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UNION COUNTY

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012 99TH YEAR -45TH ISSUt ,., ,iNTS


Worth

Noting


Health fair

March 31
The Union County Health
Department, The University of
Florida and many other health
agencies in Union and Bradford
counties will be holding the Lake
Butler Health and Information
Fair on Saturday, March 31, from
9 a.m.-I p.m. at Lake Butler
Elementary School.

Tobacco

free group

meets
The Union County Tobacco
Free -partnership will meet on
Wednesday, March 14, from
1-2 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center. This
meeting is open to anyone who is
interested and attendees are free
to invite guests.
Lunch will be served. Confirm
attendance by calling Darlene,
Jim, or Joey at 386-496-3211.

Food Pantry.

car wash set
The Union County Food
Pantry will be hosting a car wash
in efforts to raise money for the
pantry. The car wash will be on
Saturday, March 17, from 8 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at Spires IGA.

-Black


history

event set
The UCHS Black


History


Club Extravaganza will be on
Saturday, March 10, at 7 p.m. in
the Union County High School
auditorium.

Governing
board meets
The governing board of the
4ew River Public Library
cooperativee will hold its regular
meeting today, March 8, at 4:45
.m. at the New River Solid
Vast facility on S.R. 121 north
f Raiford.

:ood Pantry
boardd meets
The Union County Food Pantry
-ill hold its first-ever open-to-
me-community board meeting on
aturday, March 10, at 11 a.m. at
ie food pantry located off of
.R. 100 in Lake Butler.

amazing Acres
undraiser set
On Saturday, March 10,
-ginning at 9 a.m., a fundraiser
ill be held at Sprinkle Field in
ake Butler for Amazing Acres.
chicken and pulled pork dinners
-ill be sold for $6 to include
nicken (white or dark), pulled
ork, bread, coleslaw, baked
means and cookie.

)elrich sets
officee hours
Staff from the office of State
;enator Steve Oelrich will be
holding office hours on the
second Wednesday of each month
n the Union County Commission
meeting room to offer constituent
assistance on state government-
related matters. Union County
office hours will be Wednesday,
March 14, from 9-11 a.m.


LBMS'
Students
attend UF
Engineering
Fair
On Feb. 23, the gifted
students from the Lake Butler
Middle School's grades 5-
8 attended the University
of Florida College of
Engineering Fair held in the
Reitz Union grand ballroom.
The Engineering Fair
is a two-day event where
engineering disciplines
present what their field
entails and the real life
applications of their field.
Engineering organizations set
up interactive booths where
students can get hands-on
experience with science and
engineering. The students.
also went on tours to learn
about UF's College of
Engineering and get a closer
look at engineering research
labs.
The Engineering-
Fair emphasizes
the importance
of math, science
and engineering in
the real world and
shows how these
typically "difficult
and boring"
subjects are. not
only necessary in
life but also fun and
exciting.
The attending
students, parents
and teachers
participated in the
activities offered at
the many booths.
Those attending
were: Connor
Beighley, Jared
Benton, Brooklyn
Cunningham,
J.D. Johnson,
Victoria Lake,
Naomi Miurray,
Kade Peacock, L
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See FAIR, 2A


Alex Perez uses pedal power to light up the light
bulbs.


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Lane Griffis, Seth Hendricks, D'Marai Johnson and Ridge
Smith watch Ty Hamilton take aim.


(L-R) Lane
Underhill,
Edward Padgett
'and Aaron
Sowders are
hard at work.


CodeRED alert


system upgraded


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor


The Union County Sheriff's
Office and Union County
Emergency Management have
recently updated a system
currently in use to provide a
service Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
said was most relevant to the
citizens of Union County.
Emergency Management
has recently implemented the
emergency communications
network, providers of the
CodeREDhigh-speednotification
solution, and the CodeRED
Weather Warning service.
This update to the current
system will allow message
recipients to easily identify calls
coming'tlirough the system with
no charge to the taxpayer.
The caller IDs of the people
receiving these messages will
read"emergencycommunications
network" or "866-419-5000" for
CodeRED calls. For CodeRED
weather warning calls, either
"emergency communications
network" or the number "800-
566-9780" will appear in caller
ID displays.
"Residents can simply dial
the number displayed on their


caller ID to hear the last message
if they missed it. This will offer
residents an immediate replay of
the message," said Whitehead.
The CodeRED system
provides Union County officials
with the ability to quickly deliver
messages to targeted areas or the
entire county.
UCSO recommends that all
businesses register, as well as all
individuals who have unlisted
phone numbers, who have
changed their phone numbers or
addresses within the past year, or
those who use a cellular or aVolP
phone as their primary number.
Those without Internet access
may visit the' Union County
Public Library to register.
The CodeRED weather
warning is an opt-in only weather
warning product that taps into
the national weather .service's
storm based warning. CodeRED
weather warning automatically
alerts affected citizens in the path
of severe weather just moments
after a warning has been issued.
If you are unsure if you are
included in the database, log
onto www.unionsheriff.us and
follow the link to the CodeRED
community notification
enrollment page.


UCSO, JSO officers

conduct K-9 search


LBMS, UCHS both
searched in drug
interdiction effort
On March 6, K-9 units
searched Lake Butler Middle
School and Union County High
School.
The-search began at 9:15 a.m.
The entire search took less than
one hour. Both schools went.
on "lock down" for everyone's
safety during the search so
children and staff were not
in the hallways. The search
was conducted with limited
knowledge of the operation
so students/staff were not
made aware of the K-9. search
until law enforcement officers
entered the schools.

Assisting with Union County
Sheriff's Office deputies
were four K-9 officers from
the Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office. A total of 11 sworn law
enforcement officers,consisting
of two teams, participated in the
search of both schools.
The search was to locate any
illegal narcotics or prescription
pills located in either school.
This is a law enforcement effort
in a continued fight against
illegal narcotics. The K-9 dogs
have been extensively trained
to locate illegal substances. All
students were removed from
their classes during the search
of their belongings, lockers
and connmmon areas, as well as
student parking and exterior
searches of vehicles. No illegal
drugs were found in either
school.


Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
said, "This is just another
tool and effort to, keep our
children safe and away from
illegal drugs or other harmful
activities. The K-9's that were
used are highly skilled and
trained and commonly used
in school searches throughout
North Florida. This was a
routine search that we conduct
randomly throughout the year."

Superintendent Carlton Faulk
said, "Thanks to the Union
County Sheriff's Office and
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office for
their support of Union County
schools. We request searches
throughout the year to make.
sure we do our best to keep our
children and schools drug free.
My goal is to provide a safe
environment for your children
and we thank the Union County
Sheriff's Office for our great
partnership to accomplish that
goal."
Lt. Lyn Williams, patrol
lieutenant for Union County
Sheriff's Office, said, "We
will continue to monitor our
schools daily for any illegal
activities and will again have
the K-9 teams back for repeated
searches to continue to be
proactive for the safety of our
children and community."

If you have any questions
or concerns or know of any
illegal activity to report, you
are encouraged to contact the
Union County Sheriff's Office
at 386-496-2501 or www.
unionsheriff.us.


Union County Sheriffs Office and the Jacksonville
Sheriff's Office team up to search the Lake Butler Middle
and Union County High School in a continued effort to
fight against any possible illegal narcotics.


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(L-R) Griffin Whiteley, Kade Peacock, Justin Pilcher, Alex Perez and Caleb
Wooddell are learning physics with an egg.


DEADLINE MONDAY 5 P.M. BEFORE PUBLICATION PHONE 386-496-2261 FAX 386-496-2858

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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012



Whitehead will run for re-election as Union sheriff


(The following is a statement
'of intention to run for public
office, submitted by the
candidate.)
It gives me great pleasure
to announce my candidacy for
re-election as your sheriff of
Union County.

I have served the citizens of
Union County as sheriff since
1985. I am a fourth generation
Union County resident. I
attended our local schools,
starting with the Lake Butler
Elementary and going through
the law enforcement academy
at Lake City College.
I have been married to the
former Tammy Watson since


Jerry Whitehead


1997 and I have six children:
Matt, Brad, Chelsea, Jake,
Jack-Henry and Presley. I am
a lifetime member of the. First
Christian Church of Lake
Butler.

I served as president of the
Florida Sheriff's Association
in 1991 after having served
as secretary, treasurer, and
vice-president. I am also a
past president of the Union
County Rotary Club. I 'have
been honored to receive the
Distinguished Service Award
from the Florida Council on
Crime and Delinquency.
I have also been honored
by the Florida House of


Representatives. I wvas
appointed by two past
governors to serve on the
Criminal Justice Standards
and Training Commission
from 1993 to 2001. While on
this commission, we set the
standards and ethics for all law
enforcement and correctional
officers throughout the state.
Since 2001, I have served on
theHuntlnsuranceBoard,where
I review high liability cases
involving police pursuits and
lawsuits for law enforcement
agencies throughout Florida.
I am also a past member of
the Board of Directors for the
Florida Sheriff's Association.
I have partnered with our


local schools to help keep our
children safe. I am a graduate of
the FBI National Academy and
have received training in many
aspects of law enforcement.
I am also the current Dean of
Florida Sheriffs.

I believe in making myself
available to all citizens by
having an open door policy
so anyone can express their
thoughts, ideas or suggestions.
I am dedicated to Union County
and to serving and leading with
pride, professionalism and
presence.
I have always believed in
a strong law enforcement
presence, especially in and


around our schools. Our
children's safety is, and always
will be, my top priority. We
are proactive and respond to
the ever-changing needs of
our citizens. Your sheriff's
office has the highest crime
solvency rate year..after year
and we achieve this with the
most efficient and economical
sheriff's office in Florida.

I look forward to the
opportunity to continue to
make Union County as safe
as possible to work, live and
raise a family. I ask for your
continued support.
Thank you,
Jerry Whitehead


Faulk will seek additional term as school superintendent


(The following is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
It is with great pleasure that
I, Carlton Faulk, seek your'
support for re-election as your
superintendent of schools. It
has been an honor to serve you
for the past 12 years. We are so
thankful and fortunate to have so
many people who care and do so
much for the students of Union
County.
Two weeks ago, the visiting
committee of SACS (Southern
Association of Colleges and
Schools) recommended the
district continue its accreditation
for the next five-year period.
One of the findings stated
that the school system has
overwhelming support from the
parents and the community. The
leader of the team stressed how
well the school district and the
community function as a team.


Carlton Faulk


The visiting team interviewed
students, parents, faculty/staff
and business partners.
I am so proud of our students,


faculty/staff and parents for
working toward achieving
continued academic success.
Together, we have earned an
"A" district status two out of the
past three years. The teachers,
administrators, faculty and
staff take pride in providing the
best education possible for our
students. Our goal is for every
student to excel and to become
productive in society.
Thank you, teachers/staff for
tutoring before, during and after
school to give our students a
chance to be successful in the
classroom. We could not achieve
our goal without the support of our
bus drivers, cafeteria employees,
custodial staff, maintenance and
support staff. Thank you for
caring about our students as if
they were your own.
Even though our economy is
struggling, our Union County
school family has continued to


work diligently and maintain
success. The state budget.
is at 2003 funding, but our
district, with much budgeting,
has been able to maintain and
not eliminate any teachers or
programs. The school board and
I closely monitor positions when
an employee leaves or retires.
In doing this, we carefully fill
positions that directly impact the
students. The district was cut $1.4
million last year and we balanced
the budget without releasing any
employees.
I would also like to thank
the school board for completing
the Master Board training. This
trainingprovidesinstructionabout
the roles and responsibilities of
the superintendent and the school
board. Our school board members
work together to make decisions
to provide the best education
possible for our students. I
appreciate their dedication to the


students and staff.
I will continue to support
the academic, athletic, band/
flag, cheerleaders, the FFA and
our extracurricular activities.
Our s*ponsors/coaches do an
outstanding job teaching our
students the skills needed to be
successful in life. Students, your
achievements at the district, state
and national level have made our
entire community proud.
Again, thank you for your
support. I look forward to
visiting with you. If you have
any concerns or suggestions,
please call me: cell 386-867-
4544, work 386-496-2045, home
386-496-1273.
I would like to commend our
students, faculty/staff, for some
of their accomplishments during
the 2011-2012 school year:
An "A" district
Number one in the state for
the number of students who


scored a 4 or above on the FCAT
Writes
LBES: "A" school
LBMS: "A" school
UCHS: "B" school
LBMS football SMAC
champions
LBMS volleyball Eastern
Division SMAC champions
UCHS fifth in the state for
graduation rate
UCHS High-Q team district
runners-up
UCHS football district
champions and regional
champions
UCHS FFA food science
team 16th in the nation
UCHS volleyball district
champions and regional runners-:
.up
UCHS marching band with
straight superiors
UCHS basketball district
champions and regional
champions


Griffis seeks re-election to school board


(The following is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
. It is with great pleasure that I,
Alvin A. Griffis, announce my,
candidacy to seek re-election
for the office of school board
member, district number 2. I have
been honored to serve as your
school board member for the past
15 years. I would appreciate the
opportunity to continue serving
for another term.
As you're your school board
member I have:
S* Dealt with every issue that
came before the school board in
a professional manner.
S* Always put the education,
safety and welfare of the students
of Union County first.
Always been honest and have
maintained my integrity with
everyone.
Remained accessible to
students, parents, guardians,
grandparents and citizens
of Union County and have
responded to their concerns in a
timely manner.
Been pro-active in working
closely with our legislators in
Tallahassee to provide better
funding and favorable legislation
for our schools.
I take great pride in the progress
that the Union County school
district has made.
Let's review some of our
accomplishments:


FAIR
Continued from 1A

Alex Perez, Jonathan Schmidt,
Trinity Smith-Hutchinson, Cady
Terry-Raisor, Bobbie Grace
Barber, Clifford Bryant, Gavin
Dukes, Madelyn Kish, Kaylee
Molchan, Justin Pilcher, Erin
Stidham, Griffin Whiteley,
Caleb Wooddell, Tyler Gainey,
Lane Griffis, Ty Hamilton, Seth


Alvin Griffis

We achieved an "A" rating
on our test scores two of the last
three years.
.* Our academic vocational
;,nd extracurricular programs
have received recognition and
prestigious awards throughout
the state and nation.
We have a strict staffing
plan implemented to provide
consistent guidelines in hiring
practices.
All of our students have access
to computers and other state of
' the art technological equipment.
In school and after school
tutoring programs are available in
all schools to meet the academic


Hendricks, D'Marai Johnson,
-George Metz, Kasey Rhodes,
Dustin Slocumb, Ridge Smith,
Philip Brown, Edward Padgett,
Carly Shaw, Aaron Sowders,
Lane Underhill and Madison
Worth.
LBMS teacher Sherry Barnett
would like to thank parents Kathy
Johnson, Frank and Rebecca
Bryant, and teachers Mary Kay
Metz, Elizabeth Griffis and
Barbara Riherd.


nionu Countp Timef


USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher


Editor:
Sports Editor:
Advertising:
Typesetting:
Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


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Cliff Srrelley
Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglash
Melisa Noble
Earl W..Ray
Mary Johnson
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needs of every student.
Intensive reading and
mathematics programs are
in place at. every school to
promote and expand reading and
mathematics'skills. .
We have maintained a
balanced budget with a positive
fund balance that exceeds state
requirements for the 10 years.
Our school district is fully
accredited and certified by the
Southern Association of Colleges
and Schools.
Our buildings and facilities
are in good condition and provide
adequate space for all of our
students.
The Union County School
Board has maintained master
board certification for the past 1Q
years.
My wife Geraldine and I, our
two sons, Randall and Gary, all
graduated from the Union County
School system. I am a member
of: New River Congregational
Methodist Church, Raiford


Masonic Lodge #82, Order of the
Eastern Star Lake Butler Chapter
#40, the York and Scottish Rite
bodies, the Union County Farm
Bureau board of directors and
the Lake Butler Middle School
Advisory Council. I retired
from the Northeast Florida
State Hospital as the purchasing
coordinator and a member of the
hospital management team. I am
presently serving my fifth year as
chairman of the school board.
I would like to say that I am
very proud to be a part of,a team
that works diligently to provide
a quality education for bur
students.
I appreciate the team effort
from students, parents, guardians,
grandparents,fellow school board
members, superintendent, county
office staff,administrators, school
faculty and staff. I would be
honored to have the opportunity
to continue to serve as your
school board member in district
number 2.


