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UNION COUNT

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 2012 99TH YEAR -41ST ISSUE 75 CENTS


"Worth

I:Noting


UC Relay

for Life set

April 27-28
The Union County Relay for
Life is set for Friday and Satur-
day, April 27-28, at the Union
County High School track. The
event is due to kick off at 5 p.m.
on Friday. Teams will have one
team member on the track at all
times, walking or running. The
object is to keep someone from
each team on the track all night
long. All funds raised by the
event go to the American Cancer
Society.
The event is still in need of
more teams, so register at www.
RelayForLife.org or contact Brad
Whitehead, Tina Morgan or An-
gela Anders at Union Correction-
al Institution, 386-431-2000.
A Day in the Park
Every team participating in the
relay can take part in an upcom-
ing fundraising event, dubbed
"A Day in the Park." The event
is planned for Saturday, March 3,
at Lakeside Park and the commu-
nity center in Lake Butler from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Every Relay for
Life team is invited to come and
have a free booth space. Teams
can sell food, craft, anything
they want.
"We're going to have music,
food, crafts and a community
yard sale," said one of the or-
ganizers, Tina Morgan. Anyone
wishing to participate can con-
tact Morgan at 386-431-2000
or Anders at 386-431-2000, ext.
2244. If someone wishes to have
a'booth space, but is not partici-
pating in Relay for Life, the cost
.will be $50.
"This event is sb important,"
said Morgan. "There is not a
family that has not been touched
by cancer in some way. We need
to do everything we can."
Thus far, six teams have reg-
istered on the Relay for Life
website at www.RelayforLife.
org. UCI's team captain is An-
ders. Reception and Medical
Center's team captain is Gary
Cecil, who is himself a cancer
survivor. Other teams are: Lake
Butler Elementary School, Cap-
tain Dedie Sapp; Lake Butler
Middle School, Captain Nancy
Griffis; Lake Butler Hospital,
Captain Amanda Andrews; and
Union Juvenile Residential Fa-
cility, Captain Kristine Harshaw.


Black

History

event set for

young men
On Monday-Feb. 13,at 6 p.m.,
the UCHS Black History Club'
will be having its first "Black
Men Bringing it to thp Table."
This has been a dream of
Black History Club sponsor Dot
Green for several years.,This is
sort of a round table discussion
hosted by African American male
graduates of UCHS. These young
men will be trying to get through
to students about everyday life
skills, finance, college prep and
general everyday life.

This program is held in
hopes that when attendees leave
this event they will know that
whatever they want to do they
can, and will have skills to be
successful. UCHS asks that
everyone send young men ages
12-21 to this event. An event for
females is being planned later
this month.

The Black History Club has
planned several events. To
keep informed, read the paper
weekly or call Dot Green at 386-
496-4199 for any questions or


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Basketball award winners |

ABOVE: The Union County boys basketball team received several awards
recently. Player Shamea Maeweather was awarded the Suwannee Conference
MVP Player of the Year and first team All Conference Player; Keldric Bradley "'
received an award for first team All Conference player; Carl Alexander
received and award for second team All Conference Player; and coach Rufus
Jefferson received an award for Coach of the Year. The basketball team that
made this happen included players: (Front row, I-r) Keldric Bradley, Shaimea
Maeweather and Carl Alexander. (Middle row, I-r) Khliel Jackson, Prince,
Alexander, Princeton Alexander and Daquin Edwards. (Back row) Coach
Rufus Jefferson. RIGHT: Named Coach of the Year, Rufus Jefferson said he's
proud of his team and all they have accomplished.



Traffic slowed on S.R. 100, due to construction

Contamination
cleanup.,
progressing '" .- [
BY TIFFANY CLARK ,
Times Editor r _, "
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Construction for cleanup of
contaminated soil on the property
located between S.R. 100 (Main
Street) and Southwest 1st Street
beside the A&M Discount
Beverages store is continuing in
Lake Butler.
The cleanup first began after
the holidays to clear away high
concentrations of petroleum
contaminants to prevent them
from reaching the underground
water supply.
Fences were first put into
place around the property where
the old Tail Gators restaurant is
located. The construction then
moved over to the right of the
A&M Discount Beverage store
to excavate the soil in that area.
The Sunrise Laundry has been
temporarily closed while the
project is underway. According
to a recent update given by Pam
Elroy of AMEC, the owners
being compensated for this
inconvenience.
Local businesses surrounding
the site will remain open during
the construction to include:
Sunrise Food Mart,- Hungry
Howie's Pizza and.Subs and TD
Bank.
Southwest First Street will be
closed to general traffic (local
traffic will be allowed) during
the project from TD Bank to
South Lake Avenue.
Traffic congestion was
expected between Lake Avenue
to S.R. 100 toward Lake City
and S.R. 238 to S.R. 100 during
construction, however, with the
traffic lights also being replaced
around the area, congestion has
increased.
Pictures of the construction,
equipment and work being done
along with updates on progress
can be found on the city of
Lake Butler's website at www.
cityoflakebutler.org.

Traffic lights
being replaced

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor


a Florida Department of and pede
Transportation (FDOT) project be replace
to upgrade the traffic signals at
two S.R. 100 intersections in There
Lake Butler. on S.R.
The project includes replacing 'County i
the traffic signals and concrete Discount
poles at the intersection of S.R. Lake Bu
100 and Lake Avenue and at and the
the intersection of S.R. 100 and cleanup
S.R. 121. The sidewalks and together.
curbs at both'itersections will


Work began recently on be made wheelchair accessible


For a


estrian signals will also
:ed.

is increased congestion
100 between the Union
Courthouse .and A&M
Beverages store in
tier due to this project
soil contamination
project being so close


additional information


regarding this project or other
FDOT projects around Northeast
Florida, visit www.nflroads.
com. The public can also keep
up with the weekly progress
on the project by following the
FDOT on

. Twitter@MyFDOT_NEFL
or

http://twitter.com/MyFDOT_
NEFL.


Races


gear up

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The very first early voting and
election recently took place at the
new location of the supervisor
of elections office with some
pleasing turnouts, according to
its occupants.
Supervisor of Elections Debbie
Osborne said there were 202 early
voters and that with the extra
space, the process was so much
easier. "No more voting booths
in the courthouse hallway," said
Osborne.
The deputy sat outside at the
front door entrance and ask the
voters to have their photo ID and
signature ready before they came
inside. An extra counter was set
up in the early voting room for
check in. There were also regular
voting booths and handicap
accessible voting booths set up
in the early voting room.
The M100 Tabulator was set
up for each voter to feed his or
her ballot into before exiting out
the rear door. Entering from
the front door and exiting out
the back door helped alleviate
congestion in the building.
"Everyone who has come
to out new office has been so
excited and so happy that we
finally have more space. The
voters actually. have a lobby
to sit in while waiting. This is
something we have never had
before. Although we didn't have
a crowd on election night we
have a large room in the back for
the public on election night and
this is also where the canvassing
board will canvass the absentee
ballots. Overall, the Presidential
Preference Primary ran very
smooth in our new office," said
Osborne.
The 2012 election dates are as
follows:
The primary election will-be
Aug. 14.
The general election will be
Nov, 6.
Candidate qualifying dates are
as follows:
Federal, judicial, state
attorney, and public defender
will be held from noon on April
16, to.noon on April 20.
Statewide, multi-county,
county and district will be held
from noon on June 4, to noon on
June 8.
The voting registration book
closing dates will be:
July 16, for the primary
election.
Oct. 9, for the general
election.
The early voting dates will be
Monday-Saturday from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m. and Sunday from 12 a.m.
to 6 p.m. on the following dates:
Primary election, Aug. 4-11.
General election, Oct. 27-
Nov. 3.
The Union County offices up
for election in 2012 are:
Sheriff-salary is $100,583;
Jerry Whitehead currently holds
this position.
Tax collector, the position is
currently held by Patsy Elixson;
clerk of court, the position is
currently held by Regina Parrish
who is retiring after 20 years
and will not be seeking re-
election; and property appraiser;
the position is currently held
by Bruce Dukes. The salary for
these three positions is $91.988.
Supervisor of elections- the
salary is $75,286, with Debbie
Osborne in the current position.
Count) judge-the salary
is $134,280 and David Reiman
currently holds this position. He
will not be seeking re-election
dueto retiring. Reiman has held
this position for 28 years.
County commissioner District
I -salary is $26,258, with Karen
Cossey currently in the position.
County commissioner
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Traffic lights are being replaced on S.R. 100 in Lake Butler.


Construction continues to remove the contaminated soil by the old Tail Gators
restaurant off of S.R. 100 in Lake Butler.









2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 2012


Wade running for county judge


(The following is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
To the citizens of Union
County:
I am pleased to announce my
candidacy for the office of Union
County judge.
My love for this area,its people,
and the small town atmosphere
that is still prevalent here was
formed in childhood. My roots
run deep in Union County, with
my grandparents, Charlie Roberts
and Maggie Williams Roberts
both descending from pioneer
families. My mother Sandra
retired from the Union County
School System after 38 years as a
teacher, probably teaching many
of you at some point along the
way. My father, Rusty, has been
here since playing football for
the Tigers in the class of 1965. I
was fortunate to grow up in Lake
Butler surrounded by tradition,
family and friends.
After graduating as
valedictorian from Union
County High School in 1993, I
attained my bachelor's degree
in business and my law degree
from the University of Florida,
both with high honors. I spent
four years gaining experience


Russ Wade


as an associate'attorney before
.realizing my dream to open
my own law practice in Lake
Butler in 2004. Since then, I
have exclusively dedicated my
life to serving the people of
Union County. Our community,
though small, has provided an
enormous breadth of challenges,
from family practice, probate,
and litigation, to sophisticated
business transactions and even
federal cases. In 2009, I was


offered the position of county
attorney, where I am happy to
serve today.
Since opening my practice, I
have been an active member of
the Lake Butler Rotary Club,
where I served as president
in 2008-2009. I also serve as
assistant scoutmaster with Lake
Butler Scout Troop 552, the
same troop where I attained the
Eagle Scout rank as a youth. I
am a lifelong and active member
of the Lake Butler Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
Day Saints.
My wife Tammy and I chose to
live in Union County because we
believed it was the best place we
could raise a family. Upon their
retirement, my wife's parents
joined us here as well. Our oldest
daughter Katie attends Lake
Butler Elementary School and
her younger sister Maggie attends
Little Rainbows pre-school. Our
newest addition is little Alex,
born in 2010.
I believe that my experience in
the legal field and my dedication
to the community would serve
the people of Union County well
as county judge, and I hope that
you will consider me with your
vote.


Douglass running for tax collector


(The following is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.) *
Terri E. Douglass announced
her candidacy for the position of
Union County tax collector.
Since Feb. 4, 1980, Douglass
has held a variety of positions
within Nationwide Insurance.
She retired in March 2011, as
'the -personal lines insurance
underwriting manager for
Alabama, Georgia and South
Carolina, which had been
relocated to Atlanta.
During her 32-year career,
she held a variety of positions,
working with the state
Departments of Revenue,
Insurance and Motor Vehicles for
the states of Maryland, District
of Columbia, Delaware, Florida,
Georgia, Alabama and South
Carolina.
These interactions included
litigation, complaint handling,
as well as leadership and
accountability of personnel
who also worked with these
entities. Twenty-two years of this
tenure was in leadership being
accountable for budgeting and
productivity of personnel. In
this role, constant evaluation of
staffing and execution of costs
were evaluated to ensure our
dollars were being well spent.

In 1987, she was the first
supervisor for Nationwide's
Flood Insurance Program. She
worked with FEMA in bringing
the Flood Insurance Program into
Nationwide for all 50 states.
Douglass moved to Lake Butler
in the early 90s. As she said, she


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District 3-salary is $26,258,
with Jimmy Tallman currently in
the position.
County commissioner
District 5-the salary is $26,258,
with Ricky Jenkins currently in
the position. Jenkins is retiring
after 20 years in this position and
will not be seeking re-eleciion.
School board District 2-the
salary is $24,347. The position is
currently held by Alvin Griffis,
School board District 4-the
salary is $24,347, with Becky
Raulerson currently in the
position.
Candidates who have filed thus
far for the Union County offices
up for election are:
Pat Cunningham for the
position of clerk of court,


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Terri Douglass

"chose Lake Butler." With her
oldest son, TJ., in elementary
school and a demanding career,
she wanted her son to have a
good solid education as well as
the support of a community like
that in which she was raised. She
saw Lake Butler as that.

Born in Punta Gorda,
Douglass moved with her family
to Gainesville. Her stepfather
wanted to get back into the
teaching profession and returned
to the University of Florida. Her
mother completed her degree and
became a professor of business
at Santa Fe Community College.
Upon graduating from Buchholz
High School, she attended SFCC
and while working full time for
Nationwide Insurance, acquired
two associate of science degrees:
One in marketing management
and mid-management and the


Dan Webb, Bo Bayer and
.Rusty Wade for the position of
county judge,
Carlton Faulk for the position
of superintendent of schools, a
position he currently holds,
Chris Mecusker, Lisa
Johnson and Terri Douglass for
the position of tax collector,
School board District 4-
Becky Raulerson (a position
she currently holds) along
with Weldon Finley and Erick
Durant,
Scott Cason and Barry
Sams for the position of county
commissioner District 5,
Bruce Dukes for the position
of property appraiser (a position
he currently holds)..
For more information contact
the office of the supervisor of
elections at 386-496-2236 or
visit the office located at 175 W.
Main St. in Lake Butler.


other in business administration
and management. She has
volunteered in a variety of
functions over the years,
especially those targeted for
the youth which include both
Union County Pop Warner and
the Union County Babe Ruth
Baseball League.
Douglass is married to
Quinm, Matthew Douglass, a
sixth generation Union County
resident. He owns Douglass
Towing and Repair and is the son
of Henry and Mary Douglass,
owners of Douglass Equipment.

