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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: March 1, 2012
Publication Date: 3/29/2012
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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012


99TH YEAR -48TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


)Worth

I Noting


Palm
Sunday service
planned
This Palm Sunday, April 1, yc
are invited to worship at Victor
Christian Center of Lake Butle
Morning worship service begir
at 11:30 a.m. Victory Christia
Center is located at 705 S.W. 61
'St. in Lake Butler.

Appreciation
dinner set
Faith Baptist Church 'vwi
be hosting an appreciation dt
-and dinner on Sunday, April
following the 11 a.m. service
honor Josephine Addison.
Addison has been the piar
player and a part of the phuroh
finance committee. She hi
been a very important part o
the Faith Baptist Church fami
for the last 35 years. Addisc
has also been the piano teach
for the community. The fami
of Faith Baptist Church wou
like to invite family, friend
and/or former students to join
honoring Addison.

First annual
egg dash-set
The Christ Central Church
Lake Butler will present its fin
annual Easter egg dash on Satt
day,.April 7, from 10 a.m. to
p.m. There will be free food, li
entertainment, games, prizes, ai
more than 6,000 eggs to hui
Christ Central is located at 1604
S.E. 71st Trail in Lake Butler.

Egg hunt set
A community Easter egg hui
has been set by Lake Butler Fi:
United Methodist Church on S.
urday, March 31, from 11 a.m.
1 p.m. The event will include f
for the whole family, with cane
food and prizes.

Church reviv
planned
Crossroads to Victc
Church located on S.R. 1
in Raiford will have a revi'
Wednesday to Friday, April 4
at 7 p.m. each night with gu
speaker Randy Ogburn. I
more information visit ww
crossroadstovictorychurch.cor

Health fair set
The Union County Hea
Department, the University
Florida and many other hea
agencies in Union and Bradf<
counties will be holding the LU
Butler Health and Informati
Fair on Saturday, March 31, fro
9 a.m.-l p.m. at Lake Bul
Elementary School.

CORRECTION
In the announcement for c
didate John E. Maines IV, p
wished last. week in the Un
,CGounty Times, the "IV" was n
takenly left off his name. Johr
Maines IV is running for Un
County judge. The Times ape
gizes for any inconvenience
error may have caused.

Torch run
coming
through UC
Lawi enforcement officers f(
the Union County Sheriff's
fice, Reception Medical Ce
and Union Correctional Inst
tion will participate in the anr
torch.run for Special Olym|
on Friday, April 13, beginning
9a.m.
Representatives from e

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NRSWA sets new rules


for waiving tipping fees


ake BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
ion: Telegraph Editor
om
tler The New River Solid Waste
Association will implement a
new method for waiving tipping
S fees to avoid future audit criti-
cism.
an- The association typically
ub- waives disposal fees for resi-
ion dents, churches and others if a
'is- hardship is noted in the request.
, E. This includes, for example, dis-
ion posal of debris from burned resi-
)1o- dences when the, dwelling was
this not insured. The association's
auditors have criticized the prac-
tice saying Florida statute limits
hardship waivers to very specific
circumstances.
Association board members
sympathetic to the waiver,re-
quests they receive have strue-
orm gled with this conflict between
Of- charity and legal authority.
enter This month, NRSWA.Execu-
itu- tive Director Darrell O'Neal at-
iual tempted to settle the matter by
pics suggesting that member counties
g at cover the waivers themselves.
Instead of the landfill waiving
ach fees directly, O'Neal suggested
the county commissions consider
2A future waiver requests.
When the counties approve a


waiver, the disposal fees would
be deducted from monthly divi-
dend check each receives from
the landfill. (Currently each coun-
ty receives a total of $225,000
annually from New River.) To
make sure the counties aren't out
any money, however, O'Neal
said each county would receive
an additional $5,000 to offset any
waivers. If the counties find that
is not enough, the amount could
be raised as needed, he said.
In that way, landfill operations
are still. paying for the waivers
but the landfill board is not ap-
proving them directly. *
Bradford County Commis-
sioner Doyle Thomas asked what
would happen if a large school
building. for. example., was de-
stroyed by a tornado. Disposal
fees would exceed the $5.000
the landfill was putting forth.
he said. Assistant Director Perry
Kent said in circumstances when
a natural disaster is involved.
FEMA typically covers debris
disposal costs. However. 'dis-
posal costs will not be paid for if
FEMA finds that those fees have
been' waived.
Thomas and others weren't
entire\ comfortable \ith the
idea of leaving the waiver deci-


sion in the counties' hands since
there was no guarantee those
commissions would agree to use
the funds as NRSWA intended.
Baker County's Michael Crews
said those commissioners would
have to justify that to their con-
stituents.
The new policy will be effec-
tive Oct. 1. The association.went
on to approve two disposal waiv-
ers that evening. The waivers
went to fire victims in Bradford
and Union counties.
At the meeting, the associa-
tion also settled another audit
issue, agreeing on language re-
garding the division of assets
and liabilities upon dissolution.
Members agreed upon equal di-
visibn between Bradford, Baker
and Union counties. Each county
commission will need to agree to
the amendment to'their interlocal
agreement.

In other business:
Changes in California law
will impact the development of a
gas-to-energy project at the land-
fill. The association has already
entered a contract to allow a
Calitfornia firm to develop a proj-
See WAIVE, 2A


Death penalty


sought in murder


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor

State Attorney Bill Cervone
said he is seeking the death pen-
alty for two of the three people
accused of murdering a Union
County man Jan. 6.
The prosecutor was in Lake
Butler March 21 to observe a
case management hearing forde-
fendants Michael Lynn Pierce
Jr., Lavar Monte Thompson and
Amanda Jeffery. Cervone has
charged all three defendants in
the murder William Couch, dur-
ing a home invasion robbery in
Johisville. He said after the
hearing that he has filed death


penalty notices for Pierce and
Thompson.
- Cervone added that now, his
team is awaiting lab results to
add to other evidence it has al-
ready processed.
During the hearing, Chief As-
sistant State Attorney Jeanne
Singer told Circuit Judge Phyl-
lis Rosier that'the state has more
than 100 witnesses. She also said
she plans to file additional ar-
son charges in Bradford County
against Pierce and Thompson.
Bradford County Sheriff officials
claim the pair set Couch's car on
fire in a Pleasant Grove cemetery
after driving it to the area from
the robbery and murder scene.


Deputies corner


Fast Track robber


Man threatens
suicide
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor

A Lake Butler man held off
Union County deputies for 20
minutes by holding a gun to his
own head., after he allegedly
robbed Lake Butler's Fast Track
Convenience Store.
Davario Tyshon Watkins, 19,
was arrested March 23 for armed
robbery. According to the sher-
iffs office. Watkins aHlegedely
smashed the front plate glass
window of the store after closing
hours and severely cut his right
arm when busting through the
glass. He pointed'a 9 mm hand-
gun at the clerk and ordered her
to open a safe. He then threw a
black bag at the employee and
ordered her to fill it with cash.
Throughout the holdup, Watkins
had to alternate between collect-
ing the loot and tending to his
. injury, which was producing a
pool of blood on the floor of the
.store. As he finally left the build-


ing, Union deputies spotted him.
-.,They soon cornered Watkins in
a wooded area southwest of the
crime scene.
According to the sheriff's of-
fice, once surrounded, the 19-
year-old held the 9 mm to his
head and said he intended to kill
himself. He later gave up and
was treated at Lake Butler Hospi-
tal for the lacerated arm. Depu-
ties then transported him to jail.
After deputies apprehended
Watkins, one victim of a March
12 robbery at Lake Butler's Hun-
gry Howie's picked the 19-year-
old out in a photo line up.
In that hold up, the assailant
snuck in through the front door
and held a 8 to 10 inch knife to
a clerk's throat while demanding
money from the store's safe. Ac-
cording to witnesses, the robber
then ran from the pizzeria and
hopped in a white truck, which
then sped away.
The sheriff's office said it is
also investigating Watkins' in-
volvement in additional crimes
and is investigating potential ac-
complices to the offensives.


LBMS burglary


solved by UCSO

BY DAN HILDEBRAN Dowling.
StarkeJournal.com Editor-- "I observed the suspect with
a camera in his hand...walk
Union County deputies ar- into the pawn shop," wrote tle
rested a couple for stealing investigator.
computer equipment from Lake Feltner added that just as
Butler Middle School March Dowling handed the camera
21, while the duo was trying to over to the pawnshop employ-
sell the stolen goods to a local ee, the lawman disrupted the
pawnshop. transaction.
Anthony Julian Dowling, "I asked the defendant if he
21, and Tara Tennile Jacobs, was trying t'.,s 61 the darnera
24, were both arrested 'fOtr tr- and he stated yes."
ceny, dealing in stolen property Feltnet wrote' in his report
and burglary. Jacobs was also that he then asked Dowling: to
charged with driving with a follow hifi out to his car to look
suspended license and Dowling at a photo from the school's
was charged with a probation video system.
,violation. "I showed the subject the
According to Union Coun- picture of him from the school
ty Sheriff's Office reports, camera and said 'is this you?'
around 1:15 a.m. on March and he said 'no'."
21, surveillance cameras at the After the suspect gave his
middle school captured ipnages name to Feltner, the lawman
of Dowling throwing a rock ran a check and found out the
through a schoolhouse window, 21-year-old was wanted in
and then crawling through the Marion County for a probation
opening.' ameras then taped violation.
the suspect removing $8,500 While Feltner was question-
worth of cameras, laptops and ing Dowling, Jacobs left the
iPads from the building. pawnshop in a silver Kia. Lt.
Investigator Jerry Feltner D.F. "Lyn" Williams stopped
wrote in a report that after re- the car behind Welch's Auto
viewing the video, he got a tip Repair. The 24-year-old
that someone was trying to sell told Williams her driver's li-
cameras and laptops to a Lake cense- was suspended, a fact
Butler pawnshop. Williams confirmed with a


Feltner wrote that when he
got to the store, he soon spotted


See SOLVE, 2A


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Royals were crowned at the 50th annual Strawberry Pageant in Starke on March
24. The Strawberry queen title went'to Alexandra Morneau (above), daughter
of Russell and Deborah Morneau of Raiford. The Strawberry princess title
went to Ronda McCormick (below), daughter of Ron and Tammy McCormick
of Gainesville. They are pictured with 2011 titleholders Taylor Rehberg, Kelsey
Brooker and Courtney Sexton.


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012


Webb seeking school board


(The following is a statement c
intention to run for public office
*submitted by the candidate.)
I'm the son of Robert L. Webi
Sr.and May Bell Webb. I've beel
a resident of Union County m:
entire life. I'm the father of twi
daughters and the grandfather o
two. I'm an ordained minister
and a member of the Body o
Christ Assembly Church of Goc
In Christ under the leadershiI
of Pastor Jacob D. James anm
Assistant Pastor Abraham -L
Perry Sr.

Personal statement
I believe it is important to givi
back to the community that yoi
live, work and worship in. I
is vital to the well being of tha
community. We,thepeople,makc
up the community we live in and
it is only as good as we make it
With your support I pledge to bi
a part of the solution and not thi
problem. Vote Robert L. Webl
Jr. school board representative ii
District 4

Experience: Results-orientec
professional with more than 16
years of banking and finance
experience.
Current position: Financia
representative at Modern


Robert L. Webb Jr.


e Woodmen of America in
d Gainesville.
Former employment: Credit
e Union assistant vice president
e branch manager Fairwinds
Credit Union in Lady Lake and
Campus USA Credit Union in
Gainesville.
Boards:
American Legion 2011 to
e present.
Member of National
I Association of Insurance and
Financial Advisors in Gainesville


from 2010 to the present.
Member of National
AssociationofFraternal Insurance
Counselors in Gainesville from
2010 to the present.
Substitute training for Union
County School District for the
2009-2010 school year.
Board member of the
Economic Development Council
Committee in Leesburg in 2007.
Lady Lake Area Rotary Club
member 2007-2009.
Current School Advisory
Council Committee member at
UCHS.
Chairman of the UCHS
School Advisory Council
Committee 2005-2006.
Education:
Graduate of Union County
High School in 1984.
Army National Guard 631st
Maintenance Company. in
Starke 1984-1992 (honorably
discharged).
Associate of science degree
from Florida Technical College,
attending 1989-1991.
Bachelor of science degree
frmv the I Ini;efiv l rh f Dh i-ornix


IJor tin ui versitI
attending 2007-2008.
U Currently enrolled
University since 2011.

Robert


Luke seeking city commiss


(Thefollowing is a statement of
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)


Richard "Rick" Luke :
announces his candidacy for city
commissioner, Lake Butler seat
1, in.the upcoming election.
Most of you will khow me
as Richard Luke, the building
contractor, who either built a
home for you, or someone you
may know, orpossibly remodeled,
repaired or weatherized most of
the homes in Union County:
I would first like to say that .
I am not running against the
incumbent commissioner, only
that I would like to be your Rick Luk
next commissioner of district Rick Luke
1. People are quite prepaed-Jo,. The bft ato implement
complain about eeryhn.. h change is to get involved
any office holder does, but very yourself, either by turning out at
seldom do anything to try' to yourself either by turning ut at
change the situationthe polls when it's time to vote
and let yourself be heard, or roll


MORE
Continued from 1A

agency-and some of the student
participants-will carry the Spe-
cial Olympics torch from Lake
Butler Elementary School, down
S.R. 121 to Union County High
.School.-
The torch run participants will
be escorted, but drivers should
still take care when traveling on
SiR. 121 that morning.
The agencies have all been rais-
ing funds to donate to the Special
Olympics-which provides men-
tally ,handicapped young people
with the opportunity to compete
in their Olympics-style athletic
contests.
If you are interested in donat-
in.g to help fund Special Olym-
pics, contact UCI's Gena Single-
tary at 386-431-2000, ext. 2153.

VFW Easter
egg hunt
The VFW Ladies Auxiliary
of Post 10082 is putting on
its annual Easter egg hunt on
Saturday, April 7, at the VFW
Post off of C.R. 231 *near Lake
Butler. The event will kick off
with an egg hunt at 11 a.m.
Afterward, lunch will be served.
If you have any questions, please
contact Post Commander Chris
Fischer or Ladies Auxiliary
President Barbara Fischer at 904-
263-0647. This is a community
egg hunt.


What kind of
tournament?
Cornhole Tournament
March 31 to benefit
Union Relay for Life
The name may sound a little
odd, but the event promises loads
of family fun and good-natured
competition. Union Correctional
Institution's Relay for Life team
will host a Cornhole Tournament
on Saturday, March 31, begin-.
ning at 9 a.m. at Sprinkle Field
on the corner of S.R. 121 and
C.R. 231 in Lake Butler.
The object of the game is
to toss a bag full of dried corn
kernels into a hole in the target
board-hence cornhole. Two-
person teams will compete in the
double-elimination tournament.
Distance and accuracy will help
determine first, second and third
.places-all of which will receive
prizes.
The challenges are already
flying between the registered
teams. Entry fee for a two-person
team is $30. Concessions will be
available for spectators and par-
ticipants. Hamburgers, hot dogs,
nachos with cheese, nachos with
chili, chips, drinks and strawber-
ry shortcake will all be on sale:
All proceeds from this event
will go to Union County's Re-
lay for Life. For more informa-
tion, or to ehter the tournament,
call Candice Rossman, Meredith
Cox or Angie Anders at Union.
Correctional Institution at 386-
431-2208, 386-431-2244 or 386-
431-2121. You may also contact


your sleeves up and s
do the job yourself.
I am a politician rn
being my first attempt i
any political position.E
leave this position, pro
elected, I will leave
owing no favors to a
I am not asking any fi
anyone. If I didn't fee
capable of doing a g
representing the "voui
voting public, I would
this position.
Not only do I have c
in my abilities, I have c
in yourability tothink f
and vote the way you
for the city of Lake Bu
Thank you, and b
use your. greatest
Americans: vote cornm
day, for anyone, as oI
voice your opinion.



them via e-mail at the
addresses: rossman.
mail.dc.state.fl.us.
dith@mail.dc.state.fl.
angie@mail.dc.state. f

Lodge to n
Lake Butler Lodg(
F&AM located at 325
St. will meet Monda'
Dinner at 6:30 p.m..
7:30 p.m.


Subscription Rate in Trade Area
$39.00 per year:
$20.00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$39.00 per year:
$2000 six month


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


Tiffany Clark
Cliff Smelley
Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Melisa Noble
Earl W. Ray
Mary Johnson
Melisa Noble


Candidates outlined


in election recap


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

To date, individuals who have filed to run for
office in the upcoming Union County elections
are as follows:
County judge candidates are Bo Bayer,
John Cooper, Treisa Truelove, John E Maines
IV, Rusty Wade and Dan Webb.
Sheriff candidate is Jerry Whitehead.
Supervisor of elections candidate is Debbie
Osborne.
Clerk of courts candidates are Pat
Cunningham and Kellie Connell.
Property appraiser candidate is Bruce
Dukes.
Tax collector candidates are Terri Douglass,
Janet Harrison, Lisa Johnson, Chris Mecusker
and Linda Norcross.
Superintendent of schools candidate is
Carlton Faulk.


