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Union Count2


USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, July 28, 2011


99th Year -13th Issue 75 CENTS


Serious crime rate increases, but UCSO 3rd on clearance


UC's crime
clearance rates
ranked 3rd in state

BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

According to the Florida De-
partment of Law Enforcement's
Uniform Crime Report dated


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Area


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Population


April 15, Union County had a
total of 197 index offenses dur-
ing 2010, an increase of nearly
23 percent over the previous
year. Index crimes are those that
are reported to FDLE separately
due to their serious nature. Index
crimes do not include all inci-
dents of criminal activity report-
ed in the county.
Although there was an in-
crease in the index crime -rate,
the Union County Sheriffs Of-


fice (UCSO) was listed as hav- law enforcement. A clearance during 2009 was 605 versus the
ing the third highest clearance rate is determined by dividing 565 arrests made in 2010.
rate in the state-meaning that the number of crimes that are Of the 197 index crimes report-
although there was an increase solved (either by a charge being ed in Union County, 54.3 percent
in serious incidents, UCSO re- made, an arrest, or by recovery of of them were solved. According
solved a high percentage of those stolen items) by the total number to a statewide county report on
incidents through arrest or some of crimes recorded in a calendar annual crime, that ranks Union
other means. year. County third. The state average
Index offenses are specifically The total number of residents clearance rate is 24.7 percent.
the crimes of murder, sexual of- in Union County was 15,823 in Baker County beat out Union
senses, robbery, aggravated as- 2010, an increase of 1.6 percent with a clearance rate of 54.6 per-
sault, burglary, larceny and mo- over the previous year. The total, cent and Jefferson County took
tor vehicle theft as reported to number of arrests in the county first place with a clearance rate


Aggravated
Murder Rape Robbery Assault


Burglary Larceny


Vehicle
Theft


Index Crime
Total


Clearance
Rate


Florida 18,771,768 987 5,369 26,974 69,476 169,000 458,179 41,433 770,518 24.7%
Union 15,823 0 2 1 52 73 66 3 197 54%
Alachua 255,692 12 130 298 1,093 2,297 6,387 493 10,766 29.9%
Baker 25,953 0 12 7 39 51 272 13, 394 54.6%
Bradford 28,636 1 8 11 63 191 395 14 683 49.3%
Clay 187,278 9 112 117 578 906 3,222 162 5,206 41.3%
Columbia 67,303 3 34 40 298 561 1,408 84 2,428 32%


Gilchrist


17,708


0


11


174


36.8%


of 56.2 percent, the highest in the
state.
There were no murders report-
ed in Union County in 2010, a
50-percent decrease in the num-
ber of rapes and robberies, and
a 75 percent decrease' in vehicle
theft over the course of 2010, the
lowest it"s ever been in the last
10 years.
The increase in index offenses-
See CRIME page 2A

Starke

bicyclist

injured in

crash
A Starke bicyclist was criti-
cally injured in a Tuesday morn-
ing crash on S.R. 16 in Bradford
County.
According to the report pre-
pared by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper J. Barry, a 2007 Toyota
Corolla being driven by Saman-
tlha Hodges, 27, of Waldo was
traveling eastbound on S.R. 16
near the.intersection with Market
Road at about 10 a.m.
Dennis Lockridge, 53, of
Starke was riding a Huffy bi-
cycle eastbound on the paved
shoulder of the road. The vehicle
drifted out of the travel lane and
onto the paved shoulder, striking
the bicycle from the rear.
Lockridge was thrown into
the ditch and was listed in criti-
cal condition at Shands UF as of
Tuesday evening.
Charges are pending investi-
gation.


No injuries when RMC van catches fire during transport Dpt
BY TAMMY WILKERSON ing for help. Within five minutes D p t
Tithes Editor of the call, both the Union Coun-
ti Sheriffs~ Office and the U nion A Department i. :~. -COllapses


A transport van owned by the County Fire Department were on
Department of Corrections unex- the scene. According to the report
pectedly caught fire on S.R. 121 filed by Union County Sheriffs
in Raiford on the evening of July Office Deputy Mindy Goodwin,
18. the van was fully engulfed..
Two correctional officers
with the Reception and Medical Lovett was then transferred to
-Center (RMC), Officer Angela a replacement van and Officers
Stephens and Office? Kenneth Dupree and Stephens proceeded
Dupree, were in the process of to Jacksonville Memorial Hospi-
transporting one inmate, Frank tal. The inmate remained in the
Lovett, from RMC to Jackson- officers' custody throughout.
ville Memorial Hospital when According to a report autho-
one of the officers noticed smoke rized by Union County .Fire
coming from the hood of the ve- Chief Mitch Andrews, the cause
hicle. of the fire is under investigation.
Dupree was able to get the ve- There were no injuries reported
hicle safely to the edge of road and damage to the vehicle was
and get everyone out before call- approximately $5,000.


Execution set at FSP Aug.


A 61-year-old inmate that
has spent the last 33 years of
his life on death row at Union
Correctional Institution in Rai-
ford, is set to die by lethal in-
jection at F-lorida State Prison
on Tuesday, Aug. 2, if all goes
as planned.
Manuel Valle was convicted


and sentenced to death for the
1978 murder of a 41-year-old
Coral Gables Police Depart-
ment officer. The death was
a result of Officer Luis Pena
pulling Valle over for a traffic
violation. When Pena initiated
a vehicle 'registration check,
Valle, afraid. that the officer


of Corrections ,-: tB.fr
van caught fireBradford
ant irarl a. Bradfor


anu uIrneIg
to the ground
during a routine
transport of one
inmate on the
evening of July
18. The cause of
the fire is under
investigation.
No injuries were
reported.


2, 1st warrant signed by Gov. Scott


would real-
ize the car
was stolen;
opened fire,
killing Pena
and eventu-
ally leaving
the scene.
Valle was


Valle


apprehended two days later in
Deerfield Beach.

On June 30, Gov. Rick Scott
signed, the first death warrant
since he took office in January.
If the execution is carried out


State of Florida since February
of 2010, making him the 70th
convicted felon executed since
the state restored the death pen-
alty in 1979.

Valle is scheduled to be ex-


as scheduled, Valle -would be ecuted by lethal injection at 6
the first person executed in the p.m. on Aug. 2.


Woman conspires with inmate at local prison to defraud IRS


Jacqueline Ferreira, 40, of to defraud the U.S. by submitting
Pasco County, pleaded guilty last as many as 350 fraudulent tax
month to one count of conspiring returns with the goal of securing
to defraud the United States. Fer- tax refunds to which they were
reira allegedly. conspired with an not entitled.
inmate at the Union Correctional According to a press release
Institution in Raiford, and others, from the U.S. Department of Jus-


tice, Ferreira pled guilty pursuant sentence of 10 years in federal fake returns that were prepared
to a plea agreement and waived prison, and filed by herself, the inmate,
indictment. In the agreement, As part of the conspiracy, Fer- and others.
*Ferreira admits that the fraudu- reira opened and utilized at least Once the funds were received,
lent behavior began in January 10 different bank accounts, in Ferreira would share a prear-
2007 and continued through June the Tampa Bay area, which were
2009. She faces a maximum used to receive deposits from the See FRAUD page 2A


RMC K-9 team chases down fleeing Alachua County suspect


BY NIKKITRIA SHAW Reception and Medical Center 9 team, consisting of Lt. C.B. the suspect fled his vehicle.
Special to the Times (RMC) to track a suspect who Dukes, Sgt. Bobby Adams, With the assistance of K-9
had fled from a traffic stop in Officer Richard Shuler and Patriot, Sgt. Adams established
On July 17, the Alachua the City of Alachua, injuring a Officer Weston Gaultney, a track, leaving the scene headed
Police Department requested deputy with his vehicle when he departed the institution en route in a northerly direction. After
assistance frbm the Department fled. to N.W. 218 Ave. in Alachua tracking for approximately
of Corrections' K-9 Unit at At 5:40 p.m. the RMC K- County, the location from which 1.5 miles north, the track


seemed to end at a residence
in Brooker. Law enforcement
staff approached the home and
questioned the homeo\vner. The
homeowner was in the process

See FLEE page 2A


courthouse
A deputy working for the
Bradford County Sheriffs Of-
fice, manning the metal detector
at the entrance of the Bradford
County Courthouse, collapsed
from an apparent heart attack at
12:20 p.m. Tuesday.

Two of his co-workers were
present and immediately called
for help. A few moments later,
BCSO Sgt. George Konkel ar-
rived and used an Automated Ex-
ternal Defibrillator (AED) on the
fallen deputy. A short time later,
he was stabilized and transported
to a hospital in Gainesville.
According to BCSO Capt.
Brad Smith, the deputy's condi-
tion was still being assessed as of
press time. Smith said his doctors
said the use of the AED was the
single most important factor that
kept him alive prior to arrival at
the hospital.

The name of the deputy is be-
ing withheld due to HIPPA con-
cerns and- his location is being
withheld due to concerns related
to the safety of a law enforce-
ment officer.

Since taking office, Sheriff
Gordon Smith has worked closely
with the Bradford County Health
Department to secure a grant to
purchase numerous AEDs for his
patrol officers, communications
center and the jail.

After this incident, Smith said,
"I knew the importance of hav-
ing these incredible lifesaving in-
struments available to the public.
I am truly thankful to have one
readily available today to help
save the life of one of our own
BCSO family members. May
God bless him and his family
during this difficult time."


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication


* Phone (386) 496-2261


* Fax (386) 496-2858


L -ties widsream at


6 89076 63869 2


Union County's Uniform Crime Report

While the rate of serious criminal incidents rose in Union County during 2010, UCSO also
charted the third highest clearance rate in the state-meaning that a higher percentage of those
serious incidents were resolved, either by an arrest, recovery of stolen items or in some other
fashion. Also bear in mind a small increase in the number of offenses in a smaller county can
result in a high percentage of increase, For example, the number of Union County larcenies in
2009 was 59. Only seven more were reported in 2010, for a total of 66. However, those seven
additional larcenies constituted a 12-percent increase in larceny incidents for the county.

Index Crime-Serious Offenses Only-2010









2A Union County Times Thursday, July 28, 2011


ii


LC college
schedules
new student
orientation
*Florida Gateway College,
in Lake City, will host its fall
new student orientation on
Thursday, July 28, in the Levy
Performing Arts Center. The
annual event will take place
from 9-11 a.m.
Recently admitted and/or re-
admitted students are invited
to attend the event, which will
give them the opportunity to
meet faculty and staff, learn
about being a student at FGC,
take a campus tour, meet other
students and more. Orienta-
tion will provide information
about campus resources and
information significant to a
student's success at FGC.
Students who have not pre-
viously attended a new stu-
dent orientation session are
encouraged to bring parents,
guardians or others who have
supported their educational en-
deavors.
Those who would like to
RSVP for the event or like
more information can contact
the FGC Recruiter's office at
386-754-4246. The applica-
tion deadline for the fall se-
mester is Tuesday, Aug. 16.
Those interested in applying
can do so by calling 386-754-
4396.

Class of 1954

schedules
reunion
The Union County High
School Class of 1954 will hold
a class reunion on Saturday,
Aug. 13, at the Worthington
Springs Airport Clubhouse be-
ginning at 12 p.m.
There will be a potluck din-
ner and the dress is casual. If
you are interested in attending,
please call 386-496-2777 and'
leave your name and phone
number.

4-H auction
set Aug. 19
The Union County 4-H will
be hosting a fundraising auc-
tion and dinner on Friday,
Aug. 19, at the Lake Butler
Community Center beginning
at 6 p.m.

New and slightly used items
are now being accepted for the
auction. For $6, the dinner
will include a choice of Boston
butt or chicken and-rice, green
beans, coleslaw, roll, dessert
and a drink.

The event will include both
a silent and open auction and
is the only fundraising event
that 4-H holds. All proceeds
-benefit the Union County 4-H
,program.
For more information, or to
make a donation, please con-
tact Colan Coody at 386-496-
2321.


386-755-4.


WortI~

~7 Notin


FRAUD
Continued from Page 1A
ranged percentage, usually 50
percent, with the inmate and oth-
er conspirators. With the illegal
proceeds, Ferreira purchased ve-
hicles, furniture and other vari-
ous items.
Of the more than $3 million
worth of fraudulent tax returns
filed, only a small portion were
successful in generating a tax re-
fund from the IRS. Through this
scheme, Ferreira's bank accounts
received approximately $445,000
in actual'tax refunds paid.
The case was investigated by
the IRS and the" Florida 'Depart-
ment'of Corrections. -It is-being
prosecuted by Asst. U.S. Attor-
ney John M. Guard.


