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City happy

deputies service, but
arrest Beasley holds 'on wireunlrnekbditor

fThe Lake Butler Commission BY DAN HILDEBRAN onl the commission, new fire station as bright spots. a handle on the issues the city voted to ask for bids on the city's
mStarkeiournalco editor Bcasley said he wants to con- Randy Jenkins said he was is facing. But he said one area bt, vEN
h o eJimmy Beasley garnered 85% tinuc the improvements Lake thankful for the support he re- that needs no improvement is the abgthough members said atthey were
of the 392 ballots cast for city Butler has made under his watch. ceived. Cicity's rank and file work force,. ap ihte urn edr
UnvaionC happy t h urn edr

n v s i commission Seat 1, retaining. "'The city has come a long "I appreciate all the people "The workers are doing a real "It's been 15 years since we
his spot on the Lake Butler City way," he said, "but we've got a who voted for me and sponsored good job," he said.garbage

kins unseated incumbent Scott He pointed to the town's im- *The newv commissioner add- added that state law requires the
BY DAN HtlLDEBRAN Cason, 236 to 201, to earn a post proved financial outlook and the ed that his first goal was to. get city to periodically seek competdetivee isersrvices.b

Starkeournal.coeditorte or ei
Union eputies, DBY person- o eCommissioner Scottm Cason
Uion deputries, d persn -t said hewas happy with the city's
officers tracked down a man af- D c C o u n ty current contractor, Bradford Garter he forced his way into a Lake bage Service. He asked a city
Butler apartment and struck ac staffer if the company owned
victim in the head with a hand- Bte Cit by Randy Gaskins had raised its
Commission, whilen R y te lg prices recently. The answer was County Sheriff's Office. S ne worke added that the
Frankie August Catdwell was 1, city o rker seek competBY DAN HILDlast time Lake Butler asked for
St rk oi editorgarbage collection bids, Gaskins'
0t Ecrm company was extremely compet........ .....itive.
Unio dep ties DOC pers n- si"W e wae happy with the ser-'

officers traked amavice," said Vice Mayor Lonnie BteNorman, "but if the law says do
gunit, we've got to do it."

................ Sheriffs Ot a
,jELET i ::: ::. for health
~ ADJresgrant, spends Caldwell was transportation
A Randy Jenkins supporter braved the elements while a Union Deputy blocked traffic on .S.R..121 due to flooding in funds arrested by Union deputies for front of Lake Butler Elementary School Tuesday.
home invasion and attempted
robbery with a ,firearm while wasBY TIFFANY CLARK
wearing a mask or hood. Tunes' Editor "'
According to the sheriff's of-i t r
ice, Cadwell knocked on the l as d
dorofaLkeBteraarmn j.Athis past Monday by. the Board just after midnight Sunday morn- ...of County Commissioners
ing. When the victim opened the to discuss a grant that would
"entryway, the intruder forced benefit the Union County Health
his way inJordered tpe victim's t e.Department.
girlfriend into a bedroom and This grant, if. approved, would
demanded cash from the apart-assist the health department in
See HOME page 4A providing beneficial services to
__________________ A fallen tree on Sprinkle Field and rising water levels on New Rie udr the C.R. 231 bridged marked the deluge the citizens of Union County.
Tcropica Storm Debby dropped onUnion County Tuesday sAccrding o Donna Jackson,
fice,~~~~hi wouldel kokd nthAspcallowethegphysiciad

that is shared between Union and
entrwaythe ntruer f~cdbeadford toe in UnionyCounty

BYd DAN HarDEesA Fire station taking shape Riacky Jenin aske whaut
his wa i dere100 percent of the time.
girlfiend nto bdroomandTisk grani, approed, wuld

Starkelournal .com editor would be done when the money A sheriff's investigator solved ,raou.Jcsnepiedtt
Worthngton nsh r the ft the health department would
by identifying a footprint at. the .... scale back services but that they
crime .... scene and matching the were very aware of what the
iTocpression to a pair of sneakers county could and could not do.
on a man crossingthe street The grant would be for $595,000
i Investigator Jerry Feltner -the first year and $650,000 the
wrote in a report that on June 22 second year. With the recent poor
he was dispatched to a car lot in health rankings received by the
the town and was told a thief had county, the grant may help for
broken into the businesses; sto- just enough time to help improve
len keys to a Chevrolet Impalla tthe rating.
'n the lot and drove it off. The Jackson recommended a
thief however, later returned t provisional decision be made
the vehicle to the business, aith due to the fact that an answer was
sme bdydamage and with needed by the end of the week.
tire missing to a pr Karen Cossey made a motion to
Feltner wrote in a report that approve the grant if everything
while looking over the crime was in order, Ricky Jenkins
scene, hes discovered the print of seconded. The motion carried
the o x sn e aas a unanimously. The grant is at no
that was used fuel the stolen car ...... _o.,, i -. =. -' SeGAT ae3
drkinte theta buiess j-e Sehte AtS ael impov

Nike' h efet uThe Fire Station construction has been delayed due to weather but is projected to be completed in September. p
sthock-absorbing columns under
the heel of the shoe, which leaves according to .Matt Denson from no further delays. These funds were conserved to Com mrissioners
a print of four distinctive circles BY TIFFANY CLARK Union LaSteel. Costs saving alternatives were be used towa'ds a splash park. [t
at the rear of the impression. Times Editor The groundbreaking for this used during this construction to This is a venture the city proclaim civilt
-While interviewing the vic- The fire department project was held on March 12. reserve funds for afuture project. commission has been working
tim, Feltncr wrote that he saw a construction is Underway but Denson said that the project Cuts were made to the fire station towards but will not proceed on month man known to the investigator as has had slow progress the last Wvould hopefully be completed in plans before construction began, until the fire station construction D~ontrell Juwan Larry, 21, near few weeks due tO the weather September assuming there were an estimate of close to $50,000. is complete. BYtArk uNaco dIor
the car lot crossing the street e o h r r Lake Butler commission"Iwadcntaairof viithoxary, n s n ru le r' th ers proclaimed May as Civility
"I maecnatwt ar, .'I I ~ ~ d I U J I U~Month and called "upon all citwrote Feltner,."and advised him izens to exercise civility toward
\vhiv I wanted to talk to him." BY TIFFANY CLARK you are registered with, call or The primary election will be Therese Truelove, John E. one another."
Larry told the investigator that Timnes Editor go by the Supervisor of Elections Aug. 14. Maines IV, Russell Wade and The proclamation explained
he didn't do anything. Feltner ot'fice to check. In the Tax The general election will be Dan Webb. "civility can uplift our daily life
wrote the two men then returned Here are some reminders .Collector's race and the Clerk Nov. 6. Candidates for Clerk of Court and make it more pleasant to live
t.o the car lot together and after from the Supervisor of Elections of Court's race, only Democrats The early voting dates will be are: Pat Cunningham, Kellie in an organized society." the investigator showed the print office about dates and rules for will be able to vote on Atig. 14. Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m. to Connell and Faith Seay Barnett. It added that "displays of anto Larry,the 21-year-old stepped reregistering to vote. You cannot change your party 6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 a.m. Candidates for Tax Collector ger, rudeness, ridicule, impaon the ground near the evidence, The last date to change your by phone but you can in person to 6 p.m. on the following dates: are: Terni Douglass, Janet tience and a lack of-respect and producing a Print of his own party or register to vote for the or by mail. Download the form ** Primary election, Aug. 4, Harrison, Lisa Johnson, Chris personal attacks detract from the shoe, which according to Feltner, primary election is Monday', July online at unionflb'otes.com and through Aug. 11. Mecusker and. Linda Norcross. open exchange of ideas, prevent
matched the suspect's print. 16, at 5 p.m. No local Republican mail it to the elections office by General election, Oct. 27, Candidates *for School Board fai' discussion of the issues and "Feltner wrote that he then read races will appear on the Aug. 14, July 16. through Nov. 3. District 4 are: Erick Durant, can discourage individuals form
ballot. The 2012 election dates are as Candidates for County Judge
See SHOE page 4A If you are not sure what party follows: are: Bo Bayer, John Cooper, See ELECTION page 3A participation in government."

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Lake Butler
stops gat
purchases P.
StarkeJournal.con editor
Lake Butler commissioners
barred their employees from pur 'J
chasing city-owned equipment '
that the municipality no longer l
uses. .-According to the new policy,
.0 W"
neither Lake Butler workers nor
their immediate family members can purchase surplussed city as- *
sets unless they do it through an 44i '
independent auctioneer. ':
Commissioners approved the
new rules June 11, after manager
Dave Mecusker said he received
complaints apout two city work- Second grade straight A's: Back. row, I-r, McKenzie Clemons, Will Harden, Eli Hendricks, Sabrena Howard, Amy Owen, Laura Park, and Anna Ward. Front row, I-r, ers who each allegedly bought a Cayden Cutford, Luke Johns, Garrett Kight, Emily Manglafico, Alaurle McClellon, Eli Rogers, and Ariana Watts. Not pictured is Alyssa Rugg.
worn-out lawd mower from the
city, then sold the equipment. Mecusker said his investiga- Preschoolers i "
tion concluded that-the city purchased two Z-mowersforaround raise money
$6500 each and some time later for St. Judes
sold them to city workers Randy Jenkins and Hardy Clyatt for BY DAN HILDEBRAN about $75 each. The two work- StarkeJournal.coin editor ers then repaired the mowers and Students at Tiger's Den Day "
sold each for around $400 to two Care spent Friday morning ramis- / residents. ing money for St. Jude's ChilThe manager added that be- dren's Hospital. Director Cee cause Lake Butler had no pol- Cee Box said over 30 students icies prohibiting such transac- participated in the school's 8th tions at the time of the sales, the Annual Trike-A-Thon.
two workers did nothing wrong. According to Box, the children Richard Tillis, who was Lake secured pledges from family and Butler's city manager when Jen- friends, then biked -laps around iop P1
kins and Clyatt bought the mow- the school's parking lot to earn A A.v

equipment eight or nine years The director said her students k
ago and that both mowers were benefited from the event.
worthless to the city at the time "They know they are helping won?_of the sale. children who are sick," she said. Second grade straight A's: (Back row, I-r) Taylor Batson, Shellee Lockwood, Tahj Merriex, Lauren Smith, Ethan Thomas, C.J.
"St. Jude's sends us a.CD, which Hernandez and Jaden Battaglia. (Front row, I-r) Sierra Lackey, Triston Foster, Sierra Garland, Violet Romero and Dillon Seay.

Pop Warner k >.
registration set ".' 3"
The .Union ,County Po Warner open registration has
been set and will be at the Pop
Warner building at the O.J.
Philips Complex at RMC every
Saturday through July 28, from ~Landon Jones, and the other. preschoolers in the Tigers
9am: 2pm. Den, ate grilled hot dogs after the trike-a-thon.
Cost for cheerleaders is $150.
This will include uniform (with __,_ __ _ _ __....._ __...._ _
bloomers and embroidery),
:' Wy Does God Allow Suffermg. hairbow, socks, shoes, cropped Doe.
shirt for competition, pom pos, One thing we must realize about suffering is much of it i
insurance costs and ophy. brought about as a consequence of sin. The Bible says, "The:
way of the unfaithful is hard" (Proverbs 13:15). We also need optional this year. y. to realize that suffering is able to teach us some valuable"
Cost for football players is lessons, making us better. In Romans 5:3-4 and James 1:3 wi '
$1l50. This will include helmet 5:3
retl pad renl jer e t find suffering can lead to greater endurance and strongeF
rental, pad rental, jersey (with d for m .e :
screenprint), socks, pants, chin character. In Psalm 119:71 the Psalmist says, "It is good for me'
strap and mouthpiece, insurance that I have been afflicted, that I may learn your statues." Ho ..

costs, referee costs and trophy. true it is that sometimes in the midst of sufferings we stud,,"..
cs P la torer siost oi God's word more! An oft overlooked benefit to suffering is it,,,

payment pant enables us to better help others who undergo similar things (.'
costsCorinthians 1:3- When suffering comes our way we need to!
Registration forms can not become upset with God but instead seek to learn the lessons:.
be found on the website at that suffering can teach us. :,
leaguelineup/ucpw.com under Danville Church of Christ ]:
'-02 Printable Forms.' You
may1 fPllritotint dvanceor. Yd 8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
may fill it out in advance and Poe 8-9-3$80 :1;
bring it to registration with you. Phone: 386-496
Each child will be measured for E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com
jerseys, helmets and unifdtmS at
sign ups this year, so please bring Alina Guevara and Kaylin Robertson enjoyed time in the bounce house after raising .Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed -you\ child with you. Each child money for St. Jude's Children's Hospital. .,Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sun. i.must have a physical. It MUST __...... ....
be filled outon the form from shows our students the Children cause parents have another Week website, hstbedtdanrythey-are helping."- -tour nherdains
1, 2012 or later, and must have 6 edtathCDas tourinhiroain.
original dotrsssKintr (a ~ dta h Das One parent rented a bounce
doctr's"sigatur ~ te.aches the children about bicy- house to reward the children for
chp il must brnoer Alorigialh e safety. She did not knowv how their unselfish work and another -II
201 '1/2012 4th nine weeltsreport much the fundraiser netted be- treated them to grilled holt dogs. .
card with completed information,Lin
and their original birth certificate, p.m. for the 2012-2013 school io sClub ...
We will be making a copy, of year. For more information"El c
each. contact Lake Butler Headstart meets !
If YoU still have your helmet 386-496-2160. is
and pads from last year, return All services are free of The Lions Club of Lake Butler" .
them. The Pop Warner are short charge for eligible participating will meet on the first and third L is B
over half of the helmets and pads families, and include educationalWensaso evr mnt that were loaned out last year, experiences that encourage ate' Fried Cietn ake a-ONO and ask that you return them. at .kindergarten readiness,.Cre' re hce f k
rgsrtontiinl mas faiyButler, located on Main Street.
If you have* any questions partnering and services for aONN
please contact a board member. children with disabilities. Space The first practice'will be held on is limited. -FO R U N IO N CO U N TY
August2. __ __ __ _TAX COLLECTOR
Headistart n~IIInI COuntp 'ImlW "A working Tax Collector for All the People"an ou cesusPs 648-00
Published each Thursday and entered as Perodical Postage :
clas es ,. % Paid at Lake Butler, Flonida under Act of March 3, 1879.
classes t. POSMSE:0edadrs hngst:As the only candidate who has worked in the Tax
'Lake Butler Headstart has UNION COUNTY TIMES
announced its new Headstart 125 E.Mi tet*Lk ulr L304Collector's Office, my 25 years of experience gives meVPK program for children three (386) 4962261 the knowledge to provide you with prompt, efficient -i
and four years of age by Sept. 1. John M. Miller, Publisher
Thiswill be for six hours of daily Subsctption Rate in Trade Area sdtr ifn~aka dfin l ut m rsrie
Headstart services or three hours $3.0peyar ,o Editor: Tiffan SClarn finlec soeysrie
daily of VPK services"(four- $20.0Osirymenr. Sports Eio: ,Klifrf Smalley ]
Aderisng .evnjullle Your Vote and Support will be greatly appreciated.
year-olds can qualify for both Outside Trade Area: .Artising ad EarlW.saybl
program s.) H eadstart is from 8 $3 ,0 pe year. ,. Newspaper vProd ayr Jo n o~y.
a.m, to 2 pi ., VPK is from 2-5 20.00sixmortlls bookkeeping,: Melsa Noble Pol. Ad Paid for and approved by Lisa B. Johnson, Dem. for Union County Tax Collector.

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 9 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A...EI' 'i U TII~ G R A N TScitizens to medical appointments
U .'lrEContinued from PaN e 1A and other necessary travel, when.
Ow -the citizen has no other means of
S" cost to the County. transportation.
In other news, The county Union LaSteel Metal
.as given a grant from the Buildings was the sole bidder
Deaient of Transtaon toon the construction of the public SDepaenst a facility to be used by transportation services facility.
construct Th bdlit was awarded atabotl
the county's public transportation The bid was awarded at a total
service provider, which is contract price of $360,000, after
currently A & A Transport. They negotiation.
provide transportation for county

Second grade straight A's: (Back row, l-r) Kylee Davis, Jody DuBose, Ayden Elixson, Lily French, Landon Klein, Jake Norman, Jackson Perkins, Logan Richards, Kinley Smith and Peter Merola. Not pictured are Lanie Sargent and John B CSm mB n k

We will be closed on Wednesday, July
Ce Spring Community Center. The 4th in observance of Independence Day.
UC Historical at Grace tickets are $5.00 and are on A Big Bass Fishing
sale at the Community Center. Tournament Will begin at safe
Society seeks The concert will consist of local light with a $1,000 Grand Prize
Vacation bible school at talent as well as others. and additional cash prizes. memorabilia Grace Christian Fellowship of There will also be Bingo games Registration begins at 3:30 a.m. if
Worthington Springs will beon Monday and Wednesday from at the boat ramp. There will be a The Union County Historical every Wednesdays from 6 p.m. 12-3:00 p.m. Citizens 60 and $40 entry fee per boat. Must be Society is seeking historical to 9 p.m. ending on July 18. For above get in free, all others will 18yrs and older or accompanied items for its museum. Donations more Information call 386-496- be charged $6.00..There will be by an ad-jifthvalid Floridafishing STARKE LAKE BUTLER
can be made every Monday from I2859or visitvww.gcfbc.org, a drawing.to win a $50.00 gift license required. Weigh-in will 811 S. Walnut St. L 255 SE 6th Street
The museum is located card. Purchase a ticket to be be atIl 1a.m. 964-7830
in the Townsend Building Senior Citizen eligible to win. You do not need (904) MEMBERFDIC (386)
on S.R. 100 in Lake Butler to be present to win. There will See JULY4th page 4A .,
Ioni ae pro a set also be other prizes and a second
Upcoming po rams $50.00 drawing. The drawing .,
An activities program has will be on Wednesday, June 27, I da Library been set for senior citizens at 12:00 Noon. "
at. the Worthington Springs IA
programs set community center on Mondays 4th of J ly
Summer fun at the Union and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. County Public Library (unless to 3 p.m. A variety of games are c es otherwise noted) takes place available. Non-expensive meals celebration setY ."h',a
each Thursday at 10 a.m. with are also available to help raise The annual 4th of July RotaryClub programs for the whole family. funds. celebration at the Lakeside Park of Lake Butler
All programs are free and open Senior citizens will be hosting at Butler Lake has been set for to the public. a gospel concert on July 6, from Wednesday, July 4, with several Li PB
Upcoming events .are as 7-9 p.m. at the Worthington events and fireworks at dusk.- L follows:
5[] June 28, Pajamarama.
:0 July 5, no program.
.- July 12, Commnunity j cNEsDAY, JULY 4,2012
helpers. n
] July 19, curious moon Jackson
puppet show at LBES. Building Supply
5. July 26, Creatures of ,, Big Bass Fishing Tournament F
the night.. 6" ",awa' a OWe 50 =w
;iALI& 2, E: plore space jihoasfelhtoLkeBlr
with NASA. spac Wishing all a Very Safe & Blessed at safe light on Lake Butler
L August 9, end of 4th $1000 Grand Prize Antique Car Show
summer bash. STARKE f Jul! LAKE BUTLER p1000 G Prizes
US-301S 145 SW 6th Ave. .....92pm
145dSW...h.Ave Additional cashprzes
d 964-6078 49 12pm Car Show Winners
Registration begins at 3:30am
Pantry in need NORTH FLORIDA Riat egiat am Raffle Ticket Prizes Music
of -donations EUP NTR TASat the boat ramp.
othe Union sy EQUIPMENT RENTALS $40 entry fee per boat. Karaoke and
Patihy, located at 125 E. Main WeRENT&SELLTheEquipment&ToolsYouNeedtoGETITDONEI $ne Mile Family Fun Run
St.iip Lake Butler, is in desperate 18yrs and older or 7am
need of food donations. Wishing All a accompanied by an adult. 7:00am
The pantry is also in need of Noon to dusk
fan donations to help cool the Safe & Happy 4th of July! Valid FL fishing license 5K Run 8:00am
volunteers 'during the summer
months. 9080 South CR-231 required. Register at Lake Ave F NW 3 St.
The pantry's hours are 8 Lake Butler, FL 386-496-2121
a.nM to. 12 p.m. every Monday, Weigh-in at 11am
Wednesday, and Friday. WB
Donations may be dropped off Water Park Bouncy Houses Food
directly at the pantry, at Roberts
Insurance or the Union County Games
We willbe closeXon Juy 4th... Bounce House Rick's Train Rides
"__________ -Cave a very Saie and Noon to dusk Noon to dusk
ELEC TIO N )-1ayyy 4rh o Vendors-Booth rentalwith tent AA M IAOf F+"; 1y F1(11!
Continued from Page IA 125 SW 6th Ave. Lake Butler 386-496-3900 $65 I
,uayFinley, Becky Raulerson, p
Ri~brd OTilsand Robert L. 3II re9 SPONSORED BY
ndidates for County ~-I W U L RD T P
Co .mission District -3 are: ,,::L K U L RR T R
Jimmy Tallman and William E"~hv ast ata l tapp!
Candidates for County i"! O O EIF R AINC L 5 -5 -0 6
Commission District 5 are: 4thF RM R NO M TONC L 5 -5 -0 6
Ralph Courson, Tra,,is W. Croft of" 352-745-6240 OR BUTLERTOWN@GMAIL.COM
and Barry Sams. 6105SW I1st St. 364636
i. ~ ~~Lake Butler ,496
BRY..........E TukSlsadalg Terri Douglass

