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lrmonitor@bellsouth.net www.StarkeJournal.com Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone 352-473-2210 Fax 352-473-2210 Worth Noting Lake Region Monitor Lake Region Monitor USPS 114-170 Keystone Heights, Florida Thursday, May 29, 2014 42 nd Year 4 th Issue 75 CENTS Lake Region observes Memorial Day Melrose residents gathered at the ELiam Cemetery while Keystone Heights residents observed Memorial Day at the Veterans Memorial Pathway in the Keystone Heights Cemetery on May 27. Clockwise from top, left: American Legion Post 202 Commander Noel Thomas and President of the Post 202 Auxiliary Connie Murray Hall lay a wreath at the Veterans Memorial Pathway in Keystone Heights. James E. Young opens the Melrose ceremony at ELiam Cemetery. Joan Jones introduces participants in the Keystone Heights memorial service. (L-r) Jim Young, Gregory Jackson, Carl Ritch and Mark Venkleeck replace the American flag at the ELiam Cemetery Veterans Memorial. More photos on page 3A. Keystone Seniors graduate tomorrow The 2014 class of Keystone Heights High School will graduate Friday May 30 at the schools football stadium. This weeks Monitor features photos of the graduates beginning on page 4A. All photos are courtesy of Keystone Heights High School. John Crittenden Co-salutatorian Valedictorian Co-salutatorian Kayla Baker Joel Michel Keystone FFA rated among states finest GAINESVILLE-The Future Farmers of America chapters at Keystone Heights Junior and Senior High Schools were among 30 FFA programs throughout Florida chosen as the states finest. According to Florida FFA, the selection of the chapters was based on the completion of the National Chapter Award program application. The chapters excelled in the areas of student, chapter and community development and have worked hard to fulfill the mission of the FFA. One member and one advisor from each chapter will be recognized during the 86th Florida FFA Convention in July. In addition, each chapter will represent Florida at the national level in the National Chapter Award Program. Other programs recognized were: Altha Middle School, Altha High School, Apopka, Braden River, Brandon, Branford, Bronson Middle School, Bronson High School, Brooksville, DeLand Middle School, Deltona, Ft. White Middle School, Ft. White High School, George Jenkins, Kathleen, Lake Placid, Lincoln Middle School, New Smyrna Beach, Northview, Oakleaf Middle School, Oakleaf High School, Ocoee Middle School, Palmetto, Pine Ridge, Santa Fe, Sarasota Vo-Ag, Sebring and Southeast Manatee. Wings of Dreams Flyin, Cruise-in Around seven D-Day veterans, U.S. Congressman Ted Yoho and a large crowd is expected at the June 7 Wings of Dreams Fly-in and Cruise-in at the Keystone Airport. Wings of Dreams Executive Director Bob Oehl said the event is the only D-Day observance scheduled in the Gainesville area. A buffet breakfast will be served. The cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children nine and under. For more information, see www.wingsofdreams. com or call 352-256-8037. Community Church rummage sale Its rummage sale time at Community Church, located behind Ace Hardware in Keystone Heights. The popular early bird shopping continues on Thursday, June 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. The admission is $5 per family. There is no admission charge for the regular sale dates on Friday June 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, June 7 from 9 to noon. Saturday will also feature the Dollar-A-Bag sale. Reasonably priced merchandise. Proceeds serve many projects. Soccer try-outs The Keystone Youth Soccer U13/ U14 competitive travel soccer team will be holding try-outs for the 2014-2015 season. Any player under the age of 14 on July 31, 2014 is eligible. Try-outs will be at Twin Lakes Park, 6065 Twin Lakes Road, on Saturday, May 31 beginning at 9 a.m. Please arrive 30 minutes early to stretch and register. For more information call 352-235-0393.

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2A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor USPS 114-170 Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage Paid at Keystone Heights, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Lake Region MonitorP.O. Drawer A Starke, FL 32091 7382 SR 21 Keystone Heights, FL 32656Phone: (352) 473-2210 (352) 473-6721 John M. Miller, Publisher Subscription Rate in Trade Area $39.00 per year: $20.00 six months Outside Trade Area: $39.00 per year: $20.00 six monthsEditor: Dan Hildebran Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley Advertising: Kevin Miller Darlene Douglass Typesetting Eileen Gilmore Advertising and Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray Classified Adv. Heather Padgett Bookkeeping: Joan Stewart-Jones at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of KEYSTONE Sunday June 8ththroughThursday (Family Night) June 12th6 pm to 8:45 pm nightly Melrose picks best rain barrels First place rain barrel owned by Dorothy Rountree and decorated by local artists Brenda and Glenda Appling. Second place rain barrel owned by the Melrose Library and decorated by Interlachen High School art students. MELROSEMelrose residents voted for their favorite decorated rain barrels during the towns spring art festival held in Heritage Park on May 3. First place went to the rain barrel owned by Dorothy Rountree and decorated by local artists Brenda and Glenda Appling. Their flower pot design enchanted the voters. The second place winner was the Melrose Librarys rain barrel decorated by Interlachen High School art students under the direction of art teacher Ann Hamilton. It is an impressionistic underwater scene with colorful fish. The third place ribbon was awarded to the Melrose Senior Centers rain barrel. The Melrose Public Library hosted a rain barrel decorating workshop on April 12 with Master Gardener Cheryl Owen as the instructor. Each barrel cost the participants less than $40.00 to make. The librarys rain barrel will be on display in the library until the middle of June. CCUA drops plans for large reservoir BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor MIDDLEBURG The Clay County Utility Authority abandoned plans for its $5.5 million Mid-Clay Reservoir east of Lake Asbury over concerns that the facilitys 18-foot berm holding back a 15-foot high wall of water might pose a danger to nearby homes. The 40-acre facility, east of the intersection of Henley and Sandridge roads, and west of the Ronnie Van Zant Park was to store 135 million gallons of reclaimed water for irrigation use. The utility planned to use the reservoir, not only to reduce its withdrawals from aquifers by increasing its capacity for reclaimed water, but also to reduce effluent discharges into the St. Johns River. CCUA Chief Engineer Dave Bolam told the utilitys board of supervisors during a May 20 meeting that as planning for the reservoir progressed, consultants told him that regulators would classify the 18-foot high barrier as a dam. He said the classification would have required the utility to conduct public meetings about the projects potential danger to nearby residents. Bolam said he considered making the reservoir deeper to lower the height of the berm, but that option created the need for contractors to haul an additional 22,000 truckloads of dirt from the site, and would have increased costs by $1.5 million. Bolam said CCUA managers instead settled on distributing the reclaimed water among three sites: the Governors Park Water Treatment Plant, currently under development south of Green Cove Springs, the Peters Creek Water Treatment Plant and a smaller version of the Mid-Clay Reservoir. He added that the new plan comes with a price tag of $2.4 million, about half of the original projects budget. Bolam also told supervisors that the new plan will lower CCUA discharges into the St. Johns River at the utilitys Miller Street facility in Orange Park by more than the original plan. He added that St. Johns River Water Management District staff has tentatively approved the new plan and said they will recommend the district board fund half of the cost of the alternative. The district had already committed to funding 50 percent of the reservoirs cost. BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Keystone Heights Airpark Authority is opposing a proposed 260-foot high cell phone tower less than a mile from the airports Runway 11. Verizon Wireless applied to construct the tower in Bradford County, on the east side of S.R. 100, about 300 yards north of the highways intersection with C.R. 18, near Edwards Grocery in Theressa. A preliminary study by the Federal Aviation Administration concluded the tower would not affect the airports air navigation or communications capabilities. It also found the tower would not affect military operations. The study concluded that if Verizon builds the tower, pilots minimum flight instrument altitude would be increased as well as minimum circling altitudes. The FAA is now conducting a more detailed study and is accepting public comments through May 30 about the proposal. The airports pilots association has collected dozens of signatures opposing the tower, mostly from pilots and airport tenants. Maria Gall, the airports office manager said that in addition to increasing safety risks, the new tower would also eliminate the possibility of larger aircraft landing at the facility using a precision approach. She added that the airparks economic development prospects would be hindered without larger planes using the airport. Noel Thomas, the airparks board chairman, said his board has hired an attorney to represent it in opposing the tower. He also said that if the FFA approves the tower, the board would ask Bradford County commissioners to stop the project. Keystone airport board opposing Bradford County cell phone tower Clay Electric employee comes to aid of man in medical emergency ORANGE PARKA Clay Electric employee administered CPR to a Middleburg man on May 22, and likely saved his life according to emergency medical workers. According to a co-op press release, Orange Park District serviceman Steve Warren was on a service call in Middleburg when he heard family members of Bruce Wisor yelling for help. Warren responded to the house and saw that Wisor was not breathing, and had a bluish tint to his skin. Warren, along with the help of an electrician, placed Wisor on his back and began chest compressions. After some time, Wisor opened his eyes and sat up. Emergency medical workers checked Wisor out and said that everything appeared normal but recommended that he go to the hospital. Wisor declined. The first responders said that Warrens actions likely saved the Middleburg mans life. Steve Hollingsworth, Orange Park District member relations representative, spoke to Wisor by telephone the following day to find out how he was doing. Wisor said he was feeling better and had already made an appointment to see a doctor. Hollingsworth said Wisor was very grateful for Warrens actions and wanted to express his thanks. Clay Electric Safety and Training Manager Lee Hicks said the incident is an example of why the co-op provides employees with CPR and first aid training every two years. This is a great example of how training here at Clay Electric helped a member of our community, he said. Bradford Sheriff hosts Lake Region town hall BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith hosted a town hall meeting at a church between Melrose and Keystone Heights on May 20. Smith presented an overview of his offices patrol, jail, court, investigations, animal control, dispatching and drug interdiction units. He also discussed inmate work crews and DUI checkpoints during his talk at Trinity Baptist Church. The sheriff highlighted what he said were unique features of the Bradford County Sheriffs Office, including his deputys availability to rescue motorists who lock their keys in their cars; and the communications center, which dispatches calls for three law enforcement agencies, 10 fire and rescue stations and night and weekend public utilities calls for the cities of Starke and Hampton. Smith also touted the agencys aggressive drug enforcement policies. He said Bradford County is the only jurisdiction within Floridas Eighth Judicial District in which drug arrests have increased over the past year. He said the three, full-time officers assigned to the drug interdiction unit forces drug dealers to keep looking over their shoulders. He added that the vigilant drug enforcement operation ultimately reduces property crimes. Smith also defended his sexual predator notification program, which attracted international attention in 2013 after his employees started posting red signs in front of the homes of convicted sexual predators. Smith said he began the program after a citizen with two small children unknowingly moved into Bradford County next door to a sexual predator. The woman complained to Smith that she should have been notified about the predator before she bought the home. The sad part is the sheriff previous to me did do the notification, Smith said. He went house to house, like we do, did the notification to everyone living there (in the neighborhood). Heres the problem: people move. Along with Bradford County Emergency Medical Services professional Joel Keough, Smith urged the meetings attendees to take advantage of three, free services the county offers. He said the Vial of Life program sets up a method to communicate medical information to EMS workers when they respond to a 911 call. Keough said that many times, patients are unable to communicate vital information to EMS workers. Smith also encouraged Lake Region residents to have free 911 address signs installed on their properties. He said the green and white reflective signs, which are about the size of a bumper sticker, can save lives, especially in the Melrose area, where four counties converge. Several of the meetings participants told Smith the geographical uniqueness of Melrose can pose a problem to first responders. One man told Smith his roadside mailbox is in Bradford County while his home is in Clay County. Smith also asked residents to sign up with his offices Code Red program, in which automated telephone calls are placed in cases of emergencies.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 3A Keystone District Office 352-473-4917 clayelectric.com Rays Auto RepairEstablished 1972473-30837382 Sunrise Blvd.(Next to Hitchcocks Grocery) *** Comfortable Waiting Area ***Jones-Gallagher Funeral HomeDistinquished Caring Service for Over 50 YearsJoe Gallagher OwnerStarke 964-6200 Keystone Heights 473-3176 J B SJackson Building SupplyStarke 964-6078 Lake Butler 496-3079See us for all your Lumber & Plywood BryansHARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERHighway 100 Keystone Heights, FL 473-4006 Highway 21 Melrose, FL 475-2400Worship in the House of the Lord...Somewhere this week! Last Will and Testament Power of Attorney & Living Wills Living Trusts Probate Administration Real Estate and Closings Deed Preparation Contracts Family and Juvenile Law Criminal and Traffic Matters 189 S. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights, FLFirmofVeRonicaROwens@aol.comwww.VeRonicaROwens.com VeRonica R. Owens Attorney at Law James 4:12 There is one Lawgiver, who is able to save. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (LCMS)Sunday School 9 a.m. W orship Service at 10 a.m. 4900 NW 182nd Way Starke(Entrance to Conerly Estates on S.R. 16) (904) gslcstarke@aol.com Everyone Welcome!Childrens Church 10 a.m. Donate A Boat sponsored by boat angel outreach centers STOP CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN www.boatangel.com2-Night Free Vacation!or Car Today! 800 1 CAR L ANGE Welcome Home To 4004 SE State Road 21, Keystone Heights, FL 32656 (352) 473-3829 Son-shine Worship in our Fellowship Hall Dr. Noel White preaching on Contemporary Worship in our MMC Traditional Worship in our Sanctuary Dr. Craig Moore will be preaching on Dinner Served Roast Pork (Call 352-473-3829 for reservations) Bible Study by Dr. Tom Farmer, Jr. Series: 2. To Repent from Sin The Church with a BIG HEART where the Word of God is faithfully taught! Ministries for Children (all ages) & Youth Sunday & Wednesday! DOT: shuttle fuel tank must go through Orange Park to get to Keystone BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Florida Department of Transportation said it would approve the overland move of a Space Shuttle external fuel tank from Green Cove Springs to Keystone Heights only on a route that would take the tank through the Orange Park area. In April 2013, the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum acquired the artifact and transported it by barge from the Kennedy Space Center to the Clay County Port. The museums Executive Director and Co-founder Bob Oehl said he planned to complete the tanks journey to the museums home at the Keystone Heights Airport on an overland route from Green Cove Springs south on U.S. 17 through Palatka and then west on S.R. 100. However, in May 2014 DOT officials said they would only issue a permit for the move on a route from Green Cove Springs north on U.S. 17 to Fleming Island, west on C.R. 220 to College Drive, north on College Drive to Blanding Boulevard, south on Blanding Boulevard (S.R. 21) to Keystone Heights, and then west on S.R. 100 to the airport. Oehl said the most difficult part of both his original plan and the DOT route would be the turn off of S.R. 100 onto the airports entrance road. Oehl also said that earlier this year, Mandli Communications, a Wisconsin-based 3D, digital imaging company simulated the fuel tanks trip from Green Cove Springs to Keystone Heights using lidar, a mapping and remote sensing technology that uses lasers, optics and navigation systems. Oehl said the simulation revealed 1,068 obstacles along the route, such as power lines, traffic signals, street signs railroads and other impediments workers would have to move before the fuel tank could pass. Oehl also said that so far, he is working with seven utilities, government agencies and other organizations to get approval for the move. Community leaders launch Summer in the City for local youth KAREN LAKE Special to the Monitor In conjunction with administrators at Keystone Heights Junior and Senior High School, members of community organizations, churches and camps have been meeting during the month of May to organize activities this summer for local youth. The need for activities and adult interaction is critical, said Linda McGhghy, vice principal of the school. There has been such tragedy in our community this past year. Our professional staff consisting of social workers, psychologists and grief counselors have told us our students need to have somewhere to go and something to do this summer to prevent further tragedies, she said. Accordingly, McGhghy has arranged with Clay County School District to provide a bus and driver for the eight-week period services will be provided. However, the district does not have funds to pay for the driver. Two organizations, Trinity Baptist Church and Swan Lake Camp, will be underwriting one day per week for the eight-week timeframe. An anonymous donor is covering a third day per week leaving one day per week that is, as yet, not paid for. In addition to their generous donation towards transportation, both Trinity Baptist Church and Swan Lake Camp will be hosting youth for one day per week at their locations in Keystone and Melrose, respectively. Mondays, youth will travel to Trinity Baptist and Wednesdays to Swan Lake Camp. Tuesdays and Thursdays, youth will be using Keystone Beach as its central location for services and activities. The City of Keystone Heights is happy to dedicate Keystone Beach and the pavilion to the youth of our community, said Mayor Tony Brown. The pavilion will be open and ping pong tables and other activities will be provided. McGhghy said that volunteers needed for support at Keystone Beach have been secured. Activities and services will be provided from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday through Thursday throughout the summer. Free and reduced lunches will be served at Keystone Beach each day. Mental health providers, Right Path, Clay Behavioral and Haven Hospice will also be actively engaged in helping youth with special sessions they can sign up for. How can you and/or your group help? What is needed at this time is partial funding for the transportation cost, approximately $1,600. An incentive program is being developed to reward students for their participation so gift cards are needed from local businesses for products or services (such as a free hair cut or a reduced price of a meal) by the end of the school year. Please contact Karen Lake of Santa Fe College at 352.473.8989 for pick-up or drop off of these items. Summer is a difficult time for students who may already be feeling depressed and many are at home all day because parents work, said McGhghy. We want our youth to feel supported by caring adults during this stressful time. We are asking our community to wrap their arms around our youth this summer. Summer in the City is open to all youth. Summer in the city bus route Stop 1 Keystone Inn on SR-100 Stop 2 Turn left on Speedville Road (at Midway) Stop 3 At Harveys Grocery Store on SR-21 Stop 4 Then left on CR214 to the Gizmo on SR100 Stop 5 SR-100 to P & Js Quick Stop Stop 6 Turn left on SR100 then right onto SR-21 to CR-352 Kangaroo Stop 7 North on SR-21 then right onto CR-315 to McRae Elementary Lake Region honors its heroes Participants in the Keystone Heights ceremony Ursula Wida, president of AMVETS Post 86 Auxiliary and Sgt. C Nicole Edwards of the Florida Air National Guard. Melrose ceremony speaker Msgt. Don Pettyjohn of the Florida Air National Guard. In April 2013, the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum acquired a Space Shuttle external fuel tank and transported it by barge from the Kennedy Space Center to Green Cove Springs.

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4A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 North Florida Pharmacyof Keystone Heights(352) 478-2057Alyssa W. SanfordR. Ph with us, 405 S. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights Congratulations Lane Jackson!We are so proud of you and can not wait to see where your future takes you!! We love you very much,Mama, Billy & Brandon Owners: Darren & Pam Summers Starke 128 S. Walnut St.904-964-5289 Lake Butler710 El Main St.386-496-3334Congratulations to the Class of 2014! 270 Fox Run Keystone Heights(352) 473-6880Quality with Affordable Pricing Serving the area for over 20 years Congratulations to the2014 2014 Haley Arzie Kayla Baker Morgan Bass Samantha Bass William Bassett Dylan Beard Miriah Beck Rachel Bellman David Bennett Dakota Black Heather Blakeslee Lane Blanton Apichaya Boonchuaylue Kenneth Booth Alexa Born Grant Bostick Brianne Bowman Earnest Boyles Dylan Brandrick Tiffany Brooks Austin Brown Micah Brown-Lewis Alexander Bryan Jacquelyn Bryant Donald Bailey Not pictured Kennon Brock Elizabeth Bronson Matthew Campbell 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 5A First Assembly of God JESUS FIRSTKEEPING 8025 State Road 100Keystone Heights, FL 32656 www.keystoneheights.org352-473-3432 Home Healthcare Services352-473-0680 Serving Clay County and Surrounding Areas. 105 Commercial Drive Keystone Heights, FL 32656HHA29991306Way to Go Class of 2014! Congratulations 201 4 Grads!fromThe City of Keystone HeightsMayor,Tony BrownVice Mayor,Paul YatesCouncil Member,Marion KellyCouncil Member,Brian WilsonCouncil Member,Steve HartCity Manager,Terry Suggs Brandy Dennis Logan Deuel Kyle Deveronica Erika Dingman Kody Downs William Doyle Jenna Dugger Parker Dykes Cameron Estrada Logan Evans Cecelia Buckley Zachary Burns Justin Carmichael Michael Carroll Kent Carson Garrett Clance Madison Colaw Bradley Collins Kaitlin Collison Zachary Coursey Amanda Crawford John Crittenden Logan Curtis Katlyn Dalton Laura Danis Anthony Delano 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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6A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Matthew S. SmithFrom being so little and small, To now so grown and tall. We are all so very proud of you, May God stay close in all you do!From Grandma and all the family! Youre #1 With Us! Melissa Fain Jacob Fanton Glen Farson Kami Ferriel Brittany Filing Corbin Frakes Emily Frampton Danney Fritch Sierra Gagnon Jailene Garcia Jessica Garcia Gabrielle Gee Darien Gilio Caiylen Gonzales Kayla Grantham Wyatt Graziano Juan Grimaldo Brendan Guidry Sarah Guilfoyle Cassandra Hall Ochesa Hall Randy Hall Taylor Haney Brandon Hannah Calee Harrison Julian Harrison Honey Harvey John Harvin Kelsey Hassell Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 7A Management and Employees of THE LAKE REGION MONITOR7382 SR-21 Keystone Heights, FL 32656 386-473-2210www.starkejournal.comWere Proud of You! Aaron Long Morgan Lord Sarah Leff John Loftis Breanna Knowles Rebekah Lampkin Rachel Lee Taylor Jewett Bradnon Johnson Rhiannon Johnson Jarrett Jones Nicholas Jones Joshua Knight Taylor Heinz Anika Henanger Farrah Hicks Viktoria Hill Christina Hopkins Kimberly Horten Nina Horten Holden Jackson Dayshia Jenkins Zachary Hawkins Olyvia Heinz 2014 2014 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates Not pictured Kierra Collins Joshua Daniels Dale George

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8A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 7396 SR-21 Keystone Heights, FL Way to go Class of 2014! Life is not made by the dreams that you dream, but by the choices that you make. Call the specialist for starter and alternator repair on Any vehicle, tractor, boat, motorcycle or ATV!! MV# -11233Mikes Auto Electric & Radiator Service 330 Commercial Circle Keystone Heights, FL 32656 Congratulations Grads!2014 Full Service Land Title Company 7381 State Road 21 Suite B Keystone Heights, FL 32656 from W e RENT & SELL The Equipment & Tools You Need to GET IT DONE!9080 South CR-231 Lake Butler FL 386-496-2121 First Baptist Church of Keystone Heights550 E Walker Drive Keystone Heights, FL(352)473-7201www.fbckeystone.org Graduates, Youre on Your Way May your paths be safe and blessed under the watchful & loving eye of our Lord & Savior.Congratulation s William Miller Timothy Mock Lucy Montford Caleb Moore Brenton Moring Addison Mosher Harley Mosley Miranda Moulton Chase Musselman Dakota Nelson Nathaniel Nelson Emmily Lunsford Jacob Maddox Rachel Maddox Mackenzie Marsh Logan Martin Meranda McCarty Robert McCormick James McCoy Delaina McEwen Grant McGee Christopher Meiers Geoffrey Messer Joel Michel Storm Miller 2014 Not pictured Brandon McDaniel Victoria Miracle Mica Nelson-Gauthier Jessica Newcomb Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates 2014