FLEE
Continued from Page 1A


of denying knowledge of the
subject when Lt. Dukes observed'
the subject exit the home through
a window toward the rear of the
residence. Law enforcement
staff was notified .and the subject
was taken into .custody without
further incident.
The K-9 team-was accompanied
by' members of the Alachua
County Sheriff's Office, Officer
Brian Ritter and OfficerAJ.Tyre.
Baker Correctional Institution's
K-9 teahn also assisted.
."K-9 staff did an outstanding
job tracking through heavy
contamination and ultimately
locating the subject," said RMC
Warden Brian Riedl. "We're
hopeful the deputy's injuries
were not severe."


Got a story?
Call 386-496-2261


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BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor
The newest members of the
Worthington Springs Town
Council will be officially sworn
in at the regularly scheduled
meeting that will take place on
TuesdayA,-Ag..2,atE7:30 p.m.
The event, which will be held
at the Worthington Springs Com-
munity Center, will mark the be-
ginning terrps for Mayor-Elect
Shane Massey, and Town Coun-
cil Members Betty Elixson (Seat
#2) and Pam Williams (Seat #4).
The City of Worthington


Webster
family

reunion
planned
The family of the late Sheard
and Huldah Webster will be host-
ing a weekend family reunion
beginning on Friday, July 29.

The fish fry -will be held on


CRIME
Continued from Page 1A
was seen mostly in the areas of
aggravated assault, burglary and
larceny. The number of aggra-
vated assaults increased from the
25 reported in the previous year
to 44 reported in 2010. In addi-
tion, the number of burglaries
rose by 22 offenses with a total in
2010 of 73 and larceny increased
by seven offenses with a final
count of 66.
Of the 565 individuals ar-
rested in 2010, at least 529 of
them were adults and 36 were
juveniles. There were 55 vio-
lent crimes and 142 nonviolent
crimes. Violent crimes are de-
fined as murder, sexual offenses,
robbery and aggravated assault
charges. Nonviolent crimes are
defined as burglary, larceny and
motor vehicle thefts.
When these figures are com-
pared to the six counties sur-
rounding Union, this county has
the second lowest number of
violent crimes reported. Gilchrist
County had the lowest at '174.
Preliminary semi-annual sta-
tistics for the 2011 year show a
dramatic decrease in crime, thus
far. From Jan. I-June 30, there,
were a total of 14 aggravated as-
saults in Union County, and only
11 burglaries. There have been
no murders and no rapes reported
thus far. However, the tptal num-
ber of vehicle thefts currently
stands at four.
UCSO spokesperson Lt. Lyn


Springs initially intended on
hosting an election on July 19,
however, with only three candi-
dates running for the three open
seats it made no sense to hold a
costly election.

The town council of Worthing-
ton Springs. meets_-on-the, -first
Tuesday of every month at-7:30
p.m. at the Worthington Springs
Community Center located at
S.R. 121 in Worthington. All
meetings are open to the public.
Look for more information re-
garding the new council mem-
bers in next week's edition.


July 29, beginning at 6 p.m., at
Little Rainbows Daycare, locat-
ed at 255 S.E. 6"' Ave. in Lake
Butler.
The reunion will take place on
Saturday, July 30, beginning at
12 p.m. at the Lakeside Commu-
nity Center.

I All family and friends are in-
vited. For more information,
please contact Mary Bristow at
386-496-3846.


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mation you need to aid law en-
forcement in its recovery.
These detailed Uniform Crime
Reports are available for pub-
lic viewing by logging onto the
FDLE's website. Reports are
available for every county within
- the State of Florida and are bro-
ken down into several different
categories. For more informa-
tion, or to view the reports, please
visit www.FDLE.state.fl.us. The
reports are located under Crime
Stats link in Tips & Info.


Sheriff Jerry Whitehead said,
"It is important to report any
criminal or suspicious behavior
to our office. Our goal is to keep
everyone safe and keep Union
County a great place to live and
work". If you have informa-
tion regarding a crime in Union
County, you are urged to contact
UCSO at 386-496-2501 or you
may remain anonymous and send
a crime tip at www.unionsheriff.
us or First Coast Crime Stoppers
at 866-845-TIPS (8477).


A good book is the precious life-blood of the master
spirit embalmed and treasured upon, purpose for a
life beyond.
John Milton
1608-1674, British Poet


(386 496-0499


Williams noted that UCSO takes
a very proactive approach to
crime in Union County by or-
ganizing neighborhood watches,
crime prevention education and
constant patrols. "Every crime
is important to us here at the
sheriffs office and we take the
time to investigate them all," said
Williams.
He said there are a few ways
that you can help protect the
things that are precious to you and
your family. Just as you would


UC youth experience great outdoors at camp...
On July 5, 28 Union County youth departed for Camp Cherry Lake in north Madison County. They spent
three days learning and enjoying the great outdoors. Youth from Union County have been going to Camp
Cherry Lake since 1921. According to camper Deana Parrish, "Camp Cherry Lake is a place you get to meet
new friends and renew old friendships." Pictured are, (front row, I-r) Hunter Davis, Timber Underhill, Ericka
Faulkner, Mackenzie Davidson, Jessica Howard, Marcus Howard, Shands Howard, Luke Crawford, Rhett
Crawford, Gavin Dukes, Landon Crawford, John Grant Tallman and Noah Tallman. (Back row, I-r) 4-H Program
Director Colan Coody, Ashley Harris, Erin Stidham, Brooke Waters, Sarah Owen, Teala Howard, Kyler Herndon,
Cassie Tomlinson, Katie Tomlinson Serena Roberts, Lane Underhill, Noah Wright. Whitt Thomas, Case
Emerson, Dalton Flanders and Griffin Whiteley.


Worthington


council members


to be sworn in


"I Plan on Living a Long Time"
There are people in the world we live in today that make
statements like the above. Some of these people fail to prepare
for eternity because they are planning on living a long time and
presume they will have the opportunity to make preparations at a
later date. However, one cannot be certain that they will live a
long time, "For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears
for a little time and then vanishes away" (James 4:14). As we
look around us, we see people who die young and it is
presumptuous to think we are guaranteed a long life. Since one
is not guaranteed a long life we must prepare now before we die
for, "it is appointed for men to die once, but after this the
judgment"(Hebrews 9:27).
If you would like to learn more about what one needs to do
to be prepared for judgment and the life to come, feel free to
contact us for a Bible Study or visit us.
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sun.


CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT
386-496-1878
235 SW 4th Avenue Lake Butler, FL 32054
sandratyre@windstream.net


lock your house when you're
not home, make sure that vehicle
doors are locked and never leave
valuables in plain sight.
Take pictures and write down
make, model and serial numbers
of everything you own of value.
'This advice can be used to pro-
tect anything from firearms, ste-
reos and computers to fishing
equipmefit, lawn equipment, cell
phones, ATVs and power tools.
In the event that something is
stolen, you'll have all the infor-


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Thursday, July 28, 2011 Union County Times 3A



Life expectancy for Union County males declines


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

According to a recent na-
tionwide study conducted by
the University. of Washington,
some males, particularly in
six counties, within the United


States, are now dying younger
than they did 20 years ago.
Union County is one of those
six.

In the report, which is broken
down by states and counties,
Union County men in 1987,


lived to an average age of 68.6
years. By 2007, that number
had dropped to 68.1 years, a
change. of approximately six
months.

Union County ,tied neigh-
boring Baker County for the


shortest male life span in the
State of Florida. Taking the top
spot, nationwide, was La Paz
County, Ariz., with a decline of
nearly 13 months over the past
20 years. Other counties named
were Pike County, Ken., Walk-
er County, Ala., and Grundy


County, Tenn.
Union County females, on the
other hand, suffered no changes
to their life expectancy over the
last 20 years, according to the
report. Their life expectancy re-
mained the same at 77.7 years.
Surprisingly, more than 160


Men in Union CountyHave Shorter Lifespans


Change in


Acco riding to a recent
by the University of
Washington, Union
and Baker counties
tied for the shortest
y the Uv et of



graph shows other
counties, nationwide,
with significant data
such as the county
with the highest life
expectancy average
and the countyies
with the,showest.
with the, lowest. ,


Change in


Area 1987-Males 1987-Females 2007-Males 2007-Females Males Females
Union 68.6 yrs 77.7 yrs 68.1 yrs 77.7 yrs -0.5 0
Baker 68.6 77.7. 68.1 77.7 -0.5 0
Grundy, Tenn. 69.1 77.7 68.8 68.8 -0.3 0.2
Walker, Ala. 68.7 77.8 68.3 77.9 -0.4 -1.9
Pike, Ken. 69 77.1 68.7 77.1 -0.9. -0.5
La Paz, Ariz. 75 80.9 73.9 81 -1.1 0.1
Sunflower, Miss. 66.4 75.5 67.1 73.6 0.7" -1.9
Collier 72.6 80.3 80.2 86 7.6 5.7
Fairfax, Va. 75.4 80.1 81.1 83.8 5.7 3.7


Holmes, MISS.


64.6b


74.4


J73.o


1.3


U.S. counties saw a decrease in
the life expectancy of females.
. Two counties tied for last
with the largest decline"in life
expectancy in females. Walker
County, Ala., and Sunflower
County, Miss., both suffered
a 21-month decrease over the

past 20 years.
The national average life
span for males in 1987 was 71.3
years. That average in 2007
inched up to 75.6 years. The
national average for females in
1987 was 78.4 years. In 2007,
the average woman lived to:the
ripe old age of 80.8 years.

According to the statistics
found in the report, the county
with 1he highest average. life
span for, females was Coll-ier
County in Florida. The life
span averaged 86 years in,2007.
The best for males was Fairfax
County, Va. Their average life
span in 2007 was 81.1 years.
The county with the shortest
average life span in 2007 was
Holmes County, Miss., for both
males and females. Males lived
an average of 65.9 years andTe-
males lived for 73.5.


Legislation causes fees for UC Adult School to change


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor


Recent Florida Statutes have
mandated that, as of July 1, all
adult education students must
now pay a tuition or fee for Adult
Basic Education (ABE) and Gen-
eral Educational Development
(GED) preparation classes. In
addition, all new'students are re-
quired to.show proof of Florida
residency for the previous 12
- months.
However, this rule does not
apply to those students previ-
ously enrolled. If residency doc-
umentation cannot be provided,'
students will be required.t6 pay
an additional $135 fee for non-,
residenc% enrollment

The Union County Adult
School (UGAS) offers ABE and,


and evening classes beginning on
Monday, Aug. 22.
Classes are designed so that
each student can receive indi-
vidualized instruction. Classes,
are held at the UCAS building
(formally the Outpost), located
at 208 S.E. 6th St. in Lake Butler,
on Monday and Thursdays from
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 6-9.
p.m.
The tuition amount is $45 per
semester and includes all materi-
als needed with the exception of
the GED test. The fee to take the.
GED test is $70 for the full test or
$14 for each individual portion
of the test with thp exception of'
the writing test, which runs $16.
The GED rest acItually consists
of five tests: reading, w writing,
mathematics, science and social
studies;,
The GED requirements forstu-.


GED preparation classes fort dents age 18 or older are: proof
adults wishing to improve their' of 12-month Florida residency.v
literacy and mathematical skills pre-registration, a %alid Florida
before taking the GED tests. picture identification and all fees


This year, for the very first time,
UCAS will' be offering both day


VFW regular
monthly
meeting dates
The regular monthly meet-
ings of-Lake Butler VFW Post.
#10082 are as follows: the men's
auxiliary meets on the first Mon-
day of each month, the ladies'
auxiliary meets on the second
Monday of every month and the


paid in advance.
The GED requirements for stu-


Wednesday of the month at 12
p.m. at Carter's Fried Chicken
in Lake Butler. The Lions Club
is a service organization that fo-
cuses on eyesight needs locally
and internationally. If you are.
interested in joining-the club, or
attending a meeting, please stop
by to see.President Kenneth Par-
rish or call him at 386-496-3629
for more information.


dents ages 1.6-17 are: a birth cer-
tificate, proof of I2-month Flor-
ida residency. pre-registration, a
valid Florida picture identifica-
tion, all fees paid in advance, pa-
rental permission, a withdrawal
form from the last school at-
tended, an age %%ai\er from the
Union Count) School Board
superintendent, and attendance
in the adult education course for
not less than one month prior to
taking the GED test. In addition.
students must score at least 2250'
on the GED Predictive test,prior
to taking the GED.