I Hae A afe~ Ha py uly th!LICENSED DEALER
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(904) 964-4642 (352) 473-4006 _Happy & Safe 4th of Jul!!!Wiainy a vae rho y !
i (352) 473-4001 (352) 475-2400 (386) 684-2811 386.496.3004 LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 Political Adv. paid for and approved by Terd Douglass, Oem. for Tax collector
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City to stores:
please don't7
sell flavored 7K 5
StarkeJournal.com editor "
Lake Butler commissioners
asked the city's retailers to stop
selling candy-flavored tobacco
during its June II meeting.
Winnie Holland, administra-or for the Union and Bradford
County health departments, told _.hIe-panel Union County commis,gioners already approved a simi- J,
'iar resolution. .....
"This is a statewide initiative," ishe said. .
,In a letter to the city comi ".,o~V ~
ton, James Lyons, a tobacco
'Oevention specialist with the "f''
fiealth department wrote, "Union ---'
County has the highest rate of ont as e hiongheuth rate Second grade straight A's: (Back row, I-r) C.J. Freeman,-Morgan Hodges, Sabrina Miller, Will Odom, Gwenyth Parrish, Victoria Polbos and Alsa state of Florida by 300 percent." Ridgeway. (Front row, I-r) Maegan Beatty, Kyla Boney, Hayden Davis, Lorina Kelley, Andrew Laux, Eli Rimes, James Rogers and Zachary Romrell., Not pictured is Natalie Waters.

J U LY 4th ................
;Continued from Page 3A ....

license required. Weigh-in will "'-.
beat 11 a.m.
There will be an antique car .
show from 9-12 p.m, a one mile
family fun run at 7:00 a.m. and q
a 5K run 8:00 a.m. Register at
Lake Ave and NW 3 St. "
Other events and entertainment .. include karaoke and music from
,'noon to dusk, games, a bounce
.,house, train rides and more.
For more information call
954-650-7016, 352-745-6240
;or butlertown@gmail.com. The ......
L ke Butler Rotary sponsors this

counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th y "k Wednesday of every month from ?' ...' <
2-4 p.m. at the Union County Third grad straight A's: (Back row, I-r) Emily Davison, Jocelyn Gibson, Lynsie Johnson, Douglas Knagge, Brooklyn Williams, Whip Davis and Health Department, 495 E. Main Noah Tallman. (Front row, I-r) Paden Clyatt, Brian Kish, Julianne Roberts, Skyler Shatto, Braxton Dukes, Caroline Fillyaw and Hannah Perron.. St. in Lake Butler. Kneeling is Jared Philbrick. Not pictured are Aidan McRannolds, Brycen Peacock and Kaley Thornton.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors and persons -with workshops and a high school diploma or GED is required and the application packet, Please call the Union County Pittman ".ii 386 496-2045 ext
disabilities to understand herth in order to be a substitute for you will 'also need- to be School Board, Personnel 230 to 'pre register. Or email
insurance choices, apply for = Union County School Board, fingerprinted. The fingerprint Department, and ask for Pam pittmanp@union.kl2.fl.us.
assistance and file appeals. 2012-2013 school year. After fee is 45
SHINE does not sell insurance H O Ewo h completed training
or represent any insurance entity. Continued from Page 1A ,you ave TIpANK raUgto
For information or to learn about to the Voters and izens o
volunteering for SHINE, please ment dweller. He then 'struck call the ELDER HELPLINE at the victim in the head with a ion County.
1-800-963-5337. silver revolver, knocking him SH O E
to the ground. After the victim I sincerely Thank the Citizens of District 2 and all of
S told Caldwell he didn't have any Continued from Page 1A Union County for the opportunity to serve as your School
Substitute cash, the suspect ordered theman Board Member for another four years. I am honored and
training set into the bathroom, then fled the Larry his Miranda rights and humbled that you have allowed me to serve unopposed for
apartment. Witnesses saw Cald- asked the man what he knew another term. The Union County School well flee the apartment. The about the theft. Larry said a I promise that I will continue to faithfully uphold the Q
Board will be holding substitute victim later told investigators he Bradford County man broke into duties and responsibilities of this important office. I also
-teacher orientation on the and Caldwell were friends, the business, acquired the keys promise to continue to be a good steward of our tax dollars following dates: Union deputies arrested the and drove the Chevrolet off. to assure you that they are spent wisely. I will be a
July 11, and July 23, from suspect a short time later, af- Larry, however, admitted to put- proactive team player to provide the BEST quality
9:00 a.m. to noon for returning ter dogs and officersifrom the ting the gas in the car. education for ALL the students of Union County. I will
--substitute teachers. sheriff's 'office, Department Of Feltner charged the 21-year- always be mindful that this office belongs to the citizens of
July 12, and July 24, from Corrections and Florida Game old with burglary, vehicle,'theft, Union County.
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for new and Fish Commission tracked and a felony probation violation. If you have any concerns, you may contact me at (386) substitute teachers. him during a brief chase. Ac- The allegations against Lar- 431-1536. Again, thank you for the opportunity to continue
Training will be held at the cording to the sheriff's office, ry are not proven and he is pre- to serve as your School Board Member, District 2, Union Adult Education Building. Caldwell confessed to investiga- summed innocent until adjudicated County. Attendance at one of these tors he committed the robbery, guilty by a court. Your School Board Member;
stating he needed money for his Alvin A. Griffi
probation and to feed his family. Pal. Ad paid for and approved by Alvin A. Griffis, U nion County School Board Member Distnict 2.

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Dinner Theater .
to benefit youth i
group 14&
Christ Central of Lake Butler's :
youth will host a dinner theater
on Saturday, June 30, at 7:00 p.m.
$10 for dinner and the movie. I
Childcare will be provided for
ages 10 and under for an extra
$2 per child. All proceeds will
go towards the youth trip to see a
Christian concert in August.

Thomas family ..
reunion set /
The Thomas family, reunion Aim
for all of the decedents of Jessie, "
Alan, Roland. William and: .
Nicolas Thomas will be held on .....
Saturday, June 30 at 10:30 a.m. First grade straight A's- (Back row, I-r) Sarah Archer, Leah Clark, Ella Dicks, Colby Dukes, Karly Ann Raulerson, Caleb Ripplinger, Carson Rogers at Harmony Freewill Baptist and Karly Shatto. (Front row, I-r) A'Niecia Robins, Ethan Graham, Liberty Nice, Nikki Marman, Justiln Alford, Jayven Caine and Cole Huntley. Not Church. For more information pictured is Karleigh White.
contact C.L. Thomas at 386-7550654.

-vents at the
The Teen Movie Matinee will A
be on Saturday, July 14, from
12 to 2 p.m. Free admission and
popcorn. ,
Band Night will be held on V
Saturday, July 28, from 7-9 p.m i
$5 admission for public and $3
J -or JFOL members. All proceeds 3.
.benefit the JFOL's scholarship

VBS at Old
Providence .1 .5
Old Providence Baptist 'First grade straight A's- (Back row, I-r) Abigail Batson, Jill Alie Hercule-Espinal, Jasmin James, Kindall Johnson, Madison Johnson, Jacl Patrick, :Church located at 9316 NW Mason Sprague and Emma Perron. (Front row, I-r) Kendel Forsyth, Johnny Benefield, Claira Miller, Tamia Young, Rhett Gill, Auntrell Ross and z
countyy Road 245 (Price Creek Jordan Sanderson. Not pictured is Macey Pinkston.
,)oad) in Lake Btitler will
,fiold its Vacation Bible School .
"6n Sunday, July 15, through
friday, July 20, from 6:00 to
.:&3Op.m. Dinner will be served "'k,

Fundraising -4,.. : =:...

car wash set j .... ...
On July.,- 14,; ,le Senior ......
Citizens .,- Worthington .Springs will host a car wash k ..3k
and bake sale at Spires IGA.
,-from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ,,...

Lodge to meet
Lake Butler Lodge No. 52
F&AM located at 325 W. Main .
St. will meet on Monday, July L _... ....
2. Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m., First grade straight A's (Back row, I-r) Ben Cabral, Hance Jones, Tristen Woodall, Ethan Hancock, Katelynn Jenkins, Dylan Lovelace and Emili Meeting will follow at 7:30 Richards. (Front row, I-r) Katie Wade, Michael Mohl, Hope Andrews, lan Brannen, Jesse Parker, Regan Robinson, Aaliyah Seller, Ja'ckyrah White Ip.m. and Michael Young. Not pictured are Blake Agner, Rayvon Durant, Waylen Tetstone, Tre'von Lee and Max Newman.

Pop-W arner no judging so there will not Ear Deadline for submissions will beo School out for school during the week :of
be a winner or loser. Each Monday, July 2, at noon. July 4, due to the holiday. The,
fundraiser participant will get a t-shirt Due to the 4h of July, the holiday School Board office will also
The Union County Pop for participating. Talents can Union County Times deadline Summer be closed during this time.
Ther Unionwou nty Piketo p aveainclude twirling, singing, There will be no summer
Warner. would 'like to have adacsktcerplynan_________________________talent/fashion show to help raise
money for the program. If you instrument,oranythingelseyou
have a child who is planning on can perform. Fashion can be V.st,. .I...f POOL :ITS:TIME:FO R
playing football or cheering this your Sunday best, beachwear, ,
year that would like to perform street wear, school fashion, a talent or display fashion for etc., and will include boys and ...oIcre"&L New Leadership, New Ideas,
a "dinner, and a show" type girls. If you don't have a talent f: vrdyvaain lae niAccountability, Outstanding
performance, please contact pefrGe'"inso eore lc
Melisa Noble, Fundraising and fashion show. The show Will be : WHOLESAL E IPRICIN'GI~ii
E~n oriatr t(0)held in early August. This event TSIMLE Y Pol Ktsssmbl
:EetCodntrat(0)has surprises in store. More h AEMNYO l olSple
364-6463. -- J & Accesos. SipSet fo CTx.olco
The entry fee per child will information on the "dinner and CiToal 0 -9O 2frCTaloletrO
ibe $15. This will be strictly a sho wv" ~ill follow. 00 =9 PhklAd~P rana mdb e ols e h rol or
Entertainment. There will be...."


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!:; ;: years. Be assured that I '
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Master Mason on July 1, Master representing the most had found a trainload of "When I am asked by non are always in my mind.
Howard Colson 1947. On June 19, Douglas worshipful Grand Master of corpses and went into Dachau Masons what motivates me to Freemasonry is a brotherhood
was awarded his 65 year gold Masons in Florida, Jorge L. to release the prisoners that be an active Master Mason, of men (fraternity) under the Douglas service pin and certificate Aladro. were still alive. Just- two I immediately think of the Fatherhood of God (all trying
from the Grand Lodge of Douglas, on April 29, years later Brother Howard great men and Masons that to please and serve the Lord
awarded for 65 Free and Accepted Masons of 1945, helped liberate Dachau Douglas was initiated, passed have helped me 'become by action and example)," said 't!
years service Florida. The ceremony was Nazi Concentration Camp and raised as a Master Mason. a better man. Men like Ted Barber, WM of Pine Hill
-year conducted by Frank Camacho and Training Center for the His military and Masonic Howard Douglas and many Lodge Nb. 9 & PDDGIK4 97.
as a Mason on his official visit t'o Pine Hill Nazi Secret Service. The experiences have helped him other great Freemasons I
Lodge as the new "Friendly" 3rd Battalion, 157th Infantry and those he associated with have had the pleasure to Howard Colson Douglas 10th District Deputy Grand Regiment; 45th Thunderbirds throughout his life. associate with over the years


9,'free and accepted Masons,', as. the Lodge's Worshipful.. MasAer in 1960 at the age o
35.-> He was initiated in Pine .
Hill:Lodge located in Brooker, : '-"* ,'* "
0nDApril 8,1947, passed to
the' Degree of Fellow Craft Third grade straight A's (Back row, I-r) Halley Britt, Kaitlyn Gainey,-LiIHart, Mark Seager, Katy White, Ashlyn Agner, Serena Montemurro and Elaine .: on' May 5, 1947 and raised" Odom. (Middle row, I-Tr) Jacob ,Faulkner, Emily Johnson, Hannah Mason, Kaleb Renaldi, Caleb Tate, Blake Bass, Miranda Broughton and Colton ..
to: the sublime degree of Cox. (Front row, I-r)Kelley Durrance, Ryan Patrick, Dylan Schaffer, Delaney Sweat, Hunter Willams, Hayden Johnson and Megan Mobley. Not pictured are Briar Johns, Erica Roseke and Kelsey Starling.
Union SWAT team members support smoke-free speedway

MiS a monumental step against towards a tobacco free future.

tobacco in the sport of racing. Tobacco Free Florida is ,
eStock car racing has a long and a statewide cessation and
Ho> 'Lodg storied hisor wihBtbohaoreetin capigrune

the... ..includes years of sponsorships by Florida's tobacco settlement AHt
Sand the highly visible use of fund. The program is managed o ptobacco by 'dies their racin by the F dls ya Department of
Steams and fans alike. Health, specifically the Bureau.
"We're honoring Daytona of Tobacco Prevention Program.
S.. -. International Speedway for Smokers and Smokeless : ?
obtaking this important step tobacco users interested in
S"... to protect race fans from quitting are encouraged to
............. secondhand smoke, said call the Florida Quitline at.