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 9A Congratulations to all the Class of 2014 SCOTT ROBERTS, OWNER/AGENTLORI THOMPSON, AGENTwww.georgerobertsins.comKeystone Hts 352-473-7209 Middleburg 904-282-7665 Starke 904-964-7826 Lake Butler 386-496-3411 864 N. Temple Ave StarkeHWY 301 NorthCongratsto theClass of 2014 www.SantaFeOverheadDoors.com COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIALAUTOMATIC OPENERS PARTS & SERVICEFREE ESTIMATES We Repair All Garage Doors & Openers 352-338-6600 Cell 386-984-6549#CBC1256116 Congratulations Class of Congratulations to the Class of 2014 A Special Salute to We wish you all the best in your future ahead!TATUM BROS LUMBER904-782-3690 ~ Lawtey Brandon Nicholas Ashley Norris Micah Pappas Kristen Parker Vanessa Parrish Emily Peoples Nicholas Petrie Zachary Poole Diana Ramos Rachel Raymond Taylor Reed Blake Richardson Ann Roberts Charles Rogers Parker Rollins Hannah Royalty Joe Ruby Jessie Russell Kaycee Sapp Austin Saunders Christina Schrader Katrina Sessions Cody Shepherd Tara Shobris Courtland Singletary Keerston Skinner Brittany Smith Not pictured William Preedom-Hinshaw Christopher Priest James Richardson Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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10A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Import & Domestic Closed Sat & Sun352-473-34044X4 Mud Trucks Motor Homes Special Interest Vehicles We are your Computer Controlled Vehicle Specialists! Computer Programming Now Available for your vehicle! Automotive Repair specialists 33 Years Experience in the Automotive Industry! Congrats to All the 2014 Grads ...especiallyDelaina!NORTH FLORIDA ELITE CHEER104 LM GAINES BLVD STARKE, FL 32091352-275-6305 459 W. Call St., Starke904-964-5152 Talisha H. Cunningham DMD, PA FAMILY DENTISTRYCongratulations Class of 2014BIG SMILES ALL AROUND! Montford Paint & Body, Inc.(904) 964-9139 Please send 52 weeks of the Monitor to my graduate:We accept MC, VISA, American Express We need your phone # too in case of questions.Call 904-964-6305 to subscribe or send a $39 check to: P.O. Drawer A Starke, FL 32091Give a Grad a Giftthat will keep giving for 52 weeks ... Name Address City/ST/Zip Phone #s Your graduate can keep up with local news from home: Keystone, Melrose and surrounding areas.Great reminder of home for those joining the military, college students, those leaving for work or travel children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends. Brooke Tussinger John Ashton Valenzuela Caroline Vargas Christen Vencil Steven Trimble Anna Tuller LJ Triest Raychel Trimble Nicole Straka Cory Taylor Hannah Thomas Logan Thorson Tristan Starling Felicia Stewart Morgan Smith Dylan Stack Victoria Stanger James Smith Matthew Smith 2014 Not pictured Natasha Sudsbury Nadine Ward Jacob Woolever Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 11A 7442 State Rd 21 Keystone Heights, FL 352-473-0600 www.achildsgardeninc.com Class of 2014 Pre Kindergarden GraduatesPresentsLic. #CO4CL0053 My days in Preschool are almost done Im off this summer to have some fun Then on to Kindergarten I will go (My Teacher says Im ready, you know) Ive learned my colors and my shapes I know the difference between monkeys and apes I can sing and I can paint I know to say not instead of aint I know some letters and their sounds We learned about streets in our hometown I can help and I can listen Be nice to friends, but no kissin! I am ready to learn to read and write And I know how to share and not to fight Theres so much I already know Its been lots of fun to learn and grow Im a Preschool Graduate WAY TO GO! I would like to thank: Mrs. Georgeanna Briley, Ms. Kelly Cook, Ms. Brittany Curtis, Mrs. Andrea Givens, Mrs. Kathy Hurst, Mrs. Emily Lott, Ms. Gaylene Morris, Mrs. Leticia Robertson, Mrs. Megan Slater, Mrs. Sandy Stahmann, Mrs. Lohna Wilkinson, and Especially all of our parents and families, without YOU this year would not have been possible. Caleb Alvers, Sara Braswell, Wyatt Canipe, Xana Briley, Seth Fernandez, Analiese Durrenberger, Joey Goscila, Ammie Haast, Mikaylah D-Jones, Riley Miller, Natalie Lowe, Dominick Rodgers, Katie Rendon, McKenzie Vinson, Isaiah Zoller, Cayleigh-Grace Kehoe, Colten Bagwell, Cali Lott, Audry Cisco, Brayden Schaus, Parker Collins, Connor Roling, Emily Farnsworth, Kason Paulk, Gali Garza, Michael Hammock, Isabelle Harrison, Urijah Parmeter, Payton Hoeft, Emilie Lambert, Luke Lewis, Kaylee Jo Park Skyla Smith, Timothy Davis, Hayden CriderClass of 2014 Raksmey Vorn Catherine Walker William Walker Santana Wallace Sean Walls John Waters Gabrielle Watts Elizabeth Weaver Nicholas Wells Rachel Wells Hallie Wheeler Dakota Wiley Jonathan Williams Nathaniel Williams Jalissa Willis Eric Wood Kristen Wood Shaun Young Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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12A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 FREE book by doctor reveals what the drug companies don't want you to know! Your sex life and erection can now survive DIABETES OR PROSTATE CANCER? 800-777-1922 LRM Legals 5/29/14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Florida Self storage Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.801, 83.809), Lake Area Storage, LLC, will sell the following items to the highest and best bidder on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. (EST) at 7101 SR 21, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656: Unit# 247, containing misc. house hold items. 5/22 2tchg 5/29-LRM NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Florida Self storage Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.801, 83.809), Lake Area Storage, LLC, will sell the following items to the highest and best bidder on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. (EST) at 7101 SR 21, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656: Unit# 310, containing misc. house hold items. 5/22 2tchg 5/29-LRM LEGALS We need your clothes Community Church of Keystone Heights is hosting our 6th Annual Back to School event on July 22. Clothes will be given away free to children in need. Donate clean, gently used clothes for children sizes 3T through adult. Teenagers come in all sizes and this collection is for all ages and sizes. Drop clothes off at Community Church marked B2S (Back to School). The deadline is July 10. Please call Barbara Sullivan (258-3113), Karen Powell (5389546), Jenn Cumbus (258-5479) or Kim Nugent (258-3602) for moreinformation or to volunteer. Explore becoming a Jaycee Get to know the Keystone Heights Jaycees at a luau this Saturday, May 31, at 5 p.m. The location is 123 Turkey Oak Drive in Melrose. There will be good food, drinks, games, swimming, and talent and hula contests. This is a chance to get to know what being a Jaycee is all about. Contact Paul Huff for more details at 352-572-3892, and look for the Keystone Jaycees on Facebook. Jaycees kick off haunted holiday plans Get into the Halloween spirit early and get involved in the Keystone Heights Jaycees annual Haunted Trail. A kickoff party for the organization of this years event will take place at the Jaycees clubhouse on Saturday, June 7, at 8 p.m. The zombie themed party will include a costume contest, games, prizes, snacks and movies. If you are interested in participating in the Haunted Trail, join the Jaycees June 7 for an evening of planning and fun. Contact Paul Huff for more details at 352-572-3892, and look for the Keystone Jaycees on Facebook.

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said. I returned to my little boy and little girl safe and sound. During a later stint at the Pentagon, Crawford had the chance to visit the Vietnam Memorial. He located Liddells name on the wall. I ran my thumb across it, Crawford said. My heart rushed with memories from the past. Regional News Regional News B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region FEATURES CRIME SOCIALS OBITUARIES EDITORIAL BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Retired Army Col. Jim Crawford will never forget Robert Liddell, a man who put duty to his country ahead of early retirement. Liddell never made it to retirement, making the ultimate sacrifice when he was killed in combat during the Vietnam War. Today, I honor and remember 1 st Sgt. Robert Liddell, Crawford said. I remember what an honor it was to serve with himsuch a great soldier. Crawford was the keynote speaker at the Camp Blanding Joint Training Centers Memorial Day ceremony. He referenced the book of Ecclesiastes in describing the mixture of emotions that come with remembering those who gave their lives in service to this countrythere is a time to weep for them, but also a time to remember sharing a laugh with them; a time when those who would become true heroes could be embraced, and a time when they are not around to embrace. There was a time to love them, and that time will be forever, Crawford said. There was a time for war, and they gave us a time for peace. These times, like today, we honor them by posting flags of the United States on their hallowed graves for the supreme sacrifice made for you and me. Most likely, each of you, though, has someone special in mind who you would like to honor. For Crawford, that special person is Liddell. Crawford was assigned to Fort Bragg in North Carolina, where he commanded a signal company of 172 men preparing to go to Vietnam. I began to receive young soldiers from basic training with little or no experience at all, Crawford said. An old sergeant once told Crawford, Son, there are no heroes in combat. You only react based upon how well you are trained. Crawford said that became his motto. With that in mind, he said he was in great need of a good first sergeant to step in for one who was going to retire. Crawford turned to a friend of his who had experience in VietnamLiddell. The position would be a promotion for Liddell, but he already had 17 years of service under his belt and was preparing to retire. Liddell had a family that included two young daughters. I would not have felt bad if he had turned me down, Crawford said. Liddell, though, accepted the position and helped Crawford train the men of the signal company. Crawford said Liddell was a great right-hand man to me. They deployed to Vietnam in June 1969. Liddell was killed a couple of months later. He returned to his grieving wife and daughters, Crawford Giving a salute during the playing of Taps after placing a wreath in honor of fallen military men and women are (foreground, l-r) Col. Dwayne Jarriel, Camp Blanding people who turned out to pay their respects top left) and Iva all of whom are shown bowing in prayer during the closing benediction. made his way to the Camp Blanding ceremony after

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youre in downtown Paris or in Starke, Fla., or in Waco, Texas. Former Starke Mayor Steve Futch attended the original shows opening with his wife, Cindy, in 2006. In a June 8, 2006, Telegraph-Times-Monitor story, Futch said he wished a fictitious name had been chosen for the city in question, but he added that sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself. It was still enjoyable and entertaining, Futch was quoted as saying in the June 8, 2006, Telegraph-Times-Monitor story. Im glad we saw it. Acres. In fact, Caldwell said the town should probably be changed depending upon where the production is playing. For example, her hometown of Waco, Texas, wouldve been the smalltown setting when the musical was performed in Dallas. Its not where the story takes place thats important. Its the story itself. In regard to The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical, that story centers around Darlene, the Scrooge-like character who undergoes a transformation, thanks to a visit from the spirit of her deceased fianc. Its really about watching Darlene, Caldwell said. Shes angry. She lost the love of her life. He had to come back and give her permission to move on without him. Thats as universal as you can get. I dont care if being inhabited by an ancient spirit. James said, In rehearsals, when we all got to the ending, we were like, What? The tree is possessed? Choi said the key for the actors is to portray their characters as genuinely believing every absurd thing thats happening around them. Fellow actor Susan Haldeman, who portrays Betty, agreed. You have to commit to it because the more sincere you are with all of it, the funnier it makes it, Haldeman said. Mark Chambers, who starred in the original The Great American Trailer Park Musical as Norbert, returns to play Jackie, a proprietor of a business that brings pancakes and sex appeal together. Despite that, he said he believes the sequel is less risqu, referring to the fact that the original musical featured a stripper as one of its main characters. Still, a comedy that features a song entitled, (Expletive) It, Its Christmas, is probably not for everybody. Hippodrome Managing Director Jessica Hurov referenced a June 7, 2006, Gainesville Sun story about the original musical in which someone was quoted as saying, If you have a sense of humor, you should definitely go. If you dont, if youre stuck-up or offended easily, you shouldnt. Hurov said The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical will reward those with a sense of humor. Its raucous, but heartfelt. You have to come, have a drink, sit back and let it wash over you, Hurov said. So, why should you go spend Christmas with the residents of Armadillo Acres? Stephanie Lynge, who portrays Lin, said, We do, I believe, have the biggest Christmas spirit of any neighborhood. Marissa Toogood, who portrays Pickles, quickly added, And maybe the biggest hair. Show times for the discount previews are 7 p.m. on May 28 and 8 p.m. on May 29. The May 30 performance is 8 p.m. Starke residents can purchase tickets at the student price of $15, which is a $30-$35 savings. (A drivers license is required to verify residency.) For tickets, dates, show times and other information, please visit www.thehipp.org, or call 352-375-4477. what time of year it takes place. Caldwell said it takes a look at how a person can overcome a tragic event and move on with life. The show is about ones life journey. You get two choices when you grow older: You either turn out sometimes kind of cynical and bitter and negative, or you kind of become wiser and more accepting and more open, Caldwell said. I think we get to watch that happen with (Darlene). Sounds like serious stuff and there are touching moments in the productionbut youre probably not going to end up crying, unless its from laughing too hard. The writing is so crazy, and there are so many ridiculous things that are happening, said Grace Choi, who portrays Darlene. Alec James, who plays the character Rufus, said in a script full of crazy ideas, its hard to say that one is any crazier than the other, though there is that matter of the Christmas tree 2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Florida Twin TheatreAll Seats $6.00 Before 6 p.m. 964-5451* CLOSED MON & TUES SCREEN 1 SCREEN 2 STARTS FRIDAY Visit us on-line at www.FloridaTwinTheatre.comFri: 8:00 Sat: 5:05, 8:00 Sun: 5:30 Wed. Thurs: 7:15EXPENDABLESNOW SHOWING Fri: 7:00, 9:00 Sat: 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sun: 5:00, 7:00 Wed. Thurs: 7:30 PGHugh Jackman in Angelina JolieX-MENDays of Future Past PG-13 Noegels Auto Sales888-964-64611018 N. 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Characters Betty, Lin (thats short for Linoleum) and Pickles return for what the Gainesville theater describes as a cat-fightin, sunworshippin, chair-throwin, good-ole festive Hipp summer musical good time. Director Lauren Caldwell said when it was learned there was a sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical, which was the best-attended show in Hippodrome history during both of its runs, there was no hesitation in wanting to present it for a summer run. But Christmas in summer? Yes, the show may have allusions to A Christmas Carol with the transformation of character Darlene, brought about with the help of spirits and a dose of electricitybut there is more to the show than Trailer Park Musical sequel: Christmas hilarity in summer BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Is it a sense of pride when your hometown is the setting for a comedic stage production that takes place in a trailer park? If youre from Starke, thats the case with the Hippodrome Theatres The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical, which runs from May 30 through June 22. Its the sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical. As is the case with the original, the setting is Starke at the fictional Armadillo Acres mobile-home community. Director Lauren Caldwell said there was a cautious curiosity when it came to observing how Starke residents would react to the original musical, but in the end, they seemed to enjoy it. The Great American Trailer Park Musical proved to be the best-attended show in the history of the Hippodrome during its two runs. The majority of the audiences were people from Starke, Caldwell said. Still, Caldwell said there is no reason for anyone who didnt see the original show to be wary of how Starke and its people are portrayed in the sequel. The good thing about it is these people arent being made fun of in anyway, Caldwell said. Actor Susan Haldeman, who portrays Betty, agreed, saying the musical is genuine and heartfelt, with actor Stephanie Lynge, who portrays Lin, adding, Its about people and family. Actor Grace Choi, who portrays Darlene, said the characters have their quirks, which are accentuated for comedic purposes, but added, It has nothing to do with it being in Starke. I feel that was just the location it happened to be. David Nehls and Betsy Kelso wrote both trailer-park musicals. It was Nehls who decided upon using Starke as the location for Armadillo Acres. Aside from the stage backdrop, which includes a few familiar Starke sights, such as the bull outside of Grannies Restaurant, neither musical contains anything that is Starke specific. Either musical would still work if a different town was chosen as the site of Armadillo KEYSTONE AIRPARK AUTHOR ON THE 1 st Legals

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63 yards on 16 carries. Harvin completed 7-of-10 passes for 68 yards. Keystone head coach Chuck Dickinson said at times during the game, four freshmen were playing on his offense. He added that he anticipates those same playerswho will be sophomores next yearcarrying much of the workload for the offense. Theyve got to grow up in a hurry, he said of the ninthgraders. Tonight was a good test for them. Dickinson added that as in prior years, summer conditioning will likely determine the destiny of the team. He said his tight endsall ninth-graders particularly need to bulk up during the summer. On defense, Dickinson said his players got to the ball well, but missed too many tackles. He also said fatigue may have played a role in the second half. He attributed that to the fact that he does not focus on conditioning in the spring as much as he does in the fall. Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 3B Dr. Virgil A. 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Beck will race in a varsity four-crew boat with coxswain. JUs womens rowing program capped a successful spring schedule with its first-ever Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship and an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. Just a few weeks previously, head coach Jim Mitchells team maneuvered the waters of Sarasota and was crowned the Florida Intercollegiate Rowing Association champions. With four top finishes and just one runner-up, the Dolphins held a 29-point advantage over Nova Southeastern, the number-one ranked Division II national champions. Beck, who is studying aviation management, with a track in air traffic control and airport management, just completed her junior year. She had the honor of making JUs Davis College of Business deans list the last two semesters. KHHS grad Beck to BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor Keystone Heights drove to the Pedro Menendez 1-yard line, but could not convert at the end of the first half in a 21-0 loss to the Falcons in a spring football classic on May 23. Menendez first scored midway through the second quarter on a 29-yard pass from Sebastian Valone to Jayson Sowden. The play completed a 12-play, 50yard drive. The Falcons scored next on a 5-yard run by quarterback Adam Taylor with 3:22 left in the third quarter. Seth Bradshaw completed the nights scoring with a 5-yard run midway through the final quarter. Aaron Melfi kicked extra points following all three touchdowns under modified rules for spring games that eliminated punt and kickoff returns, and prohibited defensive rushes during kicking plays. Keystones best opportunity for a score came at the end of the first half after the Indians drove 70 yards to the Menendez 10. The drive featured runs of 4, 10, 6, 4, 5, 4 and 4 yards by Anton Noble and pass completions of 12, 10, 9, 10 and 5 yards by quarterback Wyatt Harvin. Four of the completions went to Brighton Gibbs and one to Tyler Rickets. On fourth-and-1 from the Menendez 10, Harvin completed his sixth pass of the drive to Noble, but the Indian running back failed to reach the goal line as time ran out. However, a roughing-the-passer penalty gave Keystone one more chance from the Menendez 1 with no time left on the clock. On the final play of the half, the Falcon defense stopped Noble short of the goal line after he took a handoff from Harvin. Noble finished the night with BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Quarterback Caleb Cox and running back Taz Worrell combined for five touchdowns in the Union County High School football teams 42-7 win over visiting Duval Charter in a spring classic on May 23. Duval Charter was able to move the ball at times on the Union defense, driving past the Tigers 25-yard line five times. However, only one of those drives resulted in a score, with Union forcing a fumble on one and a turnover on downs twice. On the fifth trip inside the Union 25, the Panthers actually made it inside the 10-yard line before time expired. The Panthers had the games opening possession, which began with Unions Joseph Merriex making a tackle for a minimal gain. However, Duval picked up a couple of first downs, including one on a run by quarterback Chris Brown that converted a third-and-19 play. Duval picked up another first down on a personal foul penalty, which gave the Panthers possession at the Union 19. They fumbled the ball, however, with the Tigers Dairon Alexander recovering. Isaiah Johnson and Darion Robinson had big runs to get the Tigers moving on offense, with one of Robinsons runs resulting in a first-and-goal at the 8. Robinson added a 7-yard run after that to set up a 1-yard scoring run by Cox. Khris Wimpy caught a pass from Cox on the two-point conversion to put the Tigers up 8-0. Zach Lee gave the home crowd something to shout about BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Bradford High Schools defense was victimized by big plays, while its offense struggled to put itself in scoring position in 21-8 and 14-0 losses to Dunnellon and Newberry, respectively, in a spring jamboree in Newberry on May 23. Each team played each other for two quarters. The Tornadoes had five touchdowns scored against them, with all but one covering at least 31 yards. Offensively, Bradford drove inside the opposing 25-yard line only three times and squandered a scoring opportunity at the 4-yard line in its loss to Newberry. In the jamborees first two quarters, Dunnellons Kane Parks caught three passes for 129 yardsall of them touchdowns in leading the Tigers to the 21-8 win over Bradford. Dunnellon built a 21-0 lead before Bradford scored with 2:26 to play. Parks, who also rushed for 30 yards on three carries, got the Tigers moving early when he ripped off a 16-yard run on the first play from scrimmage. Three plays later, Parks took a short pass from Dante White and turned it into a 45-yard touchdown. The PAT put Dunnellon up 7-0 just 1:08 into the game. Bradfords defense fared better the next time it was on the field, with Jarvis Desue and Dequan Blackshear breaking up pass plays that forced the Tigers to punt. Bradford drove past midfield when quarterback Jacob Luke scrambled for a 10-yard gain to the Dunnellon 45, but the Tigers dropped Desue for a 4-yard loss before sacking Luke for a 3-yard loss. Trevor Shannahan and Dawson Watson combined to make a tackle for a 2-yard loss at the start of Dunnellons next offensive series, but Tigers quarterback White, who finished 4-of-5 for 140 yards, hit Parks in stride along the sideline for a 75-yard touchdown and a 14-0 Dunnellon lead with 3:16 remaining in the first quarter. The Tornadoes would drive past midfield again on Chris Barrons 11-yard reception, but Bradfords offense couldnt over come two sacks of Luke for a total of 16 yards. Dunnellon running back Joshua Williams spun out of one tackle and ran through a couple of defenders in the open field en route to a 57-yard gain to the Tigers build 30-0 lead, defeat Duval Charter 42-7 Tornadoes fall to Dunnellon, Brighton Gibbs defenders after yard pass from in the second Tonya Gibbs.

