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Worth Noting


Senior center
adds Wii
video game
The Bradford County Senior
Center-will be offering Wii Bowl-
ing on the first and third Tuesday
of each month in the meeting
room at the Bradford.County Ex-
tension Office, 2266 N. Temple'
Ave., in Starke. This program will
begin Jan. 29 from 3-4 p.m.
If-you love to bowl but certain
conditions have preveflted you
from enjoying the sport, the senior
center has the solution. Wii Bowl-
ing can be played from a standing
or sitting position with just the
easy motion of your hand-held
controller. Wii Bowling gives you.
the sound and feel of real bowling
without the heavy balls or shoes
to rent. This is a perfect opportu-
nity to get out, socialize and have
some fun
The senior center also has a
schedule of activities and events
at www.bradfordcountyfl.gov. -If
you have any questions about this
or other activities, please call 904-
368-3955.

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Come see
the science
projects
The community is invited to
view the science projects on
display in the Bradford Middle
School G.m Thursday. Jan.,24,
from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Science Project Recogni-
tion Night will also be held on
Jan. 24 (amended date) at the
Bradford High School auditorium
starting at 6:30 p.m. All students
present will be recognized.




Carol Milner
to be honored
at Jan. 25
reception
A reception to honor retiring
Assistant Super% isor of Elections
Carol Milner is scheduled for Fri-
day, Jan. 25. from 3 p.m. until 6
p.m. at the super\ isor of elections
office. A brief ceremony will be
held at 5 p.m.
Milner is retiring after more
than 37 years of service, success-
fully assisting with more than 60
elections, including 10 piesiden-
tial elections. She was originally
hired by Neva Flynn in December
1975.




AARP driver
class at the
library
AARP will offer its driver safe-
ty class for seniors at the Bradford
County Public Library Wednes-
day, Jan. 30, from 9 a.m. to 3:30
p.m. Learn defensive driving
techniques, new road rules and the
effects of aging on driving. There
are no tests, and participants can
receive an automobile insurance
discount for taking the class.
'The fee to attend is $12 for
AARP members and $14 for oth-
ers. Please bring a sack lunch.
Class size is limited, so registra-
tion is required. For more infor-
mation or to register, please call
352-333-3036:


Goody's coming to Starke, hiring next week
eSt i7r'S a/ SO Stop Center and the public library). company's website.
ROSl3/19UrQ S 1SO Because of the expected interest, it's Signage was going up Tuesday at
fproah7g to 0op1 best to make sure you register as a Dickey's Barbecue Pit; locate d in the
Sjobseeker in advance, former Whataburger building in front,
BY MARK J. CRAWFORD Applications for positions at of Walmart. According to Whittle, the
Telegraph Ediior Goody's will only be available at the restaurant was hiring around seven
One-Stop Center on the day of the employees this week. Owner Casey
The department 'store chain interview. Applications will be com- Duckett said the target date to open is
Goody's has announced it will be hir- pleted onsite, and applicants should the first week of February.
ing staff for a new store opening in come interview ready, Whittle said. Dickey's is- a Texas-based fran-
Starke. Applications will be coded based on chise and the fastest growing barbe-
The department store will be open- ,these initial interviews, and some ap- cue chain, according to its website.
ing in Bradford Square. Goody's sells plicants will be receiving callbacks The family business was founded in
apparel, shoes and accessories in ad- the next day. Dallas in 1941 and grew throughout
edition to home d6cor. There is no applying in advance, that area. It first began franchising in
The store is having a one-day hir- and you cannot send someone on-your 1994. Each location smokes-its meats
ing event on Monday, Jan. 28, at behalf to the Jan. 28 open call in the restaurant and the food is based
the FloridaWorks One-Stop Career Goody's is currently'expected to on family recipes.
Center.in Starke,'which is located in open in March. Goody's is owned by In 2012, Dickey's Barbecue had
Bradford Square at 819 S. Walnut St. Stage Stores Inc. of Houston, Texas, more than 250 restaurants open. or in
According to North Florida Regional the same company that owns Bealls development, with the nearest being
Chamber of Commerce President and other similar clothing retail stores. in Orange Park.
Pam Whittle, the store will'be looking It acquired the rights to the Goody's Signage is also up at the former
to take on around 30 employees, name in 2010 and began reopening Checker' drive-through, advertising
Demand for those jobs, which in- stores that( the original company had the soon-to-open Asian Moon, a Chi-
cludes part-time sales associates, closed in 2009 due to bankruptcy. nese and Japanese to-go restaurant. It
full-time supervisors and part-time Last year, the Starke Bealls moved is promising sushi among the other
custodians/receiving associates, is to the Deerfoot Village shopping cen- items on its takeout menu for which
expected to be high, with a potential ter, which left Bradford Square open customers will be able to call in ad-
for hundreds of respondents showing to a new department store. vance. Workers have been onsite get-
up for the onsite interviews between 8 Altogether, Stage Stores says, it ting the site ready to open.
a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday. owns more than 800 stores in 40 states A banner is also open in the Brad-.
If interested, Whittle said you need and has more than 13,000 employees. ford Square shopping center indicat-
to be registered with FloridaWorks It specializes in bringing brand-name ing the former China Buffet will be
as a jobseeker, which h can be done clothing to small and medium sized opening again soon.


online at www.floridanorksonline.
com (computers available at the One-


markets. 2010 sales were approxi-
mately $1.5 billion, according to the


and a speech by the Rev. Alvin Green highlighted the event
that not only honored the legacy of the great civil rights
advocate, but offered the chance to glorify God. As the Rev.
Clarence DeSue (right), the master of ceremonies, said,
"This is certainly aMartin Luther King celebration, but this
is also a church service." Pictured above, Kanaria Williams,
Heavenlee Covington and Raven Ford were among those
strolling in the parade to the'RJE gymnasium. For more
from the event, see Regional News.


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Women attack

deputy, end up

behind bars
DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

A mother and her two daughters:
who were walking to Starke to buy
groceries Jan. 20 were arrested after
they attacked a deputy, according to
an arrest report.
Bessie Douglas Richerson, 76,
Glenda Faye Richerson, 39, and
Geraldine Alisa Richerson, 43, were
all charged with battery on a law
enforcement officer and resisting an
officer with violence. Glenda Faye
Richerson was also charged with
failure to appear.
The. allegations made against tlhe
defendants are not proven and they are
presumed innocent until adjudicated
guilty by a court. ;
According to an arrest report,'
Deputy Trey McCullough was:
patrolling the area of S.R. 100 and
C.R 235 around 11:45 a.m. and had
just turned east onto 100 when he
spotted three women walking toward.
Starke in a ditch.
"I pulled over on the right shoulder
in the ditch off S.R. 100 and attempted
to check on the well-being of the three
females," he wrote.
McCullough added that he asked the
women if their car had broken down.
According to the deputy, Glenda-
replied, "No, we don't have a vehicle.
We are walking to Winn-Dixie .up in
Starke to get some groceries because
we are hungry."
"It immediately struck me,"
wrote McCullough, "that Glenda's
response was odd due to the fact that
their location at this moment was
approximately seven to' eight ,miles
from Winn-Dixie.
The deputy reported that he
obtained identifying information from
all three pedestrians, returned to his
patrol car and asked a dispatcher to
'check for warrants on the women.
Glenda Richerson was wanted in two
counties.

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Wind-drivenI

fire guts

mobile home

BY MICHAEL HEEDER
Bradford County Emergency
Management

A. rapidly spreading fire pushed by
high winds caused major damage to a
mobile home near Brooker on Tues-
day morning Jan. 22.
At 10:48 a.m., dispatchers at the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office re-
ceived several calls reporting a house
fire at 17085 SW C.R, 231, also
known as Deden Loop, near the town
of Brooker.
The occupant, Karen Smith, report-
ed to emergency workers that she had
turned the heating system on and then
shortly after began smelling smoke.
They checked the attic and saw smoke
and burning em6ers, at which point
they exited the building and called
911.
Winds at 10-15 mph hampered the
firefighting effort. Firefighters at-
tempting to enter the doublewide with
an addition built on from the unburnt
portion of the home were met with
heavy smoke conditions. That, plhis
difficulty in getting into the attic and
the seat of the fire were complicated
by a new roof that was built on top of
the old roof, creating a space where
the fire burned but was extremely hard
for firefighters to get to.
The structure was deemed a total
loss and the fire is under investigation
by the Florida State Fire Marshal's
Office.
There were no injuries.







2A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013


New group steps up to provide city recreation


SBY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor


SThe Bradford Parents Athletic
Association will run a sports rec-
reation program for the city of
Starke, beginning with baseball
and softball this spring.
-The city commission unani-
mously approved the organiza-
tion as the successful applicant
to run the program for the city,
using the ball fields on Edwards
Road.
Bradford Parents Athletic As-
sociation is an organization run
by parents that will offer Babe
Ruth baseball and softball pro-
grams for eight weeks in the
spring (March through May) and
for six weeks in.the fall (October
through November.) It also has
a six-week adult softball league
offered during the summer (July
through August). It provides
coaching clinics multiple times
throughout the year and is ex-
ploring the possibility of soccer
leagues for multiple age groups.
Other proposals were received,
including from Braxton Britt and
Mark Scott, who was working
with local law enforcement on
a Police Athletic .League, but
according to City Clerk Linda
Johns, only Bradford Parents
Athletic Association complied
with the specifications for sub-
,mitting their qualifications.
Johns reviewed the submissions
along vith Operations Manager
Marc Oody and Mayor Travis
Woods.
Bradford Parents Athletic As-
sociation has offered to help
maintain the baseball fields, keep
the concession stands stocked
and cleaned, provide insurance
"for players and spectators, sched-
ule activities and pay for the use
of the.lights..They asked for the
city to maintain the grass, clean
and stock the restrooms, provide
garbage, service. and perform
other routine maintenance as
needed.
With approximately 50 years
of combined experience, the
Bradford Parents. Athletic As-
sociation board consists of Brad
Chapman as president, Chris 01-
iye'as vice president, Julie Mar-,
tin and Sheila Evans as secretar-
ies, and Patricia Cook as trea-
surer. :It also includes Heather
Chapman and Lindsey Crawford,
who manage concessions, Kevin
Crawford, who manages equip-
ment and fields, and Todd Gain-
ey, who coordinates the leagues.
:i Several board members sub-
mitted a letter along with the
organization's qualifications,


BMS to host parent-
family night Feb. 4
Bradford Middle School will
be having a parent and fam-
ily night on Monday, Feb. 4, at
6-p.m. in the BMS gymnasium.
There will be information re-.
'garding the new Common Core
State Standards as well as infor-
mation for student success.
:The Common Core State Stan-
dards provide a consistent, clear
understanding of what students
,/are expected to learn. This en-
ables, teachers, and parents to


communicating their experience
with and love of working with
children.
"I have a passion fof help-
ing children and realize that this
program cannot be run merely
for profit or merely because you
love baseball/softball. You must
possess a drive to want to help,
direct or motivate children-all
children, not just the ones that
are fortunate enough to be able
to play because they can afford
to,' wrote Julie Martin in her let-
ter to the commission. "Investing
in the kids of our community is
investing in the community's fu-
ture."
Chapman coached young kids
until his son was old enough to
move up. He joined the city's
program, which had been taken
over by Cassels, and soon found
himself in a larger-than-expected
role running the organization,
holding tournaments and operat-
ing concessions along with his
wife.
When he heard Cassels was
turning the program back over to
' the city, he said he began meet-
ing with parents and coaches
and formed the Bradford Parents
Athletic Association board. They
seriously looked at what it would
take to financially support the
program and decided they could
raise the necessary money and be
self-sufficient.
"I know how hard it must be
to deal with this every year as a
commission, so I want to guaran-
tee that if you give this program
to us, we will strive to make this
a very positive thing for the city
of Starke. This will be in the best
interest od the children in this
community," wrote Chapman,
who described himself as a proud
father of three who love to' play
ball.
Chapman said the organiza-
tion would be accountable for
every dime collected, spending
it on the children and the play-
ing fields: The organization
would also vave a grievance
board to revitv' recommenda-
tions and 'problems. Every age
group would be represented by
a commissioner, and every team
would have a team parent who is
active at thetoard level, attend-
ing meetings and communicating
ideas between the board and the
participants.
Chapman told the city the
Bradford Parents Athletic As-
sociation hopes to help the'city
get back families and sponsors
that were lost to other programs.
Given the opportunity, he said he
would help the city's recreation

know what they need to do to
help them. The Common Core
State Standards are designed to
be. well) rounded and relevant
to the real world, reflecting the
knowledge and skills our young
people need for successg in col-
lege and careers.
There will also.be awards dis-
tributed for the first semester, in-
cluding A honor roll, A/B honor
roll and perfect attendance.


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program shine.
According to their submis-
sion, these are just a few of the
family-centered volunteers who
will be willing, to help support
the sports program. Many sup-
porters turned out to the commis-
sion meeting, although it turned
out the commission unanimously
approved the contract on the rec-
ommendation of the RFQ com-
mittee without discussion.
Sheriff Gordon Smith, who
.was talking with the city's po-
lice department and others about
starting a Police Athletic League,
said he has met with and sup-
ports the parent association. He
said he is even working to help
the board establish its nonprofit
status. Keystone Heights, Lake
Butler and other communities
have successful parent-run orga-
nizations, and it can work here,
too, Smith said.
"I was just worried our kids
weren't going to have some-
thing. I've got a lot of fond mem-
ories out on that field," he said.
"I think it's headed in the right
direction."
Signups for the spring season
are under way now. T-ball, base-
ball and softball will al be of-
fered. Registration will be Tues-
day and Thursday evenings from
5-7 p.m. at the Edward. Road
Park, and Saturdays from 10 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at Edwards Road and
Winn-Dixie. Families have until
Saturday, Feb. 16, to register.
Fees are $75 for T-ball and
softball, $85 for rookie baseball,
$90 for minor baseball, and $95
for major/Dixie Boys baseball.
Cash accepted, or make checks
payable tot Bradford Parents
Athletic Association.
For more information, please
call 904-796-8905, or email
BradfordParents@gmail.com.


Police caught their suspect in an early A separate search uncovered bags of
morning search on Estelle Street. marijuana ready for sale.

Man faces multiple drug-and weapons charges


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph.Editor

A Starke man is facing mul-
tiple drug and weapons charges
following his arrest on Jan. 18.
Starke Police Department
caught, up with 40-year-old
James Corbett Lewis III at 520
N. Saint Clair St. where they en-
tered with a search warrant just
before 5 a.m. According to Capt.
Barry Wa'rren, Lewis was arrest-
ed on a probable cause warrant
obtained by the Street Crimes
Unit.


Democrats to

meet Jan. 28
The Bradford County Demo-
cratic Executive Committee will
hold its first meeting of the new
year and of the new election
cycle at 7,p.m. on Monday, Jan.
28, in the boardroom of the Santa
Fe College Andrews Center. All
.interested Democrats are invited
to attend.
Several members will be at-
tending the Inauguration in
Washington, D.C.,and the group


Upon searching the home and
vehicles on the property, police
seized large quantities of Oxy-
contin, Zanex and other prescrip-
tion narcotics, in addition to oth-
er'evidence..
Just days before, on Jan. 15
at 9 a.m., police searched a resi-
dence at 1297 Estelle Street, but
while the suspect was not lo-
cated, they did seize more than
a pound of marijuana that had
been packaged for sale. These
were located in a vehicle and a
shed on the property, according
to Warren, and the street value


will hear reports from them.
They will also be hearing reports
from State Committeeman and
State Committeewoman Paul
and Kathy Still about the election
of the Florida State Democratic
Chair.


was estimated at between $4,500
and $5,000.
The arrest warrant issued.
for Lewis originally contained,
charges for sale of a controlled:
substance, possession with intent,
to sale and illegal use of a two-
way communication device, ac-
cording to Warren.
As of Tuesday night, Lewis re-,
mained in jail custody and his bail
amount had risen to $390,000 as
more than 40 weapons posses-:
sion charges had been added to
his case, according to the Brad-
ford County Jail website.


For further information about-
being a precinct representative
or about the committee, contact
DEC Chair Judy Becker at 904-:
782-3502, or visit www.brad-
ford-democrats.org.


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St. Edward Catholic Church
in Starke invites everyone to
the showing of "Our Tainted
Nature's Solitary Boast" from
"Catholicism: Journey Around
the World and Deep into the
Faith" by the Rev. Robert
Barron on Wednesday, Jan.
30, at 12:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. in
the church social hall.