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Beasley will seek to


retain Lake Butler seat


(Thefollowing is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
I am both delighted and honored
to announce my candidacy for
Lake Butler City Commission.
I was born in Lake 'City on
July 24, 1951, to the late Ernest
and Reba Beasley.
I have been a resident of Union
County my entire life and am
very proud of the community of
which I am a part.
I have been married to Brenda
Stansell Beasley for 19 years.
We have one daughter, Kimberly
Palmer, and two grandchildren,
Zackery and Kiersten Palmer.
I proudly attended Union
County High School and
graduated in 1970. While
attending high school, I began
working for the city of Lake


Butler. In 1972, I began a full-
time position with the Union
County Road Department as an
equipment operator. I held that


This week, Jimmy Beasley
announced his Intention
to run for re-election
to the Lake Butler City
Commission.

position until I was promoted
to assistant road superintendent.
When the departmental division
took place between the road
department and solid waste, 'I
was given the title of solid waste
supervisor, a title which I have
held for past 20 years.
I feel it is a true honor to have
been given another opportunity
to run for re-election for such
an important and distinguished
position in our community.
I hope that you will reconsider
me to sit on "your" city
commission.
Thank you,
Jimmy Beasley


Watering rules will change


Sunday, March 11, marks
the beginning of Daylight
Saving Time (DST) and
with it comes a change in
the number of days lawn and
landscape watering is allowed
throughout. the Suwannee
River Water Management
District.
This rule applies to
residents within the district's
boundaries, which include all
of Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist,
Hamilton,Lafayette, Madison,
Suwannee, Taylor and Union
counties, and portions of
Alachua,. Baker, Bradford,
Jefferson, Levy and Putnam
-counties.
. The district's mandatory,
year-round landscape
irrigation rulepermitswatering
two days per week during
DST (spring and summer
hionths) and residents may
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choose which days to water.
Irrigation should not' occur
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
However, given the region's
ongoing drought and water
supply issues, homeowners
and businesses are urged to
water no more than one day
per week or better yet, not at
all.
A rainfall deficit of 12.7
inches, declining river and
lake levels, and record low
groundwater levels have
prompted the district to call
for increased conservation on
the part of all residents.
"We're asking the public
to water as little as possible,"
said Jon Dinges, district,
director of water supply and
resource management. "We.
also strongly encourage
the use of Florida Friendly
LandscapingTM principles and
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skipping irrigation days when
it rains near the time you plan
to irrigate."
The limits on landscape
irrigation are part of an
ongoing effort to help address
water needs within the district.
The rules apply to residential
landscaping, public or
commercial recreation areas,
and public and commercial
businesses that aren't
regulated by a district-issued
permit. The rule permits
irrigation just one day per
week during Standard Time
(fall and winter months).

For more information
about the district's landscape
irrigation rule visit www.
mysuwanneeriver.com.
For information on Florida
Friendly LandscapingTM visit
www.floridayards.org.


Gospel sing
set .
Philippi Baptist Church, locat-
ed at 1444 S.E. S.R. 18, will be
holding a gospel sing the after-
noon of Sunday, March 18. The
sing will feature Stephen Jones, a
talented songwriter and Christian
performer from Lake City.
The sing will begin at 5 p.m.
and admission is free, but a love
offering will. be taken. The sing
will be followed by a hot dog/
hamburger cookout.,Come, bring
youi family and friends, and join
in the fun, fellowship and food.
For information or directions,
contact 352-275-7784 or 386-
496-2350.

Free table
event March 31
On Saturday, March 3l, Sardis


City fences spray field...
Hardy Clyatt, Cody Douglass and Paul Benefield work together constructing a
fence for the city. This fence separates the spray field, which is used by the city,
from a resident's property. The price for materials was split between the two out
the city provided the labor. This way the resident's cows would not be on the
spray field.



Colon cancer is preventable


This month is National
Colorectal Cancer Awareness
Month.
Colon cancer is the third
most common cancer
diagnosed in both men and
women in the U.S. and the
third leading cause of cancer
death in men and women.
What many people don't
know is that' it's largely
preventable. Risks can
significantly be reduced with
regular screenings, and by
watching weight and being
physically active. .Regular


Baptist Church is offering items
of clothing, household goods
and useful things for free. The
"free tables," as the. event is
most commonly called, will be
held on the grounds of Sardis
Baptist Church the last Saturday
in March.
If you have something to
exchange, please bring those
things so that someone else
might enjoy something that they
need. The "free tables" event has
been very valuable to many over
the past several years and, given.
the difficult times, this event is
very popular, so come early if
you can. For more information
contact Sardis Baptist Church
386-496-3685.

Church sing
set March 10
Johnstown Baptist Church
will be hosting a sing featuring


screenings are the best way to
find colon cancer early. Some
screening tests may even be
able to prevent colon cancer
entirely, by finding certain
types of polyps in the colon
that could become cancerous.
People who have no
identified risk factors, other
than age, should begin testing
for colon cancer at age 50. f,
there is a family history of this
cancer or any other conditions,
such as inflammatory bowel
disease, then a doctor may
recommend starting earlier.


The Shelton Family on Saturday,
March 10, at 5 p.m. All are
welcomed to attend.
This group will also be singing
for homecoming on Sunday,
March 11, starting at 10:30
a.m. There will be singing and
preaching and eating following
the service. The church is located
on S.R. 121 going toward
Raiford, in Lake Butler.
Remember to set your clocks
forward on that Saturday night.
Any questions call Pastor Tim
Ellison at 386-496-2772.

Grace
Christian sets
revival
Grace Christian Fellowship
will be having a revival March
18-21. For more information
contact 386-496-2859 or visit
www.gcfbc.org.


For more information, or
if you have any questions
regarding cancer go to www.
cancer.org, or call 1-800-
ACS-2345.
Relay for Life
Relay for Life in Lake
Butler is Friday apd Saturday,
April 27-28, at the Union
County High School track.
Log -onto www.acsevents.org
and type in "Lake Butler, FL
Relay" to register yourself or
your.team and to receive more
information.


Class of '63
lunch set
The UCHS Class of 1963 is
planning a 'lunch for Thursday,
April 26, at 1 p.m. at the Western
Steer Family Steakhouse located
at 1100 S. Walnut St. in Starke.
Plans for a 50th reunion will be
discussed. For more information
contact Sharon (Crews) Berry at
904-272-8891 or 904-553-5123
or Bea (Archer) Dukes at 386-
496,4550 or 386-965-4006.

Library Hunger
Games field
day set
The Union County Public
Library invites tweens and teens
to attend this event in a fight for

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The qualifying female armed squad was Commander Natali Powell, Crystal Garcia, Hannah Hicks, Rhiannon Carroll,
Michaela Clemons, Kukoyi Lockett, Kamil Mazal and Breanne Will.


RIGHT: Qualifying for the
male exhibition individual
was Dylan Phillips.


ABOVE: All of the special
teams members gathered
with their trophies and
medals.



LEFT: The male/mixed
armed squad included
(I-r) Marissa Chiominto,
Kyrsten Johnson, Anthony
Gockley, Nicholas Silcox,
Joseph Chiominto, Justin
Lindsey and Commander
Tyler Brantley.


JROTC

cadets earn

ticket to

state meet
The Union County High..,
School JROTC students
recently attended the area
state qualification drill meet.
This meet was for all
Northeast Florida Army**
JROTC schools. There are 18
different categories in which
to compete. This meet was
to determine which teams,
from the 18 categories, would
qualify to compete at the state'
championship in April.
The state, championship
is -scheduled for Saturday,,
April 14, at George Jenkins
High School in Lakeland.
The UCHS JROTC special
teams qualified for the state
championship in seven
different categories:

female color guard
female unarmed squad.
female armed squad
male/mixed armed squad
*,male exhibition squad
male exhibition dual
male exhibition individual

This is the largest number
of teams UCHS JROTC 1
has, ever taken to the state
championship drill meet. Prior
to this year, the most taken :
was one male exhibition dual
team last year.


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The female color guard (l-r) Hannah Hicks, Commander
Morgan Scott, Michaela Clemons and Marissa Chiominto.


MORE
Continued from 3A

your, life in the Hunger Games.
Conrpete in games against teams
of deadly foes for glory. The
evrit, will be held on Saturday,
Mar'h 17, from 4-7 p.m:

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-
496-2.005.

Lions Club
meets
The Lions Club of Lake Butler
will ineet 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.


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,oe
dropped off directly at the pan-
try, at Roberts Insurance or the
Union County Times.


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Local girl chosen as international youth ambassador


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

Shilah Eades, a Lake Butler
Middle School seventh grader,
is soon to embark on a journey
after being named a student
ambassador through the People
to People program.

'Only 40 middle school
students from the U.S. were
selected, with the 13-year-old
Eades of Lake Butler being one
of those 40.
* According to Eades, this
program was initiated in
1956 by President Dwight D.
Eisenhower. He started this
program in hopes of bringing
nations together by building
relationships one person at'a
time.
The qualifications of being
a student ambassador are


Shilah Eades


maturity, leadership ability,
good grades and civic
responsibility.
Each ambassador nominee
goes through an application
and interview process. Each
nominee is interviewed
personally and individually
by a delegation leader.

The group, along with
the delegation leaders (40
students and four leaders),
will leave on June 14, and
will be gone for three weeks,
returning on July 3.
Eades will be traveling to
Austria, Switzerland, France
and Italy. In Austria, the
group will visit a culinary
school and learn how to make
uffelstrudel. In Mauthausen,
Austria, the group will get
to see the reality of World
War II by visiting one of the


deadliest concentration camps.
There, the group will meet and
interview one of the last few
remaining Holocaust survivors.
In Switzerland, the group will
hike the SwissAlps and view the
scenery of the hill where "The
Sound of Music" was filmed.
In France, the group will visit
the world's largest museum-
the Louvre. It is there the group
will see in person many of the
world's most treasured pieces
such as the Mona Lisa and the
Venus de Milo. In Italy, the
group will be welcomed by a,
local dignitary, see hand-blown
glass being made, and visit the
birthplace of the Renaissance
and the city of Florence.
The group will also have
the opportunity to get up
close and personal with one of
Michael Angelo's most famous
sculptures, David. During the


exploration of the Square of
Miracles, the group will then
see the leaning Tower of Pisa.
For its attending 40, this
experience is not just that of
entertainment, but is also a
learning opportunity.

"We will be living history as
we explore each country, meet
various government leaders,
and stay with local families,"
said Eades.
Part of the People to People
program is giving back to
others. The group will build
relationships with their host
families and do community
service projects throughout the
trip.
In preparation for the trip,
the group meets each month to
'learn about each of the countries
they will be visiting, along with
preparing for international


travel.
"I have learned over the last
couple of months that you have
to prepare and plan ahead," said
Eades. "We are learning how to
pack lightly but thoroughly. We
are also learning international
courtesy and approaching
others so we do not offend
anyone unknowingly. We-have
homework assignments every
month and we will be keeping
a daily journal on our. trip
that will be graded. I received
the nomination, letter on my
thirteenth birthday, I thought:
that this was a pretty spectaculaet-
birthday present."

Eades and her family"
have been working toward.
raising funds for her trip. Any:-."-,;
contributions'can be mailed to. .
775 N.E. 1st St., Apt. B6, Lake..
Butler, FL 32054.