The Test of Adult Basic Edu-
cation (TABE) is administered
free of charge to all students %h ho
eriroll for classes. 'Noni-students;
may pa\ a fee of $20 if the\ need
to take the test for entry into a
program or job. The TABE' test
sessions are conducted on Moi-
da\ and Thursday evenings be-
ginning at 6 p.m.. with a sched-
uled appointment.


ida Career Pathways Network
(FCPN), A career pathway is a
series of connected education
and training programs and stu-
dent support services that enable.
individuals to secure a job or ad-
vance in. a demand industry or
occupation.

The purpose of the FCPN is
to ease students' transition from
graduation to a technical school,
such as Bradford-Union Area Ca-
reer Technical Center in Starke,
or to an accredited college such
as Florida Gateway College :in
Lake City.
According to the National
Center for Education Statistics,
as of,2009; 8A- -percent of 16- to,
24-3 ear-olds in the United States,
are not enrolled in school and
Shave not earned a high school
credential (diploma or GED).
Having a high school creden-
tial can help graduates land po-
sitions other than low paying or
entry-level jobs that provide little


As an added bonus, UCAS opportunity for career advance-
has recently partnered with Flor- ment. Those with a diploma


ing up a 'schedule or attending
school for the upcoming ear.
For more information regard-
ing the immunization, please call
the Union County Health Depart-
ment at 386-496-3211.

CORRECTION!
Selenth-grade student. Sidney'
Estes, was inadvertentlyv left off
of the list of all Lake Butler Ele-'


veterans' meeting is held the first mental and Lake Butler Middle
Tuesday of the month. Bingo is v ". in School students earning straight
every Thursday evening at7 pm.', free 7th grade ,s for the2010-2011 school ear
For more information, please call i i hat ran in the Julr 21 issue.
386-496-3263. im m unizations .
The Union County Health De- e e for an. nconve.
LB Lions Club apartment, locatedat495.E. Main nience this may have caused.
LB Liohs CuU St., is offering free TDaP immu-
m eets twice a .nizations to studerits entering the PVB Church
-* ." seventh grade. ., -..,. ,":.:. -.
month ,g to hold VBS
The Lake Butler Lions Club Students must show proof of. roidence Village Batist
meets on the first and third this immunization prior to pick- Church.located at4504 W.S.R.


PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

:The Suwanneee River Economic Council, Inc. will hold an election for a Union County
Representative of the poor. The representative need not be poor, but must be chosen in a manner to
insure that they represent the poor. To be elected, an individual must be-at least 18 years of age and
a resident of Union County. Individuals interested in having their names placed on the ballot should
contact Rose Milton at 496-2342 no. later than August 4, 2011.

The election will be held on August 8 12, 2011, in the Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc.'s
(SREC) office located at: 655 'SE 4th Street, Lake Butler, Flqrida 32054. Listed below are the
general duties of SREC, Inc. Board Members:

1. Sets major organizational, personnel, fiscal and program policies
2. Determines overall program plans and priorities and evaluation of performance
3. Final approval of all program proposals.
.4. Enforcement of compliance with all conditions of State, Federal,.and Local grants.

- The terms of office as a SREC, Inc. Board member will be five (5) years (201-1-2016).

SThe SREC, Inc. Board of Directors meet quarterly in Live Oak, Florida.

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The event is open to children
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UC Public Library receives grant to purchases new books


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

Using funds from the Wal-
Mart Foundation Grant, the
Union County Public Library
recently purchased 10 new books
for its children's and young adult
collection.
The funds were made pos-
sible through the accumulated
volunteer hours of Wal-Mart As-
sociate John Gilroy. Gilroy has
volunteered dozens of hours at
the library working on a variety
of maintenance jobs including


brickwork, fence repair, cleaning
and landscaping. Library Direc-
tor Mary Brown said, "We are
very appreciative of John Gilroy
and the Wal-Mart Foundation for
all they do to help the library and
our community."
The books that were purchased
include: "Wicked," "Dragon
Kiss," "Sabotaged," "Sent,"
"Once Upon a Curse," "Junie B.
Jones is Not a Crook," "Junie B.
Jones has a Monster Under Her
Bed," "Parts," "More Parts,"
"Even More Parts" and "Green
Wilma."


Make time to fight

cancer... even in summer.


BY MELODY COARSEY
Special to the Times

During the summer we spend
lots of time outside with our fam-
ilies. At the park, in the pool or at
the beach, we are outside in the'
sun having family fun. For this
reason, the American Cancer So-
ciety focuses on UV (ultraviolet)
safety during the month of July.
More than two million skin
cancers are diagnosed each year
in the United States. That's
more than cancers of the pros-
tate, breast, lung, colon, uterus,
ovaries and pancreas combined.
Most skin cancers are caused by
too much exposure to UV rays.
Much of this exposure comes
from the sun, but some comes
from manmade sources, such as
tanning beds. To better protect
yourself, follow these practical
steps.to stay safe in the sun:
Cover up
When you are out in the sun,
wear clothing to protect as much
skin as possible. Experts recom-
mend products with a sun protec-


tion factor (SPF) of at least 15.
The SPF number represents the
level of protection against UVB
rays provided by the sunscreen, a
higher number means more prd-
tection. Be sure to read the label
before you buy.
Don't forget to protect the
lips by using lip balm with SPF.
Don't skip these precautions just
because it looks overcast outside:
UV light still comes through on
hazy days.
Wear a hat
. Wearing a hat with at least a
two- to three-inch brim all around
is ideal to protect the neck, ears,
eyes, forehead, nose and scalp.
Wear sunglasses
Invest in a pair of wrap-around
sunglasses with at least 99 per-
cent UV absorption to block
damaging UVA and UVB light.
Limit direct sun exposure
UV rays are most intense dur-
ing the middle of the day, usu-
ally between the hours of 10 a.m.
and 4 p.m. It's best to plan your
outdoor activities outside of that
timeframe for maximum protec-


OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
ST 1 T CONTINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES
I ALEG r 33 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST
W FOR A DISTANCE OF 194.59 FEET
Il, TO A-FOUND 1/2" REBAR; THENCE
L- RUN-SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37
MINUTES 29.SECONDS EAST FOR
A DISTANCE OF 225.18 FEET TO
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE A FOUND 1/2' REBAR LOCATED AT
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOBF3 THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF A
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED
CIVIL DIVISION -:IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-000086 70, PAGE 111 OF THE PUBLIC
FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
Plaintiff, FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH
vs. 86 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 40
MARILYN RENAY MILLER A/K/A SECONDS WEST AND ALONG
MARILYN R. MILLER; RONALD THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A RONALD J. SAID DESCRIBED PARCEL FOR A
MILLER; UNKNOWN PERSONS) DISTANCE OF 193.98 FEET TO A
IN POSSESSION OF THE FOUND 1/2" REBAR LOCATED ON
SUBJECT PROPERTY; THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF'WAY
Defendants. LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO. S-229;
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
SALE 50 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
pursuant to a Final Judgment dated .OF WAY LINE FOR A DISTANCE
July 13, 2011, and entered in Case OF 235.43 FEET TO THE POINT OF
No. 63-2010-CA-000086, of the BEGINNING.
Circuit Court of the 8" Judicial Circuit A person claiming an interest in the
in and for UNION County, Florida. surplus from the sale, if any, other
FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC than the property owner as of the
is Plaintiff and MARILYN RENAY date of the lis pendens must file a
MILLER A/K/A MARILYN R. MILLER; claim within 60 days after the sale.
RONALD JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A Dated this 15day of July, 2011.
RONALD J. MILLER; UNKNOWN REGINAA. PARRISH
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION As Clerk of said Court
OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; By: Julia Croft
are defendants. I will sell to the As Deputy Clerk
highest and best bidder for cash In accordance with the Americans
IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF THE with Disabilities Act, if you are a
COURTHOUSE, AT 55 WEST MAIN person with a disability who needs any'
STREET, LAKE BUTLER, IN UNION accommodation.in order to participate
COUNTY, FLORIDA, at 11:00 a.m., in this proceedirtg, you are entitled, at
on the 18" day of August, 2011, the no cost to you, to provisions of certain
following described property as set assistance. Please contact the Court
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: Administrator at 55 West Main Street,
PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054,
THE NORTHEAST 1V OF THE Phone No. (352)374-3648 within 2
SOUTHEAST A OF SECTION 18, working days of your receipt of this
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21 notice or pleading; if you are hearing
EAST, IN THE TOWN OF RAIFORD, .impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
UNION- COUNTY, FLORIDA; if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE 955-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND NAIL
IN DISC LOCATED AT THE = i- 10.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE -- A R
NORTHEAST'AOFTHESOUTJEAST OVER 150 PROPERTIES V
1/ OF SAID SECTION 18 AND RUN To the Hhge.t Bt,'-r ';. MinnwrL,.
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THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY 5 AUCTION EVENTS Hancock Bank is Offering Property
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THEREOF FOR A DISTANCE OF opportunities to purchase prime real estate consistir
604.00 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE permanent residences or vacation homes,as wells esii
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 33 investmentproperties.Call ovisitwww.ipking.comfor
MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST FOR photos$idder seminars,onlinebidding and auctiondocu
A DISTANCE OF 34.37 FEET TO A proIty preview informationandauctionlocations. Br
FOUND 1/2" REBAR LOCATED ON P-
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF _U___PKI_ N _G
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY 805.
ROAD NO. S-229 FOR THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT A .JC9..,.-.


Using funds from a the Wal-Mart Foundation Grant, the Union County Public Library recently purchased 10 books
for its children's and young adult collection. The grant was made possible through the volunteer hours of Wal-Mart
Associate John Gilroy. The books that were purchased include: Wicked, Dragon Kiss, Sabotaged, Sent, Once Upon
a Curse, Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook, Junie B. Jones has a Monster Under Her Bed, Parts, More Parts, Even More
Parts and Green Wilma.


tion.
Avoid tanning bed
Tanning lamps give out UVA
and frequently UVB rays, and
both contribute to cancer. To
protect yourself, skip the tanning
bed and try a bronzing lotion or
self-tanning cream.
For more information, or if
you have any questions regarding
cancer visit the American Cancer
Society's website at www.can-
cer.org or call 800-ACS-2345.


VFW auxiliary

to host back

to school

bash
The Lake Butler VFW Ladies
Auxiliary will be hosting a back-
to-school bash on Saturday, Aug.


Services.)
Kahane & Associates, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Ste. 3000
Plantation, FL 33324
"7/21 2tchg 7/28-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2011-CA-0010
COUNTRY FEDERAL CREDIT
UNION,
A Florida Credit Union,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
JIMMIE THORNTON, deceased
and CAROLYN K. THORNTON, his
wife, and all unknown tenants and
unknown heirs of Jimmie Thornton
and Carolyn K. Thornton, his wife,
et al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the above
styled cause, in the Circuit Court of
Union County, Florida, I will sell the
property situate in Union County,
Florida, described as follows:
Parcel ID#09-05-21-00-000-0030-0
Commencing at the SW corner of the
SW 1/4 of the NW 1/ and run North
on land line 315. feet for POINT OF
BEGINNING, thence East 210 feet,
thence South 210 feet, thence West
210 feet to POINT OF BEGINNING,
being one acre, more or less, in the
SW 1/ of the NW 1/ of Section 9,
Township 5 South, Range 21 East.
at public sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash, ht the front door of
the Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida at 11:00 a.m. on
Thursday, August 11, 2011.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 131" day of July,
2011.
REGINA H. PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
7/21 2tchg 7/28-UCT


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contact UCHS at 386-496-3040
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Lake Butler hosting triathlons, duathlons Sunday


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

On 'Sunday, July 31, the City
of Late Butler will play host to
two triathlons and two duathlons.
Each category will have a short
division starting at 30 miles, and


an intermediate division that is as
much as 55 miles.-Each race will
include a length of biking and
running and the triathlon will add
swimming.
Registrations are being accept-
ed now and range in price from
$25 to $200\ depending on the


race and the time of registration.
The earlier you register, the more
you save.
Custom aWards will be given
to the top three in all events and
divisions and there will be ad-
ditional awards for the overall
fastest swim, bike and run splits,


in'the short and intermediate dis- athletes and a guest % ill be 'treat-
tance triathlons., ed to a free pasta dinner during
this time. Those who did not pre-
Pre-registered athletes may register may register in person at
pick up their registration packets, this time, however, there will be
which will include a T-shirt, on no guarantee of a T-shirt.
Saturday, July 30, from 4-6 p.m. Both events are open to any-
at Lakeside Park. In addition, the one, with age divisions ranging


from 14 and under to 8Q 'and
over.

For more information regard-
ing routes, fees, or registration,
please visit www.stateofmind-
sports.com and click on the
"events" tab.


