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T'e Sweetest Strawlerries Tfhis Side Of -(eaven










USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 131st Year 26th Issue 75 CENTS


Worth Noting


Take a walk at
Wainwright
Looking for some company and en-
couragement as you try to add some
more activity to your life? Then feel
free to join a group of local walkers at
Wainwright Park on Church Street in
Starke every Monday morning at 10
a.m.
There are also discussions about
health and nutrition for diabetics and
pre-diabetics, but the group and discus-
sions are not limited to those with the
disease. Everyone is welcome.
For more information, contact Don
Thompson at the Bradford County
Health Department at 904-964-7732.




Luncheon for heart
health on Feb. 4
The annual Heart Health Luncheon
sponsored by Shands Starke and the
Starke Altrusa Club will be held in the
hospital atrium on National Wear Red
Day, Friday, Feb. 4, at noon. The heart
healthy luncheon will feature a presen-
tation by University of Florida cardi-
ologist Dr. Jamie Conti.




Guardians
help kids
Make a difference to a child by vol-
unteering as a Guardian ad Litem. Ev-
ery child deserves a chance at a bright
future that holds the hope of a stable,
nurturing family. Children taken away
from their parents due to neglect band
abuse often lose that hope and are lost
in a sea of social workers, attorneys,
therapists, and caregivers.
A Guardian ad Litem volunteer is a
lifeline for them, someone whose atten-
tion is focused on that child and what
is in their best interest. A Guardian
volunteer monitors, investigates and
reports their recommendations to the
court-always with the best interest of
the child in mind. They support the
child's needs by being their spokesper-
son and assuring the child does not get
lost in the system.
By advocating for children's best in-
terests in the court system, Guardian ad
Litem volunteers can be the difference
between success and failure in a child's
life.
It takes about 6-12 hours of your time
per month to change a child's life for-
ever. Training, legal, and staff support
are provided.
The deadline to receive applications
for the next class for Bradford, Baker
and Union counties is Feb. 14. Call
904-966-6237 or go to guardianadlitem.
org for information.




Bradford Democrats
to meet Jan. 31
The Bradford County Democratic
Executive Committee will meet at 7
p.m. on Monday, Jan. 31, in the board-
room at the Andrews Center of Santa
Fe College. All interested Democrats
are invited to attend.
DEC members gave school supplies
to children and youth at the Martin Lu-
ther King celebration. The DEC will
be collecting nonperishable items for
the food pantry, and is also promoting
recycling by asking members to bring
their aluminum cans rather than throw-
ing them away.
The Bradford DEC represents the
Democratic voters of Bradford Coun-
ty. There are currently openings for
committeemen or committeewomen in
some precincts. For further informa-
tion about being a precinct representa-
tive or about the DEC, contact DEC
Chair Judy Beckel at 904-782-3502
or visit the DEC Web site at bradford&<
countydemocrats.org.
--ee-


District I voters meet their candidates


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Voters in District 1 were given an op-
portunity to meet with candidates in the
special school board election last week
and here why those candidates feel they
should be elected.
Each candidate was given 15 minutes
to speak and, if time remained, to take
questions.
Sheila Fayson Cummings was invit-
ed to speak first. The lifelong Bradford
County resident attended local schools,
Santa Fe (Community) College and the
University of Florida. She has been
married for 27 years and is a member
of the lay board at her church. She has
been employed for 25 years at Nation-
wide Insurance. She is a licensed claim
adjuster for the state, a certified me-
diator and a certified arbitrator for the
Department of Insurance. The mother
of two has served as a PTA and SAC
member, school volunteer- and a cheer-
leading coach.
Cummings also shared that she is a
Democrat. Although school board races
are nonpartisan, she said she felt it was
important to share her party affiliation


and voting tendencies.
"I am a person of character, integrity
and pride," Cummings continued, also
pointing to her long career as proof of
her work ethic. "Hard work and respon-
sibility were instilled in me at an early
age as a child, and I've carried that over
into my adult life."
Cummings said she believes in serv-
ing the community, adding she is moti-
vated by helping others. If elected to the
school board, she said she would be an
advocate for parents and students, and
help parents help their students to reavc
their maximum potential.
"Parental involvement is the key to
every child's success," she said.
Lamenting the recent graduation rate
decline, Cummings said that outcome
must be improved. She called education
the great equalizer and said the failure
to educate threatens the workforce,
quality of life and democracy. Positive
parental involvement is needed, she
said, and she wants to, bridge the gap
between parents and schools so they
feel comfortable with and not intimi-
dated by teachers and administrators.
Cummings said she would be there to
listen and help get answers.


She also said the community at large
must be involved, saying it takes a vil-
lage to raise a child. As the structure of
the family changes, she said the com-
munity must be there to fill in the gaps.
"The community must be engaged in
the effort to improve our schools," she
said.
One of the issues requiring commu-
nity involvement that has bothered her
is the lack of teacher diversity in some
schools. She said three of the county's
elementary schools are without an Afri-
can-American teacher, leaving children
without role models who are like them
that they can look up to and relate to.
The district is not attending job fairs
and offering incentives to students at
historically black colleges that would
entice them to come teach in Bradford
County, Cummings said, and that would
be the right thing to do.
She also said the community needs to
find out why athletes are playing sports
but-not receiving scholarships or be-
ing recruited by colleges, and ask why
more students are not taking advantage
of dual enrollment.

See VOTE page 6A


The Friends of the Bradford County
Library have partnered with AbitibiBo-
water to provide a paper recycling bin in
the library parking lot. The yellow and
green "PaperRetriever" bin is for news-
paper, magazines, catalogues, office
paper, school paper and mail. Shredded
paper can also be recycled but it should
be placed in a clear plastic bag.


The Friends of the Library will re-
ceive a payment based on the tons of
paper recycled, which will go to support
the library. While the money is good,
the Friends of the Library was most in-
terested in providing an opportunity for
area residents and businesses to recycle
paper instead of hav ing to send it to the
landfill. The Friends are planning to


form a Green Team to encourage paper
recycling by businesses, churches and
other location.
If you have a dumpster, the Friends
can do a waste characterization study to
see how much recyclable paper you are
sending to the landfill. For more infor-
mation, contact Paul Still at 904-368-
0291 or stillpe@aol.com.


LB students

arrested for

bringing gun

to school

Mother of one student
also arrested
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

During the early morning school
hours on Jan. 14, two male juvenile
students were arrested at Lake Butler
Middle School for bringing a handgun
on the campus.
Principal Jerry Graybeal, who works
the hallways between classes, received
a tip about a student with a gun. Gray-
beal immediately identified the student
in the hallway and retrieved the weapon
as authorities were being called. Law
enforcement arrived on the scene in a
matter of seconds and took the juvenile
into custody.
It was revealed that another male
juvenile had actually brought the .380
caliber handgun to the school and gave
it to the other student. This student, who
was found to be in possession of a small
knife, was also taken into custody.
On Jan. 20, the Union County Sher-
iff's Office issued a press release on
the. incident. Lt. Doug York said that
the sheriff's office did not immediately
issue a press release because facts sur-
rounding the incident had yet to be ob-
tained.
York said that Friday and Saturday
were spent conducting interviews, de-
termining how the student came into
possession of the gun, locating the par-
ents of the juveniles, and obtaining and
executing search warrants for the stu-
dent's home. The mother of one of the
juveniles was reportedly out of town
at the time the incident took place and
could not be immediately reached.
Deputies searched the home of the
juvenile looking for other firearms
or signs of motive such as drawings,
books, computer journals or other red
flags indicative of violent behavior.

See GUN page 5A


Charges against

former chamber

CEO dropped

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer

The state attorney's office has
dropped all charges against Ron Lilly,
the former chief executive officer of
the North Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce.
Lilly started work as the group's
CEO in February 2004. In November
2008, the chamber fired Lilly, alleging
he misappropriated the business group's
funds. In October 2009, after an inves-
tigation by Starke Police, the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office arrested Lilly
at his Keystone Heights-area home.
Investigators accused him of siphon-
ing off chamber funds for his own
personal use and highlighted three
transactions. First, they alleged that
he purchased a golf cart with chamber
funds, then sold the vehicle and pocked
the proceeds. Second, they claimed fihe
obtained cash that should have been
usedcto fund an ATM .machine located
in the organization's Starke office, but
instead diverted that currency for his
personal use. Third, they asserted that
he coerced a chamber employee to is-
sue to him two extra payroll checks.
However at the beginning of 2010,
prosecutors excluded the allegations
surrounding the ATM machine and
golf cart transactions, and focused on
the two payroll checks, lodging two
counts of grand theft against the former
official.
Spencer Mann, chief investigator and
public information officer for State At-

See DROPPED page 6A


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2A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011


Chamber President Pam Whittle with IHOP General Manager Gary Cihlar and Manager
Sherry McCaulley, winners of a Business of the Year Award, and outgoing chamber
board Chairman Darrell O'Neal.


Chamber begins the year with honors


Ladies sparkled and gents cut a dashing figure
at the North Florida Regional Chamber of Com-
merce's annual membership banquet, but none
shone as brightly at the stars who were honored for
their contributions to business and community.
The first of those was Christopher Page,.who .as
named the chamber's Volunteer of the Year. Ac-
cording to Master of Ceremonies Terry Vaughan,
Page has a can-do spirit and willingness to handle
the chores that have to be done.
"At every event, he's there with a positive at-
titude and diplomatic flair," Vaughan said. That
includes wearing and quickly changing a variety
of hats, from managing picky vendors and parking
classic cars to selling snow cones.
"One of the first to arrive and the last to leave,
(Page) epitomizes the phrase 'above and beyond,'"
he said.
Both Business of the Year Award recipients were
selected for completing striking renovations and
business improvements, said Vaughan. In addition
to the makeover at Farmers Furniture, new man-
agement has been more involved with the cham-
ber. Manager Joe Pellerito,, Wanda Sowell and
Amy Hopkins were on hand to accept the award.
The second Business of the Year Award went to
IHOP, which Vaughan said has also demonstrated
an increasing investment in the chamber, host-
ing the monthly President's Breakfast and help-
ing with the Strawberry Festival. Accepting were
General Manager Gary Cihlar and Manager Sherry
McCaulley.
The Citizen of the Year
Award, named for newspaper-
man Eugene L. Matthews, went
to Starke Police Capt. Barry
Warren. Vaughan said Warren
had a long history of putting his raul
heart and sweat equity into local
events and worthy causes, partic- Att
ularly those involving children.
"His passion for helping un-
derprivileged children cannot
be questioned," Vaughan said,
pointing to Warren's role in r
organizing and raising money
event, providing a meaningful -
Christmas to kids who would
otherwise go without. He's also -
collected stuffed animals for kids
in the court system, worked with
Peaceful Paths, led the Starke Ki-
wanis Club, and more.
'"A devoted father and hus-
band, he's exemplified what
it means to be a great citizen,"
Vaughan said.
Santa Fe College's Chuck
Clemons served as ..keynote
speaker. Clemons said the Santa
Fe Foundation has more than met. '
the $3.4 million fundraising goal .
set 30 months ago. Thanks to the AIhu
generosity of donors, 75 more
new students each year will be FloridaWol
able pay for college, he said. He level Correct
also plugged the upcoming Brad- level Police (
ford Fest Boots 'N BBQ Cook- Please cont
Off and how the event has grown Regional Ch
in just a couple of years, draw- giona
.ig professional competitors and to schedule a
tourists from all over and raising
.money for the Santa Fe Founda-
tion.


Florida Rep. Janet Adkins also
spoke briefly about the outlook
for the state and the upcoming
legislative session, including a
$3.62 billion revenue shortfall
and a 12 percent unemployment
.rate. Nevertheless, Adkins said
she is encouraged after the elec-
-tion of Gov. Rick Scott.
"We've got the right governor
at the right time," he said. "He's
-the 'X' factor."
Outgoing Chamber Board
-Chairman Darrell O'Neal turned
:the reigns over to the 2011 chair,
Lawtey Mayor Jimmie Scott.


Volunteer of the Year
Christopher Page
Scott said the board has established its goals for
See CHAMBER page 8A



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RIGHT: Citizen of the Year Starke Police Capt.
Barry Warren.


Terry Vaughan

Supervisor of Elections
Bradford County

SPECIAL PRIMARY ELECTION

FEBRUARY 1,2011

PLAN ON

EARLY VOTING


January 24th thru January 30th

Monday Friday 9 AM to 5 PM

Saturday 9 AM to 1 PM

Sunday 1 PM to 5 PM
Early Voting will take place in the
Supervisor of Elections Office
located in the North wing of the Courthouse.

ALL VOTERS REGISTERED IN
SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 1 ARE
ELIGIBLE TO VOTE IN THIS ELECTION.
ONLY PRECINCTS 2, 3B AND 7
WILL VOTE IN THIS ELECTION.

FOR ADDITIONAL
INFORMATION OR IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO
RECEIVE AN ABSENTEE BALLOT CONTACT
YOUR ELECTIONS OFFICE AT:

P.O. Box 58, Starke, F 3209-1
(904) 964-966-6266
Fax: (904) 966-6165-
www.BradfordElections.com

To check your voter registration status or
to track your absentee ballot visit our website.


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Officers.
act Susan Brown at.North Florida
amber of Commerce at (904) 964-5278
an appointment.







Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 3A


The veterans memorial in Santa Fe Cemetery was un-
veiled last Saturday, the culmination of years of planning
and fundraising.

Veterans memorial

dedicated near Hampton


BY MARK J.(CR.1\ FORD
Telc '..; E.!a. r
A lM er b\ \\ ings'fl Dreajin'
Bob (ehil in a 1'45 1.-4J \\aj the
first of man\, tributes thaj \\ill
undouhiedl, take place j ithe
[eteranr iTonunient placed in
Santa Fe Cemeter\ b\ Nhe Hjanp.
ton veterann Memorial Fund arn
its supporters.
That m,:'numeni% a~s dedicated
in a ceremony\ Ist.l SaiurdJ ', that
began "ith that l1\ioer
The monument, flanked by
flags 'representing all military
branches, is in honor of all ser-
vicemen and women, but the ef-
fort to raise funds for the memo-
rial began following the January
2008 death of U.S.
Army Maj. Alan .l .
G. Rogers in Bagh-
dad. Rogers was V
from Hampton, and
friends who remem- ,
bered him wanted .
to mark his sacrifice
with a monument,
and later also began
a scholarship fund in J
his name.
Jim Mitzel, found-
er of the fund, said it
was a long journey to
completion, and the
memorial wouldn't
have been possible
with out the support
of his family, friends,
volunteers and busi-
ness supporters. That
included the Ameri-
can Legion and Am-
Vets members who
turned out in force to
assist with the dedication.
Mitzel also thanked the ceme-
tery trustees for cooperating with
the Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund.
Santa Fe Cemetery Trustee
John Campen thanked Mitzel
for his vision as well as his re-
lentless determination to see the
monument completed. Campen
said many patriots are buried in
the cemetery and the board is-
pleased to have the monument
there to honor them and all who


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in mnn\ lundrar;ers. there \.cre
alo busing ,es a nd r'aniza-
tions who contributed time, ma-
terials and/or labor to the proj-
ect and ceremony, including
Goetzman Construction, Davis
Trucking, Skyfrog Tree Service,
Arborscape Tree Beautification,


the Bradford County Sheriff's
Office, Archie Tanner Funeral
Home, Elixson Lumber, Hillbilly
Rock and Pitstop .orta Potty.
Bonnie's Memorialsconstructed
and installed the monument.


