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Publication Date: July 17, 2008
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, July 17, 2008


96th Year 14th Issue 50 CENTS


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Summer youth
program today
at 10 a.m.
Today, July 24, at 10 a.m.;,
the Union County Public
Library presents "Puppet.
Theater." Entertainment
lurks around the corner
'-when puppets come to town.
The prograir -will be held
on the stage inside the Lake
Butler Elementary School
cafeteria.

Attention
UCHS 1968
graduates!
A 40-year class reunion
for the Union County High
School Class of 1968 is in
the works.
Please email your contact
information to Janice
McPherson at uchsl968@
live.com or write- to her at
her at 14875 Peacock Rd.,
Chadbourn, NC 28431, or
call (910) 653-5833.

Moms meeting
set July 21
Are you a new mom or
soon-to-be mom? Come join
this group Monday, July 21,
at 6 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department for food,
fun and information
The topic this, month
will be "The Benefits of
Physical Activity." PleaseM
bring a covered dish. For
more information, call (386)
496-3211.

TOPS sets
meeting
. TOPS (Taking Off Pounds
Sensibly) will hold an open
house on Thursday, July 24,
from 6-7:30 p.m. inside the
fellowship hall at First United
Methodist Church in Lake
Butler. The church is located
across from Mercantile Bank
on Main Street. For more
information, please call
(386) 496-2107.

Notice to
parents of 7th
graders
Parents of students entering
the seventh grade should
be aware that according to
a law passed by the state
of Florida, a tetanus (TD
,booster) shot is required.
:Students will not be given
:a schedule or allowed to
,attend school until the proper
documentation is received
by the front office at Lake
Butler Middle School.
Parents can call the Union
County Health Department at
(386) 496-3211 to schedule
any school immunizations.
The health department
provides the service for
free.

LB sets special
meeting
The city of Lake Butler
will hold a special meeting
on Monday. July 21, at 5:15
p.m. for the city manager to
submit the proposed budget
to the commissioners.

Attention
voters!
Monday, July 28, will
be the absolute last day to
register to vote or to change
any voter information before
the Aug. 26 primary election.
For more information,.
contact the Union County
supervisor of elections'
Office at (386) 496-4253.


School grades


announced


UCHS falls to D
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Lake Butler Elementary
School received an A grade,
Lake Butler Middle School
a C and Union County High
School, a D. The overall grade
for the-district was a C.
How are school grades
calculated?
The Florida comprehensive
Assessment Test (FCAT) is the
primary. measure of student
achievement of the Sunshine
State Standards. Student
scores are classified into five
achievement levels, with one
being the lowest and five
being the highest. Learning
gains are also considered when
determining school grades.
Schools earn one point for
each percent of students who
score on achievement levels of
3, 4 or 5 in reading, one point
for each percent of students
who score 3, 4 or 5 in math,
and one point for each percent
of students who score 3, 4
or 5 in science. Schools earn
one point for each percent of


students scoring 3.5 or above
in writing.
Schools also earn one point
for each percent of students
who make learning gains in
reading and math. Students are
considered as making learning
gains iri one of three ways:
improving his or her FCAT
achievement level, staying
within the high levels of 3, 4
or 5, or demonstrating more
than one year's growth within
achievement levels I or 2.
In addition, schools earn
points for each percent of the
lowest performing students
who make learning gains in
reading and math from the
previous year. It takes at least
50 percent to be considered as
making adequate progress for
this group. High schools can
receive 10 bonus points if half
the juniors and seniors who
retake the 10th grade FCAT
pass.
A school loses a letter grade
if 50 percent of its bottom
quarter of students have not
made sufficient gains in reading
and/or math two ,years in a
row. However, if the school has
improved sufficiently over the
See FCAT, p. 2A


Man assaults,

robs his mother


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On July 9,. Union Count)y
Deputy Brett Handley
responded to a call regarding a
theft and battery that had taken
place in Lake Butler.
Upon arriving at the
residence, Handley said he was
advised by an elderly woman
that her son, who had already
fled the scene, had physically
attacked her and stolen her
purse containing $896 in cash
along with a tax return check
belonging to another son in the


amount of $900.
It was alleged that Karl
Brandt Lobenthal, 43. grabbed
his 71-year-old mother by the
throat and threw her across the
living room, causing her to fall
over a foot stool. When she
tried to get up. he allegedly
grabbed her again by the throat
and punched her in the face,
throwing her to the floor a
second time.
A male friend of the victim
stated he tried to intervene,
but was allegedly stuck in the
head b \ Lobenthal, causing a
See ROB, p. 3A


Man enjoys


giving back


to community


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer,
"If I could put my bed in a
junkyard, I could probably live
there. I find so many things
there that I.can turn into art, I
enjoy going through it all,'
Might not sound like your cup
of tea, but for Paolo Salvador, it
would be his idea of fun.
Salvador sees one man's
junk as his treasure. He likes
to tinker with scrap metals,
car parts; you name it, and
turn them into beautiful pieces
of art. He sees an object and
can envision it as a sculpture
or framed art, ranging from a
decorative iron candleholder to
a collection of 444 watch faces
displayed in a five-foot frame.
Salvador explained, "When
you walk along a path and
there's a branch in the way, you
push it, kick it, are bothered
by it being in the way. Me? I
see is as something I can cut a
little here, paint a little there.
and voila. it's a beautiful piece
of art."
Born and raised in Italy,
Salvador migrated to the United
States when he was 26 years
old. Knowing someone who
owned a restaurant in Boston,'
he went to work and decided he


really did love America.
"In one night, I made tips
equal to a full month's pay in
Italy," Salvador said.
Well, it was 1986, he made
$500 and it was a St. Patrick's
Day celebration.
One particularly spectacular
piece of art created by Salvador
is something he named "It's
5 o'clock Somewhere." The
name was chosen after the
song by the same' name sung
by Jimmy Buffet and Alan
Jackson.
The piece stands about four
feet high, with a clock face irin the
center, with its frame made up
of unique hand-painted designs
in vibrant colors. Salvador
cleverly placed empty Crown
Royal bottles in a variety of
sizes to resemble a timepiece.
Both fan clubs for Jackson and
Buffet have shown interest in
purchasing the piece.
Currently ir the display
window at Richard Tillis
Construction on Main Street,
is another piece of art Salvador
created in line with the Fourth
of July celebration. s
It's a more simplistic piece
in a dark wooden frame with
a hand-painted shovel and
pickaxe displaying the stars
and stripes.
See ARTIST, p. 3A.


School Grades

and FCAT Scores


The Flonri
Department of
Education has release
the school grades,
which are calculated
for each public school
in the state each year.


FCAT Test Scores

Grade Level Reading Math Writing Science
% Score % Score % Score % Score
Above 3.0 Above 3.0 Above 3.5 Above 3.0
Third 84 87
State Ave: 72 76
Fourth 76 78 93
State Ave: 70 71 77
Fifth 61 41 34
State Ave: 67 61 43
Sixth 60 46
State Ave: 63 53
Seventh 62 49
State Ave: 65 61
Eighth 48 63 92 38
State Ave: 53 67 88 40
Ninth 40 62
State Ave: 46 65
Tenth 31 70 74 '
State Ave: 38 69 78
Eleventh 31


State Ave:
The above chart compares
the percentage of
students who scored
above 3.0 (or 3.5 in the
writing test) on the FCAT
tests given this year. It \
also compares the UC
percentages to the state
percentages.


. I A ,


School Grades Released

LB Elementary: A


LB Middle: C

UC High School: D


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858 6 89076 6386 2


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FCAT:

Continued from p. 1A

two years, it will not lose the
letter grade.
Why do school grades
matter? Schools that receive
An "A" or improve at least one
letter grade from the previous
year are eligible to earn $85 per
student in school recognition
funds..
ff4w is Adequate Yearly
Progress determined?
All students in a school,
Including eight subgroups,
:_must meet certain proficiency
standards.
The subgroups are black,
white, American Indian,
Hispanic,. Asian, economically
disadvantaged, limited English
proficiency and students with
disabilities. One child may
punt in more than one category.
STo be proficient, a student must
score in the top three of five
FCAT levels.
Foir 2007-08, schools had to
Show 58 percent proficiency in
reading and 62 percent in math
rin each subgroup. In 2008-09,
the percentage will be 65 in
reading and 68 in math. Also,
95 percent of students in all
-subgroups must be tested. No
P.or F schools can meet the
federal mark.
.JCAT scores at a glance
While 84 percent of -third
graders in Union County are
reading on grade level, only 48
percent of eighth graders are.
Thai number dropped to 31
percent for 10th graders.
I Jn contrast, the Writing+
scores of 3.5 or higher for fourth
graders soared at 93 percent, 92
S. .percent in eigoth grade and 74
percent in 10 grade.
In mathematics, 87 percent
pf third graders, 63 percent of
eighth graders and 70 percent
of 10th graders passed with a
level 3 or higher.
Science FCAT scores are
rather low in the district, with
passing scores of level 3 or
above at only 34 percent for
.-fifth grade, 38 percent for
eighth grade and 31 .percent for
1 grade.
.. This past year's sophomores
are the first class raised on
the FCAT. They have taken
the test every year since 2001
beginning.with the third grade.
"In spite of the strong focus on
"-"' the FCAT, only 38 percent of


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

On June 22, Union County
Deputy Willie Lee and M.N.
Bestoso responded to a burglary
at a cabin used as a hunting
camp on NW 141 Way in Union
County.
It is alleged that someone
had entered the property and
stripped it of its copper wiring.
A back door to the cabin that
lead to a breaker box was
.unlocked, and an adjoining
door into the main part of the
cabin was missing its lock.
It was alleged that a television
was also stolen. Lee said there
were no signs of forced entry
other than the missing lock.
On July 7, the owner of'a
property on NW 79th Lane
.contacted Union County
Investigator Jerry Feltner. The
victim, stated that sometime
between June 29 and July 4,
unknown people broke into
the residence and took several
feet of copper wiring, another
roll of copper wiring, scrap
copper, several water timers-
and a saw was also alleged
to be taken from a barn on
the property. The victim stated
she was not completely sure if
*anything else had been taken,
but that the back door of the
residence was kicked in.
An investigation into the
break-in revealed that two
Lake Butler residents, Billy
Dwayne Wilkerson, 27, and
Megan Unique Howell, 21,
were allegedly stealing copper
wiring and scrapping it in
S junkyards in Lake City. On
July 8, UCSO Investigator
Feltner made contact with the
IT< suspects and brought them to
the sheriff's office.
According to the report,
Wilkerson denied any
knowledge of copper thefts and
allegedly stated that he heard
his name had been mentioned
S to authorities. According to his
report, after Feltner advised
Wilkerson he had information
that he had been scrapping
copper in Lake City, Wilkerson
began to open up about a
number of thefts he committed
with Howell. Feltner said
Wilkerson admitted he and his
girlfriend, Howell, entered the
cabin on 141 Way and removed
the copper wiring and a
television set. During Howell's
interview, she gave the same
story. The pair also a emitted
to the break-in on 79t Way,


Florida sophomores are reading
on grade level, down from the
57 percent on grade level when
they began taking the test as
third graders.
Science is the newest of the
FCAT tests. Last year was the
first time it was used in tallying
a school's grade.
Union County grades
explained...
LBES: Lake Butler
Elementary School receed a
school grade of A for the fourth
year in a row, meeting 100
percent of the required criteria.
86 percent of students
are reading at or above grade
level.
69 percent of students made
a year's worth of progress in
reading,
75 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in reading.
87 percent of students are at
or above grade level in math,
52 percent have made a
year's worth of progress in
math,
55 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in math,
94 percent met the state
standards in writing,
39 percent of the students
are at or above grade level in
science.

LBMS: Lake Butler Middle
School scored a C, just as it
did last year. From 2002-2006,
LBMS maintained a B.
64 percent of students
are reading at or above grade
level,
54 percent made a year's
worth of process in reading,
48 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in reading,
56 percent of students are at
or above grade level in math,
58 percent of students made
a year's worth of progress in
math,
54 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in math,
98 percent of students met
state standards in writing,
42 percent are at or above
grade level in science.
Black, economically
disadvantaged and students with
disabilities need improvements
in reading.
White, black and
economically disadvantaged
students need improvements in
math.


both allegedly stating that on
July 3, they removed the items
reported by the victim and also
pulled the copper wiring from
the water sprinkler system. In
her statement, Howell added
that they were kind enough
to turn off the water at the
residence. Both Wilkerson and
Howell agreed to take Feltner
and Lt. Doug York to several
locations from where they had
stolen copper.,
In addition to the above,
Wilkerson took officers to a
residence on NW 88t Place.
Wilkerson allegedly stated that
he would park his vehicle along
S.R. 100 and walk aJong the
creek and enter the backyard of
the residence where the victim
stored scrap copper wring and
old batteries. Wilkerson said
he would then take the items
back to his vehicle and leave
the area. Wilkerson stated that
a relative of the victim assisted
him during a number of thefts
at this location.
This theft had not been
previously reported to the
sheriff'soffice. Whencontacting
the victims, they stated several
thefts had occurred at their
residence. They were aware
that the suspect would come
through the woods leading to


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UBHS: UCHS is a D school,
not making adequate yearly
progress for the 2007-2008
school year after receiving a
C for the previous five school
years. -
40 percent of students
are reading at or above grade
level,
47 percent of students made
a year's worth of progress in
reading,
35 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in reading,
72 percent of students are at
or above grade level in math,
- 69 percent of students made
a year's worth of progress in
math,
56 percent of struggling
students made a year's worth of
progress in math,
80 percent-of students met
the state standards in writing,
34 percent of students
are at or above grade level in
science,
57 percent of 11Ith and
12th graders passed the FCAT
reading retake,
*72 percent of 1 Ith and 12th
graders passed the FCAT math
retake,
White, black and
economically disadvantaged
students need improvements in
reading,
Black and economically
disadvantaged students need
improvements in math.

Overall, the Union County
school district received a "'C"
grade. A total of 525 points
or more is needed for an "A"
grade, with the district receiving
just 480 points.
Why does AYP matter?
The Federal-- No Child
Left Behind Act of 2001
requires states to evaluate the
performance of all students in
all public schools in order to
determine whether schools,
school districts, and the state
have made adequate yearly
progress.
Not making adequate yearly
progress does not mean that a
school is failing. It means that
the school has not met a certain
standard for at least one group
of students. These measures
include reading, mathematics,
writing, graduation rate and
whether or not the school tested
enough students in each group.
There is no reward to schools
for making AYP except for
public recognition.