Kahreem Golden, SWAT Youth 1-877-U-CAN-NOW to speak
.-----. ~. Advocacy Board Chair. "We-also with a Quit Coach..
-- --want'to encourage other outdoor To learn about Tobacco Free
venues in Florida to protect their! Florida .and the state's free quit
patrons by adopting tobacco-free smoking resources, visit www.
4 --............. andsmoke-free ptobaccofreeflorida.com or follow
SWAT is a statewide youth the campaign on Facebook
.. .. .: -, . ............. .. ..... .............. ... .......... .. ........ .. ............... ....... .. .. .......... ....... ... ........ ...... organization w orking to at w w w .facebook.com / :
Union County SWAT team members Dorean and Tiandra Sirmones met with teens from across Northeast Florlda to mobilize, educate and equip. TobaccoFreeFlorida or Tyitter at
recognize Daytona International Speedway for its bold movS to make the speedway's grandstands smoke-free. Florida's youth to revolt against www.twitter.com/to1b'~&freefla.
and deglamorize Big Tobacco.
Dorean and Tiandra visitors from secondhand smoke. "Families see drivers and venues asthma as it can trigger a severe It is a united movement of
Sirmopes, two SWAT teens The 'SWAT members,. along like Daytona as legendary and attack. In Florida, 1 .47 million empowered youth working
from Union County came with NASCAR driver Jeffrey this sends a healthy message to children and adults are diagnosed
toget.her-with teens from across Earnhardt, the Department of race fans?' with asthma.
Northeast Florida to recognize Health, and representatives-from The grandstands of Florida's "Smoke-free policies that are Daytona International Speedway Daytona International Speedway prestigious and historic sporting being voluntarily adopted by for its bold move to make the held a press conference outside venue will officially be smoke- businesses and organizations speedway's grandstands smoke- of the Grandstand Entrance in free, starting with the Subway across the state are helping ,tee: ...'early June. Jalapefio 250 Powered By Coca- to Save lives," said Director
."SWAT teens from Union along Im proud that leading race Cola on Friday, July 6. of the Volusia County Health with 21. surrounding counties organizations like Daytona are Secondhand smoke contains a DepartmentDr.'BonnieSorensen. S are, a part of Students Working protecting our fans from tobacco deadly mix of more than 7,000 "We should never underestimate I 1 *
against Tobacco (SWAT). These smoke add are showing young chemicals, hundreds of which the dangers of secondhand members also challenged other fans that smoking is no longer are toxic and 69 that can cause smoke. Breathing 'secondhand | a g a g
sporting and entertainment acceptable," said NASCAR cancer. Each year, nearly 50,000 smoke, even in small amounts or venues in the state to follow the driver and Tobacco Free Florida non-smoking Americans die when outside, can be harmful to [ I
example set by the speedway spokesperson Jeffrey Earnhardt. 'from a disease primarily caused 'your liealth." to. protect more Floridians and ' .from exposure to secondhand Aside from protecting race I [
smoke. fans and speedway employees
from the dangers of secondhand S i & S 3 -755-4328
W a art associate and Secondhand smoke is smoke, the smoking ban at the
especially harmful to 'children Daytona International Speedway
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Judgment of Foreclosure dated June FOR A DISTANCE OF 611.47 FEET OF COURT PROCEEDINGS: 6, 2012, entered in CiCe If you are a person with a disability
2009-CA-000083 of the Circuit Court POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM THE who needs any accommodation in
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".. ..- I of the 8" Judicial Circuit in and for order to participate in this
Union County, Florida, wherein BAC DESCRIBED, RUN SOUTH proceeding, you are entitled, at-no Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff 56o06'44" EAST FOR A DISTANCE cost to you, to the provision of and Kenneth J. Hollingsworth a/k/a OF 161.05 FEET TO A SET 1/2 certain assistance. Please contact Kenneth Hollingsworth and Naomi A REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH Ms. Jan Philips, ADA Coordinator,
I Hollingsworth a/Ika Naomi 633125" EAST FOR A DISTANCE Alachua County Family and Civil
I Hollingsworth a/ka Naomia OF 263.59 FEET TO A SET 1/2" Justice Center, 201 East University Hollingsworth f/k/a Naomi A. Willis, REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville,, FL Husband and Wife are defendant(s), 29018'29" WEST FOR A DISTANCE 32601 at (352) 337-6237 at least 7 I will sell to the highest and best OF 155.87 FEET TO A SET '/2 days before .your scheduled court bidder for cash AT THE FRONT REBAR; THENCE RUN NORTH appearance, or immediately uipbn
STEPS OF THE UNION COUNTY 63040'20" WEST FOR A DISTANCE receiving this notification if the time
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 103 OF 472.60 FEET TO A FOUND 1/2 before the scheduled appearance is UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE, REBAR LOCATED ON THE less than 7 days: if you are hearing
FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on July 26, OF WAY OF STATE ROAD NO. If you are deaf or hard of hearing and 2012, the following described 121; THENCE RUN NORTH require an ASL interpreter or an property as set forth in said Final 44015'49" EAST ALONG SAID assisted listening device to
Judgment, to-wit: SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR participate in a proceeding, please
contact:., the Court Interprete~r
.y" THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT ADDRESS: 7932 SE SR 121; LAKE 6/28 2tchg 7/5
(l-) Aand Ma, SsieCrafor, Cares raword an LyiaSea ofCrafor's PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION PARCEL ID NO.: 11-06-19-0-000- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF"[.HE
(1-r) Amanda May, Susie Crawford, Charles Crawford, and Lydia Seay of Crawford's COUNTY, FLORIDA. 0042-0 EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITiN
Custom Meats were presented a plaque of appreciation by 2012 senior Kelly Gray. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN ALONG WITH M/H ID #'S: AND FOR UNION COUNTY,'
VIN#: D100100A AND VIN#: at public sale, to the highest and Case No.:63-2011-CA-00110 Meats for the assistance they had never been able to reach their D100100B, MANUFACTURED best bidder for cash, on the front WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., AS' BYprovided helping to make project 'undraising goal," said Gray. HOME, WHICH IS PERMANENTLY steps, Union County Courthouse, 55 TRUSTEE FOR OPTION ONE'6
Times Editor grad for the seniors a success. In addition to the many awards AFFIXED TO THE ABOVE W. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
According to Gray, Charles and recognitions of the evening, IS DEEMED TO. BE A FIXTURE Florida Statutes, Florida at 11:00 SERIES 2007-5 Charles Crawford, Susie lnd Susie Crawford donated a the Esther King Memorial AND A PART OF THE REAL a.m. on the 12th day of July, 2012. Plaintiff,
CrMy and rs C ESTATE. That any person claiming an interest vs.
Crawford, Amanda May d hog to raise funds for Prqject Scholarship recipients were ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN in the surplus from the sale, if any, VIVIAN E. MABRY, AKA VIVIAN Lydia Seay of Crawford's Grad, which was cut in half so named as Gray and (not present) INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS other than the property owner as of ELAINE MABRY,, AKA VIVIAN Custom Meats were presented a that there could be two winners. Morgan Dukes, Lindsey Hanson, FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER the date of the fis pendens must file ELAINE JENKINS; UNKNOWN THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS a claim within 60 days aftei" the sale. SPOUSE OF VIVIAN E. MABRY, plaque of appreciation by 2012 The winning two were contacted and Michael Howell. This was OF THE DATE OF THE LIS WITNESS my hand and seal of said AKA VIVIAN ELAINE MABRY, AKA senior Kelly Gray at the school and were able to -choose how one of many achievements earned PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM Court on May 3, 2012. VIVIAN ELAINE JENKINS; ANY
board meeting held earlier this they wished for the meat to be by Gray during the school year. SALE. CLERK CIRCUIT COURT CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER
month. packaged. The school board commended If you.are-a. person with a disability BY: Julia Croft AND AGAINST THE HEREIN
The recognition was on the "Without the generosity of Gray for her continued academic Who needs any accommodation in Deputy Clerk NAMED INDIVIDUAL
ba order to participate in this Sidney E. Lewis, P.A. DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE -NOT
behalf of the 2012 senior class Crawford's Custom Meats, excellence. proceeding, you are entitled, at no Attomey for Plaintiff KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
thanking Crawford's Custom Project Grad would have cost to you, to the provision of "300W. Adams Street WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
certain assistance. Please contact Suite 300 PARTIES MAY CLAIM, AN
the ADA Coordinator, 201 East Jacksonville, Florida32202 INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,. University Avenue, Room 410, 6/21 2tchg 6/28-UCT DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR
W om an's club celebrates 1 00 years Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) 491- OTHER CLAIMANTS UNKNOWN
4490 at least 7 days before your IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE EIGHTH SPOUSE OF ROBERT W. CARVER, scheduled court appearance, or JUDICIALCIRCUIT OF THE STATE SUNSTATE FEDERAL CREDIT immediately upon receiving this OFFLORIDA, IN AND FOR UNION UNION; UNKNOWN TENANT(S) IN BY TIFFANY CLARK Union County was created persuasion, J.W. Townsend and notification of the time .before the COUNTY (POSSESSION) OF 'THE
Times Editor on May 21, 1291 making the W.C.Townsend gave the property scheduled appearance is less than 7 CIVIL DIVISION PROPERTY
woman's club older than the to the Woman's Club. The club days. If you are hearing or vice CASE NO. 63-2012-CA-000031 Defendents WELLS FARGO BANK, N.A., 'NOTICE OF ACTION
The Union County Historical county. The building used as the had to deed the property to the impaired, call 711.
REGINA PARRISH Ibiiitiff, To the following Defendant(s):
Society met this past Monday to courthouse in those days is the county to get a grant to move CLERK OF THE CIRCUITCOURT Vs. VIVIAN E. MABRY, AKA VIyfM,?
celebrate a 100 years of history club's building you seQ today. and renovate. Needing $5,000 Union County, Florida MELISSA LEA ATWATER; A/K/A ELAINE MABRY, AKA V.IVAN.
for the Lake Butler Woman's "This Old House" .as they call, SHAPIRO, FISHMAN& GACHE LLP SPOUSOF MELISSA LEA Last known address
club. Ann Hendricks, along %,ith it, was the center of activity on See WOMAN'S page 8A 4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd. ATWATER AIK/A MELISSA 7162 SW 6IN L TERRACE
several members of the club Main Street until. 1936 when suite100
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Defendants. #2; etr fal, Mort #2gage on te
S..",Defendant(s). eDefeodants:
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant NTC FATO ATH& FPRE ,MR
to an order or a final judgment of TO: MELISSA LEA AT WATER A LKO P C Y ESCRIED AS I ... foreclosure entered in the above- MELISSA ATWATER F S COMMENCE AT THE
captioned action, I will sell the Whose residence(s)is/ared UWE OF THE EAST
property situated in Union County, YOU ARE HEREBY reqed to lIe L tE NORTHWEST 4 F Fl:..opri, dsribed as: Uniyour answer-or written deeases,. I SEClION 15, TOWNSHIP 6 ... ':: ", :FIlorida, described as:-1 U MG
: l i; r : :!.: ? "EXHBI Aany; in the above pro'oeecllr wm SO~H FM IS EAST. AND
PORTIONS OF SECTION 2 AND the Clerk of this Cor and to siane OF STATE ROAD NO. 239,A PORTIONS OF. SECTION a copy..thereof u te s s -ThENCE RAU NORTH i03
.TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH RANGE 1 attorney,--La Ofices of DanilW C DEGREES 04 MINUTES 59
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[. ......ij 00000'00" EAST ALONG' THE Lot 34. Blc* iML 2D SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE'
TO A PINE TREE; THENCE RUN Book2, ZPajs 17and K fIke 85 DEGREES 38 MINUTES NORTH 61-27'46" WEST ALONG PdAft Records of Illio Cuny. SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF t'his picture was submitted by Bill McGill from the Historical Museum in Lake Butler. AN EXISTING FENCE LINE FOR A Ekba 320-.14 FEET, THENCE RUNWoman's club of 1971. DISTANCE OF 1.00 FEET TO A To wludle! : N ORTIH 0DEGREES 04 MINUTES
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The club was organized brick courthouse. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND THENCE CONTINUE NORTH Coi and to swe a copy thereof OF 207.21 FEET TO THE POINT
i ._November of 1912 at the Club members went before the FOR UNION-COUNTY, FLORIDA 61027*46" WEST ALONG upon ft ptairrs attorney, Law OF BEGINNING.
i"igh School building at that Union 'County Commissioners CIVIL DIVISION EXISTING FENCE LINE FOR A Ofrces of Daniel C. Consuegra,
Case #:2009-CA-000083 DISTANCE OF 1-00 FEEl, TO AN 9204 King Palm Dr., Tampa Florida a/k/a 7162 SW 66' Terrace, LaKe |me. S.A. Draper was elected and convinced them to give the DIVISION: W EXISTING FENCE CORNER POST; 33619-1328, telephone (813) 915- Butler, FL 32054
president, P.M. Padgett was vice- building to their organization BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP THENCE RUN NORTH 49"03"1 8660, facsimile (813) -915-0559, has been filed against you and you Plaintiff, WEST ALONG AND EXISTING within thirty days of the first are required to serve a copy of you
a vs FENCE LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF publication of this Notice, a default written defenses, if any, to it,; 7
was secretary. A large number of property to move it to. The KennethaJ. Hollingswortha/k/a 1010.37FEET TO.ASET'w REBAR will be entered against you for the Marinosci Law Group, P.C., Attorney patrons and teachers enrolled as Townsend brothers owned a lot. Kenneth Hollingsworth and Naomi A. LOCATED ON THE relief demanded in the Complaint of for Plainif, whose address is'100 W.
Hollingsworth a/k/a Naomi SOUTHEASTERLY BOUNDARY OF the petition. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 1045,'
members at that first meeting. near the lake and after much Hollingsworth a/k/a Naomia THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE DATED at UNION County this 22nd Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 6n )rHollingsworth f/k/a Naomi A. Willis, ROAD NO. 121 (A 66' R/W); day of June 2012. before July 19,2012 a date which is
Husband and Wife THENCE RUN SOUTH 44015'49" Clink ftlhe kutCutwithin thirty(30) days after the first
,Defendantfsk WEST ALONG SAID CaystalNomialai publication of this Notice in .THE:"
DeoutvyClerk UNION COUNTY TIMES file the'
ITS IME OR ... original with the-Clerk of this Court
ITS TIME FOR 1 ( either before service on Plaintiff's.
e aiet-j41 ~attorney or immediately thereafter; ::it !ee.1 ."d '1 einl i a' ee otherwise a default will be entered
cIA G 3. ve'-:jt.,cmo::tta,,-t against you for the relief demand in
New eadeshi, Ne Ides, .:g ttt4 tt t ni l This notice is provided pursuant to
Accountability, Outstanding :i ::i!Administrative Ordet'No. 2.065.
g ~iii ACT, If you are a-personwiha
Elct:disability who needs : anly
Te"4Dug as 6: participate in this proceeding,,:~ you
for uc Tax Collector ... i ::i L/I ~~i~ii are entitled, at no cost to you, the
.....provision of certain assistance..
............na..dbTD 0fT oe r '~.--~Lv'fg F iltyPersons WNith adisability who 'need"
Facility Lvinany accommodation in order to ii !i' ~ii! !!il participate should call Jan Phillips,
.:.,.>..,. ADA Coordinator, Alachua Countyi::.: i i!; i! .;. Courthouse, 201 E.University Ave...
.....ii~ii :: 'Gainesville, FL 32601 at (352)337:
.....YOUR DECISION REGARDING WHO WILL HELP 623 within two(2) working daysot
...........your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired ca11(800)955-8771;
........ I. E A D E 'R StI [1 P F CARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE IS IMPORTANT if you are voice impaired, call (800)
;: '.955-8770:
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
":;'::i2:2 ; : -" :., this Court this 20"' day of June,
L O. "3 R S~ ... 2012. REGINA PARRISH

02' 30OAR ur room rate is $2,650 per month MrnsiLwBy Crystal Norman

'for all aspects of our care.Sut10W1Cypress Creek Road
.1] I I Assessment of each individual's nesandablte is reurdbefore Sumitei1045 6/28 2tchg 7/5-UCT

l ['d '!l! ~ilI ]~i TI[ t1 The Union County Board Of County' I i' Commissioners will, be accepting.
Loca ed n Do nto n St rke ,: bids for Site Work on timber land that'
I I I L catdin~ wntovvn tark was just cut. Specs may be picked.
'iup on Friday, June 29, 20)12 at-the NextI to Wa .1iwrlih PIrark Board of County Commissioners'
Office located .at 15 NE 1 Street,'
"=Cail Cathey Pitts, Administrator, For Directions ,iLake Butler, Florida 32054. Phone
386-496-4241. Bids should be turned
....A. S IIP ) ID .'(904) ,,,, in by noon on July 16, ,2012. The:.
(OfvlAA DE RO/H LAOR)' A 64- 22 'bids will be Opened at the Board:" . ...Meeting that evening. '
-' ,6/28 2tchg 7/5-UCT.


Union County Library summer fun continues after July 4 break

Summer fun continues at the Union County Public Library. Top photo: The Union County Public Library is packed with children while local author Donna Harris reads one of her stories. Bottom left photo (I-r) UCPL puts on a show with Ben Riggs as the "Toe" Truck, James Brown as the Prince, Marina Ramos as Weeny, Tennille Brannen as Whiney, and Priti McNutt as Moe.. Bottom right photo: Mary Brown as Elsie, the Dairy Godmother and Sally Breedlove as Cinderella Bigfoot.

The library's next program is Magic Mike at Lake Butler Elementary School, Today, June 28, at 10 a.m. There will be no program the week of July 4.

WOMAN'S *Continued from Page 7A .

for this grant, they held chicken 3k .1 r
bogs, fish fries, and took on other
projects to raise funds. Their
hard work paid off, the money
was raised and the property was
deeded back to the club.
:The building was moved to its
current location using logs that
were placed under the building.
This process took weeks before
mules and tractors could pull it.
Afterwards, renovations began. ..4
Lime rock stones from High
Springs were used at the base
of the building, on the chimney
and on the fireplace. A front i "
porch and kitchen were added
and restrooms were installed ..Z
downstairs. The outside marker ,
on the chimney states "W.PA. .
1935-1937." .........aa:
For many years it was referred "....
to as the "civic center." Many :"
civic organizations have used .... ......
the building throughout the ':i *
years including the American Y'4J-a ..:i i 1Aa
Legion, Auxiliary, boys and girl 'a. 4aaa.
scouts, headstart, and for many a .' a . aa.a;a '
years, the Union County Health ..:
Department. k7 SO\
The Woman's club has been :".
involved with many projects to .,'. a a.
include: scholarships to high lot- P .
e.hool seniors, march of dimes,
project graduation, special . "
Olympics, heart fund, and more.
in 1971, the club sponsored ... o
the publication of the 50-year
"History of Union County." In .... .
1.976, during the bicentennial
of America they published a "! ::a
pictorial album People and i' 'a:- : a !
places of Union County" with f ..... 'a ... .
oer 800 photographs. .Profits :." ... :.a'::"i:
from theses projects* weie used: a ; .:. ".a i
Co purchase playground items for' a ..ia''" .. .a:.':
the Lakeside Park in Lake Butler i :. : : *
long with other'improvements.
iThe club continues to support ... ilk a
different programs and other ..:
worthy community projects. As .
for the building, this landmark '":a.a" :... aa"t,
will continue to be the home of;'
the Woman's club, and be passed 4
along to future generatibns .
because of its historic -.

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B Section .Thursday, June 28, 2012 FEATURES
Ga 0 -Lma, i E EDITORIAL.


Pu'rple-17 ,

U~ J" Every year on the first Friday.
of June, the consumers at the ~ Arc of Bradford County are
treated like royalty on what has. become known as Purple Day. ,
Consumers are treated to a day full of fun and games, but the highlight every year is when each consumer is presented with a certificate that recognizes his or her special qualities. Consumer's are recognized for ABOVE: Norman Dixon (left) plays such personality traits as "Best
his last domino, winning the game,Sml'orfrteruie but Ronald Bayliss doesn't want skills, such as "Best Hot Dog
to hear anything about It. RIGHT:- r~ Cooker." In the end, it's all
Norman Dixon was recognized for aotgvn osmr a
-his talent as "Best Can Crusher." that's allI about them, and ifz
The consumers at Arc of Bradford ~ you've ever attended a Purple ArstfmebrMticod(ig)rcivsahnk
-County enjoyed the awards, food Day, you know the consumers Ar staf mebr ro M ~ry (rigttee. e tak
and fun available at this annual enjoy it immensely.yohufrm ayWtt

RIGHT: Arthur Sullivan gets some ketchup for his hot dog with Mary Agnes Goldwire's
Assistance. BELOW: Eric Miller gives a smile, and why not? He received a certificate for having the best smile.