School

news...
Last week's LBES Tiger
Cub names were: Hunter Ford,
Bryce Sanders, Hunter Williams,
Johnny Benefield, Briyanna
Swafford, Natalie Heaton, Emily
Mangiafico, Kennedy Dang,
John-Layton May, Jayven Caine,
Jeremy Lapan-Ward, Madelyn
Whitehead, Quinten Rawls,
Lehanna Chavarria', Dayquan
Diston, Christian LeDuc, Harley
Seay, Lily French, Dylan Truett,
Jayce Puni, Hunter Merritt,
Donald Hedrick, Sebastien
Abney, Hannah Mason, Delaney
Sweat, Mack Smith, Dyshawn
Dawsey, Eli Rimes, "Will
Harden, Lanie Sargent, Lindsay
Kingsbury and Sophia Wilson.
All LBES students will be


L LEGALS



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2012-CP-0002
DIVISION:


IN RE: The Estate of:
MARY FOSHEE SMITH, F
a/k/a MRS. EUGENE B. SMITH, E
SR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of J
MARY FOSHEE SMITH, a/k/a MRS.I
EUGENE B. SMITH, SR., Deceased, l
File Number: 63-2012-CP-0002, is C
pending in the Circuit Court in and F
for Union County, Florida, Probate t
Division, the address of which is:
55 W. Main Street, Room 103, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. The names
and addresses of the co-personal
representatives and the co-personal
representatives' attorney are set forth 1
below.
All creditors of the decedent and L
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent, dr
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy i
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS r
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS'
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED,
The date of first publication -of this
Notice is March 1, 2012.
RICK A. LA TRACE
Florida Bar No.: 0683531
Johnstone, Adams, Bailey, Gordon &
Harris, LLC
1 Saint Louis Street, Suite 4000
Mobile, Alabama 36602-3927
ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL
REPRESENTATIVES
BEVERLY SMITH LIDE
.4208 Lorraine
Dallas, Texas 75205
Co-Personal Representative
EUGENE B. SMITH, III
4012 Windsor Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75205
Co-Personal Representative
3/1 2tchg 3/8-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
4.22 Participation of Home Education
and Private School Students in
Extracurricular Activities
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To update
Board Policies
SUMMARY: To update Board
Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office
Af the Superintendent of Schools, 55
3W Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida
betweenn the hours of 8:00 A.M. and
|:00 P.M.
F A HEARING IS REQUESTED
NVITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
PUBLICATIONN IN ACCORDANCE
VITH SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA
STATUTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON
kPRIL 24, 2012, AT 1:30 P.M., IN
"HE SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
eOOM. A COMPLETE TEXT OF
"HIS PROPOSED RULE MAY BE


bringing home a climate survey
for parents to fill out. Each
student who returns a completed
survey will receive a special
treat.
The purpose of these surveys
is to collect information that may
be used to make improvements
to the school system.

The Tiger Up morning mile
is back. Tiger Up is a walking/
running program that gives
students an opportunity to
exercise rather than sit or stand
in front of their classrooms in the
mornings. Parents are invited to
participate, too. This is primarily
for grades 1-4 but pre-k and
kindergarten may participate if
a parent is with them. LBES has
a trail marked off at the back
of the school. Students may
walk as little or as much as they
wish. School food service staff


VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS,
55 S.W.. 6TH STREET, LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA.
3/8 ltchg-UCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FORIJNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
.. CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 63-2011-CA-000089
MARK A. CURTIS,
Plaintiff
SERMON JONES,
Defendants
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER F.S.
CHAPTER 45
Notice is given that under a Final
Judgment dated February 22, 2012
n Case No. 63-2011-CA-000089 of
he Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Union County,
Florida, in Which Mark A. Curtis is
he Plaintiff and Fermon Jones is the
Defendant.
The Clerk of Court shall sell the
property at public sale to the highest
Didder for cash, except as set forth
hereinafter, on March 29, 2012 at
11:00 a.m. at the Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, FL 32054 in accordance
with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes
or the following described property
as set forth in the Order of Final
Judgment.
EXHIBIT "A"
Begin .at the Southwest corner of
Section 9, Township 6 South, Range
18 East, Union County,, Florida, and
run thence North 86027'58" East
along the South line of said Section
9, 333.72 feet, thence North 2040'23"
West, 1,311.00 feet to the South
right of way line of a 40 foot county


will have a breakfast cart in the
area for those who wish to eat
breakfast outside at a picnic table
rather than in the cafeteria.

The walk is open from 7:30
a.m. to 7:50 a.m., Monday
through Thursday. Tiger Up will
not be held on Fridays or on days
with inclement weather. Though
LBES will have volunteers
monitoring the walk, they said
they would love to have more
involved. If you are interested
in volunteering for this or any
other event here at LBES, please
contact LBES at 386-496-3047.
Spring break for the Union
County School District will be
March 19-23.

The 50 Point Book Club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the Accelerated
Reader program. Students that


maintained graded road, thence
South 87027'58" West along said
South right of way line, 150.90 feet,
thence South 79037'48" West along
said South right of way line 184.13
feet to the West line of said Section
9, thence South 2039'30" East along
said West line, 1,290.32 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Dated March 1,2012.
Clerk of Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
3/8 2tchg 3/15-UCT
IN THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No.: 63-2011-CA-0053
Div:
KEN BARR,
Plaintiff,
v.
WILLIAM HOWARD TEEMS, JR.
and MISTY D. TEEMS, UNION
COUNTY, Florida, and CACH, LLC,
a foreign corporation,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the Final Judgment of
foreclosure dated February 29,
2012, and entered in Case No. 63-
2011-CA-0053, of the Circuit Court
of the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and
for -Union County, Florida, wherein
KEN BARR is the PLAINTIFF, AND
WILLIAM HOWARD TEEMS, JR,
CACH, LLC, AND UNION COUNTY,
are the DEFENDANTS. I will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF THE
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
55 WEST MAIN STREET, LAKE
BUTLER, FLORIDA 32054, at 11:00
A.M. on March 29, 2012, the following


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 newest 50 Point Club
Members are as follows:
Brett Abraham, Ashlyn Agner,
Macayla Benefield, Roeymar
Bernal, James Compton,
Quaneria Epps, Randa Goodwin,
Emily Johnson, Dillon Langford,
Elaine Odom, Eli Rimes, Carson
Rogers, Aaron Romrell, Caitlyn
Smith and Gary Thornton.
Earning 100 points thus far
are: Solomon Jones, Connor
Rizer, Spencer Taylor and Curran
Webb. Earning 500 points thus
far is Ryan Hardin.


described property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to-wit:
Lot 28, SHAW'S ADDITION to Lake
Butler, according to plat filed on
December 13, 1974, and recorded
in Plat Book "1", Page 21, Public
Records of the Office of the Clerk of
the Court, UNION County, Florida, in
Section 31, Township 5 South, Range
20 East.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT, PERSONS NEEDING
SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION TO
PARTICIPATE INTHISCPROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT COUNTY CIVIL
NOT LATER THAN SEVEN (7) DAYS
PRIOR TO THE PROCEEDING
AT THE FOREGOING ADDRESS
OR CALL 386-496-4246; if you are
hearing impaired, call 1-800-955-
8771; if you are voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8770.
Dated March 1, 2012.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
3/8 2tchg 3/15-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors
will hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday, March 26,
2012, 7:00 P.M., at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc.,.Senior
Center in Live Oak, Florida.
3/8 ltchg-UCT


Spitze

creates


new MVP


Burger

The Willows Cafd presents
the girls softball MVP Burger
of the Week, the Jordane Spitze
Burger.

The Spitze burger is made
with lettuce, pickles, fried onion
rings, mayo, mustard, barbecue
sauce and American cheese and
-is available until Friday, March
16.
Changes can be made to
toppings when ordering. Weekly
MVP Burger will be announced
through remainder of season.
The MVP picks their favorite
burger toppings. Burgers will
be available on the menu for
two weeks. The player with the
top-selling burger at end of the
season will win a free breakfast
or lunch each week for the
remainder of the school year.


Jordan Spitze holds her
signature burger creation,
which will be on sale
at Willows Caf6 for two
weeks.

The Willows Caf6 is located
inside Lake Butler Hospital,
just inside the front entrance.
For more information contact.-
386-496-2323, ext. 230, or"
www.LakeButlerHospital.com.


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Call now to diversify your advertising.
866.742.1373
www.Florida-Classifieds.com


In the Image of God
In Genesis 1:26 as God is getting ready to create man He said,
"Let Us make man in Our image;'according to'Our likeness." It
is clear when man was first created he was made in the image of
God. Yet even after sin entered the world the Bible still speaks
of men as being made in the image of God (James 3:9). The
fact man is made in the image of God comes from him being
comprised of both body and soul (1 Corinthians 6:20) making
him higher than the animals. The fact man is made in the image
of God and "God is Spirit" (John 4:24) tells us man has a spirit
which survives the death of the body (Ecclesiastes 12:7). In
light of these facts, are we making the necessary, preparations
for our spiritual, eternal destiny? "For what profit is it to a man
if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul?" (Matthew
16:26).
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sun.


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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012


(L-R) Betty Emerick, Janice Coombs (District 4 director) Pat Zazzarino (president-elect
of GFFWC) and Ann Hendricks.


2 from LB Woman's Club


attend district meeting


Betty Emerick and Ann
Hendricks of the Lake Butler
Woman's Club recently
attended the Florida Federation
of Woman's- Clubs District 4
meeting and annual arts/crafts
show held in Lake City.
On Feb. 24, arts and crafts
were displayed in the Lake City
woman's clubhouse for judging.
Articles being judged had already
won ribbons at their home clubs


RIGHT: Erica Lloyd is a
black belt and a student
teacher.


(I-r) Katie Wade, Monica Lloyd, Micole White, Zeb Raulerson, Gwen Emmelhainz and Deonte Jones are lined up
ready to show their talents.



Martial arts students improve ranks


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
S On Feb. 28, students of the
Okito Lake Butler Martial Arts
School performed skills they had
learned during classes for their
families and friends during a
testing to receive their.next belt.
Instructor/Owrier Orlando
Millan, a level five black belt,
with the assistance of Joseph Lutzs
and Erica Lloyd, both student
instructors, administered the test.
The participating children
demonstrated learned skills and
endurance during their testing
and at the end of the evening each


student was awarded either a new
belt strip or a new belt.
When these children attend the
after-school program at Okito, they
learn not onlyTaekwondo but also
get music and tumbling classes.
The, students arrive around two
and are served snacks and drinks
and then do their homework. Staff
members help the students finish
their homework and give extra
assistance on subjects they may
be having trouble with. After all
homework is done, the students
participate in whichever class is
scheduled for that day.
"My favorite thing about
Taekwondo is I get to break a
board," said Chloe Dubose. "It


is all pretty fun, but I like the
Taekwondo best," said Will Odom.
Erica Lloyd said, "I do Taekwondo
because it's just my personality. I
like to have fun and it has helped
me focus and build my confidence.
It's just awesome."
Director Kellie McNeal said, "I
feel privileged to be able to play a
part in this. In the very near future
we will have our license to be a
provider for the Early Learning
Coalition. We are also in the
process of obtaining a new location
with five times as much space as
we have now. That will allow us to
branch out to offer more things, not
only to our children but hopefully


to the adults in our community
too."
Right now the school is meeting
in the Union County Historical
Museum on Main Street. For more
information on the Taekwondo
or the after-school program, call
Kellie McNeal at 386-496-4559.


and were being judged at the
district level. From district,
winners will display their entries
at General Federation of Woman's
Clubs State Spring Convention in
Tampa the weekend of April 28.
The district 4 meeting began
with Woman's Club members
being welcomed to Lake City
by the city's mayor. After lunch,
and when the meeting adjourned,
members were able to view all


arts and crafts. The next district
4 meeting will be on April 13, at
the Arlington Woman's Club in
Jacksonville.
District 4 members said. they
were proud that their very own
Pat Zazarinna would be installed
as the state GFWC president at
the Spring Convention in April.
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club is celebrating 100 years of
service this year, 1912-2012.


The Florida Department of Environmental Protection
and the Union County Commission are sponsoring a project
to collect, recycle, treat and properly dispose.of these


Okito Taekwondo students
with Orlando Millan and
Joseph Lutz as student
teachers.


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B Section Thursday, March 8, 2012 FEATURES
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l jAIOU JN l NJL ~ S EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Wings of Dreams Airfest: living history on display


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Stiff winds knocked over tents
and hampered some activities
at the 2012 Wings of Dreams
+Airfest at the Keystone Airpark
last weekend. But the event's
new focus on living history was
untouched by the elements and
previewed an exciting future for
the event.
Bob Oehl, executive direc-
tor of the Wings of Dreams
Aviation Museum, said he was
pleased with this year's empha-
sis on showcasing not only the
hardware of freedom, but also
the men and women who took
control of the amazing ma-.
chines.
- "These are the people that
saved the world," said Oehl.
"They were in a'life and death
struggle for our way of life."
- Oehl used symposiums to tell
the stories of those heores. The


airfest presented talks featuring
the WASPs of World War II,
World War II fighter aces, Pearl
Harbor survivor Danald Dertien,
and the Battle of the Bombers, a
debate featuring a B- 17 pilot and
two B-24 navigators,
The airfest also headlined the
bombers and fighters that de-
stroyed the Axis powers, over
Europe and the Pacific. The
Collings Foundation supplied
the top attractions in that collec-
tion: the B-17 Flying Fortress,
the B-24 Liberator and the TP-
51C Mustang.
Tucked away against a wall of
the airpark's city hangar, Oehl
and Wings of Dreams co-found-
er Susan King unveiled the fu-
ture of both the museum and
airfest. There, three pieces of
space shuttle hardware stood on
display. This year the fuel cell
and mockups were regulated to
an area near a buffet table, but


Oehl said in the future, the co-
founders expect space artifacts
to prominently figure in the. air-
fest.
Out on the tarmac, Chase
Halsey, a 3-year-old Bradford
County. boy, along with his
parents and his brother Carson,
a second-grader at Hampton
Elementary School, posed for
a photo under the wing of the
B-24. Carson said he loved
making his way though the giant
flying machines.
While the Halseys moved
onto the next plane, a woman
wheeled a man wearing a leather
jacket and jeans to the rear of
the Superfortress. The woman
asked the man in the chair ,if he
wanted to get up. He didn't an-
swer. He lifted himself out of
the chair and walked up to the
rear of the bomber, taking on the
steps of the plane's entryway
until he was inside the fuselage.


Moderator Maj. Charlie VanZant, B-17 pilot Phil Newman, B-24 navigator Leon
Hammer and B-24 naviga-tor Harry Dresser, during the "Battle of the Bombers".
symposium.



Chipoletti resigns at BHS


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor


Bradford High School head
Football coach Derek Chipoletti
said March 1 he is leaving the
school after two seasons.
The coach said he has accept-
ed a coaching position at Oakleaf
High.School in Orange Park.
Chipoletti's Bradford teams
went 7-3 in 2010 and 7-4 in
2011. In his second year, the
Tornadoes made their first play-
off appearance in seven-years.
The coach said personal and
family issues forced him to leave
the program that was beginning
to bear fruit. He said he has a
close relative with a serious,
long-term illness that he wanted
to be close to. That relative lives
near Oakleaf.
When Chipoletti arrived in
,Starke two years ago, he brought
.along his father, Neal, whom the
school hired as athletic director,
anhd his son Austin, who started
two seasons as the Tornadoes'
quarterback.
SThe coach said that as far as-
-e knows, his father will remain
at Bradford.
"Both of us love it here," he
said. "The-support that we have
received from the administration
and the community will be very
hard to match."
SChipolletti earned plaudits,
not only for his teams' winning
records, but also for his squads'
sportsmanship and discipline.
SSchool board member Randy
Jones said that while watching a
game last year, he was impressed
with how the Tornadoes handled
a potential flare-up.
w "I don't remember who we
were playing," recalled Jones,
."but one of their players pushed
one of our players, our guy
jumps up, guys rushed over to
help their teammates, and it
looks like things might get out
of hand. The referee throws a
flag, and all of the sudden all our
guys take a knee and the situa-
tion calmed down. It looked like
four team had been coached on
how to handle difficult situa-
tions and they had been taught
the value of sportsmanship. I
was impressed."
The school board member
added that Chipoletti appeared
to have an excellent relationship


with his players.
"He respected the players
and the players respected, him,"


Jones said.