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THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 3A


Group launches 3-year health plan


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

;After spending some time
d-termining what issues would
bi the focus of the Community
I-alth Improvement Plan it was
pwparing, the Bradford County
immunityy Health Advisory
(froup is launching into 2013
with a mission to educate the
-ctmmunity to help bring about
positive change.
Bradford County ranks low in
the state both in the factors that
influence health and lead to sick-
ness. and early death.
The health advisory group has
identified areas it believes it can
influence, including the adop-
tion .of healthy behaviors, and
i' appealing to local health care
providers and the community at
large to-get involved.
-'Each month of the year is tied
Sto one or more health awareness
initiatives, so the health advisory
group is focusing on those topo-
it, asking professionals to write
about them or speak about them
to-various groups in the comnui-
nity.
:For example, February will. be
a month to focus on heart disease
and dental health. Someone with
expertise in heart health might
Want to demonstrate healthy
choking techniques to a church
group, or someone in the den-
tal field could write a. column
addressing common questions
afout oral health.
SEach month will offer differ-
ent opportunities. In March the
focus will be on colorectal and
lung cancer, diabetes, youth vio-
lence prevention and the impor-




ATTACK
Continued from 1A

"At that time, I exited my
patrol. car and made contact
with all three women again," he
wrote. "I explained to Glenda
that she had two active warrants;
one from Bradford County
and the other from Columbia
,.County. I then .. approached
Glenda and calmly advised her
to turn around and place her
hands behind her back."
However, according to the
lawman, Richerson responded
by shouting, "(expletive) you
officer! You're the (expletive)
devil and you're also a (expletive)
terrorist."

McCullough claimed he then
grabbed Richerson's left wrist in
an attempt to turn.her around. The
suspect pulled away and started
to run. The deputy quickly caught
the woman and took her to the
ground. McCullough wrote that
he put his right knee into the
suspect's back while making
another -attempt to handcuff
her, but she continued to resist.
,"I noticed that the other
two sisters started hitting me
on the back of my- neck and
head repeatedly,'' reported
McCullough.
^He added that he then
upholstered his TASER
a1jd immobilized Glenda
10cherson, then stood up and
s[ook off the other two women.
Son three more deputies
airived to assist McCullough..
I /ll three women were arrested
and put into separate patrol
vehicles. *
S"It should be noted that all
three women attempted to
r stst while being placed in the
patrol car they were escorted
t and constantly shouted
profanities such as we were all


tance of school breakfasts. April
will include Public Health Week,
alcohol awareness, and sexual
assault awareness. and preven-
tion. May is Women's Health
Month and includes Hospital
Week. June marks Men's Health
Month, HIV testing education
and is a good time to talk about
swimming in lakes.
July is Drowning Prevention
Month, while August's back-
to-school focus will include a
chance to talk about the impor-
tance of healthy diets and exer-
cise. That will tie into Fruit and
Veggie Month in September,
which also focuses on education
for cholesterol and ovarian and
prostate cancer.
October includes Health Liter-
acy Month, Walk to School Day,
Red Ribbon Week and breast
cancer awareness, while Novem-
ber is American Diabetes Month.
The Great American Smokeout
also takes place in November,
and it provides an opportunity
to talk about chronic obstructive
pulmonary disease. With cold
and flu season at hand, Decem-
ber's focus will be hand-washing
awareness.
The county health rankings for
2012 rated Bradford 49t' out of
67 counties for health outcomes
(premature death, poor health)
and 481g out of 67 counties for
health factors (tobacco use, diet
'and exercise, alcohol use, access
to care, education, income and
other factors). .
Members of the Bradford
"County Community Health Ad-
visory Group, which includes
representatives from multiple
fields, know that making a dif-


terrorisis i McCullough wrote.
Glenda Richerson told a
Jacksonville television station
that McCullough lost his temper
during the confrontation.

"He got mad and that's when
he started pushing his weight
around, pushing me on the
ground," she told WJXT. "I was
on the ground already,.and that's
when he tasered me."
Glenda Richerson also claimed
Sthe deputy turned the weapon on


her mother.
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office Capt. Brad Smith
defended McCullough's actions.
"In this particular case," he
told the television station, "we
don't see anything the deputy did
inappropriatley."

According to court papers, the
Bradford County arrest warrant
McCullough was acting on arose
from a 2010 accusation.
A worker at the Florida


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JAN. 25: Coin auction. Uncirculated, graded gold, key date
morgans, proofs, MORE...
JAN. 26: Antique stor liquidation. Florida Porch Antiques
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JAN. 28: Real estate restaurant auction. 19 restaurant
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ference will take a plan and the
involvement of the community.
The group has announced its
first goal will be to help Bradford
County residents adopt healthier
behaviors and reduce the rate
of obesity, among children and
adults by 10 ,percent over the
next three years- The education
initiative over the next year will
play a big part in achieving that
goal.
Goal number two will be to
improve access to and awareness
of the health care opportunities
that exist by increasing the utili-
zation of local providers in Brad-
ford County. By taking advan-
tage of what's available locally,
the community will be helping
to support and expand the avail-
ability of services. The health
advisory group will use the fair
and other events to promote local
health care.
Goal number three will be to
inform arid educate parents about
the issues related to teen preg-
nancy in order to reduce the teen
birth rate in Bradford County.
Anyone interested in joining
the meetings that take place on
the third Monday of each month
at noon at Chrissy's in down-
town Starke is welcome to at-
tend. More information can be
obtained by contacting:
Steve Futch at stevecindy-
gtr@embarqmail.com.
Brent Burish at brent.bur-
ish@hma.com or 904-368-2300.
Winnie Hollnd at win-
niehl024@gmail.com or 863-
673-6036.
Judy Perkin atjperking.@unf.


Forestry Service facility on
S.R. 100 West claimed Glenda
Richerson made harrassing
phone calls to him.
S"The victim advised that'for the
past several years the defendant
has harassed him and fellow
employees," wrote a deputy in
a sworn complaint. "The victim
advised that law enforcement
has been called before due to
the same incident but it has just
escalated from that point."
. In 2011 a judge adjudicated
Richerson not. guilty of the'
misdemeanor by reason of
insanity. The judge placed the
woman on controlled release,
requiring her to periodically
return to court for competency
reviews. However, when
Richerson failed to show up for
thfee consecutive reviews; the
judge issued a writ of bodily
attachment and it was that
writ that triggered the Jan. 20
confrontation.


foundation uses such awards to
support its programs, which in-
clude classroom mini grants and
scholastic literacy fairs that pro-
vide books to elementary school
students.
There was money in place for
those fairs this. year, so Canova
said the board decided to award
the money to the media centers
at Bradford Middle School and
Bradford High School and cover
all of its bases.
Kitten Denmark from the
BMS media center said they are


working with teachers to. imple-
ment Common Core standards
by making necessary materials'
available in the school library.
The grant award will help them
do that, taking the pressure off of
their regular budget.
Likewise, the BHS media cen-
ter asked teachers how it could
support their goals and the im-
plementation of Common Core;
said Dana Skaff.
Both expressed gratitude for'
the assistance.


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in nationally known Black Diamond

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4 11 SURE TO WATCH THE WEBSITE.
Absentee and phone bids always accepted. 352-437-588. Photos on web.
Personal Property sold Dudley's Auction ,Ab1667. Maine-ly Real Estat BK#381384.
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Spring Baseball

Br Registration
Bradford Parents Athletic Association under local Parent
Managinent is registering for Spring T-ball, Baseball, and Softball.
(Contract approved by City of Starke)
Registration Schedule:
Tuesday & Thursday evenings 5-7pm Edwards Rd.
Saturday 10am-lpm Edwards Rd. & Winn Dixie
Begins Thursday 5pm, Janurary 17, 2013
Ends Saturday 1pm, February 16, 2013
All registrants must have a copy of birth certificates.
Sorry, there will,be no late applications accepted this season.

Registratibin fees:
$75.00 T-ball -$90.00 Minor $75.00 Softball
$85.00 Rookie $95.00 Major/Dixie Boys
Cash or check (payable to Bradford ParentsAthletc Assoc., BPAA)
Team Assignments
Monday, February 18, 2013 Coaches Only
Sorry, there will be no late applications this season.


Email or call with questions. Forms can be emailed to
you. Were a anon-profit organization
BradfordParents@gmail.com (904) 790-8905


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(Front-back, left-right) Bradford County Education Foundation President Dimple
Overstreet, Dana Skaff and Kitten Denmark from the BHS and BMS media centers and
Vorease'Jones of Capital City Bank are pictured with other BCEF board members,
including Cheryl Canova, Julee Tinsler, Byron Ramseur, Jerome Kelley, Randy Jones,
Lila Sellars and Superintendent Chad Farnsworth.

Grants awarded school media-centers


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

Capital City Bank's charitable
foundation came through at the
end of the year with a $2,000
grant award to the Bradford
County Education Foundation.
The education foundation in
turn found worthy recipients in
two of the school district's media
centers.
Education Foundation Board
Member Cheryl Canova of Santa
Fe College wrote the grant. The







4A BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013


Brooker Elementary School first-graders on A honor roll for the first nine weeks were
(front-back, left-right) Abigail Mayben, Preston Neats, Dayle Shaffer-Jenkins, Colby
Ellis, Colby Hoyer, Lorie King.and Michael Lizell.


Other Brooker Elementary School first-graders on A honor roll for the first nine weeks
were (front-back, left-right) Jasmine Mabry, Caden Nugent, Samuel Williams, Rylie
Blankenship, Christian Bossle, Ashley DeHoff, Levi Findley, Bryson Huggins and
Macey Johnson. Not pictured: Elijah Findley, Madelyn Jones and Wyatt Ratzmann.


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Brooker Elementary School second-graders on A honor roll for the first nine weeks
were (front-back, left-right) Xavier Jones, Payton McKefizie, Conner Webb, Elijah
Williams, Dustin Hoyer, Halley Kennedy-Degeus, Alaina Andrews, Iichael Byrd and
Gavin Cook.


Tax help is here
AARP will be at the
ford County Public Libra
Wednesday, Feb. 6, th
Wednesday, April 10, to
low-income residents and
citizens with processing
federal tax returns. Ap
ments are available from 1i
-4 p.m. and can be made b:


ing 904-368-3911 or stopping by Feb. 7, library staff will be teach-
the circulation desk during nor- ing you about the difference be-
Brad- mal business hours. tween random access memory
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SLEGALS



STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF CHARLESTON IN
THE FAMILY COURT FOR THE
NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DOCKET NO. 2012-DR10-2417
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT
OF SOCIAL SERVICES
VERSUS .
Janice McAlister and Brenton .
Glisson
NOTICE
TO ALL INTERESTED
PARTIES:
You are hereby summoned and
required to answer the Complaint in
this action filed with the Clerk of Court
.'for Charleston County on July 3,
1$ 2012. Upon proof of interest, a copy
of the Complaint will be delivered to
you upon request from the Clerk of
Court in Charleston, and you must
serve a copy of your Answer to
the Complaint on the Plaintiff, the
Charleston County. Department of
Social Services, at the office of their
Attorney, The Legal Department of
the Charleston County Department
of Social Services, 3366 Rivers
Ave., N. Charleston, South Carolina
29405-5714, within thirty days of
this publication. If you fail to answer
within the time set forth above, the
Plaintiff will .proceed to seek relief
from the Court.
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NOTICE OF SALE


Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Act Statutes Sec. 83.801-83.809,
NOTICE: A Public Auction will be
held on January 26, 2013 @ 10:00
A.M. at the C & C Mini Storage 1670
S. Walnut Street, HWY 301 South in .
Starke, Florida. The following units
will be sold to the highest bidder, and
continuing day to day thereafter until
sold.,
2-37 J. Shirley
2-42 R. Varnum
2-82. R. Corbin
1/17 2tch,1/24-BCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND.FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO: 04-2012-CP- 0098
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
MARK WHITNEY REDDISH,
DECEASED.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of .the Estate
of MARK WHITNEY REDDISH,
deceased, Case No: 04-2012-CP-
0098 is pending in the Circuit Court
for Bradford County, 'Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is
Bradford County Courthouse, Post
-Office Drawer B, Starke, Florida
* 32091.
The name and address of the
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF


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THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY
(30) DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF. A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
urliquidated claims, must file their
Claims with the Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first publication of this
.Notice is January 17, 2013.
; Personal Representative.
DOLPH E. REDDISH
19664 N.W. 66TM AVENUE
STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
Attorney for Personal
Representatives
John S. Cooper, Esquire
214 West University Avenue,
Ste. B


Gainesville, Florida 32601
(352) -727-4701
Florida Bar No: 0910340
eservice@iohnscooperpa.com
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Starke; Will sell
for CASH to the highest bidder at
1630 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
County of Bradford, Florida; at 1:30
PM on Wednesday, the 30th day
of January 2013, End continuing
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NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the Florida Self Storage Facility Act
Statutes (Section 83.801 83.809);
Santa Fe Storage of Waldo; Will
sell for CASH to the highest bidder
at 15540 NE US HWY 301, Waldo,
County of Alachua, Florida, at 12:00
PM on Wednesday, the 30th day
of January 2013, and continuing
day to day thereafter until sold: the
household goods and misc. contents
of the following:
UNIT B016 VICTORIA LILLIE
1/1 7 2tchg 1/24-BCT


website www.bradfordcountyfl.gov.or..';.-
from the office of the Bradford County
Manager located in the north wing of :
the Bradford County Courthouse.
1/24 ltchg-BCT -.
Legil Notice
FloridaWorks will hold Finance'.
Committee, Executive Committee
and Board Meetings starting at 2:00 *;
p.m. on Monday, January 28 at the
CIED Center, 530 W. University
Avenue, Gainesville, Florida. Please
contact Celia Chapman at 352-244-
5148 with questions.
1/24 ltchg-BCT


f o ay Ierea Ier un so ia, eiii H
sehold goods and misc. contents Public Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE '
he following: The regular scheduled meeting EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN-..
T A013 JANIE A COE of the Bradford County Board of AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,:':
T B003 SHERRY L MITCHELL County Commissioners is scheduled FLORIDA
T D005 SHERI LAVERY February 4, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. in the CASE NO. 04-2011-CA-00147
T G026 JEWELL H LANDY Commission Meeting Room located in US BANK NATIONAL
T 1010 SALLY A STEPHENS the north wing of the Bradford County ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE
T 1056 LLOYD S LANE Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave., FOR GSMPS MORTGAGE LOAN
T K008 WADE A MEADOWS, Starke, FL. A copy of the Agenda
may be obtained, six days prior to
1/17 2tchg 1/24-BCT meeting, from the Bradford County See LEGALS, next page ,


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THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 5A
I x1


