Union County times
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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: January 13, 2011
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida

The IUnion CoLunl, Public Librjr\ i s
e\panding its preschIol sIor ulime program
this year. Instead of one story time each
Thursday, the library will now host two. The
first session starts at 10 a.m. and the second
will be in the afternoon at 1 p.m.
Story time programs begin in February.They
are free and open to anyone. The programs
are designed for people with preschool-

See LIBRARY page 3A

Gas prices

on the

rise here
Telegraph Staff Writer
Gas prices are on the rise
again, although they have not
yet reached the record national
average high of $4.114 per
gallon that was recorded on July
According to AAA's Daily
Fuel Gauge Report, the average
price for regular unleaded
gasoline in the United States on
Monday, Jan. 10, was $3.088
per gallon. The average for the
state of Florida was slightly
higher at $3.115.
In and around Union County,
the average price for regular
unleaded fell in between those
two averages at $3.091 per
On S.R. 100 on Monday:
Exxon'at S.R. 121 and S.R.
100 had regular unleaded at
The Sunrise Gas Stop had it
at $3.08.
The S&S west of Lake
Butler had it at $3.09.
On S.R. 121 on Monday:
The Citgo at S.R. 231 and
S.R. 121 had regular unleaded
at $3.11.
BP in Worthington Springs
had it at $3.09.
*.Kangaroo in Raiford had it
at $3.10.
AAA's Florida average shows
that prices have increased by
$1.35 since January of 2010. On
Jan. 1, 2010, the average price
for regular unleaded in Florida
was $2.76 per gallon. The price
fluctuated in 2010, dropping as
low as $2.66 per gallon in both
July and September of 2010.
Prices have increased pretty

See GAS page 2A


Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

TOP: (L-R) Melonie Falk and Clydia Reichert listen to the
instructor and prepare to follow directions for a productive
bout of Web-cruising in one of the library's computer courses.
ABOVE: Melonie Falk looks through information on a site
designed to allow people to look up the answers to various
health and well-being questions. She participated in the recent
computer classthat provided basic Internet instruction.

These prices were
recorded for regular
S unleaded on the
morning of Monday,
Jan. 10, in Union

Local Gas Prices

on Jan. 10

On S.R. 100
Exxon at S.R. 121 $3.09
Stop 'n Go $3.08
Sunrise Gas Stop $3.08
S&S (west of LB) $3.09

On S.R. 121

Citgo at S.R. 231
BP in Worthington
Kangaroo in Raiford


Turn in your
needles, don't
throw them away!
A diabetic on insulin common-
ly uses at least one needle every
day. That is at least 365 needles
per year per person that have to
be disposed of-and many pa-
tients need multiple doses per
day, making that number far
Since the needles are used
by private citizens, and are not
administered by healthcare fa-
cilities, many of them wind up
in bags of common household
garbage and are ultimately taken
to our local dumpsites and land-
Everyone who handles those
bags of garbage and all the work-
ers at our landfills have the por-
tential to be pricked by one of
those needles.
This danger is compounded
when you consider all of the oth-
er injectable medications that are
often administered at home.
Union County Emergency
Medical Services will have a so-
lution to that problem beginning,
Tuesday, Feb. 1.
Starting Feb. 1, UC EMS will
collect needles used at home for
injectable medications like insu-
lin, B12, etc. The collection will
take place Monday through Fri-


98th Year -37th Issue 75 CENTS

WS audit

report shows 5

significant flaws

Disciplinary action
could result from
one of the significant
Telegraph Staff Writer
There are five significant
deficiencies cited in the annual
audit for the' town of Worthington
Springs for the fiscal year which
ended on Sept. 30, 2009. One
of those was serious enough
that it could prompt the state to
take some form of disciplinary
There was one finding that
constitutes a "reportable instance

of noncompliance." That means
the auditing agent has to report
the deficiency it found to the
state. It will be up to the state to
decide if further action is taken.
State law prohibits government
employees or elected officials
from doing business with the
governmental body or agency
they represent, unless some very
specific exemptions apply.
According to the audit
report, grant funds received
by Worthington Springs from
the Florida Department of
Environmental Protection were
paid to STEM Line Services,
LLC, and Sierra Corp. for work
done on the Chastain-Seay Park

See WS page 2A

Couple arrested

for stealing

bath salts

Incidences of people
'snorting' bath salts
are on the rise
Telegraph Staff Writer
One Lake Butler couple was
arrested this week after a 23-
year-old woman admitted to
stealing bath salts and cigarettes
from a local convenience store.
According to Union County
Sheriff's Office (UCSO) Major
Garry Seay, there have been ap-
proximately 10 cases in Union
County in the past several months
where someone "snorted" bath
salts and got sick as a result..
"I'm afraid we're going to see

a lot more of this in the future,"
said Seay. "Apparently, the bath
salts provide some type of stimu-
lation and there are always going
to be a few people out there who
will do whatever they can to get
Seay warned that several area
people have wound up in the
emergency room after ingesting
bath salts, however.
Shianne Idell Elixson, 23, and
Timothy Joseph Swanson, 26,
both of Lake Butler were saved
a possible trip to the emergency
room when they were arrested
Jan. 6 by UCSO Deputy Charles
According to Townsend's re-

See BURGLARY page 3A

day every week from 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Just bring the needles
to the UC EMS office
(next to the fire depart-
ment) on S.R. 121 in
Lake Butler.
EMS personnel will
put the needles- in an
appropriate "sharps"
container and *dispose
of them properly at no

cost to
drops t
with ti
use th
bring i
full. T
ceive a
in our
tion sit

the person who *..~
them off. I
y will also give r
person a sharps '
ner to take home
hem, along with
tions on how to
e container. The
can use the con-
at home and then
t UC EMS to be
ed of when it's
hey will then re-
Snew container.
n't throw your
s in the trash
said.Chris Drum, -
ir of Union EMS.
needles that are
n away' end up
garbage cans, our
e trucks and then
in our .collec-
:es. This puts our
,s and our collec-
See NEEDLE page 4A

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication

* Phone (386) 496-2261

* Fax (386) 49,6-2858

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set Jan. 27
The 2011 Miss Union County
High School pageant will be
held Thursday, Jan. 27, at 7:30
p.m. at the UCHS auditorium.
Cost is $5 at the door.
In recognition of 50 years
of the pageant, organizers are
asking for all past title holders
to attend to be recognized.
For more information, contact
UCHS at 386-496-3040.

Crash course

on the book

of Revelation
Starting on Wednesday,
Jan. 19, the Lake Butler First
Christian Church will offer a
"crash course" on the book of
The course will include
introductory information on
main topics with an emphasis
that will help individuals
understand many of the
mysteries of this last book of
the Bible.
A fellowship meal starts at
6:30 p.m. and class starts at
7 p.m. Everyone is invited to
First Christian Church is
located at 155 NW 1st St.in Lake
Butler. For more information,
call 386-496-3956 or e-
mail firstchristianchurch3@
windstream.net or tompkins.
david.a@gmail .com.

Crawford will
celebrate 80th
Margaret Crawford will be
celebrating her 80' birthday
with-a gathering of family and
friends on Sunday, ifan. 16,
from 2-4 p.m. in the family life
center at Harmony Free Will
Baptist Church in Worthington
All friends and family are
invited to attend.

Legion to meet
American Legion Post #153 of
Lake Butler will meet at 7 p.m.
on Thursday, Jan. 20, at the Lake
Butler Masonic Lodge on Main

The regular meeting of the
Union County Commission will
be postponed due to the Martin
Luther King Jr. holiday.
The meeting will be held on
Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m. in
the meeting room in the Union
County Courthouse on Main
Street in Lake Butler.

DCA to meet
with city
Jan. 19
Representatives of the
Department of Community
Affairs will meet with Lake Butler
representatives on Wednesday,
Jan. 19, at 9 a.m. in city hall
to discuss the Community
Development Block Grant for
the fire station.
While this will not be an
official Lake Butler City Council
meeting, two or more city
commissioners may be present.
The commissioners will not
vote on city business during this
meeting, but may discuss aspects
qf the CDBG grant and express
their opinions.
For more information, call

Talent program
set at
St. James AME
St. James AME Church will
host a talent program on Saturday,
Jan. 15, at 7 p.m.
For more information, please
call Emma Jenkins at 352-745-
8705 of Pastor Georgia Edwards
at 352-494-2815. The church is
located on the corner of S.R 238
and S.R. 231 in Lake Butler.

Continued from Page 1A

and City Hall Park in Worthington
Springs. Those two companies
are owned by Worthington
Springs Mayor John Rimes and
his wife.
RMS Construction, owned
by Worthington Town Council
Member Jeff Rimes, also
received state grant funds
through Worthington Springs for
airport and road improvements
and work done on the parks.
The audit report said there is
no exemption that applies in this
case that would allow the town's
mayor and council member to
legally do business with the
STEM Line Services received
$75,798 from state funds given,
to Worthington Springs for City
Hall Park and Chastain-Seay
(Worthington Springs) Park.
Sierra Corp. received $2,435 from
state funds given to Worthington
Springs for City Hall Park.
RMS Construction received
$26,838 from state funds given
to Worthington Springs for
improvement projects to the
airport, roads and parks.
The audit report states that both
Rimeses told auditors that they
had no intention of violating state
laws br regulations. They also
stated that they did not receive
any profit from these funds. An
analysis of the payments made
to STEM Line Services resulted
in a CPA firm concluding that

Tobacco Free
to meet
The Union County Tobacco
Free Partnership will meet
on Wednesday, Jan. 12, from
1-2 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center.
Patrick Grady of Today 'n
Tomorrow Enterprises will be
the guest speaker. Lunch will
be served, so be sure to RSVP
to Darlene Moran at Darlene_
Moran@dol fstate.fl.us or talk to
Jim, Joe, Joey or Darlene at 386-
The group will be moving
forward with seeking an
ordinance against candy-flavored

Continued from Page .A

steadily since that time, however,
to reach Florida's current average
of $3.11 per gallon.
That total is still well below
Florida's record high average
price per gallon, which was
$4.079 per gallon, reached on
July 16,2008.

Florida averages
regular unleaded:
Monday, Jan. 10 $3.115
Sunday, Jan. 9 $3.117
Week prior to Jan. 10 $3.096
Month prior $2.998
Year prior $2.781

Subscription Rate in Trade Area
$39.00 per year:
$19.50 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$39.00 per year:
$19.50 six months

all payments received by the
company were then paid out to
other vendors. It appears that no
profit was realized by STEM Line
Services from the grant funds.
Mayor Rimes could not be
reached on Tuesday, but the
written reply to auditors provided
by the town-and signed by Mayor
Rimes said,"The town contracted
with companies operated by
active council members in an
effort to expedite (the projects)
and work more efficiently."
It also said that the town and
its council members had no
intention of violating any law or
regulation by doing this. "It has
been a common practice since
the town's incorporation 39 years
ago," the reply said.
The reply said steps are being
taken to correct this problem
in the future. "The town has
implemented procedures to
prohibit entering contracts with
companies that have a conflict
of interest. It is the intent of the
town to fully comply with Florida
Statutes," the reply said.
Other significant
deficiencies found...
One of the deficiencies found
in the audit is a result of the small
size of Worthington Springs and
may not be easy to address.
The first significant deficiency
in the report related to the fact
that one Worthington Springs
employee has access to both the
physical assets and the accounting
records related to those assets.
Ideally, different people would,
for example, make the cash

tobacco and for litter-free parks.

Healthy Start
to meet Jan. 20
Healthy Start of North Florida
will hold a board meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. at the
WellFlorida Council Conference
Room in Gainesville.
Everyone is invited to attend.
For more information, call Celia
Paynter at 352-313-6500, ext.

Free tax
provided here
North Central Florida has a

Florida averages diesel:
Monday, Jan. 10 $3.341
Sunday, Jan. 9 $3.345
Week prior to Jan. 10 $3.322
Month prior $3.233
Year prior $2.928

U.S. averages regular
Monday, Jan. 10
Sunday, Jan. 9
Week prior to Jan. 10
Month prior
Year prior

U.S. averages diesel:
Monday, Jan. 10
Sunday, Jan. 9
Week prior to Jan. 10
Month prior
Year prior



(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: Teresa Stone-Irwin
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Sylvia Wheeler

Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.

Earl W. Ray
Melisa Noble
Kathi Bennett

Camp Lejeune Wa er Contamination
Informational Meeting
An informational meeting detailing the CAMP LEJEUNE WATER
CONTAMINATION effects will be held
When: Saturday, January 15, 2011
Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where: Tampa Marriott Westshore
1001 N. Westshore Blvd.
Between 1957 and 2000, the US Military improperly disposed of chemical
degreasers and other toxic substances that ultimately contaminated the
drinking water at the Camp Lejeune Military facility in NC. Military
personnel, their families, and individuals living or working in the vicinity of
the base have been exposed and may suffer frbm serious health effects
caused by the contaminated water. These risks include:
Reproductive disorders
Birth defects
If you believe your health or the health of a loved one has been affected
by exposure to the water at Camp Lejeune, you are invited to attend this
free Informational seminar.
For more information, or to make a reservation contact:
Jerry Ensminger at ierrv.ensminger@tftptf.com
or visit our website at www.tftptf.com

deposits and reconcile the bank
accounts. Since Worthington
Springs has only one clerk, that
one clerk has to both make the
deposits and reconcile the bank
accounts. It may not be possible
to segregate those duties without
hiring more personnel.
The town intends to attempt
to address this issue, however.
According to their written reply,
"Per auditor recommendation
and the mayor's numerous
documented requests, the
town will review accounting
policies and procedures and
develop policies and procedures
to increase internal controls
and have more segregation of
Purchasing policies need
to be changed...
A third significant deficiency
relates to the town relying on
Mayor Rimes to select vendors
to provide goods and services for
the town.
The mayor was responsible
for obtaining bids and quotes-for
Worthington Springs projects and
services. He then decided which
company was awarded the bid
or the contract, without a formal
vote of the town council.
The town's policies for
dealing with purchasing have
historically been informal, said
the audit report. The auditors
recommended formalizing those
policies and 'ensuring that the
full council is more active in
"We recommend that the town
review its entire purchasing and

unique opportunity to rejuvenate
its economy, one tax return at a
United Way is teaming up
with the IRS; BBVA Compass;
Wachovia, A Wells Fargo
Company; and other community
partners to bring area residents
free income tax assistance.
Volunteer tax preparers will work
to award eligible citizens with
an Earned Income Tax Credit,
a government initiative that has
funneled millions of dollars back
into communities around 'the
nation. Now it's our turn.
This valuable resource is now
available and it is free.
Free tax assistance is provided
at the Union County Public

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tobacco free

vendor selection procedure and
create policies that emphasize
segregation of duties and
compliance with laws and
regulations... All vendor
contracts that exceed $10,000
should receive approval from the
full council at a public meeting,"
said the report.
In the written response, the
town council told auditors
they have relied too heavily on
the mayor for purchasing and
management. "The town will
review all accounting procedures
and specifically purchasing
policies and procedures," said
the reply.
The reply also said the town
will look at hiring a maintenance
supervisor to improve the
segregation of duties related to
selecting vendors and making
payment to those vendors.