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Arc raises funds

with softball
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Players from the area and sur businesses rounding counties helped make Arc of Bradford, located on
the Arc of Bradford's inaugural S.R. 100 in Starke, is a non- 'A
fundraisin- softball tournament profit providing service to handi
a .success, with plans already capped people in Bradford, Clay .
underway to host another tourna- and Union counties. These adults ,,,...:,:. :': :. "
ment next year. with intellectual or development
The team Time Limit walked disabilities are provided with RIGHT: The Keystone Recreation Association helped the off the field a winner after a close residential services, a center to Arc of Bradford with its inaugural softball tournament.. game with a team from Palatka to attend during the day and sup- Pictured at right (l-r) are KRA President Nancy Hunt and tap play on June 16 at Little Rain port services in their home, or in her husband, Lee. ABOVE: The winning team poses Mke Par umeyte dul htstball Thacy h ee n ht h with its first-place base plaques following the Arc of
Mike rlnKyth eihts.ba ml y he Bradford's fundraising softball tournament, which
commissioner with the Keystone with the drastic funding cuts from wadfod fundrai in a rn e t one
Recreation Association, handled the state. Arc held a prize draw- wein e k y e
the details for the tournament. ing at the tournament to raise
KRA, a volunteer organization, additional funds. The air hockey
is responsible for maintaining and skater arcade machine was donors and players for making KRA, will take place Father's Little Rain Lake Park and rceives won by Mary Agnes Goldwire. this a successful event. Day weekend.. If you'd like to all of its funding through touma- Arc staff wish to express their Next year's tournament, which participate, please call 352-473ments and donations from local gratitude to all of the volunteers, will also involve the help of 4006.
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Prepare for flooding, improve safety

Union County and northern supply; one gallon per person per formula, baby food, diapers). with the floodwater. Bradford County were under day. Pet supplies (collar, leash, I If you smell natural or i.a flash flood warning Tuesday e Food-at least a three-day ID, foodcarrier, bowl). propane gas or hear a hissing
afternoon, meaning that flooding supply of nonperishable_ easy- Tools/supplies for securing noise, leave immediately and was either already occurring or to-prepare food. your home. callthe fire department.
likely to occur in the near future. Flashlight. Extra set of car keys and If power lines are down
According to www.redcross. Battery-powered or hand- house keys. outside your home, do not step in
org, there are things you can do crank radio (NOAA Weather *:Extra clothing, hat and sturdy puddles or standing water. to be better prepared for possible Radio, if possible). shoes. Keep children and pets
flooding situations. *Extra batteries. *Rain gear. away from hazardous sites and .
Before the flood First aid kit. Insect repellent and floodwater. ,:.' %, c...When rainfall is heavy, you Medications (seven-day sunscreen. Materials such as cleaning .
should: supply) and medical items After the flood products, paint, batteries,
Listen to area radio and (hearing aids with extra batteries, Afterfloodingoccurs,thereare contaminated fuel and damaged r WAI KrtIt00 IEEI ENC
television stations and a NOAA glasses, contact lenses, syringes, things you should do to preserve fuel containers are hazardous. LEI S W ILI(EII R I NG,
Weather Radio for possible flood cane). your safety: Check with local authorities for ____-_---_--__ "._."_-__ .__________warnings and reports of flooding Multi-purpose tool. Return home only when assistance with disposal to avoid M lie
in progress or other critical *Sanitation and personal officials have declared the area risk. U aOule l eROsB$ t Senlc-Ou81aufeo 8StWrr i1f 0S
information from the National hygiene items, safe. During cleanup, wear
Weather Service (NWS). Copies of personal documents Before entering your home, protective clothing,. including Guaranteed Rest$Prices
: Be prepared to evacuate at a (medication list and pertinent lookoutsideforloosepowerlines, rubber gloves-and rubber boots. Roof Leaks 9 Re-Roofs *'Shingles Metal moment's notice. medical information, deed/ damaged gas lines, foundation Make sure your food and e Low Slope. Mobile Homes e Commercial
When a flood or flash flood lease to home, birth certificates, cracks or other damage. water are safe. Discard items Lifetime Roofs Rotten Wood Replacement
warning is issued for your area, insurance policies). Parts of your home may be Se FLOOD, 12B Free Estimates Locally Owned www.LewisWalkerR00fing.com
head for higher ground and stay Cell phone with charger. collapsed or damaged. Approach Licensed
there. Family and emergency entrances carefully. See if porch ,&Insured (386) 496-0940 RC0067442
eStay away from floodwaters, contact information, roofs and overhangs have all
If you come upon a flowing *%Extra cash. their supports. .. ...............
stream where water is above your Emergency blanket. Watch out for wild animals, 1
ankles, stop, turn around andgo- --Map(s) f h area.. eeial ly',poisondus snakes that 4I* **(
another way. Six inches of swiftly Baby supplies (bottles, may have come into your home _0
moving water can sweep you off
of you feet. fodd~
If you come upon a flooded Z "
road while driving', turn around ,;'".'' "o
and go another way. If you are ( -Ro7 Club
caught on a flooded road and ______________________"ofLakeBuer
waters are rising rapidly around "Th Rn
you, get out of the car quickly ....... .... Tark fl Iake
and move to higher ground. Most e4TH OF JULY, 012ake raakes~eI B er
cars can be swept away by less
than two feet of moving water. CELEBRATION
Keep children out of the 11 AM 9 PMW DAl4 2
water. They are curiousand often
lack judgment about running
water or contaminated water.
Be especially cautious at night Eat out on the Deck and enjoy the Fireworks. when it is harder to recognize (we are takig reservations)
flood danger. Big Bass Fishing Tournament
*Becausestandardhomeowners All you can Eat BBQ Buffet $10.95
insurance doesn't cover flooding, Salad Bar, including Homemade Potato Salad at safe light on Lake Butler
it's important to have protection and Cole Slaw
from the floods associated with Smoked BBQ Porkr Antique Car Show
hurricanes, tropical storms, Smoked BBQ Beef Brisket$10Grn i A tqeCrSo
heavy rains and other conditions .Homemade Baked Beans Additional cash prizes 9-l2pm
that impact the U.S. For more Fried Catfish
information on flood insurance, Creamy Maccaroni and Cheese 2pm Car Show Winners
InuacePoraHeost t FrsDoldg es Registration begins at 3:30am Rfl iktPie ui
please visit the National Flood Hamburgers Rfl iktPie ui
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Be prepared or possible' Stewed Okra with Rice$4enrfeprbotKaa ead
Be prepaed for pssible" Homemade Cheese Grits i 4 nr e e ot aak n
flooding situations.The following Fresh Fruits"OnMieFmyFuRn supplies are recomme, ended: Homamade Desserts 18yrs and older or OeMlFaiyunRnm usic
Water-at least a three-day A Special Thanks to our Local Farmers! acco0 npanied by an adult. 7:00am
_____________________________________________Valid FL fishing license 5K Run 8:00am No ods
EL C ER S AS I Srequired. Register at Lake Ave & NW 3 St.

ELC TEEAGAKN Weigh-in at 11am
*/ I .11d Water Park Bouncy Houses Food
i Games

Bounce House Rick's Train Rides
FOR ;OUR Noon to dusk No ods

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Since Oct. 1979, the years of experience has given me

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_ ____ Stepping out in faith
birth of their daughter, Z'naya brought Faulkner to
Davis. She was born Tuesday,
June 19, 2012 in Gainesville. F
She joins her sisters Z'rya and F i C ri ti a n
BY CLIFF SMELLEY "We stepped out in faith, and
-Regional News/Sports Editor God has totally supported us," John Faulkner admitted there Faulkner said. "1 really believe SM cRae, ,as a time in his life ,,hen it that's why we're here today.
F'JA.". ....would have been "crazy' for We just stepped out on faith. PageL to him to think he would enter the God's faithful to those who are
*ministry, but once he heard the faithful." w ed June 30 calling there was no hesitation Becoming the pastor at First
Adalyn Faye Thurman on his part. Christian Church is simply the
William Michael McRae Faulkner, the new pastor at latest in a series of events that.
and Heather Elizabeth Padgett, First Christian Church in Starke, showed Faulkner and his family
along with theirparents, invite said he went to church growing that God was in control. Adayn Faye you to their wedding ceremo- up, but it could bettrbedescribed Faulkner was set to be a
Thurman ny on Saturday June 30, 2012 as being dragged there by his career military man. He was in
Thurman at 6 p.m. at the First United family. He did become more the National Guard for seven
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Thur- Methodist Church of Starke. actively involved because of his years and then in the Navy for man of Tacoma, Wash., an- A reception will follow at the wife, Kristina, but never gave a six. He and his wife were both
nounce the birth of their daugh- McRaes' home on Kingsley thought to actually pursuing a sonar technicians. They became
ter, Adalyn Faye Thurman. She career in ministry. friends going through training ip
was born Wednesday, June 13, Lake. One Sunday at Christ's San Diego, hanging out together
2012, at Madigan Army Hospi- Church in the Mandarin area of after classes. At first, they never
ta in Tacoma. She weighed 5 Jacksonville changed that. would've imagined there would John Faulkner Is the new pastor at First Christian Church
pounds 13 ounces and measured I 1 was just listening to the be anything to their relationship In Starke.
19 inches in length. Tho m as, message," Faulkner said. I beyond being friends.
'Paternal grandparents are don't know what it was, but Ijust "It started to get close to time
CWris and Michelle Thurman really had that tug on my heart. to get our orders," Faulkner said.
of, Lake Butler. Paternal great- I looked over at my wife, and I "We were like, '.We don't want n C ln c
grandparents are Oliver and Jane to w e said, 'I think God's calling me to to be away from each other,' and 11
Thurman of Lake Butler. Mater- be a preacher."' realized we really were in love
n4l grandparents are Vince and June 30 Faulkner said he had fought with each other. We were able to
Lorrie Culverson of Raiford. God for so. much of his life that get married while we were in San
Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Terry Thomas he was willing to give his life Diego." Don and Hazel Hurst of Raiford. of Brooker announce the en- totally over to God at that point. Faulkner had just been gagement and upcoming wed- He had a good job managing promoted to first class, but
ding of their daughter, Pam a restaurant-in fact, offers of sustained an injury in which he N Thomas, to John Whitehead, other jobs with better pay in the broke his elbow in three places. son of Mr. and Mrs. John area he lived came his way-and He had two surgeries, but was
Whitehead III of Lake Butler. he and his family had a nice unable to continue full-duty home. As Faulkner put it, it was service in his resulting condition.
Thomas not like he and his family had to He received'a medical discharge.
Butler is a teacher at Lake get out of town or make a change 1 A Berry
in their lives. Se FAITHlOB
Whitehead is employed as a
/- i~d deputy sheriff with the Union .ry
--- ;i : County Sheriff's Office.
: :,,:,., "R&J' s M aintenance !Service, LLC f r; e r
The wedding will be held R.J. Mitzel and Josh Hollingsworth
on Saturday, June 30, 2012, 'HOME REPAIR & LAWNMAINTENANCE"
Z'naya Davis at 6 p.m. at the First Christian
Church of Lake Butler. Re- Complete Home Care/
y ception to folow at the Hal Y. W
Z'naya Davis 'Maines C 'ommunity. Center. With Just One Call!
Mr. and Mrs. Zoya and Milton l friends nd family are inMr.an Ms.Zoa ndMito vte t ated.Dependable & Trustworthy 60V 18
Davis of Starke announce the vited to attend.
R.J. 352-318-4060 or Josh 352-258-1046 WT


with Christian Comedian

Dennis Swanbery


~First Baptist Church in Starke

America' s

"Minister of Encouragement"





"904-964-6562 ', .
t63 W. Jefferson Street ~Starke, Florida 32091

S Stand up for number of teachers who are about bullies in our school
leaving for other counties and the system, but it appears to me tha
i o what is right doubts in the leadership. she has become the biggest bully-,.
i~:iiit 1 I dI111wDa di righ amsmwaCfaotie nTee sasltl
Being so far from home, I in the schools.
Dear Editor. am somewhat of an outsider in There was absolutely noil TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR 0 TURSDAY, JUNE 28, 2012 a PAGE 4B My name is Paige Smith not having direct contact with concern for the best interest ofAnderson and I am a proud native the schools but only hearing the studefits in Bradford 'CounJ of Bradford County. Growing the voices of the parents that I when this decision was made. Pat on the don't pay their property taxes, explain to the parents who are up in Starke, my father owned know, along with the teachers The position of superintende iP
live off the system, one doesn't writing the tuition/donation a business, I went to Bradford I have known most of my life. of schools is designated to led, work, he rides his ATV and checks that keep your school County schools my entire life People I trust shared concern the school system and improvct motor bike having fun, while we afloat why you would do such and all of my family and friends over teachers leaving the school education for all .students, thisFarnsworths taxpayers support his family an utterly despicable thing to still reside in the one place I will system due to mismanagement decision does not reflect that
But yet, he doesn't have to obey such dedicated employees. I find always call home. and personal vendettas. This was whatsoever. I know Beth Moore.
Dear Editor: any rules or regulations. What's it strange that not .one person close eye disappointing to me. I attendedchurch with herandher
I'm so terribly sorry to hear wrong vith that picture? seems ready to accept blame for on the happenings in Starke, On June 21, 1 realized these family years ago.,I am stunned
of' the events and as an alumni! I.m e most of'the time with pride and were not just stories but truths that two 15-minute meetings-aU
fre Ieelt cmd spakn m easy to please, just clean this action, not the church pastor, appreciation of where I am from. about the state of the Bradford the explanation of her "prayiriqh!
friend, I feel compelled to speak up this area. not the headmaster of CCS, notleno th faiy ornedCuyscolytm.Iw buttiaeqtidsisngon their behalf. Norma Greene the Board of Directors. It seems I enjoy the family- oriented County school system. I was about it" is adequate indismissingii
Bradford Country School Bradford County they all w,,ant to blame God for foundation and the recognition appalled to .be informed that administrators that are dedicated
System is where we met. I this injustice since everyone has of"kinfolk." Chad and Jennifer Farnsworth to the lives of students in the or
called on Jenn years ago to "prayed about the matter" and Even now, living in New were let go from their positions county, our home... our future. -:
take on a position that didn't Orleans I hear the going-ons of with Bradford High School. My only thought falls back tp;,:
pa ad ferd e bneis hefitfu-God has a plan." C L
so now let us pour some salt the town, buildings being built, Regardless that there was no the fact that Chad Farnsworth.. (organization adviser). This did in the wound. Several of these businesses coming into town full explanation, other than announced his decision to oppose.
not deter Jenn or Chad from five.., teachers are facing personal and sometimes the politics, their "services were no longer Ms. Moore in the superintende tf
applying themselves even though Dear Editor: struggles, but all have remained campaigns and people I know needed," the facts are that these race, and a personal vendetta
scheduling was often tight. This I am writing this letter in 100 percent dedicated to our being elected by people I trust two individuals have been was created. I have longed 6"' position required time, money, response to a severe injustice children while on staff. That's into local leadership. instrumental in improving the move home closer to my famil ih
atind effort that was given freely that has recently taken place n right, these exceptional' teachers The school system in Bradford Bradford County school system, and friends, but in honesty,.iIl i.
ahd without hesitation. Often I my community. I have never were simply told "your contract County has ahvays been close with little or no support from the would not want my children t. would ask middle school students written a letter to the editor of a is not being renewed for. next to my heart. My entire life I superintendent's office. go to school i'n a system run by wihy they were in the club. The newspaper before and I am truly year" and "you just aren't part of have been connected to the For almost a decade, Chad Ms. Moore.-There is no place ij;) nPrmal response was "because saddened by the circumstances our plan for CCS next year." school system, not only as a and Jennifer have poured their such a small town that thrives on,,, of Mr. and Mrs. Farnsvorth." It that have compelled m to do so Parents. I am worried! If the student, but many of my family lives into the education of your values, history and families f% is through Chad and Jenn that n o "plan"callsforfiringfiveofyour members are educators- and children, grandchildren, nieces such unwarranted disregard fdr
students learn to believe in school administrators. I have an and nephews and I can't help the future of our children and,
s~etin: thmeles" he .I have lived in the Keystone! most loyal teachers, do we really -"'
aremeiving.-the, Starke area most of my' life. I am 'ant to be a part of this? I can unexplainable amount of respect but think, "is this yet another their education.
poir (Chad and Jenn) ehe ter of re wod only speak for myself vhen I say forthejobandtheresponsibilities personal vendetta?" Is this My heart is heavy consideririi"
p~r Chd ndJen)ar lvig"the mother of three wonderful that speak with it.f hn a
testaments to faithful dedication kids who have attended school at that I have made several attempts that come with it. because Mr. Farnsworth is now my close ties with Bradfoi'V and I know the future holds great Keystone Community Christian to contact the headmaster to no In recent years the discussions an opponent in the upcoming County and the school system)l" tings in store for them. Keyston with family and friends has superintendent of schools race? I am angry, saddened and most ofb'
IContknwtespcc School for a combined total of 13 avi.Ihebentdse will chne hn.tligaotwudhope not. HoeeI find all disappointed in the leadershipaq
I do ndno w the specifics years. I. have never regretted my return my calls "after the closed changed when talking about would hHowever, I surrounding the decision. This, decision to enroll my children board meeting regarding this schools in the area. The it very ironic Ms. Moore ran in to me, is not important. The loss, in this school and have always matter" but I am still waiting discussions now are about the 2008 on a platform concerned See LETTERS, 9#,,,,
the contributions, and the simple been more than satisfied with for some well-deserved, truthful bo
jdy they both brought to my life, the education they have received answers. And you may have a '
tte lives of others, and to their while attending here. That is harder time getting through now classroom will be sorely missed. thylamcompletelyheartbroken that the school secretary/nursehJeams lthk IFrespect them, their service, and ath nesIrcidfom has resigned as well. am/ very '7
oer the year supporter of me numerous concerned parents My hope is .that all those who Th a kand
e t ya. last week 6ver the "firing" of read this letter will take a stand thankful
confident they will both continue five faithful teachers, some of for what is right, especially those to shape and mold the good in which have been on staff since who have a vested interest like honored to c
c~ery student. Their dedicationteicpino h col myself. These, ladies deserve IU / 1il!
t4 education is unshakeable and have spoken with three of the their jobs back. Though some sev for
should be modeled in every five teachers involved aboutthis *may refuse and who could blame both! I can think of no one children have had the privilege their hands and knees asking ah t
naore deserving of the position to learn from. Not one of these forgiveness for the deceitful of superintendent than Chad women was given a "reason" for manner in which this whole as your
Rirnswvorth. Go vote, Farnsworth their dismissal. thing took place, not only from c o V
ai superintendent of schools. Now I realize in the great the "faithful five," but from God.
SJeremnv Pierce 0 s el.O
JereHSmy i state of Florida employers are as well.
B Am .not required to give employees Melanie Ford Elections. Dq!
a "reason" for termination, Keystone Heights
WV hat is code but you had better be. ready to I Pol. Ad Paid for and approved by Terry Vaughan Dem. for Supervisor of Elections.
bor? BAFR _*
W'ear Editor: BRADFORD
ZTuesday of this week I
&bficted' :Sgt, Shufordo r M W .
ejiforcement officer, concerning ...._,W 0 T
neighbor letting his garbage
clect for months in the bed of 5 ]
Its truck. Shuford told me he
'Mould get righton it. VOTERS .,,,
iToday I called him to find
dit if he had a chance to look
ihto the situation. He informed Bradford County, Florida Precincts & Polling Locations
rne that he had been out here Revised May 2012
ad the collection of garbage W hfl.en your new
ip a truck was not against the Vding ordinances. He said that Voter Inform ation Car'd Precinct 1 Grace United 1822 Madison St Lawtey, FL 32058
there are no coding ordinancesCounty District 2 Methodist Church
against garbage being in a truck arrive s
the back yard. He said being Precinct 2 Macedonia Freewill 2496 Lake St Lawtey, FL 32058
ii a truck meant that the garbage County District 1 Baptist Church
N.ould be taken off. He said that
I.P was going to try to work with Verify that the follow inS Precinct 3 Bradford County 1805 N Temple Ave Starke, FL 32091
the individual and persuade him
to get rid of the garbage on a infOrTaton. i correct: County District 2 Senior Center
aily basis. He said that there
i as no coding ordinance that Precinct 4 Heilbronn Springs 21354 NW SR 16 Starke, FL 32091
ys limbs falling on fences have County District 2 Baptist Church '
to be cleaned up. *A
; Shuford knows what a problem Nam e & _A h'P no9ne
il is trying to get individuals Precinct 5 Madison Street 900 W Madison St Starke, FL 32091
6ut here to clean up anything, County District 3 Baptist Church
L~cause it took him five months ..A...yv
6 get another person to bring Political arty Precinct 6 Bayless Highway 11798 NW CR 225 Starke, FL 32091
l'iis property up to code. Now County District 5 Baptist Church
id property is almost back like _________lr, vas. If there were no coding Precinct 7 Church of God by 730 Old Lawtey Rd Starke, FL 32091
orTdinances against 'collection D t of ~it County Distyictl1 Faith
Qf" garbage, why didn't he tell D t it
the this when I called him on' Tuesday? Precinct 8 Starke Golf & 15501 NE 14' Ave Starke, FL 32091 'K!
p. NeedleSS tot useay. ,itOt mVerY I- a~n yr of i- i.nI.'oi- .aH _ovr. county District 3 Country Club
told him that in Clay County incorrect, contact, o111 Precinct 9 Madison street 900 W Madison St Starke, FL 32091 ,
ere were coding officer's who CutDirct5Baptist Church
jde around the county and if an office rights away.Conyitit5
Individual was not abiding by Peic 0'S 'F
,-the ordinances, the officer would Peic10Theressa 1748 SE81 Ave Starke, FL32091
dive them 30 days to clean up or ********"**************' :l~ll" County District 4 Community Center
endNever in my life have I ever U E A O E Y M L! Peic 1Hmtn ats 33Nvrev apoF 24
hived in an area ,,'here there were """1R LA .V T BY MA LrCunyDrct hmpto Bats 33NvreAv apoF 24
an limits to what an individual can LI Cony itic ICuc
do. Here if you live in the county', Move your polling place to your living Prcnt1 esoe ntd40 R1Sut esoeHihs
i~ou are allowed to have fencesPrcnt2KesoeUie404S 1Suh KytneHgt,
at are not 'up to code, gas cans, room. R qetyour ballot early county District 4 Methodist Multi- 'FL 32656
'propane tanks, old vehicles, old Lycnatn teS prio ofMistygd
horse trailers, let your garbagebycnatn teSu rvsr_________iile up, have a business that's Elections office' via telephone, Precinct 13 Praise Christian 10813 SW CR 18 Hampton, FL 32044
niot pertaining to how the area e al al npro rb iiigCut itit5 Asml I RHM
s zoned, etc. on your property em ilmi,_neroobistigontDstit__ AsmbyInGAHM)and. there's no coding ordinance our website. Order your absentee Prcnt1:roe iy145Tttn v roeF 22
against it. balotcunt HallCommnity 145Tttn v roeF 22
_ Why have a code enforcement balttoday! ConyDistrictS5Hl/omnt
fficer? Why should the sheriff's B A TH RU H V EE RL !Center
ffice be 'in charge of this THEVOT
eat wn ,hen there are no BEAT RUSH EARLY
bules or regulations to enforce? Erydts an lo tin All Bradford County Precincts are in C n rsi alDistrict 3,j
I can understand wvhy this E ryVoting d t ours andCongessiona
department doesn't try to help are posted on our website located at: State Senate District 7 and State House District 19 /:,
c.m.I sbcus hyfe htan't besatisfied; thatliam just an www.B radford Elections.com Fo.oe.nom tin....NNfl~B SR O
.old complaining woman; woman TAKEorePHOTOatio SIGNA~/v~v TUR.. E IUENTFIAO L
,being the key word.. My daughter '! y b'a fa Call '904) 966-6266 TK HT 1NTR DNIIAIn
:4vas told by a key individual .that T ht V u h n TO YOUR POLLING LOCATION OR -s"
.he sure was glad he didn't hayveofEecin or visit our web site: EARLY VOTING SITE SO YOU WILL :'
eighbors s peike US.l~ reern o upervisor ofEeto s www.bradfordelections.com NOT DELAY YOUR VOTING EXPeRieNCE. :i