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4B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 SR-230 E (2 miles east of US-301)B anquet Hall Driving Range Check out our web pagewww .starkegolf.com M emberships Available E xcellent Driving RangeP ro Shop Gift CertificatesG olf Lessons by AppointmentP rofessionally Run Tournaments H ome of the Strawberry Invitational Li ke us on facebook Sundays at 8:30 amKids worship service & nursery providedwww.kingsleylakebc.com6289 Mary Dot Lane Starke904-533-2018 Brandi Barrington of Starke and Jackson Tatum of Lawtey announce their engagement. Brandi is the daughter of Halbert and Nadine Barrington. She attended Bradford High School (Class of 2010) and just graduated from the University of North Florida in April, earning a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. Jackson is the son of John and Christina Tatum. He attended Bradford High School (Class of 2008) and works at his familys business. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Barrington, Brandi Barrington and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Moody announce the birth of a son, Eastwood Viper Moody on May 16 th 2014 in Lake City. He joins two brothers. Maternal grandparents are John and Geraldine Crawford of Starke. Maternal greatgrandparent is Kay K Baillie of St. Petersburg. Paternal grandparents are Wayne and Terrie Mobley of Hampton and Inmon Moody and MaryAnne Lewis of Lawtey. Birth: Socials Letters editor@bctelegraph.com Dear Editor: With all due respect to Malcolm Hills letter, May 22. 2014, Support NRA, Second Amendment., I nevertheless found it an odd and confusing presentation of the First, Second and Fourth amendments to our constitution. No, Mr. Hill, the First amendment does not give us the right to say anything and everything we want without somebody in authority telling us we cant. Aside from libel and Previous letter confusing take on amendments Dear Editor: I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to each and every one who attended the Memorial Day service at Veterans Park and Camp Blanding on Monday. Your attendance and kind attention to our Memorial Service proves your respect for our men and women in service. To you who made contributions to the VFW Poppy fund, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, for when you display the poppy, it shows your respect for all of our fallen who paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. And to the young lady who drew a picture of our American flag and presented it to me, thanking me for my service, thank you. I will cherish it as I do other honors bestowed upon me. Respectfully, Thanks for Memorial Day slander laws, we are not allowed to indulge in hate speech without facing legal and/or economic consequences. Then, Mr. Hill informs us that the Fourth amendment says that we can gang up anywhere and anytime and gang up with Second Amendment and give the devil or anybody as much hell as we care to without fear of reprisal from the government. Huh?? The Fourth amendment deals solely with a persons right to be free of arrest, or seizure of property without a warrant based on probable cause. I suspect the writer confused the Fourth with the First amendment and its guaranties of free assembly for purposes of protest. Aside from that error, the ganging up language could hardly be called constitutional, implying as it does vigilante or mob justice. Considering these less than scholarly assertions, Mr. Hill then has the temerity to suggest that the reader is not thinking and have your head up the wrong place. Following these elegant observations, Mr. Hill, it seems apparent it gets to the meat of his letter i.e.: that the Second amendment, giving right of gun ownership (because as we know all gun owners are part of a wellregulated militia, including the disturbed individual who use their weapons to kill innocent people) is protecting us from Big Bad Government. That kind of mindset does not square very well with his praise of the Bill of Rights of the Constitution, the latter the very foundation of the government he rails against. Arnold Harris Lawtey Dear Editor: On Flag Day, June 14, we commemorate the adoption of the American flag. For more than 200 years, Old Glory has served as a symbol of our nations freedom and as a source of pride for our citizens. In patriotic parades and musical salutes, we support our local military units and recognize the significance of the stars and stripes. Flag Day is also a time to honor our nations veterans who have served to protect the flag and the ideals it represents. With each ceremonial fold of the flag, we recognize the principles on which our country was founded, such as liberty, unity, justice and sacrifice. On Flag Day, I stand with more than 800,000 American Legion Auxiliary members across the nation as we honor our servicemen and women and reflect on their commitment to our country. Whether you are a veteran, the American Legion Auxiliary set to and service Flag Day loved one of a service member or a patriotic volunteer, there are many ways to honor local heroes, such as visiting veterans homes, assisting with ceremonies of recognition, or collecting personal memories and photos from veterans to create keepsake journals. As you wave the flag on June 14, remember that showing your gratitude for veterans does not have to be limited to Flag Day, Memorial Day or Veterans Day. Throughout the year, join your community and the American Legion Auxiliary to thank veterans who have served and protected our nation. Thank you to all who have served Old Glory. Happy Flag Day! American Legion Auxiliary members have dedicated themselves for nearly a century to meeting the needs of our nations veterans, military and their families both here and abroad. They volunteer millions of hours yearly, with a value of nearly $2 billion. As part of the worlds largest womens patriotic service organization, Auxiliary volunteers across the country also step up to honor veterans and military through annual scholarships and with ALA Girls State programs, teaching high school juniors to be leaders grounded in patriotism and Americanism. To learn more about the Auxiliarys mission or to volunteer, donate or join, visit www.ALAforVeterans.org. Connie Murray The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 202 N EED C ASH F AST! E mail your med-to-hi-resolution digital photo (150dpi+) & ad text to: by 5pm Monday or bring it to:B radford County Telegraph Union County Times Lake Region Monitor( 904) 964-6305 c ash/check/credit cards accepted all for only /wk c overing Bradford, Union & Clay Counties a in our weekly f ree c ommunity shopper: T arget your audience quickly Senior Chief Raymond Hunt USN (Ret) VFW Post 1016 American Legion Post 56 The Starke campuses of Santa Fe College are once again hosting Jr. College for Kids and College for Kids this summer, and registration is open now. Jr. College for Kids, which is for rising first-, second-, thirdand fourth-graders, is scheduled for June 23-27. College for Kids, which is for rising fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, eighthand ninthgraders, will be held MondaysFridays, July 7-18. Visit the Santa Fe College Andrews Center for more information or to register. You may also call 904-9645382.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5B Dr. Anubha Gupta received her family medicine training from Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York City and her fellowship training in geriatric medicine from the VA Medical Center in Gainesville. She received her medical degree from Terna Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India. Dr. Gupta will be joining the staff of PALMS MEDICAL GROUP facilities in Starke every Tuesday. She will be seeing pediatric and adult clients for routine health maintenance and sick visits. Dr. Guptas husband is attending the University of Florida with a Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology & Pediatrics ICU. The joy in the doctors lives is their toddler son. They are making their home in Gainesville, hopefully for a very long time! NEW DOCTOR IN TOWN The following individuals were arrested recently by local law enforcement officers in Bradford, Union or Clay (Keystone Heights area) counties: Bradford Agustin Barajas-Badillo, 43, of Seffner was arrested May 21 by Lawtey police for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $2,500 for the charge. Danielle Lea Brinson, 21, of Hawthorne was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies on an outof-county warrant from Alachua for failure to appear for an original charge of possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $552 for the charge. Jamaal Latrivas Brown, 27, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for trespassing and disorderly intoxication. According to the arrest report, police were called to Whispering Oaks apartments about a disturbance Brown was causing. He had an active trespass order against him and also smelled strongly of alcohol and was resisting officers when arrested. Christopher Lee Crawford, 26, of Starke was arrested May 25 by Bradford deputies for resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, he was intoxicated and causing a disturbance at a residence, fighting one person and breaking things belonging to another person. When a deputy went to speak with Crawford, Crawford went in a bathroom and wouldnt come out. He was arrested after being forcibly removed from the room. Hosea Perez Dean, 41, of Lawtey was arrested May 22 by Lawtey police for battery. According to the arrest report, a Lawtey officer was waved down by Dean on Fifth Street, and Dean asked the officer to follow him to the Fast Track store on U.S. 301. The officer wrote in the report that when he arrived at the store, Dean was already exiting his vehicle. Dean went inside and struck a relative in the face before the officer separated the men. Dean was arrested and transported to the Bradford County jail. Norman Paul Driggers, 30, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Starke police for burglary and for battery. According to the arrest report, Driggers went to a residence in Starke and started punching the victim, who was sleeping on the front porch, in the face. Driggers was located later by the police at Whispering Oaks apartments and arrested. Bond was set at $15,000 for the charges. Amanda Marie Erickson, 23, of Keystone Heights and Bracey Lee Worth, 42, of Keystone Heights were arrested May 21 by Starke police after a traffic stop. According to the arrest report, neither Erickson nor Worth was wearing a seatbelt, leading to the stop. The officer could smell marijuana and asked to search the vehicle. In the vehicle, driven by Erickson, he found various controlled substances, which Erickson didnt have a prescription for, and a digital scale with cannabis residue on it. On Worth he found several marijuana partial cigarettes in a pack of cigarettes. Erickson was charged with possession of drug equipment and possession of controlled substances, with her bond set at $8,000 for the charges. Worth was charged with possession of marijuana with bond set at $3,000 for the charge. Wesley Evans Fleming, 30, of Jacksonville was arrested May 24 by Starke police on an outof-county warrant from Clay for failure to appear original charge of possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $2,502 for the charge. Damian Alexander Fortner, 22, of Miami was arrested May 25 by Lawtey police for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Ronnie Lee Frazier, 51, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for disorderly intoxication. According to the arrest report, Frazier was threatening a family member after a fish fry, and when law enforcement arrived, he continued yelling at family, as well as yelling at the deputy. William Russell Gatlin, 27, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 22 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended t Crime t Recent arrests in Bradford, Clay and Union or revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Tymachee Jordea Givens, 22, of Sanderson was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for possession of marijuana and for possession of drug equipment. According to the arrest report, Givens was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for speeding when the deputy discovered the driver didnt have a license. After asking all the passengers to exit the vehicle, the deputy found a marijuana cigarette and a grinder where Givens was seated. Givens was arrested, and bond was set at $4,000 for the charges. The driver of the vehicle, Corey McCray, 22, of Sanderson, was arrested for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $2,500 for his charge. Christopher Kyledaniel Griffis, 30, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked and for a probation violation. Miriam Nicole Hawkins, 26, of Macclenny was arrested May 26 by the Florida Highway Patrol on an out-of-county warrant. William Randall Helton, 46, of Waldo was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for child neglect, for possession of drugs with intent to sell and for selling drugs-methamphetamine. Bond was set at $300,000 for the charges. Raymond Charles Hill, 55, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for aggravated battery. Bond was set at $25,000 for the charge. David Allen Holt, 26, of Archer was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Colin Savalas Keaton, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Thomas Bryon Kelley, 43, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $5,000 for the charge. Christopher Matthew Kienlen, 35, of Fort White was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for aggravated assault with a weapon. According to the arrest report, he threatened Frank Pendarvis with a baseball bat as Pendarvis was dropping Kienlens girlfriend off at a residence. When the girlfriend exited the vehicle, she was struck by Pendarvis vehicle as he spun out trying to leave. Pendarvis fled the scene, and law enforcement was called, leading to Kienlens arrest. Pendarvis, 57, of Callahan, was located later and arrested for hit and run. Bond was set at $10,000 for Kienlens charge, while no bond was set for Pendarvis. Ashley Danielle Lee, 27, of Lawtey was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charge. Rickey Lloyd Martin, 33, of Starke was arrested May 20 by Lawtey police for two charges for possession of drugscontrolled substance without a prescription and for possession of drug equipment. According to the arrest report, Martin was in a vehicle stopped by the police when the driver was spotted not wearing a seatbelt. The officer smelled alcohol coming from the car and asked permission to search it. He found the drugs and a straw on the floorboard where Martin was seated. He was arrested, with bond set at $22,000 for the charges. Shawn Aymara Martin, 42, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, police were called to a residence where Martin was causing a disturbance and would not leave after being asked to. She smelled of alcohol, according to the officer, and refused to leave when the officer told her to. She was arrested, with bond set at $2,000 for the charge. Julian R. Martinez, 20, of Starke was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Christopher Bradley McClellan, 30, of Starke was arrested May 22 by Starke police as an out-of-state fugitive. The warrant from Las Vegas police is for forgery, with a bond set at $70,000 for the charge. He will be extradited to Las Vegas. Arthur Nicholaus McNelley, 36, of Lawtey was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Bond was set at $12,000 for the charge. Tracy Lynn Meadows, 33, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies on an out-ofcounty warrant from Baker for failure to appear on an original charge of shoplifting. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charges. Blair Dean Moyers, 53, of Starke was arrested May 22 by Bradford deputies for failure to appear. Allison Marie Oneal, 19, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 24 by Starke police for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Leigh Phillip Pinckney, 20, of Lawtey was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, deputies were called to a residence after a report of someone walking in the area knocking on doors. Pinckney was encountered by a deputy in a vehicle, which she exited and then started walking down the roadway. She couldnt identify herself to the deputy and wouldnt get out the roadway after almost getting hit by a vehicle. Brittany Lynn Prince, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested May 26 by Starke police for driving without a valid drivers license. Terry Lee Puckett, 41, of Starke was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for driving under the influence. Sherri Foreman Roberts, 50, of Starke was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for battery. Bond was set at $1,500 for the charge. Sheila Roman, 23, of Cape Coral was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Kendra Jokevia Smith, 26, of Starke was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Clara Denne Tedder, 48, of Jacksonville was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. No bond was allowed for the charge. Richard Steven Tyler, 35, was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for burglary of an occupied dwelling, two charges of larceny and possession of drugs-controlled substance without a prescription. Tyler was in the Clay County jail and was transported to Bradford for the arrests. Bond was set at $62,000 for the charges. Randall Edward Vantassel, 50, of Melrose was arrested May 23 by Starke police for larceny. According to the arrest report, Vantassel was at Walmart in Starke and loaded up a cart with over $390 in merchandise before attempting to leave the store without paying. A Walmart employee detained him until police arrived. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charge. Matthew Leon Wilkerson, 29, of Raiford was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for two probation violation charges. Bond was set at $20,000 for the charges. Keystone/Melrose Frances Powell Johnson, 60, of Melrose was arrested May 25 by Putnam deputies for DUI, Larry Knowels, 37, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 22 by Clay deputies for aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony and domestic battery by strangulation. According to an arrest report, after arguing with the victim, Knowels pointed a rifle at the victim and choked her to the point of losing consciousness. A witness in the residence corroborated the victims claims, and a deputy wrote that he observed marks on the victim that were consistent with her statements. The deputy wrote that Knowels and the victim said they only have altercations when they consume alcoholic beverages and that they both believe they need to stop drinking. Jesus Montoya, 20, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Clay deputies for driving without a valid license. Jeremy Allen Zoch, 32, of Melrose was arrested May 24 by Putnam deputies for aggravated battery, resisting a law enforcement officer, battery and robbery. Union Terri Lynn Ortega, 28, of Lake Butler was arrested May 20 by Union deputies on an out-ofcounty warrant from Alachua. No bond was allowed for the charge. Sylvester Warren, 37, of Lake Butler was arrested May 20 by Union deputies for possession of drugs and for possession of narcotic equipment. According to the arrest report, Warren was walking across Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler when he saw a deputy sitting in his patrol car. The deputy reported Warren started acting suspicious, walking in the other direction, then turning around and walking at a very fast pace, keeping his eye on the deputy. The deputy exited the vehicle and asked Warren what he was doing. Warren started walking toward the deputy, but dropped something from his hand before he got near the officer. The deputy found the object, which was a metal pipe with a piece of crack cocaine in it. Warren was arrested and transported to jail. Jane Diane Green, 51, of Lake Butler was arrested May 23 by Union deputies for trespassing-occupied structure or conveyance. Enoch Jonas Jr., 47, of Lake City was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for disorderly intoxication. Jonas called deputies about a disturbance at his girlfriends home, and when they arrived, he was outside yelling and cursing at his girlfriend and waking up neighbors. Jonas was ordered numerous times by the deputy to calm down, but he wouldnt and yelled that he already had his bags packed and was ready to go to jail. Brian Austin Dermid, 18, of Lake Butler was arrested May 23 by Union deputies for criminal mischief-property damage and for disturbing the peace. According to the arrest report, Dermid attached a chain to a fence at Union County High School and to a truck parked there for the football game that night. The owner of the vehicle didnt notice the chain, and when he backed up the truck, it pulled down a section of the fence. A deputy had seen Dermid around the truck earlier, and when confronted during the game, Dermid started yelling and cursing in the stands and continued to do so in the roadway at the deputy before being arrested. Jerry Ryan Jones, 40, of Lake Butler was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for domestic violence battery. According to the arrest report, Jones got into a fight with a juvenile relative and punched him in the chest and face. Lavar Demerion Mills, 35, of Lake Butler was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for attempted homicide, kidnap-false imprisonment, weapon offenseconvicted felon and burglary. According to the arrest report, Mills shot his wife and stepdaughter after holding one in a room against her will during an argument. The other burst in the door, and he then shot bothone numerous times in the torso and thigh. Both survived and have been released from the hospital, according to UCSO. Mills fled, but dropped the handgun outside the residence, where the shooting happened. After receiving a tip, Mills was found several hours later hiding in a shed that he broke into in Lake Butler.

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with a thin belly held in the accompanying photograph by Caleb Manning is obviously a post-spawn bass. The same bass caught a few weeks ago would have weighed considerably larger. From now through next spring, the bass weights will be smaller. This will be not only because the fish will not be full of the large roe, but also because they will be much more reclusive in deeper water with thicker cover. Through last weekend, our local weather fostered a little chill that some fishermen blamed for a less-than-great May full moon for shellcrackers. Apparently, bluegills made a heavier showing. On the last full moon, Jim Thornton of Lake City fished Sampson Lake for bedding breakup. The Tornadoes, though, missed a golden scoring opportunity when Luke hooked up with Barron for a 75-yard pass to the Newberry 4-yard line. Desue gained a yard on a first-down play from there before being dropped for a 5-yard loss on second down. Luke was sacked for a 4-yard loss before tossing an incompletion to Jeffers in the end zone on a fourth-down play. Bradford put itself in good field position again on a 23-yard reception by Cody Tillman to the Newberry 25. Desue gained another 2 yards before Luke was sacked twice, forcing the Tornadoes into a fourth-and-20 play, which was unsuccessful. Dejwon Howard moved the Panthers past midfield on the ensuing series with a 12-yard run to the Bradford 40. Franklin broke free on a scoring run from there, with Files PAT putting Newberry up 7-0 with 6:49 to play. Bradford went three-andout on its next opportunity. The Panthers the put together a four-play scoring drive that was capped by Franklins 31-yard touchdown run. Jeffers stepped in at quarterback on the Tornadoes last series and picked up a first down with a 10-yard scramble. Bradford would lose 6 yards on a fumble, however, and eventually punt on fourth-and-16. Luke completed 4-of-8 passes for 107 yards, but the Tornadoes finished with 104 total yards. They were held to minus-3 yards rushing when factoring in three sacks for a loss of 26 yards. Barron finished with the one reception for 75 yards. Bradford 8. That set up Kobie Jones 5-yard touchdown pass to Parks. Bradfords offense did generate some big plays on the following series, with Desue and Don Jeffers catching passes for gains of 17 and 9 yards, respectively. A 5-yard reception by Barron gave Bradford a thirdand-2 at the Dunnellon 26, but Luke was sacked for a loss of 12 yards. On fourth down, Luke was almost sacked again, but was able to dump the ball off to Desue for a 15-yard gain to the 23 and a first down. Desue followed the fourthdown play with an 11-yard run before Luke scrambled for a 10-yard gain. That set up Lukes 1-yard touchdown plunge with 2:26 to play. Bradford added two points on a pass from Luke to Jeffers to cap the scoring at 21-8. Luke finished with 8-of-11 completions for 79 yards, with Barron catching four passes for 35 yards and Desue catching two for 32 yards. Desue had 53 all-purpose yards. Host Newberry played Dunnellon in the next two quarters of play, with Alex Files kicking a 49-yard field goal on the last play for a 9-6 win. The Panthers then played Bradford, with Jason Franklin rushing for two touchdowns that totaled 71 yards to lead Newberry to a 14-0 win. It was a much better start for the Bradford defense, which held Newberry to 34 yards on its first three series. Winslow Roddey had a tackle for a loss of 5 yards, while Shannahan had a 4-yard sack. Watson and Clayton Woods combined for a sack, while Chance Oody had a pass 6B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Members of MLS systems providing excellent access to properties & listing exposure! www.SwiftCreekRealty.netOur Locations: Lake Butler12469 West SR 100 32054Lake City1140 SW Bascom Norris Dr. Ste. 106 32025 Gainesville3917 NW 97th Blvd. 32606 (800) 833-0499 (386) 496-0499 CUSTOM BUILT HOME with S/S appliances on 1.4+/Acres!$224,900! Carrie Cason Broker Associate Kelly Davis Sales Associate Amber Roberts-Crawford Broker/Owner Austen Roberts Sales Associate David Thomas Sales Associate NEWLY UPDATEDin Starke with S/S appliances & more!$198,900!ON 2.67+/ACRES on Lake Butler Lake!$97,900! Are you looking for an AFFORDABLE Medicare Supplement solution?WE HAVE IT!SENIORS COMPARE (Monthly Premium)$216 (Monthly Premium)$55 1-800-942-2003CALL TODAY! when he intercepted a pass on the Panthers next offensive series, but Union would give the ball right back on a fumble. The Union offense fared better the next time it had the ball, running three plays and scoring on a touchdown toss from Cox to Cody Miller to cap a 40-yard drive. Robinsons run on the twopoint conversion made it a 16-0 game. Duvals offense ran two plays before fumbling the ball back to the Tigers. Union responded with a four-play, 18-yard scoring drive. An Alexander run put the Tigers inside the 10, with Robinson eventually scoring on a pass from Cox. Isaiah Johnsons run on the conversion put the Tigers up 24-0 with 9:10 to play in the first half. Clay Hall provided a big spark for the Union defense when he came up with a sack for an 11yard loss on the Panthers first play from scrimmage on the ensuing series. Another sack would later force the Panthers to punt. Johnson tacked another score on the board with a touchdown run that made it 30-0 in favor of the Tigers. Duval moved downfield and threatened to score before halftime. Pass interference penalties helped the Panthers pick up two first downs, while Brown threw a pair of passes that resulted in first downs as well. With Duval inside the Tigers 25-yard line, Lee broke up a pass, while Merriex and Andy Holderfield combined to tackle a runner for a 3-yard gain. Two consecutive penalties backed the Panthers up 10 yards. Brown threw an incompletion on thirdand-17 before he was sacked on fourth down by Joshua Hedman. The second half got off to a pictured during practice, had an interception win over Duval Continued from 3B good start for the visitors when Dennis Jackson intercepted a Union pass. The Tigers Jacquez Warren made a tackle for a 3-yard loss on the first play following the change of possession, but the arm of Brown resulted in two first downs before he tossed a touchdown to Aaron Tellado to make it a 30-7 game following the PAT. After the Union offense went three-and-out, the Panthers were on the march again, driving inside the Union 10. After a Duval penalty, Unions Alexander would break up a pass and make a tackle on Brown for a 3-yard gain to force Duval into a fourth-and-12 play. Browns incomplete pass resulted in a turnover on downs. Union was deep in its own territory, but not for long when Worrell promptly broke free for a run of more than 20 yards on first down. It was just one of three long-distance runs for Worrell, with the third resulting in a touchdown and a 36-7 on the first play of the fourth quarter. The Tigers capped the scoring with a 64-yard drive on their next possession. Again, it was Worrell providing several 20-plus-yard runs en route to his second touchdown of the night. Continued from 3B touchdown against Dunnellon. Fins, Fur & Tails The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is currently considering changes to the regulations that apply to the harvesting of largemouth bass. Presently, the bag limit for largemouth bass caught south and east of the Suwannee River is five fish over 14 inches. In an effort to increase the population of larger bass, the commission is proposing a change that would continue to allow five keeper bass, but only one would be allowed to be over 16 inches. One obvious conflict is that the regulation would run counter to the objective of all bass tournaments, which is to weigh as many large fish as possible. The solution will be FWC considers change in bass harvests to obtain an exemption for each tournament. This is not currently required if the tournament uses the same size limits specified by commission. When questioned, a FWC representative in Lake City indicated that every tournament, including the small, open tournaments, would require exemptions. The representative was, however, reassuring in that multiple exemptions could be obtained in one online setting. Joey Tyson, who organizes the Bald Eagle tournaments, suggested the process would not be a significant obstruction. Tyson indicated that the most significant adjustment to the changes would be the feeling by non-tournament fishermen that they are limited on the harvest amount. Outdoors outlook The 7-plus-pound bass the big bass of the Tournament.