S.R. 100 and steal the copper
and batteries because they left a
trail of dropped batteries along
the way in the woods. The
victim also stated that the crime
was not reported because they
had installed cameras to try
to catch the thief. Additional
arrests are expected in relation
to this theft.
Again, Wilkerson led officers
to a residence on NW C.R. 241.
Wilkerson allegedly pointed out
a residence and stated he had
taken several pounds of copper
from the bed of a pickup truck
for sale in the victim's yard.
The victim was contacted and
stated that he did have copper
wiring stolen from the back
of a truck on his property in
December of last year. The
victim further stated that he
had approximately 150 pounds
of copper scrap from jobs he
worked and he had planned
to cash it out for Christmas
money.
Wilkerson and Howell both
stated that the pair burned and
stripped all of the copper they
stole and took it to Lake City
to sell as scrap. Feltner: said a
number of other thefts were
admitted to by the couple and a
number of victims still needed
to be located.


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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
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Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
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School district responds...


Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said he is happy
to report that Union County
Schools are still working hard.
Student achievement and
scholarships abound in 'the
district. School grades were
posted last week with Lake
Butler Elementary School
receiving an A for the fourth
straight year, Lake Butler
Middle School maintained a C
and Union County High School
received the grade of a D for
the first time, after maintaining
a C five years in a row.
Lynn ,Bishop, principal of
Lake Butler Elementary School,
said she was happy with the
continued effort put forth by
the students, staff, parents and
district-level administrators
to achieve the A grade at the
school.
"We are very proud," she
said. Bishop attributes their
success to the alignment of the
curriculum with the Sunshine
State Standards, as well as
a motivated staff who focus
on the individual needs of
students.
At Lake Butler -Middle
School, the grade of C was
maintained. This has been a
year of transition for the middle
school. A new principal, Russell
Larramore, took the helm and
charted the new course for the
school.
Larramore said. students,
teachers and staff at LBMS
worked extremely hard during
the 2007-2008 school year


Game night at
the library this
Saturday
The Junior Friends of the
Library will host Game Night
on Saturday, July 19, at the
Union County Public Library
on Main Street in Lake Butler.
The doors will be open from.
6-9 pm. Admission is $3. For
more information, call (386)
496-3432.


Howell was booked into the
Union County Jail and charged
with two counts of burglary and
two counts of grand theft'.
Wilkerson was charged.with
three counts of burglary and
four counts of grand theft.
While there, he received the
additional charge of failure to
pay child support. More charges
are expected to be added as the
investigation into the-copper
thefts continues.
Last month, Union County
officers arrested Gary Atkins
and Carolyn Hamm for breaking
into and allegedly attempting to
remove copper wiring from a
Union County residence.


to provide students with the
necessary needed skills to
perform well on the FCAT.
"As a result, wve maintained
our school grade of a C and are
diligently researching, planning
and implementing strategies
to ensure greater success for
the upcoming school year,"
Larramore said.
"We at the district office are
happy with the progress and
changes made there and wish
them continued success as they
move forward," Faulk said.
Upsetting to many, Union
County High School received
a D grade after maintaining a C
for a number of years.
Faulk said the district' may
be appealing this grade after
having more time to further
analyze the data.
The high school has
enough points to receive a C
grade, however, the students
determined to be the lowest
performing 25 percent did not
make enough growth to meet
the guideline, and, therefore,
the school was lowered a full
letter grade.
Principal Alex Nelson said
they are very disappointed that
UCHS received a D grade for
the 2007-2008 school year,
"Our students and staff felt
very confident that we would
show improvement from last
year," he said.
They have identified reading
as the school's weakness and
plan to focus efforts onto making
it their strength. Nelson said the


Tiger football
clinic July 24
A second Tiger Football
Skills Clinic will be held on
Thursday, July 24, from 9 a.m.-
12 p.m. at the UCHS practice
football field. Several former
Tiger football players now
playing on the college level
will be there to help out.


high school is recruiting highly
qualified reading teachers to
provide the expertise needed to
make the school successful.
"We are highly committed to
improve and we will not accept
any other result for next year,"
Nelson said.
Faulk noted that they are
all disappointed with the high
school's grade and he realizes
that the teachers are taking it
personally. "They shouldn't,"
he said, "and we are taking
positive steps to turn this
around."
The district .received, an
.overall grade of a C for this
" school year. Faulk said he
would like to see the district's
grades improve to a B or even
an A; however, student success
and achievement in all areas of
the curriculum are of primary
importance to him.
In regard to this statement,
he noted that 30 of 70 students
who applied for the Bright
Futures Scholarship received
an award.
"This means that 43
percent of the graduating
seniors will receive financial
assistance while pursing their
college degrees, and these
numbers do not include other
private, academic and athletic
scholarships that our students
have received," he said.
Faulk said he is please with
the performance of the students
in the district and looks forward
to their future growth and
development next year.

The cost will be $10 for
those who participated in the
first clinic and $20 for new
participants.
Registration will begin at
the field at 8:30 a.m. Only
cash or money orders will be
accepted. Please do not send
your child with a check. For
more information, contact
Coach Andrew Zow at (386)
496-2569.


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Invitational Camp
A baseball camp for children ages 6-18 will be
held at the O.J. Phillips Recreation Complex from
0 Thursday, July 31, to Sunday, Aug. 3. Camp
S : times will be from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday
'" through Saturday and from 1:30-5 p.m. on
& tSunday.
. The camp will include instruction on hitting,
i ~p pitching, throwing and fielding. Don't miss out
on ithe fun and games, including a home run
\' : ,derby...
S Campery.will receive an official T-
shirt.aifindividual awards and prizes.
Sin ch will be provided Thursday
: through Saturlay. Cost is $100 per child
if the child pre-registers or $125 per
child if the child registers on the first.
day of dithe camp.
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The window front display at Richard Tillis Construction is changed each month. This month, Paolo Salvador displays his Americana art on the
left and Dale Tillis decorated the window on the right.


ARTIST:
Continued from p. 1A

"We take America for
granted," Salvador said, "but
it was built by the hard work
of the forefathers using a
shovel and pick axe." Anyone
riding through downtown Lake
Butler has undoubtedly noticed
the window front displays at
Richard Tillis Construction.
Dale Tillis said she enjoys
decorating the windows and
changes them at least once
a month, usually fitting the
display to a holiday theme.
Salvador said he was happy to
be asked to join in and display
some of his art pieces in one of
the windows.
The windows have an
Independence Day theme this
month, and next month she
is looking to have a "back to
school" window and a "dog'
days of summer" display.
window. "I really love what
Paolo does and would happily
display appropriate works of


art from other local artists,
too." Dale said.
Salvador said that a number
of his sculptures have been
purchased in the past and he
happily sells to anyone making
a good offer. It all got started
when he first moved to Florida
and everyone told him he
needed to play golf. It's the
thing to do in Florida, right?
"I tried and tried," Salvador
said. "I had 47 golf clubs that
were given to me by others and
I tried every one of them. but
golf was not for me."
However, he found that he
could paint the golf clubs, turn
them upside down in a vase and
it made for a beautiful flower
arrangement. Arizona Golf
Clubs purchased the piece.
Other sculptures and pieces of
art created by Salvador have
been purchased by business
owners and are on display in
yachts and restaurants in New
, York and Ft. Lauderdale.
Many' have suggested he
create his art and sell it for a
living, but Salvador laughed as
he said, "If I could concentrate
on just one thing, I could master


it, but I can't do it. I use my
art as a way of relaxing, as a
hobby."
Still. he has other ways of
using his artistic abilities. As
a land developer with Appling
Land and Timber and Branley
Land and Timber. Salvador
turned more than 4.000
acres of land into a huge real
estate development project in
Waynesville. Ga. where single-
family homes now stand.
In addition to his land
developing, artwork. jewelry
designing and farm animals,
Salvador is also. the proud
owner of 11 accordions, an
instrument he loves to play.
According to those who have
heard him play it. he's really
good at it.
Salvador relocated to Lake
Butler just a few years ago and
said he really loves the city
because it is mostly a friendly.
close-knit community with a
lot of nice people.
"Where else could I actually
say I live in the city and still
raise farm animals in my yard?"


he asked.
He did say there were a few
people who don't really know
him that were not so friendly.
Maybe it's the strong accent
he speaks with or just the mere
fact he's from Italy-or both-
but it was said by some they
didn't want his kind here and
gossiped that he was a member
of the Italian mafia.
"Is that not ridiculous?" he
asked. "Me in the mafia living
in Lake Butler."
Salvador joined the Lake
Butler Rotary Club shortly after
moving here and he was given
opportunity to learn about
many programs and people in
the community.
Wanting to show his
appreciation for the community.
he once felt it in his heart
to purchase several computers
from local merchant Custom
Computer Services that, as a
Rotarian. he donated as home
computers for school children.
Many years ago as a student
in Italy. he was touched b\
a member of the Lions Club
who gave him a much-needed


typewriter. It made a lasting
impression on him.
"There are kids in school
here who maybe have good
grades, but no computers to
do their work at home. This is
a way to help them continue
with good grades-to make it a
little better for them," Salvador
said.
His generosity didn't stop
there. Union County Public
Library Director Mary Brown
said that one year during the
annual Toys For Kids collection
(now known as the Big Red
Christmas Drive), Salvador
arrived at the library with 14
brand nelw bicycles he bought
for children.
"That's just the way you do
things to help others if you
can." Salvador said. "I don't
think any of the kids know
it was me giving them their
computers or bicycles, and I
don't even know who received
them. But maybe one day I'll
meet one of them and they
will tell me how it made an
impression on their life, just
like someone did for me," he
said.


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Horsin' Around
The educational program,
Horsin' Around, for youths
and adults will be held on
Thursday, July 31, from 6-
9:30 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Equestrian Center located at
13611 Normandy' Blvd. To
receive further information or
RSVP. contact Brad Burbaugh
at (904) 381-4689.

City of Lake
Butler upgrades
Web site
The city of Lake Butler has
made many upgrades to its Web
site. You can visit the site and
leave site suggestions at www.
cityoflakebutler.org.
God's Love & Healing
Ministry would like to invite
everyone toattend its conference
"The Cost of Change" Friday,
July 25 Sunday. July 27.


Some people see things that
are and ask, Why? Some
people dream of things that
never were and ask, Why
not? Some people have to go
to work and don't have time
for all that ...
George Carlin
4*444


A lie gets halfway around.
the world before the truth
has a chance to get its pants
on. Winston Churchill


ROB:
Continued from p. 1A
small laceration. Handle said
the female victim received
numerous scratches and bruising
about her neck and arms and
was transported to the hospital
for further examination.
Lt. Doug York alerted
surrounding news media outlets
to be on the lookout for the
suspect. Soon after the suspect's
picture was publicized on
television news channels, a tip
led Union County officers to a
location in LaCrosse. Lobenthal
was spotted there the next day
and Union County officers
called the Alachua County
authorities for assistance in
making an arrest.
Lobenthal was captured and
taken to the Alachua County
Jail and later transported to
the Union 'County Jail. He
was charged with two counts
of felony battery to victims
over the age of 65 and two
counts of felony grand theft.
In addition. Lobenthal also had
two outstanding Union County'
warrants for failures to appear.


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reasons are necessary.
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Thoughts are but dreams till their effects be tried.
William Shakespeare



Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes,
our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot
alter the state of facts and evidence.
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"And Make Your Vote Count"

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Commissioner District 3.


To accomplish great things we must not only act but also
dream, not only plan but also believe.
Anatole

We must stop talking about the American dream and start
listening to the dreams of Americans.
Max Beerbohm
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The Lake Butler Rotary Club
would like to thank the
S contributors who took part in
making the annual 4th of July
Celebration a success.

POWELL & JONES CPA'S
STAN WILKINSON, INC.
CHIMNEY SWEEPS OF AMERICA, LLC
CENTRAL BUILDER SUPPLIES
BARFIELD GROUP, LLC
SNIFFEN LAW FIRM, PA
LYONS AND LYONS
FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT
UNION COUNTY BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
CARLTON FAULK
CONSTANGY, BROOKS & SMITH,-LLC
SPENCE SUPPLY COMPANY
NORMAN STEPHENSON
CLEMONS RUTHERFORD & ASSOCIATES INC
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
SPIRES IGA
BUTLER TOWNHOMES LLC
RUSSELL A. WADE III, P.A.
MERCANTILE BANK
T & T AUTO SALES
COMMUNITY STATE BANK
TOM JENKINS ELECTRIC
SECUR-TEL INC.
CLEMONS RUTHERFORD & ASSOCIATES INC (2nd check)
ANNA TUCKER DBA IMAGINE NATION BOOKS
SHEFFIELD PEST CONTROL, INC/SHEFFIELD PORTABLE BLDG
ROBERTS INSURANCE OF LAKE BUTLER
PEOPLES STATE BANK
ROBERTS LAND & TIMBER
UNION POWER & EQUIPMENT
LONNIE NORMAN
SWIFT CREEK REALTY & INVESTMENT CORP
DRMP'
RICHARD 0. TILLIS CONTRACTING, INC.
WILSON HEATING & AIR, INC.
LEE'S CUSTOM AUTOMOTIVE
UNION COUNTY TIMES AND JOHN MILLER
UNION COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE AND EMPLOYEES
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER AND EMPLOYEES
MIKE BANKS AND THE LAKE BUTLER
VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT


July 17,


Officers

receive

training

related to

Alzheimer's

victims

Every law enforcement
officer in Union County recently
received training on responding
to persons with Alzheimer's
disease. The Union County
Sheriff's Office is one of the
first law, enforcement offices
in North Florida to receive this
training.
The two-day training
was approved by the
Florida Department of Law
Enforcement and presented by
the north Florida chapter of
the Alzheimer's Association.
Training consisted of ways
to respond to those suffering
with Alzheimer's disease or
dementia, search and rescue
strategies for wanderers,
problems officers may
encounter and communication
techniques.
Alzheimer's disease is a
brain disorder named after
the German physician Alois
Alzheimer, who first described
it in 1906. The disease is a
progressive, irreversible
disease that attacks brain
cells and results in impaired
memory, thinking and behavior.
Symptoms include confusion
and memory loss. Alzheimer's
is the most common cause
of dementia and is the sixth-
leading cause of death in the
United States.
Approximately 4.5 million
Americans have Alzheimer's,
including more than 450,000
Floridians. The number of those
with the disease will increase
drastically in the next decade.
"With our growing elderly
population, we were glad to
partner with the Alzheimer's
Association to help protect those
suffering with Alzheimer's
disease or dementia, as well
as their families," said Lt.
Lyn Williams with the Union
County Sheriff's Office.
If you need more information
about Alzheimer's disease,
please call 1(800) 272-3900.