IRS forms not completed
as required...
A fourth significant deficiency
relates to the town not completing
required IRS forms for its
vendors. IRS regulations require
that any vendor receiving more
than $600 from the town must
receive a 1099 from the town to
supply to the IRS.
In order to complete the 1099s,
the town has to get all its vendors
to fill out a W-9 Form. The town
is not getting the W-9s from the
vendors and is not providing the
vendors with a 1099 in return.
Note that the following
companies were paid by the town,
but not issued 1099s: STEM Line

Library at 250 SE 5th Ave. in
Lake Butler on Saturdays, March
5 and April 2, from 9 a.m. to 2
p.m. each day.
.Call 2-1-1 to make an
. Free tax assistance is also
provided at Episcopal Children's
Services at the Family Service
One Stop Center at 180 N. Pine
St. in Starke on Saturday, March
12, and Tuesday, April 12, from
10 a.m. td 1 p.m. each day...--' '

Free tax assistance is provided
at FloridaWorks One Stop Center
at 819 S. Walnut St. in Starke on
Monday, Feb. 7, March 14 and
April 11, from 0 a.m. to 2 p.m.
each day.

Services LLC, Lou's Concrete
LLC, Lou's Paving LLC, Robbie
Worrell Construction LLC,
Jordan's Concrete LLC, Tony
Todd, Wood Treaters LLC,
Cemex Construction Materials
Florida LLC and W.C. Fencing.
In its written reply, the council
stated it will implement all
necessary procedures to comply
with IRS requirements.

No paperwork, receipts
to back up payments...
The final significant deficiency
noted by the auditors related to
the/ town not keeping receipts
and invoices on file to back up
payments it made to vendors.
'For example, Worthington
Springs paid Cemex Construction
a total of $369,459.38 for a road
project, but had only one invoice
on file from Cemex in the amount
of $22,100.
The report acknowledged
that there was a delay in paying
vendors for work they did on the
road project because the state
withheld the final payment of
state funds for a period of time.
"However, all disbursements are
required to be properly supported
by invoices and/or receipts," said
the audit report.
According to the.written reply,
"We (Worthington Springs)
will institute procedures and
policies to comply with good
business practices. Vendors will
be required to submit original
invoices and the town will review
and approve these invoices prior
to making payments."

Please contact Mindy
Underberger at 352-331-2800
with any questions.

to meet today
The governing board of the
New River Public Library
.Cooperative will meet today,
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 5 p.m.
at the New River Solid Waste
Association facility on S.R. 121
north of Raiford.

For more information, call
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Instructor Tracey Davis shows her students how get the information they want out of
the Internet.

Clay Driggers listens to instructions as he prepares to
learn how to successfully navigate on the Internet.

Continued from Page 1A

aged children or children who
are attending pre-kindergarten
programs. Each program most
often includes a story and a craft
project or special presentation
related to the story.
The library is located at 250 SE
5'h Ave. in Lake Butler. For more
information, call 386-496-3432
or visit www.newriver.lib.fl.us.
The program topic schedule
for each Thursday is as follows:
Feb. 3, Cool Animals in
Cool Places.
Feb. 10, I Love Bugs
(Valentine's Day program).

Feb. 17, Camouflage and
Feb. 24, Cypress Knees
and Short Stories.
March 3, Home, Home on
the Range.
March 17, Monkey See,
Monkey Do (St. Patrick's Day
March 24, Where the Wild
Things Are
March 31, Old McDonald
Had a Farm.
April 7, Digging Up a
April 14, Slithering in a
*April 21, Hip Hop from the
Pet Shop (Easter program).

Don't forget about the Dial
a Story program. Call 386-
496-2542 and hear a story for
young children.

Band Night at
the library
Band Night has been set at
the library on Saturday, Jan.
15, from 7-10 p.m. Come out
and enjoy the music by guest
performers Stephen Brown,
Postal Harmony, Tim and
David, and Waylon Thornton
and the Heavy Hands.

Admission is $5, with
proceeds benefiting the
Junior Friends of the Library
scholarship fund. Teens and
older are welcome and snacks
will be provided.

Free computer
offered here
There is still room in several
computer classes being held at
the library this month. These
classes are designed for people
who have little or no computer
experience. These classes are
free and open to the public.
Register at the library, online
at www.newriver.lib.fl.us, or by
calling 386-496-3432.
On Tuesday; Jan. 18, two
classes on basic e-mail will be
held, one from 10 a.m. to noon,
and one from 5:45-7:45 p.m.
Stay in touch with friends and
family, or even take care of
your personal business without
having to leave your home.
Also on Jan. 18, from 1-3
p.m., is an E-gov and Learning

Express class. E-gov is a course
that will teach you how to fill
out government forms online.
Library staff will assist you
in getting started. Learning
Express will help you brush up
on basic reading, writing and
math skills. It also provides
pointers on writing a resume
and how to conduct yourself
during ajob interview.

On Tuesday, Jan. 25, two
classes in Word are scheduled.
Word' is the primary word
processing program in both the
business world and for private
use. The Word classes are
scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon.
and 5:45-7:45 p.m.
* Another E-gov and Learning
Express class will also be held
on Jan. 25 from 1-3 p.m.




A suspect believed- to be in-
volved in the Thanksgiving Day
shooting in Lincoln City near
Starke is in custody at the.Brad-
ford County Jail.
Gerald James Carter, 25. of
Gainesville was booked on Jan.
10 after he was arrested on a
traffic stop
in Clay
County. He
is charged
with pos- .
session of a
firearm by
a convicted b - i
felon, fir-
ing that
weapon and
homicide. Carter
ing to the reports filed by Deputy
Lee Garnto and Detective Kevin
Mueller, the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office was called to a
residence on Southeast 47"h Place
on the afternoon of Nov. 25. in
relation to someone being shot.
The victim had been shot in
the upper left arm and had been
taken to the hospital when BCSO
arrived on the scene. He later
told investigators that he knew
his attacker and identified him as
The victim said he had seen
Carter in the neighborhood on a
number of occasions. The victim
said he was concerned because
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Sport, he investigated a burglary
at the Stop 'n Go on Main Street
in Lake Butler. The alarm had
sounded when someone smashed
in the front door.
Witnesses nearby heard the
alarm and spotted a gray mid-
-s.sized.carLdrxingw y from ..h.
1."- ,tore. Tcm n'_%n .-r"" iet 'ideo from the store and san
t someone stealing cigarettes and
Sbath salts from behind the coun-
The person's face and
body were fully covered, but
Townsend said he was able to de-
termine height and weight from
the video.
The owner of the store told
Townsend that a woman of about
that height and weight had come
into the store to buy bath salts
while the store was open. She
didn't have enough money and
was turned away. The owner
knew the woman's name and
Townsend was able to find out
where she was staying.
Townsend reported that when
he arrived at the Lake Butler
residence, he saw a vehicle in the
yard that matched the description
witnesses gave of.the vehicle that
left the store following the bur-
glary. He knocked on the door,
but didn't get an answer.
"Due to the fact that I had in-
terviewed a person in the emer-
gency room just a few days
earlier because he had ingested
-the same bath salts, I was con-
cerned that (the suspect) had in-
gested the bath salts and was not
able to come to the door," wrote
Townsend attempted bt enter
the residence to check on the
well-being of the occupants and
Swanson met him at the door.
Elixson was in the living room
and Townsend told them both
why he was there.
Townsend reported that Elix-
son confessed to the burglary
and showed him the stolen prop-
erty and the hammer she had al-
legedly used to smash the door.

Elixson stated that Swanson was
not involved. Swanson allegedly
admitted to knowing that Elixson
had committed the burglary and
also allegedly helped hide the
stolen property.
Both Elixson and Swanson
were charged with burglary of an
unoccupied structure, possession
of burglary tools, petit theft and

rested recently in three unrelated
Union County burglaries.

Jaquan Tavaris Devore, 18, of
Live Oak and Nicholas Sidney
Green, 18, of Lake Butler were
both arrested in relation to the
burglary of a Lake Butler resi-
dence that occurred on Jan. 6.

criminal mischief with property According to Major Seay, he
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to appear in court for an original they originally saw leaving the
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Seay observed the car later
that day on S.R. 231 and stopped
it. The occupants agreed to come
voluntarily to the sheriff's of-
According to Seay's report
both Devore and Green admit-
ted to the burglary, during which
the following items were stolen:
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Both men were charged with
burglary of a dwelling, larceny
and grand theft firearm.

On Jan. 7, UCSO Deputy Dan-
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Butler on warrants resulting from
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Two cell phones and two vid-
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N E E D E help protect the health and well- The program is sponsored by a
ri E being of hundreds of area citizens grant from the Plum Creek Tim-
Continued from Page 1A who might potentially come into ber Association, in cooperation
Contact with the used needles with.UC EMS,Bradford County
tion employees at risk for possi- otherwise. EMS.and the Tri-Count Land-
ble health risks due to accidental fill.
'sticks' from a used needle." "Please take advantage of If you have any questions,
this very worthwhile program?" please contact UC EMS at 386-
Drum said this program will Drum said. 496-3839.

A Lake Butler, Florida on Thursday at Anyone wishing to obtain RFQ
LEGALNOTICES 11:00'a.m. on the 3' day of February, documents may -contact Emergency
P 2011. Management at 386-496-4300
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND WITNESS my hand and the seal of Any questions conceming the RFO
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA this Court this 11th day of January, specifications should, oe directed to
CASE NO: 63-2007-CA-115 2011. Director Doug York or Asst Director
HELEN THOMPSON, F/K/A HELEN Clerk of the Circuit Court John Walker.
WARD, REGINA H. PARRISH Ten sets of qualificalion documents
Plaintiff, BY: Julia Croft must be submitted and labeled on te
vs. As Deputy Clerk outside of the envelope as "SEALED
NOTICE is hereby given that, QUALIFICATIONS
pursuant to an Order Setting Public RFQ Erriergency Management NOTICE
Sale in the above-captioned action, I Contractual Services The Union County Local Mitigation
will sell the property situated in Union Strategy ILMSCornmitgee is- offering
County, Florida, described as: -re Union County Emergency the public artol rrtffyY
A parcel of land lying in the NE /4 of Management will receive sealed the current LMS project list and plan
the SW 1A of Section 18, Township 5 qualification documents at the A copy o! the plan will be available
South, Range 21 East, Union County, Emergency Management Office at 58 for review at the Union County
Florida; said parcel, being more NW 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida Emergency Management (EM) office
particularly described as follows: 32054 until Friday, January 21, 2011 Any comments on the plan will need
Commence at the locally accepted at 12:00 PM. Qualifications received to be submitted to the EM office by
Northwest corner of the NE 4 of will be publicly opened by the finance 1/17/11.
the SW 1 of said Section 18 and director of the Clerk of Court and 1/13 1tchg-UCT,
run N 8543'48" E, along the local County Commission on Friday,
accepted North line of said NE /4 of January 21, 2011 at 12:00 PM for the NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
SW /4, for a distance of 302.00 feet following: The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
to the Northwest corner of a parcel of EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT scheduled an auction on Saturday,
land recorded in ORB 60, Page 501 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES January 22, 2011, at 10:00 a.m.
of the public records of said County; UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA located at 1015 SW 3'd Street, Lake
thence run S 0331'27" E, along Any qualifications received after Butler, FL 32054 (behind the Lake'`,
the West line of said ORB 60, Page Friday, January 21, 2011 at 12:00 Butler Apartments, Highway 121),.
501, for a distance of 715.70 feet to PM, will be retained at the Emergency Pursuant to Chapter 83 of the Storage
the Northerly R/W line of former ACL Management Office. Emergency Facility Act of the State of Florida, the'
Railroad (100' R/W and now owned Management reserves the right following units will be foreclosed:
by Florida Dept. of Transportation); to reject any and all documents Sabrina Martin Unit #65 $179.00
thence run N 59044'29" E along received, waive formalities and re- Alphonso Edwards Unit #4 -$121.00
last said Northerly 'R/W line, for a advertise and award the RFQ in the Tony Paytee Jr. Unit #5 -$12100
distance'of 162.00 feet to the Point best interest of Union County. Jonathan Rawls Unit #1 $115.27
of Beginning. From the Point of The Board of County Commissioners Amy Washington Unit #47 $270.42 *
Beginning thus described run N does not discriminate because of 1/13 2tchg 1/20-UCT
3239'28" W, for a distance of 195.03 race, creed, color, national origin or
feet; thence run N 6321'00" E, for handicap status.
a distance of 137.73 feet; thence
run S 0251'04" E, for a distance of
195.46 feet; thence run S 18,15'13"1 TIM M
W for a distance of 19.12 feet to said C
Northerly R/W line of former ACL
Railroad; thence run S 5944'29" W, HANDICAP BATHROOM PACKAGE E
along last said Northerly R/W line for .
a distance of 25.00 feet to the Point ..1,899.0
of Beginning. The above described Walk-in Hydrotherapy Bathtub
parcel being a portion of ORB 60, Walk-in Hydrotherapy Bathtub
Page 501 and ORB 94, Page 632 and Handicap Vanity Handicap Toilet
Deed Book 7, Page 79 of the public Grab Bar
records of said County. : .: 12,6600
Tax Parcel No. \al.e 2,t60 00
18-05-21-00-000-0550-0 877-271-01 18
at public sale, to the highest and best 877-271 -0118
bidder for cash, at the front door of "' Www.FOYBS.COM
the Union County Courthouse in

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City employees, firefighters take special
first responder course...
A group of Lake Butler city employees and firefighters recently completed a
course titled "When Seconds Count." The course is designed to inform first
responders about what needs to be done in the first moments of a fire. The class
was given by Ronald Gore, manager of the emergency counter-measure services
of Safety Systems in White Springs. Gore is also the training captain for the Lake
Butler Fire Department. The class was held on Dec. 18, with the following people
in attendance: (back row, i-r) Justin Denunzio, Cody Douglas, instructor Ron
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Sign up for
Signups for Union County
Babe Ruth baseball will take.
place at the OJ. Phillips Recre-
ation Complex every. Saturday
from 9 a.m.-noon during the
month of January.
All new Union County Babe
Ruth players must bring a copy
of their birth certificate -o sign
up. The cost is $65 for-.:T-rb
and $8( for atl other divisions,
Players must be five years old by
May I to be eligible.
For more information, please
call. Denise Dukes at 386-496.

