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LIB OF FL HISTORy 12

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UNION COUNT"X 117007
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USPS 648-200 -'LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2012 99TH YEAC -ENTS


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-Noting


Pancake
breakfast set
The Lions Club's pancake
breakfast has been rescheduled
and will be held on Saturday,
April 14, at 7:30 a.m. at Carter's
Fried Chicken in Lake Butler.
This breakfast will be served
by local Lions and political ce-
lebrities and is a fundraiser to
benefit the Lions Club's civic
service projects. Breakfast will
be $5 and includes pancakes,
sausage, juice and coffee. Any-
one wishing to donate to the Li-
ons Club can call Sue Whitehead
at 386-288-4242 or Kenneth Par-
rish at 352-317-4039.

Headstart
announces
classes
Lake Butler Headstart has
announced its new Headstart
VPK program for children three
and four years of age by Sept. 1.
This will be for six hours of daily
Headstart services or three hours
daily of VPK services (four-
year-olds can qualify for both
programs.) Headstart is from 8
a.m. to 2 p.m., VPK is from 2-
5 p.m. for the 2012-2013 school
year. For more information
contact Lake Butler Headstart
386-496-2160.
All services are free of
charge for eligible participating
families, and include educational
experiences that encourage
kindergartenreadiness,nutritional
meals, family partnering and
services for children with
disabilities. Space is limited.

Babe Ruth
board meets
The Union County Babe Ruth
board meeting will be held on
Tuesday,April 17, at 6 p.m. at the
OJ. Phillips Complex concession
stand.

Book sale set
The Union County Friends of
the Library will hold a giant book
sale all day on Friday and Satur-
day, April 20-21, at the library.

Lodge meets
Lake Butler Lodge No. 52
F&AM located at 325 W. Main
St. will meet on Monday, April
16. The group will eat. at 6:30
p.m. and the meeting will be held
at 7:30 p.m.

Revival set
Sanderson Christian Revival
Center will, be having its second
Friday night sing April 13 at 7:30
p.m. Everyone is invited to come
and sing or just listen.The church
is located on S.R 229 and Sapp
Road. For more information,
call 386-431-1438.

Woman's
Club
scholarship
offered
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club is offering a scholarship
for a female resident of Union
County to attend an accredited
university or college in the state
of Florida. The scholarship will
pay $500 to the individual.
Ifyouareinterestedinapplying,
you can pick up an application
packet from Tangelia Mackey in
the guidance department at Union
County High School, 1000 S.
Lake Ave. All applications must
be submitted by May 1.


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(L-R) Ethan and Addison Graham got to visit with the Easter bunny after participating in the Egg Dash.

RIGHT: Heather Parks ; '
paints Rose Mary r_
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Egg d ash ... .

draws big ..

crowd

BY TIFFANY CLARK ,
Times Editor


The first annual egg dash was
held this past Saturday by Christ
Central of Lake Butler (CCLB) in
celebration of Easter. This dash
offered several activities and
ended with the hosts very pleased
by its turnout.
A registration both was set up at the
entrance of the dash. Plastic bags were
given out for the egg hunt, along with
tickets for hot dogs for each/ attendee.
Balloons were also available as the
children entered. The event had free food,
games and prizes.
There were 6,000 eggs to be found but
there were far more events to participate in
first. A large stage was set up and people
with many different talents performed for
the crowd. Several tents were set up with
an activity at each. There were balloon
makers, shaping balloons into dogs,
cats, flowers, killer whales, butterflies,
monkeys, snakes, tigers,. mermaids,
helicopters, teddy bears and more. One
child carried around a very interesting


balloon of Wilma from the Flintstones.
Face paintings were available with
designs for girls and boys. Heather Parks
was one of the face artists. Parks made
several children smile with her artistic
abilities.
Kristie Ward with Amazing Acres was
present for the event with some of her
farm's animal for the children to pet. Ward
took a break from her flock long enough
to assist Parks as she painted Rose Mary
Davison's face with bright colors. Other
events available included musical chairs,
fishing (over a decorated board for prizes),
soft darts, a huge princess and Superman
bounce house, smaller bounce houses for
the little tikes, a large blow-up Jaguar
obstacle course and more.
Union County Emergency, Medical


Services, Union County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Jason Lepanto and the Union
County Fire Department were also present
to show the' children their equipment
and vehicles. Lake Butler Reception
and Medical Center's (RMC) K-9 unit
was also present. Sgt. Bobby Adams and
Officer Audie Shuler attended, with dogs
Junior and Trouble. Although the crowd
enjoyed seeing the dogs, their purpose was
to provide a law enforcement presence as
a deterrent for any dangerous activity..
The eggs were placed in large color-
coded roped off areas for children based
on age groups. All of the eggs were plastic
and were not filled with goodies. This
made the search fair for even the slowest


See EGG page 2A


S A r .
There were many people involved in making the Egg Dash a success, including (back row, I-r) Brent Allen,
Skip LeCain, Lindsey Hughes, Mark Hughes, Jason LePanto and Audie Shuler with his K-9, Trouble. (Front
row, I-r) Gatlin Burton, Krystal Burton, Lisa Page, Adam Page and Sgt. Bobby Adams with his K-9, Junior.


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor


A final decision was made this
past Monday at the Lake Butler
City Commission meeting on
an ongoing idea to reward the
citizens of Lake Butler who pay
their water utility bill on time.
A decision to lower the cost
of reconnection fees from $25
to $12.50 on late payments is
what gave the city this idea. The
city commission discussed in an
earlier meeting that if a reduction
in cost were to be made to assist
utility customers who could not
pay their bills on time, it would
only be fair to do something
for the ones that have paid on
schedule.
After careful consideration of
the budget and other factors, City
Manager Dave Mecusker found
that if a rebate were given to the
individuals who had paid their
bill on time for a consecutive
six months, there would be
526 people who qualified. The
See REBATE, 2A


Strawberry

Run new

at fest

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Before you spend the day lei-
surely browsing the booths and
indulging in all of the Strawberry
Festival's good food, why not
start the day with a competitive
run and help raise money for a
good cause?
The Strawberry 5K Run is a
new event at this year's Straw-
berry Festival-the 141h festival
since the founding of the down-
town Starke event. It is being or-
ganized with the help of Coach
John Loper, and the money it
raises will support the track and
cross country programs at Brad-
ford Middle School and Bradford
High School.
The run will actually be three
runs divided by age group. Kids
up to 10 years old can partici-

See FEST, 2A


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


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Child, 7,


arrested

Charged with
aggravated
battery
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor

Union County deputies April
8 arrested a 7-year-old after the
boy threatened other family
members with a steak knife.
According to a sheriff's of-
fice report, two deputies were
dispatched to a home on South-
west 8* Avenue just before 6
p.m. There, the child's mother
told them that the 7-year-old had
gotten into a dispute with his 14-
year-old half brother. She said
that during the altercation, he ran
into the house then came back
out wielding the blade. After
the boy's father disarmed him,
he went back into the house and
obtained another knife.
According to witnesses, the
7-year-.old, 14-year-old, and
the younger boy's father, 37-
year-old Ivan Dale Alexander,

See ARREST, 2A


City votes

in utility

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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2012



Wilson Rivers Library to be dedicated April 17


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The ribbon cutting for the
new Wilson S. Rivers Library
at the Florida Gateway College
will be held on Tuesday, April
17, at 3 p.m.
Rivers is recognized for
his contributions to the
facility, gifting 51 acres and
three residences in addition
to establishing the nursing
scholarship. Rivers also served
the college as a trustee for 28
years from 1961-1989. Rivers
passed away in 201.1 at the age
of 89. Born in Lake Butler,
Rivers was the son of Charlie F.
Rivers and Annie Rimes Rivers
and was a lifelong resident and
contributor to the county.
During those years, he was"a
volunteer fireman and member
of the city council. In his


boyhood years, Rivers would
work in his father's grist (grits)
mill and blacksftith.shop. After
graduatingas valedictorian from
Union County High School in
1940, he attended the University
of Florida, graduating with a
bachelor's degree in business
administration. World War II
ended while he was serving
in the Philippines as a first
lieutenant with the Infantry
Division. He was reassigned as
hospital administrator, first 'at
station hospital on Letey Island
and then in the same capacity
at Clark Field, Luzon, north of
Manila.
There, he met his wife,
Sophia "Sue" Warenda, a nurse
from Middletown, Conn.,
who was also serving as a
second lieutenant in the Army
Nursing Corps. After being
married in Springfield, Mass.,


they returned to his hometown
where they had the opportunity
to purchase his father's business
in 1947. They continued this
business for 40 years.
Rivers not only took pride in
his business, but appreciated
the opportunity to serve the
community.
Rivers was a member of the
Lions Club, the Rotary Club
and the Union County Riding
Clui and was a board member
of Florida Forestry.
The Wilson S. Rivers Library
and Media Center adds a
37,725 -square-foot facility to
the college that will assist many
students on their ventures to
success.
More will follow on
the history of Rivers, his
contributions, and the library
named in his honor after this
grand event.


,The Wilson family business in Lake Butler in earlier years. Submitted by Bill McGill of
the Union County Historical Museum.


UC joins nationwide Smart911 network


The Union County Sheriff's
Office/E911 Centerannounced
that it has implemented the
national safety database,
Smart911, in order to improve
911 services for area citizens.

Already being used in more
than 20 states across the
country, Smart911 will allow
citizenstocreateasafetyprofile
of vital personal information
and household data, including
household members, photos,


medications, or medical
conditions and even pets
which will be displayed to
911 call takers when a citizen
places an emergency call.

This safety profile provides
much richer information
than is currently available
on incoming calls and can
contain the specific details
that first responders need in
order to save lives.
"Having as much


information as possible during
an emergency is always a
benefit to our dispatcher and
first responders," said Sheriff
Jerry Whitehead.-

From knowing who is
living in the house, to the
medications they may be on
or even pets that may be at the
residence, public safety can
respond to emergencies much
more effectively.


Smart911 is a free service
available to all citizens and is
100 percent private and secure.
Safety profiles can be created
through the Smart911 website
at www.Smart911.com. The
Union County Sheriff's Office
has also placed a link at the
bottom right of its homepage
at www.unionsheriff.us.

Smart911 has the added
benefit of being a national
safety database, giving


citizens the ability to have their
information travel with them.
While they may create their
profile in their hometown, if
they dial 911 anywhere in the
country where the Smart911
service is active, their profile
will be available to 911
call takers. Smart911 has
experienced rapid adoption
over the last year and is now
protecting more than five
million citizens in more than
20 states.


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UC Historical
Society seek.
memorabilia
The Union County His
cal Society is seeking histo
items for its museum. Donal
can be made every Monday
9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The museum is located in th
Townsend Building.on S.R.


EGG'
Continued from 1A

of hunters and helped
children from chowing dow
candy before the end of the I
It also kept any child from ge
into an egg an insect. may
discovered first. After all
eggs were collected, the chil
simply traded them in for go
bags at a nearby table. To n
the hunt more interesting,
were also a few prize eggs i
field.
After the main event of
hunting was complete, all
events continued with an add
of music the kids could dance
The church's lead pastors,
and Adam Paige, and wo


ARREST
Continued from 1A

all took aggressive actions dur-
ing the dispute. The father, after
taking the steak knife from 'the -
younger boy, then allegedly used-
the same weapon to threaten the.
14-year-old. Deputies wrote in
a report that after the older boy
knocked the knife away from the
father, he continued to strike the
man, crossing the line from self-
defense to battery.
Deputies charged both the 7-
year-old and the father with ag-
gravated assault with a deadly
weapon. They arrested the 14-
year-old for battery.
Deputies initially detained the
37-year-old after he made ag-
gressive moves toward a law-
man. When -a deputy told the
mother that they were arresting
the father, the 7-year-old went


Subscrption Rate in Trade Area
1$39.00 per year:
$20.00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$39.00 peryear:
$20.00 six months


in Lake Butler.

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


leaders,- {Gatlin--and -Krystal
Burton, said they would like
to thank the many people who
participated in making the dash
keep a success.
n on
hunt. CCLB will be hosting another
tting event on Saturday, April 21, to
have benefit Shilah Eades' ambassador
the trip to Europe this summer.
Idren The doors will open at 5 p.m.
odie Music will begin around 5:45
make p.m. Musical guests will include
there Stephen Jones of Lake City, Hoss
n the McLeod, Still Kickin' Bluegrass
of Ocala, and CCLB's Kingdom
egg Encounter. Tickets will be $10
other each or two for $15 at the door.
lition For more information contact
ce to. 352-275-7784 or 386-590-6978.
Lisa Christ Central is located at S.E.
rshin 71t Trail off of C.R. 231 South.


into a violent rage and aggres-
sively approached one deputy
twice.
Union Sheriff's Lt. D.F. "Lyn"
Williams said that shortly 'after
the 7-year-old was fingerprinted
and booked, deputies released
himafter being advised to do so
by Florida's Department of Ju-
venile Justice. He added that he
hoped the incident would benefit
the young man in the long run.
"This family needs help," he
said. Hopefully, now that DCF
is involved, they can get the help
they need."
The two other defendants were
also later released.
A deputy wrote in a report that
family members claimed both
boys have, in the past, commit-
ted acts of domestic violence
against other family members.
The mother told a deputy that
the 7-year-old has gone after hler
with a bat, a table and other simi-


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Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


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Mellsa Noble
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REBATE
Continued from 1A

amount of $25 was decided on
as the rebate amount with the
motion to approve the amount
carrying unanimously.

The rebate will be in the form
of a credit on the utility bill of
those who qualified. If an account
holder has several accounts and
has paid each of the accounts


on time, then each individual
account will be credited. This
rebate should be on the utility
bilrfor May.
County Commissioner
Wayne Smith addressed ,the
city commission in regards to
a piece of property' the county
had purchased recently. The
property is 4.2 acres and needed
to be rezoned to build on it.
Smith said that the zoning fees
for the property totaled $23,000
and requested that the planning


FES T balls, in which you can try to tread
FE ST Iwater while inside of an inflated
Continued from 1A sphere. Plus Berrylicious, the
festival mascot, will be around
pate in the mile run. There will for pictures as will Sparky the
be two 5K runs as well, one for Fire Dog from Starke Fire-Res-
11- to 15-year-olds and one for cue and this year's Strawberry
ages 16 and up, including adults. royals, Alexandra Morneau and
The mile run costs $15 to enter, Ronda McCormick.
and the 5K runs are $20. Gold, Around 140 vendors have
silver and bronze medals will be signed up for the event, including
awarded,to a male and female new. faces and some old favorites.
winner in each age group. Of course, King's and Norman's
' Participants can go to www. will have flats of strawberries on
bradfordcountystrawberryfesti- sale, and with fresh-baked pound
val.com to register for the event cakes also on sale, festival-goers
or find out more about the Straw- can go home with all they need
berry Festival to assemble their own strawber-
The run will kick off two fulT4 ry shortcake, Whittle said. Plus
days of festival fun, including there will be plenty more' to eat
lots of kids' attractions, said Pam on site, including free barbecue
Whittle, CEO of the North Flor- samples.
ida "Regional Chamber of Corn- Arts and crafts of all kinds will
merce. New amusements like be on sale down Call Street. A
a gyro ball will join the bounce train will travel the length of the
houses, bungie jumps and bubble festival making several stops on


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and zoning fees be waived.
The city commission made a
motion, which carried 4-0. City
Commissioner Jimmy Beasley
abstained the vote, due to having
a conflict of interest.

In other news, two contracts
were renewed. One being that of
John Thomas who actively runs
the city's website. Thomas gives
reports weekly and Mecusker
said that Thomas had done a fine
job on the website's maintenance.


the way to drop people off near
the crafters, food vendors or
the amusement area, which will
be set up at the square on Wa-
ter Street. Tents with tables and
chairs will also be set up there to
eat or just take a load off and en-
joy the shade.

Organizers have lined up two
days of entertainment for the
stage, which will be located on
Thompson Street. On Saturday
at 11 a.m., young Jaelyn Jack-
son will perform followed by
Elite Cheerleading at noon. Steel
Country will take the stage at 1
p.m., followed by Bad Sod at 3
p.m. and Justin Freeman at 4:30
p.m.
On Sunday, Tara Tillotson
will perform beginning at 11


The city commission agreed
unanimously to extend Thomas'
contract for one year.

The other contract extended
was Mecusker's. The contract
was extended for one year from
Aug. 24, but the decision was
only on the contract itself, not on
salary. Any salary adjustments
would be decided on in a regular
budget hearing. The decision
to extend the contract carried
unanimously. '


a.m. Then Lavell Kamma will
take the stage at noon followed
by Crossfire at 1:30 p.m. and
Glenn Snow and the Snowmen at
3:30 p.m.
"We're excited about it. I can't
believe it's our 14' year," Whit-
tle said.
Festival hours are from 9 a.m.
to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 21,
and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sun-
day, April 22. Downtown streets
will close at 5 p.m. on Friday,
April 20, although Whittle said
they will try to keep Walnut
Street open during non-festival
hours on Saturday and Sunday.
She thanked downtown busi-
nesses and churches for their
cooperation and said the festival
team appreciates their patience.


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Church Fellowship in Jacksonville.

Finley running for UC school board celebrations pre-K
ceebrations Pre-K


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

I am Weldon "Buddy" Finley.
I want to be your representative
for District 4, Union County
School Board
It's been said many times,
;"Our children are our future."
It's also never been more true!
'We must ensure the best possible
foundation for the success of our
.children.
First and foremost, my goal
as your representative will be to
:ensure ourchildren have a safe and
:secure environment that provides
:them the best opportunity we can,
:to become productive members
:of our society. Our children
'must become knowledgeable
;and productive members of
:our society to keep our nation,
forward moving beacons of
freedom and prosperity.
Who is Buddy Finley, you
ask?


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of New Horizons Computer
Services.
I am retired from the U.S. Air

I have an applied science


degree in electronic systems
technology.
*I am a graduate of the U.S.
Air Force Non-Commissioned
Officer Academy.
I have training and experience
in safety, security, education
and training development,
communications, leadership,
information technology, team
building, budgeting, building
and vehicle management.
I am a proud father and
grandfather.
What does your school board
representative do?
Our Florida Constitution
states... "The education of
children is a fundamental value of
the people of the State of Florida.
It is, therefore, a paramount duty
of the state to make adequate
provision for the education of
all children residing within its
borders.
"Adequate provision shall
be made by law for a uniform,
efficient, safe, secure and high


quality system of free public
schools that allows students to
obtain a high quality education
and for the establishment,
maintenance and operation of
institutions of higher learning and
other public education programs
that the needs of the people may
require."