Getting ready to go back...


school info for parents


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

The first day of classes for the
new school year will begin on
Thursday, Aug. 25.
UCHS locker and parking
space selection
Locker rentals are $5 and park-
ing decals are $10, cash only. No
checks will be accepted.
Parking decals must be pur-
chased in person since there is
paperwork that must be signed.
To purchase a decal, students
must provide their driver's li-
cense, registration and proof of
automobile insurance.-


Seniors may come in to make
their locker and parking space
selections on Monday, Aug. 8.
Juniors may come in on Tuesday,
Aug. 9. Sophomores may inake
their selections on Wednesday,
Aug'. 10, and freshman may make
theirs on-Thursday, Aug. 11.

All lockers and parking spaces
are on a first-come, first-choice
basis and will be sold between
the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. in
the UCHS.media center. Please
enter through the media cen-
ter doors facing the front of the
school.
For more information, please


contact UCHS at 386-496-3040.
UCHS orientation nights
On Monday, Aug. 15, UCHS,
will be hosting an orientation
night for grades 10-12, beginning.
at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.

Ninth grade students will have
their orientation night on Tues-
day, Aug. 16, beginning at,6:30
p.m. in the auditorium.

Discussions % ill include police.
and procedural changes, the ne w
bell schedule, student schedules
and other information that % ill
be of interest to the students and
their parents or guardians


LBMS parent nights
Lake: Butler Middle School's
parent night for .fifth and sixth
graders is scheduled for Monday,'
Aug. 22. at 6 p:m.
Parent night for seenth- and
eighth-grade students Tuesda)y,
Aug. 23, at 6 p.m. Schedules will
be handed out at the beginning of
parent night.
Please note that seventh-grade
swdents %ho ha\ e not turned in
'the state-required proof of the
TDAP immunization will not be
allowed to pick up their sched-
ules.
This proof must be submitted
to the school office prior to the


first day of school or the student
will not be allowed to attend
classes.
A complete list of suggested
school supplies are posted on the
school's website at www.union.
kl2.fl.us/LBMS.,
You can also drop by the
school and pick up a copy of your
child's suggested supply list.
For more information plans, e
contact LBMS at 386-496-3046.

LBES teacher
assignments, supply lists
Beginning on Friday, Aug. 19,
parents can stop by Lake But-
ler Elementary School to find


out. which :classroom teacher'
your child has been assigned to.
Classroom assignments will be:
posted along the glass windows:
of the LBES cafeteria.
A complete list of suggested
school supplies is posted on the'
school's website at www.union,.
kl2.fl.us/LBES.
You can also drop by the
school and pick up a copy of your.
child's suggested supply list.
Information regarding dates
for grade'level open house nights
will be sefit home during the first
week of school.
For more information, please:
contact LBES at 386-496-3047.


Modern
Woodmen helps
send military
kids to camp

BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

The Modem Woodman of
America, with a local office in
Lake Butler, recently announced
a donation of $30,000 to send
military kids to summer camp.
More than 2,000 Mddem Wood-
men volunteers assisted with
fundraising, collecting nearly
$19,000 for their effort.
Modem Woodman donated an
additional $11,000 for a total of
$30,000 to the national organiza-
tion.
The National Military Family
Association launched Operation
Purple camps in 70 locations
across the nation. At camp, chil-
dren of deployed military parents
come together to make friends,
and experience the great out-
doors.
As a tax-exenmpt fraternal ben-
efit society, Modem Woodmen
sells life insurance, annuity and
investment products not to ben-
efit stockholders but to impro\ e
the quality if life of its.stockhold-
ers, members, their families and
their communities. This is ac-
complished through s.oc ial. char-
itable and volunteer actit ities.
Annually, Modem Woodmen
and its members pro\ ide more
than $23 million and one million
volunteer hours for community
projects nationwide.
For more information about
Modem Woodmen of Lake But-
ler, contact Robert "Lee" Webb
Jr. at 352-318-2334 or Robert.
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UCSB schedules
sub orientation
,The Union County School
Board has scheduled the annual
substitute teacher orientation for
Thursday, Aug. 4, from 9 a.m.
through 2:30 p.m. at the adult
education building (previously
the Outpost) next to the tennis
courts.
Attendance at this workshop
is required in addition to a high
school diplomaor GED in order
to qualify as a substitute teacher


for the 2011-2012 school year.
Registration is required and
should be completed no later
than Tuesday, Aug. 2. For more
information, or to register, please
contact Pam Pittman at 386-496-
2045, ext. 230.

Woodmen
schedule family
fun day
The Modern Woodmen Fra-
ternal Financial organization has
scheduled a Family Fun Da\ on
Saturday. Jul\ 30, from 10 a.m.-
3 p.m. at Lakeside Park in Lake
Butler.
Admission to the fun day is
$2 for adults and $1 for children
ages 13 and tuider. Activities will
include games, a bounce house.
waterslide, door prizes, food, and
more.
For more information, : please
contact Sabrina Roberts, Modern
Woodmen -activities coordinator
at 904-964-3.375... ...............

UCPL hosts
morning movie
The Union Countr Public Li-
brary A% ill be hosting a PG-rated,.
family comedy movie on Friday,
July 29, at 11 a.m.,
The e% ent. sponsored b) Video
Express of Lake Butler. is free to
:the public. Free popcorn will be
distributed. The library is located
at 250 S E. 5'" A\e. For more in-
formation, please call 386-496-
3432.

FCCD plans
Swamp Stomp
The Florida Council on Crime
and Delinquenc6. Chapter Vj
presents the first annual law
enforcement appreciation bash
Swamp Stomp.
Held at the National Guard
Armory in Starke, the eent will
feature a loi-country seafood
boil, Cajun feast with all the
trimmings, barbecue pork. door
prizes, music and dancing. Ser-
vice awards for the 2010-2011
year will be presented. ,
The Swamp Stomp is sched-
uled for Friday, July 29, from
7:30 'p.m. to midnight. Appropri-
ate casual dress is requested.
Tickets are available for a $40
donation. Tickets ma\ be pur-


chased by contacting Christina
Crews at 386-496-6364,- Carol
Starling at 904-966-6915, Lisa
Klein. at 386-719-4547, Mary
Ta Ilor at 904-368-3209, or Deb-
bie Forsyth at 904-368-3022.

BCDUI
checkpoint
locations set
The Bradford County Sher-
iffs Office will be conducting
DLI Safety Checkpoints in one
or more of the following loca-
tions within the county during


the month of July: U.S. 301,
S.R. 16, S.R. 100, C.R. 225,
C.R. 230, S.R. 21, Southeast
'8th Avenue, Southeast 144th
Street, Market Road or Colley
Road.

The Bradford County Sher-
iff's Office is committed to the
safety\ of motorists and appreci-
4te-s the support given in such
attvities. It is the agency's
hope that these operations will
reduce those killed or injured
by impaired drivers within our
county.


Summertime is the
time to-give blood
Summer; when school- is
out and families hit the road
for vacations, is a time when
donors are in short supply, but
the need for blood is as strong,
as ever. The bloodmobile will'
be at Walmart on U.S. 301. in
Starke on Friday, July 29, and
Saturday, July 30. Blood drive".
hours are between 10 a.m. and
6 p.m. each day.
Roll up your sleeve this
summer. LifeSouth really\
needs your help. Donors must


be 17 or older, or 16 with pa-
rental consent, weigh a mini-
mum of 1,10 pounds~ and be.
in good health. A photo ID is,
also required. Sixteen-year-:
old donors must have signed:
parental consent.
All 'h o donate will re-
ceile a recognition item and
a complinentarn cholesterol
screening. Hot dogs and soda
will be served. For more in-
formation about becoming a;
donor or about blood drives
in our area, call LifeSouth at
888-795-2707 or visit www.'
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Aldredge more than holding her own as racing newcomer


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
'The old adage is, "If you
can't beat them, join them,"
but Kim Alldredge proves-you
can do both.
Alldredge, a Starke resident,
is in the midst of her second
season of racing at Lake. City
Speedway. She started out
racing with fellow women in
the Queen Bee class, but was
moved up into the men's
Hornet class midway through
her first season due to her
dominance among the women
drivers.
No matter. Alldredge wound
up finishing second in the
points standings in the Hornet
class last season and is the
current points leader this
season, having won nine of 13
races. Those other four races
she didn't finish due to wrecks.
The woman, who admitted
she's never had a hobby in her
life has found one, and it's as
surprising to her as it is to her
husband, Randy, who built her
car and keeps it running and
safe, and her brother, Andy
Nichols, and brother-in-law
Tim Alldredge, who both race
at Lake City Speedway as
well.
"I think I've amazed my
husband,. my brother and my
brother-in-law," Alldredge
said. "Everybody that's
involved, I've amazed. I've


Kim AlIdredge has experienced a lot of success in just a short time racing at Lake City Speedway. Racing in a
men's class, she finished second in the points standingsof r class last season and is the current points leader
this season with nine wins in 13 races.


amazed myself. We never
would've dreamed that Kim
would be a race car driver."
Alldredge said that fact -
would amaze those who know
her only from her job at
Communities in Schools of
Bradford County, but on the
flip side, those who watch, her
at the track would be amazed
to find out what she does
during the week.


"They would never imagine
I would be in an office
setting," Alldredge said of
those who know her at the race
track. "They know me as 'Kim
the race car driver.' Yet the
people who know me here (in
Bradford County) and the
children I work with could not
imagine me being a race car
driver."
Oh, apd here's something


else tod imagine-Alldredge
became a grandmother in
March.
"Now, everybody's making
the joke about the granny
that's out there outrunning all
the guys. It's killing, me,"
Alldredge said, laughing.
1'They're having a lot of fun
'with it."
Alldredge, even though she
had an uncle who raced and
who once even beat Richard
Petty, went most of her life
without realizing racing was in
her blood. A lot of her
competitors probably wish she
would have remained
oblivious to that fact.
It was nothing more than
Alldredge one day wanting to
give it a try when her racing
team-Nickel and Dime
R acing -- ii-,b ,_, n.. i 1 :>"


Nichols, Randy Alldredge,
Tim Alldredge and Rodney
Alldredge, rented the track on
an off day.
"There were no fans or
anybody, so I didn't have to
worry about being
embarrassed if I did something
crazy or dumb," Kim
Alldredge said.-
I She drove her brother-in-law
Tim's car. All she did was'
come within one second of his
time.
"It's amazing that I was able
to get that car up to that speed
and not be scared," Alldredge
said. "I didn't realize I
should've been scared.
"When I realized I was one
second off his speed, I thought,
'Youknow? I could probably
do this.' There it started."
With encouragement from


A promotional photo of the Nickel and Dime team racers. Kim Alldredge (center) is
pictured with Andy Nichols (far left), who is her brother, and brother-in-law Tim
Alldredge.