The Douglasses have two
children, 23-year-old TJ
who recently returned from
Afghanistan and 10-year-old
Ashton who attends Lake Butler
Elementary School. When
questioned about her faith, she
is quick to let you know she is
of strong Christian faith, being
raised Baptist.
Douglass said she wants to
give back to the community she
chose, which has given her so
much support in return. She feels
her vast past experience and
interactions at the state and local
government offices will be a great
asset. Her previous management
of resources will also allow for
improvement of operations in the
tax collector's office.

"If elected, I will bring change
and with that change, I will strive
to lower operating costs of the
office while being available,
accountable and working hard
to meet the needs of my fellow
citizens," she said.


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Editor Tiffany Clark
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
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Four Union County High School students from Future Florida Educators of
America recently attended the 2012 FFEA State Conference in Orlando. The theme
of the conference this year was "Teachers Plant the Seeds of Knowledge." This
event helped students acknowledge the vital role educators play in preparing
their students to learn and grow. Keynote speakers from this program included
MC Megan Allen, the 2010 Florida Department of Education/Macy's Teacher of
the Year; Mark Merrill, founder and president of Family First and National Teacher
Award Winner; and author Sharon M. Draper. The students attended session
seminars and activities to expand and enrich the educational experiences that
they are provided at the local level. Shown here are (I-r) Cheyenne Lesch, Sierra
Rimes, Shelbie Regar and Kelsey Harrison. They are holding up their certificates
of participation at the conference. Harrison, president of UCHS FFEA, said this
workshop really opened her eyes and inspired and motivated the high school
team to learn how to be the best leaders and peer educators in the district.


(L-R) Union County School Board members Curtis Clyatt (District 3), Terra
Johnson (District 5), Becky Raulerson (District 4), Alvin Griffis (District 2),
Florida's Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam, Lake Butler Middle
School student Collin Ulmer, parent and LBMS science teacher Rob Ulmer,
Union County High School student Lindsey Hanson and her mother Lori
Hanson, all visited Tallahassee. Not pictured is school board member Allen
Parrish, who was unable to attend due to serving on a previously scheduled
mission trip to Honduras with his church during this time.


School board goes to Tallahassee
On Jan. 26, members of the Union County--': School 'District for their role in 'supporting
School Board, along with several students.and... DACS'efforts and encouraged board members
parents, visited Florida's state capitol to meet to support participation in pilot programs in the
with legislators and state leaders about various coming months.
education-related issues. The group then continued on to meetings
The group first met with Florida's with Senator Steve Oelrich and Larry Williams,
Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer legislative assistant to Representative Janet
Services Adam Putnam and members of his Adkins, both of whom represent Union County.
staff where they received an update on the Members of the group shared their concerns
status of the school lunch program that is now about funding Union County's educational
under the direction of the Florida Department of needs during the meetings.
Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS). "We wanted them to know that our schools
Putnam said FDACS' vision was to increase in Union County are the foundation of our
the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables community, and that we need help keeping
in Florida's schools, therefore providing better that foundation strong," said Becky Raulerson,
nutrition to the students while supporting Union County School Board member and
local agriculture and strengthening Florida's legislative liaison.
economy. Raulerson said legislators were told
"It was very exciting to learn more of the that Union County had some of the best
vision Commissioner Putnam and his staff have instructional and noninstructional staff in the
for guiding our childrentoward healthier eating country, and that the district is meeting the
habits and using Florida farmers, processors state's accountability standards while students
and distributors to carry out that vision, thus are also excelling in multiple extracurricular
creating a healthier Florida economy," said activities.
Lori Hanson, parent of UCHS student Lindsey "However, at the end of the day, we still have
Hanson.
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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
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THURSDAY, FEB. 9, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


Sams seeks commission seat


(Thefollowing is a statement of
Intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
My name is Barry San,r and I
want to take this opportunity to
announce my candidacy for the
District 5 county commission
seat.
I have lived in Union County
for the past 29 years, and have
worked for the Union County
School Board for all of those
years. I have served as a teacher,
coach, assistant principal,
principal, alternative and adult
school director, and now serve
as the director of personnel and
secondary education. My wife
Cathy and I have four children
and four grandchildren, all of
whom live in Union County.
SServing in administrative and
managerial positions for the
last 17 years has given me the


School news....
Last week's LBES Tiger Cub
names were: Aaron Alexander,
Austin McDaniel, Brandon
Stansel, Caitlyn Smith, Megari
Parrish, Ethan Thomas, Chrisitan
Erwin, Cyera O'Neal, Jace
Bielling, Macey Pinkston,
Brandon Ray, Kadence Hawkins,
Caitlin Luke, Cayden Cutford,
Emily Chapman, Jacoby
Edwards, Tracy Medina, Casey
Crawford,. Destiny Daniels,
Colton Stanley, Kiran Crawford,
Landon Dilas, Angel Padgett,
Sheija Thompson, Cheyenne
Swafford, Emily Johnson, Daniel
Stone, Mia Odum, Addison
Wright, Hunter Radford, Lilly
Donaldson and Chris Hinson.
The perfect attendance $25
Books a Million gift card winners
provided by funds earned through
Box Tops for Education were:
iKindergarten Lily Young, first
:grade Hayden Whitehead, second
grade Joshua Rainey, third grade
Cody Harrell and fourth grade
Matthew Eaton.
Every nine weeks-, teachers
have the opportunity to select
one or more students that have
demonstrated the five TIGER,
expectations. The expectations
are. Try Hard, Integrity, Great
Attitude, Eager to Learn, and
Respect Others.::: ..: .:
The c sent nam'eswere then
entered into a drawing to win the
opportunity to eat their lunch on
the stage with Principal Rimes
and Assistant Principal Perez
on Friday, Feb. 10. A total of
10 names per grade level were
selected. Those winners are as
follows:
Kindergarten winners were
Natali Heaton, Jack Henry
Whitehead, Ashton Warner,
Gracie Crawford, Hunter Ford,
Noah Williams, Kaden Hunt,
Jordan Hendricks and Katrina


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to be able to receive adequate
funding for transportation,
salaries, classroom technology
and other needs in order for this
success to continue, and we also
told them that," Raulerson said.
Senator Oelrich and
Representative Adkins'
legislative assistant were also
thanked for their time and efforts
in supporting the Union County.
*School District.
"One of the pleasant surprises
of the day came when the group
first arrived at the capitol on
Thursday morning and saw a
Pritchett Trucking truck sitting
at the entrance to the building.


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Wright. First grade winners were
Ella Dicks, Stephen Woodard,
Jimmy Bennefield,MakaylaTate,
Kloe Crews, Gerald Douglas,
Cole Huntley, Jesse Parker, Ethan
Hancock, Tristen Woodail and
Abygayle Fillyaw. Second grade
winners were Matthew Compton,
Natalie Waters, Evan Hall, Gavin
Barfield, Haylee Silcox-, Josie
Croft, Summer Bridges,'Jason
Kirkland, Elizabeth Watson
and Benji Myers. Third grade
winners were Jackson Griffis,
Iris Thomas, Abigail Crawford,
Emma Worrell, Chloe Fairfield,
Chloe DuBose, Jacob Faulkner,
Autumn Friel, Corey Williams
and Cody Harrell. Fourth, grade
winners were Kandace Moppert,
Nick Laux, Spencer Hedman,
Jason' Hedrick, Chloe Johns,
Destini Jackson, Avery Griffis,
Matthew Eaton and Madison
Suggs.
- With Valentine's Day just
around the corner, LBES reminds
parents of some important safety
precautions. Due to student
allergies, latex balloons are not
allowed on campus. Metallic or
mylar balloons are acceptable. For
safety reasorfs, the transportation
department cannot allow glass
vases or helium balloons to be
transported on the buses. Parents
will need to make arrangements
to have these items'.picked up.
All .deliveries, should, have the
student's first and last name
as well as their teacher name
clearly marked to ensure proper
delivery. Any parent wishing to
personally deliver any item will
need to sign in at the front office
prior to visiting the classroom.
For more information contact
386-496-3047.
LBES is offering two separate
fundraisers for the upcoming
Relay for Life, an event designed
by the American Cancer Society
to raise money and awareness for


Phillip Pritchett and staff had
made the truck available to
visitors of the capitol as part of
an effort by the Florida Trucking
Association to educate people
about commercial transportation
safety and issues," said
Raulerson.

"It was nice to see Union
County represented so well
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Union County school board
members also attended a briefing
aboutthisyear'seducation-related
legislative issues. The meeting
was organized by the Florida
School Boards Association the
day before visiting the capitol
and meeting with legislators.


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the fight against cancer.
For $1, students will be able to
purchase a pickle in the library.
This fundraiser will run daily
until supplies run out.
Also available for $1 are
tickets for a chance drawing to
win a large Union County Tiger
flag. The flag is currently being
displayed in the library. This
fundraiser runs through March
2. Tickets will be available in the
library or the front office.

Each year, Bonnie Plants
distributes free cabbage plants to
third graders across the country
to foster an interest in gardening
and the environment. These O.S.
cross cabbage plants produce
oversized heads making the
process even more exciting for
kids'. As part of the program,
Bonnie Plants gives a $1,000
award to one student in each state
producing -the largest cabbage
plant.
In an effort to encourage more
third-grade students to participate
in the program, several members
of the community have come
together and donated money to be
used as an additional incentive.
In addition to money that Bonnie
Plants will be awarding, third-
grade students may now compete
for an additional cash prize. The
student in each class with the
largest -cabbage will receive a
check for $25. The awards will
be given at the end of the school
year after the cabbages have
reached their full maturity.
The 50 Point Book Club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the Accelerated
Reader program. Students who
have earned 50 points and
maintained an average of 80
percent or higher will have their
photos displayed in the cafeteria
and receive a special medallion at

the fourth nine weeks ceremony.
Gold seals will be placed on the
photos of the students each time
they reach 100 points.
The 50 Point Book Club
members at this point-are as
follows: Sebastien Abney, Travis
Hamilton, Cody Harrell, Eli
Hendricks, Americus Schaeffer,
Taylor Silcox and Kylie Stevens.
Earning 100 points thus far


opportunity to learn a great deal
about the tough decisions that
must be made for the effective
operation of our school system.
Considering what is best for the
parents, teachers and students of
our county has always been my
top priority. Working hard for
the taxpayers of Union County is
what I have always tried to do,
and I would like to'be the voice
for the citizens of District 5 in
county government.

I will be traveling throughout
District 5 in the coming months
to talk to the voters. I promise
to listen and would like the
opportunity to discuss the issues
that are important to you. I will
always act responsibly on your
behalf. With your support, we
can make the best county in the
nation even better!


are: Braxton Dukes and Hanna
Perron.
Union County
High School
Valentine deliveries for UCHS
are to be taken to the front
entrance of the media center
(library). No deliveries after
1 p.m. No glass containers or
balloons will be allowed on the
buses.
The sweetheart dance will be
held on Friday, Feb. 17, from
7:30-10:30 p.m. at the Lake
Butler Community- Center.
Admission is $5 at the door, no
re-entry. This dance is for UCHS
students only. Dress code is as
follows: Ladies-dressy, no
jeans and gents-jeans and dress
shirt and tie or dress pants.and'
dress polo.



Homecoming
features the
Browders:,.,: ,
All are ,invited 'to, attend
homecoming on Sunday, Feb. 19,
at 10:45 a.m. at the Sanderson
Christian Revival center located
on the corner of S.R. 229 and
Sapp Road in Sanderson, One
mile from Union/Baker county
line.
The Browders will begin at
10:45 a.m. followed by dinner
on the grounds. All are invited to
come and enjoy great musicand
fun.
There will also be a food and
clothing give-a-way on Friday,
Feb. 10, from 8-2 p.m.
Contact Marvin Griffis for
more information at 386-431-
1438.

Gobblers plan
hunting
banquet
The New River Gobblers
Chapter of the National Wild


Lake Butler
Chapter No
40 honored
Harriette
SPeebieson
Jan. 24, in
Lake Butler
Lodge No. 52.









tron honored

Both Peebles and her husband have shown their
dedication to the grand chapter of Florida and
to the Order of the Eastern Star for many years.
Their contributions to organizing the many
charities the order supports and to the members
of the various chapters throughout the state of
Florida are widely known.

Cynthia Holder, a long-time member of the
Lake Butler chapter, made a special presentation
to Peebles following the chapter meeting.


Turkey Federation invites the
public to its Hunting Heritage
Banquet and Art Auction
Saturday, Feb. 25, from 5:30-10
p.m. at Lake Butler Elementary
School.
In addition to dinner, ticket
holders will be eligible to win
valuable prizes in games and
drawings held during the banquet.
The auction will include art,
guns, knives, outdoor equipment
and more.
To reserve tickets, contact
Paul Waters at 352-258-9727 or
Austin Thomas at 352-494-3907,
or tickets can be purchased at the
door.

Beekeeping at
the library
On Tuesday, Feb. 21, from
6-7:30 p.m. the Union County
Public Library will be holding
a beekeeping 101 program
for adults, featuring speakers
Kenneth and Cecilia Young. For
more information call 386-496-


3432 or visit www.newriver.lib.
fl.us.

Luncheon set
at the
Women's club
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club Heart Fund and'American
Cancer Society luncheon will be
held Tuesday, Feb.14, from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
Donations from the heart are
appreciated. All of the proceeds
benefit the American Heart
Association and the American
Cancer Society.


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Class of '91
reunion set
The UCHS Class of '91 will
be having a reunion on Saturday,
Feb. 25,at the old Little Rainbows
Learning Center (formerly
Pirates and Princesses), which
is located at 490 S.W. 2nd St. in
Lake Butler. ,,
The meal will be served at 7
p.m., with a DJ from 8-11 p.m.
The cost ig $25 per person, which
'is due on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Mail payments to Christie F.
Perez at 360 N.E. 8th Ave., Lake
Butler, FL 32054. Call Perez at
386-496-3706 or Crystal Walling
Norman at 386-431-1489 for
more information.