Does experience matter when
it comes to ensuring the safety
and security of your children?
Yes, and I agree. I am familiar
with state and local requirements
for a school board member and
I am looking forward to working
closely with our superintendent,
other school board members
and citizens of District 4 to keep
Union County schools leading
the way.
Together we can help our
children obtain the necessary
skills and knowledge to succeed
in the future.
S. Sincerely,
Buddy Finley


set
Victory Christian Center
is holding its 15th Church
Celebration on the following
dates:
Sunday, April 15, at 5
p.m. Pastor Charles Roberson,
the pastor of Kingdom Life
Fellowship in Savannah, Ga.;
will be the speaker.
Tuesday, April 17, at 7 p.m.
The service will be brought
by local churches in Union
County.
Sunday, April 22, at 7 p.m.
Pastor Videll Williams will
be the special speaker. He is
pastor of Faith Bible Church in
Sanderson.
Tuesday, April 24, at 7 p.m.
Elder Ross Chandler, the pastor
of TrueQ Vine Ministries in
Starke, will be the speaker.
Sunday1, April 29, at 4 p.m.
Bishop Vaughn McLaughlin
will be the speaker. He is pastor
of Potter's House Christian


screening set
FDLRS and 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-
3017 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
approved providers.
In Union County, the
approved providers are Lake
Butler Elementary, Tigers Den
or Little Rainbows Daycare.
This three-hour program is free
for all four-year-olds residing
in the state of Florida.


well in St. Johns County, located in
S T Section: 19, Township: 5 South,
IA E \G A L Range: 30 East, known as PDL A1A
[i _,North; groundwater from FAS i Upper
Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well in St.
Johns, County, located in Section: 31,
Township: 5 South, Range: 30 East;
SSection:6, Township:6South, Range:
30 East, known as PDL AlA South;
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR groundwater from FAS Upper &
POSITION Lower Floridan Aquifer via 2 active
The Commissioners of Union County Wells; groundwater from FAS Upper
The Commissioners of Unincatedat:715West Floridan Aquifer via 6 active wells in
HousingAuthoritylocatedat:715West Duval County, located in Sections: 18
Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054 is Duval Countyow, located in Sections: 218
seeking a candidate for the position and 7Township: 3 South, Range: 28
of Executive Director. The UCHA is East; Sections: 13 and 24, Township:
a low-income PHA with a total of 122 3 South, Range: 27 East, known as
units and a staff of (7) employees Deerwood 3; groundwater from FAS
This position reportaf s of directly to Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 active
the Board of Commissioners. The wells in. Duval County, located in
thsecBoarda dCommssions.eTeSection:, 33,Township: 1 South,
selected candidate will assume the Section: 33, Townaship: 1 South,
responsibilities, of the day to day Range:27 East, known asWodmere;
-operation of all aspects of the HA groundwater from FAS Upper .&
including Property Management Lower Floridan Aquifer via 1 active
Planning, Budget & Finance, well; groundwater from FAS Upper
Personnel, Grants and Contracts, Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well in
working knowledge of HD rams, Duval County, located in Section: 25,
Working knowledge of H-D progr Township: 3 South, Range: 27 East,
policies and compliance requirements Townsh. Roual L akes. groundwater,
as. well as Public Relations. The known as. Royal Lakes. groundwater
as,-well as Public Relations. The from FAS Upper & Lower FloridanI
minimum requirement for this position Aquifer via 6 active wells in Duval
s as follows:Aquifer via 6 active wells in Duval
A minimum owsf years as County, located' in Section: 21,
-mnimum of (3) arsexperience sTownship: 2 South, Range: 26 East,
.an Executive Director, known as McDuff; groundwater from
Mvustpossess a valid driver's license known as McDuff; groundwater from
and Public Housing ManaementFAS Upper Lower Floridan Aquifer
:Certification using Management via 2 proposed wells and 5 active
.-Certification.wells in Duval County, located in
"Salary will be negotiable, depending wells in Duval County, located in
on education and or experience with Sections: 14 and 15, Township: 3
excellentt benefits. South, Range: 25 East, known as
Please send resume and expected Southwest Wellfield; groundwater
Please send resume and expected from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via
The Union County Housing Authority 2 active wells and 1 proposed well in
Attention: CounRhdaRty Housins St. Johns County,. located in Section:
Att715 West Main Streeuss 20,.Township: 6 So'6th',"Range: 30
Lake Butler, FL 32054 East, known as Ponce de Leon
Submission must be received, no Welifield groundwater from FAS -
:,later than 4:00 PM on Monday, April Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 active
30, 2012. No fax accepted. This is an wells in Nassau County, located in
-EOEAgency. Section: 37, Township: 2 North,
This position may remain open until a Range: 28 East, known as Nassau
qualified applicant is accepted. Regional; groundwater from FAS -
4/5 4tchg 4/26-UCT Upper & Lower Floridan Aquifer via 1
active well; Groundwater from FAS -
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION Upper Floridan Aquifer via 5 active
The St. Johns River Water wells and 1 proposed well in Duval
Management District (District) County, located in Sections: 29 and
gives notice of receipt of the 33, Township: 2 South, Range: 28
followinconsumptive use permit East, known asOakridge;groundwater
applicationss: from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via
Individual Consumptive Use Permit 2 active wells in Duval County, located
Applications) in Section: 7, Township: 2 South,
JEA, 21 W Church Street T-8, Range: 28 East, known as Monument
Jacksonville, FL 32202, application Rd.; groundwater from FAS Upper &
#88271. This is a modification Lower Floridan Aquifer via 8 active
requestingg a change in -wellfield wels in Duval County, located in
,allocation distributions with .no Section: 24, Township: 2 North,
requested increase in the overall Range:26 East; Sections:44and 45,
allocations or change in permit Township: 2 South, Range: .26 East,
duration. The withdrawals, used by known as Hendricks; groundwater
this proposed project will consist of from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via
*groundwater from FAS Upper & 1 active well in Nassau County,
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 3 active located in Section: 38, Township: 2
wells; groundwater from FAS Upper North, Range: 27 East, known as
"Floridan Aquifer via 2 active wells in Lofton Oaks; groundwater from FAS
Duval County, located in Sections: Upper & Lower Floridan Aquifer via
13, 24 and 35, Township: 4 South, 2 proposed wells in Nassau County,
Range: 26 East; Sections: 18 and 19, located in Sections: 45, 7 and 8;
Township: 4 South, Range: 27 East, Township: 2 North, Range: 27 East,
.known as Community Hall; known as West Nassau Regional;
groundwaterr from FAS Upper & groundwater from FAS Upper &
ower Floridan Aquifer via 1 active Lower Floridan Aquifer via 1 active
louwe rFlruuidanquferVl. 1 2t wve ll'
vell and 2 proposed wells; well; groundwater from FAS Upper
:roundwater from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well in
:Floridan Aquifer via 1 active wel in Duval County, located in Section: 38,
:;uval County, located in Section: 31, Township: 1 South, Range: 29 East,.
Township: 1 South, Range: 25 East known as Mayport; groundwater from
known as Westlake Wellfield FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2
groundwaterr from FAS Upper & proposed wells in Duval County,
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 1 proposed located in Section: 39, Township: 5 -
:well and 6 active wells in Duval, South, Range: 27 East; Section: 44,
:,County, located in Sections: 13 and Township: 5 South, Range: 26 East,
-49, Township: 1 South, Range: 26 known as Rivertown; groundwater
East, knowns as Highlands; from FAS Upper & Lower Floridan.
:groundwater from FAS -'"Upper Aquifer via 1 proposed well and 3
loridan Aquifer via 3 active wells and active wells in Duval County, located,
.1 proposed well in Duval County, in Sections: 33 and 34, Township: 2
located in Section: 42, Township- 3 South, Range: 24 East, known as
'South Range: 28 East, known as Cecil Commerce; groundwater from
iSoutheast Wellfield; groundwater FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 7
;from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via
'3 active wells in St. Johns County, ... ..
'located in Section: 18, Township: 5
.South, Range: 28 East; Section: 5,
'Township: 5 South, Range: 27 East, 'R
: known as St Johns North; groundwater
'from FAS Upper & Lower Floridan
Aquifer via 2 active wells; groundwater
: from FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via
"3 active wells in Duval County, located
in Section: 52, Township: 2 South, *
Range: 27 East, known as Arlington
:Wellfield; groundwater from FAS -
Upper & Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4
active wells in Duval County, located
-in Sections: 14 and 15, Township: 2 i
!South, Range: 25 East, known as
Marietta; groundwater from FAS A
Upper Floridan Aquifer via 1 active
well in Duval County, located in
'Section: 51, Township: 1 South,
Range: 28 .East; Section' 40,
.Township: 2 South, Range: 28 East,
.known as Cobblestone. groundwater
from FAS Upper &. Lower Floridan -
:Aquifer via 1 proposed well tind 5
:active wells in Duval County, located
in Section: 32, Township: 3 South,
,Range: 26 East, known as Lakeshore;
groundwater from FAS Upper
'Floridan Aquifer via 2 active wells and
3 proposed wells in St. Johns County, T
;located in Section: 27, Township: 3
South, Range: 29 East, known as
Corona Road; groundwater from FAS m u
I Jooer Floridan Aquifer via 1 active


active wells in Duval County, located Standard General permit application
in Sections: 16 and 39, Township: 2 must be made in writing and filed with
South, Range: 28 East, known as (received by) the Director, Bureau of
Ridenour Wellfield; groundwater from Regulatory Support, P.O. Box 1429,
FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 Palatka, FL 32178-1429, or by e-
active wells in St. Johns County, mail at applicationsupport@sjrwmd.
located in Section: 18, Township: 5 com, within 14 days of notification
South, Range: 28 East, known as St of the application. Please include
Johns Forest; groundwater from FAS either the Permit Application Number
- Upper & Lower Floridan Aquifer via or the Project Name in the objection.
2 active wells in Duval County, located Notification of the application is either
in Sections: 3 and 49, Township: 1 the fifth day after the date on which the
South, Range: 28 East, known as written notice is deposited in the U.S.
Beacon Hills; groundwater from FAS mail (for those persons who receive
- Upper Floridan Aquifer via 3 active actual notice by U.S. mail), the date on
wells in Duval County, located in which the notice is e-mailed (for those
Section: 52, Township: 2 South, persons who receive actual notice
Range:.27 East, known as Lovegrove; by e-mail), or the date the notice is
groundwater from FAS Upper & published in the newspaper (if actual
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4 active notice is not provided by U.S. mail
wells; groundwater from FAS Upper or e-mail). A "substantial objection"
'Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well in means a written statement directed to
Duval County, located in Sections: 16 the District that identifies the objector,
and 56, Township: 3 South, Range: concerns hydrologic or environmental
27 East, known as Brierwood; impacts of the proposed consumptive
groundwater from FAS Upper& Lower use, and relates to applicable rule
Floridan Aquifer via 4 proposed wells criteria. A timely substantial objection
in Duval County, located in Sections: will cause the Standard General
23, 24, 25 and 26, Township: 1 North, consumptive use permit application
Range: 26 East, known as Northwest; to be considered an application
groundwater from FAS Upper & for an Individual consumptive use
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 8 active permit. If the District receives a tir'nely
wells in Duval County, located in substantial objection from you, then
Sections: 10, 3 and 55, Township: 2 you will receive written'notice of the
South, Range: 26 East, known as District's intended decision on the
Fairfax Wellfield; groundwater from permit application.
FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 Decisions on Individual consumptive
proposed wells in Duval County, use permit applications will be made .
located in Sections: 15 and 22, by the District's Governing Board.
Township: 4 South, Range: 28 East, Notice of Intended District Decision
known as 9A-9B; groundwater from will be provided to persons who have
FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 requested individual notice. A request
active wells in St. Johns, County, for individual Notice of Intended
located in Section: 54, Township: 4 District Decision on h'an 'application
South, Range: 27 East, known as must be received by the Director,
Julington Creek; groundwater from Bureau of Regulatory Support prior:to
FAS Upper Floridan Aquifer via 2 the.date the Notice of Intended District
active wells in Nassau County, located Decision is generated. For Individual
in Section: 14, Township: 3 North,. permit applications, you are advised
Range: 28 East, known as Otter Run; to notify the District within 14 days
groundwater from FAS Upper & of notification of the applications)
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4 active if you have questions, objections,
wells in Duval County, located in comments, or information regarding
Section: 35, Township:, 1 South, the proposed consumptive use. If you
Range: 26 East, known as Norwood; make a written request to the District
groundwater from FAS Upper for additional information regarding
Floridan Aquifer via 1 active well in St. a specific permit application, you will
Johns County, located in Section: 43, be provided an opportunity to obtain
Township: 3 South, Range: 29 East, the available information. Please note
known as Ponte Vedra North; that filing a written objection does not
groundwater from FAS Upper & entitle you to a Chapter 120, Florida
Lower Floridan Aquifer via 4 proposed Statutes, administrative hearing.
wells and 7 active, wells in Duval Victor Castro, Director
county, located in Sections: 11, 12 Bureau of Regulatory Support
and 37, Township: 2 South, Range: St. Johns River Water
26 East, known as Main Street. Management District
The file(s) containing the permit 4049 Reid Street
applications) 'are available for Palatka, FL 32177-2529
inspection Monday through Friday, 4/12 Itchg-UCT
except for District holidays, 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. atthe District's HeadquartersVl, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4049 Reid St., Palatka, FL 32177- 8 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
2529. You may also view files at one UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
of the District's service centers, but CIVIL DIVISION
you should call service center staff CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-000086
in advance to make sure that the FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC
files are at a specific service center. Plaintiff,
Service center contact information is vs.
available online at floridaswater.com/f MARILYN RENAY MILLER A/K/A
contactus/offices.html. Additionally, MARILYN R. MILLER; RONALD
most permit application file documents JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A RONALD J.
can be viewed online at floridaswater. MILLER; UNKNOWN PEASON(S)
com/permitting/index.html. To obtain IN POSSESSION OF'THE
information on how to find and view SUBJECT PROPERTY;
permit application file documents, Defendants.
visit floridaswater.com/permitting/ RE-NOTICE OF
index.html and select the topic of FORECLOSURE SALE
choice from the "Find permits and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
application" heading, and then follow pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
the directions provided under "How to Foreclosure Sale dated April 4, 2012,
find a Technical Staff Report (TSR) or
other application file documents." "
Decisions on Standard General
permit applications will be made at
the District's service center where the
application is processed, unless the
application is upgraded to an Individual IneE RA I
below. A substantial objection to a ine'd ERAL 1


and entered in Case No. 63-2010-
CA-000086, of the Circuit Court of the
8TH Judicial Circuit in and for UNION
County, Florida. FORECLOSURE
ADVISORS, LLC is Plaintiff and
MARILYN RENAY MILLER A/K/A
MARILYN R. MILLER; RONALD
JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A RONALD J.
MILLER; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY; are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF
THE COURTHOUSE, at 55. WEST
MAIN STREET, LAKE BUTLER, in
UNION County, FLORIDA, at 11:00
a.m., on the 17T day of May, 2012,
the following described property as
set forth in said Final Judgment, to
wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
THE NORTHEAST %A OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 18,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21
EAST, IN THE TOWN OF RAIFORD,
UNION COUNTY, -FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND NAIL
IN DISC LOCATED AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE
NORTH EAST4AOFTHESOUTHEAST
'/4 OF SAID SECTION 18 AND RUN
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 22 MINUTES
11 SECONDS EAST ALONG
THE WESTERLY -BOUNDARY
THEREOF FOR A DISTANCE OF
604.00 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 33
MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST FOR
A DISTANCE OF 34.37 FEET TO A
FOUND V2" REBAR LOCATED ON
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY
ROAD NO. S-229 FOR THE POINT
OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
CONTINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES
33 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST
FOR A DISTANCE OF 194.59 FEET
TO A FOUND 12" REBAR; THENCE
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37


MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST FOR
A DISTANCE OF 225.18 FEET TO
A FOUND 1/2" REBAR LOCATED AT
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF A
PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED
IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK
70, PAGE 111 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH
86 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 40
SECONDS WEST AND ALONG
THE NORTHERLY BOUNDARY OF
'SAID DESCRIBED PARCEL FOR A
.DISTANCE OF 193.98 FEET TO A
FOUND V2" REBAR LOCATED ON
'THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO. S-229;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
50 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE FOR A DISTANCE
OF 235.43 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a
claim with 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 5th day of April, 2012.
REGINA A. PARRISH
As Clerk of said Court
By: Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, if you are a
person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 55 West Main Street,
Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
Phone No. (352) 374-3648 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice or pleading; if you are hearing
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
Services.)
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8201 Peters Road, Ste 3000
Plantation, FL 33324
4/12 2tchg 4/19-UCT


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their parents. In Ephesians 6:1-3 we read, "Children, obey your
parents in the Lord, for this is right. 'Honor your father and
mother,' ... 'that it may be well with you and you may live long
on the earth." Parents have authority over their children and
such needs to be respected. In the Old Testament, we get an
indication of how serious God is about His command to honor
parents when under that law He commanded, "He who curses
his father or his mother shall surely be put to death" (Exodus
21:17). Many children are miserable and ruining their lives
because they fail to be obedient to their parents. If you are a
child who is constantly at odds with your parents why not listen
to God's command, "Children, obey your parents" (Colossians
3:20).
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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2012



Rain doesn't dampen 50th anniversary of riding club


BY RALPH PARRISH
Special to the Times

As a fit tradition of 50 years,
the Union County Riding Club
would not be denied their
anniversary celebration.
The rain may have poured
down, but that did not stop the
horses and members of the riding
club. Some 70 horses paraded
down Main Street in Lake Butler
with longtime members Lamar
Malphurs and Roscoe Seay
leading the parade, along with
the present riding club President
Robbie Thornton and Queen
Chitra Glassheen. The parade
was the beginning of an action-
packed, fun-filled weekend.
After the parade, all returned
to the club grounds to a great
dinner of chicken and rice with
all the trimmings cooked by
Charles Howard and the Clenton
Gay family. Thanks to all those
who helped.
Although many had their
guesses to our mystery picture in
last week's article in the Union'
County Times, only Fred Cauley
knew both riders and their horse's
names. If you could not guess, it
was John Whitehead and his son
John Henry on Tarzan and Jane,
check out Mr. John's boots, ha-
ha!
After lunch, the arena was
set- and the competitive games
began. Members stepped back in
time, running the original games
of the club. The games included
thdeflag race, key hole, baskets
arid cloverleaf. The only one of
the.four games that we continue
to run today is the cloverleaf.
It was very interesting to see
how our competitive horses
of today reacted to the games


they were not familiar with.
Rosette ribbons to remember
our celebration were awarded
to the first four fastest times in
all four events. To complete a
special day, we had a few, horse
races, which were started by a
challenge between Jennifer Ritch
and Georgie Howard. The girls
raced hard against one another
just as they have been doing for
the past 25 years right here at the
riding club. Due to the weather,
the events of Saturday night were
cancelled.
Sunday morning broke with
sunshine and beautiful weather,
kicking off the final day of our
celebration. Our day began with
worshipat Cowboy Church.There
were 93 people in attendance


to hear and share in some great
songs and testimonies or, as
Brother Richard Harrison would
say, to brag on the Lord. Brother
Richard had a great word from
God's scripture that reminded us
that we are all to be a witness for
our God. After the service was
over everyone was treated to a
sausage, egg and biscuit breakfast
furnished by the members of the
riding club. A special thanks to
Priscilla Seay for the homemade
jellies. The rest of the morning
was shared with pictures and.
many memories about the past of
our riding club.,
Sunday afternoon, riders and
horses came back together for an
exciting competition as they raced
against the clock and one another


participating in a "Cowboy
Challenge" course set up by club
President Robbie Thornton. This
event challenged each horse and
rider to maneuver through some,
extreme obstacles, racing against
the clock and another rider,
clearing each obstacle the correct
way. The winner went forward
to challenge the next and riders
were eliminated by the fastest
qualified ride.
Congratulations to the winners:
adult division-Mallory Martin
and John Johns; youth division-
Kelsey Thornton and Jenna
Ritch; and lead-line division-
Garrison Ritch and Clate Owen.
Special guests for the weekend
were John "Sonny" Bennett and
Carol Bennett Kelly, the son


(L-R) John "Sonny" Bennett and Carol Bennett Kelly are
the son and daughter of the founder of the Union County
Riding Club, J.P. Bennett. Also pictured is Don Kelly.