Fresh produce


.i ...iUx., coupons
in Kaplan available for

Sincerely, farmers market
L. Webb Jr. The Union County extension
office, in collaboration with
* the Florida Department of
ion Agriculture and Consumer
Services, held an informational
session this past Tuesday on
itep in and the nutrition program for the
Farmers Market. This event
aiden. this was held at the Union County
running for extension office in Lake
and when I Butler.
vided I am According to the Florida
".maiden." Department of Agriculture
anyone. for and Consumer Services. the
ivors from Farmers Market Nutrition
I that am
ood job of Program (FMNP) provides
ce" of the, WIC participants with coupons
not run for that can be used to purchase
local grown, fresh Florida
confidence fruits and vegetables. This
confidence produce can be purchased from
oryourself authorized farmers at selected
think best farmers' markets
itler. Who qualifies .for the
e sure to Farmers' Market Nutrition
rights as Program? Pregnant, postpartum,
le election or breast-feeding women and
)ng as you children ages one through four
who are enrolled in the WIC
Rick Luke program.
If .you qualify you will
receive:
following FMNP coupons from the
candice aWIC clinic in which you are
cox.mere- e
us. anders. enrolled .
usanders. Information about the
nutritional importance of fresh
eet fruits and vegetables.
neet A list and map of
e No. 52 participating farmers markets


5 W. Main
y. April 2.
Meeting at


WAIVE
Continued from 1A

ect at the landfill, but those legal
changes will.make it impossible
for the firm to pursue financing
for the project. The meeting was
continued to a future date so op-
tions could be discussed for mov-
ing forward.
The landfill will accept dis-
posal soil from Clay County,
reducing disposal cost since the
material can be used as daily.
cover.


SOLVE
Continued from 1A

dispatcher. Deputies later
found stolen property from the
school in the Kia.
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead ap-
plauded the quick work of his
deputies, as well as the school
staff and the pawnshop.
He added that all the property
stolen from the middle school
was recovered.
The allegations against the
defendants have not been prov-
en in court and the defendants
are presumed innocent until ad-
judicated guilty by a judge.


Lake Butler Lions Club

YARD SALE & PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Saturday, April 7, starting at 8 a.m.
at Carter's Fried Chicken
Served by local Lions & Political Celebrities

Yard Sale 8am-lpm Pancake Breakfast
Table Space $5.00 $5.00
(bring your table) includes Pancakes,
or rent ours for $5 ea. Sausage, Juice, Coffee
Anyone with items to donate to The Lions Club please call
.Sue Whitehead 386-288-4242 or Kenneth Parrish 352-317-4039

SMITH & SON'S
FEED AND SEED


RODE ISLAND
RED PULLETS
2.99 E


-Located in Providence
386-755-4328 (12 miles west of Lake Butler)


School board District.2 candidate is Alvin
Griffis.
School board District 4 candidates are Erick
Durant, Buddy Finley, Becky Raulerson and
Robert L. Webb Jr.
County commissioner District I candidate
is Karen Cossey.
County cqmmissionier District 3 candidate
is Jimmy Tallman.
County commissioner District 5 candidates
are Travis W. Croft, Barry Sams and Ralph '
SCourson.
Also, Supervisor of Elections Debbie
Osborne will not be overseeing the Lake Butler
city election as originally planned.

"This is a presidential election year and,
with the many state and county candidates
qualifying for office, I feel that my time needs
to be dedicated to the county elections," said
Osborne.


in your area. FMNP coupons
may be used at these authorized
markets only.
You can use your WIC/FMNP
coupons to buy locally grown
fresh fruits and vegetables.
You must use your farmers
market coupons to buy' only
locally grown fresh fruits and
vegetables.
Farmers often sell all of
their produce before the end of
market hours, so arrive early
for the best selection.
You will not receive any
change back if your purchase
is less than the amount of the
coupon. Ask the farmer if you
can receive additional produce
to make up the difference.
You must use your coupons
on or before the date listed on
your coupons. Farmers cannot
accept coupons .after this date.

Sign up for
CodeRED

notification

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Time Editor

The Union County Sheriff's
Office and Union County
Emergency Management
recently updated a system
currently in use and sends this
reminder to 'the community:
If you have not registered to
receive the CodeRED warning
notifications. please do so.
Otherwise. the system will
be unable to contact you with


severe weather warnings.
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 that have
unlisted phone numbers, who
have changed their phone
numbers or addresses within
the past year, and those who
use a cellular or a VolIP 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
system. 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 theFink to the CodeRED
community ~ '-notification
enrollment page.

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Public Library


Ayden Williams gives a big dinosaur roar while listening
to a book about dinosaurs.


Kids at storytime huddle under an umbrella to keep
dry. Storytime programs are every Thursday at 10 a.m. in
the library.


Terri Brown
was the
victor of
the Hunger
Games
event,
earning
herself a
bag, the
first book
of the
series and
upcoming
movie-
related
prizes.


(L-R) Tennille Brannen, Priti McNutt, Silas Wilson, Mary
Weatherholt and Kel Martin were the gamemaker's
judges.


Sally Breedlove leads the preschool story time children
in a dinosaur stomp.


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Terri Brown and Christian Vineyard were the best
dressed in the games.


Role play game based

on 'Hunger Games' story


The Junior Friends of the
Library hosted a Hunger Games-
themed event on March 17 at
the Union County Public library
with 25 teens and tweens playing
games, hunting for clues and
dressing to the height of capitol
fashion.
This event. based on the
bestselling series by Suzanne
Collins, featured games where
district 'teams competed against
one another to survi\c and \\in.
The teams solved clues that lead
them to objects hidden in the
library, created team banners.
played capture-the-flag. and
dodged .water balloons while
answering trivia questions. The
team from District 2 was named
survivors, with Terri Brown
crowned victor over all. Brown
.and Christian ,Vineyard w\\ere also


named best dressed in the Capitol
Couture competition. The Junior
Friends said thev would like! to
thank their sponsors and judges
for supporting the event: The
Friends of the Library. Priti and
Brad McNutt. Faith and Mary
Weatherholt. Silas Wilson. Kel
Martin and Tennille Brannen.
Next month, the Junior Friends
are hosting the" e'venth annual'
"Poetr\ Thing" in celebration
of National Poetr, Month on
Saturday. April 7.4-6 p.m. There
will be free coffee 'and snacks
as well as poetry. music and
games. Alumni members of the
Junior Friends are invited to a
gathering before Poetry Thing
at 3 p.m. to reminisce and share
their memories of their time in
the group.


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Sally Breedlove and the pre-k kids put on dinosaur skin
and hide from T-Rex while they explore the library.


Pre-K


screening

set at LBES
FDLRS and the Lake Butler
Elementary School are offering ,
free vision, hearing, speech and
language screenings for three-
and four-year-olds on Friday,
May 4, and Thursday, June 21.
Call Tricia Ranard at 386-496-
3047 for an appointment.
The Gateway Coalition will
also be there on those two
days issuing VPK vouchers
to children -who qualify. A
qualified child is any child who
is four years of age on or before
Sept. 1. This program is offered
through the state of Florida to
approve providers.
In Union County, the
approved providers are Lake
Butler Elementary, Tigers Den
or Little Rainbows Daycare.
Ahis three-hour program is free


for all four-year-olds residing
in the State of Florida.


Children's Assistant Sally
Breedlove shows the kids
how to shake the rain off
after a storm.


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Many people in the world today profess faith in God but do
not obey Him. They would do well to consider the question
Jesus asked, "But why do you call Me 'Lord, Lord,' and not do
the things which I say?" (Luke 6:46). Faithful men and women
throughout the Bible do not simply acknowledge God's
existence but are also obedient to God's commands. Hebrews
11 I describes faithful people who, "By faith ... offered"
(Hebrews 11:4, 17), "By faith ... moved" (Hebrews 11:7), "By
faith ... obeyed" (Hebrews 11:8), "By faith ... dwelt" (Hebrews
11:9), "By faith ... refused" (Hebrews 11:24), "By faith....
forsook" (Hebrews 11:27), "By faith ... kept" (Hebrews 11:28),
and "By faith ... passed" (Hebrews 11:29). Saving faith is that
faith which moves one to act in obedience for, "faith without
works is dead" (James 2:26).
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8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
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Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012


The Union County Riding Club was well represented at the Florida Gateway Pro Rodeo Pageant
trils year. Competing in age groups from 5 to 18, cowgirls from all over Florida gathered in Lake
City to have a chance of earning the title of Little Miss, Junior Miss or Miss Florida Gateway Pro
Rodeo. The girls were judged on their overall appearance, horsemanship, rodeo knowledge and
personality. This year's winners included the following UCRC members: Makayla Cailey, runner-
up Jr. Miss Florida Gateway Pro Rodeo; Kelsey Thornton, runner-up Miss Florida Gateway Pro
Rodeo; and Caitlyn Halle, Miss Florida Gateway Pro Rodeo. Victoria Whiteley, also a member of
UCRC, was the 2011 Miss Florida Gateway Pro Rodeo and helped to crown the new royalty. Shown
here are (l-r) Makayla Cauley, Kelsey Thornton, Caltlyn Halle and Victoria Whiteley.




UC Riding Club to celebrate long


history with event this weekend


BY RALPH PARRISH
Special to the Times.

As I reminisce on the history of the
Union County Riding Club, I wonder
if J.P. Bennett in his wildest dreams
would ever have imagined-how many)
lives would be touched by UCRC?-
not only people of Union County, but
families all over Northeast Florida.
I began today to list the n4mes of
families who had a part of moving the
dfding club forward. I soon realized
that it would be impossible to name
them all. You'see, this is not my or our
riding club, this is the Union County
Riding Club, made up of numerous
families through the last 50 years until
today.
In all the letters of the alphabet from
AtoZ, thene are family names that have
been involved in the club. Each family
had their special time and memories
of the riding club. Some families have
been-involved in the club -through its
entire history, families like the Seays,


Ellingtons, Andrews, Parrishes and
Malphurs. But there have always
been new families coming in like the
O'Steens, Tetstones, Boxes, Gays,
Robertses, Kellers Williamses and
the Grahanrr. The never-ending list of
families has'been a huge help through
the years to the UCRC.
You can reminisce with almost
anyone in Union County about UCRC
and they are soon to say, "Yes, I rode at
the club back at such a time and date."
It.is hard to believe that this club has
touched the lives of so many people
through the years and continues to do
so today. But everyone will agree that
once you have been involved in the
riding club you never forget your time
there.
Our list of officers who have served
in the leadership of UCRC includes
people who come from all over our
county. From our first President
Bennett to our present President
Robbie Thornton, all have served
well. I want to say a big "thank you"


to all our leadership throughout the
years who have continued to keep
UCRC strong and active. I hope that
you can see that it is not just the riding
of horses that makes up UCRC but
that it is really all of the families that
are and have been a part of the riding
club for the past 50 years.
By celebrating our 50th anniversary,
we hope to reunite as many folks as
possible who have helped UCRC be
the family club that we are today. I
invite anyone who would like to ride
in the parade, please come.
We will begin at 10 a.m. Saturday,
March 31, at the Lake Butler
Lakeshore Park and will parade down
Main Street. A chicken and rice lunch
will follow the parade at the UCRC
Arena located on S.R. 121 south in
Lake Butler with fun games to follow.
We will continue the celebration with
music and a bonfire Saturday night
and a special cowboy church service
at 8:30 a.m. Sunday morning. Please
join us for this special celebration.


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The Union County Riding Club challenges the community to name the
people in this picture. The first 20 people to bring this picture to the riding
club on Saturday, March 31, at 1 p.m. and can name the people correctly
will receive a free lunch.


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TAX DEED #63-2012-TD-0001
NOTICE OF APPLICATION OF
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
Henry M. Douglass, the holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
'the property, and the names in wh fch
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 48
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2005
Parcel ID: 11-06-18-00-000-0020-0
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
SECTION 11, TOWNSHIP 6S,
RANGE 18E ,
SE % OF NE A4 EXC 3 AC IN SE
COR, ORB 30, P 567; EXC ORB 38,
P 63; EXC 5 ACS IN ORB 43, P 545;
EXC ORB 52, P 653; EXC ORB 86, F
575; EXC 0.91 AC TO RONNIE; EXC
2 ACTO TERESAAS PER ORB 109
P 34; EXC 1 AC IN ORB 104, P 432
EXC 1 AC IN ORB 104, P 432.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Jeris-Jones
Said; property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in -such certificate wil
. be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the
12th day of April, 2012.
Dated this 5th day of March, 2012.
Regina H. Parrislh
Clerk of Circuit Cour
Union County, Florida
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reasonable accommodations tc
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
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IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR UNIOrN
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.: 63-201OCA-000089
ROSE ACCEPTANCE, INC
Plaintiff,
vs.
SAMUEL C. LONG, SHARON LYNN
LONG, AND UNKNOWN TENANTS/
OWNERS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuan
to Final Judgment of Foreclosure
for Plaintiff entered in this cause or
February 29, 2012, in the Circui
Court of Union County, Florida, I wil
sell the property situated in Union
County, Florida described as:
LOT 6, BREEZY ACRES
ACCORDING TO THE PLA"
THEREOF, AS RECORDED II'
PLAT.BOOK 2, PAGE 15, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNIOI'
COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH. THAT CERTAIN A 2004
MERT MOBILE HOME SERIAl
NUMBER FLHML3B155727982;
and FLHML3B155727982B Mobili
VIN .. FLHML3B155727982A ani
FLHML3B155727982Bandcommonl,
known as: 9204 NW 148 TRL, LAKE
BUTLER, .FL 32054; including thi
building, appurtenances, and fixtures
located therein, at public sale, to thi
highest and best bidder, for cash, oi
April 5, 20.12, at 11 a.m.
Any persons claiming an interest
im 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.
Dated this 20th day of March, 2012. .
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Regina H. Parrish
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
f PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.: 632012CP0004
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARZELLA JONES
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate
of MARZELLA JONES, deceased,
Whose date of death was May 6,
2011; File Number 632012CP0004, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 55 East Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
names and addresses of tife personal
representative and the personal
; representatives attorney are set. forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
, persons having claims or demands
; against decedents estate, on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF.
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
I NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
Y THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedents estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
t, 'DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
1' OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
d IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
T FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
' PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
T CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
q MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
Y DATE.OF DEATH IS BARRED.


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NOTICE OF ENACTMENT OF
ORDINANCE BY THE CITY
COMMISSION OF CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
an ordinance, which title hereinafter'
appears, will be considered for
enactment by the City Commission of
City of Lake Butler, Florida, at a public
hearing on April 9, 2012 at 5:15 p.m.,
or as soon thereafter as the matter
can be heard, in the City Commission
Meeting Room, in the City of Lake
Butler City Hall at 200 Southwest First
Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Copies
of said ordinance may be inspected
by any member of the public at the
Office of the City Manager in the
City'of Lake Butler City Hall, at 200
Southwest First Street, Lake Butler,
Florida, during regular business
hours. On the date, time and place
first above mentioned, all interested
persons may appear and be heard
with respect to the ordinance.
ORDINANCE NO. 1201
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER, "FLORIDA,
AMENDING THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS, AS AMENDED,
PURSUANT TO AN APPLICATION
LDR 12-01, RELATING TO AN
AMENDMENT TO TEXT OF
THE LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS; PROVIDING
FOR AMENDING SECTION
2.1 ENTITLED DEFINITIONS,
GENERAL TO ADD DEFINITIONS
FOR LOCAL STREETS, ARTERIAL
ROAD, COLLECTOR ROAD AND
LOCAL ROAD; PROVIDING FOR
AMENDING SECTION. 5.23.4


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LOTS TO DERIVE ACCESS FROM
AN EXISTING LOCAL STREET
OR LOCAL ROAD AS DEFINED IN
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ENTITLED ACCESS TO EXISTING
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This public hearing may be continued
to one or more future .dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of this public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notices concerning the matter will be
published.
All persons are advised that, if they
decide to appeal any decisions
made at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a record of the
proceedings and, for such purpose,
'they may need to ensure that a
verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be.based.
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reasonable accommodations to
participate'in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
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(L-R) 2011 Queen Victoria
Whiteley crowns the 2012
Queen Caitlyn Halle.


Caitlyn Halle performing
a musreal freestyle on her
horse Freckles.


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THuid., ,MARCH 29, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A


The Tigers weightlifting team members are: (back row, I-r) Jarrett Turner, Austin
Dukes, Duke Waters, Paul Witlow, Jared Turner, Chance Vaughn and Corey
Palmer. (Fourth row, I-r) Chandler Mann, Talon Tyler and Michael Ellis. (Third row,
I-r) Jacob Headman, Thomas Webb, Raymond Randolph, Emanuel Lee and Kevin
Thornton. (Second row, I-r) Michael Roberts, Josh Hedman, Jacob Merrix, John
Tucker, Dustin Griffis, Carl Alexander and Joe Ruby. (Front row, I-r) Dillian Clark,
Walter Mabrey, Devon Thomas, Austin Long and Josh Tyson.


