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UNION COUNTY

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012 99TH YEAR -39TH ISSUE 75 CENTS




[, Miss U-Co High set Saturday at high school


Rlcky Jenkins


Commissioner
Jenkins retires
after serving 5
terms
Open letter to Union County:
I would like to take this
opportunity to thank the citizens
of District 5 for allowing me to
serve as county commissioner
for the past 20 years. It .has
been an honor and a privilege to
represent my district as well as
Union County.
Union County has faced many
challenges in the past 20 years.
My colleagues and I, along
with the other officials in our
county, have worked together to
overcome these challenges.
I would like to personally
thank my colleagues for their
professionalism and support
during my time served.
At this time, I am announcing
that I will not seek re-election for
county commissioner in District
5.
God, please continue to bless
Union County as you have in the
past.
Sincerely.
Ricky Jenkins


City hall to
meet on fire
station costs
The- Lake Butler City
Commission is having a special
meeting related to its Community
Development Block Grant
for the fire station, regarding
construction costs. The meeting
is scheduled for Friday, Jan. 27,
at 10 a.m. in the commission
meeting room at city hall located
at 200 SW 1st St.
The city of Lake Butler staff
said they would like to thank the
2011 Christmas parade sponsors
for their continued support of the
annual Christmas parade. Spon-
sors were: Swift Creek Realty
and Investment Corp., Commu-
nity State Bank, George Roberts
Insurance, Edward and Joe Ste-
phenson/Mini Storage. Jackson
Building Supply, Norman Ste-
phenson. FPL, and the Lake But-
ler Volunteer Fire Department.

Lions Club
meets
The Lions Club of Lake Butler
will meet on the first and third
Wednesdays of e'er, month
at noon. Meetings are held at
Carter's Fried Chicken of Lake
Butler. located on Main Street.

Medicare
counseling will
resume in Feb.
Medicare counseling at the
Union County Health Department
will resume in February on the
second and fourth Wednesda.s
from 2-4 p.m. If you need a
SHINE counselor for Medicare-
Medicaid information call 352-
378-6649.


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The U-Co-High contestants
have been gearing up for the
upcoming pageant. With the
contest right around the corner,
the girls are working endlessly
to perfect their practiced
performances.
The pageant is sponsored and
produced by the sophomore class
and the contestants must be either
juniors or seniors.

Prior to the pageant, the
contestants meet with the judges
for the interview portion of the
competition. Judges will also look
at the contestant's biographies
that were submitted and score
them. At that time, the judges
will also award one contestant
the most photogenic award.
Another title given before the
pageant is the Miss Congeniality
title, which the contestants vote
on.
During the pageant, judges
will score the girls based on
poise and presentation during
the opening number, casual
wear (students model a casual
outfit that represents their unique
personality and style), on stage
question (questions are chosen
by judges and asked on stage at
the pageant to be scored), talent
(contestants have two minutes to
perform a talent of their choice),
and evening gown (based on
poise and appearance).
Points are awarded by


(L-R) Kelsey Brooker, Kelsey Harrison, Alex Momeau, Danlelle Pate and Nicole Shaw pose on stage with excitement
and anticipation of their upcoming pageant.


the following guidelines: 20
points awarded for academic
achievement based on official
grade point average, 10 points
awarded for activities and honors,
20 points awarded for interview,
15 points awarded for talent,
five points awarded for opening
presentation, 10 points awarded
for the on -stage question, 10
points for casual wear, and 15
points for the evening gown.


These contestants are excited
and have this to say about the
pageant:

"I'm so excited for. the
opportunity to be able to run for
Miss U-Co-High," said Kelsey
Brooker.
"1 am very happy to be able to
compete with my friends for the
title of Miss U-Co-High," said
Nicole Shaw.


"I am so glad I've been given
the opportunity to compete for
the title of Miss U-Co-High with
osdme amazing young ladies,"
said Danielle Pate.
"I am so excited and lucky
to be given an opportunity to
run for Miss U-Co-High and
to represent my school." said
Kelsey Harrison.
"I have had so much fun just
in the production of the Miss U-


Co-High. Words cannot describe
how excited I am to compete and
perform with such lovely ladies,"
said Alex Morneau.

These five girs are counting
down the days until their
performance. The Miss U-Co-
High pageant will be held today,
Thursday, Jan. 26, at 7 p.m.
at the high school auditorium.
'Admission will be $5.


Clerk of Courts Regina Parrish retiring after 20 years


To the citizens of Union County:
Almost 20 years ago, you
the citizens of Union County,
honored me by electing me as
clerk of courts. These past years
of service to you have been one of
the biggest blessings in my life.
However, after much thought and
prayer, I have had to make one of
the most difficult decisions I have
ever had to make...the decision
to retire at the end of my term in
January 2013.
The change in 2010 retirement
laws has adversely affected me
and brought about retirement
much earlier than I had
anticipated.

I have been extremely proud of
the following accomplishments
during my term of office:
lnion County is financially
stable and has prospered.
Renovation of courthouse at


no costto taxpayers.
Designation and remodeling
of the courthouse annex.
Building of the current
library.
Acquisition of Bielling Tire
for the use of the Union County
Sheriff's Office.
Construction of the Union
County Emergency Medical
Services building and sheriff's
office substation at Worthington
Springs.
Purchase of the old library
for the supervisor of elections
office.
My success in office and
these accomplishments would
not have been possible without
the cooperative efforts of the
Board of County Commission,
the constitutional officers,
the judiciary and many other
government partners. I am so
-grateful for the many years of


Regina Parrish


wonderful working relationships
that have made Union County
what it is today.
Iam most proud of theoperation


of the clerk of courts' .offi&e.
This office has evolved into a
sophisticated highly technical
office. Preservation of historical
information,' online -official
records, electronic recoitring,
near future electronic filing,
and the capability of making
payments online, are all services
that have been implemented
during my tenure.
The staff that I have assembled
and their level of skill,
professionalism and expertise are
second to none. They are among
the finest employees anywhere
and I am confident that I have
one of the most competent clerk's
offices in the state of Florida.
The success of this office has
been in its employees and their
abilities to serve the citizens of
this county in a courteous and
efficient manner. I am certain
that the next elected clerk will


value each and every employee
as I do and these employees will
provide a smooth transition and
continuity of government.
I have loved every minute
of the last 20 years, but I look
forward to the future. My motto
has always been to treat others
as I would want to be treated. I
hope we have succeeded. I have
met many wonderful people and
acquired long-lasting friendships.
However, life is a journey and
I am excited to see where the
next road on my journey will
lead. Being "Nana" to my
grandchildren, travel and various
other opportunities await me. I
thank each of you for the many
memories you have helped create.
I will treasure these always and
cherish them in my heart forever.
May God bless each of you.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Cours


Bring household hazardous waste to Toxic Roundup


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Union County Road
Department-Solid Waste
Department invites residents
of the county to join the
"Toxic Round-up." helping the
community to become a safer
environment.
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection and
the Union County Commission
are sponsoring this project
to collect, recycle, treat and
properly dispose of household


hazardous wastes.
On Saturday, March 10,
members of the community
can properly dispose of their
household hazardous waste by
bringing it to the road department-
solid waste department located
just off of S.R. 121 on Southwest
841 Street. The event %%ill run
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Items being accepted include
aerosol cans. antifreeze, batteries.
computers, corrosives, diesel/
transmission fluid, emergency

See TbXIC, 2A


Early voting still going on: Make your voice heard


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

Early \oting began this
past week at the office of the
super isor of elections in Union
County. This building is the only
earl\ \oting location in Union
Count%.
Asa reminder, the early voting
times are Monday-Saturday from
8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from
12 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the follow ing


dates:
Presidential preference
primary ill continue through
Jan. 28.
SPrimar' election. Au'. 4-11.
General election. Oct. 2~-
No\.3.
The 2012 election dates are as
follow s:
The presidential preference
primary ill be Jan. 31.
The primary election %vill be
Aug. 14.


The general election will be
No%. 6.
Candidate qualifying dates are
as follows:
Federal. judicial. state
attorney. and public defender
qualify ing w ill be held from nxon
on April 16. to noon on April 20.
State ide. multi-count,..
county and district qualifying
I.ill be held from n,-r. n June
4. to noon on June 8.
The voter rezis'ra:tin .ok


closing dates will be:
July 16. for the primary
election.
Oct. 9. for the general
election.
I he Union Count'. offices up
for election in 2012. along ith
salaries. number of petitions
needed. and qualifying fees
are listed below.. Note that a
candidate di-es not have to pay
the qualifying fee if he or she
collects the needed petitions.


There is a small fee for renifying
the petitions. but that fee is much
lower than the qualify ing fee.
Sheriff-salars is S100.583.
the number of signed petitions
needed count, ide is 70: and
qualifying fee is 56.034.98.
Tas collector, clerk of court.
and property appraiser-saldar
is S91.988: number of signed
petitions needed count% x ide

See VOTE, 2A


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2A UNION CoUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012


S.R. 100 signals being


upgraded in DOT project


Woi rcienrul began on
a Honda Department of
Transportation project to upgrade
the traffic signals at two SR. 100
intersccticns in Lake Butler.
The project includes replacing
the tradfic signals and concrete
poics at the intersection of S.R.
100 and Lake Aenue and at the
intersection of SR. 100 and SR.
121.
The sidewalks and curbs at
both intersections will be made
wheelchair accessible and
pedestrian signals will also be
replaced.
The work will be done during
the daytime Monday through
Friday with lane closures and
flaggers directing traffic. At the
intersection of S.R. 100 and Lake


Avenue. lane closures will onl\
be allowed after 8:30 a.m. At
the intersection of SR. 100 and
SR. 121.lane closures will only
be allowed between 9 a.m. and 3
p.m. No night work is scheduled
at this time. Traffic will be
monitored and lane closures %will
be adjusted if necessary.
Crews are scheduled to begin
installing new poles at the S.R.
121 intersection first and then
at the Lake Avenue intersection.
The new poles and signals w ill be
installed prior to the removal of
the old signal. Power will be re-
routed so there are no scheduled
outages to businesses in the area
of each intersection.
Traffic Control Devices, Inc.,
of Altamonte Springs has been


hired b\ FDOT to complete the
project for $224,650. The work
is expected to take 50 days to
complete. depending on bad
weather or other unexpected
circumstances.
An average of 7.100 vehicles
travel this section of SR. 100
each day.

For additional information
regarding this project or other
FDOT projects around Northeast
Florida, visit www.nflroads.com.
The public can also keep up
with the v'eekly progress on the
project by following the FDOT
on Twiuer@MyFDOTNEFL
or http://twitter.com/MyFDOT
NEFL.


United Way offers free tax


prep to Union residents


Crty Fire Chief Mike Banks, Laurie Ash and Vice-Mayor'Lonnie Norman stand together
In honor of Ash's achievements and plaque for 2011 Fire Officer of the Year.


Ash is Fire Officer of Year


A plaque was recently
presented to one of Union
county's s own for Volunteer Fire
officerr of the Year.

('apt. Lauric Ash of the Lake
Butler Fire Department received


VOTE
Continued from 1A

is 70; and qualifying fee is
$5,519.28.
Supervisor of elections-
salary is $75,286; number
of signed petitions needed
countywide is 70; and qualifying
fee is $4,517.16.
County judge-salary is
$134,280; number of signed
petitions needed countywide
is 70; and qualifying fee is
$5,371.20.
Superintendent of schools-
salary is $91,988; number
of signed petitions needed
countywide is 70; and qualifying
fee is $5,519.28.
County commissioner district
I--salary is $26,258; number of
signed petitions needed is 13n
and qualifying fee is $1,575.48.
County commissioner district
3-salary is $26,258; number of
signed petitions needed is 19;
and qualifying fee is $1,575.48.
County commissioner district
5-salary is $26,258; number of


TOXIC
Continued from 1A

lares, fertilizers, florescent
lamps, gasoline, household
cleaners, household electronics,
insecticides, medications, oil
fillers, paint and paint products,
paint thinners, pesticides,
photographic solutions, poisons,
pool chemicals, propane tanks,
tele visions and used oil.
Guidelines for the roundup,
and items that require careful
handling are as follows:
If an item leaks, pack it in a
larger container \\ ith an absorbent
material such as cat litter or oil
absorbent.
Io not mix different or
unkno\\ n materials together.
Containers must be labeled. If
\ou cannot identify\ the contents
then label it unknown n.
Pack the containers in boxes
Sixth dividers.
Items that %ill not be accepted
include: e\plosi\es such as
ammunition. dynamite and
hIlsting agents. re-actiles such
as crsltallized ethers. picric acid
and sodium and phosphorus
metals. and radioactive or
infectiouss waste.
Household hazardous waste
is harmful if not disposed of
correctly. For more information
contact Jimm\ Beasle\ at 386-
496-2180.

Got a story
to tell?
Tell us!
386-496-2261
uctimes@
windstream.net


this plaque recognizing her for
her exceptional commitment,
dedication and valuable
contributions toward fellow
firefighters through training,
leadership, safety and preserving
life and property.


signed petitions needed is nine;
and qualifying fee is $1,575.48.
School board district 2-
salary is $24347; number of
signed petitions needed is 10;
and qualifying fee is $973.88.
School board district 4-
salary is $24,347; number of
signed petitions needed is 20;
and qualifying fee is 973.88.
Signed petiions must be turned
into the office of the supervisor
of elections by noon on March
19, for judicial candidates, and
by 'noon on May T -form-ifnty
candidates.. .---...- . .. -
According to the Supervisor
of Elections office, the steps
to become a candidate by the
petition method are as follows:
Step 1- file a form DS-DE
9, (appointment of campaign
treasurer and designation of
depository) with the supervisor
of elections office.
Step 2- Go to the bank of your
choice and open your campaign
account and:
A. Pick up petition cards.
B. File statement as
candidate.


Olustee

Scholarship

pageant set
The ustee Festival pageant
will be held on Saturday, Feb. 4.
Contestants must reside or
attend school in Baker, Clumbia,
Union, Gilchrest, Suwannee or
Hamilton counties. Contestants
must be in the following age
groups:

Three-12 months. 13-23
months, two-four years, five-six
years and seven-nine years. This
portion of the pageant will be
held at 4 p.m. at the Columbia
Court' "-chool administrative
complex auditorium.

SAges 10-12 years. 13-15 and
16-20 will be held al 7 p.m. in the
same location.

Contestants maN choose to
compete in beauty. sportswear
or talent (separate competitions).
Deadline for entr- is Monday.
Jan. 23.
Winners ineach beauty div ision
will receive a $50 savings bond.