Revival at Faith
Baptist Church
through Jan. 1&4
"Pastor R.L. Durham and the
congregatioir of. Faith Bap-
tist Church, located ai 104 SW
12th Ave, in Lake Butler. invite-
evervone to their annual Janu-
arn re ival services. The guest
preacher % ill be Evangelist Tim
Green from Day Heights. Ohio,
who has preached at the church
even- January for more than 20

Services will continue each
evening through lomorrotm,
Friday. Jan. 14. Senice times
will be 7 p.m. tonight, Thursday,
Jan, 13,and tomorrow. A nursery
will be provided for children
ages three and under. For more
information, call 386496-3384.

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he believed Carter to be involved
in illegal activity and he didn't
want Carter near his juvenile
On Thanksgiting. Day, the
victim said he was leaving-,bis
home when he saw Carter parked
across the street in a neighbor's
yard. Carter appeared to be
watching the victim's home and

Girls softball
signups taking
place this month
Union County girls softball
registration will take place on
Saturday during the month of
January. The dates are Saturdayr
Jan. 15, Jan. 22 and Jan. 29. Reg-
istration will be heldfrom 9 a.m.-
noon at the OJ. Phillips Recre-
ational Complex on S.R. 121.
The cost is $75 per player.
If your child ha' not played
softball before in Union Countl.
please bring a copy of her birth
For more information, please
contact Regina Seay at 386-496-

AARP driver's
classes set in
LB, Gainesville
Drim ersafet) classes sponsored
by AARP, are available in both
Lake Butler and Gainesville in
the upcoming neeks.
'The classes are open to
everyone,: not -. ust AARP
members, and completion of the
class will entitle senior citizens
to receive a certificate that will
provide them with a discount
on their auto insurance for three
The Lake Butler class is set for
Tuesday, Feb. I. at Lake Butler
First Baptist Church. 195 E.
Main St. The class will be a one-
da) course from 9 a.m.. to 3:30
p.m. Bring a sacklunch, drinks
and snacks for the day.
The fee is $12 for AARP
members and $14 for non-
members. There aye no tests.

the victim decided not to leave at
that time.
After the victim returned to
his house, he said he stood in the
diiveway and asked Carter why
he was staring at him. A verbal
disagreement escalated and Can-
er allegedly took a handgun out
of his vehicle and fired.it at the
victim. The first round entered
the house behind the victim,
:here other members of his fam-
ily were. The second round en-
tered the victim's upper left arm,

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The course refines dri'.inc
skills and develops ldefenlsi'ce
driving techniques for seniors.
Call 352-333-3036 to re~ister.
If a Gainesville class would b
more convenient, the follow ing
classes are also offered:
Thursday, Feb. 10, 9 a.m.-
3:30 p.m. at the Atrium. 2431
NW 41st St. in Gainesville, near
NW 43rd St. A free lunch \ ill be
provided by the Atrium.
Tuesday-Wednesday. Fcb.
15-16, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day
at Turkey Creek Forest, 8620
NW13th St.
Thursday-Friday, March 10-
11, 9 a:m, to 1 p.m. each day at
the Atrium, 2431 NW 41"' St. in
Gainesville, near NW 43"' St. A
free lunch will be provided by
the Atrium on Friday only.

Long-term care
Florida's Long-Term Care
Ombudsman Program needs
volunteers to join its corps of
advocates who protect the rights
of. elders residing in nursing
homes, assisted l tin r.-, i.ilil
and adult family caie h'.lmr'
All interested indi iduJl. ,-no
encouraged to L ll :li-llrc 1 .
831-0404 or li.it the p- i,
Web site at hilp. mnibudJ-i.i,
Sm) florida.com.

The local council mcfle ,.ii
ThursdaN. Jan. 20, i 12
p.m. at Ha'en Hospiec ..4 N,:rli
Central Florida. 4-20u N\\ Utn
Bl d. in Gaines ille. ('onLaii ..l
citizens and those intere.ted ,ii
Lolunteering are :elcoic .:

breaking the bone.
The %ictim said he i rt'u.~ ed
down behind h i.'; tn ,r-hiceii
and fled back lonard hl Iii'.uc
Carter alleged\ fled the _..ne in
his vehicle .

The victim's family m mi-
bers transported him to Shi.l-
Starke, %\here he a tiNreh.ilJ jiidJ
later released.
Carter is being held in ith
Bradford Count\ JJ.l ith.ui

TL. Jan. 13, 2011 Union County Times 5A

Evelyn James, transition coordinator for Haven Hospice
of Gainesville, holds up some of the games donated by
Lake Butler Relay for Life teams.

Relay teams

make donations

The American Cancer Society
and Relay for Life want to do
more than just fight cancer.
In December, the Lake Butler
Relay for Life organizers issued
a challenge to their teams. Each
team was asked to bring in games
for children to play. The games
were then donated to. Haven
Hospice-of Gainesville.

FWC to score
antlers Jan. 29
in Lake City
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation -.....Commission
(FWC) officers will score deer
antlers Saturday, Jan. 29, in Lake
The event will begin at 9
a.m. at Scott's Gunsmithing and
Sales, 4201- South U.S. 441 in
Lake City.
The deer being scored must
have been taken in 'Florida by
fair-chase methods. Qualifying
antlers will be recorded in the
Florida Buck Registry; owners
will receive a certificate suitable
for framing and a patch.
The FWC established the
Florida Buck Registry in 1982 to
provide hunters with a record of
the number and quality of white-
tailed deer taken in Florida and
to give recognition to Florida
hunters.The minimum qualifying
antler score is 100 Boone and
Crockett inches for typical antlers
and 125 for non-typical antlers.
For more information, call

Each game brought in by a
team was worth three extra spirit
points for Lake Butler Relay
for Life teams. The following
teams met the challenge: Lake
Butler Volunteer Fire and
Rescue Department, Lake Butler
Hospital, Steadfast for a Cure,
Reception and Medical Center
and We're On Fire.

Scott's Gunsmithing and Sales
at 386-752-9898. To learn more
about the Florida Buck Registry,
go to MyFWC.com/Deer.

Hunter safety
Internet course
FWC is offering a free hunter
safety Internet completion course
in Clay County.
The course will be at the Clay
County fairgrounds in Green
Cove Springs. Instruction will
take place Thursday, Feb. 10,
from 6-10 p.m. The range portion
will be Saturday, Feb. 12, from 8
a.m. until noon at the Bradford
Sportsman Farm in Graham.


Road projects could affect travel times

According to the Florida
Department of Transportation's
public information officer, Gina
Busscher, there are several road
projects going on in this area
which could affect driving times
and conditions for Union County
residents. <
For more information of any
particular project, please contact
Busscher at 800-749-2967.
In Union County, S.R. 121 will
experience daytime lane closures
between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m., and
after 4 p.m. The affected area runs
from S.R.100 to Southwest Ninth
Avenue in Lake Butler. Crews
will be installing landscaping
on both sides of the road. One
lane of traffic will be open at all
In Bradford County, Weldon
Street (C.R. 229) will experience
possible. shoulder closures from
.8 a.m. to 5 p.m. between S.R. 16
and Starke Elementary School. A
project is ongoing to build a bike
and pedestrian path alongside the
In Baker County, U.S. 90 will
experience daytime lane closures
after 8:30 a.m. between Glen St.
Mary and Sanderson. The project
includes work on the roadway
shoulders. There will also be
lane closures on U.S. 90 between
Glen St. Mary and Macclenny
for concrete work.
In Columbia County, C.R. 245
(Price Creek Road) is closed
at the Olustee Creek Bridge
about a mile north of S.R. 238
for approximately nine months.
Northbound traffic is detoured
to S.R. 238 to U.S. 441 to C.R.
349 and back to C.R. 245.
Southbound traffic is detoured to
C.R. 349 to U.S. 441 to S.R. 238
and back to C.R. 245.
Also in Columbia County,
crews will be repainting the
roadway lines on U.S. 41 (North
Main Boulevard) from U.S.
90 (West Duval Street) to the
Suwannee River (Hamilton
County line).
In Alachua County, there
are several projects that could
affect travel times and driving
There will be nighttime

Students must complete the
Internet course prior to coming
to class and should bring a copy
of the final report from the online
portion of the course.
All firearms, ammunition
and materials are provided. The
hunter safety course is required
for everyone, born on or after
June 1, 1975, to purchase a
Florida hunting license.
Register online at MyFWC.
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lane closures on Archer Road
(S.R. 24) from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
between 1-75 and Southwest 34th
Street (S.R. 121) for work on the
There may be daytime lane
closures on 1-75 from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the S.R. 222 interchange
(Exit 390) to repair the high mast
There will be daytime lane
closures on Northeast and
Northwest 39th Avenue (S.R.
222) from 1-75 to west of S.R. 26
to allow inmate crews to repaint
the roadway markings.
A detour is in place on
South Main Street (S.R. 329)
to reconstruct the intersection
with Second Avenue (by the
courthouse). Southbound through
traffic is detoured to University
Avenue, Southwest Sixth
Street and Southwest Fourth
Avenue. Northbound through
traffic is detoured to Southeast
Fourth Avenue, Southeast Third
Street and University Avenue.
Local traffic has access and all
businesses in the-area are open
and accessible.
S.R. 26 traffic is now using
the new overpass over U.S. 301
and the CSX Railroad. No lane
closures are scheduled.
Crews will -be repainting the
roadway lines on S.R. 121 from
U.S. 441 by the Florida Highway
Patrol station .to the Union
County line.
Crews will be repainting the
roadway lines on S.R. 235 from
C.R. 340 to the Bradford County
There will be daytime lane
closures on U.S. 441 from
Williston Road (S.R. 331) to
the- Columbia County line to
allow inmate crews to repaint the
roadway markings.
There will be daytime lane
closures on U.S. 301 from 6
a.m. to 4 p.m. between Orange
Heights and Waldo for work on
drainage structures in the median
as part of the resurfacing project.
Also, there will be daytime lane
closures in Waldo for northbound
trafficjust south of the Waldo Flea
Market to modify the driveway
to a new Dollar General store.

In Clay County, there will be
daytime lane closures on S.R.
100 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for
resurfacing. The project stretches
from the Bradford County line to
the Putnam County line.
If you plan on traveling further
away, the following projects may
also affect you:
In Dixie County
S.R. 51, daytime lane
closures from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30
p.m. between the Lafayette and
Taylor County lines to complete
the replacement of four bridges.
S.R. 349, daytime lane
closures after 8 a.m. from U.S.
19 at Old Town to the Lafayette
County line to work on the
roadway shoulders and new turn
lanes at C.R. 353 and Spillers
In Hamilton County
1-75, possible daytime lane
closures between U.S. 129 (Exit
451) and S.R. 6 (Exit 460) in
preparation for resurfacing.
Construction vehicles will be
entering and leaving the interstate
In Levy County
Alternate 27 (U,S. 27A),
daytime lane closures from
Southeast 10th Street in Williston

to the Marion County lind for
sidewalk repairs and to work
on drainage pipes in preparation
for resurfacing. Also, daytime
lane closures from U.S. 129 to
Williston to repaint the roadway
markings and crews will be
repainting the roadway lines.
In Madison County
S.R.145, daytime lane
closures after 8 a.m. to work
on the two-foot wide paved
shoulders between Madison and
Hanson. Also, crews will be
placing old asphalt removed from
the.travel lanes onto the bike trail
being built between U.S. 90 in
Madison and Hanson.
U.S. 221, daytime lane
closures from the Taylor County
line to Greenville 10 for ditch
In Suwannee County
C.R. 252, daytime lane
closures between C.R. 137 and
U.S. 129 for work on the road
shoulders. Repaving has been
postponed to start January 1.8.
U.S. 129, possible shoulder
closures on the west side of the
road between U.S. 27 east of
Branford and the Santa Fe River
Bridge to build a bike path.

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Tetstone is LBES Teacher of the Year

BY TAMMY WILKERSON graduated from the University of
Special to the Times North Florida with a bachelor's
degree in physical education,
AaronTetstone has been chosen after having interned with Coach
as the Lake Butler Elementary Betty Brackett at Lake Butler
School Teacher of the Year. Middle School.

Tetstone is currently in his
sixth year of teaching in the
Union County school system. He
said he chose a teaching career
because of his passion for sports
and the enjoyment of seeing
children succeed. His decision
to become a teacher was also
influenced by his parents, who
are both teachers, and the impact
they have made during their
teaching careers.
"Aaron takes a leadership role
in many activities at school,"
Principal Lynn Bishop said. "He
does this with such a positive,
upbeat attitude that he is well-
liked among liis peers."
Tetstone graduated from
Bradford High School in 2000.
In 2002. he graduated with an
associate of arts degree from
Santa Fe Community College.
In the spring of 2005, Tetstone

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March 5, at the Bradford High
School auditorijut.beginning-at-
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that afternoon, -
Last __year, these pageants
awarded young ladies in Brad-
ford and Unioncounties
more than. $3,000 in scholar-
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Applications are available at
the following locations: Brad-
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Middle 'School, Capital City
Bank (Starke branch), Keystone
Heights High School, One Stop
Tailor Shop, Say I Do Brid-
al, Starke Academy of Dance
(Starke and Keystone) and Union
County High School.