Richard Harrison led
Sunday's Cowboy
Church.


and daughter of the founder of
our club, J.P. Bennett. Thanks
to Sonny and Carol for coming
out and sharing your time and
memories with us.
Thank you to all members of


the club, especially to our
present President Robbie.
Thornton and his wife
Christy, Priscilla Seay for
heading up the committee
and getting everything
in place for this special
weekend, and Clenton
Gay and Fred Cauley for
i all their work in making
the entire celebration a
success. I know there
were many. others who,
played a special role in
j making the Union County
Riding Club's 50-year
celebration special-to
all a special "thank you."
It was great to celebrate
a lifetime of fun and fellowship
with the people of Union County..
May J.P. Bennett's dream live on
for many years to come.


PERT Testing
Scott Woodall scholarship started here for UCHS


The Scott Woodall Memorial
Scholarship has been established
in memory of Union County
School's technology director,
Scott Woodall.


. ,Woodall attended
C inty schools
kindergarten through
grade. He, in turn, gave


Uniop
from'
twelfth
back to


the school system serving as a
coach, teacher and leader within
the district.
This scholarship will be
awarded on the basis of the
student's scholasticrecord,future
potential, leadership, initiative,
character, dependability,
integrity and financial need.
The scholarship is open to


any Union County High School
Senior, residing in Union County
that:
has also attended school in
Union County K-12th grade
plans to attend Florida
Gateway College.
maintains a 3.0 grade point
average.
Interested students may obtain


an application from the Union
County High School guidance
department. Applications must
be submitted to the guidance
department by May 4.
Therecipientofthescholarship
will receive a onetime award of
$1,000.
, Late or incomplete application
packets will not be reviewed.


Students


BY CHEYENNE LESCH
UCHS Student

On March 28-29, at Union
County HighSchool,.,the junior


class was divided into groups to,
take the PERT.
the PERT (Post Secondary.
Education Readiness Test) is
known as the CPT (College
Placement Test) and is used to.
allow students to dual enroll,.
and for placement into college,
preparatory classes. The students

See PERT, 2A


Outgrow your competition.


STREAK will
help struggling
students

:BY QUANESHIA EDWARS
UCHS student

'A program has. begun to
help our struggling students.
The School Advisory Council
started an after-school tutoring
program that will enable any
Union County High School
student to get the help he or
she needs in math.

STREAK, which stands
for Striving To Realize and


Enhance Academics for
Kids, is a program that helps
students excel at mathematics
and get help where they are
falling short. The program
began early this year, but was
initiated at the end of 2011.

SAC Chair Jamie Dekle and
the District 4 school board
member and SAC member,
Becky Raulerson, chaperone
the tutoring sessions that
are held every Tuesday and
Thursday after school from
3:15-4:15 p.m.

Students receive help in
math levels from algebra,
geometry, algebra 2, and pre-


calculus.
In the future, the program is
expected to expand into other
subjects where students are
struggling. The overall goal of
this program is to realize that


improvements not only in
their grades, but also in their
morale. According to Santos
Rodriguez, who is a student
representative on the SAC,


students have the capability "The program is an
to excel' if they are able to excellent way to tell our peers
receive help when needed. that we do understand that
The tutoring takes place in the some subjects are harder than
UCHS media center. the others. With that in mind,
the council came up with this
Students who are excelling, program to not only help the
already were asked to donate struggling students, but also as
their time to help out their a leadership and community
peers and in exchange receive service opportunity for other
community service hours. students."
Ever since the program was
started, the students who
have been coming have seen


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THiUAA ., ApRiL 12, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A


Food donations come in


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
The Union County Food
Pantry recently received a
large food donation from
America's Students Bettering
Communities (ASBC) group
from Union County. High
School.
According to ASBC advisor
Lynda Pettit, on April 5, Pettit,
along with UCHS history
teacher Angela Johnson,
traveled to the commissary
located at the Jacksonville
Naval Base to buy all of
the food to be donated. The
commissary manager, Larry
Bentley, not only assisted with
the best choices to purchase
but also presented the duo
with $75 in certificates to help
with the cause.
Just in time for Easter,
one of the largest single food
donations ever provided to
the pantry was presented by,
Johnson and ASBC members
Pettit; President Dustin
Bielling, Chaplain Kierra
Maxwell, advisor Melda
Howell and Vice-President
Hailey McRee.
"The appreciative faces of
the food pantry volunteers
made all of the hard work
worthwhile," said Pettit.
ASBC members said they
hoped this would be the first
of many donations to come.
The club organized a chicken


PERT
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were given the test over the
computer.
"It was not as hard as it was
the first time I took it, but it was
longer than I remembered," said
junior Destiny Elixson. Some of
the juniors had to take just math
or just reading. There were three
parts to the test: math, reading,


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Pantry volunteer John Johnson assisted by holding out
the bucket of tickets while Alana Castleberry reached in
for a winner. The basket was won by Video Express of
Lake Butler.


and rice dinner fundraiser
to raise the funds for the
food donation. ASBC group
members, advisors, and food
pantry volunteers said they
would like to thank all of the
prison system institutions for
their generous donations as
well as the staff and students of
all the Union County schools.
"We also want to thank the
courthouse, city hall, Lake
Butler Hospital, the sheriff's
office, the Union County
Health Department and Becky
Raulerson for all of their
contributions," said McRee.


and writing. Some sophomores
were also allowed to take the
PERT because they wanted to
dual enroll in college classes
next year.
The testing was finished by
March 30. "I think it is a good
idea to give this test to the
students that way next year our
math classes can basically be set
at the same speed," said junior
Rebekah Harden.


McRee also thanked other
contributors, such as the family
and friends of the ASBC, on
behalf of ASBC members.
In other news, the volunteers
of the pantry held the drawing
for the Easter basket that was
being raffled off to raise funds.
The pantry chose one of their
recent elementary car wash
helpers, Alana Castleberry,
to draw the winning ticket.
Food pantry volunteer John
Johnson assisted by holding
out the bucket of tickets while
Castleberry reached in for a
winner. The basket was won by
Video Express of Lake Butler.


Torch run
coming
through UC
Law enforcement officers
form the Union County Sher-
iff's Office, Reception Medical
Center and Union Correctional
Institution will participate in
the annual torch run for Special
Olympics on Friday, April 13,


(Back) Club President Dustin Blelling (front row, I-r) Club Chaplain Kierra Maxwell,
advisors Lynda Pettit and Melda Howell and Club Vice-President Hailey McRee pose
along with their donations to the Union County Food Pantry.


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(L-R) Dustin Blelling, Angela Johnson, Halley McRee and Lynda Pettit. Johnson is
a teacher at UCHS but was a large part of the donations. She acted as the escort on
base to visit the commissary.


beginning at 9 a.m.
Representatives from each
agency-and some of the stu-
dent participant---will cirry
the Special Olympics torch
from Lake Butler Elemen-
tary 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
S.R. 121 that morning.
The agencies have all been
raising funds to donate to the
Special Olympics-which pro-
vides mentally handicapped
young people with the opportu-


nity to compete in their Olym-
pics-style athletic contests.
If you are interested in do-
nating to help fund Special
Olympics, contact UCI's Gena
Singletary at 386-431-2000,
ext. 2153.


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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2012


Educational Talent


Search prepares


students for future


BY SCARLETT MINES
UCHS student

Preparing Students forCollege
anl a Brighter Future has become
the motto and overall mission
statement for the Educational
Talent Search program.
The Educational Talent Search
(ETS) program is specifically
. designed for academically
qualifying middle and high-
school students who come
from limited income families
or are first-generation students


attending college. The students
are prepared for post-secondary
education through beneficial
guidance, preparation and
exploration of colleges, the
processes it takes to achieve
their own personal goals after
high school and what to expect
entering into the real world.

On March 28,CarolTarkington,
the advisor for the Union County
High School ETS, arranged a trip
for the students who are a part
of this program to participate


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Norcross. Photo by Carol Tarkington.


in an outing to Tallahassee to
tour Florida State University.
This is especially valuable to
the soon-graduating juniors and
seniors who are searching and
considering all possibilities for


potential schools to further their
education.
"I have really enjoyed my time
in the Talent Search program,"
said junior Coty Bonesio.
"Without the opportunities to


visit all the colleges that I have
toured, I might not know what all
is truly out there."
Planning for what is ahead
for these students, ETS is both
an enlightening and enjoyable


experience, and really has an
impact on each. of their futures.
For more information about the
ETS program you can contact
Union County High School at
386-496-3040.


UC's Kelsey Harrison named Miss Marion County Teen USA


Kelsey Harrison of Union
County was recently named
Miss Marion County Teen USA,
for 2013.
The pageant was held at
the Cofrin Arts Center at Oak
Hall School in Gainesville and
included a group of ladies from
surrounding counties who were
judged on interview, swimsuit
and evening gown categories.


School


news...
Last week's Tiger Cubs were:
Cole Anderson-Davis, Ian Halfacre,
Blaine Williams, Hayden 'Johnson,
Abygayle Fillyaw, Karten'Johnson,
Ehtan Griffis, Cian Abney, Payton
Newman, Michael-Ann Smith,
De'Auntre Green, Cheyenne Johns,
Ester Bonny, Cayden Cutford,
Matthew Laux, Matthew Wilburn,
Emily Courson, Kaitlin Mann,
Jared Philbrick, Katy White, Trevor
Holtzendorf, Wyatt Chapman,
Morgan Smith, Ja'ckyrah White,
Cody Todd, Jordan Akins, Kiersten
Palmer, Haleigh Doughman, Sierra
Garland and Zoey Fillyaw. -'
MealPayPlus is a way to keep
up with your child's lunch charges.
Once registered, participants are not
only able to add funds but they have
the ability to view recent charges as,
well. For more information, please
visit www.MealPayPlus.com.
Any' Box Tops for' Education
turned in now will go towards the
fourth nine weeks contest. All box
tops must be attached to an official
box tops form, which can be picked
up in the library. Schools can earn
up to $20,000 each year through
the original box tops for education
program. by clipping box top
coupons from hundreds of General
Mills products. The funds- earned


Kindergarten

orientation set
All registration paperwork must
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.
t6 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.
.Come 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.

Scholarship

offered
The scholarship committee of
the Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta
,' Kappa Gamma announced it will
be offering a $500 scholarship
to a Bradford or Union County
female graduate or resident. The
purpose of the scholarship is to
encourage and enable college
students to obtain a degree in the
field of education.
Applicants must be enrolled
full time at an accredited college


The judges for this event were
all professionals in business,
fashion, fitness and pageantry.
This pageant is an official
preliminary to the Miss Florida
Teen USA pageant, which will
be held inOctober. Harrisqn now
has the opportunity to compete
to win a $40,000 scholarship to
-Nova Southeastern University.


can be used to benefit both students
and staff.
Lake Butler Elementary School
will be hosting a kindergarten
orientation on Wednesday, May 9,
from 1-2:30 p.m. Pre-registration
for orientation should be completed
by Monday, May 7. Registration
packets are available in the front
office. Completed registration
packets should include ain original
birth certificate, a Florida shot
record, a Florida physical, a social
security card and photo ID of the
parent/guardian.
Although kindergarten orientation
is extremely beneficial to both parents
and students entering kindergarten
in the upcoming year, attendance is
not required. Should you have any
questions, contact Tricia Ranard at
386-496-3047.
The Star Walker award is a
weekly award that acknowledges
one student who demonstrates effort,
determination and a great attitude
during the Tiger Up Morning Mile.
Last week's Star Walker award
went to Kyla Boney.
The 50-Point Book Club is
designed to acknowledge LBES' top
readers in the Accelerated Reader
Program. Students who have earned
5( points and maintained an average
of 80 percent or higher will have
their photos displayed in the cafeteria
.and will receive a special medallion
at the fourth nine weeks ceremony.
Gold seals will be placed .on the
photos of the students each time they
reach 100 points.


or university and be accepted
into a bachelor's or master's
degree program in the field of'
education.


Harrison, 16, is a student at
Union County High School, the
daughter of Richard and Tammy
Harrison, the granddaughter of
Joe and Tracy Harrison and
Karen Griggs of Lake Butler
and Eugene and Nancy Royals
of Lake City.

For winning the title of Miss
Marion County, Harrison was


The newest 50-Point Club
members are as follows: Kyla
Boney,Justin Brown,Tristin Bynum,
Abigail Crawford, Alivia Crawford,
Adena Crumitie,Tahj Merriex, Jacob
.Newman, Jake O'Steen, Victoria
Park and Rosella Rainey.
Earning 100 points thus far are:
Jocelyn Gibson, Andrew Laux,
Brycen Peacock, James Rogers,
Jackson Romrell and Ke'Andre
Young.
Earth Day is on Sunday, April 22.
Lake Butler Elementary School will
be hosting its third annual electronics
recycling contest. The contest will
run the entire month of April and
will end on Monday, April 30.
Through a special program offered
by Cartridges for Kids, the school
can send certain items in for cash that
can benefit both faculty and students.
Acceptable items include cell
phones, inkjet and laser cartridges,
iPods and MP3 players, iPads and
tablets, PDAs, digital cameras, GPS
devices, laptops, game consoles and
more. The contest will be based on a
"points" system and each item with
be worth a specific number of points.
The class with the most points on the
afternoon of April 30 will win a class
pizza party.
For more information regarding
the contest or for a list of point values,
please contact Tammy Wilkerson,
program coordinator, at 386-496-
3047 or by email at wilkersont@
union.kl2.fl.us
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awarded an official crown,
banner, and trophy. Her entry
fees were paid to compete in
the Miss Florida Teen USA
pageant valued at 1250.00, an
appearance/coaching contract
with Chelsee productions-,
coaching package with Kim

Kelsey Harrison will
compete in the Miss Florida
Teen USA pageant.


Even if you are on the
right track, you will get
run over if you just sit
there.
WILL ROGERS


classes have started the spring
stock market project/contest. The
contest will run through Friday,
May 11. Teams from each of the
classes are competing against
each other and against close to
300 other teams in the region.
Each team is given $100,000
to buy stock on the major stock
exchanges. Some of the UCHS
teams are in the top 30 percent in
the region.










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Antos of Exquisite Coaching,
and over 1,400 in gifts and
memberships.
Harrison said, "I am very
excited and blessed to have the
chance to be a part of such a
great opportunity. I know that
every blessing I receive comes
from God and am so thankful
for all the support of my family,
friends, and community."


The worst thing that
happens to you may be
the best thing for you if
you don't let it get the
best of you.
WILL ROGERS


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B Section Thursday, April 12, 2012


FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL,


NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


BHS student has top

speech in state HOSA event


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
By chewing the fat, so to
speak, Bradford High School
senior Jake Shireman earned a
first-place trophy at the Health
Occupations Students of Amer-
ica state leadership conference,
which was held March 29-April
I in Jacksonville.
Shireman earned first place
in the researched persuasive
speech category with his speech
"Fat Tax: Fighting Obesity by
Raising the Price of Fatty and
Unhealthy Foods."
"I jumped up out of the crowcld
and ran up there (to the stage),"
Shireman said of his reaction to
hearing he was a top-five final-
1st.
When the finalists were an-
.nounced from number five to
number one, Shireman was too
busy shaking hands on stage to
realize he was the first-place fin-
isher.
"I didn't even know they had
called me for first until a guy
came and gave me a trophy,"
Shireman said.
With that trophy, Shireman
became the first ever Bradford
HOSA member to earn a win at
state-level competition.
"It's really kind of a milestone
accomplishment," said' Teresa
Jackson, a Bradford!Union Area
Career Technical Center nursing
instructor and -Bradford HOSA
chapter adviser.
Shireman admitted he. felt
he had a good chance of plac-
ing first-which he did-at the
HOSA Region 2 conference that
was held in Gainesville in Janu-
ary. However, he wasn't quite
sb confident about his chances
at the state conference.
Well, that's what he told a
representative of the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor when inter-
viewed for this story. Jackson
said Shireman told her he was
-going to win the state competi-


Jake Shireman,
a Bradford High
School Senior,
took first place
at the Health
Occupations
Students of
America state
conference
in persuasive
speech. He is
the first Bradford
HOSA member to
earn a win at the
state level.


tion before he even competed in
the regional competition.
"He did it," Jackson said. "He
put a lot of work into it."
Shireman talked to several
University of Florida profes-
sors in researching opinions on a
tax that would be placed on un-
healthy foods. The so-called "fat
tax" was suggested by Dr. Kelly
Brownell in 1994.
In opening his speech by ad-
mitting he was once a "very
chunky teenager" and citing sta-
tistics that 44 million Americans
are considered obese, Shireman
discussed what a fat tax is and
how professors he talked to felt
it would have little impact on
obesity levels in this country.
One of the reasons Shireman
presented in his speech is that
poverty is associated with higher
rates of obesity, "so the tax will
mostly punish the poor."
His speech goes on to present
the case that not all fats or foods
high in fat are bad.
"The dietitians stress several
points," Shireman said in his
speech. "Having some fat in a
diet is important.-for example,
as a source of fat-soluble vita-
mins A, D, E and K..Secondly,
many healthy foods like cheese
and nuts are High in fat. Will


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these be taxed? Who will decide
this?"
To close his speech, Shireman
said most health care profes-
sionals believe the single-most
important factor in obesity is
lack of exercise. As part of his
speech, Shireman shared that
physcial training was a major
reason he lost weight.
"In summary, there is no rea-
son to pass a fat tax," Shireman
said in concluding his speech.
"Rather than blame food prod-
ucts for obesity, we need to
emphasize nutrition education,
exercise and personal responsi-
bility."
The speech impressed the
judges.
"One of the judges automati-
cally said I did a really good
job," Shireman said. "A second
one saw me after I got my tro-
phy. He's a college professor
somewhere. He told me I defi-
nitely had the best speech and
that I had a good chance at na-
tionals."
The second judge Shireman
mentioned, is a professor at
Miami Dade College, and his
stance on the fat tax is opposite
of the one Shireman took in his

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Attrusa of Starke matched a $50 donation by Altrusa International and presented
Southside Elementary School of Starke a $100 check. Sonya Baldree, who serves
as librarian for both Southside and Starke elementary schools, purchased six books
with the donation. Five books, which were about different gems, would be excellent
resources for science studies, Baldree said, adding that these are the kinds of
books the libraries need more of. The sixth book was named the best animated book
of the year. Pictured (I-r) are: Baldree, Sylvia Reddish, Dimple Overstreet, Martha
Epps, Linda Tatum and Cheryl Canova.


