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Union County times
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Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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1131251 UC 10 **B-010
P.K. YOUNGE LIBRARY 11

T IUNIV OF FL
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GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7007

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012 100TH YEAR -14TH ISSUE 75 CENTS



In this issue Foundation equips Providence playground
BY TIFFANY CLARK thanked the foundation for their his involvement in the parks and Duraht, County Commissioner Cossey, Lisa Johnson and Pat
Times Editor contributions to the citizens of the said he was a blessing to Union Ricky Jenkins, Clerk of Court Cunningham.
School cafeterias county. Smith recognizedAudrey County. Regina, Parrish, Chairman According to Smith,each of the
get newThe Providence Village Bulard and her son John (not Members from the Suwannee Wayne Smith, Library Director counties served by the foundation
Park recently received new present) who originally donated Valley Community Foundation Mary Brown, School Board to include Columbia, Hamilton, State: Union's playground equipment with the land for the park. He also advisory board in attendance member Becky Raulerson Lafayette, Suwannee and Union
-schools are golden $5,000 that was donated by the recognized Sarah Jane Holmes included: Bettye Lane, Daniel with children Karly-Ann and Counties, has a designated
Suwannee Valley Community for the land she had donated Crapps, Secretary Joseph Zeb, Fannie Riggins, Dorothy person representing the county.
Elections chief Foundation. for a different park in the area Persons, Audrey Bullard and Grimmage, Rhonda Smith 'Present for the unveiling was
tests equipment Chairman Wayne Smith met that also received equipment. Vice-Chair James Montgomery. (Smith's daughter), Glenda Union's representative Avery
with members of the Foundation Holmes said, "We live in critical Community members and Smith (Smith's wife), Holmes, Worthington's at the park to unveil a sign that times." She thanked Smith for officials present were: Eric County Commissioner Karen See PARK page 9A
Morningstar Baptist breaks ground i.
on new church *!,
Lake Butler firefighter earns volunteer
chief of the year
Class of 1952
celebrates 60th
reunion
Early voting
startsAug. 4
Library hosts band
night, raises $200
School board i J
recognizes FFA ..
state champions County designates
part of C.R. 18 as Above: (lr) Karly-Ann and Zeb Raulerson play on some of the new park equipment at
Santa Fe Military Trail the Providence Village Park.
U Left: The appreciation sign thanked the Suwannee Valley Community Foundation
Unemployment for their contribution to the citizens of Union County. After the unveiling, an error on
rises in June -t ii aet
the sign was discovered. A new sign is in the process of being made to replace and Football players' .. correct this._,
summer days "' *Z&
Local woman
travels to Bosnia







Important.
Election.
Information
The Supervisor of elections
office recently gave notice on 7..
information concerning the
upcoming election.
Supervisor of Elections officials and community members gathered together for the unveiling of the appreciation sign at the Providence Village Park. (Back row, I-r) Eric Debbie Osborne said, "In the Durant, Ricky Jenkins, Regina Parrish, Wayne Smith, Daniel Crapps, Bettye Lane, Joe Persons and Mary Brown. (Front row, I-r) Becky Raulerson case of any confusion, all parties with Karly-Ann and Zeb, Fannie Riggin% Avery Roberts, Dorothy Grimmage, Audrey Bullard, Rhonda Smith (Smith's daughter), Glenda Smith will have races to vote on in the (Smith's wife), Sarah Jane Holmes, James Montgomery, Karen Cossey, Lisa Johnson and Pat Cunningham.
primary election."
If you ha .ve any questions call f S om
the aso. ofEletons office Union County Sheriff's Office in lifesaving business
the Superviso of Elections office at 386-496-2236 Monday thru
Friday from 7:30 to 5:00 p.m. Sheriff Jerry Whitehead arrest every day have no prior an electrical pulse through the to pay for the costs to purchase has been trained on the use of the recently announced that the knowledge that they have had heart to restore a normal, heart these units. Our deputies are out AEDs and every patrol vehicle Union County Sheriff's Office heart disease and 13 percent of rhythm. The chances of a sudden there day and night and many has one: We have worked with has committed to help protect the all workplace fatalities resulted cardiac arrest victim's survival times they are the first on the our Emergency Medical Services Headstart lives of Union County citizens from sudden cardiac arrest. decreases by 7 to 10 percent for scene. If the situation requires to make sure that our technology
when needed with the use of "With the issue of AEDs to our every minute that passes without medical attention, arming them and uhiits are interoperable announces Cardiac Science automated law-enforcemeni officers we are this. Therefore, defibrillation with AEDs only makes sense. If together. Thisis another example
external defibrillators, (AEDs) sending a clear message 'to our must be administered within the they save one 'ife then the cost of law enforcement, fire and classes outfitting every patrol vehicle, community that we are in the life first few minutes iriorder for it to will be worth it." medical units working together
Lake Butler Headstart has According to the saving business," said Sheriff be most effective. Lt. Lyn Williams said, "We to better care for the citizens of
announced its new Headstart American Heart. Association, Jerry Whitehead. Whitehead said,"This has been researched many vehdors before our communities."
VPK program for children three cardiovascular, disease is the According to Cardiac Science, a top priority tod issue AEDs to choosing Cardiac ,Science. The office purchased 20 AED and four years of age by Sept. 1. nation's number .one killer. 50 the only .definitive treatment all our Units for many years. We They have a reputation. for: units and also installed AEDs for This will be for six hours of daily. percent of the 1,000 Americans for sudden cardiac arrest is a have, persistently been working dependability and the units are Headstart services or three hours who die from sudden cardiac defibrillation shock, which sends on grants and funding of anytype durable. The entire department See AED page 9A
dail of VKservices (ouryear-olds can qualify for both .
programs.) Headstart is from 8 ...
a~mto 2m frm m2to
5 p.m. for .the 2012-2013 school ....
year. For more information
contact Lake Butler Headstart ...
386-496-2160. < .. l
All services are free of Charge .for eligible participating, families, and include educational ~~i:.
experiences that encourage
kindergarten readiness, nutritional meals, family"
partnering and services for
children with disabilities. Space
is limited.

Lions Club
meets
The Lions Chub of Lake Butler
will meet on the first and third
Wednesdays of every month .Y .4,.at noon. Meetings are held at '- .. ,. "... 4 ".' -4
Carter's Fried Chicken of Lake Major Gary Seay, Investigator Jerry Feltner, Deputies Willie Lee, Brett Handley, John Riggs, David Shane, John Whitehead, Mindy Goodwin, Scott Butler, located on Main Street. Andrews, Lt. Lyn Williams, Capt. Marvin Tomlinson, Deputy Billy Townsend, Deputy Todd Hanlon along with several ethers were trained on the ~use of AEDs.

DE) ADLINE. MONDAY 5 P.M. BEFORE PUBlCATION PHONE 386-496-2261' FAX 386-496-2 58 f

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2A UNION CouNTY TIMES THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012

School cafeterias get new standards State: Union schools are golden

In the upcoming school children may have a shorter life choose which three options they year, the .Union County School span than their parents. The new want, and how much they'll eat. Board will be changes in school national standards are meant The Union County School nutrition, to help improve the health and Board plans to embrace the
The newv standard is a well being of 32 million kids in new national standard changes
response to the public law Ill I- the United States^ to school meals. "We always296, Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids The new standards make the look at providing the finest i4 "
Act of 2010 (HHFKA). This same kinds of practical changes nutritional support contributingA historic legislation marked the that many parents already to the overall wellness of our most comprehensive changes to encourage at home including: students, to help them perform the school nutrition environment Ensuring students are offered at their best," said Betsy ~ in more than a generation. both fruits and vegetables every Whitehead, Supervisor of Food There have been significant day of the week. Service.
advancements in the Substantially increasing The USDA designed............I
understanding of human offerings of whole grain-rich the nevv rule around the nutrition in last the 15 years. foods. recommendations from a panel
The HHFKA required the Offering only fat-free or low- of experts brought together
USDA to update school meal fat milk varieties; .bthIniueofMdcea .
nutrition standards over the Limiting calories based on the gold standard evidence-based anext three years to reflect the age of the children being served health analysis. The new most current dietary science, to ensure proper portion' size. standards 'were also updated to (1-r) Superintendent Carlton Faulk, Middle School Assistant Principal Carolyn Parrish, and to combat the epidemic of Increasing the focus on reflect the key changes from Elementary School Guidance counselor Amy Britt and High School Principal Mike Ripplinger.
childhood obesity, which is as reducing the amounts of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for urgent a problem as childhood saturated fat, trans fats and Americans, which is the federal BY TIFFANY CLARK *The total number of hours Ripplinger, receiving for the
hunger. .sodium. government's benchmark for Times Editor in volunteer service equals Lake Butler Middle School
Nearly one in three children The serving of meals is also nutrition. .Union County's high twice the number of students was Assistant Principal
are at risk of preventable undergoing an overhaul so that For more information contact, school, middle school and enrolled in the school. Carolyn Parrish and accepting diseases such as diabetes and --schools that offer four or more Betsy Whitehead, 386496- elementary school received Any volunteer activity that for the elementary school heart disease due to being healthy options in one lunch line 2045 or at wvhiteheadb@ union. *h odnSho wr otiue otesuetswsgiac oneo m
oveweghtorobee.If ef wil se he"Ofervs.Seve"k1.flus .from the Florida Department improvement may be counted. B ri tt. unaddressed, health experts say system. Instead of being handed that the current generation of .a pre-made plate, students can of Education. The Union *This can include fundraising. UCHS had a total of 3,9,45
County School Board Receiving the award on hours, LBMS had' a total..of
E Ie t i ns h e t sts eq U p rien t recognized these awards and behalf of Union County High 2,836 hours and LBES had a
theacheveens o al theeSchool was* principal Mike total of 174,690. schools at. the recent school
board meeti ng hel d i n Jul y.
According to the Florida Salvation Is Available for All;
Gdertent hof Ewducaion thve Some believe and teach that salvation is only available for a jaGol Schol wrdcgis guie limited group of people. Is this true? To answer this question
anuly.orconzpbi we must realize that. God desires all to be saved (2 Peter 3:9; 1
IJcoowth eemlr Timothy 2:4). If God wants all to be saved, then He would
volunteer programs. Hours make salvation available for all. In addition, Jesus died for all (2
Donated in all forms of Corinthians 5:14-15) even for the vilest sinner. Paul said,
~"'Yvolunteering (mentor, tutors, "1Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am
~Q:..~:advisors and advocates) are chief' (1 Timothy 1: 15). Jesus commanded the apostles to teach
Included, all people everywhere the gospel (Mark 16:15; Matthew 28:1 ).
~4 The Goloen School award The reason all need to hear the gospel is because its mesg f
is 'presented to recognize salvation is available to all. Even though salvation is available
adelta s o nd ary andt fhor all it is conditional. As Jesus said, "He who believes and. is
adul scholsthatmeetthe baptized shall be saved" (Mark 16:16). following criteria.
Debbie Osborne reviews the Information all poll workeIcs need to know prior and *Minimum of.80 percent of'
during the election. (1-r) Debbie Osborne and Mary Brown. the school staff participated Danville Church of Christ
in training related to school 8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL

BY TIFFANY CLARK "~vlners..Phone: 386-496-3880
Times Editor .* Sho' vlnerE-mail: danvilleflcucfhrs yaocm
coordinator is. designated cucocrs~ao~o
for recruitment, placement,BilStdat:0A onSuad730PoWe
The pre-election test 'for the Bibl riigadspriin Shipy at 0:00 AMnSu and :0 PM on un.
automatic tabulation equipment trinn andsupervision._WorshipAt_________and_5:00_PMonSun
tc be used in the7 -upcomirig--.. '' ri
election was held on. July: 27,..at
the Supervisor of Elections office
as required. by Florida Statute. J o h n
The public was invited to

,,!,testing of the equipment and toCOPR
inspect the -procedures used in
the system.
*The machine operators were,
set up on the left side of the---..... building so that they could
learn or refresh themselves on
the. proper procedures to use
during elections while using the ...I "f .
equipment. During this process, F O R retnsrcsmcmeoeaoso
theymce are ete to beansure proper use and procedures of machines to be used in*f lfl' *
they re..up tostanard.the upcoming election. Shirley Johns (at front) follows ~ ~ *~
Inormtio Tec Spciaist the directions, inserting her blank ballot to be sure the
*Billy Hall served as an instructor, machine is working properly. m m m~
explaining in detail the entire. Xprocess. He also demonstrated CUT
the use of the equipment, to Uniton, (& untp .Tm e
include the special features for USPS 648-200 -.Nfl~ ,
*the vision or hearing impaired. Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage JlU D G E
Computer Audit Analyst from Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
the ivison o Eletion inPOSTMASTER:~ Send.-address changes to:




THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012 0 UNION COUNTY TIMEs 3A,


Worthington's Morningstar Baptist breaks ground on new church
Members of the Morningstar
Baptist Church gathered for the
groundbreaking of the new 2,400
sq ft church soon to be built in
Worthington Springs. The congregation, no'v at
about 30, currently meets in
Alachua but is looking forward
to the new "permanent home."
The church is being built at .
11520 West C.R. 18. Morton ,
Builders of Gainesville w;ill.
begin construction sometime i
in August with a completion
..expected in the fall. L k
.Present for thegroundbreaking
was Betty Baker, Hazel Wall,
>.Eleanor Troxell, Pastor Micheal
Divine, Eli Troxell, Jonathan .!Traven, Tom Fillyaw Joyce .
Traver, Aaron Traver, Chris
Short, KJ. Mullen, Mike Wall,
Debbie Divine, L.M. Saucerman,
John Johnson, Dean Troxeli,
Robert Worrell, Lula Mae
Bridgman Ronnie Hall and Nita Members of the Morningstar Baptist Church gathered for the groundbreaking of the new 2,400 sq ft church in Worthington Springs. (Front row, I-r)
FJohadito r i and Betty Baker, Hazel Wall, Eleanor Troxell, Pastor Micheal Divine, Eli Troxell, Jonathan Traven, Tom Fillyaw and Joyce Traver. (Back row, I-r) Aaron Foervice times contact 352-494- Traver, Chris Short, K.J. Mullen, Mike Wall, Debbie Divine, L.M. Saucerman, John Johnson, Dean Troxell, Robert Worrell, Lula Mae Bridgman,
2187. Ronnie Hall and Nita Johnson.

Upcoming Library continues summer program: "Dream big -Read!"

.LibraryP
programs set
Summer fun at the Union
County Public Library (unless ....
otherwise noted) each Thursday /
at 10 am. with programs for the
whole family.All programs are
free and open to the public.
Upcoming events are as T",
follows:
Aug. 2, Explore space 0,
with NASA.
0- August 9, end of
summer bash.

UC Food
Pantry in need i '4''
'-of donations
The Union County Food
Pantry, located at 125 E. Main Continuing the library's theme of "Dream Big Read!" the Creatures of the Night program had dress up, face painting, crafts, and a spooky room.
Left: Hannah Perron sits still while Leigh Stetten volunteers to paint a glittery butterfly on her.Right: Amber Short and daughter Harper Rogers St. in Lake Butler, is in desperate..
need of food donations. pose in front of a castle wall and night scene at the face paint station.
The pantry is also in need of
fan donations to help cool the seniors and persons- with to age five for the following Warner program is in need ofvolunteers during the 'summer 'disabilities to understand health counties: Columbia, Hamilton, cheer coaches and assistants to months insurance. choices, apply for Lafayette, Suwannee, and Union coach the Tiny Mite, Mighty
The pantry's hours are 8 assistance and file appeals. Counties. Mite and Peewee levels of the
am to 12 p.m. every Monday, SHINE does not sell insurance If any person(s) interested -cheerleaders for the upcoming
Wednesday ....... d Friday. or represent any insurance entity. in attending this meeting has season..,Each coach,. a..assistant
For info rni a Ob f W.arn about a disability requiring special willhave to have a background directlynationsmatry, bedrd o volunteering? for SI-lNE, call the assistance. please contact Stacy check. The beginhnig" 'of the Isrney at the a nt atCoberts ELDER HELPLINE at 1-800- Nettles at (386) 752-9770.. season is Aug. 2. If you are Insurance or at the Union Countyinterested, contactKaseySellars, Times.
Cheer Coordinator, at 386-266Union County 9202.
Senior Citizen Committee Farmer's '
programs set meets Market Cheer Coaches
An activities program has The Early Learning Coalition Mha 'been set for senior citizens atthe of Florida's Gateway, Inc. The Union County Farmer's for Pop-W arner
Executive Committee Meeting Market will be open every Worthington Springs community will be held on Monday, August Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Union County Pop Warner Center to be held on Mondays 6, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. at the will be having a car wash at three
And Wednesdays from 10 a.m. different locations this Saturday,
t.! 3 p.m. A variety of games are Coalition Office at 1104 SWAu.4 fo 8am.t12p.
valuable. Non-expensive meals Main Blvd, Lake City. Cheer Coaches Aug. 4; from 8 a.m. td 12 pm.
Areaovailable ohepi as TheCHardees in Lake Butler, Spires DThe-Warner IGA in Lake Butler and the S &
funds. state and federal funding for allevrytiy, vacatinver endi
school readiness programs birth The Union County Pop o n sorth th prgra Come out and support the, program hvrun&Igondplsa
Me by giving the pop-warner an WHOLESALE PAICING
M edicare/ SIPE0YPo i ,wl
M edicaid_ 4 SMT H SON'S opportunity to clean your car for
'M medicaid & Accessories. youS
ci FEED AND SEED ,
-ounse,,na setRivers Edge Decor I
!' There will be free Medicare!/8X8 M sut
:Medicaid counseling sponsored r 48"48ROADef
:by SHINE on the 2nid and 4th ROAD_Wednesday of everymonth from Ct ri~ CONSTRUCTION .Pout
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County. JtcIS SIGNS Aviale
:* Health Department, 495 E. Main __Sst. in Lake Butler. Located in ProvidenceE EC

-SHINE counselors assist 386-755-4328 "(,12 miles west of Lake Butler)
VOTE FOR Janet Cox


ERI CK HARRISON


FOR


S FOR SCHOOL BQARD, DISTRICT 4 -"it would be anhonor to serve you"

Would like to take this opportunity to say, THANK YOU for your i nvtbedet h
fatflsupport in my quest to become your Community Liaison in the C ag leadership iinvtbedeothretirement of the current union County School Board, Distnict 4 seat. Tax Collector. Take this opportunity to make a positive change with a
iI am a 1994 graduate of Union County High School. I have been employed with the Union County
Transportation School System since 1995 as a Bus Driver and currently hold a position as a Mental Health new face and a fresh voice by electing Janet Cox Harrison as your next 'Security Shift Supervisor at Northeast Florida State Hospital in Baker County. I am also an active church Tax Collector. ritnember at St. John Missionary Baptist Church of Providence, in our proud community.
have lived in this community all of my life.lI am a parent, like many of you, with children in the Union I have been employed for 20 years in county government with the
County School System. I am running for this office because I know that it takes more than hard work, it takes a lsnieyasmanaging the pyolfor Alahu Crty School Board. jpassionate effort to ensure that all voices in our community are heard, and represented fairly. I have been .ls ieyaspyol 1~a1u on
following closely the decisions that former School Board Members have made, some popUlar, and others we as I work with a staff of five managing and balancing in excess of parents and tax.payers have opposed, and the experience has helped me better understand our School District $150,000,000 million annual budget paying over 4,500 employees. and the challenges we will be facing in the years to come. If elected, please know that I hold to this truism, to M.cm imn oyu h iieso no ony st rvd
ensureequal opportunity forevery child. I am thankful to our educators, parents, community, and some of cm im n oyu h iieso no ony st rvd
our previously elected board members who have made some innovative decisions to help create thie framework efficient and courteous service that you should expect and deserve. of a top.brotch GRADE A School system these past few years, buit the work is far from done. I pledge to you that I will continue this-communi-ty effort as we strive for sustainable excellence in our schools. I want to. represent your voice in school board discussions. I want to represent your vote in school board decisions that will benefit our children and our community: V O TE A UU T 44 0 1
"OUR CHILDREN, OUR FUTURE" U UT.
PoL. Adv. paid for and approved by Erick Durant for School Board District 4. POL ADV PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY JANET cox HARRISON FOR, UNION COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.