LEGALS
Continued from 4A

TRUST 2006-RP 1;
Plaintiff,
vs.
RICHARD KITE, ETAL;
Defendants
RE-NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure and an Order
rescheduling foreclosure sale dated
January 17, 2013 entered in Civil
Case No. 04-2011 -CA-00147 of the
.Circuit Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for Bradford County,
Florida, wherein US Bank National
Association, as Trustee for GSMPS
Mortgage Loan, Trust 2006-RP1,
Plaintiff and RICHARD KITE, Et Al;
are defendantss. The Clerk will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash,
Sat the Bradford County Courthouse,
in the Lobby, 945 North Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL 32091, IN ACCORDANCE
WITH CHAPTER 45, FLORIDA
STATUTES, AT 11:00 AM, March 14,
2013 the following described property
as set forth in said Final Judgment,
to-wit: .
THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
LAND, SITUATE, LYING AND BEING
IN BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA
TO-WIT: PARCEL "B"
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
SNE 1/4 OF SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP
7 SOUTH, RANGE 21 EAST,
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NW CORNER
OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4
OF SAID SECTION 11 AND RUN S
01 13'19" E, ALONG THE WEST
LINE OF SAID SW 1/4 OF NE /4,
FOR A DISTANCE OF 73.96 FEET
TO THE SOUTHERLY R/W LINE
SOF COUNTY ROAD 225; THENCE
RUN S 88" 32' 11" E, ALONG SAID
R/W LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF
907.85 FEET TO THE BEGINNING
OF A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTH AND HAVING A RADIUS'
OF 2814.79 FEET; THENCE RUN IN
A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION
ALONG SAID R/W LINE AND
ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE
SAS MEASURED ALONG A CHORD"
HAVING A BEARING OF S 85" 48'
27" E FOR A CHORD DISTANCE OF
268.02 FEET TO A FOUND '" IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN S 01 13' 19" E
FOR A DISTANCE OF 598.21 FEET
TO ASET 1/2" IRON ROD FOR THE
POINT OF'BEGINNINGG FROM THE
POINT OF THIS DESCRIBED RUN
N 88' 39'11" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 226.06 FEET TO A SET 2" IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN S 01"16'27" E
FOR A DISTANCPOF 192.62 FEET
TO A SET /2" IRON ROD, LOCATED
ON THE NORTHERLY R/A LINE
'OF S.W 127TH STREET; THENCE
RUN S 88" 39'11" W, ALONG SAID
R/W LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF
226.24 FEET TO A FOUND. %" IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN N 01 13'19" W,
AS A BASIS OF BEARING, FOR A
DISTANCE OF 192.62 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH A 15 FOOT
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS,
EGRESS, AND UTILITIES
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NW CORNER
OF THE SW 1/4 OF THE NE 1/4, OF
SAID.SECTION 11 AND RUN S 01.
13 1&_-E..*LOVs[aTH.EST LIN_..
OF SAIDSW InOIW-NE 1/4,.-
FOR A DISTANCE OF 73.96 FEET
TO THE SOUTHERLY R/W LINE
OF COUNTY ROAD 225; THENCE
RUN S 88" 32'11" E, ALONG SAID
RA/ LINE, FOR A DISTANCE OF
97.85 FEET TO THE BEGINNING
OF A CURVE. CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTH AND HAVING A RADIUS
QF 2814.79 FEET; THENCE RUN IN
A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION
ALONG SAID R/W LINE AND
;, ALONG THE'ARC OF SAID CURVE
AS MEASURED ALONG A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF 'S 85"
.48'27" E FOR A CHORD DISTANCE
OF 268.02 FEET TO A FOUND 1/"
IRON ROD; THENCE RUN IN A
SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION
ALONG SAID R/W LINE AND
..'ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE
- AS MEASURED ALONG A CHORD
;HAVING A BEARING OF S 80" 46'
39" E FOR A CHORD DISTANCE
OF 229.35 FEET TO A FOUND 12"
SJRON ROD FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
RUN S 01" 16'27" E FOR 'A
DISTANCE OF 556.14 FEET TO A.
SET Wi" IRON ROD; THENCE RUN
S 88" 39' 11" W FOR A DISTANCE
.OF'15.00 FEET TO A SET 1/2" IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN N 01" 16'27" W
FOR A DISTANCE OF 559.54 FEET
TO A SET 36" IRON ROD LOCATED
ON THE SOUTHERLY R/W LINE.
.OF COUNTY ROAD 225 BEING
IN A CURVE CONCAVE TO THE
SOUTH AND HAVING A RADIUS
S:OF 2814.79 FEET; THENCE RUN IN
A SOUTHEASTERLY DIRECTION


ALONG SAID R/W LINE AND
ALONG THE ARC OF SAID CURVE
AS MEASURED ALONG A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF S 78 35'
57" E FOR A CHORD DISTANCE
OF 15.37 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
TOGETHER AITH-THAT CERTAIN
2004 FOREST MANOR MOBILE
HOME, IDENTIFICATION NUMBER
FLHML3F173728012AB.
PropertyAddress: 7418 SW COUNTY
RD 225, STARKE, FL 32091
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 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
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 theADACoordinator at
(352) 337-6237, at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appearance. If
you are hearing or voice impaired,
please call 711. If you are deaf or
hard of hearing and require an ASL
interpreter or an assisted listening
device to participate in a proceeding,
please contact Court Interpreting at
interpreter@circuit8.org
DATED at Starke, Florida, this 16th
day of January, 2013.
Ray Norman, Clerk of Courts
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
Marinosci Law Group, PC.
100 West Cypress Creek Road, Suite-
1045
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Phone: (954) 644-8704
1/24 2tchg 1/31-BCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A SPECIAL
EXCEPTION AS PROVIDED
FOR IN THE
BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Bradford County Land Development
Regulations, as amended, hereinafter
referred to as the Land Development
Regulations, objections,
recommendations. and comments
concerning a special exception, as
described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Bradford County, Florida, at a public
hearing on February 4th, 2013 at 6:00
p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matter can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, North
Wing, County Courthouse located at


945 North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
SE 13-01 a petition by Strick's
Saratoga, LLC, to request a Special
Exception be granted as provided
for in Section 4.6.5 # 3 (Rural
Residential) of the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations to
allow for Commercial kennels to
be located at 5041 SW CR 100A,
Starke, Fl., 32091 and property being
described as a parcel of land lying in
Section 29, Township 6 South, Range
22 East, Bradford County, Florida;
Being Bradford County Parcel
Number 04160-0-00200,
containing 1.0 acre, more or less.
The public hearing maybe continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to
be heard with respect to the appeal.
Copies of the material are available
for public inspection at the Office of
the Director of Zoning, Planning, and
Building, County Courthouse located
at 945 North Temple Avenue, North
Wing, Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the -
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
1/24 Itchg-BCT

Notice is hereby given:
James W. Turner
Last known address of:
11022 SE 49' Ave
Starke FL 32091-6938
You are hereby notified that your
eligibility to vote is in question. You are
required to contact the Supervisor of
Elections, in Starke, Florida, no later
than thirty (30) days after the date of
this publishing. Failure to respond will
result in a determination of ineligibility
by the Supervisor and your name will
be removed from the statewide voter
registration system.
Terry L. Vaughan
Bradford County Supervisor of
Elections
P.O. Box 58
945 N. Temple Ave., Suite C
Starke, FL 32091
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Across the Garden Fence. There are two types
is a new column sponsored of heavy pruning that !k
by the Bradford County Ex- can be done: topping,"
tension Service. Readers, who `or drastic removal of
wish to pose gardening ques- large-diameter wood,
'nons should forward them to and pollarding.
9ridgman atjtd@ufl.edu. .Topping, some-
limes referred to as R
n should I prune my crape "crape murder," in-
volves severe pruning


/ J ackie Grider, Starke of the plant at suc-
It depends on what type of pruning you want to cessively lower posi- 1 "? ;
do. Tip pruning, or removal of spent flowers and tions.over a period of
seed capsules, may be done during the growing sea- four years, and then
son. Tip pruning promotes flowering because dor- beginning the process Mary W. Bridgman
mant buds below the cuts are stimulated to grow, again. It is not usu-
aihd flowers form at tips of new growth. However, ally recommended because it impacts crape myrtle
it is not necessary to tip prune newer crape myrtle health and structural integrity. Also, it gives the
cultivars because most have been selected for long plant an unattractive appearance in winter.
seasons of bloom without repeated pruning. And, Pollarding involves initially making cuts through
if you have a large plant, tip pruning is impractical. branches up to three years old and then annually
Hard pruning should be done in the winter when removing all or most sprouts back to the original
the plant is dormant. It may be tempting to do it cut. Over time; woundwood and dead branch stubs
now, but we may get a freeze later in the winter form a "pollard head," or swollen area at the end of
and that could be damaging to new growth. If you the branch where sprouts are removed each year.
do decide to prune .our crape m) rile, bear in mind The pollarded head should not be removed because
that the number of flowers decreases as pruning se- it contains stored energy with little decay.
verily increases. Nevertheless. pruned crape mN r- If done correctly, pollarding can allow a crape
ties may produce larger flow er clusters. myrtle to be maintained at a given height (the
Crape m rtle may need little or no pruning if height of the pollard head) indefinitely. Once start-
planted in full sun away from walkwa)s and roads ed, it requires annual pruning to remove regrown
and in areas with room for plenty of plant growth. sprouts, increasing maintenance required on an.
In such locations, trees form a round canopy that otherwise low maintenance plant.
sometimes extends to the ground. Reasons for -If you decide to prune your crape myrtle dur-
pruning crape myrtle are to improve plant ,ing winter, it may stimulate the plantto
structure and alter plant size, shape and GARDENE sprout from roots, upper stems or the
appearance so that they are pleasing to the base of main stems. Most people dislike
human eye and work well with the sur- the appearance of sprouts on tree-form
rounding landscape. crape myrtles and remove them one or,
Thinning the interior twigs and branch- ,. 'more times during the growing season.
es of crape myrtle plants was recommend- If sprouts are not removed, they may
ed before disease-resistant cultivars were form wbod) stems that eventually com-
introduced because it all&6ed better air UF i.ORi'~ A pete with existing stems. Unpruried crape
movement and kept the foliage dry. thus FI'F"--Q.... .myrtles form the fewest sprouts. So, if
preventing or reducing powdery mildew \ou can get by without pruning that may
disease. If your plant was purchased in more recent be your best choice in the long run.
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Santa Fe College, Saturday, Feb.
16, at the Bradford High School
auditorium at 7 p.m. A portion of
the proceeds benefits Santa Fe


College scholarships in Bradford
County.
Contestants will compete in
multiple categories including
Western wear and talent, de-
pending on age category. The
Little Miss pageant is for ages
4-7, Junior Miss is for ages'8-12,
Teen Miss is for ages 13-17 and
Miss is for ages 18-22. The win-
ner of the Miss category could
receive a two-year Santa Fe Col-


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Deadline has been extended
to Jan. 25. A special orientation
will be held that night at 7 p.m.
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
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mailing thron99@'embarqmail.
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please contact Lisa Tatum at
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
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Community celebrates King's memory


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
There is a lot about America
today that is in no way
representative of the ideals of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.,
but the featured speaker at the
annual Martin Luther King
Jr. Day ceremony at the RJE
gymnasium in Starke stressed to
the cro\d that "the dream is still
alive."
As part of a program that
featured se\ eral musical
performances and scriptural
readings, the Re'. Al\in Green
talked of an America today
in which morals ha'e been
forgotten. Green said it is a time
w here an thing goes.
"The\ say sin is now all'
right." Green said, but he later
added. "Sin is sin."
Green said out of all of King's
accolades, the one he felt was
the most important was that
King was a preacher. If King
was alive today Green said he
would encourage people to stand
on "the solid rock" of Jesus.
As long as there are God-
fearing men and women. Green
said King's "dream will one daN
become total reality."
Green likened King, ho


"fought for freedom, justice
and liberty for all," to Moses.
Whereas Moses' people were -
held in bondage by Pharoh,
people today hold themselves in
bondage and do not put enough
trust in God, Green said.
That bondage can come in


manyforms,whetheritbeputting key, Green said. King, for
ourselves in debt or working a example,' was not content to do
schedule that prohibits us from nothing while the world pass
maintaining strong relationships him by.
with spouses and loved ones. "He got slapped. He got beat.
"We put ourselves in slavery," He got put in jail;" Green said.
Green said.
Taking responsibility is the See KING, 2B


Sam Tyson and
Janet Aldridge
enjoy the music
at the Martin
Luther King
ceremony
at the RJE
gymnasium.


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Bernard Nichols recited
verses 1-4 of Ephesians 6.


Jerome Bass claps along
with one of the musical
performances.


Spiller to play
in Pro Bowl

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Buffalo Bills running back
and 2006 Union County High
School graduate C.J. Spiller u ill
play in his first-e'er Pro Bowl
this Sunday, Jan. 27. NBC will
air the game beginning at 7 p.m.
Spiller. who is in his third
year in the NFL, was added
to the AFC roster to replace
running back Ray Rice. whose
Baltimore team won the AFC
championship and will play in
Super Bowl XLVII.
This past season %was Spiller's
most productive in the NFL. He
rushed for a career-high 1,244
yards on 207 carries. It marked
Spiller's first time reaching
1,000 yards in his NFL career.
His total ranked eighth in the
NFL and fourth in the AFC.
Spiller rushed for more than
100 ,ards in II games, which
made him the first Buffalo
player to do so since Thurman
Thomas in 1993. (Spiller,
Thomas and O.J. Simpson are
the onl) Buffalo backs to do so.)
His 6-yard-per-carrn average
also tied him for first in the NFL.
(Minnesota's Adrian Peterson
also averaged 6 yards per carr).)


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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013


KING
Continued from 1B

"He stood for the cause-his
dream."
Green spoke of another
,famous person with dreams-
Joseph. He read the verses in
"Genesis 37 that cover the story
of Joseph and how his brothers,
who were jealous that Joseph
,xvas his father Jacob's favorite
1son,.took insult at the dreams he
,was having and plotted to kill
,him before eventually selling
"him into slavery.
"When you've got a vision,
when you've got a dream, when
you don't mind stepping out to
;e a leader, folks will conspire
against you," Green said.
SIt seemed an appropriate
parallel on the day set aside to
honor King..
S"They may have killed the
'dreamer," Green said, "but the
dream is still alive."
One of the points Green
touched on during his speech
was the community coming
together, which was also an
aspect of a speech given by new
Bradford County Superintendent
gf Schools Chad Farnsworth.
Rarnsworth said King knew that
le. himself, could not make his
dream become a reality.'
S"rt'sriot like a dream at night


Rev. Alvin Green gives his remarks. He is joined on
stage by Zahriah Collins, who introduced him, and
Bradford County Superintendent of Schools Chad
Farnsworth.


where you wake up and the
dream ends," Farnsworth said.
"This dream requires us to work
together and constantly adapt to
the ever-changi ng characteristics
and events in our society."
Farnsworth said when times
get tough, human nature makes
one use the words "my, mine
and myself.
I "However, history has shown
us that by taking ownership in
something together rather than
as individuals strongly increases
our likelihood of success,"
Farns"orth said.
A, \With that idea in


mind, Farnsworth talked about
the challenges the Bradford
County educational system
faces and how a team effort
will be required to face those
challenges. One .such example
he provided was to truly
understand a child in order to
see that child's potential.
"We. must understand
where they are coming from,"
Farnsworth said. "We must
understand the challenges that
are facing them outside of our
school walls. We must begin to
get to know our children and
become active participants in
their, lives."
Farnsworth said it was time
for people to reclaim ownership
df their children from social
media and to become role
models children truly look up


Taking
part In the
processional
to the RJE gym
are children
Ezekl l Taylor,
Timothy Taylor
and Rashyal
Green, whoare
accompanied
by Jeremiah
Johnson.



to as opposed to celebrities and
athletes.
"We as teachers, leaders and
mentors must reclaim the roles
of heroes," Farnsworth said.
Establishing relationships
with children can also lead to
safer environments at schools,
Farnsworth said. Understanding
why children are hurting on
the inside is the best defense
against children one da\ hurting
someone on the outside, he said.
"We've got to be in touch with
our children," Farnsworth said.
Discussing children during
the Martin Luther King Jr.
ceremony seemed appropriate
since so many were involved
in the ceremony. Bernard
Nichols shared scripture reading
(Ephesians 6: 1-4), while Regina
Roberts delivered the youth
prayer. Shemiah Davis and Jalen
Williams presented the welcome
and occasion, respectively, while
Zahriah Collins introduced
Green as the event's featured
speaker.





The event's
gospel ensemble
Included Minister
: Lillie Bell Whytej
Claranell Hudqon
and Francis
S Perry-Field.


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Deborah
Walker Sim and
Rashaunda
Cummings enjoy
the ceremony, f
which was
proceeded by
a processional
and followed
by lunch on the
grounds.




Also, 5-year-old Keith Taylor
Jr. played the drums during
the event's musical selections,
while the children of the RJE
Tigers Den after-school program
performed as well.
Farnsworth said it was an


"amazing" pleasure to see the
children display their talents.Mh
fact, those children showcasing
their talents supported a Bible
verse- 1 Timothy 4:12-shared
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'Congratulations to Carl and
Pauline Bielling, who celebrated
~tieir *50"h wedding anniversary
on Jan. 20, 2013, at Providence
Mileage Baptist Church's Family
Life Center with family and
friends.


Their anniversary was Dec.
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Rothwell graduates from UNF


Rachel Rothwell graduated
from the University of North
Florida with her Bachelor's of
business administration degree
in business management on Dec.
7,2012.
Rachel graduated from
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in 2007.
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are the late Neil Rhodes
Crawford and the late Patricia
Sue Lawson Crawford. Her


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Air Force Airman Chance A.
Howell graduated from basic
military training at Lackland Air
Force Base in San Antonio.
The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week program
that included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical fitness and
basic warfare principles and
skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training.earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Howell earned distinction as
an honor graduate.
He is the son of Jeff Howell of
Lake City.
The airman is a 2009 graduate'
of Union County High School.