Career center
receives do-
nation from
TD Charitable
Foundation
TD Bank, through the TD'
Charitable Foundation, recently
donated $5,000 to the Bradford-
Union Area Career Technical
Center) as part of the bank's
commitment to giving back to
the community.
The career .center has been
providing members of Alachua,
Baker, Clay, Duval, and Union'
counties with. quality education
and career training for more than
40 years. Its 27-acre campus is
located at 609 N. Orange St. in
Starke.
- A wide range of courses are
offered, designed to prepare
graduates for a smooth transition
into selected industries. Programs
include: GED preparatory,
business, automotive programs,
brick and block, masonry,
carpentry, computer systems
technology, cosmetology,
commercial vehicle driving (A
and B), community education,
early.childhood education, heavy-
duty truck and bus mechanics,
licensed practical nursing and
applied welding technology.
Funds from the TD Charitable
Foundation will be used for
tilition and testing fees associated
with a full-time GED prf&ariftiry
program student. The donation
will allow, the career center to
improve enrollment and Help
numerous members of the
community obtain their dream of
higher education.
"GED preparatory enrollment
has been very low since tuition
was imposed on adult education
classes back in July 2011," said
career specialist Brad Bishop.
"TD Charitable Foundation's
donation could not have come
at a better time. The $5,000 will
go a long way toward helping
members of our community
obtain their GED."
TD Bank and theTD Charitable
Foundation provide financial
and other support to affordable
housing initiatives, financial
literacy and education, and the
environment, much of which
focuses on improving the welfare
of children and families.

Starke Kiwanis
to host clay
shoot April 28
The Kiwanis Club of Starke.,
-will host its annual fundraising
sporting clay tournament on Sat-
urday, April 28, at 9 a.m. at the
Bradford Sportsmen's Farm in
Graham.
There will be cash prizes of
$100, $75 and $50 for each
class.
The entry fee for the Lewis
Class tournament is $75. Lunch
will be provided for each partici-
pant. (Extra meals will cost $10
each.)
Other shooting games will be
available.
Call 904-769-6132 for more
information.


Birth


Socia&


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Adalynn Kay Waters


Ebony Nicole Smith arnd
Leviticus A. Henderson

Smith-Hen.
derson to wed
April 14
Ebony Nicole Smith and Le-.
viticus A4 Henderson-.will- be -
married Saturday, April 14,
2012 at New Bethel Missionary
Baptist Church at 2 p.m.
A reception will follow the
ceremony and will be held at the
Bradford Fairgrounds in building
one. ,


Adalynn Waters
Chelsea Nugent of Starke
and John Adam Waters of Lake
Butler announce the birth of
their daughter, Adalynn Kay
Waters, on March 17, 2012, at
North Florida Regional Medi-
cal Center.
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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 by drawing ad-
mission tickets.
Tickets are $50 each and can
be purchased from any Rotary
Club member or at the Bradford
County Telegraph.
For more information, please
call Jessie Myers at 352-258-
5292 or Kevin Miller at 904-964-
6305.

Vet Fest set for
this weekend
This sixth annual Vet Fest is
set for Saturday and Sunday,
April 14-15, at Rose's Auction
House/Thunder Music Park at
9057 U.S. 301 South in Hamp-
ton.
The event raises money for
the Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund Inc., a nonprofit organiza-
tion that will use the proceeds
for continued maintenance of
the veterans' memorial at Santa
Fe Cemetery as well as to help
Vetspace in Gainesville, an or-
ganization that serves homeless
veterans, and the Fisher House in
Gainesville, which provides free
lodging for families of veterans
who are undergoing hospitiliza-
tion.
Musical entertainment will be
provided by 16 bands, including
Evil Monkey, which-will play. at
7:30 p.m. on April 14, and Wil-
lie and the Po' Boys, which will
play at 9 p.m. on April 14.
A car-and bike show will start
at 1.0 a.m. on April 14 and at
noon on April 15. Awards will be
presented for the best entries.
The cost to enter the car and
bike show is $10 for either day
or $15 for both days.
Door prizes, including auto-


graphed photos of NHRA driv-
,ers and gifts and gift certifi-
cates from local sponsors such
as the Wright Cut and O'Reilly
Auto Parts, will be given away
throughout the show. The big
prize, which will be given away
on April 15, is a $500 gift cer-
tificate courtesy of MagnaFlow
Exhaust.
The official start of Vet Fest
may be April 14, but there will
be a kickoff party on Friday,
April 13, starting at 7 p.m. and
featuring the Southern Feather
Band. The party is intended for
participating vendors and volun-
teers, but is open to the general
public.
Various merchandise and food
vendors will be on site through-
out the event. A poker run man-
aged by Rolling Thunder Chapter
Three (Gainesville), a nonprofit
organization that seeks to bring
prisoners of war home and ac-
count for all military members
missing in action, will be held
April 14. The cost is $10 per bike
and $5 for additional riders.
The poker run will end at ap-


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At that time, a flag ceremony
will be conducted by members of
Gainesville's American Legion
Post 16. A flyover by Wings .of
Dreams Aviation Museum co-
founder Bob Oehl will be held in
conjunction with the ceremony.
CWA Wrestling will be at
the event as well, and Hot Rodz
Paint and Body will be holding a
bike wash throughout-the event,
with all money going back to-:
ward Hampton Veterans Memo-..
rial Fund Inc.
Primitive camping will" Ibe
available at a cost of $5 per day.
All participating vendors will:
donate items to a prize draw-
ing that will also raise funds for.
Hampton Veterans Memorial
Fund Inc.
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Fest, please call 352-468-3775
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HOSA
Continued from 1B


Happy Easter from Altrusa

Attrusa of Starke members made 40 Easter baskets for th6 Guardian ad Litem program. It was the most
baskets the club has made to date as part of the annual program. Vicki Teal served as this year's Easter basket
chairwoman. Pictured (I-r) are: Mary Bridgman, Valerie Hoffler, Carolyn Carver, Sylvia Tatum, Sandy Sanders,
Teresa Phillips, Cheryl Canova, Carolyn Reddish, Dimple Overstreet, Rebecca Hinson, Ellen Reddish Margaret
Anderson, Martha Epps, Beverly Hardy, Kim Hamilton, Mary Powell, JoAnn Rowe, Teila Pearson, Faye Andrews,
Teal and Sandra Reddish.


USOW -
Continued from 1B U w

have to be for every problem a
patient may have, Usow said.
"I didn't work that hard in
medical school and residency -i 7 3
just to refer every rash to a der-
matologist and every wheeze to -
a lung doctor," he said.
No matter the age or gender,
it'iabout the people for Usow. .. .
TlieMiami native, who majored -
in history and thought about be-
coining a journalist, figured that .
practicing medicine was the best
w6y to help the most people. He
enjoys the human experience
an I learning more about people.
FThe science is important, but
mngicine- especially primary
cal-is more about human be-
ha 'ior and helping the patient to
understand what is going on in
th*e body and, in some cases, in
the_ mind," Usow said.
|ow admitted at first he was
drren to become an expert on Dr. Eugene Uso
alLspects of science involved husband and fa
wtgmedical school and learning health departm
attlt all the drugs that were out
the. The interaction with peo- ent to cer
pl. hough, was what he eventu- "We wentto ce
allonged for. He said the first and Orlando," Usow
tvaw years of medical school, fortunately, made th
wtfh consisted of eight-hour moving there before
d4 filled almost exclusively It turned out almost
wiS lectures and lab work, were in the world nves in
"rj erable." wants to live in Orla
at wasn't really until the third be the golf, Mickey
yog of medical school when shopping.-there mt
ydutre in the,-cliniesand.Adospi- reason.
tals thatyou.really_ start.having 'He. o.rked a 3a
kind of the human experience of practices there, but
it," Usow said. decided to start his c
His internship and residency in Sebastian. Howe
Was. done in western Pennsyl- to a point where U
vania through the University to be able to leave
of .Pittsburgh Medical Center. office-something ts
It v4as quite a change being ad- to do running his ow
dressed as "doctor." rThat led him and
i"That was just kind of a Branford, where he
sxrrial-type of experience be- "Wealms Medcal Gro
cause it's a tremendous amount "We decided th
of responsibility," Usow said. for ourselves wasc
"You're still kind of in the mind- too much paperwork
sdt that you're a medical student. worrying about casl
Fbr two years, you've been in- -
titducing yourself as a medical ipp j
student." wh g 019i
As someone who grew up
i4 south Florida amidst all the
growth and construction indica-
tikve of that area; Usow said he
hhd never seen buildings being
demolished or met anybody in-
vblved in that line of work.
'Pennslyvania was a different (904)966-B
experience. He had heard about
the decline of industry in that
area prior to moving there, but it 133
really hit home when he person-
ally witnessed it and saw patients ""
who worked in demolition.
"They would walk into the
office, and they would look.
like Dick Van Dyke in 'Mary
Poppins,' all black and sooty,"
Uisow said.
SFor his part, Usow enjoyed the
people in western Pennsylvania,
saying they were wonderfull."
He met people who had lived in -.a
thle same neighborhood all their
lives. In fact, he met people who ".
simply did not want to cross any "'_ ,
of the many rivers in the area to
See a specialist, for example, in
another city. utgro
:"They're used to doing every-
tlqing in their own community,"
.Upow said.
*Usow .also 'met some inter- ,
testing colleagues, including .. -.. '
a:woman who began medical -'s
sdhqol at the age of 52. ,
i"She was a year behind me ina
Sthe program, so I was supervis-
ing her," Usow said. "I was in
my late 20s, and I was super- .
vising a woman in her mid-50s, "
which was kind of weird: She
krew more about life and things
inr general, and I knew more g f
about medicine." ...
'Usow's wife, Shana, became .:.
pregnant during the third year of '
hit residency. Even though, they
liked the area they were living .
in:, they decided to move back to '
FHorida, which is .where both his 1
arid Shana's families were.'


w, a University of Florida graduate,
their of two, is the new doctor at the
cents in Bradford and Union counties.


itral Florida
said. "I, un-
e mistake of
I got a job.
every doctor
n Orlando or
rndo. It must
Mouse, the
iust be some

c'uiple of
eventually
)wn ,practice
ver, it came
sow wanted
work at the,
hat was hard
'n practice.
his family to
worked for
ip.
at working
too hard-
k, too much
h flow, bill-


ing, licenses and this and that,"
Usow said. "I was looking for a
situatiofi where I could take care
of people of all ages, work hard,
get paid and go home."
When he's at home, Usow said
a lot of his time is spent with his
4- and 6-year-old sons, Benja-
min and Jason. He wonders how
he and his wife spent their time
before children.
"Having children is really
a life-changing experience,"
Usow said. "I don't know what
we did before kids. Probably we
were pretty lazy, I would think.
They're very time-intensive."
Usow and his wife have been
married seven years. She also
works in the medical field as a
registered nurse, but their rela-
tionship didn't come about the
way you might think.
"We met before she was a
nurse and before I was a doc-


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templating going in those direc-
tions. A lot of people think that
the doctor met the nurse at the
hospital. That wasn't the case."
As a UF graduate, Usow en-
joys cheering on the Gators in
athletics. He especially enjoys
watching Florida baseball. He,
has season tickets and enjoyed
the run the Gators made to the
College World Series champion-
ship finals last year.
"They're going to be back
there," Usow said. "The only
problem is (defending'champion)
South Carolina brought back the
same team, including that pitcher
we couldn't beat."
Working in Bradford and
Union counties allows Usow
and his family to live in Gaines-
ville, so he's close to McKethan
Stadium where the Gators play.
Working in Bradford and Union
counties also presents Usow with
the opportunity to help people
and address certain needs. He has
seen the County Health Rankings,
developed by the Robert Wood
Johnson Foundation and the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin Population
Health Institute, that show the
two counties near the bottom of
the rankings in terms of mortality
and morbidity statistics ambng
other Florida counties.
The challenge is for Usow and
the rest of the health department
staff to work together to address
those statistics.
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place where I can really make a
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speech, Jackson said. Jackson
said the professor told her, "I'm
still for the fat tax, but (Shire-
man) made a lot of good argu-
ments. I'm going to bring that up
in my class."
"It was persuasive, obvious-
ly," Jackson said of Shireman's
speech.
Shireman has had plenty of
practice presenting his speech to
various groups in the community
and once presented it at a Brad-
ford County School Board meet-
ing that was quite well attended.
"He did such a great job,"
Jackson said. "I told him, 'Jake,
if you can give it in front of
school board members and our
community leaders, plus all
these attendees, you can do it in
front of two judges.'"
Shireman, who even gave
an impromptu recitation for a
Telegraph-Times-Monitor jour-
nalist, said David Harris, one of
the Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center administrators,
was a big help in him improving
between the regional and state
conferences. Shireman said Har-
ris gave him pointers on how to
express certain words differently
and on adding enthusiasm to his
speech.
Jackson said Harris also en-
couraged Shireman to not rely
on note cards, even though the


competition allowed their use.
"I think those little things led
to his success," Jackson said.
Shireman was one of 14 Brad-
ford HOSA students to take part
in the state conference. ,
"Bradford was probably the
smallest school there," he said,
"but I imagine they were prob-
ably the loudest when I was (an-
nounced as) first."
Shireman, who has already
been accepted at Southern Ar-
kansas University and plans to
enroll in that school's registered
nurse program, will have-the
chance to present his speech at
the national conference, which
will be held in Orlando in late
June.
He's looking forward to it.
"It makes me feel good that
I'm the top persuasive speaker in
Florida," Shireman said, "but if I
can say (I am) in all of the U.S.,
that would be a lot better."
Shireman said he likes his
chances of winning at the na-
tional conference. Jackson said
she thinks he can win as well,
saying that it is quite an accom-
plishment to place first at the
state level in a state that has the
second-largest HOSA chapters
in the country.
"If you're number one in a
state as large as ours, then you
stand a very good chance even
though it will be against the
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e~ttCeS& editor@bctelegraph.com


Trail Ridge fest

a success
Dear Editor:
On behalf of the Trail Ridge
Organization, I would like to
take this opportunity to thank ev-
eryone for their cooperation and
efforts that made the eighth an-
nual Trail Ridge Festival a great
success.
To say "thank you" is not ad-
equate enough to express the ap-
preciation due Tom and Charles
Tatum and their families for their
continued support and dedication
to the Trail Ridge Festival.There-
fore, it was indeed an honor to
have the Tatum brothers-orig-
inal Gold Sponsors-participate
in the ribbon-cutting ceremony
and declare the festival open on
the newly constructed deck for
which they made such an enor-
mous contribution.
Congratulations to the newly
crowned Mr. and Ms. Trail Ridge
.Festival 2012-Mike Brown and
Abbie Massey-and Little Mr.,
and Little Miss Trail Ridge Fes-
tival 2012-Jordan Givens and
Destiny Brevaldo.
We thank Mr. Peronto and Mr.
Tew for their assistance; our ven-
dors, the Masons for providing
the Child ID program, the local
Cub Scouts, Pat Henry, the la-
dies who provided cakes for the
auction and all the people who
vohinteered hundreds of hours
of service before and during the
festival. Many of those attending
were extremely complimentary
and thought that this was the best
festival yet.
,To the many citizens and visi-
tors who attended, we offer our
heartfelt thanks and look forward
to seeing you next year on March
9. It could not have happened
without the service and commit-
ment of everyone. Again, thank
you to all.
Jimmie L. Scott,
President, Trail Ridge
Festival Organization

The next life
they save...
Dear Editor:
I would like to tell you about
a recent experience I had with
the Keystone Heights Fire De-
partment. On Monday, March
26, my wife and I had finished
eating dinner and everything
seemed. normal until I began get-
ting dizzy. I am a very healthy
54-year-old man who has never
had medical problems. I began
feeling more faint along with the
dizziness and my wife decided to
call 911.
It seemed to have taken a while
but, in reality, the paramedics
showed up at my door within just
a few minutes. They were very
polite and professional. They
took my vitals and an EKG and
explained the options that I had
under the circumstances.
'As a result, I wound up being
transported to the hospital. They
gave me nitro to lower my blood
pressure, but 'it did not work. I
was becoming more faint and
nauseated and my blood pressure
was getting so high I was actu-
ally pushing blood back into the
IV bag. The paramedic was very
confident and assuring. He put
pressure on the bag, forcing my
blood back into my body so he
could administer other medica-
tions to lower my pressure.
Once at the hospital, the para-
medics transferred the history of
my condition and medications
that I had been given to the at-
tending staff. It helped them pro-
vide the proper medical attention
I. needed. The following day I
saw a heart specialist and the day
after that I had a three-hour heart
surgery.
The dedication and ability
shown by the paramedics was
impressive to say the least. It
went a long way to bring comfort
in what was otherwise a scary
situation. I have always donated
to the fire department. However,
I never thought I would be the
one needing them. The purpose
of this letter is not only to thank


the paramedics but also to serve
as an example to the residents
of Keystone of how important
they are. Times are tough and
fora lot of people money is tight,
but when that fundraising let-
ter comes out bear in mind that
the next life they save could be
yours.
David Allison
Keystone Heights


To all Lawtey
PD haters.
Dear Editor:
I guess you have me figured
out. I seem to fit neatly into the
category you place me in. I'm
stereotyped, characterized, stan-
dardized, classified, grouped and
always typical. I'm the "lousy
cop." Unfortunately, the reverse
isn't true. I can never figure you
out.
From birth you teach your
children that I am the bogey-
man, and then you're shocked
when they identify me with my
traditional enemy, the criminal:
You accuse me of coddling ju-
veniles, until I catch your kid
doing something. You may take
an hour for lunch, and have sev-
eral coffee breaks each day, but
point me out as a loafer if you
see me having just one cup.
You pride yourself on your
polished manners, but think
nothing of interrupting my meals
at noon with your troubles. You
raise hell about the guy who
cuts you off in traffic, but let me
catch you doing the same thing
and I'm picking on yous You
know all the traffic laws, but
never got a single ticket you de-
served. You shout "foul" if you
observe me driving fast en route
to an emergency call, but liter-
ally raise hell if I take more than
10 seconds responding to your
call!
You call it "part of the job"
if someone strikes me, but it's
"policebrutality" if I strike back.
You wouldn't think of telling
your dentist how to pull a badly
decayed tooth, or your doctor
how to take out your appendix,
but you are always willing to
give me.a few pointers on law
enforcement. You talk to me in
a manner and use language that
would ensure a bloody nose from
anyone else, but you expect me
to stand and tlke it without bat-
ting an eye.
You cry, "Something has to
be done about all the crime!" but
you can't be bothered with get-
ting involved.