Ash was named the 2011
Florida Fire Officer of the
Year by the Florida Volunteer
Fire Officers Association and
was congratulated for her
achievements.


Once your campaign account
has been opened, and you have
filed the appropriate forms, you
may begin getting petitions signed
and accepting contributions and
expending funds.
When turning in the petition
cards you will have to pay 10
cents per name for the signatures
to be verified.This has to be paid
out of the campaign account.
Also, once the account has been
opened, you must start filing
campaign treasurer reports,
(according to the calendar of
reporting dated form) with the
supervisor of elections office.
Supervisor of Elections
Debbie Osborne said, "I would
like to wish everyone a happy
and prosperous new year. Let's
all remember that 2012 is a big
election year. Please exercise
your right to vote in the upcoming
elections."

For more information contact
the supervisor of elections office
at 386-496-2236 or visit the
office located at 175 W. Main St.
in Lake Butler.


crown, banner and ride in the
Olustee parade on Feb. 18. The
runners-up in each division will
receive a: large trophy and all
contestants will receive a trophy
fo; their participation.

The winner of the Miss Olustee
title (age 16-20) will receive a
$500 educational scholarship;
the first runner-up will receive a
$300 scholarship and the second
runner-up will receive a $200
scholarship.

The pageant is open to the
public with admission at the
door. Tickets are $6 for adults
and students; preschoolers are
free.
Applications areavailableat the
Columbia County Library, Lake
City Chamber of Commerce,
Emily Taber Library. Suwannee
Regional Library. Hamilton
County Library. Union County
Library, and Live Oak Chamber
of Commerce.

For more information \ou ma\
contact pageant director. Elaine
Owens at 386-965-2787.


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for Feb. 10-April 13
If you worked in 2011 and your household
made less than $50,000, United Way of North
Central Florida wants to do your taxes for free.
It's part of a combined effort with the IRS to
help low- to moderate-income working people
keep more of their refund and not pay for in-
come tax services.
"This is money that is owed to the working-
class and middle-class citizens of our communi-
ty," said Dana Newsome Napier, vice president
of communications with United Way of North
Central Florida. "They just need to know about
it to take advantage of it."
Many households are owed a significant re-
fund because of the Earned Income Tax Credit,
a federal income tax credit for low- to moder-
ate-income working people.
But the IRS estimates anywhere from 10 to
20 percent of eligible families do-not claim the
credit, either because they don't realize they are
eligible or because their income is so low they
believe they don't have to file a tax return.
United Way officials are hoping to find more
local residents who are eligible by offering the
free service, known as VITA (Volunteer Income
Tax Assistance).
"The VITA program is about stabilizing fam-
ilies and keeping the money in the household,"
Napier said. She emphasized tax clients will get
their refund just as quickly as if they visit a paid
tax preparer, and will get to keep all of it-no
hidden fees or catches. "You earned this money;
you should get to keep it all," she said.
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families claimed the EITC, totaling $4.51 bil-
lion, an average credit of $2,260 per family.
Within Union County, 1,400 families claimed
the EITC for a total of $327,941, according to
Internal Revenue Service statistics calculated
by The Brookings Institute (2008).
Those who qualify for the EITC could receive
a federal credit of up to $5,751 for a family with
three children. Eligibility is based on income,
marital status and number of children.
This is the third year the United Way and
the IRS have partnered to offer free tax returns
and filing. For the 2010 tax year, United Way's
IRS-trained volunteers prepared 1,279 total tax
returns, resulting in $1.6 million in refunds for
local residents.
In Union County, the local VITA site is at
the Union County Public Library, 250 SE Fifth
Ave. off S.R. 100 in Lake Butler. Representa-
tives will be there on Feb. 13, March 5, March
12 and April 9 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Appoint-
ments are strongly recommended, as walk-ins
will only be accepted if time permits. Residents
should call 211 to schedule an appointment, and
appointments are already being booked.
Residents can find out more about the pro-
gram, make their appointment and find out what
to bring to the appointment by calling United
Way's 24-hour information line 211. Informa-
tion can also be found at www.getyourEITC.
com.
United Way of North Central Florida is ad-
vancing the common good by creating oppor-
tunities for a better life for all by focusing on
the three key building blocks of education, in-
come and health. United Way recruits people

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THURSDAY, JA.i. 26, 2012 I'Usio Cou-n TIMtES 3A


Sardis ministry builds


wheelchair ramp


Members of Sardis Baptist Church Doug Green, Spencer Green, Bo Hersey, Dwain
Ellis, Thomas Fortner, Steve Billman, Jeff Davis, Brodle Ellis, Gene Gordon and Walty
Mooneyham work together to build a wheelchair ramp. This is one of many projects
that are done to assist members of the community.


BY TIFFANN CLARK
T.nm Ew::_.

Members of the Sardis Bapoii
Church in Worthington Spnngc
recently came together to aLsist
members of the co-mmunit[ b%
building a heelchair ramp o'nto
their home. This 5 as one o man~ n
projects completed by the church
to help people in need.
On Jan. 21. the Sardis Mission
Project Ministr met in Lake
Butler to build the wheelchair
ramp. Eleven members cf the
ministry. ere present and the
results %ere "the Lord's work."
according to the builders.
Individuals involved "ere:
Jeff Davis, Doug Green, Wally


M~xKciAm, DhIam in Mis,.
Spc-.er Green. 3', Hercs\.
Thm.oLs -orner. Brn.lie Blits.
Ted Bartbr. Ste'e Billman and
Gene Gordon.

Ac,.ording to members oof
the church. the quarter\ Sardis
Mission Project Ministri \%as
formed several \ars back to
provide help to residents 'who
could not afford the cost of a
ramp. a roof repair, etc. The
-"ord of mouth" advertisement
from members of the church and
other count\ residents lets the
community know w"ho to contact
when help is needed.
Hersey.the group's coordinator
contacts the people requesting


help and m.iAcs .a sur:c\ 11
prv'jtYl site Once a quanrc. ":c
ministry members meet r clJis .
the possible nmsMosi s and ', ;:.,
w ill be the priority\ 'omnclt::'c
more than one project: is dJ'nc !.'r
quarter and emergncix', pr, c,:'.
are sometimes done as -\!1l

The team of sardis b..Kxr'
said the\ would like to ei\l .:
special thanks to the Thonm.'>c
of Providence for allow'in ::-.c
ministry to purchase mnaten.i .:
a discounted rate.
Information on thee prc,_i ;s
can be found b\ contactiniif S.i.d11
Mission Project MNinistr
calling the Sardis Bapitis t' c h ,
office at 386-496-3(S5


Cunningham announces


candidacy for clerk


(The following is an
announcement of intention to run
for public office. submitted by the
candidate.)
Pat Cunningham announced
his candidacy for position of
clerk of courts, a seat presently
held by Regina H. Parrish, who
is retiring at the end of this term,
January 2013.
Since July 1998, Cunningham
has held the position of budget
analyst with the Union County
School Board. Prior to acceptance
of this position, Cunningham
wascemployed as a classification
officer at RMC inLake Butler
for four years.
Cunningham graduated from
Union County High School in
1989. He received an associate's
degree at Lake City Community
College, and a bachelor's of
business administration from the
University of North Florida in
1993. He is also a state certified
building cdintiaefr.'"'
Cunninghh'fi"' harried 'to
Talisha Harrison Cunningham,


UC Historical
Society seeks
memorabilia
The Union County Histori-
cal Society is seeking historical
items for its museum. Donations
can be made every Monday from
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The museum is located in the
Townsend Building on S.R. 100
in Lake Butler.


a dentist, and has two children,
Brooklyn, 10, and Harrison, 5.
Cunningham is the son of Fred
and Jackie Cunningham of Union
County.
Cunningham and his family
are members of Harmony
Freewill Baptist Church. They
are also involved in numerous
community activities.
Cunningham said, "Along
with my finance and business
experience, I believe I have
the attributes necessary for the
important position of clerk of
the court. I have always strived
to be honest, forthright, fair and
courteous with all those I come
in contact with. I assure you that
I will bring each of these qualities
to this office. I also believe that
my contractor's knowledge will
be an asset in county building
and maintenance projects."
A team player, Cunningham
said he feels, he will be able to
work welf l'ith the Board of
County Cdffinissi6ners, the
judiciary and other entities.


-try, located at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is in desperate need
of food donations. The -pantry
is also requesting donations of
heaters.
The pantry hours have changed
due to the cold weather and it
is now open every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday from 10
a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations may be
dropped off directly at the pan-
try, at Roberts Insurance or the
Union County Times.


UC Food Businesses
Pantry in remain open
'need of during
donations construction
The Union County Food Pan- Sunrise Food Mart, Hungry
Howie's Pizza and Subs and TD
Bank are open during construc-

TAX
Continued from 2A

and organizations that bring the
passion, expertise and resources $339,950
needed to get things done. I'nit- 4 bed, 21
ed Way of North Central Florida th xrs, 5
serves six counties: Alachua, barn/worl
Bradford. Dixie. Gilchrist, Levy MLS# 32
and Union. For more information
)our local United Way. please Custom l
visit: www.unitedwavncfl.org. lHendrick
t Classic C
What is the Earned Homes
Income Tax Credit? 5 00
The EITC. sometimes called Angie Hendricks, Realto
EIC. is a refundable federal in- M obile: (386) 623 -18
come tax credit for low to moder-
ate income working people. It is
one of the country's largest anti-
povertn programs. It was created
in 1975 to offset Social Securit ,i
taxes and also to provide an in-
centive to "ork.
To quality. you must file a tax
return and meet certain require- The Meadowview
ments. including: having worked 15.0 i nc
during the tax year and hav-
ing a household income under 1/2 ac. Lot
S50.000. Credit amounts vary b\ 3 Beds 2 Baths
number of children in the house- Vood Cabinets
hold and marital status., i
Those who qualify could be faulted Ceiling
eligible to receive a federal tax Garage
credit of up to S5.751 for a fam- Well & Septic ,
ily with three children.
Source: IRS www.HendricksCustomHo


Pat Cunningham


Cunningham said, "I look
forward to working with the
citizens of Union County as we
strive to keep Union County
one of the best-kept secrets in
Florida."


tion. Please visit the City of
Lake Butler website, www.cityo-
flakebutler.org for updates on
the construction in the city next
week. If you have any questions,
please contact city hall at 386-
496-3401.


WS council
seat open
Notice is hereby given as
provided by the Charter of
the Town of Worthington
Springs, that an appointment
will be made to fill Council
Seat #1 which was vacated
by resignation on Jan. 3. The
appointment will be for the
remainder of the current term.
Worthington Springs
residents who are interested
in serving their community
on the Town Council are
encouraged to contact Mayor
Shane Massey for more
information and instructions.
Prospective council
members will be asked
to introduce themselves,


Babe Ruth
registration
dates set
Union County Babe Ruth Base-
ball Association has set its regis-
tration dates for the 2012 spring
season. Registration will be held
every Friday from 5-8 p.m. and
Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
through Feb. 4, at Spires IGA.
The cost for all ages is $80.

Financial assistance is avail-
able but you must apply. Reg-
istration is for all kids who turn
five before May 1, and applicants
cannot turn 16 before then. There
will be no late registration.

Anyone interested in coaching
must fill out an application. For
more information email union-
countybaberuthbaseball@yahoo.
com.

UC library
board meets
The board of the Union County
Public Library has a meeting on
Monday, Jan. 30, at 5 p.m. at the
library. The meeting, is open to
the public.

Girl's softball
signups
in progress
Girls softballfor ages 8-16 will
continue signups every Saturday
until Feb. 11, from 9 a.m. to
noon at the OJPhillips Softball
Complex .


Worspr i t* Moauwse oftezrd...
: Someure this wei

The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to attend the church of your choice!


their interest, and tili
qualifications to the c.ounil'
at its next public ncc ii, on
Tuesda.\Feb. 7. at 7:30 p ill


The deadline to
Mayor Massey and
your interest in
considered is -rida\.
at 5 p.m.


cOt tI't,,

an lll2
.IM, 2)7.


Please call 386 49
4476 and leave your n.mic.
telephone number, and thc
best time for your call to IK
returned.

Thank you in ad ance
for your consideration and
willingness to serve.


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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012


SComputers, website

Improve services


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times EJitor

Checking out boks .at the
local library is normal\ %iecwed
as the purlrs of ha% inga hlibran
card. Howcler. the I'nion
Count\ Public Librarn attempts
to inform each cardholder that
there is so much more to it.
The Emil\ laber Public
Library of Baker Count\,
the Bradford Count\ Public
Library, and the Union Count\
Public Library are all members
of the New Ri\ er Public Librarn
Cooperative. An\ person \ho
holds a library card from an\
of these libraries has a \ariet\
of options available to them.
and can access the books and
materials at an\ of the three
libraries.
A libran card is the ke\ to
library sources, not just at the
library but in \our home as
%well. CDs, DVI)s and online
resources are available to all
cardholders. There are also
different learning libraries on
the website to assist children
and adults of all ages. Fhe
library also has a bookmobile
that travels around the count)
to make checking out a txokk
more convenient.
In addition, libraries in Baker
and Union counties recently
installed new computer
equipment.for public use.
According to the Union
County Public Library, two
computers in each library
distribute Internet access to
individual workstations. Each
user has access to the Internet
and the library catalog, as
well as all the other online


The Union County Public Ubrary recently received new computers. Use of the computers and the Internet is one of
the many benefits of being a card holder at the UCPL


Students help students with 'drop the change'


BY TAMMY SULSONA
Special to the Times
Union County High School
students and faculty "dropped
the change" and gave $653.16 to
help students at UCHS and their
families who are in need. The
fundraiser was sponsored and
organized by the UCHS Student
Council.
Kelly Dorsey's jazz band class
collected the most money out of


all third period classes totaling
$82.85. The class of Ramona
Johns and David Reed, came
in second with their collection
of $63.25. Wanda Clark and
Michael Ruszkowski finished
in third with their collection of
$56.46.
The funds were used to assist
two families who needed help
paying their electric bills and
were in danger of losing service.
In addition, some of the funds


were used to purchase winter
jackets, scarves and gloves for a
number of students that did not
have them and their families were
not able to purchase the items.
The school also assisted a
family by helping them purchase
gifts for their children, since
they could not afford even basic
or simple items for Christmas.
Another student was assisted
with the purchase of glasses,
since the family is not able to


provide them at this time.
1 feel so proud to be a member
of a school community that cares
and shows compassion for others.
Thank you, UCHS students and
faculty who raised this money
for such a worthy cause.
We would also like to thank
Jennifer Shannon who worked
tirelessly to find assistance for
students and their families in the
school district who are in need.