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Today, I remember him and all the others whose names are on that wall and on black, granite walls around our country, Crawford said. Prior to his speaking engagement at the Camp Blanding ceremony, Crawford was interviewed by a Jacksonville TV station and asked why a Memorial Day ceremony should be held at Camp Blanding. Crawford said the short TV interview didnt give him a chance to fully answer that question, but he shared with the Memorial Day ceremony crowd just why Camp Blanding is so special. Camp Blanding has been a large part of his life, Crawford said. It was a place where the Lake Butler native enjoyed picnics and boating while growing up, but it also served as the place where Crawford went through basic training when he enlisted in the Florida Army National Guard on Dec. 13, 1956. During World War II, this place was also a very special place for many soldiers, Crawford said. It was one of the largest training bases in America and in the South. Camp Blanding was the training site for nine Army divisions and 16 special-weapons units. After they deployed, it turned into an infantry replacement training center. I read in the history it was a big training center. They had 44 battalionsI cant quite comprehend thatat Camp Blanding. By the end of the war, Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 7B Funeral with Burial20 Ga. 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FL (US 301 North)Family Law & Will Preparation30 years experience Margaret will continue to serve clients in Alachua County as well as Bradford & Union counties d Obituaries d Vernon Conner WINTER SPRINGSVernon J. Conner, 68, of Winter Springs, Fla., passed away on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. He was the son of Frank and Myrtice Conner. Vernon was a graduate of Bradford High School class of 1963. He was employed at Florida Motion Control. He is survived by: his wife, Frances Harrington Conner; children, Steven (Kate) and Jennifer; grandchildren, Augie and Deac; siblings, Norma (Bill) Oliver, Betty Horn, and Julian (Alma) Conner. The family will be receiving guests at the Conner home Friday, 4-8 pm. Church Service will be Saturday 10:00 a.m. at Waterstone Fellowship in Oviedo, Fl. with burial in Conner Green Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Waterstone Fellowship Building Fund, 1925 W CR 419, Oviedo, FL 32765. Condolences may be expressed at www.callahanfh.com. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Ellis and Charlotte McAninch, Callahan Funeral Home, Inc., 617365 Brandies Ave., Callahan, Fl. 32011, 904-879-2336. PAID OBITUARY Joseph Daniels STARKE Joseph Franklin Daniels, 85, of Starke passed away Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at Haven Hospice, Orange Park. He was born Feb. 5, 1929 in Galivants Ferry, S.C. to Joseph Preston Daniels and Sarah Jane (Baxley) Daniels. Joe left at the age of 17 to enlist in the US Army. After serving in the Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force for a total of 26 years he retired and moved to Starke with his (now deceased) wife, Keiko (Kay) Fujimoto and their daughter, Sarah, and worked at the Union Correctional Institution near Starke. Joe is survived by: his wife, Betty; daughter, Sarah; nephews, Mike Richardson and Ken Bryant; nieces Ann Bryant and Elsie (Lucy) Bryant Stone; and various great-nieces and great nephews. A casual memorial service will be held Thurs. May 29, at 6 pm at the American Legion Post 56 in Starke. All friends are also invited to meet at Jacksonville National Cemetery at 11:00 a.m. Friday, May 30 th for the military entombment. Entombment will be Fri., May 30, at 11:30 a.m. at Jacksonville National Cemetery. PAID OBITUARY Levan Easley, Sr. STARKELevan Easley, Sr., 74, of Starke died Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at ET York Haven Hospice of Gainesville. A lifelong resident of Starke, he attended New Bethel Baptist Church at an early age and was affiliated with the United States Army. He attended the local schools of Bradford County and New York City. He is survived by: his wife Charolette Easley; daughters, Janett Heidelberg, Yolanda, Aiysha and Kim Richardson; sons, Levan Easley Jr., Brian Easley, Edward Miller and James; sisters, Katherine Solomon, Juliette Long, Amandalene Chandler and Legree Hankerson all of Starke; and 25 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 31, in the New Bethel Baptist Church in Starke with Rev. Edward Brown conducting the services. Interment will be held in Oddfellow Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Haile Funeral Home Inc of Starke. Family Hour will be held May 30, Friday at Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel from 3:004:00 p.m. Friends 4:00-7:00 p.m. the Cortege will form at the home of Mrs. Amadelene Chandler 4493 Southeast 143 Terrace (Lincoln City) at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. RAIFORD Kelly Wright Griffis, 55, of Raiford passed away Monday, May 26, 2014 at her residence after a sudden illness. She was born in Springfield, Ohio on May 17, 1960, she lived in Green Cove Springs 20 years before moving to Raiford four years ago. She was employed with the Clay County School Board where she was Clerk of payroll. She was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford. She was preceded in death by her mother, Grace Wright. She is survived by: her husband of 34 years, Gerald Michael Griffis II of Raiford; two sons, Gerald Michael (Whitney) Griffis III of Raiford and John Matthew (Laura) Griffis of Orange Park; one granddaughter, Sawyer Griffis; and her father, John Wright of Green Cove Springs. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, May 31, at 11:00 am at the Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford with Doctor Rev. Harold Hudson officiating. Family will receive friends at the church Saturday morning at 10:00 am an hour prior to the memorial service. Burial will be held at a later date. Archer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 386-496-2008 PAID OBITUARY LAWTEYAndrew H. Joe Harley, age 73, a lifetime resident of Lawtey died at North Florida Regional Medical Center, Gainesville of cancer on Tuesday, May 27, 2014. He was born on April 6, 1941 in Lawtey to the late Hubbard and Gracie Harley. Joe was preceded in death by his sister, Connie Padgett and brother Randy Harley. Joe graduated from Bradford County High School in 1959. He enjoyed cattle farming, fishing, reading Western books, watching Western movies and spending time with his family. Joe is survived by: his loving daughters, Teresa (Mike) Vanzant and Lisa (Clay Troyer) Harley all of Lawtey; his grandsons, Ronnie Vanzant of Fleming Island and Harley Troyer of Lawtey; his sisters, Jackie (A.Q.) Smith, Mary (Dick) Chesser and Abbie (Wayne) Massey; and his many loving and caring nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 30, at 11:00 am in the chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral Services with Pastor John Sawyer officiating. Interment will follow at Lawtey Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Thursday, May 29, from 6:00 PM until 8:00 pm at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The American Cancer Society 2119 SW 16th Street, Gainesville, FL 32608 in honor of Mr. Harley. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Services, Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www. archietannerfuneralservices.com to sign the familys guest book. PAID OBITUARY Robert Hungerford STARKE Robert Cortlandt Hungerford, 69, of Starke died on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at St. Vincents Hospital Jacksonville. He was born Jan. 24, 1945 in Leesburg to Ralph M. and Vera Louise Hungerford. His early years were spent with his mother, after age 12 his father passed away. At around age 17 he moved to Daytona with his mother where he helped her manage their motel business on the beach. He married at age 19 and with his first wife had five children whom he loved dearly. He graduated at the top of his class from The Spartan School of Aeronautics in Oklahoma City and worked as a Quality Assurance Engineer on multiple nuclear power locations as well as Coal Fire Plant in Jacksonville. While working at Coal Fire location he met and married his wife and soul mate, Claudia, with whom they shared 27 years together at his passing and he will be missed as her husband and best friend. Robert was a loving husband who believed in the Lord and loved his children at any cost. He will be missed until we all meet again when the Lord also welcomes us home. He is survived by: wife Claudia; his children, Robert (Tracie) Hungerford, Jr., Dorothy Slama, Christine (Layne) Hatch, Jeanne Hungerford, Ralph Hungerford, and his step-son, Damon (Marina) Shuler. He also leaves 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held May 27, in the chapel of the funeral home with Bishop Dan Carver officiating. Interment followed at Santa Fe Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Services, Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www. archietannerfuneralservices.com to sign the familys guest book. PAID OBITUARY Ronald ORANGE CITYRonald B. Jewett, Sr., 78, of Orange City, died on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at a local care center. He was born to the late Merle Jewett and Thelma Clement Jewett in Franklinville, N.Y. He served in the US Air Force, retiring after 20 years of service. He retired as an assistant superintendent with the State of Florida Department of Corrections after 24 years. He is survived by: his wife of over 53 years, Jacqueline; son Ronald B. (Sherie) Jewett, Jr.; daughter, Renee B. (Gene) Slone; brother, Paul (Kay) Jewett; sister, Marcia Case; and four grandchildren. The family will celebrate his life on Saturday, May 31, at 10:00 am at The Journey at First Baptist Church of Orange City, 975 East Graves Avenue. Lankford Funeral Home of Deland is in charge of arrangements. I am writing this letter to give thanks to everyone who helped us with the devastating loss of our son Shane Savoy on April 11, 2014. We would like to thank the community of Keystone Heights for all of their thoughts and prayers, also for those who made donations to help us. We would like to thank everyone for food that was made for us. Special thanks to Pastor Jim Snells and Lake Hill Baptist Church for everything, the medical staff on site and at UF SHANDS Gainesville for doing everything they could to try and save his life. If I can, I would like to personally meet and thank the staff that was on the site. A huge thank you to our family. We have never seen this much love and support from a community before and we are very happy to be part of it. Thank You The Savoy Family Keystone Heights Card of Thanks they had trained an estimated well over 300,000 soldiers that would deploy. Camp Blanding has been important in todays times as well, with eight deployments to Afghanistan beginning there. Its still a hallowed and honored place, Crawford said. Following his speech, Crawford and Col. Dwayne Jarriel, Camp Blandings post commander, placed a wreath in honor of those who died in service. The wreath was placed before a downrange bootsrifle-helmet monument. Lt. Col. Gray Johnson, Camp Blandings operations manager, described the monument to the crowd, saying, Those are authentic World War II and Korean boots. The weapon is an M-14 from Vietnam. The headgear is a Kevlar helmet, which we started using in Desert Storm. In closing, Johnson said, Memorial Day is a very special day. I know I am preaching to the choir because youre here. Its not just the start of summer. Its not just the start of the barbecue season. Its a day we set aside to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. So from the bottom of our hearts, we appreciate you being here. God be with you. God bless the USA. during the invocation. Continued from 1B

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the senior class ultimately the sophomore class the frehsmen prior to playing the seniors.) (foreground) carries the ball for the sophomore class. Kayla Jones (far left) 8B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Commercial Bradford Union Clay 40Notices 41Auctions 42M otor Vehicles & Accessories43R Vs & Campers 44Boats &ATVs 45Land for Sale 46Real Estate Out of Area 47Commercial Property (Rent, Lease, Sale) 48Homes for Sale 49Mobile Homes for Sale 50For Rent 61Scriptur es 62Vacation/Travel 63Love Lines 64Business Opportunities65Help Wanted 66In vestme nt O ppo rtunities67Hunting Land for Rent 68Carpet Cleaning 69Food Supplements 70Money to Lend 71Farm Equipment 72Computers & Accessories51Lost/Found 52Animals & Pets53AY ard Sales53BKeystone Yard Sales53CLake Butler Y ard Sales54Pr oduce 55Wanted 56Antiques 57For Sale 58Child/Adult Home Car e59Personal Services 60Home Impr ovementW ord Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon964-6305 473-2210 496-2261 C lassified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been established with the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all billing to cover postage and handling. All ads placed by phone are read back to the advertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be held responsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify and edit all copy or to reject or cancel any advertisements at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be accepted. T O PLACE A CLASSIFIED USE YOUR PHONE FOR SALEOlder 2BR/1BA singe wide on 2.10 acres, w/ heat & A/C in need of some repairs. Can be lived in with minimal repairs. Has well, septic, and elect. Several storage bldgs, & livestock pen w/water.Call 386-496-1215 for more information$28,500NO OWNER FINANCE NO RENT TO OWN A childless loving married couple seeks to adopt. Will be hand on mom/dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)9854592. Adam Sklar #0150789 Lake Eufaula,217 Cypress Cove Drive, Eufaula, Al, 5 Bedroom-4Bath, Executive, Great views. June 10, 1:00pm. Details, pictures GTAuctions.com 205.326.0833 Granger, Thagard & Assoc,Inc. Jack F Granger, #873 MEDICAL BILLING ACCOUNTING ASST CUSTOMER SERVICE NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. HS/GED NEEDED TO APPLY Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers. 1800-451-0709 earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-266-3731 / www.bulldoghiway.co m EOE Solo, Recent Grad & Student Drivers needed for dedicated run in your area! Ask about our sign-on bonus and guaranteed hometime! Call 866-414-3402 on 2.51ac. w/ 2bdr, loft, large deck, covered porch, fpl, minutes from the lake $139,900. Call 828286-1666 W/D Hook-ups Pool Business Center Fitness Room Kids CornerPETS WELCOME !Call 904-368-0007Spacious 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Apartments AVAILABLE NOW!STARTING AS LOW AS $550/moCall today to hear about our current special to help get you moved in! DURRANCE PUMP Q UALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964 Pumps Sales Parts Service ST ATE LICENSE #1305 Southern Villas of StarkeAsk about our 1&2 BR Apartments HC & non-HC Units. Central AC/ Heat, on-site laundry, playground, private, quiet atmosphere. 1001 Southern Villas Dr. Starke, FL Equal Housing Opportunity 801 South Water Street Starke, FL 32091 TDD/TTY 711 1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC & Non-HC accessible apartments.This institution is an equal opportunity provider, and employer. Equal Housing Opportunity (904) 964-6305 (352) 473-2210 (386) 496-2261 Classified Ads Where one call does it all! Move over, boys... (foreground) returns an interception for a pass for the senior class. Campbell to score a touchdown for the seniors. sprints ahead of down with an interception for the sophomore class.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 9B Keystone Yard (904) 964-6305 (352) 473-2210 (386) 496-2261 Classified Ads Where one call does it all! HANDGUNS: Springfield Range Officer .45, Sig Sauer .380, Walther P38, S&W .45, (3) Bersa .380, (2) Diamondback .380, Luger 9mm, Glocks, Colts, 35 OTHERS RIFLES: Thompson 1927 A1 in Violin Case w/2 drum mags & 4 sticks, H&R Arms M-1 Garand-Chromed, Sharps 45/70 Commemorative #67 of 100, Winchester 1894/Colt 45 w/ matching serial numbers in presentation box, (3) Springfield M1s, Winchester 1866, Weatherby 270, (6) Winchester Model 94s, Browning Model 87, Colt AR-15, 65 OTHERS SHOTGUNS: Purdy & Sons 12 Ga Dbl Bar, Benelli Super 90 Semi-Auto, Remington 1100 12, Benelli 20 ga, Remington 870 12 ga Left handed, (2) Winchester mdl 1300 12 ga rifled barrel, Ruger Red Label 12 Ga, (2) Winchester Stainless Police 12 Ga, (5) Kel-Tec KSG, 50 OTHERS TERMS: Cash, check, Visa/MC. 12% Buyer Premium. All normal gun sales rules apply. INSPECTION: 8:00 AM 9:30 AM on day of auction DIRECTIONS: Bradford County Fairgrounds, 1 mile north of downtown Starke on US 301 STARKE HOMES/PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS1530 Madison St Starke(904) 964-6312 TDD 711Accepting Applications 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments! EQUAL HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY AFFORDABLE LIVINGStarting at $431 /month Laundry Facilities 24-hr Emergency MaintenanceThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. The Bradford County Value Adjustment Board ( VAB ) Is Seeking A Qualified Member Of The Florida Bar To Serve As Its Legal Counsel For The 2014 Tax Cycle. Applicants Must Submit A Letter Of Interest And Resume Demonstrating Satisfaction Of The Following Criteria: 1. APPLICANT MUST BE AN ATTORNEY, LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND MAY NOT BE AN ELECTED OR APPOINTED OFFICIAL OR AN EMPLOYEE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, A TAXING JURISDICTION IN BRADFORD COUNTY OR THE STATE OF FLORIDA, OR REPRESENT ANY PROPERTY OWNER IN ANY ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL REVIEW OF PROPERTY TAXES. 2. APPLICANT MUST HAVE PRACTICED FOR FIVE YEARS OR MORE; MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 194.015, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND FILL THE ROLE PRESCRIBED BY RULE 12D-9.009, FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE. 3. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL SHALL ADVISE THE VAB ON ALL ASPECTS OF THE VAB REVIEW PROCESS AND ENSURE THAT ALL ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE VAB AND ITS STAFF MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW. 4. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL IS EXPECTED TO ATTEND ALL MEETINGS AND HEARINGS OF THE VAB AS WELL AS TO PROVIDE OTHER ASSISTANCE AS NEEDED BY THE VAB 5. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL WILL BE AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR; WILL BE COMPENSATED BY THE HOUR; AND THE RATE OF SUCH COMPENSATION WILL BE NEGOTIATED FOLLOWING SELECTION. 6. WHILE PREFERENCE MAY BE GIVEN FOR ANY LOCAL APPLICANT(S), APPLICANT NEED NOT BE RESIDENTS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. 7. APPLICANT MUST COMPLETE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE TRAINING FOR VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARDS AND PROVIDE A STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF SAID TRAINING TO THE VAB Applicants Must Submit Their Letter Of Interest (Including Suggested Compensation Information) And Resume, By Hand Delivery Or U.S. Mail, To The Office Of The Clerk Of The Circuit Court, At 945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, No Later Than 3:00 P.M., June 11, 2014. All Submissions Must Be In Sealed Envelopes Clearly Marked: VAB Counsel. BUS DRIVERS NEEDEDUnion County School Board 40 hour Training Class provided. CDL required to enroll.ContactMike: 386-496-2182orMark: 904-966-2396 Episcopal Childrens Services has openings for a for our Head Start program in Starke.A bachelors degree in early childhood education preferred; associates required for Lead position. Salaries vary by position & credentials ($11-$17 per hour) Excellent benefits package, including:Health, Dental and Life Insurance Retirement Plan w/ Employer Matching Paid Vacation & Holidays Employer Paid Training & Tuition AdvancementEmail resum to hhodges@ecs4kids.org or Fax to (904) 726-1520 ATTN HRECS is an Equal Oppo r tunity / Aff i r m ative Action / Drug Free E m ployer. F lorida Credit Union has a FT teller position available at our Starke branch. Experience with high volume cash handling, maintaining cash drawer, balancing, cross-selling, and customer service expertise is required. Prior credit union/bank experience is a plus. We offer competitive salary, incentives, and excellent benefits. Stop by our Starke branch at 2460 Commercial Drive (near Walmart) to complete an application or send resum to: F lorida Credit Union, Attn: HR/TLR, P.O. Box 5549, Gainesville, FL 32627 Fax: 352-264-2661 E mail: krose@flcu.org M/F/D/V EOE Drug Free Workplace for positions of and Full Time in Keystone in Gainesville 352-473-0680 Excellence Through Senior AdvocacyServing Clay County and Surrounding Areas.105 Commercial Drive Keystone Heights, FL 32656HHA29991306Must have been a registered nurse for at least a year and prefer home health care experience, but not required for right candidate. with resume in hand. rffntb b rfntfbnfffbffnbnff ffbfrfffbfnfnfbfntfnf frfntbfbfffrtffbfbffbnf fntfffrfnff 2 Bedroom Townhome$100 security1/2 OFF 1st 3 m onths rentEqual housing opportunity This institution is an equal o pportunity provider & employer. 1 Bdrm $460 2 Bdrm $485 3 Bdrm $515

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copperheads. His first efforts were unsuccessful, but after returning to the trestle canal, he located a bream colony on which he was able to fill a legal limit. Jim Lewis, Warren Carver, Robert Carver, Jamie Carver, Jeff Carver, Jim Ward, Gene Tannner and Lance Williams made their annual trip to Dead Lake, south of Palatka, in May. Warren Carver indicated they were less successful this year, but he was careful not to complain by saying they did OK. Townsend Strickland specified that the May bluegill spawn on Kingsley Lake was scattered, but heavy. He also indicated he saw few shellcrackers. Some of these local bream fishermen seem to think that the shellcracker spawn will be heavier in June and that the bluegills will cluster bed on the May 28 new moon and again on the following full moon. Some unclustered bluegill beds should be available most of the remaining summer. Saltwater action seems to be settling into its summer trends. East coast surf reports include catches of whiting and blues. Cobia and kings are also reported to be around shore reefs. Tournament results At the May 14 Bald Eagle Bass Tournament, Lester Harrison and Mike Meredith placed first, while Clint Jackson and Jason McClellan placed second. Wade Platt landed the big bass. On May 21, Tommy Studstill and Don West won the Bald Eagle Tournament, with Glenn Barnes and Donnie Brooks placing second. Chris Tucker landed the big bass. The team of Justin Woods and Todd Stinner placed first and landed the big bass at the May 15 Sampson Lake Open Tournament. Daniel Elixson and Hunter Reichert placed second, while Dillon Crews and Eddie Smith placed third. Jeremy Dohrm and Buddy Maye won the May 22 Sampson Lake Tournament. Michael Bass and Ed Allen placed second, while Caleb Manning and Austin Manning placed third and fourth, respectively. Caleb Manning landed the big bass. 10B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Jim Thornton displays a large copperhead bluegill he caught from the full moon. Continued from 6B Crosshorn Ministeries The May 15 Crosshorn Ministries meeting was held at the Starke Golf and Country Club with a full crowd. That evenings topic was survival skills and included speakers Ryan Hawkins, Dave Cowart and Mark Neely. John Whitfield offered Bible study. The next meeting will be Thursday, June 26. Tight lines until next week. Justin Woods are ;ictured with the winning catch Tournament. May 22 was a special day for soon-to-be Keystone Heights High School graduates Micah Brown, Michael Carroll and Blake Valenzuela, who signed college letters of intent to continue playing football. Brown signed with Kentucky Christian University, while Carroll and Valenzuela signed with Southeastern University and Wilmington College, respectively. A full story will be published in the June 5 Telegraph-TimesMonitor. KHHS football trio to be featured in next issue and Don West show off the winning catch Bald Eagle Tournament.