You've got no use for me at
all, but, of course, it's OK if I
change a tire for your wife, or
deliver your baby in the back
seat of my patrol car on the way
to the hospital, or save your
son's life with mouth-to-mouth
resuscitation, or work many
hours of overtime to find your
lost daughter.
So, Mr. Citizen, you stand
there on your soapbox and rant
and rave about the way I do my
job, calling me every name in
the book, but never stop a min-
ute to think that your property,
your family, or maybe your life
might depend on one thing: ME,
or one of my buddies. (Original
author unknown.)
Sincerely,
The Lousy Idiotic Cop
a/k/a Capt. Nathan R. Blom
Proud member of the Lawtey
Police Department

Pilot water
project for,
Lake Brooklyn
Dear Editor:
What is the reality of the (St.
Johns River)- water management
district's ability to fill Lake
Brooklyn?
Many are hopeful the govern-
ment agency has the solution.
With a half million dollars the
government can fix it, right?
All they need to do is study it
and figure it out. That is what a
half million dollars will do, study
it, not fix it. They already have
.20 years of data studying it. And
not just the water management
district, the U.S. Geological Ser-
vice has also been studying it.
The reports are all available to
the public.
The fact is that all the water
management district can do is
study it, and spend a bunch of
taxpayers' dollars in the pro-
cess.
As long as there are politi-
cians and voters who think the
government can fix anything,
the taxpayers will foot the bill.
This all comes from a state


law that mandates minimum
flows and levels (MFL). There
is an inherent flaw in this law
as it applies to the lake region.
1) In theory the water man-
agement district is supposed
to limit or stop consumptive
use permits for wells to re-
duce groundwater withdraw-
als so the lakes don't dry up.
The reality is no politician is
going to support anything that
will restrict development and
will boost the economy and
tax revenue for the counties
and state. Therefore, water use
permits will not be restricted
and never withdrawn once one
is issued. A case in point is now
the water management district
can issue 20-year permits. In
other words, let the next genera-
tion worry about it.
2) Where is the logic in in-
creasing pumping in the area as


a MFL solution? That is going
against the basic premise of
reducing groundwater with-
drawals as a solution. Reduc-
tion in pumping will only raise
water levels in the immediate
area around the pump. That is
why the MFL premise in the
lake region does not work.
3) Around here all the wa-
ter comes from rain. Can the
WMD make it rain? No, only
God can.
The fact is there is nothing
the water management dis-
trict can do politically or with
physical science that will keep
the lakes full.
The only thing the water man-
agement district can do is to find
out if local water use is having
an effect on the lakes. Then
something can be done about a
well that is not up to standards.
A well in Camp Blanding is


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1tSPRING REVIVAL


not local. Keystone Heights is.;
The data is already there.
It is time the people stopped),:
relying on the government to fix
things that it cannot fix. This is a
result of the people putting their
faith in government- instead of
God.
Do you want to see the drQught"
end? Why don't we as a corniu-
nity put our faith in God and ask;
Him to end the drought.
Why don't our area churches'
bring our community together;
for a time of fasting and prayer
to fill the lakes?
If it is God's will to fill th"e
lakes, He will do it with rain, not
with the government. It's time t9.
get back to the Bible as a com-;:
munity.
"Rapid Roy," a property
owner and taxpayer:
on Lake Brookln.-,


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Report:
Graham man
crashed into
fence, hid
under house
from deputies
Bradford deputies arrested a
River Bend Estates man after he
allegedly crashed an untagged
truck into a fence, left the crash,
then hid under a house while
deputies searched for him.
John Robert Stout, 20, of
Graham was charged with
leaving the scene of a crash
inVolving property damage and
with driving with a suspended
license. He was released April 3
after posting a $6,000 bond.
,According to a sheriff's office
report, a Graham man was
watching television after 11 p.m.
on April 2 when he heard a truck
trying to crank up. He went out
to his front yard and saw the truck
leave the scene and also noticed
thfe vehicle had hit a fence.
pTwo deputies searched for the
F15.0 -and found it at a nearby
r idence. They also looked in
tle house for the driver, Stout,
bit couldn't find him. As
deputies began to search the
area for the man, Stout came out
fiom under the' house and gave
himself up.
sThe 20-year-old told deputies
tiht while driving the Ford, he
was adjusting the radio, came
upon a curve and crashed into
a'fence. He added that he left
tl&e crash scene and hid from
deputies because his driver's
license was suspended.
.The charges against Stout are
nt proven and he is presumed
innocent until adjudicated guilty
by a.dourt.

-Police: woman

attacked
officer with
car keys
* Starke police said they arrested
a Pleasant Grove woman after
she struck a patrol officer in the
face with a key April 3.
Tasha Lynn Ehlert, 24, was
charged with resisting an officer
w ith violence,resisting an officer
without violence, aggravated
battery on a law enforcement
officer and assault.
-'ccording to a police report,
Srke patrol officer Amanda
aV lace tried to detain Ehlert
diing an investigation of a
tr~ic crash at the comer of
Cdarch and Bridges streets.
-_The officer wrote in a report
that she tried to detain the
24-year-old who was holding
some carkeys in her hand. After
grabbing the woman, Ehlert tried
to pull away.
Wallace wrote that she
'performed a leg sweep on the
suspect, taking both women to
t,,ground.
LJpon striking the ground,
Tha was able to roll over and
sratck me in the face with the
ke in hand."
lhe wound punctured the
officer's bottom lip and Ehlert
wa. able to hit and kick.Wallace
s Vral more times before
Wallace reached her taser and
shocked the attacker. Other
o bkers then restrained and
h cuffed the 24-year-old.
|MS personnel examined
Wallace on scene. The officer
then drove herself to Shands
Sh ke for further treatment. and
w$ later released.

Man doing
'speed trap
outreach'

arrested by
I wtey police
^. St. Augustine man,
forming what he said was
ed trap outreach" by holding
u -a sign to passing motorists
otU.S. 301 entering Lawtey,
~Mfining them of the town's
tiafic enforcement, was arrested
by'Lawtey police April 2. o


cars passing by. As I approached
the scene I noticed that the
vehicle...was parked illegally. I
made contact with the male and
asked him to provide me with
identification. He refused."
The confrontation occurred at
the intersection of U.S. 301 and
C.R. 125.
Hughes added that Gray
continued to refuse his request
for ID and the officer then
arrested him.
On his Youtube channel,
HonorYourOath, Gray claimed
that he was not parked illegally,
but in the parking lot of a
restaurant. He added that when
police approached him, he was
engaging in the same "speed
trap outreach" activity he had'
many times before done without
incident. He also claimed that
he videotaped the entire episode
and that the video "will prove the
Lawtey officers' charges to be
lies. Only problem is, my video
is in custody of Lawtey PD as
evidence. This is an obvious
attempt at intimidation, with the
goal of stopping my free speech
right to protest their speed trap."
Later, Gray obtained the video
from Sheriff Gordon Smith and
wrote, "When I explained my
case to Sheriff Gordon Smith he
immediately overrode Lawtey
PD and returned my property. I
then showed the video to Sheriff
Smith, and he said I did nothing
illegal. I am asking the state
attorney of Bradford County
to immediately drop charges
against me."

Sheriff's
sergeant
tackles woman
as she reaches
house
A -Bradford sheriff's
sergeant pursuing a speeder
tackled the suspect just as she
entered a S.R. 16 home.
Sgt. Christopher Bennett wrote
in a report that'ie was.conducting
stationary traffic enforcement in
Pleasant Grove on April 3, along
Northwest 177th Street, when he
spotted a red Chevrolet Cobalt
doing 55 in the 30 'mplt'zone.
Bennett wrote that the Chevy
turned onto S.R. 16 and reached
90 mph as it crossed over C.R.
233. Soon thereafter, the Cobalt
pulled into a S.R. 16 residence;
According to the sergeant, the
driver hopped out of the car and
ran toward the house. Bennett
caught up to her just as she
entered a room off the carport
and tackled the woman.
The driver was later identified
as Sherri Foreman Roberts.
The sergeant wrote he found
pieces of crack cocaine in
Roberts' car. He charged the
48-year-old with resisting an
officer without violence, fleeing
and eluding and possession of
cocaine.
The charges against Roberts
have not been proven and she
is presumed innocent until
adjudicated guilty by a court.

Inspectors: CO
slipped two
cell phones to
FSP inmate
A Worthington Springs man
remains in the Bradford County
Jail on a $300,000 bond after
DOC inspectors accused him of
smuggling two cell phones to a
Florida State Prison inmate.
Roy Lee Jackson, Jr., 29 was
charged March 29, with two


counts of introducing contraband
into a correctional facility.
The accusations against
Jackson are not proven and
he is presumed innocent until
adjudicated,guilty by a court.
According to a DOC
inspector's report, a correctional
officer found the two phones
on an inmate during a patdown
search in the prison's clinic Nov.
27. An inspector later received a
tip that the inmate got the phone
,,from a Broward County man-,
Korian Dunkley-serving a 35-
year sentence for armed robbery.
Investigators then viewed
video of Dunkley's cell and on
the recording, saw Jackson, a
correctional officer, pass' the
phones to the inmate.
Another inmate said he saw
Jackson give the cell phones
to Dunkley, while an inmate
runner told inspectors he saw the
correctional officer take the cell
phones from a lunch bag.
Investigators wrote in the
report that they then reviewed
video of the prison's main
entrance gate where they saw
Jackson enter the facility through
metal detectors empty-handed
and walk into the canteen area.
After about two minutes, Jackson
left the building through the main
entrance gate and 20 minutes later
re-entered the building through
the same gate with the lunch bag,
bypassing the metal detectors.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,

Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties. All
individuals on this report are pre-
sumed innocent until adjudicated
guilty by a court.
Ivan Dale Alexander, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested April 8
by Union deputies for aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon.
William Douglas Ambrose,
56, of Starke was arrested April
4 by Starke police for posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he remained in jail
at press time
Reynaldo Antonio Aviles, 31,
of Hampton was arrested April 5
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended or revoked license.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released April 5.
William Barber, 50, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
7 by Clay deputies for petit
theft.
Cody Daniel BeBee, 19, of
Gainesville was arrested April
5 by Bradford deputies for two
felony probation violations. He
remained in jail at press time.
Ronda Kimberly Bryant, 39,
of Starke was arrested April 3
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended or revoked license.
Bond was set at $10,000 and she
was released April 4.
Joe Luis Cirerol, 26, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested by
Starke police April 6 for posses-
sion of narcotics equipment, pos-
session of cocaine and a driving
with a suspended or revoked li-
cense. Bond was set at $80,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
William James Costello, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 3 by Bradford deputies for
fleeing and eluding. Bond was
set at $10,000 and he was re-
leased April 3.
Ryan Christopher Demar, 29,
of Starke was arrested April 9


by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of marijuana and posses-
sion of narcotics equipment. He
remained in jail at press time.
Lester Scott Dyess, 61, of Fort
White was arrested April 4 by
Union deputies for a felony pro-
bation violation.
Christopher Daniel Emanuel,
32, of Starke was arrested April
8 by Bradford deputies for an
unnatural and lascivious act.
Bond was set at $50,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Devin Demetrius Fate, 21, of
Lake City was arrested April 9
by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$30,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Allen Fernandez, 58, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
3 by Clay deputies for violating
ah injunction for protection. .
Robert D George, 22, of Starke
was arrested April 3 by Bradford
deputies for driving with a sus-
pended or revoked license. He
was released on April 8.
Dawn Gordon, 46, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
3 by Clay deputies for battery.
Danwand Lee Green, 31, of
Starke was arrested April 8 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Shawnita D. Hires, 38, of Mel-
rose was arrested by Bradford
deputies April 9 for a misde-
meanor probation violation. She
remained in jail at press time.
Raymond George Hunlock,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 9 by Union deputies for
driving with a suspended or re-
voked license.
Phillip Lee Jackson, 50, of
Raiford was arrested April 7 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of cocaine, driving with a sqs-
pended or revoked license, DUI
and possession of marijuana.
Bond was set at $50,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Michael Lloyd James, 37, of
.Lake Butler was arrested April


9 by Union deputies folr posses-
sion of marijuana, possession
of marijuana with intent to sell,
possession of cocaine and pos-
session of narcotics equipment.
Ashlee Faye Jenkins, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested April 9
for counterfeiting.
Charles David Jones, 35, of
Starke was arrested April 7 by
Starke police for failure to ap-
pear. Bond was set at $4,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Jerry Ryan Jones, 38, of Lake
Butler was arrested April 9 for
possession of marijuana, pos-
session of cocaine with intent to
sell.
Joseph James Lacy, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
9 by Union deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana, possession of
cocaine with intent to sell, pos-
session of narcotics equipment,
and possession of marijuana
with intent to sell.
Christi Lynn Nipper, 41, of
Brooker was arrested April 9 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $5,000
and she remained in jail at press
time.
Melvin Louis Noisette Jr.
35, of Lake Butler was arrested
April 9 by Union deputies for
possession of narcotics equip-
ment, possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, possession of
marijuana and possession of co-
caine with intent to sell.
Graham Wesley Parrish, 22,of
Lake Butler was arrested April 4
by Union deputies for a felony
probation violation.
Albert Rhodes, 40, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
4 by Clay deputies for petit
theft.
Derrick Searcy, 32, of Starke
was arrested by Green Cove
Springs police for driving with-
out a valid license.
Theodore Smothers, 47, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 7 by Clay deputies for
driving with a suspended or re-


voked license.
Christopher Allen Spaul'ding,
22, of Jacksonville was arrested
April 7 by Starke police for a:,
driving without a valid license.,
Bond was set at $500'and he was
released April 8.
John Martin Spatilding, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested by
Starke police for possession of..
narcotics equipment and posses-
sion of marijuana. Bond was set
at $20,000 and he was released
April 8.
John Benjamin Stephens, 38,,
of Gainesville was arrested by'
Starke police for driving with a
suspended or revoked license.
Bond was set at $500 and he was'
released April 5.
Matthew Blade Stitt, 17, of
Lake Butler was arrested April"
4 by Union deputies for criminal
mischief with property damage,
burglary, larceny, petit theft,
robbery and aggravated battery.
Shannon Svitek, 31, of Key-:,
stone Heights was arrested April:
4 by Clay deputies for grand-,
theft.
Justin Taylor, 29, of Keystone"
Heights was arrested April 4 by '
Clay deputies for driving with a
suspended or revoked license.
Jenna Renee Todd, 26, of,
Lake Butler was arrested April
9 by Union deputies for pos-I
session of cocaine with intent..
to sell, possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, possession of
marijuana and possession of nar-,,
cotics equipment.
Travis Vasquez, 23, of Key--
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5 by Clay deputies for crimi-
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against an informant.
Kyle William Wilkinson, 30,'
of Lawtey was arrested April'
6 by Lawtey police for driving"
with a suspended' license. Bond'
was set at $10,000 and he re-
mained in jail at press time.
Edward Lamar Williams, 43,
of Starke was arrested April 3 by
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The K-Kids of Starke
Elementary School (a group
sponsored by the Kiwanis i
Clubof Starke) held its annual
duck race at the Starke Golf
and Country Club on April 6, which raised approximately
:$650. NEAR RIGHT: Melisa Noble had the second-place
"duck, winning $150. FAR RIGHT: K-Kids sponsor Sherree
Alvarez, third-place winner Steve Dara, first-place winner
Johnnie Mosley, K-Kids sponsor Cheryl Canova and
K-Kids members Jewel Stifel and Blake McKenzie. Mosley
and Dara won $200 and $100, respectively. Joel Toigo,
an independent Aflac agent, was the event sponsor.


ABOVE LEFT: Dumping the ducks into Alligator Creek to start the race are (1-r) K-Kids members Blake McKenzie,
LeAnn Hilliard, Jontrell Evans and Jewel Stifel, and K-Kids sponsor Cheryl Canova. ABOVE RIGHT: K-Kids
member LeAnn Hilliard watches the ducks as they float by. Photos by Cliff Smelley.


Retiring Air Guard sergeant trained 700-plus students


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Members of Camp Blanding's
202nd RED HORSE (Rapid En-
gineer Deployable Heavy Op-
erational Repair Squadron) said
goodbye to a 22-year member of
their team Friday. Master Sgt.
Gary E. Adams retired after 28
years of service in the U.S. Air
force and Air National Guard.
Adams began his career at
Holloman Air Force Base,-
N.M.,with the 479th Component
Repair Squadron supporting the
Northrop T-38 Talon aircraft.
In 1990, he transferred to the
Air National Guard with the
RED HORSE. Eight years later,
he accepted an instructor posi-
tion with the Weather Readiness
Training Center, specializing
in teaching Humvee preventive
maintenance checks and servic-


es. During his 13-year tenure, he
taught more than 700 students.
Maj. John Waltbillig, the com-
mandant of the Weather Readi-
ness Training Center, used two
words to describe his departing
subordinate.
"Sgt. Adams is an awesome
man," he said.
Waltbillig added: "The things
that he is most remembered for
are... his versatility and adapt-
ability. Sgt. Adams is a can-do
kind of guy.'
The major said Adams joined
the unit as a vehicle mechanic,
then moved into cyber systems
operations before becoming an
instructor.
"I didn't know he could
teach," Waltbillig said, but add-
ed that Adams thrived in his new
role.
"He just came in and stole the
show."
Waltbillig said Adams has
served as a mentor to many
young airmen.