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Rash of mail box vandalism


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
The Union County Sheriff's
Office is investigating
numerous reports of vandalism
to mailboxes throughout Union
County and the city of Lake
Butler. This crime occurred
sometime Monday night, July
14, or Tuesday morning, July
15.
"Mailboxes are considered
federal property, and federal
law (Title 18, United States
Code, Section 1705), makes
it a crime to vandalize them
(and to injure, deface or destroy
any mail deposited in them).
Violators can be fined up to
$250,000 or imprisonment for
up to three years for each act of
vandalism.
Actions you can take to
help prevent the vandalizing
or destruction of your mailbox


and any mail that may be inside
it:
Immediately report theft,
tampering with, or destruction
of mail and mailboxes to the
Union County Sheriff's Office
at (386) 496-2501 and your
local postmaster. A complaint
may be filed with the United
States Postal Inspection Service
at (877) 876-2455.
If you discover someone
tampering with your mailbox
or that of a neighbor, obtain
that person's description
and that of their vehicle,
including the license plate
number. Immediately report
the information to the Union
County Sheriff's Office.
Pick up a warning sticker
(Label 33) from the Union
County Sheriff's Office that
can be attached to your mailbox
warning potential vandals.
"This is our second major


incident of mailbox vandalism.
We encourage all residents
to stay alert to mailbox
vandalisms and report any
suspicious activities. We take
this crime, just like all crime,
very seriously," said Sheriff
Jerry Whitehead.
Lt. Lyn Williams added that
the sheriff's office is actively
working to catch those involved
in this criminal mischief and
vandalism.
A reward will be offered
leading to information on the
suspects) of this crime.
If you have any information
that might assist in this
investigation, please contact Lt.
Doug York at (386) 496-2501.
If you would like to remain
anonymous, you can contact
First -Coast Crime Stoppers at
(866) 845-TIPS (8477) and you
may be entitled to rewards up
to $1,000 for your information.


Benefit Yard Sal(
Debbie Richard was diagnosed with an advanced stage of
cancer and the funds from this sale will help her with
medical bills and living expenses

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At Cason's first public meeting with his fellow board members on July 14, he nominated Jimmy Beasley to serVe v
as the city's mayor. Beasley, in turn, nominated Cason as the city's vice mayor. Both were unanimously voted into"
their seats by the board. In this photo, former city Mayor Brantley Crawford hands the gavel over to new Mayor
Jimmy Beasley. The city of Lake Butler commissioners are (I-r) Cason, City Manager John Berchtold, Fletcher
Myers, Beasley, Ray Crawford and Brantley Crawford.


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Sat. 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
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Farmer's
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Saturday
The Union County Farmers
Market is open on Saturday
mornings from 8 a.m. to noon.
The market is located on C.R.
231 next to Jackson's Building
Supply and across from Spires
IGA.
Union County Extension
Director Jacque Breman
reported that there has been
a great turn out of customers
supporting their local farmers
at the market this season. They
were especially busy during the
most recent holiday weekend,
with vendors selling out of
their wares.
Right now, okra and peas
of all sorts are increasing in
volume in addition to potatoes,
squash, tomatoes (plum, round,
cherry) and a variety of other
locally grown produce.


Happy shoppers
helped vendors sell out
of their produce at the
most recent farmer's
market. Come out and
take a look at the farm-
fresh produce each
Saturday.


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)ny rides for the kids (for a
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or a donation) will also be
available.

nations for the yard sale will be
tefully accepted. Please, callKori
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Sydney Box made the rubber meet the road as she
pushed her trike around the course.


I'Tger's Den Daycare was rolling around all over the place in an effort to raise money
-- to help sick children through St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. The Trike-a-
, thon saw all types of diminutive participants giving their all to help children less
g fortunate than themselves. In this photo, Elijah Griffis pushes his wheels while
s" Brielle Trent and Caru Trent develop a style of their own.


.' Major Gaffney and Eli Hendricks get a friendly little race going during the fundraiser.


ySomehow I can't believe that
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who knows the secrets of
making dreams come true. ;
This special secret, it seems .
to me, can be summarized
- in four Cs. They are
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courage, and constancy,
and the greatest of all Is .
- confidence. When you
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it all the way, implicitly and '
S uiunquestionable.
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done with it. You have
done what you could. Some
Blunders and absurdities
no doubt crept in; forget
them as soon as you can.
Tomorrow is a new day;
begin it well and serenely
and with too high a spirit to
be encumbered with your
old nonsense.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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LEGAL NOTICES


TAX DEED# 63 -2008-TD-0001
Notice of Application for
Tax Deed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Rebecca M. Bryant;' the holder of
the following certificate has filed
said certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed
are as follows:
CERTIFICATE: #271
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2006
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
18-05-21-26-003-0020-0
Lot Two (2) and Lot Thirteen (13),
in Block 3, according to resurvey of
Raiford, Florida, by Harry
Armstrong Anthony, dated
December 11,1938, located in the
West one-half (W 1/2) of the
Southeast one-quarter (SE 1/4) of
the Northeast one-quarter (NE 1/4)
of Section 18, Township 5, South,
Range 21 East, Union County,
Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Ann Altman Alford
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida-Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law, the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in fhe
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M.,
the 24th day of July, 2008.
Dated this 17'" day of June, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding
should contact (386) 496-3711.
6/26 4tchg 7/17

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2008-CP-0016
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: The Estate of
JAMES BERNARD COOKE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
James Bernard Cooke, deceased,
whose date of death was February
19, 2008, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, Case Number 63-
2008-CP-0016, and the address of
which is 55 W. Main Street, Lake
Butler, FL 32054.
The name and address of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims
on whom a copy of this notice is
served within three months after
the date of the first publication of
this notice, must file their claim with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF


THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF. SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims
must file their claim with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE,
ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIMS FILED TWO YEARS
OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DEATH IS
BARRED.
Publication of this Notice has
begun on July 10, 2008..
Personal Representative
LESLIE COOKE SNYDER
15404 SW 1501" Loop
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Personal
Representative
WAYNE CARROLL
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
(352) 473-9401
FBN: 133454
7/10 2tchg 7/17
ORDINANCE 08-4.
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 88-3, and
WHEREAS, it is necessary to fund
the Union County Special Library
District by 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
August 28, 2008, the following:
For the continued funding of
the Union County Special Library
District by taxation of up to one-half
(1/2) mill of ad valorem taxes.
Against the continued funding
of the Union County Special Library
District of taxation of up to one-half
(1/2) mill ad valorem taxes.
B. The Clerk of the Board of
County Commissioners is hereby
directed to forward a certified true
copy of this Ordinance to the.Union
County Supervisor of Elections


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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 Union County
Special District, then, in that event,
the funding of the Union County
Special Library District for fiscal
years October 1, 2009 through
September 30, 2001, 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 valoremr taxes on all real
-and tangible, taxable property
within the boundaries of Union
County Special Library District,
shall be used solely for the
purpose of construction, operating
and maintaining the 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 the ad
valorem tax shall be levied and
collected in the manner provided
for the levy and collection of the
County ad valorem taxes. The
Union County Board of County
Commissioners 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.court,in.and for
. Union County, Florida, .whb .shall
be the- Ex-Officio Clerk and
Treasurer for the Union County
Special Library District.
SECTION 5. REIMBURSEMENT
FOR FUNDS FOR ADMINI-
STRATIVE ASSISTANCE BY
COUNTY OFFICERS
All cost and expenses incurred by
a Constitutional Officer of Union
County, Florida, in performing any
of the provisions 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. SEVERABILITY
It is declared to be the intent of the
Board of 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
unconstitutional shall not be
construed as to render invalid or
unconstitutional the remaining
provisions of this Ordinance.
SECTION 8. EFFECTIVE DATE
This Ordinance shall become
effective by law.
ADOPTED and APPROVED by
The Board of County
Commissioners, Union County,
Florida, this 16h" day of June, 2008.
Attest: M. Wayne Smith, chairman.
Regina H. Parrish, Clerk of Court
7/17 2tchg 7/31
IN THE CIRCUIT
COURT OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 08-CA-0056
MERCANTILE BANK, etc.,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
SHARI PREVATT, Deceased, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION-
PROPERTY
TO: Shari Prevatt, Deceased
Unknown Heirs
Unknown Beneficiaries
Addresses Unknown
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that an action to foreclose a
mortgage on the following property
in Union County, Florida:
The NW1/4 of Lot 2, Block 8, J.W.
Townsends Addition, according to
the map or plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 1 at Page 8 of the Public
Records of Union County, Florida.
The street address of which is 415
SE 6' Avenue, Lake Butler, Florida
32054
has been filed against you, and you
are required to serve copy of
your written defenses, i1 any to it,
on Plaintiff's attorney, whose name
and address is J. Andrew Baldwin,
THE SOLOMON LAW GROUP,
P.A., 1881 West Kennedy
Boulevard, Tampa, Florida 33606,
and file the original with the Clerk
of the above-styled Court. on or
before August 18, 2008, an answer
must be filed or you will be
defaulted and a judgment may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS my hanndand seal of this
Court on July 14, 2008.
Clerk of the Circuit Coun'
By Julia Croft. Deputy Clurk
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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


Guardsmen travel to Starke for motorcycle training
BYr CLIFF SMELLY or on Guard sites undergoing Starke, taking tests and riding-- Burke Breneman said. become riding coaches. Chief Warrant Officer 3
Telegraph Staff Writer training, motorcycles as part of a rider What the. attendees were Breneman' said the Guard Mike Starnes, state safety
Safety is of utmost The concern, though, does coach preparation course. learning was really nothing attempts to make sure its manager for.the Florida Army
imp6TSaf ce-t.as far as the not end when Guardsmen are "It's getting these guys new. Instead, what they were soldiers deployed overseas are National Guard, said. all
-..- ., -A not on uniform That's why 12 ready to go home and teach learning was how to as safe as they can be. This, he branches of military service


F-lorida Army iNauna juimu
is concerned, whether its
,soldiers are deployed overseas


Area theater
group
presents 'The
Magic Bubble'
Grab your whole family and
hitch a ride in "The Magic
Bubble," a musical adventure
written by Jack Stella, directed
by Karyn -Merritt and
performed by the Lake Region
Community Theatre.
"The Magic Bubble" will be
performed at the Lake Region
Community Theatre home, at
218 S. Walnut St. in Starke.
Performances are scheduled'
'for 7 p.m. on July 25-26 and
Aug. 1-2 and 2 p.m. July 27
and Aug. 3.
Rachel Rensberger and
Austin Winkler will perform in
the roles of Samantha and
Image, respectively, while
other cast members are April
Wood, Elizabeth Weaver,
Caleb Eades, Kamila Reyes,
,Shelby Wilkison, Nicole
1Miller, Lauren Hovsepian,
1Bethany Bryan, Brooklyn
Crawford, Alex Lazic, Julia
Sorano, Emily Weaver, Laura
Dayle Sikes, Alyssa Sorano,
Nolan Freeman and Hannah
-'Rugh Eades.
-' Tickets are $12 .for adults
and $10 for children 12 and
under. They may be purchased
at the door upon availability
"(the box office opens one hour
'before curtain time), but
"advance reservations are
strongly suggested. For
reservations, call (352) 226-
4082 (major credit cards
accepted).
.. The Lake Region
Community Theatre is a
nonprofit organization, formed
Sto promote the arts in the area.

Bradford 4-H
auction is set
for July 25
The Bradford County 4-H
Foundation's annual
fundraising auction will be
held Friday, July 25, at 6:30
p.m. at the Florida National
Guard armory on Edwards
Road in Starke.
A grilled chicken dinner,
provided by Western Steer
Family Steakhouse, will be
held prior to the event at 6
.m. Tickets are $6 and
available for purchase at the
Bradford County Cooperative
Extension Office through
Friday, July 18.
Proceeds from this year's
auction will be used to.pay for
upcoming activities and
events. The 4-H Foundation
pays for 4-H members to
attend camps and out-of-
county-events, project
materials and awards.
This past year, the
foundation provided full and
partial scholarships for
Members to attend State 4-H
Congress, Camp Cherry Lake,
lOestock judging
competitions, shooting sports
competitions and many other
activities. Also, 4-H leaders
were provided with
opportunities to attend district,
state and regional training
sessions, while teens were able
to attend district and state
leadership retreats, where they
developed leadership and
citizenship skills.
.Last year's auction-along
With dinner sales and a
coinciding silent auction-
raised approximately $9,000.
More than 100 items and
packages were auctioned off
last year. As is the case every
year, attendees were presented
with a wide variety of items to
bid on, such as gift baskets
from local businesses, pet care
Skits, fireworks, hay, Case
knives-and-desserts made by 4-
H members.
If you are interested in
donating an item to this year's
event, or would like more
information, please call the
Bradford County Cooperative
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224.
The 4-H program is a part of
the University of Florida
Cooperative Extension
Service.


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in the state spent a week in


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Barbara McRae Brown, Pat Morgan Lynch, Elaine
Murray, Kay Colson Waters, Carolyn Meng Haast,
Patsy Hitchcock Bowen, Marilyn Bollinger, Wayne
Gunter and Ernestine Lester Swearingen. Second
row: Stephen Smith, Dan Daugherty, Julie Temples
Miller (teacher), David Williams, Wilbur Waters,
J.Roy Chasteen, Jackie Smith Sheets, Beverly


McRae Shaw, Karen Patz Kesler, Joyce Denmark
Sanderson, Sandra Register Bach, Betty Jo Sapp
Sloan and Lloyd Bryan. Third row: Steve Cubbedge,
Mike Smith, Gary Johns, Kathy Frees Whitehead,
David Penoyer, Ronnie Kirkland, Randy Jones,
Edward Loper, Dan Waller, Bonnie Rosier Johns,
John Warren, Charles Coleman, Bruce Jackson,
Pete Fancher and Mike Jackson.