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her husband and family, she
eventually entered a Queen
Bee race toward the end of the
2009 season. Alldredge didn't
win that race, but she said she
didn't expect to.
However, it was the start
that let her know she could
drive and be competitive.
"I was excited I actually
kept up," Alldredge said. "I
didn't get sb far behind. I -was
actually able to stay up on the
lead lap and keep up with the
others.
"That was'exciting. When I
got out of that car, I thought,
'That's it. I can do this. No
problem.'. I found something I
liked, tj do after all these
years."
Alldredge had a hobby. She
raced a couple of races at the
end of the 2009 season, but
counts 2010 as her first season.
She had a car built by her
husband and got her first win
in the third race she drove in.
That wouldn't be the last
win. It got to where Alldredge
was dominating the women's
class in such a fashion that she
was moved into the men's
Hornet class halfway through
"I didn't have a problem:
with it at all," Alldredge said
of being moved out of the
women's class. "As a matter of
fact, I was happy. I was like,
'It's about time. I don't want
to/drive with the girls. I want
to drive with the boys.' The
girls didn't go fast enough for
me."
Not only did Alldredge
finish second in. the .points
championship in the Hornet
class that year, but she was
named Most Improved Driver.
Her performance in the

See RACE page 3B







2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, July 28, 2011


Former coach Sexton slated to speak at BHS football reunion


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
His home is Selma, Ala., but
you can pretty much call the
upcoming Bradford High
School Kickoff and Football
Reunion a homecoming for
Mike Sexton, who coached
alongside former head coach
David Hurse for the majority
of Hurse's career, staying at
Bradford High School a lot
longer than he originally
planned.
*"I came to Bradford County
for a one-year stopover and
stayed for 30 years," Sexton
said.'
They were 30 "wonderful"
years, said Sexton, who will
.share his experiences as the
keynote speaker of the football
reunion, which will be held
Saturday, Aug. 6, at the
Florida National Guard armory
Son Edwards Road in Starke.
The event begins with a 5 p.m.
social, followed by dinner and
the program at 6 p.m.
Sexton said he has been
reflecting on those years in
Bradford County recently,
- though the reality of just how
long he's been gone seemed to
dawn on him as he talked with
a Telegraph-Times-Monitor
reporter.
"Gosh, that seems so long
ago now," he said.
Sexton left BHS in 1994.
Prior to that, he helped coach
' some stingy defensive units,
coached basketball and served
- as athletic director. He would
* go on, though, and experience
- more success on the football
field when he returned to
Selma. He was part of the John
T. Morgan Academy football
: staff for eight years-eight
years that saw Morgan
Academy qualify for the
playoffs ever year, win four
Straight state championships
and play for another.
He is retired from coaching
know. He misses some aspects
of if, while others he is glad to-
have left behind. P
"I miss the time with the
kids," Sexton said. "I don't
miss being out there in 100-
degree weather."
SItseems, though, Sexton is
not totally done with the sport.
This past spring, on behalf of a
coach at Morgan Academy, he
visited Bradford High graduate
and former Buchholz High
School head coach Jay Godwin
to pick his brain on how to
defend a spread offense.
"Jay and I had about a 45-
minute session on the board,"
Sexton said.
It is an example of the kind
of bond Sexton formed with
many of the players he
coached at BHS.
"I have some very lasting
relationships with young men I
coached down there in Starke,"
he said.
Last year's inaugural
football, reunion was a
testament to just how much
former players think of-and.
how close they are-to Sexton,
Hurse and the coaches of that


Mike Sexton (front row, far left) is pictured with the 1966 Bradford High School football team that won the state
championship for a second straight year. Pictured are: (front row, I-r) Sexton, Joey Reese, Ronnie Tomlinson,
Leaton Morgan, Eddie Stancil, Roger Chilson, Jim Godwin, Larry Brown, (middle row, I-r) coach Tony Griffith, Harry
Hatcher, Wayne Blankenship, David Shannon, Wayne McLeod, Randy Joyner, Andy Mayton, Marlie Sanderson,
head coach David Hurse, (back row, I-r) J. Roy Chasteen, Paul Smith, Billy Belote, Paul McLeod, Tex Patrick, Plenn


Gnann and Johnny Warren.

era. Sexton said Hurse created
an atmosphere of caring and
being a part of something
special. e
"You won't find a better
person or better football coach
than David Hurse," Sexton
said. "He truly cared about that
program, and he cared about
all those young men in that
program.
"Those kids knew he cared."
In almost the same breath,
Sexton added with a chuckle
that Hurse also exhibited a
brand of tough love. However,
every player was treated
equally, Sexton said.
"To (Hurse), each of those
teams was part of his family,"
Sexton said.
Sexton joined that family in
time to experience two state
championships. The 1965 team
went 12-0, defeating Wauchula
Hardee 39-0 to claim the
school's first state title. In
1966, the Tornadoes went 11-
0-1, defeating Plantation 20-6
for that year's championship.
The 1965 and 1966 teams
allowed an average of 3.8 and
7.2 points per game,
respectively.'Defense was the'
side of the ball where Sexton,
who would become the BHS
defensive coordinator, would
make his mark. Terry
Vaughan,. the play-by-play
announcer for BHS games on
WEAG radio, said as the
emcee of last year's football
reunion that Sexton coached
"some of the 'best defenses
ever put together, I think, on a
high school football field in
the state of Florida."
Much as he did at that
reunion, Sexton downplayed
his role in creating solid
defenses when being
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real credit, he said, belonged to
the players.
"The kids bought into what
we wanted to do," Sexton said.
"They believed in what we
were doing."
Sexton said it was hard to
single out any teams .that were
most special to him, but he did
cite the 1988 squad that
surrendered two touchdowns
all season.
"We had a good unit,"
Sexton said. "I was blessed
with some good players and
kids that had good heads on
them."
That team went 9-1, shutting


out five opponents. Bishop
Kenny and Keystone Heights
were the only teams to score
touchdowns against Bradford,
with the Tornadoes defeating
Bishop Kenny 29-6 and
defeating Keystone 14-7. Palm
Coast managed a field goal
against, the stingy unit, while
Interlachen had two field
goals.
Bradford's defense forced at
least three turnovers in seven
games that season and held all
but two opponents to under
200 yards.
Sexton said the members of
the '88 defensive unit were


well prepared going into each
game, having watched plenty
of film on their opponents.
"Before they broke the
huddle, those kids knew what
to expect," Sexton said.
Then there was the regular
season finale against Santa Fe.
The Raiders' only points came
on a safety, but that safety was
enough as Santa Fe beat
Bradford 2-0 to claim the
district championship and
advance to the regional
playoffs.


"That heartbreaking loss to
Santa FeI think, is something
I'll always remember," Sexton
said.
The memory of the '88 team
brought to Sexton's mind how
a sports writer had once
dubbed Bradford's defense
"the brick wall" sometime
prior to the '88 season.
Bradford would 'travel to
opposing stadiums where fans
held signs proclaiming that the
brick wall must come down.
Sexton said players
developed a sense of pride in
having earned such 'a
reputation.
"They were so glad. to be a
part of that," he said.
Another siout defensive
effort came in a postseason
bowl game in 1978. Bradford,
a Class 3A school at that time,
was facing Class 4A Lake
Brantley out of Altamonte
Springs in the Elks Bowl,
which was played in St.
Augustine. Sexton said as the
two teams walked out onto the
field while still in their street
clothes, Bradford players
overheard- Lake Brantley
players remark that there was
no way they were looking at
Bradford's varsity team. It had
to be the junior varsity team
because the players were so
small.
Well, the Bradford players
didn't think much of those
'comments. The result was a
17-7 Bradford win, with the
Tornadoes sacking the Lake
Brantley quarterback nine
times and holding the team to
minus-8 yards rushing.
Defensive end Alton Moore
had three sacks and was named
the defensive player of the
See SEXTON page 128


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and Reunion will be held Saturday, Aug. 6,
at the National Guard armory on Edwards
Road, beginning at 5 p.m. Admission at
the door is $15, but advance tickets may
be purchased from Nancy Odom at BHS
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Tim Alidredge, Kim Alldredge and Andy Nichols show off some of their trophies.


RACE
Continued from Page 1B

*Hornet class will result in
-another move. Alldredge said
* the track has the right to move
,a driver up in class, and that's
exactly what will happen to


Racing results
from Lake City...
The following are the results
from action at Lake City
Speedway on July 23:
* E-Modifieds: Jason
:Garver placed first, followed,
by Sean Monaghan, J.F.
McClellan, Len Stapleton,
?huck Lintz and Jim
Higginbotham,
... Sportsman: Matt Walker
:-ok the win, while Charlie
'Seroki was the runner-up.
-Robert Ford was third,
allowed by Brian pull, Greg
T-ally, Tony Kuhr and Wesley
Keller.
ee l* Thunderstocks: Larry
-Welter Sr. and Daniel Keene
-rook- the top two spots,
allowed by Andy Nichols,
L7$iawn DeSotle, Bev Wiseman
and Morris Richardson.
Purestocks: Russell
P.atterson and Randy O'Neal
- were first arid 'second,
repec\\el,, wl. odney.
-AJlldredge and Jason 'Garver
were third and fourth.
Hornets: Kim Alldredge
.placed first, followed by Matt
V-ooch, James Denard, Tommy
Stout and Carl Taylor.

Bluly 16 results...
.* United Promoters Late
Vlodel Series: Tim Russell
.placed first, followed by
Wayne Anderson, Travis
'ope, Jesse Dutilly, Jason
.Garver, Justin Larson, Jeff
-Scofield, Rob Partelo, Ray
lplack Jr., Jake Perkins, Fain
Skinner, Anthony Sergi,
-Randy Anderson, Joe Boyd,
'Oakotah Stephens, John
.Coffman, Cody Lane and Kyle
Maynard.
Street Stocks: Eric Law
.was the winner, followed by
,Marty Wood and Roy Crain.
Thunder Stocks: Larry
-Welter. Sr. placed first,
'followed by Morris
Richardson, Daniel Keene,.
:Nathan Huffingham, Sha.wji
zDeSotle, Don Cruce, -ark
Chinell, Mark Copeland, Matt
'Gooch and Tyler Prescott.


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|celebrity servers
Ito raise money
for CFF
Local celebrities will be
:-serving diners at Cowboys
restaurant in Starke on
-Monday, Aug. 8, from 5 p.m.
until 9 p.m. to help raise
.money for the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation.
The annual Cystic Fibrosis
!Foundation Great Strides of
;Bradford County fundraiser is
scheduled for Saturday, Sept.
24, starting at 8 a.m. at Shands
'Starke.
. For more information on the
'Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or
:the Great Strides event, log
onto www.cff.org.


S Education is what
remains after one has
forgotten what one has
learned in school.
-Albert Einstein


her,
"I think it's crazy for a
Hornet driver to jump up into a
Modified class," Alldredge
admitted, "but given enough
practice, I can do it. I know I
can do it.
"One thing for sure, I don't
have any fear of it."
Fear is not part -of
Alldredge's makeup as far as
racing goes. A race last year in
which she totalled her car did.
not even shake her.
It was a race known as the
"Turkey Trot," which took
place on a dirt track. Alldredge
normally drives on asphalt, but
figured she'd give the dirt
track a try since the race was at
the end of the asphalt season.
She doesn't remember what
occurred during, the wreck that
totalled the car, saying she
must have been dazed. The
other members of Nickel and
Dime Racing felt sure that the


wreck ensured that Alldredge
had raced her last race.
"I amazed them when I said,
'Are you kidding me? Is (the
car) that broken? I cap't get
back in the race?' It amazed
them that it did not scare me,"
Alldredge said.
Alldredge said she's never
nervous before a race or during
one. A sense of calm settles
over her when she's behind the
wheel.
"When the helmet comes on,
it kind of closes you off, and
you're by yourself in your own
world with one focus, and
that's to drive this car,"
Alldredge said.
That's one reason why
Alldredge will do things
during a race that her male
counterparts say just shouldn't
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outside heading into a turn.
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"That's the only thing I'm
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rear, "but it's actually made it
exciting because now I have to
work my way through traffic
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She also knows that her
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to ensure her safety.
"He does the building,"
Alldredge said. "I do the
driving. Together, we're a
great team."
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"Not only did I win, but I
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cannot see ever giving up
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"Driving the race car is fun,"
she said. "If I win every week,
that's just better. If I don't win,
I'm totally fine with it. I
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BHS youth football camp draws 30-plus


Clayton Hall (far left) carries the ball in a game of Tornado Ball as Preston Denmark
(right) gives chase. Varsity players/camp counselors Dylan Manning and Sean
Jones look on in the background. Camper Tyreke Gorden is also pictured.


talked about being part of a
family and casting aside selfish
attitudes.
"Whenever you're a
Tornado, you're part of
something bigger than
yourself," Manning said. "The
other players depend upon you
to succeed at your position."
Player Sean Jones said, "All
these people right here are
brothers. We've got each
other's backs. It really is a
huge family. You work hard
for it, and what you work hard
for, you get rewards for."
It's all part of the culture
Chipoletti and his staff are
trying to create concerning
Bradford High School football
and an effort to help young
men become good citizens.
Chipoletti hoped the youth
football camp gave the
participants a taste of that.
"The main thing is for these
guys to come here, have fun
and learn some life lessons,"
Chipoletti said. "Then,
hopefully, they'll get a taste of
what it's like not only to play
up here (at the high school),
See CAMP page 6B


Petyton Welch maneuvers his way through obstacles
as BHS assistant coach Milton Sumpter and camper
Charles Strong look on.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
"Being a Tornado is the best
thing in the world," Bradford
High School football player
Dylan Manning said to a group
of 35 children consisting of
third-graders through eighth-
graders.
Those children got a head
start on one day being
Tornadoes themselves as they
took part in the inaugural
youth football camp hosted by
BHS head coach Derek
Chipoletti and his staff.
Children learned some of the
basic skills and techniques of
the various positions and had
the chance to interact with
current BHS players such as
Manning. High school players
acted as camp counselors and
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day of camp and discuss what
being BHS football player
meant to them.
The high school players all


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Preston Denmark gets some pointers from Bradford
High School varsity player Brent Kebby.


Clayton Hall
sheds a
tackling dummy
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linemen.