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'Gabe' Cox
STARKE-Gabriel Mykal
Angelus "Gabe" Cox, 3, of Starke
passed away on April 8, 2012, in
the Wolfson Children's Hospital in
Jacksonville.
Gabe was born on Nov. 3,
2008, in Gainesville and had
courageously battled the cancer
known as Neuroblastoma for the
past.two years. Gabe and his family
are members of the Highland First
Baptist Church of Starke.
He was preceded in -death by
a brother, Mykah Cox, paternal
grandparents, Barbara Robinson
artd Wayne Cox, and maternal
grandmother, Judy Danella.
Gabe is survived by: his parents,
Travis and Jennifer Danella Cox of
Starke; siblings, Joseph Danella and
Triniti Cox, both of Starke; maternal
grandfather, John Danella Sr. of-
Starke; and his aunts and uncles,
John Danella Jr., Tina Sherrod, Sue
Little, Terri Johnson and Chris Cox.
Funeral services will be held at 5'
p.m. on Thursday, April 12, in the
chapel of the Dees-Parrish Family
Funeral Home with Pastor Gary
Melvin conducting the services.
Burial -will follow in Forest Lawn
Memorial Gardens. The family will
receive friends for one hour prior to
the funeral service.
In lieu of flowers the family
requests that memorial donations
be made to account #7112 at any
Peoples State Bank location.
Arrangements are under the direction
of th6 Dees-Parrish Family Funeral
Home of Lake City. You may sign
the online family guestbook at www.
parrishfamilyfuneralhome.com.


Angie Eddings
STARKE-Angelina Lucia
Dicandio Eddings, 69, of Starke
passed away April 10, 2012, at
Haven Hospice in Gainesville.
Ms. Eddings was a longtime area
resident who managed Kentucky
Fried Chicken for many years before
her retirement.
She is survived by: numerous
loving brothers and sisters; her best
friend and caretaker, Mary Rainey;.
her daughter, Julia H. Griffith; her
son-in-law, Mark Griffith; and her
granddaughter, Destiny Griffith.
Services will be held on Friday,
April 13, at 11 a.m. at the Church
of the Nazarene on Bessent Road
in Starke with Pastor Mike Meqks
conducting the services.
PAID OBITUARY


David Ennis
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-David
Earl Ennis, 58, a lifelong resident
of Keystone Heights, passed away
April 3,2012, at his residence.
He was born on Dec. 11, 1953,
in Jacksonville. He was preceded in
death by: his parents and his sisters,
Sandee Tyler and Geraldine Lowe.
He is survived by: siblings, Sha-
ron Barker of Keystone Heights,
Sam Ennis; Max Ennis and Celia
Ennis; and his fiance, Gail Mur-
rhee.
Graveside services will be held
at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, April 17, in
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
Elder O'Brian conducting the ser-
vices. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights.

Jo Ella Hardy
BRADFORD COUNTY--Jo*
Ella Barry Hardy, 89, passed away
April 7,2012, at E.T. York Hospice


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Mrs. Hardy was born on June 3,
1922, in Brooker to the late "Otis
Barry and Mattie 'illis Barry. She
was a lifelong resident of Bradford
County.
She was a homemaker and a
longtime member of First Baptist
Church. She was also a member
of the Starke Women's Club. Mrs.
Hardy was part of the CRS Card
Group, was a supporter of the Santa
Fe College Foundation, and was a
member of Starke Altrusa and of the
Order of the Eastern Star.
She was preceded in death by her
husband of 58 years, J.E. Hardy.
She is survived by: daughters,
Janet (Jim) Sapp of Marietta, Ga.,
Jayne (David) Mendenhall of Ath-
ens, Ga., June (Carroll) Schlader
of St. Johns; six grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.'
Memorial services for Mrs. Hardy
will be held Thursday, April 12, at
11 a.m. in the First Baptist Church
of Starke with the Rev. Ben Bryant
conducting the services. Burial will
be private in Crosby Lake Cem-
etery.
In lieu of 'flowers, contributions
may be made to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gaines-
ville, FL 32606. or the First Bap-
tist Church Youth Camp, P.O. Box
1258, Starke, FL 32091. Arfange-
ments are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Online condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.


Wallace Johns
LAKE BUTLER- Wallace
Gregory Johns, 68, of Lake Butler
passed away at his home, April 8,
2012, following a brief illness.
He was born in Jacksonville to
the late Loys Johns and Vera Gain-
ey Johns. Mr. Johns was preceded in
death by his son, Michael.
He is survived by: his wife of
44 years, Brigitte K. Johns; his
daughter, Rita Johns of Lake Butler;
brothers, Benny Johns and Larry
Johns, both of Lake Butler; three
grandchildren and one great-grand-
daughter.
Funeral services were held on
April 11 in the chapel of Archer Fu-
neral Home in Lake Butler with El-
der Roger Pinkston conducting the
services. Burial followed in Elzey
Chapel Cemetery under the care of
Archer Funeral Home.


Walter Kennedy
ORLANDO-Capt. Waltor Ju-
lius Kennedy, U.S. Navy (ret.), 82,
passed away peacefully at Florida
Hospital in Orlando on April 5,
2012, surrounded by his family.
He was born in Brooklyn, N.Y.,
on Feb. 24, 1930, to Julia and Wal-
ter Kennedy. He attended Brooklyn
Technical Institute High School and
went on to attend the U.S. Merchant
Marine Academy at Kings Point,
from which he graduated with a
bachelor's of science in electrical
engineering.
Walter served 29 years in the U.S.
Navy. During that time, he also at-
tended the U.S. Naval Postgraduate
School and earned his master's of
science in management. He fought
in both the Korean and Vietnamn
wars. He served as captain of the
destroyer USS Herbert J. Thomas.
He was awarded four Bronze Stars
for service, as well as numerous
medals.
After retiring from the Navy,
Walter taught math at the middle
school level in Palatka, DeLand and
Maitland as a substitute teacher. He
was beloved by all the children he


taught.
Walter was a vestry member and
senior warden at St. Anne's Epis-
copal Church in Keystone Heights.
He was a lay Eucharist minister at
St. Barnabas' Episcopal Church in
Deland. And lastly, Walter was a
member of St. Michael's Episcopal
Church in Orlando.
He was an alumni member of
both the Brooklyn Technical Insti-
tute and the U.S. Merchant Marine
Academy. He was a founding mem-
ber of the Central Florida Bearded:
Collie Club in 1978 and served as its
treasurer from 1978 to 2010. Walter
was also a member of the Military
Officers Association of America.
Walter married his-wife, Jean,
on May 23, 1953, and they had 58
wonderful years together. He was a
devoted husband, father and grand-
father. He cherished his family. His
wife, Jean, as well as his three chil-
dren, Kathy Cox of Winter Park and
her husband, Chazz, Walter Ken-
nedy of St. Augustine and his wife,
Sara, and Karen Norvell of Ormond
Beach and her husband, Wik, sur-
vive Walter. He is also survived by
nine grandchildren, Trace, Taylor,
Travis,Tanner and Trentofi Norvell,
Katherine, Walter and David Ken-
nedy and Courtney Cox. He was
loved and will be greatly missed.
A memorial service will be held
on Monday, April 16, at 11 a.m.
at St. Michael'sEpiscopal Church
at 2499 N. Westmoreland Drive in
Orlando. In lieu of flowers, Wal-
ter requested that memorials in his
memory be sent to the Vietnam Vet-
erans of America, 8719 Colesville
Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910,
phone 800-882-1316 or 301-585-
4000. Arrangements are under the
care of Baldwin Fairchild Funeral
Home in Orlando.
PAID OBITUARY

Christopher
McGarry
STARKE-John Christopher
McGarry, 49, of Starke passed away
on April 4, 2012, following an ex-
tended illness.
Mr. McGarry was born in New
York, N.Y., -on April 28, 1962,
and was of the Catholic faith. He
had received his master's degree
in music and was a music liturgist,
playing the organ and being a choir
director for the Catholic Church in
New Jersey before moving to Starke
two years ago.
,His parents, John and Mary Mc-
Garry, had preceded him in death.
He is survived by: his domestic
partner of 12 years, Christopher L.
Brooks of Starke; his sister, Tara
(Michael) Famularo-Del Bianco of
Farmingdale, N.Y.; his biological
mother, Adele Famularo of Baby-
lon, N.Y.; his mother and stepfather,
Joyce and Mario Valdez of Jackson-
ville; and his father and stepmother,
Turner L. and Sharon Brooks of
Starke.
A memorial service will be held
at a later'date. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke. Online condolences may be
left at www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Louise Prater
JACKSONVILLE- Clara "Lou-
ise" Prater, 84, of Jacksonville died
April 7, 2012, at Community Hos-
pice.
Ms. Prater was born in Marion,
Ohio, on April 24, 1927, to the late
Donald and Lurana Higgins Edler.
Prior to moving to Jacksonville, Ms.
Prater had been a longtime resident
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Heights Cemetery. Arrangements
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Frances Strube
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Fran-
ces Scheibe Strube, 80, a long-
time resident of Keystone Heights,
passed away at her home April 10,
2012.
Mrs. Strube was born on Sept.
21, 1931, in Tallahassee to the late
Werner A. Scheibe and Zena Vest
Scheibe. Prior to her retirement, she
had worked for the State Board of
Health in Jacksonville and then the
Lake Region Monitor for several
years. Mrs. Strube was a member
of the Trinity Baptist Church and
enjoyed traveling. Her husband of
59 years, Jack "Ed" Strube Sr. had
preceded her in death in 2010.
Survivors are: her three sons,
Bruce A. Strube and his wife, Phyl-
lis, Tom C. Strube and Jack E.
Strube Jr. and his wife, Barbara,
all of Keystone Heights. She also
leaves behind: her two sisters, Hel-
en LaVangie and Betty Rice, both
of Keystone Heights; one brother,
Robert Scheibe of Georgia; and
three grandchildren, Kenneth Strube
and his wife, Amy, of Valdosta, Ga.,
Stephanie Chatham and her hus-
band, Aaron, of Jacksonville Beach
and .Jackson Strube of Keystone
Heights; many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, April 14, at 11 a.m. in
Trinity Baptist Church with Pastor
James Peoples officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family has
requested that contributions please
be made to Haven Hospice, 6400
St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher. Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights, www.jonesgal-
lagherfh.com.


Wayne
Wilkinson
STARKE-Edward Wayne
Wilkinson, 58, of Starke passed
away April 9, 2012, at Shands UF.
He was born on May 17, 1953,
in Jacksonville to the late Forest
Wilkinson and Katherine Suddath
Wilkinson. He was raised in Ar-
kansas on Petit Jean Mountain. He
moved to Lawtey in 1981 and then


to Starke in 1984. He was of the
Protestant faith.
Mr. Wilkinson served in the U.S.
Air Force, and had a law enforce-
ment career that spanned more
than 20 years, during which time
he achieved the rank of lieutenant.
He served the communities of Bald-
win, Lawtey, Starke and Bradford
County.
He is survived by: his wife of 12
years, Cynthia Thourot Wilkinson
of Starke; -children, Michael (Pat)
Blalock of Orange Park, Lisa Bla-
lock of Lawtey, Trina Czarowitz
of Macclenny, Emery (Melody)
McDaniel III, Annastasia (Cayce)
McDaniel and Erin (Eric) Smith, all
of Starke; siblings, Corrinne Green
of Jacksonville, Charles Blitch and
Eugene Blitch, both of Tampa; and
10 grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
on Friday, April 13, at 6 p.m. in
Madison Street Baptist Church in
Starke with the Rev. Justin Kirksey
conducting the services.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher .Fuperal Home
of Starke. Online condolences may
be left at www.jonesgallagherfh.
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Jeanne Alberta Wood, 77, of Key-
stone Heights passed away at her
home April 4,2012.
Mrs. Wood was born in Lincoln,
Neb., on July 28, 1934, to the late
James and Sarah Shaner Wright
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Clarence Wood; sis-
ters Zola Ford, Ila Mae Lennox and
Eva Porter; and her brother, Buryl
Wright.
She is survived by: sons, Zachary
(Heather) Andrews of Gainesville,
Jimmy (Cecelia) Andrews of Key-
stone Heights, the Rev. Barry An-
drews of Jacksonville; stepchildren,
Richard (Janice) Wood of Mary-
land, Nancy (Ron) Christian of
Ocala, Becky Raymond of Orange
Park and Brad (Cecelia) Wood of
Tampa; brothers, Lyle Wright and
Wilbur Wright, both of California;
five grandchildren, six step-grand-
children; and two step great-grand-
children.
Memorial services were held
April 10 in the Keystone Heights


United Methodist Church with the
Rev. Tom Farmer the Rev. Barry
Andrews conducting the services.
In lieu 'of flowers the family has
requested that contributions be
made to the Florida United Method-
ist Children's Home, 51 Children's
Way, Enterprise, FL 32725. Ar-
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Keystone's Verschaeve qualifies for state with win at Section 4 meet

BY CLIFF SMELLEY Bradford's Phillip James, who 250), while Keystone had three
SRegional News/Sports Editor was third with a 640 total (350, fifth-place lifters: Lane Blanton


Keystone Heights weightlifter
Nick Verschaeve won the
Section 4-lA championship
in; the 199-pound class, thus
ensuring that he will compete
in thie upcoming Florida High
School Athletic Association
Fi~hs, which will be held April
20-,l in Kissimmee.
I.ch winner at the Section 4
mf, which was held April 5
at ; ker County High School
in ..en St. Mary, qualified for
st,; as did the winners of the
other section meets throughout
the state. However, several more
area lifters may get the chance to
corhpete at state. The remaining
field of competitors at the state
finals will be determined after
the "best totals from all the
section meets are compared. ..
Verschaeve's 670-pound total
(385 bench press, 285 clean
andjerk) in the 199 class was
30 pounds better than the next
two lifters, one of whom was'


290).
Keystone's John McCormick
was the Section 4 runner-up in
the 154 class with a 535 pound
total-5 pounds behind the class
winner. He had a 290- bench
press and a 245 clean and jerk.
McCormick and Bradford's
James, along with Verschaeve,
earned ribbons, which were
awarded to the top three in each
weight class.
Keystone had three lifters earn
fourth-place finishes: Brandon
Johnson with a 400 total (210,
190) in the 139 class,John Brown
with a 460 total (230,230) in the
154 class and Chase Musselman
with a 505 total (260,245) in the
169 class.
Union County's Jacob Merriex
earned a fourth-place finish as
well with a 585 total (320, 265)
in the heavyweight class.
Raymond Randolph earned a
fifth-place finish for Union in the
183 class with a 535 total (285,


in the 129 class with a 380 total
(190, 190), Colton Cade in the
219 class with a 570 total (275,
295) and Garrett Arrington in
the 238 class with a 475 total
(240,235).
Bradford's Tyler Shannahan
was sixth in the 154 class within
440 total (230,210), while fellow
BHS lifter Wyatt Manning was
seventh in the 183 class with a
.530 total (275,255).
Angel Rodriguez and Andrew
Stanley earned a pair of seventh-
place finishes for Keystone.
Rodriguez had a 365 total (190,
175) in the 129 class, while
Stanley had a 480 total (270,
210) in the heavyweight class.
Keystone's Kevin Johns and
Gavin Davis placed eighth and
ninth, respectively, in the 183
class. Johns had a 515 total (265,
250), while Davis had,a 505 total
(280,225).


Keystone Heights' Nick Verschaeve competes in the clean and jerk at the Section
4-Class 1A state-qualifying meet. Verschaeve was the only lifter from Keystone,
Bradford or Union County to place first and guarantee a spot in the state finals.


;, ABOVE: Bradford's Phillip James earned a third-place finish in the 199-pound i
-,lass. RIGHT: Keystone's John McCormick was runner-up in the 154-pound class. .... .*


Norman

Scords
shutout in 5-0
Bradford win
over Keystone

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
'Regional News/Sports Editor


IKendall Norman struck out
l batters and allowed just three
hits as the Bradford baseball
team defeated visiting Keystone
I"eights 5-0 .in a District 5;4A
gameon April 3.
Norman (1-2) gave up no walks
iA helping Bradford earn a district
Win for the fourth time in the last
five games. The Tornadoes were
45 in the district prior to playing
Williston this past Tuesday..
There wasn't much offense in
tle game, with Bradford batters
getting a collective four hits.
i Norman and Austin Russell
each drove in a run, while
I ussell was 3-for-3 in stolen-
baseattempts.
|*ith" pitcher Adam Bryan
sj,'ng the game for Keystone,
itWs a scoreless affair until the
ffrth, when Bradford scored
ope run. The Tornadoes later
addTd four runs in the sixth.
i t .was the eighth straight loss
for Keystone, which would
thln go on to lose 8-5 to district
opponent Williston on April 5.
ite loss to Williston dropped the
Indians to 2-6 in district play.
-keystone (4-13) played
district .opponent Santa Fe this
last Tuesday and will host-
district opponent Interalchertf
on Thursday, April 12, at 7
p.m. On Saturday, April 14, the
Ihdians travel to Gainesville
before returning home 4to play
Ridgeview on Monday, April 16,
,a 4 p.m.

EHS adds 2 wins over non-
district teams
i The win over Keystone began a
three-game winning streak as the
Tornadoes defeated Ridgeview
1-0 on April 4 and Forrest 10-5
oh April 5.
J Jacob Luke hit a home run in
the top of the fourth to provide
the only run in Bradford's win
oyer Ridgeview in Orange Park.
torman and David Young each
hit a double.
Pitcher Tyler Yowell (4-3)
almost got a no-hitter under his
belt. He gave up one run and no
Walks, while striking out nine.
In the game against Forrest,
which was played in Starke,
Bradford scored the first nine
rains with three each in the first,
sWcond and third innings.
INorman and Devin Paulk, who
Sas 3-for-4, each had three RBI,
Sixth Norman hitting a home run.
J ickson Reddish was 2-for-4with


a double, while Wyatt Collins
and David Hall each had an RBI.
Carson Yowell hit a double.
Paulk and Russell were 3-for-
3 and 2-for-2, respectively, in
stolen-base attempts.
Starting pitcher Collins (3-3)
earned the win, giving up one
run on one\hit and twvo walks
over three innings. He had four
strikeouts.
In three innings of relief,
Russell gave up one run on three
hits and no walks. He, too, had
four strikeouts.
Reddish and -Fred Belz also
pitched.
The Tornadoes (8-10 prior to
April 10) were scheduled to play
Clay in Green Cove Springs on
Wednesday, April 11, at 5:30
p.m. before returning home
to play Eastside on Thursday,
April 12, at 6 p.m. On Monday,
April 16, Bradford will travel to
Jacksonville to play Forrest at 6
p.m.