Class of '52
reunion being
planned
The UCHS Class of '52 is
planning a reunion. Addresses
are needed on classmates.
Anyone with information, please
contact David Hendricks at 386-
496-2005.

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


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

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.

UC Food
Pantry in need
of donations
The Union County Food Pan-
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.

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BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor


The past year, 2011, proved
to be another busy year for the
Union County Sheriff's Office
(UCSO).
According to Lt. Lyn Williams
of UCSO, more than 13,900 calls
for service were received from
January to December. Arrests
increased from 565 arrests in


2010 to 631 arrests in 2011.
According to the Florida
Department of Law Enforcement
semi-annual statewide county
report on annual crime, Union
County ranked second in
clearance rates with 68.5 percent.
This was a 12-percent increase
in crime solved from 2010. The
state of Florida average for this
same period was 24.5 percent. To
view this report visit www.fdle.
state.us and look for the semi-


annual uniform crime report by
county.
Preliminary annual figures
for 2011 for domestic violence
show a reported 23 offenses and
a total of 23 arrests for a 100
percent clearance in all domestic
violence crimes.

Another important function
of UCSO is the service of court
civil papers: 1,647 papers were
received for service in 2011.


FBLA working, training hard


BY RYAN ALANA
Special to the Times


Future Business Leaders
of America (FBLA), is an
organization for high school
students preparing for careers
in business. It helps students'
to develop leadership,
communication and team skills.
The club also prepares students
for a future in the business field.
The idea of FBLA was
developed in 1937 and put into
action in 1942 when the first
FBLA chapter was founded in
Virginia. Today, there are 215,000
high school FBLA chapters
across the United States.
Feb. 6 began National FBLA!
week, which will continue,
through Feb. 10. To show our


Howie's Pizza and Subs and TD
Bank are open during construc-
tion.

Please visit the City of Lake
Butler website, www.cityoflake-
butler.org for updates on the con-
struction in the city next week. If
you have any questions, please
contact city hall. a 3 86-496-
3401.

Girl's softball
signups begin
Girls softball forages 8-16 sign
ups began on Jan. 21, at 9 a.m. to
noon at the OJ. Phillips Softball
Complex and will continue every
following Saturday until Feb.
11.


MEDIAN PRICE OF HOMES ON THE FIRST COAST
Here are the median selling prices of homes in various areas, as tabulated by the Northeast Florida Multiple Listing Service:
Area 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Southside/Mandarin/Bartram $220,000 $205,000 $175,000 $150,000 $143,000
Southside $187,000 $173,000 $148,970 $125,000 $100,000
Riverside/Avondale/Ortega $287,935 $240,000 $185,500 $185,000 $174,000
Arlington/Fort Caroline $183,500 $165,000 $138,000 $119,900 $109,350
Hyde Grove/Murray Hill/
Lakeshore/Wesconnett $133,950 $119,900 $85,000 $58,750 $53,300
West Jacksonville $162,500 $149,900 $120,000 $103,700 $85,000
Springfield/Downtown/
Paxon/Trout River South $65,000 $39,900 $21,000 $19,000 $19,550
Marietta/Whitehouse/Baldwin/
Garden St./Dinsmore $112,350 $160,000 $139,900 $119,000 $107,400
Jacksonville North $180,250 $179,283 $155,000 $143,998 $125,000
Fleming Island area $255,000 $230,000 $222,500 $193,000 $189,600
Orange Park $198,500 $175,000 $154,000 $134,500 $120,000
Middleburg vicinity $175,000 $169,500 $154,400 $130,000 $124,950
Keystone Heights vicinity $123,250 $120,000 $101,125 $74,900 $75,000
Green Cove Springs $208,050 $199,950 $179,000 $154,900 $135,000
Jacksonville Beach $395,000 $317,500 $255,000 $216,000 $225,000
Neptune Beach $380,000 $325,000 $290,000 $250,750 $259,000
Atlantic- Beach $232,800 $250,000 $197,500 $168,000 $199,000
Ponte Vedra Beach North $730,000 $669,000 $310,000 $449,500 $407,500
Ponte Vedra Beach (others) $415,000 $405,000 $310,000 $308,000 $295,000
St. Johns County NW $300,000 $267;700 $234,990 $220,000 $212,894
St. Johns, County NE $395,000, $246,880 $235,773 $245,000 $250,000
St. Augustine Area $267,450 $166,000 $162,000 $155,000 $172,500
St. Johns County SE $245,772 $198,000 $165,000 $146,000 $153,000
St. Johns County SW $230,000 $165,000 $133,245 $76,500 $70,700
Nassau County $224,900 $190,000 $174,000 $145,500. $142,800
Baker County $174,250 $145,000 $140,000 $130,000 $123,000
Putnam CountyNE $130,000 $128,000 $88,500 $76,950 $69,900
Putnam County West $72,000 _$69,950 $49,950 $54,950 $38,975
Putnam County South $76,900 $77,750 $69,500 $50,000 $43,250
Entire MLS 195,000 $179;900 $152,000 $135,900 $127;900
*As printed in The Times Union January 29, 2012.


pride, Union County High
School's FBLA chapter has been
participating in different activities
throughout the week. We hope to
get more students involved, as
well as the community.
Monday, the entire school
was asked to wear FBLA colors,
blue and gold, to show support.
Tuesday, members were invited
to an ice cream social to practice
communication skills and to
build club unity. Wednesday was
business leader appreciation day.
Letters were sent out to recognize
our local business leaders. Today,
Feb. 9, we are holding a school
wide trivid contest during lunch.
Participants will receive a prize.
On Friday, Feb. 10, members are
encouraged to wear professional
business attire to show their


dedication to this organization.
At UCHS, we not only want to
recognize our program but also
our local business leaders that set
an example for us to follow as
future business leaders.
,. The members of our club
have been working hard the
past, few months preparing
for district competition. The
program recognizes and rewards
excellence in a wide variety
of business and career-related
events, such as job interview,
computer applications and digital
video production.
On Jan. 31, FBLA members
participated in performance
events to complete their
competition requirements. On

See FBLA, 5A


Masons pass the gavel...

ABOVE: Pine Hill Masonic Lodge No. 9 members traveled to Sanderson Lodge
No. 122 on Jan. 12, and got the Georgia traveling gavel/time capsule. All lodges
in the "friendly" 10th District were challenged to get this gavel at Pine Hill's next
stated meeting, which was held on Feb. 7. Participating in this event were (I-r)
Bruce Kirby, Preston Davis, Arley Roe, Ted Barber, John Paul Mann, Jeff Davis,
Bob Haines and Gene Bertine. BELOW: Nine members of.Pine Hill Masonic Lodge
No. 9 traveled to Raiford Lodge No. 82 on Jan. 17, and took the "friendly" 10th
Masonic district's traveling gavel back to Pine Hill Lodge No. 9 in Brooker. Raiford
Lodge was holding its installation of 2012 officers and nine members of Pine
Hill Lodge took the "friendly" 10th Masonic District traveling gavel (requires a
minimum of seven Master Masons of a lodge to get the traveling gavel). Attending
this event were (l-r) Ofis Tetstone, Bob Holder, Roscoe Cruce, Arley Roe, Bob
Haines, Ted Barber, Bruce Kirby, Gene Bertine, Clethan Johns, worthy master of
Raiford Lodge No. 82 and Jeff Davis.


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Kindergarten straight-A's


(Back row, I-r) Elizabeth Guadagnoli, Taliyah Harper, Jessica Kingsbury, Giavanna
Merola, Carson Simmons and Kody Stalnaker. (Front row, I-r) Brooke Burgess, Gracy
Parrish, Mackenzie Orton, Rylie Parrish, Noah Douglass, Jacob Jenkins, Clayton
Poppell and Landon Flanders. Not pictured is Charlie Perry.


(Back row, I-r) Carenna Alexander, Hunter Ford, Makayla Nelson, Dolton Parrish and
Kameran Paytee. (Front row, I-r) Lance Seay, Cheyenne Swafford, Levi Thomas, Sean
Smith and Cole Anderson-Davis.


(Back row, I-r) Kadie Adams, Cailynn Boggs, Jewel Dekle, Grant Dicks, Lyndee Griffis
and Micah Jordan. (Front row, I-r) Blaine Williams, Lily Neal, Chrissy Lynn Quiett,
Bryce Sanders, Ke'Andre Stephens, Sydney Taylor, Kanten Touchstone and Ashton
Warner.


(Back row, I-r) Aaron Alexander, Baler Waters, Carter Roberts, Colby Peacock, Donald
Hedrick, Eli Elixson and Eric Seager. (Front row, I-r) Jordan Akins, Kayley Tomlinson,
Lily Young, Mallorie Edsall, Sawyer Roberts, Tom Jenkins and Chloe Chohan. Not
pictured is Konnor Rossiter.


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(Back row, I-r) Ashden Johnson, Dawson Crews, Dylan Saul, Elijah Griffis and
Jeremiah Denmark. (Front row, I-r) Kiaryssa Kennington, Krystyna Kirkland, Meyri
Mendez, Natalie Heaton and Rhyan Thomas. Not pictured are Aiden Bell and Kadence
Hawkins.


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FBLA
Continued from 4A
Feb. 13, they will attend
district awards ceremony.
district winners will be eligib
compete at the State Leader
Conference in April in Orlan
The support of our commit
is greatly appreciated as
prepare for our future as busi
leaders. If you would like tc
involved, please contact Kr)
Gunter at UCHS at 386-,
4193.


(Back row, I-r) Landon Barrett, Jordan Ditullio, Trestin
Durant, Hayden Erwin, Kaden Hunt and Calista Law.
(Front row, I-r) Tyler Parrish, Brooklyn Prescott, Sonny
Sargeant and Sheila Thompson.


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(Back row, I-r) Brady Arthur, Chase Brown, Gracie Crawford, Alexis Crews, John
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pictured are Kora Jones, Landyn Lynn, Courtney Parrish and Jocelyn Southerly.


A-B honor roll
named
Lake Butler Elementary
School A-B honor roll students
for the second nine weeks are:
Kindergarten: Jordan Clarke,
Jayden Jenkins, Michelle
Lacey, Makenzi Richardson,
Jacob Alford, Deonte Jones,
R.K. Mitchell, Jordan Peterson,
Kaylee Thompson, Noah
Williams, Kearstin Chavis,
Riggs Davis, Chevy Doughman,
Alexus Panozzo, Kayden Kirby,
Jordan Miller, Beleni Bernal,
Eli Roberts, Faith Holmes, Tyler
Bassile, Preston Bonsall, Aiden
Clemons, Alex Johnson, Jacob
Thomas, Sydney Box, Zariah
Foster, Brailyn Rose, Breonna
Hunt and Hunter Merritt:
First grade: MajorGaffney,Jose
Martinez, Macy Pinkston, Jordan
Sanderson, Ben Cabral, Dalton
Croft, Josilyn Jenkins, Tre'von
Lee, Max Newman, Dylan
Raish, Dayven Sellers, Jailyn
Sirmones, Claira Miller. Johnny


Benefield, Miranda Martin, Whitehead, Stephen Rugg,
Rhet G'ill; Erin Bradley, Hayden
See MORE, 6A

Is Faith Only Enough to Save a Person?
Many today believe that all one must do to be saved is
believe. The doctrine of salvation by faith only is taught by
many in the religious world today. However, we want to
examine what the Bible says about this question. In James 2,
the Bible specifically asks the question, "What does it profit,
my brethren, if someone says he has faith but does not have
works? Can faith save him?" (James 2:14). As the question is
discussed we find it stated three times that faith without works
is dead (James 2:17, 20, 26). We are reminded in this text of
how both Abraham and Rahab were justified by faith
accompanied by works (James 2:21-23, 25). In addition, the
passage very clearly states, "You see then that a man is justified
by works, and not by faith only" (James 2:24). As we examine
the teaching of the Bible we find faith alone is not enough to
save a person. One must have a working faith.

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Still more kindergarten (back row, I-r) Jimmy Cox, Jordan Hendricks, Kiera Hunter,
Johnte' Nichols and Tucker Parrish. (Front row, I-r) Emily Regar, Jason Thomas and
Kylee Williams.


Fourth grade (back row, I-r) Tyler Barrs, Mitchael Combs, Luke Griffis, Trinity Watkins,
Sierra Graham, Ryan Hardin and Chloe Johns. (Front row, I-r) Karah Oden, Kylie
Stevens, Nick Laux, Jace Oody, Tate Worrell and Jacob McRannolds. Not pictured are
SDylan Snyder, Clarissa Elixson, Karilyn Schreck and Cory Watts.

Look for more LBES straight-A's next week!


MORE
Continued from 5A

Zoey Fillyaw, Perry Johnson,
Cheyenne O'Steen, Ryley Suggs,
Dee Williams, Hartna Burnett,
Grace Griffis, Daylyn Diston,
Arington Hicks, Dylan Lovelace,
Jeremiah Wintons, Bailey
Handley, Matthew Laux, Adam
Norcross, Emily Wilson, Caleb
Zapp, Emily Courson, Lilly
Donaldson, Quinton Fender,
Chris Hinson, Chelsea Keen,
Hunter Radford, Karlie Starling,
Makayla Tate, Ivan Alexander,
Blake Agner,. Krista Cadle,
Rayvon Durant, Jayce Puni,
Brianna Reilly, Aaliyah Sellers,
Danielle Barrick, Hayley Burke,
Serena Jones, Annaston Liston,
Macy Malphurs, Phoenix Propes
and Nyasia Williams.
Second grade: Candace
Clifton, Reghan Dukes, Tanner
Gainey, Martin Odum, Jamie
Thomas, James Alford, Sabrina
Miller, Alisa Ridgeway, Quinn
Robertson-Raulerson, Patrick
Graham, Ian Culbreath, Tahj
Merriex, Megan Parrish, Lauren
Smith, Jace Bielling, Hunter
Croft, India George, Eli Rimes,
Morgan Seay, Summer Bridges,
Brodi Long, Landon Proffitt,
Jasmine Thomas, I'me Williams,
Sierra Jones, Caden Barrett,
Garrett Kight, Eli Rogers, Alyssa
Rugg, Ariana Watts, Josie Croft,
Jackson Holton, Tracy Medina,
Tatiyana Holmes, Dezmond
Edwards, Trevor Holtzendorf,
Kiersten Lee,Christian Simmons,
Tenli Parrish, Jody DuBose,
Malcolm Odum, Logan Temes,
Hannah Warren, Zeb Raulerson,
Blake Bennefield, Matthew
Compton, Bailey Filippi, Hailey
Fishburn, Wesley Richardson
and Violet Romero.