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but what it's like to be part of
the team up here. We really try
to be an extended family. That
goes into the lessons we're
trying to teach them about
serving the person next to you
and being an unselfish
person."
In turn, Chipoletti hoped the
camp experience impressed
upon the high school players
who served as counselors that
children in the community
look up to them. Therefore,
they should act accordingly.
"We try to let our kids know
there are eyes on them all the
time, whether they're walking
down the street, whether
they're in the library, whether
they're in a restaurant, or
whatever," Chipoletti said.
"These little guys know what
number (the high school
players) are. They know who
they are."
Looking across the field at
the high school players
teaching the campers by using*
the same terminology and
techniques he and his staff use,
Chipoletti said the youth camp
may also help the varsity team
improve.
"It makes them understand
what we're trying to get them
to accomplish," Chipoletti said
of the varsity players 'in
essence acting as coaches
themselves.

RIGHT: Josh Bass gets
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hops over obstacles.
BELOW: Bradford High
School varsity player
Wyatt Manning draws up
a play for his team in a
game of Tornado Ball.


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Florida player visits Bradford High youth football camp


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
He once walked in their
shoes, though the 6-5, 285-
pound offensive tackle at the
University of Florida can no
longer fit in them.
lan Silberman, a redshirt
freshman at UF, paid a visit to
the Bradford High School
youth football camp on July
20, talking about life as a
college football player, but
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about what it took to get to that
point. It's not always about
being the biggest player or the
strongest player, but about
how much hard work you put
into being the best you can be.
It's a message Silberman
learned under BHS head coach
Derek Chipoletti when
Silberman played at Fleming
Island High School, where
Chipoletti once coached.
Listening to his coaches,
Silberman said, played an
important role in getting him
to UF.
"The biggest thing is trusting
and buying into your coaches,"
he told the third- through
eighth-grade students who
attended the camp. "Coach
Chip and these other guys
know exactly what. they're
talking about."
Listening to your coaches,
doing what they tell you and
putting forth the effort to get
that done goes a long way,
Silberman said. He talked
about his sophomore season at
Fleming Island, a season in
. which his team lost four of its
first five games.
The team, though, rallied to
make the playoffs, despite the
fact it wasn't a team full of
superstars or super-big players,
Silberman said. In fact, the
Golden Eagles recorded a
playoff victory over Daytona
Beach Mainland, a team
Silberman described as having
"freakish" athletes.
"It dosen't matter how big,
how fast or how strong you


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are," Silberman said. "If you
guys work hard enough in the
offseason, you learn your
playbooks and you guys do
everything you can to become
better players and to help your
team, then you've got a better
team."
Silberman talked of the
Pouncey twins-Maurkice and.
Mike-who played on the
offensive line for the Gators
and went on to become first-
round NFL draft picks. He said
the Pouncey twins are not the
strongest or fastest players, but
are the best football players
he's ever seen.
"If you know your position
and know the game of football,
and listen to your coaches, the
sky's the limit," Silberman
said.
It's not all about what one
does on the field, Silberman
stressed. The number-one
priority, he said, is the
classroom. It's a lesson he
learned when grades
eventually led to him being
ineligible to play basketball in
high school.
By working on improving
his grades, Silberman
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football and received a college
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school, the more chances
you're going to have after high
school," Silberman said. "If
you've got good grades, and
you're doing really good in
football, you've got a football
scholarship, but you've got to
work for it."
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it's like to be college football,
player. His days start early as
he wakes up at approximately
5 a.m. to lift weights and to
attend football meetings. Then,
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didn't play much last year, but
from watching film, it was
probably Alabama or LSU."
The ring Silberman wore on
one of his fingers caught the
children's attention. It was the
ring UF players received for
playing in this past season's
Outback Bowl.
However, Silberman said the
ring's not much when
compared to the rings he's
seen players who played on the
2008 national championship
team wearing.
' "They're about three times
the size of this," Silberman
said.
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Obituaries


In Loving Memory of
Leon T. Odom
Aug. 2, 1932-May 7, 2011
and
Mary Louise Odom
Sepi. 13. 1935-Aug. 3, 2009
The children and
grandchildren of Leon T.
Odom Jr. would like to
say a "long-over due"
very special thank you for
all of the love, support
and prayers from the
entire community, our
church family and
friends, and to Pastor
Gene Bass and his family
fortheir support and 1
understanding, and for
the once again great job
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home. You have all been
here for us. We've seen
this and felt it in each and
every gesture, smile,
word, hug and prayers.
We all miss this man. He
was a man of honor and
he was genuine and true.
He loved his family and it
showed. He was also a
man of the Lord. He loved
each and every one of you
and had the patience of
no man we knew.
Again, we thank you all
for your support. Please
continue to keep us in
your prayers, as we will
keep all of you in ours.
We know without a doubt
that two of the greatest
people are together again
in heaven, and that gives
us a great amount of
peace. We miss them both
tremendously and cannot
wait to see them again.
Happy birthday, Papa!
And Nanny, it's just been
t 'o years since you went,
home. We miss you like it
was yesterday! Keep
rejoicing.



From the bereaved family
of Mr. David "Lonnie"
Hamilton


There are many words we
could use to express our
appreciation, but "thank
you" still says it best, for
all your kindness during
our breavement of our
precious beloved
"Lonnie. "
Toni, Jaiden, Jazlyn and
the entire Hamilton and
Paige families


'Jimmy' Andrews


'Jimmy' Andrews
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
.James "Jimmy" Ranson Andrews,
59, of Keystone Heights, died on
Tuesday, July 19, 2011, at Shands
at the University of Florida.
He was born in Glasgow,
Mont., on June 5, 1952, to the late
Rance J. Andrews and Agens
Tymofychuk Andrews. He was
preceded in death by his brother,
Curtis Andrews.
He is survived by: his wife of
29 years, Sandra Andrews of
Keystone Heights; his children,
Joseph Andrews of Keystone
Heights and Kacee Blankenship of
Starke; his brothers, Johnny
Andrews of Starke and Thomas
Andrews of Texas; his sisters,
Laura Bible and Jeraldine
Andrews, both of Jacksonville,
and Robin Andrews of Ocala; and
his one grandson, Dillon Starling.
No services have been
scheduled at this time. In lieu of
flowers, please make donations to
the funeral home or to Jimmy
Andrews' family. Arrangements
are under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.

Junior Daugherty
STARKE-Junior Ervin
Daugherty, 49, of. Starke, died
Sunday, July 24, 2011, at his
residence.
He was born in Gainesville on
July 7, 1962, and was of the
Baptist faith. He was preceded in
death by hisgrandmother, Lossie
Daugherty..
Mr. Daugherty 'is survived by:
his children, Jackie Daugherty of
Orlando, and Joey and Michael
Daugheity,-both of Hampton; his
parents, Hoyet and Mabel
Daugherty of Starke; his sisters,
Ruth Jones, Rebecca Price and
Lacey Carroll; his former wife,
Donna Mapel; and. four
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Daugherty had not been set as of
press time. In lieu of flowers, the
family is requesting donations' be
made to the funeral home to assist
with expenses. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit


www.archietannerfuneralservices.
corn to sign the family's guest
book.

Wilbur Sanderson
CLEARWATER- Wilbur
James Sanderson, 73, of
Clearwater. died Friday, July 22,
2011, in Largo.
Mr. Sanderson was born or
March 17. 1938, in Cass City,
Mich., to the late Ralph and
Mildred Waun Sanderson and
moved to Clearwater one year ago
from Keystone Heights. He was a
retired automotive mechanic, and
a member of Southside Baptist
Church in Palatka.
He is. survived by: his wife of
30 years, Sarah Beck Sanderson of
Clearwater; a son, Adrian James
"A.J." Sanderson of Tampa:
stepsons, Russell Chesser of St.
Petersburg and Lanier Chesser of
St. Petersburg Beach: a
stepdaughter, Sabrina (Ashley)
Lee. of East Palatka; and II
grandchildren.
Graveside funeral services for
Mr. Sanderson were held on July
27 in Johnson Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to the family for funeral
expenses. Mail to A.J. Sanderson.
10200 N. Armenia Ave., Apt.
2501, Tampa, FL 33612.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights. Online
condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

'Lenny' Strickler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Leonard "Lenny" Eugene
Strickler, 86, of Keystone Heights,
died Friday, July 22, 2011, at the
VA Hospital in Gainesville.
Mr. Strickler was born in
Granville, Ohio, on Dec. 5, 1924,
and had served our country in the
United States Marine Corps for 30
years. His services included World
War II, Vietnam and the Korean
War. Mr. Strickler had been a
resident of Keystone Heights since
2000, moving here from North
Carolina, and he was the
parishioner of St. William
Catholic Church where he was a
4'h degree knight of Columbus.-
He was also a member of the
AMVETS Post 86 of Keystone
Heights, the VFW, and he was
active with the senior center.
Mr. Strickler is survived by: his
wife of 17 years, Frances Ganey
of Keystone Heights; his children,
Larry (Annette) Strickler of-
Belleview, Neb., Pattie Poage of,
Keystone Heights, Leslie (Susan)
Smith of Aurora, Co., and Jack
(Gail) Smith of Parker, Co.; 16
grandchildren, 34 great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
granddaughter.
Viewing for Mr. Strickler will
be held at the Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home in Keystone on
Monday, Aug .1, from 5-7 p.m. A
mass of Christian burial will be
held on Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 10
a.m. in St. William Catholic
Church with Father Mike
Williams presiding. Burial will
follow at Keystone Heights
Cemetery with full military rites.
In lieu of flowers, the family is


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asking that contributions be made
to the Marine Corps Scholarship
Foundation, 121 S. Saint Asaph
St., Alexandria, VA 22314.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Christopher
Tomczak
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Christopher J. Tomczak, 52, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, July 20, 2011, at his
residence. Mr. Tomczak was born
on April 1, 1959, in Lackawanna,
N.Y., and was disabled..-
He is survived by: his daughter,
Heidi Balicki of Lackawanna; son,
Christopher J. Tomczak of
Angola, N.Y.: his parents, Myron
B. and Lorrain Rechin Tomczak
of Orchard- Park, N.Y.; a sister,
Eileen Tighe of Hamburg, N.Y.;
and six grandchildren.
Funeral' services for Mr.
Tomczak will be at a later date in
New York. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may
be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Leslie Whiteside
NORTH CAROLINA-Leslie
Diane Whiteside, 32, of Cameron,
N.C.,'passed away on Wednesday,
July 20, 2011, at her residence.
She was born in Alachua County,
on April 12, 1979, and was raised
in Starke.'
She was .a loving mother,
devoted wife, amazing daughter
and Caring sister. She enjoyed
spending time with her husband
and playing with her children. She
liked to watch sports
entertainment wrestling and was a
lifelong fan of Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Her laugh, smile, and her ability to
always keep things interesting will
leave a special place in our lives
and hearts.
She is survived by: her loving
husband, Franklin Whiteside of
. Cameron; her children, Jeremy,
age 12, and Zoie and Caleb, both
age 8; her mother, Gloria Prevatt;
her father, Lester Ruis; her sister,
April Acosta; her brother,
Christopher Ruis; her maternal
grandmother, Nettie Hogsed; four
nieces and five nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, July 30, at 10 a.m. with
Pastor Jimmie Scott officiating.
Interment will follow at Lawtey
Cemetery. The family.will receive
friends on Friday, July 29, from 7-
9 p.m. at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Services
of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book. .
PAID OBITUARY


Leo Wojcinski
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Leo
F. "Ski" Wojcinski Jr., 83, of
Keystone Heights, died Saturday,
July 23, 2011, after battling
cancer.
Mr. Wojcinski was born on
Aug. 23, 1927, at the home of his
parents, Leo F. Sr. and Katharine
R., in Pleasant Plain, Ohio.'He
served in the Navy during World
War II and was stationed in
Jacksonville where he decided to
stay before retiring from air traffic


control to the lakes of Keystone.
He is survived by: his wife of
63 years, Alice; a son, David; a
brother, Allen: and a large
extended family of friends.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, July 30, at I a.m. at
Fresh Start Fellowship in
Keystone Heights. In lieu of
flowers, the family requests
donations be made to Haven
Hospice, or to Fresh Start
Fellowship. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.