4A UNION CouNTY TIMES THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012


High School Lake Butler firefighter earns
dates to volunteer chief of the year Class of 1952 celebrates 60th
remember
The dates each class can begin
their selection for parking spaces
and lockers has been set. This
is a first come, first choice basis
within the designated areas,
* Monday, Aug. 6, Seniors
*Tuesday, Aug. 7, Juniors
* Wednesday, Aug. 8,
Sophomores
*Thursday, Aug. 9, Freshman
Th cost of the parking permit
is $10.00. You will need to
provide us with your current
operators driver's license, current
registration and current up to
date insurance card* There is
paperwork that has to be signed,
so the student that the parking The UCHS graduating class of 1952 celebrated their 60th Class Reunion earlier

must be present. Friends or this year. The reunion was held at the fellowship hall at the Lake Butler Church of
family members cannot purchase Christ. Class members said they enjoyed the time to visit with each other and renew
the parking permit for the friendships. A buffet luncheon was catered and served by the Katheryne Griffis family
student. These permits will be and a short informal program was held afterwards for classmates and guests. The
sold during the above dates from i I. reunion was a success however members of the class said a sad remembrance for
8:00 a.m' until 4:00 p.m. in the the day was the wreck and death of former classmate Michael Bud Dctbbs, who had
Media, Center. Please enter thru planned to attend.
the Media Center doors facing Picture submitted by Ann Hendricks.
the front of the school. Parking Mike BanksPermits and lockers will not be The Florida Fire Chiefs Association recently awarded sold the week of Monday, Aug. Lake Butler's fire/rescue Fire Chief Mike Banks as the __ ,________l_11_I_.__13, through Friday, Aug. 17. Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year.
Selling will resume on selling on
Monday, Aug. 20. parking permits. Cash only. Auditorium
The cost of the lockers is Orientation nights have also 10th, 1 Ith, and 12th Grades, $5.00. These will be sold in the been set: Tuesday, Aug. 7, at 6:30 p.m. in
Media' Center also. during the 9th Grade, Monday, Aug. the UCHS Auditorium. same datesand time frame as the 6, at 6:30 p.m. in the UCHS

"Poifickal Adv Pd. for and bppwved by C e k o o r
Terri Dougass. Dem..for Tax Collector"
ug' ~V O tE4i a ensitht"oei hr heart is." -My heart andhome are in
.. Union County. It is theplace I choose to raise my children. -As a 1989 graduate
of union county High Schoolandafifth generation Union County resident, I have a vestedinterest in its future anda deey commitment to serve its citizens. With your help andsuppor you andi working together can continue to build 'Union County's future. It wouldbe an honor andayrivilege to serve you as your next Cerk of Court. It is my commitment to each of you to be the best public servant I can be andto .trivefor the highest standards in the office of Cerk of Court. -Pat

Thank you for your vote and support m August 14!

It' ti efraP SIIEC A G *Serving citizens with integrity, professionalism, honesty, and compassion
*Providing quality serve maiizing efficiency reducing costs New Leadership, New'rdeas, Accountability, Outstanding Service.. *Spending invested tax dollars wisely with accountability
i Y OLL CS*Maintaining public trust and confidence wlile providing fiscal accuracy
in YOUR, TAX COLLECTOR'S office ,:::......: :::- ....'- ...::
K ."POLmCAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY PAT CUNNINGHAM, DEMOCRAT, FOR UNION COUNTY CLERK OF COURT










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The Voice of Florida0* Law Enforcement Officers



NEWS RELEASE
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ethics aria integrity that the judicial service demands. Her commitment to the fair and equitable treatment of all under the law makes her the perfect candidate to serve as Union County's next judicial member..
e Through the diverse range of cases in which Therese has litigated, she has
demonstrated a staunch respect for and adherence to law and procedure. Hecr ovrhrcsla ihterqie mprilt n opsinw xetipersonal character is beyond reproach and there is no doubt that she will preside
iudge.
Tihe law enforcement, corrections and correctional probation officers throughout Union County and the entire North-Central Florida region ask that you stand
with us in support of Therese Tru~love for Union County Judge.






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THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012 0 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A
A u g dia tr4etr by pople affected by teohrrgas
disaster. Eligibility 'for FEMA
ar vng s t recovery assistance is not dependent onincome. The determination on

BY TIFFANY CLARK Cunningham has held the Lake Butler for II years before continues Disaster-aid- i no.
doe n t ffct an eligible applicant receives:,
Times Editor position of budget analyst with retiring in 2006 and currently More than a month after does not affeis based on the amount of'loss
the Union County School Board owns the construction firm Tropical Storm Debby soaked i S uity, ad incurred as direct .
Early voting begins this since 1998 and is also a state Richard 0. Tillis Contracting, Florida. $21 million in state and Social Secur el ndhdamages red as ad
Earl x'tin fo therimr crtiied uilinoconractr. nc.fedral id as eenresult of 4 he recent storms andSaturday, Aug. 4, for the primary certified building contractor. Inc. federal aid has been approved to Medicare flooding and the amount of their
election. The only early voting Seay-Barnett said, "I feel that Web is currently a financial help those affected by the storm insurance settlement, if any.
location in Union County is at the I am a good candidate because representative at Modem and flooding. Supervisor of Elections office in of my honesty, patience and Woodmen of America and is on More than 12,000 survivors Florida's disaster recovery,
Lake Butler. diligence to do a good job. I a school advisory council. have contacted the Federal People who receive federal visit www.fema.gov or http://
The local races that will appear have a love of God and our Candidates for County Emergency ManbgementAgency disaster assistance as a result of www.floridadisaster.org/. On on the ballot are: community.- Commission District three are: for help or information regarding Tropical Storm Debby will not Facebook, go to www.facebogk.
Candidates for County Judge Candidates for Tax Collector Jimmy Tallman and William E. disaster assistance. Many people pay additional income taxes or com/FloridaSERT. To receive
re: Bo Bayer, John Cooper, are: Tern i Douglass, Janet Doyle. are seeking housing assistance see any reduction in their Social Twitter updates: http:/itwitter.
Therese Truelove, John E. Harrison, Lisa Johnson, Linda Tallman is the incumbent, from FEMA because their Security checks or any other com/FLSERr or ww.twitter.
Maines IV, Russell Wade and Norcross (who all will appear Doyle spent 32 years working primary home is unlivable or federal benefits. com/fE r .
Dan Webb. on the primary ballot) and Chris in partnership in a family-farming inaccessible. Disaster assistance for com/femaregion4.
Bayer has been the Assistant Mecusker. and cattle operation in and For survivors who have needs temporary housing, essential our citizens and first responders
State Attorney Division Chief of Douglass had a 32-year career arourrd Union County, worked other than federal assistance, the home repairs, replacement of to ensure that as a nation we Union County for the past fifteen in insurance in a variety of and helped, in the operation of FEMA helpline (800-621-3362) personal property or for otherr work together to build, sustain, plus years and attended the UF positions before retiring this past the family-owned company, serves as a single source of needs does not count as income il t
College of Law. year. Williams LP Gas and was on information --referring survivors Disaster relief payments from the and improve our capability to
Cooper has represented people Harrison was employed the Union County Extension to partner agencies such as the government or donations from prepare for, protect against. in Union County and surrounding with the school board for nine Agricultural Advisory Board for Salvation Army, the American charitable organizations will not re to, rcvrfrom, .,
counties for the past twenty years and a half years as the payroll more than 10 years. Red Cross and the U.S. Small affect Social Security payments mitigate all hazards. and attended the UF College of coordinator and is currently in Candidates for County Business Administration. or Medicare benefits. isaste reco er toe "
Law. her ninth year as the payroll Commission District five. are Other callers may be interested People can register with the is available without regard to'.."
Truelove has been a Guardian manager for the Alachua County Ralph Courson, Travis W. Croft in disaster unemployment Federal Emergency Management race, color, religion, nationality,.... ad Litem Attorney for Union School District. and Barry Sams. assistance orlegal aid. Businesses Agency for disaster assistance sex, age; disability, English'.,
County in conjunction with Johnson is currently the Courson worked for the Union are also referred tothe SBA. by using any of the following ciency or economic status.
Baker. and Bradford counties, a assistant tax collector in Union County Sheriffs Office as a K-9 The following is a snapshot of methods: If you or someone you know.,
private lawyer and attended UF 'County and has worked in the tax and jailer, started the Ralph the disaster recovery effort as of By phone, call 800-621- has been discriminated against,, Cotlege of Law. collector's office for 25 years. Courson Construction Company July 27: FEMA (3362) from 7 a.m. to 10 call FEMA toll-free at 800-621-,
Maines IV has six years as an Norcross is in her 20th year as a custom homebuilder and is 4,190 households approved p.m. Assistance is available in FEMA (3362). If you have a Assistant Public Defender and with the Union County School the owner of CA.B. (Courson, for FEMA grants that assist with most languages. People who are speech disability or hearing loss-. Assistant State Attorney, was District, serving in seyeral Anglin, Baker) commercial housing and personal property deaf or hard of hearing may call 7585 directly; if you use 711 or the' assigned prosecutor and is different capacities. company. loss. (TTY) 800-462-7585. Video Relay Service (VRS), call
the current attorney for the City Candidates for School Board Croft is a service technician for $14.8 million approved for Online at www. 800-621-3362.
of Lake Butler. He attended District four are: Erick Durant, Coca Cola, a farmer and a former housing grants, including short- DisasterAssistance.gov. FEMA's temporary housing
Emory University Law School in Buddy Finley, Becky Raulerson, residential home contractor. term rental assistance, home By tablet or smartphone, use assistance and grants for publicAtlanta. Richard 0. Tillis and Robert L. Sams has worked -for the repair~and replacement costs. the FEMA app or go to m.fema, transportation expenses, medical.
Wade spent four years as an Webb Jr. Union County school Board for $1.9 million approved to cover gov. ansportal expenses, medicalassociate attorney before opening Durant is employed with the past 29 years and has served other essential disaster-related Those who have experienced and burial expenses do not a 14w practice in Union County the State of Florida at North in administrative and managerial, needs, such as medical and damage from the storms may be require individuals to apply in 2004, is the current Aitorney East Florida State Hospital as a positions for the last 17 years. dental expenses and lost personal eligible for FEMA's Individuals for an SBA loan. However, for the County and attended UF Mental Health Security Specialist According to the Supervisor possessions. and Households Program. applicants who receive SBA,
College of Law. Supervisor, is a Union County of Elections, there are 7,083 $4.3 million approved. for This may cover expenses for loan applications must submit
Webb has been a full time Bus Driver, and has worked as a registered voters, 4521 SBA low-interest disaster loans temporary housing, home them to SBA loan officers to bei litigator for over 10 years, is substitute teacher and custodian Democrats, 2,016 Republicans, to help repair homes and replace repairs, replacement of damaged, eligible for assistance that covers currently Senior Litigation in the Union County School 403 with no party affiliation and damaged personal property. personal property and other' Counsel with' Vernis and District. 143 others. 9,233 home inspections disaster-related needs, such as personal property, vehicle repair
Bowling, PA. in Jacksonville, is Finley is the owner/operator The Supervisor of Elections completed. medical, dental or transportation or replacement, and moving and
the current Union Coanty school of New Horizons Computer office is located at 175 West 6,721 visits to disaster recovery costs not covered by insurance or s board attorney and attended the Services and is retired from the. Main Street. For information Florida Coastal School of Law. United States Air Force. "on the election contact the
Candidates for Clerk of Courts Raulerson is a former Union Supervisor of Elections office at speak 'during' the Aug. 5-12, VBS year is from Ephesians 6:11-18.'
are. Pat Cunningham, Kellie County schoolteacher and 386-496-2236. Revival Services at Harmdny "Putting on the Armor of God."
Cdnnell and Faith Seay-Barnett. currently holds the position of Free Will Baptist Church. Rev. Fellowship The school is for children ages:
Cunningham and Barnett will School Boardqistrict four. Hollis Warren, Harmony pastor Pre-K thru 6th grade. There will
appear on the primary ballot. Tillis was the City Managerfor 1972- 1974, will speak Sunday- Baptist Church be a commencement program onI
Tuesday,Aug. 5-7. Rev.William Vacation Bible 'Schobl will Friday night with refreshments: "Buddy" Morris, Harmony 'begin at Fellowship Baptist served afterwards.

Seniors gospel driving class Breakfast on Tuesday, Aug. 14, pastor 1967-1970, is scheduled Church at Raiford on Sunday,
at 8:00 a.m. in the LBES Media for Wednesday, Sunday, Aug. Aug. 5,and will continuethrough An AARP senior driving class8-12. Sunday services ill be Friday, Aug. from 600pm

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County Senior Center located on a o .m W s at.."... -7.
1'he Senior Citizens will be 1805 N. Temple Ave. in Starke. pray for students, faculty and 7:00 p.m.
hosting a free willing gospel St administration, and the Harmony Church will observe
concert at the Worthington deSensileringe srate ,community for the upcoming Homecoming on Sunday, Aug. coner ato thenWorthnton defensive driving strategies, 2012-2013 school year. 12. AelisnNlwf
spring Community Center on review new laws, and receive an
Aug. 31, from 7:00 p.m. until auto insurance discount: Special Pastor Larry Clyatt invites
9-00 p.m. The participants will promotion is $5 for Educational Former friends, family and the public
94 r m to s$ o du ai nl F r e a t r to attend. Harmony is located ii :;i::., : :
bie from local talent and others Personnel, $12 to $14 for AARP p.,to attend. Harmony is located
form surrounding areas. Come members or non-members sp k at 6129 SW C.R. 239 in Lake
etButler. For more information Classified* Display* Metro Daily* Online
out and support the Seniors Register by calling 904-368- call 386-496-3553.
Citizens. Refreshments will be 3955.Revival
rvedAug. 25,Two former pastors will The key to advertising success

citizens will be having a bake Ministerial
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ARseir LBES Lind Alae
AARP senior Lake Butler Elementary School Linda Alvarez
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Library hosts band night, raises $200 for scholarships


Friends of the Library (JFOL) Augustine. t
The Union County Public benefit program where nearly Brown thanked the bands Library recently hosted a $200 was raised for the JEOL Velma and the Happy 4
Band Night that Director scholarship fund. Campers, Umbra Nova,
Mary Brown said was a huge Waylon Thornton and the Mixtape, Waylon Thornton success with 65 teens and Heavy hands recently gained and the Heavy Hands, This0 adults attending. Five bands recognition by St Augustine. Coming Solstice, and sponsors offered up their time and com after performing Southern Comfort, Dimples,
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EURAC T VOTE JOHN E. MAINES, IV,

FOR SCHOOL BOARD, DISTRICT 4 FOR
Thank you in advance for your vote on U I NC U T U G
August 14, 2012 U IN C U T U G
A.J. Herring with band "OUR CHILDREN, OUR FUTURE"
'Velma and the Happy Pol. Adv. paid for and approved by Erick Durant for School Board District4. Paid poiicl Advertieent paid by te campan iof John V Mais IeV for Union County Judge
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4 I want to, be your representative for'

Union County School Board, District' 4.
I necd thc support of Union County citizens, to make a difference in out school system and the community we share. Some of the best years of my life were spent traveling the world, in the service of
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School board recognizes FFA state champions
BY TIFFANY CLARK 84th annual state convention October. Perez attended to accept the Faulk, the school board, Mike trained teams for this contest
Timies Editor in June where they claimed Team members included recognition for her brother Ripplinger, Tom Williams, for I I years, 8 of those years
several state championships William Brown, Morgan Ryan who was in Nicaragua Amie Imler and Brittney had a 4tl or better finisb'at the
The Union County School that earned the team a spot Dukes, Case Emerson, visiting family. McGee for allowing me the state contest and 3 of those
Board recognized FFA to compete for the national- Kayla Freeman, Michaela Charlotte Emerson said, opportunity to work with these times a state championship chapter members at the winning title at the 85th annual Joyner, Danielle Pate, Ryan "Before I recognize the exceptional young people." was won. "Needless to say recent school board meeting national FFA convention Perez, Taylor Wilkins, and students, I would like to Emerson said that she told the we had created somewhat for their achievements at the in Indianapolis, Indiana in Savannah Woodall. Samantha personally thank Carlton. seniors on the team that she had of a tradition and reputation