Air National Guard Airman 1"
Class Charles W. Jones graduated
from basic military training at
Lackland Air Force Base in San
Antonio.
The airman completed an
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that included training in military
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core values, physical fitness,
and basic warfare principles and
skills.
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Jones is the son of Steven and
Brenda Jones of Starke.
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Driver exhibits

rude behavior
.Dear editor:
On Jan. 10, 2013, at about
5:15 p.m. in front of the Winn-
Dixie in Starke, I observed the
consummate example of rude,
crude and socially unacceptable
behavior, demonstrating how
inconsiderate, lawless and
uncivilized so many people have
'become.
A lady in a silver convertible
parked against the curb" in
the clearly marked pedestrian
crosswalk outside the entrance to
Winn-Dixie while a male exited
the vehicle and went inside.,
Positioned as she was, she was
blocking the westbound traffic
lane in front of the store, slowing
traffic as cars had to take turns
maneuvering around her.
As.-one westbound vehicle
went around her, someone in
the passing vehicle must have
said something to her because
although I could not hear
them, I clearly heard her utter
profanities unlike anything heard
on network TV. If it was not such
a shame, it would be amusing that
she, illegally parked, obstructing
vehicular and pedestrian
traffic, would become indignant
because someone said something
to her.
Perhaps she feels special,
above the law and social norms,
or entitled and better than others.
Whatever the case, she is not,
nor are others l'ikepher. Simple
courtesy toward others as we go
about or lives would make this
such a better, less stressful world
to live in.
Jack Schenck
Lake Butler


Education,

compassion

are keys to

dealing with

mental illness
Dear editor:
Yet again. This time the
victims are our children-their
-promise cut short by someone
on a "rampage." And yet again,
I listen to broadcasters struggling
with the basic vocabulary:
"deranged," "mental problems,"
"mental"-cautiously avoiding
the recently banned term,
,"lunatic," but thinking it. And,
yet again, come the calls for
"a national conversation, about
mental health."
But we are discussing the
wrong issue. We want to predict
who will be the next "madman"
Behind these "senseless
tragedies," when we should be
working to prevent them.
The conversation must
therefore begin with education.
We already have the tools; Mental
SHealth First Aid is a 12-hour
/ course designed to teach anyone
interested how to recognize and
safely address mental health
crises. This is comparable to
traditional first aid training,
but many of us do not see it as
.essential until tragedy strikes our
own communities. Traditional
first aid teaches nonprofessionals
the best ways to approach
physical health emergencies-
wounds, heart attacks, strokes .
Mental Health First Aid teaches
nonprofessionals the best ways
to approach mental health
emergencies-suicidal thoughts,
hallucinations, uncontrolled
rage.
All of us need this education.
We need it now in order to
eliminate the stigma that our
language conveys-to make our
use of psychiatric terms as fluent
as those associated with other
equally serious illnesses. We
need it everywhere, so that every
community can recognize the
sigps of psychiatric illness and
can effectively, compassionately
respond-connecting friends,
family, and neighbors with
psychiatric illnesses to the
treatment they need, when they
need it.
We need to acknowledge that
state after state-including those
like Florida already at the bottom
of the funding list-has made
drastic reductions in treatment
funds. Treatment for psychiatric
disorders is more dependent on
public .dollars than any other.
And even when treatment is
covered by insurance, it is
highly managed. No insurance


U


or for diabetes. But most
insurance plans commission a
second company to administer
psychiatric benefits-often
more restrictively than for other
illnesses. How many barriers
must people whose illness
hampers their brain function
jump through to get care? Would
we tolerate that for any other
illness?
In our daily lives, in state
and federal governments, and
in how we provide healthcare
from first aid to hospital care,
we put treatment for brain
disorders in a separate silo. Then
we wonder why we continually
face devastation. We need a
national conversation that leads
to a national initiative to better
research, understand and address
these illnesses. Everyone in the
community can, with training,
.identify and respond to these
illnesses. In that educated
community, sufferers would be
connected to professional help
before a tragedy occurs.
We can begin this initiative
now, by adequately funding
treatment for psychiatric illness
in the public and private sector.
Or we can stay as we are, waiting
for the next tragedy--made truly
senseless by our willingness to
*let it happen.
Dr. Maggie Labarta,
CEO of Meridian Behavioral
Healthcare

Drastic

changes are in

order to deal

with debt

Dear editor:
The real cliff is 14-16 months
away.
Right now, the cliff I had
never in my wildest dreams
ever thought of until 2009 is
a-little more than a year away.
We're gonna be broke.unless we
make drastic changes, and now.
I and several hundred others
in economics, and managerial
economics, folks with .stupid
letters after the names-together
we collectively probably put. in
several thousand hours once we.
assimilated all of the data Ve
needed and went to work on the
issue.
I mean we're -gonna be the
hobo of nations, only because
we used to be the biggest in
just about everything except
population. If something is not
done, next March-June we are
going to be forced to stop just
about all domestic spending to
pay the interest on the debt. No,
no one is gonna come repossess
the Statue of Liberty, but we will
be a defacto bankrupt country.
There will be no money, any
printed will be worthless because
nobody is going to "bail" us out
or buy our bonds even at the
inflated rates wd pay now.
To survive, folks are gonna
have to get off. of welfare and
go to work, pay taxes and SS.
Welfare is going to have to go
back to its original purpose, a
temporary foot up, six months"'
LIFETIME TOTAL USAGE of
welfare. Any country doesn't like
us, or has or is now hindering
us, no foreign aid, in fact cut it
all off. Let .folks send ibs1 some
money for a change. Where's all
those trillions we were suppose
to get in the form of a portion of
the profits of the oil in Iraq?
Open ANWR'now, drill
offshore now, those folks that
kept saying 10 years ago, there's'
no point anyway, because it'll
take. 10 years to start producing.
Well, folks, the clock has
struck midnight. We would be
pumping millions of barrels
a day on our own soil. The
Keystone Pipeline MUST be-a
priority, with Canadian, help and
cooperation, which of course we
will get because it is in both our
interests for the pipeline to open
up. It could be finished in tess
than three years. Build new or.
refurbish old refineries if they are


Health care professionals


discuss Affordable Care Act


in too bad a shape to fix. Knock
them down. Yeah, we're back to
that pesky 10 years. All of these
things would be in operation jf
the congress would have allowed
i.t that pesky 10 years'ago.
I also, in a totally unrelated
way, love watching a group
of scientists, specifically
climatologists, who claimed 30
years ago we would be in an "ice
age" in 30 years. Well, the 30
years are here. If you discount
the anomaly of the winter of
2011, the three winters before it
set records for 1938, 1954 and
another year I can't remember
for record cold and record length
of the cold. But the self-same
scientists now are claiming we
are .gonna melt from global
warning. North Florida is my
home, and the winters have come
really cold,-kinda mild now and
then for a long time since. I just
celebrated the 40"h anniversary
of my 20'" birthday. I do know
about these things.
God bless all here, and God
bless America, still "one nation
under God."
This must be done NOW. Too
subtle?
John Bridwell
Lake Butler


Rules for

some only?

A few years ago I attended
a meeting at Starke Golf and
Country Club. The subject of the
meeting was operation of golf
carts on the roads in the area of
the golf course. This meeting
was chaired by Bradford County
Sheriff Gordon Smith.
I recall that it was decided to
designate the area around the golf
course as a golf cart community.
It was stressed that the minimum
age to operate a golf cart on these
roads would be 14. At no time
was there any mention of ATVs
being driven in this area.
A few months back I
was -returning home and less
than a half block from my house
almost ran over a child on an
ATV. I went into the house
shaken and called the sheriff's
office dispatch to report what
happened, I had also mentioned
to my wife what had happened
and she said that she had also
had a near miss with a youngster
driving an ATV. She also told
me that there were two boys on
two different machines and that
she had seen them racing against
each other.
I called one other time since
then and it has not stopped. I
have seen one of the boys on one
of the ATVs as recently as last
week. I- estimate these boys to
be around 10 years old.
I mentioned to a friend of mine
who is a sworn officer in the
sheriff's office what happened
and his face turned red, and he
didn't give any indication that he
could do anything. I understand
that it would have put him in an
uncomfortable situation. He also
/lives in the general area of the
golf course and apparently has
seen the boys also.
I; found out later from my
wife that one of the boys is the
sheriff's son as she had seen
one of the ATVs parked at the
sheriff's house. It's amazing to
me that laws/rules only apply to
certain people.
Gerald Moody
A concerned citizen of
Bradford County


HONOR
Continued from 28

by Farnsworth: "Let no man
despise thy youth; but be thou
an example of the believers, in
word, in conversation, in charity,
in spirit, in faith, in purity."
"My point is, young people,
you are never too young to make
a difference," Farnsworth said.
"The way you carry yourself
on a daily basis is setting an
example for those around you."
As he, coAtinued talking.
about the community's youth,
Farnsworth said parents should
have high expectations for their
children. He said a child today
could very well be sworn in as
president of. the United States
one day.
The comment, which drew
heavy applause, was one of
several made in relation to
President Obama's inauguration,
which was also held on Jan.
21. Rev. Clarence DeSue,
who served as the master of
ceremony, talked about how
King believed in 40 years' time,
the U.S. would have an African-


plan .issues a separate policy
for heart disease, or for cancer,
t


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
No matter what you call
it, changes in health care are
already under-way in the United
States.
So, whether you call it the
Patient Protection andAffordable
Care Act, the Affordable Care
Act or Obamacare, how does
it affect you and those in the
medical community?
Dr. David Sikes of Starke
Family Medical Center and
Brent Burish, the CEO of Shands
Starke Regional Medical Center,
discussed some of the aspects
of the Affordable Care Act, and
while they may not agree with
every component of the act, they
do agree with the reason for the
act's existence.
"The intention is the one thing
I do agree with-however, we
get there," Sikes said. "I think
overall 'it should provide more
access to medical care...which
is good."
Burish said, "Certainly we
support increasing access (to
medical care), and I think this
does this on an individual level
for many people."
Some aspects of the act are
already in effect. For example,
it allows the Food and Drug
Administration to approve
more generic medications, it
increases the rebates on drugs
people get through Medicare, it
prohibits insurers from dropping
consumers because of an illness
and any new health insurance
plan must allow for preventive
care screenings without
requiring a co-pay or having to
meet a deductible.
"Its effect .is going to be
spread out about the next four
years," Sikes said. "We really
won't notice the big changes
until 2014 and 2015.
On Jan. 1, 2014, pre-existing
conditions will no longer affect
the cost of insurance premiums.


American president.
Now, the nation's first
African-American president
was being sworn in for a second
term, DeSue said.
Honoring the legacy of one


(A high-risk pool has been
established in the meantime
to provide coverage for such
individuals.)
"What that means to the
average person is there'll be
no more denials," Sikes said.
"There'll be no more caps."
The intent is that all people
will pay the same regardless of
their medical history. Burish said
those who already have health
insurance may see an increase in
their payments.
"For those with health
insurance, .much of 'it is
employer-sponsored, so it may
depend on their employer, but
there is an expectation that
premiums will increase at least
over the next two years," Burish
said. "Part of that is to cover the
no-pre-existing-condition clause
and the cost of that-so that
you're automatically covered for
health insurance.
"How large that increase is
depends entirely on the plan and
the employer."
The costs, though, with the
elimination of pre-existing
conditions, will make insurance
more affordable for more people.
(Those who can afford to get
insurance but do not will have
to pay a tax under the Affordable
Care Act.)
Also, each state will have an
established health insurance
exchange-an organization that
will create a competitive market
for buying health insurance.
Beginning in 2014, exchanges
will serve primarily individuals
buying insurance on their own
and small businesses with up to
100 employees, though states
can choose to include larger
employers in the future.
.Florida has yet to establish
such an exchange, which can
be a nonprofit op government
entity. If a state does not create
such an exchange, the federal


individual and' celebrating the
momentous achievement of-.
another-it seemed to be tht'a'
good way to celebrate the day. -
As Farnsworth said, "Today is agh
exciting day for many reasons."


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government will do so.
"We don't have a grasp yet of
the direction Florida's going to
go," Burish said.
What Burish has'more of a.
grasp on is the impact of more
affordable insurance. .
"The expectation in- --our
review is that 32 million people -
will become insured who are;
currently uninsured," Burish
said. '
Such a large increase in the
number of people who would be
more prone to seek medical care
does create some concerns.
"There's' little in this billf,
that addresses expansion of,
providers to make sure there,,
are enough providers to care for
all these people who are now,-
insured and presumably need:.:-
coverage," Burish said.
Sikes said there is already:
a shortage of physicians and;;
that by 2014, it is anticipated';-
the health care system will be
52,000 doctors short of being
able to adequately meet the,
increased number of patients..;.
"A lot of it is going to fall -
on nurse practitioners and
physicians' assistants," Sikes
said. "I'm not saying that's b ad,:
thing because they're qualified
to do primary care under'
supervision."
Burish said more than 20.000 -
people go to the Starke Regional..
Medical Center emergery
department per year. That is-:
a number that has increased
over the past couple of )ears,'
and services have e\panded7to_.
account for that. He said he doesi_
not see more insured paiienLs as
affecting the hospital, but did
say, "One area Where I do expGt'i
to see. an impact is with t ie
Shands Medical Group and th'e
other primary care ph siciansmiri
-our community."
Sikes said he expects Starkbe

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THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013. TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 5B



Keystone girls defeat Santa Fe for District 5-2A soccer title


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Tog seed Keystone Heights
scored four goals in the first
half en route to defeating second
seed Santa Fe 5-4 for the District
5-2A girls' soccer championship
on Jan. 18 in Alachua.
It was the first district title.for
the Indians (18-3-1) since 2009,
but' their 11Ih. regional playoff
appearance in the program's
14-year existence. The Indians
were- scheduled to host District
6 runner-up Crystal River in a
regional quarterfinal match on
Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 7 p.m.
"Thiis is a tremendous group,"
head; coach David McCollum
said,.,"I rank them right up there
with one of'the best teams I've
ever, coached."
Morgan Gibbs, who had one
goad'and two assists, said, "We
were hungry. On the bus ride
here, we were very focused. I
think we just wanted it so bad,
notLonly for ourselves, but for
the seniors."
It was a quick start for both
teams as both goalies made
save- in the first two minutes.
Rayhel Trimble couldn't get a
shqtpast the Santa Fe goalie in
thefirst minute, but found the
neti'h the third minute, scoring
off 6f an assist from Madison
Colaiw to put the Indians up 1-0.
The Raiders's Taylor Martin


LEFT: Morgan
Gibbs takes
a free kick.
BELOW:
Madison Colaw
(foreground)
and a Santa Fp
player battle to
make a play on
an airborne ball.
Colaw and Gibbs
combined for
two goals and
three assists.


The Keystone Heights girls' soccer team defeated Santa Fe on its home field for its
first district championship since 2009.


answered approximately two
minutes later to even the score.
Trimble took another shot on
goal in the 10'Q minute. Her shot
was off the mark, but Gibbs was
"there to collect the rebound and
score:
Santa Fe would answer again,
with Briana Thomas scoring in
the 151" minute.
Keystone took the lead for
good when Colaw scored off
of 'an assist from Trimble in
the 22nd minute. The Raiders,
though, almost answered less
.than a minute later, but Keystone
goalie Haley Arzie punched a
shot up over the goal to prevent
the score.
The Indians took a 4-2 lead
into the half after Julia. Osteen
headed in a corner kick by Gibbs
in the 361' minute.


"It was great, especially
because Julie is one of my really
good friends," Gibbs said. "For
her to get a header, it was pretty
amazing."
Hanna Crane had the Indians'
only goal of the second half,
but it was huge as it proved to
be the difference. The Raiders
had pulled to within 4-3 on a
goal in the seventh minute, but
Keystone pushed the ball right
upfield, with scoring in the
eighth minute.
"If you wait and play a
defensive game, you're going
to get beat," McCollum said.
"It's as simple as that. You've
got to keep working. You've got
to keep going. The game never
stops. That's why soccer is such
a wonderful game, because
there's no ending until that final


whistle goes"
Arzie made several nice saves
in the second ,half, including
catching a rocket of a shot from
approximately 30 yards out.
Santa Fe did score again, but
not until approximately a minute
remained..
"I was just glad to be on top,
to-be honest,", McCollum said,
"(Santa Fe) is a tough team."
The win was just the icing on
the cake.
"This was our goal-to get
in the district (championship)
game," McCollum said. "We
exceeded our goal by winning.
We're happy about that."
If Keystone defeats Crystal
River, it will either host Santa Fe
or travel to Ocala to play Trinity

See CHAMPS, 10B


'Hdnna Crane (foreground)
pushes the ball upfield.




suffer 1-point
district loss
'BY CLIFF SMELLEY
BJeaional News/Sports Editor
W10-8 third-quarter advantage
b =the host Santa Fe Raiders
pl.ed to be the difference in'
tli, Keystone Heights. girls':
,baletball team's 29-28 District
5 -; loss on Jan. 18 in Alachua.
.adyson Maxwell had eight
pants for the Indians, who
J d15-14 at the half. Hannah
H-ktfilon and Caiylen Gonzales
scored seen and six points,
r iectiveh.