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Thursday, July 28, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section


Crime & Punishment
'M ('


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The.. following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Cayla Jae Blincoe, 18, of
Newberry was arrested July 24
by. Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and she was
released on bond July 24.
Michael Jermaine Burton,
26, of Jacksonville was
arrested July 20 by Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 20.
Clay Cason, 28, of Keystone
Heights was arrested July 23
by Clay County Sheriffs
. Office (CCSO) deputies for
cultivation of marijuana.
Kenneth' Lee Clark, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
20 by Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony offense.
William Kevin Croft, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested July
20 by UCSO Deputy John
Whitehead for assault and
resisting an officer without
violence.
Robert Henry Curran, 49, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
July 23 by BCSO deputies for
DUI, refusing to submit to a
DUI test and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$4,500 and he was released on
bond July 23.
Luis Gerardo Cabral
Delgado, 33, of Jacksonville
was arrested July 21 by Starke
Police Department (SPD)
officers -for driving with a
license that had been expired
for more than four months. He
was released on July 25.
Melvin Emmett Douglas Jr.,
36, of Lake Butler was arrested
:July 4 by UCSO Deputy Brett
:Handley for aggravated assault
after allegedly threatening to
,kill the victims with a pocket
knife.
Steven Goodman, 20, of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
BCSO deputies for aggravated
battery on a pregnant victim.
Bond was set at $10,000 and
:he was released on bond July
,.20.
Thomas Scott Heatherdale,
47, of Salt .Springs was
,arrested July 23 by BCSO
,deputies for DUI. He was
released on July 24.
Rosemarie Irene Johnson,
;24, of'Starke was arrested July
19 and booked into the
,Bradford County Jail on a Clay


County warrant for grand theft
and failure to appear in court.
Bond was set at.$15,788.55
and she was released io Clay
County July 20.
Kara Lenore Jones, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested July
20 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $4,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Christian Devone Lee Kates,
19, of Starke was arrested July
22 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of~county warrant. He
remained in jail as of press
time.
Richard Dale Lilley, 34, of
Wimaumi was arrested July 22
by BCSO deputies for
producing methamphetamine
and arson. Bond was set at
$100,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
James Michael McDougald,
'23, of Middleburg was arrested
July 24 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $1,006 and, he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Brittany Rachel Moore, 23,
of Starke was arrested July 24
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. She was
released on July 23.
James Cason Norman, 48, of
Raiford was arrested July 19
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he was released
on bond July 19.
Carolyn Padgett, 56,- of
Starke was arrested July 20 by
CCSO deputies for retail theft.
Eddie Postway, 21, of Starke
was arrested July 18 by SPD
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of mairjuana,
possession of narcotic
equipment and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
set at $6,000 and he remained
in jail as ofpreps time.

Loy Donald Readdick, 24,
of Starke was arrested July 20
by BCSO deputies for failure
to appear in court for an


original misdemeanor offense.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond July 20.
Angela Deshawn Seaton, 37,
of Lake Butler was arrested
July 18 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
She was released on July 19.
Ronald Wayne Stewart, 48,
of Starke was arrested July 22
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
July 22.
Jessica Eastland Rae Stone,
18, of Starke was arrested July
22 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released on bond July
22.
Langston Alexander Sykes,
18, of Lake Butler was arrested
July 25 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
threatening a public servant.
Nathan Thomas, 29, of
Lawtey was arrested July 22
by CCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Martin Lamar Thornton; 31,
of Starke was arrested July 22
by SPD officers for possession
of less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond July 22.
Randall Wade Wheeler, 44,
of Starke was arrested July 21
by BCSO deputies for battery
and felony battery. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond July 22.
David Antonio Williams,; 39,
a Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged July 20
by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on
a warrant for battery on a law
enforcement officer. He was
returned to the custody 'of
DOC.
Jessie Lee Wilson, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
July 23 by Florida Highway
Patrol (FHP) troopers for DUI,
DUI with property damage,
refusing to submit to a DUI
test, driving while license is
suspended or revoked,
attaching a tag not assigned to
a vehicle and failing to register
a motor vehicle. Bond was set
at $12,000 and he was released
on bond July 24.


Warrant Officer.:
Class One
David
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Maj. Gen.
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BY SGT. 1S" CLASS
BLAIR HEUSDENS
Florida National Guard
Public Affairs
They call it annual
deployment,.we call it annual
trading; but it's just a different
name for the same thing.
Warrant Officer Class One
David Ferguson of Her
"Majesty's' Armed Forces
iecenily saw. firsthand how
Britain's Territorial Army
compares to the National
Guard of the United States.
Ferguson, who specializes in
logistics, is participating in an
officer exchange program
between the United Kingdom
and the U.S. He was partnered
with the Florida National
Guard's 254th Transportation
Battalion, which has more than
700 soldiers located in
armories spread across a 250-
mile radius in Florida.
The 254th recently won the
Supply Excellence Award in'
the National Guard Property
Book MTOE Category.
"What they try to do is make
the best fit, so being in
logistics, they thought this
would be a good fit," Ferguson
said.
Ferguson is joining the 254"h
for annual training at. Camp
Blanding Joint Training
Center. The battalion is a
unique unit made up of a
headquarters detachment, a
transportation company and
three military police
companies.
Seeing how the unit
coordinated training for so
many different units has been a
valuable experience for


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of thing, their procedures and
some of the teaching
practices," Ferguson said.
"I've been very, very
impressed with how they've
set out training and, to me, this
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soldiers in the unit to get a feel
for the issues and problems
U.S. Guardsmen face.
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process."
After 26 years in the
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He says he will continue to
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what he does.
"If you don't enjoy being in.'.
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working with soldiers. I like"
training soldiers; I like
developing and mentoring
them, and if I ever stop doing;.
tlat, it will be the time I bury,.
my boots."


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Starke Academy of Dance won the Junior Legacy Award at the June 27-30 Legacy
Nationals. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Alyssa Griffis, Kylee Davis, Brianna Velazquez,
Katherine Wilson, Hailey Kerlin, Mackenzie Jowers, Alexandra Chappell, Astrid
Sellars, Annabelle Kuhnd, (back; I-r) Hailey Thomas, Morgan Mann, Keiondra Payne,
Brylee Hawkins, Emma Theus, Carson Elder and Darien Moore.


The Junior team performs its "Divas" routine. Pictured (I-r) are: Darien Moore,
Keiondra Payne, Morgan Mann (front), Hailey Thomas (back), Emma Theus and
Carson Elder.


Starke

Academy

dancers earn

top awards at

Legacy

Nationals
Children of Starke Academy
of Dance earned 10 platinum
and two high gold awards at
the Legacy Nationals, which
were held "June 27-30 in
Orlando, against dancers from
top-rated studios in south
Florida, Georgia, South
Carolina, North Carolina,
Illinois, Maryland and
Virginia.
The Minis team of
Alexandra Chappell, Kylee
Davis, Alyssa Griffis,
Mackenzie Jowers, Hailey
Kerlin, Annabelle Kuhne,
Astrid Sellars and Katherine
Wilson placed first overall in
Mini Competitive Small Group
with its "Brand New Girl"
routine, which was
choreographed by teacher
Alyssa Bennefield. The Petite
team of Chappell, Brylee
Hawkins, Morgan Mann,
Emma Theug and Brianna
Velazquez placed first and
second overall with the lyrical
"Hope Now," which was
"choreographed by Shannon
Wilson, and the jazz routine
"Hot Stuff," which was
choreographed by Bennefield.
Mann, Theus, Carson Elder,
Darien Moore, Keiondra Payne
and Hailey Thomas made up
the Junior team, which placed
first, second and third overall
with the jazz and musical
theater routines "Divas" and "
'Cause We Can," which were
choreographed by former
teacher Laurel Skaggs, and the
lyrical "Let It Be," which was
choreographed by teacher
Estee Beck. 'Cause We Can"
also won the choreography


Winning the event's Best Choreography Award (12-and-under) were dancers (l-r) Keiondra Payne, Darien Moore,
Morgan Mann, Carson Elder, Emma Theus and Hailey Thomas.


Emma Theus performs the routine "Love Me." She
finished second overall in Junior Advanced Solos
and earned the title of "Mini Miss Legacy."


award for all routines ages 12
and under.
Top awards did not end
there. Mann and Theus placed.
first overall in Junior
Duet/Trios, while Theus
placed second overall in Junior
Advanced Solos. With her
highest overall performance
scores, Theus won the title of
"Mini Miss Legacy."
Chappell placed second
overall in Mini Advanced
Solos and was first runner-up
for the title of "Mini Miss
Legacy."
Starke Academy of Dance
also won the Junior Legacy
award for the highest averaged
scores for dances in the 12-
.and-under category.


The Minis, Petite and Junior
teams were chosen to compete
in the.. Best of the Best
Showdown on.the final day of
competition. The showdown
consists of the top 25 groups in
terms of score competing
against each other in two age
categories: 12-and-under and
13-and-up. Starke Academy's
teams had to compete against
themselves as well as larger
groups of up to 20 members
and lines consisting of at least
21 dancers. The Junior team
placed second overall with
"Divas," finishing behind a
large-group routine performed
by. Patricia Penenori Dance
Center in Miami.


Petite team members Brianna Velazquez (left) and
Alexandra Chappell perform during the second-place
"Hot Stuff" routine.


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Auctions
HORSE & TACT AUCTION,
August 6th 12 noon, 2358
NW CR.225A Lawtey.
Consignments welcome.
Cash only, for more infor-
mation call 904-591-4191.
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42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
2004 FORD EXPLORER.
Interior in great shape.
AC/heat, all electric.
Drives, but needs some


work, asking $3,500,
OBO. 190K miles. Call
386-431-1741.
1987 F-150 STRAIGHT-6
MOTOR. Runs goos $900,
firm. 904-364-9869.
2008 FORD ESCAPE
39,925 miles $19,200
2010 Toyota Camry 38,669
miles $18,500
2009 Dodge Nitro 42,125
miles $17:200
2010 Chrysler Town &
Country 27,609 $19,300
2008 Ford Ranger 40,847
miles take overpayments
$322. Call 904-237-7909
45
Land For Sale
ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or.
mqbile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3 5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call


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Same day service.

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Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.
7.4 ACRES NORTH LAW-
TEY, well septic, power
pole, partially fenced on
251st, $49,000 1/2 acre
lot in Forest Heights off
16, $25,000. Will con-
sider any and all offers,
motivated to sell asap.
904-796-0606.
WOODED LOT IN KEY-
STONE HIGH RIDGE
AREA. Up front close to
hard road. $7K. Call 352-
258-4617.

47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE, 3,000 sq.ft.
$800/mo. Office and
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft.
$950/mo. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
48
Homes For Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.


2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
area for kids and recre-
ation, close to town and
shopping $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
appointment only.
3BR/1BA HOME on 1 acre.
CH/A, recently renovated,
front and back porches.
Hwy. 231 close to RMC.
$62,000, Call 386-344-
1266 or 386-623-2746.
OWNER FINANCING 1800
SQ.FT 3BR/2.5BA, 2 sto-
ry home w/ 2-car plus ga-
rage 800 sq ft playroom/
workshop, plus 450 sq
ft. sun room. T & G wood
paneling throughout On
0.5 acres, w/ lake access
near Keystone Heights
$189K $6,000 down, call
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Mobile Homes
For Sale
NEW 2012, 2 Bedroom
$23,900. Includes set up,
country wood floors. Call
Jared at 904-259-4663.
jm martin23@ yahoo.
com.
LAND/HOME PACKAGE.
3BR/2BA on half acre
$55,000. 4BR/2BA on 1
acre, $69,900 remodeled.
Owner financing avail-
able. Call Jared or Greg
at 904-259-4663.
WANTED I buy used single
& doublewide mobile
homes. Call Greg at 904-
259-4663 or 904-591-
.9873 anytime.


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PLUS, top quality Double-
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Heights schools, $44K.
Trade in your old single-
wide for down payment.
352-473-5745.
OWNER FINANCE 40%
down w/ land equity or
cash. On any new or used
singlewide or doublewide,
Call Randy 386-754-
0198.
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carpet, paint, 2400 sq ft,
has metal roof, vinyl sid-
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to own what you're throw-
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386-754-8844
THE ECONOMY has forced
me to cut the price on my
3BR/2BA home tO S38k
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For Rent
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, Keystone
Heights. For rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
* 496-8111.
WANTED SINGLE MATURE
LADY to share expenses
in nice furnished home on
lake. Private apartment,
service animals only and
no smoking,references
required. $450-$675/mo.
plus deposit. Call for more
info. 352-473-7769.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE, on private land.
Fully furnished, incls. TV.
$365 w/ senior discount.
Cute little place ideal one
person. Keystone Hts.
352-473-5745.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In ,
good condition. For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959.