Ford scholarship available to UC FFA students


Frank Bisacky of Murray Ford
Mercury has announced the deal-
ership will join Ford Motor Com-
pany in its ongoing commitment
to the National FFA.
Ford has committed to a 15th
year of the Built Ford Tough
FFA Collegiate Scholarship Pros
gram, which will award $1,000
scholarships to hundreds of FFA
members, each co-sponsored by
Ford dealers like Murray Ford
Mercury.
Ford has supported the Nation-
al FFA since the first F-Series


School

news...
last week's LBES Tiger
Cub names were: Makayla
Nelson, Bryce Sanders, Randa
(Gotdwin. Hayden Whitehead,
Kinzlee Bryant, Natalie Waters,
Kandace Smith, Eli Roberts,
Dajah Jenkins, Daniel Velasquez,
Hailey Thornton, Elizabeth Carr,
Jackson Romrell, Evan Hall,
landon Biddix. Curran Webb,
Tyler Nelson, Aaliyah Sellers,
Yasmine Givens, Jeremiah
tilaspy, Delaney Sweat, Keaton
Jarvis. E'shawna Rollins, Cole
Anderson-Davis and Max
Newman.
The deadline to submit the
fourth grade "first-day-of-
schootl" photos is Tuesday, Jan.
31. Pre-orders for the 2011- 2012
I.HES e\arbooks are still being
accepted for $30 each. Cash and
checks made payable to LBES
are accepted. Order forms are
av ailable in the office,
With the recent drop in
temperatures it is important
that students arrive at school no
earlier than 7:20 a.m. The first
bell rings at 7:55 a.m. and the
tard\ bell rings at 8 a.m. On
frigid mornings. students are
directed to Iarious classrooms
per grade level. In these weather
conditions, school staff members
do not w'%ant children waiting
outside in the cold.
Due to the winter season, the


truck was introduced in 1948,
and has sponsored the Built Ford
Tough collegiate scholarship pro-
gram since 1997. The program,
equally funded by Ford Motor
Company and Ford dealers, has
awarded almost $6.5 million in
scholarships to FFA members.
Murray Ford Mercury is spon-
soring the Built Ford Tough col-
legiate scholarship program for
Bradford Higl cho61 in' Starke
and Union County High School
in Lake Butler. For the 2011-
2012 school year, the dealership


Tiger Up Morning Mile walking
program will be cancelled until
the end of February. The school
store, which is usually held under
the PE pavilion will now be held
in the cafeteria.
In addition, most teachers
will opt to hold "indoor" recess
versus taking children outside on
very cold days. It is absolutely
vital that students come prepared
for cold-weather changes every
day. Children are urged to dress
in layers so they will feel more
comfortable in the classroom.
Unfortunately, it is during
times like these that students
lose many of those accessories.
If your child has misplaced
something, please stop in and
check the lost and found, which
is located on the back side of the
LBES cafeteria. This can be done
any time between 7:20 a.m. and
4 p.m.
If you have any questions or
concerns, please contact 386-
S496-3047.
The 50 Point Book Club is de-
signed to acknowledge LBES'


is helping two local students at-
tend the college of their choice.
To be eligible, FFA members
must submit an online 2012
scholarship application at www.
ffa.org and take the required sig-
nature page to Murray Ford Mer-
cury for the dealer endorsement
and official dealer code.
"We're pleased to be able to
support the local chapter and
Ford Motor Company in its
strong commitment to the Na-
tional FFA," said Bisacky. "All
our previous scholarship recipi-


top readers in the Accelerated
Reader program. Students that
have earned 50 points and


ents tell us how grateful they are
for the financial support and how
the FFA experience has changed
their lives.

S"Visit any local farm and you
can see that trucks-particularly
F-Series-play an integral role
in the agricultural industry,"
said Bisacky. "We want to help
these future leaders succeed and
become our customers from the
start of their careers t6the encd-
just like many of their parents
and grandparents."


maintained an average of 80

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subscription databases that the
libraries pro% ide. A large print
format is available for those
w ho need that format.
As before, time limits to the
use o0 computers appl\. Space
is limited as there are more
users than equipment and time.
The ne\\ system also includes
print management so users
know .what the\ are printing
and how much it w ill cost.
Users log in with their library
card and PIN which links to
the library card system. All
personal information is deleted
fr6m the workstation when
each user logs off. Staff can
administer computer use from a
central workstation.
Four computers replaced 17
computers in the two libraries.
Fewer computers mean less
heat gain in each building and a
lower cost for electricity .
The new system is from
Useful and was funded under
the provisions of the Library
Sen ices and Technology
Act, from the Institute of
Museum and Librar Ser\ ices.
administered by the Florida
IDepartment of State, Division
of Library and Information
Services. This grant was
awarded to the New River
Public Library Cooperative on
behalf of all three libraries.

The benefits of being a
member of the library are
endless. The Union County
Public Library continues to
expand its service with different
activities, events, and more.
For more information contact
the library at 386-496-3432 or
at www.newriver.lib.fl.us.


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THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012 UNhlo COL'7n TIMES SA


LET: HeyS J. SCHOOL
ftempts to hold up ht
record bretg 26-pound Contiued from SA
cabebge to how tt off.


Record-

breaking

cabbage

grown here

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

A new Forida record was
set with a very large 26-pound
cabbage on Jan. 23.
Henry J. Williams of
Worthington Springs brought the
massive cabbage up to Williams
LP Gas to have it weighed on a
state-certified scale. Williams
said that he fertilized this cabbage
no differently than all the other
produce he had in his garden and
that it had only been watered by
rainfall.
The last sizable cabbage record
was in 2007 and was only 20
pounds according to University
of Florida Agronomy and
Commercial Horticulture Agent
Jacque Breman.


percent or hi her Ail s: h.e -*:c.r
pixots displNaei :;n the cj afcicn.
and recipe a special mrcia' iion .:
the foufnh n ne ucte c.cxmorr.
GcJ sals u il e pttikJ on he
phc they reach 100 points.
The 50 Point Bxi Club
members at this point are a
folloYvs: J.B. Goduin. Bdili
Hinson. Brncen Pea ck. Lana
Sapp. Dylan Snyder and Daniel
Stone.
The Miss U-Co-High pageant
%uill be held on Thursday. Jan.
26. at 7 p.m. at the high school
auditorium. Admission will be
$5.

Gator baseball

trfouts set
S North Florida Gators
Baseball group will be holding
spring travel ball tryouts for all
area kids between the ages of 7-
10 beginning April 30. All are
invited who are interested in
learning and playing advanced
baseball in a team-focused
environment.
NFG baseball is a nonprofit
organization that allows players
to compete against the best talent


a.-a21\ and around the state. NFG
.a' s in premier area tournaments
As i cli as local leagues. Trnouts
fr :,c 8-and-under (8LU). 9U.
- t' teams %ill take place on
,-.r,~i\. .Jan- 28. from 10 a-m.-2
p m at Memorial Fields in High
Sprinngs.
You ma also learn more
aNuml the organization and
JwnlkuJd a registration form
'i\ iitin the website at U .
northfloridagatorsbaseball.
ecNi cornm.


Host an

exchange

student
World Heritage Student
Exchange Program. a nonprofit,
public-benefit organization, is
seeking local host families for
high school boys and girls from
Scandinavia, France, Germany,
Ital\. Thailand, China, South
Korea, and the former Soviet
Republics. Students are already)
awaaiting word on their host
families for the 2012-2013
academic school year. Host
families provide room, board,
and guidance fora teenager living
thousands of miles from home.
Couples, single parents, and
families with or without children
in the home are all encouraged to
apply.


The exchange students am\
from their home counirn -hohnl
before the 2012-2013 school
.ear begins and each World
Heritage student is full\ iMnured.
brings higher own prroal
spending money and cy t'Cts t,
bear his her share of houschold
responsibilities. as \cli as
being included in no'rmul lamilN
active itics and litfest\ Is
If lou arc interested in op ngin
\our home and sharnng \ur
family life iith a youngg peron
from abroad. please call lkcal
Area Represcntati\e Diana
Capito at 904-553-9172 or loll
free at 1-800-888-9040. 0 \\v..
Shhdsts.com.


Gainesville

Gators fast

pitch softball

tryouts set
The Gaines\ille Giaton. l.ft
pitch softball for ages 12 and
under will be holding Irouts on
Saturday Jan. 28, at 9 30 a in
at the girls club in Gainsc ille.
Surrounding counties are
invited to come tri out. For nmoic
information contact lomm\
Nettles at 386-496-3749 or 3S86
867-1506.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2008-CA-0037
SEC.
CITIMORTGAGE, INC
Plaintiff,
A
PATRICIA A THORNTON
A/KA PATRICIA THORNTON;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF PATRICIA
A. THORNTON A/K/A PATRICIA
THORNTON; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY. THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM
AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS;
JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE
AS UNKNOWN TENANTS IN
POSSESSION.
Defendantss. 1
NOTICE OF-SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Grantiag
Plaintiff's Motion to Reschedule
Foreclosure Sale dated January 11,
2012, entered in Civil Case No. 63-
2008-CA-0037 of the Circuit Court of
the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for
Union County, Florida, wherein the
Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to
the highest bidder for cash on the 15"
day of March, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. In
the front lobby of the Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Bitler, Florida 32054, relative
to the following described property
as set forth in the Final Judgment, to
wit:
PARCEL B: A PARCEL OF LAND
LYING, BEING AND SITUATE IN
SECTION 26, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
RANGE 19 EAST, UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCINGATTHE NORTHEAST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 26AND
RUNS SOUTH 89 DEGREES 43'08"
WEST, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID SECTION 26, A DISTANCE OF
30.01 FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
00 DEGREES 54'28' WEST, ALONG
A LINE 30.00 FEET WEST OF, WHEN
MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES
THERETO. AND PARALLEL WITH,
HE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION
26. A DISTANCE OF 540.81 FEET;
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 5428" WEST,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID LINE
PARALLEL WITH THE EAST LINE
OF SECTION 26. A DISTANCE OF
518.67 FEET: THENCE CONTINUE
RUNNING' SOUTH 00 DEGREES
54'28' WEST. CONTINUING ALONG
SAID LINE PARALLEL WITH THE
EAST LINE OF SECTION 26. A
DISTANCE OF 134.00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING: OF
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND. THENCE
CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH
00 DEGREES 5428' WEST
CONTINUING ALONG SAID LINE
PARALLEL WITH THE EAST LINE
OF SECTION 26. A DISTANCE
OF 20871 FEET. THENCE RUN
SOUTH 87 DEGREES 49'20' WEST.
A DISTANCE OF 20871 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
54'28' EAST. A DISTANCE OF
208 71 FEET. THENCE RUN NORTH
87 DEGREES 49'20' EAST. A
DISTANCE OF 208 71 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING
TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT
TO A 30 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS. EGRESS AND PUBLIC
UTILITIES OVER AND ACROSS A
PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE IN SAID
SECTION 26. MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS.
COMMENCING AT THE AFORESAID
NORTHEAST CORNER OF
SECTION 26 FOR THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE HEREINAFTER
DESCRIBED 30 FOOT EASEMENT.
THENCE RUN SOUTH 00
DEGREES 5428' WEST. ALONG
THE EAST LINE OF SAID SECTION
26. A DISTANCE OF 1577 17 FEET.
THENCE RUN SOUTH 87 DEGREES
49'20" WEST. A DISTANCE OF 30 04
FEET. THENCE RUN NORTH 00
DEGREES 54 28' EAST PARALLEL
WITH SAID EAST LINE OF SECTION
26. A DISTANCE OF 1578 16 FEET
TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 26.
THENCE RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES
43"08' EAST. ALONG SAID NORTH
LINE OF SECTION 26. A DISTANCE
OF 30 01 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE HOME
VINISERIAL# GAGMTD07345A AND


GAGMTD07345B.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, f any, other.
than the property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact:
Ms. Jan Phillips. ADA Coordinator
Alachua County Courthotlqe,
201 University Avenue
.Gainesville, FL 32601
Phone: (352) 337-6237
at least 7 days before your scheduled
court appearance, or immediately
upon receiving this notification if the
time beforethe scheduled appearance
is less than 7 days; if you are hearing
or voice impaired, call 711.
DATEDAT LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
THIS 13" DAY OF JANUARY, 2012.
Crystal Norman
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
1/19 2tchg 1/26-UCT
IN THEVCIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
.,IN AND FOR JIQU COUNTY,
S -FLORIDA..
CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-0075
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
UNDER THE POOLING AND
SERVICING AGREEMENT DATED
AS OF NOVEMBER 1, 2005,
GSAMP TRUST 2005-WMC2,
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
CHARLES ALVAREZ A/K/A
CHARLES A. ALVAREZ, ET AL.
DEFENDANTSS.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure
dated January 18, 2012, in the
above action, twill sell to the highest
bidder for cash at Union, Florida,
on Thursday, February 23, 2012, at
11:00 am., at foyer of courthouse, 55
W. Main St., Lake Butler, FL 32054,
for the following described property:
Lot 21, SHAW'S ADDITION TO LAKE
BUTLER, according to a plat filed on
December 13, 1974 and recorded in
Plat Book I, Page 21, Public Records
of the Circuit Court, Union County,
Florida, in Section 31, Township 5
South, Range 20 East.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file
a claim within sixty (60) days after the
sale. The Court, in its discretion, may
enlarge the time of the sale. Notice
of the changed time of sale shall be
published as provided herein.
DATED: JANUARY 19, 2012
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk of the Court
Gladstone Law Group, P.A.
1499 W. Palmetto Park Rd., Ste. 300
Boca Raton, FL 33486
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
Order to participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to you, to
the provision of certain assistance.
Please contact the ADA Coordinator,
Ms. Jan Phillips at 201 E. University
Avenue, Room 410, Gainesville. FL
32601; telephone number 352-337-
6237 within two (2) working days of
your receipt of this notice; if you are
hearing impaired, call the Forida
Relay Services at 1-800-955-8771
(TTY); if you are voice impaired, call
the Florida Relay Services at 1-800-
955-8770.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2011-CA-0047
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC.
7360 S Kyrene Road
Tempe. AZ 85283.
Plaintiff.
v
EZRA E MOCK. MELISSA
L MOCK. FLORIDA CREDIT
UNION. CAPITAL ONE BANK.
N/KA CAPITAL ONE BANK
(USA). NATIONAL ASSOCIATION-
PREMIUM ASSET RECOVERY
CORPORATION. MIDWEST
WHOLESALE HARDWARE.
A/K/A MID-WEST WHOLESALE
HARDWARE. CO. and THE
UNKNOWN TENANT IN
POSSESSION F 16431 SE 83-c
TERRACE. LAKE BUTLER.
FLORIDA 32054.
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT.
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure entered in
the above-capboned action. I will sell
the property situated in Union County.
Flonda descnbed as follows, to wrt