Union baseball
team suffers 1st
district loss

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Chiefland scored six
unanswered runs in the final
two innings to defeat the Unioh
County baseball team 12-11 on
April 5.
It was the first District 7-1A
loss for the Tigers.
Union (14-5, 6-1) scored
seven runs in the third to go up
10-1, but the Indians put together
consecutive five-run innings in
mounting a comeback.


Colby Cothren and Chris
Starling were 2-for-2 and 2-for-
4, respectively, for the Tigers.
Starling had a double and drove
in three runs.
Kyle .Shealy hit a double and
had two RBI, while the following
each had an RBI: Dylan Allen,
Chance Bailey, Austin Harden,
Dustin Hersey and Cole Kite.
The Tigers had eight hits and
drew eight walks. Four batters
were hit by pitches.
Union played district opponent
Newberry this past Tuesday and
was scheduled o host P.K. Yonge
on Wednesday, April 11, at 4:30
p.m. The Tigers travel to Jasper
on Thursday, April 12, to play
Hamilton County at 6:30 p.m.
They then travel to Lake City
on Tuesday, April 17, to play
Columbia at 7 p.m.

Earlier result:

Trenton 2 UCHS 1
The Tigers were held to four
hits in a 2-1 loss to visiting
Trenton on April 3.
Bailey was 2-for-3 with a
double and drove in Union's
only run. Cothren had a double
as well.
The loss snapped an eight-
game winning streak.

5-1 loss caps
2-2 showing
for BHS in
tournament

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Westminster Christian took


advantage of five singles in the
third inning to score three runs
in handing the Bradford softball
team a 5-1 loss in the teams' final
game of the annual Kissimmee
Klassic, which was played April
5-7.
Bradford (18-5 prior to April
10) went 2-2 in the tournament,
in which Taylor Cruce and
Leanna Norman each had four
RBL. Cruce, Norman and Ashley
Johnson batted .400 -or better
for the tournament, with Lainie
Rodgers batting .385,: -.. -
It was a 3-2 week.overall for
the Tornadoes, who defeated
District 5-4A opponent Williston
11-1 on April 3.
Rodgers and Johnson were
responsible for the Tornadoes'
lone run in the loss to
Westminster Christian. The duo
hit back-to-back doubles in the
bottom of the first, with Rodgers
scoring on Johnson's hit to put
Bradford up 1-0.
Johnson finished 2-for-2,
while Rodgers was 2-for-3.
Pitcher Ashton Adkins (13-4)
gave up three earned runs on 12
hits and no walks.
The Tornadoes played
Ridgeview this past Tuesday and
will cap the regular season on
Thursday, April 12, by hosting
Oak Hall at 6 p.m.
Bradford, which finished with
a 7-3 record in district play, will
be the third seed in the District 5
tournament, which the Tornadoes
will also host. They will play


sixth seed Williston at 7 p.m. on
Tuesday, April 17, following a
game between fourth seed Fort
White and fifth seed Interlachen
at 5 p.m.
If the Tornadoes win, they
will play a semifinal game
against second seed Santa Fe on


Thursday, April 19, at 7 p.m.

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THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


Brown, Johnson, Robinson

show top swine at BC Fair


This year's swine auction at the
Bradford County Fair included
95 animals, including the grand
champion/homegrown grand
champion shown by Kenneth
"Doot" Brown, the reserve grand
champion shown by Kinedy
Johnson and the homegrown
reserve grand champion" shown
by Corey Robinson.
Brown's animal sold for $20
per pound, while the animals
of Johnson and Robinson sold
for $16 and $3.75 per pound,
respectively.
* Every animal sold for at least
$3 per pound in the end. A&M
Recovery and Mark Strickland
added the necessary money for
every animal that originally sold
for less that amount.
The remaining exhibitors
and the prices per pound their
animals sold for are as follows:
Ashley Brewer, $10; Chase
Wood, $3; Teigan Rengering,
$3.50; Lauren Sellers, $3;
Destiny Griffith (Bradford
County Senior FFA), $5;
Miranda Merritt, $3.25; Shelbey'
Spratlin, .$3; Logan Morneau,
$3; Rachel Summers, $3.75;
Preston Strickland, $4.25; Wyatt
Lugenbeel, $3.25; Conner
Coleman, $4; Makayla Graham,
$6.50; Harley Seay, $4; Summer
Fulgham, $3.50;
Skyler Shatto, $3; Sierra
Graham, $9.50; Kassidy
Perdinson (Bradford Middle
School FFA), $4; Bailey Riggs,.


$6.50; Colten McAlister, $3;
Macey FulghaM, $4; Walker
Knight-Crawford, $8; Maycee
Barnes, $3; Brandon Page, $3;
Lane Reddish, $5.50; Allyson
McElhenny, $4; Clay Halle, $3;
Kyrsten Jenkins, $3.25; Austin
-Lester, $4; Chaton Croft, $3.50;
Morgan Dukes (Lake Butler
Senior FFA), $6;
Kristapher James (Bradford
County Alumni), $4; Carson
Coleman, $4.50; Karsyn
Jenkins, $3; Amberlie Roach,
$8; Alexis Shealey, $5; Ashton
Johns (Bradford County 4-H),
$4; Alexandra Morneau, $3;
Sean Jones, $3; Travis Duncan-,
$3; Luke Griffis, $3.50; Taylor
Barnes, $4.50; Ashley Holt
(Lake Butler Middle School
FFA), $6; Mackenzie Gault,
$7; Madeline Strickland, $4.25;
Garrett Williams, $3; Hunter
Whitehead, $3; Kyler Herndon,
$3; Erica Faulkner, $3; Jordan
Shadd, $15.50;
Kaylie Whitehead, $3.50;
Stephanie Wood, $3; Makayla
Carlton, $3.50; Kayla Moss,
$3.50; Shelby Skelly, $4.25;
Brooklyn Williams, $4; Corey
Hersey, $3; Dylan Cassels, $3;
Lainie Rodgers, $3.25; Matthew
Starling, $3.75; Gage Hendricks,
$3.25; Lexi Whitehead, $7;
* James Noah Tallman, $4; Randa
Wilkins, $4; Lane Griffis, $3;
Jenna Ritch, $8; Joe Kent, $13;
Falyn Rimes, $4.25; Garrett
Hersey, $3; Lili Hart, $3; Noah


Wright, $3; Taz Worrell, $6;
Sarah Fischer, $3; Alexia Ray,
$3;
Kasey Rhodes, $3; Kortney
Jenkins, $3.25; Dustin Hersey,
$4; Kayla Williams, $3; Lauren
Cromwell,$3; Hayden Balkcom,
$5; Cynthia Parrish, $3; Jarrett
Shadd, $4; Ashley Harris, $4;
Lake Harris, $3.50; Richard
Crews, $14; Hayley Shadd, $5;
Shelby McDowell, $4; Reed
Thames, $3; Kara Hoilman, $4;
Hunter Thomas, $4.50; Alisha
Lester, $3.75; and David Best,
$4.75.
The list of buyers at this
year's auction is as follows:
A&M Recovery; Allan Janejek;
Alvarez Farms; Alvin Griffis;
APAC; Archer Funeral Home;
B&B Heating and Air; Badcock;
Barry Sams; Big Cash Pawn;
Billy Gault; Bobby Cambell
Roofing; Brad Elixson; Bradford
Salvage; Bruce and Kelly
Dukes; Buzy Bee Daycare; C&C
Powerlines; Captain J. Brown
Inc.; Carlton Contractors;
Carlton Faulk; CDM; Clemons
Farm; Clyatt Well Drilling;
Community State Bank; Craig
Faustreaux; Cromwell Deer
Farm; Crossfire Electric; Curtis
Clyatt; D Mosely Trucking;
David Barnes; Douberly Melson
Sales; Dr. Sdhlofman; Elixson
Wood Products; First Coast
Recovery; Florida Pest Control;
Gator Office Supply; Grandpa
and Grandina Ritch; Grandpa


Corey Robinson
(second from
right) showed
the homegrown
i * reserve grand
champion. He
is pictured
with Mark
Williams, Tristen
Whittemore and
Kara Hollman.
Photo courtesy
of Matt Whytsell
Photography. -


ABOVE: Kenneth "Doot" Brown (second from right) showed the grand champion/
homegrown grand champion. He is pictured with (I-r) Mark Williams, president of
the Bradford-Union Swine Association, Tristen Whittemore, junior fair princess, and
Kara Hoilman,
S. fair princess.
:LEFT: Kinedy
SJohnson
S"' (second
i A from right)
showed the
I. .',- reserve grand
(7 ". ~ champion.
She's
-I
pictured with
Williams,
v Whittemore
and Hoilman.
courtesy of
Matt Whytsell
Photography.


and Grandma Williams; Growers
Fertilizer;
Gulf CoastSupply; Hillandale;
HoBo; J&M Construction; Janie
Summers; Jerry Whitehead; JFC
Service and Families; James Jet;
Jinmmy Tallman; Joe Perone;
John and Janet Harrison;
John Henry Whitehead; John
Whitehead; Jones Edmonds;
Kelner Enginering; Kim Griffis;
LB Hires; Liberty Trucking;
Lyons and Lyons; M&R
Construction; M3AK Showpigs;
Madison Street Pharmacy;
Malcolm and Edith Hill; Mark
and Karla Williams;


Marvin Doxey; Mathews
Field; Melson Trucking; Mike
Ricks; Minnik Paint and Body;
Mosley Tire; Phil Eunice;
Murray Ford; Nettles; New
River Ranch; Noah's Ark; North
Florida Equipment Rentals LLC;
North Florida Truck and Tractor;
Pipeline;, Prestige Electric;
Pritchett Trucking; Publix;
Ray's Metal Works; Regions
Bank; Revels Fast Lube; Richard
Wimpy; Rose Street Show Pigs;
Roxanne Rosier; Sanchez
Farms; Sam Johns; Santa Fe
Ford; Scott Roberts and Lori
Thompson (George Roverts


Insurance); Sessions Peanuts;
Shatto Heating and Air; Shealey
Flooring; Sheffield Pest Control;
Spence Chemical; Spires IGA;
Starke Transmisson; SWI
Photo; Swift Creek Realty;
TAG Recovery; Teal Tile;
Ted Ward; Thomas Hardware;
Tom Jenkins; Mike and Beth
Williams; Union County School
District; VyStar Credit Union;
Wes Moody and Jodi Brewer;
Williams Industrial; Williams
Show Pigs; Wilson Heating and
Air; Woodmen of the World;
W.W. Gay; Wynns Farms; :and
Yown's Boiler Service.


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Chiefs
e iminated

irWspring

league's first

postseason

round
Only three teams scored
against the Keystone Chiefs in
seveP regular-season games, but
Keystone was held scoreless
in tfhe first round of the Florida
Spring Youth Football League
PedeWe playoffs, with an 18-0
loss-'-to Port Orange ending its
season.
If -was the second straight
lo6s'for the Chiefs, who, in their
inaugural season in the Florida
Spring Youth Football League,
won' their first six games by a
co nbined score of 125-12.
The team thanks its cheer squad
of'aylor Blair, Grace Ciriglianto,
Afna Fields, Alli Houston, Macy
Paker, Ali Rogel and Larkyn
White.
Sponsoring the team were
BOnco Drilling, Krissy
Parmeter, Advanced Auto,
Hirvey's, Hitchcock's, Johnny's.
BBQ, Keystone Locker Rodm,
North Central Tile, Roberts
Insurance, Keystone Computer
Solutions, KLC Floors and More,
Mtrilyn M. Disbrow, CPA, NET
Cdtputers, iteams.com, North
Flsrida Elite Cheer and the
KIe one Heights and Melrose


communities.

KHHS has 2

earn Sun first-

team allarea

soccer honors
Keystone Heights soccer
players Juan Grimaldo and
Madison Colaw earned first-
team honors with the release of
the Gainesville Sun's all-area
boys' and girls' soccer teams.
Grimaldo, a sophomore
midfielder, tallied 23 assists and
14 goals this past season, while
Colaw, a sophomore forward,
had 31 goals and 15 assists.
Keystone had two boys'
team members earn second-
team honors: freshman forward
Cory Hedding and sophomore
goalkeeper Eric Wood. Hedding
had 25 goals, while Wood posted
10 shutouts. Wood had a 1.2
goals-against average.
Girls' team member Raychel
Trimble was a second-team
selection as well. Trimble, a
sophomore forward, had 20 goals
and nine assists.
Six boys' team members
earned honorable mention: junior
midfielder Matt Crane, freshman
midfielder Zac Holman, junior
midfielder Logan Stanley,
sophomore defenders Zac
Hawkins and Wyatt GrAziano,
and senior defender Tucker
McLean.
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for Keystone's girls' team were
junior defender Meg McCollum
and junior midfielder Brittany
Delay.
Any school that did not have
players earn honors did not
respond to Gainesville Sun
inquiries for nominations.


BHS, KHHS,
UCHS each

have 2 lifters

recognized by

Sun
Bradford High School junior
Samantha Cook, who won the
state championship in the un-
limited class, was one of four
weightlifters from Bradford and
Keystone Heights to earn first-
and second-team honors when
the Gainesville Sun released its
all-area teams.
. Cook earned a first-team nod
after the 445-pound total she
recorded at the Florida High
School Athletic Association Fi-
nals. Helping her to the title was
a personal best of 225 pounds in
the clean and jerk.
Cook qualified for the state fi-


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nals after winning the'Section 4 had a 230 total in the 119 class,
championship. while Brown, a freshman, had a
Joining Cook as a first-team 250 total in the 154 class.
selection was Keystone junior
Jealyn Miller, who qualifiep for.- BHS UCHS
state by winning the Section 4 ,
championship in the 110 class each have 1
with a 205 total. At her first-ever each iave I
state finals appearance, Miller Gainesville
placed 21-t with a 210 total.
Keystone junior Morgan Sun first-team
Bocttcher was a second-team se-
lection after earning a medal at all-area pick
the state finals-for a third straight Bradford High School junior
year. Boettcher, who was mak- Justin McBride and Union
ing her fifth straight appearance County High School junior
at state and who won a state title Shaimea Maeweather were
in 2010, placed third in the un- first-team selections when the
limited class with a a 420 total. Gainesville Sun released its all-
She was the Section 4 runner-up area boys' basketball teams.
to Cook. McBride, a center who
Bradford freshman Karen averaged 16 points, 12 rebounds
Clark was named to the second and four blocks per game, was a
team as well. She placed third big-school selection along with
at the Section 4 meet in the 110 teammate Brian Walton, who
class with a 185 total to earn was named to the second team.
a state berth in her first year of Walton, a sophomore guard,
varsity weightlifting. She placed- averaged 14 points, five assists
24'h at the state finals with a 195 and four steals per game.
total-a personal record. Maeweather, a guard, was
Receiving honorable mention a small-school selection after
were Union County lifters Mar- averaging 16 points per game.
cia Fletcher and Jessica Brown. Teammates Carl Alexander and
Each finished one spot shy of Keldric Bradley were second-
qualifying for state at tife Section team picks. Alexander, a junior
4 meet. Fletcher, a sophomore,


forward/center, averaged 10
points and seven rebounds per
game, while Bradley, a freshman
guard/forward, averaged 12
points, six rebounds and three
assists per game.
Union sophomore forward
Daquin Edwards received
honorable mention.
The Sun's all-area girls'
basketball teams included two
Union players who received
honorable mention: junior guard
Teyona Jenkins and senior guard
Shakeylia Griffin. Bradford
junior guard Taquandra -Diggs
and Keystone Heights sophomore
forward Tara Shobris each earned
honorable mention as well.




ADAMS
Continued from 6B

non-commissioned officer and a
great person," Waltbillig told the
retiring sergeant.
After receiving awards from
Waltbillig and mementoes from
his colleagues, the retiring mas-
ter sergeant addressed the crowd
and stressed the importance of
mentors throughout his career.


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62 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales '
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Serviccs
61 Scriptures
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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 oi
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children


ynder the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
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not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is -in violation of
the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
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further information call
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ext #1005.
42
Motor Vehicles
& 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 Converttle,
$19,000 firm. 352-235-
1675.


$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
OEM WHEELS,,1965,1966,
1967. Mustang GT. mag
style. S500 set of 4. Call
352-246-6646.
45
Land For Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3.5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.
47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq.ft.
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,500/mo. Warehouse,
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Office and warehouse
3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395. tfn 47
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE for lease. Close
to Bradford County
Courthouse. Call 352-
745-0039.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
units. South HWY 301
frontage, across from the
KOA Campground and
next to Lightning Pawn.
Call 352-235-1675.
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


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Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
: ;.", .. Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& idical facilities IAll units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl floonng
.* Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
*Ample parking One story only no stair" to climb ".
'".,.'.JOvoy landscaprng Patios & Porches for outdoor In ing
S. ,- Convenient laundry facilines
418 S.E. 41st'Loop in Keystone Club Estates
(Next to the Golf Course)
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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
$205,000.
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
FOR SALE 3,4 or 5 bed-
room Jacobsen homeson
1 acre, easy financing
with zero down 904-589-
9585.
NEW Jacobsen modular on
1-5 acres easy qualifying.
904-589-9585.


CLEARANCE SALE, lowest
price on Live Oak Homes
in the state of Florida.
Call 386-418-0424, 13th
Street Homes, Alachua.
WE BUY USED mobile
homes any condition
(cash money). Call 386-
418-0424. Ask for Bruce.
NEW 2012/no extra's need-
ed. 1248 sq.ft. home,
3BR/2BA, includes these
extras. Del/set up, new A/
C installed, vinyl skirting,
well/septic tank, power
pole, permits (no impact
fee), 2 mini decks. Only
$55,745. Call 386-418-
0424,13th Street Homes,
Alachua, Fl.
NEW 2012 DOUBLE WIDE,
3BR/2BA delivery & set-


Now Accepting

Applications
1 AND2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800,-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible 1 :
This Institution is an Equal Opportunity L
......... Provider, and Employer. pP 'fT I


up. Only $32,995. Call
386-418-0435.
NEW 2012 DOUBLE WIDE,
3BR/2BA delivery & set-
-up. Only $32,995. Call
386-418-0435.
USED SINGLE-WIDES,
starting at $8,999 delivery
and set-up. Call 386-418-.
0424.
1999 USED 28 X 80, DOU-
BLEWIDE. 4BR/2BA: A/
C, skirting,delivered and
set up included. $37,995..
Call 386-418-0424.