The Tigers ,
weightlifting
team's recent
competition
brought home
awards for
several of its
competitors.
Jacob Merrix
was the
heavyweight
class winner.


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Shownrhere are Coach Bryan Griffis
with son Dustin Griffis. Dustin won
first place in the 238-pound class
and broke the school benchpress
record of 395 pounds.


Emanuel Lee received first place in the 129-
pound class.


Local woman giving gift of life


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
Kelsey Croft Gaultney, 25,
of Lake Butler underwent
surgery to help her niece Gracie
Crawford this past Wednesday,
by donating a kidney to help the
three-year-old.
According to Gaultney, Gracie
has been on dialysis since she
was six days old. She has been
on hemodialysis and peritoneal
dialysis. Gracie has spent a great
deal of her life hospitalized and
has had countless surgeries and/
or procedures. Prior to surgery,
Gracie was using hemodialysis
and traveled to Shands UF
three days per week to undergo
dialysis for three hours at a
time.
Gracie could not beacandidate
for the National Transplant List
until she reached a weight of
22 pounds and a length of 29
inches. Gracie has been on the
waiting list since November of
2011.
Both Gaultney and Gracie
had to undergo extensive testing
to see if they were a match.
The case then had to be viewed
and approved by the transplant
committee of Shands UF. Gracie
did her testing in October while
Gaultney's was completed at
the beginning of December. The
duo found that they had been
approved for surgery a few days
before Christmas of 2011.
Gracie's mother. (sister of
Gaultney) Carrie Crawford. is
married to Daniel Crawford and
shares eight children. three of
whom have also been affected
by kidney disease.
Gracie's brother Luke. 14.
was transplanted in 2004 at the
age of 6. and sister Ashlinn. 9-
was transplanted in 2008. also at
the age of 6. Gracie's dad Daniel
was transplanted in 1998 at the
age of 22. All of their transplants
were from cadaver organs.


Kelsey Gaultney and her niece Gracle Crawford.
Gaultney will be providing a new kidney for the toddler,
who has been on dialysis since she was six days old.:


organs that are transplanted after
their owner's death.
"Both of my nieces and my
nephew were diagnosed in utero
(in the womb) during my sister's
pregnancies. Their condition is
undiagnosed and is isolated to
their family," said Gaultney.
Gaultney is married to
Weston Gaultney and shares two
children, Cole. 3, and Arabella,
who is 18 months old.
Prior to surgery, Gaultney
requested that these important
facts be shared:
March is National Kidney
Awareness Month.
More than 90,000 people are
on the waiting list for a kidney
transplant.
10 people die each day
waiting for a kidney transplant.
More than 380,000 people
depend on dialysis for survival.
Who is at risk? People with
diabetes, high blood pressure
or a family history of these
conditions or kidney disease.
Living donor facts:
(From www.
livingdonorsonline.org.)


There is "a possibility (0;1-
percent to 1.1 percent) that a
living kidney donor will develop
end stage renal disease and need
a kidney transplant.
Chance of dying from the
surgery: The generally accepted
rate of mortality risk is 0.03
percent (that's three deaths for.
every 10,000 procedures).
General hospital stay after
surgery is two to three days
with a four to six week recovery
time.
"We are walking as team
Kidney Crusaders in the Cocoa
Beach Kidney Walk on May'
1.2," said Gaultney. "Donations
can be made online at www.
kidneywalk.org You can donate
rto the team as a whole or to
individual members. Our team
goal is $1,000.,You can register
to become an organ donor at the
Department of Motor Vehicles or
online at www.donatelifeflorida..
org. Be sure to let your family
and friends be aware of your
wishes if you choose to be an.
organ donor."


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2 Campout Mtg.6:30 3 Campout Mtg. 6:30 4 5 6 Good Friday
Recycling Contest End of 3"' 9 Weeks Kindergarten Field Teacher Workday
Begins Trip to the Student Holiday
(Ends April 30') Jacksonville Zoo
9 .- : 10 11 Honor Roll 12 13
S- Honor Roll 1st- 8:15 Honor Roll 1 ,.
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16 17 FCAT Testing 18 ICAT Testing 19 ICAT Testing 20
FCAT Testing 3" & 4' grades 31 & 4". grades 3- & 4" grades American Red Cross
3'"& 41 grades I hinklink Testing Thinkl ink Testing MakeUps Presentation
K 21" grades K 2"' grades Testing MakeUps.
23 24 25 26 27 14' Grade Trip to
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30 bMay 1 Field Days 2 FieldDays 3 Field Days 4
Spring Personality & P grade 8:30 10:30 Pre-K 8:30 9:30 Kdg. 8:30 10:30 4 Grade Field Trip
Class Group Pkures 4", grade 12 00 2:00 leroic Kids 9:30-11()0 3'grade 12:00 20 to Sea World
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is available until April 6.

Bowen
chosen for
MVP Burger
The Willows Cafd presents
the softball MVP Burger of"
the Week, the Mariah Bowen
burger.
The Bowen burger is made
with bacon, lettuce, pickles,
tomato, fried shrimp, mayo,
ketchup and mustard and is
available until Friday, April 6.
Changes can be made to
toppings when ordering. The
weekly MVP burger will
be announced through the
remainder of season. The MVP
picks his or her favorite burger
toppings. Burgers will be
available on the menu for two
weeks. The player with the top-
sellihg burger at the end of the
season will win a free breakfast
or lunch each week for the
remainderrof the school year.
The Willows Cafe is located
inside of Lake Butler Hospital,
just inside the front entrance.
For more information contact
386-496-2323, ext. 230, or
www.LakeButlerHospital.com.


License free fishing

days, announced


Take advantage of the, first of
four license-free fishing days
scheduled for this summer in
Florida, according to Gov. Rick
SCott.
"Fishing is a great way
to enjoy Florida's beautiful
outdoors, great weather and a
wonderful day with family and,
friends," Scott said. "License-
free fishing days are the perfect
opportunity to discover the fun
and excitement of fishing and
Florida's great outdoors."
The days are perfect chances
for parents, who don't yet have
a license, to take youth fishing,
or for avid anglers to introduce a
friend to the recreational pursuit
without having to purchase a
license.


The Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) spread out the
opportunities this year so more
people will be able to head. for
their favorite lakes' and rivers
or saltwater destinations on
designated days. Instead of
providing one weekend for
freshwater fishing and one
weekend for saltwater fishing,
the commissioners decided at
their meeting in February to break
up the days. You won't need a
recreational fishing license on
the days listed below.
*April 7-Freshwater
June 2-Saltwater
June 9- Freshwater
Sept. I-Saltwater


I SCHOL NWS..


On Thursday, April 5, the
LBES kindergarten team will
be taking its annual trip to
the Jacksonville Zoological
Gardens. Buses will be
departing at 8:05 a.m. and
are expected to return by 4:30
p.m.
Chaperones must report to
their child's classroom in order
to receive their armbands.
Parents may wait to follow the
buses in the kindergarten field
or meet the buses in the parking
lot of the zoo. All chaperones
and students must enter the
zoo as a whole group.
All parents and guardians
that will be participating as
chaperones at the annual Third
Grade Campout this May 9-11
are required to attend one of
the two meetings scheduled. It
is only necessary to attend one
meeting. Topics will include
rules, expectations, what to
pack; what not to pack, basic
daily agendas and more.
Meetings will be held on
Monday, April 2, and Tuesday,


April 3. Both meetings will
begin at 6:30 p.m. in the
library. Again, parents only
need to attend one meeting,
not both.
Campout permission, slips
and money must be turned
in to the 'teacher by Friday,
March 30. at noon. Late
payments will not be accepted.
The cost for campout will be
$60 per person. Cash or check
accepted (made payable to
LBES). Unfortunately. the
front office cannot accept
campout payments.

High School
All juniors and seniors wish-
ing to attend prom, should not
forget that class dues must be
paid in order to attend. Prom is
Friday, March 30, at the Lake
City Golf and Country Club.
Tickets are $35. Remember,
no one older than 20 can at-
tend and any non-UCHS stu-
dent must complete a guest
form and presenra valid ID.


Kindergarten
orientation set
All registration paperworkmust
be turned in before Tuesday, May
8, for your child to participate in
the kindergarten orientation at
Lake Butler Elementary School.
The orientation will be held on
Wednesday, May 9, from 1 p.m.
to 2:30 p.m.
Your child must be -five on or
before Sept. 1, to be eligible for
kindergarten. Your child will be
registered for orientation when
the following paperwork is turned
in: an LBES registration packet,
a state certified birth certificate,
Social Security card, and Florida
shot record and physical.
SCome a few minutes early
to allow time for signing in.
From the cafeteria, your child
will go with a teacher to visit a
classroom. Parents will meet
with Principal Stacey Rimes for
important information regarding
curriculum for kindergarten and
policies and procedures of the
school.

Lions Club
health
screening set
The Lake Butler Lions Club
joins together with the Union
County Health Department and
Lake Butler Hospital at its an-
nual health screening, with glau-
coma screening sponsored across
America by friends of the Con-
gressional Glaucoma Caucus
Foundation. This will take place
at the Lake Butler Elementary
school parking lot on Saturday,
March 31. from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Dinner theatre
planned at
Sardis
Sardis Baptist Church in
Worthington Springs will pres-
ent a dinner theatre "Never Thirst
Again" on Thursday and Friday,
April 5-6, at 7 p.m. each night.
Call the church office for tickets
386-496-3865. Proceeds will go
toward the new family life build-
ing.


Easter basket
raffle set,
The Florida Council on Crime
and Delinquency Chapter V
will be giving away four Easter
baskets (two for boys and two for
girls).
You will receive one ticket for
a donation of $1 for six tickets
for a dQnation of $5.
Each basket will be stuffed with
a variety of goodies. The drawing
will be held Friday, March 30, to
allow plenty of delivery time to
the winner. For more information
or to purchase tickets please
contact any of the following:
Baker CI Sgt. Lisa Klein or
Sgt. Charles Minta, Columbia
CI Asst. Warden Willis, Annex-
Sgt. Terry Lamoreaux, Inspector
Dorothy Minta, FSP Lacey
Griffis, Gainesville CI Sherite
Thomas, Lawtey CI Major
Joseph Falk, New River CI Mary
Taylor, Cindy Brown or Officer
Julie Crews, RMC Christina
Crews or Kristina Crews, Region
Office Suzanne McRee, UCI Lt.
Tina Morgan or Angie Anders.
FCCD is a nonprofit
corporation dedicated to the
promotion of high professional
standards for criminal justice
agencies and criminal justice
personnel.

Health council
meeting
The Union County Commu-
nity Health Advisory Council
will hold its next meeting on
Tuesday, April 10, at 5:30 p.m.
at the Townsend Building. This
is an important meeting that will
include a discussion of the newly
released county health rankings,
development of a community
health improvement plan and
moving, forward to improve the
overall health of Union County
residents.
Union County has been the
county with the worst health
ranking for health outcomes for
the past two years. Come to this
meeting to provide input into
how residents can work together
to improve Union County.
Invite your neighbors, busi-
ness partners, community lead-
ers. The meeting will start at
5:30 p.m. and end no later than


7 p.m. If you have any questions,
please call 386-496-3211 and ask
for Winnie Holland, administra-
tor.

Food Pantry
Easter basket
raffle set
The Union County Food Pantry
is hosting an Easter basket raffle.
The tickets are $5 and can be
purchased during regular..hours
of operation or anywhere pantry-
members are seen selling tickets.
All proceeds benefit the pantry's
cause.
The Easter basket is a very
large basket filled with a large
bunny and goodies. The drawing
will be held on Thursday, April
5, and the winner will be notified
on April 6. Feel free to stop by
pantry to look at the basket and
to get your ticket.

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.

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

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


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B Section Thursday, March 29, 2012 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
REGIONAL W s OBITUARIES
-Ea LxNA N ws EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



.-..1 32 steers sell for more than $117K


'Fair' ladies
This year's Bradford County Fair was represented
by a court of three young ladies (I-r): Tristen
Whittemore (junior princess), Tymber Tatum (queen)
and Kara Hoilman (princess). Photo cotbrtesy of
Thornton Photography.


Holland, Waters

exhibit top 2 in poultry


Kayleigh Holland and Nata-
lie Waters exhibited, the grand
champion and reserve grand
champion poultry at the Brad-
ford County Fair.
Holland's grand champ was
a silver duckwing rooster. She
earned another blue ribbon for a
silver duckwing hen and a pair


of red ribbons for a B&B rooster
and hen.
Waters' reserve grand champ
was a guinea rooster.
Alisha Lester earned the first-
place award in the junior divi-
sion of the record book contest,
while Austin Lester and Amanda
See POULTRY, 9B


Total ring sales of 32 steers
were $117,469, with each animal
'selling for an average price of
$3,670.90 at this year's auction
at the Bradford County Fair.
Taylor Whitehead's grand
champion steer, which weighed
1,175 pounds. sold for $4,700
to Pipeline Contractors, A&M
Recovery and Teal Tile and Car-
pet.
The 1,144-pound reserve
grand champion of Grace Per-
ez sold for $4,004 to Pritchett
Trucking, Hillandale Quality
Feed and Shadd Trucking.
The average weight of each
steer in the sale was 1.21I
pounds. Each sold for an average'
ring price of $3.02 per pound.
Resale prices on bids by the
Bradford-Union Cattleman's
Association were $1.35 for
choice and select grades.
Aside from the grand cham-
pion and reserve grand champi-
on, sale participants. the weight
of the steers, the total price per
steer and the buyers were as
follows: Seth Harrison. 1.107.
$3,321, Prestige Electric. M&R
Construction; Harlee Rimes,
1,242,$3,415.50,Ward-Wiggins
Farms, Jones-Edmunds. Kelner
Engineering, Swift Creek Re-
alty; Lexi Androlevich. 1,287,
$3539.25. Strick'si Proper-
ties; Morgan Raulerson, 1,342.
$3355, Community State Bank:
Lizabeth Davis, 1.078,$7,007.
John Dukes. Mosley Tire.
Wynn's Welding. Nettles Meat.
Kelner Engineering. Jones-Ed-
munds: Clay .Whitehead. 1.142.
$3,711.50. Winn Dixie: Jencie
Hardee, 1.202. $3.006. Pipeline
Contractors. Winn Dixie: Zach-
arn Nettles. 1206. $3316-50.


Mark Strickland, Ron Denmark, Kevin Hamilton, Andrew Strickland, Robert Starling
and Taylor Whitehead with her grand champion steer. Photo courtesy of Ashley
Clark Photography.


Cassandra Wall,
Marvin Pritchett,
Jack Hazen and
Grace Perez
with her reserve
champion steer.
Photo courtesy
of Ashley Clark
Photography.


Prosperity Bank: John Tallman.
1305. $3915. Ho-Bo Trac-
tor. Ethan Box. 1325. $3.975.
Pritchett Trucking: Bradford Sr.


FFA. 1.107. $3321. Smith Fam-
ilh/Roxanne Rosier:
Kaitlin Griffis. 533.6. $1.334.
Community State ..Bank:


Kensley Hamilton. 1,175.9,
$3,821.75. Strick's Properties:

See SALE, 7B


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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012


Volunteering to give children 'a voice'
New volunteers, who underwent the required 30-hour training class, were sworn
into the local Guardian ad Litem program on Feb. 27. Pictured above are: (front,
I-r) Melinda Mongar, Kim Adams, Beverly Byerly-Page, Gaildine Nappier, (back,
I-r) Paul Crawford, program director of the Eighth Circuit Guardian ad Litem
program, circuit judge Toby Monaco and Arthur Wright, CCII. Guardian ad Litem
volunteers are court advocates for children who have been abandoned, abused
or neglected by their parents or guardians. A volunteer is assigned a case which
may have one or more children and ideally is with that child or children until a
return to parents, permanent placement with a relative or adoption. There is a
vast need for volunteers so that every child will have a voice in court. The next
training class is scheduled for April 9. If Interested, please call 904-966-6237.