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(Front Row, I-r) Par Pro Advisor Charlotte Emerson, Michaela Joyner, Samantha Perez (accepting for Ryan Perez), Kayla Freeman, Morgan Dukes, Taylor Wilkins, William
Brown, Case Emerson, Savannah Woodall and Danielle Pate. (Back Row, I-r) Carlton Faulk, Dan Webb, Mike Ripplinger, Curtis Clyatt, Alvin Griffis, Allen Parrish, Terra Johnson and.Beck' Raulerson.
: .i -the National Agriscience Fair. The other chapters in the top Association is a youth
Emerson will also compete in four were Sneads in 41'place, leadership organization with October. Strawberry Crest in 3rd place 16,000 middle and high.
Shane Hendricks and Eston and Lafayette in 21" place. school student members as Worrell also traveled to the For their success, the state part of over 300 local FFA convention to be recognized winning team also received chapters across the state. FFA for their state championship a travel scholarship from members participate in nearly in the state tractor driving the Florida Department. of 50 leadership and career's career development event Agriculture and. Consumer development events each year. they received in the spring. Services to help defray the The FFA mission is to make a Hendricks was named the cost of traveling to compete positive difference in the lives 2012 State Champion. for the, national title. Emerson of students by developing Hendricks and Worrell will said, "This in fact is one of the their potential for premier represent Lake Butler FFA at most prestigious contests a, leadership, personal growth,'. the Natiorml FFA Convention student can compete in." and career success through in October. The Florida FFA agricultural education.
In addition to the statewide
competitions, seven members [ .
of the Lake Butler Senior J a l
: FFA Chapter were awarded IW E B B
the State FFA degree at the
convention. These memfiers
include Dukes, Freeman, W E B
Pictured (i-r) are Shane Hendricks, CarlFtstoFn Wrrell. Hendricks and Kaci Graham, Michaela
Worrell traveled to the convention to -be recognized for their State Championship in the Joyner, Morneau, Perez and For
Safe Tractor Operations and Maintenance CDE. Rachel Sun0).rs.,-p to four
'arond te stte o floida.meinbers from each chapter UNION COUNTY
around the state of Florida. were selected to represent e '.i Teams knew if Lake Butler Lake Butler FFA as voting.
S was .i' the" contest they were~ delegates.' Tte7".members
,- -'a force to be reckoned with," earned heir right n said Emerson. e triAtnh
said Emerson.. convention by accumulatingA
',K ;This was the 6thtime'in 18 the top leadership points in
:",: !% years Lake Butler had won. their respective chapters. Courtroom Experience DOES Matter
"By far this was the' most Delegates at this year's .stressful team I have ever convention included Hunter As a full-time trial attorney for over 11 years, I,,
worked with. Not because Ash, Kinedy Johnson, Taylor of them but because of me. Pate, Whit Thomas Lexi have litigated cases all over Florida in both state
I. selfishly .wanted' to show Whitehead and Noah. Wright. and federal courts. I handle many different types of up with them to the State Lake Butler FFA cases," ranging from complex tort litigation to
FFA Convention and have Parliamentary Procedure team' construction litigation to business and family law
--prepared these kids to wincoptdithSaeCnes
it all. Fortunately they i competed in the State Contest matters, and have taken many of them to both jury in June and earned the right
not. disappoint. I have to to compete at the National and bench trials. This diverse experience gives me a say. thank you to each of' FFA Convention in October. unique qualification for the office of Union County'. them for working around The parliamentary procedure Judge. I hope that you will contact me atmy work schedule and my career development top four danwebbforjudge(,gmail.com with any questions or
school schedule, thank, you., teams in the state received for making this easy former to .trophies and individual concerns you have about my candidacy. do," said Emerson. members of the first. place Please consider voting for-Dan Webb for
'The state winner in the team received trophies from SFood Products and 'Processing the'. state sponsor, Florida Union County Judge on August 14, 2012, diiinwas Emerson. His Farm -Bureau. Federation. POUTICLAVER11S EETWEDF0RANDAPR0VED BYDA"WEBB *0ON O" UNIYU"
project, was titled "Meat.
Its .what's for dinner." "PoliikalAdv. Pd.for and approvedy Auus
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FWC announces 2012-2013 hunting seasons Union County Courthouse demonstrated to the accredifrom 10 a.m. to 6p.m. Historical tation process," said Secretary
The FWC has announced the Oct. 20, through Nov. 2. General now on, it will open the second sho uer a i c tiated
2012/2013 hunting season dates. gun is Nov. 3. through Jan. 20. Saturday in October and close 4H annual society erhofl the le cofna pressiondFlorida is divided Ci nto several Antler-less deer i .s Nov. 17-23. the first Sunday in March. This e ftelvlo rfsin
zones for hunting. Union and Fall turkey is Nov. 3, through season, the dates will be Oct. 13,au to sef a urn lmaddditonchvd
Bradford counties are listed in- Dec. 30. Quail is Nov. 10, through Mrh3TeUno Cuty4H timber py thestaf of ChForrins."
Zone C. through March 3 Bobcat and Only youth less than 16 years Foundation's annual auctionpatetoCrecin.
Zone C's hunting season dates otter is Dec. 1, through March of age will. be allowed to harvest will be held on Thursday, business ACA "'accreditation stanare as follows: 1. Youth spring turkey hunt is a turkey white supervised by an Aug. 9, at 6:00 p.m. at the Articles related to timber, dards are the national benchArchery is Sept. 15, through March 9-10. Spring turkey is adult, 18 years or older. Lakeside Community Center pulpwood or turpentine mark for the effective operaOct. 14. Deer-dog training March 16, throug-h A pri 12 1. For more information v~isit inLk ulr uiesi no onyaetion of correctional systems
is Sept. 29, through Oct. 18. The statewide hunting season myfwvc.com being featured in the Historical throughout the United States,
Crossbow is Sept. '15, through for gray squirrel ,on private an
Oct. 19. Muzzle loading gun is lands has been extended. From VBS at Sardis Msu thsmn.A lla e cenrsua pros, i w ork ne
invited to come to see all of theles cntradprbin
set historical items that have been and parole facilities consisC o un y su po r s de ig na io nAmazing Wonders loaned or donated to display. tently pass accreditation stanVacation Bible School will be If you have any items relating dards with marks in the high ofT Santa Fe iitiary Trail held at Sardis Baptist'Church t hs uiessadwud9S
in Worthington Springs -on like to donated them in the Some of the areas reviewed O ~nion County Commissioners Whether active duty, reserve rendered by our service members Aug. 5- 10, from 6-8:30 p.m. exhibit or loan them to the during the accreditation prorecently passed a resolution or Nation Guard, they~ are our and their -families out of the Family Night will be on museum, call W.A. McGill cess include security, health supporting the designation of a nation's finest citizens, and they deepest sense of service and love Friday, Aug. 10, at 6 p.m. at 386-496-2258. Staff is services, chaplaincy, food section of C.R. 18 in Bradford, have shown the heights to which of country and we are committed with an ice cream social. available. Monday mornings services, segregation, mail Union and Columbia counties Americans can rise when asked to upholding the enduring from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Any and visiting. The facilities
between S.R. 100 in Bradford and inspire to do so. principles that ourfellow citizens items/pictures donated or. are reviewed to see how well
County, S.R. 20 in Columbia Whereas, long after leaving the have fought and died for. I Legislative. loaned will be accepted at they are complying with esCounty as. Santa Fe Military uniform behind, many veterans Now, therefore, be it resolved sa f your convenience, tablished ACA7 standards that
Trail. continue to serve .our country that the Union County -Board of stf meet rersnihnigetlvlo
The resolution reads: as public servants and mentors, Commissioners hereby support UC correctional practices.
Whereas, citizens in the US and parents and community leaders. and request that the Florida Leiltv tf rmteCCLB hosts The. following facilities
abroad commemorate, honor and They have served their country Legislature take the necessary ofgistate seatfo Steey u hwr ucsflyr-crd
respect the men and women that not only on the battlefield, but actions to rename that portion itede wit thet exceptio ofv US o t
have worn the various uniforms also in communities from coast of C.R. 18 in Bradford, Union Oelrich will be holding night uwne e c etion Itf
of the United States armed forces to coast. They have built and and Columbia Counties between .monthly office hours in Union Worship nihuaneCretoa nstiwho have risked their lives to shaped our nation, and it is S.R. 100' in Bradford County County on Wednesday, Aug. Break Out Ministries tution which is receiving its
preserve the liberty of our nation, our duty to honor our soldiers, and S.R. 20 in Columbia County 8, from 9-11 a.m. in the Union presents FUSE youth worship first time accreditation. These a -s it is not our weapons or our sailors, airman, marines ,and to "Santa Fe Military Trail," as County Commission Chamber night .on Saturday, Aug. 4, facilities will retain accreditatechnology that make us the most coastguardsmen and pay tribute the ,renaming of this. section Of at the courthouse in Lake at 6 p.m. Free food, music, tion for the next three years. advanced mil "itary in the world, to those who sacrificed to protect C.R. 18 'to Santa Fe Military Butler. Persons interested in rapping, poetry, spoken word, Century Correctional InstiIt is the God-given unparalleled the liberties we enjoy every day. Trail" will serve as a constant meeting with staff may set an and more. Held at the Christ tution spirit, skill and devotion of our Whereas, America's sons and reminder to all who travel upon appointment time by calling. Central of Lake Butler at Cross City Correctional In-. troops and warriors. (-daughters have not watched it of the ultimate sacrifice this (32 y7-55 gakisae105 E71 ri nLk ttto
Whereas, i~n a line of valor over her shores or her citizens community's veterans make in (352) 37535. Walkinsre. E7 Tali Lake t itutionRelas
stretching across more than for public recognition, fanfare -order to ensure a quality of life wecm.BulrCe tyokRees
two centuries, our veterans or parades, but have preserved for the citizens of Union County While the office for district have charged into harm's way, our way of life with unwavering and the state of Florida. 14. is located in Gainesville, RIVC .Lancaster Correctional Insometimes making the ultimate patriotism and quiet courage, Done, ordered and adopted the Senator's staff travels stitution
sacrifice, to protect the freedoms and as a grateful nation, we this 16 1h day of July A.D. 2012. throughout the district- to re-accredited Polk Correctional Instituthat have blessed America. are humbled by the sacrifices make it more convenient for Nnadtw woktion.
costtunt' ho watNoielae prisons an w ok Reception & Medical Cencontitent' wo wnt o rleae centers were fully ac-te
Fo t alp.m. If you have any questions -On* Sunday, Aug. 12, at meet with them. In addition to credited or re-accredited by ataeWokRees
Fo talcall Tina Smith at 386-496- Sardis Baptist Church, in answering general questions- the American Correctional Centa eWr ees
reserved 3040. Worthington from 9 about state government and Asiain AC) C e SntaroaCretnlIseating .a.m. to 1 p.m. and at CVS in state. issues, his. staff can mission on Accreditation for Stto aCretinlI
Resered seting icket Life outhLake Butler from 2 p.m. to 5 provide constituents services~ Corrections (CAC) on July Stiume.rction al si
will be on sale -o last y'sI p.m. to persons who may h~e .22,2012 at the ACA Summer tution
tcke ldes romJuyea23, blood drive On Sunday, Aug. 19, at experiencing problems with Conference in Denver, Colo- SuaneCrctolItithoh r Aug. 9.Yuly schdl Christ Central of Lake Butler state agencies. radonne Cttt orcina n
throgh ug.9. ou ay che ulefrom 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and CVS These monthly staff -office "Thank you to all of te
purchase your tickets at-the LifeSouth will have blood in Lake Butler from 2 P.M. to hours will be held the second WresAsitnWadns Zephyrhills Correctional
high school Monday through drives during the month of 5 p.m. Wednesday of each month. adteir, entiestaff for tenr Institution
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sythat every patrol vehicle has ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT-OF- surplus from the sale, if any, other CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER scheduled court appearance, or sae. WAY UINE, A DISTANCE OF than the property owner as of the THE SALE. immediately upon receiving this.
the Union County Courthouse on.185.06 FEET TO THE POINT OF date of the lis pendlens must file a Under the American with notification if the time before the
and the Union County Jail. The UCSO said that to be BEGINNING OF THE claim within 60 days after the sale. Disabilities Act, if you are a person scheduled appearance, is less than
TheAEs urhaedcancopltey ffctie vey atolHEREINAFTER .DESCRIBED Dated this 25~' day of July, 2012. with a disability who needs any 7 days; if you are hearing or voice
Th A~sprcasdca cmpeel efctveevr ptrlPARCEL OF LAND: THENCE REGINA A. PARRISH accommodation in order to impaired, call 711.1
operate on children as well as vehicle and deputy needed to CONTINUE RUNNING S 85018,24" As Clerk of said Court participate in this proceeding, you DATED ;AT LAKE BUTLER;
adults. A representative from have access to this life saving W, ALONG SAID NORTH RIGHT- By: Crystal Norman P.re entitled, at no cost to you, to FLORIDA THIS 25 TH DAY OF,
CricSinetandtedevice. -OF-WAY LINE OF COUNTY As Deputy Clerk the provision of certain assistance. JULY, 2012.
ROAD NO. S-238-A, A DISTANCE in accordance with the Americans Please contact the ADA By: Crystal Norman
entire UCSO on the use and OF 185.06 FEET; THENCE RUN N with Disabilities Act, if you are a Coordinator at (352) 337-6237, atREIAHPRIS
functions of the AED. Many law 02048'56" W A DISTANCE OF person with a disability who needs least 7 days before your scheduled CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
1306.75 FEET TO THE NORTH any accommodation in order to court appearance. If you are UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
LINE OF SAID SE 1/ OF NE 1/ OF participate in this proceeding, you hearing or voice impaired, please 8/2 2tchg 8/9-UCT.
_________________________________________SECTION 12; THENCE RUN N are entitled, at no cost to you, to call 711. If you are deaf or hard of
86010'47" E, ALONG SAID NORTH provisions of certain assistance. hearing and require an ASL NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF (b FLINE OF SE / OF NE 1/4 OF Please contact the Court interpreter or an assisted listening ORDINANCE BY THE TOWN:
V O EPA KSECTION 12, A DISTANCE OF Administrator -at 55 West Main device to participate in a COUNCIL OF THE TOWN,OF1
Continued from Page 2A Continued fro Page IA 184.99 FEET; THENCE RUN S Stet3 R.130Lk5uteF proceeding, please contact Court RATIFISHRBY FLOIDEtAt
______________________ ~~02048'56" E A DISTANCE OF 304. Phone No. (352) 374-3648 OIEI EEYGVN-ht
1303.93 FEET TO THE POINT OF within 2 working days of* your Interpreting at interpreter~circuit8. the ordinance, whose title'. the voigsystem, and that allI of Roberts. BEGINNING. receipt of this notice or pleading; if org. hereinafter appears, will bevoigPARCEL "2" you are hearing impaired, call 1- Dated this 251h day of July, 2012. considered for enactment by the
the voting system input, output, According to the Community A PRE OFLN LYG, 800-955-8771 (TDD); if you are REGINA PARIRSI Town Council of the Town of
cand communication devices Foundation ofCE Jakonil BENLNDSTAND THEINE, voice impaired, call 1-800-995- Clerk of the Circuit Court Raiford, Florida, at a public hearin'gI
of Jcksnvile EINGANDSITATEIN TE N 870 () (Va Foria RlayBy: Crystal Norman on August 10, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., por'
were working properly. kv'ebsite, jaccf.org, during 2002, / OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 6 8770rvics) (Viat Floeid Relayterate s h mte
SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, UNION Srie. euyCek a onteefe stemte
The suevsrof elections community and business leaders CUT, FOIA MRE Kahane & Associates, P.A. Marshall C. Watson, P.A. can be heard, in the Town Council
COUvas rLtoIhaveMthe 8201 PetersRoad, Ste. 3000 1800 NW 49 1h St., Suite 120 Meeting Room, Town Hall, located
wa equired t hae hein the Suwannee Valley region PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS Plantation, FIL 33324 Fort Lauderdale, FIL 33309, at 13172 North C.R. 229, Raiford,,
:automatic tabulating equipment caetgte oetbihteFOLLOWS:822cg89UT822cg89BT F303.Cpeofterdnc.
Ccm toehrtesalsth'BEGIN AT THE INTERSECTION 822cg89UT822cg89BT F 28.Cpe fteodnn~
public tete tobe uretht te SwaneeValey ommniy O TH WET INEOF HE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of the public at the Office of theequipment would correctly count Foundation, an affiliate fund of EAST 611.52 FEET OF THE SE 1/ 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN Town Clerk, Town Hall, located at all votes cast for all off-ices and on The Community Foundation. OF SAID NE 1A OF SECTION 12 FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA AND FOR UNION COUNTY, 13172 North C.R. 229, Raiford, FL''
al esrs fayo h etdAND THE NORTH RIGHT-OF- CIVIL DIVISION: FLORIDA 32083, during regular business,
al masre.Ifan' fth tstd An affiliate fund is an advised WAY LINE OF COUNTY ROAD CASE INO.: 63-2010O-CA-000006 CASE NO.: 63-2011 -CA-000080 hours. On the date, timd and place
tabulating devices had any errors fund that serves a specific NO S-238-A; THENCE. RUN S CHASE HOME FINANCE, LLC, SEC.: _______ fi rst above .mentioned, all.
in tabulation, they would have geographic region, cultural, 51~4 ,AOG SI Plaintiff, WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS interested persons may appear
bedemdustsatr.0'NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF vs.- TRUSTEE, FOR THE and be heard with respect to the'
ben eeedusaisacor. ethnic or gender-specific group, COUNTY ROAD NO. S-238-A, A VENUS M. MANNING; UNKNOWN CERTIFICATEHOLDERS, MASTR ordinance.
As a procedure defined in or well-defined philanthropic DISTANCE OF 185.06 FEET; SPOUSE OF VENUS M. ASSET BACK SECURITIES ORDINANCE NO. 12-01 *
the statute, at the completion interest. The Suwannee Valley THENCE RUN N 02048'56" W A MANNING; UNKNOWN .TRUST 2007-NCW MORTGAGE AN ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN
DISTANCE OF 1303.93 FEET TO TENANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF *PASS-THROUGH CERTIFICATES OF RAIFORD, FLORIDA
of testing, the representatives Community Foundation was the THE NORTH LINE OF SAID, SE 1/ THE SUBJECT PROPERTY, .SERIES 2007-NCW, RELATING TO THE STATE-.
of 'the political parties and the first affiliate of The Community OF NE 1/ OF SECTION 12; Defendants. Plaintiff,. CONVERSION RATE FOR LOCAL.,
THENCE RUN N 86010'47" E, NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE V. COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES'
candidates or their representatives Foundation. ALONG SAID NORTH LINE OF SE SALE DARREN E. WORTHINGTON; TAX; PROVIDING FOR,
who attended the test witness A local Advisory Board governs 1/ OF NE 1/4 OF SECTION 12, A' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ANE-ELISE WORTHINGTON; ANY ACCEPTANCE OF THE LOCAL,
teDISTANCE OF 184.99 FEET TO pursuant to Final Judgment of AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES tXN VERSION RATE OF THE.
resetting of each device that the Suwannee Valley Community SAID WEST LINE OF THE EAST Foreclosure dated the 25"' day of CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, TAX ON COMMUNICATIONS' passed to. a pre-election state Foundation. Individuals, 611.52 FEET OF SE / OF NE 1/4 July, 2012, and entered in Case UNDER, AND AGAINST THE SERVICES; PROVIDING FOR4
of readiness and the sealing of families, corporations' and OF SECTION.12; THENCE RUN S No. 63-2010-CA-000006 -of the HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL TRANSMITTAL TO THE FLORIDA:
eac deic tht i sch ounatonscanesablsh02048'56"~ E, ALONG SAID WEST.- Circuit Court of the eT1 Judicial DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE;.
ec lvcthtpassed isuhprivate fudtoscneabihLINE OF THE EAST 611.52 FEET Circuit in and for Union County, KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE.
a manner as to secure its state funds to benefit not-for-profit OF SE 1/ OF NE 1/4 OF SECTION Florida, *wherein, CHASE HOME WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN DATE.
of eadnes uniltheopeingoforgniztios n te Swanee12, A DISTANCE OF 1301.11
ofredies uti te pein f rgniaton i te uwnneFEET TO THE POINT OF FINANCE, LLC is Plaintiff and PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN WHEREAS, The Legislature of the
the polls. Records are kept of all Valley region. The Community BEGINNING. 'VENUS M. MANNING, UNKNOWN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, State of Florida in the 2001,
p -letin esin o eecroicFondaio povde gidnc ak/ 983SOUTH WEST 72 ND SPOUSE OF ;VENUS M.* DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR Legislature passed Committee
pre-eeto testing ofK elcroi oudtinpovdsgudncR,/a98 MANNING and UNKNOWN OTHER CLAIMANTS Substitute for Committee Substitute
or electromechanical tabulation an 'd assistance to enable the STRET, LAK2BULER TENANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF Defendant(s). ,for Senate Bill 1878, the tax on
devices used in any election. Advisory Board to provide ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are NOTICE OF SALE Telecommunications Services :of
On the rgtsd oftecmuiyITRS INTES PLS defendants. The Clerk of this Court NOTICE IS HEREBY.. GIVEN 2001, and
rihtsdeo tecomniy leadership and INTRES I THE S URPLUS AN shall sell to the highest and best pursuant to' an Order' of Final WHEREAS, Section 12 provides:
elections office, all other develop new philanthropic assets FROMR THEN SALE, IFOPANY bidder for cash at the FRONT Summary Judgment of Foreclosure for a transition rate from the local
parieswh wil srv duingfo th Suanee ally egin.OTHER TAN O THE PRTOPET LOBBY OF THE UNION COUNTY dated July 25, 2012, entered in communication tax to a state
parie wo il seveduin fr te uwnne ally egon TOWER AIS OFHEN DASTFIE OF COURTHOUSE, 55 WEST MAIN Civil Case No.:63-201 I-CA-000080 conversion rate amending 202.20' the~~CLI WITHINon 60t DAY AFTERhe Swane ale STREET, LAKE BUTLER, F.L of the'Circuit Court of ,tie Eighth Florida Statutes to provide for:,a.
procedures to be used during the Community Founatio THE HI SALE.ATE 32054, 11:00 AM on the 301h day of Judicial !Circuit :in -and for 'Union cneso aead
elections. Topics were covered Advisory Bad icue:ENTERED at UNION County, August, 2012, the following County, Florida, Wherein the:Clefrk WHEREAS, Section 12 provides
to~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~or inldi~tg oer votoey es ns, luads Floid ths2I ayoUY described property as .set forth in of the CircLi it Court will sell to the lor the Town of Raiford to have,&a
toicuepower opas voesMngmrPrsnBlad 02 said Final Judgment, to witt: bighesit Vidder tor 'cash on the 30P -tax rate for the period beginning,
and ballots, privacy, etc. Crapps, Lane, Keith Leibfried.-, Regina H. Parrish A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN dayid August 201.2, .at I11.100.alim. October 1, 2012 and thereafter at
Russell Williams' asked 'Dr. W. Benjamin NorsJ ieA lrk, Circuit Court THE SW 'A4 OF THE SE 1/4 OF ~ntefotiob fteUin .5.22 percent.
UNION County; Florida SECTION 9, TOWNSHIP 6 OnY'orhue 5~~stMi OTEEOE E I
Osborne, "If a voter leaves the Null, Earline Parker, Richard .By: Crystal Norman SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST, U NION Street, L.ake Butler, Flerida 32054, ORDAINED BY THE TOWN OF
building with their ballot and Johnson and Tom Brown, Chair.4 As Deputy-Clerk COUNTY, fL~lASI relative to the *following described RAIFORD, FLORIDA -AS
the tr tocom bak, hatdoSPEAR & HOFFMAN, P.A. PARCEL BEING IMORE jpropeiiy as set forth in the Final FOLLOWS'
Monto~~~~udmet toi wit:eadExctv etr ATCLRY XSRBDA SECTION 1: The Town of Raiford
then tryt somne back, hat do Ma ontgom ey i sad thes 9700a~ Eeuth ie Centery PARLALLSC:B COMMENCE AT THE does hereby accept the conversion'
we o?"Osbrnesai tat t ws fundtin hlpsin mal wys.970 Soth ixe Hghwy FLLOS:SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE rate as found in the Amendments,
a very good question and that by "The foundation does not have Suite 610 COMMENCE AT A FOUND 4"X4" SOUTHWEST 1/ OF. THE t eto 0,FoiaSau~
Florida law, once you exit, you unlimited funds but we try Miami, Florida 33156 CONCRETE MONUMENT NORTHEAST 'A4 OF SECTION 6, povSi or 20,Fia Cottee'
canotreentr.IN8/2 2tchg 8/9-UCT L.OCATED AT THE 'NORTHEAST TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18 Subsite for Sent Billm1878e-'
to qimeti o helpy asi muchm as posibe, CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE_ COE OF TAIE -SWCIO 9 OFNTH EAST, UNION' COUNTY, passed and enrolled by the:
THE OFm SE the O8 S SECTIONL 9ICUT ANDAN FLORIDA AND RUN NORTH 84 Legislature of the State of Floridd
Theequpmet i no radysai Mogomry Soe o th 8T JUICAL IRCITIN ND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 27 DEG. 59 MIN. 11 SEC. WEST, i h 01ssin n os
for the upcoming elections. donations by the Foundation to FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA MtjNtJTES 43 SECONDS WEST, ALN THiOTnLN F hreyap the conversion ratdes
.alvoigwill begin Monday Union County have, included CIVIL DIVISION ALONG THE NORTH LINE SAID NORTHEAST /, A beginning October 1, ?012 6f 5.22
Early voting ~~~~~~~CASE NO. 63-2011 -CA.-000046 THEREOF, FOR A -DISTANCE OF .,IINEO 5.7FE O pret
through Saturday from 8 amrr. to library donations, donations for FANNIE MAE ("FEDWAL 1189.80NC FEE to.6 aun4 TEWSRIH-FYEE SECIO 2:eherTwnefnt.or
6~~~~~~~~~~ p.m an4udyfo 2am omnctose~imhor NATIONAL MORTGAGE -'CONCRETE MONUMENT.. OF HGHWAY NO. 245, THENCE has already opted not to charge
to 6 p.m. on Aug. 4, through Aug. the volunteer fire department and ASSOCIATION") LOCATED ON THE EASTERLY NORTH 05 DEG. 31 .MIN. 39 SEC.- any permit fees for installation of
I .h rmr leto ilb ar oain.,Plaintiff, R/W LINE OF A COUNTY EAST, ALONG SAID WEST telecommunication services on
Au. The piayeetowilb pAr dntio ns. .i vs. NT RDA;S DYGRADED ROAD (50' R/W AS RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE 323.61 Town of Raiford. right of ways or
Aug. 14. rvso f .i AfterY thuvilnKoNhesgnOINT N SADHAY SAND MANAN D); GEES RUN FEET TO THE POINT OF, within the Town of R aiford and has
Th uevsro lcins it came to the attention of the PRDHAY) UNNPSSOWN SOMIUTHS 43 DEGRES 50T BEGINNING, THENCE NORTH 63' so informed the Department of
office (the only early voting Union County Board of County PHESONBS)CI PROSESSINYO ALN MNTSAI 43 SECNDS EORA DEG.' 28 MIN. 21 SEC. WEST, Revenue so as to benefit under the
location) is located at 175 West Commissioners that there was an )efend ants. DISTANCE OF 556.82 FEET TO A 31.3FETNC NO H TecomnatnsA.
Main Street in Lake Butler. For erroro h in elcmn OIEO OELSR FOUND 3"X3" CONCRETE .05 DEG. 3i MIN. 39 SEC. EAST, SECTION 3: This ordinance shall
or ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ MNMN FOR THE POINT OFelcmntNTC FOELSR 298.29 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 84 become effective upon adoption by
morib information contact the sign is being made to correct this. SALE MOEGNNING. FORO THE POINT DE.2OF.4 E.ESte onCuclo h ono
Supervisor of Elections office at JTCE I HRBY GVN OF BEGINNING THUS 290.00 FEET TO SAID WEST Raiford, Florida.
386-4962236. ursuant to a Final Judgment of DESCRIBED RUN NORTH .89 RIG'HT OF WAY LINE OF The public hearing may be
38-9-23.oreclosure dated July 25, 2012, DEGREES 29 MINUTES 11 HIGHWAY NO. 245; THENCE continued to one or more future
and entered in Case. No. 63-2011- SECONDS EAST FOR A SOUTH 05 DEG. 31 MIN. 39 SEC. dates. Any interested party shall be CA-000046, of the Circuit Court of DITNEO 8.7FE OA WSAOG SI ET advised that the date, time and
the 8t1h Judicial Circuit and for DSTAC Y"IO 1R8D.TH ENEO RU WESHT OA N E SAIDWES place of any continuation of the
-'UNION County, Florida. FANNIE STY"IO OTEC U IH-FWYLN,496 ulchaigsalb none
se~rig pblc ercpton of MA ("EDRA NAIOAL SOUTH 04 UDREES 43 FEET TO THE POINT OF pulchaigsllbanoce seuin ubi prepin o AE (FEEAL NTINL MINUTES 40 SECONDS EAST, BEGINNING. duigthe pulchaig and that
posibe dvrseimacs that MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION") is PARALLEL WITH THE EASTERLY property address: &335 no further notice concerning the
could result from the project as well Plaintiff and WINSTON RADHAY; R/ LINE OF SAID COUNTY SOUTHWEST 44m" AVENUE, atrwl b ulse. as potential minimization SANDY RADHAY;. UNKNOWN GRADED ROAD, FOR A LAKE BULR L304M All persons are advised that, if they
measures. PERSON(S) IN POSSESSION OF DISTANCE OF 235.00 FEET TO A Any person daimring an interest in decide to appeal any decisions
Additional agencies involved in this THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; are SET %" IRON ROD; THENCE, RUN the surplus from the sale, if any, made at the public hearing, they project include the State of Florida defendants. I will sell to he highest SOUTH 89 DEGREES. 29 other than the property owner as of will need a record,* of the
.IA..'..AlLL Department of conomic and ,best bidder for 'cash in THE MINUTES 11 SECONDS WEST the date of the Lis Pendens must proceedings and, for such purpose,
Opportunity, US Department of FRONT LOBBY OF THE FOR A DISTANCE OF. 185.87 file a claim Within 60 days after the they may need to ensure that a
Housing and Urban Development, COURTHOUSE, AT 55 WEST FEET TO A SET %" IRON ROD sale. verbatim record 'of the proceedings
the Florida State Clearinghouse MAIN STREET, LAKE BUTLER IN LOCATED ON SAID EASTERLY ATETO:PRSN.IH i made, which record includes the
NOTCEFOREALY UBIC (having reviewed the project with UNO ONYQLRD / W LINE OF COUNTY GRADED DISABILITIES whsichn the ap ealid e ased
REVIE FO ARROPSALITO no negative comments) and Florida '32054, at 11:00 a.m. on the 30th ROAD; THENCE RUN NORTH 04 It you are a person with a disability Persnshth disealiis equaestng
REVIW OFA PRPOSA TO Department of 'Environmental day of August, 2012, the following DEGREES 43 MINUTES 40 who needs any accommodation in Prsonable diaccomotins etog decrbe roeryasse orh n SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID order to participate in this