:See COACH, 9B


ABOVE: An
"airfest" -
wouldn't be
complete ,
without planes
In flight. (Photo
by Thomas
Swanson.)
RIGHT: Chase
Halsey (front),
3, along with
his brother
Carson Halsey,
a second-
grader at
Hampton
Elementary,
stands under
the wing of a
B-24 bomber.

Henry Davies was a tail gun-
ner in a B-24 during the war. On
Dec. 3, 1944, his plane was shot
down over Yugoslavia and the
crew crash-landed the plane. It
took days for the Yugoslav un-
derground to smuggle the crew ,
back to Italy. And when the
man, who now lives in'Orange
Park, got back to his base, he
found out that his daughter was
born the same day he crash land-


ed. That daughter asked Davies
if he wanted to get back in the
wheelchair. Her father preferred
to linger around the big plane for
just a few more minutes. The
former tail gunner looked like
he had reunited with a long lost
friend as he gazed along the out-
line of the B-24.
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Sunday, dozens of families held
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Eddie Adams and Amy
Reddish


Reddish and
Adams to wed
Mike and Debbie Reddish o(
Starke announce the engagement
of their daughter, Amy Reddish,
to William "Eddie" Adams, the
son of Tammie Adams of Law-
tey and Mike and Kim Adams of
Raiford.
The wedding will be held in
Green Cove Springs on Satur-
day, April 21.



Sierra Cdemons
Daniel and Crystal Clemons of
Lochloosa announce the birth of
their daughter, Sierra Ana Clem-
ons, on Feb. 23, 2012.
She weighed seven pounds,
four ounces and measured 19
inches at birth. She joins her
two-year-old brother, Ryan Dan-
iel Clemons.
Maternal grandparents are Jim-
mie and Diane Dees of Lochloo-
sa. Maternal great-grandparents
are Eugene Cassels of Lochloosa
and the -late Mary Cassels, and
Aizm D.ees ofGilc is Cgjpty
and the late James Dees.
SPhterrial grandmotefiers PNula
Archer of Lake Butler. Paternal.
:great-grandparents areAlma Ad-
'disbon and the late Ernest Addison
-and the late Archie and Thelmia
'Clemons.


Presley Jean Gates
Presley Gates

Tory Beasley and Trey Gates
of Keystone Heights announce
the birth of their daughter,
Presley Jean Gates, on Feb. 17,
2012, at Shands Gainesville,
She weighed eight pounds
and measured 19 inches in
length at birth.
Maternal grandparents are
John and Annette Beasley of
Keystone Heights. Maternal
great-grandparents are Ron
and Jean Beasley of Keystone
Heights and Dee and Sheila
Sanderson of Dade City. Ma-
ternal great-great-grandRarents
are Kate Duke of Hawthorne,
Margaret Beasley of Hubbard,
Ohio, and Claude and Olieta
Sanderson and Carlyn Wil-
liams, all of Dade City.
Paternal grandparents are
Keith and Theresa Sneed of
Hawthorne. Paternal great-
grandfather is Ronald Odermatt
of Jacksonville.

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Hannah Mosley


Keystone's
Mosley takes
Jr. Teen Miss
title at Azalea
Festival
Hannah Mosley of Keystone
Heights was crowned queen in
the Jr. Teen Miss division of
Palatka's Florida Azalea Festival


Beauty Pageant on Feb. 18.
Contestants in the pageant,
which was held at Ravines'
Gardens State Park, performed
an opening number and were
judged on interview, evening
wear, on-stage question, poise


and beauty.
Mosley, an eighth-grader at
Keystone Heights Junior-Senior
High School, looks forward to
participating in Azalea Festival
activities and competing in the
Clay County Miss Junior High


pageant on April 21, at Orange
Park High School. The pageant
will include 16 contestants from
across the country. ".
Mosley is .the daughter of
Mark and Jodi Mosley ot Key-
stone.


Fireworks show just 1

highlight of Bradford Co. Fair


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Fourth of July will oc-
cur early this year in Bradford
County with the arrival of the
62nd annual Bradford County
Fair, which will open with a pa-
triotic bang.
Billed as a"Star-SpangledCel-
ebration," this year's fair opens
Friday, March 16, at 5 p.m., and
runs through Sunday, March 25.
It will feature the usual rides and
midway games provided by Hil-
debrand Rides and usual array
of exhibits, but something new
this year will be the lighting up
of the night sky with a patriotic
fireworks display provided by'
Zambelli Fireworks on Satur-
day, March 17, at 9 p.m.
The fair is open 5 p.m.-mid-


night on Friday, March 16, and
Friday, March 23, noon-mid-
night on Saturday, March 17,and
Saturday, March 24, and 1-11
p.m. on Sunday, March 18, and
Sunday, March 25. The hours
on Monday, March 19, through
Thursday, March 22, are 5 p.m.
until 11 p.m.
The midway is open every
day, with the livestock and ex-
hibit areas open March 20-24.
Admission to the fair is $5
for adults and $3 for students in
first-12'h grade. Children 5 and
under are free'.'
Midway rides require 2-3
tickets ($1.50 each), which are
sold on the midway, unless you
have an unlimited-ride armband.
Advance armbands, which can
be used once during any day the


midway is open, are $10 'each;
They may be purchased- -at-the
North Florida Regional Chamber
of Commerce in Starke, Uniks
Fashions in Starke, Lawtey city
hall, Video Express in Lake But-
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day, March 12, through Fridiy,
March 16, from noon until '5
p.m. each day.
If you do not purchase armr-
bands in advance, there are sev-
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vantage of. Early-Bird Midnight
Madness is scheduled for 5 pa.ti
1 a.m. on Friday, March 16,-and
Friday, March 23. Armbands
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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 3B


smith to run for-District 12 FAIR

state representative seat Continued from 2B


to "


'-_The following is a statement
of intention to run for public
office, submitted by the candi-
date.)
My name is Andrew P. Smith,
and I am formally announcing
mytcandidacy as a Republican
for ktate representative.
I am 49 years old and have
resided in Florida most. of my
WJf. I am married to the love
o,-!iy life, Faith, and have a
>vtnderful son named Andrew,
Ibo is 14 years old and attends
I.Ale Butler Middle School, and
a.qther son named Mitchell,
who is a graduate of Bradford
County High School.
I graduated high school in
19 and immediately enlisted
iiQthe United iStates Marine
Q-rps, where I served until being
Jonprably discharged. I attended
14#ce City Community College,
,,,kere I received an associate
pf,,,rts degree in education and
an;,associate in science degree
in criminology. I continued
my, education by attending the
University of North Florida and
,ceived a bachelor of arts degree"
n criminal justice systems.
I have worked my entire
ljfe-even while attending
Jollege-and have had a variety
6f interesting jobs throughout
tis time. I am currently a major
vith the Florida Department
Sf Corrections, where I have
teen employed for over 23
years and where I have received
recognition on the local, state
4nd national level for my work
n correctional operations and
Tnanagement. I have also served
Js a commissioner for the Union
county Housifig Authority, the
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council and the
eighth Judicial Nominating
Commission.
I am truly humbled by the
opportunity in seeking your
support in becoming a candidate
or public office and if elected, I
-v work hard to foster greater
te tionships and create public/
()rjate partnerships to help build
.r0 improve our infrastructure.
jile being good stewards of
p0u taxpayer dollars, we must
1 good stewards of oir
meant and prZe t our
hl resources' I 'i brin4
vogvard the vision of our citizens
I be proactive in developing
Sng-range strategic plan that
iv provide a blueprint for
fulre growth and economic
)4ortunities.
believe I can bring new ideas,
P energy and new leadership
is your state representative by
e.nnecting the priorities of our
ii tens with county and state
ernment. I will respectfully
is n to the needs of our citizens
hrh work hard to keep more
of heir hard-earned money in
h r pocket. I believe one of
Sh most responsible ways for
,cernment to handle its budget
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Andrew Smith
is to reduce wasteful spending
and allocate financial resources
according to a prioritized
system of responsibilities and
needs. I will work to implement
a performance-based budget
system toensurearesponsibleand
accountable state government.
I vow that, if elected, I will
represent and communicate with
all the citizens of the district,
regardless of party affiliation
and regardless of whether I
think they will vote for me in the
future or not. It's not about me,
it's about you, the citizens of this
district and the taxpayers of this
state.
I have consistently promoted
common-sense values when it
comes to public policy, and, if
elected, I will fight for working
people, for seniors and students,
for fairness in employment
practices and against public
policies that harm our most
vulnerable citizens and take jobs
6ut of our community.
I take a lot of pride in our
community and also in being
a Floridian. Our state faces
a number of very substantial
challenges. We need elected
officials who will speak honestly
about the problems we face and
make the tough decisions to fix
them white, remenibering the
basic needs of taxpayers.
My campaign will focus on
issues important to working men
and women in our community.
I believe ip the'grit of the
ArAmnJc frk familyly` at'
know t at we have 'the ability
and the strength to solve our
problems. Our best days are yet
to come.
I also believe, with your vote,
I can represent you because I am
you: I understand and can deal
with just plain folks because
that's what I am. I also have
the experience and education
required to deal with the highest
levels of corporate and legislative
leadership when required. I
am always accessible and can
be reached at andrewpsmith@
windstream.net. I encourage you
to contact me with any questions
and concerns that you may
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those same nights from 10 p.m.
until 1 a.m. features armbands
for $15 each.
Matinee Days take place Sat-
urday, March 17, and Saturday,
March 24. Armbands are $10
from noon until 5 p.m. and $15
from 5 p.m. until midnight.
Armbands will be offered for
$10 from 1 p.m. until 11 p.m. on
Family Days, which are Sunday,
March 18, and Sunday, March
25.
Buddy Night is set for Mon-
day, March 19. It features two
armbands for $20.
A $15 armband special will be
offered on Thursday, March 22,
from 5 p.m. until 11 p.m.
Student Nights will be Tues-


day, March 20, and Wednesday,
March 21, from 6 p.m. until 11
p.m. Students will get free ad-
mission with a $15 armband or
pay a $5 admission with an ad-
vance armband.

Music, wrestling, live-
stock and more
If you're seeking entertain-
ment other than thrilling rides
on the midway, or you take pride
in' seeing animals raised by area
youth, the fair has plenty of op-
tions for you.,.
Starke's Got Talent returns
to the midway stage on Thurs-
day, March 22, at 7 p.m., while
Friday, March 23, will feature
performances from Keystone
Heights' Katie Gillard, who was
Miss Jacksonville 2010, and
Middleburg's Lyndie Buriss,
who is Ms. United America


2011. Gillard will take to the
midway stage at 7:30 p.m., fol-
lowed by Buriss at 8 p.m';
Sondra Hunt will entertain
the midway crowd on Saturday,
March 17, at 8 p.m., while Sat-
urday, March 24, will feature the
Backwood Boys at 6 p.m. and
Crossfire at 8 p.m.
Two performances by CWA
Wrestling will take place: Sat-
urday, March 17, following the
fireworks show, and Sunday,
March 25, at 2:30 p.m.
The 4-H horse show is sched-
uled to take place Saturday,
March 17, at 9 a.m., while the
Youth Goat Show and Little
Kids Exhibition will take place
that same day at 4 p.m.
The 4-H and FFA swine show
is set for Tuesday, March 20,
'at 6:30 p.m., while the 4-H and
FFA steer show is Wednesday,


March 21, at 6 p.m. The 4-H and
FFA steer and breed showman-
ship contest and presentation of
awards is Thursday, March 22,at
6 p.m. The beef breeding animal
show will take place as well.
* On Friday, March 23,, the
swine awards presentation and
auction- will begin at 6 p.m. The
steer awards presentation and
auction, as well as recognition of
the steer and breed showmanship
winners and the beef breeding
animal winners, is scheduled for
Saturday, March 24, at 4 p.m.
The March 24 schedule also
includes the 4-H strawberry pie-
baking contest at 12:15 p.m.,-the
Sunburst Beauty. Pageant at I
p.m. and the 4-H Fashions at the
Fair show at 2:30 p.m.
For more information on the
Bradford County Fair, please
call 904-964-8631.