Third grade: Blake Bass,
Miranda Broughton, Keeley
Durrance, Desmond Givens,
Jackson Griffis, Aliyah
Hancock, Jacob Newman, Dylan


Schaffer, Daniel Stone, Savanna
Tollefsrud, Nicole White, Terryn
Wilkins, Ashlyn-Agner, Amani
Bonilla, Cora Bryant, Tristin
Bynum, Autumn Friel, Debra
LeDuc, Sopia Wilson, Hannah
Fischer, Summer Palmer, Caleb
Tate, Kelly Denson, Hunter
Maldonado, Chloe McMinn,
Conner Rizer, Lynsi Johnson,
Douglas Knagge, BrettAbraham,
Chloe DuBose, MiyahkaJenkins,
Abigail Raine', Maci Whitehead,
Hunter Williams, Taylar Silcox,
Kaitlyn Gainey, Hunter Parrish,
Troy Rizer, Jackson Romrell,
Spencer Taylor, Madelyn
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CRIME
7 E SOCIALS
O 1- N A L 1 OBITUARIES
REGIN NEWS EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Chamber presents


business awards to


Lazenby, Murray Ford

lorth Florida equipment company is also "When IfirstcametoStarke,it
supportive of various chamber was a little bit of a culture shock
regionall Chamber events. for me," Asadi said. "Original-
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OI commerce aIlL illU ,
presents 4 awards
to individuals at
annual banquet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
'Lazenby Equipment and-
Murray Ford Superstore earned
business-of-the-year awards,
while Tracy George, Michael
Potapow, Edythe Robinson and
Dr. David Sikes earned individ-
ual awards at the annual North
Florida Regional Chamber of
Commerce membership meet-
ing, which was held Feb. 4 at
the Charley E. Johns Confer-
ence Center in Starke.
Scott Lazenby, the owner of
Lazenby Equipment. accepted
the award for Small Business
of the Year from chamber presi-
dent Pam Whittle, while Mur-
ray Ford Superstore owner Dale
Murray and general manager
Amir Asadi accepted the award
for Lage Business of the Year.
Terry Vaughan,,the event's
master of ceremonies, said it has
been a pleasure driving by La-
zenby Equipment on U.S. 301
South and watching it grow.


Vaughan said


the power


It s just a oeauitul business
:with a lot of great equipment
out there to purchase if you are
in the market," Vaughan said.
"They help with so many events
by donating equipment and
things to help with some of our
Main Street projects, Bike Fest
and everything the chamber is
involved with."
Murray bought the Ford deal-
ership in Starke approximately
two years ago, and in that short
time has been quick to step up
in support of the community,
Vaughan said.
"I've never had an opportu-
nity to approach this gentleman
where he didn't say, 'I'm here
to help.' They have an unbeliev-
able dealership and have just
earned a wonderful reputation
for customer service and a won-
derful product," Vaughan said.
Muiray thanked several peo-
ple for their help and support,
including Jeff Oody, the presi-
dent of Capital City Bank in
Starke, Starke Police Chief Jeff
Johnson and Bradford County
Sheriff Gordon Smith.
Asadi thanked those in at-
tendance for the hospitality he
has experienced in Bradford


ly, I m lrom Israel. I tLUU Uici
when I came out here, 'Dale, I
don't know. Here's a guy.born
in another country coming out
here with a name like Amir. I
don't know how the people of
Starke are going to take that.'
He said, 'Listen, if you come out
here with me, I can assure you
everything's going to be OK.'
"I thank all of you for being
so warm to us. I appreciate your
business. We thank you very
much."
The first award handed out
during the event, following a
dinner catered by Western Steer
Family Steakhouse, was the J.E.
Tomlinson Business Person of
the Year, which went to Sikes.
Sikes runs the Family Medical
Center practice in Starke as well
as The Village Doctors in Key-
stone Heights.
"In today's economy, I think
.you'll agree it's hard to find a
business that's expanding not
only in size but in service as
well," Vaughan said.
Vaughan said Sikes and his
staff have supported
community health events and a
host of other activities.
See AWARDS, 9B


Receiving individual awards were (I-r) Dr. David Sikes (Businessperson of the
Year), Michael Potapow (Citizen of the Year), Tracy George (Volunteer of the Year)
and (not pictured) Edythe Robinson (Workforce Award).


ABOVE:
Chamber
President Pam
Whittle (far
left) presents
the Large
Business
of the Year
Award to
Dale Murray
(center) and
Amir Asadi of
Ford
Superstore.
RIGHT: Scott
Lazenby of
Lazenby
Equipment
accepts
the Small
Business
of the Year
Award from
SWhittle.


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bC RIME


Brooker man
backs up traffic
on S.R. 16,
arrested for DUI
A deputy arrested a Brooker
man after the suspect drove so
slowly, he created a backup of
around 15 cars on S.R. 16.
Timothy William Crews, 34,
was charged with DUI.
According to a sheriff's office
report, Bradford dispatchers,
around 10 p.m. on Jan 26, sent a
deputy east from Starke on S.R.
16 after Clay County dispatch-
ers reported they had received
numerous complaints about a
red Dodge Durango failing to
maintain a single lane. Deputy
Jered Smith wrote he soon en-
countered the Dodge that was
straddling the white fog line and
was going so slowly that a line
of around 15 cars was trying to
get around the vehicle. After the
deputy stopped the Dodge, two
Clay deputies arrived and told
.Smith they had also been look-
jing for the SUV.
| The driver of the Dodge,
rCrews, told Smith the reason for
his erratic driving was that he
'vas returning home from work,
land was making cell phone calls
Lnd going through paperwork
,vhile driving. Smith, however,
2vrote that the driver appeared
lethargic, thick-tongued,and had
trouble balancing himself after
:exiting the car. Smith added that
after he asked the driver for his
driver's license, Crews thumbed
!through his wallet, passing back
and forth over his license seven
times before finding the docu-
ament.
S Crews also told the deputy
nhe had earlier in the day taken a
~ain'killer for shoulder pain.

|Man arrested
jfor tire thefts
A Starke man who told an
.investigator his truck was wear-
Eing down tread unusually fast
;was arrested for stealing 25 tires
Trom a local car repair shop
:- Loy Donald Readdick Jr., 24,
7was charged with burglary and
:grand theft.
SAccording to a police report,
,videotape captured images of a
man stealing the merchandise
"from a Temple Avenue repair
shop during two separate break-
'ins late last year.
The owner then got word that
another tire outlet in the area was
selling the poached merchandise
but a Starke investigator found
none of the stolen radials at the
,second dealer. The proprietor
denied any knowledge of the
thefts.
Soon. after Investigator Mark
Lowery questioned the second
'dealer, the victim received a
phone call from Loy.
"I heard you have me on sur-
veillance," Loy allegedly told
the victim. "I didn't take the
tires but I can get them back for
you."
SLowery then interviewed Loy,
who told the investigator that
Sthe front end of his truck was
not aligned and was wearing out
tread fast. He then admitted to
swiping the tires but added that
ihe only intended to borrow the
merchandise and would com-
pensate the business when he


got back on his feet.
The suspect then took the
detective to two vacant lots in
Starke where Lowery recovered
14 of the stolen fres.-

Report: Lawtey
chief, sheriff's
dog hauls in
suspect
A Lawtey man wanted for
failing to appear in court eS-
caped the grasp of Lawtey Po-
lice Chief Butch Jordan early
Feb. 1, only to be tracked down
later by the sheriff's K-9 unit.
James Martin Anderson, 55,
was arrested for resisting an of-
ficer without violence and for
failure to appear for an earlier
charge of driving with a sus-
pended license.
According to a sheriff's office
report, the chief grabbed An-
derson at Lawtey's Fast Track
convenience store, just after 2
a.m. However the 55-year-old
twisted away from the lawman
and sprinted toward Lawtey
Supermarket. The chief called
for backup. Two deputies soon
arrived and set up a perime-
ter around the area, while Jordan
stayed at the gas station with
Anderson's vehicle to prevent
the suspect from doubling back
and getting away.
Later, deputies brought in
their patrol dog, Bara, which
tracked the suspect to a house
on Park Street, not far from C.R.
225. The dog found Anderson
hiding under the house.

Burglary
victim tracks
down stolen
merchandise
A Pratt Street woman helped
police solve a burglary by locat-
ing her stolen jewelry in a local
pawnshop.
Police arrested Kevin Lee
Wilson, 28, for larceny, bur-
glary, giving false owner in-
formation on pawned items,
dealing in stolen property and
,criminal mischief with property
damage.
Officers also booked Katie
Ritch Am, 23, for criminal mis-
chief with property damage,
burglary, larceny and dealing in
stolen property.
According to a police report,
the victim told an officer she
left the door to her residence un-
locked.one high and the follow-
ing day discovered some of her
jewelry missing.


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She called a local pawnshop
and a store employee told her
items matching the description
of her property had been sold
to the store. Later the victim,
along with, police, went to the
store where the woman identi-
fied the items as her own.
From sales documents ob-
tained from the shop, police
identified the seller as Am.
Store employees also told in-
vestigators the woman was ac-
companied by a white male with
dark hair and tattoos on his neck
and arms.
The victim said she recalled
seeing a couple matching that
description walking around
her Pratt Street neighborhood
around the time of the break-in.
Police then interviewed Am
in a Westmoreland Street trailer
park. The 23-year-old admitted
she obtained the jewelry from
Wilson, knowing he had sto-
len it. She also said she. tried
to crush a gold necklace before
selling it, in an attempt to make
it unrecognizable to the victim.
Wilson first toldPolice he ob-
tained the jewelry ?om a friend
he met at Popeye's Fried Chick-
en, but later admitted to stealing
the items.

Report: Graham
man tried to
frighten away
new neighbors
A Graham-area man was ar-
rested after a deputy reported
that he vandalized the home of
an incoming neighbor.
Anthony Brannon Todd, 20,
was charged with criminal mis-
chief vith over $1,000 in prop-
erty damage. A juvenile was
also charged with criminal mis-
chief with property damage over
$200 and under $1,000.
According to a sheriff's office
report, the victims, a couple,
signed a rent-to-own contract for
a mobile home just off South-
east C.R. 18 on Feb. 1. When
they returned the following day
to remodel their new home, they
found pink and blue paint spread
over the walls. They also dis-
covered holes in the drywall.
The ,victims- reported that
someone had written racial
comments in black spray paint
throughout the interior of the
trailer, including one that read
something like, "I am a ghost
and will kill who lives here."
. -.Deputy Christopher Register
wrote in a report that the juve-
nile admitted to throwing pink
and blue paint onto the walls,
in addition to spray painting


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He also told the deputy that he
kicked holes in the drywall of
the trailer.
Report: man
collecting
money for
funeral, arrested
for battery
A Raiford man collecting
money for his mother's funeral
wound up in jail after a confron-
tation with other family mem-
bers, according to a sheriff's of-
fice report.
David Alan Seiberling, 48,
was arrested for battery.
According to an arrest narra-
tive, Seiberling went to his step-
father to demand money for his
mother's funeral. After collect-
ing the money, the Raiford man
grew aggressive toward the rela-
tive, coming face-to-face, with
his stepfather. Sieberling's half-
brother then tried to get between
the two men and Seiberling al-
legedly struck the peacemaker in
the face. The relative responded
by throwing the Raiford man
into the side of his truck. Seiber-
ling then got into the truck.
According to Seiberling, the
confrontation started when he
got into an argument with his
half-brother. The Raiford man
told a deputy that the brother
threw him into the side of the
truck, then pushed him to the
ground again after he got back
on his feet. Seiberling added
that his half-brother told him,
"If I didn't have family, I'd kill
you right now."



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stone Heights area) counties.
All individuals on this report are
innocent until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Briana Roshae Aaron, 21, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 1 by
Starke police for driving with
a suspended license. Bond was
set at $500 and she was released
Feb. 1.
Latasha Renee Addison, 29,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 4
by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of a new legend drug
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sion of cocaine and possession
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out a prescription. Bond was set
at $15,000 and she was released
Feb. 4.
Dale Mark Allen, 54, of Mel-
rose was arrested Feb. 6 by a
Bradford deputy on a warrant
for failure to appear on a misde-
meanor charge. Bond was set at
$8,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
James Martin Anderson,' 5,
of Lawtey was arrested Feb. 1
by Bradford deputies for failure
to appear and for resisting an of-
ficer. Bond was set at $16,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.