GriffiS and wearing a mask or hood theft, attempted escapeand van- Starke was arrested June 22 by was set at $12,500 and he was John Janssens,33,of Keystone
G riffi *while committing a felony. dalism. Bradford deputies for aggra- released June 21. Heights Was arrested June 20 by..

sentenced to Devon Andres Carnot. 35. of Stephanie Crews. 46, of Mel- vated assault, criminal mischief Hunter Mack Herndon, 18, of Clay deputies for battery.
Jacksonville was, arrested June rose was arrested June 23 b with property damage, and bat- Keystone Heights was arrested Dontrell Juwan Larry, 21; of 17.5 years 20 by Bradford deputies for driv- Clay deputies for petit theft. tery. She remained injail at press June 24 by Bradford deputies for Lake Butler was arrested June 22
ing with a suspended license. John Marcus Erin 36. of time. firing a weapon. Bond was set by Union deputies for a felony
BY DAN HILDEBRAN .Bond was set at $500 and he was Lake Butler was arrested June 20 George Michael Greenidge, at $50,000 and he was released probation violation,.burglary ad
StarkeJournal.com editor released June 20. by Bradford deputies for driving 20, of Starke was arrested June June 25. vehicle theft.
> P "21 by Bradford depties for two Manuel Atruro Castillo, 42, with a suspended license. He was Bradfrd deputies for two William Huffman, 54, of Key- Matthew Limbert, 48, of Keyfederal judge sentenced of Worthington Springs as ar- released June 21. counts of possession of cocaine, stone Heights was arrested June stone Heights was arrested June
Brdfr ede jde enen cfWrhntnSrnswa r eesdJn and two counts of selling co- ..
Bradford resident Doyce Dean rested June 23 by Union deputies Houston James Fender. 20, of caine. Bond o set at $20000 21 by Clay deputies for contempt 22 by Clay deputies for contempt
Griffis to 17.5 years in prison Houston James Fender. 20, of cai ne. Bond was set at $20,000
for battery. resisting an officer of court. of c.purt.
Griffis to 17.5 years in prison for battery resisting an officer Starke was arrested June 25 by and he was released June 21.
The former tanning without violence, aggravated as- Bradford deputies for larceny, Richardlyn B. Jamison, 18, of Nobel Shane Maddux, 29, of
tor secretly record client of sault, Itewdness, and disorderly burglary and dealing in stolen ofM eLavon arre son 3 Starke was arrested June 25 by Lake Butler was arrested June 23 tor secretly recorded clients of buglryaddeaincnttoe
Bradford deputies on an out-of- by Union deputies on an out-ofhis self-service tanning salon, property. He remained in jail at by Bradford deputies for driv- Bradford deputies on an out-of- by Union deputies on an out-of
while they disrobed, over a 10- Michael Channell, 31, of Key- press time. ing with asuspended license and county warrant.Shewas released county warrant.
yerperiod beginning in 2000. stone Hei-hts w~as arrested June June 25.
year period beginning in 2000. one Heights as arrested June Betty Jean Gilmore. 56, of possession of marijuana. Bond See ARREST,
The 49-year-old pleaded guilty 19 by Clay deputies for grand S ARREST, B
in February to five counts of producing child pornography. The
judge also sentenced Griffis to
10 years probation.
Bradford deputies arrested
Griffis in April 2011, after one
of his customers said she thought
she saw a red light behind one of
the mirrors in the room the tanning bed was in, possibly indicating the presence of a camera. _(
State prosecutors charged him ...
with 20 counts of voyeurism and
four counts of possession of child pornography.
In September a Jacksonville
grand jury -indicted the 49-year- -7
old on federal child pornography

FHP sets
checkpoints A
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and Union + Y O U

Bradford County-C.R. T
230, C.R. 100A, C.R. 231, C R. urouper Ire$ s GETH ER
225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221, C.R. STEAK & SEAFOOD
233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16, C.R. 227, Kitchen
Speedville Road, Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R. 214, NW 177th i irO ins 14Ct ri fow SZarke A4
SIt., S.R.231, C.R. 235, SW 75, 01 ast Ca Street in 'istoric'Downtown St-ar 904-964-9253
Union County-C.R. 238, "r$ TR
S.R. 121,.S.R. 16, C.R. 18, S.R. e o Aoe
2, C.R. 229, S.R. 238, S.R. 8, ,

epom .,A /I..

set up in z opo/ a/ SIi &RJE S
Starke area 5 o, eat o ,
The Starke Police Depart- /r6,. e y oear o
ment and Bradford County Sher- 5Lfar e without e a 7/J ot e
iff's Office will conduct vehicle he 0a oMm 7 ) e
checkpoints in the following lo- fodyte a e
cations throughout this month: re e are ha, oESTA //WeT
*US 301 north of S.R. 16 to 1 e alneer edm e A leme oa n
C.R. 233. eeer-an.5, c~ha;5 n tneroner
U.S. 301 south to the county evcer,,-nen O '&a5 ;.s ;~ -der ou /7e
line. / o $bsz yea.
l . 16 west to Northwest a ad o Vd Sor aOR TS PU
177" Street. ea 2 Alley rir i OP E N 6 D A Y S
S.R. 16 east to C.R. 230A. 1"oald noe Ze '9 I ;, ,
,.S.R. 100 east to Colley ze odal/, O P E 6; e
Road. 're
.R. 229 to C.R. 225. a( lhea N osed Mondays)

Recent arrests in LUNCH -DINNER
Bradford, Clay or
Union Are You Smare
.The following individuals
were arrested recently by local law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Keystone Heights area) counties: un2b I V
James Martin Anderson, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested June 20 by
Lawtey police for driving with a.-.......t

suspended license. Bond was set AN T
June 21. 1 IV.:!!:! !:i ii !;!:!;:!
oati50ond he was releasedF I EVE
Jennifer Baggett, 34. of Key- .k. TestS *
stone Heights was arrested June na
21 by Clay deputies for a proba-A WEDNESDAY NITE
James W. Barnes. 40, of -"-t-----.!
Brooker was arrested June 22 by
aper.Bndws e a 4.0 ......................... 7 PM til ?IN THE PUB a a k p
Bradford deputies for failure to appear. Bond was set at $4,000
and he was released June 22. of NITES SATURDAY NITES
Cheryl Lynne Birk. 48, of FRD Y NT SA U D YNTE
Lawtey was arrested June 21 by
Bradford deputies for failure to June 29i Celebrate June 30VEMU.i
appear. Bond vas set at $3,000 *
and she was released June 21. Bartender Bev' Birthday j
erry DavidarBraam u6, id BEN CATER BANDM T ISY E D
utbY Bradford deputies fOrcntthree ,U rn,,-. -.,:----- f !
ut of fraud and three sNOCOVER DINNER & MUSIC: PERFECT EHER
of larceny. He remained in jail at .. . ...__:___-; -._____,._press time. Caldwell.Jr. "The Original" July 7
22, of Lake Butler was arrested .. :

June 23 by Union deputies for L" CLAY BROOKER

arm duringthe commissin.ofa NO .VER "COUNTRY AT /T'S BEST ON GIANT TV
felony,, battery, home invasion


Eaves and Thornton receive SPIRES
'jYawn Memorial Scholarships
I Andrew Eaves and Jessica 610 1st Street S.W. Lake ButFlorida
''Thornton, w~ho both graduatedB ter
J"!.from Bradford High School with
"';he class of 2012, have been se- .
lected to receive Lila Rae Yawn G N 1 0--,A T .
,t-Ithaemorial scholarships, which r.... j m :" GOEYSL
..award recipients $500 with which .
lo attend Santa Fe College.
'Eaves, the son of Len and &OS
Donna Eaves, earned outstand- iA *L E
ing honors at BHS and also graduated from Santa Fe. College's FR SHFRESH
;emergency medical technician SO
program. He plans to attend
.Santa Fe's paramedic program
,; ~before transferring tothe Univer-,, = R MT C SBN E
sity of Florida to pursue a medi.vu If:cal degree. DRUMSTICKS
":'"Tornton, the daughter ol ~-rd_1 1 t s S Ol e / l
;f'Ihie and Brenda Thornton, gradu-'ted from BHS with outstanding !
honors and was Sixth in her class. I L /
She plans to finish her associate's
_degree at Santa Fe in the fall andI t ,.-,.-, B- FRESHB
continue to attend Santa Fe to ac- BAR-S
quire the prerequisites to transfer
to a university. Health care ancf Andrew Eaves and Jessica Thornton are this year's R ---i,music at areas of interest recipients of Lila Rae Yawn memorial scholarships.
muicar to res f ntretPhoto by Brenda Thornton.B ULE G HCR
Thornton plans to pursue.PhtbyBedThronRN Lila Rae Yawn was an em- death in 1999. Carolyn Eaves hips are: Kasey Eaves, Ben Cartployee at Santa Fe College and established the scholarship in er, Celia Ennis, Tanya Wilkison, an active participant in the Brad- 2005. Crystal Moody,.Leanne Eaves
'ford County community until her Past recipients of the scholar- and Jennifer Detlefsen.
10 PKSI1 3 iesI 1O
Our People in Service... VAN CAMP'S BETTERVALU
ated from basic training at classroom study and practical P 0 N K N E A
Fort Jackson, S.C. on Feb. 22, instruction on naval customs, 2012. He graduated AIT in Fort firstaidfirefighting, water safety Leonard Wood, Mo. on April -and survival, and shipboard and Ilk
27, 2012, where he completed aircraft safety. An emphasis was training as a military police. He also placed on physical, fitness. B E O0IT
is a'graduate of Bradford High The capstone event of boot 10 01 d th l/ j 11
School in 2010, and is currently camp is "Battle Stations." This stationed at Fort Leavenworth, exercise gives recruits the skills 15 Kan. Shockley is the son of Sam and 'confidence they need to and Darlene Shockley. succeed in the fleet. It is designed / .0
to galvanize the basic warrior FRESH PORK'BONELESS FARM FIELD
Myers, attributes of sacrifice, dedication,
ye rs teamwork and endurance in each
recruit through the practical iL.
--graduates application of basic Navy skills S IR LOI
Marcus Shockley and the core values of honor, n
basic training courage and commitment. Its
..... 0ckcruit distinctly ."Navy", flavor, was .: 3, si i O
,sh Cameron Myers recnt designed to take .into account ,
completCameron A. Myers recently what it means to be a sailor. g r d t completed United States Navy C.C e so L ku lradBl
basic training at Recruit Training Myers is the son of Courtney
"basic training During the eight-week D. Myers of Lake City. He is C. Crews of Lake Butler and Bill
"tasctrnnn Drng te igtwek2008 graduate of Columbia High
program, Myers completed
Marcus Shockley PFC gradu- variety oftrainingwhich included School of Lake City.
____________________________BANQUET CHEF

Local native Lane promoted to
assist DOC regional director POT PBoz.
70OZ. 15OZ
-Eric Lane Sr. was promoted Lane has approximately 26 state, federal and private juveto assistant regional director for years of experience in correcRegion- I within the Florida De- tions, including Working with See LANE, 10B partment of Corrections, which
will include the responsbilities 0, ,1
of assisting the regional director
in monitoring 19 institutions and
being involved in the day-to-day
operations of four private partner
Lane, who was previously assigned to Baker Correctional
Institution, began his career
with the Flo~rida Department of
Corrections as an officer at the
Reception and Medical Center.
in Lake Butler. He received an internal reassignment to the But- BREDE CICEN CENTRAL ALLEY
ler Transient Unit, which later"~. became New River Correctional HU G ESo E D R IK
Upon earning .his bachelor's ..[
degree in criminal justice in R
1990 at Edwvard Waters ,College e R E E h B A I l
in Jacksonville, Lane wxas pro- pee q im n 2PC
moted to a position of probation KIc oPShelEd ofS
correctional offi cer at Lawtey toPvlue
Correctional Institution. In 1993,(p $00S O E
he was promoted to correctionalpucae aprobation senior officerat New ihteo
River.ZEOTRScgPR CH P ..
ment of Corrections in Septem.~ ber i1995 for the position of seniorCon er aIM w r
correctional treatment specialist
with the Federal Bureau of Pris- FREK~ SfH IG S FRES TEA STYLE
ons. In February, 2003, he wvas appointed as assistant warden
,at the Reception and Medical in July 2004 to the Region Ii Of- 6 t s S O
fice of Institutions, where he as-" sisted the regional director with e I l0 i sIO
the day-to-day functions of 14 state institutions and one private MUELLERS PEANUT
facility. Y A N 'PAC
In February 2006, Lane wasIIT
promoted to the position of war- *~5D IE ~ n u
ilen 'at Everglades Correctional AELAWN d GARDEN BYN C AT EVC
Institution. He was reassigned 11COMMERCIAL DR. 1100 / WAl OT T. '1 030
,.io Jefferson Correctonal Insttu- .KEYSTONE HT, FLSTRFL_____081 10O I0
,. tion in October 2008 and then to 352.473-4001 904-964-4642 80SIZ
' 3 ainesvilt Correctional Institu- OPEN MON-SAT 8AM-SPM OPEN MON-FRI 8AM-6PM '-ion in February 2009. .- CLOSED SUNDAY LE SA U NDAY -4PM6