Bradford County Fair entries to be accepted March 17, 19


Entries for the March 16-25
Bradford County Fair will be ac-
cepted in many categories dur-
ing the first days of the fair..
Poultry and rabbit entries will
be accepted Saturday, March 17,
from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Contact
Roxanne Rosier (904-368-2363)
for more information. .
Home division, arts and crafts,


and agriculture and horticulture
division entries will be accepted
on Monday, March 19, from 8
a.m. until 6 p.m.
The home division, supervised
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vegetables, fruits, pickles, rel-
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jams and fruit .butters, jellies,
juices, honey.and syrup, sauces,
miscellaneous, baked products
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EMS is not

mismanaged
Dear Editor: .
I'm compelled to disagree
with some of the accusations
of mismanagement proffered in
Mr. McDavid's inspired letter
from the March 1, 2012, Tele-
graph. I'm a county employee,
so I can't be considered im-
pirtial or disinterested, but I'm
confident a more thorough scru-
tiny of Mr. McDavid's cursory
analysis may allay some of his
concerns.
It's true that Bradford Emer-
gency Medical Services pro-
vides interfacility transfer ser-
vices, some of which involve
extremely critical patients. I'm
not sure what Mr. McDavid in-
tends to imply by calling the
service "private," other than
to suggest it is customarily the
province of for-profit private
ambulance services. No real
profit is made for the county,
because revenues from inter-
facility transfers only serve to
offset inevitable losses incurred
from emergency responses. And
the suggestion that, conversely,'
the county would try to conceal
losses incurred from interfacility
transfers is confounding. I might
be misunderstanding Mr. Mc-
David's argument, though, be-
cause it reads like an accusation
of concealing both a profit and a
loss on the same service.
Regardless, the service is nec-
essary, and I'm proud to pro-
vide it. Most. of the patients are
Bradford citizens, and those that,
aren't Bradford citizens are still
needful and human.
We structure our transfer ser-
vice in a way that minimizes the
risk of overwhelming the emer-
gency response system. Emer-
gency calls are always our pri-
ority. Ambulances are shuffled
between stations during periods
of high call volume in'order to
optimize response ,times. And
we do rely on neighboring coun-
ties for occasional assistance,
but this is something to applaud
rather than disparage. System re-
sources are at the mercy of fate as
much as money, and to suggest
that a citizen in crisis may suffer
because of some imagined pref-
erence for the whim of the local
hospital is reckless, almost libel-
ous. Were we to turn over inter-
facility transfer responsibilities--
to a private ambulance service,
the county service would still
occasionally be overwhelmed
by 911 calls.
'Regarding the comparisons to
other counties, it's misleading
to look only at the few salient
variables. Bradford EMS oper-
ates four full-time Advanced
Life Support ambulances, serv-
ing 28,500 citizens (prisoners
included), as well as the multi-
tude of travelers desperate to get
through the county unscathed.
We cover 293 square miles
accessed by a road system of
'labyrinthine design, much of
it little more than third-world
grade sand and rutted rock and
root, sometimes mud. Wakulla,
by contrast, does operate only
three full-time ambulances, and
the land area is greater than
Bradford (606 square miles,
in fact, plus 129 square miles
of water, presumably uninhab-
ited), and it's got more people.
But their ambulances respond
to only about 2,400 calls a year,
whereas Bradford responded to
about 5,300 last year.
And, as was noted, Wakulla
has no local hospital, so they
have no need for interfacility
transfers. I couldn't find much
.about Suwannee County's call'
volume during my brief internet
search, but I do know that a pri-
vate ambulance service handles
Shands Live Oak's interfacility
transfers; therefore, in tlhe spirit
of wild speculation, we can as-
sume the county EMS expen-.
ditures that appear similar to
Bradford's actually exceed them
significantly, as Suwannee's
expenditures are not offset by
transfer revenue.
Regarding overtime, I'd be
careful drawing conclusions
from disclosed overtime expen-
ditures. EMS personnel work an
average of 56 hours a week. Our
base wage anticipates that com-
pulsory overtime and is delib-
erately deflated, relative to the
*wages of other healthcare work-
ers with similar responsibilities
and skills. This may explain a
large portion of that overtime
figure.
Having said that, unanticipat-
ed overtime is the bane of EMS
budgets everywhere, and I think


McDavid letter

was accurate
Dear Editor:
Don't you wonder how many
ways or how many taxpayers
must say it before our govern-
ment managers begin to show
how our tax money will be man-
aged?
Barely a week goes by that a
taxpaying citizen will point out
just how your taxes and mine
are wasted. I believe our county,
managers and commissioners
treat what you and I believe as
though it were a joke.
Lat week's letter by Mr. Paul
McDavid was as good and as ac-
curate a letter about the waste of
tax money as has been written in
a long time. He is to be applaud-
ed for the time, study and work
that he put into the letter.
Time and time again, the coun-


ty commissioners have been told
about the waste of money being
paid in overtime that is not nec-
essary.
Many citizens are looking for
money to take care of their fami-
lies and private EMT services
could provide work for those
who want and need work.
I know that readers of tIhis
paper get tired of reading about
how our taxes are being wasted.
Malcolm Hill
AMorgan Road



What about

Lawtey?
Dear Editor:
We see that a lot of people
went to work to get rid of the
Hampton speed trap, but what
about Lawtey?


What's worse about Lawtey is
that they back up in their "spot"
in the school zone and you can't
tell it's a police car until you
get right up to it. Instead of put-
ting the car where it can be seen
and identified to prevent speed-
ing, they sit back and wait for a
speeder.
Oftentimes, two cars will
chase the same speeder. That's
three cars speeding through a
school zone, putting more peo-
ple at risk.
They claim safety is their
goal. If that is true,, put the cars
out where they can be seen and
identified and people will slow
down. People will ignore a
speed zone sign, but they won't
ignore a police car. The Lawtey
city government should demand
the cars be put where they can be
seen for the safety of everyone.
If the practices are not
changed, then we all know what


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Paving project

clarified
Dear Editor:
I wish to clarify the city of
Lake Butler's position on the
paving of North and South,
Eighth Avenue between the
intersection of S.R. 121 and
S.R.100 and S.R. 238A.
An article was published in
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March 1, 2012, which summa-
rized the project. I was invited
to a specially called meeting
at the Union County commis-
sion room where the subject of
paving Eighth Avenue was dis-


cussed in depth. The county had
.received a grant through-DOT to,,
pave Eighth Avenue from S.R:
121-S.R. 100 to S.R. 238A.
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$150,000 and did not need to
be paid back. There were not
enough funds to pave the whole
section and the county and city.
were going to have to ante up,:
somewhere between $80,000
and $100,000 in budget dollars
to complete the entire project.
After talking with the county
commission members, Lake But-
ler agreed to match construction-
paving funds dollar-for-dollar.
up to $40,000 to $50,000. Those:
funds, together with the county.
funds, would have paid for the
south side paved section. The
city of Lake Butler was willing
to meet the county halfway in

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take a look at overtime figures
from the previous director's ten-
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gets 34 months
for stealing
copper
A judge sentenced a Starke
man to 34 months in prison try-
ing to steal copper pipes from a
closed steel plant.
Ronnie Lee Frazier, 48, plead-
ed* no contest to burglary, petit
theft, possession of burglary tools
and resisting an officer without
violence. The judge adjudicated
him guilty of all charges.
- According to a sheriff's office
report, on Dec. 1, 2011, deputies
Trey McCullough and Joseph
Shiller, along with Sgt. Michael
McKenzie, surrounded Frazier
while the suspect was in the
CMC Joist plant. McCullough
and McKenzie spotted Frazier
as he was scaling a fence. The
two lawmen told Frazier to stop,
but he ran instead. McCullough
deployed his Taser, but couldn't
stop Frazier. McKenzie and Mc-
Cullough then took the suspect to-
the ground and arrested him.
Check thief
caught after
leaving $20
behind
A Hampton woman who forged
a relative's check was caught af-
ter she accidently left a $20 bill
at VyStar Credit Union.
Jaimee Paige Hughes, 32,
pleaded no contest to uttering a
forged bill and to petit theft. A
judge adjuditated her guilty and
sentenced her to one day in jail
and- 18 months, probation." The
judge also ordered Ijughes to pay
court costs and restitution to the
victim.
According to a Starke police
report, on Dec. 6, 2011 Hughes
tore a check from a relative's
checkbook, made it out to her-
self for $60, forged the family
member's signature on the docu-


ment and then cashed it at VyS-
tar Credit Union. However, when
leaving the establishment, she in-
advertently left a $20 bill on the
counter. A teller*tried to contact
Hughes by calling a phone num-
ber the 32-year-old left on the
back of the check but the num-
ber was no good. A credit union
manager then called the victim
for help in returning the money
to Hughes. But after listening to
how the $20 was left at VyStar,
the family member told the man-
ager she had not written a check
to Hughes. The relative then dis-
covered the missing check and
called police.
Defendant
makes deal
during lunch
break
A Starke man facing DUI
charges agreed to a plea deal
with prosecutors in the middle of
his trial, while jurors were on a
lunch break.
According to a Starke police
report, Arthur Bruce Norris, 52,
crashed his vehicle into Starke's
Ace Hardware Aug. 4,204 1.
During a Feb. 23 trial, Starke
police officer Amanda Wallace
told jurors that after the Aug. 4
crash, she put Norris through
field sobriety exercises and,
based on Norris' performance,
arrested the 52-year-old for DUI.
The suspect later refused to give
a breath sample.
Norris' attorney, Greg Forhan,
questioned the completeness of
Wallace's investigation. Dur-
ing cross examination, he asked
the officer if she queried Norris
about any medical conditions he
had that might affect his perfor-
mance on the sobriety tests.
After Wallace's testimony,
County Judge Johnny R. Hobbs
Jr. ordered a lunch recess. When
lawyers came back from the
break, they announced the deal
to Hobbs.
Norris pleaded guilty to his


third DUI and agreed to a 30-day
jail term followed by 12 months
probation. As a part of the deal,
prosecutors agreed to drop mis-
demeanor charges of refusing to
give a breath sample and driving
with a suspended license.
After sentencing Norris,
Hobbs ordered the jury back into
the courtroom, thanked them
for their service and dismissed
them.
Report: woman
fraudulently
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stamps
State investigators accused
a Keystone Heights woman of
committing fraud to obtain food
stamps.
Karen Joy Sullivan, 36, was
charged with food stamp fraud.
The allegations against Sullivan
are not proven and she is as-
sumed innocent until adjudicated
guilty by a court.
According to court papers, the
Keystone Heights woman failed
to disclose to the Department of
Children and Families that she
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One year in

prison for

hiding cell

phone in bra
A Bradford County jail inmate
was sentenced to a year in prison
after she admitted to hiding a cell
phone in her bra.
Cynthia Louann Gibson, 40,
pleaded no contest to introducing
contraband into a correctional
facility. A judge adjudicated her
guilty.
* Gibson offered the plea in ac-
cordance with an agreement with
the State Attorney's Office. In
that agreement, the defendant
settled for the one-year-prison
term. The judge credited her with
89'days for time served.
According to a sheriff's office
report, on Aug. 18, 2011, jail of-
ficials received a tip that an in-
mate had a cell phone in the facil-
ity's A-pod. An initial searched
turned up no phone. After the of-
ficers then began strip-searching
individual inmates, one of them
turned in Gibson. A correctional
officer then found the silver and-
puirple device in the inmate's un-
dergarments.

Recent arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union
I The following individuals
1vere arrested recently by lo-
bcal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties.
All individuals on this report are
presumed innocent until adjudi-
cated guilty bya t ourt.
i Christina M. Beavins, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
4 by, Union deputies for battery.
Joseph Heath Beavins, 24, of
iBrooker was arrested March 3
,by Union deputies for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an of-
ficer without violence.
Dawn Bennett, 35, of Lawtey
was arrested Feb. 28 by Clay
deputies for a probation viola-
tion.
i Theresa Pearce Bonds, 37, of
jbake Butler was arrested Marqh
2 by Bradford deputies for. dis-
,urbing the peace. Bond was set
!at $3,000 and she was released
March 2.


2 by Union deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana and driving
with a suspended license.
Ciera Nicole Lemire Daugh-
erty, 25, of Starte was arrested
Feb. 29 by Starke police for a
misdemeanor probation viola-
tion. She remained in jail as of
press time.
Robert James Davis, 21, of
Brooker was arrested March 4
by Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana and possession
of narcotics equipment. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was re-
leased March 5.
James Tyrone Davy, 38, of
Melrose was arrested March 1
by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of cocaine and posses-
sion of marijuana. Bond was set
at $6,000 and he was released
March 6.
Ryan Christopher Demar, 29,
of Starke was arrested March 1
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended license. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was re-
leased March 1.
Sandra K. Demaree, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 3 by Bradford depu-
ties for DUI. She was released
March 3.
James Douglas Doss, 52, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
4 by Bradford deputies for "as-
sault. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released March 5.
Scottie Lynn Earnest, 36, of
Jacksonville, was arrested Feb.
29 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana and
possession of narcotics equip-
ment. He remained in jail as of
press time.
Joel'Travis Ellington, 46, of


Graham, was arrested March
2 by Bradford. deputies for a
misdemeanor probation viola-
tion. He remained in jail as of
press time.
Christopher Daniel Emanuel,
32, of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 2 by Bradford
deputies for driving with a sus-
pended license. Bond was set qt
$500 and he was released March
2.
Deseree Jacqueline Evans,
.29, of Starke was arrested
March 1 by Starke police for
battery. Bond was set at $1,000
and she was released March 2.
Kristina Gilroy, 28, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Feb.
29 by Clay deputies for posses-
sion of drug paraphernalia.
Robert Conner Godwin, 20,
of Keystone Heights was arrest-
ed March 1 by Bradford depu-
ties for driving with a suspended
license. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released March 1.
Joseph Gordon, 26, of Mel-
rose was arrested Feb. 28 by
Clay deputies for possession of
a controlled substance without a
prescription.
Paul Kolomitz, 57, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Feb.
28 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear.
Stephanie Lashonda Good-
man, 24, of Starke was arrested
March 3 by Starke police for
aggravated child abuse and for
child neglect. Bond was set at
$50,000 and she was released
March 3.
Lisa Levette Green, 43, of
Starke was arrested March 2 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $10,000 and she re-


mained in jail as of press time.
Amanda Joanne Hinson, 28,
of Lawtey was arrested March
2 by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of a controlled substance
without a prescription. She was
released March 3.
Melissa Sue Jackson, 29,
was arrested March 2 by Starke
police for battery. She was re-
leased March'3.
Misty Koehler Lawson, 39,
of Hampton was arrested March
4 by Bradford deputies for a
DUI. She was released March
4.
Jason Paul Morgan, 32, of
Starke was arrested March 1 by
Bradford deputies for battery
and failure to appear. Bond was
set at $5,500 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Earl Wayne Murray, 30, of
Starke was arrested March 3 by
Starke police for larceny and for
a felony probation violation, lar-
ceny and dealing in stolen prop-
erty. Bond was set at $15,000
and he remained in jail as of'
press time.
Michell Jakora Pierre, 30,
of Jacksonville, was arrested
March 2 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was


released March 2.
Louia Platt, 23, of Melrose
was arrested Feb. 28 by Clay
deputies for failure to appear.
Johanna Christina Prevatt,
45, of Hampton was arrested
March 1 by Bradford deputies
for misdemeanor probation vio-
lations. She remained in jail as
of press time.
Robbie E. Reid, 26, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 28 by Starke
police for driving with a sus-
pended license. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he was released
March 1.
Rodney Jack Rich, 33, of Cor-
al Gables was arrested March
1 by Bradford deputies for bat-
tery. Bond was set at $10,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Katerra Marie Riley, 30 of
Starke was arrested Feb. 28 by
Starke police for a driving with
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Carolyn Lynn Williams, 51,
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Indians shut
out Williston
for 4th straight
softball win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Kayla Walker drove in three
runs, while Ashley Maynard hit
a two-run homer to lead the Key-
stone Heights softball team to an
11-0 win over District 5-4A op-
ponent Williston on March 2 in
Keystone.
While the Indians (5-6, 3-1 in
District 5 prior to March 6) were
rolling offensively, pitcher Am-
ber Skipper was shutting the Red
Devils down, giving up just three
hits and no walks.
* Walker and Maynard were
both 3-for-3. Maynard hit a two-
run homer that put the Indians up
6-0 in the second inning, while
Walker hit a two run double as
part of a four-run fourth.
Skipper, Chelsea Harvin aind
Vanessa Munoz were each 2-for-
3. Skipper, who had a double,
and Munoz each drove in a run,
while Harvin drove in two.
S Taylor Semiore also had two
RBI.
The Indians played district
opponent Fort White this past
Tuesday and will travel to play
district opponent Interlachen on
Thursday, March 8, at 6:30 p.m.
On Friday, March 9, Keystone
travels to play Orange Park at 7
p.m.