Edwin Elisha Baker, 25, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 31 by
Starke police for destroying evi-
dence. Bond was set at $30,000
and he remained in jail as of
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties.
All individuals on this report are
innocent until proven guilty in a
court of law.
Sheri Lee Avery, 34, of
Starke, was arrested Feb. 4 by
Starke police for battery. She
was released Feb. 4.
Ernest L. Bates, 32, of Law-
Stey was arrested Feb. 1 by Brad-
ford deputies for a felony proba-
tion violation. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
S Kristopher Jordan Beasley,
18, of Clarksville, Ga., was ar-
rested Jan. 5 by Bradford depu-
ties for two counts of larceny,
and two counts of burglary.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
:-time.
. John Bennett, 23, of Keystone
l-leights was arrested by Clay
deputiess on Feb. 4 for burglary
-.nd battery.
SWesley Wilford Bischoff, 34,
.-pf Woodstock, Ga. was arrested
i--an. 2 by Bradford deputies for
-battery. Bond was set at $1,000
-nd he was released Feb. 4.
SPreston D. Blacknell, 40, of
sLake Butler was arrested Feb.
:4 by Union deputies for disor-
derl\ intoxication.
Ciara Shawnetta Bradley, 22,
bf Gainesville was arrested Feb.
_4 by Bradford deputies for DUI.
-Bond was set at $2,000 and she
~vas released Feb. 5.
Terrell Keon Brown, 18, of
tStarke was arrested Feb. 2 by
Stake police for battery and lar-
!--ceny. Bond was set at $30,000
and he remained jn jail as of
press time.


victed felon and larceny.
Deborah Crews, 54, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 4 for an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $2,500 and she was re-
leased Feb. 4.
Kenneth David Crumpton,
29, of Starke was arrested Feb.
3 by Bradford deputies for reck-
less driving and DUI. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he was
released Feb. 3.
Joshua Roeland Ducksworth,
24, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 26 by Union deputies for
aggravated assault on a law en-
forcement officer and resisting
an officer with violence.
Scott Frew, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested by Clay
deputies on Feb. 1 for driving
with a suspended license.
Dean Andrew Galbraith, 19,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 4 by Bradford deputies
for a driving with a suspended
license. Bond was set.at $500
and he was released Feb. 4.
Robert D. George, 22, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 1 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended license and for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released Feb.
2.
Terrius Germaine Green, 20,
of Starke was arrested Feb.1 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended license, giv-
ing a false ID to a law enforce-
ment officer and possession of
less than 20 grams of marijuana.
Bond was set at $3,000 and he
was released Feb. 2.
Lucas C. Guerrero, 49, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
Union deputies for reckless
driving, driving without a valid
license and for failure to ap-
pear.
Chelsea Anne Hamby, 18, of
Waldo was arrested by Starke
police Feb. 5 for possession of
marijuana equipment. She was
released Feb. 5.


STracy Nicole Bryant, 35, of Denise Nicole Hengl, 23. of
Srarkae arrested Feb. 4 by Keystone Heights was arrested
Starke police for cruelty toward Feb. 1 by Bradford deputies for
a child without great harm. a felony probation violation.
SBond was set t $20,000 and She remained in jail as of press
Bond was set at $20,000 and time.
x.she remained in jail as of press time.
time. Faith Ann Jewell, 38, of
Keith Campble, 22, of Bald- Starke was arrested Feb. 1 by
Keith Campble, 22, of Bald-
Bradford, deputies for a mis-
.win was arrested Jan. 3 by Bradford deputies for a mis-
radfo d es dr demeanor probation violation.
Bradford de.p u~.is for driy? ,,sheremainedinjaiLbas of press
i without a \ijlT license. He was
a released Feb. 4. ".:-c y,~ime.. ,:i:qS!.,,CC, ..
Alfredo Chavarria, 19, of Gregory Lavell Johnson, 20,
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. of Jacksonville, was arrested
S26 by Union deputies for pos- Feb. 4 by Starke police for pos-
session of a weapon by a pco- session of less than 20 grams of
--session of a weapon by a con-


marijuana and for driving with-
out a valid license. Bond was set
at $4,000 and he was released
Feb. 4.
Aritonio Leonard Jones, 30,
of Hampton was arrested Feb. 3
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended license, pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and giving false in-
formation to a law enforcement
officer. Bond was set at $3,000
and he was released Feb. 6.
Courtney Dean Kuip, 34, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb.
3 by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of less than 20 grams
of marijuana and driving with a
suspended license. Bond was
set at $7,000 and he was re-
leased Feb. 4.
George Joseph LaJoie, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested by
Union deputies Jan. 27 for lar-
ceny.
Michael Joseph Leddy, 55, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 31 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $5,000
and he was released Jan. 31.
Carlie McClellan, 24, of Law-
tey was arrested Feb. 1 by Clay
deputies for batteih.
David A. Miles, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb. 4
by Waldo police for possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana and possession of narcot-
ics equipment. He was released
Feb. 4.
David Lee Morris, 49, of
Starke, was arrested Feb. 4 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear and for a misdemeanor
probation violation. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he remainedcin
jail as of press time.
Jacques Morris, 50, of King-
sland, Ga., was arrested Feb. 3
by Bradford deputies for driv-
ing with a suspended license.
Bonc was set at $2,000 and he
was released Feb. 4.
Laqwan Murphy, 19, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb.
4 for possession of narcotics
equipment, possession of less
then 20 grams of marijuana,
possession of synthetic narcot-
ics, and smuggling contraband
into a correctional facility.
Bond was set at $24,000 and he
was released Feb. 4.
James Earl Peace, 23, of Lake
Butler was arrested by Union
deputies for possession of co-
caine.
A'ngela Christine Pehska, 42,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 4
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $5,000 and she
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Bradford deputies for driving
without a valid license. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was re-
leased Feb. 4.
Micah Christian Phoenix, 30,
of Hampton was arrested Feb. 5
by Bradford deputies for failure
to appear. He was released Feb.
6.
Richard Rawlings,38,of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Feb.
3 by Clay deputies for criminal
mischief, false imprisonment of
an adult, and felony battery on
an elderly person.
James Edward Reed, 52, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 2 by
Starke police for driving with
a suspended license. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
Feb. 3.
Daniel Calderon Sanchez, 28,
of Sarasota was arrested Feb. 4
for driving without a valid li-
cense. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released Feb. 4.
Gil Santiago, 31, was arrested
Feb. 2 by Starke police for re-
sisting an officer. He was re-
leased Feb. 3.
David Alan Seiberling, 48, of
Raiford was arrested Feb. 1 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released Feb. 2.
David Eric Silcox, 39, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb. 2
by Bradford deputies for a fel-
ony probation violation. Bond
was set at $10,000 and he re-
mained in jail as of press time.
Daniel Eric Smalley, 32. Of
Lawtey was arrested Feb. 4 for
DUI and driving with a sus-
pended license. Bond was set
at $8,006 and he was released
Feb. 4.
Torey Smith, 20, of Starke
was arrested by Starke police
for criminal mischief with pro-
erty damage. Bond was set
at $1,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
William A. Smith, 43, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 3 for
driving with a suspended iand
expired license. He was released
Feb. 4.
Jasmine C. Thomas, 18, of
Gainesville was arrested Feb. 4
by Waldo police for possession


of mariju .a. Bond was set at
$4,000 and she was released
Feb.4.
Anthony Brannon Todd, 20,
of Brooker was arrested Feb. 2
by Bradford deputies for crimi-
nal mischief with more than
$1,000 property damage. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he was
released Feb. 3.
Willie B.Tyson,63, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 2 for posses-
sion of a concealed weapon.
Bond was set at $10,000 and he
was released Feb. 2.
David Wayne Walling, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by Lawtey police for three
counts of failure to appear.


Bond was set at $18,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Rachelle Nichole Whaley,.
21, of Gainesville was arrested
by Union deputies for posses-
sion of over 20 grams of mari-
juana and possession of narcot-
ics equipment.
Jasper James White, 44, of
Providence was arrested Jan. 30
by Union deputies for a felony
probation violation.
Jerome Williams, 30, of Jack-
sonville was arrested Feb. 3 for
possession of less than 20 grams
of marijuana. He was released
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clerks' fault. They are simply
doing their jobs and they have
no control over the costs.
So why does the price change
so rapidly? The corporate office
dictates the price, those prices are
checked all day long for changes
in what the future delivery prices
are going to be. That's why gas
prices change at all hours of the
day or night. When the price of
gas is going to go up, the stores
are told to raise their price. By
doing it this way, stores maintain
a higher profit margin on gas
they have already purchased and
maintain a good margin for gas
they will receive.
Prices on gas quickly go up,
but competitors have to decrease
their prices and stores have to
show a decline in average sales
for them to finally lower the
price of gas. This process takes
a lot longer than the raising of
gas prices. Corporations never
want to make less, or it seems
to be fair in their dealings with
there everyday customers. A fair
practice would be to only change
the price when a delivery is
occurring. This would keep the


Editorial/Opinion

Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, Feb. 9,2012 Page 4B




Things that make


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BY RAMONA PETRY
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
The price of gas is an ongoing
topic of discussion. Rising
gas prices all over the nation
are contributed to and directly
related to the cost of oil.
: That is something most people
understand, but what bothers
me about the price of gas is the
variance in other counties in
and around our tri-county area.
Our county gas tax is less than
counties that surround us, yet
gas costs more here.
, Then let it be mentioned that
the price of oil has risen, and
gas stations everywhere raise
the price on fuel that they have
already purchased-gas that
is already in the tanks on their
lots.
- How many stores in Starke do
you see getting a gas delivery
when they raise their prices?
Right. You don't normally
s'ee them getting a delivery.
The clerks simply get a call or
message telling them to raise the
price because the price of gas is
going to go up. This is not the


Letters


Crosby Lake
vigil inspiring
Dear Editor:
We would like to send a thank
you to everyone who supported
the candlelight vigil at Crosby
Lake Cemetery. It was a very
inspiring event with twinkling
luminaria as far as you could
see. And how wonderful it was
to be involved with such caring
children, youth and adults.
Many people were needed to
make the vigil a success and the
community response was espe-
cially awesome.
Again, thanks from the board
of the Crosby Lake Cemetery
Association. Continuing support
can be addressed to CLCA, P.O.
Box 75, Starke, FL 32091.
Carolyn Eaves

Trail Ridge fest
thanks Tatums
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the Lawtey Trail
Ridge Festival Organization,
I would like to recognize and
thank Tatum Brothers Sawmill
for their generous donation that
made the addition of the covered
deck on the old depot building in
Lawtey a reality.
As native sons of Lawtey, the
Tatum brothers and their fami-
lies contribute in many ways
to improve the quality of life
in Lawtey, a place that is very
.dear'to their hearts. As they go
about their way, very quietly in
support of the community, they
can be depended upon to assist
ip support of improving their
hometown.
We are thankful that such a
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profit margin that the corporation
has determined it wishes to be
at and stop some of the price
gouging that we, as consumers,
are being subjected to.
Here are some great ways to
manage gas costs:
You can car pool, or when
you leave to take the kids to
school, go to the grocery store
and run errands while you are
already out.
Smart phones or phones
that have internet access can
help too, especially for trips
out of town. The website www.
floridastategaspric&s. com
can help you locate the least
expensive price for where you
are going. As you travel or stop
to get gas, you text the current
gas price and location into the
website, where it is recorded and
made available for others.
Today, it is reported that gas
in
Ocala is $3.47, Jacksonville
$3.46-$3.48, Middleburg $3.49
and Starke $3.52. The website is
updated immediately and really
helps to get the lowest price for
wherever you are traveling.


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great team worked together to
bring this project to fruition.
John Mercier did a wonderful
job as project manager and Ter-
ry Meyer.as builder. These two
men worked many hours ensur-
ing that everything met code and
-was completed safely and attrac-
tively. Now, as we prepare for
the annual Trail Ridge Festival,
which will be held on Saturday,
March 10, we are pleased to in-
vite the public to join 'us for a
day of family fun and enjoy our
new deck.
Again, we send a heartfelt
"thank you" to the Tatum fam-
ily.
Jimmie L- Scott

Free at last
Dear Editor:
Right -has finally prevailed
on south U.S. 301. People don't
have to fear driving through our
beloved county, which is such a
good place to live, any more.