Hogan Smith: An icon who walked among, us,

BY BUSTER RAHN the usual taciturn Smith, he left -."K. <'~.''.mret te lrrwokshedaunpieresfcetergardens and crblis to
Special to the Telegraph-Times- the building. trees, especiall1y those to decrease the damage from protect them from their or their
Monitor Smith was offended because ~ .with large trein woods fires.negbr'lvsok
William Hogan Smith w~as a the commissioners didn't say 4~.' scars (cat faces) on Smith knew the psychology of It was the law, and people
true icon among the people of grace before eating lunch. ~ two sides. The 8- to his workers and never worked accepted the situation as it was.
Brdod ony uig i dlt.Nw mt ws' atb~10-foot butts with them on Mondays. It w~as the The cows and hoes roamed, the
years, rearing a family, building thumping churchgoer. In fact, he tupniescr"ee~ sober-up day," a day on which streets of the small towns as (hey
an empire and befriending people didn't go to church, but he was cut off and left in the workers did their own thing did the woodlands, tearing, up
in need. a Christian, according to his two the woods as being of patching harness, greasing flower beds and eating vegetables
He was generous with his living children, JoAnn Smith ~ ~ worthless, wagon wheels or doing whatever in the women's gardens. Womnen
wealth. gi vi ngat least three people Bahn" and "Tombo' Smith. In .~ ~ ~Smith bucked the came to hand. They worked were adamant in wantin g
land on which to build homes. fact, on Sunday morningste ',.,. tide. He boxed only Saturday mornings, giving them domestic animals removed from
The names of the recipients are and other children in the family the trees on his own a 4.5-day week. city streets and yards.
unknown, and may have been were dressed and sent to the land. Smith's workers were housed In addition to destroying
neither relatives nor employees. Starke United Methodist Church The term "boxing" in two areas: Sampson City and yards and gardens, cattle were
When a farm employee-or for Sunday school. Hogan Smith 'refers to. the process Lincoln City. killing people on the highways
possibly a sharecropper died- would drive out to his extensive of getting gum from In the 1930s, Florida was by standing or sleeping on, the
Smith provided for the family land holdings, saying the land the trees, in which known as a free-range state warm,.dry highways in cold tnd/
until they were self supporting. and timber were his sanctuary. 41 trees are scarred because it had no laws governing or wet weather, especially during
The fact is. no one knows the His life exhibited the principals .with a special knife, free-roaming livestock. Cattle the nights. With the advent of
many people wvho were indebted of Christianity in every' way, ,. ,,causing the gum to (and other animals) ran free on better roads in the late 1920s and
to Smith at the time he died, in other than attending church at I I ,'. flow into containers, the wide savannahs of south 1930s, up to 50,000 tourists w ere
1982, at age 83. on Sunday mornings.''~~' which are thep Florida, and with the small coming to Florida each year.
review of his life has not WlamHgn mihgathered by a crew. population, there was room for Those coming in self-contained
turned up a single individual with The Early Years and transported to the all without fencing. In north units -forerunners of camping
an adverse story or claim against Hogan Smith's parents were, stills wrsopetflhouhout still. for processing. Florida, which was geared to row
the late resident of Bradford Richard and Josey Shi Smith, the pine-grow~ing South, where The tree is cut one streak higher cropping, people were forced to See SMITH,. 8B
County who owned thousands wvell-to-do farmers and owners an average of one could be found at regular intervals to keep the
of acres of land, but not one foot of a cotton gin in Hawvthorne. ever 7 ie ln alods, gum flowing, with the scarring
outside the county. On those rare, Smith was born on the farm, ~vihsipd5-gallon drums. reaching about 1:0 feet in height. R&J's'M aintenance Ser-vice, LLC
occasions he went out of the' approximately 5 miles north of of processed resins. Eal n prtr tlzdtreR.J. Mitzel and Josh Hollingsworth
county, he made every attempt town,.ro The Sampson City still was cotta cups, but they were fragile.&L,4N AI EN N E~
to return to the county to sleep. His parents migrated fo 'owned by one of the several and operators eventually began "HO-1M VE REPAI JRNMAN EN N E
He simply said he slept better in Rutledge,. Ga., and like other turpentine facilities in Valdosta using metal cups for collections. Bradford County than elsewhere, farm famiiste patdeotton Ga., which had interest The Smith still was one of the
and returning to the county, he for their "money" crop. elsewhere-not in operating' larger facilities in thestate,,vitha
would say, "The pine trees look In the years prior to 1917-18, stills. Thus, the young Smith wvas va9n~hc h u acoe better in Bradford." the boll weevil was active in areas provided with an opport Iunity about 20-25 feet across and 6-:8 1. PRESSURE -CLEANING 8. LAMINATE'
During his lifetime, he made west of Florida, but it finally to purchase the still, including feet deep. In his barnyard, Smith
one trip out of state, according to reached Hawthorne via Texas, land and equipment. It was the had 50 big, strong mules for PAINTING 9. HARDIE SIDING
his family, and that was to visit a 'moving eastward from Mexico. beginning of one of the largest pulling wagons, which were usWODeECE sister living in Madison, Ga. It crossed the Rio Grande River independent owner-operators in for','dipping" gum -that is,giiM 3.CARPENTRY 10.WODFNE
Although wealthy by most in 1910 and gradually expanded north Florida. into the woods and emptying the 1.PROA
standards, he always bought eastward into the cotton-growing, While Smith worked onl i collection containers from the 4. TILE 1.PROA
either Fords or 'Chevrolets,. and southern states. The boll weevil own stands of pine trees, other trees into a bucket, Which, when 5.PCS12. LAWN MAINTENANCE' never drove more than 40 miles wasn't. just a nuisance, it was turpentine operators usually filled, was transferred to the 5 EK per hour. During 1940-1958, devastation 'to growers and leased the rights to harvest the wagon. 6. WOOD ROT REPAIR 13. TRACTOR WORK
U.S. 301 was a two-lane road, shippers alike. 'liudgd"fo laowes The clothes worn by the dippers
and Smith would drive on the Other areas have returned to in the area. In those days, land became saturated with pine gum 7. DRYWALL .14. YARD CLEANUPS
extreme right-hand side, with growing cotton, bu~t its cultivation was so cheap that the turpentine and, were never washed since traffic stacking up behind him. He has never returned to Florida in a operator would sometimes there was nothing that would was not intimidated !by the semi- viable quantity. get the land along with the remove .the gum. Workers put
trucks trailing along behind. Tfie fortunes of the family were turpentine, acquiring large the same gumcoated clothing ___________________He was called "Uncle Hogan" so inextricably related to cotton tracts of land during a lifetime, on each morning 'until they were C r
as aterm of endearment by people growing, it could not financially (Bgnigweea 'aserir~ orn out. C m lt o eC r
throughout the community, and survive and lost everything, in the western section of Bradford IFifty dipping crews in the field on "r
they prevailed on him to run for including 1ts farmland. It was County, which became Union reurdapoiaey20ow1ith: Just one call! I
county commissioner. It must time for Smith to strike out on Conyi19,JS.Hwr mrerks durnhegm
have been in the 1950s ,.that his own at age 18. another turpentine operator wvhgown sesnZnteweDeei l rsw rh
Smith agreed to run for office- Smith completed the sixth moved into the county about 35 314 6 wIc 52 58 06

firsL..comisataWgeeting 14 .nd-tnded St. JosephAcademy -in, the neighboring'county. Both
attended after the landslide win for two years in Lakeland, before and after'the death of the was epic Hogan Smith and worth probably earning an 'equivalent patriarch, the Howard propert d 1 T U 3 fiN U
recounting because it tells of of today's high school diploma. .was divided among familyN Ul~ U l
the individual's character to do Smith didn't. go far.mebr.k i J F k .5J
wha hebeleve tobe It in Approximately 40 miles 'north In the industry, it was standardspite of -or regard Iess of -other of Hawthorne, he found -a job practice for turpentine operators circumstances. ,managing a turpentine still to lease turpentine rights from
That morning, Smith came operation at Sampson City in other landowners,from small ,40.in aud was sworn in along with Bradford County. It was an 'acre tracts to hundreds of acres, other commissioners, beginning inauspicious beginning, more usually in five-year increments, at approximately 10. The next especially because turpentine after which the landowner could two hours were spent discussingU the issue of having prayer at New Hours 01 Opmato
the beginning of each formal
commission meeting. There is no
known record of the meeting, but
brakfo lnc ad en Now Available on Thursdays o h rdodC u t
at noonr the commission took aS o h r d o d Cu t
the street to the Guidon Grll Chicken Livers & Gizzards
without having come to any, ,~F is
conclusion regarding pray0r. $7.9.9 11ncues FrenchFre)Crk sti e
The commissioners talked of ________________________other matters during the lunch E eud S cal &
period' before returning to the
subject under discussion before a ra uc eu!.
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The land is still owned and In politics, he wyas a typical cattlemen would burn the woods supported thousands of laborers Sanford, he returned home that
S M IT H operated by FFA membership. southern Democrat of his time- each winter just after the first frost throughout the pine-growing evening, saying he "had to sleep
Cdntinued from 7B veryconservative,butnotaredneck. to expedite the growing of green belt across the Southland. Leg in Bradford County.,
The two families of Hogan He employed approximately 400 grass. The fires destroyed the number two of the Smith empire He had manyacquaintancesand
-rai~prsand motor homes- largely black Americans in his turpentine underbrush, which was a haven crumbled. friends who shared confidences,
shunned restaurants and ate from venture and provided for them in for turkey and deer. Those game What can be said about the cattle but Bufof'd McKinney, perhaps
tin cans, which they threw, hen Smith met, courted and married difficult times. (See the side story animals disappeared from the business? It has been a boom or more than any other friend, t ,Willa Mae Knab within a short about saving the black worker Florida forests, except in Ocala bust for all my adult years, with appears to have shared many
err~y no h tahThybeaetime of his arrival to Sampson fro mobar toction).ed an
kn.wn as "tin-can tourists." Cit in 1917 or 1918 because their from ob action). National Forest and other protected as man' fortunes lost as made happy hours with him.
The number of cars and y Smithalsoprovidedforhiswhite areas. throughout north Florida. The
oldet cildDosia mith wa L Smith apparently enjoyed good
truksoldest child, Doshia Smith. as workers. The family of Punch When the new law stopped the situation may be different in south health, but in the latter years his
ant brassenttin os tectate born in 1921, according to Mary Parrish lived on a Smith farm, burning of the woods, underbrush Florida, in the plains and savannahs l Wembarrassment to the state, Edwards Mixon Rahn, a classmate north of Starke when Parrish died, sprangupagain,andgrassonwhich that produce grass the year round, eyes dimmed, aid he gave up
anc'.Fule arei i and close friend during' those days.dinghscrwakg from his
19,$ gubernatorial campaign. Dos friend Adr n o and they faced a difficult time for livestock grazed became stunted, but small farmers across north driving his car, walking 19 8 a lack of income. Smith provided and the cattle industry vas injured. Florida keep small herds because home into town. .
adpcated taking the cows off the Brooker. IIn the fall of 1982, Smith 4vas
rad,.sp itn ang e caoffthle BOoher. chilgroceries for the family as long With many thousands of acres in they have always done it.
roaA~~~~~~~~I thes faio ofgre 1982,e Smith chlrnase o- 0C
F as needed with no expectation of planted pines, productive land for There may come a time when 83 and checked himself into the
industry members in Florida and Smith Jr., Lewis Smith, Austin being repaid. It was just something running cows became scarce, and the Hogan Smiths of tomorrow Bradford County Hospital. He contributedtoWarrenbeingdenied Smith, Harold Smith and Mural, he would do. That story could be the large herds in north Florida can duplicate the success of Smith seemed to have no particular a s tcond term. However, it was Willa's niece who vas reared in repeated many, many times, but his have diminished and have become himself, but times have changed, ailment, but he told his children
generosity was unknown to many limited to large landowners. and the three basic industries Smith the time had come for him to altfolugh a cattleman, supported never adopted by Hogan and Willa friends and acquaintances. Smith read the signs early, sold excelled in do not appear on the move on. Three weeks later he WdHren and immediately fenced Mae. Although she was treated as Smith never agreed to either off his herd and negotiated a 66- horizon as successful springboards was dead. his 10 000 acres. a daughter, she did not share in the o St
of his daughters-Doshia and year lease with Rayonier, one of towealthjustnow.Eventhen,when I regret our paths nevercrossed 19,5-- the peopleofStarkebecame Ann-getting married. He the larger landowners in Georgia success was possible with the stars and that I never knew him. He
e 'wanted both to remain single and and Florida. The lease will expire aligned, it took a special person to was a true, Southern, country
disgruntled with cows ruining descendants continue to live in the remain at home. He refused to give in 2017, and the owners will regain accomplish the impossible. gentleman, a man among men, thee flowers and vegetables, area.
andj.roaming free throughout the Willa Mae died with cancer in and of them away as custom, control o te estate, wic i5 gallant to the ladies and a true
cityThey refused to go to either of their now down to 3,000 acres. Family Summing up the man conservative in politics. He made
weddings, though he approved of members individually own much
the' destruction. Smith, young with six children to attend to,. with the young men-Artford Brown of the original tract. Hogan Smith worked all his a fortune without making an
an P not nearly so powerful as Do~hia being the oldest at about I I.- a, Slife and never participated in any enemy, an ability possessed- by
and Jimmy Rowe-they were In 1970, Smith divided Sampson
he. would become, advanced the yearsold-tooyoungto berunning marrying.While Smith was getting Lake waterfront property among recreation. He never, fished or few. He planned his life and lived ide of fencing the city. Now, a household and looking after four dressed to go to Punch Parrish's his eight children and former wife hunted. He never traveled outside his plan. He lifted himself by his fencing a city may not have been young siblings and a cousin. More funeral, JoAnn asked him why he since it was not included in the the state other than the one time own bootstraps, and in the end, an original idea, but Starke is the than likely, as was custom in those would go to the funeral, but refuse Rayonier lease. The lots were sold mentioned earlier in this story. he could look any man in the eye o0y city to my knowledge that" days, Smith engaged an elderly, to attend her wedding? He replied, by the new owners, bringing some When he visited Doshia and and say, "I did it my way." was.fenced, with cattle guards highly respected granny to take "Punch had to die," leaving unsaid $15,000 each. However, one lot her husband while they lived in at Ich street crossing. (Cattle care of the children, cook and keep that JoAnn didn't have to get sold for $85,000. gapewere removed during orjust the house clean, married. So the 1950s saw the end of an
aftee World War II, according to At the time Willa Mae was While he was firm in his era, in which running cattle became
neE r L e Cstricken with cancer, her brother, convictions, he was not a much more difficult. For cattlemen
Lumber Company, Dogan Knabb, was engaged to a disciplinarian, says JoAnn and such as Smith, the time came to
inakroximately 1900,completed nurse, Eoline Weaver, who was Tombo. Both agreed there were dispose of that segment of their
harstngelow in troghout thnlvn nGoga hnrules to co by and hours to keep, base. It was a difficult decision
nort-cenralFlorda nd mvedKnabb, an electrician, was killed
ot-central lorida and moved Kbut there was never any corporal for Smith to make, since running
on ldtam.~d anb fudin a work-related accident, Smith bu ther ,va neve a.I on. gd tram b udsr can be founded w eaer ake ovrth punishment, not even a spanking. cattle had been his ultimate dream
througout Uon Couty, w er s euaded Weaver to take over the
th rocare of Willa Ma, necessitating Apparently, Smith was a diplomat from day one. Now, it was gone.
the y built.roadbeds for extraordinaire, working hundreds He owned the necessary land, but
porting Weaver moving to the Starke of men over a long period without it would no longer support the
inciting theratorraiads, area. In the course of time,Willa violence or threats of violence, industry. 2i0n c esin the apriael
,Ma died, and Weaver sought It wasn't a weakness; it was his In the mid-1960s, the turpentine
UniO counties. (Approximated employment elsewhere in the area. strength. business, based on pine rosin,
two u thirds was in Bradforl Life went on. Smith was a man of vision who nosedived as chemists produced
04tt sBIn the meantime, Weaver's built an empire when other men the finished product from much
the ty.) oThe timberland bforUying$5 per mother moved from Georgia -to were failing during the Depression cheaper petroleum oil, completely *5 Acres with Highway Frontage acr the going rer Homestead, a small town south years. Just as he envisioned the destroying gum production by local *6000+ Sq. Ft. Building "4" Well
91e1andoing prcau of Miami known for growing three-income-producing entities businessmen-a way of life that
191a ndcoimletedlye purchase. tomatoes. Smith found himself and built them with a solid footing, appximately 10 years later. stretched too thin and realized he he saw the end of an era, and Call 352-258-418
Te state owns a solid block-it needed help to care for his home dismantled his holdings in the best urr funds no islands of land-that and six children, and he knew the interests of. his family. p bel gs to other owners. It does person that possessed the required A etoe rlrpoo. owr-a rail-bed credentials. More than that, he Gov. Fuller Wa administration"Be l" Btist C hurch A.
its f perty to the east side of U.S. realized he had fallen in love with (1948-53), livestock ran free is h a
301,Svhere it has a siding for off- Weaver. across ivet k r anapee h vi
loa~ g ulkyites boundforacross the Florida landscape, and
loacg bulky items bound for Weaver and Smith were motorists vere being killed as they G o the Orison, such as the license tag betrothed, but she insisted o collided with cows and horses.The star hoping machine that came in by going to Homestead and telling her sheer weights of the large animalsdCn tRy
sheere compound of One thea way,,l the ouple stopeii
rail dRails end inside the prison 's mother about the wedding plans. proved to be disastrousyto vehicles
80- [ re compound.On the way,.the couple stopped inanpasnes.,u-thFlrd d J y 4t3 -' + .. .. ..
Tfts elgrphTime.~onto .Ttuvilean wremarid, and passengers, but, the Florida '~ I 4th 3
T~s Telegraph7Times-Mbnitor Titu~viile and W~re married. cattlemen were.so.strong that any 10 .....
correspondent has talked' vith The wedding' was in 1-933,
ma.' people- concerning Smith, and Smith was on his' way', to attempts to disrupt free range were excommunicated, and attempts by ~ ,.
andSihe same response has been becoming the wealthiest and most the legislature to act on the matter ...... ,
voikd time after time. He was a influential individual in Bradford weredoomed.However, addressing si p oo'd F
goodman. Hewas generous, but County. In the late 1950s-and the issue was essential if Florida ___6:IE,
never talked about the land and after 27 years of apparently happy was to live up to its destiny, and fo he gave away, or about the marriage-Smith and .his second
ot charitable acts that went wife divorced, but apparently
11 iced or unknown. Gifts went remained good friends and, at This was an issue that Smith, 4579State Road 21 (Blanding Blvd) OreenlCove-Springs o nily members, friends and times, associates. For the public, thousand head of cattle, supported pe,"'e down on their luck, and it was announced the divorce was h n hea o cattle(Just south of SR-16 & Camp Blnding) 904529-9530 so gifts were given over long undertaken to guarantee Eolina runn.nWheAe a en cte m pe s of need. It was reported a fir share of the estate. Smith o so immediately fenced his entire '
by one official that Smith's provided substantially for his holdingS.atelmen cd h e L
grocerybill amounted to a $1,000 former wife with land and money. those U :
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people who put their T opposed to Warren, and although
feet'bnder his table every day in Smith's life-ever. he ran for governor four times, it
addflion to those he provided for Smith was not a joiner., While is this group that kept him from outide his family. he was fiercely independent, he another terfii of office.
long-lasting gift he made felt some kinship with other cattle
m adet owners and joined the Bradford-unintended consequences, unseen
wvas 172acre farm on Market unintende Bosqeceuse
Ro given to Future Farmers of Union Cattleman's Association2 by participants from both camps.
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L War. My brother served in the U.S. receive the appointment to the Recently, as I was researching dedicated employees for being..
L... E T T E R S Navy during the Vietnam Conflict vacant maintenance position, he the Clay Count) supervisor of Thank you, such big supporters of FFA. They
Continued from 4B for four years. My wife served entered City Hall, came to my elections' website. I saN three Keyst n for purchased two pigs and a steer.
eight years in the U.S. Navy and office and proceeded to use some write-ins listed. One under the this year at the fair.
was also involved in the Vietnam of the most vulgar language I clerkofthecourt,oneforDistrict I the support The year wrapped up with the
*of Ms. Moore, not just in this Conflict. My daughter served in have ever been exposed to. I had count) commissioner, and one for FFA banquet, and thealumni were
decision, but in many decisions the U.S. Arm' for four years and to physically escort him out of the school superintendent. I then Dear Editor: able to Help the FFA advisors,.f
throughout her time in the was involved irm Operation Task City Hall and told him I did not began to inquire what exactly this The Keystone Heights Future Mrs. Verplanck and Mrs. superintendent's office. Force Noble Eagle, in response have to listen to his language meant. Well, guess what it means? Farmers of America Alumni want Whitmore,withasilentauctionto
I know, at times, being from to 9-11. Several city councilmen and to come back when he could Everyone vho is nota Republican to say thank you to Keystone for raise money for Keystone Heights-.the same small "easy going also are vets of various military do so professionally. He owes (over 58,000 individuals) cannot being a big support to its program. FFA students to attend the yearly
town that you all are still lucky servicesaswellascitizensofLake the citizens of Lake Butler, the vote in the Aug. 14 primary in The alumni also want to update Florida FFA Convention in.. enough to callhome, it is easy Butler. We are all appreciative city council and this writer an those three races. That's right. the community on what its support Orlando. to just "go wvith the flowv" and and indebted to the fine men and apology for his crude and abusive Someone who has no intention of helped accomplish. Recently, the Keystone Heights
allow things to fall as they' may. women who support us every day behavior.ltwasafterthisencounter really campaigning has had their Overall the alumni had a great FFA Alumni held its last meeting I am pleading with you, as a with their service and potential that Mr. Jenkins pursued the legal name placed on the ballot in order year. A workday at Keystone for, this school year. The group : community. to makeadifference ultimate sacrifice to this great approach for his employment.The to deny you your rights. Now, I HeightsHighSchool'sagricultural elected new officers fr. the fo'r your children. You have a country. com-mission made a very hard may not be a rocket scientist, but buildings kicked off the events. A upcoming year. Michelle Justice
voice. Stand up for what is right. The thing that bothers me but generous decision to create a I have to ask myself who would large group of volunteers pitched will be returning as treasurer,,'
1 am unable to attend the m in to clean up so the agricultural Michele Etcher will be returning.
school board meeting on Friday, oe remmbes ricl st i in for m intenadied is mple The an e advisors could start the year off as vice president, while Amy
Jn29at8ambtiyocaone remembers, Tropical Storm position for him. I was advised is simple. The candidate who right. Gnann and Amanda Dyal will be..
June 29, at 8 a.m. but if you can, Beryl was passing through Lake by one of his closest friends, Ms. believes he has the most to gain right.in a and Aad Dres i ll s..,
please attend. You are a strong Butler on Memorial Day. The Susie Shaw who works for City by denying you your God-given Tuni eld hr diffreit co-chairing the- president's seat.,community and you are the only given fundraisers for scholarships, Anyone interested in being part of
omnes y hoand c ae the urnty VFW parade and its' ceremonies Hall, that Sam was not actually right to vote. which included a food booth at FFA'sAlumni is welcome. .
ones who can change the current were cancelled because of the interested in the job but would Is this the type of candidate you the Yesterdays Festival, and to The Keystone Heights FFAwlm
ith prideur d ciationem. weather. We have a retired veteran "own the city" before he was want to serve our county? If they raffles. The group was able to Alumni is all about supporting
With pride and appreciation rfls h ru a bet lmii l bu upric
for the place I will always call on our staff, who also happens through. Mr. HardyClyatt, public beginlikethisduringcampaigning give four scholarships this year the local FFA programs here ac; home. to be the current commander of works director, told me, "I doubt how will they serve our county? totaling $2,500. The alumni were Keystone Heights High School.-Paige Smith Anderson VFW Post 10082, Sam Jenkins, if Sam reports to his job. He While doing my research, .I also present at the Clay County When the new school year starts
Bradford Soth Anaer who is a close friend of Past actually wants a slice of the city found that one of those write-in Fair, helping the Future Farmers up, we will be there also knowing.
Commander William Fisher. As pie." I and the city commission candidates for the superintendent of America students with their we have a. great community:., a city employee, Mr. Jenkins had painfully found out how true their of schools has signs in his yard agricultural projects. A special supporting us. So thanks again,. Response to a moral responsibility to protect statements were. Mr. Jenkins for- his opposition. Here is the thank you goes out to the owners Keystone, for your support of,.
the integrity of the city. He has is telling everyone that, "all I superintendent of schools write- of Bryan's Ace Hardware, Bill FFA. recently been assigned, as part asked for was an apology!" An in's home complete with signs (not Gibbs and Roger Rothwell, as Keystone Heights FFAAlumni of his job, to ensure that all flags apology for what? The city will his). I believe a picture is worth well as to their families and letterunder the jurisdiction of the city not compromise its integrity and a thousand words. Now is the
villa be flown as required by any need for accountability by its time for each of us to do our own Dear Editor: special event or holiday. I have to employees or applicants. We, as research about the candidates we _"_.
In response to William Fisher notice, city hall has not received city employees, are servants to will choose in our next election.
(USAF Ret.), past commander one complaint prior to the letter in the citizens of Lake Butler. We What are your options if you M eet Jeff Earnhardt
of the Union County VFW Post the Union County Times. It's been are accountable to them! If any are not a Republican? One, you 10082 and close friend of Sam 18 days since Memorial Day. Why employee is disrespectful, or uses can change your party affiliation at Bronson Speedw ay!
Jenkins, current commander of hasn't Mr. Fisher expressed any vulgarity when dealing with the :by completing a voter registration the Union County VFW Post concerns before now? Why do. public or each other, they will form (what a travesty) for this Saturday 1une :
10082, I wish to assure them that we have to learn of his complaint -be dealt with up to and including election and then change back to Lake Butler did NOT forget our through the Union County dismissal from duties. the party of your original choice.
veterans on Memorial Day. After Times? All councilmen and city Dave Mecusker Two, you can begin contacting
having read the article in the staff are at all citizens' disposal, City Manager of Lake Butler the write-ins and questioning Union County Times, Mr. Hardy willing to assist them in any them about their plans for the
Clyatt, public works director, was manner, at any time. Why would vote office they are seeking (platform, 4noticeably upset with the tone Mr. Fisher not notify one of them, a t1s i. your signage, fundraising, forums they
and accusations of the article. Mr. any of them, as to his thoughts. lay will be attending, etc.). Note: You .
Clyatt stated to me that he had in this matter? Why wouldn't he in Clay County must have your change of party
two family members currently protect his friend, and his friend, Dear Editor: affiliation done by July 16.
serving in the military. One of Sam Jenkins, protect the integrity I am writing, this to all voters Please be outraged as I am and his'cousins went out on a secret of the city? in Clay County, but especially to cast your ballot for qualified,
mission along with eight buddies. The majority of the article those vho are not Republicans. experience and reputable They have not been heard from seemed to center around veteran As a voter, I take honor i candidates. We all have a right to in the past month. (You can be Sam Jenkins and how terrible he researching and voting for the vote and as an American votes we assured that he is praying for their was treated in his employment. I c I b v should not allow this dishonest Tb a
sae etrn. candidates I believe well best serve
safe return). preferred not to make this public i g is a yet legal policy to persist. I T io d o
each official, position. Voting, tops2
As for myself, my father retired but you need to understand the privilege and I served my country Deborah Trouba I
from the U.S. Navy after 30 years city's position and magnitude for 20 years in the U.S. Air. Force ClayCome meet effarnhardi, NASCARNationwide series driver for .
of service. He was in combat in of the issue of his employ- defending that right. "rc !e arnord Mutang. s rerafon
both World War II and the Korean meant. When Mr. Jenkins did'not "5
"NASCAR driver, and the only fiurth-gencration professional
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Yvonne Robbins Shirley Bishop of Keystone Heights, Saturday, June 23, 2012, at his home Shadd of Lake Wiley, S.C.- eight ]Racing starts at 7:30 p.fl.
STARKE-Yvonne Gail Grifis Lillian (Tim) Sweat of Lake City, after an extended illness. grandchildren and several greatRobbins, 59#Ai 4on Saturday Louis F. (Bonnie) Griffis of Keystone He was born in Raiford and lived grandchildren.
RJubei23, 5 ,d', ond satuay, Heihts, Maq Lon), Nehring of most'.:of his life i, Middkburg and rFuieriserv,,ces ereheldlon June- Iget Juiiie 23, 2012v ,. 2(t Shands at UF Orang frle Qd'(Eeo). C&pper 3ac'isonvAKe iRe. wa? Wte' son of '27 in the-New,Rivtr Uo4rgtinl0in' Gainesville, after an extended PfeCke en'(oi)Ccpe acsvil.Ff ? snof'2in-hNwRver, Congregational - a---.illness. a of Starke and Vincent Griffis of the late Lonnie Thomas Shadd and Methodist Church in Raiford with the -.""
Starke; and a grandson. Bessie Mae Carrin Shadd. He was Rev. Jimmy Scott officiating. Burial -,
Sheradaliberfoe tist of Funeral services were held on in the plumbing business and was followed in the Pine Grove'Cemetery. ........... Ifacebook
Church. June 27 at Hope Baptist Church with a member of the Clay Hill Baptist Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler
Mrs. Robbins was preceded in Dr. Gene Coons officiating: Burial Church. is in charge of arrangements. 352.486.4998 9S0 E SR 24
death by: her parents, Louis and followed in Pine'Grove Cemetery Mr. Shadd was preceded in death next to her parents. Arrangements by: two sisters, Irene Odem and Ruth
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Jerry D. Robbins Sr.; her sons, Jerry Home of Starke. He is survived by: his wife of 49
D. Robbins Jr., Ricky Lee Robbins, years, Mary Ellen Broughton Shadd;
Justin Robbins and Kobie Robbins; Grady Shadd two daughters, Becky Bumsed of G B o 3r
Macclenny and Cindy Johnson of
her daughters, Lillie Robbins and MIDDLEBURG-Grady Allen Virginia-Beach, Va.; two sons, Allen
Kaleigh Robbins, all of Starke; a Shadd, 78, of Middleburg,' died Shadd of Greenville, S.C. .nd Allen daughter-in-law, Heather McMinn
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A IT H Cullum mentioned First Christian interviewed by the Telegraph- "J.D.." 7, Krislynn, 6, and Hampton vets' ported through a grant from the
Church, but Faulkner admitted Times-Monitor on June 18. (His Savannah,2. NFL Youth Football Fund-is ,
Continued from 3B he didn't apply immediately. move was scheduled for June It may have been a surprising group to host designed to introduce children to '
He didn't know anything about 21.) journey the family has made to football by teaching basic skills
When it came time to finding Starke or the church,and said the "1 can't wait to be intown sowe get to this point, but it w?. :_r a political rally in a fun and energetic environ- a place to live, the decision church had a requirement that can start meeting neighbors and purpose. Faulkner wouldn't have ment. It incorporates a sqrIes of
was made to move to Florida. its next pastor have seven to 10 people and getting more familiar it any other way. Saturday non-contact drills to teach passFaulkner's wife is a Florida years of experience, which he vith everN body.'" Faulkner said. "Today, I'm thankful it's all Hampton Veterans Memorial ing, catching and running skills. native, having grown up in the lacked. Faulkner and his wife have played out this way," he said. Fund Inc. will host a political Registration will take place on
Lakeland area, while Faulkner Again, things fell into place three children: John Daniel rally open to all candidates on site prior to the clinic's start.
was a Ne%\ York native, for Faulkner and his family. Saturday, June 30, from 10 a.m. Spiller, a running back and
"'bvi ously, you're going to He did eventually apply for the until 2 p.m. at Thunder Music 2006 UCHS graduate, played
go with the warmer, weather," position at First Christian and Park (Rose's Auction House) at at Clemson Univ&sity and curFaulkner said. was brought in for an interview. IA E try and transitional efforts 9057 U.S. 301 in Hampton. rently plays for the Buffalo Bills.
The call to preach occurred Faulkner said he felt comfortable and a member of the Public Hamburgers and hot dogs will Warren,adefensivel lineman and
in Florida. Following that, it with the people of First Christian Continued from 68 Safety for Reducing Recidi- be sold, with money raised being 1997 UCHS graduate, played at was off to Kentucky Christian from the very beginning, when vism Re-Entry Committee, used to help needy veterans, the University of Florida and is
Univ'rsitv, which is located in elder Herb Sellers picked him nile offenders. He is formally the Corrections Foundation, currently a member of the New
Grayson. Faulkner applied to and his family up at the airport. educated with practical ex- the Correctional Partnership England Patriots.
KCIJ because of Jason Cullum- "From that moment, I knew perience in security, classifi- Foundation, the Correctional Spl N Both players were first-round
the ;senior pastor at Christ's they were family," Faulkner cation, institutional building Peace Officers Foundation NFL draft picks. Warren was
Church-who was a KCU alum. said. and support services. Lane and the Florida Council on W arren to host the third overall selection of
Faulkner% as accepted at KCU, Thus, despite any initial has overseen close-', medium- Crimeand Delinquency, erv the Cleveland Browns in 2001,
and he and his family moved, but hesitation on his part in applying and community custody-level ing as a state board committee free football while Spiller was the Bills ninth
with nojobs and no place to live. for the position and despite the inmates, with management member supervsng the secu- July pick in 2010.
However, Faulkner learned of a church's requirement of having experience ranging from a rity detail team. job opening at the school from a a pastor with more experience, work-release center toa facil- Union County High School Like us on
man'who led him on a tour of the Faulkner has now been on the job L graduates and NFL players C.J.
campus.Faulknerapplied and not for approximately two weeks. ity level 5 institution and re- Florence Cummings Thomas Spiller and Gerard Warren will Facebook
only got the job, but discovered "I don't think there's any ception center. and Mack Lane of Starke, and host a free USA Football Fundathe job provided an apartment to nervousness about this-on my A future goal of Lane's is his wife, Angela, who also mentals clinic for children ages live in, a meal plan and paid for part or their part-on if this is to become a regional director works for the Department of 7-15 at9a.m.on Friday,July 13, his and his wife's tuition. going to work," Faulkner said. within the Florida Department Corrections as a correctional at Union County High School. StarkeJaurnal.com
Upon graduation, Faulkner "We see God's work in this. of Corrections. probation supervisor, have The one-day clinic-supturned to Cullum again, asking- We're eager to work together." Lane is a supporter of the three children: Eric Jr., Whithim if he knew of any churches Faulkner was just as eager department's offender teen- ney and Rashad. in Florida looking for pastors. to move to Starke when he was