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lrmonitor@bellsouth.net www.StarkeJournal.com Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone 352-473-2210 Fax 352-473-2210 Worth Noting Lake Region Monitor Lake Region Monitor USPS 114-170 Keystone Heights, Florida Thursday, May 29, 2014 42 nd Year 4th Issue 75 CENTS Lake Region observes Memorial DayMelrose residents gathered at the ELiam Cemetery while Keystone Heights residents observed Memorial Day at the Veterans Memorial Pathway in the Keystone Heights Cemetery on May 27. Clockwise from top, left: American Legion Post 202 Commander Noel Thomas and President of the Post 202 Auxiliary Connie Murray Hall lay a wreath at the Veterans Memorial Pathway in Keystone Heights. James E. Young opens the Melrose ceremony at ELiam Cemetery. Joan Jones introduces participants in the Keystone Heights memorial service. (L-r) Jim Young, Gregory Jackson, Carl Ritch and Mark Venkleeck replace the American flag at the ELiam Cemetery Veterans Memorial. More photos on page 3A. Keystone Seniors graduate tomorrowThe 2014 class of Keystone Heights High School will graduate Friday May 30 at the schools football stadium. This weeks Monitor features photos of the graduates beginning on page 4A. All photos are courtesy of Keystone Heights High School.John Crittenden Co-salutatorian Valedictorian Co-salutatorian Kayla Baker Joel MichelKeystone FFA rated among states finestGAINESVILLE-The Future Farmers of America chapters at Keystone Heights Junior and Senior High Schools were among 30 FFA programs throughout Florida chosen as the states finest. According to Florida FFA, the selection of the chapters was based on the completion of the National Chapter Award program application. The chapters excelled in the areas of student, chapter and community development and have worked hard to fulfill the mission of the FFA. One member and one advisor from each chapter will be recognized during the 86th Florida FFA Convention in July. In addition, each chapter will represent Florida at the national level in the National Chapter Award Program. Other programs recognized were: Altha M iddle School, Altha High School, Apopka, Braden River, Brandon, Branford, Bronson Middle School, Bronson H igh School, Brooksville, DeLand Middle School, Deltona, Ft. White Middle School, Ft. White High School, George Jenkins, Kathleen, Lake Placid, Lincoln Middle School, New Smyrna Beach, Northview, Oakleaf Middle School, Oakleaf High School, Ocoee Middle School, Palmetto, Pine Ridge, Santa Fe, Sarasota Vo-Ag, Sebring and Southeast Manatee.Wings of Dreams Flyin, Cruise-inAround seven D-Day veterans, U.S. Congressman Ted Yoho and a large crowd is expected at the June 7 Wings of Dreams Fly-in and Cruise-in at the Keystone Airport. Wings of Dreams Executive Director Bob Oehl said the event is the only D-Day observance scheduled in the Gainesville area. A buffet breakfast will be served. The cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children nine and under. For more information, see www.wingsofdreams. com or call 352-256-8037.Community Church rummage saleIts rummage sale time at Community Church, located behind Ace Hardware in Keystone Heights. The popular early bird shopping continues on Thursday, June 5 from 4 to 7 p.m. The admission is $5 per family. There is no admission charge for the regular sale dates on Friday June 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, June 7 from 9 to noon. Saturday will also feature the Dollar-A-Bag sale. Reasonably priced merchandise. Proceeds serve many projects.Soccer try-outsThe Keystone Youth Soccer U13/ U14 competitive travel soccer team will be holding try-outs for the 2014-2015 season. Any player under the age of 14 on July 31, 2014 is eligible. Try-outs will be at Twin Lakes Park, 6065 Twin Lakes Road, on Saturday, May 31 beginning at 9 a.m. Please arrive 30 minutes early to stretch and register. For more information call 352-235-0393.

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2A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor USPS 114-170 Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage Paid at Keystone Heights, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Lake Region MonitorP.O. Drawer A Starke, FL 32091 7382 SR 21 Keystone Heights, FL 32656Phone: (352) 473-2210 (352) 473-6721 John M. Miller, Publisher Subscription Rate in Trade Area $39.00 per year: $20.00 six months Outside Trade Area: $39.00 per year: $20.00 six monthsEditor: Dan Hildebran Sports Editor:Cliff Smelley Advertising:Kevin Miller Darlene Douglass Typesetting Eileen Gilmore Advertising and Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray Classified Adv. Heather Padgett Bookkeeping:Joan Stewart-Jones at FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of KEYSTONE Sunday June 8ththroughThursday (Family Night) June 12th6 pm to 8:45 pm nightly Melrose picks best rain barrelsFirst place rain barrel owned by Dorothy Rountree and decorated by local artists Brenda and Glenda Appling. Second place rain barrel owned by the Melrose Library and decorated by Interlachen High School art students.MELROSEMelrose residents voted for their favorite decorated rain barrels during the towns spring art festival held in Heritage Park on May 3. First place went to the rain barrel owned by Dorothy Rountree and decorated by local artists Brenda and Glenda Appling. Their flower pot design enchanted the voters. The second place winner was the Melrose Librarys rain barrel decorated by Interlachen High School art students under the direction of art teacher Ann Hamilton. It is an impressionistic underwater scene with colorful fish. The third place ribbon was awarded to the Melrose Senior Centers rain barrel. The Melrose Public Library hosted a rain barrel decorating workshop on April 12 with Master Gardener Cheryl Owen as the instructor. Each barrel cost the participants less than $40.00 to make. The librarys rain barrel will be on display in the library until the middle of June.CCUA drops plans for large reservoir BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor MIDDLEBURG The Clay County Utility Authority abandoned plans for its $5.5 million Mid-Clay Reservoir east of Lake Asbury over concerns that the facilitys 18-foot berm holding back a 15-foot high wall of water might pose a danger to nearby homes. The 40-acre facility, east of the intersection of Henley and Sandridge roads, and west of the Ronnie Van Zant Park was to store 135 million gallons of reclaimed water for irrigation use. The utility planned to use the reservoir, not only to reduce its withdrawals from aquifers by increasing its capacity for reclaimed water, but also to reduce effluent discharges into the St. Johns River. CCUA Chief Engineer Dave Bolam told the utilitys board of supervisors during a May 20 meeting that as planning for the reservoir progressed, consultants told him that regulators would classify the 18-foot high barrier as a dam. He said the classification would have required the utility to conduct public meetings about the projects potential danger to nearby residents. Bolam said he considered making the reservoir deeper to lower the height of the berm, but that option created the need for contractors to haul an additional 22,000 truckloads of dirt from the site, and would have increased costs by $1.5 million. Bolam said CCUA managers instead settled on distributing the reclaimed water among three sites: the Governors Park Water Treatment Plant, currently under development south of Green Cove Springs, the Peters Creek Water Treatment Plant and a smaller version of the Mid-Clay Reservoir. He added that the new plan comes with a price tag of $2.4 million, about half of the original projects budget. Bolam also told supervisors that the new plan will lower CCUA discharges into the St. Johns River at the utilitys Miller Street facility in Orange Park by more than the original plan. He added that St. Johns River Water Management District staff has tentatively approved the new plan and said they will recommend the district board fund half of the cost of the alternative. The district had already committed to funding 50 percent of the reservoirs cost. BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Keystone Heights Airpark Authority is opposing a proposed 260-foot high cell phone tower less than a mile from the airports Runway 11. Verizon Wireless applied to construct the tower in Bradford County, on the east side of S.R. 100, about 300 yards north of the highways intersection with C.R. 18, near Edwards Grocery in Theressa. A preliminary study by the Federal Aviation Administration concluded the tower would not affect the airports air navigation or communications capabilities. It also found the tower would not affect military operations. The study concluded that if Verizon builds the tower, pilots minimum flight instrument altitude would be increased as well as minimum circling altitudes. The FAA is now conducting a more detailed study and is accepting public comments through May 30 about the proposal. The airports pilots association has collected dozens of signatures opposing the tower, mostly from pilots and airport tenants. Maria Gall, the airports office manager said that in addition to increasing safety risks, the new tower would also eliminate the possibility of larger aircraft landing at the facility using a precision approach. She added that the airparks economic development prospects would be hindered without larger planes using the airport. Noel Thomas, the airparks board chairman, said his board has hired an attorney to represent it in opposing the tower. He also said that if the FFA approves the tower, the board would ask Bradford County commissioners to stop the project. Keystone airport board opposing Bradford County cell phone tower Clay Electric employee comes to aid of man in medical emergencyORANGE PARKA Clay Electric employee administered CPR to a Middleburg man on May 22, and likely saved his life according to emergency medical workers. According to a co-op press release, Orange Park District serviceman Steve Warren was on a service call in Middleburg when he heard family members of Bruce Wisor yelling for help. Warren responded to the house and saw that Wisor was not breathing, and had a bluish tint to his skin. Warren, along with the help of an electrician, placed Wisor on his back and began chest compressions. After some time, Wisor opened his eyes and sat up. Emergency medical workers checked Wisor out and said that everything appeared normal but recommended that he go to the hospital. Wisor declined. The first responders said that Warrens actions likely saved the Middleburg mans life. Steve Hollingsworth, Orange Park District member relations representative, spoke to Wisor by telephone the following day to find out how he was doing. Wisor said he was feeling better and had already made an appointment to see a doctor. Hollingsworth said Wisor was very grateful for Warrens actions and wanted to express his thanks. Clay Electric Safety and Training Manager Lee Hicks said the incident is an example of why the co-op provides employees with CPR and first aid training every two years. This is a great example of how training here at Clay Electric helped a member of our community, he said.Bradford Sheriff hosts Lake Region town hall BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Bradford County Sheriff Gordon Smith hosted a town hall meeting at a church between Melrose and Keystone Heights on May 20. Smith presented an overview of his offices patrol, jail, court, investigations, animal control, dispatching and drug interdiction units. He also discussed inmate work crews and DUI checkpoints during his talk at Trinity Baptist Church. The sheriff highlighted what he said were unique features of the Bradford County Sheriffs Office, including his deputys availability to rescue motorists who lock their keys in their cars; and the communications center, which dispatches calls for three law enforcement agencies, 10 fire and rescue stations and night and weekend public utilities calls for the cities of Starke and Hampton. Smith also touted the agencys aggressive drug enforcement policies. He said Bradford County is the only jurisdiction within Floridas Eighth Judicial District in which drug arrests have increased over the past year. He said the three, full-time officers assigned to the drug interdiction unit forces drug dealers to keep looking over their shoulders. He added that the vigilant drug enforcement operation ultimately reduces property crimes. Smith also defended his sexual predator notification program, which attracted international attention in 2013 after his employees started posting red signs in front of the homes of convicted sexual predators. Smith said he began the program after a citizen with two small children unknowingly moved into Bradford County next door to a sexual predator. The woman complained to Smith that she should have been notified about the predator before she bought the home. The sad part is the sheriff previous to me did do the notification, Smith said. He went house to house, like we do, did the notification to everyone living there (in the neighborhood). Heres the problem: people move. Along with Bradford County Emergency Medical Services professional Joel Keough, Smith urged the meetings attendees to take advantage of three, free services the county offers. He said the Vial of Life program sets up a method to communicate medical information to EMS workers when they respond to a 911 call. Keough said that many times, patients are unable to communicate vital information to EMS workers. Smith also encouraged Lake Region residents to have free 911 address signs installed on their properties. He said the green and white reflective signs, which are about the size of a bumper sticker, can save lives, especially in the Melrose area, where four counties converge. Several of the meetings participants told Smith the geographical uniqueness of Melrose can pose a problem to first responders. One man told Smith his roadside mailbox is in Bradford County while his home is in Clay County. Smith also asked residents to sign up with his offices Code Red program, in which automated telephone calls are placed in cases of emergencies.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 3A Keystone District Office 352-473-4917 clayelectric.com Rays Auto RepairEstablished 1972473-30837382 Sunrise Blvd.(Next to Hitchcocks Grocery) *** Comfortable Waiting Area ***Jones-Gallagher Funeral HomeDistinquished Caring Service for Over 50 YearsJoe Gallagher OwnerStarke 964-6200 Keystone Heights 473-3176 J B SJackson Building SupplyStarke 964-6078 Lake Butler 496-3079See us for all your Lumber & Plywood BryansHARDWARE & GARDEN CENTERHighway 100 Keystone Heights, FL 473-4006 Highway 21 Melrose, FL 475-2400Worship in the House of the Lord...Somewhere this week! Last Will and Testament Power of Attorney & Living Wills Living Trusts Probate Administration Real Estate and Closings Deed Preparation Contracts Family and Juvenile Law Criminal and Traffic Matters 189 S. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights, FLFirmofVeRonicaROwens@aol.comwww.VeRonicaROwens.com VeRonica R. Owens Attorney at Law James 4:12 There is one Lawgiver, who is able to save. Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (LCMS)Sunday School 9 a.m. Worship Service at 10 a.m. 4900 NW 182nd Way Starke(Entrance to Conerly Estates on S.R. 16) (904) gslcstarke@aol.com Everyone Welcome!Childrens Church 10 a.m. Donate A Boat sponsored by boat angel outreach centers STOP CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN www.boatangel.com2-Night Free Vacation!or Car Today! 800 1 CAR L ANGE Welcome Home To 4004 SE State Road 21, Keystone Heights, FL 32656 (352) 473-3829 Son-shine Worship in our Fellowship Hall Dr. Noel White preaching on Contemporary Worship in our MMC Traditional Worship in our Sanctuary Dr. Craig Moore will be preaching on Dinner Served Roast Pork (Call 352-473-3829 for reservations) Bible Study by Dr. Tom Farmer, Jr. Series: 2. To Repent from Sin The Church with a BIG HEART where the Word of God is faithfully taught! Ministries for Children (all ages) & Youth Sunday & Wednesday! DOT: shuttle fuel tank must go through Orange Park to get to Keystone BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor KEYSTONE HEIGHTS The Florida Department of Transportation said it would approve the overland move of a Space Shuttle external fuel tank from Green Cove Springs to Keystone Heights only on a route that would take the tank through the Orange Park area. In April 2013, the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum acquired the artifact and transported it by barge from the Kennedy Space Center to the Clay County Port. The museums Executive Director and Co-founder Bob Oehl said he planned to complete the tanks journey to the museums home at the Keystone Heights Airport on an overland route from Green Cove Springs south on U.S. 17 through Palatka and then west on S.R. 100. However, in May 2014 DOT officials said they would only issue a permit for the move on a route from Green Cove Springs north on U.S. 17 to Fleming Island, west on C.R. 220 to College Drive, north on College Drive to Blanding Boulevard, south on Blanding Boulevard (S.R. 21) to Keystone Heights, and then west on S.R. 100 to the airport. Oehl said the most difficult part of both his original plan and the DOT route would be the turn off of S.R. 100 onto the airports entrance road. Oehl also said that earlier this year, Mandli Communications, a Wisconsin-based 3D, digital imaging company simulated the fuel tanks trip from Green Cove Springs to Keystone Heights using lidar, a mapping and remote sensing technology that uses lasers, optics and navigation systems. Oehl said the simulation revealed 1,068 obstacles along the route, such as power lines, traffic signals, street signs railroads and other impediments workers would have to move before the fuel tank could pass. Oehl also said that so far, he is working with seven utilities, government agencies and other organizations to get approval for the move. Community leaders launch Summer in the City for local youth KAREN LAKE Special to the Monitor In conjunction with administrators at Keystone Heights Junior and Senior High School, members of community organizations, churches and camps have been meeting during the month of May to organize activities this summer for local youth. The need for activities and adult interaction is critical, said Linda McGhghy, vice principal of the school. There has been such tragedy in our community this past year. Our professional staff consisting of social workers, psychologists and grief counselors have told us our students need to have somewhere to go and something to do this summer to prevent further tragedies, she said. Accordingly, McGhghy has arranged with Clay County School District to provide a bus and driver for the eight-week period services will be provided. However, the district does not have funds to pay for the driver. Two organizations, Trinity Baptist Church and Swan Lake Camp, will be underwriting one day per week for the eight-week timeframe. An anonymous donor is covering a third day per week leaving one day per week that is, as yet, not paid for. In addition to their generous donation towards transportation, both Trinity Baptist Church and Swan Lake Camp will be hosting youth for one day per week at their locations in Keystone and Melrose, respectively. Mondays, youth will travel to Trinity Baptist and Wednesdays to Swan Lake Camp. Tuesdays and Thursdays, youth will be using Keystone Beach as its central location for services and activities. The City of Keystone Heights is happy to dedicate Keystone Beach and the pavilion to the youth of our community, said Mayor Tony Brown. The pavilion will be open and ping pong tables and other activities will be provided. McGhghy said that volunteers needed for support at Keystone Beach have been secured. Activities and services will be provided from 10 AM to 4 PM Monday through Thursday throughout the summer. Free and reduced lunches will be served at Keystone Beach each day. Mental health providers, Right Path, Clay Behavioral and Haven Hospice will also be actively engaged in helping youth with special sessions they can sign up for. How can you and/or your group help? What is needed at this time is partial funding for the transportation cost, approximately $1,600. An incentive program is being developed to reward students for their participation so gift cards are needed from local businesses for products or services (such as a free hair cut or a reduced price of a meal) by the end of the school year. Please contact Karen Lake of Santa Fe College at 352.473.8989 for pick-up or drop off of these items. Summer is a difficult time for students who may already be feeling depressed and many are at home all day because parents work, said McGhghy. We want our youth to feel supported by caring adults during this stressful time. We are asking our community to wrap their arms around our youth this summer. Summer in the City is open to all youth. Summer in the city bus routeStop 1 Keystone Inn on SR-100 Stop 2 Turn left on Speedville Road (at Midway) Stop 3 At Harveys Grocery Store on SR-21 Stop 4 Then left on CR214 to the Gizmo on SR100 Stop 5 SR-100 to P & Js Quick Stop Stop 6 Turn left on SR100 then right onto SR-21 to CR-352 Kangaroo Stop 7 North on SR-21 then right onto CR-315 to McRae Elementary Lake Region honors its heroesParticipants in the Keystone Heights ceremony Ursula Wida, president of AMVETS Post 86 Auxiliary and Sgt. C Nicole Edwards of the Florida Air National Guard. Melrose ceremony speaker Msgt. Don Pettyjohn of the Florida Air National Guard. In April 2013, the Wings of Dreams Aviation Museum acquired a Space Shuttle external fuel tank and transported it by barge from the Kennedy Space Center to Green Cove Springs.

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4A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 North Florida Pharmacyof Keystone Heights(352) 478-2057Alyssa W. SanfordR. Ph with us, 405 S. Lawrence Blvd. Keystone Heights Congratulations Lane Jackson!We are so proud of you and can not wait to see where your future takes you!! We love you very much,Mama, Billy & Brandon Owners: Darren & Pam Summers Starke 128 S. Walnut St.904-964-5289 Lake Butler710 El Main St.386-496-3334Congratulations to the Class of 2014! 270 Fox Run Keystone Heights(352) 473-6880Quality with Affordable Pricing Serving the area for over 20 years Congratulations to the2014 2014 Haley Arzie Kayla Baker Morgan Bass Samantha Bass William Bassett Dylan Beard Miriah Beck Rachel Bellman David Bennett Dakota Black Heather Blakeslee Lane Blanton Apichaya Boonchuaylue Kenneth Booth Alexa Born Grant Bostick Brianne Bowman Earnest Boyles Dylan Brandrick Tiffany Brooks Austin Brown Micah Brown-Lewis Alexander Bryan Jacquelyn Bryant Donald BaileyNot picturedKennon Brock Elizabeth Bronson Matthew Campbell 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 5A First Assembly of God JESUS FIRSTKEEPING 8025 State Road 100Keystone Heights, FL 32656 www.keystoneheights.org352-473-3432 Home Healthcare Services352-473-0680 Serving Clay County and Surrounding Areas. 105 Commercial Drive Keystone Heights, FL 32656HHA29991306Way to Go Class of 2014! Congratulations 2014 Grads!fromThe City of Keystone HeightsMayor,Tony BrownVice Mayor,Paul YatesCouncil Member,Marion KellyCouncil Member,Brian WilsonCouncil Member,Steve HartCity Manager,Terry Suggs Brandy Dennis Logan Deuel Kyle Deveronica Erika Dingman Kody Downs William Doyle Jenna Dugger Parker Dykes Cameron Estrada Logan Evans Cecelia Buckley Zachary Burns Justin Carmichael Michael Carroll Kent Carson Garrett Clance Madison Colaw Bradley Collins Kaitlin Collison Zachary Coursey Amanda Crawford John Crittenden Logan Curtis Katlyn Dalton Laura Danis Anthony Delano 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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6A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Matthew S. SmithFrom being so little and small, To now so grown and tall. We are all so very proud of you, May God stay close in all you do!From Grandma and all the family! Youre #1 With Us! Melissa Fain Jacob Fanton Glen Farson Kami Ferriel Brittany Filing Corbin Frakes Emily Frampton Danney Fritch Sierra Gagnon Jailene Garcia Jessica Garcia Gabrielle Gee Darien Gilio Caiylen Gonzales Kayla Grantham Wyatt Graziano Juan Grimaldo Brendan Guidry Sarah Guilfoyle Cassandra Hall Ochesa Hall Randy Hall Taylor Haney Brandon Hannah Calee Harrison Julian Harrison Honey Harvey John Harvin Kelsey Hassell Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 7A Management and Employees of THE LAKE REGION MONITOR7382 SR-21 Keystone Heights, FL 32656 386-473-2210www.starkejournal.comWere Proud of You! Aaron Long Morgan Lord Sarah Leff John Loftis Breanna Knowles Rebekah Lampkin Rachel Lee Taylor Jewett Bradnon Johnson Rhiannon Johnson Jarrett Jones Nicholas Jones Joshua Knight Taylor Heinz Anika Henanger Farrah Hicks Viktoria Hill Christina Hopkins Kimberly Horten Nina Horten Holden Jackson Dayshia Jenkins Zachary Hawkins Olyvia Heinz 2014 2014 2014 Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduatesNot picturedKierra Collins Joshua Daniels Dale George

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8A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 7396 SR-21 Keystone Heights, FL Way to go Class of 2014! Life is not made by the dreams that you dream, but by the choices that you make. Call the specialist for starter and alternator repair on Any vehicle, tractor, boat, motorcycle or ATV!! MV#-11233Mikes Auto Electric & Radiator Service 330 Commercial Circle Keystone Heights, FL 32656 Congratulations Grads!2014 Full Service Land Title Company 7381 State Road 21 Suite B Keystone Heights, FL 32656 from We RENT & SELL The Equipment & Tools You Need to GET IT DONE!9080 South CR-231 Lake Butler, FL 386-496-2121 First Baptist Church of Keystone Heights550 E Walker Drive Keystone Heights, FL(352)473-7201www.fbckeystone.org Graduates, Youre on Your Way May your paths be safe and blessed under the watchful & loving eye of our Lord & Savior.Congratulations William Miller Timothy Mock Lucy Montford Caleb Moore Brenton Moring Addison Mosher Harley Mosley Miranda Moulton Chase Musselman Dakota Nelson Nathaniel Nelson Emmily Lunsford Jacob Maddox Rachel Maddox Mackenzie Marsh Logan Martin Meranda McCarty Robert McCormick James McCoy Delaina McEwen Grant McGee Christopher Meiers Geoffrey Messer Joel Michel Storm Miller 2014 Not picturedBrandon McDaniel Victoria Miracle Mica Nelson-Gauthier Jessica Newcomb Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates 2014