3BH/1BA HOME on 1 acre
CH/A, recently renovated,
front and back porches
Hwy 231 close to RMC
S700/mo first last, secu-
ity Call 386-344-1266 OR
386-623-2746.
FOR RENT 2BR Apart-
ment downtown Starke,
all utilities included. $650
per month. Call Joan at
904-964-4303
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec deposit, $525 Lake
Geneva area Call 352-
473-2919.
NICE LOCATION 2BR/1BA
MH CH/A $550/Mo, first,
and last. Call 904;964-
3595.
KEYSTONE TWO.HOMES,
2BR/1BA. Near town on
separate lakes. Newly
renovated, rent as low as
$500/mo. maintenance
included. Call 352-473-
5214.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
MELROSE 1BR/1BA Apt.
very quiet community.
$325 per month with $300
security deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME.
CH/A near UCI. &
FSP.$400/mo. $200 se-
curity. Lawn maintenance,
and water included. 904-
964-8025.
3BR/2BA NEAR STARKE
GOLF COURSE. 1605
NE 153rd Street, $800/mo
plus $600 deposit, Avail-
able August 1st. Call
904-545-0798.
FOR SALE OR RENT-
Home located in private
dead end street just on
outskirts of city limits.
3BR/2BA newly reno-
vated. Asking $93,000
or rent $700/mo. $ 300
security deposit: Call Jeff
at 352-538-1835 or John
at 352-745-0310.
2BR/1 BA, nice home. $450/
mo. $450 deposit. 352-
468-1455.
UPSTAIRS, 1BR apt. down
town Starke. $450/mo.
1st and last required.
Call 904-964-4303 for ad-
ditional information.
SINGLEWIDE IN THE
COUNTRY 2BR/2BA.
New flooring and fresh
Paint. CH/A, covered
wood deck. $425/mo.,
senior discount. 11049


SE 49th Ave5, Starke Call
904-571-6561 or 352-
468-1093
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo
plus deposit Call 352-
475-6260.
3BR/1BA HOUSE IN RAI-
FORD Handicap acces-
sible $625/mo, 1st, last,
security deposit. Call 904-
964-4309.
LAWTEY 2BR/2BA Mobile
Home. Quiet, laundry
room, partially furnished,
portable shed. Central
heat, window air units,
gas stove. $475/mo.
$300/dep.386-566-4054.

3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A,,
large yard, shed, between
Lake Butler & Raiford .
$300 deposit, $750 per
month. Call 904-305-
8287 or 904-284-9223.
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BA CH/A,
water softner. $700/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
Call 904-364-9869.
3BR/1.5BA MOBILE HOME,
in Keystone heights.
$550/mo. Call 352-258-
4617.
MOVE IN SPECIAL, $1,100
Starke, 2BR/1BA 14 wide
mobile home, shed,
fenced yard, $650/mo.
Lawtey move in special
$850, 2BR/1BA mobile
home fenced, $5501mo.
Horse paddock available.
Call 386-523-5091.
51
Lost/Found
SOPHIE THE BASSET
HOUND 65 pounds.
MISSING since the 15th,
needs meds, spotted in
High Ridge, lost collar.
Reward, 352-478-9365
or 352-473-1146.

52
Animals and
Pets
FREE MALE PIT BULL MIX.
Approximately 3 years
old. Great watch dog and
friendly. 305-968-7000.
2 FEMALE POT BELLIED.
PIGS, about 150 to 200
lbs. Each must go. Make
offer 904-796-1018.
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Yard Sales
YARD SALE, Fri. & Sat.
8am.-3pm. CR 200A in


Lawtey, look for signs.
Guitars, clothing, baby
items, household items
INSIDE MOVING SALE Fri
& Sat. 8am.-2pm 1538
NE 153rd St off SR 230
E. Chase lounge, reclin-
ers, bar stools, household
& decorating items. Lots
new items, everything
has to go.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE.
Sat. 8am.-? 3.5 miles
past Vo-tech, turn left
behind Pleasant Grove
Church. NW 177th St.
Follow Signs.
FRI. & SAT. 9am.-3pm. 100A
Griffis Loop over 2nd rail-
road tracks. VCR tapes,
baby clothes, walker,
high chair, adult men and
women clothes, etc.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Fri. 7:30 am.-? CR. 229
NW. 77th Place. Women,
teens, children clothing,
boys & girls sizes 8-18.
Baby clothes, carseat,
baby crib, purses, house-
hold items, costume jew-
elry. All must go.
YARD SALE LAWTEY REC-,
REATION DEPT. Lawtey
Park. Fri. & Sat. 8am-
3pm. Clothes, dishes,
computers, TV. books,
children's clothing and
much more.
MULTI-FAMILY MOVING
SALE FRIDAY ONLY
8am.-2pm. Take CR.125
(Lawtey) 5 miles west of
301 (1/2 mile past CR.
225A) follow signs, bed,
baby things, large size
men and women clothes,
tools, tons of DVD's and
much more.
GARAGE SALE RAIN OR
SHINE. Fri., Sat., Sun.
8am.-? Crosby Lake, 100
west of Starke 3 miles'.
Look for signs. Come
& see.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Thurs. & Fri. 8am.-2pm.
N. 301 left on 233 (Mor-
gan Road) 1 mile on right
4131. Furniture, appli-
ances, lots of household
items, some clothes and
children's items.
53B
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Sales
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Fri., Sat., 10am.-5pm.
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& Lodge Rd. follow signs.
Baby items, toys, house-
hnld items.

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sale
RMC STAFF HOUSING
3 HOUSEHOLDS, Sat.
8am.-? Household items,
CB radios, lots of clothes-
Aeropostale, American
Eagle, Hollister, filing
cabinets, ceiling fan, lots
of baseball equipment
and cleats.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.

57
For Sale
BUNKBED SET $75, pair of
chrysler 300 tires $100,
Microwave oven, large
$50, large Marilyn Monroe
picture $15, glass top
shelves $5, China Cabinet
$50, Sofa $25, wooden
coffee table $15, quilting
stand $20, storage con-
tainers $5, television old
models $10. Please call
904-966-7479.

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Personal
Services
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or without titles! Will pick
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barns, carpentry, painting,
pressure washing, trash
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Vacation/Travel
SMOKEY MOUNTAIN
CABIN on trout stream
near Cherokee, NC,
close to Gatlinburg &
Dollywood.$350 a week,
Aug-Sept available, 386-
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Help Wanted
REPORTER FOR UNION
COUNTY TIMES. Full-
time, experience pre-
ferred. Minimal typing,
computer, and camera
skills needed. Send re-
sume to: Bradford County
Telegraph PO Drawer A,.
Starke, FL. 32091.
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. Please
call Mike or Trish 386-
496-2182.

THE CITY OF KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS is searching for
an Administrative Clerk.
Job duties include but
not limited to customer
service, computer skills
(Microsoft Office products
and internet knowledge),
grant preparation and
administration, transcrip-
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and, records functions.
Will receive administrative
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the Interim City Manager.
Candidate must demon-.
strate any combination
of education and expeid-
ence that will produce
the required knowledge
and abilities and enable
the individual to success-
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function of the position.
SThis is a permanent,
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based on qualifications.
Application deadline is
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driving record. Prefer individuals with teaching
experience in a truck driving school setting. Email
resumes to Stephanie Glenn at
or call the Banner
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more information. '
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MANAGEMENT
The Banner Center for Global Logistics is
seeking fall adjunct instructors for the Logistics
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386-754-4492 for more information.
College application and copies of transcripts
required. All foreign transcripts must be submitted
with a translation and evaluation. Application
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12B Telegraph) Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, IJuly 28, 2011


SSorrell
completes
Marine Corps
electricians
course
On July 22, Marine Corps
Pfc. N. Sorrell, son of Sharon
C. and Kenneth E. Sorrell of
Starke, completed the basic
electricians course.
During the course at Marine
Corps Engineer School,
Marine Corps Base, Camp
Lejeune, N.C., students receive
instruction on the repair and
maintenance of generators,
transformers and power lines.
In addition to the mechanical
skills involved, studies also
include circuitry, electrical
theory and related safety


as Memorial Stadium was the
place to be.
Sexton said getting into the
stadium during the era of the
state championships was not
easy.
"It was almost like you had
to inherit a ticket to get in
there," he said.
The crowds were a fixture,
and so were Sexton and Hurse.
In fact, Sexton served the
longest tenure of any assistant
football coach in school
history. He stepped down
before Hurse, though, as the
1989 season was his last as an
assistant on the varsity team.
Like the '88 team, the '89
team was strong defensively,
allowing 55 points for the
season.


Hurse coached one more
season without Sexton, guiding
the Tornadoes to an 11-1
record and to within one game
of playing for the state
championship.
You can certainly say Hurse
went out with a bang before
retiring. Bradford lost a total of
13 games in the 1986 and 1987
seasons, but then lost three
over Hurse's last three
seasons.
Sexton said because of
Hurse's dedication and
relentless work ethic, it was no
shock to see him go out on a
winning note.
"Nothing he accomplished
over the years surprised me,"
Sexton said.


Sexton remained at Bradford
High School until retiring in
1994. He served as athletic
director and still assisted in a
coaching capacity at times.
Because of his longevity,
Sexton wound up coaching and
interactingg with the children of
former BHS players.
"I could see their
grandchildren coming on the
horizon," he said. "I figured
that'd be the time to leave."
Sexton will be back, along
with Hurse and former head
coach Lenard Register at the
Aug. 6 reunion, which will
also feature current head coach
Derek Chipoletti.
Based on last year's turnout
and follow-up interest, those
interested in attending this


year's event should make plans
to do so now since seating is
limited. Advance tickets are
$12 and may be purchased
from Nancy Odom at BHS.
Admission at the door is $15.
Children under 5 will be
admitted free.
All proceeds will support the
BHS football program through
the BHS Touchdown Club.
Odom may be reached by
calling 904-966-6075.

Anyone who thinks the
art of conversation is
dead ought to tell a child
to go to bed.
-Robert Gallagher


Teen Nites
planned
Teen Nite will be tonight
starting at'7:30 p.m. to midnight
at the RJE gym on Pine Sc.i in
Starke. The age range -is fifth
grade through twelfth grade.
Please bring your teens and if
you wish to volunteer to work
with the youth, you will be
welcomed.
There will also be two Teen
Nights in August, Aug. 12 and-
Aug. 26. On Aug. 26, organizers
will be providing free back-to-
school supplies. If you arc
interested in donating some
items for the teens, please feel
free to come join in Teen Nite
on that date.


procedures.
Sorrell is a 2009 graduate of
Bradford High School, and -
joined the Marine Corps inA M A N
October 2010.
Food distribution ...m am A L L ,A,& k .E


schedule set
The Second Harvest North
Florida Mobile Food Pantry's
2011 distribution schedule for
Bradford County will be every
Wednesday at the following
locations:
First and third Wednesday
of the month-True Vine
Ministry, 422 N. St. Clair St. in
Starke, beginning at 10 a.m.
until the food is gone.
Second Wednesday of the
month-Church of God by-
Faith, 730 Old Lawtey Rd. in
Starke, beginning at noon until
all the food is gone.
Fourth Wednesday of the
Month-True Vine Ministry,
422 N. St. Clair St. in Starke,
beginning at 10 a.m. until the
food is gone. (Volunteer
assistance provided by, the
Bradford County Food Pantry.)
ff there is a fifth Wednesday
during a particular month,
distribution will be at True Vine
Ministry as listed above.
SThe Second Harvest Mobile
Pantry program takes donated
food'and goods directly to those
in need. The distribution area is
set up as a drive-through.so that
food recipients can easily get the
resources being offered and
. return with them to their homes.
Recipients are asked to remain
in-their cars where a program
attendant will be happy to serve
them.
.For more information, please
call True Vine Ministry at 904-
964-9264.

4-H presents
shooting sports
camp
The Bradford County 4-H
program will be offering a 4-H
Shooting Sports Day Camp for
youth 11-17 years old Aug. 15-
18. Youth will receive hunter
certification, natural resources
education with venomous snakes
and wildlife tracks. Youth will
also receive training in range
and firearm safety.
Youth interested in
participating, please call 904-
966-6224. There are limited
seats available. The day camp is
sponsored through a grant with
Friends of NRA and the
Bradford County 4-H
Foundation.



SEXTON
Continued from Page 2B

game.
: Lake Brantley entered the
game averaging three to four
touchdowns a game and 300
yards a game.
"We whipped them that
night," Sexton said.
Sexton, of course, has fond
memories of the state
championship teams of 1965
and 1966, as well as the 1985
team that finished as state
runner-up. Opponents
averaged only 5.9 points per
game against the '85 defense.
The. squad yielded 4.1 points
per game if you don't count
the 28-20 loss to Bartow in the
state championship game.
The Tornadoes may have
fallen short of winnnig a third
state championship, but Sexton
said playing for the title in
3985 was gratifying since four
years prior to that, Bradford
won just one game.
One thing that impressed
Sexton during his tenure at
Bradford was the fan support.
Whether tAe team was having
a good season or not, Sexton
said the people turned out
because what was then known


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