Indians give

Tornadoes 1st
loss in 1-run
district game

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional NewsSports Editor


: 'Chelsea Harvin drove in the
winning run 'in a four-run sixth
:inning for the Keystone Heights
'softball team, which defeated
:visiting Bradford 10-9 in a Dis-
trict 5-4A matchup dn March 1.
Bradford entered the game on
:a roll, having opened the season
7-0, but the Tornadoes (7-1, 3-1
:in District 5) could not hold onto
:a 9-6 lead after breaking a 6-all
.tie with three runsin the top of
:the sixth.
: Taylor Cruce hit an RBI dou-
ble to put Bradford up 8-6 before .
Ashton Adkins scored on an er-
r6r, sending the Tornadoes into
the bottom half of the sixth up by
three runs.
Keystone scored ali four of its
sixth-inning runs with two outs.
Taylor Semione, Rachel Wells'
and Lyndsay Johnson each sin-
gled, with Semione scoring on
an error. Amber Skipper then
tied the game with a single to left
field that scored two runs.
Harvin, who was 3-for-4 with
three RBI, then hit a single to
push what would be the winning
run across.
1 Semione and Wells finished
the game 2-for-3 and 3-for-3,
respectively. Each batter hit a
double.
Kelsdy Waters, like Skipper,
had two RBI.
I Bradford got off to a fast start,
scoring four runs in the first with
the help of RBI singles from
Cruce and Lainie Rodgers. The
Tornadoes then took a 6-0 lead
when Leanna Norman drove in
two runs with a single in the top
of the third.
The Indians needed only the
bottom half of the third to tie the
score. Harvin drove in two runs
,with, a single before Waters hit
;a two-run homer. Semione had
an RBI double in the inning as
well.
: Ashley Johnson hit a solo.
home run to put Bradford up 7-6
in the fourth. The Tornadoes then


added the two runs in the sixth to
extefid their lead to three.
Johnson was 2-for-4, as was
Norman, who finished with three
RBI. Cruce was,3-for-5 with two
RBI, while Adkins was 2-for-5.
Keystone's Skipper earned the
win, while Adkins (4-1) took the
loss for Bradford. Each pitcher
had five strikeouts. '
Bradford, which played Inter-
lachen this past Tuesday, will
host district opponent Santa Fe
on March 8 at 7 p.m. On Tues-
day, March 13, the Tornadoes
travel to St. Augustine to play
Menendez at 7 p.m.

Earlier KH result:

KH 10 P.K.Yonge 0
Skipper and Waters combined
to throw a shutout, giving up five
hits and no walks in the Indi-
ans' 10-0 win over visiting P.K.
Yonge on Feb. 28.
Skipper and Semione each hit
two-run singles in a six-run fifth
inning. Semione drove in three
runs in all, while Ashley May-
nard and Vanessa Munoz each
had one RBI.
Maynard, Munoz and and
Waters each went 2-for-3, with
Munoz hitting a double and Wa-
ters hitting a triple. Skipper was
2-for-4 with two RBI.
Skipper earned the win, giving
up four hits and no walks, while
striking out four in five innings.
Waters gave up one hit and no
walks in two innings of relief.

Keystone
shuts out
Bradford in

district game

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Huggins, Adam Bryan and
Evan Harvey were each 2-for-3.
Huggins and Williams each had
an RBI.

Fort White 4 KH 0
Keystone had no answer for
Fort White pitcher Robby How-
ell in a 4-0 district loss on March
1 in Fort White.
Howell threw a no-hitter, strik-
ing out 15 batters.


Bradford
struggling
offensively in
midst of losing
streak

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The bats were mostly quiet
for the Bradford baseball team
in the four-game losing streak it
carried into the loss to Keystone
Heights, with the Tornadoes gen-
erating just two hits in an 8-0 loss
to visiting Suwannee on Feb. 28.
Bradford averaged four hits
per game in the four games lead-
ing up to the Keystone loss and
scored a total of seven runs dur-
ing that span.
The Tornadoes struck out
12 times in the loss to Suwan-
nee, but Bradford pitcher Wyatt
Collins (1-1) kept the Bulldogs
in check until the fifth inning.
Bradford trailed 1-0 going into
the fifth, but the Bulldogs scored
seven runs in the inning.

Earlier results:

Williston 11 BHS 1
The Tornadoes scored the
game's first -run, but host Wil-
liston scored eight runs in the
f_-O ; ;- -4Z t. t .. I I1-I


Pitcher Daniel Williams al- fourth inning en route to an a1-I
lowed just two hits in the Key- District 5-4A win on Feb. 24.
stone Heights baseball team's Yowell hit a double, but it was
6-0 win over District 5-4A op- just one of four hits for Brad-
ponent Bradford on March 6 in ford.
Keystone. Williston got nine hits off of
Williams struck out 11 batters pitchers Yowell, Barnes and
and walked just two as the Indi- Fred Belz. Yowell (0-3) struck
ans (3-4 prior to March 6) im- out nine batters.
proved to 2-1 in District 5.
Keystone scored five runs in Interlachen 4 BHS 2
the second inning, three of which Norman pitched a shutout until
came on a home run by Colten the seventh inning, when visiting
Griffis. Interlachen scored four runs and
Griffis was 2-for-4 with three handed the Tornadoes a 4-2 dis-
RBI, while Williams added an trict loss on Feb. 27.
RBI. Carson Yowell went 2-for-3
Bradford fell to -1-6 and is now __t the plate for Bradford, while
0-4T idistriritpTay. Norman and Devin Paulk each
The Tornadoes and the Indians drove in a run.
will meet up again this Friday, .Overall, Bradford had five
March 9, at 7 p.m. in Starke. Fol- hits.
lowing that game, Keystone will On the mound, Norman (0-
host district opponent Williston 1) recorded eight strikeouts and
on Tuesday, March 13, at 7 p.m. gave up four hits.
Bradford will host Ridgeview
on Monday, March 12, at 5:30
p.m. and then travel to play dis- 6-run inning
trict opponent Fort White on
Tuesday, March 13, at7 p.m. leads to 8-3


Earlier KH results:

Forsyght 3 KH 1
The Indians were held to two
hits in a 3-1 loss to Forsyght on
Feb. 26 in Gainesville.
Griffis scored Keystone's lone
run on a passed ball iq, the first
inning.

Baker County 4 KH 3
Keystone tied it up in the top
of the seventh, but host Baker
County scored a run in the bot-;
tom half of the inning to hand the
Indians a 4-3 loss on Feb. 28 in
Glen St. Mary.
Griffis reached on an error
with two outs in the seventh and
scored on a single by Holden
Huggins to tie the game at 3-all.
Baker took advantage of an er-
ror, a walk and a passed ball to
score the winning run.


loss for UCHS
baseball team

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Williston used a six-run sixth
inning to hand the Union Coun-
ty baseball- team an 8-3 loss on
March 5 in Williston.
The Tigers (6-3 prior to March
6) scored a run in the fifth and


one in the sixth to take a 2-1 lead
prior to the Red Devils' big in-
ning.
Kyle Shealy went 2-for-4 for
the Tigers, while Austin Harden
and Trey Owen each had an RBI.
Dustin Hersey and Chris Starling
each hit a double.
Williston hit four doubles and
a home run off of pitchers Owen
and Troy Kite. Kite (2-1) started
the game, throwing 4.1 innings
and giving up four hits and one
walk. Owen allowed six hits and
one walk.
Union played District 7-1A
opponent Baldwin this past Tues-
day and will host district oppo-
nent Newberry on Friday, March
9, at 7 p.m. The Tigers then host
Baldwin on Tuesday, March 13,
at 7 p.m.
The Tigers are currently 2-0 in
district play.

Earlier results:

P.K. Yonge 4 UCHS 3
A three-run fifth inning was
not enough for the Tigers in a 4-3
loss to P.K. Yonge on March 1 in
Gainesville.
Union took a 3-2 lead in the
top of the fifth, but the Blue
Wave answered with two runs in
the bottom of the inning.
Harden drove in one of the Ti-
gers' runs, but the team was held
to just four hits and struck out
eight times.


Starting pitcher Hersey (1-2)
gave up three hits and two earned
runs in four innings. He had sev-
en strikeouts.
In relief, Cole Kite allowed
no runs and no hits, striking out
three.

UCHS 10 Dixie Co. 0
. Shealy threw a one-hitter as
the Tigers remained undefeated
in District 7, defeating visiting
Dixie County 10-0 on March 2.
Cole Kite drove in two runs,
going 3-for-4, while Cody Tide
hit a double in his only at-bat.
Harden and Dylan Allen were
each 1-for-3 with an RBI. Hard-
en's hit was a double.
Shealy (2-0) pitched a com-
plete game, allowing just one
walk and striking out nine.

Tigers take
1-run win over
Hilliard

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Back-to-back doubles by Ran-
da Conner and Jordane Spitze led
theUnion County softball team
to a come-from-behind 4-3 win
over Hilliard on March 5 in Hill-
iard.
The Tigers (6-3 prior to March
-6) trailed 3-1 going into the fifth


inning and were down to their
last out of the inning when',
Mariah Bowen got on base.
Conner hit a double to score-i:
Bowen and tie the game, while
Spitze's double scored Connefr'
to put Union up by one.
Spitze and Conner each hittw
two doubles and finished 2-for-..
3 and 2-for-4, respectively. :
Ashlyn Harden also had an
RBI. 4n
Holly Tucker (2-3). pitched a
complete game, giving up one..,
earned run on six hits and foutf"
walks. She had three strike :"
outs. !
Union played District 7-1A:,
opponent Chiefland this past";
Tuesday and will host district,..
opponent Dixie County on,
Thursday, March 8, at 7 p.m.
On Monday, March 12',.
Union travels to Jasper to play,;,
Hamilton County before trav.-',',
eling to Cross City on Tues-,',
day, March 13, to play district, .
opponent Dixie County. BothI,
games are scheduled for 7"
p.m. ;:1


Earlier result:


UCHS 14 Newberry 0:'.
Bowen and Morgan Dukes'
each drove in two runs, while';

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Lawrence

Bennett
LAKE BUTLER-Delbert Law-
rence Bennett, 33, of Lake Butler
passed away March 3, 2012, at his
residence after an extended illness.
Mr. Bennett was born in Gaines-
ville and lived most of his life in
Union County. He was a truck driv-
er for DuPont and was a member of
the Church of God of Prophecy in
Brooker. He was preceded in death
by his father, Lawrence Bennett,
and a brother.
Mr. Bennett is survived by: his
wife, Brenda Seay Bennett of Lake
Butler; mother, Mary Edwards Ben-
nett of Gainesville; a sister; two
daughters; two sons; and 11 grand-
children.
-Memorial services will be held
Thursday, March 8, at 6 p.m. ,at
the Church of God of Prophecy in
BrYoker with the Rev. Geneva Rog-
ersand the Rev. James Parker con-
dgc.ting the services. Archer Funeral
home of Lake Butler is in charge of
the arrangements.

Sonya Bynum
-'FLORAHOME-Sonya L. By-
iium, 53, of Florahome passed away
March 5, 2012, at the Putnam Com-
iunity Medical Center following
an extended illness.
She was born on March 29, 1958,
%as a homemaker and was of the
Qhristian faith.
' Mrs. Bynum is survived by: her
lKisband of 20 years, Torhn; a son,
rome Jones of Keystone Heights;
Her parents, Ernie and Joyce Dukes
df Florahome; a brother, Butch
IOukes of Myrtle ,Beach; and two
granddaughters.
Funeral services for Mrs. Bynum
yill be held Friday, March 9, at 10
a!m, in the chapel of the Jones-Gal-
lIgher Funeral Home of Keystone
1leights. Viewing wifl be held one
lour prior to the service. Burial
\%ill follow the services at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
; Arrangements are under the care
4 Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home.


Johnny Covington


Jbhnny
Covington
STARKE-Johnny Covington,
78 ,of Starke passed away March 1,
2012, at his residence following a
brt'f illness.
cMr. Covington was born in Starke .
of'Oct. 22, 1933, to the late Perry-
CCovington and Delia Tyson Cov-
ington. He was a lifelong resident
of Starke and attended Bradford
County schools.
-jHe retired from Sprint Telephone


Company and was a member of
Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist
Church of Starke.
Mr. Covington is survived by: his
wife, Joyce Elizabeth- Risby Cov-
ington of Starke; a son, Timothy
(Penny) Risby of Anchorage, Alas-
ka; daughters, Brenda (Bryan) Han-
kerson and Margaret (Ruben) Wil-
liams, both of Starke; sisters, Joyce
Perry of Starke and Lillie (Clarence)
Roaldey of Jacksonville; a brother,
Augusta Covington of Miami; and
12 grandchildren.
Visitation will be held Friday,
March 9, at Truevine Outreach Min-
istries. Family hour will be from 3-4
p.m. in the chapel of Haile Funeral
Home of Starke. The family will re-
ceive friends from 5-8 p.m. Visita-
tion will also be held one hour prior
to the funeral services.
Funeral services are set for Sat-
urday, March 10, at 11 a.m. at
Truevine Outreach Ministries with
Pastor Ross Chandler and the Rev.
GJ. Lott conducting the services.
Burial will follow at Freewill Me-
morial Garden Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Haile Funeral Home in Starke.