While in college, Tetstone
worked as a substitute teacher
and coach in Bradford County.
At Bradford, he was the, head
baseball coach for Bradford
Middle School from 2002 to
2004. He was the varsity head
coach for girls soccer at Bradford
High School in 2002-2003, and
also coached varsity and junior
varsity football at BHS from
2000 to 2003.
After his internship. Tetsone
began working as a physical
education teacher at Union
County'High School. After a year
at UCHS, he had an opportunity
to teach at Lake Butler
Elementary School and said he
was excited to take it.
He coached varsity and junior
varsity football at Union County
High from 2005 to 2007. He also
coached baseball at Lake Butler

Princess applicants must be
13-17 years old (must be a junior
in high school or under) the day
of the pageant, with queen appli-
cants between 17 and 24 years of
age (must be at least a senior in
high school).

Tiny Miss Pageant contestants
must be 0-3 years old. Little Miss
_Eageant contestants must be 4-6
years old. Petite Miss Pageant
contestants must be 7-9 years
old. Junior Miss Pageant con-
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Applicants must be a resident,
or attend school in Bradford,
or Union counties or Keystone,
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chosen as the Lake Butler
Elementary School Employee
of the Year.
A life-long resident of
Union County, Reeves has
been employed with the
school district for the past 26
As a graduate of Bradford
High School, she continued
her education at Santa Fe
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she received her associate of
arts degree before transferring
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students who struggle daily
with reading mastery and
With a willingness to help,
Reeves also assists in the
monitoring of students during
breakfast and lunch, as well
as assisting kindergarteners
in the pick-up area every

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New Public Defender Scott was destined for position in law

Regional News/Sports Editor
Stacy A. Scott has
successfully argued cases in
court, but one argument she
.would not win would be trying
to disprove that her father
always knew what she was
destined for in life.
Scott, the new public
defender appointed to the
Eighth Judicial Circuit by
former Gov. Charlie Crist
following the retirement of C.
Richard Parker, had other
career goals in mind. As a
child, she thought she would
become a cowgirl, influenced
by the time spent on her
family's farm and time spend
around the animals on the
farm. As she got older, she
thought of becoming a
However, Scott's father, Jim
Scott, always knew what his
daughter would become.
"The interesting thing is my
father always told me from the
time I was a young child that I
was going to be a lawyer
because I was talented in
speaking and writing, and I
always liked to talk back,"


Stacy A. Scott
was appointed
by former Gov. j
Charlie Crist to
replace retiring -
C. Richard
Parker as the
public defender
of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit.

Scott said. "I always had to get
the final word in somewhere."
Still, it wasn't until she
received her undergraduate
degree from the University of
Florida in 1992 that she began
to heed her father's prediction.
"I think I was a little
rebellious, and I was
determined not to be a lawyer,
even though I was so talented
it those areas," Scott said.
Scott-who grew up in Fort
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University of Florida Levin
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learned that trial work is what
she wanted to do, even though
that wasn't her first choice.
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environmentalist," she said,
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degree in 1995, has worked in
private practice and has spent
approximately 13 years
working in the Public
Defender's Office. She was the
county court supervisor for
Alachua County the past three-
and-a-half years, supervising a
staff of six lawyers and four
support personnel.
Now, Scott oversees 65
employees and an annual
budget of $5 million to serve
the six counties-including
Bradford and Union-in the
"I'm very excited to be in
this position," Scott said. "It's
something that I've always
dreamed of."
Parker, who was appointed
as the public defender in the
Eighth Judicial Circuit in 1984
and reelected to the position
ever sinGe, retired Nov.' 30,
2010, to take a job as a
criminal defense adviser in
Afghanistan, working for PAE
"Mr. Parker was in this
position for a long time," Scott
said. "I had planned to run for
the position when he retired. It
was a complete surprise to
everyone that he retired
midterm to leave to go work in
"I was honored by him
recommending to the governor
that I be appointed to take his
Working in the Public
Defender's Office and now
serving as the public defender

is a natural fit for Scott. Like
her father before her, she
wants to make a difference in
public service.

"My father was in public
service my whole life just
about," she said. "He was in
the Legislature from 1976 until
2000. I had some deep-rooted
commitment toward public
service and serving the greater
"That's one reason why I
chose to be a public defender. I
really feel like in our positions
as public defenders, we're the
voice for people who don't
really have a voice, people
who are accused of crimes,
who are basically powerless
and facing the might of the
government. We are their
advocate-there to make sure
that the process is fair and that
they receive equal treatment
under the law."
Now, in her new position,
Scott takes on a-greater role-
"the leader of the troops that
are fighting so hard to protect
all of our freedoms through
representation of poor people
accused of crimes."
If there's a slight drawback
to the positon-at least right
now-it's that Scott won't get
to spend as much time working
in the courtroom as she's used
"I love being a trial lawyer,"
she said. "Maybe eventually-
once I get a handle on this new
role-I'll be back there taking
Scott likens working in a
courtroom to performing. She

likes that aspect of trial work,
plus she's competitive, so the
adversarial nature of a trial
appeals to her as well.
The same trial practice
course she took in college that
got her hooked on such work is
now one she teaches as an
adjunct professor at UF.
"I just love being able to try
to be a part of molding a new
lawyer to become a great
advocate and a person the
profession can be proud of,"
Scott said.
One bit of advice Scott can
pass onto students is to expect
the unexpected in court. Scott
said she learned a "hard
lesson" in her first-ever
courtroom experience after
graduating from college.
Scott was hired as a
prosecutor out of law school.
Within a couple of weeks of
being hired, she represented a
woman in a domestic violence
case. The woman had
maintained throughout her
talks with Scott that she had
been battered by her husband.
"I thought this was going to
be a slam dunk," Scott said. "I
had photographs of injuries.
I've got the witness who's
maintaining her testimony."
In court, Scott's client took
the stand. In response to
Scott's question as to what
happened between the client
and her husband, the client
answered that her husband
accidentally slammed her hand
in a door. It was the exact
opposite of what the client had

See SCOTT page 4B

Keystone woman injured in crash

Mary 'E. Leduc, 65, of
Keystone Heights was
critically injured in a Jan. 7
crash on U.S. 301 in Starke.
According to the report by
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Alex Cummings,
Leduc was driving a 2005 Jeep
when she turned into the
outside lane off 301 out of a
private driveway.

A 2003 Peterbilt semi driven
by Charles M. Milton of
Gainesville was approaching
Leduc's vehicle and moved
into the passing lane to go
around her.
Leduc allegedly changed
lanes abruptly into the path of
the Peterbilt. Milton swerved
in an attempt to avoid a
collision, but the right front of

the Peterbilt struck the left rear
ofLeduc's jeep.
Leduc was transported to
Shands UF in critical
condition.. Milton was not
injured. Charges are pending
further investigation.
Damage to the Jeep was
estimated at $7,000 and
damage to the Peterbilt was
estimated at $4,000.

2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011
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i Social Announcenents

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Ray and Tommy Hunter

Hunters wed in Jan. 10 ceremony
Ray and Tammy Hunter were Monday, Jan. 10, 2011.
wed in Bradford County on

Tabitha Crew, and
Matthew Story

Crews, Story to
wed March 5
Carrie and Edward Crews of
Lawtey announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Tabitha Crews, to Matthew
Story, son of Kim and Doug
Story of Keystone Heights.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Keystone Heights High
School and is attending Santa
Fe College. She is a member
of Evangel Temple Assembly
of God, and is employed by
Western Steer and the Florida
Twin Theatre. The groom-elect
is also a graduate of Keystone
Heights High School and is
employed by JEA of
The wedding is planned for
March 5, 2011, at 3 p.m. at the
Thomas Center in Gainesville.
A reception will follow the
ceremony at the Thomas
Center. All family and friends
are invited to attend.

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Norman, Noegel
to wed'
March 26
Ronald and Cheri Norman
of Graham announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Erica Cherie Norman, "to
Jeremy Lee Noegel, son of
Louis and Janice Noegel of
Lake Butler..
The bride-elect is a 2003
graduate of Bradford High
School and a 2006 graduate of
Santa Fe College, where she
received a degree in nursing.
She is currently employed at
Shands as a registered nurse.
The groom-elect is a 1999
graduate of Union County.
High School and attended, the
University of West Florida. He
is currently employed with the
Department of Corrections.
The wedding is planned for
March 26, 2011, at Austin
Cary Memorial .Forest.
Invitations will be 'sent to
friends and family.

Miss Bradford

Ish Edwards and
Sherri Mann

Edwards, Mann
to wed Jan. 15
Ish Edw\ards and Sherri
Mann would like to invite all
friends and family members to
join them as they are united in
marriage on Saturday, Jan. 15,
2011, at 7 p.m. at the Starke
Woman's Club. There will be
a. reception following the
Edwards and Mann are an
established family, so they will
have a money tree at the
reception for honeymoon

Republicans will
meet Thursday
The Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. in
the Capital City Bank
boardroom at 350 N. Temple
Ave. in Starke.
January starts the group's
membership drive. New
members with new ideas are
There are still openings for
precinct chairmen in some
For more information on
being a precinct chairman or
becoming more involved,
contact Chairman David
Dodge at 352-222-8609, or
visit the Web site

Local Gold
Prospect rs -
Association of
America group
meets Jan. 20
The Gold Prospectors
Association of America, Starke
Chapter, will be conducting its
next monthly meeting on
Thursday, Jan. 20, at Butler.
Seafood House in Lake Butler
at 7 p.m.
Members of the chapter,
which is family oriented, invite
you for an evening of fun,
education and fellowship.
The chapter's youth group
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Letter to

the Editor

Thanks for your
Dear Editor:
The Lawtey Recreation Board
would like to take this opportu-
nity to say "Thank You" to the
community, volunteers and all
of those who helped in making
the Christmas party a huge suc-
The Recreation Department
along with the generous dona-
tions from the community were
able to provide nine bicycles and
help over 300 children and ami-
lies this Christmas.
We would like to also thank
the following businesses; Dollar
General in Lawtey, Wal-Mart,
Knuckle Draggers Motorcycle
and Accessories, Smith Brothers
Body Shop, Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Home, Mosley Tire,
Tatum Brothers, Williams Jew-
elry, Jackson's Building Supply,
Auto Zone, O'Reilley Auto
Parts, Cowboy's, Ceremonial
Fireworks, Gator II Farm Sup-
ply, Murray Ford, Sonny's
BBQ, Winn-Dixie, Mr. Auto
Insurance, Linda's Yard Arts,
A&M Recovery, and T&M
For more information on how
your donation is helping to make-
a difference in the lives of so
many in our community, we
invite you to contact any of the
recreation members or Sabrina
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Fest scheduled
for Jan. 29
Miss Bradford Fest, an event
of the third annual Santa Fe
College Boots-N-BBQ, will be
held Saturday, Jan. 29, at the
Bradford High School
auditorium at 7 p.m.
The pageant is open to
contestants in four age
divisions: 4-6 (Little Miss), 7-
12 (Junior Miss), 13-17 (Teen
Miss) and 18-21 (Miss).
Categories include Western
wear, talent (optional), party
dress, evening wear,
photogenic and on-stage
question (Teen Miss and
,The entry fee is $50.
Contestants receive T-shirts,
participation trophies and
program books.
Applications are available at
the Santa Fe College Andrews
Center in Starke or via e-mail
request .t
The deadline to register is
Thursday, Jan. 20.
A portion of the proceeds
will fund Santa Fe College
scholarships for Bradford
County students.
For more information, call
Lisa Tatum at 904-769-1748 or
Brenda Thornton at 904-364-
8266. You may also visit the

event's Facebook page.

bicycle ride set
for Feb. 12 ,
In conjunction with this
year's Santa Fe College Boots-
N-BBQ event, which is
scheduled for Feb. 10-12 at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds,
there will be a bicycle ride
sponsored by the Kiwanis Club
of Starke at 10 a.m.' on
Saturday, Feb. 12.
Riders may take part in 25-
or 52-mile rides, which start at
the fairgrounds.
Registration is $35 prior to
Feb. 8 and $40 afterward.
Price includes T-shirt,
admission to Boots-N-BBQ on
Feb. 12 and a barbecue meal.
For more information, please
call 352-395-5355, or log onto
the Web site
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All proceeds from Boots-N-
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Santa Fe College scholarships
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For more information on
Boots-N-BBQ, visit the
aforementioned Web site, or
call 352-395-5355 or 904-964-
5382 (extension 5355).

Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 3B

Crime & PunishmentI

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
Rena Akers.Arnold, 37, wvas
arrested Jan. 4 by Bradford
County Sheriffs Office
(BCSO) deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
rhisdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $4,000 and she was
released on bond Jan. 4.
Scott Ballou, 22, of
Keystone Heights, was arrested
Jan. 8 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana.
Shana Patrice Bethea, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
9 by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and she was released on bond
Jan. 9.
Angel Brooking, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 6 by CCSO deputies for
giving a false police report.
Latonya Nathalee Brown,
35, of Starke was arrested Jan.
6 by SPD officers for
withholding court-ordered
support. She purged the charge
by paying $270 and was
released Jan. 7.
Keisha Marie Cain, 21, of
Graham was arrested Jan. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she was
released on bond Jan. 8.
Randal Scott Coblentz, 39,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 9
by SPb officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Charles Curtis Crawford, 32,
of Key stone "Re'igfts was
arrested Jan. 8 by BCSO
deputies for DUI and driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Leonardo Veto Dicandio,
24, of Starke was arrested Jan.
6 by BCSO deputies for
larceny. He was released on
Jan. 6.
: Nicholas Wayne Doland, 27,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 10 by SPD officers for
driving- while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond Jan. I0.
Ruby D. Everette, 37, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 6 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
assault. Bond was set at $5,000
and she was released on bond
Jan. 7.
Houston James Fender, 19,
of.Starke was arrested Jan. 6
by Florida Wildlife

Commission (FWC) officers
and charged with taking game
out of season, two counts of
violating game and fish
regulations and one count of
smuggling a firearm onto
prison property. He was
arrested on state land near one
of the prisons in Raiford. Total
bond was set at $20,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
Sarah Frazier, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 5 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for grand theft.
Allegra Cashun George, 35,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 4
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original misdemeanor charge.
She was being held on no bond
and remained in jail as of press
Tracia Harris, 37, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Jan. 7 by Florida
Highway Patrol (FHP)
troopers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked and on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
on bond Jan. 10.
Ashley Harvin, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 5 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for grand theft.
William Aaron Heaton Jr.,
41, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 5 by Union County
Sheriffs Office (UCSO) Capt.
H.M. Tomlinson on a warrant
for twp counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. Bond was set at
Sarah Bryant Hesters, 64, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 6 by SPD officers for
retail theft. She was released
on Jan. 6.
Henry Jackson III, 23, of
Lake ButlerNwas arrested Jan. 8
by UCSO Deputy Donnie
Jones for aggravated battery
after he allegedly struck the
victim repeatedly with a belt
and held a hot space heater to
her face, .threatening to burn
Brenda Lee Jenkins, 39, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 5 by
BCSO deputies for
contributing to the delinquency
of a minor by failing to require
her children to attend school.
SShe was released on Jan. 9.