Hampton is talked about all
over the country and not in a
good way. Such a shame and all
for the love of money, my, my.
Most of the people caught on
U.S. 301 were law-abiding citi-
zens who were given no consid-
eration, just told, "Pay the fine.
We need the money to support
our drug enforcement."
Lights were shined in pass-
ing cars at night to see if people
were wearing seatbelts, an inva-
sion of privacy.
I would like to take this time
to congratulate our sheriff and
staff and all others who support-
ed this great cause, to free U.S.
301 from this dreadful plight.
They are all to be commended
for their efforts.
Florida is known as a tourist
state, not as.a state that fleeces
the public. Again, from the peo-
ple of Bradford County, we thank
you Sheriff Gordon Smith.
Henry Hodges


Located 1 mile South
ofRaiford on SR-121


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Letters


Candidates
are
questionable
Dear Editor:
The article on Hampton was
very interesting. I have often
wondered when the Hampton
Police Department would be
taken offU.S. 301. It seems that
they were everywhere on that
road.
The paragraph that really
caught my attention was the one
Where Sheriff Gordon Smith
stated that he has two individu-
als running against him for sher-
iff, who are friends of (Hampton
Police Chief) John Hodges.
What are the qualifications
to run for this position? Does
Bradford County run a back-
ground check? I would think
that Bradford would want an
individual who supports the
county in every aspect, is well
respected by everyone, who
keeps his home and property
well maintained, an individual
who has a good work history, is
financially secure, whose fam-
ily works and helps to support
Bradford County and not live
off the system. I have my doubts
about one of the individuals.
This is my opinion, plus a few
questions. I surely hope that the
good people in Bradford Coun-
ty will be very careful for whom
they vote in the next election for


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sheriff. Vote with your head, not
your heart or the fact that you
have known a person for years.
Norma Greene


HPD will be
missed on 301
Dear Editor:
John Hodges and his police
force will be sorely missed by
the people who live and work
around the intersection of U.S.
301 and C.R. 18 near Hamp-
ton. The word must have spread
quickly that they're gone, be-
cause the traffic is now back to
full speed, plus some. Before the
presence of the Hampton Police
Department at this intersection,
traveling through it many times
daily, I witnessed many, many
semis and cars running through
the red light because. they were
traveling much too fast to stop. I
also viewed numerous accidents
at this intersection, prior to their
monitoring. Their presyrpe
slowed the traffic down consid-
erably making this a much safer
highway to travel.
Since Mr. (Danny) Riddick
.is so concerned about our area,
;I suggest he again gather Rep.
Van ,Zant, Rep. Adkins, the
F'orida Highway Patrol, the De-
pattment of Transportation and
all'the other "politicians" he can
find and see what can be done to


make U.S. 301 a safer highway,
for the business owners and lo-,
cals who use it on a daily basis.
U.S. 301 has interstate traffic
driving at interstate speeds with
virtually no exit lanes. With
traffic behind you traveling 70
mph or more, it's very danger-
ous to slow down and turn into a
business or home. These posted
speed limits are determined by
the Department of Transportaf-
tion as the "maximum speed" it
is safe to travel on this highway.
To ensure the safety of all of us,
these limits should be enforced
by all law enforcement agen-
cies. It's their job.
It's a sad day when politicians
get together to stop another law
enforcement agency from en-
forcing the laws of the state'
of Florida. How can you even
defend people who blatantly
ignore posted speed limits, put-''
ting everyone on the highway inr
danger? Who then complain be'-'
cause they got caught and have
to pay a fine? But to threaten
to remove a city charter that's
beerfinplace since 1927 really'
tops it all.
What a bad example you are
setting. Complain enough to the
right people and you can stop
law enforcement from doing
their job. Better than that, you
can have them removed front :
the area.
Shame on you all.
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Clay's Travis Cummings js

to run for Florida House B


(The following is a statement
of intention to run for
public office, submitted
by the candidate.)
Clay County commissioner
and former chairman of the Clay
County Commission, Travis
Cummings, recently announced
his candidacy for the newly
drawn Florida House ofRepre-
sentatives seat that will include
roughly 160,000 Clay County
residents for the November
2012 election cycle.
Cummings was elected as the
county commissioner for Dis-
tFict 3 on Nov. 4, 2008, for a
four-year term.
"We are very fortunate this
new House district is entirely
in Clay County because it guar-
antees we will elect one of our
own," said Cummings. "My,
service to this community has
uniquely prepared me to be a
strong advocate for Clay County
in our state capital. I look for-
ward to standing up and defend-
ing the conservative values that
our community holds dear.
"My wife Jessica and I are ex-
cited to take on this challenge,
and I hope to 'have the opportu-
nity to come to Tallahassee and
continue to serve the people of
Clay County with great resolve,"
said Cummings.
Cummings is the owner and
president of a consulting firm,
specializing in employee bene-


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fits for individuals and business-
es. He has invested much of his
time throughout his professional
career to community involve-
ment, assuming leadership roles
with both civic and charitable
organizations. Born in Jackson-
ville, Cummings has been a resi-
dent of Orange Park, for nearly
35 year's and is fortunate to have
four generations of family who
live throughout Clay County.
He was elected chairman of
the Clay County Commission
in 2009, a position he held until
2011. Cummings also currently
serves as a member of the North
Florida Transportation Planning


Organization and a board mem-
ber of the Boys and Girls Club
of North Florida.
Other positions he has held
include mayor of Orange Park,
chairman of the Clay County
Charter Review Commission,
member of the Orange Park
Town Council, board member
of the Jacksonville Association
of Health Underwriters board
Member of the Borland-Groover
Foundation, board member/past
president of Jacksonville KA
alumni chapter, board member
and finance chairman for Clay
County YMCAs, and board
member and past president of
the Jacksonville Georgia Bull-
dog Booster Club.
Cummings also worked for
several years as a corporate con-
troller for the YMCA of Flori-
da's First Coast.
He has a master's degree in
business administration from the
University of North Florida and
a bachelor's degree in account-
ing from Valdosta State Univer-
sity. He worked f4c a Jackson-
ville CPA firm after returning to
Orange Park following college.
His wife Jessica is also a Clay
County native, and the couple
both graduated from Orange
Park High School. Cummings
is a member of the Orange Park
United Methodist Church and
resides in Orange Park with his
wife and two sons.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Jarraid Forsyth and Phillip
James won the championships
in their respective weight class-
es at the District 4-1A wrestling
finals and will be joined by five
teammates at this week's Re-
gion 1 finals.
Bradford placed third in the
team standings at the District 4
meet, which was held at Bishop
Snyder High School in Jackson-
ville on Feb. 4. The Tornadoes,
despite being down to just eight
wrestlers because of defections
and ineligibility issues, com-
piled 131 points to finish behind
perennial powers Clay (274.5


points) and Bolles (219.5).
"We knew it was going to be
tough going in," Bradford coach
Dana Arthur said, adding, "It's
quite an accomplishment."
The top four wrestlers in each
class earned the right to advance
to regional competition. For-
syth won the 138-pound class,
defeating Clay's Luke Frame
7-6, while James pinned Bolles'
Will Collier in 2:50 to win the
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"A lot(of wrestlers) don't have
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RObituaries
^_____________________


:Ellen Campbell
.WOOSTER, Ohio-Ellen Lu-
cille Dickinson Campbell, 91,
,'passed away Jan. 26, 2012. follow-
ing a five-month illness.
Born in Elmira, N.Y., on Feb.
17, 1920, Mrs. Campbell gradu-
ated from Auburn High School in
1938, with one of the highest scores
statewide on the New York regents'
chemistry exam. She received her
,training as a registered nurse at
Auburn City Hospital and earned
certificates in public health nurs-
ing from Syracuse University and
,in physical therapy from Columbia
University in 1945.
She married Cory Verle "Scotty"
Campbell in 1947 and continued
:,,her career in physical therapy by
working with children suffering
From polio and cerebral palsy. She
,-later began working at geriatric care
centers near Wooster, Ohio. In the
n id-1960s, she served as an el-
ementary school teacher in Burbank
:,and Sterling schools in Ohio, and
.completed her bachelor's degree
in elementary education at Ashland
College in 1968.
When they retired, she and her
husband spent 10 years travel-
ing around America in an RV and
-then spent an additional 10 years' as
"snowbird" residents in Keystone

the Bradford County Fair and the
Holmes County Fair, depending
On where she was residing at the
time. She was a seasonal member
6f both Clark Community Presbyte-
rian Church and Faith Presbyterian
Church.
She was preceded in death by
three sisters, Lenore, Betty and Sar-
#h Dickinson.
Mrs. Campbell is survived by:
her husband of 65 years; three chil-
dren, Craig Campbell of Keystone
Heights, Corrin (Ten Eyck) Camp-
bell of Boulder, Colo., and Candace
(Seek) Campbell of Saint Paul,
Minn.; five grandchildren; and two
grand-goddaughters.
The family will hold a private
service and interment. Memorials
can be made to Hospice and Pallia-
tive Care of Greater Wayne County,
2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster,
OH 44691. Arrangements are un-
der the care of McIntire, Davis and
Greene Funeral Home of Wooster,
Ohio.


George Carlyon
HAWTHORNE-George Henry
Carlyon, 76, of Hawthorne passed
away Feb. 6, 2012, at Haven Hos-
pice Roberts Care Center in Palat-
ka.
Mr. Carlyon lived most of his
Life in Jacksonville and moved to
Hawthorne 16 years ago. He was
a member of the Keystone United
Methodist Church and a veteran
of the Florida Air National Guard.
He retired as a pilot for American
Airlines.
He was preceded in death by a
son, Robert Deac, and a sister, Nan-
cy Carlyon.
Mr. Carlyon is survived by: his
wife, Carol Carlyon; a daughter,
Mary Beth Luzinski; sons, Douglas
Michael and Hank Carlyon, and Mi-
chael Deac; brothers, Edward and
Tom Carlyon; 12 grandchildren and
six great-grandchildren.
Memorial services with military
honors will be held on Saturday,
Feb. 11, at 10 a.m. at Keystone
United Methodist Church with Dr.
Tom Farmer conducting the ser-
vices.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of Mel-
rose.



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Wilford Croft
PROVIDENCE-Wilford \ il-
lie Croft. 86. of Crovidence passed
away Feb. 3, 2012, at his home fol-
lowing an extended illness.
Mr. Croft was a lifelong resident
of Union County and was the son
of the late Willie Croft and Pearlie
Pearce Croft.
He served as a Union County
commissioner from 1962 to 1966.
He then served the county as prop-
erty appraiser from 1968 to 1992.
During his career, Mr. Croft helped
establish the surveyor line center of
the Florida Barge Canal.
He was a member and past dea-
con at Providence Village Baptist
Church.
He was very active in Union
County and the state. He served
as state director of .Florida County
Commissioners, county and state
director of Florida Farm Bureau,
state director of Florida Property
-Appraisers, president and director


of the Lake Butler Rotary Club,
past master of Lake Butler Masonic
Lodge #52. and president of the
Lake City Shrine Club and Scottish
Rite of Jacksonville.
Mr. Croft helped found the
Bradford-Union Cattlemen's As-
sociation. was a lifetime member
of Shrine International and was a
member of the Wildlife Federation.
the Florida Sheriffs Association.
the Lake City Country Club. the
Florida Forestry Association and
the Gator Golf Association.
He was preceded in death by: a
daughter. Carol Ann Croft: a great-
granddaughter. Sara Elizabeth
Newsom; a sister. Nina Lee Johns;
and a brother, Freeman Croft.
Mr. Croft is survived by: his wife
of 62 years, Evelyn James Croft; a
daughter, Brenda (David) Newsom
of Lake Butler; sons. Billy (Brenda)
Croft, Kenneth (Linda) Croft, and
Bobby (Jane) Croft, all of Lake But-
ler; brothers. Travis (Joetta) Croft
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Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 7B



SObituaries


Roger Gillen
LULU-Will "Roger" Gillen,
76, of Lulu passed away Feb. 5,
2012, at his residence following an
extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Lulu, Mr.
Gillen was the son of the late Clar-
ence and Helen Waldron Gillen. He
worked as a county road supervisor
for Columbia County for several
years and then went to work as a
road grader operator for Ellington
Construction in Lake Butler. He
worked as a rock finisher specializ-
ing in road construction until his re-
tirement. He was a member of Lulu
Advent Christian Church.
Mr. Gillen was preceded in death
by: a son, Damon Gillen; a daugh-
ter, Darlene Griffis Gillen; a grand-
son, Kenny Griffis; sisters, Gwen
Morrow and Jackie Cribbs; and a
brother, Carl Gillen.
He is survived by: his wife of
46 years, Dena Gillen; a son, Tim
Griffis Gillen of Lulu; daughters,
Linda Avery of Inglis and Angle
-(Greg) Green of Lulu; a brother,
;Roland Gillen of Lulu; sisters,
,Catherine Smith of Lake City and
Marsha Woishwell of Key Largo;
.six grandchildren and six,great
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Gillen'
were held Feb. 8 at Lulu Advent
'Christian Church with Pastor Miles
1"Butch" Nelson conducting the ser-
-vices. Interment followed in Beth-
lehem Baptist Church Cemetery in
Lake City.
Arrangements are under the care
of Dees-Parrish Family Funeral
Home of Lake City. Please sign the
:online guestbook at www.parrish-
:familyfuneralhome.com.

Kaitlyn Green
RAIFORD-Kaitlyn Dawn
:Green, 15, of Raiford passed away
at her home on Feb. 6, 2012.


ADVANCE
" Continued from,5B

after once leading 7-1. Arthur
said the two have battled each
:other throughout the season, with
Paulk winning some matches
and Bain winning some, and he
expects them to meet in the re-
gional and state finals.
"I think they're going to wres-
Wle two more times," Arthur said.
Parks had a .500 record last
year as a freshman and is cur-
rently 22-11 after being pinned
by Bolles' Max Tejada, a wres-
tier who placed fourth at state
Last year.
Arthur said it was quite an ac-
complishment for Parks to place
in a competitive heavyweight
class at the district meet.
Cody Hankerson and Brent
Kebby each placed third in the
152 and 220 classes, respec-


Bbrn in Charleston, S.C., Ms.
Green had lived in Raiford for more-
than four years and was a student
at Lake Butler Middle School. She
was baptized in The Christian Fel-
lowship Church in Green Cove
Springs.
She is survived by: her parents,
Ret. Navy Chief Thomas E. Green
Jr. and Donna K. Green of Raiford;
brothers, Dustin Stephen Kudlesky
and Eric Wade Kudlesky; paternal
grandparents Thomas and Virginia
Green ofAdel, Ga.; maternal grand-
parents, Donald and Alma McRae
of Green Cove Springs.
Family will receive friends on
Wednesday, Feb. 8, from 6-8 p.m.
at Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler.
Funeral services for Ms. Green
will be held on Thursday, Feb. 9, at
3:30 p.m. in the chapel at the funer-
al home with the Rev. Palu Salazar
conducting the services. Interment
will follow in Sapp Cemetery.