John Konkus was there to rep-
resent and read a letter on behalf
of Congressman Cliff Stearns,
commending those present for
their work to honor the nation's
veterans. It is because of their


See VETS page 8A


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message by Monday, Feb. 7. We wi.
in the Feb. 10 issue of the Regional
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Jim Mitzel and John Konkus


ELECT
Sheila Fayson .
Cummings "
for School Board H
Dist. I

VOTE Tues., Feb.1 L
An Advocate for Parents and Students
Commitment: Helping parents help students
reach their maximum potential.
Elect a School Board Candidate with:
Character-Integrity-Pride
Leadership Ability
A History of Community Involvement
Elect a Candidate Committed to:
Connecting with Students and Parents
Community Involvement in Improving
the Educational Outcome of Our
Students
Finding Solutions by Working Together
Wise Use of Our Tax Dollars
Providing Teachers with the Tools for
Success.
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4A Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011


'Student Shane Griffis and Forester Nicole Howard assess the orientation of this red
maple before planting is completed.

Starke mayor, students mark Arbor Day


'' Students from the city of
-Starke marked Arbor Day last
-Friday by planting two red maple
'-trees across from city hall.
Starke Mayor Travis Woods
Told students from Patti Kurtz'
class about the foundling of Ar-
bor Day and said trees are im-
"ortant to have around for more
than their beauty. They help
prevent erosion, provide habitat
for wildlife and clean the air we
breathe, he said. They are also a
resource that provides paper and
..Qther wood products, and plant-
ipg trees raises property values,
which benefits the local econ-
fhy, he said.
Woods thanked Bradford
County Forester Nicole How-
ird for her efforts on behalf of
establishing a local Arbor Day
Celebration, though which Starke
ias become established as a Tree
City USA, received grants for
trees, etc.
While National Arbor Day
is celebrated on the last Friday
in April, Howard said Florida
established Arbor Day in the
month of January because plant-
ing trees in the winter in Florida
greatly increases the chances of
their survival.
Timing, however, is not the
only thing to Consider when
planting trees, she said.

Get free trees
for Arbor Day
Residents of Florida can rinL
in the new year by receiving 10
free flowering trees by joining
the Arbor Day Foundation any
time during January 2011.
By becoming a member of the
nonprofit Arbor Day Foundation,
you will receive two white flow-
ering dogwoods, two flowering-
crabapples, two Washington
hawthorns, two American red-
buds and two golden rain trees.
"These beautiful trees will
give your home in Florida lovely
flowers with pink, yellow and
white colors," said John Rose-
now, chief executive and found-
er of the Arbor Day Foundation.
"These trees are perfect for large
and small spaces, and they will
provide food and habitat for
songbirds."
The trees will be shipped post-
paid at the right time for planting,
between Feb. .1 and May 31, with
enlosed planting instructions.
the 6- to 12-inch tall trees are
guaranteed to grow or they will
be replaced free of charge.
Arbor Day Foundation mem-.
bers also receive a subscription
to the foundation's bimonthly
publication, Atbor Day, and The
Tree Book, which includes infor-
mation about tree planting and
-care.
To become a member of the
foundation and to receive your
free trees, send a $10 contribution
to Ten Free Flowering Trees, Ar-
for Day Foundation, 100 Arbor
-ve., Nebraska City, NE 68410,
~"y Jan. 31. Florida residents can
also join online at www.arbor-
day.org/january.


Mayor Travis Woods looks orfias the chamber of com-
merce's DeAnna Adams discusses the poster contest.


Bruce Carlton, Hope Moody and Travis Curtner get their
hands dirty.


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Everything is in a whirl at
BHS! Class schedules are still
taking place, report cards just
came out and Bradford's teams
are exceeding in their games and
matches!
The girls' weightlifting team
had their Keystone Invitational on
Jan. 22, and three of Bradford's
girls placed. Courtney Sexton
placed fourth in her weight class
of 129 lbs., Allison Scott placed
fourth ini her weight class of 119
lbs., and Whitney Yeager placed
fourth also in her weight class of
110 lbs. That is very awesome
. and strong of those girls! The
weightlifting team really is doing
an awesome job this year.
The boys' basketball teams
have home games Tuesday, Feb.-


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Appointments are necessary.
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It was discovered that on
the morning of the incident, the
handgun had been retrieved by
the juvenile from his mother's
closet and taken to the school.
Florida law requires that firearms
be safely- secured from minors.
The investigation into how the
gun was retrieved and whether it
was securely locked has now led
to the arrest of the boy's mother,
Rebecca Watson.
Faulk, who had been at home
recovering from a serious
surgery, said by phone, "Mr.
Graybeal acted swiftly and
bravely in protecting our students
and getting the gun."
He also praised students at the
middle school as well as the high
school who continue to do such a
good job reporting such activity
to administration.
"I have seen those TV docu-
mentaries on school shootings
and they interview kids who say
they heard or saw something sus-
picious, but didn't think to report
it," Faulk said. "I thank our kids
for being on alert and reporting
such a serious incident."
Both Faulk and the sheriff said
this incident would not be taken
lightly.
Both juveniles face several
felony charges including posses-
sion of a handgun and possession
of weapons on school grounds.
It is the decision of the state at-
tornly-'s office as to whether or
not the juveniles will be charged
as adults.
Several teachers and parents
were upset to first hear about the
episode from other students as
well as a Gainesville news sta-
tion instead of befhg notified by
school administration.
Faulk said district protocol
was- followed because the situ-
ation was immediately diffused
and there was no reason to cause
a large-scale panic and send out
notifications to teachers or call
parents when it was already over.
The juveniles are in the custody


I,against Glynn Academy t 5:30
and 7:30 p.m. Everyone needs to
come out to the game and wish
them luck! The wrestling team
has a match at the Buchholz Dual
Tournament this Saturday, Jan.
29, at 10 a.m. The girls' bas-
ketball teams have home games
Thursday, Jan. 27, against Baker
County at 6 and 7:30 p.m.
The academic team competed
in the regional tournament in
Union County on Jan. 25. They
are all so intelligent and have
wonderful reflexes when it comes
to hitting the buzzer!
This Saturday, Jan. 29, is the
Bradford Fest in BHS' audito-
rium at 7 p.m. The.event has
categories that include Western
wear, talent, party dress, and eve-


. to bring all of the necessary pa-
perwork to your appointment.
For more information, please
contact the library.

Adult activity
dates
announced
The Bradford County Public
Library's program for adults will
include Book Bingo on Feb. 7 at
6 p.m. and Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. The
monthly book club will meet as
.usual on the last Tuesday, Feb.
22, at 6 p.m. For more informa-
tion, contact the library at 904-
368-3911.

Access offered
to career and
economic
courses
Improving the job search pro-
cess, preparing fo6rt reer certifi-
cation, raising college entrance


of'the Department of Juvenile
Justice, where, according to law,
they can be held up to 21 days
before formally appearing in
court.
School district policy states
that once a student is formally
charged with a felony, the super-
intendent shall notify appropriate
personnel including the princi-
pal, the transportation director,
the student's classroom teachers,
the student's bus'driver and other,
school personnel who directly
supervise the student.
Faulk said both boys have been
expelled from the Union County
School District. He added that
a faculty meeting regarding the
incident was set to take place on
Jan. 26.
Lt. York is currently putting
together a letter regarding gun
safety laws that will be sent home
to every parent. In addition, stu-
dents will be provided with more
training classes (as they have


ning wear, most photogenic and
on-stage questions. A portion of
the proceeds will fund Santa Fe
College scholarships of Bradford
County students.
Also, I (Megan Starnes) will
be performing a piece I have
composed on the piano for the
girls that have passed away in my
senior class this year at the event.
The song is called "Angels" and
is dedicated to Stephanie Bernal,
Hailey Forsyth, Kendall Morgan
and Lindsay Beck. Even though
they are now gone to a better
place, they'll always stay close
to our hearts.
Quote for the week: "Wisdom
is knowing what to do next; vir-
tue is doing it." -David Starr
Jordan.


test scores, and improving 21t
century basic skills are all possi-
ble with just the click of a mouse
at your local library!
Visit Bradford County Public
Library, log on to a computer,
and enjoy free, unlimited ac-
cess to interactive skill building
courses in math, reading and
writing, as well as a broad range
of practice tests based on official
exams such as the ACT, SAT,
GED, ASVAB Core and EMT
Basic, as well as firefighter, po-
lice officer, and many others for
770 test prep and skill building
resources.
This valuable service is avail-
able 24/7 from any Internet-en-
abled computer-in your library
and even your home with your
library card.
To find out more )about how
you can access LearningExpress
Library, call Bradford County
Public Library at 904-368-3911
or stop by and ask staff for more
information. .


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Road in Sijrke. ill hat' it
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Jan. 30. i3 I I a.m. Church
3outh %ill be in charge o1' the
sern ice and Renard Hudson
will be the speaker of the hour.
Door prizes for the first 25 to
arrive; all are invited.

Hope Baptist Church, 3900
S.E. S.R. 100, will host Eternal
Vision, a Southern-Gospel
Quartet from Knoxville, Tenn.,
on Sunday, Jan. 30, at 6 p.m.
Everyone is welcome.

True Vine Outreach
Ministries, 422 Saint Clair
St. in Starke, will host a
special program, Kingdom
Impact, on Sunday, Jan. 30,
at 4 p.m, sponsored by the
Bradford County Association
of Ministries. For more
information, please contact
904-964-9264.

Trinity Baptist Church
of Keystone Heights will


Starke Shrine
Club receives
boost
The Starke Shrine Club's
first meeting in 2011 held at the
Starke Golf and Country Club on
Jan. 6 was really boosted by two
members of the Divan-Dennis
Green, assistant divan and past
president of the Clay County
Shrine Club and Frank Cruce,
2nd ceremonial master, as well
as many CCSC members and
their ladies.
Kamery Dowdy, one of Starke
Shrine Club's Shrine Children
was honored for her thousands of
aluminum "pop toep' donations in


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For more information, please
contact 352-473-7261 or www.
trinitybc.org.

Eden Baptist Church, located
1.5 miles off of C.R. 219A in
Hawthorne, welcomes Morgan
Family Ministries for revival
services starting Sunday,
Feb. 6, and lasting through
Wednesday, Feb. 9. Sunday
services will be at 11 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m., while weekly
services will begin at 7 p.m.
For more information, please
call the church office at 352-
481-2958.

New River N.C. Methodist
Church, Hwy. 125 in Union
County, will host a gospel
benefit for Christine and
George Dyle featuring The
Cavaliers. The Gospel Sounds


support of the 22 Shrine hospi-
tals in North America. Kamery's
parents, Derrick and DaNita
Dowdy, were unable to attend,
but her grandparents and great-
grandparents were with her.
Noble Tommy Lown, first vice
of the Clay County Shrine Club,
presented Kamery with an award
for her support of the Shrine Hos-
pitals and Mark Griffith, second
vice and treasurer of the Starke
Shrine Club, presented Kamery
with a plaque of appreciation.
Many thanks were given to
Nick Hartwell, second vice and
Klay Kat's commander, Brian
Curry, CCSC president, Doug
Judkins, Klay Kat's past com-
ihander, Andy Mathews, past


and The Carter Family on
Saturday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m.
For more information, please
call 386-431-1536 or 904-964-
3583.

First Baptist Church of
Starke will hose the next
Sunday night communitywide
worship service on Sunday,
Feb. 13, with the Rev. Ross
Chandler of True Vine
Ministries preaching. Join
hundreds of Christians from
across Bradford County in
worship and prayer for revival.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


CCSC president, and his lady

Nobles James "Swede" Larsen
and Ted Barber received Stand-
ing Tall Awards. Past Starke
Shrine Club President Daren
Williams passed the gavel to in-
coming President Swede Larsen.
Barber cited Griffith as having
gone well above the call of duty
in 2010. Barber said, "Noble
Mark is the driving force of the
SSC and its continuous support
of the Shrine Hospitals of North
America and the one that really
deserves these awards."
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VOTE
Continued from page 1A

Cummings said she wants to
hold community meetings to dis-
cuss concerns as well as what is
working so those successes can
be built upon. She also wants
to challenge churches to get in-
volved, for example, by starting
book clubs for students that will
encourage reading. New things
need to be tried, because doing
the-same things will just result in
the same results, she said.
Cummings said she believes in
what teamwork can accomplish
and, if elected, would form an ac-
countability committee to be the
voice of the community.
"I truly feel that I'm the best
candidate for your school board
representative and have the vi-
sion of taking our children to the
next level by being the best stu-
dents they can be and by being
productive members of society,"
she said.
Archie Kittles was the next
candidate to speak, and he em-
phasized his identity as a com-
mon man. He said he's not a big
talker, but big talkers don't go
out and get things accomplished.
Kitties said he grew up, went
to school and played sports in
Bradford County. After gradu-
ating from RJE High School,
Kittles said he studied business
and education at Edward Waters
College. Teaching is a prominent
profession in his family, but for
that reason he said he moved in
another direction.
Kitties said he entered the job
market and found it difficult to
return to school once he started
making money.