4j6i e by Quarter
KRIS: 15 0 8 5-28
SHS: 14 0 10 5-29

"stone scoring (28):
Qtnzales 6, Hamilton 7, Maxwell
E 6oore 3, Zinkel 4. 3-pointers:
tiilton. Free throws: 9-19.

wdians come

up short
against Yulee

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights boys'
basketball team held a lead after
three quarters, but in the end, the
Indians couldn't come up with
their second win' of the season,
losing 40-34 to visiting Yulee on
Jan. 18.
Buck Shobris scored eight
points for the Indians (1-18),
who were outscored 19-10 in the
fourth quarter.
Keystone played Bronson and
Hawthorne this past Monday and
Tuesday and will travel to play
Crescent City on Friday, Jan. 25,
at 7 p.m. On Monday, Jan. 28,
the Indians will host Bronson at
7:30 p.m:

Score by Quarter
YHS: 5 6 10 19-40
KHHS: 2 14 8 10-34

Keystone scoring (34): Kerr
4, Mayer 7, Nicholas 6, uhobris
8,' Smith 5, Valenzuela .4.
3-pointers: Mayer. Free throws:
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:William
,:Alderman
HAMPTON-William "Bill" Al-
. derman, 73, of Hampton, died Jan.
i"L6, 2013, at his residence with fam-
iily by his side.
- i' He was born on March 10, 1939,
;f;in Hampton to the late Thomas Jay
-Alderman and Clara Slaughter Al-
,,derman. Bill retired after 20 years
,,of dedicated service in the United
platese s Navy as a master chief petty
alfficer. He was of the Baptist faith.
Bill was preceded in death by:.
,,,is parents and his sisters, Frances
':Shoemaker and Mary Alice Taylor.
"" William is survived by: his wife
pf 52 years, Gypsy Judy Alderman
of HaIapton; his children, Cathy
iHenry) Campbell of Clintonville,
W.Va., Thomas G. Alderman of
Hiampton and Cynthia (Kevin)
''Q.nann of Hampton; his brother,
lThomas J. (Mary) Alderman of
':Ashville, N.C.;. his sister Janice
:-Townsend of Havana; his three
:.;grandchildren; and two great-grand-
-- Children.
eGraveside services were held Jan.
!:9 9 at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
-s Arrangements are under the care
S,-ad direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
r.ieral Services of Starke:
*;;x.-


Phoebe Bakken


SKayla Dawn C4astain


March 3rd, 1994-
Jan. 29th, 2011
Rest in Peace
You are not forgotten my
love. Nor will you ever
be. As long as life and
memory last, your soul
will live in us.
We miss you now,
Our heart is sore,
As time goes by
We'll miss you more
SYour loving smile;
Your gentle face,
No one can fill your
vacant place.
Author Unknown
Love,
, Mom, Jr, Joseph, Nana,
Pa, Gee'and dogs.






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STARKE-On Jan.--20, 2013,
Phoebe Green Bakken of Starke lIft
her earthly family to be with those
already with the Lord.
She was preceded in death by
her mother and father, .Winifred
"Boqts" Wimberly Green and Nel-
son T. Green, both of longtime
Bradford County families; her aunt,
Beth Wimberly; her sister, Ruby
Green Hudson; her brother-in-law
and devote fishing partner, Don
Hardenbrook; and her beloved old-
est son, Joseph "Joey" Bakken III.
She is survived by her husband
. of i,-vr '56 .years, Joseph. Bak-"
'- keii'II; her son, Gary Bakken; her
daughter-in-law, Susan Ebling Bak-
ken; her granddaughters, Arpanda
B. McKinney (Richard), Heather
Bakken (M.J. Dodd), Samantha
Bakken (Raymond Alexander) and
Brittany Bakken (Derek Levine);


Gladys AlLen
STARKE-Gladys St. Johns Al-
len, 90, of Starke died Thursday,
Jan. 17, 2013, at Bradford Terrace
Care Center in Starke after-an ex-
tended illness.
She was born in Olustee, liv-
ing most of her life in Starke. She
was the daughter of the late Audley
G. St. Johns and Mae Beasley St.
'Johns. She was preceded in death
by: her husband, John Mattox Al-
len; daughters Linda Burgen and
Fay Vickery; and sons Gordon Al-I
len, James Allen and Edward Allen.
She. was a homemaker and a
member of Church of God in Starke.
She is survived -by: her son,
Lloyd (Gail) Allen of Starke; broth-
er Theo St. Johns of Lake City'
sister Bernice McPherson of Or-
lando; 19 grandchildren; 31 great-
grandchildren; and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Jan.
21 at Madison Street Baptist Church
of Starke with Rey. Randall Griffis
officiating. Burial followed at Olus-
tee Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archer Funeral Home of Lake
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her greatgrandchildren, Owen and
Dylan McKinney, Kurston and
TaKeirra Bakken, Damarion Dodd,
Raelynn Alexander and Adrianna
Levine; and her niece, Linda Bak-
ken Dipaolo (Rich). She also has
left for a while Joe's large family
in North Dakota and Minnesota, the,
Bakkens; her sister, Oleeta Harden-
brook; her brothers, Harry Green
(Mabel) and D. Ritch Green (Jean);
her nieces and nephews and their
spouses and families; her adopted
family, John-boy, Margie, David
and Sam Schafer; many special
"children" that were like sons and
daughters to her over the years; and
a multitude of friends and extended
family in Bradford County and all
over North Florida.
Born in Starke on Aug. 2, 1935,
she passed over suddenly Sunday
morning at the Malcom Randall
Veterans Administration Medical
Center as a result of surgical com-
plications. Despite the excellent
care she received, and her mighty
struggle, for the first time in her life
she could not sustain the fight that
she faced.
Except for her years of service
to our country as a young member
of the United States Marine Corps,
and the time she lived with the Bak-
kens in North Dakota, Phoebe was
a lifetime Bradford County resident.
She remained a proud U.S. Marine
until the day of her death, and was
much respected by her final caregiv-
ers at Malcom Randall for her mili-
tary service. She was of the United
Methodist faith, and was a lifelong
member of First United Methodist
Church of.Starke.
Wife, mom, "Giggle," as her
grandchildren and great-grand-
children called her, sister, aunt,
cousin, friend and faithful servant
of her God and country, her ability
to bring a smile to any face will be
missed until we see her again.
Semper Fidelis.
Funeral services were held at
First United Methodist Church in
Starke Jan. 23, with a graveside
service at Highland Baptist Church
Cemetery following.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services,
Starke. Visit www.archietannerfu-
neralservices.com to sign the fam-
ily's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Ethel
Clinton-Lilly
OAK HILL-Ethel Vivan
Clinton-Lilly, 79, of Oak Hill died
Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013, at Halifax
Health Hospice of Volusia/Flagler,
Edgewater.
Born ip,Npv myrna Beach, Ms..
Clinton-titly. was valedictorian of
the classof 1951. She was a viva-
cious woman with a kind and gentle
spirit who was beautiful inside and
out. She loved life and people and
poured her amazing talents into ev-
erything she did, such as artwork,
crafts, decorating, floral arrange-


ments, acting, cooking, sewing,
playing the piano and singing. You
name it, and she could do it, with
not only talent, but with style and
grace.
Survivors inclUde: four children,
Stephen C. (Dianne) Lilly of Lake-
land, James lD/(Troi) Lilly Jr. of
Lakeland, LauraA. (James) Yonn
of Lake Butler and Ursula (An-
gelo A.) Moccia of Oak Hill; four
siblings, Lavevna L. Harris of Oak
Hill, H. Kathryn Crawford of New
Smyrna Beach, Carol Jean Clinton
and Laurence B. Clinton of Oak
Hill; one sister-in-law, Areta E..
Clinton; eight grandchildren; and a
large extended family.
She was preceded in death by:
her brother, Robert L. Clinton Jr.
A memorial service will be held
at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, at
Settle-Wilder's New Smyrna Beach
chapel.
Memorial donations for can-
cer research rnay be made in Ms.
Clinton-Lilly's name to American
Cancer Society SE Florida, 1737 N.
Clyde Morris Blvd., Suite 140, Day-
tona Beach, FL 32117.
Condolences may be made online
at www.settlewilderfuneralhome.
corn.
Arrangements are being handled
by Settle-Wilder Funeral Home and
Cremation Service of New Smyrna
Beach.
PAID OBITUARY

Laura Corley
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Laura Davis Corley, 58, of Green
Cove Springs, died at Bradford Ter-
race Care Center on Thursday, Jan.
17, 2013, after a long illness.
She was born in Jacksonville and
lived most of her life in Raiford,
Lake Butler and Ft. White and Co-
lumbia County. She was a licensed
practical nurse. She also worked
with the Union County Sheriffs Of-


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She was preceded in death by:
her mother, Iris M. Sapp.
She was a member of First Bap-
tist Church of Raiford and the LPN
Union.
She is survived by: her son, Jus-
tin Corley of W.Va.; father and
step-mother, John E. and Shirley
Davis; brothers Don (Susan) Davis
and Dan (Melahie) Davis of Rai-
ford, and Joseph M. (Terri) Davis
and John E. (Kimberly) Davis II of
Green Cove Springs; sister, Tami
(Richard) Woods of St. Augustine.
Memorial services will be held
Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, in the chapel
of Archer Fuiieral Home in Lake
Butler with Rev. Joe Murphy offi-
ciating. Burial will follow in Sapp
Cemetery.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of services.

-Robert Cornwall
HAWTHORNE-Robert Gerald
Cornwall, 65, of Hawthorne, died
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at his resi-
dence following an extended illness.
He was born August 1947 to
the late Robert and Thelma May
(Wilkerson) Cornwall in Jackson-
ville. Mr. Cornwall was a Native
American of the Creek and Chero-
kee tribes. Mr. Cornwall served in
the U.S. Army.
Along with his parents, he was
preceded in death by: a son, Robert
Gerald Cornwall Jr.
He is survived by: his daughter,
Michelle (Rey) Regulacion of Cal-
lahan; a -son, Shane Cornwall of
.Callahan; brothers Steve Cornwall
of Bonifay, James Cornwall of Ft.
Myers, Wayne (Kelly) Cornwall of
Ft. Myers, Jessie Cornwall of Law-
tey and Jerry (Tina) Cornwall of
Starke; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held. at
1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.. 24, in the
DeWitt C. Jones chapel with Rev.


Lester Austin officiating. lit lieu
of flowers, memorial contributions
to assist the family can be.made to
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home, 620
E. Nona St., Starke,FL.32091.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.


Tommie DeSue
STARKE-Tommie DeSue,..84,
died Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at Brad-
ford Terrace Care Center in Starke.
He was born in Starke on April
12, 1928, and was a lifetime resi-
dent. He served with the U.S. Army
and was a-veteran of the Korean
War. He retired as a truck driver and
attended the local schools of Brad,
ford County. He was of the Method-
ist faith.
He is survived by: sisters and
caregiver, Clara M. Covington,
Marion DeSue and Patsy Davey, all
of Starke; daughters Sherry Roberts
and Angela DeSue, both of Gaines-
ville, Annett Simmons, Annett
Jackson and Lashaun (Toot) Kelly,
all of Starke; and son Greg DeSue
of South Carolina.
Funeral services will be held
at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 26, at
New Covenant Baptist Ministries of
Starke with Elder Claud Bonds and
Pastor and Rev. Isiah Jenkins as eu-
logist. Interment will be held in Bob
Love Cemetery in Pleasant Grove.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
Jan. 25, at the Carl D. Haile Me-
morial chapel. Family hour is'from
4-5 p.m. Friends may visit from
5-7 p.m. and at the church on Sat-
urday one hour prior to the service.
The family will meet at the home of
Clara Covington at 1226 Larry St.
in Starke at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 26 to
form the cortege.
Arrangements are under the di-
rection of Haile Funeral Home in
Starke.


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,Christine Dyal
LAKE BUTLER-Christine
;Bryant Dyal, 64, of Lake Butler
died on Monday, Jan. 21, 2013, at
the Shands University of Florida
'Medical Center after an extended
illness.
She was born in Bradford
County and lived most of hei life
in Lake Butler. She was employed
_as an Avon representative and was
.a member of First Community
Church of Brooker. She was the
daughter of the late Randolph Bry-
ant and Wilma Carter Bryant Ryder.
'She was also preceded in death by:
;a sister, Joann Bryant.
She is survived by: her husband
'of 48 years: George Dyal; daughter
ITammie (Jon) Winn of Lake Butler;
one granddaughter; five great-
grandchildren; sisters Louise Hall
'of Mississippi,'Judy Egantaff of
'Raiford, Tammy Foerman of Lake
Butler and Barbara (Ben) Williams
of Wellborn; brothers Jimmy (Deb-
'bie) Bryant of Lake Butler, Daniel
-(Elaine) Bryant of Raiford, Don-
ald (Becky) Bryant of Raiford and
,'Frank (Becky) Bryant of Lake But-
ler.
SGraveside funeral services and
: burial will be held Thursday, Jan.
:.24, at 2 p.m. at Mt. Zion Cemetery'
':.'with Rev. Joyce Hunter officiating.
,:Family will receive friends from -6
Sto 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at
the funeral home.
SArcher Funeral Home is in charge
Sicof arrangements.
iiRobert Edwards
STARKE-Robert "Bobby" Ed-
Swards, 85, born in Starke, the son of
SLacy and Carrie Edwards, died Sat-
"urday, Jan. 1.9, 2013.
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daughter-in-law, three granddaugh-
ters, five great-grandthildren, and
one surviving brother. He will be
deeply missed.
Graveside services were held Jan.
23 at Santa Fe Cemetery with Pastor
Jimmy Scott officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke.

Jeremy Gibson
STARKE-Infant Jeremy Cole
Gibson was born into Heaven on
Jan. 11, 2013, at Shands at the Uni-
versity of Florida.
He is survived by: his parents,
Jeremy and Heather Nicole Alvarez
Gibson; brother Jack Roman Gib-
son; maternal grandparents Gregory
and Stephanie Alvarez; paternal
grandparents Bob and Luana Gib-
son; maternal great-grandparents
Roman and Betty Alvarez; Ursel
and the late Donald Thornton; pa-
ternal great-grandmother Kathleen
Bacon; and maternal -great-great-
grandmother Doris Starling Ru-
dolph, all of Starke.
.-Graveside funeral services were
held on Jan. 19 in Crosby Lake
Cemetery with Rev. Roman Alva-
rez and Rev. Steve Boyd officiating.
, Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Frankie Pipkins
GLEN ST. MARY-Frankie
Mae Cruce Pipkins, 62, of Glen St.
Mary died Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013,
after a lengthy illness.
A longtime Baker County resi-
dent, she retired from Northeast
Florida State Hospital, where she
was,a supervisor for over 20 years.
She was an active member of Em-
manuel Baptist Church in Mac-
cleiny.
She is survived by: her. sons,
.


Charles (Erica) Pipkins and Frank
(Rena) Pipkins, all of Glen St.
Mary, Daniel (Pia) Dugger of
Boynton BeachN Matthew Lindsey
of Baxter and Michael Donley of
Fort Leavenworth, Kan.; daughters
Chrystal Pipkins of Glen St. Mary
and Michelle Crews and Megan
Donley, both of Baxter; brothers
Quincy (Dee) Cruce of'Fleming
Island, Marvin (Rosemary) Cruce
of Georgia, Marcus (Cindy) Cruce
of Tennessee, Frank (Beth) Cruce
of Lake Butler and George (Linda)
SCruce of Starke; sisters Eula Mae
Carlton, Gennell Starling and Ger-
trude (Duane) Griffis of Starke,
Virginia (Tommy) Linzy, Lucinda
Batten, -and Berniece Duncan of
Lawtey, Gertie Faye Noegel of
.Kingsley Lake and Cathern (Arnie
Gene) Duncan of Woodville; and
six grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by:
her parents, Frank and Gertrude
Cruce, and by her husband, Alvin
Eugene Pipkins.
A memorial service was held Jan.
22 at Emmanuel Baptist Church in
Macclenny with Rev. Keith Linzy
and Pastor Michael Ramondetta of-
ficiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Forbes Funeral
Home.

James Suttles
GAINESVILLE-Jimes Leon
Suttles, 67, of Gainesville died Jan.
14, 2013, at his residence.
He was born on Feb. 6, 1945, in
Sylvester, Ga., to the late Jim Frank
Suttles and Salatha Kate Gafford
Suttles. James retired from GRU af-
ter many years of dedicated service
as an electrical troubleman. James
was of the Christian faith.
'James was preceded in death by:
his parents; and his sister, Ruby Jo


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D'Amato.
James is survived by: his wife
of 48 years, Barbara Brock Suttles;
his son, Jim "Frank" Suttles of Rai-
ford; his daughters, Donna (Bruce)
Massey of Starke and Jamie Ca-
ruthers of Gainesville; his four
grandsons; five granddaughters; and
his sister, Frankie Hicks of Craw-
ford, Ga.
Graveside services were held
Jan. 18 at Long Branch Cemetery
with Pastor Steve Pippin and Pastor
:James Parker officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke.