At Louise's side were her nephew John Sutton and
his wife, Joyce.

Sutton celebrates 97th


Louise Sutton, bom July
15, 1911, celebrated her 975"
birthday Tuesday at Parkside
Assisted Living in Starke:
At her side were her niece
"'Joyce Sutton and her nephew,


John M. Sutton.
Ms. Sutton is able to get
around well and was excited
over the cake, ice cream and
gifts received as well as her
friends and family.


graduates
Navy OCS
Daniel R. Traylor, son of Dale
and Paula Traylor of Starke,
graduated from the U.S. Navy
Officer Candidate School in
Newport, R.I., June 20, 2008. He


Sgt. Robert Kennedy

Kennedy on
15-month
tour in Iraq
Army Staff Sgt. Robert J.
Kennedy is currently deployed
as a member of Task Force
Marne, one of mere than
20,000 soldiers from the Fort
Stewart, Ga., based Third
Infantry Division and elements
of the 101st Airborne Division
.from Fort Campbell, Ky.
Kennedy is serving a 15-month
tour in support of Operation
rlraqi Freedom.
With more than 53. patrol
bases within their area of
operation, the task force has
made significant strides in
enhancing security in the
-region. Since the arrival of the
task force more than a year
ago, violence in the region has
been reduced by more than 75
percent.
The decrease in violence has
" allowed the task force to focus
on rebuilding efforts, including
local governance and
economic development, along
with medical treatment
,missions, providing fresh
drinking water, working with
local security forces and
volunteers to provide a broad
blanket of stability to the
region.
Kennedy, a command group
communications supervisor
and signal support systems
specialist, is assigned to 3rd
Signal Company, Special
Troops Battalion, 3rd Infantry
Division. His home station is
Fort Stewart. He has served in
the military for 16 years.
Kennedy is the son of Lori
O'Steen of Brooker and is
married to Dawn Hamilton.
The staff sergeant graduated in
1991 from Bradford High
School.
So much to do, so little
done, such things to
be.
Lord Alfred Tennyson
1809-1892, British Poet.


BHS Class of
1968 holds
reunion
The 1968 Class of Bradford
County High School
celebrated its 40&" class reunion
at the Hampton Bed and
Breakfast Saturday, June 14.
2008.
A luau theme \\as carried
out with the classmates being
given leis upon arrival.
Appetizers were served on the
deck with the tables skirted
with grass skirts, colorful
cloths and each holding an
assortment of delicious
appetizers.
Classmates enjoyed a buffet
under a. lighted tent by the


now has earned the rank of
Ensien. Stationed at NAS
Pensacola. he will train to be a
Na\ al flight officer.
Travlor is a 2002 graduate of
Bradford High School and a 2007
graduate of the Universit\ of
Florida.
Ensign l'ra\ Ior's maternal
grandparents are Michael and
Marjorie Dobbhs of Raiford.
Paternal grandfather is Robert
Tra\ forof lai te\.


Golf
tournament
to benefit
BHS football
A best-ball, four-man team
golf tournament will be held
Aug. 1 at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. with proceeds
benefiting the Bradford High
School football program.
The cost to enter the
tournament, which \\ill begin
at 8 a.m., is $160 per team.
Informational fliers will be
made available at the Starke
Golf and Country Club or the
front office at Bradford High
School.
The deadline to enter is July
25.


lake. Round tables, each with a
brightly colored tablecloth and
holding large vases of orchids
in water, candles and seashells
put everyone in a tropical
mood.
Randy Jones and Kay
Colson Waters were emcees
for the evening. Faith Mayton.
w idow of Andy Mayton, was
the special guest. Former
teacher. Julie Temples Miller.
was also recognized. Miller's
first teaching job was at BHS
when the classmates were
seniors and some funny stories
were told about what was done
to her that first year.
A glass memorial, with
etched names of the classmates
-who had passed away, was
made by Bonnie Rosier Johns.
During the. evening, door


For more' information.
please call John R\an Tillman
at (904) 364-8512.

For a man to achieve
all that is demanded of
him he must regard
himself as greater than
he is.
Johann Wolfgang Von
Goethe 1749-1832,
German Poet,
Dramatist, Novelist.


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dinner., music from the '60s
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expressed they had a
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Jennifer Ann Rhoden
Shawn Michael Gibson


Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rutherford


Warren, Rutherford are wed


Jessicar Ann Warren of
Starke and Jason "Todd"
Rutherford of Hawthorne were
joined in matrimony Saturday,
.June 7, 2008 in Madison Street
Baptist Church. with the Dr.
Chad Everson and the Rev.
Charles Warren officiating.
The bride, given in marriage
by her father, is the daughter
of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles ,
Warren of Starke. The groom
is the son of Joe and Beth
Rutherford of Hawthorne.
The bride wore an off-the-
shoulder Oleg Cassini gowrn
made of champagne chiffon,
layered with workings of beads
throughout with a beaded
bodice top. Maid of honor was
Kasey Warren and bridesmaids
were Brittanee Green, Chelsea
: Blalock, Kellie Rutherford,
and Emma Theus. The maid of
honor and bridesmaids wore
tea-length olive-colored taffeta
dresses and they carried long-
stem lilies. Flower girl was
Hadley Woodall who was
dressed similar.to the bride.
The groom was dressed in a
black Calvin Klein tuxedo with


Chambers,
Philmon to wed
July 29
James and Annette Philmon
of Jena, Florida and Joyce
Chambers and the late Bill
Chambers of Lake Butler join
together to annQunce the
wedding of their children
Suzanne Michele and Joseph
Wayne to be held Saturday,
July 29, 2008, at 6 p.m. at the
Steinhatchee Community
Center.
All family and friends are
invited to attend.

A man may fulfill the
object of his existence
by asking a question
he cannot answer, and
attempting a task he
cannot achieve.
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Author, Wit, Poet.
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champagne-colored vest. Best
man was Ken Jernigan.
Gro'omsmen were Joe
Rutherford, Derek Browning,
Casey Dopson, Kyle
McSweeney. All attendants of
the groom were dressed in
black Calvin Klein tuxedoes
with olive-colored vests. Ring
bearer was Caleb Everson.
Kenny Holton performed
nuptial music on the piano.
accompanied by soloist, Taylor
Mains.
A reception was held in the
Madison Street Baptist Church
Family Life Center. The
Shedding cake was a three-tier
off-white vanilla cake
decorated by Sue Tilley. The
groom's cake was a three-tier
stack of Sweet Sixteen
doughnuts.
Following a cruise to the
Bahamas, the couple will
reside in Starke.
The bride is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed by Shands Hospital.
The groom is a graduate of
Central Christian Academy
and is employed by Miller
, Electric. Both the bride and
groom are members of
Madison Street Baptist
Church.


Rhoden,
Gibson
to wed
Barbara and James Rhoden
of Starke and Terry and Ruth
Gibson of Lake Butler
announce the engagement and
upcoming marriage of their
daughter and son, Jennifer Ann
Rhoden and Shawn Michael
Gibson, both of Starke.,
The wedding is set for
Saturday, Aug. 2, 2008, at 4
p.m. in Heilbron Springs
Baptist Church. A reception
will follow.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
and Heilbron Springs Baptist
Church.
The groom-elect is a 2002
graduate of Union County
High School and is employed
by Superior. "
All friends and family
members of the couple are
invited to attend.




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having things done
quickly. Do not look at
small advantages.
Desire to have things
done quickly prevents
their being done
thoroughly. Looking at
small advantages
prevents great affairs
from being
accomplished.
Confucius


Adrienne Lucllle Scheu

Adrienne
Lucille Sheu
Daniel and Latasha Sheu of
Anchorage, Alaska, proudly
announce the birth of their
daughter, Adrienne Lucille
Sheu, born Monday, July 7,
2008, weighing 8 lbs. 7 ounces
and was 211/4" in length.
Paternal grandparents are
Tony and Barbara Campbell of
Tampa and Dan and Lisa Sheu
of Gainesville. Paternal great
grandparents are Henry
Brunson of Melrose, Virginia
McCullers of Richmond, Va.
and Bill and Adrienne Scheu
of Gainesville. Paternal great-
great-grandmother is Ann
Johnson of Richmond, Va.
Maternal grandparents are
Bobby and Ollie Hagan of
Jasper, Ga. Maternal great
grandparents are Shirley
Roberts of Conyers, Ga.

Ayla Salyce
Hawkins
Brian and Jolene Hawkins of
Fort White are proud to
announce the birth of their
daughter, Ayla Salyce
Hawkins, on Thursday, March
27, 2008. She was born at 2:19
p.m. at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
and weighed 6 lbs. 6 ounces
and measured 19" long.
Her paternal grandparents
are Huey and Gwen Hawkins
of Fort White; maternal
grandparents are Aaron and
Joyce Traver of Lake Butler
and paternal great-
grandparents are Eathan and
Voncille Porter of Fort White.
Ayla joins her 4-year-old
brother Hayden Hawkins.


Mr. & Mrs. John Schmidt

Schmidts
Celebrate 50th
Anniversary
John and Vema Schmidt
were married June 21, 1958 at
St. Paul's United Methodist
Church in East St. Louis,
Illinois. Their marital bliss
was interrupted by four
children, Todd, Cana, Dirk, and
Shaun, who, of course, have


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couple was pleased when all
four children married and
moved out. Once again,
marital bliss. Their children
.have blessed the couple with
seven grandchildren.
To celebrate their 50"'
anniversary, John and Vema,
along: with their children and
their families, took a
Caribbean cruise on the
Carnival Inspiration to Grand
Cayman and Cozumel,.
Mexico.
PAID ANNOUNCEMENT

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Tuesday, July 15.
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p.m. until 8 p.m.


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0 Thanks are also owed to
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being on hand to ensure the
safety of everyone in
Thursday, July 17, 2008 Page 4B attendance during the event.
._Again, I thank all those who
participated and supported the
recent Lawtey Political Rally.
Your help and assistance made
Sfor a great event!


The Bradford County Commission
.will be holding a meeting tonight,
Thursday, July 17, at 6:30 p.m. in the
county commission room at the
Bradford County Courthouse, in order
to discuss and vote on a zoning issue
that deals with the .land across U.S.
301 from the Wal-Mart complex.
The intended use for the property
would be commercial, probably nice
dress shops, furniture stores, shoe
stores, etc. This would offer area
residents the opportunity to do more
of their shopping locally and keep
their hard-earned dollars at work in
their own community-and save
money on gas while doing so.
The real truth of the matter is that
the county and city need the additional
revenue that would be generated from
the seven-percent sales tax that would
be earned by those new businesses.
That added revenuewould help pay for
,services' provided by the county and.
city to their residents.
The downside is that the residential
community now located in that area
would be forced to relocate. When
their property is purchased, they will
receive a price greater than
comparable houses located elsewhere


in the community. The noise and the
traffic currently created by the Wal-
Mart center is already a detriment to
their quality of life.
The city and county commissions, in
approving the zoning change for the
Wal-Mart center, created this issue.
The Florida Department of
Transportation, in approving the
traffic light now located at the
entrance of the Wal-Mart center,
sealed the fate of the property owners
onthe other side of U.S. 301-the land
will become commercial, if not now,
then in the future.
The county commission needs to go
ahead and step up to the plate and
make a decision that accepts the
inevitable. They need to finish the job
that was started by those earlier
decisions and make the area
commercial. Let's give the voters an
opportunity to shop at our stores in
our community. Let's give the local
governments the sales tax revenue that
would otherwise find its way to
Gainesville or Orange Park. Expand
the local business offerings and keep
local shoppers spending their money
locally.
John Miller, Publisher


David Stegall
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Committee
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officer!
Dear Editor:
Late Saturday night my car
broke down on C.R. 225 and I
had to leave it there on the
side of the road until I could
tow it the next day.
At midnight I got a phone
call from The Bradford County
Sheriffs Office asking about
the car. They informed me that
someone had vandalized the
car, busted out the window
and stolen the stereo. When
I arrived, Bradford County
Deputy Bivins was very
helpful and assisted me in
every way possible. He helped
me get the car to a nearby
neighbor's house who
had reported the incident.

I would like to say a special
thanks to Deputy Bivins for
his _professional, personal and
considerate assistance. I would
-also.-like to- thank the- nice
couple- who reported the
incident and let me keep the


vehicle at their home from. 12-4;and fumes in the air.
overnight. ..- And what is the benefit for
Chris Meng and Family the citizens of Union County
to justify. this unanimous vote
Rea eby the commission? Would
CeaUd I you believe a mere 12 to 24
questions jobs and a slight decrease in
our taxes? To me this appears
decision so lopsided against the citizens
Dear Editor: of Union County that I'm
Dear Editor: amazed there hasn't been a
I like riding down C.R. 121. amazed thereation.
It's a long run between lic reaction.
It's a long run between It appears that the point has
Macclenny and Gainesville, been reached where it's more
with only two stop lights in profitable for Plum Creek,
Lake Butler to slow you down. which owns 53 percent of the
You can set your speed and i w ons Cntyoft
relax, and even the occasional land in Union County, to start
trucks (Publix, WalMart and developing tthe land rather than
Dollar Gedon't impedare the would they be planning to
regulars) don't impede the develop 3,681 acres over on
flow. The easy driving we the forested side of the lake in
have here would be an
unheard-of luxury where I Lake Butler? This was
come from in Orlando. There, reported in the Union County
you can drive in any direction Times as a 20-year project,
out of the city and you can't with time-phased plots of 200-
out of the city and you can't 300 acres being turned into
escape endless traffic lights acres being turned into
and slow-downs (just inching housing and commercial sites.
along). You can be born and Three thousand, six hundred
die there and never have a nice and eighty-one acres! Can
drive like we have in Union anyone grasp what that means
County every day. for Lake Butler? It's certainly
That's whv y I can't the end of its history as a
understand why the Union sleepy little town. Just imagine
County Commission voted 5-0 the traffic pouring into Lake
to approve Plum Creek's Butler and joining the semi
trucking distribution center on trucks on C.R. 121. And, the
C.R. 100. The article in this people who move into the
paper said that trucks would be Plum Creek development will
coming out of Port call their friends and relatives
Jacksonville to unload at the to come on down and move in
center. This means many, to the rest of Union County.
many more trucks roaring Ths s exactly what has
down C.R. 121 at all hours of happened to the rest of Florida
Sdaytothe south. It's called landfill.
traffic at the lights in LakeUnion County has been a
Butler. Not only will this mean paradise and now the plans are
congestion, but it will also on paper to bring an end to
mean noise that you can hear that.