"You don't realize there's a
difference to getting that full
quality education that you need
in order to succeed in life," he
said. Many young people don't
have big goals, and success for
them may be simply being able
to buy a car.
"How do we get our children
to realize that there are greater
things out there?" he asked. The
challenge is getting kids to realize
that and to want more for them-
selves, he said, because there are
greater opportunities available
than there were even just a few
years ago.
Kitties said he may be a com-
mon man, but he's one who
would want better for his child-
for his child to do more, to see
more.
Kitties said he cannot change
the system by himself, but he can
be a leader and seek input from
the public about what needs to
change.
"If you sit and talk with peo-
ple, which I've been doing, you
can tell they're unsatisfied with
what's going on, but most of
them don't want to attack the
system," he said.
Kitties said he didn't know if
he was the right candidate, but he
was willing to sacrifice and work
with others to find solutions.
"In every child there is great-
ness, but how are we going to get
the greatness out of that child and
into the classroomn" he asked.
Adults need to step up and re-
member they are responsible foi
these children, he said.
Byron Ramseur is the third
candidate running for school
board in District 1. He is the
youth pastor at Church of God
by Faith. Ramseur said he gradu-


ated high school in North Caro-
lina, then went on to continue his
education in several colleges and
seminaries. He's been working
with youth since 1989 and was
ordained in 1998, but of ajl his
titles, he said he is most proud
to be the husband for nearly 27
years of Vivian Ramseur, who is
a teacher in the school system.
Ramseur said he is passionate
about teaching young people, rer
gardless of who they are. It's not
unusual of him to approach and
even play basketball with drug
dealers in the community be-
cause he wants to be involved in
their lives. Ramseur used to work
in a diversion program for first-
time offenders to keep them out
of the prison system. He also or-
ganizes an annual back-to-school
event that helps more than 40
agencies disseminate informa-
tion about their programs as well
as school supplies to children and
their families.
"This is who I am. I am driven
by what I do with youth," he said.
"I want them to succeed."
To that end, he has been in-
volved with local schools,attend-
ing meetings, serving on SAC
committees, acting as chaplain
for the football team, etc.
He believes kids have goals,
but for many that is money not
service. The focus needs to be
changed, and there is not one
single answer to doing that.
"We have to think in stereo,"
he said. Parents need to be in-
volved, he said, agreeing with
the others who spoke, but as an
involved parent he said he and
others have sometimes had to
stand toe-to-toe with some in-
tractable teachers who knew they
were protected by the union. It's


then when kids need advocates.
and community members can
be advocates for kids who don't
have someone looking out for
them, he said.
The other side of that equation
is money and appreciation, he ac-
knowledged. Paying people a fair
wage and showing them gratitude
when they go above and beyond
would make a difference.
Ramseur said he's seen a spirit
among people- that makes him
believe change is possible.
"I whole-heartedly believe
that we can turn around Bradford
County's school system, we can
get out of the D level," he said.
Kids are a beginning, not and
ending, he added, and the com-
munity cannot write them off.
"If we write them off, a gang
or someone will pick them up,"
he said.
Ramseur believes God told
him to run for the open school
board seat, and he believes he
should be elected, but he said
he's going to go on helping kids
regardless.
The forum was sponsored
by the Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County and the local
NAACP chapter. Early voting for
the special election is under way
and will continue at Supervisor
of Elections Terry Vaughan's of-
fice from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thurs-
day and Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
on Saturday, and from I to 4 p.m.
on Sunday.
The date of the primary is
Tuesday, Feb. 1. Polls will be
open at the District 1 precincts
from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Winning
requires receiving more than 50
percent of the vote, so if that
doesn't happen during the prima-
ry, then the t9p two vote getters


will move on to another election
on March 1.


building on North Temple Av-
enue into the Gov. Charlie E.
Johns Conference Center.


DROPPED
Continued from page 1A Workshop


torney Bill Cervone, wrote in an
e-mail that his office dropped
the remaining grand theft allega-
tions after concluding they could
not prove the two payroll checks
were cut without permission or
authority.
"The checks were signed by
board members," he wrote, indi-
cating those signatures provided
Lilly with a formidable defense
against the claim that he bullied
a subordinate into drafting the
checks and that we was not en-
titled to the compensation.
When reached by telephone,
Lilly said the state's action exon-
erated him and added his biggest
disappointment over the last three
years is that chamber's board
of directors never gave him the
chance to defend himself. When
asked if he planned any civil
litigation against the trade group,
the ex-CEO declined comment.
"I've moved on", he said.
"And I hope that the people in
Starke will move on, too."
Under Lilly's administration,
the chamber moved its headquar-
ters from the corner of Walnut
and Madison Streets into the
historic Bradford County Bank
Building. Lilly led the organiza-
tion to take over management of
the Starke Bike Fest and he over-
saw the incorporation of Main
Street Starke Inc. He also led
the group's push to purchase and
convert an abandoned church


on turkey
management

next week
The Bradford County Exten-
sion Service will host a turkey
management workshop on Thurs-
day, Feb. 3, at 5:30 p.m. at the
Bradford Sportsman's Farm in
Graham. Speakers will include
a UF/IFAS wildlife specialist,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Con-
servation Commission Turkey
Program leader, National Wild
Turkey Federation biologist
and a Bradford County Exten-
sion livestock and forages agent.
Topics will include detailed in-
formation on turkey biology,
turkey management and turkey
hunting strategies.
Registration is $10 (which in-
cludes your meal and handout in-
formation) and must be secured
by Feb. 1 to ensure your enroll-
ment. If you would like to attend
this workshop, contact the Brad-
ford County Extension Office at
904-966-6224 by Feb. 1 before 5
p.m.


STATE OF FLORIDA, CRIMINAL
JUSTICE STANDARDS & TRAINING
COMMISSION,
Petitioner
vs. .
DONALD C. YAHRMATTER, Case
#28205
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DONALD C. YAHRMATTER;
Residence Unknown-
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
Administrative Complaint has been
filed against you seeking to revoke
your CORRECTIONAL Certificate in
accordance with Section 943.1395,
F.S., and any rules promulgated
thereunder.
You are required to serve a written
copy of your intent to request a
hearing pursuant to Section 120.57,
ES. upon Michael Crews, PROGRAM
DIRECTOR, Criminal Justice
Professionalism Program, Florida
Department of Law Enforcement, P.
0. Box 1489, Tallahassee, Florida
32302-1489, on or before March 4,
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Dated: January 4, 2011
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Representative
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intent to sell this vehicle on January
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Yard,; 1451 Hayes St., Starke, FL
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IN:THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO: 04-2009-QA-000314
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA, -
Plaintiff,
vs.
JAMES D. BLANTON, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated January 3,
2011, and entered in Case No. 04-
2009-CA-000314 of the Circuit Court
of the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in
and for BRADFORD County, Florida
wherein WELLS FARGO BANK,
NA, is the Plaintiff and JAMES D.
BLANTON; are the Defendants, The
CIICrk of the Court will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash at the
FRONT HALL OF THE BRADFORD
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 945
NORTH TEMPLE AVENUE, STARKE,
FLORIDA 32091 at 11:00 a.m. on
the 3rd day of February, 2011, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF 4..AND LYING IN
THE SOUTHEAST % OF SECTION
1, TOWNSHIP 8 SOUTH, RANGE
22 EAST, BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA COMMONLY REFERRED
TO AS LOT 35 ON OAK AVENUE,
OF AN UNRECORDED PLAT OF
CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF THE SOUTHEAST
1/4 OF SECTION 1, TOWNSHIP 8
SOUTH, RANGE 22 EAST, AND
RUN EAST ALONG THE SECTION
LINE A DISTANCE OF 1833.50
FEET; THENCE RUN 00 DEGREES


37 MINUTES 00 SECONDS EAST,
430.00, FEET TO AN IRON ROD
FOR THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
FROM THE POINT OF BEGINNING
THUS DESCRIBED, CONTINUE
NORTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
WESTERLY BOUNDARY OF LOT
35, A DISTANCE OF 185.00 FEETTO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT FOUND
ON THE SOL5 ERLY BOUNDARY
OF THE RIGHT OF WAY OF
SOUTHEAST72NDSTREET(KNOWN
AS OAK AVENUE); THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 30 MINUTES
00 SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY BOUNDARY 100.00
FEET TO AN IRON ROD; THENCE
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37 MINUTES
00 SECONDS WEST, 185.00 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT;
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
30 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST,
100.00 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO
TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS
SUBSEQUENT TO DECEMBER
31, 1991, AND TO COVENANTS,
RESTRICTIONS AND EASEMENTS
RESERVATION CONTAINED IN
INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN
DEED BOOK 90, PAGE 351, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS O0 BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A256SE72ND STREET, STARKE,
FL 32091
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from thesale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on January 13, 2011.
Ray Norman
Cler.k of the Circuit-~tirt
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the Clerk of Court,
Bradford County Courthouse, Starke,
FL at 904-964-6280 within 7 working
days of your receipt of this notice; if
.you are hearing or voice impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771.
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STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF
COMMUNITY AFFAIRS
NOTICE OF INTENT TO
FIND THE TOWN OF
BROKER COMPREHENSIVE
PLAN AMENDMENTS IN
COMPLIANCE DOCKET
NO. 10-2-NOI-0402-(A)-(I)
The Department gives notice of its
intent to find the Amendment to the
Comprehensive Plan for the Town of
Brooker adopted by Ordinance No.
2010-08 on November 16, 2011, IN
COMPLIANCE, pursuant to Sections
163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3189,
F.S.
The adopted Town of Brooker
Comprehensive Plan Amendments
and the Department's Objections,
Recommendations and Comments
Report, !(if any), are. available for
public inspection M6nday through
Friday, except for legal holidays,
during normal business hours, at the
Town of Brooker, Town Hall, 18881
Charlotte Avenue, Brooker, Florida
32622.
Any affected person, as defined in
Section 163.3184, FS., has a right to
petition for an administrative hearing
to challenge the proposed agency
determination that the Amendments to
the Town of Brooker Comprehensive
Plan is In Compliance, as defined in
Subsection 163.3184(1), F.S. The
petition must be filed within twenty
one (21) days after publication of this
notice, and must include all of the
information and contents described in
Uniform Rule 28-106.201, F.A.C. The
petition must be filed with the Agency
Clerk, Department of Community
Affairs, 2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100, and
a copy mailed or delivered to the local
government. Failure to timely file a
petition shall constitute a waiver of
any right to request an administrative
proceeding as a petitioner under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.
If a petition is filed, the purpose of


the administrative hearing will be to
present evidence and testimony and
forward a recommended order to the
Department. If no petition is filed, this
Notice of Intent shall become final
agency action.
If a petition is filed, other affected
persons may petition for leave to
intervene in the proceeding. A petition
for intervention must be filed at least
twenty (20) days before the final
hearing and must inclutie all of the
information and contends described
in Uniform Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. A
petition for leave to intervene shall be
filed at the Division of Administrative
Hearings, Department of Management
Services, 1230 Apalachee Parkway,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3060.
Failure to petition to intervene within
the allowed time frame constitutes
a waiver of any right such a person
has to request a hearing under
Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S.,
or to participate in the administrative
hearing.
After an administrative hearing
petition is timely filed, mediation is
available pursuant to Subsection
163.3189(3)(a), F.S., to any affected
person who is -made a party to the
proceeding by filing that request with
the administrative law judge assigned
by the Division of Administrative
Hearings. The choice of mediation
shall not affect a party's right to an
administrative hearing.
Charles Gauthier, AICP
Director, Division of
Community Planning
Florida Department
of Community Affairs
2555 Shumard Oak Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-2100
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2009-CA-0562
THOMAS A. SMITH,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
LEODANIS CARMENATE,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that on the 16th
day of February, 2011, at 11:00 a.m. at
the east front door of the Courthouse
of Bradford County at Starke, Florida,
the undersigned Clerk will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash the
following described real property:
A parcel of land lying partly in Lots
52, 53, 61, and 62 in Section 16,
Township 5 South, Rapge 22 East, as
per plat of Woodlawn as recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 17 of the Public
Records ofPBradford County, Florida;
said parcekbeing more particularly
described aa follows:
Commence ,at a concrete monument
found at the Southeast comer of said
Lot 62 for the Point of Beginning and
run North 89 degrees 25 minutes 02
seconds West, along the Southerly
boundary thereof, 1313.84 ,feet to
a concrete monument found at the
Southwest comer of said Lot 61;
thence North 00 degrees 33 minutes
41 seconds West, along the Westerly
boundary of said Lot 61, a distance of
652.88 feet to a concrete monument
found at the Southeast corner of said
Lot 53; thence North 89 degrees 21
minutes 46 seconds West, along the
Southerly boundary thereof, 181.61
feet to a concrete monument found
on the Easterly boundary of the
right of way of NW 38th Avenue (a
county graded road); thence North 00,
degrees 17 minutes 44 seconds East,
along said Easterly boundary, 298.40
feet to a intersection with the South
edge of a drainage ditch; thence South
78 degrees 51 minutes 49 seconds
East, along said South edge, 75.91
feet; thence South 62 degrees 33
minutes 08 seconds East, along, the
South edge of said drainage ditch and
along a Southeasterly prolongation
thereof, 894.17 feet; thence South 89
degrees 21 minutes 46 seconds East,
630.58 feet to an intersection with the
Easterly boundary of said Lot 62;
thence South 00 degrees 10 minutes
54 seconds East, along said Easterly
boundary, 532.80 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Excluding any portions of
lands in Lots 52 and 53.
The aforesaid sale will be made


pursuant to the Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in Case No: 04-2009-
CA-0562 now pending in the Circuit
Court in Bradford County, Florida.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within sixty (60) days after the sale.
Dated this 19th day of January, 2011.
-7. Ray Norman
Clerk ofthe Circuit Court
By Tasher Allen
Deputy Clerk
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Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 Bradford County Telegraph 7A


Day care operator guilty of defrauding state


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Telegraph Staff Writer

The former owner of a Starke
day care pleaded no contest to
aggravated white-collar crime
last week. However, under a plea
agreement with the state, Barbara
Rochelle Cummings received no
jail.time or probation, but instead
received a civil judgment in the
amount of $79,484.20.
According to court papers,
Cummings operated Kids N All
Learning Center Inc. at 743 S.
Walnut St. in Starke until No-
vember 2006. She also owned
another facility, Kids Zone Child
Care Inc. in Gainesville. At both
locations, Cummings provided
meals to the children and was
reimbursed by the state for those
meals.
In August 2006, the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
launched an investigation target-
ing the day care owner, suspect-
ing that she fraudulently inflated
the number of meals she claimed
to provide to the children and pro-
vided inadequate food to those
students actually in her care.
FDLE executed search warrants
at the two facilities in addition to
searching Cummings' residence.
Throughout 2007 investigators
took sworn statements from em-
ployees and from parents whose
children attended the day care
centers.
"My children always came
home acting like they were starv-
ing," said one parent in a sworn
statement. "We weren't sure


why. I remember one of the em-
ployees ... sayingthat she had to
take her food stamp card and buy
milk for the center because there
was no milk."
Another parent claimed in a
sworn statement that she picked
up her children from Kids N
All around 10 p.m. three or four
times and that in each case, "I ...
was told by staff that the children
still needed to be fed because
they weren't fed dinner at the
center. I was told one time that
the children didn't eat because
they were supposed to eat green
beans but they were 'expired'."
In order to receive free and
reduced meals, parents had to
apply with Florida's Depart-
ment of Children and Families.
Many parents claimed they had
not filled out the free and re-
duced meal applications on file
with DCF and said the applica-
tions were fraudulent. Several
parents added that the spelling of
their children's names, their food
stamp case numbers and the So-
cial Security numbers written on
the applications were incorrect.
One former employee said that
when vendors delivered food to
the facility, it didn't stay- long.
"When the food came in, Cum-
mings would pick it up in her car
and take it away from the cen-
ter," the ex-employee said. "She
would take the majority of the
food."
"Meals were prepared in the
microwave," the ex-employee
added. "I remember one time I
had to serve frozen peanut butter


and jelly Uncrustables. Meals
were thrown together and not
balanced."
Another staff member claimed
the owner often shuttled food be-
tween the Gainesville and Starke
facilities.
Some parents also said their
children did not attend Kids N All
on the dates Cummings claimed
to have served them meals.
Assistant State Attorney Mi-
chael Becker said the lenient
terms of Cummings' plea agree-
ment stemmed from the fact that
between 2007 and 2010, officials
from the U.S. Justice Department
told local prosecutors that they
intended to file federal charges
against Cummings because the
free and reduced meal funding
originated from Washington.
Becker added that, later, Justice
Department officials changed
their minds and by the time the
case was referred back to the
state attorney's office, the stat-
ue of limitations on the charges
were in danger of expiring and
the memories of witnesses had
deteriorated.
According to court papers,
Cummings requested that Senior
Judge Elzie M. Sanders withhold
adjudication at sentencing. Beck-
er said that stipulation would
have allowed the defendant to
obtain professional licenses and
continue to compete for state
contracts. However, the state at-
torney's office did not agree to
the term and Judge Sanders adju-
dicated Cummings guilty.