Cromwell, El-
der, Griffis are
top 4-H exhibi-
tors
Lauren Cromwell, Kenedy El-
der and Kaitlin Griffis were the
best-overall exhibitors of 4-H
projects at the Bradford County
Fair.
Cromwell earned six blue rib-
bons in the junior division, with
one of her creative arts projects
receiving the best-overall award.
That project was one of two
Cromwell had that earned best-
in-area awards. The other was a
wearable art project. '
Besides those two projects,
Cromwell earned blue 'ribbons
for another creativearts project
and another wearable art project,
as well as one in decorated items
and one in tablesetting.
Cromwell also earned four red
ribbons in photography, educa-
tional posters, creative arts and
decorated items.
In the intermediate division,
Elder earned 10 blue ribbons,
including a best-in-area award
in woodworking and two best-
in-area awards in paintings and
drawings. One of her paint-
ings earned her the best-overall
award.
Elder earned an additional
blue ribbon in woodworking,
one in food and nutrition, two in
creative arts and three in photog-
raphy. She earned four red rib-


Lauren Cromwell
earned six
blue ribbons,
Including a best-
overall project In
creative arts, in
the 4-H exhibition
at the Bradford
County Fair.


bons in creative arts, wearable
art, decorated items and food
and nutrition.
Griffis earned blue ribbons
for all nine of her projects in the
senior division, including five
best-in-area awards in wearable
art, decorated items, photograph,
scrapbook and food and nutri-
tion. Her scrapbook earned the
best-overall award.
Also, Griffis earned two addi-
tional blue ribbons in decorated
items, one additional blue ribbon
in food and nutrition and one ad-
ditional blue ribbon in photogra-
phy.
There were 19 participants
besides Cromwell in the junior
division... Tara Holtzendorf-
photography (two blue ribbons),
wearable art (one red), paintings
and drawings (two red); Lexi
Ray-photography (two blue,
one red), scrapbook (one. blue,
best in area), creative arts (two
blue), wearable art (two blue),
decorated items (one red);


Angela Flournoy-photog-
raphy (one blue), decorated
items (two blue), paintings and
drawings (one blue); Ella Din-
kins-photography (two blue).
educational posters (one blue),
,woodworking (two blue, one
red), fiber arts (one blue), cre-
ative arts (three blue), wearable
art (three blue), decorated items
(one blue, two red), food and nu-
trition (one blue, one red), table-
setting (one blue, best in area);
Madison Bennett--photogra-
phy (one blue, one red), wood-
working (two blue), fiber arts
(two blue, one red, best in area).
creative arts (three blue), wear-
able art (three red), decorated
items (one- blue..two red), food
and nutrition (two blue), cake
decorating (one red). tableset-


See 4-H, 4B


Carol Dykes earned
a rosette in the home
division for her shawl.


7 adults, 2
youths earn ro-
settes in home
division
Seven adults and two youths
earned best-overall rosettes for
their entries into the home divi-
sion at the Bradford County Fair,
with adult Janet Flythe winning
two rosettes and four blue rib-
bons overall.
Flythe earned rosettes for a
chocolate-layer cake and grape
jelly. Other items of hers that
earned blue ribbons were a choc-
olate cake and plum jam. She
earned a red ribbon for jam.
Adults Debra Hirsch and
Norma Lyon each earned a ro-
sette and had three blue ribbons
overall. Hirsch and Lyon earned
rosettes for a dress and man's
sweater, respectively. Hirsch
also earned blue ribbons for a
purse that matched the rosette-
winning dress and a christening
gown. Lyon earned blue ribbons
for a woman's sweater and a ba-
by's sweater.
Carol Dykes and Susan Ked-
ing each earned a rosette and two
blue ribbons overall in the adult
division. Dykes earned a rosette
for a shawl and an additional
blue ribbon for an afghan. Ked-
ing earned a rosette for a quilt.
plus a blue ribbon for a vest.
Adults Sharon Carver and Ger-
trude Griffis each earned a rosette
as well, with Griffis'also'e rning'

See HOME, 10B


Starke Kiwanis
golf tourna-
ment, K-Kids
duck race set
for April 6
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will host its annual golf
tournament, as well as the Starke
Elementary School K-Kids duck
race, on Friday, April 6, at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
The four-man-scramble golf
tournament will begin with a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. The cost
of $50 per person includes cart,
lunch, goody bag and prizes.
Cash prizes will be awarded
to first-, second- and third-place
teams and to chipping and putting
contest winners.
Prize drawings will also be
held following lunch.
For more information, or if
you're interested in sponsoring a
hole for $100, please call Cheryl
Canova at 904-964-5382, Barry
Warren at 352-494-3326 or Steve
Denmark at 904-964-5827.
Following the golf tournament,
at 2 p.m., the Kiwanis Club of
Starke's K-Kids club at Starke
Elementary School will hold
its annual duck race. Take your


chances on a plastic duck floating-
down Alligator Creek, and you
could win cash prizes of $200 for
first place, $150 for second place
and $100 for third place.

Tickets are $2 each, or you can
purchase three for $5. They may
be purchased from any K-Kids or-
Kiwanis Club of Starke member.


Basketball
event to help
education to
be held Satur-
day
It's being billed as "0k
School vs. New School" whep
old-time greats face off against
up-and-comers in a fundraisirni
basketball game sponsored by
the Lawtey Community Edu4,
national Program on Saturday,"
March 31, at 3 p.m. in the Bradc
ford High School gymnasium.i
There will be a 3-point shool-
out, prizes and entertainment.
Admission is $4 for adults and
$2 for children 5 and under. .5
All proceeds will be used fan'
educational purposes.


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Reddish, Ames

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program, Johns spent numerous
hours in classroom and field as-,
tignments which included learn-
ing first aid, uniform regulations,'
combat water survival, marks-
manship, hand-to-hand combat;
and assorted weapons training."
They performed close order drill
and .operated as a'small infantry
unit during field training.
He and other recruits also re-
ceived instruction on the Marine


and Mitchell T. Ames

wed March 16

currently employed at Nation-
wide Insurance. The groom is
also a BHS graduate and is self-
employed. They will reside in
Starke.
A local reception will be held
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club on Saturday, March 31, at
6:30 p.m. Family and friends
are invited to enjoy the food and
dancing.


Corps' core values-honor, cour-
age and commitment-and what
the core values mean in guiding-
personal and professional con-
duct.
Johns and fellow recruits end-
ed the training phase with The
Crucible, a 54-hour, team evolu-
tion culminating in an emotional
ceremony in which recruits are
presented the Marine Corps
emblem, and addressed as "Ma-
rines" for the first time in their
careers.
He is the son of Rick and Glo-
ria Johns and is a 2010 gradu-
ate of Keystone Heights High
School.


Church min-
istry to host
sportsmen's
event March 31
in Graham
Men for Jesus of Madison
Street Baptist Church will spon-
sor a sportsmen's event Satur-
day, March 31, from 9 a.m. until
3 p.m. at Bradford Sportsmen's
Farm in Graham.
The event, which is open to
ages 10 and older, will offer
skeet shooting, sporting clays
and use of a pistol/rifle range.
(Bradford Sportsmen's Farm
membership rates will apply for
all clay rounds.) You may bring
your own firearm, but firearms
wifl be available.
You do not have to shoot to at-
tend.
Sportsman, trapper and out-
doors writer John Whitfield. who
is the founder of Crosshorn Min-
istries. will be the guest speaker.
There will be a $3 turkey shoot
and door prizes. A barbecue
lunch will be provided.
You ma sign up for this event
at Mai.ison Street Baptist Church
in Starke, or call the church w ith
an estimated number of guests at
904-964-7557.


Andrea Lauren Andrews
and Adam Keith Szabo.


Andrews-Sza-
bo to wed this
fall
Dr. Wilbur Drew Andrews Jr.
of Lake Butler and Christopher
and Robin Trum of Fort Walton
Beach announce the engagement
and approaching marriage of
their daughter. Andrea Lauren
Andrews. to Adam Keith Szabo.
The groom-elect is the son of
Craig Szabo and the late Nancy
Szabo of South Bend. Ind.. and
the son of Mike and Kathy How-
ard of Springfield. Mo.
The bride-elect is the grand-
daughter of W.D.' and Glenda
Andrews of Brooker and attend-
ed Union County High School.
She graduated last spring from
the University of Florida. with a
degree in agriculture education
and communication. She is an
agriscience instructor and FFA
adviser at Lake Asbury Junior
High in Green Cove Springs.
The groom-elect attended
Penn High School in Mishawa-
ka. Ind.. and received a scholar-
ship to Missouri State Universit\
to play football. He graduated
from MSU with a degree in orga-
nizational communication. He is
the director of commercial print
with .Raintrec Graphics in Jack-
sonville.
The couple will exchange
vows in an intimate ceremcn\
with close family and friends this
fall.

Starke Rotary
Beast .Feast is
set for April
The Rotary Club of Starke will
host its annual Beast Feast. spon-
sored by Shands Starke Regional
Medical Center. on Saturday.
April 14. at the Bradford Sports-
men's Farm in Graham at 6 p.m.
Aside from a number of deli-
cious food items, there will be
a live band, an auction and cash
prizes awarded b\ drawing ad-
mission tickets.
Ticketsware $50 each and can
be purchased from any Rotary
Club member or at the Bradford
County Telegraph.
Funds raised will help the Ro-
tary Club of Starke support local
scholarships to Santa Fe College.
local Boy Scouts. Rotary Inter-
national in its efforts in fighting
polio and other community-ser-
vice projects.
For more information, please
call Jessie Myers at 352-258-
5292 or Kevin Miller at 904-964-
6305.


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as well, as will a team composed
of Bradford High School teach-
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Admission is $5 (5 and under
are admitted free), with pro-
ceeds benefitting Santa Fe Col-


BMS Builders
Club to host
Relay-benefit
car wash this
Saturday
Bradford Middle School's
Kiwanis Builders Club will be
having a car wash this Saturday,
March 31, at Arby's of Starke
from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The car wash is in honor of
Sally Groves and will raise funds
to support the Relay for Life.

'Minute to Win
It' event to
benefit Santa
Fe College
scholarships
A Santa Fe College Bradford
Fest "Minute to Win It" event is
planned for Saturday, March 31,
at 7 p.m. in the Bradford High
School Auditorium.
It will be the "Guns" vs. the
"Hoses." or members of the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office
and Starke Police Department
against members of Starke Fire
and Rescue. Staff at Union Cor-


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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 PAGE 4B




C--t4!S!/ "7 editor@bctelegraph.com


Slight was
unintentional
Dear Editor:
In my letter to the editor pub-
lished in last week's Telegraph,
I unintentionally implied that
Gene Norman had lied concern-
mng the matter of Lawtey police
officers hiding in order to ticket
motorists.
As- I stated in the opening
paragraph of that letter, I con-
sider Gene to be a good man. I
would not have made that state-
ment if I thought he was a liar.
Furthermore, I feel that his in-
tegrity matches or exceeds that.
of anyone I know.
I regret that the implication
was .there and I apologize to
Gene, his family and anyone
else who was offended.
I am reminded that often what'
we say is not perceived in the
way we mean it and we need to,
be sensitive to others' percep-
tions and feelings.
Thanks for affording me this,
opportunity to apologize.
Emory Eunice
Lawtey


In honor
of Rueben
Thomas.
Dear Editor:
The recent death of Correc-
tional Officer Reuben Thomas
in the line of duty hasstirred the
hearts and souls of many resi-
dents of north Florida.
The situation evolving in our
correctional facilities must be
brought to the forefront of our
state legislators and citizens.
Gov. Scott has chosen the prison
system as a target for deep bud-
get cuts accomplished through
prison closures, freezes on hir-,
ing and pay raises and slashing
benefits of employees.
I have to wonder if consider-
ation was given to the environ-
ment of. institutions such as Cb-
lumbia, Florida State -Prison or-
Union Correctional Institution
where we house the most infa-
mous monsters of our society-
serial killers, violent rapists,.
torturers and mass murderers.
Gang activity and recruitment is
rampantant and violence the com-
.mon: denominator. Closing pris-
"ons statewide has been packing
these institutions with hundreds
of new inmates daily-forcing
adjustments among gangs and
factions housed together that in-
spire the worst types of'violence.
The statistics clearly indicate a
marked increase of incidents at
all our maximum-security facili-
ties.
Meanwhile, the hiring freeze
has not allowed for the neces-
sary staff increases to handle
the madness. Many of our most
experienced officers are leaving
as incentives dwindle and a clear
message is sent telling them they
are "not worthy" of our honor.
Today is surely a time where
we desperately need true heroes.
Why do we rot honor and sup-
port these men and women who
put-their lives on the line every
hour of every day. to protect us
from the "worst of the worst"
in our society? These are the
forgotten heroes of our commu-'
nities and we cannot afford to


squander their lives.
I offer this in honor of Reuben
Thomas, corrections officer and
hero.
R.A. Murphy"
Raiford


Disagreeing
with McDavid
Dear Editor:
I feel compelled to write to
you in response to Mr. McDa-
vid's letter, which was published
on March 22. In his latest letter,
which lashes out at yet another
area of the county's financial
management, Mr. McDavid de-
cided to point out several areas
of the county's contract with our
emergency services employees
as more examples of what he de-
scribes as being not "financially
responsible."
Specifically, he points out
that full-time employees of the
department are provided a small
monthly incentive for obtaining
and maintaining state firefighter
certifications. The very nature of
providing emergency services to
citizens is ah ever-changing and
challenging field. Occasionally
knowledge beyond what is com-
monly taught in emergency med-
ical technician and paramedic
classes is required to get the job
done safely and efficiently.
In negotiating our contract
with' the county last year, the
county's management recog-
nized this fact and agreed that
if employees choose to gain
education in firefighting on their
own (and the general rescue tac-
tics that come with it), it's fair to
provide a small amount of com-
pensation for that training.
Keep .in mind that a Bradford
County paramedic who is also
certified as a firefighter is still
compensated less than a full-
tinme firefighter/paramedic in
other departments in the state
with comparable call volume.
Also, please note that the av-
trage affnnual compensation of
Bradford, County paramedics
who are assigned to normal op-
erations is closer to $38,000, not
$59,000 as stated in his letter.
I'm not really sure where that
number came from.
Additionally, Mr. McDavid
points out another area of our
contract that deals with normal
station amenities. Since every-
thing on the amenity list was
already in place in every station
long before this current contract,
I'm not sure how this would be
a financial concern of his and
seems to just be something that
aggravates him personally.
Regardless, employees are
required to work 24-hour shifts,
as is customary in our field.
Naturally, we need somewhere
to sleep at night (if'there are


no calls) and our stations also
need to have places for us to eat,
shower, cook and sit between
calls. Again, all of those things
were already provided before
the county and the union agreed
on the current contract, and the
language that was included for
this section is relatively stan-
dard language that exists in most
other contracts in the state. If he
doesn't know what other con-
tract to look at that provides for
television, .then he obviously
hasn't been looking very hard. A
large fire department that is very
nearby has a contract with their
firefighters' union, which speci-
fies the channels that they will
get in their stations. Not exactly
a sticking point for them, either.
Above all else, in picking
through our very reasonable
contract, I think that Mr. Mc-
David comes across as nothing
more than a bitter ex-firefighter
who's upset that our union en-
joys a closer partnership with
both the county government
and the community than he has
ever personally enjoyed. That's
something that took a little while
to happen and we're very proud
of our work, both in our profes-
sional services and also in our
charitable services, which we
aim to provide.
While Mr. McDavid's con-
stant letters may provide him
some coffee-house celebrity, the
fact is that when the time comes
to renegotiate the terms of our
contract with the county. I'm
confident that both IAFF Local
4315 and the Bradford Count\
administration will come to yet
,another agreement that keeps the
county and the department's in-
terests equally in mind.
Let's also consider for a mo-
ment our source here. While Mr.
McDavid may conduct his small
searches into the county's finan-
cial practices, an equally small
and quick search on the Internet
for his background brings up
quite a questionable past. Spe-
cifically, the reason why he is
now a "consultant" for fire de-
partments (I'd be curious as to
which ones), and no longer an
active public servant.
The title of Mr. McDavid's
recent letter is "The definition
of insanity." He then goes on
to provide one.such definition
as being "doing the same things
over and over and expecting dif-
ferent results." But, after seeing
several of his letters in this pa-
per recently that all seem to be
attempting to blow a whistle on
an imagined problem, I wonder
whether he is actually just de-
scribing his own practices?
Josh Babitz
secretary, IAFF Local 4315
Bradford County
EMS Association


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THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


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Ann Andrews
HIGH SPRINGS-Ann Moore
Andrews, 78, of High Springs and
formerly of Wildwood passed away
Sunday, March 25. 2012. at North
Florida Rehab and Specialty Care in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Andrews was born on Sept.
28, 1933, in Lawtey to the late
Fred and Mary Moore. She was a
homemaker. She was a member of
the* Florida Cattleman's Associa-
tion and the First Baptist Church of
Wildwood and Starke. .
%rAnn was an avid sports fan enjoy-
in: the Gators, the New York Yan-
kees and the Atlanta Braves.
1'.Survivors are: daughter, Debbie
Andrews of Gainesville; sons, Andy
(Tina) Andrews of Wildwood and
Rady (Rainey) Andrews of High
Springs; grandchildren, Andy An-
drT,ws and Ashley Andrews, both of
Wildwood, and Clayton Andrews
of;High Springs; siblings, Ernestine
Thomas of Live Oak, Barbara Casey
of Starke, Fred Moore of Home-
stpad, Gayle Todor of Holly Hill,
Jimmy Moore of White Springs,
Cl ick Moore of Copper City, Re-
eij Houseman of Jacksonville and
1akey Moore of Lawtey; numer-
oi, nieces and nephews; husband.
.Scb Andrews.
She family will receive friends at
tliJones-Gallagher Funeral Home
ir tarke on Wednesday, March 2"8,
fimi 6-8 p.m.
|uneral services will be held on
T irsday, March 29, at 2 p.m. in the
Fi st Baptist Church in Starke with
Brother Ben Bryant officiating. In-
te pent will follow in Crosby Lake
Cpmdetery.'
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to First Baptist Church
of Starke, P.O. Box 1258, Starke, FL
32091, or the First Baptist Church
of Wildwood, 402 Oxford St., Wild-
wood, FL 34785. Arrangements are
by Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke. Online condolences may
be left at www.jonesgallagherfh.
cbn.