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 9A Congratulations to all the Class of 2014 SCOTT ROBERTS, OWNER/AGENTLORI THOMPSON, AGENTwww.georgerobertsins.comKeystone Hts352-473-7209 Middleburg904-282-7665 Starke 904-964-7826 Lake Butler 386-496-3411 864 N. Temple Ave StarkeHWY 301 NorthCongratsto theClass of 2014 www.SantaFeOverheadDoors.com COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIALAUTOMATIC OPENERS PARTS & SERVICEFREE ESTIMATES We Repair All Garage Doors & Openers 352-338-6600 Cell 386-984-6549#CBC1256116 Congratulations Class of Congratulations to the Class of 2014 A Special Salute to We wish you all the best in your future ahead!TATUM BROS LUMBER904-782-3690 ~ Lawtey Brandon Nicholas Ashley Norris Micah Pappas Kristen Parker Vanessa Parrish Emily Peoples Nicholas Petrie Zachary Poole Diana Ramos Rachel Raymond Taylor Reed Blake Richardson Ann Roberts Charles Rogers Parker Rollins Hannah Royalty Joe Ruby Jessie Russell Kaycee Sapp Austin Saunders Christina Schrader Katrina Sessions Cody Shepherd Tara Shobris Courtland Singletary Keerston Skinner Brittany SmithNot picturedWilliam Preedom-Hinshaw Christopher Priest James Richardson Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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10A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 Import & Domestic Closed Sat & Sun352-473-34044X4 Mud Trucks Motor Homes Special Interest Vehicles We are your Computer Controlled Vehicle Specialists! Computer Programming Now Available for your vehicle! Automotive Repair specialists 33 Years Experience in the Automotive Industry! Congrats to All the 2014 Grads ...especiallyDelaina!NORTH FLORIDA ELITE CHEER104 LM GAINES BLVD STARKE, FL 32091352-275-6305 459 W. Call St., Starke904-964-5152 Talisha H. Cunningham DMD, PA FAMILY DENTISTRYCongratulations Class of 2014BIG SMILES ALL AROUND! Montford Paint & Body, Inc.(904) 964-9139 Please send 52 weeks of the Monitor to my graduate:We accept MC, VISA, American Express We need your phone # too in case of questions.Call 904-964-6305 to subscribe or send a $39 check to: P.O. Drawer A Starke, FL 32091Give a Grad a Giftthat will keep giving for 52 weeks ... Name Address City/ST/Zip Phone #s Your graduate can keep up with local news from home: Keystone, Melrose and surrounding areas.Great reminder of home for those joining the military, college students, those leaving for work or travel children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, friends. Brooke Tussinger John Ashton Valenzuela Caroline Vargas Christen Vencil Steven Trimble Anna Tuller LJ Triest Raychel Trimble Nicole Straka Cory Taylor Hannah Thomas Logan Thorson Tristan Starling Felicia Stewart Morgan Smith Dylan Stack Victoria Stanger James Smith Matthew Smith 2014Not picturedNatasha Sudsbury Nadine Ward Jacob Woolever Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Lake Region Monitor 11A 7442 State Rd 21 Keystone Heights, FL 352-473-0600 www.achildsgardeninc.com Class of 2014 Pre Kindergarden GraduatesPresentsLic. #CO4CL0053 My days in Preschool are almost done Im off this summer to have some fun Then on to Kindergarten I will go (My Teacher says Im ready, you know) Ive learned my colors and my shapes I know the difference between monkeys and apes I can sing and I can paint I know to say not instead of aint I know some letters and their sounds We learned about streets in our hometown I can help and I can listen Be nice to friends, but no kissin! I am ready to learn to read and write And I know how to share and not to fight Theres so much I already know Its been lots of fun to learn and grow Im a Preschool Graduate WAY TO GO! I would like to thank: Mrs. Georgeanna Briley, Ms. Kelly Cook, Ms. Brittany Curtis, Mrs. Andrea Givens, Mrs. Kathy Hurst, Mrs. Emily Lott, Ms. Gaylene Morris, Mrs. Leticia Robertson, Mrs. Megan Slater, Mrs. Sandy Stahmann, Mrs. Lohna Wilkinson, and Especially all of our parents and families, without YOU this year would not have been possible. Caleb Alvers, Sara Braswell, Wyatt Canipe, Xana Briley, Seth Fernandez, Analiese Durrenberger, Joey Goscila, Ammie Haast, Mikaylah D-Jones, Riley Miller, Natalie Lowe, Dominick Rodgers, Katie Rendon, McKenzie Vinson, Isaiah Zoller, Cayleigh-Grace Kehoe, Colten Bagwell, Cali Lott, Audry Cisco, Brayden Schaus, Parker Collins, Connor Roling, Emily Farnsworth, Kason Paulk, Gali Garza, Michael Hammock, Isabelle Harrison, Urijah Parmeter, Payton Hoeft, Emilie Lambert, Luke Lewis, Kaylee Jo Park Skyla Smith, Timothy Davis, Hayden CriderClass of 2014 Raksmey Vorn Catherine Walker William Walker Santana Wallace Sean Walls John Waters Gabrielle Watts Elizabeth Weaver Nicholas Wells Rachel Wells Hallie Wheeler Dakota Wiley Jonathan Williams Nathaniel Williams Jalissa Willis Eric Wood Kristen Wood Shaun Young Keystone Heights High School 2014 graduates

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12A Lake Region Monitor Thursday, May 29, 2014 FREE book by doctor reveals what the drug companies don't want you to know! Your sex life and erection can now survive DIABETES OR PROSTATE CANCER? 800-777-1922 LRM Legals 5/29/14 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Florida Self storage Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.801, 83.809), Lake Area Storage, LLC, will sell the following items to the highest and best bidder on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. (EST) at 7101 SR 21, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656: Unit# 247, containing misc. house hold items. 5/22 2tchg 5/29-LRM NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Florida Self storage Facility Act Statutes (Section 83.801, 83.809), Lake Area Storage, LLC, will sell the following items to the highest and best bidder on Monday, June 9, 2014 at 9:00 A.M. (EST) at 7101 SR 21, Keystone Heights, Florida 32656: Unit# 310, containing misc. house hold items. 5/22 2tchg 5/29-LRMLEGALS We need your clothesCommunity Church of Keystone Heights is hosting our 6th Annual Back to School event on July 22. Clothes will be given away free to children in need. Donate clean, gently used clothes for children sizes 3T through adult. Teenagers come in all sizes and this collection is for all ages and sizes. Drop clothes off at Community Church marked B2S (Back to School). The deadline is July 10. Please call Barbara Sullivan (258-3113), Karen Powell (5389546), Jenn Cumbus (258-5479) or Kim Nugent (258-3602) for moreinformation or to volunteer.Explore becoming a JayceeGet to know the Keystone Heights Jaycees at a luau this Saturday, May 31, at 5 p.m. The location is 123 Turkey Oak Drive in Melrose. There will be good food, drinks, games, swimming, and talent and hula contests. This is a chance to get to know what being a Jaycee is all about. Contact Paul Huff for more details at 352-572-3892, and look for the Keystone Jaycees on Facebook.   Jaycees kick off haunted holiday plansGet into the Halloween spirit early and get involved in the Keystone Heights Jaycees annual Haunted Trail. A kickoff party for the organization of this years event will take place at the Jaycees clubhouse on Saturday, June 7, at 8 p.m. The zombie themed party will include a costume contest, games, prizes, snacks and movies. If you are interested in participating in the Haunted Trail, join the Jaycees June 7 for an evening of planning and fun. Contact Paul Huff for more details at 352-572-3892, and look for the Keystone Jaycees on Facebook.

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said. I returned to my little boy and little girl safe and sound. During a later stint at the Pentagon, Crawford had the chance to visit the Vietnam Memorial. He located Liddells name on the wall. I ran my thumb across it, Crawford said. My heart rushed with memories from the past. Regional News Regional News B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake RegionFEATURES CRIME SOCIALS OBITUARIES EDITORIAL BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Retired Army Col. Jim Crawford will never forget Robert Liddell, a man who put duty to his country ahead of early retirement. Liddell never made it to retirement, making the ultimate sacrifice when he was killed in combat during the Vietnam War. Today, I honor and remember 1st Sgt. Robert Liddell, Crawford said. I remember what an honor it was to serve with himsuch a great soldier. Crawford was the keynote speaker at the Camp Blanding Joint Training Centers Memorial Day ceremony. He referenced the book of Ecclesiastes in describing the mixture of emotions that come with remembering those who gave their lives in service to this countrythere is a time to weep for them, but also a time to remember sharing a laugh with them; a time when those who would become true heroes could be embraced, and a time when they are not around to embrace. There was a time to love them, and that time will be forever, Crawford said. There was a time for war, and they gave us a time for peace. These times, like today, we honor them by posting flags of the United States on their hallowed graves for the supreme sacrifice made for you and me. Most likely, each of you, though, has someone special in mind who you would like to honor. For Crawford, that special person is Liddell. Crawford was assigned to Fort Bragg in North Carolina, where he commanded a signal company of 172 men preparing to go to Vietnam. I began to receive young soldiers from basic training with little or no experience at all, Crawford said. An old sergeant once told Crawford, Son, there are no heroes in combat. You only react based upon how well you are trained. Crawford said that became his motto. With that in mind, he said he was in great need of a good first sergeant to step in for one who was going to retire. Crawford turned to a friend of his who had experience in VietnamLiddell. The position would be a promotion for Liddell, but he already had 17 years of service under his belt and was preparing to retire. Liddell had a family that included two young daughters. I would not have felt bad if he had turned me down, Crawford said. Liddell, though, accepted the position and helped Crawford train the men of the signal company. Crawford said Liddell was a great right-hand man to me. They deployed to Vietnam in June 1969. Liddell was killed a couple of months later. He returned to his grieving wife and daughters, Crawford Giving a salute during the playing of Taps after placing a wreath in honor of fallen military men and women are (foreground, l-r) Col. Dwayne Jarriel, Camp Blanding people who turned out to pay their respects top left) and Iva all of whom are shown bowing in prayer during the closing benediction. made his way to the Camp Blanding ceremony after

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youre in downtown Paris or in Starke, Fla., or in Waco, Texas. Former Starke Mayor Steve Futch attended the original shows opening with his wife, Cindy, in 2006. In a June 8, 2006, Telegraph-Times-Monitor story, Futch said he wished a fictitious name had been chosen for the city in question, but he added that sometimes you just have to laugh at yourself. It was still enjoyable and entertaining, Futch was quoted as saying in the June 8, 2006, Telegraph-Times-Monitor story. Im glad we saw it. Acres. In fact, Caldwell said the town should probably be changed depending upon where the production is playing. For example, her hometown of Waco, Texas, wouldve been the smalltown setting when the musical was performed in Dallas. Its not where the story takes place thats important. Its the story itself. In regard to The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical, that story centers around Darlene, the Scrooge-like character who undergoes a transformation, thanks to a visit from the spirit of her deceased fianc. Its really about watching Darlene, Caldwell said. Shes angry. She lost the love of her life. He had to come back and give her permission to move on without him. Thats as universal as you can get. I dont care if being inhabited by an ancient spirit. James said, In rehearsals, when we all got to the ending, we were like, What? The tree is possessed? Choi said the key for the actors is to portray their characters as genuinely believing every absurd thing thats happening around them. Fellow actor Susan Haldeman, who portrays Betty, agreed. You have to commit to it because the more sincere you are with all of it, the funnier it makes it, Haldeman said. Mark Chambers, who starred in the original The Great American Trailer Park Musical as Norbert, returns to play Jackie, a proprietor of a business that brings pancakes and sex appeal together. Despite that, he said he believes the sequel is less risqu, referring to the fact that the original musical featured a stripper as one of its main characters. Still, a comedy that features a song entitled, (Expletive) It, Its Christmas, is probably not for everybody. Hippodrome Managing Director Jessica Hurov referenced a June 7, 2006, Gainesville Sun story about the original musical in which someone was quoted as saying, If you have a sense of humor, you should definitely go. If you dont, if youre stuck-up or offended easily, you shouldnt. Hurov said The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical will reward those with a sense of humor. Its raucous, but heartfelt. You have to come, have a drink, sit back and let it wash over you, Hurov said. So, why should you go spend Christmas with the residents of Armadillo Acres? Stephanie Lynge, who portrays Lin, said, We do, I believe, have the biggest Christmas spirit of any neighborhood. Marissa Toogood, who portrays Pickles, quickly added, And maybe the biggest hair. Show times for the discount previews are 7 p.m. on May 28 and 8 p.m. on May 29. The May 30 performance is 8 p.m. Starke residents can purchase tickets at the student price of $15, which is a $30-$35 savings. (A drivers license is required to verify residency.) For tickets, dates, show times and other information, please visit www.thehipp.org, or call 352-375-4477. what time of year it takes place. Caldwell said it takes a look at how a person can overcome a tragic event and move on with life. The show is about ones life journey. You get two choices when you grow older: You either turn out sometimes kind of cynical and bitter and negative, or you kind of become wiser and more accepting and more open, Caldwell said. I think we get to watch that happen with (Darlene). Sounds like serious stuff and there are touching moments in the productionbut youre probably not going to end up crying, unless its from laughing too hard. The writing is so crazy, and there are so many ridiculous things that are happening, said Grace Choi, who portrays Darlene. Alec James, who plays the character Rufus, said in a script full of crazy ideas, its hard to say that one is any crazier than the other, though there is that matter of the Christmas tree 2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, M ay 29, 2014 Florida Twin TheatreAll Seats $6.00 Before 6 p.m. 964-5451* CLOSED MON & TUES SCREEN 1 SCREEN 2 STARTS FRIDAY Visit us on-line at www.FloridaTwinTheatre.comFri: 8:00 Sat: 5:05, 8:00 Sun: 5:30 Wed. Thurs: 7:15EXPENDABLESNOW SHOWING Fri: 7:00, 9:00 Sat: 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sun: 5:00, 7:00 Wed. Thurs: 7:30 PGHugh Jackman in Angelina JolieX-MENDays of Future Past PG-13 Noegels Auto Sales888-964-64611018 N. 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Characters Betty, Lin (thats short for Linoleum) and Pickles return for what the Gainesville theater describes as a cat-fightin, sunworshippin, chair-throwin, good-ole festive Hipp summer musical good time. Director Lauren Caldwell said when it was learned there was a sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical, which was the best-attended show in Hippodrome history during both of its runs, there was no hesitation in wanting to present it for a summer run. But Christmas in summer? Yes, the show may have allusions to A Christmas Carol with the transformation of character Darlene, brought about with the help of spirits and a dose of electricitybut there is more to the show than Trailer Park Musical sequel: Christmas hilarity in summer BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Is it a sense of pride when your hometown is the setting for a comedic stage production that takes place in a trailer park? If youre from Starke, thats the case with the Hippodrome Theatres The Great American Trailer Park Christmas Musical, which runs from May 30 through June 22. Its the sequel to The Great American Trailer Park Musical. As is the case with the original, the setting is Starke at the fictional Armadillo Acres mobile-home community. Director Lauren Caldwell said there was a cautious curiosity when it came to observing how Starke residents would react to the original musical, but in the end, they seemed to enjoy it. The Great American Trailer Park Musical proved to be the best-attended show in the history of the Hippodrome during its two runs. The majority of the audiences were people from Starke, Caldwell said. Still, Caldwell said there is no reason for anyone who didnt see the original show to be wary of how Starke and its people are portrayed in the sequel. The good thing about it is these people arent being made fun of in anyway, Caldwell said. Actor Susan Haldeman, who portrays Betty, agreed, saying the musical is genuine and heartfelt, with actor Stephanie Lynge, who portrays Lin, adding, Its about people and family. Actor Grace Choi, who portrays Darlene, said the characters have their quirks, which are accentuated for comedic purposes, but added, It has nothing to do with it being in Starke. I feel that was just the location it happened to be. David Nehls and Betsy Kelso wrote both trailer-park musicals. It was Nehls who decided upon using Starke as the location for Armadillo Acres. Aside from the stage backdrop, which includes a few familiar Starke sights, such as the bull outside of Grannies Restaurant, neither musical contains anything that is Starke specific. Either musical would still work if a different town was chosen as the site of Armadillo KEYSTONE AIRPARK AUTHOR ON THE 1st Legals

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63 yards on 16 carries. Harvin completed 7-of-10 passes for 68 yards. Keystone head coach Chuck Dickinson said at times during the game, four freshmen were playing on his offense. He added that he anticipates those same playerswho will be sophomores next yearcarrying much of the workload for the offense. Theyve got to grow up in a hurry, he said of the ninthgraders. Tonight was a good test for them. Dickinson added that as in prior years, summer conditioning will likely determine the destiny of the team. He said his tight endsall ninth-graders particularly need to bulk up during the summer. On defense, Dickinson said his players got to the ball well, but missed too many tackles. He also said fatigue may have played a role in the second half. He attributed that to the fact that he does not focus on conditioning in the spring as much as he does in the fall. Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 3B Dr. Virgil A. BerryCHIROPRACTIC PHYSICIAN Modern methods with old-fashioned concern. Auto Accidents Work Injuries Headaches Neck and Back Pain Back & Neck Pain Clinic NEED RELIEF FROM:Call Dr. Berry Serving the Area for 21 Years 24-month CD Special $10,000 min. cu.org 1.46 % APY* 1.00 % APY* Deposits are federally insured by the NCUA, a US Government Agency, for up to $250,000. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) effective 3/13/2014 and subject to change at any time. 36-month APR is 1.45%, 540 penalty days. 24-month APR is 1.00%, 360 penalty days. Offer expires 6/30/14. 36-month CD Special Federally Insured by the NCUA. April Beck, a 2011 graduate of Keystone Heights High School, will be representing the Jacksonville University womens rowing team in the NCAA Division I Championships, which will be held in Indianapolis May 30-June 1. Beck will race in a varsity four-crew boat with coxswain. JUs womens rowing program capped a successful spring schedule with its first-ever Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship and an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships. Just a few weeks previously, head coach Jim Mitchells team maneuvered the waters of Sarasota and was crowned the Florida Intercollegiate Rowing Association champions. With four top finishes and just one runner-up, the Dolphins held a 29-point advantage over Nova Southeastern, the number-one ranked Division II national champions. Beck, who is studying aviation management, with a track in air traffic control and airport management, just completed her junior year. She had the honor of making JUs Davis College of Business deans list the last two semesters. KHHS grad Beck to BY DAN HILDEBRAN Monitor Editor Keystone Heights drove to the Pedro Menendez 1-yard line, but could not convert at the end of the first half in a 21-0 loss to the Falcons in a spring football classic on May 23. Menendez first scored midway through the second quarter on a 29-yard pass from Sebastian Valone to Jayson Sowden. The play completed a 12-play, 50yard drive. The Falcons scored next on a 5-yard run by quarterback Adam Taylor with 3:22 left in the third quarter. Seth Bradshaw completed the nights scoring with a 5-yard run midway through the final quarter. Aaron Melfi kicked extra points following all three touchdowns under modified rules for spring games that eliminated punt and kickoff returns, and prohibited defensive rushes during kicking plays. Keystones best opportunity for a score came at the end of the first half after the Indians drove 70 yards to the Menendez 10. The drive featured runs of 4, 10, 6, 4, 5, 4 and 4 yards by Anton Noble and pass completions of 12, 10, 9, 10 and 5 yards by quarterback Wyatt Harvin. Four of the completions went to Brighton Gibbs and one to Tyler Rickets. On fourth-and-1 from the Menendez 10, Harvin completed his sixth pass of the drive to Noble, but the Indian running back failed to reach the goal line as time ran out. However, a roughing-the-passer penalty gave Keystone one more chance from the Menendez 1 with no time left on the clock. On the final play of the half, the Falcon defense stopped Noble short of the goal line after he took a handoff from Harvin. Noble finished the night with BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Quarterback Caleb Cox and running back Taz Worrell combined for five touchdowns in the Union County High School football teams 42-7 win over visiting Duval Charter in a spring classic on May 23. Duval Charter was able to move the ball at times on the Union defense, driving past the Tigers 25-yard line five times. However, only one of those drives resulted in a score, with Union forcing a fumble on one and a turnover on downs twice. On the fifth trip inside the Union 25, the Panthers actually made it inside the 10-yard line before time expired. The Panthers had the games opening possession, which began with Unions Joseph Merriex making a tackle for a minimal gain. However, Duval picked up a couple of first downs, including one on a run by quarterback Chris Brown that converted a third-and-19 play. Duval picked up another first down on a personal foul penalty, which gave the Panthers possession at the Union 19. They fumbled the ball, however, with the Tigers Dairon Alexander recovering. Isaiah Johnson and Darion Robinson had big runs to get the Tigers moving on offense, with one of Robinsons runs resulting in a first-and-goal at the 8. Robinson added a 7-yard run after that to set up a 1-yard scoring run by Cox. Khris Wimpy caught a pass from Cox on the two-point conversion to put the Tigers up 8-0. Zach Lee gave the home crowd something to shout about BY CLIFF SMELLEY Staff Writer Bradford High Schools defense was victimized by big plays, while its offense struggled to put itself in scoring position in 21-8 and 14-0 losses to Dunnellon and Newberry, respectively, in a spring jamboree in Newberry on May 23. Each team played each other for two quarters. The Tornadoes had five touchdowns scored against them, with all but one covering at least 31 yards. Offensively, Bradford drove inside the opposing 25-yard line only three times and squandered a scoring opportunity at the 4-yard line in its loss to Newberry. In the jamborees first two quarters, Dunnellons Kane Parks caught three passes for 129 yardsall of them touchdowns in leading the Tigers to the 21-8 win over Bradford. Dunnellon built a 21-0 lead before Bradford scored with 2:26 to play. Parks, who also rushed for 30 yards on three carries, got the Tigers moving early when he ripped off a 16-yard run on the first play from scrimmage. Three plays later, Parks took a short pass from Dante White and turned it into a 45-yard touchdown. The PAT put Dunnellon up 7-0 just 1:08 into the game. Bradfords defense fared better the next time it was on the field, with Jarvis Desue and Dequan Blackshear breaking up pass plays that forced the Tigers to punt. Bradford drove past midfield when quarterback Jacob Luke scrambled for a 10-yard gain to the Dunnellon 45, but the Tigers dropped Desue for a 4-yard loss before sacking Luke for a 3-yard loss. Trevor Shannahan and Dawson Watson combined to make a tackle for a 2-yard loss at the start of Dunnellons next offensive series, but Tigers quarterback White, who finished 4-of-5 for 140 yards, hit Parks in stride along the sideline for a 75-yard touchdown and a 14-0 Dunnellon lead with 3:16 remaining in the first quarter. The Tornadoes would drive past midfield again on Chris Barrons 11-yard reception, but Bradfords offense couldnt over come two sacks of Luke for a total of 16 yards. Dunnellon running back Joshua Williams spun out of one tackle and ran through a couple of defenders in the open field en route to a 57-yard gain to the Tigers build 30-0 lead, defeat Duval Charter 42-7Tornadoes fall to Dunnellon, Brighton Gibbs defenders after yard pass from in the second Tonya Gibbs.