EXHIBIT "A'
Commencing at the intersection
of State Road S-231 and a public
graded road running Southeasterly
from said State Road S-231; thence
run in a Southeasterly direction along
North boundary line of said graded
public road, 210 feet to the Point
of Beginning; thence continue in a
Southeasterlydirection alongtheNorth
boundary line of the graded road, 210
feet; thence run in a Northeasterly
direction, 210 feet; thence run in a
Northeasterly direction parallel with
the North line of the public graded
road a distance of 210 feet; thence run
in a Southeasterly direction, 210 feet
to the Point of Beginning. Contained
within the Government Lot 9, Section
6, Township 6 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
2001, 32X48 JACOBSEN MFG
CLASSIC III MOBILE HOME, SERIAL
NUMBER JACFL23092AB.
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, at Front Lobby
of the Union County Courthouse, 55
W. Main Street, Lake Butler Florida
32054, on the 16" day of February,
2012.
If you are a subordinate lien holder
claiming a right to funds remaining
after the sale, you must file a claim
with the Clerk of Court no later than
60 days after the sale. If you fail to file
a claim, you will not be entitled to any
remaining funds.
Notice to Persons With Disabilities: If
you are a person with a disability who
needs any accommodation in order
to participate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you, to the
provision of certain assistance. Please
contact the Court Administrator's
office not later than seven days prior
to the proceeding.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff:
Timothy D. Padgett, Esq.
Timothy D. Padgett, P.A.
2878 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee, Florida 32308
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 63-2011-CP-0005
DIVISION:
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BRIAN WOODLEY SMITH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Brian Woodley Smith, deceased,
whose date of death was January 8,
2010, is pending in the Circuit Court
for. Union County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 55
W. Main Street, Room 103, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. The names
and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
TH:S NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE. ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publicaton of this
notice is January 26. 2012
Attorney for Personal Representative
Brandon D Beardsley
Attorney for Bran Smrth
Florida Bar Number 0657425
Mowrey Shoemaker & Beardsley
3940 Lewis Speedway Suite 2103
St Augustne FL 32084
Persona Representative
Anneiiese Rebecca Smrth
630 N 3Ave
Saint Chares I!inots 60174
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SUWANNEE RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
PUBUC NOTICE OF
APPLICATION
Notice is hereby g.vrr tiat pursuant
to Chapter 373. Flonda Statutes the
following applicaton for permit was
received on January 18 2012
New River Regional Landfill


Improvements, New River Solid
Waste Association, PO Box 647,
Raiford, FL 32083 has submitted
an application for an Environmental
Resource Permit Number 89-0255M3
for a total project area of 15.9 acres.
The project is located in Township 4
South, ange 21 East, Sections 33,
in Union County.
Interested persons may comment
upon the application or submit a
written request for a staff report
containing proposed agency action
regarding the application by writing
to the Suwannee River Water
Management District, Attn: Resource
Management, 9225 C.R. 49, Lve
Oak, Florida 32060. Such comments
or requests must be received by 5:00
PM within 21 days from the date of
blication.
o furtherpublicnoticewill be provided
regarding this application. A copy of
the staff report must be requested
in order to remain advised of further
proceedings. Substantially affected
persons are entitled to request an
administrative hearing, pursuant to
Title 28, Florida Administrative Code,
regarding the proposed agency action
by submitting a written request after
reviewing the staff report.
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Regional News Section, Bradford
County Telegraph, Lake Region Monitor
and Union County Times.


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904-964-6305 FAX: 904-964-8628 386-496-2261 FAX: 386-496-2858
131 W. CALL ST. 125 E. MAIN ST.
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352-473-2210 FAX: 352-473-2210
7382 SR-21
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The Judgment to Come
In addition to other things Paul spoke concerning, "the judgment
to come" (Acts 24:25). As we consider the judgment to come
we need to realize it will be sudden and unexpected. In I
Thessalonians 5:2-3 we read "the day of the Lord so comes as a
thief in the night. For when they say, 'Peace and safety!' then
sudden destruction comes upon them, as labor pains upon a
pregnant woman." Judgment will take place at a time when
many are not prepared and it will come without any warning
signs. The judgment to come will be a time when the righteous
are rewarded and the wicked punished. In 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9
we read of the reward, "and to give you who are troubled rest,"
and the punishment, "in flaming fire taking vengeance ...
punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the
Lord and from the glory of His power." Let us prepare for that
day.
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.


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B Section Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012 FEATURES
CRIME
I r E T- -S SOCIALS
_REGIONAL NE Ws E
OBITUARIES
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NtWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




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a :.; ,', and officer r-.L: to
w'- who lived in the house
': 27-year-old claimed he
had been in P--n', all rin:h! and
that there was no one else in
the house Bass allowed the
dog and lawmen to search the
house, but the ,ln;ecr; found
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5icne On Jan.
;. de. c.roe Mart .,;:--
intersieed tha' tnc snes wh
told the in>e iga lr she sa
the robber rin te rea of
the store. hen a bicycle
that was . in a ditch and
continue his getawas She
added that the biicle made a
t:rjn.-C noise a5 the J',':-;'
pdJJ.Jd awa .
Lower) wrote in his report
that while he was .;:.-r. .L-A In
the witness, Bass rode b) them
on a bicycle.


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[xke at H-i-,' Lowers
continued, ~md when
tred ba ad lkd at me
she was ohb iously ser
shaken. Her hansb'i to
shake and she became sver
nervous.
The detective repeated the
question.
*I didn't see his face that
good."
Lowery wrote that as Bass
passed by, he heard an odd
li.king sound coming from
the two-wheeler. He .ajin
turned to the witness.


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On Jan. 17 another
showed up at the Star
kparment. He told
ahat as he drove up to I
he saw a black male
the businesses holding
bag. When he ent
sore, the workers t
they had just been rob
addedthat he recalled
a woman shout that
had gotten on a bicy
unlike other onlooker
witness told Lowery
good look at the sjp
picked Bass out of
lineup.


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emTpiI~. c Because the
Witness vkc little Engih-h Low-cr'
e Police obtained the assistance of an
Lower) FBI agent fluent in Mandarin
the store, Chinese. The two men, .',-n:
run n rm with an ATF a.len: interiewed
a black three lt're' workers. The
ered the employ cei s said they
old him recogn:zed the robber as a
bed He regular customer who
Iheanng trelquenred the store ail,3li with
the man his mother IheC also told the
cle. But lawmen the brand of i.t.rrenc
ers, this and wine the mother .ilTw.I
he got a purchased when in the store
'nct and and the) said neither the
a photo mother nor the son had been in
the biiildniii since the holdup.
Lowery wrote that the three
officers then separated the
eniplohcc% and asked each to
view a photo lineup. He wrote
all three iderntilfcd Bas% as the
bandit. In .iddtILn the
workers also obtained for the
detective, video footage of a
man they believed to be the
assailant, and his mrnothir.
tloelher in the store. The
. detective wrote that he
recognized the man in the
video as rinioih. HnBa
The officer then returned to
Bass' house on North
Thompson Street and took the
27-year-old into custody.

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A Hampton man was
ticketed for careless driving
after he crashed his motorcycle
near Sampson Lake Jan. 21.
Michael E. Sutton 1I, 32,
was also cited for driving
without a tag, and operating a
motorcycle without the proper
endorsement on his driver's
license.
According to an FHP report,
Sutton was traveling north on
Southwest 21st Street, a dirt
road, west of the lake and near
Brown Cemetery around 9
p.m. As he reached a turn
toward the right, he drifted to
the left side of the grade and
lost control of the hike in some
soft sand.
Sampson Fire/Rescue and an
emergency medical unit from
Starke responded to the
accident. Medics transprticd
Sutton to Shands UF with
serious injuries. One witness
said the rider was siiinir up
before emLcrgcIniL workers
arrived on scene an
complained of leg pain.


State drops
charges

against
Brooker
woman
BY DAN HII.DI):BR AN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
The State Alltjme'.'s OCf-c:e
has dismissed ..hari c, aidiin-.l
a Brooker woman who was
accused of exploiting an
elderly man.
Sherry Ann Buckland. 40,
was arrested in Au'. for
alteration of a bank note.
exploitation of the elderly less
than S20X)JO .r.:ri! theft and
fraud
A. r'. r to a .' "
office repo). the .ic tm. a
Broker man. had '. r-.!
Buck land by loaning her
money and by pay ng for
repairs on her ,i: .. '1*"s
vehicle. The victimss ': .*'.
claimed that in il Buckland
took one of the victim's
checks, made it out to herself
for $60). then fr.,.:' the
d victim's signature on it
In court papers, the Slate
At orney's Office wrote tha'
there was insufficient es idenct
to support a con iction.


He who has a why to live
can bear almost any how.
-Friedrich Nietzsche


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In His Wakes

receives Youth

ChalleNGe

Award
In His Wakes, a water sports
nminitry that helps at-risk youth
realize that now is their time to
',ar, recently rcceled the 2011
Partnership Award from the
F orida Youth ChalleNGe Acad-
em'
In His Wakes is a ministry of
(Jampion's Heart which offers
young people a Day to Remem-
ber a unique opportunity for
youth to recognize their worth,
identify their passions, and
overcome fears as they move to
a brighter future.
In His Wakes was founded in
2003 by Kristi Overton Johnson.
eight-time world champion
women's slalom skier and 2012
fall of Fame inductee. She has
served more than 10,000 primar-
ify at-risk children worldwide.
Since partnering with the Flor-
ida Youth ChalleNGe Academy
in 2008, more than 1,200 chal-
lenge academy students have
participated in In His Wakes'
Day to Remember events. The
ministry expects to serve an
additional 400 challenge acad-
emy youth through two In His
Wakes events in 2012.
"To watch these youth accept
the challenge to move out on the
water and conquer their fears is
incredible," said Champion's
Heart founder, Johnson. "During
our day on the water, these
young men and women learn
that whether in life or on the
water, victory comes when you
get off the dock-that place of
fear, pride, or complacency. I'm
proud to know these kids and
am excited about their future!"
Johnson said, more than just a
day on water skis, the program
provides an opportunity for par-
ticipants to see that their lives
have purpose and there is hope
no matter how bleak their cir-
cumstances.
By the end of the day, In His
Wakes participants have taken
to the water while learning to
get off the dock and connect to
Jesus, as their ultimate power
source. They leave more confi-
dent in their ability to lead and
succeed.
The challenge academy js, a
voluntary program for at-risk
youth, ages 16-19, from
throughout Florida who have
dropped out of or been expelled
from school. Youth apply to
attend the federal/state-funded
academy. For 5.5 months, par-
ticipants live at Camp Blanding
in a paramilitary environment
while receiving education,
physical fitness, vocational
skills and leadership training.


BMS teacher

takes 4h at

50K trail run
Scott Weispfennig, a teacher
and cross country coach at
i Bradford Middle School,
competed at the Jan. 7
Harbison 50K trail run at
Harbison State Forest in
Columbia, S.C., placing fourth
out of 155 participants.
Weispfennig had a time of
four hours and 31 minutes in
what was his first trail run.
Up next for Weispfennig is a
50-mile race in Florahome on
SFeb. 18.


Brooks and

Buchholtz

graduate basic
Air National Guard Airmen
William E. Brooks and Nathan-
iel L. Buchholtz graduated from
basic military training at Lack-
land Air Force Base. San Anto-
nio. Texas.
The airmen completed an in-
tensive. eight-week program that
included training in military
discipline and studies. Air Force
core values, physical fitness, and
basic warfare principles and
skills.


Bradford HOSA students


perform well at regional event


Champion's Heart founder and president, Kristi
Overton Johnson, receives a Partnership Award from
Maj. Gen. Emmett R. Titshaw Jr.


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Jake Sh:reman. a senior.
placed first in "Researched
Persuasive Speaking." He
discussed "Fat Tax: Fighting
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Faitt and LUnhealths Foods."
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Brianne Clyatt
LA and Michael Smith


jClyatt-Smith to

inarry April 14
: Hardy Clyatt and Rhonda
5lyatt of Lake Butler announce
1he engagement and approaching
inarriage of their daughter,
arianne Clyatt, to Michael
Jmith, the son of Jimmy and
linda Smith of New Bern, N.C.
- The couple met at Southeast-
arn Free Will Baptist College in
3Vendell, N.C.
SThe bride-elect is the grand-
iaughter of Lounell Duncan and
the late Thomas Duncan of
thipley and the Rev. and Mrs.
obby Clyatt of Lake Butler.
the is a 2010 graduate of Union
county High School who also
Attended Southeastern. She will
jonlinue to pursue her college
Education in Indiana.
: The groom-elect is the grand-
ion of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Lrady King of Bridgeton, N.C.,
3lr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith and
arbara Harman of New Bern,
.C. He received a religious arts
Degree from Southeastern and is
currently a youth pastor in Mun-
lie, Ind.
The couple will serve together
at True Light Baptist Church'in
14uncie, Ind.
3 The wedding: will take place
3pril 14, 2012, in Lake Butler.