10A UNmoN CouNTY TIMEs THRSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012

the victim proceeds, the schemer Stt nbnro tb llakassn
out for staged crashes into the victim's vehiclecr Un o 'fo t a lwrp n
and enie tolaw efreetr c r o
crashes that he waved the other driver returning a n a r mn
By knowing more about staged thr oghe adblaesrh raho gI t
crash fraud schemes, Florida's teohrdir.. unclaimed
motoring public can avoid such Pai Stp Teshmn
driver of a vehicle drives in front property schees y ciminls ho reyof a victim. An observer in the
on innocent motorists,.cee' eil at o h Florida returned more than
The Department of Financial vcitoakhseysffhe$211I million in unclaimed cash
Service' Dvison f Isurnceroad, for example to text or talk and property during Fiscal Year Fraud, the National Insurance toapsegr hnsgaste2011/2012- nearly 12 percei'it
Crime Bureau and the Florida driver to slam the brakes to cre- more than the previous fiscal Highway Patrol have collaborat- year.
ed lo help stop staged crashes in aearr-ncolsn.Last year, the Bureau of UnFlorida. Tist epdiesaodaclaimed Property approved .".
Thegratmaoriy f rah-staged crash: .. nearly 300,000 claims to reunite ....
es are unintentional, but there *Never tailgate. Floridians with their unclaimed .
aresom comited urpsel. *Call law enforcement to a Property.
Criminals see staged crashes as crs cn."During these challenging ~1~
afi easy way to obtain money Use a camera to document economic times, I am proud
from insurance companies. They any crash damage and the num- that our -Bureau of Unclaimed use paid witnesses, unethical at- ber of passengers in other vehi- 'Property has been successful torneys and corrupt medical pro- cles. in reuniting a record number of
viders to promote and gain from *Avoid people. Who suddenly Floridians with their unclaimed
Bh faiuchms. r appear at a crash scene and try to cash and property ," Florida CFO
Swpa ndc s quesat:e die direct you to doctors and attor- Jeff Atwater said. "Through their SopadSutThdrvrneys. .diligent, proactive efforts, we've The Union County High School football program hosted its second annual fundraising
of Vehicle 1, who is in on the *Be wary of physicians who been -able to get more money golf tournament on Friday at the Starke Golf and Country Club. The event consisted scheme, purposely drives a short insist you file a personal i .njury back in the pockets of hard work- of 12 teams'anid various prizes, including Union County High School paraphernalia, diverc whn fotedi of Vinoehn- claim after a crash, especially if ing Floridians, where it belongs." golf Packages and items autographed by C.J. Spiller, Gerard Warren and other football drie, alohnen the schvemef suh- you are not hurt. Currently, the bureau holds players.
cle2,yaswoop in on t fehicle. Avoid tow trucks that arrive unclaimed property accounts d.e drosi rn of Vee1hil ntesewtot most'l vly fromormtan accountsiin Union County Hig h School head coach Ronny Pruitt (far left)* poses with tw Io members
1. Th drier o Vehile Ihitsing called for service.motyfmdranacutsi
his brakes and causes a rear-end *If you are a witness of a financial institutions, insurance of theifirst-place team: Houston Whitehead (center) and Tim Whitehead. The two memcollision with the victim behind crte esntpcue r et.Ed n efNri.Teta ebr o n-ot
him. crash, provide details to law en- and utility companies, secuite bersh picturdae Kth k.eddyl and JefC o ris Theb am membpakaer on onge-maronth
Drie, own Whn adrierforcement officers. and trust holdings; In addition tomebrhptoheSakGlfndCuty lbagfpcaefrEgeHro,
Drive Dow: Whe a divermoney and securities, u nclaim ed Union County High School shirts and free oil changes courtesy of Beck of Starke.
is trying to merge into traffic, a property includes tangible propscheming driver slows down and erty such as watches, jewelry, L_ \ T ,
waves the victim forward. Once coins, currency, stamps, historical items and other miscella- '4..
.neous articles from abandoned >r ~~'' ~ .,..
NOTIC TO P BLIC'safe deposit boxes. .
NOTI E TO-PUB IC' During Jeff Atwater's tenure
as CFO, the department has re- ~"
review th Florida turned record amounts to Florid-- ~'"*;.: ;~*>
The public is invited to reiwteFoia ians-more than $323.6 million
since January 2011. Since the*.<:. ,,
Crown Workforce Board's Local program's inception 50 years '~~~ f
Workforc Servics Plan.ago, the, Bureau of Unclaimed .. .
Property has successfully re- ..,,4,.
turned $1.9 billion to Floridians. This Plan is pos ted on our website at To. find' out if you have un- .
claimed property, visit www .-' www.nlcrown.org or can be viewed in FLT'reasureHunt.org, or call PL
printed form at our offices located at 1389 1-8VLA Eor804US wy 0 W stSuie 10-B Lae Cty, 3089. The second-place team consisted of (1-r) Bruce Dukes, Wade Britt, Don Andrews and
US HWRandy Jones. They won a golf package for Haile Plantation, Union County High School Florida 32055. \.shirts and large pizzas courtesy of Pizza Hut of Starke.










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Dear Union County Voter

-In choosing your next County Judge, I hope that you will consider my qualifications and my
-lifelong commitment to Union County.

UinCunty Heritage, Union C.~,-"Born and raised" 'in -Union County.
Grandparents, Charlie and Maggie (Williams) Roberts descended frompioneer families. Mother,,
Sandra- retired from the Union County School system after teacfiing for 38 years. Father, Rusty,.






B Section Thursday, Aug. 2, 2012 FEATURES

CRIME

SOCIALS
EGIONAL


GaJALW EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Bradford Pre-School: 25 years of hugs, kisses for Bryant

BY CLIFF SMELLEY The children get older and encounters former Bradford Pre- point where I'll say, 'Oh, let me. There's the law-enforcement him," Bryant said. "Every-place
Regional News/Sports Editor move on, but that doesn't School students who are now, think. What's your name?' They officer, who as a 2-year-old did I went, he was there with me. There was a time in Linda necessarily mean the hugs -,adults.., tell me, and it all comes back. not want to leave Bryant's side.
Bryant's life when she never stop. As you would expect in a "They recognize me first," I remember little things about "The first month, I had to hold See SCHOOL,'8B
gave thought to opening her own small town, Bryant frequently Bryant said. "It's gotten to the tbem." his finget and walk around with
preschool, but-taking that plunge has not only impacted the lives of countless children, but hers as well.
Bradford Pre-School is celebrating its 25h year of ,
existence, and Bryant is grateful ,
for the affection and love she has received during that time. She once.thought she'd always be working for someone and admitted that would have been the easier and less-stressful thing to do, but she has no complaints.
"To work for someone probably would've been better," Bryant said, "but look at what I would've missed-all these kids and everything. I would've missed them.
"That's a lot of hugs and kisses over the years." Those hugs and kisses have kept Bryant, a lifelong Bradford County resident, feeling young. She's 65, but has given no thought to retiring anytime W,
soon.
"I love hugs from
preschoolers," she said. "That's one reason I don't want to get out of the business just yet. You get unconditional love from those children."