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4B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, M ay 29, 2014 SR-230 E (2 miles east of US-301)B anquet Hall Driving Range Check out our web pagewww.starkegolf.com M emberships Available E xcellent Driving RangeP ro Shop Gift CertificatesG olf Lessons by AppointmentP rofessionally Run Tournaments H ome of the Strawberry Invitational Li ke us on facebook Sundays at 8:30 amKids worship service & nursery providedwww.kingsleylakebc.com6289 Mary Dot Lane Starke904-533-2018 Brandi Barrington of Starke and Jackson Tatum of Lawtey announce their engagement. Brandi is the daughter of Halbert and Nadine Barrington. She attended Bradford High School (Class of 2010) and just graduated from the University of North Florida in April, earning a bachelors degree in Elementary Education. Jackson is the son of John and Christina Tatum. He attended Bradford High School (Class of 2008) and works at his familys business. All friends and relatives are invited to attend.Barrington, Brandi Barrington and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Moody announce the birth of a son, Eastwood Viper Moody on May 16th, 2014 in Lake City. He joins two brothers. Maternal grandparents are John and Geraldine Crawford of Starke. Maternal greatgrandparent is Kay K Baillie of St. Petersburg. Paternal grandparents are Wayne and Terrie Mobley of Hampton and Inmon Moody and MaryAnne Lewis of Lawtey.Birth: Socials Letters editor@bctelegraph.com Dear Editor: With all due respect to Malcolm Hills letter, May 22. 2014, Support NRA, Second Amendment., I nevertheless found it an odd and confusing presentation of the First, Second and Fourth amendments to our constitution.   No, Mr. Hill, the First amendment does not give us the right to say anything and everything we want without somebody in authority telling us we cant.   A side from libel and Previous letter confusing take on amendmentsDear Editor: I wish to express my gratitude and appreciation to each and every one who attended the Memorial Day service at Veterans Park and Camp Blanding on Monday. Your attendance and kind attention to our Memorial Service proves your respect for our men and women in service. To you who made contributions to the VFW Poppy fund, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, for when you display the poppy, it shows your respect for all of our fallen who paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom. And to the young lady who drew a picture of our American flag and presented it to me, thanking me for my service, thank you. I will cherish it as I do other honors bestowed upon me. Respectfully,Thanks for Memorial Dayslander laws, we are not allowed to indulge in hate speech without facing legal and/or economic consequences. Then, Mr. Hill informs us that the Fourth amendment says that we can gang up anywhere and anytime and gang up with Second Amendment and give the devil or anybody as much hell as we care to without fear of reprisal from the government.   Huh?? The Fourth amendment deals solely with a persons right to be free of arrest, or seizure of property without a warrant based on probable cause. I suspect the writer confused the Fourth with the First amendment and its guaranties of free assembly for purposes of protest. Aside from that error, the ganging up language could hardly be called constitutional, implying as it does vigilante or mob justice.   Considering these less than scholarly assertions, Mr. Hill then has the temerity to suggest that the reader is not thinking and have your head up the wrong place. Following these elegant observations, Mr. Hill, it seems apparent it gets to the meat of his letter i.e.: that the Second amendment, giving right of gun ownership (because as we know all gun owners are part of a wellregulated militia, including the disturbed individual who use their weapons to kill innocent people) is protecting us from Big Bad Government.   That kind of mindset does not square very well with his praise of the Bill of Rights of the Constitution, the latter the very foundation of the government he rails against.     Arnold Harris Lawtey Dear Editor: On Flag Day, June 14, we commemorate the adoption of the American flag. For more than 200 years, Old Glory has served as a symbol of our nations freedom and as a source of pride for our citizens. In patriotic parades and musical salutes, we support our local military units and recognize the significance of the stars and stripes. Flag Day is also a time to honor our nations veterans who have served to protect the flag and the ideals it represents. With each ceremonial fold of the flag, we recognize the principles on which our country was founded, such as liberty, unity, justice and sacrifice. On Flag Day, I stand with more than 800,000 American Legion Auxiliary members across the nation as we honor our servicemen and women and reflect on their commitment to our country. Whether you are a veteran, the American Legion Auxiliary set to and service Flag Dayloved one of a service member or a patriotic volunteer, there are many ways to honor local heroes, such as visiting veterans homes, assisting with ceremonies of recognition, or collecting personal memories and photos from veterans to create keepsake journals. As you wave the flag on June 14, remember that showing your gratitude for veterans does not have to be limited to Flag Day, Memorial Day or Veterans Day. Throughout the year, join your community and the American Legion Auxiliary to thank veterans who have served and protected our nation. Thank you to all who have served Old Glory. Happy Flag Day! American Legion Auxiliary members have dedicated themselves for nearly a century to meeting the needs of our nations veterans, military and their families both here and abroad. They volunteer millions of hours yearly, with a value of nearly $2 billion. As part of the worlds largest womens patriotic service organization, Auxiliary volunteers across the country also step up to honor veterans and military through annual scholarships and with ALA Girls State programs, teaching high school juniors to be leaders grounded in patriotism and Americanism. To learn more about the Auxiliarys mission or to volunteer, donate or join, visit www.ALAforVeterans.org. Connie Murray The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 202 N EED C ASH F AST! E mail your med-to-hi-resolution digital photo (150dpi+) & ad text to: by 5pm Monday or bring it to:B radford County Telegraph Union County Times Lake Region Monitor( 904) 964-6305 c ash/check/credit cards accepted all for only /wk c overing Bradford, Union & Clay Counties a in our weekly f ree c ommunity shopper: Target your audience quickly Senior Chief Raymond Hunt USN (Ret) VFW Post 1016 American Legion Post 56 The Starke campuses of Santa Fe College are once again hosting Jr. College for Kids and College for Kids this summer, and registration is open now. Jr. College for Kids, which is for rising first-, second-, thirdand fourth-graders, is scheduled for June 23-27. College for Kids, which is for rising fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, eighthand ninthgraders, will be held MondaysFridays, July 7-18. Visit the Santa Fe College Andrews Center for more information or to register. You may also call 904-9645382.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5B Dr. Anubha Gupta received her family medicine training from Jamaica Hospital Medical Center in New York City and her fellowship training in geriatric medicine from the VA Medical Center in Gainesville. She received her medical degree from Terna Medical College, Navi Mumbai, India. Dr. Gupta will be joining the staff of PALMS MEDICAL GROUP facilities in Starke every Tuesday. She will be seeing pediatric and adult clients for routine health maintenance and sick visits. Dr. Guptas husband is attending the University of Florida with a Fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology & Pediatrics ICU. The joy in the doctors lives is their toddler son. They are making their home in Gainesville, hopefully for a very long time! NEW DOCTOR IN TOWN The following individuals were arrested recently by local law enforcement officers in Bradford, Union or Clay (Keystone Heights area) counties: BradfordAgustin Barajas-Badillo, 43, of Seffner was arrested May 21 by Lawtey police for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $2,500 for the charge. Danielle Lea Brinson, 21, of Hawthorne was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies on an outof-county warrant from Alachua for failure to appear for an original charge of possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $552 for the charge. Jamaal Latrivas Brown, 27, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for trespassing and disorderly intoxication. According to the arrest report, police were called to Whispering Oaks apartments about a disturbance Brown was causing. He had an active trespass order against him and also smelled strongly of alcohol and was resisting officers when arrested. Christopher Lee Crawford, 26, of Starke was arrested May 25 by Bradford deputies for resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, he was intoxicated and causing a disturbance at a residence, fighting one person and breaking things belonging to another person. When a deputy went to speak with Crawford, Crawford went in a bathroom and wouldnt come out. He was arrested after being forcibly removed from the room. Hosea Perez Dean, 41, of Lawtey was arrested May 22 by Lawtey police for battery. According to the arrest report, a Lawtey officer was waved down by Dean on Fifth Street, and Dean asked the officer to follow him to the Fast Track store on U.S. 301. The officer wrote in the report that when he arrived at the store, Dean was already exiting his vehicle. Dean went inside and struck a relative in the face before the officer separated the men. Dean was arrested and transported to the Bradford County jail. Norman Paul Driggers, 30, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Starke police for burglary and for battery. According to the arrest report, Driggers went to a residence in Starke and started punching the victim, who was sleeping on the front porch, in the face. Driggers was located later by the police at Whispering Oaks apartments and arrested. Bond was set at $15,000 for the charges. Amanda Marie Erickson, 23, of Keystone Heights and Bracey Lee Worth, 42, of Keystone Heights were arrested May 21 by Starke police after a traffic stop. According to the arrest report, neither Erickson nor Worth was wearing a seatbelt, leading to the stop. The officer could smell marijuana and asked to search the vehicle. In the vehicle, driven by Erickson, he found various controlled substances, which Erickson didnt have a prescription for, and a digital scale with cannabis residue on it. On Worth he found several marijuana partial cigarettes in a pack of cigarettes. Erickson was charged with possession of drug equipment and possession of controlled substances, with her bond set at $8,000 for the charges. Worth was charged with possession of marijuana with bond set at $3,000 for the charge. Wesley Evans Fleming, 30, of Jacksonville was arrested May 24 by Starke police on an outof-county warrant from Clay for failure to appear original charge of possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $2,502 for the charge. Damian Alexander Fortner, 22, of Miami was arrested May 25 by Lawtey police for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Ronnie Lee Frazier, 51, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for disorderly intoxication. According to the arrest report, Frazier was threatening a family member after a fish fry, and when law enforcement arrived, he continued yelling at family, as well as yelling at the deputy. William Russell Gatlin, 27, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 22 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended t Crime t Recent arrests in Bradford, Clay and Unionor revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Tymachee Jordea Givens, 22, of Sanderson was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for possession of marijuana and for possession of drug equipment. According to the arrest report, Givens was a passenger in a vehicle stopped for speeding when the deputy discovered the driver didnt have a license. After asking all the passengers to exit the vehicle, the deputy found a marijuana cigarette and a grinder where Givens was seated. Givens was arrested, and bond was set at $4,000 for the charges. The driver of the vehicle, Corey McCray, 22, of Sanderson, was arrested for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $2,500 for his charge. Christopher Kyledaniel Griffis, 30, of Starke was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked and for a probation violation. Miriam Nicole Hawkins, 26, of Macclenny was arrested May 26 by the Florida Highway Patrol on an out-of-county warrant. William Randall Helton, 46, of Waldo was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for child neglect, for possession of drugs with intent to sell and for selling drugs-methamphetamine. Bond was set at $300,000 for the charges. Raymond Charles Hill, 55, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for aggravated battery. Bond was set at $25,000 for the charge. David Allen Holt, 26, of Archer was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Colin Savalas Keaton, 33, of Jacksonville was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Thomas Bryon Kelley, 43, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $5,000 for the charge. Christopher Matthew Kienlen, 35, of Fort White was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for aggravated assault with a weapon. According to the arrest report, he threatened Frank Pendarvis with a baseball bat as Pendarvis was dropping Kienlens girlfriend off at a residence. When the girlfriend exited the vehicle, she was struck by Pendarvis vehicle as he spun out trying to leave. Pendarvis fled the scene, and law enforcement was called, leading to Kienlens arrest. Pendarvis, 57, of Callahan, was located later and arrested for hit and run. Bond was set at $10,000 for Kienlens charge, while no bond was set for Pendarvis. Ashley Danielle Lee, 27, of Lawtey was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charge. Rickey Lloyd Martin, 33, of Starke was arrested May 20 by Lawtey police for two charges for possession of drugscontrolled substance without a prescription and for possession of drug equipment. According to the arrest report, Martin was in a vehicle stopped by the police when the driver was spotted not wearing a seatbelt. The officer smelled alcohol coming from the car and asked permission to search it. He found the drugs and a straw on the floorboard where Martin was seated. He was arrested, with bond set at $22,000 for the charges. Shawn Aymara Martin, 42, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Starke police for resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, police were called to a residence where Martin was causing a disturbance and would not leave after being asked to. She smelled of alcohol, according to the officer, and refused to leave when the officer told her to. She was arrested, with bond set at $2,000 for the charge. Julian R. Martinez, 20, of Starke was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Christopher Bradley McClellan, 30, of Starke was arrested May 22 by Starke police as an out-of-state fugitive. The warrant from Las Vegas police is for forgery, with a bond set at $70,000 for the charge. He will be extradited to Las Vegas. Arthur Nicholaus McNelley, 36, of Lawtey was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. Bond was set at $12,000 for the charge. Tracy Lynn Meadows, 33, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies on an out-ofcounty warrant from Baker for failure to appear on an original charge of shoplifting. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charges. Blair Dean Moyers, 53, of Starke was arrested May 22 by Bradford deputies for failure to appear. Allison Marie Oneal, 19, of Jacksonville, was arrested May 24 by Starke police for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Leigh Phillip Pinckney, 20, of Lawtey was arrested May 24 by Bradford deputies for disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. According to the arrest report, deputies were called to a residence after a report of someone walking in the area knocking on doors. Pinckney was encountered by a deputy in a vehicle, which she exited and then started walking down the roadway. She couldnt identify herself to the deputy and wouldnt get out the roadway after almost getting hit by a vehicle. Brittany Lynn Prince, 23, of Jacksonville was arrested May 26 by Starke police for driving without a valid drivers license. Terry Lee Puckett, 41, of Starke was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for driving under the influence. Sherri Foreman Roberts, 50, of Starke was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for battery. Bond was set at $1,500 for the charge. Sheila Roman, 23, of Cape Coral was arrested May 26 by Bradford deputies for driving without a valid drivers license. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Kendra Jokevia Smith, 26, of Starke was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies for driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond was set at $500 for the charge. Clara Denne Tedder, 48, of Jacksonville was arrested May 21 by Bradford deputies for probation violation. No bond was allowed for the charge. Richard Steven Tyler, 35, was arrested May 23 by Bradford deputies on a warrant for burglary of an occupied dwelling, two charges of larceny and possession of drugs-controlled substance without a prescription. Tyler was in the Clay County jail and was transported to Bradford for the arrests. Bond was set at $62,000 for the charges. Randall Edward Vantassel, 50, of Melrose was arrested May 23 by Starke police for larceny. According to the arrest report, Vantassel was at Walmart in Starke and loaded up a cart with over $390 in merchandise before attempting to leave the store without paying. A Walmart employee detained him until police arrived. Bond was set at $3,000 for the charge. Matthew Leon Wilkerson, 29, of Raiford was arrested May 20 by Bradford deputies for two probation violation charges. Bond was set at $20,000 for the charges.Keystone/MelroseFrances Powell Johnson, 60, of Melrose was arrested May 25 by Putnam deputies for DUI, Larry Knowels, 37, of Keystone Heights was arrested May 22 by Clay deputies for aggravated assault with intent to commit a felony and domestic battery by strangulation. According to an arrest report, after arguing with the victim, Knowels pointed a rifle at the victim and choked her to the point of losing consciousness. A witness in the residence corroborated the victims claims, and a deputy wrote that he observed marks on the victim that were consistent with her statements. The deputy wrote that Knowels and the victim said they only have altercations when they consume alcoholic beverages and that they both believe they need to stop drinking. Jesus Montoya, 20, of Starke was arrested May 26 by Clay deputies for driving without a valid license. Jeremy Allen Zoch, 32, of Melrose was arrested May 24 by Putnam deputies for aggravated battery, resisting a law enforcement officer, battery and robbery.Union Terri Lynn Ortega, 28, of Lake Butler was arrested May 20 by Union deputies on an out-ofcounty warrant from Alachua. No bond was allowed for the charge. Sylvester Warren, 37, of Lake Butler was arrested May 20 by Union deputies for possession of drugs and for possession of narcotic equipment. According to the arrest report, Warren was walking across Sprinkle Field in Lake Butler when he saw a deputy sitting in his patrol car. The deputy reported Warren started acting suspicious, walking in the other direction, then turning around and walking at a very fast pace, keeping his eye on the deputy. The deputy exited the vehicle and asked Warren what he was doing. Warren started walking toward the deputy, but dropped something from his hand before he got near the officer. The deputy found the object, which was a metal pipe with a piece of crack cocaine in it. Warren was arrested and transported to jail. Jane Diane Green, 51, of Lake Butler was arrested May 23 by Union deputies for trespassing-occupied structure or conveyance. Enoch Jonas Jr., 47, of Lake City was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for disorderly intoxication. Jonas called deputies about a disturbance at his girlfriends home, and when they arrived, he was outside yelling and cursing at his girlfriend and waking up neighbors. Jonas was ordered numerous times by the deputy to calm down, but he wouldnt and yelled that he already had his bags packed and was ready to go to jail. Brian Austin Dermid, 18, of Lake Butler was arrested May 23 by Union deputies for criminal mischief-property damage and for disturbing the peace. According to the arrest report, Dermid attached a chain to a fence at Union County High School and to a truck parked there for the football game that night. The owner of the vehicle didnt notice the chain, and when he backed up the truck, it pulled down a section of the fence. A deputy had seen Dermid around the truck earlier, and when confronted during the game, Dermid started yelling and cursing in the stands and continued to do so in the roadway at the deputy before being arrested. Jerry Ryan Jones, 40, of Lake Butler was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for domestic violence battery. According to the arrest report, Jones got into a fight with a juvenile relative and punched him in the chest and face. Lavar Demerion Mills, 35, of Lake Butler was arrested May 24 by Union deputies for attempted homicide, kidnap-false imprisonment, weapon offenseconvicted felon and burglary. According to the arrest report, Mills shot his wife and stepdaughter after holding one in a room against her will during an argument. The other burst in the door, and he then shot bothone numerous times in the torso and thigh. Both survived and have been released from the hospital, according to UCSO. Mills fled, but dropped the handgun outside the residence, where the shooting happened. After receiving a tip, Mills was found several hours later hiding in a shed that he broke into in Lake Butler.

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with a thin belly held in the accompanying photograph by Caleb Manning is obviously a post-spawn bass. The same bass caught a few weeks ago would have weighed considerably larger. From now through next spring, the bass weights will be smaller.   This will be not only because the fish will not be full of the large roe, but also because they will be much more reclusive in deeper water with thicker cover. Through last weekend, our local weather fostered a little chill that some fishermen blamed for a less-than-great May full moon for shellcrackers. Apparently, bluegills made a heavier showing. On the last full moon, Jim Thornton of Lake City fished Sampson Lake for bedding breakup. The Tornadoes, though, missed a golden scoring opportunity when Luke hooked up with Barron for a 75-yard pass to the Newberry 4-yard line. Desue gained a yard on a first-down play from there before being dropped for a 5-yard loss on second down. Luke was sacked for a 4-yard loss before tossing an incompletion to Jeffers in the end zone on a fourth-down play. Bradford put itself in good field position again on a 23-yard reception by Cody Tillman to the Newberry 25. Desue gained another 2 yards before Luke was sacked twice, forcing the Tornadoes into a fourth-and-20 play, which was unsuccessful. Dejwon Howard moved the Panthers past midfield on the ensuing series with a 12-yard run to the Bradford 40. Franklin broke free on a scoring run from there, with Files PAT putting Newberry up 7-0 with 6:49 to play. Bradford went three-andout on its next opportunity. The Panthers the put together a four-play scoring drive that was capped by Franklins 31-yard touchdown run. Jeffers stepped in at quarterback on the Tornadoes last series and picked up a first down with a 10-yard scramble. Bradford would lose 6 yards on a fumble, however, and eventually punt on fourth-and-16. Luke completed 4-of-8 passes for 107 yards, but the Tornadoes finished with 104 total yards. They were held to minus-3 yards rushing when factoring in three sacks for a loss of 26 yards. Barron finished with the one reception for 75 yards. Bradford 8. That set up Kobie Jones 5-yard touchdown pass to Parks. Bradfords offense did generate some big plays on the following series, with Desue and Don Jeffers catching passes for gains of 17 and 9 yards, respectively. A 5-yard reception by Barron gave Bradford a thirdand-2 at the Dunnellon 26, but Luke was sacked for a loss of 12 yards. On fourth down, Luke was almost sacked again, but was able to dump the ball off to Desue for a 15-yard gain to the 23 and a first down. Desue followed the fourthdown play with an 11-yard run before Luke scrambled for a 10-yard gain. That set up Lukes 1-yard touchdown plunge with 2:26 to play. Bradford added two points on a pass from Luke to Jeffers to cap the scoring at 21-8. Luke finished with 8-of-11 completions for 79 yards, with Barron catching four passes for 35 yards and Desue catching two for 32 yards. Desue had 53 all-purpose yards. Host Newberry played Dunnellon in the next two quarters of play, with Alex Files kicking a 49-yard field goal on the last play for a 9-6 win. The Panthers then played Bradford, with Jason Franklin rushing for two touchdowns that totaled 71 yards to lead Newberry to a 14-0 win. It was a much better start for the Bradford defense, which held Newberry to 34 yards on its first three series. Winslow Roddey had a tackle for a loss of 5 yards, while Shannahan had a 4-yard sack. 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Are you looking for an AFFORDABLE Medicare Supplement solution?WE HAVE IT!SENIORS COMPARE (Monthly Premium)$216 (Monthly Premium)$55 1-800-942-2003CALL TODAY! when he intercepted a pass on the Panthers next offensive series, but Union would give the ball right back on a fumble. The Union offense fared better the next time it had the ball, running three plays and scoring on a touchdown toss from Cox to Cody Miller to cap a 40-yard drive. Robinsons run on the twopoint conversion made it a 16-0 game. Duvals offense ran two plays before fumbling the ball back to the Tigers. Union responded with a four-play, 18-yard scoring drive. An Alexander run put the Tigers inside the 10, with Robinson eventually scoring on a pass from Cox. Isaiah Johnsons run on the conversion put the Tigers up 24-0 with 9:10 to play in the first half. Clay Hall provided a big spark for the Union defense when he came up with a sack for an 11yard loss on the Panthers first play from scrimmage on the ensuing series. Another sack would later force the Panthers to punt. Johnson tacked another score on the board with a touchdown run that made it 30-0 in favor of the Tigers. Duval moved downfield and threatened to score before halftime. Pass interference penalties helped the Panthers pick up two first downs, while Brown threw a pair of passes that resulted in first downs as well. With Duval inside the Tigers 25-yard line, Lee broke up a pass, while Merriex and Andy Holderfield combined to tackle a runner for a 3-yard gain. Two consecutive penalties backed the Panthers up 10 yards. Brown threw an incompletion on thirdand-17 before he was sacked on fourth down by Joshua Hedman. The second half got off to a pictured during practice, had an interception win over Duval Continued from 3B good start for the visitors when Dennis Jackson intercepted a Union pass. The Tigers Jacquez Warren made a tackle for a 3-yard loss on the first play following the change of possession, but the arm of Brown resulted in two first downs before he tossed a touchdown to Aaron Tellado to make it a 30-7 game following the PAT. After the Union offense went three-and-out, the Panthers were on the march again, driving inside the Union 10. After a Duval penalty, Unions Alexander would break up a pass and make a tackle on Brown for a 3-yard gain to force Duval into a fourth-and-12 play. Browns incomplete pass resulted in a turnover on downs. Union was deep in its own territory, but not for long when Worrell promptly broke free for a run of more than 20 yards on first down. It was just one of three long-distance runs for Worrell, with the third resulting in a touchdown and a 36-7 on the first play of the fourth quarter. The Tigers capped the scoring with a 64-yard drive on their next possession. Again, it was Worrell providing several 20-plus-yard runs en route to his second touchdown of the night.Continued from 3B touchdown against Dunnellon. Fins, Fur & Tails The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is currently considering changes to the regulations that apply to the harvesting of largemouth bass.   Presently, the bag limit for largemouth bass caught south and east of the Suwannee River is five fish over 14 inches.   In an effort to increase the population of larger bass, the commission is proposing a change that would continue to allow five keeper bass, but only one would be allowed to be over 16 inches. One obvious conflict is that the regulation would run counter to the objective of all bass tournaments, which is to weigh as many large fish as possible. The solution will be FWC considers change in bass harvests to obtain an exemption for each tournament.   This is not currently required if the tournament uses the same size limits specified by commission. When questioned, a FWC representative in Lake City indicated that every tournament, including the small, open tournaments, would require exemptions.   The representative was, however, reassuring in that multiple exemptions could be obtained in one online setting. Joey Tyson, who organizes the Bald Eagle tournaments, suggested the process would not be a significant obstruction.   T yson indicated that the most significant adjustment to the changes would be the feeling by non-tournament fishermen that they are limited on the harvest amount.Outdoors outlookThe 7-plus-pound bass the big bass of the Tournament.