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said that living is like
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional Ne s/Sports Editor
Fun for outdoors enthusiasts
in a famdy atmosphere-all
free of charge.
Orange Heights Bapust
Church is presenting its Family
Sportsmen Fest this Saturda,.
Jan. 28, at the Triest farm in
Theressa (Southeast 87" Street
off of CR. 18). The event.
which begins at 9 a.m. will
include activities for the whole
family-a BB gun shoot,
turkey shoot, .22 shoot and
skeet shoot, as well as archery,
golf, pony rides, a bounce
slide, taxidermy expo and bass
fishing expo.
All supplies for sporting
events will be provided. Do
not bring firearms.
Prize drawings will feature a
two-man ground blind, digital
game camera, children's bows,
pocket knives, seven-day
vacation package, two weeks
at Camp Good News and $150
taxidermy gift certificate.
The event is free. A
complimentary lunch, catered
by Hills BBQ, will be served
from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.
A special presentation by
Hank Hough and Kingdom
Dogs, a nonprofit ministry
featuring Labrador retrievers,
will follow lunch.
Charles Blackwell, a
member of Orange Heights
Baptist Church, said lie and
other members of the church
would like to see this become
an annual event, but that will
be left up to God.
"I can't say for sure,"
Blackwell said. "It's just
wherever God leads us after
this event."
This will be second
sportsmen event after one was
held in September 2010.
Blackwell, after attending
similar events in cities such as
Jacksonville, got to thinking
that maybe such an event
closer to home would be a
great outreach and ministry for
the church.
"I just felt God leading us to
do so," he said.. "W6 had our
first one (in 2010). I believe it
was a very big success."
The'church did not have the
acreage necessary to hold such
a1 event, but member Ernest
Triest allowed the use of his
land in Theressa. Church


members have been spending
the last four weeks reading
approxumatelt 60 acr's for the
event
Blackwell said the first
event drew 500 to 600 people.
which he considered a good
turnout for a first-tume event
This )ear. the church is
anucipating an even larger
crowd.
"We're looking for about
2,000 people. hopefully,"
Blackwell said. -That's what
we're praying for and
preparing for."
There will be several
organizations at the event as
well, including Kristi Overton
Johnson Ministries and
Crosshorn Ministries.
Blackwell said the church
welcomed such ministries to
also take part.
"It's awesome," he said. "It
gives the community more
exposure to those particular
ministries."
For more information on the
Family Sportsmen Fest, please
call 352-468-2752 or 352-376-
5779. You may also visit the
Website www.ohbc.us/
sportsmen.html.
It is suggested visitors bring
lawn chairs.
No alcohol will be
permitted.
It has taken a lot of work to
prepare for the event and it is
an expense, but Blackwell said
he and other members of
Orange Heights Baptist
Church look forward to such
an opportunity to interact with
people.
"We're just going to see
what God does with this,"
Blackwell said. "We're very
excited about reaching a lot of
folks."


Kalyn Jean Reynolds


ShIIan kaoes


Jan. 28 BBQ
fundraiser to
benefit local
student
ambassador
Barbecue dinners will be
sold at Sprinkle Field in Lake
Butler this Saturday, Jan. 28,
to benefit Lake Butler Middle
School student Shilah Eades,
who has been selected for the
opportunity to travel to Europe
this summer as a People to
People Student Ambassador.
Eades, 13, a seventh-grader,
was selected for the program
based on her grades, leadership
ability and civic responsibility.
She will have the chance to
travel to Italy, France, Austria
and Switzerland.
Sales of the barbecue
'dinners will help pay for
Eades' trip. Dinners are $6 and
consist of a sliced pork
sandwich on a kaiser roll,
.barbecue beans and dessert.
Dinners will be available at
10:30 a.m. and sold until
they're gone.
You may order dinners by
calling 352-258-8718.
For more information about
Eades and the People to People
-Student Ambassador program,
or to assist Eades in any way,
please call 386-590-6978. '


Kalyn Reynolds
David and Rebecca Reyn-
olds of Lake Butler announce
the birth of their daughter, Ka-
lyn Jean Reynolds, on Oct 6,
2011, at North Florida Regional
Women's Center in Gainevile.
She weighed nine pounds,
nine ounces and measured 21
inches in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Tom and Karen Jenkins of Lake
Butler. Maternal great-
grandparents were the late Tom
and Crystal Jenkins and the late
Lowell and Helen Waters.
Paternal grandparents are
Tony and Carol Reynolds of
Lake Butler. Paternal great-
grandparents were the late Phil-
ip and Anna Reynolds and the
late Austin and Helen Franklin.


The purpose of life Is a
life of purpose.
-Robert Byrne


editor@ bcteleeraDh.com

Thanks from

Lawtey Rec
Dear Editor:
The Lawtie Recreation De-
partment would like to express
its sincere appreciation and
gratitude for everything the
community has given to the rec-
reation department.
The Christmas panr was a
huge success. With the help of
your generous contributions and
support, we were able to pass
out more than 272 presents to
the children in the community.
During this time, our communi t
showed its true colors by gather-
ing together to help make this
event and other events possible.
There are numerous busi-
nesses, organizations and private
citizens that have contributed to
our organization. Listing them
would probably fill this whole
section of the newspaper, so
having said that, please know
that the men and women of the
recreation department recognize
and appreciate every single do-
nated item, service and financial
contribution that you have given
and we are forever thankful of
your support.
Thank you.
Sabrina Roberts and
Lawtey Recreation
Departmnt board members


Tomorrow is the only day in the year that appeals to a
lazy man.
-Jimmy Lyons


1 erry Vaughan
Supervisor of Elections
P.O. Box 58
Starke,'FL, 32091-0058


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Bobby Alvarez
l ARKEI.-Arthur Robecrt -B,.
Al a.rc., 7', ,f Starkc died Jar
:', 2012 at Wi'nrindl MaS r Nursing
ii .r fi tie "4, a lifetime rcicr-.'
I Stirkc anl a retired engineer fi,.
the l',,rida. I apartment of Tranipr-

He if sur1iced b, three sons,
Ronbrt Albarez d Starke, Bartuo
Lee of, Hampton and Blamne I)al of
Sarkic one: ilter, Barbara Slade of
Starkc and ix grandchildren
A memory al service was held Jan
24 at the Sampson City Church of
God with the Rev Gene Bass odfi-
Liaing Arrangcments are under the
care of Monng Funeral Home of
Melr,.ne


Ruby Crews


Ruby Crews
IAWTEY-Ruby Dean Crews.
72. of Lawtcy, passed away Jan. 17.
2012 at Shands at the University of
Florida She was born in Starke on
Aug. 18. 1939 to the late Odell
(ireen Sr. and Dosha Starling-
Green. Ruby enjoyed cooking. sew-
ing, and loved being outdoors caring
for "her animals. Ruby was also
known as a loving brother, grand-
mother and great-grandmother.
Ruby was preceded in death by:
her husband, John Crews Jr.; daugh-
ters. Rosemary Crews and Elizabeth
Crews; son, Travis Crews; sisters.
Geraldine Green. Janie Green and
Dorothy Green and brother, Odell
Green Jr.
She is survived by: her children,
Roy (Teresa Renee Wright) Crews
qf Lawtey, Rosa Lee Crews and
Jessie Mae Coatney, both of Starke;
14 grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Jan.
20, at Evergreen Baptist Church
Cemetery with the Rev. Wayne
Spratlin officiating.. -rrangements
are under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke, Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.co
m to sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Gregory Faulkner
GAINESVILLE. GA.-Gregory
Faulkner 52. of Gainesville. Ga..
formerly of Starke. died Jan. 21.
2012 at his parents' home in Starke
following a brief illness. Gregory
was born in Starke on Sept. 16.
1959. He has been a resident of
Gainesville. Ga. for the past 14
years and was an inspector for Ku-
'bota Manufacturing. He was pre-
ceded in death by his brother. Mark
Steven Faulkner Sr.
Survivors are: his wife of 27
years, Michele Arroway Faulkner of
Gainesville, Ga.; children. Dana
(Ben) Ramsey of Dublin, Ga..
Sha%%n Gregory Faulkner of
Gainesville. Ga.. Teresa (John)
White of England: parents. William
and Mariam Crawford Faulkner Sr.
of Starke: siblings. Ricky Lamar.
'(l.Ann) Faulkner of Pierson. Ga..
William Joseph "Joey" (Teresa)
Faulkner Jr. and Titnothy Dale


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of My Father

Charles A. Jenkins
USN Retired
June 9, 1909-Jan. 28, 1999
Got a picture ofyou I
carry in my heart,
Close my eyes to see it
when the world gets dark.
Got a memory ofyou I
carry in my soul,
I wrap it close around me
when the lights get cold.
Ifyou ask me how I'm
doing, I'd sayjust fine,
But the truth is, ifyou
could read my mind,
Not a day goes by that I
don 't think ofyou,
After all this time, you 're
still with me, it s true,
Somehow you remain-
locked so deep inside,
Not a day goes by...
Love you and miss you.
Your daughter, Janice


Evelena Johnson
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day Jan "2, fIru, 2 t pm at J
Hadlc" Funeral Home in Stare
Arrangefcnts are ntrusted to J
Hadle) Funeral Home of Starke


Eleanor LeTohic
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Eleanor Avey LeTohic. 96. a long-
time resident of Keystone Heights
went to be with her Lord on Jan. 17,
2012. Mrs. LeTohic was bor in
Brooklyn, N.Y. on July 28, 1925 to
the late Henry Alfred John and Al-
ice MacAlpine Avey.
Becoming a Christian in her teens
eventually led Mrs. LeTohic to be-
come a Sunday school teacher. Her
class consisted of 40 2- to 3-year-
olds. After a period of time, her
experience gave her the opportunity
to share her ideas with other teach-
ers at 15 different Sunday school
conferences. She was a Pioneer
Girl's guide as well. Her deepest
concern was that children and their
parents would come to Jesus, sur-
rendering their lives to Him. Her
life revolved around her husband,
family and guests.
She enjoyed oil painting many .of
the vistas she and her husband Hen-
ry saw during their worldwide trav-
els. They also provided a vacation
spot for their grandchildren in the
Adirondack Mountains of New
York. She was a diligent grand-
mother, even at a distance, always
looking for ways to teach the next
generation. Her life's motto was
"Lord willing," wanting God's will
always. Mrs. LeTohic had struggled
with a trick knee, glaucoma, macu-
lar degeneration and memory loss,
but still had that same "Gentle and
quiet spirit, which is precious in the


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ciautng In lieu e.u: flowers t 'e famli%
has requested that co'tnt.:ion s be
made to the Park of the Palms ALF.
231 Maranatha Road. Kessione
Heights. FL 32656. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Kes-
stone Heights.
PAID OBIUARY


Ellen Northrup


Ellen Northrup
STARKE-Ellen A. Noythrldp
died Jan. 18, 2012 at the age-of 73.
She was a wonderful and cheerful
woman who loved life to the fullest
and was loved by all who were hon-
ored to know her.
Survivors include: six children,
Duane Northrup of Ellijay, Ga.,
Diana Sherris of Eagle Rock, Mo.,
Glen Northrup of Jacksonville,
Vonda Barclay of Oxford, Mich.,
Keith Northrup of Starke and Mark
Hafner of Brant, Mich.; nine grand-
children and three great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services were previ-
ously held on Jan. 21, 2012 at her


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Edward Harvey
PERRY-FA-d ard Ccil Harnc
Sr. 87, of Perr. died Jan 22. 2012
He was rorn in Jackvonuillc. the son
of the late Inrin and Pcar (Cooksc)
Harvey. He was a retired Baptst
rrunster and had lIcd in Pernr for
the past 40 years.
The Rev. Harvey is sunived by:
his sons. Edward (Noni; C. Harvey
Jr. of Perry and Tim (Janice) Har-
vey of Lawtey. 21 grandchildren
and 34 great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by: his
sons. George Harvey and Andrew
Harvey and a daughter, Elizabeth
Harvey Groves.
A graveside funeral service was
held Jan. 25 at Pinkston Cemetery
in Jacksonville. Arrangements are
under the care and direction of
Forbes Funeral Home in Macclen-
ny. Please sign the online guestbook
at www.forbesfuneralhome.net


,i.,-c in S'se In lieu flower-s.
.x,,'.aLuns ma\ be made to Amen-
cri_ Legisn Post 56. PO Box 1215.
S._-.c FL 3_291-1215
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Rhoades
AL.I-ANDRIA. VA -Maru S
RK~a\de as called home to be with
'tre .I.Jrd on Jan 5. 2012. in Alcian-
na.. Va She as the beloved wife
a t trrit G RhoaLes Sr : daughter
,,' Marinn and Helen Wnght Sr..
liong mother of Eerett Glenn
,N;colc Rhoades Jr.. Stephen MNi-
chael iKassici Rhoades and Chns-
topher Alien Rhoades; grandmother
of Grace (4). Lauren (3). Madeln
48 months. Natalie (3) and Ansle\
S1: daughter-in-law of Donald and
Manr Ellen Rhoades; sister-in-lau
of Kathrn Rhoades and sister of
Man in Wnght Jr.
Funeral senices were held Jan.
13 at the To. n and Countr\ Chapel
in Jacksonille and interment fol-
lowed in Riverside Memonal Park.
Memonal contributions ma\ be
made to Teen Mom Outreach.
through First Baptist Church of
Alexandna. 2932 King St.. Alc\an-
dna. VA 22302. Arrangements "ere
entrusted to: Hardage-Giddens
Tlow n and Countr Funeral Home of
Jackson\ ille.
PAID OBITUARY

DeRoy Tyson
STARKE-DeRos T son. 71, of
Siarke died Jan. 22. 2012 at the
Malcom Randall VA Medical Cen-
ter in Gainesville following an ce-
tended illness. He was born on
March 26. 1940 in Starke. Mr. Tv-
son was a member of the New Cov-
enant Baptist Church and was a
Vietnam veteran.
Mr. Tyson was preceded in death
by -his brother. William "Dubb"
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crs. Herbert Tsson of SLtre and
Herman Txson Gotl of Tampa.
carcg sers. (;Genl n and l. o\
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Funeral se ,iccs "%%il be heldJ a;
urdas. Jan 28. at Ne'\ C'Ocru:,
Baptist Church in Starie with FJler
Claude Bonds. culogisl Intmrnni
will follow at Od.fello Cemeters
in Starkc Vis\'iatons will be at the
Cari D. Haile Mecrrwal Chl Chael
Starkc on Fnda.. Jan 2. w"itn
family\ hour frmn 4 to 5 pm .
fnends from 5 to 8 p.m. One howu
pnor to the senrce the family wijl
meet at the home of Mildred Hank-
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rangements are under the direction
of Hale Funeral Home of Sturie

Margaret Vogt
KEYSTONE HtIGHl S--
Margaret H. Vogt died Oct 0. 2011
Funeral sen ices %ill be held I1
a.m Saturday. Jan. 28. at N Wil
laam Catholic Church in Kec\ tone
Heights.