TIRED OF ALL THE EX- Call 352-872-5566.
TRA'S. Buy my 4BR/2BA HUGE 32X80 4/2 $65,99
doublewide. Del and New 2012 home has 9f
set up with A/C, 2 mini ceiling and huge ma
decks, septic tank, well, cave family room. 230
and power pole, permits cave fPricey ronude23
Only $60,995. Call 386- ivery-Set-AC-Skirt at
FATOOUTLET418-0435. PRIC- Steps. North Poin
FACTORY OUTLET PRIC- Homes. Pre approval I
ES! 4 brand new double phone, Hwy. 441 Gaine
wide by Jacobsen under vile, 352-872-5566.
$50,000. All new homes NEVER BEFORE TITLE
include delivery-set-skirt- 3BR/2BA. Will move
ing-steps and centralA/C. free Only $375mo., ca
Only 'at North Pointe 904-783-4619.
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NOTICE OF RELOCATION
RICHARD 0. TILLIS CONTRACTING, INC.
would like to announce the relocation of their offices to:
9265 SW 151st COURT LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA
By mid-May we will close our office at 190 West Main Street. We have
arranged for a business office and a separate construction office at our
residence and feel this will improve our efficiency as a construction
company. We also believe we will be better able to serve the needs of
our past, current and future customers with this move. We will continue
to maintain our existing phone number, 386-496-1360 as well as our fax,
386-496-1368. However, it will require some downsizing. As a result, we
have several items of office furniture for sale that can be seen at our
current location. Our goal is to vacate this office by April 30.
We look forward to serving you from our new location.

HUGE WAREHOUSE LIQUIDATION
DON'T MISS THIS ONE! MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND
REMEMBER THIS SALE IS ON SITE AT THE LAKE BUTLER
OLD AUCTION HOUSE. EVERYTHING MUST GO!!! FLEA
MARKETERS, EBAY, GARAGE SALES DREAM! MANY
ITEMS TO BE SOLD BY ROW OR PALLET!
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 2012 10:00 A.M.
250 S.W. 9TH AVE LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054.
THIS IS A VERY BRIEF LISTING!
LISTING: 2 ROTO TILLERS, 115 BOARD FT IX8 RED CEDAR,
TABLE SAW, RADIAL ARM SAW, SEVERAL RECLINERS,
ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS, NICE BEDROOM SET, OFFICE
CHAIRS, BOOK CASES, MANY FURNITURE PCS IN THE ROUGH,
HAND PAINTED CANOPY BED, COLLECTOR VINYL ALBUMS,
BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, HOCKEY, FOOTBALL COLLECTOR
CARDS, NASCAR COLLECTIBLES, VIDEO GAMES AND
SYSTEMS, SHOP TOOLS, EXT CORDS, CHAIN, AUTO PAINT &
SUPPLIES, ROLLING CLOTHING STORE DISPLAYS, CASH
REGISTER, 32' FIBEI.GLASS EXTENTION LADDER AND MUCH
MUCH MORE.
STEVE WILSON AUCTIONEER: AB809 AU1159
TERMS: CASH, GOOD CHECK, VISA, M/C SORRY IF WE DON'T
KNOW YOU, NO CHECKS!
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PALM HARBOR, 3BR/2BA,
$3,000 down $425/mo.
Call 904-783-4619.
USED SINGLE WIDE,
$5,500 will deliver for
free, 904-783-4619.
PALM HARBOR, 4BR/2BA,
$2,000 down, only $450/
mo. Call 904-783-4619.
ALMOST NEW 16X80, 3BR/
2BA. Only $250/mo. Call
904-783-4619.
LIMITED TIME select mod-
els, $1,000 over invoice
furniture included. 4 lot
models must go. Call Mike
386-754-0127.
NEW 2011 3BR/2BA,
,built for elderly couple.
Reduced 10K for quick
sale. Call Mike 386-754-
0127.
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.
28x64, 2x6 ex. walls, 2x4 int.
walls,5" crown molding,
set up, del. steps, skirt,
A/C, was $60,000 now
$55,000, w/furniture. Call
Ken 386-754-0198.
USED DOUBLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA wood kitchen
floors, new carpet, remod-
eled, must see. $30,000,
del, set, steps, skirt. Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
USED 14x52SINGLE WIDE,
2BR/1BA, del, set, steps,
skirt, Only $13,900. Call
Randy 386-754-8844.
NO MONEY DOWN, if you
own your own land. 3BR-
$299/mo. 4BR-$499/mo.
5BR-$599/mo. Call 904-
259-4663.
FORECLOSURE, like new,
3BR/2BA, on 1.78 acres.
Small fish pond. Beautiful,
$69,900, 904-259-4663.
USEb DOUBLEWIDE,
2,000 SQ. FT. 4BR/2BA.
$17,000. Includes setup
& delivery. Call 904-259-
4663. Wayne Frier Mac-
clenny Factory Outlet,
MONSTER MANSION,
HUGE 2012, 5BR/3BA
Includes setup & deliv-
ery. Call 904-259-4663.
Wayne Frier Macclenny
Factory Outlet.
3BR/2BA MH garagecarport,
20x3 0 storage shed, on 5
acres, 3 miles from Mel-
rose. $650 month Cal
904-982-6365.
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NICE MOBILE HOMES/rent
Lake Butler. Starke/Home
rent ,deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/
TTY 711. Rental assis-
tance for qualified appli-
cants. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. HC
and non-HC accessible
apartments. Laundry facil-
ity and playground. Wa-
ter, sewer, and garbage
provided. "This institution
is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
Call 386-496-3141.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and miqowave. 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/1 BA. 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,cabinets. Must
see, call Trevor Waters
Realtor, 352-246-7776.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE ON PRIVATE
LAND, fully furnished.
Includes TV, $275 with
senior discount. Ideal for
one person, Keystone
Heights, 352-473-5745.
2BR/1 BA APT. $400/mo. no*
deposit, month to month.
Credit check, references.
Call Joan, 904-964-4303
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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.
1BR FURNISHED APT.
Bedford Lake, $375/mo.
with conditions. Call 352-
473-7769.
3BR/2BA DOWNTOWN
MELROSE, CH/A, Stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
storage in backyard on
large lot. $595/mo. plus
$500 deposit. Call 352-
226-9220 or 352-475-.
5533.
2BR/1BA. on Lake Santa
Fe., with dock, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
screened front porch.
$695/mo. $600 deposit.
352-475-5620 or 352-
316-2453.
SPACIOUS 4/1 APART-
MENT LOCATED IN
MELROSE. Over 2,000
sq. ft., recently updated.
$550/mo, $400/sec. Call
352-475-6285.
MELROSE, 1BR/1BA, MH
in quiet park, $275/mo.
plus $200 deposit. 352-
475-6285.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Room and bath with at-
tached screened-in porch
for rent in safe private.
home overlooking Lake
Geneva. $480 per month.
all inclusive. $300 secu-
rity deposit. Cable and
internet included. Looking
for quiet and clean non
smoker. Call or text 352
258-2782.
AVAILABLE MAY 1ST,
Starke, 2BR/1 BA house,
east on 100. Has large
living room, eat in kitchen,
CH/A W/D hookup. Has
an down stairs area, pos-
sible 2 more bedroom,
and a large area that
can be used for storage
or etc. On Clay Electric.
$500/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-235-0020.
VERY CLEAN 2BR/1BA
SW. W/D hookup, CH/A,
lacer, in country. $525/mo.
$500 deposit, no lease.
Call 904-769-9559.
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53A
Yard Sales
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thing.
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more.


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2pm. 436 N. Walnut St.
Collectibles, cookie jars,
buttons, household items,
too much to list.
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Fri. Sat. Qam.-2pm. Coun-
try Club Estates, corner
of Flume Rd. and 161st
Street.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales'
4 FAMILY SALE, Fri. Sat.
7am.-noon, 7686 Oak
Drive, off Hwy. 214, SR.
100 turn at BP Station.
Follow signs. Huge vari-
ety, good condition.
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
SALE. Sat. 8am.-? 100 to
Keystone, turn at Tony's
Food Mart. Look for signs.
Bikes, toys, men, women,
children's clothes, ladies
scrubs, household items,
etc.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
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stand. 904-782-3625.

59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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284-1144.
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65
Help Wanted
WE WILL BE HIRING a total
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program, June 25-July
27. Please contact Pastor
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^44 COLLEGE

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
SUMMER TERM 2012
DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
Bachelor's degree in mathematics,
engineering, secondary. mathematics
education, or other related field.
Requirements include morning and/or
afternoon availability for on-campus
courses. Contact Carrie Rodesiler at
386-754-4413 or
carine.rodesiler(faic.edu.

TECHNICAL CAREER EXPLORATION
Bachelor's degree required. Contact
Michele Cuadras at 386-754-4261 or
michele.cuadras@,fqc.edu.

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
FALL TERM 2012

LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
.. MANAGEMENT
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courses. Master's degree with at least
18 credits in Operations Management.
Logistics, Supply Chain or related ied&L
Email resumes to Stephanie Glenn .at
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754-4492.
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
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years experience in industry. Teaching
experience desired. Bachelor's degree
possible with at least 10 years of
industry experience. Send resumes to
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or call 386-754-4225.

RECORDS MANAGEMENT
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michele.cuadras(a)fc.edu.

INTRODUCTION TO CUSTOMER
SERVICE
Bachelor's degree required. Contact
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COLLEGE LEVEL MATHEMATICS
Master's degree in mathematics or a
master's degree with at least 18
graduate credit hours in mathematics
required. Contact Paula Cifuentes at
386-754-4260 or
paula.cifuentes@fqc.edu.

NURSING CLINICAL
BSN Required. Master's degree in
nursing preferred. At least two years of
recent clinical experience required.
Contact Mattie Jones at 386-754-4368
or mattie.iones(@fqc.edu.

College application and copies of
transcripts required. All foreign transcripts
must be submitted with a translation and
evaluation. Application available at
www.fgc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and
Schools
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ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NURSING
PARAMEDIC TO RN PROGRAM
224 Days (Grant Funded Four Year
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present information in a coherent
manner. Ability to fairly evaluate students
pwith a focus on retention and success.
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Sat the post-secondary level.
EMT/Paramedic licensure a plus.

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NURSING
SIMULATION LAB
224 Days (Grant Funded Four Year
Position to Permanent)
Conduct the learning experience in the
simulation laboratory. Prepare for
instruction; use assessment strategies;
use effective communication techniques
-with students and others. Demonstrate
knowledge and understanding of the
subject matter, use appropriate
technology in the simulation laboratory
and learning process. Hours will vary and
may require evenings. Requires Masters
of Science in Nursingdegree and be
licensed in FL or eligible for licensure in
FL. Three years of experience as staff
nurse (acute care preferred). Ability to
present information in a coherent
manner. Ability to fairly evaluate students
with a focus on retention and success.

EXCELLENT SALARY
PAID BENEFITS
DESIRABLE SCHEDULE
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/8/12
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and photocopies
of transcripts.AII foreign transcripts must
be submitted with official translation and
evaluation.
Position details and applications available
on web at: www.fqc.edu
Human Resources
Flbrida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City FI 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr(0fac.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commissionn on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment


FLORIDA
GATEWAY
COLLEGE


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
SPEECH
164 Duty Days,,Tenured Track
To'Co-rit ri e 'Fall Terit'2012
Advise students in class selections.
Prepare and schedule teaching
materials. Assess student leamir)g
outcomes. Participate in collegial
discussions on best instructional
practices. Prepare course outlines,
syllabi and tests. Meet all scheduled
classes and use scheduled classroom
time appropriately. Maintain accurate
student records for grading and
attendance purposes. Master's
degree with minimum of 18 graduate
credit hours in communication
courses. Ability to present information
in a coherent manner and to fairly
evaluate student retention ofjthat
information. Desirable Qualifications:
Experience with online course
development and other distance
learning. Experience teaching
Speech.
SALARY: Based on degree and
experience.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/8/12
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. Allforeign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation..
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fqc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
-Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr(@f)c.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of'
-the Southdrn Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and
Employment


FLORIDA
GATEWAY
COLLEGE


ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR,
HEATING VENTILATION AND AIR
CONDITIONING (HVAC) 164 Days

Responsible for the development and
implementation of the HVAC
curriculum based on the provided
course objectives. Use any tools,
equipment, or textbooks provided for
the program. Prepare class materials,
syllabi, exams, etc. Prepare students
for employment in the HVAC industry.
Maintain course records (attendance
and grades) to meet audit
requirements. Minimum
Qualifications: Four years of
experience in the HVAC industry.
Must,become NCEER Certified HVAC
Instructor and receive a Proctors
License to give the EPA exam. Have
prior teaching experience and be
comfortable working in a government-
regulated environment. Knowledge of
basic teaching concepts and
proficient in troubleshooting, installing
and repairing HVAC equipment. .
Desirable Qualifications: A.S. Degree
I. in Industrial Maintenance or related
./ work area preferred with teaching
experience.
SALARY: Based on degree and
experience.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 5/8/12
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available on web at: www.fqc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
A 149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr(@fqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on
Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools. VP/ADA/EA/EO
College in Education and Employment


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TELEGRAPH TIMES & MONITOR APRIL 12, 2012


3-run 1st is
enough for
Indians in 7-0
district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Chelsea Harvin and Kelsey
Waters each drove in a run in the
first inning, while pitcher Amber
Skipper held visiting Interlachen
scoreless in the Keystone Heights
softball team's 7-0 District 5-4A
on April 3.
It was the eighth straight
district win for the Indians (12-


7,9-1), who have won 11 of their
last 12 games overall.
Skipper (12-7) allowed three
hits and no walks, while striking
out seven.
SAt the plate, Skipper hit a
double to lead off the game,
cltin_ the stagef'or a first inning
that featured RBI singles by
Harvin and Waters.
Skipper had a sacrifice fly
that scored another run in the
second.
Waters finished the game
2-for-3, as did Taylor Semione.
Semione drove in two runs and
scored the last run of the game
in the fifth following her double
and an error on a ball put into


play by Rachel Wells.
Keystone played Bolles this
past Tuesday and will cap the
regular season by hosting Orange
Park on Thursday, April 12, at 7
p.m.

Cross hits
grand slam,
Tigers defeat
Rams 8-1

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Pitcher Alexis Spriggle gave
up just one run, while teammate


Taylor Cross hit a grand slam as
part of a five-run fourth inning in
the Union County softball team's
8-1 win over visiting Interlachen
on April 5.
It was the 10"h win in the past
11 games for the Tigers (14-4),
who avenged a March 26 7-6
loss to Interlachen.
Mariah Bowen also homered
for the Tigers, hitting a solo shot
and finishing the game 3-for-5
with the one RBI. Randa Conner
and Morgan Dukes were 3-for-4
and 2-for-4, respectively. Each
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BHS
Continued from 8B

Norman hit two doubles
and drove in three runs in the
Tornadoes' 9-4 win over Sarasota
Riverview during the first day of
the Kissimmee Klassic on April
5.
Bradford scored seven runs in


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the sixth, with Norman hitting
a bases-loaded double that
scored three runs and capped the
scoring.
Shelby Wise drove in two runs
that same inning with a single.
Norman finished 3'-for-4
with two doubles, while-Cftice,
Mackenzie Gault and Kiki
Strong were each 2-for-4. Cruce
and Gault each had an RBI, with
Cruce hitting two doubles. Strong
hit a triple.
Rodgers hit a double and drove
in a run.
In the circle, Adkins gave up
one earned run on 12 hits and no
walks.

Clay 4 BHS 1
Clay took "advantage of three
singles, two errors and two passed;
balls to score four runs in the first
inning and hand the Tornadoes a
4-1 loss during the second day of
the Kissimmee Klassic .on April
6.
Bradford's lone run was the
result of a Norman home run with
one out in the top of the fourth.

BHS 7 Osceola 3
Johnson was 3-for-5 with
two doubles and two RBI
in Bradford's 7-3 win over
Kissimmee Osceola on the third
day of the Kissimmee Klassic on
April 7.
The Tornadoes scored four runs
in the second inning to go up 5-0.
Norman hit a lead-off double and
scored on Gault's single. Strong
hit an RBI single with two outs
before -Johnson drove another
two in with a double.
Rodgers was ,2-for-3, while
Adkins and Cruce 'were each
2-'for-4 with an RBI. Adkins and
Cruce each hit a double.
Gault had two RBI.
Adkins gave up one earned run
on 12 hits and three walks. She
had five strikeouts.


Jonas earns
top-1Q finish
for BHS at
Florida Relays

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford's Diontre Jonas
placed 10th out of 77 runners in
the 100m at the Pepsi Florida
Relays, which were held April
5-7 at the University of Florida
in Gainesville.
Jonas had a time of 10.86.
Teammate Isaiah Jamison placed
41st with a time of 11.27.
Jonas and Jamison were also
members of the 4xl00m relay
team, which placed 10t out of
37 teams with a time of 42.73.
Phillip James and Rashad Lape
were also on the team.
Andy Merrill placed 37"
out of 75 runners in the 1600m
with a time of 4:42.48. John
Gillenwaters was 56"h with a time
of 4:52.46.
The 4x400m relay team
of DaQuan Blount, Jacob
Henderson, Shawntavious
Holland and Kenny Dinkins
placed 27th out of 44 teams with
a time of 3:30.88. DeVontre
Edmonds was 55'" out of 82
runners in the 800m, finishing
with a time of 2:08.61.
Cole Whitehead also competed
in the 800m, finishing with a time
of 2:13.09.
Thomas Hales competed
in the 3200m and had a time
of 11:34.41.' The 4x800m
(Gillenwaters, Brenton Ruise,
Whitehead, Merrill) and
4xl600m (Gillenwaters, Hales,
Whitehead, Marcus Thompson)
teams had times of 9:17.25 and
20:28.93.
Girls' team member Tiana
Sheffield placed 31st out of 53 in
the 100m hurdles with a time of
16.36.
Bradford girls also competed
in the following events:
lOOm-Luciera Hamm
13.55, Juanita Carter 15.14;
1600mh-Sarah Frederick
5:53.14, Autumn Rodgers
6:34.81; 3200m-Amanda
*Hall 13:17.57; 4x400m-Anya


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