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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Creation Date: March 1, 2012
Publication Date: 05/3/2012
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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012 100TH YEAR -1ST ISSUE 75 CENTS-


Worth

Noting

Veterans
Service office
temporarily
closed
The Union County Veterans
Service office will be closed on
Wednesday, May 9, and will
re-open on Wednesday, May
16. Hours are Wednesdays
from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Con-
tact 386-496-4248 for more in-
formation.


Basketball sets
team banquet
The Consolidated High
Schools of Union County Alumni
Committee is sponsoring a com-
munity-wide celebration/ban-
quet for the Union County High
School varsity boys basketball
team, Coach Rufus Jefferson,
and his staff, who contributed to
the team making it to the FHSAA
Final Four. The event will begin
on Saturday, May 5, at 4 p.m. at
Lake Butler Elementary School.
Contact Latoya Merrix at 352-
283-3502 (lsirmones@yahoo.
com) for more information.

OPBC revival
set May 6
OldProvidence BaptistChurch,
located at 9316 N.W. C.R. 245 in
Lake Butler, will be holding re-
vival services with guest speaker
James Croft on Sunday, May 6,
from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on
Monday- Wednesday, May 7-9,
at 7 p.m. For more information,
contact Pastor Philip Williams at
386-755-1648.

Amazing Acres
fundraiser set
Amazing Acres will be hosting
-a yard sale and barbecue fund-
raiser in Sprinkle Field in Lake
Butler on Saturday, June 2. Do-
nations accepted.

Masons to
meet May 7
The Lake Butler Lodge No. 52
.F&AM, located at 325 W. Main
St., will meet on Monday, May 7.
Dinner will be at 6:30 p.m. with
meeting to follow at 7:30 p.m.


Library closed
The Union County Public Li-
brary will be closed on Friday,
May 11, for a staff development
day.

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.n., 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.


Legislative changes prompt Sunday voting
BY DAN HILDEBRAN ing will take place on Sunday. Osborne said that voters intend- ing to absentee ballots because
StarkeJournal.com Editor She stressed that Sunday ing to vote for a friend or fam- of the expense of the latter. She
voting was not something she ily member may be in for an also said many times voters
Union County Supervisor of chose but changes madd by the unpleasant surprise when they will request an absentee bal-
Elections Debbie Osborne went legislature mandated the extra reach the polls to find out they lot, then show up at the polls to
over the changes in election law day. are not registered in the right vote instead of voting with the
voters will encounter this year She also said that because party to vote for their candidate absentee ballot that was sent to
Rotary Club April 24. .- opted to run for office, some


She said one of the altera-
tions caused by a shortening of
the early voting period is that
for the first time in history, vot-


voters may encounter problems
at the polls.
This year, several offices
have candidates in both parties.


Osborne also talked about the
shift in an emphasis from ab-
sentee ballots to early voting.
She said she prefers early vot-


LEFT: Dodie McRae Sapp, who works for Lake Butler Elementary School, is awarded the Star Supporter award
for raising $1,500. RIGHT: Gary Cecil is awarded the Star Supporter award for raising $1,500.


LEFT:
Survivor
Joyce Dukes
wins the
Hope Award.
RIGHT:
Union
County
Relay
for Life
Chairman
Brad
Whitehead
opened the
ceremonies.


The supervisor said the so
far, 29 potential candidates
have started the, paperwork to
run for public office.



Missing

woman


found
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJburnal.com Editor


An off-duty Baker County
sheriff's lieutenant found a miss-
ing Union County woman April
27 after he stopped her car for
going the
wrong way on
I- 10.
Hazel Irene
(Bivens)
Rhoden, 83, ,,'
was last seen -"
early Friday J ,.
morning. She
left her home '.
at Southwest
67th Street in
Lake Butler Rhoden
to visit family
,members in Starke but never ar-
;.rived.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office searched throughout the
day looking for the Alzheimer's
patient.
Officials issued a silver alert
for the woman around 5 p.m.
Florida's Silver Alert was cre-
ated for cognitively impaired in-
dividuals who become lost while
driving a car.
Baker Sheriff's Lt. Steve Har-
vey said he was driving on 1-10
near the Baker-Nassau county
line just before 6 p.m. when he
saw a gold Toyota driving east-
bound in the westbound lane. He
added that after stopping the ve-
hicle, the driver, later identified
as Rhoden, appeared confused.
"She said she was on her way
to a relative's house," recalled
the lieutenant.
Harvey and another deputy
quickly surmised that the woman
was wanted in connection with
the Silver Alert that had just been
issued.. They took the Rhoden
to Macclenny's Walmart where
they turned her over to Union
deputies and to her family.