Testing finds no contamination at park


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Eflitor


Groundwater testing found no
contamination at the Edwards
Road Ball Park, according to
Starke Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson.
Thompson said Advanced En-
vironmental Technologies tested
property near the park the city is
considering purchasing as well
as adjacent land and right of way
and found nothing to indicate
that benzeniFeO'cTlMTfratio-n from
the Tidewater property (owned
by Hercules Inc.) just north of
the park had spread to the south.
Commissioner Tommy
Chastain wanted to know how
that was possible if the water un-
derground was flowing toward
the park. AET's Gerald Robin-
son confirmed there was no con-
tamination from either Tidewater
or the Department of Transpor-
tation property where fuel tanks
were also located. He further as-
sured that the state would require
the owner of the contaminated
site to put in monitoring wells
and confirm every five years that


contamination had not spread.
Robinson said the contamina-
tion is a significant enough dis-
tance away that it is not expected
to become a threat to the park
property.
"You're not talking about the
head of the sitake, you're talking
about the tail of the snake. Once
it gets down there, it will dilute
out," he said.


An air test was not deemed year.
necessary by AET, although
Robinson did warn if there was
demiolitioio 6 ffit'\vork that"
could stir up asbestos in the for-
mer Riverside Uniform building,
remediation would be required.
Since some work would be tak-
ing place, the city commission
wanted to know the cost of as- JS
bestos testing or remediation be-
fore taking any further action.
The commission has not com-
mitted to purchasing the Riv-
erside building, in part because
of lingering safety questions.
Commissioners don't want to
buy and convert the building for
recreation programs before child
safety has been assured.
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Lila Sellars, Paula Register and Chessie Flanders help out with items from the Brad-
ford County Education Foundation live auction.


CHAMBER
Continued from page 2A ,

the year, and achieving them will
-require focusing on three things:
increasing membership, provid-
ing support for economic devel-
opment, and improving relation-
ships with local government,
schools and civic groups. The
area served by the chamber- -
Bradford and Union counties and
the Lake Region-have all of the
resources necessary to prosper,
but cooperation is required.
"This will be a team effort,"
Scott said.


Bridal show set
in Keystone
Everyone is cordially invited
to attend the Champion's Heart
Bridal Show on Sunday after-
noon, Feb. 13, from 1-4 p.m., at
the new Champion's Heart Fel-
lowship Hall located at 205 Mag-
nolia Ave. and Azalea Park (for-
mally St. Anne's) in Keystone
Heights.


Outgoing board members
Harry Hatcher (Western Steer)
and Dean Weaver (Watson Re-
alty) were honored, and the new
board was sworn in for the year,
including: Chairman Scott, Past
Chairman O'Neal (New River
Regional Landfill), Chairman
Elect Amber Roberts-Crawford
(Swift Creek Realty), Treasurer
Rusty Greek (The Office Shop),
Dr. Virgil Berry (Back and Neck
Pain Clinic), Carlton Faulk
(Union County school superin-
tendent), Steve Futch (Jones Gal-
lagher Funeral Homes), Rhonda
Hamilton (Lake Area Physical
Therapy), Jerome Johns (Com-


A tax-deductible donation for
guest admissions will be $7; par-
ticipating vendor admission will
be $25. Tickets can be purchased
at the.door the day of the event.
Local vendor booths will be
set up to provide ideas and in.-
formation for all .your wedding
needs stich as catering, pho-
tography, hair stylists, flowers,
wedding gowns, tuxes, brides'
maid dresses and, of course, the -


munity State Bank), John Miller
(Bradford County Telegraph),
Beth Moore (Bradford County
school superintendent), Jeff
Oody (Capital City Bank), Frank
Patterson (Showcase Advertis-
ing), Jennie Reed (Community
State Bank Lake Butler), Doug
Reddish (Reddish and White
CPA), Paula Register (Hampton
Lake Bed and Breakfast), Lila
Sellars (Bradford County Com-
mission), Tommy Tomlinson
(Clay Electric Cooperative) and
Vaughan (Bradford's supervisor
of elections).


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an exclusive bridal fashion show
scheduled to begin 3 p.m. in the
Champion's Heart Sanctuary.
For further information in-
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please contact Renee Harp at
352-478-2098 or e-mail renee@
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dedication. hard \\ork and sac-
rifice thaL %e are free. Stearns
" rote.
"All of our veterans are he-
roes. They are true patriots," he
wrote, adding that the Hampton
Veterans Memorial is a testa-
ment to the pride the community
holds for the men and women
who serve in the military.
Jim Lynch, retired veterans
service officer from Alachua
County, also spoke, recalling
veterans from the World Wars,
Vietnam' and the Middle East,


School board
meeting in
Brooker
The Feb. 14 Bradford County
School Board meeting ,will be
held at Brooker Elementary
School. A walkthrough of the
school wilflBegin at 5 p.m. ,ith
the board meeting to follow lt 6
p.m.


and he recalled Maj. Rogers with
his numerous commendations
who died serving his country.
But when he looks at a veterans
memorial, he said he doesn't see
a monument to any single indi-
vidual, military branch or war.
"What I do see is a commu-
nity that came together to build
an everlasting monument paying
tribute to all who have stepped


For more information, please
call 904-966-6018.

Emergency
management
group meeting
The Bradford County Local
Mitigation Committee Working
Group will meet in the Emer-
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up, put on the uniform and car-
ried on a rich military tradition of
protecting not only our country,
but to come to the aid of those
unable to defend themselves,"
Lynch said. "This memorial is
proudly dedicated to each and
every United States veteran.
They deserve nothing less."


at 945B N. Temple Ave. behind
the Bradford County Courthouse
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This meeting is open to the pub-
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If you require special accom-
modations in order to attend this
meeting, please contact June
Neats at 904-966-6321 one at
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Writer talks about 'real' Florida at Melrose Library


. BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Florida has its cities and its
modern culture, but go
swimming in the wrong place
and you just might wind up
getting eaten by a dinosaur.
That's now writer Jeff
Klinkenberg describes the dual
nature of Florida-a state that
has "what Northerners would
call culture," but underneath
that culture and modern,
technologically advanced
world is the "real" Florida, a
world full of interesting
characters and various
dangerous critters, such as the
alligators that Klinkenberg
likes to refer to as those
dinosaurs that pose a threat to
swimmers.
I-,"lt's a pretty remarkable
state when you think about
%what can happen here,"
Klinkenberg said. "For a
writer, it's just too good to be
true. That's not the expression
I'm looking for, but there are a
lot of things to write about in
Florida for somebody who is
serious and who is really into
iV,"
'There is a lot to write about
and a lot of people interested


Jeff Klinkenberg signs a copy of his book, "Seasons
of Real Florida," for Pat Coburn.


in reading about it if the
turnout at the Melrose Public
Library on Jan. "14 was any


indication. An expected crowd
of 70 became one of over 100
as Klinkenberg dropped by to


talk about the state he has
chronicled for the past 34
years as a writer for the St.
Petersburg Times.
It was not lost on
Klinkenberg, who is promoting
his new book, "Pilgrim in the
Land of Alligators," that he ws
speaking in the place the late
Al Burt once called home.
Klinkenberg said the St.
Petersburg Times has given
him the chance to try to be
Burt by allowing him to travel
throughout the state and
writing about the 'people and
places that make Florida
unique.
"I'm very proud that I'm
here at the home of Al Burt
and the home of Chiappini's,
which I've actually written
about," Klinkenberg said.
For Klinkenberg, his writing
has simply become an
extension of his love of
Florida, which developed as a
child who loved to fish and be
outdoors while growing up in
the southern part of the state
after his parents moved from
Chicago.
Klinkenberg said his mother
hated Florida from the start.


She was a city girl who moved
there in the middle of summer.
It was hot and raining. No one
had air-cohditioning back then.
There were slugs and huge
palmetto bugs.
"(My father) had brought her
to the Amazon," Klinkenberg
said.
She may have hated Florida,
but she loved people.
"She was a great
storyteller," Klinkenberg said.
"She'd go down that street and
come back, and she could
weave this tapestry of stories
about the people she had met
that day."
Klinkenberg said his father
was quieter, but he loved the
outdoors and loved to fish-a
love he passed on to his son.
As a high school student,
Klinkenberg said he was
hapless when it came to girls.
Not that he wasn't interested in
girls or didn't want a
girlfriend, but he also wanted
to do things such as waking up
at 5 a.m. to go fishing.
Klinkenberg joked he and
some of his friends founded
the "Boys without Dates
Society." Its members took


part in such activities as
catching snakes in the-
Everglades, which resulted in
their hands being bitten and
covered in snake musk.
"Most snakes, believe it or
not, don't want to be handled,"
Klinkenberg said.
The snake-catching outings
made for a group of guys the
girls weren't exactly jumping
up and down to be with.
"You can imagine what it
was like in August,"
Klinkenberg said. "It's hot.
We're in a car without air-
conditioning. Our hands are
bleeding. They smell of snake
musk.
"I will tell you, teenage
boys-their personal hygeine
often leaves a lot to be desired.
We smelled bad."
Klinkenberg went from
being covered in snake musk
to being covered in
mosquitoes. One of the
columns he wrote for the St.
Petersburg Times chronicled
his visit to Flamingo and the
Everglades National Park-
during the time when concerns

See FLORIDA page 8B


Student safety concerns


prompt game cancellations


BY CLIFF SMELLEY Butler changed that.
-Regional News/Sports Editor Earnest Williams, the
-An incident following a principal at Bradford Middle
regular-season game prompted School, declined to discuss
school officials to at least many specifics other than to
postpone Suwannee Middle say the games had been-at least
School Athletic Conference postponed as he anticipated
tournament games at Bradford meeting with the
Middle School out of concern .-- -administrators of the other
for student safety, schools involved to discuss
Bradford Middle School was possibly rescheduling the
set to host the eastern bracket games.
of the conference tournament "Our students and parents
beginning this past Monday, would really love to play,"
Jan. 24, but an incident Williams said.
following a boys' game In a news report broadcast
between Bradford and Lake by WJXT-Channel 4 of
Butler on Jan. 20 in Lake Jacksonville, Bradford boys'


head coach Michael McMillian
said, "Thursday, after the
game, we're shaking hands,
and a group of fans from Lake
Butler jumped in front of the
door and started attacking our
players."
When asked by TV
journalist -Kent -Justice to
clarify what he meant by
"attacking," McMillian
replied, "Scratching, slapping,
hitting."
Channel 4 anchors Mary
Baer and Tom Wills both said
Bradford's coach blamed the
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Lily celebrated her
it ot 1st birthday at
Western Steer

Steakhouse.
Family and friends
e enjoyed a buffet of 1
homemade desserts -
and candies
surrounded by a
warm "butterfly"
B/obbi garden onDec. 11, a ---
2010.

Lily Bryant Barksdale
G Matthew and Brandyn Barksdale would like to announce the
first anniversary of the birth of their daughter. Miss Lily Bryant
Barksdale was born on Dec. 11, 2009, at 6:56 p.m. She
weighed seven pounds, nine ounces and measured 21 inches in
length. Lily joined big brother, James Wesley (then 4 1/2).
Grandparents are Julie and Brian Baldwin and James and
Bobbie Sue O'Brian of Starke, Greg and Judy Padgett of
Hawthorne and Robby Barksdale of Humbolt, Tenn.
Great-grandparents are Harley and Betty Hazen of Starke,
Robert and Barbara Barksdale of Humbolt, Tenn., Linton and
Carol Buckhalter of Hawthorne and Jerry and Pat Baldwin of
Hampton.


\Births


Tristyn Mackenzie Allen

STristyn Mackenzie
| Allen
Staccie Anne and
Christopher L. Allen of
Gainesville announce the birth
::of their daughter, Tristyn
zMackenzie Allen on Jan. 11,
:2011, in Shands Hospital in
-K Gainesville.
Tristyn weighed seven
* pounds, one ounce and
-measured 18.5 inches at birth.
STristyn joins siblings Todd
-L. Allen, Thomas Blake Allen '
=and Camden Leigh Allen.
Maternal grandparents ara
E'enn., and,. Larry. Nipp, of,.
5 o m p a n b ,B e a dh ? ,'^ ".-' ;o .
: Paternal grandparents are
'Linda and Larry Allen of
.:Melrose.


:Lake Butler
_Social Club

meets this
Saturday
The Lake Butler Social Club
meets this Saturday, Jan. 29, at
the Lake Butler Elementary
School cafetorium. A potluck
dinner begins at 7 .p.m.,
follo~cd by dancing from 8
-5.m. until 11 p.m.
Dress is casual dressy and
,.special occasion.
Admission for guests $8.
Please call Judy at 904-397-
'0267 or Gale at 386-496-2776
;- for more information.

Crosshorn
_Ministries to
host open
,.house Saturday
Crosshorn Ministries, an
-outdoors spiritual group open
::.to males of all ages, will host
an open house for the 'entire
-:family on Saturday, Jan. 29, at
In a.m. at Champion's Heart
-Ministries, located at 205
7 Magnolia St. in Keystone
Heights.
The event will include food,
music, prize giveaways and
other various activities, while
master turkey call maker
Lamar Williams of Starke will
donate one of' his calls-signed
by Williams-for a drawing.
Tickets for the drawing are
$5 each, or five may be
purchased for $20. Proceeds
will benefit the ministry.
World-champion water skier
- Kristi Overton Johnson will
speak on flow to be a
champion in life.
If you plan to attend, you are
Asked to RSVP so that enough
food-hot dogs, hamburgers,
beans and cole slaw-will be
available. You are encouraged
to bring a dessert.
Please call John Whitfield at
352-475-1904. You may also
e-mail Whitfield at.
Shuntfishwriter@aol.com.