cotics equipment. Bond was set David Earl Tingle, 38, of Orange Park was arrested June A R R EST at $5,000 and he was released Starke was arrested June 24 by 21 on a bond surrender. Bond
Continued from 5B June 24. Bradford deputies for driving was set at $4,000 and she reCarl Sand, 49, of Orange Park with a suspended license. Bond mained in jail at press time. Frederick Steven Maloy, 35,of was arrested June'23 by Bradford was set at $10,000-and he was Xavier Raymon Whitfield, 29, Starke was arrested June 19 for deputies for DUI. Bond was set released June 25. of Interlachen was arrested by
driving with a suspended license, at $5,000 and he was released Larry Todd Vencil, 47, of La- Bradford deputies June 21 for Bonsd was set at $5,000 and he June 23. Crosse was arrested June 23 by driving with a suspended license. m
JAmanda Lynn Smith, 42, of by Bradford deputies for DUI and Bond was set at $500 and he was
Steven Mark McCune, 54, of Starke was arrested June 19 by refusal to submit to a blood alco- released June 21.
Aid~hun was arrested June 19 by Bradford deputies for failure to hlts.Bnwaseat $20,000y Unibn deputies for reckless driv- appear. Bond was set at $100,000 and he was released June 23. ing :and possession of not more and she was released June 20. Heather Marie White, 27, of thaii 20 grams of cannabis.
Daniel James Spivey, 23, of American Dream
Sliawn Jason McKinney, 32. Keystone Heights was arrested
of Stake was arrested June 21 June20 by Bradford deputies for Re due repleased to announce
by takee police for aggravated a misdemeanor probation viola- a c. .. .H that we're moving to provide
battery. Bond was set at $50,000 tion. He remained in jail at press
andi he remained in jail at press time.time. better service for you.
Jamie R. Strahan, 45, of KeyRussell Andrew Michel, 41, stone Heights, was arrested June Cu
of Lawtey was arrested June 22 22 by Bradford deputies for posby Bradford deputies for a mis- session of marijuana. Bond was denieanor probation- violation. set at $5,000 and he was released FREE Estimates on Replacement Your comfort is our #1 Bod was set at $1,000 andhe June23. FPL & Trane Rebates Available priority...Call us & let us
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Jlams &a~hars Neson,3 8,t~-Christopher StiltIT -44; of Key- ..
J L s s o stbne Heights was arrested June -.
Lalie Butler was arrested June 21 23 by Clay deputies for contempt S h atto Trane Carrier (386) 496-8224 a
by Union deputies for failure to of court. Hean & Ai Bryant 595 W. Main St.
appear. Lie.# CAC057875 Lake Butler, FL
lester Wayne Ruis, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested June 19 by S 3 AmericanDreamFIorida.com
Bradford deputies for a mnisdemenorprobation violation. He A thoriz.ed Dealer for over 6 Major Disributors! Charleen Gathright Broker/Owner
reriained in jail at press time. Carolina Carports & Steel Buildings
J son Corley Padgett, 36, of o Twin City Aluminum Buildings o Gulf Coast Buildings H-npton was arrested Juhe 25
by ;Bradford deputies for aggravated assault. He remained in jaij m:nak
at press time.
Joshua O'Neal Perry, 16,- of Ii6 46 Intersection of NW iO9th Lane & Hwy 441
Lake Butler was arrested June 18 4 55i Gainesville (4 miles N of Hwy Patrol Station)
19 iby Union deputies for vehicle rer
thdft, loitering, trespassing and
resisting an officer without vio- SR-2301 E (2mle at fUS31
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,ngela Christine Penska, 42, Capital City Bank welcomes
of Starke was arrested June 23
by Starke police for possession oGreg Walker as our new president
narcotics and a felony proba- .....:.............. foBrd rdadC ycunis
tio violation. She remained in G-l C un u
jail at press time. ..

6ioMiaeugwsarse i !iiJames Richard Plumpowski, . With more than 30 years of banking experience,
.... of..Middleburg......was..arrested ... Greg will lead the team of IocaF bankers you've
lute. 22 f'or drugs and driving Banquet Hall Driving R1 nge :. N! David !, wvith a suspended license. He wvas, Gra .' come to know andl trust. Your bankers cont inue
'eliese.June.23 *--A to be dedicated to meeting your financial
Jloseph Ponchot, 42, of Spring Fo aliitd im: Hiil was arrested June 23 by $2/o-Fri all day play w/Cart needs and helping you reach your
St~irke police for possession of $10/1after 2:00 Mon Fri U, ~fnnilgas
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THURSDAY, JUNE .u, .-;.- : .-- .. A, -i-ia,: .,iiR B SECTION 11 B