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Ratliff clears
the air
Dear Editor:
I would like to address the
article in the July.. 10
-Telegraph. The article stated
that after 38 years with Starke
Auto Parts, Ronnie Ratliff had
retired. Actually, Ronnie has
not retired. His services were
no longer needed at the store
and he was let go as of June
30th
Ronnie is seeking
employment and hopefully
will be back serving the Starke
community soon.
Thank you for your many
years of loyalty to Ronnie and
Tina.
The Ratliff Family

Lawtey
Political Rally,
Thanks
Dear Editor:


I wanted to take a moment to
thank everyone who worked
together to ensure the success
of the recent political rally that
the Lawtey Recreation
Department hosted-. To the
candidates who attended our
local event, thank you for your
time and participation. It was
very courteous of you to take
the time out of your schedules
to visit our community.
I want to thank each of the
Lawtey Recreation Department
Committee 'members who,
assisted with the preparations
for the rally. Without you, we
could not have had such a
successful event. Also, special
thanks to Carlton Jones, the
Lawtey City Council member
who presides over recreation.
Thanks so much for your
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OBITUARIES


Joyce Beattie
GAINESVILLE-Joyce E.
Beattie, 84, died July 1, 2008 at
North Florida Rehab & Specialty
Care in Gainesville.
Born in Philadelphia, Pa.,
Mrs. Beattie moved to
Gainesville iA 2002 from Davie.
Survivors include her husband
of 65 years, Frank Beattie of
Gainesville; two daughters, Judy
(Bud) Hofer of Pottstown, Pa.
and Janet (Ed) Kimutis of Starke;
three grandchildren, Michelle
(Bret) Kimutis of Keystone
Heights, Karen'(Hank) Phillippi
of Wyoming and Richard
(Raechel) Kimutis of Clermont,
and four great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers donations
may be made in her memory to
Haven Hospice, 4200 NW 90"t
Blvd, Gainesville, FL 32606.
Forest Meadows Funeral Home of
Gainesville was in charge of
arrangements.


Kimberly Ann
Smith Brown
LAKE BUTLER-Kimberly
Ann Smith Brown, 48, of Lake
Butler died Friday, July 11, 2008,
at the North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in San Juan, Puerto Rico,
Mrs. Brown lived most of her life
in Keystone Heights and Lake
Butler. She was a correctional
officer with Baker Correctional
Institution, retiring in 2007, and
attended the First United
Pentecostal Church in Starke. She
was preceded in death by her,
father, Henry Smith.


William Catholic Church of
Keystone Heights and the
Daughters of the American
Revolution.
Survivors include her niece,
Betsy Jo Outten of Keystone
Heights and a nephew, Wayne
Robert Johansen of Kingwood,
Texas.
A mass of Christian Burial was
held Tuesday, July 15, 2008, at St.
William Catholic Church of
Keystone Heights with Father
Dung Bui officiating. Burial will
be in Tecumseh, Neb. Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose was in
charge of the arrangements.

Linda Jones
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Linda "Karen" Jones, 58, of
Keystone Heights died Sunday,
July 13, 2008, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center
following an extended illness.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Jones moved to Keystone Heights
in 1998 from Virginia Beach, Va.
She was of the Lutheran faith; a,
retired bookkeeper and enjoyed
crafting.
. Survivors include her husband
of 10 years, StevenJones; a son,
Chris Cline, both of Keystone
Heights; her mother, Wilda Kaelin
of Jacksonville; two stepchildren,
Torrie Corbin of Virginia Beach
and Chris Jones of Brodnax, Va.;
and three grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs. Jones
were held Tuesday, July 15, in
Jones-Gallagher Funeral .Home
Chapel. Burial was in Keystone
Heights Cemetery under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral "Home
of Keystone Heights.


Survivors include her husband ron Kll
of 30 years, Wendell A. Brown; _yron Kelley
three daughters, Crystal Rimes of KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Alachua, Katherine Benton of Byron C. Kelley LCDR, U.S.
Lake Butler and Ashley Lasseck Navy retired, died June 25, 2008.
of Keystone Heights; her mother, Born in Long Beach, Calif., he
Katherine Griffin of Starke; a was the son of Michael William
brother, Robert Smith of West and Lois Slater Kelley. Mr.
Plains, Mo.; two sisters, Norma Kelley was of the Christian faith.
Hall and Julia Griffin, both of He .served 23 years as a Navy
Starke; and five grandchildren, .fighter pilot during the Korean
Kayley, Lane, Ashlann, Emilee .Conflict and Vietnam. He later
and Kevin. taught school in Orange Park for
Funeral services for Mrs. 10 years.
Brown were held Monday, July Survivors include his wife,
14, 2008, in the First United Audrey Mann Kelley of Keystone
Pentecostal Church of.Starke with Heights; two sons, Matthew (Gigi)
the Rev. Ronnie King officiating. Kelly and Jonathan (Sharon)
Burial was in Hope Cemetery Kelley; a daughter and son-in-law
under the care of Archer Funeral Jane and Frank Moore; a great
Home of Lake Butler. grandchild; and three step great-
grandchildren.
Burial with full military honors
A J. Dugger will be held Wednesday, July 23,
".. ...at I p.m. in Florida National
STARKE-A.J. Dugger, 65,- C.emeerv.. "urda nll
died Thursday, July 10, 20.08,.aL.Arr-.hgoirenms aie by J.-n-
the Veteran's Administratibn,. Galrigher of Kc, one H'igHt.'"H
Medical Center in Lake City The family requests no flowers;
following a brief illness. those who wish to remember Mr.
Born in Sanderson, Mr. Dugger Kelley may send a gift to the
had lived most of his life in charity of their choice.
Starke. He was a hotel manager
for 38 years. He was the son of Sherril
J.E. and Eloise Griffis Pearce. Mr. Sherril
Dugger was predeceded in death IM Lorehouse
by a brother, James Allen. He was M r h u
a member of New River New MELROSE- Sherril Rhoden
Congregational Methodist Church. Morehouse, 52. of Melrose died
Survivors include his wife of 47 Tuesday, June 17, 2008 at Shands
years, Mary Pearce Dugger; a at the University of Florida in
daughter Lisa (David) Hall; two Gainesville.
sons, Kevin (Lisa) Dugger and Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Brian Dugger, all of Starke; a Mdrehouse lived most of her life
brother, Johnny Pearce of
Sanderson; two sisters, Patricia
Alien of Starke and Patricia
Pearce of Sanderson; four
grandchildren, Dustin, Salena,
Amanda and David.
Funeral services for Mr. Dugger
were held Sunday, July 13, 2008,
in the New River New
Congregational Methodist Church
of Raiford with the Rev. Jimmie.
Scott and the Rev. Randall Griffis
officiating. Burial was in Pine
Grove Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.


Ken Fuqua
STARKE-Charles Kenneth
Fuqua, 73, of Starke died
Saturday, July 12, 2008, following
a brief illness.
Born in Youngstown, Bay
County, Mr. Fuqua moved to
Starke in the 1950's from Panama
City. He was the son of Sim M.
and Iduma Goodwin Fuqua and
was a member of First Christian
Church of Starke. He served in the
U.S. Marine Corps during the
Korean Conflict. Mr. Fuqua
retired from the City of Starke
after 30 years of service working
as the Public Relations Supervisor,
supervisor of the Meter
Department and four years as
Chief of Police.
Survivors include his wife of 55
years, Carolyn Hutcheson Fuqua;
a son, Steve Fuqua, all of Starke;
grandsons, John Fuqua of
Jacksonville and Brian Fuqua of
Orlando: his sister-in-law Linda
(Wallace) Wise and their family,
also of Starke.
Graveside funeral services were
held Tuesday, July 15, 2008, with
the Rev. Roman Alvarez
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to
Haven Hospice, 4200 N.W. 90"
Blvd., Gainesville, 32606 or a
favorite church or charity.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.


Winona Hupka
MELROSE-Winona Clark
Hupka, 84, of Melrose died
Friday, July 11, 2008, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home in Starke.
Born in Chicago, Ms. Hupka
moved to Melrose in 1992 from
Appleton, Wis. A homemaker,
Ms. Hupka was a member of St.


there before moving to the
Melrose area 20 years ago.
Survivors include her husband,
Herbert Morehouse; a daughter
Victoria; a granddaughter; a
brother Wayne; a sister Rhonda
and many other relatives.
A Celebration of Life will be
held Saturday, July 19, 2008, at 11
a.m. in Bible Baptist Church, 301
S. Cherry St., Starke with the Rev.
Roger Wharton officiating.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Joseph Presnell
HAWTHORNE- Joseph Paul
Presnell, 70, of Hawthorne died
Monday, July 14, 2008, at Putnam
Community Hospital in Palatka.
Born in Blountville, Tenn., Mr.
Presnell moved to Hawthorne
from Southbury, Conn. He was a
Army veteran and a member of
the American Legion Post 202,
Keystone Heights.
Survivors include his wife,
Beverly Ann Presnell of
Hawthorne; a daughter Dawn
Streeter of Orlando; a son Joseph
Paul Presnell of Newton, Conn.; a
sister Edith Jones of Meriden,
Conn. and 13 grandchildren.
Services were,under the care of
Moring Funeral Home of Melrose.


Mannon Shaw
BRYCEVILLE- Mannon
Eugene Shaw, 70, of Bryceville
died July 12, 2008.
Born in Lulu, Mr. Shaw retired
from the United States Army after
20 years of service. He also retired
from the Florida Department of
Corrections. Mr. Shaw was a
member of the Advent Christian
Church in Lulu. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Royce
Shaw and Eulalia Moore.
Survivors include his wife of 34
years. Mary Shaw, and three
children, Karen Tiffin (David) of
Gainesville, Lisa Milan (Berry) of
Bryceville, and Derrick Proctor
(Kim) of Bryceville: a brother.
Royce Albert Shaw (Marie) of
Lake Butler; his former wife Sonja
Yawn: 12 grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services for Mr.
Shaw will be held on Friday, July
18, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. at the New
Zion Cemetery, in Lulu. In lieu of
flowers, the family has requested
that donations be made to
Community Hospice in Mr.
Shaw's name. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.
., , . . .


Lewis Williams
LAKE BUTLER- Lewis
(Butchet) Williams, 71, of Lake
Butler, died Tuesday, July 8,
2008, in Lake Butler Hospital.
A lifelong resident of Lake
Butler, Mr. Williams was a
member of St. John Baptist
Church.
Survivors include his wife,
"Carrie Williams of Lake Butler: a
son, Tyrone Johnson of Daytona
Beach and a sister, Rutha Mac
Weeks of Lake Butler.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, July 19, at II a.m. at St.
John Baptist Church with the Rev.
Cleveland Weeks and the Rev.
Monroe Weeks ,officiating. Burial
will be in St. John Cemetery.
The family will receive friends
from 4-8 p.m. at Chestnut
Memorial Chapel in Gainesville.
On Saturday, friends and family
may view from 10-11 a.m.
Arrangements are under the care
of Chestnut Funeral Home of
Gainesville.



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CRIME


Father
charged
in 2006 crash
A 40-year-old Jacksonville
man was arrested on charges
from a 2006 Bradford County
crash that killed his daughter.
Ronald Marvin Homer was
charged July 10 with
manslaughter, vehicular
homicide and reckless driving
causing serious bodily injury.
Homer was driving a 1994
Honda on S.R. 100 on Dec.
27, 2006. The Honda crossed
the centerline and struck an
eastbound vehicle around 7:50
p.m.
Ten-year-old Mallory Lee
Homer was in the back seat and
was wearing a seat belt. She
was pronounced dead at the
scene.
Reports from witnesses who
had seen the car as it swerved
back and forth across the road
and the passenger's side door
being opened and closed prior
to the crash, led officers to
speculate that an argument was
taking place at the time.'
Homer had been arrested earlier
for domestic battery.
Mallory's mother, who was
in the front seat, was taken to
Shands Starke with injuries.
Driver of the second vehicle,,
Frances M. Tyer, 65 of Starke
was seriously injured in the
crash.
Charges were pending the
results of a toxicology test but
the results were not included in
the arrest report.
Homer's bond was set at
$125,000.

3 charged
with stealing
copper wire
Three people were charged
with stealing copper wire from
several locations in .,Union
County during the past few
months.
Deputies conducting an
investigation into the recent
thefts arrested Billy Dwayne
Wilkerson on three counts
burglary of structure or
conveyance and four counts of
grand theft, each over $300,
according to Investigator Jerry
Feltner.
Wilkerson, 27, of Lake
Butler was charged with
stealing copper from the back
of a pickup truck at a residence
in December, a roll of copper
wire and scrap copper from a
residence, copper wire and a TV
from a cabin in a hunt club and
batteries and scrap copper wire
from a home, all in June or
July, Investigator Feltner said.
The stolen copper wire was
burned and stripped at
Wilkerson's residence, then
sold for scrap in Lake City.
Also arrested July 9 was
Megan Unique Howell, 21, of
Lake Butler. Howell was
charged with two of the
burglaries and thefts,
Investigator Feltner said.
Curtis Ashton Pearce, 18,
was charged by sworn
complaint with the thefts.
Additional charges are
pending further, investigation,
Feltner said.


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Wilkerson was also charged
by Deputy Mindy Goodwin on
a Baker County writ of bodily
attachment. He may purge by
paying $1,910.