John Edward Brown


John Edward
Brown
Jack Brown and Amber
O'Neal of Starke announce the
birth of their son, John Edward
Brown, on Jan. 13, 2011, in
Lake Butler.
Maternal grandparents are
Michelle O'Neal of Lawtey
and John O'Neal of Maxville.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Clyde C. Griffis Jr. of
Lawtey and the late Roberta
Griffis.
Paternal grandparents are Ed
and Paula Brown of Lake
Butler.: Paterrial -' great-
grandparents are Audrey and
Bob Brown of Jacksonville.


Boots-N-BBQ
bicycle ride set
for Feb. 12
In. conjunction with this
year's Santa Fe College Boots-
N-BBQ event, which is
scheduled for Feb. 10-12 at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds,
there will be a bicycle ride
sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
of Starke at 10 a.m. on
Saturday, Feb. 12.
Riders may take part in 25-
or 52-mile rides, which start at
the fairgrounds.

Registration is $35 prior to
Feb. 8 and $40 afterward.
Price includes T-shirt,
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ILetters to the Editor ..


In reference to
'A call to the
black church'
Dear Editor:
This letter is in reference to
"A call to the blacd church" in
last week's letters to tlie editor,
First, the situation you
watched standing on the
comer. If you saw drugs
change hands, if you saw
money exchanged for those
drugs, you were a witness to a
crime. Alerting the proper
authorities would be the way
to handle that particular
situation. I would not advocate
any church member interject
themselves in such a volatile
environment.
The call to act should be to
everyone: the church, the
community as a whole, city,
county, state and the nation.
The drug problem in our
communities is an ongoing one
and it will take all of us to
solve it.
The African Methodist
Episcopal Church has never
been and never will be a do
nothing or "passive"
institution. Richard Allen
formed the AMEC because,
after the Revolutionary War,
negroes were discouraged
from worshiping with white
congregations. In November
1787, Richard Allen and other
African-Americans were asked
to leave St. George's Methodist
Church in Philadelphia. Allen
did not lose faith in
Christianity. Instead, he set
about organizing a new
denomination, the AMEC in
1816. Richard Allen became
its first bishop. The AMEC is
active in and supports many
organizations that promote
social, economical, educational
and political equality and
change in our community as
well as many other
denominations.
The vision of the NAACP is
to ensure a society in which all
individuals have equal rights,
without discrimination based
on race. That includes the drug
user, the, drug d~Jeqr .and the
families these actions impact. ,
We invite you and everyone
to join the NAACP and the
CCBC, or any like-missioned
nonviolent organization of


Feb. 12 and a barbecue meal.
For more information, please
call 352-395-5355, or log onto
the Web site
www.bootsnbbq.com.
If you or your business is
interested in sponsoring a mile
marker along the bike route,
please call Barry Warren at
352-494-3326.
All proceeds from Boots-N-
BBQ events go toward funding
Santa Fe College scholarships
for Bradford County students.
For more information on
Boots-N-BBQ, visit the
aforementioned Web site, or
call 352-395-5355 or 904-964-
5382 (extension 5355). E-mail
inquiries may be sent to
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change in our community, city,
county, state and the nation.
We cannot hold others
accountable for what they did
not see. You saw it. Next time,
get off the comer and do
something. Call the authorities.
I think Dr. M.L. King Jr.
would be proud of that.
Deborah Walker Sims

In response to
'A call to the
black church'
Mr. Davis:
I would like to try and
answer a question you asked,
and, of course, this is just my
opinion and this is not to single
out a person or church.
If you listen to what we are
taught each Sunday, it's all
about me, myself and I. It's a
message of "worry about
yourself and no one else
matters," I got mine you get
yours," and "bless me, Lord."
Not "How can I be a blessing
to someone else?"
We say praises go 'up,
blessings come down, but I
thought the church was to
bless the people. I was taught
that I have to give an account
of my own soul salvation.
That's true, but I am also my
brother's keeper.
I was one of those "church
goers" until the Lord started
dealing with me about the way
his church is operating today. I
was concerned whether this
feeling was of God or Satan,
so to keep from hurting the
church, I left. But, what
surprised me more was no one
came to see why I had left. So
when you say "no one looked
across the streets" that doesn't
surprise me. I was one of them,
and they didn't look to see
why I was across the street.
"How think ye? If a nian
have an hundred sheep, and
one of them be gone astray,
doth he not leave the ninety
and nine, and goeth into the
mountains, and seeketh that
which is gone astray?"


(Mathew 18:12).
But, in all of this I found
that it was God who was
dealing with me. He was
telling me we have lost the
vision of the church.
Vincent McCray


Becoming a big
loser...
Dear Editor:
I just completed the third
week of the Biggest Loser
Contest at Mind and Body
Fitness. Six groups are
participating with over 100
pounds lost so far.
Don Thompson of the health
department spoke about
diabetes and how it can turn
your life upside down. Making
changes is a matter of trying to
learn what works for you.
Every person is different.
Educating yourself about
nutrition and exercise and how
they affect your body is
important. ,


Don gave examples of the
amount of exercise it takes to
offset what you eat. Is it really
a "treat" when ...
I slice of pumpkin pie =
run five miles
I slice of pecan pie = run
six miles
*I pint of ice cream = ruin
1.5 hours
1 cup mashed potatoes =
run 2.5 miles
1 cup of gravy = run two
miles
That makes you think
twice-is that treat really
worth the effort it will take to
offset it?
This week, with a
combination of good nutrition
and six one-hour workouts in
the gym, I lost nine pounds, for
a three-week total of 24
pounds. Adding exercise has
helped me remain focused. I
feel better and have more
energy. And I'm looking
forward to next week.
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LEFT: Noel Crane controls the ball between two West Nassau players in the District
4-3A semifinals. RIGHT: Morgan Gibbs gets her head on the ball in front of a Bishop
Snyder player in the championship game.


Lady Indians are district


runners-up after 2-0 loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights had a
couple of good looks at the
goal, but could not convert in a
2-0 loss to Bishop Snyder in
the District 4-3A girls'
championship match, which
was played on Jan. 21 in
Interlachen.
Bishop Snyder (16-2) scored
both of its goals in the second
half and will now host District
3 runner-up Fernandina Beach
(12-6-1) in the regional
quarterfinals on Thursday, Jan.
27. *
As District 4 runaer-up, the
Indians (12-5-2) will travel to
Jacksonville for a Jan. 27
quarterfinal game against
Bolles (18-6-1).
It was a scoreless game
when Keystone's Noel Crane
took a solid shot on goal in the
16"h minute, but her attempt
was just wide of its mark.
.Approximately 15 minutes
later, Crane took a penalty kick'
from 19 yards out, the result of
which was teammate Madison
Colaw had a chance for a shot
right in front of the net, but
goalkeeper Sarah Fisher made
the close-in save.


Tori Beasley takes a
corner kick for the Indi-
ans in the semifinal win
over West Nassau.


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Madison Colaw
is shown dur-
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4-3 semifinal
win over West
Nassau. Colaw
scored the
game-winning
goal in the final
minute to send
Keystone to the
district cham-
pionship game
against Bishop
Snyder.


31 minute.
Bishop Snyder scored again

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SAFETY
Continued from Page 1B
incident on a group of adults
who became violent toward his
players, though. McMillian
made no mention of adults
during his on-air interview
with Justice.
Lt. Doug York of the Union
County Sheriff's Office, who
said he wished Channel 4
would've contacted his office,
said there was some shoving
going on as the two teams tried
to make their way to their
respective locker rooms after
the game. However, based on
statements taken by three
Union County Sheriff's
deputies, nothing occurred that
warranted any arrests.
Still, there seemed to be
plenty of emotion afterward as
students and adults vented on
Internet venues like Facebook.
Therefore, when he was asked
by administrators from both
schools for his opinion on
playing the games scheduled
for this week, York said he
thought it was best not to.
"We needed to allow some
type of cool-down period," he
said.
Jerry Graybeal, the principal
at Lake Butler Middle School,
said chances are the games
could've been played as
originally scheduled with no
incidences occurring, but the
administrators at both schools
felt they couldn't take that
chance after what happened on
Jan. 20.
"The first thing we have to
do is look out for the safety of
our kids," Graybeal said.
York said the basketball
game was no different from
any other 'in that fans got
excited and seemed to take
issue with fouls called against
their respective teams. There
was a lot of talking after the



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schools, but it was the actions
of at least four individuals that
seemed to escalate the
situation, York said.
No one gave a statement to a
sheriff's deputy after the gym
was cleared that he or she was
a victim of such an act that
would result in someone being
arrested, York said. Therefore,
any action that results from the
incident, especially in regard
to those individuals who were
responsible for making it a
matter that required school
administrators and law
enforcement to get involved,
will be taken by the schools.
"I don't control vwho's
suspended," York said. "That's
a school issue."
York said there seems to be


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did not get involved or did not
do so immediately, but that
was not the case, he said.
There were already two
deputies at the game to begin
with, while another two JAlped
calm things down and take
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Graybeal said he
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Union County Sheriff's
deputies-including, school
resource officer James
Crews-and administrators
from both schools that were
present for reacting to the
situation as soon as it
happened.
"It was just an unfortunate
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IObituaries *I -L vn,,..


Hilda Dey


Hilda Ritchey Dey
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Hilda Ritchey Dey, 88, of
Keystone Heights died Tuesday,
Jan. 18, 2011, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville after a brief illness.
She was born on Jan. 23, 1922, in
Poriage Township, Penn., to
Clarence and Lois Ritchey. Mrs.
Dey had lived in Keystone
Heights since 1961.
She was a descendant of
American colonists who moved
from Virginia to Bedford, Penn.,
following the French and Indian
Wars, and later settled in Blair and
Cambria counties, Penn. The other
line of her ancestors were the
original settlers of Clearfield
County, Pennsylvania.
Following high school, Mrs.
Dey enrolled in the Conemaugh
School of Nursing in Johnstown,
Penn. This school was founded by
Clara Barton following the
Johnstown flood in 1889 and is
one of the oldest in the nation.
Following graduation in 1944, she
was to have gone into the Army;
however, due to the shortage of
civilian nurses, she was released
to become nursing supervisor of
pediatrics at Conemaugh Valley
Regional Memorial Hospital.
At the end of WWII she moved
io Philadelphia to work at Doctors
Hospital, where she met and
married a young Philadelphian,
Joseph Dey. They were married
50 years before his death in 1996.
After. moving to Florida, Mrs.
Dey .continued her nursing career
at Alachua General Hospital and
Bradford County Hospital. In
1964 she began to pursue her
childhood goal of becoming a
teacher. She received the bachelor
of arts in education (summa cum
ltu:de), and master of education
degrees from the University :of
Florida. She taught throughout her
career at Bradford County "High
School and taught several
generations of students. She is
well remembered by her students
for courses in humanities and
history and as a positive influence
upon many lives. One of her
nurses in her final illness was a


former student Lori Shinn
Williams, who admired her
greatly.
Mrs. Dey was q member of Phi
Kappa Phi academic" honorary,
Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International (women in
education), Keystone United
Methodist Church, Women's Club
of Keystone Heights, and
Daughters of Union Veterans of
Benjamin Harrison Tent #2,
During her life, Ms. Dey was
interested in improving
educational opportunities for all
through public libraries. She was
President of the Portage, Penn.,
Friends of the Library when it
received a public library for that
town. She was appointed by Gov.
Reuben Askew as a delegate to the
Florida Governor's Conference on
Libraries. She was an avid reader
and loved to travel, making many
trips to Europe and the British
Isles. She was an enthusiastic
bingo and bridge player.
Mrs. Dey is survived by: her
children, Lorraine (Dr. F.
William) Summers of Tallahassee,
Deborah (Lt. Col. Douglas) Rudd
of Keystone Heights and William
Louis (Ellen) Dey of Danville,
Va.; her sister, Sarah Hoffower of
McAllen, Texas; her brother
Eldon (Beverly) Ritchey of The
Villages; four grandchildren,
Matthew Rudd of Tallahassee;
Andrew Rudd of Keystone
Heights, Douglas Dey and
Rebecca Dey, both of Danville,
Va. She is also survived by many
devoted nieces and nephews.t.
The family wishes to extend
their appreciation to Dr. Joelle
Innocent-Simon (her former
student and, physician), Tracy
Culpepper (devoted caregiver) and
Irene Wainwright (her former
student), who comforted the
family during her last days
The family will receive friends
one hour prior to the service at the
church. Funeral services for Mrs.
Dey will be held Friday, Jan. 21,
at 3 p.m. in the Keystone Heights
United, Methodist Church with
Pastor Don Corbit officiating.
Burial will follow at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
The family requests that, in lieu
of flowers, contributions be sent in
her memory to the Conemaugh
School of Nursing, 1086 Franklin
St., Johnstown, PA 15905-4398.
Attn: Deborah Price.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home,
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Ivol Henry Dicks
LAKE BUTLER-Ivol Henry
Dicks, 84, of Lake Butler passed
away Sunday, Jan. 23, 2011, at the
Avalon Care Center in Lake City
following a brief illness.
Mr. Dicks was born in
Columbia County and lived most
of his life in Union County. He
was a farmer, but also retired from
the U.S. Postal Service as a mail
carrier. He was the son of the late
Ollie Dicks and Lizzie Williams
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his wife, Letha Brown Dicks; two
brothers, Harvey and Earl Dicks;
and a sister, Oralee Milton.
He is survived by: a daughter,
Marilyn (Denny) Williams of
Lake City; a son, Dale (Sheila)
Dicks of Lake Butler; and two
grandchildren, Scott Dicks and
Jennifer Dicks.
Graveside funeral services were
held Jan. 26 in the Hopewell
Baptist Church Cemetery with
Elder Wendell Nettles conducting
the services. Interment will follow
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.


Alton Lamar Dowdy


Alton Dowdy'
LAWTEY-Altoni : Lamar
Dowdy, 65, of Lawtey passed
away on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011.
Mr. Dowdy was born in Jessup,
Ga., on March 13, 1945, to the late
Benjamin Franklini Dowdy and
Carrie Mae Dowdy. He had lived
in Bradford County for 25 years,
after moving here from
Jacksonville.
He was preceded in death by
his brothers, Kenneth, Franklin,
and Bo Dowdy.
Mr. Dowdy is survived by: his
wife of 35 years, Cindy Dowdy of
Lawtey; his daughter, Sonya
(Eric) Marsh of Jacksonville; his
sister, Sylvia (Cooney) Montel of
Brunswick, Ga.; his grandsons,
Joshua and Ryan Marsh; and his
brother-in-law, Gerald Fraser.
Memorial services will be held
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.