Michelle Warner
STARK .-MMichcl Jewe\l Warn
cr. 47. of Stalke died Jan 13. 2012
at her residence She \was binm in
Pasadena. (alil. on ehb 15. It-4 ,t
l.orene I). Warner and the laie il
liam iF. Warner
She is sunneid b\ her husband.
Gan Scott Iluddleston ol Statre,
her daughters. Robin (Mike) Stanl
ton of Phoenx\. Arn/ and Sommer
Pru)n of I ake iaaasu. Ant her
brother. Mike; her sisters. NickeL
Julic. and Jeniler (John) and one
grandson.
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and direction of Archie Tanner Fu
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THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 5B


HOSA
Continued from 28

sophomore AtNiicc 'alik
placed fir. in "Crcrat '
Problem Sol', ing ihc, had I'
work with the pro blckrm of 'cn
pregnancy
tihc tcaml iOfnitsrifu '
freshmen Jui'rn Parr:h, JaIdcjj
Chandler, DIknrtiha Robinnir
and than Nugcnt placed
ricond in "'rcas:e Problem
Solving I he, alir were
given the problem of tcn
pregnancy
Freshman I ay)lor
Crawford placed second in
"Medical Ph'otoraph;, Heer
photographi inr. luddcJ 'iatt
members from Pcdiatric
Associates, in Starkc
Kristen Hotffer, a
freshman, placed third in
"Medical Photography" tHer
photographs included staff
members at Shands Starke
Regional Medical Center's
operating room and
radiography departments
Senior Jennifer Padilla
placed third in "Prepared
Speaking." Her topic was this
year's HOSA National theme,
"HOSA: It's in Our Hearts to
Keep Yours Beating!"
Senior Kayla Garlo placed
third in "Extemporaneous
Writing." Her topic covered
the use of technology in


This farmers
market vendor,
who sells
crocheted
dollies and
knitted baby,
sweaters, was
one of about 25
vendors at the
Keystone
Heights
S Farmers
Market, despite
= the cold.


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..cd th:rd :n the
( ,r' Health Care

SI Jn:rr B mlrnciha Beard
:._. fourth in
*:::ran'.,nij Hcalth
P.. She cd -her artistic
.. prJc a pwo~tcr on

al.; 'ir Barnce, a
.rc.hmran. placed fifth in the
Concepts of Health Care"
kn'A ,ckdvc tcst.
Thc team consiting of
frcmrnan Chcltc' Ihoma. and
Tphr,,,orc Austin Normran
p .cd fifth im CPR First
Aid "
f-rt second- and third-
plie i&nncrs are eligible to
,.rnmpet in the March 29-April
I State Leadership Conference
in Jacksonvlle. Fourth- and
fifth-place winners are
considcred alternates and will
participate at the state level if
first-, second- or third-place
v winners forfeit their spots.
Other counties competing at
the regional conference were
Alachua, Gilchrist, Levy,
Union. Dixie, Suwannee and
Columbia.

in addition to preparing for
the competitions, HOSA
students have been involved
with other activities this, year,
such as attending the National
Career Pathways Network in


Keystone Farmers

Market in 6th season


BY CHERYL OWEN
Market Manager
The Keystone Heights Farm-
ers Market is in its sixth season.
The market is a city of Keystone
Heights program, originally
founded by Sandy Rogers,
whose vision was that the mar-
ket would provide a healthy
alternative to traditional. stores
by offering fresh vegetables,
locally produced foods and
handmade arts and crafts to the
citizens of the Lake Region.
Rogers hoped it would repre-
sent a step toward sustainability
for the community. A farmers
market was also seen as a way to
draw people downtown and
keep local dollars local.
During the last year under a
new manager, the Keystone
Heights Farmers Market has
.grown from six vendors to more
than 50 during the holiday sea-
son just completed.
Currently vendors offer such
things as baked goods, fruit and
vegetables, honey, eggs'. lamb.
chicken, ground grains, yard art,
outdoor furniture, jeselr., pho-
tography, plants and flowers.
soaps, needle crafts, pottery.
crafts, jams and jellies, sauces.
spices, coffees and prepared hot
foods, such as barbecue. Medi-
terranean and Mexican.
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an array of products that show
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They patiently get up early
every Saturday to set up their
booths and displays, braving
heat, cold, wind and rain. The
vendors also take an active part
in the market's operation.
At vendors' request, the mar-
ket stayed open through a siz-
zling 2011 summer and all day
and evening during the city's
December holiday celebration.
Each week, a vendor is chosen
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See MARkET, 9B


Bradford County students who competed In the Health Occupation Students of America regional conference
Included (front, I-r) Isaac Smith, Jake Shirernan, Jennifer Padilla, Austin Norman, Kristen Hoffer Bernelsha Beard,
Ethan Nugent, (back, 1-r) Koriana Taylor, Stacey Toms, Mallary Perkinson, Taylor Barnes, Taylor Crawford, Chelsey
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Orlando in October and
participating in HOSA Week
the first week in November.
During HOSA Week, the
students planned different
activities for each day. The
first day, students placed
informational cards about
HOSA in each high school
teacher's mail slot at school.
These cards included this
year's HOSA national theme
placed on a cut-out heart with
a candy Life Saver.
The next day, students
prepared and delivered
cupcakes to staff at Windsor
Manor along with a certificate
of appreciation for their
continued support. Another
day, students wore HOSA T-
shirts that were specially
designed by HOSA member
Marlissa Rosier.
Currently, students are
making cancer awareness
bracelets to try and raise funds
in order to participate at the
state competition.
HOSA is the national
organization for secondary and
postsecondary/collegiate


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Bradford
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Students of
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Report:
woman forged

signatures on

petitions
BIY DAN HILDEBRAN
',urlrj r)urnatl _om Fditor
A Bradford sheriffs
,ctlcc'tii arrested a Gainesville
,noman Jan. 18 for allegedly
tal.ifying petition forms.
clnnilfer Joanne Sellers, 34,
.a. charged with larceny,
Iraijd and forgery of a public
do'-cunrict Officials released
tier Jan 21 on a Sl5/XXJ bond.
According to an arrest
report, Sellers was hired to
<.rlcct signatures of Starke
rcpistcred voters for a petition
ithat called on Florida's
Auditor General to examine
the city's books, including
travel expenses and the utilities
accounts.
The victim told investigator
Dave Scholfman that he paid
the woman $1,178 in cash for
the signatures.
According to Schlofman, the
34-year-old admitted to him
that she forged many names on
the f,rms. The investigator
added that Sellers admitted to
a drug problem.
Workers in the Bradford
('ointy Supervisor of
i:lctions office said that of the
1,039 names the victim turned
into their office, only 450 were
valid.
Assistant Supervisor Carol
Milner and Chief Deputy
Arrjanda Seyfang said they
sx<,i became suspicious of the
sigatures because of the high
nulhcer of unacceptable
names.
'.Ve usually get one name or
less per page that isnot valid,"
said Seyfang. "In this case, we
had pages and pages of bad
signatures."
Milner added that she and
Seyfang soon began to see a
p.aern among the dozens of
(0ltion forms.
T'We noticed that the top half
fa page would be in one
iilor ink or in one writing
jile," said Milner, "and the
bottom half of the page would
differentn"
: -However the two elections
workers knew there was a
sious problem when they
c4ae across the name of John
Cftsto who listed an address in
Stirke as his residence. The
p4ir immediately recognized
Cflsto's street number as that
Of their boss, Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan.
he elections chief said he
was surprised by the unskillful
aiture of Sellers' attempt to
6fol his office.
-"As for as fraud goes, she
did a pretty sloppy job," said
!iughan. "I guess she didn't
think that we check the
deinatures," he added. "We


Report: man put
.38 in girlfriend's

face
BY DAN tiLDEbRAN
SStarkeJournal.com Editor
A Melrose man was arrested
after deputies said he put a .38.
caliber gun to his girlfriend's
head ;and threatened to kill her.
Jerem\ J. Hutchinson. 23, was
arrested Jan. 18 for aggravated
assault ssith a firearm, domestic
battery. possession of a firearm
b\ a cony icted felon and witness
tanmpering.
According to a sheriffs office
report, on June 28. Hutchinson
ind the woman were arguing
i\ er alleged infidelities when
the 23-\ear-old shoved the
s(toman against a wall and put
the loaded gun to her head.
'V hen she tried to call for help,
Ituithinson grabbed her cell
phonc and smashed it on the
tf or.


The. victim escaped when a
relative pulled up in her drie-
way and honked a horn.

Taser

employed on

immigrant

after kicking,

spitting on

deputy
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
A rear-end collision at the
intersection of Temple Avenue
and Brownlee Road Jan. 13
resulted in the arrests two self-
described illegal aliens.
Deputy Christopher Bennett
charged Juan Juens, 34, with
battery on a law enforcement
officer and Starke police
officer Joseph Morrell charged
Jose Fernandez, 20, with
driving without a valid driver's
license- habitual offender.
According to court papers,
just before I a.m., Fernandez,
driving a blue Ford
Expedition, rear-ended a
Mercedes-Benz in the left,
northbound lane of the avenue.
When Morrell arrived on the
scene he confirmed that none
of either vehicle's occupants
were injured. He then walked
over to three Hispanic males
who were standing on the
sidewalk beside the Ford.
Fernandez identified himself
as the driver. He along with
two passengers, Juan Juens
and another man who
identified himself only as
Alfredo, told the officer they
were illegal aliens.
Morrell asked the driver if
he had a license to which the
20-year-old replied, "No, it is
suspended." The officer wrote
that he also detected the odor
of alcohol on the driver's
breath and asked him if he had
been drinking.
"Yes," ame the reply.
"Four beers."
Morrell wrote that the driver
refused to take field sobriety
tests. He also refused to give
breath samples.
Bennett wrote in a separate
report that by the time he got
to Brownlee and Temple to
assist Starke police, Officer
Kelli McMahan had already
detained Juens for being
intoxicated and disorderly.
The deputy wrote that soon
after arriving, he heard a
thumping sound and noticed
that McMahan's patrol vehicle
was rocking back and forth.
"I walked over to her patrol
vehicle to check on the well-
being of Juan," he wrote. "He
was sitting on the driver's side,
beating his head on the side
window. I told him to stop."
Bennett added that as the
detainee shimmied over from
the driver's side of the back
seat, to the right side, where
the deputy was standing, the
30-year-old began cursing and
threatening the lawman.
The deputy wrote Juens said,
"that he was from Mexico and
he had connections that would
kill me."
Bennett added that the
immigrant then spit on the


deputy. and kicked h!m on 'he
leg.
"He %as subseq.en:Is 'ased
in the chest." *roe Bennen
"He compiled and siopepd
using profantl)

Report:

inmates found

knife in

courthouse
I1.- 1- I.1; . I


uLi c of Jal's Caro Starihng
d---nbed the knife as a
carpn'r s tool and speculated
: Aas fei behind bs a worer
d~rang ,-ou~rhou- costruluton
of repairs.
Afer depuues found the
knife in Whitfield's mattress.
the 23-ear-old told an
investigator he did not know
where it came from and
surm.ed that an inmate horn
%#as temporanl% housed in his
quarters left the weapon in the
wedding.


nouiung cell
BY DAN HILDEBRAN Lawtey man sen-
StarkeJournal om Eduor ,, 4,,l M R Q


Four Bradford jail inmates
found a knife in a courthouse
holding cell while awaiting
Jan. 3 court appearances and
two of those inmates smuggled
the weapon back into the
Temple Avenue lockup.
Telvin Rudolph Sweeting,
19, and Marcus Terrell
Whitfield, 23, were both
charged with introducing
contraband into a correctional
facility. Whitfield was also
charged with possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon.
According to a sheriffs
office report, the two inmates,
along with two others, were
awaiting court appearances
when they noticed the top
grating of the cell they were in
was not bolted down.
Whitfield found the knife
within the grating. He hid the
blade in a crack in the floor
when he went into court, then
slipped it into his sock before
returning to the jail.
In addition to finding the
knife in the grating, the
inmates also tried to remove a
ceiling tile above the holding
cell but cracked the tile in the
process. Two of the prisoners
later told investigators they
never intended to attempt an
escape.
Soon after the quartet
fractured the ceiling tile, a
courthouse deputy later saw
pieces of the topside lying on
the grating. Sheriffs Captain
Brad Smith said the deputy's
observation, along with other
intelligence the office
received, prompted a mass
search throughout the jail,
leading to the discovery of the
knife as well as other
contraband.


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ning from deputy
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournalcom Editor
A Lawltey man who led a
deputy on a 120 mph chase from
Starke to Lawte% was sentenced
to 18 months in prison.
Jacob S. Henderson pleaded
no contest to driving with a sus-
pended license, resisting an of-
ficer without violence and flee-
ing or attempting to-elude at
high speeds.
According to a sheriff's office
report, Deputy Christopher Ben-
nett clocked Henderson at 78
mph in a 55 mph zone, south-
bound on U.S. 301,just north of
Lawtey on May 12.
The deputy pursued the 33-
year-old and caught up with him
as the two approached Starke.
Henderson pulled his white,
Chevrolet Impala into the left
turning lane of U.S. 301, as if he
were making a turn onto Market
Road. The deputy wrote that
after the Chevrolet -stopped, he
walked up to the vehicle, but
when he got to the rear of the
Impala, Henderson made an
abrupt U-turn, and headed back
toward Lawtey.
Bennett wrote that he glanced
at his speedometer several times
while chasing the Chevrolet
north, and noted he reached 120
mph during the chase.
As the pair approached Law-
tey, Henderson turned right onto
C.R. 200B, and soon thereafter
lost control of the Impala and:
crashed into a ditch. He then
jumped out of the car and fled
into the woods. Bennett contin-
ued the chase on foot, and wrote


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.nat during the pursuit. Hender-
son looked back at the officer
several times, giving Bennett a
'Wod kok at the suspect.
The deputy lost contact ith
thc susppe,:t in the woods. How-
ecr. after other units arrived on
scene, one officer ran a tag of
the Impala and discoscred it had
been rented The rental compa-
n, gase deputies the address of
the person w ho rented the %ehi-
cle and % hen Sgt. RickN Crews
searched the Lake Street house,
he found Henderson hiding in
the bathroom. Bcnn:ea w rote that
% hen the Sgt. found the 33-year-
old. Henderson was sweating,
had tree branches in his hair, and
scratches on his legs and arms.
Henderson's criminal record
includes convictions for burgla-
ry, driving with a suspended
license, possession of a con-
trolled substance without a pre-
scription, fleeing or attempting
to elude, sale of cocaine, posses-
sion of a controlled substance
with intent to sell. and battery.