Mikki Elaine Ashley
Mikki Ashley
I kEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mikki
-Lrne Ashey, 58, departed this
world to be with God on March 21,
1012, at 1 p.m. at Haven Hospice
(Center in Palatka.
-;Mikki was bom in Fayetteville.
INC., on April 29, 1953. Mikki is
su. i' ed by: her mother, Geraldine
1 0g; husband, Scott Engel; two
children, April (Kenny) Covert and
Greg Kennedy; 10 grandchildren,
three sisters and two brothers.
Nlikki had several careers in her
i;-


life including bartender, billing
clerk at Montgomery Ward, long-
haul truck driver, pilot car and U.S.
Marine for 16 years.
While in the Marines, she was
the first woman to be accepted as a
single mother with two children, the
first woman to parachute and was in
the first group of women to qualify
with a rifle.
Mikki loved children and was the
first- through fourth-grade Sunday
school teacher at church.
Mikki will be missed be all who
knew her.
A memorial service was held at
the Gadara Baptist Church in Key-
stone Heights on March 27. In lieu
of flowers, a donation to Gadara
Baptist Church would be appreci-
ated.
(Masters Funeral Home of Palatka
is in charge of the arrangements.)
PAID OBITUARY
Scott Belden
DAYTONA BEACH-Scott
Russell Belden, 29, of Daytona
Beach, formerly of Lake Butler,
, passed away March 20, 2012, from
injuries suffered in an automobile
accident.
Mr. Belden was bom in Gaines-
ville, but lived most of his Jife in
Lake Butler before moving to Day-
tona Beach several years ago. He
-was employed with Walmart as a
stock person.
Mr. Belden is survived by: a son,
Aiden Scott Belden; his mother.
Linda Belden of Lake Butler; sis-
ters, Allison B. (Matt) Locke of
Lake Butler and Keri Belden of
Daytona; his maternal grandmother.
Elsie Doloph; and two nephews.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, March 31, at 4 p.m. at
the Christ Central Church in Lake
Butler with the Rev. Rob Jarvis
conducting the services. Burial will
follow in Dekle Cemetery. Arrange-
ments are under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.


Elizabeth Diane Fanning

Elizabeth Fanning
STARKE-Elizabeth Diane Fan-
ning, 63, of Starke passed away on
March 23, 2012, at her home.
Mrs. Fanning was born in At-
more, Ala., and lived in Starke for
more than 20 years.
She is survived by: her husband.
J.T. Fanning of Starke; a son, Chris-
tipher (Caroline) Fowler: a stepson.
Jacob Fanning; three grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.

Julene Hibner
STARKE-Julene Juanita Teston
Hibner. 51, of Starke passed away


March 15, 2012, following an ex-
tended illness. She was born on June
8. 1960, in Jacksonville.
Mrs. Hibner is survived by: a son.
Jason O'Neal of Waycross. Ga.: her
parents, Ernest and Lillian Teston of
Lake Butler; brothers, Ernest "Da-
vid" (Karen) Teston of Chandler,
Okla.. Arthur (Brenda) Teston of
Starke. Michael (Doris) Teston of
Lake Butler and Willie "Tommy'"
Teston of Jacksonville: a sister.
Lamesa (Frank) Keeney of Pica-
yune, Miss.; three grandchildren
and several nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held
for Mrs. Hibner on Saturday. March
31, at 3 p.m. at 10645 S.W. 491" Way
in Lake Butler.
You may leave your condolences
by signing the online guest book at
www.nassaufh.com. Arrangements
are under the care of Nassau Funeral
Home of Callahan.

Sheila Howard
GRAHAM-Sheila Diane Good-
win Howard, 77, of Graham passed
away March 21. 2012. at North
Florida Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Howard was a longtime res-
ident of Gainesville who moved to
Graham in 1987.
Mrs. Howard is survived by: her
husband of 56 years, David Howard
of Graham; children. Steve (Kathy)
Howard ofNewberry, Lindy (Garry)
Crews of Gainesville. Jace Howard.
of Middleburg-and Marcus (Valer-
ie) Howard of Jacksonville: a sister.
Penny Strother of Hazelhurst. Ga.:
six grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
March 25 at her residence with fam-
ily and friends conducting the ser-
vices. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Haven Hospice.
4200 N.W. 90"' Blvd.. Gainesville.
FL 32606. Arrangements are under
the care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Carl Johns
GAINESVILLE-Carl Lamar
Johns. 77. of S.R. 231 in Gaines-
ville, passed away March 26. 2012.
at the Suwannee -Haven Hospice in
Lake City following an extended ill-
ness.
Mr. Johns was born in Bradford
County as the son of the late Carl
Johns and Thelma Redgrave Johns.
He lived most of his life in Bradford
County. Lake Butler and Gaines-
ville. He retired from Reception
Medical Center with the Department
of Corrections. He was a member of
the First United Methodist Church
in Starke and was formerly a Starke
city councilman.
Mr. Johns is survived bv: his wife.
.Rhonda Casto Johns: sons. Dale
Johns of Shreveport. La. and Ricky
Johns of Gainesville; a stepson
David Alkhafaji of High Springs:
a stepdaughter. Jinana Kissane of
Jacksonville: and seven grandchil-
dren.
The family will receive friends at
Archer Funeral Home in Lake But-
ler on Thursday. March 29. from 6-8
p.m.
Funeral services will be held Fri-
day. March 30. at 2 p.m. in the cha-
pel of Archer Funeral Home. The
DOC honor guard will present rites
following the services at the funeral
home. Burial will be held at a later
date.


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Laura Kiser
JACKSONVILLE-Laura Bates
Kiser. 78, of Jacksonville passed
away March 21. 2012.
.She was born June 9. 1933. in
Gadsden. Ala.. to the late John Wil-
lard and Cora Stella Bates. She mar-
ried Paul Franklin Kiser on June 7.
1952. Mrs. Kiser was a longtime
resident of Jacksonville and retired
as a registered nurse.
., She was preceded in death by her
husband. Paul Franklin Kiser. She
is-survived by: her daughter. Laura
Gaye (Sven) Taffs: a brother. John.
Bates; two grandchildren and sev-
efal nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on
March 24 in the chapel at Hardage-
Giddens Funeral Home of Jack-
sonville. Burial followed at Chapel
Hills Memory Gardens. Online
condolences may be left at www.
hhrdage-giddenschapelhills.com.

kelli Larkin-Brown
ROUND ROCK, Texas-Kelli
Nicole Larkin-Brown. 37. of Round
Rock, Texas, passed away March
21, 2012, in Round Rock.
z She was born in Gainesville on
Sept. 30, 1974, but resided in both
Florida and Texas. She lived in
the Union County area for part of
her life. She was a Sunday school
teacher.
Mrs. Larkin-Brown was preceded
in death by her grandfather, Louis
Lindsey.
She is survived by: her husband.
Joel Brown; her mother and stepfa-
,ier, Shirley and Mike Sears; her
theirr and stepmother James and
.eannie Larkin; siblings, Lori Black
,nd Jamie Larkin; her grandmother.
billie Jean Lindsey; and 15 nieces
and nephews.
Graveside services were held
March 26 at Sapp Cemetery in Rai-
6fbd with Scott Fisher conducting
the services. Burial followed.
Arrangements are under the care
ef Archer Funeral Home of Lake
?utler.

Embritt Lee
^ STARKE-Embritt. S. Lee, 78,
.f Starke passed away March 18,
012, at Shands Starke following an
intended illness. *
Mr. Lee was a lifelong resident
of Starke and was a graduate of RJE
yigh School. He was a background
nger for many celebrities and also
'ang in the local churches in the
Stake area. He was of the Baptist
faith. He retired from Long Sher-
noan, Inc.
: Mr. Lee is survived by: brothers,
Carl Frazier and Isaac Frazier, both
of Miami, John L. Frazier of Starke
and Sidney Frazier.
: He was preceded in death by a
bother, the Rev. George Lee, and
three sisters-in-law.
Visitation will take place on Fri-
day, March 30, at Carl D. Haile Fu-
neral Home in Starke with family
hour from 4-5 p.m. The family will
receive friends from 5-8 p.m.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, March 31, at 11 a.m. in
Ebenezer Baptist Church in Lincoln
City near Starke with the Rev. James
N. Wilcox conducting the services.
The family will meet at 10 a.m. at
the home of Marilyn Chandler. 173
Old Lawtey Road in Starke. to form
the cortege.
Arrangements are under the care
of Haile Funeral Home of Starke.

Gloria Sue May
Gloria Sue May, 69, died March
12. 2012, at her home following an
extended illness.
Mrs. May was born March 27.
11942, in Starke where she lived for
many years. She was preceded in
'death by her husband. Don May.
Survivors include: her children.
,Brenda Martin of Wichita. Kan..
'Robin Klein. Julia Laney and Dee
May. all of Hope Mills. N.C.: her
mother. Doris Moore of Starke: a
brother. Wayne Moore: sisters. Sha-
ron Calrton. Kathy Bennett. Cindy


Wheeler and Donna Elixson, all
of Starke. Teresa Martin of Myrtle
Beach, S.C.. and Ann Arflin of
Pensacola: 13 graftdchildren and 14
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held March
15 at Rockfish Church of God in
Raeford. N.C.. with the Rev. Rich-
ard Silfies and the Rev. Tim Gore
officiating.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Miller
Mary E. Miller. 89. passed away
March 27. 2012. at Hospice of
Northeast Florida.
She was born April 18. 1922, in
Pierce County. Ga., to the late John
Manual Cason and Mary Arrellia
Clark. She is the wife of the late
Lindsay Walter Miller and grand-
mother to the late Marcus Hyde.
She was also preceded in death by
seven brothers, six sisters and many
nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Miller is survived by: a
daughter. Cynthia (George) Harper
of Jacksonville: grandchildren.'
Kathryn Giard of Melrose and Le-
land Norris of Lake City; a sister.
Bertie (John) Miller of Callahan:
two great-granddaughters and one
great-great-granddaughter
Mrs. Miller was a member of
Trinity 'Baptist Church in Ke'ystone
Heights.
The family will receive friends on
Friday. March, 30. from 11:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m. at the Jones-Gallagher
Funeral -Home chapel with funeral
services beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Burial will be in Evergreen Cem-
etery in Jacksonville at 3 p.m.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights. www.jones-
gallagherfh.com.


Lori Lavine Smith


Lori Smith
STARKE-Lori Lavine Smith.
41, of Starke passed away Tuesday.
March 20, 2012. at. Shands UF.
She was born on Feb. 9. 1971.
She is survived by: her husband
of 21 years, William A. Smith; her
two sons. James Garrett Smith and
Jared Nathaniel Smith, and also An-
drew Tyler: her mother arid father.
Lois and Randy Hau; her two sisters,
Johanna G. (Thomas) Surrency and
Regina F. (Jared) Gillyard: her three
nephews, Levi and Ethan Grant and
Josiah Gillyard; three nieces.'Han-
nah Grant and Rebecca and Keera
Gillyard: and a brother-in-law. DS-
- vid C. Smith.
Her memorial service was. held
March'26 at Sampson City Church
of God with the Rev. Gene Bass and
the Rev. Joy Thornton performing
the ceremony. "Thanks 'Lori. for all
the' help and care you gave to ev-
eryone. We love you and will miss
you.
PAID OBITUARY

Colon Thompson
BROOKER-Colon C. Th6mp-
son. 78, of Brooker passed away
March 24. 2012, at E.T. York Haven
Hospice Care Center in Gainesville


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following an extended illness.
Mr. Thompson was born in
Lawtey and was raised in the Wor-
thington Springs and Dukes areas
of Union County before moving
to Brooker in 1966. He graduated
from Union County High School in
1951.
He worked in several different
fields for various employers, in-
cluding the-grounds department at
the University3of Florida and seven
years with the Alachua County
Sheriffs Office. He retired from
Reception and Medical Center in
Lake Butler. He also owned Cre-
vasse's Landscape and Nursery and
Thompson's Nursery and Garden
Center for many years. He was a
past member of the Elks Lodge and
Moose Lodge in Gainesville.
Mr. Thompson was preceded in
death by his parents. Raymond M.
"Moncey" Thompson and Ruby
Harris Thompson.
He is survived by: his wife of 59
years. Yvonne Thomson Thompson
of Brooker: children. Linda Thomp-
son. Robbie Thompson and Larry
Thompson. all of Brooker and Mike
(Diane) Thompson of Gainesville:
brothers. C.B. (Marion) Thompson
of Gainesville and Charles (Grace)
Thompson of Starke: seven grand-
children and six great-grandchil-
dren.
The family will receive friends
on Wednesday. March 28. from
6-8 p.m. at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.
Graveside services will be held
Thursday. March 29. at 11 a.m. at
Elzey Chapel Cemetery near Wor-
thington Springs with Pastor Daniel
Kendall and Pastor Isaac Brantley
conducting the services. Burial will
follow. Arrangements are under the
care of Archer Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests that donations be made to Ha-
ven Hospice E.T. York Care Center
4200 N.W. 90"h Blvd.. Gainesville.
FL 32606.

Patricia Wade
STARKE-Patricia Anne Wade.
46. of Starke passed away March
20. 2012. at Shands Hospital UF in
Gainesville after a brief illness.
She was born in Spokane. Wash..
and resided with her family in
Starke. Patricia was one of the nic-
est caring and most loving people
you could meet and was known for


her complete selflessness. always
willing to lend a hand to others.
She was considered a friend by all
who knew her and had a smile that
would light up a room. She always
had time to listen and was known as
"mom" to many.
A master sergeant with the 315th
Airlift Wing (reserves) at Charles-
ton Air Force Base, she had served
her first eight years on active duty
and then decided to continue her ca-
reer as a reservist for 12 more years.
Her entire military career was as an
air transportation specialist and she
was stationed around the globe, in-
cluding New Jersey. Germany and
Korea. She deployed with the 38th
Aerial Port Squadron. 315th AW.
to Afghanistan in support of Op-
eration Enduring Freedom in 2008.
Throughout her service to her coun-
try. she was a mentor. a teacher and
a leader.
Patricia had a real zest for life and
her family meant everything to her.
She is survived by: her loving
husband of 22 years. Brince D.
Wade of Starke: her children. Cait-
lin C. Wade and Brince W. Wade
of Starke: and her stepfather. Jack
Sombrio of Phoenix. Ariz.
Memorial services will be held
Monday. April 2. at 11 a.m. at Or-
ange Heights Baptist Church in
Hawthorne with Pastor Lonnie
Broome officiating.
Arrangements are under the care


and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Lewis Alva Wray


Lewis Wray
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Lewis
Alva Wray. 65. of Keystone Heights
passed away March 25. 2012. at his
residence.
He was born in Draper. N.C..
on Feb. 6. 1947. to the late James
Alva Wray and Emma Katherine
Herndon. Lewis worked as a con-


venience store manager for many;
years and in his spare time enjoyed'
fishing.
He is survived by: his wife of
47 years, Betty Wray; his children,,
Charlie L. Rickman of Stoneville,
N.C., Jimmy D. Rickman of Ohio,,,
Patricia A. Roper of Cleveland, Ga.,
Lydia. M. Rickman of Stoneville,
N.C., Lucy F. Chapman of Eden,.
N.C., Tony D. Rickman of'Lake,
City, Natalie J. Pirtle of Palatka,:
Tammy A. Rickman of Marion,.
Ohio, Teressa W. Sanford of Starke'
Bonnie G. Mikell of Starke, Caycei
A. Weadon of Newport News, Va;.
and Lewis Weadon of Keystone;
Heights; brothers, Lloyd Wray of
Hinesville, Ga., Larry Wray ofA
Stoneville, N.C. and Joseph and Ev-,
erette Wray of Madison, N.C.; sis-.
ters, Louise Mull of Martingsburg,,
W.Va., Linda Isley of Reidsville,
N.C., Faye Wray of California and
Cordelia "Judy'" Roberts of North
Carolina; stepmother. Alice Flippern
of Reidsville. N.C.; and numerous
grandchildren, great-grandchildren,'
nieces and nephews.

Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fur-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www,
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Whitehead,
Perez have
this year's top
steers
'Taylor Whitehead and Grace
Perez showed the grand cham-
pion and reserve grand champion
animals in this year's steer show
at the Bradford County Fair.
Whitehead and Perez each
received belt buckles as prizes.
with Whitehead also receiving
the overall performance award
sponsored by the Zedra Hamil-
ton family. Whitehead took first
in the homegrown contest, which
featured a $300 prize sponsored
by Joe Harrison and a trophy
sponsored by Jerry Whitehead.
Perez earned second place in the
homegrown contest, receiving a
$150 prize sponsored by Quality
Plumbing and a trophy spon-
sored by Dolph Reddish.
John Tallman, Ethan Box and
Nathan Boone finished first,
second and third in the weight-
gain contest. Gator II Farm Sup-
ply (Ken Muller) sponsored the
$100 first-place prize, while
Robert Whitehead and Chris and


SALE
Continued from 1B


Hollie Hodgson sponsored the
$75 and $50 second- and third-
place prizes, respectively.
Kaitlin Griff1s and Moran
Raulerson were first and second
in the senior class of the. 4-H
record book contest, while Seth
Harrison and LNxi Androlevich
were first and second in the in-
termediate class. Tara Holtzen-
dorf and Shands Howard Ill
were first and second in the ju-
nior class.
The $50 and $30 first- and
second-place prizes in each class
of the 4-H record book contest
were sponsored by Crawford's
Custom Meats.
Linsey Hanson and Clay
Whitehead earned the $50 and
$30 first- and second-place
awards, which were sponsored
by'Brenda Whitehead, in the
senior class of the FFA record
book contest. Ty Hamilton- and
Matt Whitehead earned the $50
and $30 first- and second-place
awards, which were sponsored
by Farm Credit Service, in the
junior class.
Whitehead Farms was first
in the homegrown breeder cat-
egory, whil Sal Perez finishing
second. Each earned a trophy


ford, 1,129, $3,104.75. A&M
Recovery;
Lindsey Hanson, 1545.1,
1$6 '2 75, Hillandale nualitv


Courtney Paul,
pictured with
David Dinkins,
earned first
place in the
commercial
heifer category.


Paul has top
heifer, Holtzen-
dorf wins
overall perfor-
mance
This year's breed show awards
at the Bradford County Fair in-
cluded Courtney Paul entering
the top commercial heifer, while
Tara Holtzendorf won the over-
all performance award, which
was sponsored by the Zedra
Hamilton family.
Paul received a $150 prize


See BREED, 8B


sponsored by Interstate Supply.
Herdsman awards were pre-
sented to 10 individuals. Clay
Whitehead and Taylor White-
head earned the first- and sec-
ond-place awards of $175 and
$150. which were sponsored
by Wester Steer Family Steak-
house and the Bradford County
Soil and Water Commission,
respectively. Tallman and Grace
Perez earned the $125 and $100
third- and fourth-place awards
sponsored by American Paper


Howard III. 1.350. $3,375,
Anderson' Columbia, Concept
Companies:
Seth Hendricks 1 .041


and Chemical Company and
Whitehead Famil, Cattic. re-
spectively.
I'lacing fifth through 10Ih and
earning certificates from the
Bradford- iUnion Cattleman's
Association were Devin Boone.
Nathan Boone, Griffis. Case
Emerson, Howard and Holtzen-
dr f.
Brent Blanton received the
citizenship award sponsored by
the Waters family (Donna Wa-
ters and LInn Waters Hannah).


Sullivan, Donnie Odom (Farm
Bureau Insurance). Santa Fe
Ford: Bradford Jr. FFA. 1.167.
$2.917.50. Teal Tile and Carpet:


Brent Blanton, 1,279, $3,837, Feeds; Karlie Hodgson. 1,250. $3,383.25. Liberty Trucking; and Tara Holtzendorf. 1.299.
Jones-Edmunds, Swift Creek $3,125, Rylander Farms; Kris- Brad Blanton. 1.174. $2.935. $3.897. Prestige Electric. Ed
Realty, Kelner Engineering, ti-n Hodgson, 1,326, $2,983.50, Smith Famify/Ro\anne Rosier: and Barbara Mosle\. Sandra
-APAC; Morgan Worrell, 1,295, Winn Dixie; Devin Boone. Teala Howard. 1,300, $3.575. Melson.
1$4,856.25, ROT Construction; 1,205, $3,313.75, Kite Timber M&S Fertilizer. Concept Corn- Kaillin Griffis had the lone
'Nathan Boone, 687.3, $1,890, Company; Matthew Whitehead, panies. J.B. Coxwell: Case Em- animal in the breed sale. which
Hillandale Quality Feeds; Cassie 1,215, $4,860, Jerry Whitehead, erson. 1,041. $3,643.50. Ho- sold for $1.500 to Allan Stock-
."Tomlinson, 1,116, $3,069, Con- Bobby and Ken Morgan; Shands Bo Tractor. Asher and Jessie man's Feed.
;rept Construction; Taylor Craw-

S.arns i(blue): Norma I.\on-- arn
4 earns a S, s ,- (hlue): I.lod Murphy-wood-
rafts rosettes .. \ ork (to exhibits. t1,o blue
This year's arts apd crafts di- m ribbon. folk art hlue etras
vision at the Bradford County (l GayleCraig (blue):; Dale Tenlh-rec\cled
S'Fair featured 158 blue-ribbon was one of four oddities (blue): lisa Stone-
inning projects, including rosette winners folk art (red): Diana Tierney-
a best-overall rosettes awarded .* -. in the Bradford miscellaneous (blue): and .ison
to Gayle Craig, Kaitlin Griffis, "a*-" County Fair's ('anoxa-miscellaneous itno
SCheynne Herndon and Carol as and crafts
.t '-exhibition. Her
|James. exhibition. Her See ARTS, 10B
, Craig and Griffis, competing ,decorative
in the seniorandjuniordivisions, wned the senlbarrow
respectively, earned their r are the senir ro- er. sGrouper
Ci ettes in tjh c aerai-themed 4 division award
divisionn. Craig's winning proj- ,. for strawberry-
~ect was a wheelbarrow, while themed projects. A U C
sGriffis' was a framed mirror. AE *
Craig also earned a blue rib- .. "ALL YOU CAN EAT"
_$on in the miscellaneous divi-
Ssion and three red ribbons in the- DINNERS
ilivisions of recycled oddities, (Open for Lunch. Too!)
yVreath and extras. James also earned blue rib- Barbara Searcy-oil painting
Herndon earned her rosette bons in the woodwork and (blue), acrylic painting (.blue). Shrimp or Chicken Pasta
4n youth division of black and strawberry-themed divisions, strawberry theme (blue): Gary Mon.,- $12.99
White photography with a west- while earning a white ribbon in' Granger-color photography Tues. Shrimp $13.99
.m-themed photograph, while the miscellaneous division. (blue); Diane Tierney- color
1ames earned her rosette in the Other entrants in the senior photography (blue): Ronnie Wed.- Wings $11.99
seniorr division of folk art for a division and ribbons won were: Sellers-color photography Thurs. Fish $12.99
,decorated gourd. I S
'Downtowmn Starke at trlie Ralroad Crossmi

,KH spring football team falls 2

Points shy of perfect regular season

BY CLIFF SMELLEY down for the Chiefs with 35 sec- conversion attempt,
; ReRional News/Sports Editor onds left to play to Dull them to It Droved to be the most corn- fOr llOwing


A failed two-point conversion
,prevented the Keystone Chiefs
from 'putting together a perfect
regular season, but the team fin-
ished fourth in the Eastern Con-
Zference standings of the Florida
,.Spring Youth Football League
and will compete in the first,
;round of the playoffs on Sat-
;urday, March 31, at Matanzas
,High School in Palm*Coast.
:t Keystone will take on the Port
Orange Hawks at 3 p.m. on Sat,
urday for a chance to advance to
:tthe second round of the postsea-
'on on Saturday, April 7.
In their inaugural season in the
'Florida Spring Youth Football
.^League, the Chiefs put together
:a 6-1 regular season in the East-
tern Conference of the Peewee
.,division. The OPAA Panthers,
,North Brevard Hawks and St.
7Cloud Spartans were the only
,Eastern Gonference-Peewee
teams to finish, the season with I
,undefeated records.
, Keystone played a double-
sheader on March 17, entering
;the day with a 5-0 record. The
,Chiefs first played the Trinity
.Mustangs, with Chaz Padgett
.,scoring two touchdowns in a
:13-6 win that included just the
,second touchdown given up all
'season by the defense.
That set up a showdown be-
'tween two undefeated teams-
:Keystone and the Northside
!.Colts. The teams played a score-
less first half, but the Colts
,,scored on a long pass early in the
,second half.
Nick Channell scored a touch-


within 7-6. The team opted 'to
go for two and the win, but the
Colts intercepted the pass on the


petitive day of the season for a

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Recent arrests
in Bradford,.
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties.
Al:individuals on this report are
pristimed innocent until adjudi-
cati guilty by a court.
Mfian Etienne Anderson, 32,
ofSiiiford was arrested March
20.-by Union deputies for disor-


derly intoxication.
Cameron Michael Bailey.
21. of Sanford was arrested by
Union deputies" for. disorderly
intoxication.
David Alex Barnes, 21, of
Starke was arrested March 22
by Starke police for operating
a motorcycle without a license.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released March 23.
John' Bennett Jr., 23, of Key- o
stone Heights was arrested by
Clay deputies for battery.
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battery.
Ronda Kimberly Bryant, 39,
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by Starke police for driving with
a suspended license. Bond was
set at $500 and she was released
March 20.
Mark Burts, 41, 6f Keystone
Heights was arrested March 22
by Clay deputies for burglary.
Tanner Chambless, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by Clay deputies for possession
of a controlled substance with-
out a prescription, possession of
drug paraphernalia, driving with
a suspended license and posses-
sion of marijuana.
Joel Scott Coleman, 23, of
Lawtey was arrested March 20
by Lawtey police for driving
with a suspended license. Bond
was set at $3,000 and he was re-
leased March 20.
Antonio Diaz, 32, of Raiford
was arrested March 21 by Union
deputies for smuggling contra-
band in prison.
Lekisha Goolsby Douglas, 34,
of Raiford was arrested March
22 by Union deputies for failure
to appear. ,
Anthony Julian, Dowling.
21, of Lake City was arrested
March 21 by Union deputies
for larceny, burglary, dealing in
stolen property and a probation
violation.
Shawna Rae Dreggors. 30.
was arrested March 26 by
Hampton police for DUI. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she was
'released March 26.
Joseph Malloy Edsall, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
22 by Union deputies for tres-
passing.
Quinton Maurice Epps, 26, of
Starke was arrested March 21 by
Starke police for battery. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he re-
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Stonewall Jackson Feagin,42,
of Raiford was arrested March
21 by Union deputies for lar-
ceny.
Scott Foster, 21, of Keystone
Heights was arrested by Clay
deputies for being a fugitive.
David Carl Gatlin, 34, of
Starke was arrested March 22
by Starke police for burglary,
larceny, criminal mischief with
property damage and dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set at
$51,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Shawn Michael Gibson, 28 of
Lake Butler was arrested March
21 by Union deputies for rob-
bery and battery.
Jeremy Gitzen, 20, of Starke
was arrested March 20 by Brad-
ford deputies for possession of
narcotics equipment and posses-
sion of marijuana. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Marjorie Griffis Havard, 44,
of Starke was arrested March 26
by Bradford deputies for larceny.
She was released march 26.
Craig Everett Horne, 45, of
Starke was arrested March 25
by Bradford deputies for failure
to appear. He was released on
March 27.
Tara Tennile Jacobs, 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
Union deputies for driving with
a suspended license, burglary,
larceny and dealing in stolen
property.
Manuel Jeffries, 51, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested
March 21 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
Clifton Henry Johnson, 42,
of Lake Butler was arrested by
Union deputies for failure to ap-
pear.


BREED
Continued from 7B

sponsored by Team Spirit of
Union County.
Taylor Whitehead earned
second place in the commercial
heifer category, receiving a $100
prize sponsored by McKinney
Limousin Farm.
Clay Whitehead and Holtzen-
dorf received first- and second-
place herdsman awards, respec-
tively, with $100 and $75 prizes
sponsored by the Kiwanis Club


Karl Brandt Lobenthal, 47, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
22 by Union deputes for a mis-
demeanor probation violation
and for trespassing.
Antonio Antwan Lott, 19,
of Plant City was arrested by
Bradford deputies for criminal
mischief with property damage.
Bond was set at $2,500 and he
remained in jail as of press time.
Brandi Canielle Martinez,
28, of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 26 by Bradford
deputies for failure to appear aind
larceny. Bond was set at $3,008
and she was released March 27.
Billy McCall, 39 of Jackson-
ville was arrested by Bradford
deputies for a misdemeanor pro-
bation violation. He remained in
jail as of press time.
Jospeh McDaniel, 44, of Law-
tey was arrested March 20 by
Union deputies for failure to ap-
pear.
Arnold Mosely, 54, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested
March 23 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear.
R'obert James Newman, 27, of
Starke was arrested March 20 by
Bradford deputies for aggravated
assault. Bond was set at $5,000
and he was released March 21.
Dalton Norman, 19, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested
March 25 by Clay deputies for
grand theft auto.
Beverly Osborne, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 21 by Clay deputies for
child abuse.
Graham Wesley Parrish, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 25 by Union deputies for
disturbing the peace.
Reginald Lee Roe, 60, of


of Starke. Taylor Whitehead
earned third place, receiving a
$50 prize sponsored by Clyatt
Well Drilling, while Paige Eaves
and Madison Bennett earned
fourth and .fifth place, respec-
tively. They received certificates
from the Bratlf'rd-Uniod Cattle-
.man's Assoeiation!-
Kaitlin Griffis and Ashley
Brewer took first and second,
respectively, in the senior class
of the 4-H record book contest,
receiving $50 and $30 awards
from sponsor New River Ranch
(Eddie and Marie Oden). Paul


Jacksonville was arrested March
20 by Starke police for burglary.
Bond was set at $10,000(and he
remained in jail as of press time.
Tiffany Rowland, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 24 for interfering with
the custody of a chiki and child
abuse without great harm.
Drema Giles Suit, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 24 by Bradford deputies
for battery and aggravated as-
sault. Bond was set at $30,000
and she was released March 24.
Landon Howard Underwood,
44, of, Hampton was arrested
March 24 for a misdemeanor
violation. He remained in jail as
of press time.
Duston J. Waters, 29, of
Gainesville was arrested March
26 by Bradford deputies for a
misdemeanor probation viola-
tion. He remained in jail as of
press time.
Mack Melvin Williams, 33, of !
Starke was arrested March 20 by
Starke police for possession of
cocaine and loitering. Bond was
set at $20,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Davario Tyshon Watkins,
19, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 21 by Union deputies for
robbery, aggravated battery and
petit theft. On March 23 he was
arrested for robbery and posses-
sion of a weapon by a convicted
felon.
Teresa Renee Wright, 42, of
..Lawtey was arrested March 23
by Bradford deputies for battery.
She was released March 24.
Bradnon Scott Wynne, 30,
of Lawtey was arrested March
23 for possession of marijuana.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
remained in jail as of press time.


and Seth Harrison were first and
second in the intermediate class,
receiving $50 and $30 awards
from sponsor Emerson Nursery
and Rental Plants. Holtzendorf
was first in the junior class, re-
ceiving a $50 award from spon-
sorKim Crawford, while Ben-
nett was second, receiving a
$30 award from sponsor Union
Power Equipment.
Clay. Whitehead earned the
first-place prize of $50-spon-
sored by Stockman Feed and
Hay-in the senior class of the
FFA record book contest, while
Kayla Freeman won the second-
place prize of $30, which was
sponsored by Randy Conner.
Caison Harvey and Bailey Riggs
were first and second, respec-
tively, in the junior class, receiv-
ing $50 and $30 awards spon-
sored by Malcom Hill.


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pregnancies. The program includes prenatal education while ,ou are pregnant; services after the
child's birth, infant care and support services for the parent and/or guardian as the baby grows and
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Williams,
Bradley show
.top rabbits
Brooklyn Williams and Ridge
Bradley had the grand champi-
on and reserve grand champion


rabbits, respectively, exhibited
at the Bradford, County Fair.
Williams' rabbit was a mini
rex doe, while Bradley's rabbit
was a Dutch doe.
Williams also earned a..blue
ribbon for a Florida white doe
and red ribbons' for a pair of







?;" f LEFT: Brooklyn
Williams won
the grand
championship
, rabbit trophy for
her mini rex doe.
RIGHT: Ridge
Bradley earned
the reserve grand
I champion prize
for his Dutch doe.


mini rex bucks.
Kenedy Elder earned the
first-place record book award
in the junior division, with Tara
Holtzendorf and Lauren Crom-
well earning second and third
place. Courtney Paul was first in
the intermediate division, with
Dezirae Tabet and McKenzie
Beck earning second and third.
Record book premiums of
$10, $7 and $4 were sponsored
by the Bradford Soil and Water
Commission.