Madeline Jones
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -'
Madeline Crosby Jones, '90,
passed away Friday, Jan. 21, 2011.
She was born on Sept. 7, 1920, in
Aucilla and grew up in Brooker.
Mrs. Crosby was the last
surviving child of Lilly and Albert
Lee Crosby Sr. She was preceded
in death by her husband of 45
years, Elmer. The couple married


on Aug. 15, 1952, in Tucson, Ariz.
They lived in California fromr-
1952-1992, where she taught fifth
grade for 35 years.
Graveside services will be held
Saturday, Jan. 29, at 11 a.m. in
Dedan Cemetery in Brooker.
Arrangements are under the care
of North Brevard Funeral Home in
Titusville.






In Loving
Memory of
Charles A. Jenkins
U.S. Navy, retired
June 9, 1909-
Jan. 28, 1999
No matter how life
changes,
No matter what I do,
A special place within my
heart is always kept for
you.
You're not just a memory,
Or part of the past,
You're with me forever, as
long as life lasts.
If I could have a single
wish and never have
another,
It would simply be to
have one hour and spend
it with my father.
We would talk about the
old times, we would laugh
and reminisce,
And just before you left
me, I'd give yoru cheek a
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Always in my heart.
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Daniel "Tree"
Skinner
Memorial Service
Daniel "Tree" Lamar
Skinner, age 52, of Starke,
passed away on December
18, 2010.
Memorial services will
be held on Saturday,
January 29, 2011, at 11 a.m.
at Pine Grove Methodist
Church in Live Oak.


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'the toughest sermons of your life. You and Shannon had
a tight bond. For that we thank you. There wasn't a dry
eye the day of her funeral.
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home -Our daughter looked
beautiful and your kindness and gentleness were
something we'll never forget.
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Shannon by Natalie Grant (Held) was so deserving.
Mrs. Terri Carpenter-The song that you dedicated for
Shannon to her Dad was one of Shannon's and her
Dad's favorites, "Jesus Bring the Rain."
Mr. Mark Smith-For your expertise running the tech
desk that day and making us a CD (fantastic).. .
Mr. Herb Sellers, Mr. Mark Smith and Pastor Steve-
for being at Shannon's home the night she passed with
all the prayers that were offered.
All the elders and deacons at our church, all our church
members, all of our friends and family that traveled
from new Jersey.
The prayers, flowers, food and cards were
overwhelming and so thoughtful. And to everyone who
has been to the cemetery with flowers and mementos,
thank you.
We finally heard from the medical examiner's office on
Jan. 19. Shannon's actual cause of death was Acute
Pyogenic (Bacterial) Meningitis..The only outcome
from this form of meningits was death. It attacked her
very fast. We are only posting this to put all who knew
her at ease. In her short 27 years, she probably lived
life more to the fullest that we would ever hope to. Her
dog Samba (named after a pair of high heels) is now
living with Al Jr., 'our daughter-in-law Mary, 'and our
granddaughter Sydney. Samba is adjusting to her new
dad and mom. We hope this final outpour of love for
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Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5



Obituaries


Doris Jowers
MELROSE-Doris Hutto
Jowers, 94, of Melrose passed
away on Friday, Jan. 21, 2011.
Mrs. Jowers was born in
Denmark, S.C., and moved to the
Melrose/Keystone Heights area in
1963.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Earl; her daughter
and son-in-law, Barbara and Philip
Seigler; and her son, Jerry.
Mrs. Jowers is survived by: her
son, Mike (Leona) Jowers; six
grandchildren, 15 great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 29, at 2 p.m. at
Eliam Cemetery in Melrose.
Arrangements are under the care
df Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Leroy Keith
LAKE BUTLER-Leroy
Roosevelt "Pac Man" Keith, 49, of
Lake Butler passed away
Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, at the
Methodist Hospital in Houston,
Texas, following a brief illness.
Mr. Keith was born in
Gainesville on Aug. 25, 1961, and
moved to Houston eight months
ago from Lake Butler.
He was a cable installer and
served in U.S. Army..
Mr. Keith is survived by: his
wife, Latangaiee Keith of Lake
Butler; sons, Steve Keith,
Reginald Keith and Terrance
Keith, all of Macclenny;
stepchildren, Jameka Ruise, Daryl
Watkins and Alisa Ridgeway, all
of Lake Butler; brothers,
McKinley (Kalisha) Keith,
Kenneth (Rosland) Keith, both of
Atlanta, Ga., Lawrence Keith,
Jamie Nelson, and Reginald Keith,
all of Gainesville, Sammy
(Laticia) M6Clenton of South
Carolina, and Charles (Latonya)
Nelson of Kentucky.
The family will receive friends
on Friday; Jan. 28, at J. Hadley
Funeral Home on North Temple
Avenue in Starke from 4-7 p.m.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, Jan. 29, at Community
Revival Outreach Ministries in
Lake Butler with the Rev. Le-onard
Watkins conducting the services.
Interment will be i3 Fort Call
Cemetery under the care of J.
Hadley Funeral Home of Starke.

Marian Long
STARKE-Marian Dowling
Long, 88, of Starke, left to be with
her Heavenly Father on Sunday,
Jan. 23, 2011, from Lakeland
Regional Medical Center in
Lakeland.
MIrs. Ipg was born in Fort
1aj-ee (Hampton)-'io"tohe late
Earnest Jackson Dowlhng Sr. and
Cleone Moore Dowling, on Feb.
8, 1922.
Marian was a registered nurse
and received her training at
Riverside Hospital School of
Nursing in 1943. Nurse Long then
worked in Starke for Dr. Mark
Herlong, Dr. A.J. Barry and Dr.
H.H. Adams, for whom she
worked with for over 50 years.
When Dr. Adams semi-retired
from private practice, Nurse Long
was employed by E.I. DuPont
Company as their industrial plant
nurse. There, she also worked with
Dr. Peter J. Gianas, until her
retirement in 1999. She
thoroughly enjoyed her hobbies of
antiques and collecting. She was
an avid Florida Gator and Tim
Tebow fan, as well as a wonderful
storyteller.
Marian was preceded iA death
by her husband, Eugene "Gene"
Milton Long, her twin sister,
Helen Dowling Lee in June of
2010, and her brothers, Earnest
Jackson Dowling Jr. and William
Ennis Dowling.
She is survived by: her
daughters, Mary Ann (Dan) Pater
of Columbia, S.C., and Helen Jane
"Sissy" Long (Chuck) Black of
Lakeland; her granddaughter,
Stephanie Pater of Chicago, Ill.,
and great-grandson, Michael
Mackenzie Welsh, of Chicago.
She is also survived by her loving
nieces and nephews, and her dear
friend, Jane Adams Farnsworth, of
Starke. Her precious retrievers,
Bubby and Sophia Cleone, miss
her deeply. *
Nurse Long touched the hearts
of so many patients and dear
friends and co-workers, whom she
treasured.
Visitation services will be held


Friday, Jan. 28, from 5:30-8:30
p.m. at Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home at 620 Nona St. in Starke.
Graveside services will be held
Saturday, Jan. 29 at 10:30 a.m. in
Crosby Lake Cemetery:
At her request, in lieu of
flowers, donations can be made to
the Florida Baptist Children's
Home, 1015 Sikes Blvd.,
Lakeland, FL 33815, or Good
Shepherd Hospice, 115 S.
Missouri Ave., Suite 500,
Lakeland, FL 33815.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Randall Mobley Sr.
MACCLENNY-Randal Leon
Mobley Sr., 63, of Macclenny
passed away Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011
in the Baptist Medical Center in
Jacksonville following an
extended illness.
Mr. Mobley was born in
Jacksonville and lived in
Macclenny before beginning his
career with the Florida
Department of Corrections. He
retired in 2000 as an assistant
warden at New River Correctional
Institution in Raiford after 32
years of service. He then moved
back to Macclenny.
He was the son of the late
Willie Leon "Bill" Mobley and
Ann Lois Davis Mobley. He
graduated from Florida State
University with a degree in
criminology. He was a member of
the Masonic Lodge and was a
deacon at Macedonia Independent
Methodist Church in Baker
County.
Mr. Mobley is survived by: his
wife of 42 years, Linda A. Mobley
of Macclenny; daughters, Tina M.
-(James) Dobbs and Brenda R.
(Mike) Davis, both of Macclenny;
sons, Randall Leon (Becky)
Mobley Jr. of Lake Butler and
Jonathan Ashley (Denise) Mobley
Sr. of Macclenny; sisters Joan
Pearl Smith of Macclenny and
Karen Mobley of Glen St. Mary;
and five grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, Jan. 27, from 6-8
p.m. at Guerry Funeral Home in
Macclenny.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, Jan. 28, at 2 p.m. in
Macedonia Independent Methodist
Church with the Rev. Doug Allen,
pastor of the First Christian
Church, and the Rev. Bobby
Crews, pastor of Macedonia
Independent Methodist Church,
conducting the services. Active
pallbearers wiq be Ricky Hunter,
David Hunter, Steve Stafford,
Darryll Mobley, Clay Thomas and
Brian Thomas.
Arrangements are under the
.care of Guerry .Funeral Home.


Margie Moore
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Marjorie "Margie" D. Moore 76,
of Keystone Heights passed away
Monday, Jan. 24, 2011, at Shands
Starke.
Mrs. Moore was born in
Savannah, GA"., on July 28, 1934,
to the late Raymond and Gertrude
Jackson Gordon. Prior to her
retirement, she was a receptionist..
Mrs. Moore had moved to
Keystone Heights in' 1985 from
Jacksonville and became a
member of the First Baptist
Church where she was actively
involved in the telephone ministry.
Mrs. Moore is survived by: her
husband of 55 years, Charlie
Moore; sons, Richard Moore of
Atlanta, Ga., and Billy Rodgers
and Charles Moore, both of
Jacksonville; siblings, Les Gordon
of Keystone Heights, Catherine
Faulk of Jacksonville and Gloria
Peacock Leggett of Grandin; three
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Viewing for Mrs. Moore was
held on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from
5-7 p.m. in the Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral
services will be held in the First
Baptist Church in Keystone
Heights on Thursday Jan. 27, at II1
a.m. with Pastor Jim Prose and the
Rev. Winston Butler conducting
the services. Interment will follow
at the Keystone Heights Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Lillie Parrish
STARKE-Lillie Ethel Gainey
Parrish, 84, of Starke passed away
Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011, at her
residence, following a battle with
cancer.
Mrs. Parrish was born in
Oviedo and was raised in Lake
Butler. She was the daughter of
the late Benjamin and Donria
Stokes Gainey. She moved to
Miami at the time of her marriage
and spent 35 years there. She
moved to Bradford County in
1987 and was formerly the owner
of an employment agency. She
was a Primitive Baptist.
Mrs. Parrish was preceded in
death by her husband, Wilbur
Parrish.
She is survived by: daughters,
Brenda Parrish of' Hudson,
Beverly Lahr of Port Charlotte,
Deborah Hendricks of Woodland,
Ga., Vicki Parrott of Starke and
Gina Allen of North Port; sisters,
Nina Malloy of Jacksonville and
Evelyn Lobenthal of Worthington
Springs; a brother, Benjamin
Gainey of Cocoa; 10-
grandchildren and 14 great-
Sgrandchildren.


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22 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Ernest Allen conducting the
services. Interment followed at
Elzey Chapel Cemetery near
Worthington Springs.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archer Funeral Home.


Anthony Shaw
ST. CLOUD-Dr. Anthony
John Shaw passed away suddenly
on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2011, at
home in St. Cloud.
Dr. Shaw was a staff
veterinarian at Orange "County
Animal Services in Orlando for
almost 10 years. He was born
March 30, 1969, in Ft. Lauderdale
and moved to Melrose/Keystone
Heights in July of 1978.
He attended Faith Christian
Academy and Keystone Heights
High School, graduating in 1987.
He received a bachelor of science
degree from the University of
Florida, graduating in 1990. He
then entered the UF College of
Veterinary Medicine and
graduated in 1994.
Dr. Shaw is survived by: his
wife of 11 years, Kimberly
Hampton Shaw; his parents, Bob
and Phyllis Shaw; his brother,
Robert Dean of Melrose; his
sisters, Jill (John) Golan of Marine
City, Mich., and Lois (Doug)
McCollister of Port Huron, Mich.;
his father-in-law Gary (Racfel)
Hampton of Grandin; his mother-
in-law Sandy Hampton; and his
brother-in-law Gary (Amy)
Hampton of Orange Park.
A memorial service was held in
St. Cloud on Jan. 26 at Fisk
Funeral Home. A memorial
service will also beheld mat Lake,
Area Bible Church in Melrose on
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STARKE-Ryan Stanton
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away at his home Thursday, Jan.
20, 2011. He was born in
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Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011


Crime & Punishment


CORRECTION!
In last week's newspaper,
the charges against Marvin
Glen Crews were incorrect.
The correct information is:
Marvin Glen Crews, 39, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 11 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office deputies and charged
with violation of probation for
an' original misdemeanor
charge. He was being held on
no bond and remained in jail as
of press time.
The Telegraph apologizes
for this error.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Raymond Lee Alexander,
30, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 23 by Union County
Sheriff s Office (UCSO)
Deputy John Whitehead for
throwing a missile into a
vehicle and criminal mischief
with property damage.
Alexander allegedly threw a
concrete block through the
windshield of the victim's car.
Edwin Elisha Baker, 24, was
arrested Jan. 23 by Starke,
Police Department (SPD)
officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond J'an. 24.,
Jeffery Ryan Bassett, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 by Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO)
deputies for DUI. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 21.
James Aaron Ceballos, 29,
of Lawtey was arrested Jan. 23
by BCSO deputies for DUI. He
was released on Jan. 23.
. Derek Jumah Clark,_30,_of.
Jacdson\ille was arrested Jan*
22 b) SPD officers for
possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana, possession
of marijuana with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $35,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 22.
Arlie Lawand Conner, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
20 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $2,508 and she was
released on bond Jan. 21.
Hubert Edenfield, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 19 by Clay County
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies for domestic battery.
Richard Vern Edwards, 53,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 21
by SPD officers for buglary of
an unoccupied structure,
possession of burglary tools,
larceny and criminal mischief
with property damage. Total
bond was set at $11,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Robert William Flory, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by BCSO deputies for
altering a license plate sticker
and attaching a tag not
assigned to the vehicle.- .Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 21.
Allen Ford, 19, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Jan. 19
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for violation of
probation for an original
charge of retail theft.