Mack Lee
JACKSONVILLE-Mack "Ice
Man" Lee, 68, of Jacksonville
passed away Feb. 4, 2012, at Select
Specialty Hospital in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke on Oct. 8, 1943,
he graduated from RJE High School
in Bradford County and later moved
to Jacksonville. He retired as a cor-
rectional officer at Florida State
Prison. He was an affiliate mem-
ber of Greater Bethlehem Freewill
Baptist Church in Starke, where he
served as a member of the choir. He
was also a member of Morning Star
Masonic Lodge #26 of Starke.
Mr. Lee is survived by: his com-
panion, Deliah Elliott of Jackson-
ville, a son, Andre Prince Lee of
Starke, a daughter, Yolando Lomax
of Livington, N.C.; brothers, Lester
Lee of Livington, N.C. and Robert
Lee of Starke; and five grandchil-


tively. Hankerson, who has a
30-8 record, pinned Ty Merry
of Providence in 4:04 in his fi-
nal match, while Kebby, who is
25-9, pinned Connor Black of
Bishop Snyder in 1:11.
Bradford's Dalton Russell also
qualified for regional competi-
tion by placing'fourth in the 106
class.
The Region 1 meet will be held
at Clay High School in Green
Cove Springs on Friday and Sat-
urday, Feb. 10-11. Competition
begins at noon on Feb. 10 and at
9:30 a.m. on Feb. 11. The finals
matches will begin at 6 p.m. on
Feb. 11.
Again, the top four wrestlers
in each class will advance to the
state finals.
"I think we have a solid four-
and possibly five-that could
possibly qualify for state," Ar-
thur said.


dren.
Family hour will be Friday. Feb.
10, from 4-5 p.m. at Haile Funeral
Home in Starke. The family will
receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on
Friday at the funeral home and for
one hour prior to the service on Sat-
urday at the church.
Funeral services will be held
on Saturday, Feb. 11, at 1 p.m. at
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Church in Starke with'the Rev. Al-
vin Green conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Lee Cem-
etery in Starke.
Arrangements are under the care
of Haile Funeral Home of Starke.

Estrella Long
Estrella Nifia Celorio Long, 82,
passed away Feb. 2, 2012, follow-
ing a long battle with cancer.
An "American by choice," Mrs.
Long emigrated to the U.S. in 1943
from Cuba. She graduated from
Toccoa Falls Institute and then Au-
burn University. She learned the
English language so well that she
became an English teacher later in
life.
She married Melvin Durward
Long Jr. in 1953. He preceded her
in death in 2008.
Mrs. Long is survived by: chil-
dren, Melvin Durward Long III
(and Paul Krunich), Carl Patrick
(and grandson Samuel Patrick), and
Elena Colleen Martin (and Steve
Martin and grandson Hunter Mar-
tin); a sister, Esther Masdeu; and
a large number of extended family
members.
The family will receive friends
at Archer Funeral Home on Thurs-
day, Feb. 9, from 6-8 p.m. Funeral
services will be held at Harmony
Freewill Baptist Church near Lake
Butler on Friday, Feb. 10, at "I
a.m. Interment will occur at 5 p.m.
at Hickory Grove Cemetery in Ma-
lone.


Arrangements are under
of Archer Funeral Home
Butler.


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Archie Tanner
STARKE-Archie M. Tanner,
69, a licensed funeral director in
Starke passed away Feb. 6, 2012,
at North Florida Regional Medical
Center with family by his side.
He was born in Fort White on
May 13, 1942, to the late Jackson
Bart Tanner and Pearl Elizabeth
Roberts Tanner.
Archie was a member of Philippe
Baptist Church, the Shriners and
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
1016. For over 25 years he was a
Free Mason and a member of the
Bradford Lodge #35.
He was a distinguished graduate
of Gupton-Jones Mortuary Col-
lege where he earned his degree in
mortuary science and later became
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and remembered for his genuine
love for people and his community,
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laughter to his conversations.
He was preceded in death by his
brothers, .L.J. Tanner and Albert
S. Tanner.
:. He is survived by: his loving wife
S. of 32 years, Ruby Tanner of Starke;
his daughter, Lucretia Tanner
(Howard) Kistler of Pensacola; his
brothers, Bart Tanner and Eugene
"Duck" Tanner; his sisters, Loraine
Edwards, Marie Shaw, Sarah Pearl
Edwards, Nancy Stalnaker and Di-
ane Keene; and his grandson, Ryan
Kistler.


Funeral services will be held Sat-
urday, Feb. 11, at 1 p.m. at Madi-
son Street Baptist Church with the
Revs. Hugh Dampier and Gene
Bass officiating. Interment will
follow at Memorial Cemetery in
Lake City. The family-will receive
friends Friday, Feb. 10, from 5-8
p.m. at the church. Arrangements
are under the care and direction of


Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke. Visit www.archietannerfu-
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PAID OBITUARY



Linda Weeks
LAKE CITY-Linda Looker
Weeks, 66, of Lake City passed
away Feb. 5, 2012, at Suwannee
Haven Hospice in Lake City fol-
lowing an extended illness.
Ms. Weeks was born in Cincin-
nati, Ohio, but lived most of her
life in Lake City. She was a honie-
maker.
She is survived by: sisters, July
Snyder of Lake Butler and Dehn
Amelia of Ohio; brothers, Roy
Looker of Lake City and Gene
Looker of LaBelle; several nieces
and nephews.
Graveside funeral services were
held Feb. 8 at Elzey Chapel Cem-
etery with the 'Rev. Terry Elixson
conducting the services. Arrange-
ments are under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
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Beck spots girls' weightlifting team
:B;ck of Starke recently made a donation of $400 to support the girls' weightlifting
program at Bradford High School. Beck General Manager Paul Ferschke and
:Beck Director of Public Relations Tammy McCormick are pictured with Bradford
weightlifting coach Deac Story and members of the team. Pictured are: (front, I-r)
Ferschke, Leah Bryant, Brittany Tison, Christin Hopkins, state qualifier Karen Clark,
McCormick, (middle, I-r) Story, Michaela Williamson, Ashlan Clark, Ryan Clemons,
state qualifier Samartha Cook, (back, I-r) Brooke Shireman, Brandi Nichols, Haley
Sweat, Makayla Proctor, Haley Tidsen and Angela Byrd. Not pictured: weightlifting
team member Autumn Rodgers.


Keystone girls
fall behind,
never recover
in 62-37 loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team made just four
field goals in the first half and
had 10 overall in a 62-37 loss
to Williston in the semifinals of
the District 5-4A tournament on
Feb. 2 in Alachua.
Williston led by 16 at the half
and was never seriously threat-
ened after that, building a lead of
27 points in the third quarter.
The Red Devils, who went
on to lose 45-33 to Santa Fe in
the Feb. 4 championship game,
scored the first six points of the
game, but Keystone (13-12)
pulled to within 9-7, getting a
free throw each from Jasmine
Pernell and Tara Shobris and a
field goal each from Jordan Lei-
theiser and Mackenzie Dicks.
Dicks' basket was a 3-pointer.
Hannah Hamilton later made
a 3-pointer to pull the Indians
to within 12-11, but Williston
closed the quarter by scoring six
straight points, with four of those
points coming off of turnovers.
yWjilliston opened the second
quarter with an 11-1 run, with
the.Indians turning the ball over
seven times during that stretch.
The Red Devils outscored Key-
stone 13-4 in the quarter to take
a:ST-15 halftime lead. The Indi-


Keystone's
Mackenzie
Dicks
drives into
the paint in
the Indians'
loss to
Williston.
Dicks
made four
3-pointers
and led the
team with
12 points.


ans were in danger of not even
getting a field goal until Holly
Strassberger made one with 30
seconds left in the half.
The Indians' scoring woes
continued at the start of the third
quarter as they missed their first
10 field goal attempts. Williston
rebounded every miss but two
and scored 13 of the quarter's
first 15 points.
Keystone eventually put to-
gether an 11-4 run that stretched
into the fourth quarter.
Almost all of those points


Dexter Clayton
signs his letter
of intent to play
for Reedley
College while his
mother, Tangela
Hankerson, looks
on.


BHS running back Clayton


to attend Reedley College


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It will require a trip across
the country, but Bradford High
School senior Dexter Clayton
will get the chance to continue
his football career and further
his education after signing a let-
ter of intent on Feb. 1 to play for
Reedley College, a junior col-
lege in Reedley, Calif.
"It's a wonderful feeling,"
said Clayton, a running back
who rushed for 855 yards and
10 touchdowns this past season
for Bradford.
Traveling so far away from


home does not seem to bother
Clayton.
"I'm a grown man," he said.
"I think I can handle it."
Bradford head coach Derek
Chipoletti said it's a good op-
portunity for Clayton to succeed
on the football field and in the
classroom, and then move on to
a bigger school. Chipoletti said
a player he coached at Flem-
ing Island High School-Eric
Johnson-went to Reedley and
is now playing for UNLV. An-
other player Chipoletti coached
went from Reedley to Newberry
College in South Carolina.


"We've sent kids there in the
past. They end up with their AA
and enrolled in a four-year col-
lege, Chipoletti said, adding,
"(Reedley's) been historically
a place we'vb sent guys we
feel are good football players
and need to get some academic
work done."
Clayton said that his main fo-
cus is improving his grades so
that he can succeed and move
on to a four-year school.
"I just have to keep striving to

See CLAYTON, 12B


Bradford, Union boys to play

district semifinal games Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Boys' basketball district tour-
naments began this week, but
the Bradford and Union County
teams will not have to play until
Friday, Feb. 10.
Keystone Heights, the num-
ber-six seed in the District 5-4A
tournament, played third seed
Santa Fe this past Tuesday.
Bradford is the number-two
seed in the District 5-4A tour-


came from Dicks, who made
three 3 pointers. She knocked
down two long-range shots to
open the fourth quarter, but Wil-
liston responded by going on an
11-2 run to go up 59-32.
Leitheiser. % ho had .two bas-
kets late in the game, and Dicks
were the only Keystone players
with multiple field goals. Dicks,
with four 3-pointers, led the In-
dians with 13 points, while Lei-
theiser had six points on three


See KHHS, 12B


BHS girls rally, but fall in semifinals


SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
:Regional News/Sports Editor
I Wilisha Griner almost single-
iandedly wiped out most of a
lf point deficit, but the Bradford
girls' basketball team could not
daiy its momentum over into
tiefourth quarter, losing 57-46


to top seed Santa Fe in the semi-
finals of the District 5-4A tour-
nament on Feb. 2 in Alachua.
Griner scored 13 points during
a 14-2 run that sent the fourth
seed Tornadoes into .the final
quarter down by six. Bradford,


though, could not get any closer
even though Santa Fe's struggles
from the field continued. The
Raiders went through a dry spell
that saw them miss 19 straight
field-goal attempts.
See BHS, 12B


Congratulations to the Bradford Middle School girls' basketball
team, which brought a Suwannee Middle Athletic Conference
championship home to Starke after defeating Williston 42-26.
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of Tuesday's Keystone-Santa
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The other semifinal game will
pit top seed Williston against
Fort White or Interlachen at
7:30 p.m.
The Feb. 10 winners will play
for the championship on Satur-
day, Feb. 11,at7 p.m.
Union is the second seed in


the District 7-1A tournament,
which is being played at New-
berry High School. The Tigers
will play third seed Baldwin at 6
p.m. on Feb. 10, while the other
semifinal game will pit top seed
Chiefland against either fourth
seed Newberry or fifth seed Di-
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As with the District 5-4A
tournament, the District 7-1A
championship game will be
played at 7 p.m. on Feb. 11.


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Chessie Flanders (left) and Scott Roberts chat about the Bradford County
Education Foundation silent auction items.


V-AWARDS
Steve Futch Continued from 1B


(right)
buys some
candy bars
from Barry
Warren to
support the
Bradford
County
Education
Foundation
and for the
chance to
win $200.


"During his free time, he has
committed himself and staff to
the Bradford County Relay for
Life, and he supports our youth
through major sponsorship of the
Kiwanis basketball tournament,
just to name a few," Vaughan
said. "He's a Golden Santa spon-
sor as well with the Shop with a
Cop event and participates in the
Christmas parade.
"You can just get a sense of
the huge footprint he leaves in
a positive way for our commu-
nity."
In introducing Potapowvas the
Eugene L. Matthews Citizen of
the Year, Vaughan described a
man who is plenty busy-Pota-
pow also owns the McDonald's
restaurants in Baldwin, Inter-
lachen and Palatka-but who
doesn't let that stop him from
helping the community in some
way.
"Though he spreads himself
thin over such a broad region,
he always finds time to show his
support for the community, or-
ganizations and children of this
region," Vaughan said. "I can
vouch for that. He is so involved
at so many levels.
"He's one of those guys,
though, who likes to do it behind
the scenes. That speaks so well
to the type of person that he is."
Vaughan talked of how Pota-


pow is one of the main sponsors
of the annual Lake Area Mc-
Donald's Christmas Basketball
Tournament, which raises funds'
for the Bradford High School
basketball program, and is a
Golden Santa ($1,000 or more)
sponsor of the Starke Police
Department's Shop with a Cop
program.
The Starke Police Department
has benefitted from Potapow's
generosity in several ways. He
donated funds to the Starke
Police Department to assist in
the purchase of vehicles during
budget cuts and also bought the
department a canine.
Potapow also supports the
annual Santa Fe College Boots-
N-BBQ event and took part in a
Climb for Cancer fundraiser last
year in which he climbed Mount
Kilimanjaro.
"Every time you see the gold-
en arches in this region, please
know that the guy who stands
behind them is one heck of a
great person," Vaughan said.
Robinson and George received
the Pat Farnsworth Workforce
and North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce Volun-
teer awards, respectively.
Robinson was not in atten-
dance, but Vaughan said of her,
"She has served so well and
dedicatedly on our workforce
board for many years and has
also been involved with Florida
Works and many other functions
in our community."
In introducing George,
Vaughan talked of her efforts in,
caring for and rescuing animals.
"It's unbelievable what she'
does with our different rescue:
organizations and the animal
shelter here in Bradford Coun-
ty," Vaughan said. "She's got a
wonderful heart."
The event also included a rec-
ognition of outgoing chamber
board members Vaughan and
Frank Patterson, while Judge
Phyllis Rosier administered the
oath of office to the 2012 board
of governors: Jimmie Scott (the
returning board chair), Virgil
Berry, Carlton Faulk, Steve Fu-
tch, Rusty Greek, Rhonda Ham-
ilton, Jerome Johns, John Miller,
Beth Moore, Dale Murray, Dar-
rell O'Neal, Jeff Oody, Doug
Reddish, Jennie Reed, Paula


Register, Amber Roberts-Craw-
ford, Lila Sellars, Tommy Tom-
linson and Cyndi Wilsch.