Other rabbit exhibitors and,
ribbons earned were: Georgia
Wilson-lionhead doe (blue);
Elder-mini rex doe (blue);
Gage Howard-mixed buck
(blue); Holtzendorf-mini lop
bluck (blue), black mix buck
(blue); Trevor Holtzendorf-
dwarf doe (blue), Dutch doe
(red); Katie Caren-fuzzy lop
doe (blue). dwarf doe (blue);
Paul-mini rex doe (blue). Fl-
oirda white buck (blue), mini rex
buck (blue); -Abi Ripplinger-
Florida white doe
W (blue); Caleb Rip-
B plinger- Dutch doe
(blue); Cromwell-
Holland lop buck
(blue);
Shayna Dur-
rance-mini rex
S^ doe (blue); Tea-
gan Bradley-
Dutch buck (blue);
Lacey Dreer-
English spot buck
(blue); John David
Schenck-Dutch
doe (blue); Bryan
Schenck-mini rex
buck (red); Walker
Knight-Crawford-


mixed lop buck (red); Hannah
Nistler-mini rex buck (blue),
mini rex doe (blue); Lily Neal-
Florida white doe (blue); Lake
Harris-Dutch buck (red); Ash-
ley Harris-Dutch doe (blue);
Haley Bryan-lionhead doe
(blue);
Alexia Ray-mini lop doe
(blue), mini lop doe (blue);


Ayden Androlevich-mini rex.,
doe (blue); Gabe Tallman-
SDutch buck (blue), Dutch doe-'
(blue); Haley Sampson-fuzzy .
lop doe (blue); Cody Wray--"'.
mini rex doe (blue); Jutstyce .
Wray doe(blue); Beck- Dutch.:
buck (blue); Tabet-Dutch doe-
(blue); Kaylee Tabet-Florida
white doe (blue); and Ashley
Brewer-dwarf buck (blue).


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S..David LeBeau,







earned the grand
championship
LEFT Natalie
with guinea






ABOVE:
Kayleigh
Holland,
.... M ,a$Isted ably by
'/ David LeBeau,
*, earned the grand
championship
^r poultry trophy.
LEFT: Natalie
Waters earned
^ -the reserve
grand champion
"^ trophy in the
poultry, division
With a guinea
rooster.


POULTRY
Continued from 1B

Bertine were first and second in
the intermediate division. The
Bradford Soil and Water Com-
mission sponsored the $10 and.-
$7 award premiums.
Other exhibitors and ribbons
earned were: Cole Crosby-
mixed rooster (white); Noah
Tallman-cuckoo hen (red),
cuckoo hen (red); .Dustyn Hig-
don-old English game wheaton
rooster (red); Zeb Raulerson-
sex-link hen (blue); Debra'
Patterson-English bantam
rooster (white); Kar)y Rauler-
son-sex-link hen (blue); Blake
Tetstone-seabright hen (red),
seabright rooster (red); 'Danny
Patterson-- ameraucaria rooster
(white); Lillie Combs-mixed
rooster (white); Lake Harris-
white frizzle hen (red);
Alisha Lester-blue bantam
cochin hen (white); Ashlie Har-
ris-wheaton ameraucana hen
(red); Dalton Russell-black
Dutch bantam rooster (blue),
black Dutch bantam rooster
(blue), cream Dutch bantam hen
(blue) cream Dutch hen (blue),
blue/light brownbantam rooster
(blue), brown Dutch bantam
hen (blue), brown Dutch ban-
tam hen (blue), black bantam



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rooster (blue), black bantam hen
(blue), black bantam hen (blue),
blue Dutch bantam hen (blue),
.blue Dutch bantam rooster (red),
cream Dutch bantam hen (blue),


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cream Dutch bantam rooster
(red), cream Dutch bantam
rooster (blue); Cassie Tomlin-
son-Japanese bantam rooster
(white); Naomi Atwood-sil-
ver seabright hen (red), silver
seabright rooster (red);
Krista Atwood-chukar par-
tridge (blue); Sharon Holland--
spangled hen (blue), spangled
rooster (blue), black cochin
bantam hen (red), black cochin
bantam rooster (red): David
Lebeau-old English bantam
wheaton hen (blue), old English
bantam wheaton rooster (red):
Austin Lester-black Minorca
hen (blue); Kayla Moss-black
Minorca rooster (blue): Ber-
tine-Minorca rooster (blue);
Andrew Hetler-black austral-
orp rooster (blue); Brian Staier/
Madison Suggs-Ameraucana
hen (red), Ameraucana rooster
(white);
Bayley Staler-black aus-
tralorp rooster (blue): Stepha-
nie Staier/Jason Staier-black
sex-link hen (blue), black sex-
link rooster (red); Eli Rimes-
Plymouth Rock rooster (blue).
quail old English bantam hen
(blue), rooster (blue), white co-
chin hen (blue), white cochin
rooster (blue); Colten Crom-
well-Rhode Island red rooster
(blue); Brooklyn Williams-
black Dutch hen (blue), silver
band hen (blue), silver duck-
wing hen (red), silver duckwing
hen (red);
Brody Nettles-game hen
(white), game rooster (white);
Crystal Moody-buff orping-
ton rooster (red); Caleb Rip-
plinger- Plymouth Rock barred
hen (blue); Abi Ripplinger-
Ameraucana hen (blue): Taylor
Tyson-partridge hen (blue):
Falyn Rimes-black orpington
drooster (blue), black orping-
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gins-barred rock hen (blue),
barred rock hen (blue), blue or-
pington hen (blue). blue orping-
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hen (blue); Lauren Cromwell-
golden-laced wyandotte hen
(blue): Trevor Holtzendorf-
barred rock hen (red): and Ka-
tie Tomlinson-- mixed rooster
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THANK YOU

I would like to take this time to personally thank all of my
family and friends who came to the Clay Electric Co-Op Annual
Meeting and gave me their support. Although I had much support I
was not successful in my bid to become the next Trustee for
District 5.
There was a lot of hard work put into this endeavor; I am so
proud of all 5. of my children, the group of Keystone Heights High
School students who volunteered their time so generously, and
worked so hard. What an amazing group of young people! My
family and friends, who gave of their time, once again thank you
all for your support. .,
I have learned many things through this process, what stood out
the most to, me are what great employees Clay Electric Co-Op has.
Their hospitality throughout all of this was incredible. In closing .
keep David M.. Hamilton in mind, there are some things you will
be hearing about me in the future.
Sincerely,
David M. Hamilton


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-three red ribbons. Carver earned
'rosette for a tote, while Griffis
earned one for jelly. Griffis also
'eOrned red ribbons for jelly,
green beans and crocheted boo-

.Camille Bryant and Audyn.
xdington, competing in the
I th division, each earned a ro-
te, with Woodington earning
tal of four blue ribbons.
3Voodington earned a rosette
Sa quilt, while also earning a
ribbon for a pillow case and
^ blue ribbons for pillows.
I earned a red ribbon for a
Ow.
aryant earned a rosette for a
pound cake and an additional


LEFT: Audyn
Woodlngton
earned a rosette
for a quilt.
Woodington won
a total of four
blue ribbons.
BELOW: Finn
Carver stands in
for his mother,
Sharon Carver,
who won a
rosette for a tote
bag.


blue ribbon for brownies. She
earned a white ribbon for a pil-
low.


Other youth and
adult participants
who earned ribbons
were: Emily Cano-
va-dress (white);
Danesha King-
hook rug (blue);
Shelby Pearson-
pound cake (blue);
Skylar Murwin- ,l,
layer cake (blue);
Savannah Tran-
tham-cake (blue):
Abby Jones-cup-
cakes' (blue); Kait- ..
lih Griffis-cookies .
(two entries, two
blue ribbons); Thel-
ma Tenly-cookies
(blue); Maudrey
Tenly-fudge (blue); Julia
Murray-chowder (red); Va-
leido Vassel--jam (white): Ella
Dinkins- miscellaneous, food
(blue);

Janelle Harris--bedspread
(blue); Dawn McKinle\ -table-
cloth (blue), afghan (blue,): Vira


LEFT: Gertrude
GriffIs earned ...
a rosette for
calamondin jelly.
BELOW: Camille
Bryant earned
a rosette for a
pound cake. She
earned two blue
ribbons in all.


Coleman-tablecloth (blue);
Annie Starling-poncho (blue),
dress (blue), hat (blue); Lillie
Riley-cap and booties (red).
dress (blue): Emily Sellers-
afghan (blue): Pat Caren-pull
chain (white), handbag (blue):
Maurice White-hat (blue):
Arlene Ross-afghan (blue).
accessories (red). dishcloth


(white); Ann Da-
vis,-quilt (blue);
Veronica Mans-
field-quilt (blue);
Martha Smith-
quilt (blue); Patri-
cia Stewart-quilts
(two entries, two
blue ribbons); Beth
Vinson- culottes,
(blue);TravisThorn-
ton-cake (red);
Bethany Jones-
pie (red): Lillian
Strickland- pickles
(blue). relish (red);
Robert Lawry-jel-
ly (blue), strawberry
syrup (red): and
Bridget Radford-
soup (white).


LEFT: Norma
Lyon earned
a rosette for a
sweater. She
won three blue
ribbons in all.
BELOW: Susan
Keding won a
rosette for a quilt
and had a total of
two blue ribbons.


LEFT: Kaitlin
Griffis earned an
arts and crafts
rosette for her
strawberry-
framed mirror.
RIGHT: Carol
James earned an
arts and crafts
rosette for a
decorative gourd.
NOT PICTURED:
Cheynne
:Hernmdonr. ,, !


ARTS
continued from 7B

exhibits, two red ribbons), ex-
tras (red).
Youth division participants,
including 79 students from
Starke Elementary School, that
earned ribbons besides Griff-
is-and Herndon were: Audyn
Woodington-acrylic painting
(white), mixed medium (red),
watercolor (white), miscella-
neous (blue), extras (white);
Andy Martinez- acrylic paint-
ing (red), pen and pencil (blue),
extras (red); Christian Reyes-
acrylic painting (red), extras
(red); Valeido Vassel-acrylic


MORE 4-H
continued from 4B

nutrition (one red).
The intermediate division in-
Cluded 12 participants other than .
Elder: DeziraeTabet-photogra--
phy (one blue), educational post-
ers (one blue), food and nutrition
(pne blue, best in area); Ashley
lHarris-clothing and textiles
(one blue, best in area), fiber arts
(one blue, best in area), food and
nutrition (two red);
' Lexi Androlevich-photog-
raphy (one blue), creative arts
(one red), decorated items (two
blTe, one red, best in area), cake
decorating (one blue, best in
area); Randa Wilkins-fiber arts
(One red), creative arts (one red);
Co.lton Cromwell-- photography
(one blue), creative arts (one
lilie, best in 'area); Ellen Red-
dish-woodworking (one red), -
creative arts (one blue, two red),
decorated items ('one blue, one
red), food and nutrition (one
rpd), paintings and drawings
(bne blue, two red);
Courtney Paul-educational
posters (one blue, best in area),
creativee arts (one red), decorated
ites (one blue, two red); McK-
enzie Beck-photography (two
blue), food and nutrition (one
red), cake decorating (one red);
Hannah Nistler- photography
(twob blue, best in area), creative
arts (one red), decorated items
(One blue), cake decorating (one
b)ie, best in area); Austin Les-
ter-photography (one blue);


painting (red), extras (red);
Steven Twiford-acrylic
painting (red),. pen and. pen-
cil (blue), watercolor (blue),
extras (red); Julia Murray-
acrylic painting (red), water-
color (blue), wreath (red); So-
nya Thornton-acrylic painting
(blue), watercolor (blue); LeAnn
Hilliard--acrylic painting (red);
Reed Thames-acrylic painting
(white), mixed medium (red),
color photography (blue), black
and white photography (blue),
woodwork (red);
Marissa Allen-acrylic paint-
ing (red), extras (red); Emily
Canova-acrylic painting (red),
miscellaneous (red); Hayden
.Knight-mixed medium (red),


Amanda Bertine-photography
(one red), food and nutrition
(one blue), cake decorating (one
blue): and Taylor Furakawa-
food and nutrition (two white).
Two cloverbuds entered proj-


pen and pencil (blue). watercol-
or (blue); Ella Dinkins-color
photography (blue). woodwork
(red), recycled oddities (red).
wreath (red), folk art (red). ex--
tras (white); Kelse\ Wendell-
color photography (blue). ani-
mal photograph% (red):
Hannah Vinson-color pho-
tography (blue). animal pho-
tography (red), black and white
photography (red). pen and pen-
cil (red), pastels and chalk (red).
strawberry theme (red): Megan
Vinson-color photography
(red), animal photography (red).
black and white photography
(red); Savannah Trantham-
color photography (blue), black
and white photography (blue):
Greer Gibson-color photog-


raphy (blue). recycled oddities
(red): Shaynah Miller-color
photograph% (blue), animal pho-
tography (blue). extras (blue):
Maudre\ Tenl\-animal pho-
tography (blue): Auliyah Cole-
man-pencil art (blue): Marvin
Davis-pencil art (blue): Derek
Pena-pencil art (blue): Aaliyah
Jones-pencil art (blue): Nicolas
Jordan- pencil art (blue): Sydnee
King-pencil art (blue): Rhett
Lazzaro-pencil art (white):
Teresa Patterson-pencil art
(two exhibits, two red ribbons);
Adam Lareau-pen and pen-
cil (blue), oil and chalks (blue):
Matthew Weir-pen and pencil
(blue): Trevor Hall-pen and
pencil (blue): Justine Bay-oil
and chalks (blue): Mackenzie
Smith-oil and chalks (blue):
Corbin Perr,--oil and chalks
(blue): Sidney Young-oil and
chalks (blue): Iva Starling-oil
and chalks (blue): Christen Br\-
ant-oil and chalks (blue). folk
art (red), miscellaneous (red):
Anthony Watson- watercolor
(blue): Delanie Gibson-water-
color (red):
Emily Acer-recycled oddities
(red): Cheyenne Hodge-folk art
(red): Alexia Ray-folk art (red).
miscellaneous'(red), extras (red):
Linda Granger-folk art (blue):
Jaely Canova-plastic canvas
(red); Matthew Weir-miscel-
laneous (blue); Emily Gibson-
miscellaneous (two exhibits, two
red ribbons);- Terry Gibson-
miscellaneous (white); B.T. Gib-
son-miscellaneous (red); and
Kyrie Cauley-extras (red).


LEFT: Janet
Flythe won a
rosette for a
chocolate cake
(pictured) and
one for grape
jelly. She had
four blue ribbons
in all. BELOW:
Debra Hirsch
earned a rosette
for a dress
and had a total
of three blue
ribbons.


Kaitlin Griffis
earned blue
ribbons for
all nine of her
projects in the
4-H senior class.
Her scrapbook
earned a best-
overall award.


ects as well to earn green rib-
bons: Karley Raulersbn (two
entries, paintings and drawings)
and Dana Stevenson (one entry
in educational posters).


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PORTUNITY All real
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newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
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preference, limitation or
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Auctions
ESTATE AUCTION AND
EQUIPMENT, Sat. March
31, 1pm. boats, trac-
tor equipment, general
merchandize, 23931 NW
CR.225A Lawtey. Term,
cash or cashier check.
For more information call
Randy Kerr, 904-591-
419 or 904-286-2617.
AB#199, AU#429.
42
Motor Vehicice
&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.
.000 F-250 CREW CAB,
p power stroke diesel.
217,000 miles, $13,500,
call 904-364-9022.
43
RV's and
Campers
R001 TRAILER CAMPER,
all appliances, furniture
is new, sleeps 8, 28 ft.
Good storage,' $8,500,
352-473-4272.
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
S& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.
9 ACRES, $2,500 down,
$37,500. R, Hobbs owner/
broker. Mid way Lake
City/Lake Butler with low
Union County taxes. 407-
-529-5964.
47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq ft.
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,500/mo. Warehouse,
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
SOffice and warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-




AIB.A.
T reeSe vice
& ~
Proert


ties and more provided.
904-364-8395
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE for lease. Close
to Bradfolid County
Courthouse. Call 352-
745-0039
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
units South HWY 301
frontage, across from the
KOA Campground and
next to Lightning Pawn
Call 352-235-1675.
48
Homes For Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOQK 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.
624 N LAKE ST., STARKE.
3/1, $69K, clean, renovat-
ed, central heat and air,
laminate floors, tenced,
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.
FOR-SALE BY OWNER.
Beautiful, 4BR/2BA, 2187
SF, Custom built 2007.
Handicap equipped In-
law suite. Hardwood and
tile in all living areas,
quartz counters, Kenmore
Elite appliances, 2 car
garage, extra insulation,
irrigation system, whole
house monitored security,
vaulted and try ceilings,
.88 acres, gas fireplace,
patio, garden tub, great
neighborhood, convenient
location. 738 S.'Parker St.
Starke, 904-964-8707,
$220,000.
HOUSE FOR SALE, Open
house. Fri. Sat. 10am.-
1pm. 1394 Randall St.
Starke. $228,000, 904-
966-2451.
HISTORIC WALNUT
STREET To rent or own.
2900 sq. ft. 4BR/2BA,
big back yard. Call 904-
887-8451. Make an offer,
willirvg to negotiate!
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
LIKE NEW 2007 16x80 3/2,
$24,630 and like new
2005 28x44 3/2, $22,675.
Both homes must be
moved. Dealer move's
and set prices available
or your pick up North
Pointe Homes Gainesville
Fl 352-872-5566.
JACOBSEN HOMES FAC-
TORY OUTLET PRICES
New 2012 3/2 Double
$39,900 and New 4/2
Double Only $49,900.
Both include Delivery-
Set-AC-Skirt and Steps.
North Pointe Gainesville
Fl Call for Pre Approval
352-872-5566.
FOR SALE 3/2 on 1 acre
owner assisted financ-
ing $'50/ mo. 904-589-
9585.