Eva Sophia Johnson, 43, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 6 by
SPD officers for five counts of.
obtaining prescription
medications by fraud. Bond
was set at $50,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
Steve Emanuel Jones, 39, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 4
by UCSO Deputy Todd
Hanlon on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Matthew Limbert, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 7 by CCSO deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
Leslie Matthews Markham,
28, of Cross City was arrested
Jan. 10 by UCSO Deputy
Hanlon for possession of
methamphetamine and
smuggling contraband into a
detention facility. Markham, a
pharmacy technician at RMC,
allegedly attempted to carry
methamphetamine into the
prison in her purse.
Robin Angenette McNair,
28, of Starke was arrested Jan.
3 by SPD officers for forgery-
altering a check and
exploitation of the elderly.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
she was released on bond Jan.
Christopher Lee Moss, 30,
of Starke was arrested. Jan. 8
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of failure to appear in
court for original misdemeanor
charges. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he was released on
bond Jan. 9.
Deron Patrick Palmer, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 8
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual, fleeing an
officer with lights and siren
activated and giving a false ID
to a law enforcement officer.
Bond was set at $17,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
Redus Parks, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Ji.:~/7 0ef'CS'Oc ptiies for
domestic battery.
Anthony Payne, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 7 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for failure to appear in
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Jan. 5 by BCSO deputies for
retail theft and resisting an
officer without violence. She
was released on Jan. 10.
Micah Christian Phoenix,
28, of Hampton was arrested
Jan. 8 by -Hampton Police
Department (HPD) officers on
an out-of-county warrant and
for giving a false ID to a law
enforcement officer. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 9.
Mary Kellin Pollard, 19, of
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by SPD officers for DUI. She
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Erica Shyann Redding, 20,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 3
by SPD officers for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond Jan.
Daryl Devon Riley, 35, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 7 by
BCSO deputies for battery. He
was released on Jan. 8.
Yolanda Rivers, 37, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 5 by
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Christopher Michael
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Jacqueline Deanna Thomas,
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Christopher Tims, 33,. of
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Shea T. Wilson, 18, of
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told Scott.
"Right there in front of the
jury, I think I looked at her and
said, 'What?' I definitely
learned that you've got to be
able to think on your feet, and
the trials don't always go the
way you planned them," Scott
said. "That's something that
has held true throughout my
years of trial work-the trial
never goes exactly the way
you thought it would. You
have to be so prepared that you
can adapt to whatever happens
in that courtroom and try to
use it to your advantage."
For many people, their only
idea of what goes on in a
courtroom is derived from
watching movies or TV shows.
Scott said there are shows and
movies that do a good job of
portraying the heart of a trial,
such as the racial injustice in

the movie "To Kill a
However, Scott said any trial
lawyer will tell you that most
theatrical and television
portrayals lack accuracy when
it comes to the technical
aspects of a trial, such as the
allowance of things that would
not normally be admissible in
a real court of law.
"I've been known to watch
'Law and Order' a few times,"
Scott said, "but I tend to get
frustrated by it. I do like
watching movies like 'To Kill
a Mockingbird' and '12 Angry
Men.' I tend to be drawn to
those kind of legal dramas as
long as I can just set aside the
technicalities of them."
What is obvious to those
who aren't familiar with the
legal process is that a verdict
rendered means one side won
its case, while the' other side
lost. Scott said there's no
better feeling as a public
defender when a verdict of

"not guilty" is rendered.
Conversely, there's no worse
feeling than when the verdict
is "guilty."
Scott said it's important for
lawyers to find motivation in
doing their jobs to the best of
their abilities without focusing
solely on the ultimate outcome
of a trial

"I think fighting the good
fight regardless of the outcome
has to be what motivates your,
especially as a public defender,
'where you don't get to choose
your clients or the cases,"
Scott said. "We end up losing
in trial a lot because the facts
are against us. You can have
Clarence Darrow in there
trying the case, but you're still
not going to win."
Since there are two sides to a
trial, it is not uncommon for
people to look at defense
lawyers and wonder why they
are arguing for people who are
accused of certain crimes.

Scott said she believes there is
a misconception that criminal
defense lawyers like crime or
are nu, offended by "horrible"
things people sometimes do.
"The answer is we do it
because we believe in the
system," she said. "We believe
that everybody deserves due
process. You have to separate
personal feelings about what
the person you represent has

Scott said the news can only
present the facts surrounding a
case and state the crime a
person is accused of.
Therefore, the general public
does not get to know the
accused as a fellow human
being as a defense lawyer
A small percentage of the
clients the public defender's
office represents may be:"bad"
people, but the majority of
clients are "good people who
just make mistakes," Scott

"When you get to know a
client, you can see them as a
human being," Scott said.
"You can see the humanity
involved in the case and not
just the act that is alleged to
have occurred. You don't get
that from just reading the
Scott said the Public
Defender's Office, Eighth
Judicial Circuit, has a tradition
of "doing a great job" for its
clients. It's a tradition she
looks forward to upholding.
"I want to make sure we
continue to represent clients to
our best possible extent," Scott
said. "Obviously, there are
budget issues going on, so
we're constantly asked to do
more with less. We need to
make sure we're representing
people to the fullest extent, but
in the most efficient way

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Dept. taking

registrations for

spring ball
The. Starke Recreation
Department is currently
registering children ages 4-18
for Starke-Bradford Babe
Ruth/Cal Ripken spring
baseball and softball.
Baseball offers six age
divisions (T-ball, rookie,
minor, major, 13-15, 16-18),
while softball offers five (8U,
10U, 12U, 14U, 16U).
The cost is $85 for eight
The opening-day ceremony
is scheduled for March 5 at 9
a.m. League dates are March
7-May 6.
For more information,
please call the Starke
Recreation Department at 904-
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cluded with $550, senior
discount, CH/A, small
pets considered. 352-
1BR/1BA cottage with
large 20 x 21 porch &
detached garage. Par-
tially furnished. $550 per
month. 1st & last months
rent + deposit. 386-496-
3418 after 5 p.m.
SWMH 2BR/1BA for rent,
CH/A, yard maint. includ-
ed, near UCI & FSP, $400
per month plus $250 de-
posit. Call 904-769-2148
or 904-964-8025.

Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
Immediate Opening.
Looking for applicants.
HUD vouchers accepted.
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001:Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDDITTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."

FOR RENT, Country living,
house. 2BR/2BA, LR, DR,
kitchen, utility room, 2 car
carport, CH/A, $650 per
month. First & last mo.
rent. Service animals only
Call 904-964-6718.
on 2 acres, in Raiford.
$800 per month, first, last
& deposit req. Call 904-
LARGE 1BR/1BA, house
$500 per month, Hwy 301
North, two miles south
of Lawtey, FPL utilities,
fenced yard, 1st & last.
6 month lease, 904-769-
DISCOUNT, Raiford 3/2
mobile home $500 or
2/1 mobile home $500.
Located close to prisons.
Call 386-431-1197.
ITS, 1BR/1BA cottage
w/large 20 x 21 porch &
detached garage. Partial-
ly furnished. $550 month.
1st & last month rent +
deposit. 386-496-3418
after 5 p.m.
2BR/2BA HOUSE on Lake.
Brooklyn, Keystone. $675
per month, first, last &
sec. deposit. Call 904-
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR/
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $700/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
Bradford St. Quiet neigh-
borhood, fenced in back
yard, screened porch.
$750 per month plus se-
curity deposit. Call 724-
2 BR MH near prison, $375
per month. Call 904-964-
HOUSE 3BR/1BA $575,-
rent, $575 security. Mo-
bile home for one or two
people $550 rent, $550
security, service animals
only. Call 904-964-9719.

Orangewood Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
Accepting Applications!
Rental Assistance!
1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
"This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and

fenced yard, between
Lake Butler & Starke on
100. $300 deposit, $750
per month. Call 904-305-
8287 or 904-284-9223.
3BR/2BADWMH off CR 225
on 1+ acres, fenced dog
house available, service
animals only, $735 per
month, shown by appt.
only. Call 352-727-0029.
70 MH. 2BR/2BA, avail-
able 1/15. 1 acre, garden
tub, cathedral ceilings,
separate shower, walk
in closet in master bed-
room, paved roads, nice
area service animals only.
$565 plus deposit, call
Chris at 352-278-2338.
3BR/1 BA 1216 sq. ft. updat-
ed with hardwood floors,
and screened in back
porch. Must see $800.00
Call Stephanie at Char-
nelle Whittemore Realty
3BR/2BA 1701 sq. ft. on
1 + acre with large fam-
ily room and pole barn,
$900/mo. Call Stephanie
at Chamelle Whittemore
Realty 904-477-6522.
3BR/2BA 1808 sq. ft. with
S20+ acres, fenced, barn,
pond and in ground pool.
Must seel $2,200/mo.
Call Stephanie at Char-
nelle Whittemore Realty,
3BRl/BA 1136 sq.ft. brick
home with wood floors
and fenced back yard
$880/mo. Call Stephanie
at Chamelle Whittemore
Realty 904-477-6522.
3BR/1BA HOME with
screened in front porch
and large living space.
Must see! $600/mo. Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty 904-
3/2 DWMH with large lot,
must see! $650. Call
Stephanie at Charnelle
Whittemore Realty 904-

51 Lost
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female cocker spaniel,
NE 19th Ave. in Starke.
Please return. Call 904-
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
sale. 205 Magnolia Ave.,
Keystone Heights. Jan.
21, Friday from 9am til
4pm and Jan. 22, Sat.
from 8am til noon.

57 For Sale
black, it works, bought a
new color, $40, call 904-
tor. $300. In good condi-
tion. Call 904-769-2367.
cord, 1/4, 1/2 cord also
available. Free delivery
in Starke, Lake Butler and
Keystone Heights areas!
Call 352-275-1836.

59 Personal
MENT Guaranteed in-
stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement wir)-
dows & doors, premium
siding, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing. Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
Madison Street, Starke.
1 BUY CARS, metals, trac-
tors, ATV's, lawn mowers
& trucks. No title neces-
sary. Will pick up within
150 mile radius, pay cash.
Call Pete at 904-769-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all-
types of tractor work,

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Very clean, new paint, fenced in backyard.
$750/mo. plus $800 security
Call 352-473-8055

3 Bedrooms 2 Baths

Only 579 mth.
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between 4pm-9pm, no
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mature experienced indi-
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knowledge in Outlook,
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be dependable and able
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hours per week plus some
overtime when needed.
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surance, 401K and profit
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Santa Fe scholarships to get boost from pig-kissing event

'What would you do for
charity? Ever think of kissing a
pig? Eight prominent Bradford
County citizens are competing
for the chance to do just that in
the Kiss the Pig contest at
Santa Fe College's Boots-N-
BBQ and scholarship
The contestant who gets
voted the most money will
smooch a pig. Every cent
raised goes for scholarships to
help Bradford County students
attend Santa Fe College, so
your vote is important.
The contestants are Cheryl
Canova (Santa Fe Andrews
Center director), Jeff Johnson
(Starke chief of police), Bob
Milner (former Bradford
County sheriff), Beth Moore
(Bradford County
superintendent of schools),
Gordon Smith (Bradford
County sheriff), Sylvia Tatum
(Starke businesswoman and
member of the Santa Fe
College Foundation), Ricky
Thompson (Starke city
manager) and Terry Vaughan
(Bradford County elections
Vote early and vote often,
it's all for education. Visit
www.bootsnbbq.com and click
on the contest logo. A donation
of $5 or more lets you cast
your vote for the person you
would most like to see kiss a
Votes can also be cast for $1
each at several locations
throughout Starke, such as at
the Bradford County tax
collector's office, Capital City
Bank, Community State Bank,

Bradford boys
use late run to
defeat Yellow
Jackets 68-55
Regional News/Sports Editor
Darrin Blye and Chris
Walton combined to score 17
points in the fourth quarter as
the Bradford boys' basketball
team put a pesky St. Augustine
team away in a 68-55 win on
Jan. 8 in Starke.
The Tornadoes (12-3 prior to
Jan. 11) led by 10 at the half,
getting eight first-half points
from both Walton and
Ya'keem Griner. Justin
McBride pulled down 11
rebounds-including seven in
the first quarter-and finished
with 16 overall.
St. Augustine, though, got
seven points from Matt Clark
and two 3-pointers from Lionel
Robinson in the third quarter,
which helped the Yellow
Jackets pull to within 42-39
heading into the final quarter.
Clark and BJ. Esguerra each
hit a 3-pointer early in the
fourth to put St. Augustine up
45-44. Blye, though, answered
with a trey,'which sparked an
1-1-0 run for Bradford. Walton
had a 3-pointer off of an assist
from Tramaine Harris and had
five points during the run,
while Griner had four points as
Bradford went up 58-45 before
St. Augustine's Robinson hit a
See BHS page 5C

Road Construction on SE 144th
from SR 100 to the railroad is
scheduled from January 10, 2011
to December 20, 2011. Traffic will
be reduced to one lane during
portions of construction and should
be limited to local traffic as much
as possible.
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The regular meeting of the
Bradford County Board of County
Commissioners is scheduled for
January 20, 2011 at 6:30 p.m. in
the Commission Meeting Room,
North Wing, Bradford County
Courthouse, 945 N. Temple Ave.,
Starke, FL. A copy of the agenda,
with attachments, may be obtained
from the county website
www.bradfordcountyfl.gov or from
the office of County Manager in the
North wing of the County
1/13 ltchg-B-sect

Cowboy's, Starke city hall and
Western Steer.
On Monday, Feb. 7,
Cowboy's will be open from 6
p.m. until 8:30 p.m. for a

special fundraiser at which the
kiss-the-pig candidates will be
waiting tables for'tips.-
The goal of each candidate
is to raise $1,000 by the time

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of Boots-N-BBQ, which is
scheduled for Feb. 10-12 at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The winning candidate will
smooch a pig at 4:30 p.m.