Union man
faces sexual
criminal
charges
A 68-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested July 14 on
charges of sexual assault.
Leader Williams was
charged following an
investigation into a possible
sexual battery that occurred in
Union County, according to
Investigator Jerry Feltner. The
victim was in the emergency
room in a Gainesville hospital.
During the investigation it
was learned that possibly more
than one assault had occurred
involving the victim,
Investigator Feltner said.
The victim is a teenager.
Man arrested
for trading
stolen
property
A 35-year-old Hampton man
was arrested last week for
trading a stolen air-
conditioning system.
James William Young
offered to help the witness
obtain a new residential A/C
unit for her home, according to
Bradford Cpl. Robbie Watkins.
A deal with the witness
included trading several animals
and cages for the unit, Cpl.
Watkins said. Young delivered
the A/C unit and later returned
with another 'individual to
install the unit, Cpl. Watkins
said.
The unit was identified by
its model and serial numbers as
having been stolen sometime
in March from a residence in
Hampton, Cpl. Watkins said.
Young was charged by
sworn complaint and a warrant
was secured on July 2 charging
Young with dealing in stolen
property.
Young was arrested July 7
on the -warrant by Cpl.
Watkins. !Bond, was- set at
$50,000. He remains in
custody.

3 arrested
for fighting
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Union County on July 4th for
drinking and fighting.
The arrests resulted after
deputies were called twice to a
residence on Southeast C.R.
237 where fighting was in
progress in the yard, according
to Deputy David Shane. The
men had apparently been
drinking all day, Deputy Shane
said.
Michael T. Shaw, Rodney
T. Shaw, both 51, and Rodney
E. Keen, 36, of Hawthorne
were charged with disorderly
intoxication and transported to
the county jail, Deputy Shane
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Recent
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The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Katherine Covington, 48, of
Starke was arrested July 9 by
Starke Sgt. Kevin Mueller for
battery. Covington was charged
with striking the victim with
her fists several times in the
face. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for 'her release from
custody.
Matthew W. McElveen, 32,
of Starke was arrested July 11
by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for possession of cocaine.
During an interview, the officer
noticed McElveen was
concealing something in his
bottom lip. A piece of crack
cocaine was removed from
McElveen's mouth, Patrolman
King said.
Karl Brandt Lobenthal, 43,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 14 by Union Deputy Brett
Handle for two counts battery
on a person 65 or older and
grand theft. Lobenthal was
charged with grabbing and
choking the victim, punching
her in the face and throwing her
across the room, Deputy
Handle said. A second victim
was also struck in the head.
The first victim was
transported to the hospital for
X-rays, Deputy Handley said.
Lobenthal stole the victim's


purse with cash and a check for
$900 before fleeing the scene.
Lobenthal was located in
Alachua County and arrested on
the charges. He was also
charged on two warrants for
failure to appear felony
offenses.
Dominick Benjamin Schalk,
23, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 11 by Clay
Deputy H.G. Pittman for grand
theft and fraudulent use of
credit card. Schalk removed the
victim's credit card from her
residence and used the card
several times to withdraw funds
from the bank, Deputy Pittman
said. The total of the thefts,was
$815, withdrawals on five
separate occasions, Deputy
Pittman said.
Derrick Woodrow Callan,
31, and John Kenneth
Turknett, 35, both of Starke,
were arrested July 13 by
Bradford Deputy Stephen
Bivins for disorderly conduct.
The two were involved in a
physical altercation in the front
yard of their residence. Their
actions disrupted the peace and
quiet, Deputy Bivins said.
Turknett was also charged on a
warrant from Holmes County
for violation of probation
battery with no bond.
Jolene Renee Martin, 30, of
Raiford was arrested July 14 by
Clay Deputy J.C. Saunders, for
giving false name or false
information. When questioned
during a traffic stop, Martin
gave the name Sarah Moore
with a birthday of 1972.
Martin was verified' as her
actual name and she was
charged by Deputy Saunders.


Brandi Rose Bazile, 21, of
Keystone Heights and Linda
Coneita were charged July 12
by Clay Deputy D.M.
McDaniels with retail theft.
Bazile and Coneita were seen
placing linens, clothing, pet
food, kitty litter, milk, bleach,
sandals, medication and a
music CD from the display
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Middleburg store. They then
exited the store without paying
for the merchandise. Deputy
McDaniels said. Value-of the
stolen items was $179.84. All
property was returned to the
store, Deputy McDaniels said.
Bazile and Coneita were issued
citations and written trespass
warnings, Deputy McDaniels
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[CRIME 1


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:

Clifford Eugene Harmon,
48, and Leani Brockington, 59,
both of Starke, were arrested
July 7 by Patrolman King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia after a crack pipe
was found in the vehicle during
a traffic stop. Harmon was
charged on a warrant for
violation of- probation
possession of cannabis and
ordered to serve 30 days in the
county jail. Brockington was
released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Clayton Andrew Thornton,
20, of Starke was arrested July
7 by Starke Investigator James
Hooper for theft of credit card
and six counts of fraudulent use
of credit card. Thornton was
charged with stealing the credit
card while employed by the
victim. He then made
purchases totalling $284.91 at
several locations, Investigator
Hooper said. Thornton was
also charged on a warrant with
failure to appear. Total bond
was set at $19,000.
James Ray Harris, 22, of
Starke was arrested July 7 by
Bradford Sgt. Robert L. Lyons
on an order of arrest 'for
violation of probation. Harris
was ordered to serve 40 days in
the county jail.
John Charles Herman, 27,
of Keystone Heights was
* arrested July 10 by Clay
Deputy K.W. Redgate on a
warrant for'sale and delivery of
marijuana. and cocaine. Bond
was set at $10,003.
Michael David Patrick, 31,
of Starke was arrested July 10
by Starke Sgt. William Murray
on a Columbia County warrant
for failure to -appear. A $343
cash bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Jeremy Edmund Tillman,
26, of Green Cove Springs was
arrested July 7 by Sgt. Lyons
' for violation of probation. He
. was ordered to serve 12 days in
jail and released for time
served.
Curtis Johnson, 50, -of
Starke was arrested July 9 by
Bradford Sgt. R.W. White for
violation of probation
possession of controlled
substance, cocaine, with no
bond.
Kevin Lee Brown, 33, of
Melrose was arrested July 10
by Clay Deputy J.M. Allen for
possession of controlled
substance and possession of
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found a canister in Brown's
bedroom that contained
marijuana, razor blades, stem
push rods and a glass marijuana
pipe, Deputy Allen said..He
was also charged with violation
of probation homicide.
Bryan Vernon Rice, 28, of
Jacksonville ws arrested July
13 by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for failure to appear
retail theft and resisting arrest
without violence. Total bond
was set at $7,000.
Charles Curtis Crawford,
30, of Starke was arrested July
10 by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel for .violation of
probation domestic battery.
Bond was set at $4,000.
Deborah Brown, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 8 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for affray.
Annette Blackman, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 9 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for worthless check and
attempted escape.
Anita J. Alford, 38, of Lake
City was arrested July 14 by
Union Deputy Daniel Williams
on a warrant for violation of
probation. She was released on
her own recognizance' after
being booked.
David Bridges Prescott, 30,
of Brooker was arrested July 11
by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on capias from
Bradford County for violation
of felony probation with no
bond.
Sumar.Rayne Hamilton, 20,
of Worthington Springs was
arrested July 8 by Union
Deputy David Shane on
warrants for aggravated battery,
disorderly intoxication and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. She was also
charged with contempt of
court. Total bond was set at
$50,000.


was .11 percent, Deputy Brown
said.
Juan Carlos Hernandez, 35,
of Jacksonville was arrested
July 9 for no valid driver's
license. Bond was set at $500.
Hosea P. Dean, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested July 10 by
Lawtey Patrolman M.W.
Starling for driving while
license suspended or revoked
('DWLS) with knowledge. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Richard J. Westenberger,
30, of Keystone Heights was
arrested July 11 by Hampton
Patrolman Taebel for DWLS,
tag not assigned to vehicle and
unregistered vehicle.
Westenberger's pickup truck
was stopped for speeding in the
area of C.R. 221N and Curtis
Drive. He was released from
custody after-a $2,500 surety
bond was posted.


Campaign
underway for
motorcyclist
disability,
and safety
The Florida Highway
Patrol, Florida Rider Training
program and Florida
Department of Transportation
(FDT), launched the
Motorcycle Conspicuity
Campaign.
The statewide initiative will
focus on promoting motorcycle
visibility and safety in an effort
to reduce fatalities on Florida's
roadways.
Research from the National
Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA)
shows that in 2006 Florida led
the nation in motorcycle
fatalities. Florida reported' 562
fatalities, a 19.8 percent
increase from the previous
year.


Joseph Gordon, 23, of Lacking the structural safety
Hawthorne was arrested July 14 advantages of an automobile or
by Clay deputies on warrants truck, motorcyclists are more
for sale, manufacture controlled likely to suffer severe injury or
substance. death when involved in a traffic
S, crash. Research suggests that
Traffic ,,motorcyclists who make-'
T o A 1 themselves more visible, or
Jason Alan Moody, 18, of conspicuous, are less likely to
Starke was arrested July 10 by have their right-of-way violated
Clay Deputy T.J. Brown for by other vehicles on the
driving under the influence roadways.
(DUI). Moody's vehicle was roadw enhance visibility,
traffic stopped on, Blanding To enhance visibility,
Boulevard at 1:15 a.m. after motorcyclists are encouraged to
leaving the Crazy Horse wear brightly colored or
Saloon. Moody was told not to reflective upper-torso apparel.
drive but to call and find a ride It is also suggested that
home, Deputy Brown said. reflective strips, high beams
Moody was then seen driving and vibrant colored decals be
from his parking spot and was used on the motorcycle itself.
stopped, Deputy Brown said. Colors which offer little to no
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arrest. His blood-alcohol level other neutrals.

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Continued from p.4B
The only means we have to
prevent any of this loss is
through the county
commission. Elections are
coming up in August for two
of the seats, and it appears that
the winner will be the one with
the most and biggest signs on
the road. Qualification for the
job seems to be: having been
born and raised here, being a
member of a local church,
stating an earnest willingness
to honestly 'represent the
citizenry, and having a desire
to bring in more business and
more jobs. I know that "more
jobs" is a time-honored phrase
to win votes. But more jobs
always bring in more people,


more houses, more fast food
joints, more traffic, and a
lower quality of life in general.
The jobs aren't worth it any
more.
I'm looking for a candidate
who says, "A vote for me is a
vote to keep Union County the
way it is." In a decade (or
less), when the impact of the
Plum Creek development is
jamming up the roads, all of
the candidates will be running
on a platform of trying to save
what's left of old Union
County. Let's see if one of the
candidates is savvy enough,
right now, to tap into the pool
of voters who don't want to
lose their country way of life.
Peter Cameron


Blessings we
take for
granted
Dear Editor:
You know, some of our
greatest blessings are the very
things we take for granted. It's
a big blessing to be able to
hear and see. Without our
sight, we would not be able to
enjoy the pretty flowers, our
sons and daughters, the
wonderful beaches, wildlife,
and all the other things we take
for granted that God has
provided for us.
Without hearing, you would
not be able to hear the
delighted tunes the birds,
warble. We could not hear our
baby's first words. We could
not hear the preaching of
God's word, or read his
messages He gave to us. Our
woodlands are a blessing, they
give off oxygen that's vital to
life. Their wood keeps us


warm, and the lumber that
comes from the tree is used to
build homes and also provide
wonderful shade.
Sometime we take good
health for granted. To really
enjoy the blessing of your
good health, you need to visit a
nursing home, then you will
really appreciate your good
health. Faith is another
blessing we take for granted.
Faith gives us the urge to keep
on keeping on. God gives us
grace to reach our goals.
I hope this might encourage
more of us to realize just how
many wonderful blessings God
gives us every day of our lives.
In some ways we're like an
old hog. He'll eat acorns all
day under the oak tree and
never look up to see where
they are coming from. Isn't
that a lot like us? Our lives are
full of blessings, these are
merely a few. God, guide our
leaders and God bless
America!
Mitchell Brown
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Country Club this Friday, July
18, 6- 10 p.m., to benefit the 9-
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baseball team.
The entry fee is $50. Cash
prizes will be awarded for first,
second and third place.
Money raised by the
tournament will help assist the
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DuPont Florida Plant employees (back row, I-r) Guy Dyal, Morris Paige, Barry
Whitehead, Andrew Romeo, Dennis Norman, Jerry Dampier, (front row, I-r) Jimmy
Wheeler, Hilton Coleman, Rob Pater, David Sellars and Mike Todd display the
Sentinels of Safety Award. Employee involvement is a critical component of the
mine's safety effort.



DuPont Florida Plant


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Employees of the DuPont
Florida Plant were recently
awarded the "Sentinels of
Safety" designation for
outstanding workplace safety
performance by the Mine
Safety and Health
Administration and the
National Mining Association.
This is the 18th time the Florida
Plant has received the award.
The purpose of the annual
award program is to recognize
achievement of outstanding
safety records, to stimulate
greater interest in safety and to
encourage development of
more effective accident
prevention programs among
the nation's mineral extractive
industries. To be eligible for
the award, a mine must
complete the year without a
lost-time injury and achieve
overall safety performance
better than the national
average.
"I am very proud of our
DuPont plant team for working


safely and caring about each
other," said David Wright,
safety, health and
environmental manager. "This
award is nice, but the real
reward cones from knowing
that we are ensuring- our
employees and processes are
safe."
The DuPont Florida Plant
began operation in 1948 and
today employs 180 people.
DuPont has developed the
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environmentally responsible
way to extract. specialty
minerals, which are used to
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Dawn Sapp has discovered
that many people think retail
pharmacies are the only places
where pharmacists work, but
there are so many other
opportunities for those in the
profession.
Sapp, however, was
surprised to learn that an
opportunity existed that would
allow her to work from home
and provide disease-state
management for patients
throughout the southern half of
Florida.
-The Bradford High School
graduate, who is the daughter
of Jimmie and Olivia Scott of
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Sapp wakes up in the
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medication, which is most
people's common view of
pharmacists, Sapp dispenses
knowledge that benefits those
who have congestive heart
failure, hypertension, diabetes,
asthma, renal failure, chronic
obstructive pulmonary disease
and sickle-cell anemia.
She has no direct patient
contact, however. Sapp
corresponds with patient care
managers via computer.
HealthierFlorida patient care
managers are nurses, who are
in contact with patients via
telephone.
"The goal of the program is
to really educate patients and
empower them to make better
health choices," Sapp said.
"The care managers work with
them to educate them about
See SAPP p.12B


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Returning Guardsman awarded trip
Sgt. Lee Mann, his wife, Charlotte, and daughter, Jamie, are the first recipients of a
expense-paid weekend to Lauderdale By the Sea from the residents of that
community. "The residents of our community appreciate the service and sacrifice
our men and women in uniform do for our county. Giving them a weekend of rest
and recreation is the least we can do," said Cindy Geesey, executive editor of
ByTheSeaFuture. Mann, a Keystone Heights resident, just returned from a 12-month
tour in Kuwait and Iraq with the 927" Combat Sustainment Support Battalion
stationed at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center. Jamie was born during his
deployment. The community of 7,000 will award one returning service member. a
weekend stay each month through October. Pictured are (l-r) 1st Sgt. Rob Sweat,
Sgt. Ist Class Bash, Mann, his wife, Charlotte (holding daughter Jamie), Bob Ross,
USO Center director Naval Air Station Jacksonville and Lori Culberson, family
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A line of motorcyclists, led by Sgt. 1st Class Paul Redanz, is pictured at the Bradford County Fairgrounds during
a class that trains National Guardsmen to be rider coaches. The class, funded by the National Guard Bureau, is in
response to the number of motorcycle accidents involving young Guardsmen.