2V

Area

unemployment
~~S U PE RSTO RWE
sees rise SP TR

in June:

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Following a pattern throughout the rest of Florida, unemployment in Bradford, Clay and Union counties increased in June.
Bradford's rate went from 7.1
percent in May to 7.5 percent in iI in inLmImm
June, Clay from 7.6. to 7.8 and W E KwF Dm INI EKU
Union from 7.0 to 7.6. Statewide, the jobless rate, not adjusted for seasons, jumped from 8.5 .'
;to 9.0 percent.
However, the area's June numbers were better than last year. In 2011 Bradford's uneinployment rate was 9 percent, Clay's
9.5 and Union's 8.6. .Out of the state's 67 counties, ".. A 0.. "a ,WN5W MAO
Bradford ranked 54th in unem:ployment, Clay 48th and Union :52nd. NEW 2012 FORD F-150
Two other north Florida points posted the best and worst of June employment numbers. The only Florida county that reported a decrease in June unemployment was Baker. The Gainesville" area, however, lost over 2,000 jobs that same month, the state's1 third highest. But even with that loss, Gainesville's unemployment rate remained second lowest in the state, lagging only. behind the Crestviewv-Ft. Walton ,: .',:,,
Beach-Destinlnh ln-emotokfriFrcaearea, home of Eg- S l80NEW 201L2 FORD FUSION ': "D W202FRFO U

* Florida jobs remains somber.F CU
Economists from Florida' legislature and governor's office met in July to revise their long-term
economic forecasts. They concluded statewide unemploymentAL MKEM OLS

would remain above 6 percent*W E V C .....

6 percent for almost 14 years, 0 FORD EXCURSION .................'$6,995 1.0FORD FOCUS SE ................1]3,990 UL MAZDA31ISPORT ............. O
from November.1994 to May 07 CHRYSlLERdPCRUiSER EcoNoMY ....,995 05 ACUR.A LExTRcLEAN ............. .39 0 oMRuRY uu MIL............AN6 9l
2008, _______ 03 FORD EXPLORER SrORT. AT .........$9,995 08 MAZDA CX7 LOADED,.7 PASSENGER ... 4,995i U FORD FUSION SE V6 ..............BO 8 t
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Motorcyclist charged in Monday crash