Jorel Stanley Go.,'-n, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
22 by SPD officers for
possession of' marijuana with
intent to sell, possession of
more than 20 grams of
marijuana and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Bond was
set at $35,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 22.
John Griffin, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by CCSO deputies for
burglary of a dwelling and
dealing in stolen property.
Samuel Hicks, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 19 by CCSO deputies for
armed burglary of an auto and
grand theft firearm.
Timothy Dewayne Hylton,
42, of Starke was arrested Jan.
18 by SPD officers for
knowingly giving false
information to a law
enforcement officer and on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Damiau Julian, 38, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
22 by SPD officers, for
possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana, possession
of marijuana with intent to sell
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Total bond was
set at $35,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 22.
John Erkson Keen, 28, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
21 by UCSO Deputy Leslie
Crews on a warrant for failure
to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Cash bond was set at $516.
Michele Lee Kuhr, 41, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 22 and
booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,882.88 and she remained
in jail as of press time.
Thomas ltranklin Land, 20,
of Callahan was arrested Jan.
23 by SPD officers for
possession of less than 20
-grams of marijuana and
- poisesior of: .';' drug
paraphernalia. He was released


on Jan. 23.
Edward Eugene Lloyd, 42,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 20
by SPD officers for larceny
and dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $11,000 and
he was released on bond Jan.
24. .
Laura Beth Moore, 24, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
19 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Caitlyn Murby, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by CCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana, possession
of drug paraphernalia and
possession of an alcoholic
beverage by a minor.
Frederick Myers, 54, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 19 by
BCSO deputies for violation of
probation' for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
James Daniel Parker, 30, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 22 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
assault. Bond was set at $5,000
and he was released on bond
Jan. 23.
Tyson Leonard Paulk, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 22 by BCSO deputies for
larceny. He was released on
Jan. 23.
Joseph Platt, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by CCSO deputies for
burglary of a dwelling and
dealing in stolen property.
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29, following

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Saturday for its baseball,
soccer and softball programs.
Registration will take .place
at the Melrose concessions
stand this Saturday, Jan. 29, as
well as on Feb. 5 and Feb. 12.
Tryouts will be held Feb. 12.
For more information, please
call Dale Yarbrough at 352-
2.35-2143.

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Department

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certification on

Saturday, Feb. 9
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Department will host a
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Saturday, Feb. 9, at its Thomas
Street Center 'from 8:30 a.m.
until 2 p.m.
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instructor.
The fee is $45 for
certification in one sport and
$65 for certification in both.
For more information, please
call the Starke Recreation
Department at 904-964-6792.

Starke Rec.

Dept. taking

registrations for

spring ball
Thle Starke Recreation
Department is P currently
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weeks.
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a.m. League dates .are March
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Tornadoes

bounce back

from district

loss, beat Eustis
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Ya'keem Griner posted a
double-double to help the
Bradford boys' basketball
team overcome the absence of
three starters and defeat Eustis
61-40 in the Buchholz Bobcat
Shootout on Jan. 21 in


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Toner


Gainesville.
Treyonte Covington,
Tramaine. Harris and Justin
McBride missed the game for
personal reasons, but the
Tornadoes improved to 16-5
coming off of a District 4-3A
loss to Crescent City on Jan.,
20.
Griner scored 16 points and
grabbed 15 rebounds, while
Deantre Burch and Chris
Walton scored 11 and 10
points, respectively.
Darrin Blye dished out six
assists.
The Tornadoes return to
action Friday, Jan. 28, when
they host south district


opponent Keystone Heights at
7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m. On
Tuesday, Feb. 1, Bradford
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p.m.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 17 8
EHS: 8 3

Bradford (61):
Ardley 3, Blackshe
Burch 11, Griner 1
6, Johnson 2, Bria
C. Walton 10.
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Earlier result:

Crescent City 60 BHS
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Score by Quarter
CCHS: 20 15 6 19-60
BHS: 16 8 10 19-53

Bradford (53): Aldridge 6, Blye
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Regional News/Sports Editor
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which defeated struggling
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20 in Lake Butler.
Keystone (8-12 prior to Jan.

See HOOPS page 8B


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8B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011


HOOPS
Continued from Page 7B

25) \o(n for the fifth time in its
past sec en games. while e the
Tigers (9-13 prior to Jan. 22)
lost their eighth game in the
past II
CIhasc Julius scored 21
points and had file rebounds
and four assists for the Indians.
s ho \%\on their first game
against a south district
opponent since defeating
Union on Dec. 7. The Indians,
who are currently' 2-4 in the
district, goit nine points from
Ryan l.atner and eight from
Dalton (ampbell. Reggie
Thoimas had six rebounds.
Union was seeking its
second straight district win
after defeating Interlachen on
Jan. IS. The Tigers were 3-4 in
the district prior to their Jan.
22 game against Crescent City.
Isaac Johnson wvas one of
three play ers to score in double
figures for the Tigers. He led
the team with 14 points, while
Darius Corbitt and Princeton
Alexander had 12 and 10,
respectively.
Key stone. which played
south district opponent
Crescent City this past
Tuesday, will plays four
straight road games, all of
which are at 7:30 p.m.
following junior varsity games
at. 6 p.m. On Thursday, Jan.
27, the Indians play Baker
County in Glen St. Mary
before traveling to Starke to
play south district opponent
Bradford on Friday, Jan. 28.
On Monday, Jan. 31,'
Keystone travels to play
Newberry before traveling to
play Baldwin on Tuesday, Feb.
1.
The Tigers don't play again
until Feb. 1 when they travel to
Alachua to play Santa Fe at
7:30 pm. following a junior


varsity game at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 15 11 22--14-62
UCHS: 18 17 14 9-58

Keystone (62): Cody Avery 2,
Campbell 8, Curtis 2, Josh
Ergle 5, Jones 7, Julius 21,
Latner 9, Thomas 8. 3-
pointers: Ergle, Latner, Julius
3. Free throws: 5-7.

Union (58): Carl Alexander 2,
P. Alexander 10, Corbitt 12,
Daquin Edwards 3, I1. Johnson
14, Quentin Johnson 6,
Shammi Maeweather 7, D.J.
Paige 4. 3-pointers: I.
Johnson, Q. Johnson, P.
Alexander 3. Free throws: 6-
11.

Earlier UC result:

UC 76 Interlachen 65
The Tigers outscored
visiting Interlachen 27-14 in
the third quarter, taking an 18-
point lead en route to a 76-65
south District 4 win on Jan. 18.
Corbitt and Johnson each
scored 15 points as five Tigers
in all scored in double figures.
DJ. Paige and Carl Alexander
had 13 and 11 points,
respectively, while Quentin
Johnson had 10.
Isaac Johnson dished out 11
assists, while Alexander
grabbed 14 rebounds.

Score by Quarter
IHS: 12 14 14 25-65
UCHS: 17 14 27 18-76

Union (76): C. Alexander 11,
Corbitt 15, Edwards 4, I.
Johnson 15, Q. Johnson 10,
Justin Long 2, Maeweather 6,
Paige 13. 3-pointers: I.
Johnson, Paige, Q. Johnson 2.
Free throws: 4-6.


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about the West Nile Virus
were at their height -where he
and park naturalist Roy Wood
traveled to Snake Bight Road.
It's an area where the USDA
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Klinkenberg said.
He and Wood were covered
head to toe, dressed like they
were going to land on the
moon, Klinkenberg said.
The covering was no match
for the sheer multitude of
mosquitoes.
"You almost had to talk loud
to hear yourself speak,"
Klinkenberg said. "There were
just clouds of them. In fact, I
looked at Roy and I could see
he had about 50 to 60 inside
his (face) net. I realized I did,
too."
The two men eventually
made a mad dash back to
Wood's Plymout Voyager.
They ran to shake loose as
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traveling 55 miles per hour in
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known as the "Flamingo
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doors while the vehicle was
moving so as to blow out the
mosquitoes. In his column,
Klinkenberg wrote that the so-
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be executed three times.
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Quasimodo, who later became
known as "MoDo" and
eventually "MoJo." Therefore,
rather than calling wildlife
experts, he allowed the
alligator to stay on the
property. Goodman erected
fencing to keep MoJo and the
other alligators away from
Kanapaha visitors.
Later in the year of 2002,
Goodman decided to tackle the
project of removing the algae
from the ponds at Kanapaha.
He did so by wading into the
water with a net, but not before
looking to see where MoJo
was. MoJo was on the bank of
the pond farthest away.
Klinkenberg said Goodman
worked until breaking for
lunch. He returned after lunch,
but made one mistake-he
failed to look to see where
MoJo was. Goodman went into
the water and .was attacked by
the large alligator, which


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pulled him down several times,
with Goodman managing to
keep fighting his way back to
his feet. 'MoJo eventually
began what is known as the
"death roll."
"He's doing that, but Don
realizes, 'I'm not spinning.
Why am I not spinning?' He
looks down and sees that he is
connected to MoJo by a string
of his own flesh," Klinkenberg
said.
Klinkenberg said Goodman
realized MoJo was going to
take part of him or all of him,
so he made the decision it was
only going to be part of him.
Goodman broke the string of
flesh and backed his way out
of the pond.
"Ten minutes later, he's in
this amazing hospital in
modern Florida," Klinkenberg
said. "They're trying to repair
the damages made by real,
Florida."
Real Florida isn't always so
dangerous. Take Gary Revell


of Sopchoppy, who carries on
the family tradition of worm
grunting. Klinkenberg wrote a
column on Revell, meeting the
man, his wife and son at 4:30
a.m. one morning. They
traveled into the Apalachicola
National Forest, where the
family went to work. Utilizing
pieces of different types of
wood called "stobs" and iron
bars, Revell and his.son began
the task of bringing worms
from the earth.
"It sounded like the world's
largest bullfrog," Klinkenberg
said, adding you could feel the
vibrations produced by the act
up to 100 feet away.
Klinkenberg gave it a go and
was amazed to find he could
only do it for a couple of
minutes beside being in good
shape.

"I'm a guy who rides his
bike a lot," he said, "but I was
like out of breath and ready to
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OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday
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Minimum charge is $9.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
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42 Motor
Vehicles &
Accessories
2001 GMC BOX TRUCK,
built in shelves. Great
work truck, $3,500. Call
904-964-6305.
2001 CHEVY TRUCK, ex-
tended cab, 4 x 4, nice
transportation. Can be
financed ith payments
under $3 $7,300. Call
364-9022. ,
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not Call 352-
445-3909.
2005 LEXUS RX330. Metal-
lic silver/grey leather. 69K
miles, GPS, moon roof,
loaded, super clean, ga-
rage kept, original owner.
$21K located in Starke
area. Contact or message
at 386-336-1430.
CASH PAID for junk ve-
hicles, $225 & up, no
title needed, free towing,
352-406-6914
99 F250 CLUB CAB w/
door, factory hauling
package, runs great, cold"
A/C $3,900 OBO. Pick-up
trade in OK. Call 352-473-
5745.
43 RV's and
Campers
1978 DODGE MOTOR
HOME runs great 73,000
actual miles, cold A/C,
$2.500. Pick-up trade in
ok. Call 352-473-5745.
44 Boats &
ATV's
JOHNSON 6HP BOAT
MOTOR $300 In good
condition. Call 904-769-
2367.
FIBERGLASS 13' W/15 HP
& trailer, flat bottom, shal-
low water, very stable, all
excellent, $1,300 Call
352-473-5745


2005 POLARIS RANGER
168 Hrs. 5Opcc, 4 x 4, EFI,
great shape. $6,500 OBO.
Call 904-964-3359.
45 Land for Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak.
trees, ready for home
or mobile home. Asking
$7,500. Call 904-631-
3594.'
1 ACRE, SAMPSON CITY
$5,995. Also 2 acres,
Sampson City, $10,900.
Mobile homes allowed.
Also, 9 acres in Graham
w/creek, $39,900. Call
352-222-3589.
MUST SELL! 4 lotson Cros-
by Lake Canal, $20,000.
Call 904-782-3734.

47 Commercial
Property I
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
eence room kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395,
WAREHOUSE 3,000 sq. ft.
with a 12 foot over head
door $800 per month. OF-
FICE SPACE 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,200 per month. 1.800
sq. ft. on Edwards road
for $1,200 Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
OFFICE SPACE DOWN-
TOWN. Reception area,
3 offices, kitchen, 2 bath-
rooms, $750 per month.
Call 904-364-9022.


COMMERCIAL OFFICE
retail space for rent. 1100
sq. ft. $1,100 per month.
Call 352-235-1675. US
301 Frontage.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on 100 in the heart of
,Starke, great location for
office space $1,100 per
month. Call Stephanie
at Charnelle Whittemore
Realty 904-477-6522.
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
on 301 with 1400+ sq.
ft. with open floor plan
and completely updated,
$1,100. Call Stephanie
at Charnelle Whittemore
Realty 904-477-6522.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
LAND HOME PACKAGE
starting at $79,900 up to
$130,000. Your land or
ours, well, septic tank,
power pole. Call 386-
623-4218.
USED 'DOUBLE WIDES
and single w4des. Larg-
est selection in North FL.
All price ranges starting
at 5K and up. Call 386-
623-4218.
NEED A HOME we have
investor financing or in
house with large down
payment. Call Mike at
386-623-4218 and win.
GOVERNMENT LOANS
FHA/VA/Conventional.
Need 16 customers
for FHA/VA financing.
VA-No down payment


Land owners-no down
payment. FHA-very little
down. No credit neces-
sary. 5% interest rate on
all new homes, WAC. Call
Tom at 386-418-0424.
GENE, JIM & ROY'S. All
new 13th Street Home
Sales has re-opened be-
tween Gainesville and
Alachua. All 2010 models
must go! Free furniture
with all lot models and
free set up and delivery.
Save up to $10,000. 8
models to choose from.
Call Bruce or Ridge at
386-418-0438.
SINGLE WIDES. North Flor-
ida's largest selection to
choose' from. 14 wides
and 16 wides starting at
$15,995. We finance. Call
Kyle at 386-418-0435.
13th Street Homes, Hwy
441, Alachua, FL.