RIGHT: Course instructor
Burke Breneman (far left)
gives Master Sgt. Lynette
Ortiz some pointers.


CYCLE:
Continued from p. 1A
have experienced an increase
in the number of accidents
involving soldiers and
motorcycles. The majority of
those accidents are affecting
.those, I8'tQo235:yearsold.::
As Sgt. 1st Class Paul
Redanz put it, young soldiers
are returning home from
deployment with money to
spend, so they buy big, fast
motorcycles.
"Now they've got a fancy new
motorcycle,", Breneman said,
"but maybe they don't have
all the skills and experience
they need to manage that.
Because of that, there are a lot
of accidentSit.. .
Therefore, IZ -fuoll-time
staff members in the Guard..,
participated in classroom
exercises and parking lot
exercises at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds, learning
not only the basics of the
Motorcycle Safety Foundation
Course, but how to effectively
teach those basics to others.
That's why if Breneman saw
his students dismount their
bikes improperly, for example,
he reminded them that if they're
going to teach others the way to
dismount properly, they must
do so as well.
Breneman, who has been
teaching for 20 years, said a
big part of what those who
participated in last week's
training will go on to do is teach
riders how to combine the basic
skills of riding with" collision-
avoidance tech-niques. One
area of concentration was
turning speed selection, which
Breneman said is the most
common cause of accidents.
"Folks are too fast going
into a turn, don't know how
to manage that. arid ..wreck,"
Breneman said: "One of the
important things we teach here
is turning-speed selection-


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how much do you slow before
you go into a turn?"
Breneman said in essence,
riding coaches will be teaching
life-saving skills, which fits in
perfectly with why the National
Guard Bureau funded the
course.
"We just try to ensure safety
in everything (Guardsmen) do,"
Starnes said.
The prospective riding
coaches wrapped up the course
by training real students, which
were provided courtesy of CC's
Motorcycle Training.
"They do the real job with
real students," Breneman said.
"It's kind of their graduation
ceremony."
Redanz described the course
as "excellent," while Master Sgt.
John Strasburg of Homestead, a
fellow riding coach in training,
said, "It's a great course. It
really is."
Brenman said the experience
at the fairgrounds was a little
different in that most people
he works with are simply avid
motorcyclists who probably
haven't taught anything to
anybody. The Guardsmen,
however, already possessed a
background in training, plus
the knowledge and experience
in cooperating and working as
part of a team.
Therefore, the Guardsmen
were easy to work with.'
"It was lots of fun," Breneman
said.
Besides Redanz and
Strasburg, the other Guardsmen
who participated in last week's
training were: Sgt. Maj.
Clarence Zarnes of Orange Park,
Staff Sgt. Joseph Rappel of
Titusville, Sgt. Angel Figueroa
of Cassleberry, Chief Warrant
Officer 2 Bynum "Rocky"
Alumbaugh of Jacksonville,
Sgt. 1st Class Felix Rodriguez
of Lakeland, Chief Warrant
Officer 4 Michael Fotianos of
Jacksonville, Staff Sgt. Reuben
Merritt of Panama City, Capt.
Bruce Delaporte of Orlando
and Master Sgt. Lynette Ortiz
of Tampa'


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Staff Sgt. Joseph Rappel (far right) asks his fellow students to give him the sign
when they've started their bikes and are ready to go. Each student took a turn
leading an exercise as they are all training to be rider coaches at their respective
National Guard facilities.




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Bradford County Tourism Development Council
Monthly Meeting
Thursday, July 17, at 12 noon
NFRCC Boardroom 100 East Call Street Starke
CANCELLED
Chamber Board of Governors
Monthly meeting
Thursday, July 24, at 12 noon
Gov. Charley E. Johns Conference Center-
1610 N Termple Ave Starke

Friday Fest Cruzin (Special Location)
Friday, June 25, 5:00 pm
Starke Ford Mercury
13447 US Hwy 301 South
*Parade to Downtown Starke after the awards
Main Street Starke, Inc.
Monthly meeting
Monday, Aug. 11 at 12 noon
NFRCC Boardroom-100 E Call Street Starke
Date Chanae
Bradford County Development.Authority
Monthly meeting
Thursday, Aug. 14, at 12 noon
Community State Bank-811 S Walnut Street Starke


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Smith & Smith Realty

Sheila Daugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2BR/IBA, Corner of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled........$67,000
* 3BR/IBA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool....$106,000
* 1.25 Acres on Corner of NE. 12th Ave &
171st Street..........................$....$$18,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
................................................$32,000
* I Wooded Acre, off NW 177th in
Pleasant Grove........................$20,000
* 10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes...........$99,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on l.acre off
S.R.16 East, Starke.....................$99,500
New Home on Raiford Rd.
Starke.................................... $147,600
New Home on Raiford Rd.
Starke.................................... $ 150,300


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and people securing cus-
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which is in violation of
the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
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1-800-669-9777, the toll-
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Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.
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42
Motor Vehicles
1995 OLDS SILHOUETTE
LEATHER, all power,
$1.300 OBO. Daytime,
386-546-0070 or eve-
nings, 352-473-8448.
1997 CHEVY SEBRING
LXi COUPE. V6, auto.
air, ps, 4 wheel anti-lock
disk brakes. A great buy
at $750. High miles but
well maintained. No ma-
jor defects. Lake Butler
area, call 609-682-2894
after 5pm
43
RVs and
Campers
2004 32'CEDAR CREEK
FIFTH WHEEL 2 slides.
rear kitchen and lots of
storage Excellent condi-
tion $18 500 Call 904-
219-9365 or 904-782-
9822
'92 31 I I C \.IH ILH L11 I
FIFTH WHEEL CAMPER
Slide Out. Everything

ED'S
APPLIANCE
Sales 1 Service
Nice selection of
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
Starting at $165
GREAT FOR
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
904-964-2966
355 N Temple Ave Starke

ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawley, FL. $35 & ip
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


works, very nice, $4,8uu
OBO. Call 904-964-
2408
44
Boats and ATVs
1987 PONTOON BOAT
18FT WITH 28 JOHNSON
0/B motor on galvanized
trailer with some extras.
Runs good, $2,700. Call
352-478-9096.
45
Land for Sale
1 75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
OWNER FINANCE -
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
3 ACRES STARKE, $49K. 3
ACRES RAIFORD, $39K.
Three different lease op-
tions of acre and mobile,
$49K-89K. By owner,
352-468-1011.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St., $201,000 or for RENT
new roof, designed for
restaurant Also, one
retail store, downtown
Starke, $179,500 109
Call St., new roof, good
for office, retail, etc. Call
904-964-4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities


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states Commercial Residential


PO Box 82
Ft. White, FL 32038


and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
THREE STALL DETAIL
SHOP WITH STORAGE
SHED for rent. 1497 Old
Lawtey Rd,. Starke. Call
904-964-4196 or 352-
222-3452.
48
Homes for Rent
2/1 HOME COMPLETELY
REMODELED. Asking
$77K, owner will pay
closing costs and no
down payrnent to qualify-
ing buyer. 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301. Phone
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
* 2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
St. Starke, $49,500. Call
352-745-0039
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
STARKE 5 ACRES WITH
SINGLEWIDE 2/1 MO-
BILE HOME. All new
appliances, well, central
air, 2 years old.. Asking
$75K. Call 904-964-5259
or 352-222-3536.
2004 3/2 HOMES OF MERIT
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. 26'8"x56', 1493
sq ft. Located on 8.13
acres and close to Starke
Country Club in Bradford
County, $170K Call 904-
964-5948.
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
3/2 MUST GO REAL CE-


Start to Finish!
"No Bull"


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Office: 386-497-1419
Toll Free 1-866-91W-ROOF
Fax:386-497-1452


7477 sq. ft.
brick building
zoned RP on
almost an acre
in the city
limits of Starke.
Many Recent
Upgrades
$231,000


Licensed Bonded
Insured
Workers Comp.
License # RC0067442


Contact: Larry Price
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Vacation Properties for Rent in the Keystone,
Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne Area ranging from
$550 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
offered by Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
352-473-7777
or call Trevor at 352-246-7776


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DAR LOG SIDING and
brand new metal roof.
Will selj for $25K, call
Marion at 386-590-0971.
4/2, 1900 SO FT GUY
HAD TO MOVE FOR JOB
TRANSFER. Will sell for
$30,900. Call Marion at
386-590-0971.
CUSTOMER FELL
THROUGH 4/2, home
is handicap accessible.
1.600 sq ft, special show-
ers and wider doors (36").
Will sell for $53K, call
Marion at 386-590-0971.
FACTORY REPO, NEVER
BEEN TITLED. 4/2, one
left with furniture and de-
cor package, only $3801
mth with no land as col-
lateral. Call Marion at
386-590-0971.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

FOR SALE
4BR/1BA Stucco'
House in country with
a mother-in-law
1BR/1BA apartment
divided by carport.
Large yard with
5+ acres in a
platted subdivision.
Located on 134th St.
Owner financing to
qualified buyer
$159,000
Shown by
appointment only.
Call
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" month's rent for senior cit-
izens Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
SRoom without bath, $100
Laundry facilities avail-
S-'able Close to churches.
stores, downtown shop-
ping. theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across Irom
-'the Starke Post Office.
"904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
;' MH, clean, close to prison
' Call 352-468-1323
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 &
-" 3 BR. NEWLY RENO-
VATED Deposit required
,Call 678-438-6828 or 678-
-438-2865
LIKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street. Lake Butler, FI
:132054 Ph:386-496-3141,
TDDITTY 711. Rental
assistance for qualified
;applicants 1.2,3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC acces-
sible apartments Laun-
dry facility & playground
Water. sewer & garbage
provided Equal Housing
Opportunity
12 ONE YEAR OLD HOUS-
i .ES. 3/2 2 car garage
de Iloois granite coun-
leiltops Ii ; ZI lut) ilild
walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess. $1,000/mth each
One month deposit. Call
352-473-3560.
PRIVATE, CLEAN FUR-
NISHED 1BR APART-
MENT on Keystone
Heights lake ideal for one
person. All utilities fur-
nished. Reduced rent for
yard maintenance. Call
Gerry at 352-473-7769.
4NHISPERING OAKS APAR-
MENTS "SPECIAL." 3/2,
.-only $599/mth. 2/2, only
'-*$579/mth. Both with $199
:-deposit. W/D hook-ups,
Pool, computer room.
!.fitness center, walking
r distance to school. Pets
welcome. Call 904-368-
r 0007.
i3/2 BRAND NEW HOMES
IN STARKE One at
$1,000, one at $1,100.
iSBoth require first, last
il'and deposit. Call 352-
St-745-1189.
HOUSE MATE WANTED -
: 2/1 FOR $390/MTH, Mel-
rose: Yard, nice neigh-
Sborhood. Call Stacie at
352-222-7125.
TRAILERS FOR RENT -
,TWO DOUBLEWIDES.
One in Hampton, 3/2,
-$750,mir with first and
last One t..j.Tjny.Cvye, .
"T._aiier Park in Keystone
_''Heigr.i" 3/2, $695/mth
wrin iril and last, (gar-
irbage, water and bug
I Spray included).. Also,
.-.SWMH in Tiny Cove .
Trailer Park in Keystone
Heights, 2/1,$525/mth,
v (garbage, water and bug
spray included). Call 352-
473-3728, ask for Kathy
Perryman:
/1.5,900 SO FT ON QUIET
I ROAD. WALK TO Key-
--stone beach and schools.
$600/mth, first and last.
Call 352-475-3348.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
Security. Call 904-964-
4303.
KINGSLEY LAKE HOUSE,
;2/2. $1,500/mth fur-
'nished. 6mth lease, call

















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904-509-3311.
HOUSE FOR RENT 2/1
ON ONE ACRE LOT
$650/mth Call Mike at
904-364-7026.
RAIFORD 4/2 ON 3 ACRES
$850/mth with $500 se-
curity deposit Call Mike
Brown at 904-626-5721 or
1904-259-4891 Available
August 1. .
1BR DUPLEX CLOSE TO
STARKE HIGH SCHOOL.
$325/mth, first, last and
$150 deposit. Call 352-
284-4280.
2/1 HOUSE CLOSE TO
STARKE HIGH SCHOOL.
$450/mth, first, last and
$200 security deposit.
Call 352-284-4280.
MOBILE HOME IN SMALL
PARK LOCATED ON
SR121. Close to all pris-
ons. CH/A Call 904-
364-8535
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME 2/1 on one
acre fenced lot. paved
road Close to town
First. last and security
S-00:mih call 352-17:?-