Douglas Sutton

Douglas Sutton
GAINESVILLE- Douglas
"Mackie" MacArthur Sutton, 69,
went to be with his Lord on Jan. 19,
2013, after an extended illness.
He was the son of the late Wal-
ter Preston Sutton and Janey Mabel
Colson Sutton. He was preceded in
death by: his wife, Carole Jane; his
brothers, Fletcher, Wayne and Cone
Sutton.
He is survived by: his siblings,
Viona Tew, Martha McDonald,
LaMarr Sutton and his wife Nancy,
and Margie and Ron Nichols, as
well as.many nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Jan. 24, at 12 p.m. at Ar-
chie Tanner Funeral Services with
Pastor Jimmy Scott officiating. In-
terment will follow at Orange Hill
Cemetery in Williston. The family
will receive friends one hour.prior
to the service.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Lavaughn Swails
WELBORN- Lavaughn Wayne
Swails, 81, of Welborn died Thurs-
day, Jan. 17, 2013, at Suwannee Ha-
ven Hospice in Lake City after an
extended illness.
He was born in Branford, living
most of his life in Cocoa Beach un-
til moving to Welborn 13 years ago.
He was the son of the late John B'
Swails and Lela Kirby Swails. He
was a World War II Army veteran
and was in the paint and body busi-
ness. He was a member of Water-
town Congregational Methodist
Church.
He is survived by: his wife,
Carol M: Swails; daughter Lorie
Lee Spicer of Ohio; stepdaughters
Wanda Carol (Donald) Nbrman of
Raiford, Debra Ann Natividad of
Orange Park and Elizabeth Bass of
Welborn; son Wayne Swails Jr. of
Cocoa Beach; stepsons William C.
(Lydia) Phillips Jr. of Lake City and
Gregory Scott Barber of Welborn;
sister Doris White of Tampa; 12
grandchildren; and 18 great-grand-
children.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day, Jan. 22, at Watertown Congre-
gational Methodist Church in Lake
City with Rev. Randy Qgburn of-
ficiating. Burial followed at Elzey
Chapel Cemetery in Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements.


Amanda Wilkinson

Amanda
Wilkinson
TOMBALL, TEXAS-Amanda
Mott Wilkinson, 86, of Tomball,
Texas (formerly of Hollister), went
peacefully to be with the Lord at


her daughter's home in Tomball,
surrounded by her loved ones, on
Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013, following
an extended illness.
Mrs. Wilkinson was a resident
of the Hollister/Interlachen area for
over 40 years. She served with her
husband, Preacher Edgar. Wilkin-
son, at Hollister Baptist Church for
29 years and later at Anchor Baptist
Church in Seville. She was a strong
supporter of Hollister Christian
Academy, where she once seraVe"
as secretary. Mrs. Wilkinson's main
goal in life was spreading the gospel
of Christ to everyone she met. One
of her greatest joys was teaching the
junior Sunday school class while at
Hollister. She also enjoyed fishing
with Edgar, gardening and travel-
ing. She spent the last five yearsin,
Tomball, where she attended Cdn-
tral Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death
by: her husbinrd, Preacher Edgar
Wilkinson; her parents, Emma Lew-
is Mott and Newton (Newn) Mott;
one sister, Doris Layfield; and dne
brother, J. R. Mott.
Mrs. Wilkinson is survived by:
a son, James Edward Wilkinson;of
Interlachen; two daughters, Carleen
(Jerrell) Wolff of Tomball and Glo-
ria (Doug) Kolajack of Houston;
one sister, Mary Jones of Gairies-
ville; one brother, Marshall Mott'of
Kentucky; five grandchildren, Jen-
nifer Von Meier,.Eric Wilkinson,
Robin Bryant, Cathy Lockhart and
Joey Messer; and 10 great-grand-
children, Dutch, Gabby, Westbn,
Ethan, Broc, Nick, Libby, Ad&m,
Emma and Mary.
The family would like to give a
special "thank you" to Ella Angstadt
of Hollister Baptist Church, Sahdy
Ramsey of Anchor Baptist Church,
Pastor Larry and.Sheryl Litzell-'of
Anchor Baptist Church, the Hollis-
ter Baptist Church membership, the .
ladies of "Amanda's Circle" from
Anchor Baptist Church and the
many friends who prayed and sup-
ported her these past few years.
The funeral was held Jan. 23 at
Hollister Baptist Church with pas-
tors Larry Litzell and Dean Myers
officiating. In honor and celebration
ofI Mrs. Wilkinson's life, a video
tribute was shown. Interment fol-
lowed in Hollister Sweetwater
Cemetery.
Memorial.gifts may be sent to
Hollister Baptist Church at 107
Hollister Church Road, Hollister,
FL 32147. Messages of sympathy
may be expressed 'on her online
guestbook at
www.themastersfuneralhome.coin.
Masters Funeral Home of tal-
atka is in chargeof arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY
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were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Union or Clay
(K stone Heights area)
counties:

Edwin Baker, 26, of. Starke
was arrested Jan. 18 by Clay
deputies for petit theft from a
retail merchant and resisting a
retail merchant.

Randy Kent Barnett, 47, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 20 by
Bradford depatjes for DUI.


Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released Jan.20.
Dianna Barney,41, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 21 by Clay
deputies for DUI.
Champagne Altamisha Blue,
16, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 7 by Union deputies for
failure to appear.
Jency Box, 33, of Starke was
arrested Jan. 15 by Clay deputies
for a probation violation.
Stevie Branch, 30. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 by Clay deputies for
possession of less than 20 grams
of cannabis.
Teresa Brown, 47, of Lake
Butler was arrested Jan. 15 by
Union deputies for disorderly
intoxication.
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27, of Hampton was arrested
Jan. 17 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Gerald Christian, 61, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 16 by Clay deputies for
DUI-damage to person or
property.
Christina Rena Coffman, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
2 by Union deputies for larceny.
William Russell Gatlin, 48, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 19 by
Starke police for driving without
a valid license and DUI. Bond
was set at $7,000 and he was
released Jan. 19.
Neal Golden, 55, of Lawtey
'was arrested Jan. 21 by Clay
deputies for contempt of court.
Jesus B. Granados, 23, of
Lake City was arrested Jan. 18
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Jan.
19.
Randall Leon Green, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released Jan. 20.
Guy Thomas Hammon, 53,
of Starke was arrested Jan.
20 by Bradford .deputies for
aggravated battery. Bond was
set at $50,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Drain Antwon Hankerson,
28, of Starke was arrested Jan.
16 Starke police for possession
of drug equipment. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was released
Jan. 17.
Nicole L. Hedrick, 35, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan, 8
by Union deputies for battery.
Herbert Edward Herndon,
46, of Lulu was arrested Jan.
15'by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was released
Jan. 15.
Lisa Michell Jeffrey, 42, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 18 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana, larceny and driving
with a revoked, expired or
suspended license. Bond was set
at $6,000 and she was released


Jan. 20.
Leslie Jacqueline Kraft-Burk,
50, of Miramar was arrested Jan.
20 by Starke police for DUI.
Bond was set at $1,000 and she
was released Jan. 21.
Bruce Austin Lee, 33, of
Worthington ,Springs was
Arrested Jan. 9 by Union deputies
for a probation violation.
James Corbett Lewis, 40,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 18
by Starke police on 44 counts
of possession of a weapon by
convicted felon, four counts of
selling synthetic narcotics and'
one count of resisting an officer.
Bond was set at $390,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Alphonso Vera Lopez, 25, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 5
by Union deputies for driving
without a valid license.
John Wesley Mengelson, 29,
of Melrose was arrested Jan.
19 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drug equipment
and possession of synthetic
narcotics. Bond was set at
$2,500 and he was released Jan.
20.
Shfinnon Britton Miley, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 10
by Union deputies for disorderly
intoxication.
Leon Minchew, 33, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 15 by Clay
deputies for being a fugitive
from justice.
Samuel Lewis Newell, 70, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 18 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set
at $500 and he was released Jan.
18.
Norman DeWitt Newman,
36, of Hampton. was arrested
Jan. 15 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Brandi Michael Norsworthy,
32, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 19 by Union deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license. ,
George Anthony Padgett,. 50,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 17 Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Bron Jan Pawl, 64, was
arrested Jan. 20 by Bradford


deputies for throwing a missile
into a dwelling, vehicle,
building or aircraft. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Jennifer Peabody, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 16 by Clay deputies for
retail theft.
Mildred Elizabeth Pope, 23,
of Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
9 by Union deputies for failure
to appear.
Ellorandzro Powell, 32, of
SStarke was arrested Jan. 10 by
Union deputies for possession
of marijuana"and resisting an
officer.
Elizabeth Reinheinmer, 34,
of Middleburg was was arrested
Jan. 16 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. She
remained in jail at press time.
Willie Lee Reynolds, 27, of
Palatka was arrested Jan. 18 by
Bradford deputies for resisting
an officer. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released Jan.
19.
Bessie Douglas Richerson,
76, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 20 by Bradford deputies for
battery and resisting an officer.
She was released Jan. 21.
Geraldine Alisa Richerson,
43, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 20 by Bradford deputies for
resisting an officer and battery.
She was released Jan. 21.
Glenda Faye Richerson, 39,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 20 by
Bradford deputies for resisting
an officer, battery and failure to
appear. She remained in jail at
press time.
Efron Sanchez-Sales, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 19 by Clay deputies for
driving without a valid driver's
'license.
William Elzie Sanders, 30, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 19 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at,
$1,000 and he was released Jan.
20.
'Tyler Edward Sapp, 21, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 2
by Union deputies for failure to
appear.
Brittany Leigh Schult, 19,
of Savannah, Ga., was' arrested


Jan. 18 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana *and
possession of drug equipment.
Bond was set at $3,000 and she
was released Jan. 19.
Ashley Seifried, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 15 by Clay deputies for
retail theft.
Donald Wayne Stewart, 50,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 16
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Jan.
16.
Brooke L. Thurman, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 15 by Bradford deputies for
fraud, dealing in stolen property
and larceny,..Bond was set at
$25,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Markesh Tarvell Tyson, 23, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 21 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
-Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained injail at press time.
Kristopher Wanton, 30, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 16
by Clay deputies for domestic
battery and a. violation of.
probation.
David .Wilkerson, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 19 by
Clay deputies for giving false
information to a pawn shop,
grand theft and dealing in stolen
property.
Darren Duntrel Williams, 29,
of Palatka was arrested Jan.
18 by Bradford deputies for
resisting an officer, possession
of marijuana and driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $12,000
and he was released Jan. 19.
Patricia Lynn Woodard, 39, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 18
by Union deputies for possession
of narcotics equipment and
possession of drugs.
Kristina Woody, 24, of
,Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 19 by Clay deputies for
grand theft and fraudulent use of
a credit card.
Brandon\ Cole Zimmerman,
18, of G avetown, Ga., was
arrested Jan. 18 by Starke'
police for possession of liquor
by an underage person. He:,was
released Jan. 19.


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THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


9B 7


8 from BHS, KHHS earn medals at Keystone Invitational


Bradford's Samantha Cook lifts her way to first in the
unlimited class.


Keystone's Morgan Boettcher was the runner-up to
Cook.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford's Samantha Cook
and Keystoide Heights' Jealyn
Miller each won their weight
classes, while a total of eight.
lifters from the two schools
earned first-sixth-place medals
at the annual KHHS Invitational,
which was held Jan. 19.
Citrus and Gainesville earned
d total of 25 medals and finished
First and second, respectively.
Vanguard was the third-place
team.
Cook, who is the reigning state
champion in the unlimited class,
Finished with a total 10 pounds
better than that of second-place
finisher Morgan Boettcher of
Keystone. Cook had a bench
press of 235 pounds and a clean
and jerk of 225 for a total of 460.
Boettcher had a bench of 225
and a clean arid jerk of 225 for a
total of 450.
Miller had a total that was
10.pounds more than that of
Gainesville's Megan Neal to
win the 110 class. Miller had a
bench of 120 and a clean and
jerk of 115 for a 235 total.
Bradford had a total of five
lifters earn top-six finishes.
Luci Hamn placed third in the
101 class with a 170 total (90
bench, 80 clean and jerk), while
teammate Amanda Young was
fifth with a 160 total (80, 80).


RIGHT:
Keystone's
Jealyn Miller
took first in
the 110 class.
BELOW RIGHT:
Bradford's
Allison Scoft
competes in the
bench press
with coach
Deac Story
spotting her.

Allison Scott was sixth in the
110 class with a 200 total (95,
105).
Keystone's Heather Fitts
earned a medal by placing fifth
in the unlimited class with a 285
total (150, 135).,
Other lifters who competed
for Keystone were: Juliana
Kramer (101 class), 45-45-90;
Julia Sorano (110), 100-70-170;
Kayla Baker (119), 75-90-165;
Jolene Miller (139), 80-80-160;
Molly Gfaff (154), 75-80-155;
Taylor Jewett (183), 85-105-
190; Sami Jo Anderson (199),
90-80-170; and Emma Albritton
(199), 75-65-140.
Also lifting for Bradford were:
Latiqua Brown (101) 75-75-150;
Karen Clark (110), 95-105-200;
Haleigh Clary (110), 80-80-160;

See LIFT, 10B


Bradford girls
cap perfect
regular season
in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/SpoPts Editor
STracey Kemp and Wilisha
Griner scored 16 and 10 points,
respectively; as the Bradford
girls' .basketball team defeated
visiting Williston 47-42 on Jan.
17.


Tornadoes 21-8 in the fourth
quarter.
Griner finished with a team-
high Il,.rebounds, while Allen
and Tiana Sheffield had six and
five, respectively.
Sheffield and Gault had four
steals each.

Score by Quarter


WHS:
BHS:


8 6 7 21-42
13 9 17 8-47


Bradford scoring (47): Allen 2,
Ardley 1, Diggs.7, Gault 6, Griner
1in UH IUUOUr\ Knr\iAiC qhp;infiI


It was the last. regular-season WosoU2,e 3-pointers: Ke, U
1, Woods 2. 3-pointers: Kemp 2.
.matchup against a District 5-4A os 2.
Free throws: 11-22.
Opponent for the Tornadoes,
wt~o will take a 10-0 record and
the number-one seed into the Earlier results:
upcoming district tournament.
Kemp and Griner combined BHS 59' Rams 25
forl56 points in the first half as Bradford outscored district
Bradford built a 22-14 lead.
Bradford built 22-14 lead. opponent Interlachen 19-6 in the
It was a one-point game in first quarter en route to a 59-25
the: second quarter until the win on Jan. 8 in Interlachen.
Tornadoes went on a 9-2 run. Griner scored eight of her
A...rebound putback by Griner team-high 15 points in the first
started the run, with Mackenzie
started the run, with Mackenzie quarter and finished with a team-
Gault following with a score in high nine rebounds.
transition. After a free throw by Diggs added 12 points, while
Keshanna Ardley, Kemp scored Kemp had nine.
ona drive to the basket to make Allen had five steals.
it a 20-12 game.
Kemp hit a floater in the lane Score ly Quarter
after a Williston basket to cap theartr
first-half scoring. BHS: 19 19 12 9-59
Bradford opened the third IHS: 6 9 7 3-25
quarter with a 13-0 run. Gault
got the scoring started by sinking Bradford scoring (59): Allen
a jump shot, while Taquandra 2, Ardley 3, Diggs 12, Gault 6,
Digg's scored in transition off Griner 15, Huds6n 6, Kemp 9,
of an assist from Kemp. Griner Woods 6. 3-pointers: Kemp.
and Quanisha Allen made a Free throws: 9-11.
free throw before Kemp made a
:3-poinfer to make the score 31- BHS 54 Santa Fe 44
!1f4 Griner and Kemp each.scored
Diggs and Griner each had a 13 points as the Tornadoes
basket as the Tornadoes .pushed defeated visiting Santa Fe 54-44
their lead to 35-14. for a district win on Jan. 11.
Bradford was able to hang Griner also had 14 rebounds
on as Williston outscored the.and five assists, while Diggs
added 10 points.


Score by Quarter
SFHS: 9 10 12 13-44
BHS: 15 13 13 13-54

Bradford scoring (54): Allen
4, Diggs 10, Gault 4, Griner 13,
Kemp 13, Sheffield 7, Woods 3.
3-pointers: Allen. Free throws:
11-37.