BY DAN HILDEBRAN in Clay County, about 1/4 of a Glover of Fleming Island, said
StarkeJournal.com Editor mile east of the Bradford Coun- she was following a van, which Clay deputies charged a ty line, around 8:25. When the slowed to make a left turn into 29-year-old Orange Park motor- Honda slowed. Benton's motor- a Florida Power & Light substacyclist with driving with a sus- cycle collided with the car, send- tion. When she also slowed, the ended license on Monday after ing the rider over the car and into bike ran into her car. he rear-ended a car on S.R. 16 its windshield. Benton received earlier that morning. serious but non-life threatening Deputies also charged Benton
According to the Clay County injuries. Bradford EMS workers, with driving the bike without a Sheriff's Office, Thomas James transported him to Orange Park motorcycle license endorsement Benton III was following a Hon- Medical Center. and cited him for careless driv- .
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summer days : ::"
are anything := =
but lazy t,:r ........
butlazy:1 "The bridge over the Drina River in Visegrad, which was written about in a book by
Editor's note: Attempts to "'al Ivo Andric.
contact Union County head ..n.
coach Ronny Pruitt for this
thoghcopleed tssumerLoclwo e take trip tO Bosnia
story were unsuccessful. Union,Loc.. .......akeca wiprne'na
though, completed its summer :.... "ii--,,workouts a couple of weeks ago BY JEAN C. ROGERS Bosnia, so he decided to build anything it would be his motto,
before attending a Fellowship Special to the Telegraph-Times- a. bridge at Visegrad so people which was,"In silence is safety'."
of Christian Athletes camp last Monitor xould not have to crods the River The bridge was finished in 1571;.
week. My neighbor, Svetlana Novak, Drina by ferry to get to Serbia. Many floods that reached at least
and I traveled to Bosnia this The bridge had buildings 2 feet above the bridge have BY CLIFF SMELLEY summer. We went last summer built on the side lik we might destroyed all the buildings,.but
Regional News/Sports Editor for -two weeks to attend her consider a hotel. All the the foundations are still there.
Bradford and Keystone daughter's college graduation. meetings and trials-or should Hungary helped Bosnia beat
Heights' high school football We stayed five weeks. this I say beheadings-took place on the Turks in 1878. Then Austriaprograms are wrapping up their summer to attend her daughter's the bridge. If anyone crossing Hungary ruled Bosnia until 1908.
final week of summer workouts, wedding. She was wed in a had no place to stay, they could In 1918, it became a province of
which the head coaches view as Greek Orthodox Church, and I spend the night free. Yugoslavia. We all remember
important springboards into the was astonished to find there are The vizier's aides tried to
season, which' begins when fl net him to put his name on the See BOSNIA, 4B
practices begin next week. Keystone Heights High School football player Chris in Bosnia. .ridge, and he said if he put
Getting stronger is merely GIilen gets In some reps on the bench press as Svetlana is from Bosnia and
one result of devoting summer assistant coach Lantz Lowery acts as spotter. has lived in Starke for nine
days to lifting weights. Bradford years. She is married to Julijan
head coach Steve Reynolds and of developing camaraderie and High School has been open Novak, who is Serbian. Julijan e
Keystone head coach Chuck friendships on and off the field. has lived in Bradford County for Florida'Twin T
Dickinson both feel it is a way The weight room at Bradford See SUMMER, 3B more than 20 years.
During the year, I read some t Awww 16
books about Bosnia, and one
was really interesting. Since we
did not do much sight seeing Colin Farrell in Steve Zahn in
last.summer, it made me want Q R'I DJ ARY
to go back to see the bridge I For The Ride 4 W
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but it was this book that won the m. m .
prize.
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Muslim names. One 10-year-old T-,
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SUMMER 7
Continued from 2B LEFT. Bradford's
Jacob Luke lifts
four days a week starting atwegtdrn 9am., plus it has also been the last week
Open at 6 p m. on Tuesdays and of summer
Thtirsdays.wokus inT Keystone, the weight wo ..RkoTs.
room has been open MondaysRGT Tuesays nd hursaysKeystone's Tuesday nd Tursdys ~I 'Nathan Nelson
beginning at 7:30 a m. and also
at 4:30 p.m. Plus, the room was gt okI v
open on Wednesdays at 7:30 30in aft Julyo
a~during the first two weeks 3 feno
of summer as well as this week ssin
and last week.
Coaches have expectations
of how much time they'd like W
players to devote to summer questioning the physical benefits Dickinson realizes, though, special because recipients are
workouts, but cannot require of the workouts, that outside factors come into determined by player votes.
ihem to attend. However, "It's extremely important play in regard to attendance.
attendance can go a long way for many reasons, the number "In a community like ours, "The beautiful thing about the _____in helping a team during the one being injury prevention,"~ we've got kids wvho could be Iron Man is I don't get to choose .season. Reynolds said. "A strong athlete, 1 5, 20 miles from here," he said. that,' Reynolds said. "(Players)
"If I'm a player, and I know a flexible athlete and a well- "Some of them are working choose who gets that award. my buddy over there has been conditioned athlete is way less summers and things like that." '.Anybody can get it. It can be there as much as I have and susceptible to injuries than one Dickinson said this year has a ninth-grader. It can be a kid
%rorking hard in the weight who is in poor condition." seen a bigger turnout in: younger whose never started a day in his.
room, then late in the game or Dickinson said, "It helps your players-notjust ninth- and 1011- life.
during a game, I know I can body handle that wear on you the graders, but seventh- and eighth- ."Being a former Iron Man 91 PT R =m i I
count 'on him," Dickinson said. whole season from the physical graders as well. award winner, I can't put a price
"He's invested something into play." "I think that's a good building .on how much that meant to me
the program." Reynolds said an average of block,' Dickinson ~said. "That's being there all summer for my
Reynolds agreed, saying that 55-65 players has shown up per always one of our goals-to get teammates." ~--.
sort of bond between players is' day during his team's workouts, more kids -involved in 'lifting and Practices -for Florida high. 'solely up to them. and on some days there have getting them in the weight room school teams begin Monday,
".You can't coach those been more than 70. and doing what they're supposed Aug. 6. Preseason classics -A/N'
things," Reynolds said. Attendance has been down to." are Friday, Aug. 24, at 7 p.m.
:That bond can be strengthened compared to years ppst in Both coaches like to reward 'Bradford will host Union Auto Accidents
Zs players start hanging out with Keystone, Dickinson. said. players who take summer County, while Keystone will o Work -Injuries
eath other off of the football Between 20 and 22 players workouts seriously. For example, host Ridgeview.
fiedd.. have attended morning sessions, players at Keystone may, get Keystone and Union open the Headaches Dr. Virgil A. Berry
"They're not going. to see while anywhere from -12 to 24 Summer Workout Warriors regular season Friday, Aug. 31, e Neck and Back Pain CHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN
-some of their friends who don't attend in the afternoons. T-shirts, while Bradford has Iron with home games at 7:30 p.m.
play .ball over the summer Dickinson said eight to Man awards. Keystone will play Hawthorne, THR PUI MASG BY
consistently," Reynolds said. nine seniors have attended a Bradford's Iron Man awards while Union will play Fernandina
"Tey're going to see each other majority of the workout sessions are the same as the awards Beach. Sar Denm ark, LM
every day, so when you're done compared to 13 to 14 from last given out when Reynolds was Bradford will travel to play
w-%orking out, what do you want year, even though both teams a player at Bradford under head Palatka that same night at 1:30 61E Cl t
t6 do? Yowatthagotih had approximately the same coach Rowland Cummings. p.m.60 E.C lSt
eac ohe. henyo wntto number (17) of seniors. Reynolds said the awards are Hwy. 230, Starki6 -8 1
gop see a movie on Friday night
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3-family with reclaimed water warning
3-, y signs do for our property values W ake up,
___ ________ and the local economy? We Ame
r n se would be better off using Lake America
Brooklyn for an ATV park when
this weekend ______,_......_it's dry. Dear Editor:
editor@bctelegraph.com Do the lake area property I remember when Japa-;
The Franklin Green family, taxpayers reai) attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec.'
The Scunkinre family e Swant a big government por 7, 1941. Four years later, we hagd,
family will be united in a reunion Pipeline is no project that will nd 40 million won the second world war. i
dollars to turn Lake Brooklyn We learned in 2008 during
in Lawtey Friday through Sunday, solution into a wastewater treatment site the Bush administration about"
Aug. 3 F mto just because it is a high recharge money laundering in the Caymenrt'
Aug. 3-5. For more detailIs, pleasese
l 3 area? Usually this kind of water Islands. Four years have gone by;,i
call 352-782-3788. lakeissue is injected into deep wells where and still no arrests or resolution,-,
people cannot come in contact The LIBOR scandal, I belie, 'e',
Carver Dear Editor to read the article with it. Dump it in the old has a great deal to do with oir
I was stunned DuPont mine, maybe it won't get current economic problems.
Lake Solutions could be coming here. That's what the proposed Don't blame the president. graduates from donap o ol hl ilo ol r oe d
down a pipeline". How could half million dollar wel is going He can do little on his own..T hoJ the local residents be supportive to do. Congress is due 99 percentbf the=
basic training of turning Lake Brooklyn into a There are a few local people blame for nothing getting donig.j
wastewater treatment site? who are so desperate to see If Congress is not doing the work..
Navy Seaman Apprentice I quote from the article dated water in the lake they. are blind that we hired them to do, whi ,"
Gregory A. Carver recently July 19, 2012, this water will to the reality of what is going on are we paying them? If I hired
completed United States Navy come from "a CCUA wastewater here. They are willing to ask a crew to mow my lawn ard.
bcmpltraini Satet Tra g Kuhne tops at NAGA event transfer station and supply storm big government to do something they sat in the shade and argue
Command, Great Lakes, TI. water and some waste water and about it. Well you better be all day, I would feel justified in.
Command, Great Lakes, Ill. pipe it to a wetland and bring careful what you ask for from wlhodgterpy -'
During the eight-week Dylan Kuhne (left), pictured with his Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu the recycled water to Brooklyn big government, you fro withholding their pay.
Forsth o Stake Djo Mrtia Art Cener, he rc~'ced xaterto Bookln bi govrnmetuyukwilwgehYouknowwhat wIf ve hd4a program, Carver completed Instructor, Joe Forsyth of Starke Dolo Martial Arts Center, Bridge'. more than you asked for. The law allowing, us to withhold the'
a variety of training which took first in the No-Gi and Gi Cruiser Weight divisions Does anybody understand government is not our savior, pay of a db-nothing Congress
included classroom study and at the North American Grappling Association U.S. Open, how polluted this water is? It's In less than two months, perhaps we could induce them
practical instruction on naval which wastewater! It is not oood enough clean rain water will be flowing to go back. to work. Think about
customs, first aid, firefighting, to dump into the St Johns River. into Lake Brooklyn. And big it. Perh
Resort. Kuhne was also asked to compete in the teens' That's why the state and county government did t have a thing best pas is might he the
watrshipoaf and sia sany Gi Heavyweight division, earning first place in that want to find someplace else to to do with it. Praise the Lord ande at eb r g
An emphasis was also placed on division as well. dump it. It would be cheaper thanks for the prayers for in
Anmphasia s asso pto pipe it here than to build the Roy Johnso n a Gle. Barrick'
physical fitness, infrastructure the SJRWMD Keystone Heights Lake Butle
The capstone event of boot r equiresforrecyclingwastewater
camp is "Battle Stations." This BMS football their necessary paperwork. iqan irrigation system in GreenHeights
exercise gives recruits the skills Cove Springs. Maybe that's why
and confidence they need to- tryouts set !radford High the county commission supports
succeed in the fleet. It is designed Brd-u High it. The DOT supp orts it because R&J's M aintenance Service, LLC -I;
tolgavanz tthey could build less detention R.J. Mitzel and Josh Hollingsworth
attributes of sacrifice, dedication, volleyball ponds along the interstate :- M
teamwork and endurance in each Tryouts for the Bradford tryouts set pass. They would get off cheap "HOME REPAIR & LA WN MAINTENANCE'",
recruit through the practical Middle School football team Why do you think they build
application of basic Navy skills will held Monday, Aug. 6, at for Aug. 6-8 all those fenced off detention
and the core values of honor, peh
courage and commitment. Its .8:30 a.m. at the school's football ponds on the side of the road? So
distinctly "Navy" flavor was field. Parents and guardians Bradford High School will host the polluted water does not run into the river. Why is it a law
designed to take into account are reminded that interested tryouts for its volleyball program to post "reclaimed wastewater" 1. PRESSURE CLEANING 8. LAMINATE what it meansto be a sailor, students must submit physicals Monday-Wednesday, Aug. 6-8, warning signs around spray Carver is the son of Daniel G. prior to that date. Florida High at the school gym from 3 p.m. fields and then fence them off to 2. PAINTING 9. HARDIE SIDING
Carver-and the stepson of Karen School Athletic Association until 6 p.m. each day. prevent human contact. The DEP
D. Carverof Hampton. -He is a rules prohibit students who do Those interested must have prohibits human contact with 3.CARPENTRY 10. WOOD FENCES
2006 graduate of Bradford High not have physicals on file from an up-to-date physical. Free Do the local people who 4. TILE PERGOLAS
trying out. physicals can be obtained at support this know what is in
Palms Medical Group in Palms Medical Group (904-364- storm water runoff and reclaimed 5. DECKS 12. LAWN MAINTENANCE ".'
Stake is providing physical free 2900). water? Everything that washes
o f off the interstate will be in 6. WOOD ROT REPAIR 13. TRACTOR WORK
of charge. Hours of operation are For more information on it, plus what comes from the WORK
B O SN IA A 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through tryouts, please contact coach, plat es a t
Fridays, Please call 904-364- Robbie Best at 352-745-1593 or list of some possibilities: heavy 7. DRYWALL 14. YARD CLEANUPS
2900 for more information. best.robbie@mybradford.us, metals, (lead, mercury, arsenic)
the Serbia Bosnian war in 1991 VOC's (gas and oil), pesticides, A
and 1992. I saw signs of this and nutrients. They will say that
nN'i Sad, Serbia, in some LrU the wetland will filter it. But all
in ovi Lake Butler the wetland will filter is some
bombed out buildings. nutrients. The chemicals will
The i, iBijeljina, Bosnia,volleyball still be dissolved in the water. Complete Home Care
which is where we stayed, a The majority of people that live,
~~~foo~ao bi'tyusaewls twl olt u aea Apth Just OiJne Call!
village built by a Bosnian fellow fop Ir outs outs are around the lakes have shallow f
wells. It will pollute our lake a :d,, .
named Stanisic who made his our drinking water.
money working in America. He be n monday Aug. 6-7What wi a brown water lake Dependable & Trustworthy
ent back to Bosia318-4060 Josh 352-258,1046
acres of land built the Stanisic Lake. Butler Middle School Union County High School .., .... 1 ..... ,4,
Etno Village. I would compare will host tryouts for its football will host volleyball tryouts this to a small Disney World. If team this Monday, Aug. 6, Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 6-7. COUPON
you have-a computer, you can beginning at 6:30 a.m- Students Varsity tryouts will be 9:30 a.m.- __... .
take a look at www.etno-selo. are to report to the school's 12:30 p.m., while junior varsity | com. It is amazing. locker room and must have all tryouts will be 1:30-3:30 p.m. .
I know the gas prices are bad in Hardwoods '
the United States, but in Bosnia
they are $9 a gallon. Some of Laminate CarpetF L
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Recent arrests $200.000 and he remained in jail nedy, 26, of Starke was arrested $1,000 and he was released July released July 30. by Bradford deputies for battery.
at press time. July 28 by Starke police for re- 26. Viroinia Grace Thomas, 27, Bond was set at $1,000 and'he,.
-in Bradford, Clay Dennis Charles Jackson, 36, tail theft. Bond 'as set at $500 James Edward Reed, 52, of of Starke was arrested July 28 remained in jail at press ti'e.
or Union of Starke was arrested July 24 and she was released July 28. Starke was arrested July 28 by by Starke police for shoplifting. Marie Wood, 28, of Melrose
The following individuals b\ Starke policefor driving with Christopher Lee Kroenert, 43, Bradford deputies for larceny, Bond was set at $4,000 and she was arrested July 25 by Clay. were arrested recently by lo- a suspended, revoked, or expired of Starke was arrested July 27 driving with a license expired was released July 29. deputies for cultivation of marcal law enforcement officers in license. Bond was set at $500 by Bradford deputies for battery. over four months and driving Aaron James Willingham, 49, juana and possession of less than Bradford, Union or Clay (Key- and he was released July 25. Bond was set at $1,000 and he with a suspended or revoked of Starke was arrested July 29 20 grams of marijuana. stone Heights area) counties: Philip N. Jester, 22, of New- was released July 27. license. He remained in jail at
port, Tenn. was arrested July 25 Michael Merritt, 61, of Key press-time. by Starke police for possession stone Heights was arrested July Roxanne MI Roberts, 25, of Spe i l v r davl
Staci Lynne Arvin, 27, of of drugs equipment. Bond was 25 by Clay deputies for a proba- Keystone Heights was arrested Great --recials Everyda
Lake Butler was arrested July 30 set at $5,000 and he remained in tion violation. July 26 by Starke police for
by Starke police for shoplifting. jail at press time. C Chavena ooe-L u n c h & D in n e r
Bond was set at $500 and she Chiquita Charletta Moore- voed or expired license. Bond
was released July 30. Jermaine Dock Johnson, 27, head, 38, Jacksonville was ar- set at $500 and she was reof Jacksonville was arrested rested July 25 by Bradford depu- leas Monday Night at Combo
William Joseph Aviles, 32, of July 25 by Bradford deputies for ties fora misdemeanor probation leased July 26. Burger
Lake Geneva was arrested July failure to appear. Bond was set violation. She was released July Abigail Rudine Rowe, 27, of 5pm-8:30p 5 9
30 by Bradford deputies fordriv- at $5,000 and he remained injail 25. Lake Butler was arrested July25 Include Fries & Drink
ins with a suspended, revoked or Inlue Fries &ime.nk
expired license and a probation time. Robert A. Mowery, 42, of by Bradford deputies fordriving
with a suspended, revoked or
violation. He remained in jail at Erick Shawn Kane, 44, of Starke was arrested July 28 by license Bond was set at
press time. Jacksonville was arrested July Bradford deputies for larceny. expired ie remand iai C m SUst
25 by Bradford deputies for a He was released July 29. $5,000 and she remained in jail _Come_ SeeUs,
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Randy Allen Chesser, 31, of 'k.
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and he was released July 30. Sal. ,
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Skelding, Marshal Coleman, for his first bachelor's degree. He Office in Raiford. She worked for Ethel and James Julius Pickren of,
Glenn Coleman, Craig Coleman then served in the U.S. Air Force in 30 years with the Department of Stuart.
and Beth O'Keefe; a sister, Nancy Anchorage, Alaska. Afterwards, the Corrections. She was born in Live Her brothers and sister eho all
Coleman Wyand; a brother, Richard family lived in Summerville, S.C. Oak to William and Lela Mae Watts, Pickren of Worthington Sp
Coleman; 20 grandchildren and 24 where he worked for West Virginia arid was preceded in death by a Cyril Pickren of Cave City, Ark.,
great-grandchildren. Pulp & Paper Co. Mr. Dou2las granddaughter, Madelyn Harper. and Virginia Gish of Muay Ky.
A joint memorial service will returned to the University of Florida She is survived by: her husband iMrs. oodman was also preceded
be held on Saturday, Aug. II at II College of Business for a bachelor's of 27 years, Edgar a. Emmelhainz in death by: her husband, popular
a.m. in the Friendship Bible Church degree in accounting and worked of Lake Butlerb two dauhtersodiin
-'~~~~~~ Ing the Rev. Pauler W Coemn fouevrahusnsssbeorrayn,' Seeber D. Goodman, who died in
with the Rev. Paul W. Coleman for several businesses before hayi Bridgette (Gary) Powell of Lake 2001 after a long illness, and by her
officiating. Mr. Coleman's burial a long-term career as an auditor %vith Butler and Ljllie (Rien) Osteen daughter, Donna Janel Goodman
took place at the Jacksonville the federal government, of anesville a s en drr, o d n 2008.
National Cemetery in Jacksonville. During this time, he completed of Gainesville; a son, Allen Orr, whodiedin 2008. .
Emehizo ak ulr he Mrs. Goodman is survived by:
Arrangements are under the care of a master's degree from the College 7 two daughters, Harriet Goodman:
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of of Utah. After retiring, he returned brothers, Donald Watts of Alabama, Mulder of Tucson, Ariz. and
Keystone Heights. to his home state of Florida, but and Edward Watts and William Chicago, I11. and Olivia "Libby"
wasn't ready to slow down, so he Watts, both of High Springs; two Goodman Miller of Starke; two
Went to work for the Department of sisters, Kathy Carey of Lake Butler grandchildren, Tim Harper and
Lena Cook Education in Tallahassee. His career and Lela Brown of Lake City; and a Karla Harper, both of Starke; as well'
INTERLA C H E N L c n a took him and his family all over granddaughter. as four, great-grandchildren, Delon
Lavender Cook, 93, of Interlachen, the southeast where he has many Funeral 'services will be field on Harper and Destini Harper, all of
died on Tuesday, July 31, 2012, at friends and colleagues. Mr. Douglas Thursday, Aug. 2 at 10 a.m. at the Starke. She also had one great-great
the Bradford Terrace Care Center in was a lifelong Christian member of First Presbyterian Church in Starke. Eloise Good man grandchild,Tymber Harper.
Starke after an extended illness. the Baptist faith. Burial will follow at Dekle Cemetery STARKE-Eloise Marjorie A one hour viewing reception will
She was born in Jennings and Mr. Douglas was born on April in Lake Butler. Visitation will be Goodman, 86, of Starke, died be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Aug.
lived most of her life in Jacksonville 14, 1929, in Brooker in Bradford Monday, July 30, 2012, in the 2 in the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel,
Fred Braithwaite beoemvn oItrahni t ~ d h held on Wednesday, Aug. I from T.YrHoncCaeetrin 620 E. Nona Street in Starke with
before moving to Interlachen in County. He was married to his 6-8 p.m. at Archer Funeral Home. esf.o loice a eterded funeral services following at 11