Police: identity

thief swiped 19

iPads
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
An Alachua man's scheme to
fraudulently acquire, then sell
Apple iPads, came to a halt it,
Starke after a manager called
police.
Howard Nadler, 51 was ar-
rested for fraud and for contrib-
uting to the delinquency of a
minor;
According to a police report,
the store manager of Starke's
Walmart called police after a
customer told him that her bank
account had been improperly
charged by the retailer for the
purchase of an iPad. The man-
ager discovered that Nadler was
listed as an alternate pickup per-


son for the purchase. The man-
ager also found that Nadler had
picked up two previous tablet
from the store and was sched-
uled to pick up an additional two
iPads at a later date.
When the 51-year-old arred
at the Starke retailer to claim the
merchandise. Officer Chad
Howecll detained him. The sus-
pect admitted to officers that he
had repeated his scam through-
out the state, acquiring the de-
vices with a retail value of oser
$800 and selling the boxed mer-
chandise to a Gaines ille pawn
shop for $450 a piece.
Police found in the suspect's
wallet, receipts for 19 iPads.
How ell added the charge of con-
tributing lo the delinquency% of a
minor because Nadler brought
along his 15-year-old son to the
Starke Walmart when he tried to
pick up the iPad on Jan. 14.

Couple argues

over taxes,

woman arrested
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Starke police jailed a 23-
year-old woman after she lost
her temper during an argument
over filing income taxes.
Yontekwa Marel Albritton,
23, was charged with batter).
According to a Starke police
report, Albritton and the father
of her children were arguing on
Jan. 18 about the federal levy.
According to the victim, the 23-
year-old struck him. threw his
clothes outside, poured bleach
on his apparel, then hurled dish-
es at him.
One police officer wrote that
she observed several broken
plates on scene when she ar-
rived.
The victim told the officer
that he was moving to Jackson-
ville.


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Jc1IIAI


Police: mother

left children

home alone
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal com Editor
Starke police arrested a 25-
ycar-old mother after the
woman allegedly left her two
children alone for nearly three
hours
Miriam Christna Perry
Polk, 25, was charged with
child neglect without great
harm.
According to a police report.
officer Kelli McMahan. around
5:30 on Jan. 15. received
information that Polk had left
her two children alone for over
an hour and-a-half.
The officer found the two
siblings, the oldest of whicfi
was seven, in an apartment
complex parking lot 30
minutes later. McMahan wrote
that because of the cool
weather, and because the
children were in shorts and
short-sleeve shirts, she
accompanied them to their
apartment to retrieve their
jackets. The children couldn't
find additional clothing. The
officer wrote in a report that
while waiting at the door, she
saw a bottle of vodka on a
coffee table, within reach of
the children.
McMahon wrote that at
6:45, Polk rode up to the
complex on her bicycle, along
with a friend. The mother told
McMahan that she had only
been gone for 20 minutes and
that she left her children in the
care of another child.
However the officer told Polk
that she had been on scene 45
minutes and that the child
allegedly watching Polk's
denied the mother asked her to
care for the pair.
McMahan also charged the
25-year-old with failure to
appear for a charge of driving
with a suspended license. The
officer left the two children in
the care of an aunt and notified
a state abuse- hotline of the
incident: =. :ze" r t' -:

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:

Yontekwa Marel Albritton,
23, of Raiford was arrested I
Jan. 18 by Bradford deputies |
for battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
Jan. 19.
James Martin Anderson, 55,
of Lawtey was arrested Jan. 20
by Starke police for driving
,with a suspended license-
habitual offender. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released Jan. 21.
Lisa Ann Avalos, 44 of
Alachua was arrested Jan. 16
by Union deputies for failure


to appear.
Timothy Delancie Bass, 27.
of Starke was arrested Jan. 17
bn Starke police for use of a
firearm during a felony,
improper exhibition of a
firearm, robbery with a
firearm, commission of a first-
degree felony with a firearm
and possession of a firearm by
a convicted felon. Bond was
set at 5270,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Bernard Vantaurous Beard,
25, of Starke was arrested Jan.
21 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $25,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Kenneth Blair, 67, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 19 by Clay deputies for
two counts of sexual battery.
Ronda Kimberly Bryant, 39,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 22
by Bradford deputies for
fleeing and eluding, DUI and
driving with a suspended
license. Bond was set at
$15,000 and she was released
Jan. 23.
Tamara Lee Burgess, 20, of
Waldo was arrested Jan. 19 by
Bradford deputies for two
felony probation violations.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
she was released Jan. 19.
Priscilla Lynn Curtis, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 22 by Starke police for
failure to appear, fraudulent
use of a credit card, and
larceny. Bond was set at
$36,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.
Joshua Jaye Davis, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
18 by Union deputies for petit
theft and burglary.
Russell Degregory, 56, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by Clay deputies Jan. 18 for
failure to appear.
Carlos Antwan Doyle, 25, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 21 by
Bradford deputies for carrying
a concealed weapon. Bond was
set at $15,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Kevin James Eaves, 32 of
Starke was arrested Jan. 17 by
Starke -police for_ a felony
probation violation. He
remained in jail as of press
time.


Only


Lam Daid F shburn. 14. of
Starke, was arrested Jan b;.
Starke police for dri : 'A '.!! a2
suspended !cerse B cr.d ai
set at SI1.X00 and he reta.r2.e--
in jail as of pfts irme
April F c-rs !s. ,"
Kesstone Hcight- was r s :ct
Jan. 19 b. Clay depuu e- for
driving with a suspended
license
Chad Eric Gaskins. 3". of
Lake Cirnt w as arrested J an I
by Lnion deputies for larceny.
Maurice Hankerson. 31. of
Starke was arrested Jan 19 bv
Clay deputies for possession of
less than 20 grams ofcannabis.
Troy Lamar Harris. 19. of
Starke was a arrested Jan. 21
by Bradford deputies for
possession of cocaine.
distribution of marijuana and
possession of narcotics
equipment He was released
Jan. 24.
Wendell Harris, 52, of
Starke was arrested by Clay
deputies on Jan. 19 for
possession of drug
paraphernalia and possession
of crack cocaine.
Demetrius C. Heagles, 25, of
Lake City was arrested Jan. 22
by Starke police for a driving
with a suspended license. He
was released Jan. 22.
David Worth Higgins, 38, of
Brooker was arrested Jan. 17
by Bradford deputies for a
felony probation violation. He
was released Jan. 24.
Anthony Hodges, 32 of
Lawtey was arrested by
Bradford deputies on Jan. 19
for battery and aggravated
assault. Bond was set at
$6,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Larae R. Huff, 36, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 21
by Starke police on three
counts of possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$40,000 and she remained in
jail as of press time.
Jamiee Paige Hughes, 32, of
Hampton was arrested Jan. 19
by Bradford deputies for
larceny. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Jeremy J. Hutchinson, 24, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 19 by
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*i"n baner and -obicrc:"g
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Edward Alcxander Love. 38.
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Bradford deputies on Jan. 21
tor possession of cocaine.
Bond was set at S25.000 and
he was released Jan. 23.
Trisha Jewell. 21. of
Ke stone Heights was arrested
Jan. 21 by Clay deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance w without a
prescription, possession of
drug paraphernalia and
resisting an officer.
Jerrid Allen Mangus-Rogers,
20, of Lawtey was arrested
Jan. 20 by Bradford deputies
on an out-of-county warrant.
Bond was set at S7,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Richard McMahon, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 by Clay deputies for
simple battery. He was also
arrested Jan. 23 by Clay
deputies for a felony probation
violation.
Earl Wayne Murray, 29, of
Starke was arrested by Starke
police for two felony probation
violations. He remained in jail
as of press time.
Jason Michael Nash, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
20 by Union deputies for
driving with a suspended
license.
Matthew Tomas Oberry, 29,
of Melrose was arrested Jan.
21 by Bradford deputies for
driving with a suspended
license. He was released Jan.
22.
Anthony J. Ordaz, 19,. of


Jacksonnille was arrested Jan.
22 b Starke police for
possession of marijuana and
osessesion of narcotics
equipment. Bond was set at
S2:.0K and he was released
Jan 23
Janmes arl Peace. 23. of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
11 b LUnion deputies lfr a
tflon\ probation violation.
limoth. Riles. 31. of
Ke\stone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 b\ Cla\ deputies for
failure ot appear.
Carl Ashle\ Rowe, 30. of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 20
b% Union deputies for driving
w ith a suspended license.
Jennifer Joanne Sellers. 34,
of Gainesville was arrested
Jan. 18 by Bradford deputies
for forger of a public
document, larceny and fraud.
Bond was set at 515,000 and
she was released Jan. 21.
Damien Melton Sheffield,
21, of Lawte\ was arrested
Jan. 21 by Bradford deputies
for driving without a license.
Bond was set at S500 and he
was released Jan. 21.
Antoine Dourice Sirmones.
21. of Mayo was arrested Jan.
17 by Union deputies for
larceny, burglary and
possession of a weapon by a


con\ icted felon.
Patricia Ann Shaw, 4,., of
Gainesville was arrested Jan.
12 by Union deputies for
reckless driving.
Thomas Edward Smith. 38.
of McAlpin was arrested Jan.
13 b% Union deputies for
larceny.
Tessa Thomas. 32. of
Ke stone Heights was arrested
Jan. 20 by Clay deputies for
driving with a suspended
license.
Robert Torez. 54. of
SKeystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 23 by Clay deputies for
grand theft
Dylan Scott Wiggins, 18, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
22 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at S1,000 and he was
released Jan. 23.
Michael Williams. 24. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by Clay deputies on Jan. 23 for
a violation of probation.
John Woodard 111, 17. of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
20 by Union deputies for
burglary and larceny.
John Richard Woodard, 42
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Special Olympics returns to Bradford with hoops event


BY CI.II'F SME.I.Yf
hevtir, n l ,i ,: ',p,,rt: '.::,,r
'Xhen hit r 'arnmi,: .1. :
l ,!cr A iiarn,a .'rt-A.d c
platforrn *'i h hi, .h -.' p; .'; f
ou, ;;nid ,-cpr:d hL.. r.', r,
It "wa. a mri'nmcr," pr.
and ai.comprpi .hrnlri'
W :,11armr that .,, id, : h' a,.
taken place if not fr the rcetrn
of the Special ()i r:p. ..' I ,t
Bradforrd ( ouri, t
',, '*hy 'At're C' .a;
rJlanna C(oAman. 'he ;,!,
C(ourity vixrdiriator *o,' rthc
SpeIcal Olyrr1ipi) Area 4
Bakcethall (iamce "hich -f re
held in Starkr- at Hradtor
Middle Schol and Madvon
street Baptiat ( hurith ,o Jan
14
'Ihe Special (01'rrmpi- had
not had a presncn i BFradford
Cr nty for a number of years
when the person who
previously served as
coordinator retired, but
exceptional student education
employees in the Bradford
County school system banded
together to form a management
team and bring such
competition back to the
county. Coleman was joined
on that team by Hope Davis,
Donna Eaves, Barbara Johns,
Kim Paige and Tammy Saxon.
Davis' husband, Daniel, was
also a part of the team, lending
his knowledge and abilities as
a coach.
It was receiving Special
Olympics promotional material
in the mail in early 2011 that
got Coleman to thinking about
getting Bradford County
involved again. It really
seemed to fit in with the
mission of an exceptional-
student educator, plus parents
were wanting such activities
for their children.
"We need to offer things
such as this because it is a
social outlet," Coleman said.
Coleman approached her
cowbrkers, who were all for
the idea of getting involved in
the Special Olympics.
"I contacted the state rep,
and everything took off from
there," Coleman said.
The plan was to start off by
hosting just one sporting event.
The management group eyed
bowling because it seemed to
be a popular choice among the
students who would be
competing .
"Every kid wants to db


--
Nicholas Hernandez (left) and Anthony Watson
participate in 3-on-3 team competition.


bowling," Paige said.
However, it was going to be
a time crunch having to meet
requirements such as ensuring
every athlete had a health
certificate. Plus, the group
really wanted to keep whatever
event it was hosting in
Bradford County as opposed to
going to another city such as
Gainesville, which is what
would've happened if it did
host bowling since Bradford
County does not have a
bowling alley.
"We kind of wanted to keep
something that we could he
here in Starke," Saxon said.
Therefore, basketball
became the new focus.
"We knew we'd have plenty
of time to prepare," Coleman
said.
As a prelude, Bradford
County hosted a competition
that also included Columbia
County athletes in December
before hosting the Jan. 14 Area
4 event, which inlcuded
participants from Alachua,
Baker, Columbia, Hamilton
and Marion counties.
It all kicked off with
opening ceremonies in the
Bradford Middle School


gymnasium, which included
the presentation of colors by
members of Bradford High
School's JROTC program, the
national anthem and the pledge
of allegiance. All athletes
paraded onto the court as part


of 'h cerrrr w :.
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Games ard ..
compeions then :r..A p ae
both at Bradford Midd:e
School and Madison Street
Baptist Church throughout the
MrS of the da). Ai.h
presentatnon of awards and
ckl-in ceremon:.c-s capping
the 'eent
Though members of
Bradford Counti s
management team stayed
pretty busy throughout the day.
they did manage to take in the
sights and appreciate how the








Curtis Knights
(from left),
Brandon
McDaniel and
Bruce Carlton
place their ..
hands over
their hearts
during the
national '
anthem. ( t .


cer.A: was unfolding. Paige
,-d one th:ng that made an
:mpr sion on her was
Ls.er-in m how far the
Br-aiford athlclte had come in
te'iopin2e the:r basketball
.;.!> There ~ erc athlctre the
:cAm orgi:nali. thought Aould
be !:nm;:cd to pancipating in
,ndiJ dual skills. but who
wound up taking part in team
\ hat made it all s.
imprres)e\c. Hope Da\is said,
wa- the fact that man\ of the
Bradford participants had
never handled a basketball in
an sort of organized setting
before.
Da is said the athletes
received tremendous familN


support and that it w as good to
witness all of the participants
enyo ing themselves
"It's nice to see the final
product of so much time and
planning." Davis said "It was
nzce to see all of it finally
come together and work well
after loLs of meetings and
practices.
Bradford was represented by
four athletes in individual
skills events. and all four will
take pan in state competition
in Gainesville on Friday and
Saturday. Feb. 10-11. In team
skills competition, the
Bradford Crimson senior team
and the Bradford Hurricanes

See GAMES, 10B


Andy Martinez takes a
shot during 3-on-3 play.