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Today, I remember him and all the others whose names are on that wall and on black, granite walls around our country, Crawford said. Prior to his speaking engagement at the Camp Blanding ceremony, Crawford was interviewed by a Jacksonville TV station and asked why a Memorial Day ceremony should be held at Camp Blanding. Crawford said the short TV interview didnt give him a chance to fully answer that question, but he shared with the Memorial Day ceremony crowd just why Camp Blanding is so special. Camp Blanding has been a large part of his life, Crawford said. It was a place where the Lake Butler native enjoyed picnics and boating while growing up, but it also served as the place where Crawford went through basic training when he enlisted in the Florida Army National Guard on Dec. 13, 1956. During World War II, this place was also a very special place for many soldiers, Crawford said. It was one of the largest training bases in America and in the South. Camp Blanding was the training site for nine Army divisions and 16 special-weapons units. After they deployed, it turned into an infantry replacement training center. I read in the history it was a big training center. They had 44 battalionsI cant quite comprehend thatat Camp Blanding. By the end of the war, Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 7B Funeral with Burial20 Ga. 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FL (US 301 North)Family Law & Will Preparation30 years experience Margaret will continue to serve clients in Alachua County as well as Bradford & Union counties d Obituaries d Vernon ConnerWINTER SPRINGSVernon J. Conner, 68, of Winter Springs, Fla., passed away on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. He was the son of Frank and Myrtice Conner. Vernon was a graduate of Bradford High School class of 1963. He was employed at Florida Motion Control.   He is survived by: his wife, Frances Harrington Conner; children, Steven (Kate) and Jennifer; grandchildren, Augie and Deac; siblings, Norma (Bill) Oliver, Betty Horn, and Julian (Alma) Conner. The family will be receiving guests at the Conner home Friday, 4-8 pm. Church Service will be Saturday 10:00 a.m. at Waterstone Fellowship in Oviedo, Fl. with burial in Conner Green Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Waterstone Fellowship Building Fund, 1925 W CR 419, Oviedo, FL 32765. Condolences may be expressed at www.callahanfh.com. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Ellis and Charlotte McAninch, Callahan Funeral Home, Inc., 617365 Brandies Ave., Callahan, Fl. 32011, 904-879-2336. PAID OBITUARY   Joseph DanielsSTARKE Joseph Franklin Daniels, 85, of Starke passed away Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at Haven Hospice, Orange Park. He was born Feb. 5, 1929 in Galivants Ferry, S.C. to Joseph Preston Daniels and Sarah Jane (Baxley) Daniels. Joe left at the age of 17 to enlist in the US Army. After serving in the Army, Marine Corps, and Air Force for a total of 26 years he retired and moved to Starke with his (now deceased) wife, Keiko (Kay) Fujimoto and their daughter, Sarah, and worked at the Union Correctional Institution near Starke. Joe is survived by: his wife, Betty; daughter, Sarah; nephews, Mike Richardson and Ken Bryant; nieces Ann Bryant and Elsie (Lucy) Bryant Stone; and various great-nieces and great nephews. A casual memorial service will be held Thurs. May 29, at 6 pm at the American Legion Post 56 in Starke. All friends are also invited to meet at Jacksonville National Cemetery at 11:00 a.m. Friday, May 30th for the military entombment. Entombment will be Fri., May 30, at 11:30 a.m. at Jacksonville National Cemetery.PAID OBITUARYLevan Easley, Sr.STARKELevan Easley, Sr., 74, of Starke died Wednesday, May 21, 2014 at ET York Haven Hospice of Gainesville. A lifelong resident of Starke, he attended New Bethel Baptist Church at an early age and was affiliated with the United States Army. He attended the local schools of Bradford County and New York City. He is survived by: his wife Charolette Easley; daughters, Janett Heidelberg, Yolanda, Aiysha and Kim Richardson; sons, Levan Easley Jr., Brian Easley, Edward Miller and James; sisters, Katherine Solomon, Juliette Long, Amandalene Chandler and Legree Hankerson all of Starke; and 25 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 31, in the New Bethel Baptist Church in Starke with Rev. Edward Brown conducting the services. Interment will be held in Oddfellow Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Haile Funeral Home Inc of Starke. Family Hour will be held May 30, Friday at Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel from 3:004:00 p.m. Friends 4:00-7:00 p.m. the Cortege will form at the home of Mrs. Amadelene Chandler 4493 Southeast 143 Terrace (Lincoln City) at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.RAIFORD Kelly Wright Griffis, 55, of Raiford passed away Monday, May 26, 2014 at her residence after a sudden illness. She was born in Springfield, Ohio on May 17, 1960, she lived in Green Cove Springs 20 years before moving to Raiford four years ago. She was employed with the Clay County School Board where she was Clerk of payroll. She was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford. She was preceded in death by her mother, Grace Wright. She is survived by: her husband of 34 years, Gerald Michael Griffis II of Raiford; two sons, Gerald Michael (Whitney) Griffis III of Raiford and John Matthew (Laura) Griffis of Orange Park; one granddaughter, Sawyer Griffis; and her father, John Wright of Green Cove Springs. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, May 31, at 11:00 am at the Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford with Doctor Rev. Harold Hudson officiating. Family will receive friends at the church Saturday morning at 10:00 am an hour prior to the memorial service. Burial will be held at a later date. Archer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 386-496-2008PAID OBITUARYLAWTEYAndrew H. Joe Harley, age 73, a lifetime resident of Lawtey died at North Florida Regional Medical Center, Gainesville of cancer on Tuesday, May 27, 2014. He was born on April 6, 1941 in Lawtey to the late Hubbard and Gracie Harley. Joe was preceded in death by his sister, Connie Padgett and brother Randy Harley. Joe graduated from Bradford County High School in 1959. He enjoyed cattle farming, fishing, reading Western books, watching Western movies and spending time with his family. Joe is survived by: his loving daughters, Teresa (Mike) Vanzant and Lisa (Clay Troyer) Harley all of Lawtey; his grandsons, Ronnie Vanzant of Fleming Island and Harley Troyer of Lawtey; his sisters, Jackie (A.Q.) Smith, Mary (Dick) Chesser and Abbie (Wayne) Massey; and his many loving and caring nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be held on Friday, May 30, at 11:00 am in the chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral Services with Pastor John Sawyer officiating. Interment will follow at Lawtey Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Thursday, May 29, from 6:00 PM until 8:00 pm at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to The American Cancer Society 2119 SW 16th Street, Gainesville, FL 32608 in honor of Mr. Harley. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Services, Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www. archietannerfuneralservices.com to sign the familys guest book.PAID OBITUARY   Robert HungerfordSTARKE Robert Cortlandt Hungerford, 69, of Starke died on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at St. Vincents Hospital Jacksonville. He was born Jan. 24, 1945 in Leesburg to Ralph M. and Vera Louise Hungerford. His early years were spent with his mother, after age 12 his father passed away. At around age 17 he moved to Daytona with his mother where he helped her manage their motel business on the beach. He married at age 19 and with his first wife had five children whom he loved dearly. He graduated at the top of his class from The Spartan School of Aeronautics in Oklahoma City and worked as a Quality Assurance Engineer on multiple nuclear power locations as well as Coal Fire Plant in Jacksonville. While working at Coal Fire location he met and married his wife and soul mate, Claudia, with whom they shared 27 years together at his passing and he will be missed as her husband and best friend. Robert was a loving husband who believed in the Lord and loved his children at any cost. He will be missed until we all meet again when the Lord also welcomes us home. He is survived by: wife Claudia; his children, Robert (Tracie) Hungerford, Jr., Dorothy Slama, Christine (Layne) Hatch, Jeanne Hungerford, Ralph Hungerford, and his step-son, Damon (Marina) Shuler. He also leaves 11 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held May 27, in the chapel of the funeral home with Bishop Dan Carver officiating. Interment followed at Santa Fe Cemetery. Arrangements are under the care and direction of Archie Tanner Funeral Services, Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www. archietannerfuneralservices.com to sign the familys guest book.PAID OBITUARYRonald ORANGE CITYRonald B. Jewett, Sr., 78, of Orange City, died on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at a local care center. He was born to the late Merle Jewett and Thelma Clement Jewett in Franklinville, N.Y. He served in the US Air Force, retiring after 20 years of service. He retired as an assistant superintendent with the State of Florida Department of Corrections after 24 years. He is survived by: his wife of over 53 years, Jacqueline; son Ronald B. (Sherie) Jewett, Jr.; daughter, Renee B. (Gene) Slone; brother, Paul (Kay) Jewett; sister, Marcia Case; and four grandchildren. The family will celebrate his life on Saturday, May 31, at 10:00 am at The Journey at First Baptist Church of Orange City, 975 East Graves Avenue. Lankford Funeral Home of Deland is in charge of arrangements. I am writing this letter to give thanks to everyone who helped us with the devastating loss of our son Shane Savoy on April 11, 2014. We would like to thank the community of Keystone Heights for all of their thoughts and prayers, also for those who made donations to help us. We would like to thank everyone for food that was made for us. Special thanks to Pastor Jim Snells and Lake Hill Baptist Church for everything, the medical staff on site and at UF SHANDS Gainesville for doing everything they could to try and save his life. If I can, I would like to personally meet and thank the staff that was on the site. A huge thank you to our family. We have never seen this much love and support from a community before and we are very happy to be part of it. (               Thank You ( The Savoy Family (            Keystone Heights Card of Thanks they had trained an estimated well over 300,000 soldiers that would deploy. Camp Blanding has been important in todays times as well, with eight deployments to Afghanistan beginning there. Its still a hallowed and honored place, Crawford said. Following his speech, Crawford and Col. Dwayne Jarriel, Camp Blandings post commander, placed a wreath in honor of those who died in service. The wreath was placed before a downrange bootsrifle-helmet monument. Lt. Col. Gray Johnson, Camp Blandings operations manager, described the monument to the crowd, saying, Those are authentic World War II and Korean boots. The weapon is an M-14 from Vietnam. The headgear is a Kevlar helmet, which we started using in Desert Storm. In closing, Johnson said, Memorial Day is a very special day. I know I am preaching to the choir because youre here. Its not just the start of summer. Its not just the start of the barbecue season. Its a day we set aside to honor those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. So from the bottom of our hearts, we appreciate you being here. God be with you. God bless the USA. during the invocation.Continued from 1B

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the senior class ultimately the sophomore class the frehsmen prior to playing the seniors.) (foreground) carries the ball for the sophomore class. Kayla Jones (far left) 8B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Commercial Bradford Union Clay 40Notices 41Auctions 42M otor Vehicles & Accessories43RVs & Campers 44Boats &ATVs 45Land for Sale 46Real Estate Out of Area 47Commercial Property (Rent, Lease, Sale) 48Homes for Sale 49Mobile Homes for Sale 50For Rent 61Scriptures 62Vacation/Travel 63Love Lines 64Business Opportunities65Help Wanted 66In vestme nt O ppo rtunities67Hunting Land for Rent 68Carpet Cleaning 69Food Supplements 70Money to Lend 71Farm Equipment 72Computers & Accessories51Lost/Found 52Animals & Pets53AYard Sales53BKeystone Yard Sales53CLake Butler Y ard Sales54Produce 55Wanted 56Antiques 57For Sale 58Child/Adult Home Care59Personal Services 60Home ImprovementWord Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon964-6305 473-2210 496-2261 C lassified Advertising should be paid in advance unless credit has already been established with the newspaper. A $3.00 service charge will be added to all billing to cover postage and handling. All ads placed by phone are read back to the advertiser at the time of placement. However, the classified staff cannot be held responsible for mistakes in classified advertising taken by phone. The newspaper reserves the right to correctly classify and edit all copy or to reject or cancel any advertisements at any time. Only standard abbrevations will be accepted. TO PLACE A CLASSIFIED USE YOUR PHONE FOR SALEOlder 2BR/1BA singe wide on 2.10 acres, w/ heat & A/C in need of some repairs. Can be lived in with minimal repairs. Has well, septic, and elect. Several storage bldgs, & livestock pen w/water.Call 386-496-1215 for more information$28,500NO OWNER FINANCE NO RENT TO OWN A childless loving married couple seeks to adopt. Will be hand on mom/dad. Financial security. Expenses paid. Dawn & Domenick 1(855)9854592. Adam Sklar #0150789 Lake Eufaula,217 Cypress Cove Drive, Eufaula, Al, 5 Bedroom-4Bath, Executive, Great views. June 10, 1:00pm. Details, pictures GTAuctions.com 205.326.0833 Granger, Thagard & Assoc,Inc. Jack F Granger, #873 MEDICAL BILLING ACCOUNTING ASST CUSTOMER SERVICE NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED. HS/GED NEEDED TO APPLY Sullivan and Cogliano Training Centers. 1800-451-0709 earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to Qualified drivers. Home most weekends. Call: 843-266-3731 / www.bulldoghiway.co m EOE Solo, Recent Grad & Student Drivers needed for dedicated run in your area! Ask about our sign-on bonus and guaranteed hometime! Call 866-414-3402 on 2.51ac. w/ 2bdr, loft, large deck, covered porch, fpl, minutes from the lake $139,900. Call 828286-1666 W/D Hook-ups Pool Business Center Fitness Room Kids CornerPETS WELCOME !Call 904-368-0007Spacious 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Apartments AVAILABLE NOW!STARTING AS LOW AS $550/moCall today to hear about our current special to help get you moved in! DURRANCE PUMP QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964 Pumps Sales Parts Service STATE LICENSE #1305 Southern Villas of StarkeAsk about our 1&2 BR Apartments HC & non-HC Units. Central AC/ Heat, on-site laundry, playground, private, quiet atmosphere. 1001 Southern Villas Dr. Starke, FL Equal Housing Opportunity 801 South Water Street Starke, FL 32091 TDD/TTY 711 1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC & Non-HCaccessible apartments.This institution is an equal opportunity provider, and employer. Equal Housing Opportunity (904) 964-6305 (352) 473-2210 (386) 496-2261 Classified Ads Where one call does it all! Move over, boys... (foreground) returns an interception for a pass for the senior class. Campbell to score a touchdown for the seniors. sprints ahead of down with an interception for the sophomore class.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 9B Keystone Yard (904) 964-6305 (352) 473-2210 (386) 496-2261 Classified Ads Where one call does it all! HANDGUNS: Springfield Range Officer .45, Sig Sauer .380, Walther P38, S&W .45, (3) Bersa .380, (2) Diamondback .380, Luger 9mm, Glocks, Colts, 35 OTHERS RIFLES: Thompson 1927 A1 in Violin Case w/2 drum mags & 4 sticks, H&R Arms M-1 Garand-Chromed, Sharps 45/70 Commemorative #67 of 100, Winchester 1894/Colt 45 w/ matching serial numbers in presentation box, (3) Springfield M1s, Winchester 1866, Weatherby 270, (6) Winchester Model 94s, Browning Model 87, Colt AR-15, 65 OTHERS SHOTGUNS: Purdy &Sons 12 Ga Dbl Bar, Benelli Super 90 Semi-Auto, Remington 1100 12, Benelli 20 ga, Remington 870 12 ga Left handed, (2) Winchester mdl 1300 12 ga rifled barrel, Ruger Red Label 12 Ga, (2) Winchester Stainless Police 12 Ga, (5) Kel-Tec KSG, 50 OTHERS TERMS: Cash, check, Visa/MC. 12% Buyer Premium. All normal gun sales rules apply. INSPECTION: 8:00 AM 9:30 AM on day of auction DIRECTIONS: Bradford County Fairgrounds, 1 mile north of downtown Starke on US301 STARKE HOMES/PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS1530 Madison St Starke(904) 964-6312 TDD 711Accepting Applications 1-2-3 Bedroom Apartments! EQUAL HOUSINGOPPORTUNITY AFFORDABLE LIVINGStarting at $431 /monthLaundry Facilities 24-hr Emergency MaintenanceThis institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. The Bradford County Value Adjustment Board ( VAB ) Is Seeking A Qualified Member Of The Florida Bar To Serve As Its Legal Counsel For The 2014 Tax Cycle. Applicants Must Submit A Letter Of Interest And Resume Demonstrating Satisfaction Of The Following Criteria: 1.APPLICANT MUST BE AN ATTORNEY, LICENSED TO PRACTICE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND MAY NOT BE AN ELECTED OR APPOINTED OFFICIAL OR AN EMPLOYEE OF BRADFORD COUNTY, A TAXING JURISDICTION IN BRADFORD COUNTY OR THE STATE OF FLORIDA, OR REPRESENT ANY PROPERTY OWNER IN ANY ADMINISTRATIVE OR JUDICIAL REVIEW OF PROPERTY TAXES. 2.APPLICANT MUST HAVE PRACTICED FOR FIVE YEARS OR MORE; MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 194.015, FLORIDA STATUTES, AND FILL THE ROLE PRESCRIBED BY RULE 12D-9.009, FLORIDA ADMINISTRATIVE CODE. 3. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL SHALL ADVISE THE VAB ON ALL ASPECTS OF THE VAB REVIEW PROCESS AND ENSURE THAT ALL ACTIONS TAKEN BY THE VAB AND ITS STAFF MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LAW. 4. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL IS EXPECTED TO ATTEND ALL MEETINGS AND HEARINGS OF THE VAB AS WELL AS TO PROVIDE OTHER ASSISTANCE AS NEEDED BY THE VAB 5. VAB LEGAL COUNSEL WILL BE AN INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR; WILL BE COMPENSATED BY THE HOUR; AND THE RATE OF SUCH COMPENSATION WILL BE NEGOTIATED FOLLOWING SELECTION. 6.WHILE PREFERENCE MAY BE GIVEN FOR ANY LOCAL APPLICANT(S), APPLICANT NEED NOT BE RESIDENTS OF BRADFORD COUNTY. 7.APPLICANT MUST COMPLETE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE TRAINING FOR VALUE ADJUSTMENT BOARDS AND PROVIDE A STATEMENT ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF SAID TRAINING TO THE VAB Applicants Must Submit Their Letter Of Interest (Including Suggested Compensation Information) And Resume, By Hand Delivery Or U.S. Mail, To The Office Of The Clerk Of The Circuit Court, At 945 N. Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida 32091, No Later Than 3:00 P.M., June 11, 2014. All Submissions Must Be In Sealed Envelopes Clearly Marked: VAB Counsel. BUS DRIVERS NEEDEDUnion County School Board 40 hour Training Class provided. CDL required to enroll.ContactMike: 386-496-2182orMark: 904-966-2396 Episcopal Childrens Services has openings for a for our Head Start program in Starke.A bachelors degree in early childhood education preferred; associates required for Lead position. Salaries vary by position & credentials ($11-$17 per hour) Excellent benefits package, including:Health, Dental and Life Insurance Retirement Plan w/ Employer Matching Paid Vacation & Holidays Employer Paid Training & Tuition AdvancementEmail resum to hhodges@ecs4kids.org or Fax to (904) 726-1520 ATTN HRECS is an Equal Oppo rtunity / Affirmative Action / Drug Free E m ployer. Florida Credit Union has a FT teller position available at our Starke branch. Experience with high volume cash handling, maintaining cash drawer, balancing, cross-selling, and customer service expertise is required. Prior credit union/bank experience is a plus. We offer competitive salary, incentives, and excellent benefits. Stop by our Starke branch at 2460 Commercial Drive (near Walmart) to complete an application or send resum to: Florida Credit Union, Attn: HR/TLR, P.O. Box 5549, Gainesville, FL 32627 Fax: 352-264-2661 Email: krose@flcu.org M/F/D/V EOE Drug Free Workplace for positions of and Full Time in Keystone in Gainesville 352-473-0680 Excellence Through Senior AdvocacyServing Clay County and Surrounding Areas.105 Commercial Drive Keystone Heights, FL 32656HHA29991306Must have been a registered nurse for at least a year and prefer home health care experience, but not required for right candidate. with resume in hand. rffntb b rfntfbnfffbffnbnff ffbfrfffbfnfnfbfntfnf frfntbfbfffrtffbfbffbnf fntfffrfnff 2 Bedroom Townhome$100 security1/2 OFF 1st 3 months rentEqual housing opportunity. This institution is an equal o pportunity provider & employer. 1 Bdrm $460 2 Bdrm $485 3 Bdrm $515

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copperheads. His first efforts were unsuccessful, but after returning to the trestle canal, he located a bream colony on which he was able to fill a legal limit. Jim Lewis, Warren Carver, Robert Carver, Jamie Carver, Jeff Carver, Jim Ward, Gene Tannner and Lance Williams made their annual trip to Dead Lake, south of Palatka, in May. Warren Carver indicated they were less successful this year, but he was careful not to complain by saying they did OK. Townsend Strickland specified that the May bluegill spawn on Kingsley Lake was scattered, but heavy. He also indicated he saw few shellcrackers. Some of these local bream fishermen seem to think that the shellcracker spawn will be heavier in June and that the bluegills will cluster bed on the May 28 new moon and again on the following full moon. Some unclustered bluegill beds should be available most of the remaining summer. Saltwater action seems to be settling into its summer trends. East coast surf reports include catches of whiting and blues.   Cobia and kings are also reported to be around shore reefs.   Tournament resultsAt the May 14 Bald Eagle Bass Tournament, Lester Harrison and Mike Meredith placed first, while Clint Jackson and Jason McClellan placed second. Wade Platt landed the big bass. On May 21, Tommy Studstill and Don West won the Bald Eagle Tournament, with Glenn Barnes and Donnie Brooks placing second. Chris Tucker landed the big bass. The team of Justin Woods and Todd Stinner placed first and landed the big bass at the May 15 Sampson Lake Open Tournament. Daniel Elixson and Hunter Reichert placed second, while Dillon Crews and Eddie Smith placed third. Jeremy Dohrm and Buddy Maye won the May 22 Sampson Lake Tournament. Michael Bass and Ed Allen placed second, while Caleb Manning and Austin Manning placed third and fourth, respectively. Caleb Manning landed the big bass.   10B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, May 29, 2014 Jim Thornton displays a large copperhead bluegill he caught from the full moon.Continued from 6B Crosshorn MinisteriesThe May 15 Crosshorn Ministries meeting was held at the Starke Golf and Country Club with a full crowd. That evenings topic was survival skills and included speakers Ryan Hawkins, Dave Cowart and Mark Neely. John Whitfield offered Bible study. The next meeting will be Thursday, June 26. Tight lines until next week. Justin Woods are ;ictured with the winning catch Tournament. May 22 was a special day for soon-to-be Keystone Heights High School graduates Micah Brown, Michael Carroll and Blake Valenzuela, who signed college letters of intent to continue playing football. Brown signed with Kentucky Christian University, while Carroll and Valenzuela signed with Southeastern University and Wilmington College, respectively. A full story will be published in the June 5 Telegraph-TimesMonitor.KHHS football trio to be featured in next issue and Don West show off the winning catch Bald Eagle Tournament.