Today

is World

Day of

Prayer

ARTHUR 0. PETERSON
Special to the Times
As American troops remain
in harm's way, our economy
continues to waiver, and we
quickly approach our upcoming
elections, citizens of the United
States are preparing to exercise
their freedom to gather, worship,
and pray. Millions will answer
the call to prayer on Thursday,
May 3, in observance of the 61st
annual National Day of Prayer.
Organized events will be held
in thousands of public venues
where intercession will be made
for America and its leadership.

See PRAY, 2A


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Jefnkins seeks city seat


(The following is a statement of"
intention to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
My name is Randy Jenkins
and I would like to announce
my candidacy for the Lake
Butler City Commission seat
number two. Many of you know
my family and me as lifelong
residents of Lake Butler. For
those of you who don't know me,
I would like to provide a brief
summary of my personal history
and my experience.
I was born in Lake City on
June 18, 1955. I am currently 56
Years old. I attended elementary
and high school in Lake Butler.
I have been married to Robin
Garmon for 33 years and we have
two wonderful children who now
have families of their own. We
are indeed proud parents anld
grandparents.
Following high school, I went
toawork for the city of Lake Butler.


Randy Jenkins


I was hired on Nov. 16, 1973,
and after almost 32 wonderful
years oi service, I retired in
March 2005. I worked in many
capacities during those years,


gaining invaluable experience
with regard to the total operation
of the city. I was able to grow
as a city crew. I retired as utility
foreman.
Then, a short while after
retirement, and at the request of
the city administration, I agreedto
rejoin the city staff in March 2006
and have continued employment
until now, when making my
decision to seek a position on
the city commission. It is my
heartfelt desire to continue to
serve the citizens of Lake Butler
in this new capacity, to see the
city continue to progress through
these difficult times and to be a
part of that growth. However, to
do so'and to serve on your behalf,
I need an ask for your help. I ask
for your vote on Election Day,
Tuesday, June 26.
Thank you in advance for your
support.
Randy Jenkins


Union officials meet with state senator...

Union Elections Supervisor Debbie Osborne, Clerk of Courts Regina Parrish and
Worthington Springs Councilwoman Joan Douglas, along with Bradford County
officials, participated in a town hall meeting with U.S. Senator Bill Nelson April
30 in Starke. Nelson fielded questions from the group about the defense budget,
the space program, the Columbian Secret Service'scandal and federal energy
policy. He also talked about the future of the US. Postal Service, the political
environment in Washington and his relationship with the state's junior senator,
Marco Rubio, which he said is excellent.



Frances Thornton retires from UCSB


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor


(Front row, l.r) Tim Myers, Griffin Whiteley, Case Emerson, Ty Hamilton, Witt Thomas,
and Serena Roberts. (Back row, I-r) Dr. Jerry Cullen, Duke Emerson, Mitchell Cribbs
and Colan Coody.


Shooting Sports earns awards


BY COLAN COODY Both of the winning teams
Special to the Times were under the leadership of
Duke Emerson, leader of the
The Union County 4-H Union CouHy 4-H Shooting
Shooting Sports Club's senior Sports Club*The teams competed
and intermediate teams recently in the categories of archery, 22's,
competed in a state shoot off held clay targets and a simulated
op April 7. Both teams brought walk-through a,,course. They.
home a first-place win, also competed inii the wildlife
The shoot off A as organized by identification category.
the: National Rifle Association's "Basically, our 4-H'ers were
,(NRA) Florida Youth Hunter given a situation that you would
Education Challenge (FLYHEC), experience while hunting,"
the Florida Wildlife Commission said Emerson. "At each station,
(FWC),andthehuntingdiscipline participants are required to
in Florida 4-H. 'demonstrate. safety, skill and


Pre-K

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-
3047 for an appointment.
.The Gateway Coalition will
also be there on those two
days issuing VPK vouchers tti
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