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USED HOMES. 2002
Homes of Merit, 32 x
70, 3BR/2BA, $42,995.
2001 Redman, 16 x 70,
3BR/2BA, .$21,995, like
new. 1999 Fleetwood, 32
x 80, 4BR/2BA $38,500.
2006 Fleetwood, 32 x 80
4BR/3BA. Deluxe model,
like new, $54,995. 13th
Street Homes, Hwy 441, -
Alachua FL, call 386-418-
0435.
NEW 2011 DOUBLEWIDE
3BR/2BA, $29,995 deliv-
ered and set-up only at
13th Street Home Sales.
In stock now! Hwy 441
Alachua, FL. Call Kyle at
386-418-0424.
NEVER TITLED 2011 28 X
80 4BR/2BA, set up and
delivered, well, septic,


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*Ponds
*Dozer Work
*Ro'd Building
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& electric, $51,500. Call'
Bruce at 386-418-0438.
GENE, JIM & ROY'S 13th
Street Homes, Hwy 441,-
Alachua, FL. No credit.
No down payment to land.
owners! Super Sale! Free:
* furniture and set up with
lot models. Call 386-418-
0424.
BRAND NEW 5BR/3BA 32 x
80. Has many upgrades,
including 9ft. flat ceilings
and modular cabinet. Will
deliver. Set up, AC/H,
skirting, and steps to your
property for only $69,995.
Did I mention all furniture
in the home is brand new
and FREE with purchase.
Come see it to believe
it! Call Matt at 386-867-
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TOTALLY REMODELED
16 X 80, 3BR/2BA, with
3/4 inch plywood floors,
new appliances with war-
ranty, new carpet, new
hardwood cabinets and
counter tops Will deliver
to your property for only
$16,500. Call Dolye at
386-292-4801
24 x. 60 3BR/2BA in good
shape. Has A/C that
comes with it Has T-one
eleven siding for a give-
A-way price of $10,900
delivered to your property.
Call Doyle at 386-292-
4801.
BRAND NEW32 X 56, 4BR/
2BA, for only $49,995.
Includes set-up, delivery,
A/C, skirting, and steps.
Only one left. Buy before
Feb. 20th and all new
furniture in home goes
with it. Please call Matt at
386-867-3347.
TRADE IN YOUR old single-
wide for down payment.
Well built doublewide,
fenced yard with 3 gates,
woods in back. $44,000.
Call 352-473-5745.

50 For Rent
LIKE NEW, KEYSTONE
3BR/2BA SWMH, CH/A,
W/D, all appliances. $650
per month, first, last and
deposit. Service animals
2 only Call 352-473-0464.
-2BR/1BA IN STARKE,
Sfenced yard, CH/A, $500/
mo. 904-521-2951.
."FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
ppt. CH/A, fully electric,
$450 per month. Call Joan
at 904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
Sand microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
3 904-964-4303 for more
information.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
.3BR/2BA HOME in Starke,
$850/mo. plus $500 de-
posit, wrap around porch,
privacy fenced yard and
lots of extras. 408 Lafay-
ette St., Starke, CH/A, all
appliances, fire place, tile
floors throughout. Call
352-258-5993 or 352-
473-7123 or 352-214-
7411.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Laki
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.


WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS "Winter
Special" 3/2 only $579
per month, 2/2 only $549
per month. 4/2 only $699
per month. Subside units
available Security de-
posit $199 (with average
credit) Washer & dryer
' hook-ups, pool, computer
room, fitness center, walk-
ing distance to school &
pets welcome! Call 904-
.368-0007.
STARKE/KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS AREA UNFUR-
NISHED RENTALS. Call
678-640-1524.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-966-0765.
CLEAN 2BR/1BA, close
to shopping in Keystone
Heights, lawn care in-
cluded with $550, senior
discount, CH/A, small
pets considered. 352-
473-5214.
2BR/2BA HOUSE on Lake
Brooklyn, Keystone. $675
per month, first, last &
sec. deposit. Call 904-
225-4908.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR/
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $700/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
HOUSE FOR RENT 1241
Bradford St. Quiet neigh-
borhood, fenced in back
yard, screened porch.
$750 per month plus se-
curity deposit. Call 724-
877-7679.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA, SWMH, CH/A,
porch, large wooded lot.
$350/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563.
4BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME ON 3
ACRES OF LAND IN RAI-
FORD. $850/mth, $500/
sec. Available December
1. Call Mike at 904-626-
5721 or 904-259-4891.
5 MILES FROM STARKE
Country living, house.
2BR/2BA, LR, DR, kitch-
en, utility room, 2 car
carport, CH/A, $650 per
month. First & last mo.
rent. Service animals ohly.
__Call 904-964-6718.
LAKE BUTLER CITY LIM-
ITS 1 BR/1BA cottage
with large 20 x 21 porch &
detached garage. Partial-
ly furnished. $550 month.
1st & last month rent +
deposit. 386-496-3418
after 5 p.m.
3BR/1 BA COTTAGE Crystal
Lake Community. Large
decks, laundry room, lake
access. $595 per month
plus security. Call 352-
216-8027.


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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/1
COTTAGE on Brooklyn
Lake. Large rear deck,
semi-furnished, washer/
dryer. $650/mth plus elec-
tric. Call 352-216-8027.
AVAILABLE $375 month,
2 room/1 bath efficiency
country cottage, SR 21/
315C area, single, quiet,
reliable, mature, working
person wanted. Service
animals only, 352-478-
9569.
3BR/2BA MH garage, car-
port, 20 x 10 storage
shed, on 5 acres, 3 miles
from Melrose. $650 month
Call 904-982-6365.
WALDO VILLAS 2 bed-
rooms. Basic rent starts at
$495. Equal Housing Op-
portunity, this institution
is an equal opportunity
provider & employer. Call
Nita at 352-468-1971.
2BR/1BA MH ideal for one
or two people. Starke
area, outside city limits.
$475 per month. Senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8218.

STUDIO APARTMENT, utili-
ties included, $400/mth
plus $400/dep. Call 352-
473-2919.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Lake
Geneva area, Also, studio
apartment, utilities includ-
ed, $400/mth, $400/dep.
Call 352-473-2919.
FOR RENT MH large 2BR/
2BA, CH/A, $500 pay-
ment, $500 deposit. Call
904-782-1277. Service
animals only. Just outside
Starke City limits,
3BR/2BA, CH/A, W/D hook
up, dishwasher, stove,
refrigerator, carport. Rent
$595, Security $500. Call
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220.
3BR/2BA KEYSTONE
SCHOOLS, CH/A, W/D
hook up, stove, refrig-
erator. 470 Dove Street,
Keystone Heights. Rent
$595, deposit $500. Call,
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220.
SWMH FOR RENT. 3BR/
1 BA, CH/A, Davis St. in
Starke. $475 per month
with $275 deposit. Call
904-769-2149.
NICE 3/2 MH UNION
COUNTY. $600/mo., first,
last & $300 deposit. In the
country, 1 acre, highway
frontage, water provided.
Call 386-496-1146.
3BR/1BA 1,136 sq.ft brick
home with wood floors
and fenced back yard


$880. Call Stephanie at
Charnelle Whittemore
Realty 904-477-6522.
3BR/1BA HOME with
screened in front porch
and large living space.
Must see! $600. Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty 904-
477-6522.
3BR/2BA 1808 sq. ft. with
20+ acres, fenced, barn,
pond and in ground pool.
Must see $2,200 Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty 904-
S477-6522.
3BR/2BA 1,701 sq. ft. on 1
+ acre with large family
room and pole barn. $900.
Call Stephanie at Char-
nelle Whittemore Realty
904-477-6522.
3BR/BA1 1216 sq. ft. updat-
ed with hardwood floors,
and screened in back
porch. Must see $800.
Call Stephanie at Char-
nelle Whittemore Realty
904-477-6522.
3BR/2BA SWMH with large
lot, must see! $650. Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore- Realty 904-
477-6522.

51 Lost
LOST MALE SHIH-TZU. Tan
colored dog. Has one eye.
CR 237 in Lake Butler.
Reward if returned. 386-
867-0240.
52 Animals &
Pets
FREE 9 wk old Great Dane
puppy, to good home. Call
904-368-8129.
I HAVE 10 AMERICAN pits,
8 females, 2 males. $100
a pup. Must go to a loving
home. Mom on premises.
Contact Kim at 904-364-
3312.
53 A Starke Yard
Sales
SAT. ONLY! 8am til 3pm.
Comer of Morgan Rd., CR
233 & CR 229A. Various
items including: clothes,
household, antiques &
collectibles.


53 C Lake
Butler Yard
Sales
MOVING SALE-ALL MUST
GO (Friday & Saturday
8 am 3 pm) 355 "SE
2nd Street, Lake Butler
Couch, love seat & otto-
man, end tables, dresser
& chestfw/mirror, chairs,
stools, misc. tables,
lamps, shades, pictures,
curtains, dishes, guardian
ware cooking pots, small
kitchen appliances, lawn
mower, wrought iron patio
set, boxes of ceramic tile,
few antiques, and more!
Priced to sell!
PROVIDENCE: Saturday,
Jan. 29, 9 a.m. 3 p.m.
Everything must go! Hide-
a-bed, dining room set,
bedroom furniture and nu-
merous household items.
SW 52nd Terrace. Fol-
low signs on Providence
Highway (SR 238) near
791.
55 Wanted
ELDERLY LADY looking for
another elderly lady to live
in and assist. Keystone
Heights area on lake. Split
expenses. Call for more
info., 352-473-7769.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-771-
6191.
57 For Sale
FOR SALE: Sear Washer
and Dryer set 600.00.
Only used for short period
of time. Contact # 352-
328-8199.
5 PIECE SECTIONAL sofa,
reclines at both ends,
semi circle, hide a bed,
blue-gray, excellent con-
dition, $300. Call 352-
475-1743.
59 Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT Guaranteed in-
stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium


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IOB Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011


Union girls take

47-28 win over

Hawthorne
BY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Anbreyal Stewart's 30
points alone would've been
enough for a victory in the
Union County girls' basketball
team's 47-28 win over
Hawthorne on. Jan. 21 in
Hawthorne.
The Tigers (16-5 prior to
Jan. 25) held the Hornets to
nine first-half points and led
by 24 going into the final
quarter.
Teyona Jenkins added six
points for the Tigers.
p Union played Madison
County this past Tuesday and
will close the regular season
with a home game against
Melody Christian on Friday,
Jan. 28, at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 16 8 15 8-47
HHS: 5 4 6 13-28

Union (47): Quanesha
Edwards 2, Shakeyla Griffin 4,
Jenkins 6, Khadijah Jones 2,
Lashae Mitchell 3, Stewart 30.
3-pointers: Mitchell. Free
throws: 6-6.

Earlier result:

Tigers finish with perfect
south district record
Jenkins scored 19 points and
bad four assists and three
steals as the Tigers defeated
visiting Interlachen 67-14 on
Jan. 18 to finish with an 8'0
mark against south District 4-
3A teams.
Stewart scored 11 points and
had* six rebounds, three assists
and, three steals, while
Shakeyla Griffin had 10
points, five rebounds and three
steals.
Quanesha Edwards and
Khadijah Jones eadh grabbed
five rebounds as well for the
Tigers, who outscored the
Rams 41-5 in the first half.

Score by Quarter
IHS: 3 2 9 0-14
UCHS: 17 24 16 10-67

Union (67): Edwards 7, Griffin
IC, Alex Ivins 2, Jenkins 19,
Gomisha Johnson 2, K. Jones
7, Laquile Jones 4, Mitphell 5,
Stewart 11. 3-pointers: K.
Jones. Free throws: 14-17.

Bland scores 4

goals in regular-

season finale
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Trey Bland made the most
of senior night, scoring four
goals in the Keystone Heights
boys' -soccer team's 7-0 win
over visiting Palatka on Jan.
21.
The Indians (10-5-5 prior to
Jan. 25) got a total of six goals
and three assists from Bland
during a 3-0 week in which
they outscored opponents 18-0.
Juan Grimaldo scored three
goals and had seven assists
during that stretch, while
Logan Stanley had four goals.
It was Stanley who got the
scoring started for the Indians
against Palatka, when he found
the net with an assist from Tim
Frysinger in the third minute.
That was the first of four first-
half goals. Bland scored two
straight in the 25' and c28d
minutes,, with the second
coming off of an assist from
Stanley.
Stanley's goal in the 38'h
minute off of a Matt Michaud
assist sent Keystone into the
half up 4-0.
Bland scored his final two
goals in the 63"' and 71s"
minutes, getting assists from
Zac Hawkins and G maldo.
Zac Holman added the final
goal off of a Bland assist in the
73"r minute.
The week began with an 8-0
win .over Mandarin Christian
on Jan. 18. Grimaldo had six

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PUBLIC NOTICE
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Commissioners has scheduled a
workshop for January 27, 2011, at
7 p.m. in the Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing, Bradford
S County Courthouse, 945 N. Temple
Ave., Starke. FL. The first topic of
discussion will be Economic
Development issues. Immediately
following will be a discussion on an
MSBU (Municipal Service BEnefit
Unit) agreement for road
improvements.
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assists in the game to go along
with a goal off of a penalty
kick.
"Holman had the game's first
assist, which led to a goal by
Stanley in the fourth minute.
Bland and Hawkins scored in
the first half is well, while
Stanley added another goal to
put the Indians up 4-0 at the
half. Grimaldo assisted on all
scores with the exception of
Stanley's first.
Grimaldo set up goals for
Bland, Holman and Eric Webb
in the second half before
finding the net himself on his
penalty kick in the 71s' minute.
Prior to playing Palatka,
Keystone took on Santa Fe,
defeating the Raiders 3-0 on
Jan. 20.


Grimaldo scored the lone
goal of the first half off of an
assist from Bland. Grimaldo
added another goal off of a
penalty kick in the 55'h minute.
Hawkins scored the game's
final goal in the 77' minute off
of an assist from Bland.
Goalkeeper Eric Wood made
13 saves.
The Palatka game concluded
the regular season. Keystone
took on Crescent City in the
semifinals of the District 4-3A
tournament this past Tuesday.
If the third-seeded Indians
defeated top seed Crescent
City, they will play for the
championship on Friday, Jan.
28, at 6 p.m. at Crescent City
High School.


SUPERSTORE


DISTRICT
Continued from Page 3B

with approximately three
minutes left in the first half,
pushing the ball upfield after a
shot by Crane went off the
crossbar. Sammie Saffer
scored off of Jugenheimer's
assist.
Keystone had another good
look at a goal in the 52"d
minute, with- a cross to Tori
Beasley right in front of the
net. Her shot missed its mark,
though.
The Indians needed goals
just to get to the championship
game, and they got them, with
Crane scoring twice in


Keystone's 4-3 win over West
Nassau in the tournament
semifinals on Jan. 19.
West Nassau scored first in
the 19th minute, but Crane
connected on a penalty kick
from 19 yards out to tie the
score in the 28th minute.
In the 33"' minute, Colaw
received a pass from Beasley,
taking a close-in shot that the
Warriors' goalkeeper stopped
with her foot. Christina
Schrader scored off the
rebound to put Keystone up 2-
1.
The lead didn't last long as
West Nassau scored off of a
long kick less than a minute
later, but Crane scored her
second goal of the night with


approximately two minutes left
in the half to send the Indians
into the half up 3-2.
After West Nassau tied the
score at 3-all early in the
second half, it appeared as if
the teams would have to play
overtime, but Colaw made sure
it didn't come to that. She was
able to dribble in a shot past
the West Nassau goalkeeper
with less than a minute to give
Keystone the win in
regulation.
If Keystone defeats Bolles in:
the regional quarterfinals, it
will travel to play either
Jacksonville Bishop Snyder or
Fernandina Beach in a regional
semifinal game on Tuesday,
Feb. 1,at7 p.m.


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