3094.
3/1 NEWLY REMODELED
HOME IN STARKE. First,
last and deposit. Ref-
erences required. Call
386-793-4446.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON
WOODED LOT QUIET
AREA. CH/A, large deck,
service animals only.
$675/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
2/2 SINGLEWIDE ON 6.55
ACRES. $700/mth plus
deposit. Call 904-,612-
8334. 3031 SE 130th
St., Starke.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
RENT TO OWN with
seller financing. Remod-
eled 2/1 on big lot with
big trees. $39K, call 352-
473-5745.
51
Lost/Found
LOST BLACK MIXED LAB
AND YELLOW/WHITE
FEMALE MIXED HOUND/
BULL. Lab is male with
blue cloth collar, answers
to Quincy. Hound is fe-
male with yellow collar,
answers to Baby. Last
seen July 14 in Lawtey
area. Call Mitchell Brown
at 904-782-3912.
52
Animals
and Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
ATTN: 4-H AND FFA MEM-
BERS Sept.-Dec. black
Limousin and Limousin
cross steers. Good show
prospects Call 352 745-
2894 or 90,4.9641.5170
AMERICAN PIT BULLTER-
RIER PUPPIES. UKC
registered, health cer-
tificates. Call 352-473-


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Call 386-431-1404.
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Yard Sales
MOVING SALE 48 YEARS
WORTH OF STUFF Fri-
day and Saturday, July
25th and 26th. 8am-?
1221 Bradford St.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-? 1004 Clark St.
Misc items, clothing and
Avon.
YARD SALE FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, JULY 18th
and 19th. 2286 SE 144th
St., Griflfis Loop area.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM.
SR16 North, take left on
CR233, one mile on the
left.
YARD SALE FRIDAY,
JULY 18, 8AM-2PM and
Saturday. July 19. 8am-
12pm Men. women'sand
girls clothing. toys, house-
hold items. baby items.
car seat No early birds
5770 NW 203rd St
HiUGL YARD SALE FRI-


8AM-1PM. 8003 Valley
Dr. off SR100, 6 miles
past Gizmo, follow signs.
Girls clothes and shoes
(12mths to 6yrs). furni-
ture, craft supplies, tools,
dishes, low prices.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
YARD SALE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, JULY 19, Saturday,
8am-3pm Large com-
munity yard sale at Union
County Riding Club on
SR121, south of SR100
in Lake Butler. Tractor,
horse stuff, tack. tools,
household items, cloth-
ing, furniture and more.
Baked goods for sale.
Pony rides for a dona-
tion. All proceeds will go
to cancer patient Debbie
Richard. 904-263-0256.
55
Wanted
ELDERLY MAN LOOKING
FOR A ONE BEDROOM
apartment, studio or small
trailer Can pay up to
$275/mih Call 352-485-
3578
LOOKING TO SHARE A


DAY,. SATURDAY AND Ril)F Fi
SUNDAY. Starts at 7am,
house next door to Hamp- dent would
ton Elementary School. starting in
COME ONE, COME ALL cation pro
LARGE YARD SALE, K-6. Call
many new items. Satur- if interested
day, July 19, 7am-2pm, 57
Pit Stop Cafe, Lawtey.
HOME INTERIOR CLEAR- For Sal
ANCE SALE Friday and BED KING :
Saturday, 9am-4pm. 9 mattress a
miles from Starke Ele- with manu
mentary towards Raiford, ranty. Brai
left to CR235, look for plastic. Ca
signs. Reduced candles, for $200.
greenery, pictures. Up to 7490.
50% off on many items. BED-QUEE
Charlotte Durrance, 904- Pillowtop
964-7575 or 904-966- box. Name
1832. plastic, with
3031 SE 130TH ST. deliver. S,
CLOTHES, TOOLS, AP- Call 352-3;
PLIANCES. Call 904- BEDROOM
612-8334, July 20, 2008. Beautiful c
JULY CLEARANCE SALE king bed, c
.EACH FRIDAY, 10am- 2nightstan
5pm and Saturday, 10am- able, dove
12pm. Lin's Basketry and tion New
Gifts, 103 Edwards Rd., Retail $5,61
904-964-8191. $950. 352-
MOVING OUT YARD SALE COUCH ANI
FRIDAY AND SATUR- BRAND
DAY, 8am-? Items include FIBER SU
L-shaped couch, leather in package
recliner, household items, Stain resi
home decor, toys, crib/ friendly. F
changing table, clothes Sacrifice, $
and much more. Every- liver, 352-3
thing mustgo. NW 216th KENMORE \
St. (Crawford Rd), look dryer, new
for signs. up each,
53B written giu
livery avail
Keystone pointments
Yard Sales 8801
SATURDAY, JULY 19,8AM- USED COMF
? Daybed, books, desk. WESTER
misc. 6765 Womans STARKE,
Club Dr. 6841
HUGE YARD SALE KEY- SOFA AND
,STONE'-GOLF-CLUB. BY ASHLE
4262 SE 2nd Ave. Ma- -Sanyo T-V-$
terial, household items, for ust $5
electronics, plus more. lessthan2
7:30am-2pm, Friday and 386-431-19
Saturday STEEL SHO
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SET 7 piece
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ds, chest avail-
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377-9846.
D LOVESEAT
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EDE set. Still
with warranty.
stant, pet/kid
Retail, $1,50,0.
$450. Can de-
317-4031.
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type $75 and
electric stove,
guarantee, de-
able. For ap-
s. call 904-964-

PUTERS, $99.
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call 904-964-
LOVESEAT
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00 Like new,
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We also have Diva Cu-
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as well as fresh herb
plants. All fish, produce
and plants are chemical
and pesticide free. Call
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59
Personal
Services
CAREGIVER HONEST,
DEPENDABLE. Will care
for you or your loved one
during the day, do light
housekeeping, prepare
meals and run errands.
Starke area preferred,
please call 904-964-
5405. '
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS. INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
,ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates Danny (Buddy)
Clark. (9041-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to laInd for
McH. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
GOTA SATELLITE? NEED
REPAIR OR INSTALLA-
TION? Call Western Auto
of Starke today. Dish or
DirecTV, 904-964-6841.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $100 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR
IN-HOME ELDERLY OR
DISABLED CARE? Ma-
ture Christian woman,
caring and loving. Expe-
rienced in assisted living
and hospice patients.
Certifications in medica-
tion, CPR and first aide
Part time or around the
clock. Reasonable rates
Call Debbie Halle at 904-
368-1253.
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KASEY COLLINS elderly
care. Appointments.
meals.,housecleaning and
yard Some repairs, day
trips, most every need.
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and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley
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EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
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Excellent pay and ben-
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FL 32091.904-964-6220.
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NEEDED ASAP FRONT
DESK PERSON FOR
BUSY family practice ol-
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computer skills, people
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,and must know how to
.verify insurances. Pay
negotiable. Possible lon-
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volume.- Fax resume
with 3 references to 904-
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ARMED SECURITY OFFI-
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Sat. & Sun, 2pm tit 10pm,
great benefits. Call 904-
399-1813. EOE, M/F/
D/N.
F/T POSITION TEACHER
FOR 3RD GRADE. Pay
based on experience and
education, Church at-
tendance at an evan-
gelical church required.
Experienced teaching
Abeka curriculum pre-
ferred. Looking for some-
one interested in making
this a career (longevity).
Contact Toby or Glenda
at 904-964-7124.
VERY BUSY CARRIER
100% 0/0 Pull vans.
flats or tanks in Florida
SE, Midwest and West,
out and back. Paid empty
and loaded, fuel card, no
fees, paid, fuel tax, home
weekends. Call 904-781-
0457 or 800-606-8344
CUSTOMER SERVICE
REPRESENTATIVES
wanted to work. Full time
or part time, Mon-Frin. For
more information, call
888-284-7754
NAPA AUTO PARTS OF
STARKE is looking to


hire a full-time auto and
truck parts specialist.
Salary relative to experi-
ence Benefits available
401K, apply in person at
155 East Brownlee St. in
Starke.
FULL-TIME TRANSCRIP-
TIONIST NEEDED. Must
type 75 CWPM with 95%
accuracy score. 1yr
hospital transcription ex-
perience strongly pre-
ferred. Must have strong
background in medical
terminology and be com-
puter literate with experi-
ence in use of Microsoft
Word. Must be proficient
in grammar, spelling, edit-
ing and proofreading skills
along with high profes-
sional ethics. Apply at
Shands Starke Hospital,
922 E. Call St.. Starke,
FL 32091,904-368-2300.
EOE/M/F/DN.
HANDS AT STARKE PO-
SITIONS AVAILABLE:
LPNs/Certilied Medical
Assistants FT and PT.
Competitive salaries and
benefits available. Apply
at Shands Starke Hospi-
tal, 922 E. Call St., Starke,
FL 32091,904-368-2300
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LOOKING TO SHARE A
RIDE Future UNF stu-
dent would like to carpool
starting in August. Edu-
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K-6 Call 904-964-6387
it interested.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CLASS A OR, B CDL
Clean record WCC Site
Development. 352-485-
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HAIR SrYLISr AND NAIl.
li' t l I ie ded"i1 lor a blisy
salon, in Starke. Call 904-
964-6848 or 904-364-
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MT'S STEAKHOUSE NOW
HIRING DISHWASHER,
servers, kitchen help.
Apply from 2-4pm daily
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SALES CONSULTANT -
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an immediate opening for
sales consultant. Position
offers competitive com-
pensation and benefits
package. Apply in per-
son at 835 W Walnut St.
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will be contacted. EOE.
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of Revenue To apply
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tion, must be submiitted
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Continued from p.8B
their disease state-their
chronic condition-so that
when they go to the doctor's
office they can ask good
questions and have a better
understanding of their disease
state, to help them make better
choices."
As an example of what she
does as part of her job, Sapp
said she was recently contacted
by a care manager concerning
a patient who was an asthmatic
and taking several allergy
medications. One of- the-
il-medications was not going to
be covered by Medicaid any
longer, so Sapp was asked
what other medications were
available that would be
covered. Not only did Sapp
research possible medication
options, but she also looked
into the patient's medication
and claims history as well as
put together some detailed
information on allergy
treatments. The information
was saved to the patient's
profile.
In another instance, Sapp ;
may have a care manager
contact her about a patient who
has congestive heart failure, is
taking 10 to 12 medications
and is experiencing a possible
side effect from one of the
-medications. Sapp may be
asked to determine if one of
the medications could indeed
.. be causing a side effect or if a
possible interaction is
occurring between two or more
of the medications.
Through the coordination
- between' Sapp and care
managers, patients are
provided with information they
can discuss with their
physicians. If a care manager
thinks a patient isn't able to
effectively discuss that
information with a physician,
'Sapp is asked to provide it to
the physician. She does so via
automated fax, making sure
the physician's office receives
it before a particular patient's
visit.
Though Sapp has access to
-patients' medical information,
Snone of that information is
saved on the laptop computer
she works on. The data is
accessed by logging into the
mainframe of the McKesson
Corporation, which has taken
the necessary precautions to
prevent patient information
from being accessed or seen by
others.
"All the systems that we use
are HIPAA compliant," Sapp
said, adding, "I can't keep
anything -in my office: If I do
print something out that has
patient information, I'm
-- -required to shred it at the-end
of my day. They also have
unannounced annual visits to
. each employee's home to
make sure we are .HIPAA
compliant."
It 'has been a learning
process for Sapp, who has
worked in the McKesson
program for approximately a
year. She's not the only one
learning, though. Having
pharmacists as part of a
disease management program
is relatively new for the
McKesson Corporation, she
said. That has allowed Sapp
and the program's other
pharmacist to provide input V
__._into the design -of their roles.
"So far, everything that
we've been trying has been
working and working really
well," Sapp said. "We're really
fortunate in that respect."
It has been an adjustment for
Sapp to be without the
interaction between co-
workers that occurs in most
work settings, but she does
stay in contact with
HealthierFlorida's other
pharmacist. They "jabber,"
Sapp said, through instant
messaging, discussing how
their day went, any issues
either one is facing or projects
they are working on as part of
: .their job.
Sapp said she is thankful for
the technology that has made
her job possible and allows her
to accomplish what she does.
"It amazes me that I'm able
to do what I'm able to do and
communicate with so many
people across the state," she
said.
Sapp has been a practicing
pharmacist since 1991. She
thought dermatology might be
the career for her when she


was a student at Bradford High
School until she learned that it
would be an'approximate 12-
year process. Her chemistry
Teacher asked her if-she had
ever considered pharmacy.
They talked about it, with Sapp
deciding to go that route.
"I'm really glad I did," she
said. "Being in pharmacy, you
are able to help people. I enjoy
helping people."
-.. After graduating from the
University of Florida, Sapp
went to work briefly for an
independent pharmacy in


Dawn Sapp
Orange Park. She then worked
at Riverside Hospital in
-Jacksonville before moving to
Orlando, where she worked at
the M.D. Anderson Cancer
Center. She educated patients
about their chemotherapy
treatments and talked to them
about pain management. Sapp
said she probably spent too
much time with those patients
because once she got to talking
with them, topics turned to
family and other issues at the
forefront of their minds.
Those talks, however,
helped patients through a
difficult time in their lives.
"It was just very fulfilling to
provide a service .and to help
folks," Sapp said.
Sapp said she envisioned


moving back to Lawtey at
some point in her life,. but
thought it would be closer to
her time of retirement.
However, she married Fred
Sapp, who was living in
Lawtey, which brought her
back sooner than anticipated.
That's OK, though. She
enjoys being back home,
seeing people she knew when
she lived there before and
being closer to her parents. She
especially likes the fact her
teenage son, Evander, gets to
see more of his grandparents.-
"I'm one of those parents
who believes that grandparents
are % ery.imprtanLin a.childs--
life.'" Sapp said. "I've always
tried to make sure my son
spends as much time with my
parents as possible. He's going
to spend even more time with
them now. I think that's a
blessing."
Sapp did work briefly in
Gainesville after moving back
to Lawtey, but she was looking
for a job that offered her the
same schedule she worked in
Orlando-strictly days and no
weekends. She figured she
would always have some kind
of commute from home, but
she then discovered the
position with the McKesson
Corporation.
"I was just doing an online
job search," Sapp said. "I don't
remember how I came about
searching for 'work, from
home,' but there it popped up;
They were recruiting at .the
time for the position."


It seemed like the perfect fit,
and it has been at this point in
her life, Sapp said. If she was
younger, she would probably
want to work outside of the


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