Paul Farina
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Paul Peter Farina, 82, of Keystone
Heights passed away March 1.2012,
at Haven Hospice in Gainesville fol-
lowing an extended illness.
Mr. Farina was born in Hartford,
Conn., on April 18, 1929, to the
late Andrew Farina and Lucy Cas-
sarino Farina. He served in the U.S.
Army.
Prior to his retirement, Mr. Farina
was the director of recreation at Oak
Hill School for the Blind in Hart-
ford, Conn. He'moved to Keystone
Heights in 1980 from Glastonbury,
Conn.
He was a member of Trinity Bap-
tist Church and the Keystone Golf
and Country Club. He was a former
youth leader with the Boys Club and
Boy Scout programs and was recog-
nized by the Gainesville Exchange
Club for working in drug and alco-
hol abuse awareness programs.
Mr. Farina'vas preceded in death
by his wife, Rhoda L. Dwyer Fa-
rina, and five siblings.
,He is survived by: his wife of
seven years, Peggy Farina; a daugh-
.,ter, Paula. Jean .(Bobby) Allen of.
Keystone Heights; s ns, An.reqw
W. (Laura) Farina of Charlotte,
N.C., and David W. (Diane) Fa-
rina of St. Augustine; stepchildren,
Peree (Larry) Stewart of Orlando
and Edward (Maude) White of
Bushnell; a sister, Josephine Neary
of East Hartford, Conn.; a sister-
in-law, Barbara Farina of Avon,
Maine; five grandchildren and five
step-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Farina
were held March 5 at Trinity Baptist
Church with the Rev. Jim Hubbard
conducting the services. A private
burial followed at the KeyStone
Heights Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights, www.jones-
gallagherfh.com.

George Hodge
LAKE BUTLER-George An-
drew Hodge, 39, of Lake Butler
passed away March 5, 2012, at
Shands at Lake Shore in Lake City.
Mr. Hodge was employed by
Pritchett Farms. He was the son of
Junior Hodge and Florence Allen.
Mr. Hodge is survived by: his
wife, Renee Hodge of Lake Butler;
a daughter, Brittany Hodge of Lake
Butler; a son, Kristopher Jones of
Lake Butler; a brother, Kenneth
Chancey of Worthington Springs;


and a sister, Lysa Money of Lean-
der, Texas.
The family will receive friends
on Friday, March 9, from 6-8 p.m.
at Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler.
Funeral services will be held Sat-
urday, March 10, at 11 a.m. at Ar-
cher Funeral Home.


Card of Thanks


Wayne Clemons


The family of Wayne
Clemons wishes to
express our heartfelt
appreciation for all the
love and kindnesses
during his illness and
death. We are so
grateful for your
thoughts, prayers, visits,
cards and phone calls
that supported us
emotionally and spiritu-
ally. The wonderful food
that was lovingly shared
with us strengthened us
physically and the
floral arrangements were
beautiful and very
appreciated For those
who participated in his
beautiful memorial ser-
vice, we thank you for the
loving memory. We ap-
preciate each of you who
were able to attend and
.those wlhoremembered
us with loving thoughts
and prayer. Please know
how very thankful we are
to each of you. Your love
and prayers continue to
comfort us through this
difficult time.
-The family of
Wayne Clemons



In Memory of
Frances M. Taylor
(Sheila Hodges Aunt)

BORN
September 17, 1943
Ft. Pierce, Florida

DEPARTED THIS LIFE
December 16,;2011
Jacksonville, Florida

SERVICES
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December 19, 2011
2:00p.m.

OFFICIATING
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INTERMENT
Jones Cemetery
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Sherman

McFarland
MELROSE-Sherman Phle-
gar McFarland Sr., 81, of Melrose
passed away March 4, 2012, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home in
Starke.
Mr. McFarland was born in Blue-
field, Va., on Oct. 9, 1930, to the
late Ellis Vernon McFarland and
Sarilda Mae Snell McFarland. He
had been a resident of Melrose for
five years, after moving there from
Keystone Heights.
Mr. McFarland was preceded in
death by his brother, Vernon Mc-
Farland, and his sister, Mary Ellen
Apple.
He is survived by: children, Cher-
yl Ellen (Ed) Bragg of Thomaston,
Ga., Donna Gail (Stephen Mark)
Lenox of Keystone Heights and
Sherman (Mary) McFarland Jr. of
Melrose; a sister, Onnie (Bill) Carr
of Roanoke, Va.; three grandchil-
dren and four great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at
a later date. Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. You may sign
the online guestbook at www.archi-
etannerfuneralservices.com.

Card of Thanks

Our family would like to
express our gratitude to
the staff of Windsor Manor
for the care and
compassion they demon-
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Willie Steward
STARKE-Willie Steward,62,of
Starke passed away March 3, 2012,
at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola fol-
lowing an extended illness.
Mr. Steward was born on March
1, 1950. He attended school in
Alachua County and later moved
to Starke. He was retired from the
construction business and was an
affiliate member of Greater Freewill
Baptist Church.
Mr. Steward is survived by: sis-
ters, Gertrude (Cornelious) Coving-
ton of Starke, Eva Mae Moore and
Mable Long, both of Gainesville.
He was preceded in death by:
his parents, McKinley Steward Sr.


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March 9, in the chapel at Haile Fu-
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on Saturday, March 10, at Greater
Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Church
with ministers Micheal McDuffie
and Lloyd Aldridge conducting the
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Harry Thomas
GAINESVILLE-Harry Thomas,
83, of Gainesville passed away Feb.
29, 2012, at Bradford Terrace Care
Center in Starke.
He was born in Wauchula to the
late John Thomas and Ozie Rainey
Thomas. He lived in Lake Butler
until five years ago, worked in the
timber business and also-farmed
vegetables and watermelons. He
attended Harmony Freewill Baptist
Church.
Mr. Thomas was preceded in
death by three sisters and five broth-
ers.
He is-survived by: his wife of
66 years, Rhenda Smith Thomas; a
daughter, Brenda Thomas (Buster)
Hannah of Gainesville; sons, Terry
Joe (Anita) Thomas of Lake Butler
and John Robert (Dawn) Thomas of
Brooker; 11 grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.
A funeral service for Mr. Thom-
as was held March 6 at the chapel
of Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler with Terry Elixson conduct-
ing the services. Burial followed at
Elzey Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home.


Palmer

Touchton
STARKE-Palmer Allen Touch-
ton, 73, of Starke passed away
March 5, 2012, at Malcom Randall
VA Medical Center in Gainesville
following an extended illness.
Mr. Touchton was born on May
23, 1938, in Statesville, Ga., to the


late Allen Frank "A.F." Touchton
and Hertha Jean Harrell Touchton.
He was a longtime area resident.
Prior to retirement, he worked
as a plumber and served in the U.S.
Army. He was a current member
of Hope Baptist Church and was a
longtime member of Foster Drive
Baptist Church in Jacksonville be-
fore moving to Starke.
Mr. Touchton was preceded in
death by his wives, Barbara Touch-
ton and Cindy Touchton, and sisters
Carolyn Brown and Shirley Guy..
He is survived by: his children,
Tina (Mike) Howell of Hampton,
Robin Carter and Allen (Karen)
Touchton, both of Jacksonville,
Becky (Darrell) Dugat, Brad (Me-.
gan) Touchton, Josh Touchton and
Zack Touchton, all of Starke, and
Brian (Amie) Touchton of Penn-
sylvania; siblings, Bobby (Kim)
Touchton of Georgia, Aven (Kenny)
Warren and Vera (Jim) Ermin, all of
Jacksonville, Ted (Trish) Touchton
of Sarasota, Stanley (Marie) Touch-
ton of Florahome, 21 grandchildren
and 14 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to any veterans' hos-


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pital. The family will receive friends
in the chapel at Jones-Gallagher Fu-
neral Home in Starke on Saturday,
March- 10, from 10-11 a.m. Funeral
services will begin at 11 a.m. Bobby
Touchton will conduct the services.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may be
left at www.jonesgallagherfh.com.



Donnie

Yarborough
STARKE-Donnie Mae Green
Yarborough, 86, of Starke passed
away Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012,
at Suwannee Valley Hospice Care
Center in Lake City.
Mrs. Yarborough was born on
Oct. 29, 1925, in Bradford County
to the late Willie Green and Narcis
Thomas Green and was a lifelong
area resident. Donnie was a home-
maker and a member of Oak Grove
Primitive Baptist Church in Glen St.
Mary.
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Odis Yarborough.
Survivors are: daughters, Joy
(Keith) Tetstone of Starke and
Barbara (Eddie) McLeod of Jas-
per; stepchildren, June Walker of
Macclenny, Faye Combs of At-
more, Ala., Juanita Sp'urgeon of
Melrose, Gloria Mott of Clinton
Township, Miss. and Bobby Yar-
borough of Glen St. Mary; grand-
children, Aaron (Kacie) Tetstone
of Lake Butler, Merideth (Joey)
Fitzpatrick of Orlando and Alana
(Andrew) Barnett of Mt. Juliet,
Tenn.;, great-grandchildren, Abby,
Ally, Adam and Brady; and many
step-grandchildren and step-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held
March 2 in the chapel at Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home in Starke. In-
terment followed in Dyal Cemetery
with Elder Lynwood Davis offici-
ating. Online condolences may be
left at www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
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Perhaps you sang a
touching song, or came
and just sat quietly in a
chair.
Perhaps you sent lovely
flowers, if so we saw them
there.
Perhaps you spoke the
kindest words, or helped us
to pray.
Perhaps you were not there
at all, just thought of us
that day.
Perhaps you prepared
some tasty food, or maybe
.furnished a car.
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service unseen, right here
or from afar.
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console our hearts, we
thank you sincerely,
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Motor
Vehicles and
Accessories
2011 FORD ESCAPE XLS.
4 cyl. great gas mileage!
13,000 miles. $19,087.
Call 904-796-0781.
2003 CHEVY Silverado
pick-up, excellent shape,
$6,500 firm. 2006 Mini
Cooper convertible,
$19,000 firm. 352-235-
1675.
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.

45
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.


47
Commercial
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 (or 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
is $500/mth.
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 352-235-1r7r


48
Homes for Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.
2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds.
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street), great
area for kids and recre-
ation, close to town and
shopping. $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leave message. View by
appointment only
2BR/1BA NEWLY REMOD-
ELED, $65,000. 696 Ep-
person St. In Starke. 352-
745-0039.
624 N LAKE ST., STARKE.
3/1, $69K, clean, renovat-
ed, central heat and air,
laminate floors, fenced,
corner lot, walking dis-
tance to High School,
Middle School and El-
ementary School. Will pay
up to $3,000 in closing
costs. Call R Austin Re-
alty, 904-796-0862.


49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
FORECLOSURE, 3BR/2BA,
on 1.78 acres. Completely
remodeled. $69,900 or
$3,500 down $499/mo.
904-259-4663.
WE BUY USED HOMES,
top $. 904-259-4663,
Wayne Frier Macclenny
Factory Outlet. 1-10 &
Exit 336.
NO MONEY DOWN, if
you own your own land.
3BR-$299/mo. 4BR-$399/
mo. Call 904-259-4663.
Wayne Frier Macclenny
Factory Outlet, 1-10 &
Exit 336.
SINGLEWIDE'S 2BR,
14x56-$7,500, 2BR,
14x70-$5,000, includes
delivery. 904-259-4663.
2012 3BR DOUBLEWIDE,
delivered- $29,900. You
pick colors. Call 904-259-
4663. Wayne Frier Mac-
clenny Factory Outlet,
1-10 & Exit 336. -
LIKE NEW 007 16x80 3/2,
$24,630 and like new
.2005 28x44 3/2, $22,675:
Both homes must be
moved. Dealer move
and set prices .available
or your pick up. North
Pointe Homes Gainesville
FI 352-872-5566


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For Rent
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, under new
management, Keystone
Heights. For rent large
2BR/2BA, water included
$500/mo. First month.,
and security. Call Rick at
352-235-0506.
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MH, clean close to prison.
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MOBILE HOMES FOR
,.RENT starting at $525
.per,month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
' 'EN'TS, 1005 SW 6th St.
,Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
7,11, 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
rnloyer." Call 386-496-
PERMANENT ROOMS
'or.,ent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
'and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
2BR/1 BA, 696 Epperson St.
in Starke. $600/mo. 352-
.745,0039.
2BR apt down town Starke.
$45.0/mo. Will work out
'payment plan for final and
security. Call Joan 904-
.964 4303 for additional
'ipfQrmation. .
2BRlfBA HOUSE1st & sec.
,Oeposit, $600. Lake Gene-
va area. Also, studio apt.
$400/mo. $400,deposit.
Call 352-473-2919.
RENTALS IN KEYSTONE,
2&aBR/1 BA. Convenient-
,l ted near shopping.
e are lake front with
fteJawn maintenance.
4 are from $475 up
$50 plus deposit. Call
_,$450-8518 or 352-
;&6226.
2 E' A SW in Lake Butler
iptowards Lulu. $600
city, $600 rent, no
iQking, service animals
.o Call 904-364-6942.
$ B~A near Keystone.
b,? accepting applica-
_n.,'. $800/mo. plus de-
.. Call 904-964-5734
3BT8A NEAR STARKE
'TiF COURSE. 1605
N*.153rd Street, $750/
p_'.`lus $600 deposit,
yAJ ble March 1st. Call
9 ,32-0590. Section 8
adaptedd.
l ,.SE KEYSTONE
!1e to schools. 3BR/
?l.A. Completely re-
q dled, with carpet
4tancescabinets. Must
s'i-call Trevor Waters
Realtor, 352-246-7776
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS ON
Lake Geneva, 3BR/2BA,
bonis room/possible bed-
rrom; $850/mo. 2 blocks
from high school and el-
ementary, and 2 blocks
frosmdowntown Keystone
B1c1h. 352-371-3837.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a ga-
ragie nice neighborhood,
1015. West Pratt St. $725
per;.month & Deposit.
Apply at 904-545-6996,
tq pply. o .
STARKE, S. W. 2BR/2BA
ifQr.one or two people.
Service animals only,
deposit. 904-964-9719.
DOWNTOWN MELROSE
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bell Lane. CH/A, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,

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storage in back yard.
$595/mo. plus $500 de-
posit. Call 352-226-9220
or 352-475-5533.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA, SWMH, CH/A.
$400/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563.
SPACIOUS 4/1 APART-
MENT LOCATED IN
MELROSE. Over 2,000
sq. ft., recently updated.
$575/mo, $400/sec. Call
352-475-6285.
3BR/2BA SWMH on Griffis
Loop. CH/A, washer
and dryer, service ani-
mals only. $475/mo. plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
3BR/2BA DWMH on CR.
221. Deck, dishwasher,
CH/A, service animals
only. $650/mo. plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
ON AN ACRE OF LAND,
water included, quiet, 2
miles from Worthington
Springs. ,$600/mo., first,
last, $300 deposit. 386-
496-1146.
2/1 CH/A VERY CLEAN -
SECLUDED Large Yard,'
on the water! $495 month,
plus deposit. 904-364-
8301.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE ON PRIVATE
LAND, fully furnished.
Includes TV, $275 with
senior discount. Ideal for
one person, Keystone
Heights, 352-473-5745.
2/1 14 WIDE MOBILE
HOME Central air, 12x12
shed, fenced in yard on
acreage. 1.5 miles from
Walmart, $650/mo, first,
last and deposit. Call 386-
523-5091.
LAKE ALTO ESTATES
MOBILE HOMES, 2/2
AND 2/1. Newly updated,
washer/dryer hook-ups,
storage sheds, nice
porches. Service animals
only. $525/mth plus secu-
rity, 317-748-7912.
3BR/1BA 7839 SW 126th
Ave. Lake Butler. Very
clean. Includes electric,
water, phone, high speed
internet, pest control, anrd
lawn. Service animals
only. 386-496-1741 leave
message.
3BR/1.5BA house located
one mile east of Shands
of Starke on 230. Block
home built well, low elec-
tric bills, fireplace with
built in bookcases and
real wood flooring in that
room, Florida room/pa-
tio, formal/informal din-
ing area, carpeted in all
rooms, 2 car garage,


Johnathan Douglass
S904-964-4407




HFOR SALE


SHouse to be moved


S4BR/2BA

, older house in Starke. Must be
moved from property.
Located behind
First Baptist Church.