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$10,000. We do well's
septic's, and power poles. For Rent 100, partially furnished w/ 5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA. 53B certified, CPR certified
13th Street Homes of WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom AC. Available, $550/mo. house. Fresh interior and First Aide certified.
Alachua, Fl. Call 386- MH, clean, close to prison, plus deposit includes utili- paint, granite counters, Keystone Yard Call 386-496-1062. 418-0435. Call 352-468-1323. ties. 352-473-4220. tile floors, gas fireplace, Sale 65
Tni-County Classifieds $3,9.Dl eu. rn aeBte. Stark iNB A IFR clean fecd6e5udrsayok ato soe ano hn.St eWne
4BR USED DOUBLEWIDE, NICE MOBILE HOMES/for SWMH IN RAIFORD 2BR/ Jacuzzi tub. 2 car garage BIG GARAGE SALE, KeyBrdodUno ly$32,995. Del. & setup, rent Lake Butler. Starke/ 18A. clean, fenced, cen- under shady oaks east of stone, rain or shine. Sat. Help Wanted
Bradford Union Clay Call 386-418-0424, 13th Home for rent deposit tral air, washer, covered Keystone. Lake access 8am.-? 5375 CR. 352. PROP RTY PRESERVAStreet Homes Alachua, required. Call 678-438- porch, and more. $500 on Hutchinson, Keystone Household items, large TION field crew needed. Reach over 20,500 Readers Every Week!I Fl. 6828. plus deposit 386-431- school district. $1000/mo. variety. Pool table/hockey Experience with clean
I THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL, MOBILE HOMES FOR 1164. $1,000/dep. Call Dave table/pingpongtableetc. out, grass cuts, initial
new 2013 Jacobsen" RENT starting at $525 2BR/1 BA. on Lake Santa @352-473-3560. combo-like new. Table secure bid approval, etc.
INDEX x 3BR128A $44,995 per month. Hidden Oaks, Fe., with dock, stove,
40 Notice 51 LostFound 63 Love Lines delivery-set-skirting-steps Lake Butler. Call 386- refrigerator, dishwasher, 53A top poker table and chip Send contact information
51 On t/oun 6 Loe Lnesan cetra A/. ot 49-811.set-like new. Come take to chad.willhite@att.net
41 Vehicles Accessories 52 Animals & Pets 64 Business Opportunity and central A/C. Not a 496-8111. screened front porch. Yard Sale a look you'll be glad you with examples of work
42' Motor Vehicles 53 Yard Sales 65 Help Wanted dime lower. Best price LAKE BUTLER APART- $695/mo. $600 deposit. HAVE YOUR GARAGE did. Watch for signs. completed.
43 RV's & Campers 54 Keystone Yard Sales 66 Investment 0 rtunity pricing. Only 10 at this MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St. 352-226-9220. SALE at our open field CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
44 Boats 55 Wanted 67 Hunting Landfo Rent low price. North Pointe Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/ BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX, 3BR/ Flea Market. Busy HWY. 57 years experience working
4 Land forSale 56 Trade or Swap 68 Rent to Own h2BA $800/mo. $1,000 301S. located across from For Salecli46 RealEstateOutofArea 57 For Sale 69 Food Supplements Homes. Gainesville, Fl. TTY 711. Rental assis-w2A$0/m.$,0yordt
47 Commercial Property 58 Building Naeri al 70 Money to Lend ,Hwy. 441, call today 352- tance for qualified appli- deposit. Call M. D. Duffy KOA. Camp Grounds. $10 2204 POLARIS JET SKI. 3 ents. 2/3 days per week.
Rent, Lease, Sale 59 Personal Services 72 Sporting Goods 872-5566. Now open cants. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. HC @904-704-2292. a dayfor a 10'x10'space, seater, 110 turbo charge. Sunrise Home Care Ser48 Homes for Sale 60 Secretarial Services 73 Farm Equipment Sunday 10-3. and non-HC accessible IN STARKE CITY LIMITS, Fri. Sat. Sun. 7am.-7pm. Great condition, brand vices, 352-468-2619.
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 61 Scriptures 74 Computers & Computer BIG FAMILY SPECIAL. NEW apartments. Laundry facil- share 1/2 house and 1/2 $25 sells your car, $20 new battery. $3,200 con- UPPER AND LOWER 50 For Rent 62 Vacation/Travel Accessories 2013 4BR/2BA Jacobsen ity and playground. Wa- utlities. $300/mo. 904- sells your large machinery tact Randell 904-200- LEVELteacher positions
C $47,995. Only 8 more at ter, sewer, and garbage 769-6842. a day, or $10 no sale rent 8241. open. High school diploCLASSIFIED DEADLINES this low price. Can't go provided. "This institution NEWLY REFURBISHED fee. For more information FOR SALE; Baby boys ma or equivalent, active
a dime cheaper. Deliv- is an equal opportunity 2nd floor 1 BR apt over- cal1904-614-6372or904- clothes 3-9 months, stroll- member of an evangelical Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon ery-set-skirting-steps and provider and employer." looking Kingsley Lake, 964-2225. er $5, carrier $5, quilting believing church body,
central A/C. North Pointe Call 386-496-3141. spacious deck. Service COMING JULY 6TH AND stand $10, toaster/coffee which will beverified, love
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon Homes. Gainesville, 352- 2BR/2BA SWin Lake Butler animals only, NO sAmok- 7TH. Huge yard sale, maker $3. Glass shelves of children and willingness
872-5566. Hours Sat. till out towards Lulu. $600 ing. Rarely available. Kingsley Lake area. In- $2 each, coffee table $10, to serve required. Salary TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED USE YOUR PHONE 7pm. Sunday 10-3. security, $600 rent, no Immediate occupancy, ventory reduction and toaster $3, canister set range $12,000-$14,000.
DEAL FELL THROUGH. smoking, service animals Access to dock & lake tot no charge items, from glass $4, china cabinet For more information call.
WMERI $55,900 buys new 2012 only, Call 904-364-6944. tenants. Ideal for profes-' tool shed, storage shed, $25. For information or to 904-964-7124 or e-mail'
0 8 u nal. Security depn3 closets, & attic. Directions see call 904-966-7479. nca@n
2BA entertainer home. Road. $450/mo. last and & credit check required next week. CLASS "A" Industrial MeYes $55,900 delivered deposit. Call 352-745- Shown by appt. only. Calf FRI. 8AM.-4PM.Sat. 8am.- chanic for 2nd /3rd shift
64-6305 4732210 496-2261 and set on your property. 6603. 904-533-2862. 11am. Rain or shine, 59 maintenance crew. Must
Below factory cost. North 2BR/1BA APT. CH/A. Elec- RAIFORD AREA, 4BR/2 off Hwy. 235, known as Personal'Sevice have 5 years experience.
N O T I C E Pointe Homes. Gaines- trick range, refrig. wall to BA. New flooring, paint, Brooker road connecting CLARK FOUNDATION RE- We are an EECQ, Drug
Classified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been established with the ville, 352-872-5566. wall carpet. $400/mo. sec. appliances. Large yard, ST. 100 and RD. 231. PAIRS, INC. Correction free workplace. Health/
newspaper. A $3.(X) service charge will be addedto all billing to cover postage and handling. All ads FORECLOSURE, land and deposit. References, call service animals only. Old and used furniture, of termite & water-dam- DaInsurance, placed by phone are read back to-the advertiser at the time ofplacement. However. the classified staff home, like new. 2BR/2BA, 904-966-1334. $850/mo. plus deposit 8 piece white wicker girls aged wood & sills. Level- paid HoliaysNacations
cannot be held respKnsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken byphone. The newspaper reserves Appl at G Build-'
the right to correctly classify and edit all copy or toTeject or cancel any a vertisements at any time, Only on 2.83 acres. Small fish CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a and reference. Call 386- bedroom set, girls&wom- ing & raising Houses/ ing ProdBuildstandard abbrevations will be accepted. pond. $59,900 or $3,000 garage, nice neighbor- 431-1004. en clothing-child8-women Bldgs. Pier Replacement 218, Maxville, FL 32234
down $499/mo. 904- hood, 1011B. West Pratt 3BR/2BAMobileHomeCH/ 12. Shoes, dishes, books, & alignment. We do all orf ax resume to'(904)'
259-4663. St. $725/mo. plus de- A. $450/mo. Call 904- odds & ends. Look for types of tractor work, 289-7736.
NO MONEY DOWN, if you posit.' Call 904-742-5985 964-6445. signs. Located just be- excavation and small 2
N i ow n your own land, 3BR- to apply. PLANTATION KEYSTONE, fore New River Baptist demolition jobs Free Es- 2ND SHIFT STORE Clerk.
L d F S E U Historical Walnut Street, 4BR-$429/mo. MOBILE HOME & HOUSE 2BR/1 BA. w/acreage. Church. timates: Danny (Buddy) koeg e area
LASSIFIED ADVERTIS- To rent or own 2900 sq 5BR-$599/mo. Call torrent. In good condition. $700/mo. First, last, pet 4 FAMILIES GARAGE Clark, 904-284-8088 or EECC, drug free workING should be submitted 1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak ft. 4BR/2BA, big back 904-259-4663, Wayne For more information call, deposit if any. Contact SALE, Rain orshine. Fri. 904-545-5241. place. We offer Dental.
to the Starke office in trees, ready for home or yard. Call 904-887-8451 Frier Macclenny Factory 904-964-5006 or 904- Jackie 904-237-9901 af- Sat. 8am.-hpm. CR. 18 FLORIDA CREDIT UNION & Health Insurance, paid
writing & paid in advance mobile home., Keystone Make an offer, willing to Outlet. 422-8959. ter 5pm. to Graham, 1/2 (.05) mile has moneyto lend for MH 'Holidays and Vacationunless credit has already Heights area'. Asking negotiate' I BUY USED HOMES KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW. 2BR/1BA SWMH on Griffis west of postoffice on left & land packages. 1-800- Apply at Gilman Building
been established with $6,500. Call 904-631- CASH. Fair price paid on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap- Loop. CH/A, quite area. from Starke. Call 352- 284-1144. Products, CR 218 Maxthis office. A $3.00 SER- 3594. 49 immediately. 904-259- pliances, new carpet. Service animals only. 485-2537 (Graham) or DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT- ville, FL or fax resume to
VICE CHARGE will be 3.5ACRES, asking $22,000 Mobile Homes 4663, Jared or Greg. $650/mb.$1,000 deposit. $425/mo. plus deposit 352-363-7450 (Cindy). LER, great rates, all 904-289-7736.
added to all billings to or 1.75 acres, asking USED SINGLE WIDE, great Service animals only. Call Call 352-468-3221. 2 sheds full, tools, pow- hours, lots of TLC. HRS
cover postage & handling. $12,500, high and dry, For Sale shape. Includes, set up, 352-473-0464. BROOKER, 3BR/2BA, re- er tools, antiques, colTHE CLASSIFIED STAFF cleared, ready for home FOR SALE 3,4 or 5 bed- delivery $15,900. Call 3BR/2BA, CH/A, MH on 1.5 modeled. $600/mo. 352- lectables, table saw, air CANNOT BE HELD RE- or mobile home. Call room Jacobsen homes 904-259-4663, Wayne Acres,(lawn care avail- 745-1511 or 352-485- compressor, glass ware,
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS- Marlena Palmer at Smith on 1 acre, easy financing Frier Macclenny Factory able). Available imme- 1532. Also for sale 5 lots furniture, autographed
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED & Smith Realty, 904-422- with zero down 904-589- outlet. diately, garden tub, fire in Brooker (Shady Oaks items. Paintings, books,
ADVERTISINGS TAKEN 0470. 9585. "FAV FIVE" 5 lot place, recently remodeled Sub-division). $5,000 coins, stamps, name brad
NEW Jacobsen modular on $10K off. all includes fur- with new carpet, appli- each. clothes, home interior,
Deadline is Tuesday 1-5 acres easy qualifying. nature, and decor.-Won't ances, mini blinds. Near STARKE3BR/2BASWMH, microwave, and lots and
at 12 noon prior to that Commercial 904-589-9585. last, first come, first hospital, only serious ap- CH/A outside city limits. lots of plants. 3 cars, 1. fecepot
Thursday's publication. Property (Rent, CLEARANCE SALE, lowest serve. Call 904-259-4663, ply. Nonsmoking, service $550/mo. plus deposit. truck, mowers, fence post,CO L G
Minimum charge is $9.50 price on Live Oak Homes Wayne Frier Macclenny animals only, references. Call 352-235-6319. 50 gates. So much more. *
for the first 20 words, Lease,Sale) in the state of Florida. Factory outlet. $700/mo. plus $700 secu- STARKE 2BR/1BA SW MH,
then 20 cents per word OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq. Call 386-418-0424, 13th LIMITED TIME select mod- rity. 904-662-3735. CH/A outside city limits. thereafter. ft.$3,000/mo. or3,000sq. Street Homes, Alachua. els, $1,000 over invoice STARKE, near SR.16. $450/mo. plus deposit. Waldo Villas ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
EQUAL HOUSING OP- ft. $1,500/mo. Office and furniture included. 4 lot 3BR/2BA, DW. Available Call 352-235-6319. Waldo Villas
PORTUNITY. All real warehouse 3,000 sq. ft. modelsmust go. Call Mike immediately, completely CLEAN 2BR. house, CH/A LOGISTICS AND
estate advertising in this $950/mo. Smith & Smith TIRED OFALLTHE extra's renovated. Large eat- on Silver Lake. 2.5 miles MOve-In MANAGEMENT
newspaper is subject to Realty, 904-964-9222. Buy my 4BR/2BA double- 386-754-0127, the Federal Fair Housing TOWN STARKE Pro- wide. Del and set up with, NEW2113BR/2BA, builtfor in kitchen, formal dining east of downtown Key- S# F99918 t F i s fessional Offices for rent, septic tank, well,elec and elderly couple. Reduced room, utility room, garden stone. Special discount 164 Duty Days-POSITIO
Act of 1968 which makes c $315 per month. Confer- permits included. Only 10K for quick sale. Call tub. No smoking, service for senior citizens. Call Teach courses in logistics and supply
it illegal to advertise "any $315 promithenfe:, $59,995. Call Br1ce 386- Mike 386-754-0127. animals only, references. 226-6226. preference, limitation or nce room, kitchen, utili- ,995. C6 ME 7$700/ Bedroom chain management such as Principles
discrimination based on ties and more provided. 1O e pace s Nly landsed. ,rV/ of Quality Management, Operations
d ic religion, sex 904-364-8395. LAD & HOME super clean Owner finance with 40% 904-662-3735. owu M ee
race, color, rin RETAIL SPACE in busy 28x64 2002 doublewide cash or land equity. Call Stlas Of Townhome Management, Transportation &
or national origin, oran in- REAI SPC in $199 $10 security Distriution Purhain &tInventoy
tension to make any such strip center. 1,000 sq.ft, on 1.02 acres. Already set Randy @ 386-754-8844.
preference, limitation or and 2,000 sq. ft. units up with well/septic& elec- .32x80 LOADED Homes of rage Apt.'onlake.Off Hwy. 99 $100 security Distribution, Purchasing & Inventory
discrimination." Familial South HWY 301 front- trick. Ready to move in. Merit. 2x6 ex. was 2x4
-status Includes children age, across from the KOA Home located in Alachua int. walls. OSB. wrap, full 1A/ F sMn e t td i oS l
undertheageof 18 living Campg~und. Call 352- Co. Only $49,999, Call tape and texture, wood 1 & 2 BR HO & non-HC 2nd month's rent Chain Management, and Warehouse
with aentsof1lvig 235-1675. Bruce 386-418-0424. cabinets, double fridge. aeS rice apartments. Central ac/ Equal housing opportunity. Management. Requires Master's
with parents or legal cus- _2515:_ ANY^ ,opr, to many'to list. Ready to &heat, on-site laundry,
d.srg mantwomen,7433 SR 21, Keystone" ..HANDryM..SPECIA,',,t mnyto. li Rady to heatronund, r y This institution is an equal, degree in logistics or similar or
todn pregnantw Heights. .. ....'-. X mo~e. Call Randy 386- playground, private and
mer photography's. l udio- -ot only ,754.0198, $78,900. o odr .,o1a h p.ro din '
tody of children under $16K CASH, 14x70 2BR/ P :.quiet.atmoMaster's 'Bu'siness Administration
18. This newspaper will 22 parking spaces. Call $4,995. Call Kyle 386- .2BA. niceWith some emphasis in Supply Chain not knowingly accept any Victor 352-371-7283. 418-0438, 13th Stret Ca n as i Villas Dr,, Starke, FLeoricall in Supy C
note knwigl Alccept any ances. CallRny, asi, 904-964-7295lasD tDD Y FL or call
advertising for real estate 48 Homes of Alachu Fl where is. 386-754-8844. 904-964-7295. TDD/TTY Call Rita at Management or with a minimum of 3
GOVERNMENT InNured 711.'"This institution is an
which is in violation of Homes For Sale ING, need 16 customer HOMES OF MERIT, $65,900 352-468-1971 years of experience in logistics or
the law. Our readers ready to move. Fullyload- A r d le equal opportunity provider
are hereby informed that FOR SALE BY OWNER fi ned ter d e loy r TDD 800-955-9771 supply chain.
all dwellings advertised 3BR/3BA brick home, 3.75% interest gets you td, &Rtextur l crow Rater in this newspaper are prime location, near the a new home. Several tape & texture, 5" crown J" available on an equal lake in Lake Butler. Up- model's to choose from. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
ibdated kitchen with granite Call 386-418-0424. wood cabinets, many op- S,, t."ee
opportunity basis. To datekitihgrante l 386-418-0424. tions. Call Randy 386- E b MATHEMATICS'
complain of discrimina- counters, stainless steel USED DOUBLEWlDES, 754-0198. 352-275(Developmental only
tion, call HUD toll-free at appliances, new roof, 'several to choose from (Developmental only)
1-800-669-9777, the toll- enclosed endless "exer- starting at $6,995. Deliver
free telephone number cise" poolalarm system, to your lot. Call Freeman A applications 164 Duty Days-POSITION # F99917
for the hearing impaired irrigation on fenced 1.68 386-418-0438.. Teach college preparatory/
is 1-800-927-9275. For acres. $189,500. 352- MODEL SALE, all mod- 1 AND 2 developmental mathematics courses
further information call 494-4041; el's must go save up to I A
Florida Commission on BEDROOMAPARTMENTS only; work with colleagues for the
Human Relations, Lisa AT E. J 3U' P 0 HERITAGE ILLAS advancement of departmental goals.
Sutherland 850-488-7082 ICH E T G V L A
ext #1005. (9 9 ELECTRICAL & AIR CONDITIONING d A PARTM ENTS This position will work exclusively with
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I Hogan Smith's time, a handshake sealed the deal

BY BUSTER RAHN a signed receipt or contract fulfilling a contract by a cattle, turpentine and land-* In 1935, Alvarez died, and that way of doing business
SpeaIdl to the Telegraph-Times- facilitates a settlement. handshake, pledging their each of which was big business Smith immediately brought is a real loss to the business
Monitor It hasn't always, been this good names as collateral. in its own right. Living near Sarah Alvarez a check for a world.
lave, you ever bought an way. There was a time when The pledge, once given, was the Bradford County-Union debt on which there had been
item on credit and required to the system of extending credit binding on the individual and/ County line, not far out of no paperwork, known only to sign your name in triplicate was much easier; in fact, there or his family. Honor was a Raiford, was Joel and Sarah the two men. The transaction
on three pages or more? The was nothing in writing. The word that gave meaning to a Sapp Alvarez, owners of had been made between the Crosshorn
world moves on credit and people involved would simply debt, surpassing any written a farm with 'both cleared two men and sealed with a M stories
signing one's name several shake hands-a more binding contract to guarantee payment farmland and standing pine handshake.
times has become a way of contract than one committed or compliance, timber. The 1930s Depression This -method of doing meeting set for
life in the business world. to words on paper. A true story from the life was ongoing, and Joel Alvarez business is the true measure
Does signing one's name In those. days, which of Hogan Smith supports the had tumed to cutting crossties of a man's character and Thursday
make him or her more honest? were fazed out almost 100 adage expressed above. In the for cash income,, buying integrity. Smith exemplified a CrosshornMinistrieswelcomes Of course not, but if collection years ago, the participants 1930s, Smith was operating timber-black pines being the business transaction from out Florida Forest Service employee enters into the court system, committed themselves to three separate businesses- preferred variety, of the past,and abandoning Mark Neely-a lifelong
hunter, fisherman, trapper and
outdoorsman-to its Thursday,
June 28, meeting at 7 p.m. at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
Neely will discuss how to
Identify poisonous plants,
animals and insects, tracking
and outdoor skills. He will bring
many props, including plaster
casts of animal tracks.
Crosshorn Ministries is open
to males of all ages, providing a
forum for outdoors talk, fellowship and Bible study. For more
information, please visit the website www. crosshornministries.
.org, or contact John Whitfield by calling 352-468-3595 or sending
e-mail to huntfishwriter@aol.
Concealed weapons
permit class,
Also, Crosshorn Ministries
had previously announced that
this month's .meeting was to
include a concealed weapons
permit class, taught by NRA
certified instructor Eric Wall.
Unfortunately, Wall has undergone some very serious surgery
and will not be able to conduct
the classes for a while.
Classes will be rescheduled in
-C ?"~~ "the future. For more information, visit www;crosshorn.org.

-? .u PE RS" RE Van Zant to

speak at BC'
i .,. Republicans'

Lincoln Day
47 -The 9a f"o'-d' County
Republican Executive Committee
will host a Lincoln Day dinnerfeaturing keynote speaker Rep.
Charles Van Zant-on Thursday,
MUI,,E sTI Aug. 2, at 6 p.m. at the Starke
W N m"IV N T Golf and Country Club.
4U~iA~dig1PAte4!d~ti~~~ 71Tickets .are $35. A table for jepight mjy be reserved for $240.
Checks or money orders may
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