BHS boys
take 64-50 win
over Williston
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Marco Grimsley and Landon
Mitchell combined for 25 of the
Bradford boys' basketball team's
37 second-half points to help
the Tornadoes defeat visiting
Williston 64-50 in a District
5-4A matchup on Jan. 17.
Bradford, which improved to
6-3 against district opponents,
put together a 10-2 run early
in the third quarter that began
with a Mitchell 3-pointer and
ended with a Grimsley 3-pointer.
Grimsley.'s .long-range shot put
the Tornadoes up 39-29.
Williston's Damien Strange hit
a pair.of 3-pointers that would
help the Red Devils pull to within
three, but a steal by Mitchell led
to his own layup and was the
start of a 12-0 fourth-quarter
run. Grimsley threw down a
dunk following his own steal,
while Mitchell made 1-of-2
technical free-throw attempts.
Grimnsley then sank a jumper
before Mitchell connected on
his fourth 3-pointer. A dunk
by Justin McBride off of a
pass from Deantre Burch put
Bradford up 60-45.
McBride, who had- 13 first-
half points, led Bradford with 19
points, 14 rebounds and seven


blocked shots, while Mitchell
and Grimsley scored 17 and 11
points, respectively. Keaaris
Ardley added eight points to go
along with nine assists and four
steals.
Burch and Grimsley finished
with five and four assists,
respectively, while McBride and
Mitchell each had three.

Score by Quarter
WHS: 7 18 14 11-50
BHS: 18 9 15 22-64

Bradford scoring (64): Ardley


8, Burch 6, Grimsley 11, Jones
3, McBride 19, Mitchell 17:
3-pointers: Grimsley, Jones,
Mitchell 4. Free throws: 6-12.

Earlier result:

BHS 71 Ft. White 61
McBride scored 37 points and
had 17 rebounds and six blocks
as the Tornadoes handed visiting
Fort White its first district loss
by the score of 71-61 on Jan. 15.
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Bradford scoring (71): Aldridge
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Paul Landry with his bow and one of his trophy
mounts.




4 Fins, Fur )


& Tails

i By Mickey Agner


Fishing

Report and

Paul Landry

SSome leaves are still falling,
yet the azaleas are starting to
.prematurely bloom. The crappies
Shave.moved into their pre-spawn
water- levels in the shallower
local lakes. Likewise, they
have been bedding in Newnan's
Lake since the last new moon,
but have not yet moved into
their shallower water levels of
S-Kingsley Lake.
We have received a fair share
.of precipitation lately, but when
the clouds clear, the wind has.;
been strong enough to discourage
prospective fishermen. We are
currently under a waxing moon
that will culminate in its full
phase on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Considering the unusually mild


winter we have experienced, it
will be interesting see its impact
on the crappie bite.
Bear in mind, too, that the
bass should be moving into their
pre-spawn water levels shortly
after the crappies spawn.
Despite the unusual weather
conditions, the fish bite
continues t6 be good. Joey Tyson
of Keystone Heights' Bald Eagle
Bait and Tackle, cites numerous
successful catches last week
from the lakes in our southern
area. He specifically references
an 11-pound bass that came
out of Santa Fe Lake. He also
notes goodatilapia catches on the
spring runs south of Palatka.
As the water cools during
,our winters,: the. tilapia:in :the
St. Johns will seek the warmer
spring waters. In the clear,
shallow spring runs, fishermen
use their bow fishing outfits to
shoot the exotic fish.
Camp Blanding between
Kingsley Lake and the Bradford


County line always has cars
parked near the metal gates
that are placed intermittently
along the fence line. Those cars
represent bow hunters pursuing
their targeted game with their
preferred archery methods as
opposed to firearms. The more
you talk to dedicated hunters,
the faster you will realize that
bow hunting is not something
that can just be done, but it is
instead a method of hunting that
many outdoorsmen are zealously
passionate about. Furthermore,
you will have to look a long
time before you will find a more
knowledgeable representative
"of the topic than Paul Landry of
Starke.
Landry grew up in Starke, the
son of Pete and Bonnie Landry,
and he credits his father for
his ardent outdoor interests as
well as his knowledge and avid
pursuit of bow hunting. He has
two daughters who continue to
live in Starke: one a Bradford
High School graduate and the
other a freshman at BHS.
Landry has put in more than
30 years of full-time service
in the Florida National Giard,
including two tours of. duty
in Iraq. He is currently the
president of the Camp Blanding
Rod and Gun Club, which
is' a fishing and hunting club
exclusively for retired and active
National Guardsmen who access
the management areas of Camp
Blanding.
No one who has visited
Landry's home off of East
Market Road can question his
bow-hunting skills. If you enter
through the garage, you pass
several displays of deer skulls
and antlers, turkey feathers and
piles of more antlers, leaving
i the impression that it could be
a ceremonial burial ground for
deer. Entering through the front
door, you get the impression
that you are in a plush hunting-
lodge. On his living room
wall are two impressive deer
trophies and nearby are more
deer antlers. Additionally, he has
a complete closet dedicated to
his bows and archery equipment.
When asked about the recent
popularity of bow hunting, he
cites several factors, including
the demand upon hunting and
archery skills.
"You' have to know your
environment, you have to
manage your food plots and
you have to get the game in
closer than with firearms," he
said. "Once you get them within
range, you have to be able to
make the kill, which requires
good archery skills."
There is an exclusive hunting
season for archery, and if hunters
.want.t6hut ,during;that time it
must be by bow. Additionally,
Landry thinks the recent
popularity of the fictional, post-
apocalyptic movie "The Hunger
Games" and the subsequent
video games related to it has
propelled the popularity of bow


hunting also.
What really gets Landry going
is when you ask him about the
technicalities of archery. He will
quickly tell you the difference
between the recurv- and
compound bows. He will explain
the mechanical release, how to
level your arrows and how to
set your bow sights. Without a
breath he will, explain how to
fletch your arrows and whether
you need feathers or veins.
Landry ha all the equipment
necessary to service the most


ardent bow hunter including
the bow press and fletching
jigs. If you were interested in
bow fishing, he could show you
the necessary arrowheads and
fishing reels. His favorite fish to
shoot is tilapia, and he will tell
you easily how to compensate
for the water reflection when
shooting.
In between those explanations,
Landry might tell you he is
attending an Archery Shooters
Association Tournament on
Feb. 1 in hopes of adding to


Luci Hamn competes in the clean and jerk for Bradford. She placed third in her
class.


LIFT
Continued from 9B

Erika Crawford (110), 75-80-
155;.Christin Hopkins (119), 95-


CHAMPS
Continued from 5B

Catholic in a regional semifinal
match on Saturday, Jan. 26, at 7
p.m.
Regional championship
matches are set for Tuesday, Jan.
29,at7 p.m.

Indians advance to
championship match with
5-1 win


115-210; Brandi Nichols (129),
85-105-190; Autumn Rodgers
(129), 80-105-185; Makayla
Proctor (139), 105-110-215;
Ashton Johns (139), 70-0-70;
Haley Sampson (154), 90-115-


Colaw scored -two goals and
had one assist in the Indians'
5-1 win over Interlachen in the
semifinal round of the District 5
tournament on Jan. 16.
Interlachen's only goal came
off of a corner kick in the final
minute of the first half.
Colaw pushed the ball
aggressively upfield for her
first goal, which she buried in
the corner of the net in the third
minute. She then set up the
team's second goal, sending a


205; Ashlan Clark (154), 85-
115-200; Ryann Clemons (169),
95-105-200; Angela Byrd (183),
90-95-185; and Haley Sweat
(unlimited), 125-120-245.


cross to Crane in the 27t' minute.
Interlachen's goalie made a
save on a Colaw shot in the 29th
minute, but Colaw found the
net approximately four minutes
later, scoring on a corner kick by
Gibbs.
Gibbs recorded another assist
in the 67th minute, which set
up Trimble for a goal. Gibbs
then scored the final goal of the
match in the 69h' minute of an
assist from Taryn Davis.


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19041 964-6305

13521 473-2210

(386) 496-2261


11B


Where one call

does it a/I


S47
Commercial
SProperty(Rent,
Lease, Sale,)
FOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE, 1,500
sq.ft.- $1,000/mo.- up to
S3,000 sq.ft. contiguous
S$2,000/mo.
WAREHOUSE SPACE
1'3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
SSmith & Smith Realty.
S904-964-9222.
)OWNTOWN STARKE
Professional Offices for
Sent, $315 per month.
Conference room, kitch-
en, utilities and more
provided. 904-364-8395.
.RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
,. and 2.000 sq. ft. units.
SSouth HWY 301 front-
Sage, across from the
KOA Campground. Call
352-235-1675.
FOR RENT, Store front
on US. 301. Fruit
stand,detail shop, car
lot etc. For additional
r information call 904-364-
9022.
t-FOR RENT, rental space
; on E. Call St. next to
Chrissy Restaurant.
$400/mo. For additional
information call 904-964-
6305, ask for John.
S49
.Mobile Homes
for Sale
S100% FINANCING on new
"': 4BR/2BA Modular Home
Son 1 acre. $725/mo.
Flexible financing 904-
5: 589-9585.
MANUFACTURED Home,
HUD, foreclosures.Re-
rmodeled with new appli-
ances, carpet, paint. Low
down payment and pay-
.7>? ments starting at $575/
mo. 904-589-9585.
EVERYTHING INCLUDED,
: New modular home.
Completely furnished
with washer .dryer. Call
to qualify for our zero
down program. 904-589-
9585.
LIKE NEW, 2002 Horton
very clean. $37,500
set up with AC. Gall
904-259-4663.WAYNE-
FRIERMACCLENNY.
COM
LIKE NEW 3BR singlewide.
S16x60. 99 Skyline. Very
clean.- Includes set up,
Sdlivery $19,900. Call
904-259-4663.
WAYNE FRIER. MAC-
CLENNY Factory Out-
let. all homes $6-8K off
w/ free furniture & de-
cor. Cal. 904-259-4663.
Waynefriermacclenny.
com.
GREAT SHAPE 3BR.
S doublewide, Palm Har-
bor.: super clean. $29K,
S set up w/AC. Call 904-
S29-4663,, Wayngfrigr-
Smacclenny.com, -
REMODELED 3&4 Bed-
S room doublewide's
with land. Ready to
move in. $3,500 down/
$499 month. Call 904-
259-4663. Waynefrier-
macclenny.com.
2013 16x76 3 Bedroom.
$35,900, set up w/AC.
Call 904-259-4663.
i NEW 2013 28x48- 3/2 Ja-
-.- cobsen, $35,400 deliv-
: r-<' ered only. Or $39,995
delivered and set up,
big rooms. North Pointe
-'Homes 4545 NW 13th
St. Gainesville, 352-872-
?. 5566.
9-'; 2006-16x80- 3/2 $25,400-
5 --"2007 32x44 3/2
$33,500-----both homes
include delivery to your
5 6~ land. 'Several repo's
'riE coming in the next 10
.h a days. Call North Pointe
br Super Center for details
!s 352-872-5566.
'0o NEWLY RENOVATED
Triple wide, on one acre.
New well, carpet, metal
roof, vinyl siding, large
k wooden deck. Owner
financing. Call Bill 352-
745-0094. Must See.
3.5 ACRES, 3BR/2BA.
1'680 square ft. manu-
fractured home in McRae.
SClean, full appliances.
$5,000 down +-$800 with
taxes and insurance. Call
Jim 352-73-6994, eve-
nings.
$99 DOWN VA LOANS. 3
or 4 bedrooms on your
land or ours. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.

S Southern Villas of
SStarke Apts.
$199
SMove-In Special
S1 &'2 BR HC & non-HC
Apartments. Central ad
% heat, on-site laundry,
| playground, private and
$ quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
SVillas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


SWaldo Villas

Move-in

SSpecial

2 Bedroom

Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
?2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal

' opportunity provider &


employer.
S Call Nita at-
S352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


ONLY 4 LEFT. 3/BR. 1356 NICE MOBILE HOMES/
sq.ft. to 4 BR. 3 living for rent Lake Butler.
rooms @ 2,254 sq. ft. Starke(Home for rent
Clearance prices, thou- ,deposit required. Call
sands $$$$ less than 678-438-6828.
ordered. Models not MOBILE HOMES FOR
base homes. 13th Street RENT starting at $525
Homes, 386-418-0424. per month. Hidden Oaks,
WRONG CABINETS, Lake Butler. Call 386-
last year colors. 3BR. 496-8111.
32 wide w/9ft. ceilings, PERMANENT ROOMS
island kitchen w/appli- for rent at the Magnolia
ances. 10%down, $318/ Hotel. Both refrigerator
mo. WA.C. 13th Street and microwave. Special
Homes, 386-418-0424. rates, by the month-Call
TAX REFUND=NEW 904-964-4303 for more
HOME. File today and information.
live in your new home 5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
before April. Your land house. Island kitchen,
or ours. Financing for all. granite counters, tile
13th Street Homes, 386- floors, gas fireplace, Ja-
418-0424. cuzzi tub. 2 car garage
'THE ULTIMATE' 2017 east of Keystone, with
sq.ft. 3BR./2BA. w/hid- lake access to Lake
den pantry, parents re- Hutchinson, Keystone
treat, appliance pkg. w/ school district. $1050/
microwave, 9ft. ceilings, mo. $1,050/dep. ,Call
fireplace, $10% down Dave @352-473-3560.
$473/mo. W.A.C. 13th LAKE BUTLER APART-
Street Homes, -386-418- MENTS, Accepting appli-
0424. cations for HC and non-
WE FINANCE, LITTLE OR HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. This
NO CREDIT. 575 ,credit institution is an equal
scores w/10% down or opportunity provider and
less than 575 w/equity? employer." 1005 SW 6th
We owner finance! New St. Lake Butler, 32054.
2,3,4,even 5 Bedroom TDDITTY 711.Call 386-
homes. 13th Street 496-3141.
Homes, 386-418-0424. 2BR/2 FULL BATH DW MH,
NEW YEAR, NEW HOME partly furnished, total re-
4BR/3BA, 3 living ar- furbished, nestled in the
eas, "Big Foot" w/ "Gator wood on Santa Fe River,
Room. 2254 sq. ft. w/hid- Worthington Springs.
den pantry, island kitch- Very private, s&vice ani-
en, 9th. ceilings, 10% mals only, $650/month.
down, $485/mo. W.A.C. Call 386-496-2030.
13th Street Homes, 386- 2BR Upstairs apartment,
418-0424. .downtown Starke. $450/
WANT A NEW HOME? mo. plus deposit, etc
We finance-'good, little Call 904-364-9022.
or no credit. (own land STARKE AVAILABLE
$0'down). Home only or 2/1/13. 3BR/2BA, CH/A,
land & home, we even DWMH, off 230 across
"Rent to own".13th Street from country club. New
Homes, 386-418-0424. beige carpet, tile floors,
$485 per month. (4BR.) mini blinds. Eat in kitch-
2 living area's. -Tape & en, double oven, appli-
texture home. Island ances..No smoking, ser-
kitchen, appliance pkg. vice animals only, job ref-
Roman bath in master, erences required. $700/
2136 sq. ft. "TITAN" at mo. plus $700 security.
10% down W.A.C. 13th 904-662-3735, if no an-
Street Homes, 386-418- swer leave message.
0424. . 2BR/2BA SW in Lake
BRING YOUR OWN TI-.. Butler out towards Lulu.
TLE....:.... I need your $600 security, $600 rent,
trades. Guaranteed top no smoking, service ani-
dollar. Bring your best mals only. Call 904-364-
deal we've be better. 6944.
13th Street Homes, 386- KEYSTONE3BR/2BA. SW.
418-0424. on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
50 pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
For Rent negotiable terms. Ser-
KEYSTONE, CLEAN vice animals only. Call
2BR/1BA SWMH/ with\ 352-473-0464.
addition. 1 acre fenced, \MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
paved road. $525/mo. in quiet community, $395
first, last, sec. 352-475- per month with $300 se-
3094 or 352-235-1143.. curity deposit. Call 352-
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom 358-1114.
MH, clean, close to pris- BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT.
on. Call 352-468-13'23. in Melrose. $600/mo.