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during the Saturday, Feb. 12,
Boots-N-BBQ festivities.
For more information on
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2C Telegraph, Times 8 Monitor C Section Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

-1 Obituaries

Evelyn Brackett
Brackett, 83, of Lake Butler died
Friday, Jan. 7, 2011, at her home
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Brackett was born in
Worthington Springs, living most
of her life in Union County. She
was the daughter of the late
Turner Hill and Pearl Brown Hill.
She was a cashier at Publix in
Gainesville for several years and
she also worked with Owens-
Illinois Lumber products in Lake
Butler. She was a member of
Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, John Brackett, and
two children; Jimmy McDavid
and Eloise Hoskins.
Survivors include three
daughters: Louise (Sammy) Cobb;
Glenda (Sam) Bailey; and Debbie
Lynn (Jack) Asbury, all of Lake
Butler; a son, Ricky (Betty)
Brackett of Lakei Butler; 13
grandchildren, two great-
grandchildren and eight great-
Funeral services were held on
Jan. 10, at Sardis Baptist Church
With the Rev. Paul O'Steen and the
Rev. Gene Keith officiating.
Burial followed in Antioch
Cemetery in Alachua County.
Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke was in charge of

Robert Dell
STARKE-The Reverend Robert
Dell, of Starke, died Wednesday,
Jan. 5, 2011, at the Veterans
Administration Hospital in
Rev. Dell was born to the late
Rev. Roosevelt Dell, Sr. and Jettie
Tyson Dell. He served in the U.S.
Army. His studies included:
Edward. Waters College in
Jacksonville; Florida Agricultural
and Mechanical University
(FAMU) of Tallahassee; and
Gammon Theological Seminary of
Atlanta, Ga. where he earned his
Master's in Divinity. Rev; Dell
began his ministry in 1961.
During that time, he served in the
North and Central United
Methodist Conferences. He retired
in May 1996 and became a
member of Mt. Pleasant United
Methodist Church in Gainesville.
Survivors include: his wife,
Annie J. Dell, of Starke; a son,
Ronald L. Dell, of Starke; two
brothers, Rev. Dr. Roosevelt Dell,
Jr., of Brandon, and James Dell of
Miami; five sisters, Ruth E.
Holland, Flossie D. Epps, and
Lillie D. Strachan, all of Starke,
and Rev. May D. Fletcher and
Mary, D. Ryans, both of Miami;
and three grandsons.
Visitation will be held Friday,
Jan. 14, at 6:30 p.m. until 8:00

p.m. at Mt. Moriah Community
Church in Starke. Family and
friends are asked to meet at the
home of Re\. and Mrs. Dell, 541
W. Georgia St.. Starke, on
Saturday at 10:45 a.m. to form the
cortege. Funeral services will be
held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturda%, Jan.
15, at Nit. Pleasant United
Methodist Church. 630 N.\. 2"''
St., Gainesville, with the Rev.
Geraldine McClellan officiating.
Interment will follow at Mr.
SPleasant Cemetery in Gainesville.
Arrangements are entrusted to
Chestnut Funeral Home of

Shenell Holmes
COCOA-Shenell S. Bright
Holmes, 36, of Cocoa, died
Wednesday, .Jan. 5. 2011, in
Rockledge. Mrs. Holmes was born
in Rockledge on Aug. 30. 1974.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Antisha Floyd of Cocoa;
a son, Kyamene Foyd; her
mother, Shirley Sharon Bright, all
of Cocoa: her father, Teddy
Thodkield of San Antonio, Texas;
a sister, Shawna Green; and three
brothers, Tony Green, Toby
Bright and Tavis Saunders, all of
Funeral services for Mrs.
Holmes will be held on Saturday,
Jan. 15, at 11 a.m. in the Zion
Orthodox Primitive Baptist
Church with Elder P.L. Jones
conducting the services. Interment
will be held in Lawtcy at
Peetsville Cemetery under the

direction of Stone Funeral Home.

Mary Johns

Mary Johns
STARKE-Mary Frances Johns,
62, of Starke, died Tuesday, Jan.
4, 2011, at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville following an extended
illness. She was born in Starke on
Sept. 17, 1948, and was a member
of New River Methodist Church.
Mrs. Johns is survived by: her
son, Bo Johns; a brother, James
Norman; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral 'services for Mrs. Johns
will be held on Saturday, Jan. 15,
at 11 a.m. in the New River
Methodist Church with Jimmy
Scott conducting, the services.
Morning Funeral Home of Melrose
is in charge of arrangements.

Coranne Joseph
Coranne Joseph, 68. of Keystone
Heights, died Friday, Jan. 7. 2011,
at the Kindred Hospital in Green
Cove Springs following a brief
illness. She was born in Berea.
Ohio, on Sept. 10, 1942, to the late
Henry and Illa Hanks Hawersaat,
and had moved to Keystone
Heights 16 years ago from
Middleburg. Prior to her
retirement, she was a truck driver
for Food Lion and then began
working for AT&T.
,She is survived by: her
daughter, Lee (Alan) Salano of
Keystone Heights; a sister,
Roberta Duktig of Cape Coral; a
niece, Michelle; and two
There are no scheduled services
at this time. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be .made to
Clay County Animal Shelter, 2913
C.R. 220, Middleburg, FL 32068,
(904) 276-7233. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone

Hattie Loggins
STARKE-Hattie Mae Loggins,
80, of Starke, died Monday, Jan.
10, 2011, at Shands .Starke
following an extended illness. She

was born in Clanton, Ala. to
Robert and Hattie Easley on Aug.
18, 1930. She was a homemaker,
and a member of New Bethel
Missionary Baptist Church :of
She is survived by: her
children, Shirley Douglas, Aaron
Holley, Vernell Knight, and Eva
Leverson, all of Starke, and
Jimmie Lane and Henry Pete, both
of Gainesville: sisters, Amanda
Chandler, Legree Hankersan,
Catherine Solomon and Juliette
Long, all of Starke; and brothers,
Levan Easley and Ruben Thomas,
both of Starke. She was preceded
in death by her husband, John
Henry Loggins.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Loggins will be held on Sunday,
Jan. 16, at 1:30 p.m. in the New
Bethel Missionary Baptist Church
in Starke with the Rev. Everett
Brown as eulogist. Interment will
be in Oddfellow Cemetery under
the direction of Haile Funeral
Home. Visitation will be held on.
Saturday, Jan. 15, at the Carl D.
Haile Memorial Chapel in Starke.
with family hour from 4-5 p.m.,
and friends from 5-8 p.m., and one
hour prior to service at the church.
Family will meet at the home of
Mrs. Loggins, 14355 S.E. 44'
Place, Starke, to form the cortege.

Eugene Bristow
.Joseph Bristow, 77, of Lake
Butler,,died Thursday, Dec. 30,
2010, at his home following a
brief illness.
Mr. Bristow was a member of'
Little Rock Church, Inc. of Lake
Butler and served as the president
of the Executive Board. He was a
O.S. Navy veteran and a
:correctionS'officer with the Stafe-
of Florida..
Survivors include: his wife, '
Mary F. Bristow, of Lake Butler;
two daughters: Carlese Kimble of
Lake Butler and Sandy"*taten of
Gainesville; six grandchildren, six
great-grandchildren and a host of
other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held on
Jan. 8 at the Union County High
School auditorium in Lake Butler
with his pastor, the Rev., Randolph
Murray officiating. Burial
followed in Little Rock Cemetery
in Lake Butler. Pinkney-Smith
Funeral Home of Gainesville was
in charge of arrangements.

Donald Cayton
Donald Lee Cayton, 80, died
Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010, at his
residence. He was preceded in
death by his son, Charles Lee
Cayton, and grandson, Michael
Survivors include: his wife of
55 years, Virginia Marie Cayton;
two sons, Rodney Cayton, Sr. of
Lake Butler and Donald Cayton of
Lawtey; two .daughters, Patty
Baker and Melody Plemons, both
of Starke; 15 grandchildren and 14
Memorial services were held at
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in
Starke. Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke was in charge
of arrangements.

Dorothy Collins
HAMPTON-Dorothy Joyce
Collins, of Hampton, died on
Saturday, Dec. 25, 2010,. She
moved to Bradford County in the
early '60s. She was a member of
Victory Baptist Church in
Mrs. Collins is survived by: a
daughter, Lenora E. Palmer of
Peachtree City, Ga.; two sons,
David W. Earnest of Englewood
and Steven E. Earnest of Lake
Lore, N.C.; eight grandchildren
and four great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 29, at I p.m., at
Victory Baptist Church in
Hampton with Pastor Tommy
Smith officiating. Arrangements
are under the care of Countryside
Funeral Home of Anthony.

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Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 Telegraph, Times &E Monitor C Section 3C

In Memory of
Elizabeth Givens Walker

Mrs. Walker was born
January 13, 1914, and
,died May 9, 1996. Mrs.
Walker was a Bradford
County educator,
teaching special
education, adult
education, adult Sunday
School in the A.M.E.
Church, Girl Scout leader
for the Gateway Girl
Scout Council, and was
active in many community
organizations: Dell
Chapter O, E.S.,
-president of the
\N.A.A.C.P, and
Concerned Citizens of
Bradford County, to name
afew. Mrs. Walker was
also one of the first
African American female
reporters for the Bradford
County Telegraph. She
wrote the "News of
Interest to Colored
People in the '60s and
'70s. She was a loving
a wife and mother
While her schedule was
always tight, her family
never suffered. Once,
when I was a young teen,
SI had an event that called
:for a new dress. I went to
bed that night upset
because we had not been
Sto Stump 's, a local
clothing store at that
: time, yet. When I went in
-for breakfast the next
morning, hanging infront
of me was a new pink
dress (my favorite color
at the time). She had
stayed up all night io
make me that dress. It
was not the dress that was
important at that point. It
was that she had stayed
up all night just for me.
Mrs. Walker was an
excellent seamstress and
cook. She has been
Missed by the family and
the community. When we
,go out into the
community, people are
eager to tell us how she
impacted their lives. "If it
had not been for Mrs.
Walker, I would not
have..., or, "I remember
*when Mrs. Walker
wouldn't let me get away.
with...." As a Christian,
she gave of herself
:selflessly. And we are sure
she considers being a
*positive influence in so
many lives her greatest
-achievement. As a family,
we are pleased to know
that her life impacted so
many generations in our
The family of Elizabeth
Givens Walker


Charline Melvin
STARKE-Charline Melvin, 86,
a 54-year resident of Starke, died
Thursday, Jan. 6,2011, at Shands
at the University of Florida. She
was born in Macclenny on Oct.
22, 1924, to the late Charlie
Garrett and Creccy Lou Jane
Crews. She was a member of
Sampson City Baptist Church.
Mrs. Melvin was preceded in
death by: her brother, Kenneth
Garrett; and her sisters, Lois
Jarman, Gertie Priest and Deloris
Futch Watford. She is survived
by: her sisters, Loma Pierce and
Clara Crews, both of Macclenny;
and many nieces and nephews.
Graveside services were held
on Jan. 8 at Sapp Cemetery with
Pastor Leonard Melton officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
of Starke. Visit
com to sign the family's guest

William Moore
"Tex" Cornelius Moore, 72, of
Salisbury, N.C.; died on Friday,
Dec. 31,2010, at Rowan Regional
Medical Center. He was born on
Feb. 19, 1938, to. the late
Cornelius Moore and Lois Judd
Moore of Starke. He was a
graduate of Bradford County High
School, and was an Air Force
cadet. He was preceded in death.
by his sister, Roseann Moore.
He is survived by: his wife,
Monarcha Moore of Salisbury; a
son, Tony (Helen) Moore of
Chino Hills, Calif.; a daughter,
Athena Moore; and a son, Gregory
(Gwen) Moore, all of Salisbury; a
"sister, Jeanie Moore Norman; a
brother, Glen Moore of Bradford
County; six grandchildren, and
seven great-grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on
Jan. 8 at Second Presbyterian
Church in North Carolina.
Memorials may be made to the
.American Cancer Society, Rowan
County Relay for Life, c/o Frances
Morris, 1103 Burkesway Drive,
Salisbury, NC 28146. Summersett
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements. Online condolences
may be made at
www. summersettfuneral home.

Ellis Reynolds
Reynolds, 78, of Earleton, died
Sunday, Jan.< 9, 2011, at the
Malcolm Randall VA Hospital in
Gainesville. He was born in
Owensboro, Ky. to the late Hallie
Bevins and Aaron Reynolds. He
enlisted in the United States
Marine Corps in September 1949,
and was later assigned to the A-I -
1, First Marine Division. He
served in the Korean War,
participating in the Inchon
Landing, the liberation of Seoul,
and the battle of Chosin Reservoir,
receiving two Purple Hearts
during his service. After his
military .service, he received a
degree in chemistry at Kentucky
Wesleyan College and later
attended the University of
Kentucky for graduate work in
chemical engineering.
He later received a degree in.
industrial technology from the
University of North Florida. He
was employed by SCM/Glidden in
Jacksonville, and moved to
Earleton after his retirement. Mr.
Reynolds continued to. work:
forming his own consulting
company specializing in
turpentine recovery and
developing several. industrial
He is survived by: his wife of
40 years, Anetta Reynolds;
daughters, Jennifer Reynolds and
Lee Anne, Reynolds; step-
daughters, Sandra Wesley, Joan
Newcomer and Kathryn Lewis;
brothers, Joseph Aaron Reynolds-
Jr.'and Kenneth Lee Reynolds; a
sister, Jacy Lowilda Reynolds

Tyre; and 10 grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
in the Parrish Hali at Trinity
Episcopal Church of Mekose on
Friday, Jan. 14, at 1 p.m., with the
Rev. John Wesley of Montevallo,
Ala. officiating. In lieu of flowers,
memorial donations may be made
to Kentucky Wesleyan College or
the educational institute of your

Muriel Richard
HAMPTON-Muriel De-Wese
Richard, 87, of Hampton, died
Wednesday, Jan. 5,2011, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center
following an extended illness. She
was born in Bronx, N.Y., and later
moved to St. Croix, U.S. Virgin
Islands. She was of the Catholic
Mrs. Richard is survived by:
sons, Stanley De-Wese of St.
Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, and
Frederick De-Wese of Bronx; a
sister, Elizabeth Gill of Bronx;
five grandchildren, nine great-
grandchildren and three great-
Funeral services will be held on
Wednesday, Jan. 19, in St. Croix.
Interment will be held in Kinghill
Cemetery. under the direction of
James Funeral Home. Visitation
will be held on Saturday, Jan. 15,
from I1 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Haile
Funeral Home Memorial Chapel.