1971. She was the daughter of the loving wife, Frances Knabb on Archer Funeral Home of Lake illness, am.terwar t Dele Cemeeryein
S Kred Bra ithwhwae late James L. Lavender and Edna March 23, 1952, in Hawthorne in Butler is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Goodman,,was born on July afterward at Dekle Cemetery in
STARKE-Fred R. Braithwaite, Merritt Lavender. She worked in Alachua County. He is survived by: 29, 1926, in Stutrf, Fla. She was Lake Buttr.
q5, of Starke, died on Monday, July the insurance claims department a son, John M. (Beth) Douglas of raised in Hamptoi and lived all of In lie,., of'6iwers, donations to
Z3,.2012, at his residence following at Shands Medical Center in Brooker; brothers, Howard Douglas her adult life iir Starke. She was a the E. T. York Hospice Care Center
brief illness. Jacksonville before retiring, and and Ernest "Pete" (Ethel) Douglas, RalG a homemaker and of the Christian woul-d be greatly appreciated. For
Mr. Braithwaite was born in was amemberof Silver Lake Baptist all of Brooker; twc grandsons, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS- faith. Eloise worked in the retail more information or to make a
SV I d g C iindustry ars and' also donation, please contact: Haven
,Aitigua Virgin Island on Aug. 13, Church in Palatka. Michael W. fiance6, Lorelei) RaulGonzalezSr.,53,ofWorthington enjoy many ye rs Hos ice Development Department,
1346, an eae oe oSak h a rcddi dahb:Dulso lawtradJnn~oe makin&her own works of HoicDelpmn
nd later moved to Starke She was preceded in death by: Douglas of Clearwater and Jonathan Springs, died on Sunday, July 29, ceramics witha Kiln inherconverted 42 NW.90th Blvd, Gainesville,
fm Jacksonville. He was a retired two brothers, James and Ernest J. (Annyetta) Douglas of Orlando; 2012, at his residence. garage. Many in Starke and the FL, 32606, phone number 1-8009e~f/cook, and was of the Methodist Lavender; and her husband, and two great-grandchildren, Tiana He was born in LaMesa, surrounding area called her a "local 727-1889. Arrangements are by Lth. He attended and graduated Theodore Cook. She is survived and Jonecia of Orlando. He was Texas, and lived most of his life icon of ceramics". Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
m Christiansted Central High by: two daughters, Ethel (Donald) preceded in death by: his parents, in Oklahoma. He had moved to ofShe was the youngest daughter Starke. On-line condolences may be Phool and Fedricksted College Thomas of Pittsburg, Texas, and Johnny K. and Iva Colson Douglas; WOthonaSprings two and a half the four children born to the late left at wwwjones-gallagherfh.co. W St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. Linda (Buddy) Fortenberry of and a brother,'Carl Douglas. Worthington HePAID OBITUARY
: also graduated as an executive Jacksonville; two sons, Lponard Services for Mr. Douglas were years ago. He was employed as a
f from the Cullinary Institute of (Kitty) Cook and Lee Cook, all of held on Aug. 1 at the Brooker vehicle mechanic, and was of the C o
gnerica. Inteflachen; 10 grandchildren, 14 Baptist Church with interment in Baptist faith. C oncre
He is survived by: his wife, great-grandchildren a:nd. 6 great- Dedan Cemetery in Brooker. Family Mr.,Gonzalez is survived by: his
iirley Braithwaite; two sons, great-grandchildren. received friends at Archer Funeral wife, Alice Gonzalez; three sons,
Id R. Braithwaite Jr. of Antigua The family will receive friends Home on July 31. Archer Funeral Joe Gonzalei, Micklo Gonzalez and E engineers, LLC
id Fraiden Braithwaite of North at Archer Funeral Home in Lake Home of Lake Butler is in charge of RaulGonzalezJr.,all of WorthingtonC
Mrolina; seven sisters, Hyacinth Butler on Thursday, Aug. 2, from arrangements. The family requests Springs; his mother, Carman Pardo; Curbs Sidewalks- Driveways. .Pervious Concrete Arson of Cleveland, Ohio, Boma 6-8 p.m. Graveside funeral services that in lieu of flowers, a memorial and two sisters, Rachel Pardo of Headwalls Weir Structures Ditch Paving ,Braithwaite and Gen Braithwaite, will be held on Friday, Aug. 3 at 10 donation be made to Brooker Baptist Loveland, Texas and Olga Pardo of Iboth of the Virgin Islands, aid a.m. in Dekle Cemetery located in Church, P.O. Box 96, Brooker, FL Martzon,Texas. Office: (904) 406-5756 Mobile (904) 759-8790,
'Nolenne Braithwaite, Lisa Lee Lake Butler. Services are under the 32622, or Haven Hospice, Attn: A memorial service will be held Francis, and Hillary Francis, all of care of Archer Funeral. Judy Trotta, 4305 NW 90th Blvd., at a later date. Archer Funeral Fax: (904) 282-9752
New York; a brother, Lenix Harris of Gainesville, FL 32606. Home of Lake Butler is in charge of ?t
New York; and three grandchildren. PAID OBITUARY arrangements. Email: c.e.i@att.net
Funeral services will be held on Francis Douglas Saturday, Aug. 4, at the Ebenezer BROOKER-Francis Lowell
Methodist Church of Starke with "Doug" Douglas, 83, resident of Christine
tle Rev. Alvin Green as eulogist Brooker and husband of FrancesN.. and the Rev. Isiah Jenkins presiding. Knabb Douglas, went home to be Em melhainz aAk
.Interment will fellow at Oddfellow with his Lord on Saturday, July 28, LAKE BUTLER-Christine A A .A .
:Cemetery in Starke under the 2012- Nell Emmelhainz, 60, of EWAN
direction of Haile Funeral Home Mr. Douglas completed his Butler died on Sunday, July 29, :N I
of Starke. Visitation will be held on primary education in Bradford 2012, at E.T. York Haven Hospice .4 I GSLO
Friday, Aug. 3, at the Carl D. Haile County before attending th in Gainesville. 4
Memorial Chapel with family hour University of Florida School of She was a senior personnel IS -NOW ENROLLING
from 3-4 p.m., and friends may visit Forest Resources and Conservation at the Region Personnel EO
from 4-8 p.m., and one hour prior to for the 2012-2013 S-hool Yeafo
the service at the church. for. the 2012-2 1 S
David coleman' when t We accept children ages 1 "to 5 for school readinesS and 5 to 12 for Aftercare. 4
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-The Veteran R New Beginnings Christian Preschool is the only VPK Pilot Program provider in Bradford County. 4
Rev,. David Alan Co 44 ...1idr~f *. '--*-*
o Kyug eigh Celr gr, A Paconra"-r ins.ert)F PEE VPK program, glrnor years o age. (20 slots available) 4
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Sunday, July 29, 2012,-atNorth- Funeral with Burial '. .C provim ,, ...t s '... n .
Florida Regional Medical Center in 20 Ga. Metal Casket (4 colors) Vault, Open & Closing Grave, Afterschool Proge~ri~ i th bus routes from Lawty, 1Souths.de and Starke Element
vGraveside or Chapel Service with one night visitation-......... $5295 Over 35 years of childcare experience.
He was born on Oct. 2, 1926, G s Before and After Extended Care Hours from 5:0am to 7:00pm M-F
in Springfield, Mass., to the late Funeral with Cremation $2895
Donald and Helen Hutchinson (Rental Casket with Visitation prior to Services) ..... ................V.......... $2895 V.-.Drop In Care Affordable Rates Parent referral program..
Coleman. He was a.pastor for many Direct Cremation with Memorial Service ._ _2
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Audrey Whitman Coleman; and his Archer Funeral Home
grandson, Timothy Coleman. He is -,e F uneral H o m e
_-survived by: his children, Jennifer "Within Your Means Now, Peace of Mind Always"
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B r Mc eMayS a lyyears. He was a mechanic and had of Starke. died on Friday, July 27,Sane on Wednesday, Aug. 1 frm5-8 moved to Starke in 2000. Prior to
BertNI c attended Smyrna Baptist Church. hs 2012, at Life Care Center of Hilliard Mary art FeN r as Bl ned. l 904-7 81-4314.iramne waspany Sherkafofth.
73 fStarkE-er Edi rd MWedey He was preceded in death b:hs following an extended illness. JtaCKSONV,77, Aoc pacsom.le atse Noraser Funeral Home,781 68rtisrmnte asy Sha ; lrkfo thn.
73,ofStrk, ie o Wdnsdy. father, Michael David Newman Sr.; Mrs. Riley was born in Starke on Stne,7,o akovle asdPAID OBITUARY Methodist faith.
July 18, 2012. at Haven Hospice in away on-Sunday. July 29,.2012. She
LaeCt.his maternal grandfather, Russell Feb. 28, 1941, and was a lifelong wa eieto treutlseMrs. West was preceded in death
A memorial will be held on Gatlin; and paternal grandparents, resident. She attended the local wasavednt kofnStare nti sh5. e vel e tb:hrbohr ila et h
Satrda, ug.4, t I ~m.atSherman and Cleotie Newman. He schools of Bradford County and moved tos Jackseronvleda n ee 1955.E-Beverly West ,7 is survived by: her brother, Howard
Madso Sree Bptst huchin is survived by: his wife of 17 was a retired beautician. She was Bats hrhadrtrdfo fSaeery Jno st, 87l 3, West of Gilbert, Ariz.; and severed.
Mtadio Ste et B pit.h r h i years, M arona Newman of Starke; a member of M t. Pisgah A.M .E. Pu etit Ch urh and ie from of 2 ta, di on Monda JU lyve 30,t nieces and nephews.
Starke. his mother and step-father, Sara Church of Starke. PuetaInrncCopyin 21.nShdstteUivsty Interment will be at-a later date
and Bobby Waring of Sanderson; She w'as preceded- in death by. 1991 with over 25 years of service. of Florida following an extended inLkNesnMmraPrkn
daughters. Jade Newman and her mother, Margaret Parks Aaron; Mrs. Stanley _enjoyed southern illness, isLakeay Nso rnemal Parei
Diamond Newman; a son, Mike and a sister, Lucretia Robinson. She gospel music, traveling, cruises, and She wxas born on May 2, 1925, in PyscGa NJ. Arraneents arme
Newman 111, all of Starke; sisters, is survived by: a daughter, Terrell R. loe eng with her grandchildren. Maplewxood, N.J. to the late William by Jonre-alge.FnrlHm /Liza Harris of Callahan and Riley of Starke; sons, Gary (Debra) She wvas preceded in death by: H. and Ev elyn Caulkins West and
Donna Davis of Sanderson; and Riley, Delray Riley, and Stanley her sister, Wanda Crews. She is his maternal grandmother, Virginia (Saskia) Riley, all of Lansing, survived by: her husband of 54 ~'' Gatlin of Keystone Heights. Mich.; four brothersArthur F. Parks years, Glenn Stanley; her sons, Mike
4 ~~Graveside services were held on of Waldo, Isom Parks of Starke, (Georgia) Stanley, Kevin Stanley,o n r u i e k n
SAug. I in Crosby Lake Cemetery Louis Parks of Starke, and Edwvard and Eric (Jenny) Stanley; brothers, o n r u i e k n
with Pastor Charles Starling Parks; an adopted brother, Jimmy Floyd,Russell Crosby Jr., and Marty ~f ~officiating. Arrangements are under (Francis) Green of Fort Lauderdale; Crosby; her sister, Anna Ruth
4""the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral, a sister, Berlin (Milton) Ellerson of Johnson; and her grandchildren, Friday 9pm-lant Saturday 9pm-lam
HmofSak.Fort Lauderdale; 15 grandchildren, Jessica, Michael Jr., Caleb, Cayla Blc Cre
Hmoftak.31 great-grandchildren and I great- and Abigail. BakCe kRizen CakHl
Donne Pttsgreat- grandchild. Funeral services will be held on
JACnnie ILLEDonns Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Aug. 2 at I11 a.m.'at Cedar at
BerryVILE PitD7, o akonie Saturday, Aug. 4 at 3 p-m. at Mt. Creek Baptist Church with Dr. John Bery Ptts 79 f JcksnvilePisgahA.M.E. Church of Starke with Montgomery officiating. Interment formerly of Keystone Heights, the Rev. Gary Slaughter conducting will follow in Riverside Memorial Mk e sl c
died on Tuesday, July 17, 2012, at the services. Interment will follow Park. The fam ily will receive friends ie s P l c
the Community Hospice, Earl B. at Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke 7061 SR-21I *.KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL *352-473-6892
Hadloxv Center in Jacksonville. under the direction of Haile Funeral Mr. Pitts wvas born, in Chauncey, Home of Starke. Visitation will be Charles McLeod G.o Ma 14193tohe held onFriday, Aug. 3at the Carl D. *A
late Benjamin and Annie Maude Haile Memorial Chapel for family O u ut1 t
Charles McLeod Wa Stpetrn Pts.ervn wash ah Koren from 4-5 p.m. and friends may visit Voefran lc
IBRADFORD COUNTY- Wtarterman ws wit the Unpit from 5-8 p.m., and one hour prior to
Charles Edward McLeod o SttsAm anwsofheBpit the service at the church.
of fai th.
Bradford County passed away. on Prior to his retirement, Mr.
Thurday Juy 2, 212.Pitts wvas in management and Helen Simrmons
He wvas a devoted, loving father, programming for a sheet metal OCALA-Helen 'Marshall -' K'
grandfather and friend to all who company. Simmons, 73, of Ocala, died at id
knew him. He retired after 21 years He was preceded in death home* on Wednesday, July 25, of service from the United States by: his wife, Alice Hodges; two 2012. She was born in Winthrop,
Ai oc.H lortrd rmtebr'others, William and Jack; and Mass. on May 24, 1939, to the lateFo rdr CutTxClecr United States Postal Service, his sister, Faustine. Home. He is Jessie Joseph and Anne Mae Love IHe is survived by: his children, survived by: his two sons, Doyle Marshall. Scott (Jill) McLeod, Shawn William Pitts and. Mark Phillip She was of the Presbyterian faith, ______________________________________________McLeod, Shannon (Ken) Goethals, (Peggy) Pitts, all of Keystone and prior to her retirement, she was ___________________Chris (Jodi) 1McLeod and Chad Heights; a sister, Audrey Ingram a nurse for the Senior Mental Health Iq., hr f g4 lku~ Ii
Mcagyd ninhel grnchLede, Jese of Bostwick; four grandchildren; Center in Snellville. C h rl C u sto m M e m orI-Iw ~ I I ia ls
Nagyo, MChane McLeod, J osh four great-grandchildren; and his She was preceded in death by.:a iis N rh lrd ic
M edCac McedCoe companion for 15 years, Pat.Carter her husband; and her five siblings. 'Serving Fa iisin N rhFoiasne1973
McLeod, Lauren Goethals, Rachel of Jacks oinville. She is survived by: her children, "
McLeod, Nathan Goethals an~d A memorial service for Mr. Pitts Charles James Simmons Jr. of~
Hunter ,McLeod; and one -great- will be held at a later date. Burial Ocala, Stephanie (Kevin) O'Brien O F C O P N 8 3 : 0 M N -F U
grandchild, Juliana Nagy. .will be at a later date in Georgia. of Melrose and Rita (Mike) Minor of ______________________________________________The funeral -service was held Arrangements are under the care of Buford, Ga.; and five grandchildren. Hwy 301 Noth Stre(Ut lt t9 49 42 1
on Mnda, Jly 0, t '2 non ones-Gallagher Funeral Home of There arW no scheduled services.~ ~ ,.
in he huch f Jsu Chistof Keystone Heights. Arrangements. are under the care of .
Latter Day Saints., 1305 Raiford Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of fis"
Rd. Starke, FL 32091. IntermenKytntHihs
followed in Crosby Lake Cemetery Naomi Riley KesoeHihs
with full military honors. In lieu STARKE-Naomi P. Riley, 71, ,
of flowers, donations can be made
to the Wounded Warrior Project ~
at www.woundedwarriorproject.
org. If anyone would prefer to send 6 3R d c o rUiiyBl o !
flowers, please call the funeralhome /
for assistance. Arrangements are by $ 0 11 C l s. eC nH l!'
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of. _....S
Starke. On-line condolences may iie 10 yea Patan So m a iacn
left at www.jonesgallagherfh.com/-Wrat Aal LCeitUin&Ca
PAID OBITUARY Eeti

Michael Newman REEtmtso ~r~frL~rJPiayLcto nAe
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S C H O O L if she sees a child crying on one
Continued from 1B of the classroom monitors in
her office, she has to go into the
He's a big, old guy now." classroom and find out why. Teacher Zeny There's the college student Oh, and if she really wanted
Johns (left) is who Bryant maintains contact to stay in her office all day, she pictured with with and continues to call her wouldn't keep a nearby stash of
Jordan DeSue. "hip baby." lollipops.
". Johns is one of "She'd want me to hold her." "You see the bag of suckers W,
14 employees Bryant remembered, "so I'd over there? I'm the 'sucker lady' .
working for put her on my hip and walk in more ways than one," Bryant
Linda Bryant at around with her and talk to her. said. "The kids know they Bradford Pre- They started calling her my 'hip can get something out of Miss
School. baby."' Linda."
So many children, so many Bryant loves the children, and bonds. It would seem Bryant she loves the opportunity to play made the right choice between some part in preparing childrenV
childcare and hairdresser w,,hen of such a young age for the life she made the transition from ahead of them.
stay-at-home mother. "I want them to build up that .
"I loved it from the very self esteem and make them want beginning," she said. "I guess to be doers and thinkers," Bryant I I just have a passion for said.
ET B nurturing and caring from small Bryant says the children at Bradford Pre-School owner Linda Bryant is pictured
children." Bradford Pre-School aren't just withfome oner e ndchlren. ildren
.4EET U S A T TH E BU S! It all began at St. Mark's taught their A-B-C's and 1-2- with some of her"adopted grandchildren." Children
Episcopal Church, which had 3's, but L-O-V-E and R-ES-P- pictured (clockwise from right) with Bryant are .... .a preschool at the time; Bryant E-C-T. Madison McCullough, Kelvon Grigger, Harmony
saw an advertisement for a And if Bryant -wants to Grigger, Marcell Sanders, Abby Knowlesand S"a m.. -_ position there and thought she'd burst into song like Aretha Abrianna Porter. like to give it a try. She worked Franklin when she's spelling out 'm
~ at St. Mark's for three or four "respect," that's fine, because still healthy, and people it. I do love every minute of it."
years before the school closed, what Bryant has learned is that say I look good for my age," Bryant, her daughters and ,)i i Bryant then worked in the same preschoolers don't care what Bryant said. the aforementioned Alvarez are
capacity at Madison Street you sound like. Just as she never envisioned joined by II other employees at
Baptist Church. "Small children are the only operating her own business, Bradford Pre-School:Anita Barr,
Debbie Morris, who also ones you can sing to, And if you Bryant never envisioned Audrey Clemons, Lucilla Hill,
__ worked 'at Madison Street singoutoftune,theydon'tcare," Bradford Pre-School would Brittney Hutchins, Zeny Johns,
Baptist Church, asked Bryant Bryant said. "I love reading to be around for 25 years after it Tasha Johnson, Courtney Jones, if' she would be interested in- them, singing to them and doing opened. Nesha Suggs, Alice Thornton,
starting a preschool with her. finger plays and things like.that "It seems like the years have Megan Touchton and Charlotte obile bus dental services Call 1-866-617-8708 or Bryant remembered thinking because they just sit wide-eyed, just slipped away," Bryant said, Wood.
re available in Bradford 904-259-6291 ext. 2291 she would prefer to work for a They don't care if you make a "but I've loved every minute of
and Union counties. for an appointment boss rather than' being one. mistake. It doesn't matter."
"She finally talked. me into To Bryant, the children at it," Bryant said. Bradford Pre-School are like
We service low-income families and Bradford Pre-School opened family. She refers to them as her
edicaidce .Call to see if you quali, its doors July 20, 1987. adoptive grandchildren. Jaylen Allen(left)
Icai"We had about 10 kids to It is a real family affair, "andNoah, Sims
start with," Bryant said. "By though, as Bryant's daughters, take a break from
S. August, we had enough to pay Robyn and Ronda, work at playground fun
::i i :: :.,!: .... i :i~ ~ ll llour bills." Bradford Pre-School. In fact, to present their
T I I-I'..Now, the school that Bryant Bryant has hopes that Robyn, biggest smiles
likes to refer to as "the home of who started out as a volunteer for the camera.
and Timber Company future Tornadoes" because of its while in high school, will take
El 24-Hr. Emergency Service Iocation.across from Bradford over the business one day.
CALL 352-215-0337 High School on Washington That day, though, doesn't
CALL 32250 7 ... .. .... "Street averages 70-80 children, seem to be anytime soon.
.Removal Toppi.ng *i f imng, (It's licensed for 80.)
Morris eventually left
Stump B~~jradford Pre-School, leaving 777777'"""~ P...~'-Stum rni nma e Bryant as the sole owner. That
meant Bryant had to become Ii
., I n asii nenl' ii! S dine 199"more involved on the business Brianna Russell
:We peital cs er ertheears! side of things. She used to leave does a bit of
much of that to Morris while she' showing off
Hihl Reon inte 'y ceoncentrated her efforts in the on a piece of- AV'
classroom. playground A....
It's hard for Bryant to stay equipment .
totally out of the classroom. She at Bradford j
can't just help herself, though Pre-School.
EVERY TREE pre-k teacher Kris Alvarez gets Bradford Pre- ..
__ ~ ~~~~~onto her from time to time. School, located' .. .. .... .... .... .

W E CUT USE $50 like to interact with them across from
0. still," Bryant said. "Ms. Krisruns Bradford High
TOW ARDS THE REMOVAL me out of the room whenever I School on '...
go in there. She says, 'You need' Washington
OF THE STUMP! to cut that cord."' foStreet, is
Talk to Bryant for any length celebrating its A R' '
of time, and you'll get the 25th year of
ED STARLING-BRADFORD RESIDENT feeling that won't happen. As operation.
-352-485-2197 352-215-0337 stated earlier in this story, she

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C ritters RIGHTKelly
Bay and Holly
McKenzie are
and a little leery
of this snake
during the
splashes Jacksonville
Zoo and
The Bradford County Gardens
Public Library capped its program.
summer program with
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by Jacksonville Zoo and
Gardens on July 26 and
Sa party with water slides, a e
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Chloe Templeton exits one close-up look at
of two slides with a splash. an owl. RIGHT:
(Photos by Cliff Smelley) Auston McKenzie
Is fascinated by
an armadillo.
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hot day.


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playground
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Arc of Bradford director Ruszkowski tells of 'friends' in need
dior 's note. Sherry Ruszkows- : challenge. I can honestly say
kthe executive director of the that my work and my friends are
Arc of Bradford County, shares _.never the ,same from oneday to
her story of how she overcame the next, and my work has ne'er
her fear of working with people been boring.
with, disabilities to becoming a Ho:vever..the.eople I serve
friend of people with disabilities. However, the people I love-have fallen
Now, budget cuts are affecting on hard times. Their funding is
the ability to provide services dwindling each yea', and the
for those with disabilities. Help
is needed. budget cuts are so extensive it's
hard to recover, r am reaching
out to our friends for help;-Most
BY SHERRY RUSZKOWSKI
of the pepe we serve hae los

Special to the Telegraph-Times- o e pres
Monitor 4..V-" -all their transportation services
There are few people I have as a result of the ongoing budget
encountered who can honestly cuts. The sad reality ist,.we
can't get them to the Arc, they
say they love their job. Well, I cnteth to eArte
just happen to be one of those can't receive any of their other
t : !! ..... /.i" servicese, which provide them
elite few. I can honestly tell
you-that I probably would never '-1._.-.with training work, socialization
you~hat nd nvolemen community
have planned to be in this line of aci ve.
work, but as with all things, God
knows best. Sherry Ruszkowski, the executive director of the Arc of Bradford County, is pictured with staff members and I am asking for your help.
irt-s ago residents of the group home on Glendale Street in Starke. Pictured (counter-clockwise from left) are: Arc Donations to the Arc of
Thirty-six years ago, I was consumer Stacie Hallowell, staff member Lisa Sallars, staff member Joanie Mosley, consumer Donnie Warren, staff Bradford County can help keep,
introduced to the world of member Samantha Luke, consumer Cindy Dipaolo, consumer*Darcla Wells, Ruszkowski and consumer Tommy programs and services that, are.
dibiliti es through, my best West. in place uninterrupted for the 85
friend, who was blessed with a