MUSTm6ELL4/2 MH 2002
on 1 acre in Middleburg.
Low down & low month.
Call 904-589-9585.
FOR SALE OR RENT, by
owner. 2BR/1BA, MH,
on ,75 acre. Corner lot,
nice big barn, walk in
cooler, partly furnished.
Call 352-478-8067 or
352-235-7789, for more
'information.
FREE DELIVERY & SET-
UP NEW 3BR/2BA.
DOUBLE-WIDE. Only
$265/mo. Call 904-783-
4619.
PALM HARBOR, 4BR/2BA,
2012 model, only $450/
mo. Call 904-783-4619.
DOLLAR AND DEED can
get you a 2012 4BR/2BA
for only $360/mo. Call
904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED,
all warranties apply,
3B/2BA will move for free.
Only $39,900. 904-783-
4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4BR/2BA. Will move for
free. Only $46,900, call
904-783-4619.
DWMH .NEAR HAMPTON
LAKE, 3BR. large 2 full
baths. Large kitchen, 2
living rooms, dining room,
large pantry, excellent
appliances, on 2 acres,
Large barn can be used
as garage. Reasonable
price. Call 845-750-0767
of 352-468-3552 for an
appointment.
USED 14x52SINGLE WIDE,
2BR/1BA, del, set, steps,
skirt, Qnly $13,9M0. Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
USED DOUBLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA, 'wood kitchen
floors, new carpet, remod-
eled, must see. $30,000,
del, set, steps, skirt. Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
28x64, 2x6 ex. walls, 2x4 int.
walls,5" drown molding,
set up, del. steps, skirt,
A/C, was $60,000 now
$55,000, w/furniture. Call
Ken 386-754-0198.
NEW DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/
2BA. Set up, delivery,
steps, skirt, A/C. Was
$45,000 now $40,000,
w/furniture. Call Ken 386-
754-0198.
NEW 2011 3BR/2BA,
built for elderly couple.
Reduced 10K for quick
sale. Call Mike 386-754-
0127.
LIMITED TIME select mod-
els, $1,000 over invoice
furniture included. 4 lot
models must go. Call Mike
386-754-0127.
50
For Rent.
2BR/1 BA APT. $400/mo. no
deposit, month to month.
Credit check/reference.
Call Joan,904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
NICE MOBILE HOMES/
HOMES FOR RENT.
Lakefrohti Deposit re-,
quaettCall 678-438-6828.
or 678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $625
per month. Hiddeq Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
711. Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3,
& 4 BR. HC and non-HC
accessible apartments.
Laundry facility and play-
ground. Water, sewer, and
garbage provided. "This


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KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENTS
Ta/'o a I o nk t Nu, Now!u


Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One siorn only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convemeni laundry facilities
418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
(Next to the Golf Course)
H.ndicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682 I
Handicapped CO 1AL HOUSING
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNITn
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer." Call 386-496-
3141.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month, Call
904-964-4303 for more.
information.
2BR/1BA HOUSElst &sec.
deposit, $575. Lake Ge-
neva area. Also, studio
apt. $400/mo. $400 de-
posit. Call 1-954-270-
2919.
RENTALS IN KEYSTONE,
2&3BR/1BA. Convenient-
ly located near shopping.
Some are lake front with
free lawn maintenance.
Rents are from $475 up
to $650 plus deposit. Call
352-450-8518 or 352-
226-6226.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-364-6942,
,HOUSE KEYSTONE
close to schools. 3BR/
1.5BA. Completely re-
modeled, with carpet,
appliances,cabirets. Must
see, call Trevor Waters
Realtor, 352-24,-t7776.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a ga-
rage, nice neighborhood,
1015. West Pratt St. $725
per month & Deposit.
Apply at 904-545-6096,
to apply.
'REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE ON PRIVATE
LAND, fully furnished.
Includes TV, $275 with
senior discount. Ideal for
one person, Keystone
Heights, 352-473-5745.
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,,
paved driveway, sits on
full acre lot, great yard for
children, fruit trees, close
to everything! $1,100/
mo.,(negotiable) first, last
and $350 security Ser-
vice animals only. Please
leave message at 352-
494-7987.
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME,
CH/A, dishwasher, wash-
er/dryer, new carpet, yard
maintenance, included.
$675/mo, First. last, de-
posit. Service animals
only, Call 352-473-0464
MELROSE 3BR/2BA, MO-
BILE HOME, very clean,
on acre lot, CH/A, electric
kitchen, W/D hookup.
$650/mo. plus deposit.
Call 904-707-6251.
HOUSE, country living, .5
miles Starke 2B/2BA,
LR, DR, kitchen, utility
room, 2 car carport, CH/
A. $650/mo., first and
last month rent. Service
anirhals only. Call 904-
964-6718.
DOWNTOWN APART-
MENTS, over Chrissy's
Restaurant. 2BR/1BA,.
carpet, CH/A. $400/mo.,
no deposit. Must have
approved credit and ref-


Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199 '
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playgrouLnd, private and
quiet (.trvospherc. Located
on Sz-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDDITTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


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4303 appointment,
KEYSTONE, 641 EAST ST.
3BR/2BA SWMH. Dis-
count for retired, military,
SSI/state retired, 1 pet
allow, $20 nonrefundable
records check, $450/mo.
$450 deposit, $100 pet
deposit. 727-544-5054 or
352-235-7554.
3BD/2.5BA 1,600 Sq. ft.
Townhomes. Beautiful
stainless steel appliances,
stackable w/d and cable
included. $575 Move-In
special available. Contact
James (813)387-4733.
2BR/2BA SWMH on Griffis
Loop. CH/A, freshly paint-
ed, service animals only.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA DWMH on CR.
221. Deck, dishwasher,
CH/A, service animals
only. $650/mo. pluA
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,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1BA, SWMH,on wooded
lot. $400/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA. CH/A. $450/
mo. plus deposit. Call
352-235-6319.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke, free utilities,
Direct TV, $110 per week.
Call Wayne, 352-258-
3039.
CUTE HOUSE FOR
RENT,3BR/2BA in Starke,
1206 Bradford St. $625/
mo. Call 386-793-4446.
53
52
Animals and
Pets
COLLIE PUPPIES for sale.
8 weeks old, 4 females,
2 males. $50 each, call
904-964-2244.
FREE TO GOOD HOME, tri-
color male Basset Hound,
Goes by the name of
Duke. Need to find a good
home, will be traveling
and can't take with us. If
you are interested, please
call Angia 352-278-0163.
53A
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE, Sat.
8am.-? 1619 Raiford Rd,
Starke. Many families.
lots of item. Proceeds will
go to Finding A Cure for


Diabetes.Support local
bicyclist in raising money
for a cure for diabetes.
SAT. 9am.-3pm. 1035 South
Gate Dr. Starke, off Col-
ley Rd.
1ST TIME MULI-FAMILY
yard sale, Sat. 8am.-2pm.
609 W. Call St.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE, Fri.
Sat. 8am.-4pm. 1394 &
1396 Randall St. Starke.
A pliances, bedroom
suite, curio cabinet, tools,
too much to name. 904-
966-2451.
HUGE GARAGE SALE, Fri.
8am,-? 11261 NW. CR.
225 (Bayless Hwy.) Lots
of good stuff, kitchen,
sheets, lamps, etc. Fol-
low signs.
ESTATE SALE, FRI. SAT.
8am.-,1., r.. 305 Clark,St.
behind First Baptist
.Church Starke.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE,
Fri. 8am.-dark. 1218 Wil-
son Rd. (off Colley Rd.)
All must go. 10K gold
anklet $100.
STARKE, Sat. 8am,-? 1372
Blanding St.
STARKE, FRI. SAT. 9am.-
4pm. 14096 SE. CR.
100A, Griffis Loop, 100A
over 2nd RR. tracks.
Dog pen, $175, dining
room table, $20,clothes,
girls, women, mens, ski
rope,cheap.
STARKE, Fri. Sat. Sun
8am.-? 13949 CR. 100A.
Griffis Loop.
STARKE, Fr. Sat. 8am.-
2pm. 12166 NW CR. 225
(Bayless Hwy.) Clothes,
furniture, household
items, & more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
SAT. SUN. 8am.-3pm. 7609
Oak Forest Rd. Keystone.
one road past Silver
Sands on CR .214. Every-
thing but the kitchen sink.
Just follow the signs.
FRI. SAT. 8am.-3pm., can-
celed if raining. 7225
Pleasant Point Rd. off
Imokkalee Rd. Household
items, appliances, misc.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, rqn-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
INVACARE ELECTRIC
HOSPITAL BED "for
sale. Call 352-468-2877.
$200.


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SEARS BAND SAW, all
kinds of saws. Call 964-
7527, after 5pm, or see
at 1116 W. Pratt St.
KILL ROACHES? Buy
Harris Famous Roach
tablets. Eliminate bugs
guaranteed. Available
at all Bryan's Ace Hard-
ware.
FREE, BATTEN FAMILY,
reunion photos taken prior
to 1991. Reunion was
held annually in Starke in
October, taken by Thelma
Batten Yarbrough. I don't
know these people so
I offer them to whoever
might want them or I can
trash them. If interested
call Frances at 478-745-
4415 (GA).
KENMORE, side by side
w/automatic ice maker,
$300, GE. electric stove,
$100, cabinet sewing
machine, $75, and misc.
352-473-4809.

59,
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-'
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,.
excavation and small
.demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, move
sheds and light equip-
ment. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
ing and hedging. Great
prices! Call Johnathan
904-964-4407.
DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062
LOSE WEIGHT!.GAIN EN-
ERGY. Herbalife shakes,
see video, Dale Arndt, da-
learndt.greatshapetoday.
com, or 888-206-2983.
YARD WORK- MOWING,
$25/0P, debris & trash
clean-up and removal,
roof and gutter clean up.
Low rates, licensed &'
insured. Free estimate.


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Call Nita at
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BHS track,
field teams get
3 Wins at Oak
Hall meet

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
KaShondra McCallum and Ti-
ana Sheffield each won an event
and had a second-place finish for
Bradford, while Keaaris Ardley,
Kenny Dinkins, Diontre Jonas
aqd Andy Merrill combined for
six top-two finishes at the Oak
Hall Invitational on March 21 in
Gainesville.


Sheffield had three top-three
finishes overall for the girls'
team. She wonf the 100m hurdles
with a time of 17.02 and was
third in the 300m hurdles with
a time of 53.12. Sheffield was
runner-up in the triple jump with
a distance of 33.11.5".
McCallum won the shot put
with a distance of 30'10" and
placed second in the discus with
a throw of 89'3".
Sarah Frederick and Luciera
Hamm earned a pair of top-
10 finishes for Bradford, with
Frederick placing sixth in the
1600m with a time of 5:56.99.
and Hamm placing eighth in the
100m with a time of 13.84. Fred-


erick just missed another top-10
finish in the 400m, placing 11'
with a time of 2:49.85.
Hamm and Juanita Carter,
competed in the 200m, posting
times of 30.46 and 34.24, re-
spectively, while Autumn Rod-"
gers had a time of 2:57.62 in the
400m. Kristen Hill had, a dis-
tance of 22'9" in the shot put.
Jonas and Merrill each had a
win for the boys' team. Jonas
won the 100m with a time pf
11.11, while Merrill won the
1600m with a time of 4:43.68.
Jonas was also runner-up in the
200m with a time of 22.19.
Ardley was runner-up in the
long jump with a distance of


20'4.5", while Dinkins was sec-
ond in the triple jump with a
distance of 42'3.5". Dinkins was
also second in the 400m with a
time of 50.28.
Thomas Hales earned third
place in the 3200m with a time
of 11:02.31, while two relay
teams also earned third-place
finishes. The 4xl00m team of
Jonas, Cody Hill, Phillip James
and Rashad Lane had a time of
43.42, while the 4x800m team
of Merrill, Davontre Edmonds,
John Gillenwaters and Aus-
tin Whitehead. had a time of
8:51.53.
Other top-10 finishes for the
boys' team were: discutis-Ca-


leb Blankenship 104'10", fifth;
1600m-Gillenwaters 4:56.35,
sixth; 300m hurdles-Jacob
Henderson 45.81, seventh; \ 10m
hurdles-Ardley 18.7, eighth;
shot put-Blankenship 36'8",
eighth; 100m-James 11.43,
ninth; and long jump-James
19'7", ninth.

The rest of the boys' team re-
sults were: 200m-Lane 23.91;
400m-DaQuan Blount 54.69;
800m-Edmonds 2:21.15
Whitehead 2:24.42; long jump-
Hill 17'6.25"; triple jump-
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BHS bats quiet
in losses to
Baker Co.,
Suwannee

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


After winning two straight, the,
Bradford baseball team totaled
five hits in two straight shutout
losses.
The Tornadoes (4-9 prior to
March 27) had two hits in a 4-0
loss to Baker County o f'March
22 in Glen St. Mary. Pitcher Ken-'
dall Norman (0-2) gave up four
earned runs on five hits and three
walks. He had four strikeouts.
Priob..to the Baker County
-game, Bradford hosted Suwan-
nee on March 20, losing 2-0.
Dylan Manning was 2-for-3 with
two.doubles, while Norman was
1-for-3 with a double. They had
the Tornadoes' only hits.
Pitcher Wyatt Collins (2-3)
earned the loss, giving up two
runs on two hits and one walk
through three innings. He had;
three strikeouts.
Norman and Tyler Yowell
combined to give up two hits and:
two walks in relief.
Bradford played District 5-4A
opponent Fort White this past
Tuesday and district opponent
Interlachen on Wednesday. The
Tornadoes host district opponent'
Keystone Heights on Saturday,
March 31, at 6 p.m. Bradford then.
travels to Green Cove Springs on
Tuesday, April 3, to play Clay at
6 p.m. before traveling to Orange
Park on Wednesday, April 4, to
play Ridgeview at 3'p.m.

Errors hurt
Indians in 8-5
district loss

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights base-
ball team couldn't ride the mo-
mentum of a four-run first in-
ning, losing 8-5 to District 5-4A
opponent Fort White on March
20 in Keystone.
Nine errors hurt the Indians (4-
8), who fell to 2-4 in the district.
Three errors and a wild pitch al-
lowed Fort White to score four in
the seconid,'%Tfile'an error and a
passed ball allowed two runs to
score in the third.
Keystone had just three hits,
but took advantage of two walks,
an error and a three-run home run
by Daniel Williams to go up 4-0
in the bottom of the first.
Williams (1-2) earned the loss
on the mound, giving up six un-
earned runs on one hit and two
walks over 2.1 innings. He had
four strikeouts.
In relief, Adam Bryan gave up
one earned run and one unearned
run on five hits and one walk. He
had three strikeouts'.
Keystone, which played at
Clay on Wednesday, March 28,
will host Crescent City on Friday,
March 30, at 7 p.m. The Indians
then travel to Starke on Saturday,
March 31, to play a previously
postponed game against district
opponent Bradford at 6 p.m.
On Monday, April 2, Keystone
hosts Palatka at 7 p.m.



CHIEFS
Continued from 7B
Chiefs team that shut out its first
three opponents. *
The team opened the season'
with a 12-0 win over Oceanwa\.
The defense did not yield a first
down, while Channell scored
both touchdowns.
A doubleheader the following
week resulted in a 26-0 win over
Flagler and a 26-0 win over Or-
mond Beach.
Nathaniel Davis had two inter-
ceptions against Flagler, return-
ing one for a score, while Padgett
had his first touchdown pass.
Davis had another pick in the
win o\ er Ormond Beach. while
Brnson Channell had t\u. The
defense allowed no first do\ ns.
Padgett had a touchdown n pass
to D.J. l)a\ enport.
Bradlord became the first
team to score on Kestoune. bul
the Chiefs \\on 18-6 to impro e
to 4-0. Nick Channell had two\
touchdown runs. while l)a\ is
had one, Padgctt had two inter-
ceptions on defense.
Prior to the doubleheader


against 'Trinit\ and Northside.
the Chiels defeated hast lake
30-0. Br\.son Channell and Nick
.Channell each had one touch-
do\\ n run. \\ while Da\ is had t\\ o


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