Athlete Destiny
Collins (left)
gives Hope
Davis, a
member of the
Bradford
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THURSDAY, JAN. 26, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTInoN s


BHS grads give back to current, future students
* The Bradford County Education Foundation received a $500 donation from members of Bradford High School's
class of 1953. Bradford County Education Foundation and class of 1953 members pictured are (I-r): Gayle Nicula,
Harry Hatcher, Phillip Johns, Cheryl Canova, Julee Tinsler, Paula Register, Beth Moore, Edwin Prevatt (class of
'53). Randy Jones, Sylvia Tatum, Betty Durban Williams, (class of '53),0l1via Scott, Barry Warren, Billy Weldon
(class of '53), Lila Sellars, Oliver Aspinwall (class of '53), Jerome Kelley, Dimple Overstreet and Glory Jackson.


Crosshom
Ministries


I


MARKET
Continued from 58

to highlight their specific prod-

Tne market is operated v\ith
sup'On from and under the aus-
pices of Ke, stone Heights'
Community Redevelopment
Ad\ isor Board. The strong
support from the citr has been
essential to the market's success.
In addition to input from CRAB,
the market manager is aided b\
an ad\isorn committee com-
posed of customer and vendor
representatives.
The market is also a gathering
place where people stroll and
greet neighbors and friends.


I arise in the morning torn between desire to Improve
the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes
it hard to plan the day.
-Elwyn Brooks White




STOLEN'..E


KH boys head into


tourney off 1-1 tie


The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team capped the regular
season with a I-all tie against'
visiting Palatka on Jan. 19.
After a scoreless first half,
Michael Carroll put'he Indians
(11-7-7 prior to Jan. 24) on the
board w ith a goal in the 43"
minute off of a "Wyatt
Graziano assist.
Palatka's D'Mario
Woxodward tied the match in


the 70" minute.
The Indians played a
semifinal match in the District
5-2A tournament-which is
being hosted by Santa Fe High
School in Alachua-this past
Tuesday. If Keystone won that
match, it will play for the
championship on Friday, Jan.
27. at 7 p.m.
Keystone entered the
tournament as the second seed.


LEFT: Raychel
Trimble pushes
the ball upfleld
for Keystone in
its district
tournament
loss to P.K.
Yonge. BELOW
LEFT: Taryn
Davis wins
possession of
the ball.


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KH girls fail to
reach
regionals after
2-0 loss to
Blue Wave
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights was
denied a ninth straight regional
playoff appearance in girls'
soccer by P.K. Yonge, which
defeated the third seed Indians
2-0 in a District 5-2A
semifinal match on Jan. 18 in
Alachua.
The Indians (14-5-3) did get
10 saves from keeper Brittany
Delay, but the second seed
Blue Wave scored a goal in
each half. Anya Bernhard
scored off of an Allison
Mervau assist in the 28"
minute, while Mervau scored
in the 56"' minute. Mervau
initially had her shot attempt
deflected by Delay, but was
able to collect the rebound and
put it in the net.
Keystone earned the right to
play in the semifinals by
defeating Interlachen on Jan.
17.
P.K. Yonge (19-1-3) went
on to defeat top seed Santa Fe
(14-2-1) 1-0 to claim the
district title.

A half truth is a whole lie.
-Yiddish Proverb


invites all to
Jan. 26 fishing
seminar
Crosshom Ministries, an
outdoors ministry group for
males, is inviting girls and
women of all ages to its
Thursday, Jan. 26, meeting
when the Keith family will talk
about fishing.
The "family night" meeting
will start at 7 p.m. at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. There
will be snacks, beverages and
door prizes, as well as an
outdoors devotional.
Gene, Jim and Jimbo Keith
who have a combined 32 years
of guiding, will talk about
freshwater and saltwater
fishing, tactics and bass
tournaments, as well as give
demonstrations. There will be
a drawing for a half-day,
inshore fishing trip for one out
of Cedar Key.
For more information,
please visit www.
crosshornministries.org, or
contact John Whitfield by
calling 352-475-1904 or
sending e-mail to
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friendly\ atmosphere whilee ha-
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Background music %arms the
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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & .MOSNOR B SECTION THURSDAY. JAN. 26, Q20
- I 1 1


GAMES
Continued from 8B


junior leam both qualififed for
state
One of Bradford's 3-on-3
Leams will also take part in
"Late competition.
Coleman said the members
of the state-qualifying 3-on-3
team felt bad that the members
,if the other team couldn't go
u, state. The players had
practiced together and came to
vi-w themselves as "one big
team," Davis said.
John Brown, the Special
Olympics coordinator in
Columbia County who served
ai a mentor for the Bradford
.management team, wanted
Bradford to participate in the
March 2 track and field games,
but Coleman said that would
be uoo much for the team to
handle at this time.
"We're trying to get our wits
about us from basketball right
now, so we're going to skip
this year," Coleman said, "but
we'll eventually include track
and field."
The goal in Bradford County
is to add one sport a year, with
golf being eyed as the next
sport,
However, to continue
participating in the Special
Olympics, the Bradford
management team is counting
on volunteers to help support
the program. Coaches, for
example, are needed as sports
are added.
"Anyone who is willing and
has the right heart, and who
has the desire to help, we're
open to signing up to
volunteer," Coleman said.
Organizations such as
Altrusa of Starke and the
Kiwanis Club of Starke helped
support the Area 4 basketball
games, while Dr. Carl Eason
and Dr. Martin Slaughter
provided free physical for
athletes. Subway of Lawtey
provided a good deal on food
as well as delivery, while.
Winn Dixie of Starke donated
healthy snacks and water for
after-school practices.
Others who helped support
the event include Aaron s of
Starke, Bradford County
Schools, Bradford County
Department of Health, Kiwanis
Club of Starke Builders Club
at Bradford Middle School and
Sporting Chance.
Coleman said those who


helped support the ever but
who had never participated in
a Special Olympics event
before were impressed by what
they saw and now interested in
becoming more involved in


future events.
"It's exciting to see people
who have not really
participated in a Special
Olympics kind of show up that
day and be blown away, and


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BHS boy suffer 64-38 loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Deon Aldridge and Brian
Walton helped the Bradford
boys' basketball team erase a
10-point deficit, but the
Tornadoes missed 19 of 22
field-goal attempts after tying
the score early in the third
quarter of an eventual 64-38
loss to visiting Providence on
Jan. 20.
A 9-1 run by Providence put
the Stallions up 19-9 early in
the second period as Bradford
turned the ball over five times,
but the Tornadoes outscored
Providence 14-7 the rest of the
quarter to make it a three-point
game at the half. Aldridge
made a 3-pointer and followed
that up with a 2-point basket to
make the score 20-14. Justin
McBride backed down his
defender and scored to make it
a six-point game. Walton then
hit a trey following a steal by
Deantre Burch.
Walton added another *3-
pointer following two straight
Providence scores to pull
Bradford to within 26-22. A
free throw by McBride sent the
Tornadoes into the break down
26-23.
Walton made his third 3-
pointer early in the third .,


quarter following a free throw
by McBride. A Keaaris Ardley
steal led to another basket by
Walton, which tied the score at
29-all. Providence then
outscored Bradford 13-2 to
take a 42-31 lead into the
fourth quarter. The Tornadoes
committed five turnovers
during that span and made I of
6 field-goal attempts. The
Stallions, meanwhile, went 6
of 11 from the field and
grabbed five offensive boards.

Bradford had only two field
goals in the fourth quarter.
Walton led the Tornadoes
with 17 points, while McBride
had nine points.
The Tornadoes played
District 54A opponent
Interlachen this past Tuesday
and will host district opponent
Keystone Heights on
Thursday, Jan. 26. Bradford
then travels to play Williston
on Friday, Jan.27.
Tip-off times. are scheduled
for 7:30 p.m. following junior
varsity games at 6 p.m.


.Score by Quarter
Prov: 17 9 16 22-64
BHS: 9 -14 8 7-38


Bradford scoring (38):
Aldndge 5, Burch 2. Marco
Gnmsley 4, Brandon Hildreth 1.
McBride 9. Walton 17 3-
pointers: Aldridge. Walton 3
Free throws: 5-10


Earlier result:

BHS 55 Ft. White 49
McBride grabbed 11
rebounds and scored 16 points
as the Tornadoes went on the
road and defeated district
opponent Fort White 55-49 on
Jan. 19.
Bradford improved to 6-1 in
district play.
McBride also blocked four
shots, while Ardley and
Walton each scored 10 points.
Ardley and Walton had four
and three steals, respectively,
and each had four assists.

.Score by Quarter
BHS: 16 13 12 14-55
FWHS: 14 11 9 15-49

Bradford scoring (55):
Aldridge 5, Ardley 10, Burch 6.
Grimsley 5, Lyndell Hampton 3,
McBride 16, Walton 10. 3-
pointers: Aldridge, Ardley,
Walton 2. Free throws: 11-27.


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security Call Joan 904.
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sec. deposit. $600. Lake
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kitchen privileges, pri-
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DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/2BA
New condition service an-
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Call 352-468-2674

2BR/1BA. South 301 $465/
mo $465 deposit 352-
468-1455
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town. $575/mo.
plus deposit Call 352-
475-6260
3BR/ 2BA MOBILE HOME,
on 1.25 acre's. CH/A.
$450/mo. Call 904-964-
6445
2BR/2BA HOUSE on Lake
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per month, first, last &
sec. deposit. WID, ref.,
stove, seen porch, car-
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or 904-738-0979.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA single wide on
large corner lot. CH/A.
$425/mo. plus deposit.
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STAKE. 3BR/2BA DOU-
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plus deposit. Call 352-
235-6319.
LOVELY 2BR/1BA apart-
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Rarely available, but long
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out of area. Immediate oc-
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5236
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7642
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7642
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Jan. 8th, last seen run-
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Has red harness, black
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4840.
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EARLY CDVS, 1864 NEWSPAPER WITH SLAVE SALE, LINCOLN & LEE
PRINTS OF RE-ENACTMENT. CML WAR PERIOD EYEGLASSES. CIIL
WAR PERIOD INVOICES. BOOKS, PRINTS, FLAME MAHOGANY LADIES
DESK. PATIO SET (CONTEMPORARY). RECLINERS. SIDE CHAIRS.
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Union boys

defeat

Newberry for

district win
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teen c'.ir,r l1 rir: a 15-4 run
to ckr~ o(t the game and .. .r
the Union Counit bouy
t.i k:.1. l team a --41 win
over Dntri.t 7- IA .,pf.,-r.r '
*.- -rr, on Jan. 21 ;n I.aie

Ih< fiy-r. (10-10, 5-3 in
)i .'rK-' 7 prior to Jan 24j?1cld
the lasd ;rrprfr much from start
to fimi.hi. but Newberry. a.tic
irailfly tb) a many a I0) in the
wjend r ll, made it a two-
p[in' arnic when Troy


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the .>-45-7
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before Alexwner knIcked
down a 3-pomnter to put dthe
n 2o lead back at 10
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Edards each had a ba det
b0 f'Ar- te misng Panthein
cW d the game with a 3-
pointer.
SAlexander and Bradley each
Kortd 12 points to lead the
iger. while e Maeweather had
10 b lad'sd added nine points.


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Scorm by Qouarter
NHS 9 1 53 8-41
UCHS: 16 10 13 13--.

Union scoring 152) C
Alexander 2. P -. AexaA e
12, Pnnrtr.~r Ax4 5
BadCly 12 E3*aa:s 9 .9
Jackson 2 1 3-
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Baldwin 80 UCHS 59


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UCHS: 3 14 8 24-- -

BHS. by 2 Qu 8 2
UCKS: 13 14 8 24-%-.?
OHS. 16 20 158 2?-K


Union scoring
A exanr 12,
Alexander 6,


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s2 Maeea 15.

UC 61 Trenton 52
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as he Ticer defeated
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rd 14 and11 innts.


exae 11 Pnceton
E1a s 7, Maeaea".-e 20 3-
poi ers: E, a P
Aexa-,e C Alexande, 2
Fre throws: 9-1?

KH girls fall to

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Ak.xander added nine ip.ri handed he Kc 'nrie le,,h'.
Mt eai er ns ,u lout :- u gir O.h.r jkeall team a ai-.4
asA,. hdle Ed' ars rabNd lss on Jan 21 in Ponte \cd.L
16brebk ne ndians 11 pror to
Jan 24) W'are led b% Jordan
Leilheicr's six points.
Score by Quarter Lc theer si points
tor by was the first loss of the
THS: 11 10 : 14-52 week for Keystone after two
UCHS: 22 8 14 17-61 straight I)Dtrict 5-4A wins
over Fort White on Jan. 17 and
Union scoring (61): C Interiachen on Jan. 20 The
Indians defeated Fort hilt
b3- 3 and Interlachen 67-54 to
improve to 7-2 in the district
Keystone plated RidJgeic
this past Tueday and Ill host
SBronson on Thursda,, Jan. -',
S The Indians then host St
SFrancis on Friday. Jan. '"
ft Botlh .amenl. are scheduled
un \ for 7 1(1 pi.m tips folltoingm
junior vanrily aranlic. at 6 pmll,


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Score by Quarter
KHHS: 6 15 6 7-34
PVHS: 19 16 14 14-63

Keystone scoring (34);
Mackenzie Dicks 3. Hannah
Golemblewski 4, Calylen
Gonzales 5, Hannah Hamilton
5, Leitheisoc 6, Vanessa
Munoz 2, Tara Shobns 4, Holly
Strassberger 3, ADbiga.l
Winners 2.

Union girls no

match for 2-

loss Newberry
BY CLIFF SMEI..EY
Regional New\ Sporti Ediltr
It was a closer game this
time around, but it was still a
double-digil loss for the Union
.County girls' basketball team,
which lost 43-21 to DistrlnL 7-
IA opponent Newberry on Jan.
21 in Lake Butler.
The Tigers (3-14, 2-6 in
District 7 prior to Jan. 24) lost
to Newberry by 37 points in
the first meeting between the
teams on Dec. 13.
Teyona Jenkins led Union
with 10 points, while Keambre
Cobb had five rebounds.
It was the second district
loss of the week for the Tigers,
who played Baldwin on Jan.
17 and lost 57-21.
Union played Madison
County this past Tuesday and
will close the regular season
with a home game against
Bradford on Saturday, Jan. 28,
at 7:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
NHS: 9 15 10 9-43
UCHS: 3 2 7 9-21

Union scoring (21): Cobb 3,
Shakeylia Griffin 6, Jenkins 10,
Courtney Walsh 2. Free
throws: 2-10.



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the rest of the race-
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-Mark Twain


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friendly and familiar, but
in a city, with its blaze of
lights, it is unnatural,
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is like a monstrous
vulture that hovers.
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