sonborn with Down's Syndrome. day and was greeted in a very I had to learn a new way of accomplishments on purpose. was important-to them was also people currently served in our As.one might expect, she was large room by a woman dressed doing things. I had to listen At first, that was a little more important to me. I became a community. I, myself, will be devastated by the news. We all very neatly who had red hair better. I had to talk slower, and difficult becausewetend to focus friend, making a donation, and it would
w t our children to be perfect. and freckles. Her speech was then later, I had to learn to talk more on what someone does In my 36 years of serving mean a great deal to me if you I-remember it was very difficult unintelligible, but her gestures with my hands because some wrong than right. I had to stop individuals with disabilities, would join me in this effort. to tlk to her, rfiainly because I were friendly and welcoming. people couldn't hear. I had to be looking at everything someone I have acquired an extreme If you would like to help in didnt know what to say, nor had Shetookmebythehand,ledmeto patient because in orderfor some. with a disability couldn't do and admiration for all my friends, any way, please call the Arc of I been exposed to anyone with a group of people and attempted to learn, they had to do it over start looking for what they could They have taught me so many Bradford County at 904-964a6iy1type of disability. It was all to make introductions. Despite and over and over again. I had to do. I had to look past physical things about adversity, strength, 7699 or send a donation to 1351 v.ey awkward between us. instructions not to "drag-the new be creative. No two people learn deformities and find the inner character, courage and, most of S. Water St., Starke, FL 32091.
Several months passed before girl all around the building," this the same way, and the greatest beauty each one of us has. all, unconditional love. Thanks for being a friend. I heard from -my friend again, lady wanted everyone to know success for me became finding Most of all, I had to teach I've .had people come up to and: little did I know that her that I was there. that way for each individual, people they could count on me and say, "You must be a "The best way to find yourself
call.Iwould- change the direction Suddenly, a loud bell rang, I had to learn to encourage me and trust me, that I really saint." i assure you, I am not, but is to lose yourself in the service of-my life from that day until and everyone dispersed into and praise even the smallest cared about them and what I am a person who loves a good of others." -Gandhi nriow. She was very excited that different areas of the building to
hwson was- receiving physical specific areas where they began
thlpy at an early intervention working on varying tasks with F i, p~ram near the town where the help of nearby staff. This I l l 1f1 M ?
-lived in Indiana. She had lady, whom I would later come PLEA SEI FO R:
bef volunteering in the adult to know as Nancy, turned to me
training programs while her son and, in her most tenacious effort, "r :m[ SASIN S
Was in therapy and loved it. She said something that resembled, IL I(L ~A E A % KEII
had called to tell me there was an "I ikie you." With that, she T EE A G A.N
opening in this agency,and she hugged me and kissed me on the
was sure I would be perfect for mouth.
thie job. She heartily encouraged At that precise moment, as I
nie to come apply. stood there shuddering at this P HIL LIP
I was dumbfounded. I could uninvited act of affection, all my
not have ever said the words fears became reality. I looked up
that were whirling through my at Heaven aiid' sid .t6 myself-,
mind, especially to my be-t "God, I cannot do this." Y
ft'iend who had just had a child In the, weeks and months FOR YOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR
iith a disability. The truth was, that would follow, there were
I 'didn't want to apply for that many similar surprises in I have worked in this office since 1979 and have all the
oW-I didn't want to work with my newfound vocation. It
jc1 d'twntowrwihmnefudvcin.I qualifications to be your next Bradford County Tax Collector.
-pile with disabilities. Really, was definitely different .from q aii ain ob o rn x -'ru o u"'~u y T x C le tr

I s afraid. anything I had ever experienced
3inade all kinds of excuses and in the workplace before. c and ediaio tu Y a the T C O
etlanations about inexperience However, I began to learn that'
aino training; but my friend different wasn't so bad. It was t t h
wv very persistent. She insisted just different y
tshe send me an application, PD. POL. ADV. PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY TERESA PHILLIPS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR.
aqztAhat I fill it out and return it. I eed to do as she had asked.
lI.i$ ceived the Iapplication, B d o U
?. Neie th.pliain Bradford-Union Trajechnical Center
coftleted it and sent it back, A rea
hopin g not to be called at all.
didn't hear anything until the 609 N. Orange St. Fall Class Schedule, 2012
following October (five months take, FL 32091 Christy Reddish, Director
lite). By that time, my friend David Harris, Adult Ed Coor
'..as working full time at the (904) 966-6764
program. Reluctantly, I went for DAY CLASSES
t~he interview and was hired on Course Instructor Early Registration Course Dates Day Hours Est. Res.Cost
the .,pot-something I'm sure Accounting Operations Harrington 8/1,7,8,16,17 Open enrollment beginning 8/20/12 M F 900 $ 2,577.00
r y friend had something to do Administrative Office Specialist Harrington 8/1,.7,8,16,17 Open enrollment beginning 8/20/12 M F 1050 $ 2,994.00
vith. Adult Basic Ed & GED Preparation Rudoi 8/1,7,8,16,17 Open enrollment beginning 8/20/12-1 2/21/12 M F 8AM to 12PM $ 30.00
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friend. I couldn't tell her I didn't Cosmetology James 817,617Enrollment beginning 8/20/12 MTHW, __200__ -____want to work with saneone like Medium & Heavy Duty Truck/Bus Tech 1 (diesel) Rensberger 8/1,7,8,16,1 7 Open Enrollment beginning 8/20/12'. M F 1050 $ 2,994.00
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b~pretfrti oadI Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Pusateri _________Applications available 12/5/12 M TH 1350 $ 5,413.00
did not have a clue of w'fiere to EVENING CLASSES __b gin. I was miserable. .Course Instructor EarlY Registration Date Day Hours Est. Res.Cost
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arie twr htfrt State/Local Rules and Regulations Module Devalerno 8/1,7,8,16,17 October 1 and 8, 2012 M 6 $ 28.50
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______-Id/Reporting Child Abuse and Neg. Module Devalerio 8/1j ,8,16,17 December 3 and 10. 2012 M 4 $ 24.00
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to the Starke office in FOR SALE 3,4 or 5 bed- CHEAP. Selling home at. MH, cleanclose to prison. NICE CLEAN AIR CONDI- GARAGE SALE, Pri. only. Keystone Yard PROPERTY PRESERVA -e t.
writing & paid in advance room Jacobsen homes cost brand new 2012 Call 352-468-1323. TIONED ROOMS. W/D, 8am.-? 3.5 miles West 386-496-2323 ext. 258,
unless credit has already on 1 acre, easy financing 16x763BR/2BA. $28,500 NICE MOBILE HOMES/for kitchen privileges. Share of Lawtey on 225, turn Sales TION field crew needed. fax 386-496-1611. Equal
been established with with zero down 904-589- you move call Matt at rent Lake Butler. Starke/ a bathroom $250/mo. on NW 53rd Ave. turn on FRI. SAT. 8am.-2pm. 8609 out, grass cuts, initial drug & tobacco free workthis office. A $3.00 SER- 9585. Westgate Home Sales Home for rent deposit room with private bath- NW. 224th St. 2nd house Ridge Road, Melrose. Ga- s scu s i ntal drug tlac c r
VICE CHARGE will be NEW Jacobsen modular on 352-378-2453. required. Call 678-438- room $500/mo. Call 352- on right. Follow signs tor clothing, 10 ft. exten- Send contact information Ae
added to all illings to 1- acres easy qualifying. INCREDIBLE PRICE!adder, tools, chair, o chad.willhite@att.net withindividualwithdisabilcover postage& handling. 904-589-9585. $39,995 on my 2013 MOBILE HOMES FOR 2BR/1BA APT. HAMPTON SAT. 8AM.-3PM. Across bookcase, with examples of work itiesinStarkearea. MUSt
THECLASSIFIED STAFF KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 28x52 3BR/2BA. Has RENT starting at $525 LAKE. $800/mo. includes from Kings Country Pro- 55 completed, b 18yrs.+ and possess
CANNOT BE HELD RE- 3BR/2BA on one acre. large living room and. per month. Hidden Oaks, utlities, internet. Call352- duce, 301N. Golf Cart, SECRETARYneeded, comSPONSIBLE FOR MIS- Excellent condition. New master bedroom includes Lake-Butler. Call 386- 339-6504 or 352-339- clubs, bags, men-wom- Wanted putter knowledge a must. a poauE. g
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED metalroof,A/C, well;Rent delivery and set-up on 496-8111. 6506. en-kids clothes shoes CASH FOR JUNK cars $300 penowlede aomust. school diploma/GEDn,1.
ADVERTISINGS TAKEN to own. Call Bill 352-745- your lot.call Matt at West- LAKE BUTLER APART- MATURE A D U LT, purses. Craft items n r esm &uFreeickup to xhad. yr. e. valiL. tand
OVER THE PHONE. 0094. Must See. gate Home Sales 352- MENTS, 1005SW6th St. weekly, monthly, longterm. have the ability to-as
much more. ning or not. Call 352- 352-473-0094. local~statefederal backDeadline is Tuesday DEAL FELL THROUGH. 378-2453. Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/ Service animals only, no FRI SAT 8am.-? North of 771-6191. Cl SECRETARY/Bookkeep- ground screening Spee
at 12 noon pror to that $55,900 buys new 2012 GREAT SHAPE! 32x60 TTY 711. Rental assis- smoking. CR. 215, near Lawtey 125 East: Look erfarming operation.
Thursday's publication. townhouse. 32x80 4BR/ Fleetwood 3BR/2BA lance for qualified appli- Camp Blanding, $350/ for signs. 57 e lifting may be required.
Minimum charge is $9.50 2BA entertainer home. with living room and den. cants. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. HC mo., $350/dep. 904-214- AMERICAN LEGION AUX- For Sale k a week, light book- 904-964-7767 or e-mai.
for the first 20 words, Yes $55,900 delivered House has new stove and non-HC accessible 9754, leave message. ILIARY yard sale. Fri. GAS STOVE, used only 5 type. Long term retiree services@gmail.com then 20 cents per word and set on your property. and refrigerator, fireplace, apartments. Laundryfacil- Service animals only. Sat. am.-2pm. American months. Original price welcome. References, CR i s gaMthereafter. Below factory cost North glamour bath and ply- ity and playground. We- 3BR/1BA HOUSE IN RAI- Build in $800, ri l k e wel Referene, s.cB e is seeking a aiflEOUAL HOUSING 0P- Pointe Homes. Gaines- wood floors also comes ter, sewer, and garbage FORD. Handicap acces- Legion Building 709 W. $800, Cll take $200. Self call 352-317-5880. tenance Technioiarrfor
PORTUNITY. All real ville, 352-872-5566. with A/C for $27,341 call provided. "This institution sible. $650/mo., 1st, last, Edwards Rd. Bam-2pm. cleaning oven. Call 904- SHANDS STARKE RE- theLake City area to
Matt 86-67-62peranequa HVAC ,electric~el,
estate advertising in this BIG FAMILYSPECIAL. NEW Matt 386-697-6209. is an equal opportunity $650 security deposit. .CENTER as the fol- plumbing and general"
newspqper is sbetto 203provider and employer." Service animals only Call Fri. Sat. 8am.-3pm. 202 DRYWALL LIFT great for CETRhste1- plmigadenr"
the Federal subject 2013 4BR/2BA Jacobsen 50 Call 386-496-3141. 904-964-4309. W. Market Road. Back to hanging drywall, when lowing immediate open- maintenance. Be ready.
f hirh H s $47,995. Only 8 more at For Rent PERMANENT ROOMS 2BR/lBACentralAir, wash- school clothes, household you need that extra hand. ings: Director of Nursing to respond to emergency
the~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ti lowra Farrouinc$7,9 an'mr t o r etPRAETROS 2R1Aetar ah items, (bargain room, fills a $150, call 352-235-0020. iutosadcnen.
Act of 1968 which makes this low price. Can't go 5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA. for rent at the Magnolia er/dryer, shed, fenced bag inr o mil a $ 1 cal 352-235-(M002ed/Surg), F.....situations and concerns. it illegal to advertise "any bgfr$) MN 1c.F.Rfi/ uthv nem0.t
preference, limitation or a dime cheaper Deliv- house. Fresh interior Hotel. Both refrigerator yard. $650/mo. $800 Ag for$5). AMAA7 c Ft tion Control/Educator, Must have intermediate
discrimination based on ery-set-skirting-stepsand paint, granite counters, and microwave. Special move in special. Call 904- SAT.computer skills in M race. color, religion, sex central A/C. North Pointe tile floors, gas fireplace, rates, by the month. Call 769-6388.2BR/1 BACH/A. NW. CR. 229 6.25 miles Clean and in good condi- Respiratory Therapist. office and live within.45-,
or national origin, or an in- Homes. Gainesville, 352- Jacuzzi tub. 2 car garage 904-964-4303 for more washer/dryer, $600/mo. from Starke Vo-Tech, fifth tion. $200, call 904-782- Reg. Polysomngrahpic 60 minutes of Lake City.
tention to make any such 872-5566. Hours Sat. till under shady oaks east of information. Move in special $800. Call house on right. Bass boat, 1889, Technologist/Trainee.
preference,Competitive salary and Apply online at www.obre.
peeeclimitation or 7pmo. Sunday 10-3. Keystone. Lake access 2BR/1BA APT. CIHA. Ele- 904-769-6388. tractor, tables, portomptitieeslar cointo Job #201 2006327.
discrimination." Familial THIS MONTH'S sPECIAL, on Hutchinson, Keystone tric range, refrig. wall to KEYSTONE HGTS. 3BR/ welder, tools, crib, aquan- benefit package. See EOE
status includes children new 2013 Jacobsen schooldistrict. $1000/mo. wallcarpet. $400/mo. sec. 2BA DWMH. On 1 acre, ums, love seat, lamps, Personal qualifications and apply CHILD CARE PROVIDER,..
under the age of 18 living 28x52 3BR/2BA. $44,995 $1 000/dep. Call Dave deposit. References, call paved roads, close to bed&dishes. Series on line @ shandsstarke, needed for9and 2year
with parents or legal cus- delivery-set-skirting-steps @352-473-3560. 904-966-1334. town, great locationoff MULTI FAMILY Sat. 8am.-? DA 6Acoin EOE, M/FN/D, Drug- old. 10 hours per week:
todians, pregnant women and central A/C. Not a NEWLY REFURBISHED ROLL-IN HANDICAP show- Gasline Road. Large cov- 103 Butler Road, Starke DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT- free workplace. (2 days & afternoon).
and people securing cus- dime lower. Best price 2nd floor 1 BR apt over- erstall, plus mother in-law ered deck, $685 plus Books, toys clothes, LER, great rates, all FTASSISTANTMANAGER Sarke or Keystone. 904tody of children under pricing, Only 10 at this looking Kingsley Lake, apt. Comes with high deposit, call Chris at352- household items, much certified, CPR certified 502-0Fa37.
18. This newspaper will low price. North Poirite spacious deck. Service quality doublewide, Fully 327-0253. more.and First Aide certified.
not knowingly accept any Homes. Gainesville, Fl. animalS only, NO smok- fencedyardwith3 double KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA, SW Bap Hampton Call 386-496-1062. advertising for real estate Hwy. 441, call today 352- ing. Rarely available, gates $575 vacant how. on 4 acres, CHIA, all ap- BaptistChurchCR.181nwhich is in violation of 872-5566. Now open Immediate occupancy. Keystone Heights, 352- pliances, new carpet. side fellowship hall. Baby DRYWALL REPAIR, and H W A
the law. Our readers Sunday 10-3. Access to dock & lake for 473-5745. $650/mo.$1,000 deposit' items, toys, children's popcorn removal. Knock
are.hereby Informed that FORECLOSURE 2BR/2BA, tenants. Ideal for profes- VERY NICE FURNISHED Service animals only. Call clothes, many children's down texture specalis all dwellings advertised on huge 2.6 acres Re- sional. Security deposit APT. on lake. For informs- 352-473-0464. books, shoes, and lots of CLARK FOUNDATION RE erienced Retail Store
in this newspaper ar( modeled, $59,900. 904- & credit check required. tion call 352-473-7769. s3A mic. Items. PAIRS INC. Corprection
available on an equal 259-4663. Shown by appt. only. Call Senior citizen discount. SF. ST.S Mi of termite & water-dam
opportunity basis. To BUY MOBILE HOMES 904-533-2862. '3BR/1BA COTTAGE, eat in Yard Sales 'ySt. ClalrStStarke. Misc. Maofgtermited&twater-damcomplain of discrimina- CASH. Fair price paid KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/ kitchen, on 1 acre. W/D MULTI-FAMILY Fri.-Sat. crystal, lamp, antlquebuf- ato
tion, call HUD toll-free at' immediately. 904-259- 1BA SWMH/ with addi- hook-up, on Clay Electric, 8am.-? 1400 Raifor fet, art work, surround Southem vas two locations,
1-800-669-9777, the toll- 4663. tion. 1 acre fenced, paved service animals only, no Road. Starke. Misc. items, sound, much more.
free telephone number NO MONEY DOWN, use road. $525/mo. first, last, smoking. References. plants. S FAMY YARD SE .
for the hearing impaired own'your own land. 3BR- sec. 352-475-3094 or $70o/mo. and $700/mo. Sat. 8am.-? 13740 SE. $199 Starke & Gainesvlle.
is 1-800-927-9275. For $320/mo. 4BR-$490/mo. 352-235-1143. deposit. Out side storage U v Musbe el moia d
further information call Free furniture package 2bR/1 BA Brooklyn Lake, unit (large) Call 904-662- Must eRsel motiated
Florida Commission on thru 8/15. Call 904-259- CH/A. W/D on premiss, 3735 or 904-964-5295. l11 2 811 HC ntral a/ -.
Human Relations, Lisa 4663. large decks out back, tilt Available Aug. 1st. Send resume to:
Sutherland 850-488-7082 SINGLE WIDE, 1993 Hor- N heat, on-site laundrS d
ext #1005.1 ton 16x80 $9,900. 1997 r -VVVVV-VVVVVV V'playground, private and h 0 c 1c n m c m
42 Skyline 168 ,900. quiet atmosphere. L ct@ mccallcomm.com
1990 F..Cletol 42' on SR-16, 1001 Southern
.. ..ccar les $12,90 .Call 4 4Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
F Fcessores 4663. fo 9064-7295. TDDlTY pri
TRUK OR AL, 200 SPECIAL PROGRAM, ~ ~ ,
TRUCK FOR SALE, 2000 PAll ood GRictims,.hou- 35% OFFIJ Alachua/Bradford a ACommunityPartnership 711. "This istitutio 1s an Sp print"
Ford F-350 box truck. eq lo itmto- 5/ F V ~ IE ual opportunity prq~del-r --.
Overdrive, A/C, lift gate, sand off w/free furniture, 4"tey excellent condition. washer/dryer& beds. Call SOCORRO ANTIQUES & MORE ea (Travis) and employer;
Ready to go, asking' 904-259-4663, Wayne IMonday, August 6t4 through 9
$9;099 OBO. For more Frier Macclenny Factory n A
information please call Outlet. S Friday, August 10th 4 9 6 4 0Set
Jim at 732-503-4098 or HANDYMAN S.PECIAL Siot H g t .- b l om es ,
732-801-4538 after 5pro 9:30 am 4:30 pm www.FloridaWorksOnline.com
1958 Chev. pick up truck livered to your lot only 4. Spec ng In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
runs or can be used $6,995. Call 4icky 386- 21633 North U.S. Hwy 301, Lawtey, FL _'_ _-_"
for parts. Call 352-235- 418-0438. A cce ting Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner
for0 rt. Cal3 2 35 TIRED OF ALL THE extra's. 41 mile south of Lawtey-Look fr yellow sign Email:st ight hme. yfahoo.com90 3 6 8 .
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars Buy my new 2013 4BR/ ..____________up to $500. Free pick up, 2BA Deandsetu pwrith, Ap i
septic tank, welipower -n lli ~ ill ,running or not, Call 352- pole, and permits iriclud- F O R Rh ichNT2
445-3909. ed. Only $59,995. Call
2001 GRAND MARQUIS, Bell 386-418-0424. 1 o R R 1P41 I AND 2
125K. Good condition, RESIDENTS AFFECTED
runs great. $4,000. 352- by natural disasters. New BEDROOM APARTMENTS
562-9618. 14 wide's for $16,999. 5 year old 3BR/2BA house. Fresh BERO MA PARTMENTS
99 BUICK CENTURY. Ex- Delivered to your lot 0% HERITAGE VILLAS
cellent condition, inside payments, W.A.C Call interior paint, granite counters, tile APARTM ENTS
and out. $3,300 352-473- 386-4 18-0424. for
2442. SUPER BIG, 2013 32x80 4 floors, gas fireplace, jacuzzi tub. 2-car 607 Bradford Court Starke, FL
47 bedroom. Den model, del. garage under shady oaks east of Call for more info
& set up $60,995. Call BG LICENSED INSURED
Commerical 386-418-0438. Keystone. Lake access on Hutchinson. 904-964-6216 LCSD,' IU
Property (Rent NEW 2013 16X80 del. & Hearing Impaired Only
set up, A/C, skirting, steps Keystone school district call 800-955-8771
Lease,Sale) included. $35,995. Call $1,000/mo- $1,000/dep. L Handicapped Accessibte
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq. 386-418-0424. & This Instition is an Equal Opportunity
ft. $3,000/mo or3.000sq. LIVE OAK HOMES, guar- Call Dave at 352-473-3560 Pro vider, and Employer.
ft. $1,.500/mo. Office and anteed best deal in South '_____"_. warehouse 3.000 sq!i ft........... .....................__$950/mo. Smith & Smith [ " G
Realty 904-964-9222. WAYN E U. lKlNNEY 31, INC, KEYSTONE APARTMENT AU O O IED T iIN
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pmo- ELCRIA &IRCONITIONIN VILLAGEw in in
fessional Offices tor rent,' "ELCRAL&IRODTOIN Take a Lo, k at us Now! A d W n o itn
onero. ice, tl-Including Motorcycles, ATV's, RV's Semi's & Boats!,
ties and more provided.
904-34-35 (904)* 966-'1334II I&I *I
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.:and 2,000 sq. ft. units. *RESIDENTIAL INSTALLATIONS" -A H NL'. -0 A- or-D neByHad
South HWY 301 front- COMMERCIAL MAINT. & REPAIRSWA H O L ..$00 ll orD neB Had
ag]e, across from the KOA L
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S.(Next to the Golf Course)
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________same time. ADVERTISE Become a Mo CDL Class A loaded. $1000 MiMelneus 1agcem e nto (800)572-5489.
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12B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, AUG. 2, 2012









VILLAGE DOCTORS..
IMMEDIATE CARE CENTER SICK TODAY...
OF KEYSTONE SE EN TO DAY!



100 S. Lawrence Blvd.
Keystone Heights, FL
352-473-9373 "3 LOCATIONS
Dr. C ,arles ranson Janet Ca oun, A.RN.P
1998 Nova Southeastern- SR-1 00 n University of Florida
Graduate with honors and Flamingo Rd. Ci-t- Graduate, Board Certified PEN AP NTM ENTS
was aNational Health > N Family Practice
Service Corp Scholar IMMEDIATE Nurse Practitioner
Highly skilled rural physician CARE CENTER L. Medicine since 2002. She is A IAB E EVERYDAY!
with 12 years experience in currently working on
jHospital ER and Primary certification as a Diabetic
Care Environments L Educator.

.ft I. STARKE FAMILY
Center
ACUTE and MEDICAL CENTER
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CHRONIC

MEDICAL CARE


for

M en, W om en Brenda Kay Bonett Matt Modansky
A.R.N.P. M.D.
Board Certified We call him Dr. Mo. He's a
Family'NurseB
and C hilden Too' Practitioner .a r d Certified Family Medical
* PratitinerSpecialist and graduate of, University of Florida's Family
.. .. Call Street Medicine Residency. Dr.
IMMEDIATE Modansky also has extensive
N emergency medical experience.
Credentialed, Qualified CA TRh
Cre ntaea .a, Shello 345 W. Madison St.
S on le tus Station Starke,FL

Conscientious Providers! S R-100 C~ c y 904-964-5455
,Pharmacy

We Welcome

,KII18ERLY BEERS CASTILLO, A.R.N.P. TO OUR-KEYSTONE TEA!U M '.k ee

175 N. Lawrence Blvd.
Keystone Heights, FL

.. (352)
473-3199
(Next to Walgreens) .
Dr Jessica Miller M.D. Affordability

Kimberly Beers Castillo, A.R.N.P- Medical Bio "I., Medical Bio Graduate University of Wiscons in
University of Florida graduate; MedicalASchoolin2002
-MaSter of Science in Nursing, FNP, Fal Medicoline Reid0yut2aal "Dec. 2009 and Bachelor of Science ; :Hospital Camp Pendleton OceanSide,.
"in 2 s Medcinen edn atavial H igh Care / High Tech
in- .. aiona.; a~rein 20 experience in rural "aiori
P rity Care e n i u* Pakistan 2002 Earthquake Medical health with adults, pediatrics and Relief Supervison of Primary Care to wmen's health Women and Children Marine Corp. H P oced
Experienced in both the ICU and AfghanitaA 00Physicn for I -uP od e
_!meal e rgica evomentse. Camp of 450 Army Infantry Soldiers at A former Peace forps volunteer Mazar-e-Shariff, northern Regional and is also skilled in Spanish... Hospital
-oth written and oral. *.Okinawa Japan Family Practice
with credentials in Women's
Healthcare, Colposcopy, Newborns
FAIYand Pediatric "" otu a e
nAssociate Professor Uniformed O I uc
ME_10A. A Services University of Healthsciences
CENTER s..o- e 2010 are accepted