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Applicatidns
1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible u
This Intitution is an Equal Opportunity.
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includes utilities, plus
deposit. Service animals
only, no smoking. 352-
475-3486.
2BR/1BA. CH/A washer/
dryer, dishwasher. $550/
mo. $300 deposit. Call'
386-523-5091.
KEYSTONE HGTS. FL.
Nice one bedroom mo-
S bile on private land.
Furnished, includes TV.
$325/mo. 352-473-5745.
3BR/1BA HOUSE $575/
mo. $575, security. 2
BR/1BA. trailer $475/mo.
$475 security. 2BR/2BA
for 1 2 people, $550/
mo. $550 security. Ser-
vice animals only for all.
Call 630-901-5949.
$500/MO. SPACIOUS
1BR/1BA. 904-769-
6020. 50
2BR/1BA SW on Griffis
Loop, service animals
only, CH/A, $425 per
month plus deposit. Call
352-468-3221.
4BR/28A DWMH on SE.
49th Ave. CH/A. Dish-
washer, quite area, ser-
vice animals only. $650/
mo. plus' deposit. Call
352-284-3310.
SARATOGA HEIGHTS,
house for rent. 3BR/2BA.
CH/A. large Den, fenced ,
yard. $650/rpo. 1st, last,
security deposit. Refer-
ences, service animals
only. 904-964-5356.
COUNTRY HOME for rent.
3BR/1BA. large Den,.
CH/A. on 2 acres, 1 acre
fenced. $650/mo. 1st,
last, security deposit, ref-.
erences. 904-964-5356.
2BR/1BA CLEAN Mobile
Home in country. Prefer
couple or single adult.
Service animals only.
$125/weekly. Electricity
partially furnished..First
week, last week, $100
security deposit. Call
904-964-2234 to inquire.
2BR mobile home, south
301. Very clean and nice.
Retired person preferred.
$450/mo. $450 deposit.
352-468-1455.
STARKE, 2BR/1BA house,
city limits. $450/mo. plus
$400 deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.
SWMH 3BR/2BA, in quite
neighborhood (off Geiger
Rd.). Fenced on 1 acre.
$550/mo. Call 904-697-
6979, leave message.
KEYS TO convenience.
Two bedroom mobile
home ready to see.
Large living room, split
bedroom plan, eat in
kitchen, inside laundry
room, private parking


and more in Keystone
Heights. Credit report
required. $490/mo. $590
security deposit. Call for
appointment 352-258-
3898 Clark Shonne.
51
'Lost/Found
FOUND, BASSET HOUND.
Must identify. Call 386-
496-8025.
52
Animals and
Pets
WE BUY farm animals. Call
904-838-8069 or 904-
591-4191.
53A
Yard Sales
BENEFIT YARD SALE,
Sat. 8am.-? 2474 SR 230
East Starke, Fl. This is
to help Brenda Collins.
Brenda is a 2 time Breast
Cancer Survivor that now
has spread to the bone.
We are trying to raise
money to help with bills
since she can no longer
work. Please come by
and see us, we have ev-
ery item you can think of.
YARD SALE Griffis Loop
Fri Sat. 9am.-3pm.'ldok
for signs, clothing, shoes,
movies, dolls, toys, and
much more. Fill a bag.
GARAGE SALE, Fri. 8am.-
2pm. 6979 NW. CR. 233
(Morgan Road). A little bit
of everything. Furniture,
collectibles, tools, house
wares, and much more.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. Sat. 8am.-2pm. 415
N: Broadway St. Starke.
furniture, household
items, clothes, baby
items, & more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
BLOW OUT TENT yard
sale. Multiple family, lots
of Items. FEB. 1,2,3,
dawn to.dusk. Free hot
dog and drink with pur-
chase. 6217 SE Coun-
try Road 21B Keystone
Heights FI -Country Ca-
terers BBQ.
YARD SALE Sat. 8am.-
? 7066 Brightwater Dr.
King-size headboard,
treadmill, lots of junk.
Please no early birds.
55
Wanted
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2009 ...................:.............................. $2681mo
2006 LUXURY FOR LESS! LOW MILES, VERY GOOD CONDITION! 0 MONEY DOWN................
..................................................................................................................... ............$ 34 9 M O
2006 ONLY 25K MILES, SUPER CLEAN, GREAT ON GAS! USE YOUR ........................................
SW2 FOR DOWN PAYMENT!....................................... ........................... $229/MO
2011 SUNROOF, ASK ABOUT OUR CREDIT FORGIVENESS................. ..... .....
PROGRAM BECAUSE.YOU QUALIFY! USE YOUR W2 FOR DOWN PAYMENT!..$269/MO
2005 VERY LOW MILES. PERFECT CONDITION, ALL SERVICE ...................................
RECORDS AVAILABLE... ............. ............ ..... .......................$12,995
2010. LEATHER, LOW MILES, TAKE ON WEEKLY
PAYMENTS OF ONLY $99 ........................ ............... CALL FOR CASH PRICE
2006' THIRD ROW, LOW MILES, EXCELLENT CONDITION, ANYBODY ....................................
QUALIFIES FOR FINANCING.. ............................................ $11888 or $229/mo
2012 STRETCH OUT AND RELAX, SyPER SMOOTH RIDE, WARRANTY, LOW MILES!
WE WON'T EVENASK YOU FOR MONEY DOWN!
2010 28K MILES, BUMPER TO BUMPER WARRANTY. PRICED TO SELL!...$.........$10750 OBO'
2001 DRIVEN BY AN OLD LADY, GARAGE KEPT, ALL SERVICES DONE!
MUST SEE!........................................................ .........................................$5900 080
2007 DOUBLE CAB, SR5 TRD PACKAGE! THIS TRUCK IS SPOTLESS......................................
AND W ILL LAST FOREVER! ..................................................................... $18995 OBO
2003 LOW LOW.MILES, STILL LOOKS NEW! GETS THE JOB DONE............................$10,995
2010 TAKE ON PAYMENTS OF...................................................$277/MO OR PAY 15,878
OR MAKE OFFER! TOP DOLLAR FOR YOU CAR NO MATTER WHAT!
2003 CREW CAB LARIAT, GARAGE'KEPT, LOW MILES,
MUST SEE TOAPRECIATE....................................................$8500 OBO
2011 LEATHER LOW MILES, WARRANTY! EXCELLENT CONbITION................................
PLENTY d : ROOM FOR THE FAMILY................................................................ 2591M O
2004 LEATHER, SUPER,NICE! FAMILY FUN @ UNDER $20(YMO.......................:...........$10,777
S2005 LOW MILES, GETS THE JOBSONE! Yeah, its got a HEMI!
CALL FOR BEST CASH PRICE....... ................................................$11788 or $226/mo
2005 CREW CAB, 50K MILES, SUPER CLEAN! 0 MONEY DOWN .......................................
REQUIRED THIS WEEK ONLY!....................................... ................... $16788 OBO
2013 LOW MILE, CREW CAB, WARRANTY. NO MONEY DOWN SPECIAL!.......$399/MO OBO
2010 BLACK ON BLACK, LOW MILES.-ATTENTION GETTER! BUY AT ................................ .....
WHOLESALE INSTEAD OF RETAIL! .................................... .................. $399/MO0BO
2007 LOW MILES, PERFECT STUDENT CAR! MAKE PAYMENTS OF ........................$199/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE!
2012': NEW BODY STYLE! WARRANTY, CHROME WHEELS, AND 100% CREDIT ...................
APPR A LS............................... .................................................... .. .....$379/MO
2006 ONLY 31K MILES ATTENTION GETTER! SPORTY AND GREAT ON GAS!........... $299MO
2007 ONLY 80K MILES. EXCELLENT CONDITION!
.ANYBODY QUALIFIES REGARDLESS OF CREDIT!
2001 ONLY 15K MILES, GARAGE KEPT, STILL LOOKS NEW! DRIVE TOPLESS!..........$279MO
2007 THIRD ROW SEATING, GREAT ON GAS, FAMILY FUN FQR EVERYONE!..................
.........................................................................................$11995 OR $198/M O
2007 LUXURY FOR LESS! NAVIGATION. LOW MILES.VERY GOOD CONDITION!
0 MONEY DOW N .... ............................................................... ..............$349/MO
2010 LOW MILES, WARRANTY, NO MONEY DOWN SPECIAL THIS WEEK! 50 OTHER..............
CARS, TRUCKS AND SUVSAVAILABLE WITH 0 DOWN!.......................1...............$12,888
USE YOUR W2 FOR DOWN PAYMENT AND GET CASH BACK!
2007 SPORT TRAC CREW CAB, LEATHER. DEA OF THE WEEK! 0 DOWN -.............$268/MO
2003 EX TRIM, EASY TO MAINTAIN, SOMEBODYARED FOR THIS ONE!....................$6,998
2004 PREVIOUS OWNER HEARTBROKEN! NOTA SINGLE SCRATCH. ONLY 69K MILES .........
CALL FOR BEST FINANCE PRICE!............................................... ........ ........... $279/MO
2007 LOOKINGFOR SPORTY LUXURY? LOW MILS, SUPER CLEAN!................ $299/M
2006 SUNROOF, ASK ABOUT OUR CREDIT FORGIVENESS PROGRAM BECAUSE YOU.........
QUALIFY! USE YOUR W2 FOR DOWNPAYMENT!................. .............................$199/MO
2007 AVOID TRIPS TO THE GAS STATION!PERFECT CONDITION.


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For Sale
4AZZY PRIDE # 614 power
,;chair, new wheels, new
batteries, new hand con-
trols. Good condition,
$1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Har-
/ ma Power lift for $599.
352-468-2877.
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must see!!! paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
CRAFTSMAN Rotary lawn
mower. 6.5 horsepower,
22" side discharge. Runs
good. $125.00 Call 352-
468-2860,
REFRIGERATOR, like
new $300 OBO. Call.
For more informa-
tion,904-364-3678.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Lev-
eling & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241..
.FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
MH & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
HOME DAYCARE all hours.
Great rates, $70 for one
child $95 for two. 30 plus
years experience, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
SCall 386-496-1062.
DRIVEWAY MATERIALS,
* hauling & spreading. Al-
len Taylor 904-509-9126.
65'
Help Wanted
CAREGIVER/CNA and/
or 2 years experience
working with elderly or
disabled clients. 2/3 days
per week. Sunrise Home
Care Services, 352-468-
2619.
BAYLESS HWY. BAPTIST
CHURCH, is seeking a
part-time worship- leader.
Please send resume and
cover letter to 11798
NW. CR. 225 Starke, FI.
32091 or info@baylessh-
.wybaptist.com
EXPERIENCE GRAPHIC
Arts designer. Experi-
ence preferred. Work
experience or degree
accepted. 16 plus hours
per week. Competitive
wages. Send resume to
Mary Johnson PO Drtw-
er A. Starke, FI. 32091 or"
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graph.dom-'
LOWBOY DRIVER
needed. Class A CDL.
Full time, DFWP. Apply
within Andrews Pav-
ing, Inc. 327 NW 123rd
Place, Gainesville, FL
326530r online at www.
andrewspavinginc.com
Or email resume to send.


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TEMPORARY Farm Labor:
REM of Shaw, Shaw, MS,
has 6 positions for corr &
cotton; 3 mo. experience
required with references
for job duties listed; must
be able to obtain clean
driver's license within
30 days of employment;
tools, equipment, hous-
ing and daily trans pro-
vided for employees who
can't return home daily;
trans & subsistence ex-
penses reimb.; $9.301
hr; three-fourths work
period guaranteed from
2/20/13-11/10/13. Ap- *
ply at nearest FL Work-
force Office or call 850-
245-7105 with Job Or-
der number MS66244.
TEMPORARY Farm La-
bor: James Martin
Farms, Enterprise,
AL, has 1 positions for
grain oilseed; 3 mos.
experience required for
job duties listed; must
be able to obtain clean
driver's license within
30 days of employ-
ment; tools, equipment,
housing and daily trans"
provided for'employees
who can't return home
daily; trans & subsis-
tence expenses reimb.;
$9.39/hr; three-fourths
work period guaranteed
from 2/15/13 12/1/13.
Apply at nearest FL
Workforce Office or call
850-245-7105 with Job


Order 942574.
SHADY OAK Butterfly
Farm is now hiring for
the 2013 season Come
help us raise butterfly
host and nectar plants to
ship all across the United
States. We offer flexible
hours and profit-sharing
opportunities. Please be
aware that this is part-
time seasonal work for
only 6-8 months each
year. Those with an aver-
sion to bugs, dirt, Florida
heat or hard work need


not apply. Shady Oak is
located near Brooker, Fl.
Please email charlotte@
shadyoakbutterflyfarm.
com for an appl(ca-
tion.
PARK OF THE PALMS
is accepting applica-
tions for a full-time :ex-
perienced maintenance
person. Apply in person
at 677 Hebron Ave,
Keystone Heights, ;FL
between 9:30 and 4:00.
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12B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 24, 2013


Family
Sportsmen
Fest is set for

Saturday

The Church at Orange Heights
will host its third annual Family


HEALTH
Continued from 4B

Family Medical Center will have
to hire more nurse practitioners
and physicians' assistants, but
"the 'facility shouldn't have a
problem taking in an increased
volume of patients.
"We're lucky our facility is
large enough to handle double
what we're doing now," Sikes
said.
The main concern Burish
has with the Affordable Care
Act is that hospitals can be
penalized by. having up to
1 percent of their Medicare
reimbursements withheld based
upon patient readmission rates
for the following, conditions:
heart attack, heart failure and
pneumonia. A hospital could
be- penalized; for example,
if a .patient goes there with
pneumonia and is then
readmitted to that hospital or any
other hospital in the U.S. within
30 days of the first hospital visit.
"They will compare each
hospital to every other hospital
in the United States," Burish
said. "Those with higher
readmission rates either receive
less money than those that have
lower readmission rates."
Burish said hospitals are also
rewarded or penalized in such
areas as efficiency and patient
satisfaction-areas a hospital
has more direct control of as
opposed to readmission rates.
"We support the idea of paying
and rewarding, high-quality,
high-efficiency providers and
hospitals," Burish said. 'Our
concern is being penalized for
things that may be beyond our
control."
Sikes' said a patient of his
practice had been to tle hospital,
but did not contact his office
about having ever gone. That
patient was later readmitted
the hospital.
"Well, that's a penalty for th
hospital, not to us," Sikes said.
'Had we known the day he was
discharged, then we might have
done a better job getting follow-
up care so didn't end up in the
hospital."
Sikes said in the end, people
are people and-will do what they
want to do. A doctor can suggest
lifestyle changes, for example,
but a patient doesn't have to do
what a doctor tells him or her to
'do.
"this is still America," Sikes
said. "You can still do what you
Want to do. That's the problem. If
you're paying for performance,
'then you're put into a quandary.,
.What do you do with patients
thatwon't comply with what ypu
know are the right things to do?
Unfortunately, at this point, from
what I can read, the only thing,
you can do is fire the patient."
There are, of course, many
sources one can turn to in an
attempt to learn more about
the Affordable Care Act. The'
website www.healthcare.
gov, for example, presents the
Affordable Care Act in full and
looks at some of its key points.
A breakdown of the. act can
also be found on www.reddit.
com. (Search for "What exactly
is Obamacare and what did it
change?)
Sikes said it's a plan with good
intentions, but he's not sure it's
practical. He would love to be
proved wrong, though.
"Something needs to be done
because there are so many
people out there who can't
afford or don't get regular care,"
Sikes said. "I will be extremely
happy if this works and people
are taken care of."
Burish said regardless of the
plan in place, Shands Starke
Regional Medical Center-like
other hospitals and health care
providers-still has a job to do.
"We are here to serve our


speaker at 12:30 p.m.
For more information,
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Disaster

preparedness


Sportsmen Fest on Saturday, Jan.
26, from 9a.m. until 1 p.m. at the
Triest Famil. farm in Theressa-
located on Southeast 87h Street
off of C.R. 18. between U.S.
301 in Hampton and S.R. 100 in
Starke.
The event is "free. A
complimentary lunch will be
served.
There will be many activities
for the whole family, including a
BB gun shoot, turkey shoot, .22
shoot, skeet shoot, archery, golf
and pony rides. Bluegrass music
will be provided by the Andrews
Family, Band. Ronnie Smith
of Ronnie Smith's Outdoor
Adventures will be a guest


The Bradford County Pop
Warner Association will be
having its annual board meeting
to select officers for the 2013 year
on Monday, Feb. 4, at 7pni at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.


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meeting thisTh ursday, Jan. z4,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club at 7 p.m. Huffman, who
works with the. Clay Count\
Community Emergency
Response Team, will talk about
disaster preparedness.


This meeting is open to males
of all ages.
For more information,
please visit the website www.
crosshorn.org, or contact John
Whitfield at 352-468-3595 or
huntfishwriter@ aol.com.


New Bradford

group now
signing players
for spring ball

The Bradford Parents Athletic
Association is now registering


children for spring T-ball,
baseball .and softball through
Feb. 16.
Registration periods are set for
Tuesday and Thursdays from 5
p.m. until 7 p.m. at the Edwards
Road complex and on Saturdays
from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. at both
the Edwards Road complex and
Winn-Dixie.
All registrants must have
copies of their birth certificates.
Registration fees are $75
(T-ball), $75 (softball), $85
(rookie), $90 (minor) and "$95
(major/Dixie Boys). .
For more information, please
call 904-796-8905, or send email
to bradfordparents@gmail.com.


patients," he said. "That's our
Role as a hospital."


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Board meeting Ministries mtg.
set for BC ..
Crosshorn Ministrie
Pop Warner welcomes Sarge Huffman at it


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