$19,995

Call for more information

904-588-6454


pav d driveway, sits on
full acre lot; great yard for
children, fruit trees, close
to everything I $1,100/mo.,
first, last and $350 secu-
rity. Service animals only.
Please leave message at
904-964-7076.
52
Animals & Pets
COCKERPO MALE PUPPY.
5 weeks old, apricot color.
$500, ready to go in 2
weeks. 386-496-1128 or
386-965-4781.
53A
Yard Sales
FRI. & SAT., 8AM.-2PM.
American Legion building.
709 W Edwards Rd.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE FRI & SAT 7:30
?Conerly Estates. Adult'
& children clothes, toys,
household items, stamp'n
up items, premier jewelry
and much more. For de-
tails call 904-263-0205.
THURS-SAT- MARCH 8-10
781 GLENDALE ST.Off
16 W. Household items &
cleaners, stepping stones,
clothes and pet items.
HUGE 5 FAMILY YARD
SALE. TAKE SR16 to-
wards prison, turn right
on CR 225 toward Lawtey.
1st brick home on right.
Fri & Sat. 8am til? 53A
CHILDREN CLOTHES
KITCHEN ITEMS, ETC.
- Friday, 9 to 5. 307 South
Church St. Starke
FRI & SAT- 8:30 til 2 -13380
SE CR 100A across the
street from Grace Bap-
tist Church. Furniture,
household; kitchen, adult
and children clothing,
toys, CD's, books, Baby
Lock Serger too much
to list.
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to 3 pm. 810 Parkwood
PI, Starke. A little bit of
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The Hope Christian Academy football team poses with its West District champion and conference runner-up
trophies from the 2011 season. Pictured are: (front, l-r) Luke Smith, Jacob Boyette, A.J. Bellis, Brian Wilson,
Sawyer Maxwell, Aaron Marrero, Jonathan Jacks, Daniel Bronson, (back, I-r) T.J. Easom, assistant coach Andrew
Jones, Garhett Wilson, Masen Edenfield, Ryan Silcox, Andr6 Canady, Caleb Jones, Joe Moore, Ethan Cornwall,
assistant coach Brian Wilson and head coach Gary Walker.

HCA football, volleyball teams find success in '11


Hope Christian Academy's
flag football team recently
claimed the 2011 South Eastern
Christian Conference-West
District Championship and went
on to finish as runner-up in the
SECC playoffs in Georgia.
"It's been a blessing to watch


Cook earns 2
top-5 finishes
for BHS at UNF
meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Samantha Cook finished as
runner-up in the shot put and had
two of the Bradford girls' track
and field team's four top-six fin-
ishes at the March 2-3 Universi-
ty of North Florida Spring Break
Invitational.
Cook recorded a distance of
35'7". in the shot put, while also
placing fifth in the discus with a
throw of 100'6".
Tiana Sheffield had two sixth-
place finishes with a distance of
35'1.25" in the triple jump and
a 'time of 16.15 seconds in the
100m hurdles.
KaShondra McCallum earned
a 10u-place finish in the shot put
with a distance of 30'8".
The boys' team had lour top-
10 finishes, led by Diontre Jonas'
fifth-place finish in the 100m
with a time of 10.94 seconds. Jo-
nas also had a sixth-place finish
in the 200m with a time of 22.24
seconds.
Bradford's 4x400m relay
team of DaQuan Blount, Jacob
Henderson, DeVontre Edmonds
and Kenny Dinkins placed sev-
enth with a time of 3:33.78. The
4xl00m-team of Cody Hill, Isa-
iah Jamison, Jonas and Rashad
Lane placed eighth with a time
of 43.95 seconds.
Hill teamed up with Demetri-
us Martin, Ta Holland and Andy
Merrill to earn a ninth-place fin-
ish in the 1600m sprint medley
really with a, time of 3:58.78.
Other Bradford girls' results
by event were: 100m-Luciera
Hamm 13.65; 200m-Hamm


their improvement and growth,"
said Gary Walker, HCA assistant
principal and head football
coach. "They prayed and worked
hard for their wins."
There are 11 teams in the
SECC representing schools from
Madison to Brunswick, Ga!.


29.06; 800m-Sarah Freder-
ick 3:00.60; 1600m-Freder-
ick 6:16.93, Autumn Rodgers
6:32.95; 3200m-Amanda
Hall 12:56.21; 300m hurdles-
Sheffield 52.39; 4x800m-Hall,
Rachel Ricker, Rodgers, Fred-
erick 11:33.61; distance medley
relay--Deanna Jordan, Brianna
Ward, Ricker, Rodgers 16:40.11;
discus-McCallam 65' 10".
The remainder of the boys'
results were: 100m-Jamison
11.62; 200m-Jamison 24.04;
40Qm-Blount 54.77, Dinkins
54.86; 800m-Thomas Hales
2:11.53, Brenton Ruise 2:43.17;
1600m-Merrill 4:46.10, John
Gillenwaters 4:56.96; 3200m-
Hales 11:19.59; 110m hurdles-
Henderson 16.29; 4x800m-
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experienced success, finishing
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cus-Caleb Blankenship 91' 10",


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Jackson,
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Tyric Jackson was runner-up
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ishes for the Bradford Middle
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playoffs. Coaches were Tori
Schenck, Brittany Schenck and
Chalin McGuire.
The school's inaugural
cheerleading squad provided
spirit for the volleyball and
football teams.


and girls' standings.
Jackson cleared a height of
4'8" in the high jump, while Bo-
swell was third in the 100m with
a time of 13.04 seconds and fifth
in the 200m with a time of 29.94
seconds.
Two of the boys' relay teams
for Bradford placed fourth-the
4x 100m team with a time of 51.28
seconds and the 4x400 "A" team
with a time of 4:31.13-while
Jarvis Desue was fifth in the
400m with a time of 1:08.99. The
4x800m relay team was sixth
with a time of 11:47.97.
Jackson and Ka'shan McCal-
lum earned seventh-place fin-
ishes in the 400m and shot put,
respectively. Jackson had a time
of 1:13.71, while McCallum had
a distance of 25'l".
Boswell earned an eighth-

SeeBMS, 12B


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place finish in the long jump
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Other BMS boys' results were:
1600m-Robert Martin 6:24.55,
Brandon Ruis 6:32.39, Brandon
Simpson 6:38.61, Jordan Nguy-
en 6:54.20; 800m-Dakota Bet-
terson-Smith 2:56.36, Nguyen
2:57.38, Ruis 3:04.34, Martin
3:04.87, Simpson 3:23.95.
Kristen Cook earned a fourth-
place finish for the girls' team'
with a distance of 25'9" in the
shot put; while Latajaria Leath
Ivas fifth and sixth in the 200m
and 100m, respectively, with
times of 30.93 and A4.77 sec-
onds.
The 4x800m "A" and "B"
teams were fifth and sixth,
respectively, with times of
12:11.67 and 12:51.24. Tessa


Ricker and Taylor Rehberg were
sixtlfand 10th, respectively, in the
1600m with times of 6:42.19 and
7:01.23.
The 4x400m' relay team was
ninth with a time of 5:33.97.
Other girls' results: 1600m-
Macy Alvarez. 7:02.87, Chel-
sea Creighton 7:10.40, Bethany
Bryan 7:34.57, Kristin Canida.
7:36.73, Krystal Ellis 7:40.87;
800m-Canida 3:23.78, Bryan
3:26.47, Creighton 3:34.12,
Madeline Strickland 3:42.64.


ENTRIES
Continued from 3B

by Ann Drogowski (904-964-
4713) and includes oil or acrylic
painting, mixed-medium paint-
ing, color photography, black
and white photography, animal
photos, charcoal, pen or pencil,
watercolor, pastels and chalks,
yarn, needlepoint, needle punch,
cross stitch, embroidery, cerarm-
ics (stained and glazed),.stuffed
animals, dolls (cloth and cro-


chet), woodwork, recycled oddi-
ties, folk art, wreaths, wall hang-
ings, plastic canvas, strawberry,
theme and miscellaneous.
Contact Drogowski for more
information.
Jim DeValerio (904-966-
6299), Bradford County exten-
sion agent, is the superintendent
for the agriculture products and
horticulture division. Entries in-
clude blooming/fruiting plants,
bromeliads and orchids, cactus/
succulents/eutphorbias, African
violets, foliage, special display,


bonsai, hanging plants, patio
plants, herbs, vegetables/crops,
fruit/nuts, miscellaneous and
eggs.
Tips for winning blue ribbons
in agriculture/horticulture: plants
must be free of pests and diseas-
es, clean and groomed, and in a
clean, decorative pot. Remove
debris and prune off dead leaves
to assure an award-winning ap-
pearance.
Contact DeValerio for more
information.


LETTER
Continued from 4B

covering this project need. The
county did not want to designate
any funds to the project'as they
had obtained the grant and they
did not find any funding dol-
lars in their budget. If you have
any questions please call Dave
Mecusker, city manager of Lake
Butler at 386-4960 3401.
Dave Mecusker


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Invitation to Bid
TIMBER SALE
KEYSTONE AIRPARK AUTHORITY
The Keystone Airpark Authority offers
to sell to the highest and best bidder
a tract of timber on (KAA) property
The tract map is available at the KA/
office.
1. Please appraise the timber
approximately twenty (20) acres
As serves your best interests. -
2. This sale.is a lump sum sale.
3. All merchantable pine anc
hardwood timber are in the
harvest area.
4. From the date of the contract,
executed by both parties, the
:buyer has thirty (30) days
to complete the harvest and
removal of all products.
5. Buyer shall hold harmless,
and indemnify all employees,
agents, visitors and aviators
doing business at (KAA). 'A
Current insurance certificate will
be provided to (KAA) on the day
; of closing.
6.. The access to the timber sale
is, directly from S.R. 100 and
Sis used by employees, visitors
and pilots. Please use all due
diligence on the ingress and
egress of harvested timber and
equipment.
7. The timber bids will be opened
and read aloud on March 30th,
2012 at 5:00pm. From that date,
the successful bidder has 10
days to enter into a contract with
KAA.
8. If interested, please-..-hve
your bid to the KAA office;-'as
below, no later than the close of
business on March 30th, 2012.
Attn: Airpark Timber Sale
Keystone Airpark Authority
7100 Airport Road
Starke, FL. 32091
9: Please enter your bid, as well as
the business name, address, and
phone, or cell phone numbers.
10. Please direct any questions, or
Concerns to:
SGlenn Harris
: 710 Airport Road
Starke, FL 32091
(352) 473-0031 (office)
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Invitation to Bid
SSTEEL BUILDING
KEYSTONE AIRPARK AUTHORITY
The Keystone Airpark Authority is
soliciting bids for. a steel building.
Please read specifications below:
1. The clearspan, rigid-frame steel
building shall be erected on and
,anchored to an existing concrete
Spad located at the Keystone
Airport, Keystone Heights, Florida
32656.
2, Building shall meet both state of
Florida and Clay County building
codes.
3. Building dimensions: 52 ft. L x 52
ft. W x 16ft. H/52,ft. Lx 52ft. Wx
24 ft. H (Alternate bid)
4. Two (2) Steel Walk Doors
(Insulated, 3070/single leaf) one
door on each front and rear corner
of the building. Two (2) Roll-Up
doors (20 ft. W x 12 ft. H) w/ direct
drive shaft chain hoist. One door,
centered on each front and rear.
wall panels.
5. Roof Pitch: 3:12 or' 4:12 for.
alternate bid
6. Metal. Building Roof and Wall
Panel Profiles:
a. Shall be purlinr bearing or
"PB" profiles.
b. Standard 26-gauge material
(.0185 mil, 80K PSI)
c. Colored wall panels shall have
a 25 year paint warranty
7. Building Trim, Gutter and
Miscellaneous:
a. Edges shall have a "hem"
: folded finish on all of the
exposed edges.
b. Rake and Gutter trim shall
be factory-mitered to insure,
control of runoff from the
roof.
.c. Ceiling insulation shall
t be reflective foil interior
type insulation with 1" of
fiberglass between the
reflective outer layers. One
outer layer reinforced with a
"scrim" of embedded fibers to
relieve stress.
d. Skylights size and'quantity
as recommended by building
supplier.
e. Ridge Caps shall be die-
cast type to cover the peak
and connect roof panels on
either side.
8. Contractor shall hold harmless,
and indemnify all employees,
agents, visitors and aviators
doing business at KAA. A current
insurance certificate shall be
provided to the KAA prior to the
starting of this project.
Deadline for bids March 30th, 2012
at 4p.m. Mark bids "Steel Building
Project" and deliver to Maria Gall,
7100 Airport Rd, Starke, FL. 32091
Contact David Kirkland @ 352-
745-0963 or email @ dkirkland@
clayelectric.com
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