Kathlyn Sanders
STARKE-Kathlyn Denise
Sanders, 48, of Starke, died
Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, at Rock
Island Nursing Care and
Rehabilitation Center in Rock
Island, Ill., following an extended
illness. She was born in Starke on
April 12, 1962, and moved to
Rock Island from Starke for
medical reasons.
She was a certified nursing
assistant, and a member of Mt.
Moriah United Methodist Church,
and served in the choir. She was a
graduate of Bradford County High
Mrs. Sanders is survived by: a
daughter, Jamesia Nichols of
Tampa; sons, Omar Aldridge and
James Aldridge, both of Starke;
her mother, Christine Williams of
St. Petersburg; sisters, Larena
Golden and Lateka Walden, both
of St. Petersburg; two
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren. She was preceded
in death by a brother, Terry
Sanders, and a sister, Camell
Funeral services will beheld on
Saturday, Jan. 15, at 2 p.m. in the
River of Life Church of God in
Starke with the Rev. Emmanuel
Joe Kiser conducting the services.
Interment will be held in the
Bob-Love Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home. Visitation, will be
on Friday, Jan. 14, at the Carl D.
Haile Memorial Chapel, with
family hour from 3-4 p.m., and
friends may visit from 4-8 p.m., or
one hour prior to the start of the
service. Family will meet at the
home of Mrs. Sanders, 102 Long
St., Starke, at 1:30 p.m.

Cecil Slover
HAMPTON-Cecil Robert
Slover, 77, of Hampton, passed
away Sunday, Jan. 9, 2011, at
Malcolm Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville following an
extended illness. Mr. Slover was
born on March 8, 1933, in
Keansburg, N.J., to the late Cecil
Henry and Lillian Winthers
Slover, and moved to Bradford
County 12 years ago from South
He retired after 29 years of
service with Hess Gas Company
as a truck maintenance supervisor
and served in the United States
Army during the Korean conflict.
He was a Catholic, an avid.
NASCAR fan and attended Bible
Baptist Church. He was preceded
in death by his wife, Rosa Slover.

Survivors include: his wife of
10 years, Barbara Mobley Slover
of Hampton; a daughter, Sherry
(Perry) Holland of Hernando,
Miss.; sons, Robert Allen (Susan)
Slover of Killingsworth, Conn.,
William James (Susan) Slover of
Maxville, and Michael (Jane)
Slover of Millbum, N.J.; a brother,
William Paul (Helen) Slover of
Morganville, Conn.; 27
grandchildren,, 15 great-
grandchildren; and extended
family, Melissa (Scott) Davis,
Melody (Jamie) Elton, Roger
(Glenda) Green, David (Shana)
Bridges, and Kevin (Chrissy)
The family received friends in
the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel on
Wednesday, Jan. 12, from 5-7
p.m. Funeral services will be held
on Thursday, Jan. 13, at.l I a.m. in
the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel with
Brother Roger Worten officiating.
Interment will follow in Santa Fe
Cemetery. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Please leave online
condolences at

Carolynne Vincent
Irene "Rena" Turner Vincent, of
Hawthorne, died on Friday, Jan. 7,
2011. She was born on June 24,
1925, in Marianna, to Alonzo John
and Carrie Smith Turner.
Mrs, Vincent lived in Grandin
and attended Melrose High
School, from which she graduated
in 1943. She worked at Camp
Blanding, where she met her
future husband, John A. Vincent.
They married in 1946, and mbved-
to Pennsylvania, where their five
children were' born. They
eventually moved back to

Hawthorne, where she worked as
a real estate broker.
She is survived by: her sister,
Minnie Lee "Kie" Ridaught; and
four children, Samuel, James,
Gina and Terry; her daughters-in-
law, Pamela and Ashley; her son-
in-law, Abbey; and 12

Visitation will be held at
Moring Funeral Home in Meirose
on Friday, Jan. 14, from 4-8 p.m.
Funeral.services will be held at 11
a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 15, with a
service at Ochwilla Baptist
Church in Hawthorne.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home.

Bradford Union Area Career Technical Center

Spring Class Schedule, 2011

Telephone: (904) 966-6764

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Technical & Industrial Education
Class Instructor Date Day Hours Fee Lb/BK Bldg/
Welding Geiger 8/23/10 M-F Sch. Day 2.57 perhr. 250 per sem 10
Commercial Vehicle Driving A & B Abercrombie Call School M-F Sch. Day 2,606.20 Range
Bus Driver Training Smith TBA
Diesel Mechanics Rensbcrger 8/23/10 M-F Sch. Day 2.57 per hr. 75. per sem 10/1
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Cosmetology James 8/23/10 M-F Sch. Day 2.57 per lhr. 50. per sem/950 9/15
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4C .Telegraph, Times & Monitor C Section Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011

Stewart scores

40 in Tigers' 55-

33 win over

Regional News/Sports Editor
Anbreyal Stewart outscored
visiting Newberry as the Union
County girls' basketball team
won its third straight game,
defeating the Panthers 55-33
on.Jan. 8.
Stewart scored 40 points and
grabbed 10 rebounds as the
Tigers improved to 11-4.
Union, which outscored
Newberry 23-9 in the opening
quarter, got four steals from
Teyona Jenkins.
The Tigers played south
District 4-3A opponent
Bradford this past Tuesday and
will travel to play south district
opponent Keystone Heights on
Friday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 p.m.
The junior varsity teams will
play at 6 p.m.
On Saturday, Jan. 15, Union
travels to Alachua to play
Santa Fe at 3:30 p.m.
following a junior varsity
game at 2 p.m. The Tigers
return home Tuesday, Jan. 18,
to play south district opponent
Interlachen at 6 p.m.
Union was 5-0 in south
district play prior to playing

Score by Quarter
NHS: 9 12 7 12-33
UCHS: 23 10 12 9-55

Union (55): Quanesha
Edwards 3, Shakeyla Griffin 3,
Jenkins 4, Lashae Mitchell 5,
Stewart 40. 3-pointers:
Mitchell, Stewart. Free throws:

Earlier results:

UC 40 Bishop Snyder 36
Union was able to withstand
a big third quarter by host
Bishop Snyder in a 40-36 win
on Jan.'5 in Jacksonville.
The Tigers led 23-14 at the
half, but Bishop Snyder, a
north District 4-3A team,
outscored Union 16-7 in the
third to send the game into the
final quarter tied at 30-all.
Stewart scored 20 points to
lead the Tigers. She and
Quanesha Edwards each had
seven rebounds.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 9 14 7 10-40
BSHS: 4 10 16 6-36

Union (40): Edwards 2, Griffin
6, Jenkins 2, Khadijah Jones 6,
Mitchell 4, Stewart 20. 3-
pointers: Stewart. Free
throws: 9-17.

UC 55 Baker 26
Stewart posted a double-
double as the Tigers faced
another north district team,
defeating Baker County 55-26
on Jan. 6 in Lake Butler.
Union, which led 35-12 at
the half after a 21-2 second-
quarter advantage, got 23
points, 11 rebounds and four
steals from Stewart. Edwards
had 11 points, while Lashae
Mitchell had 10 points and
four steals.

Score by Quarter
BCHS: 10 2 6 9-26
UCHS: 14 21 8 12-55

Union (55): Edwards 11,
Griffin 2, Jenkins 3, K. Jones 2,
Laquile Jones 4, Mitchell 10,
Stewart 23. 3-pointers:
Mitchell. Free throws: 12-24.

BHS girls' team

is no match for

St. Augustine
Regional News/Sports Editor
St. Augustine's defensive
pressure proved to be too
much for the Bradford girls'
basketball team, which lost 78-
28 to the visiting Yellow
Jackets on Jan. 8.
The Tornadoes (7-6 prior to
Jan. 11) committed 15
turnovers in the first quarter
alone as St. Augustine built a
23-6 lead. On three.
consecutive possessions,
Bradford committed backcourt
turnovers that led to Yellow
Jacket baskets, two of which
came off of stolen inbound
The start of the third quarter
was probably the best part of
the game for the Tornadoes as
they scored eight of the first 14
points. Chelsea Jackson got the
first basket of the quarter off of
an offensive rebound and
followed that up with a score
off of an assist from Lakia
Bright and Jenkins each
added a basket, but Bradford
trailed by 27.
Bright, Jackson and
Taquandra Diggs each scored
six points to lead the
Bradford played south
District 4-3A opponent Union
County this past Tuesday and
will host West Nassau on
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
following a junior varsity
game at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday, Jan. 18, the
Tornadoes host south district
opponent Crescent City at 6:30
p.m. The junior varsity teams
will play at 5 p.m.
Bradford was 5-1 in south
district play prior to playing

Score by Quarter
SAHS: 23 20 20 14-78
BHS: 6. 8 12 2-28

Bradford (78): Bright 6,
Alagria Chandler 2, Diggs 6, C.
Jackson 6, Loretta Jackson 2,
Nicole Jenkins 2, Quinessa
Portis 2, Laquisha Williams 2.
Free throws: 4-6.

Lady Tornadoes

defeat Keystone

by 30 points
Regional News/Sports Editor
Taquandra Diggs scored ,17
points to help the Bradford'
girls' basketball team defeat
Keystone Heights 54-24 on
Jan. 7 in Keystone and
improve to 5-1 against south
District 4-3A competition.
Loretta Jackson had 11
points, while Quinessp Portis
added eight for the Tornadoes,
who won their third straight.
Conversely, it was the third
straight loss for Keystone,
which fell to 1-4 in the district.
The Indians did pick up a
district win against Interlachen
on Jan. 7. (See related story.)
Jordan Leitheiser led
Keystone with nine points.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 11 14 17 12-54
KHHS: 4 10 6 4-24

Bradford (54): Diggs 17,

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Chelsea Jackson 4, L. Jackson
11, Nicole Jenkins 6, Portis 8,
Latasha Smith 2, Laquisha
Williams 6. Free throws: 4-11.

Keystone (24): Cortney Casas
1, Mackenzie Dicks 2, Leanne
Dye 6, Hannah Hamilton 3,
Leitheiser 9, Holly Strassberger
3. Free throws: 8-15.

Earlier BHS result :

BHS 88 Interlachen 48
Bradford scored 55 points in
the first half in defeating south
district opponent Interlachen
88-48 on Jan.4 in. Interlahcen.
Bright scored nine points in
the first quarter as the
Tornadoes built a 27-17 lead.
She and Loretta Jackson each
finished with 16 points.
Chelsea Jackson scored 10
of her 14 points in the second
half, while Portis scored 10
points. Diggs added eight

Score by Quarter
BHS: 27 28 19 14-88
IHS: 17 6 13 12-48

Bradford (88): Bright 16,
Alagria Chandler 2, Diggs 8, C.
Jackson 14, L. Jackson 16,
Jenkins 4, Mitchell 1, Jasmine
Portis 7, Q. Portis 10, Jatoya
Slocum 2; Smith 4, Williams 4.
Free throws: 4-20.

Lady Indians

fall to 2-5 in

district with loss

to Raiders
Regional News/Sports Editor
Crescent City became the
second south District 4-3A
team to sweep its season series
against the Keystone Heights
girls' basketball team,
defeating the Indians 36-25 on
Jan. 10 in Keystone.
The Indians (6-11) fell to 2-
5 in the district, with both
district wins coming against
Holly Strassberger scored 10
points to lead Keystone, while
Leanne Dye had 12 rebounds
and five assists.
Keystone travels to Orange
Park on Thursday, Jan. 13, to
play Ridgeview.at:-7;30 p.m.

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The junior varsity teams will
play at 6 p.m.
On Friday, Jan. 14. the
Indians will attempt to avoid
getting swept by south district
opponent Union County when
they play the Tigers at 7:30
p.m. in Keystone. The junior
varsity teams will play at 6
The Indians host Middleburg
on Tuesday, Jan. 18, at 7:30
p.m. following a junior varsity
game at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
CCHS: 10 9 10 7-36
KHHS: 1 7 10 7-25

Keystone (25): Casas 2, Dye
4, Hamilton 1, Leitheiser 2,
Pernell 2, Shobris 4,
Strassberger 10. Free throws:

Earlier result:

KH 42 Interlachen 31
Keystone put a stop to a
three-game skid, defeating
south district opponent
Interlachen 42-31 on Jan. 7 in
Hannah Hamilton and
Jordan Leitheiser each scored
eight points to lead the Indians.
Hamilton also had seven
rebounds, five assists and four
Dye grabbed a team-high 12

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 10 6 16 10-42
IHS: 4 7 8 12-31

Keystone (42): Baggett 3,
Casas 5, Dye 6, Hamilton 8,
Leitheiser 8, Munoz 5,
Strassberger 7. Free throws:

Bradford tops

Keystone, Union

in weightlifting

Regional News/Sports Editor
Whitney Yeauger, Allison
Scott and Courtney Sexton
won their weight classes to
help the Bradford girls'
weightlifting team top
Keystone Heights and Union
County in a three-team meet


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Bradford scored 38 points to
edge Union by one point.
Keystone had 28 points.
Yeauger won the 110 class
with a 245-pound (120 bench
press, 125 clean and jerk) total,
while Scott won the 119 class
with a 210 (95, 115) total.
Sexton had a 240 (115, 125)
total to win the 129 class.
The Tornadoes had the
second-place lifters behind
Scott and Sexton in their
respective classes. Haley
Tieken finished behind Scott in
the 119 class with a 185 (100,
8 5) total, while Savanna
Munyan placed behind Sexton
in the 129 class with a 185 (80,
105) total.
Heather Johnson also earned
a second-place finish with a
225 (120, 105) total in the 199
Placing third for Bradford
were Bri Slown in the 110
class (95 bench press, 90 clean
and jerk, 185 total), Shaina
Harden in the 139 class (80,
95. 175), Ashlee Walker in the
169 class (110, 75, 185) and
Haley Sweat in the 199 class
(100, 100,200).
It was the fourth meet of the
season for Bradford. In a
season-opening meet against
Ridgeview and Oak Leaf,
Bradford had two lifters place'
first: Yeauger with a'230 (115,
115) total and Sexton with a
210(100, 110) total.