Silent and live auctions held in
conjunction with the event raised
at least $8,500 for the Bradford
County Education Fourfdation,


a nonprofit organization",'th
raises funds to support Brad.fio\
County educators and student.
while music performed by: Bp
Carter and Friends (John. .Mp
Millan, Adam Stevenson.: and
Matt Wilsey) capped the' eve-
ning.


Ben Carter gives the barrquet attendees a reason to
get out on the dance floor.


Chamber board
chairman Jimmie Scott
introduces the 2012
board members.


Taking the time to chat during the social hour are (I-r) Brenda Thornton, Mary
Kramer and.Sylvia Reddish.


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42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.


2011 FORD ESCAPE XLS.
4 cyl. great gas mileage!
13,000 miles. $19,087.
Call 904-796-0781.
$CASH$ FOR Junk cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.

FOR SALE Electric Golf cart
w/ two rear child seats.
Interested call 904-966-
1476.
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Land For Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3.5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.


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Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq. ft.
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,500/mo. Warehouse,
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Office and warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for'rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
OFFICE BUILDING WITH 2
OFFICES. One main work
area for multi workers. In-
cludes kitchen, two bath-
rooms, shower, 12-14 pri-
vate parking spaces, dual
A/C units. For information,
call 904-364-9022 Rent
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COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE for lease. Close
to Bradford County
Courthouse. Call 352-
745-0039.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
units. South HWY 301
frontage, across from the
KOA Campground and
next to Lightning Pawn.
Call 352-235-1675.

48
Homes For Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.
2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq.ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2

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car garage, utility .rom
in garage with W/D book-
ups, 2 storage s"jeds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
area for kids and recre-
ation, close to town and
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
appointment only.
2BR/1BA NEWLY REMOD-
ELED, $65,000. 696 Ep-
person St. in Starke. 352-
745-0039
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Mobile Homes
For Sale
USED SINGLE WIDE, 3/BR
$5,000, includes delivery
Call 904-259-4663. Jared
or Greg, Wayne Frier
Macclenny Factory outlet,
110, exit 336.

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* Slag Rock
* Crushcrete
* Millings


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* Crusher Run
* Masonry Sand
* Gravels


Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-91269


Doug
Reddish
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he had the
Winning
bid on
feminine
jewelry,
but he
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New carpet, paint, lino-
leum, appliances. Call
904-259-4663, Jared or
Greg, Wayne Frier Mac-
clenny Factory outlet, 110,
exit 336.
ONE LEFT, 2011 home
of the year. 28x48, fur-
nished, dishwasher, set
up, pew CH/A, skirting,
steps, $48,500. Wayne
Frier Macclenny Factory
outlet, 110, exit 336. 904-
259-4663.
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DOUBLE WIDE. Deliv-
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land. 0% down, call Jake
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FAST CASH. We buy homes
any year, any size. We
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we do in-house financ-
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inc. $42,995. Call Bruce
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if needed. Call Kyle 386-
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NEW2012 2BR/2BA. Home
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inc. $19.995. Call Bruce
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New 2012 3/2's start at
$39,900 and New 4/2's
start at 49,900. All new
homes inc delivery and
set up, ac-skirt and steps.
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352-872-5566.
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with many upgrades, in-
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all warranties apply. Call
Matt 386-697-6209.
TAKING BIDS on repo .
Homes of Merit 3BR/2BA.
2000 model bids start at
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For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
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homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
711. Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3,
& 4 BR. HC and non-HC
accessible apartments.
Laundry facility and play-
ground. Water, sewer, and
garbage provided. "This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer." Call 386-496-
3141.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
2BR/1BA, 696 Epperson St.
in Starke. $700/mo. 352-
745-0039.


2BR apt. dbwn town Starke.
$450/mo. Will work out
payment plan for final and
security. Call Joan 904-
964-4303 for additional
information.
2BR/1BA HOUSElst &
sec. deposit, $600. Lake
Geneva area. Call 352-
473-2919.
KEYSTONE & STARKE
RENTALS- 2BR/1BA,
CH/A. Conveniently lo-
cated near shopping.
some lake front. Rent
from $475-$650, depend-
ing on family size. Some
free lawn maintenance
included on some rentals.
352-450-8518.
2BR/1BA house on Lake
Brooklyn,. Large sun-
room, deck, shed. $675
per month, first, last &
sec. deposit. Call 904-
225-4908 or 904-738-
0979.

LOVELY 2BR/1BA apart-
ment on Kingsley Lake.
Rarely available, but long
term tenant has relocated
out of area. Immediate oc-
cupancy. Woodsy setting.
Access to dock and lake
for tenants. Ideal for pro-
fessional. Security deposit
and credit check required.
Shown by appt. only. Call
904-533-2862.
SPACIOUS 2BR/1.5BA MH.
Located in Melrose, quiet
community, $395/mo. with
$300 deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.

2BR/1 BA COTTAGE orfeast
side of Santa Fe Lake, on
the water. $675/mo. $600
deposit, service animals
only, no smoking inside.
352-475-5620.
VERY CLEAN 2BR/1BA
SW. W/D hookup, CH/A,
lacer, in country. $525/
mo., no lease. Call 904-
769-9559.
3BR/2BA VERY CLEAN.
Ready to move in, safe
quiet neighborhood. 1231
Bradford St. Starke. Ref-
erences required, $700/
mo. plus $700 deposit.
Call 814-257-9825.
TWO 2BRl1BA APTS, in
Starke, good location.
Call Masud @727-455-
8311.
641 EAST ST. 3BR/2BA
SWMH. Discount for re-,
tired, military, SSI/state
retired. 1 pet allow, $20
nonrefundable records
check. $450/mo. $450
deposit, $100 pet deposit.
727-544-5054 or 352-
235-7554.


HUGE GENERAL MERCHANDISE AUCTION
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 10TH 2012 AT 6:30 P.M.
S4939 S.W. S.R. 121 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
:PREVIEW 5:00 P.M. TIL SALE. GLASSWARE, DISH SETS,
POTS PANS, RECORDS, COLLECTIBLES, MECHANIC
TOOLS, CARPENTRY TOOLS, PORCELAIN DOLLS,
LADIES WATCH SELECTION, LADIES SHOES, COOK
BOOKS, EARLY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICS, BOX LOTS,
TRAY LOTS... TOO MUCH TO LIST! COME EARLY TO
GET A GOOD SEAT!
STEVE WILSON AUCTIONEER AB 809 AU 1159
S12% BP 2 % DISCOUNT CASH OR GOOD CHECK
TERMS: CASH, ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
SORRY NO CHECKS IF WE DON'T KNOW YOU
CATERED BY SOUTHERN BREEZE
MORE INFO CALL
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12B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012


Union girls
lose in
semifinals to
Newberry

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Top seed Newberry held the
Union County girls' basketball
team to two points in the first
quarter and led by 22 at the half
en route to defeating the Tigers
50-18 in the semifinals of the
District 7- IA tournament on Feb.
3 in Newberry.
Newberry (24-2) would go on
to cap a perfect season against
district competition, defeating
Baldwin 64-33 on Feb. 4 to claim
the district championship. The
Panthers will host Crescent City
in a regional semifinal game on
Tuesday, Feb. 14, while district
runner-up Baldwin (15-9) will
travel to play Wildwood.
The Tigers (6-15) were led by
Teyona Jenkins' five points.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 2 8 3 5-18
NHS: 16 16 11 7-50

Urlion scoring (18): Keyambre
Cobb 3, Shakeylia Griffin 4, Jen-
kins 5, Chelsea Roberts 4, Court-
ney Walsh 2. 3-pointers: Cobb.
Free throws: 1-9.

Earlier result:

UCHS 52 Dixie Co. 35
Jenkins and Courtney Walsh
each scored 10 points as the Ti-'
gers advanced to their semifinal
matchup against Newberry by
defeating Dixie Coutny 52-35 in
a quarterfinal game on Jan. 31.
The Tigers led by four at the
half before outscoring the Bears
18-3 in the third quarter.
Keyambre Cobb and Chelsea
Roberts scored nine and eight
points, respectively.


CLAYTON
Continued from 8B

do what I have to do," he said.
On the field, Clayton, who
is 5-8, 180, is a tough, strong
runner who more than holds his
own against bigger players.
"He's going to get down-
hill and run through tackles,"
Chipoletti said. "He's extreme-
ly strong for his size."
Chipoletti said the main
concern coaches have with
undersized running backs is
their ability to pass protect, but
the Bradford coach said there
should be no such concern with
regard to Clayton.
"I've seen him do it all year,
and I've seen him do it against
bigger competition in this
(Florida-Georgia Border Wars)
all-star game wejust played in,"
Chipoletti said. "He will stick
his hat in anybody's chin-it
doesn't matter who it is.
"I think he'll be successful."
What will also help Clayton
be successful is his ability as
a pass catcher out of the back-
field-he caught 32 passes for
377 yards and four touchdowns
this past season-and his abil-
ity to learn the nuances of the
game.
"What impresses me about
Dexter is his knowledge of the
game," Chipoletti said.
Clayton said he doesn't ex-
pect a tough transition to the
collegiate game, though he ad-
mitted he expects the game to
be faster-paced. The main ad-
justment he wants to make is to
become a better team leader.
"I've been working on it
these past few years," he said.
He'll be leading a new
team-one that's all fthe way
in California. He can't wait to
take the field for the first time
as a Reedley Tiger.
"It's a feeling I can't wait
for," Clayton said. "It's a feel-
ing I'm ready for."


KHHS
Continued from 8B

field goals.
Strassberger, who was 3 for
4 from the foul line in the third
quarter, also finished with six


points.
Williston (15-8) traveled to
Ocala this past Tuesday to play
District 6 champ Trinity Catholic
in a regional quarterfinal game,
while District 5 champ Santa Fe
(14- 1) hosted South Sumter.

Score by Quarter
WHS: 18 13 17 14-62
KHHS: 11 4 7 15-37

Keystone scoring (37): Dicks
13, Caiylen Gonzales 1, Hamilton
5, Leitheiser 6, Pernell 1, Shobris
5, Strassberger 6. 3-pointers:
Hamilton, Dicks 4. Free throws:
12-31.


BHS
Continued from 8B

Tyra Carter ended the drought
when she stole a Bradford in-
bounds pass and scored, spark-
ing a 14-4 Raiders run that put
them up 52-37.
Griner scored all but two of
her team-high 21 points in the
second half.
The first half was quite a strug-
gle for the Tornadoes, who were
cold from the field and careless
with the ball. Bradford (7-13)
turned the ball over 15 times in
the first half and made one of 13


field-goal attempts in the second
quarter, which didn't help cut
into a double-digit deficit. Ni-
cole Jenkins had the lone field
goal and scored five points in
the quarter. The rest of the team
combined scored four points.
Santa Fe led 30-17 at the half
and scored the first five points
of the third.quarter. Griner made
a 3-pointer and then scored on
a rebound putback, which was
later followed by a free throw
by Alagria Chandler. Griner had
another rebound score before
knocking down two 3-pointers
to pull the Tornadoes to within
37-31 heading into the final


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Bradford turned the ball over
on consecutive possessions and
missed its first three field-goal
attempts of the fourth quarter.
Santa Fe made two free throws
before Chandler was able to grab
an offensive rebound and sink
a jumper to make it a six-point
game again before the Raiders
started pulling away.
Santa Fe (14-11) went on to
defeat Williston 45-33 on Feb.
4 to win the district champion-
ship. The Raiders hosted South
Sumter in a regional quarterfinal
game this past Tuesday, while
Williston (15-8) traveled to Oc-


ala to play Trinity Catholic.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 8 9 14 15-46
SFHS: 20 10 7 .20-57

Bradford scoring (46): Quan-
isha Allen 1, Chandler 3, Taquan-
dra Diggs 5, Mackenzie Gault 4,
Griner 21, Temesha Haygood
2, Jenkins 9, Tiana Sheffield
1. 3-pointers: Diggs, Griner 3.
Free throws: 10-21.

Earlier result:

BHS 52 Ft. White 43


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Griner led the Tornadoes with
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Score by Quarter
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BHS: 9 14 18 11-52

Bradford scoring (52): Alien
10, Gault 4, Griner 21, Haygood
1, Victoria Hill 6, Jenkins 10.
3-pointers: Allen 2, Griner 2.
Free throws: 2-8.


WHY DO I HEAR sKn




BUT NOT UNDERSTANDs


Study by Cambridge University in England Reveals Key Answer


Until recently, there was no
practical way to identify dead
regions of hearing cells in the
ear. However, a new British
developed procedure using
standard test equipment now
allows for identification of dead
hearing cell regions. The study
suggests that the presence or
absence of dead regions may
have serious implications in the
fitting of hearing aids.
This research reveals that
amplifying dead cells is a
mistake which will result in
poorer speech understanding in
noise.
A new type of digitally
programmable microcircuit
is now being released from
Audibel -the world's leader in
nanoScipnce technology that
can be programmed to bypass
the dead cells. As a result, the


patient's usable hearing cells
receive amplification, thereby
improving speech understanding
in noise.
We are able to achieve
maximum speech understanding
by frequency shaping this new
hearing aid. The results have
been phenomenal. These new
products come in all shell sizes,
including the smallest digital
models.
During its release, Audibel
Hearing Center is offering
this new frequency-shaping
hearing instrument dn a 30-day
satisfaction trial.
"Your satisfaction is absolutely
guaranteed" Tom Guillot of
Audibel Hearing Center said.
Call the Audibel Hearing
Center nearest you for a no-
obligation appointment.


"I've Got Good News!" ToIm Guillot, own....4it., rr, ,n, fii>-..i, t.trunilnpeiam,.i.r


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