Scott and Johnson each
placed second with totals of
190 (85, 105) and 205 (110,
95), respectively. Tieken and
Sweat had third-place finishes
with totals of 175 (95, 80) and
175 (100,75), respectively.
On Dec. 9, Bradford
competed in a meet with
Keystone, Middleburg and
Ridgeview. Yeauger won her.
class with a 230 (120, 110)
total, while Sexton won hers
with a 220 (110, 110) total.
Johnson placed second with
a 220 (115, 105) total. Scott
and Sw eat earned third-place
finishes with totals of 205 (95,
110) and 180 (90, 90),
In a Dec. 14 meet with
Buchholz and Columbia,
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(110, 125), respectively.
Tieken was runner-up in her
class with a 180 (95,85) total.

3 KH lifters wi'n

classes in meet

with BHS, UCHS

Regional News/Sports Editor
Three won their weight
classes and five finished as
runners-up in the Keystone
Heights girls' weightlifting
team's meet with Bradford and
-Union County on Jan. 6 in
The Indians had a team
score of 28 to finish behind
Bradford (38) and Union (37).
Holly Chelette won the 139
class with a 195 (100 bench
press, 95 clean and jerk) total,
while Bri Bowman won the
154 class with a 185 (100, 85)
total. Morgan Boettcher won
the 199 class with a 390 (195.
195) total.
Placing second for Keystone
were Brooke Barrow in the
101 class (40 bench press, 40
clean and jerk, 80 total),
Maylana Lancaster in the 139
class (95, 90, 185), Brittany
Warner in the 154 class (95,
85, 180), Shelby Crowder in
the 169 class (110, 95, 205)
and Rachel Wells in the 183
class (90,70, 160).
Keystone had two lifters
Place third: Chelsea Chambers
in the 129 class (90, 85, 175)
and Heather 'Fitts in the
unlimited class (130, 125,
For the season, Boettcher
and Chelette each have three.
wins. (Chelette's other two
wins came in the 154 class.)
'Boettcher has a season-best
total of 400 pounds (200 bench
press, 200 clean and jerk),
while Chelette has a season-
best total of 220 (115, 105).

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Tigers play


closer, but still

fall short 85-79
Regional News/Sports Editor
The first time the two teams
played, the result was a 23-
point Suwannee win.
On Jan. 10 in Lake Butler,
the Union County boys'
basketball team played the
Bulldogs tougher, but despite
Quentin Johnson's 33 points,
the Tigers lost 85-79.
Johnson made five 3-'
pointers for Union (8-9),
which dropped its second
straight after winning three of
Isaac Johnson added 16
points, while Darius Corbitt
had nine.
The Tigers play at Fort
White on Thursday, Jan. 13,
before returning home
Saturday, Jan. 15, to play south
District 4-3A opponent
Bradford. Both games are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m., while
the junior varsity teams at 6
On Tuesday, Jan. 18, Union
hosts south district opponent
Interlachen at 7:30 p.m. The
game will be proceeded by a
junior varsity boys' game at
4:30 p.m. and a girls' varsity
game at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
SHS: 17 22 24 22-85
UCHS: 21 20 13 25-79

Union (79): Carl Alexander 7,
Princeton Alexander 3, Corbitt
9, Daquin Edwards 4, I.
Johnson 16, Q. Johnson 33,
Justin Long 2, D.J. Paige 7. 3-
pointers: P. Alexander,
Corbitt, I. Johnson 2, Q.
Johnson 5. Free throws: 4-7.

Earlier results:

Middleburg 61 UC 54
Union was held to four
points in the first quarter of a
61-54 loss to Middleburg on
Dec. 28 in the first round of a
tournament at Baker County"
High School in Glen St. Mary.
.The Tigers, who trailed by
eight after the first quarter and
by six at the half, got 11 points
from Isaac Johnson, while Carl
Alexander had 10. Daquin
Edwards and Quentin Johnson
added nine and eight,


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 4 12 19 19-54
MHS: 12 10 17 22-61

Union (54): C. Alexander 10,
P. Alexander 2, Austin Dukes
5, Edwards 9, I. Johnson 11,
Q. Johnson 8, Shammi
Maeweather 7, Paige 2. 3-
pointers: Dukes, Maeweather,
i. Johnson,. C. Alexander 3.
Free throws: 10-17.

Baker 77 UC 70
The Tigers held a 10-point
lead, but Baker County
outscored them 23-13 in the
fourth quarter to force
overtime and eventually hand
them a 77-70 loss in the Baker
County tournament on Dec.
A 24-point second quarter
helped the Tigers go into the
half up by nine.
Isaac Johnson led Union
with 25 points, while
Alexander and Quentin
Johnson scored 18 and 13
points, respectively.

Score by Quarter
UC: 11 24 17 13 5-70
BC: 14 12 16 23 12-77

Union (70): C. Alexander 18,
P. Alexander 2, Edwards 6, I.
Johnson 25, Q. Johnson t3. 3-
pointers: I. Johnson 3, Q.
Johnson 3, C. Alexander 4.
Free throws: 8-15.

UC 65 Baldwin 39
Princeton Alexander made
five 3-pointers and finished
with a game-high 21 points in
Union's 65-39 win over
Baldwin on Jan. 4 in Baldwin.
The. Tigers trailed 13-12
after the first quarter, but
outscored the Indians 37-15 in
the second and third quarters.
Alexander scored 12 points in
the second quarter as Union
took.a 30-20 halftime lead.
Isaac Johnson scored 10
points, while Carl Alexander
added 10. Edwards had eight

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 12 18 19 17-65a
BHS: 13 7 8 11-39

Union (65): C. Alexander 10,
P. Alexander 21, Edwards 8; I.
Johnson 12, Long 2,
Maeweather 6, Paige 6. 3-
pointers: C. Alexander 2, P.
Alexander 5. Free throws: 6-8.

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Edwards scored five points
during a 9-2 run to open the
fourth quarter as the Tigers
rallied to defeat visiting
Bishop Snyder 56-51 on Jan.
A 3-pointer b\ Edwards
sparked the run. which also
included an acrobatic shot in
the lane by Isaac Johnson and
two free throws by Carl
Edwards scored six of his 14
points in the second quarter to
help the Tigers rally from an
I -point deficit and trail by
only two at the half.
Isaac Johnson- and. Quentin
Johnson finished with 15 and
14 points, respectively.

Score by Quarter
BSHS: 14 12 16 9-51
UCHS: 7- 17 15 17-56

Union (56): C. Alexander 7,
Corbitt 6, Edwards 11, I.
Johnson 15, Q. Johnson 14,
Long 3. 3-pointers: C.
Alexander, Edwards, I.
Johnson 3, Q. Johnson 3. Free
throws: 12-18.

Newberry 53 UC 51
The Tigers came up just
short of their third straight win,
losing 53-51 to visiting
Newberry on Jan. 8.
Edwards and Isaac Johnson
scored 11 and 10 points,
respectively, while Princeton
Alexander added nine points.

Score by Quarter
NHS: 9 14 11 19-53
UCHS: 5 17 9 20-51

Union (51): C. Alexander 2, P.
Alexander 9, .Corbitt 3,
Edwards 11,1. Johnson 10, Q.
Johnson 3, Long 1,

Edwards 2,
Alexander 3.

6, Paige 4. 3-
Q. Johnson,
I. Johnson 2, C.
Free throws: 5-8.

Indians defeat

Bishop Snyder

for second win

of the week
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights boys'
.basketball teamrnpicked up its'
second win in three games,
defeating Bishop Snyder 33-32
on Jan. 10 in Jacksonville..
Chase Julius' scored 12
points to lead the Indians (5-
11). Ryan Latner had nine
Keystone will host Baker
County on Thursday, Jan. 13,
before traveling to Green Cove
Springs on Friday, Jan. 14, to
play Clay. Both games are
scheduled for 7:30 p.m.
following junior varsity games
at 6 p.m.
On Monday, Jan. 17, the
Indians travel to Palm Coast to
play Matanzas at 7:30 p.m.
The junior varsity teams will
play at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 10 5 8 10-33
BSHS: 9 4 11 8-32

Keystone (33): Cody Avery 2,
Dalton Campbell 6, Josh Ergle
4, Julius 12, Latner 9. 3-
pointers: Latner.

Earlier result:

KHHS 52 St. Joseph 35
Julius had a double-double
as the Indians snapped a six-
game losing" streak, defeating
visiting St. Joseph 52-35 on
Jan. 5.
Julius had 15 points and 11
rebounds, while Dalton
Campbell and Latner scored 14
and nine points, respectively.
Josh Ergle, who had eight
points, dished out five assists.
Keystone got off to a good
start in trying to win a second
straight game, outscoring south
District 4-3A opponent
Interlachen 23-6 in the first
quarter, but the Indians were
outscored 61-25 the rest of the
way in a 67-48 loss on Jan. 7
in Interlachen.
The loss to Interlachen
dropped the Indians to 2-3 in
south district.play.

KHHS vs. St. Joseph

Score by Quarter
SJ: 6 7 8 14-35
KHHS: 5 18 18 11-52

Keystone (52): Campbell 14,
Ergle 8, Qhris Jones 2, Julius
15, Latner 9, Miguel Ruiz 2,"
Reggie Thomas 2. 3-pointers:
Ergle, Campbell 2, Latner 2,
Julius 3. Free throws: 6-24.

Keystone goes

1-1-1 in boys'

Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team experienced one
of every kind, of result in a
five-day span, defeating West
Nassau, losing to Suwanrnee
and tying Clay.
Keystone (7-4-4) hosted
West Nassau on Jan. 6, getting
two goals from Trey Bland in a
4-Q win.
Bland had an :assist on the
Indians' first goal, which was
scored by..Matt:.Crane in..the .
28"t minute. Bland scored in
the 36th minute off of a Timi
Frysinger assist and found the
net again in the 49'" minute off
of a Juan Grimaldo assist.
Matt Michaud added the
final goal in the 78th minute.
Visiting Suwannee scored
three goals in the first 17
minutes in handing the Indians
a 4-0 loss on Jan. 7.
On Jan. 10, Keystone fell
behind visiting Clay 2-0, but
rallied to salvage a 2-all tie.
Clay scored approximately
three minutes into the match,
then added another goal in the
22nd minute.
Bland sent a kick into the
corner of the Clay goal in the

30'h minute, getting an assist
from Zac Holliman.
With approximately 13
minutes left to play, Crane
scored off of Bland's assist to
tie the score.

Girls' team gets shutout
win over Menendez
One goal was all the

Continued from Page 1C
McBride had a basket and
grabbed four rebounds during
that stretch.
Walton led Bradford with 15
points, while Blye and Griner
each had 14. Treyonte
Covington added 10 points.
McBride blocked four shots,
while Harris dished out 10
The Tornadoes played south
District 4-3A opponent
Crescent City this past
Tuesday and will travel to
Alachua on Thursday, Jan. 13,
to play Santa Fe at 7:30 p.m.
The junior varsity teams will
play at 6 p.m.
On Saturday, Jan. 15,
Bradford will travel to Lake
Butler to play south district
opponent Union County at
7:30 p.m. following' a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m.
The Tornadoes were 4-0 in
south district play prior to
playing Crescent City.
On Monday, Jan. 17,
Bradford will play Raines at
4:30 p.m. in the MLK Classic
at Edward Waters College in

Score by Quarter
SAHS: 11 11 17 16-55
BHS: 15 17 10 26-68

Bradford (68): Deion Aldridge
2, Blye 14, Covington 10,
Griner 14, Harris 6, McBride 7,
Walton 15. 3-pointers: Blye,
Covington, Walton 3. Free
throws: 11-24.

Earlier results:

Everglades 69 BHS 61
Blye scored 20 points in
Bradford's 69-61 loss :to
Ransom Everglades on Dec.
28 in the first round of the
. Rockl'" Hotiday Classic in
Covington and Walton
scored 11 and 10 points,
respectively, while Harris had
seven rebounds and four

Score by Quarter
BHS: 17 13 6 25-61
RE: 23 17 12 17-69

Bradford (61): Aldridge 2, Blye
20, Deantre Burch 6,
Covington 11, Griner 4, Harris
7, Walton 11. 3-pointers:
Walton, Burch 2, Covington 2,
Blye 3. Free throws: 11-17.

Keystone girls' team needed to
put one in the win column on
Jan. 10, when the Indians
defeated visiting Menendez 1-
Noel Crane got the goal,
connecting on a kick' just
inside the box in the 28"

BHS 67 S. Forsyth 64
The Tornadoes bounced
back on the second day of play
in the Rock Holiday Classic,
defeating South Forsyth
(Cumming, Ga.) 67-64 on Dec.
Griner turned in a double-
double, scoring 24 points and
grabbing 11 rebounds.
Covington had 20 points,
while Blye, who was 7-of-10
from the foul line, added 14.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 21 15 16 15-67
SFHS: 13'23 11 17-64

Bradford (67): Aldridge 2, Blye
14, Covington 20, Griner 24,
Harris 2, Brian Walton 2, C.
Walton 3. 3-pointers: Blye,
Covington, C. Walton. Free'
throws: 12-25.

Country Day 34 BHS 31
Cincinnati Country Day
handed Bradford just its third
loss of the year in a low-
scoring affair in the Rock
Holiday Classic on Dec. 30.
Griner :was Bradford's
leading scorer with just seven""
points in a 34-31 loss. Griner
added 11 rebounds, two blocks
and two steals to his. totals,
while McBride had seven

Score by Quarter
BHS: 7 7
CD: 13 5

8 9-31 ..
6 10-34

Bradford (31): Blye 5, Burch 5,
Covington 6, Griner 7, Harris 4,
McBride 4. 3-pointers: Burch;
Covington. Free throws: 3-5.

BHS 76 Interlachen 61
Four players scored in
double figures as the
Tornadoes defeated south
district opponent Interlachen:
76-61 on Jan. 4 in Interlachen.
SCovington led Bradford with.:
16 points, while Griner had 14-
McBride and Walton scored 13
and 12 points, respectively.
McBride grabbed a team-'
high 12 rebounds, while Griner -
had nine. McBride also had
four blocked shots.
Harris recorded six assists.
Score by Quarter
BHS: ,*14 19 17 26-76
IHS: 7 23 17 14-61

Bradford (76): Blye 8, Burch 2, .
Covington 16, Griner 14, Harris.-
9, Johnson 2, McBride 13, C.
Walton 12. 3-pointers: -
Covington 4, C. Walton 4. Free
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