PRAY
Continued from 1A

This year's theme, "One
Nation Under God," is based on
Psalm 33:12 which reminds u
that "blessed is the nation'whose
God is the Lord." National Da)
of Prayer (NDP) Task Force
Chairman Shirley Dobson, wife
of Focus on the Family founder
Dr. James Dobson, said "At this
perilous and uncertain juncture
in our country's history, it is
critical that.we remain in prayer.
The American people continue to
be plagued with challenges that
defy simple answers, and our
hope lies, in humbly seeking the


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.
Kindergarten orientation set
All registration paperworkmust
.be turned in before Tuesday, May
8, for your child to participate in
the kindergarten orientation at
Lake 1Butler Elementary School.
The orientation will be held on
Wednesday, May 9, from 1 p.m.
to 2:30 p.m.
Your child must be five on or


Almighty's guidance, protection,
and blessing-not only on the
National Day of Prayer, but
throughout the year."
Esteemed author, founder of
Turning Point Ministries, and
senior pastorof Shadow Mountain
Community Church, Dr. David
Jeremiah, will serve as the 2012
honorary chairman of the NDP
Task Force and will give the
keynote address at the National
Observance in Washington, D.C.,
to be held at the Cannon House
office building.
Please join with others in front
of the Union County Courthouse
for a time of prayer at noon.today,
Thursday, May 3.


judgment." Intermediate team
members included Griffin
Whiteley, Tim Myers and Ty
Hamilton. Senior team members
consisted of Serena Roberts,
Case Emerson, Mitchell Cribbs
and Witt Thomas. This team will
Snow advance to the National 4-H
Shooting Sporits competition in
Grand Island, Neb.
Both teams, along with
individuals Amanda Bertine and
Sam Whitlock, have been invited
to the NRA/FWC YHEC state
shoot to be held in the Ocala
National Forest on May 5.


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


Union school board mem-
bers and Superintendent Carlton
Faulk thanked retiring food ser-
vice worker Frances Thornton
for her 19 years of service to the
school district during the April
24 board meeting.

"I started in November 1992
and Frances was one of my first
hires," said Food Service Di-
rector Betsy Whitehead. "I'm
sad to have to tell her goodbye.
She's been compassionate with
the kids. She can work circles
around some of us. She has
worked in different capacities at
different schools and whether at
.banquets or special events, she
was always willing to work. She
is so dependable and we are go-
ing to miss her."

Faulk presented Thornton with
a commemorative clock.
"On behalf of the board to


policies and procedures of the


policies and procedures of the
school.

Class of '52

reunion
The Union County High School
Class of 1952 will be hating its
60th class reunion Saturday, May
5. The reunion will be held at the
Lake Butler Church of Christ
fellowship hall, which is located
at 475 N.W. Second St. in Lake
Butler.
The event will begin at 12
p.m., with .unch served at 1
p.m. For information call David
Hendricks at 386-496-2005.


Superintendent Cariton Fautik, Frances Thrntoh anmd
Food Service .Directi:Betsy Whitehead.


honor your"1'9" & s"of 'service
to.Union Coihiyty,'he'"saffia' hiei
presenting the timepiece tob the
retiree, "the schools and the chil-


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


dren have lfu y1neen riched by
yiiur'dedication and service.'-


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, 'URSDAY, MAY 3, 2012. UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


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High school students who earned top awards at the State Science Fair were
congratulated at a recent school board meeting. They are Kelly Gray and Case
Emerson, shown here with UCHS science teacher Renap Allen.


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LBMS State Science Fair winners, Taylor Beatty and Ashley Harris, are shown here
with science teacher Renae Allen.


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Carlton Faulk recognizes.
Kelly Gray for all of her
hard work at the state
science fair this year.
Gray was selected for an
internship at NASA this
summer.



Science

fair awards

recognized

At a recent Union County
School Board meeting, members
of the school board recognized
several students who won awards
for their projects at the Regional
and State Science Fairs.
The'* Lake Butler Middle
School's Regional Science Fair
winners recognized were: Ashley
Harris, who received first place
in behavioral and social sciences
and was chosen as a State Science
Fair delegate; Taylor Beatty, who
received third place in medicine
and health and was chosen as a
State Science Fair delegate; and
Madison Adams and Chance
Oody, who received third place
in engineering and were also
chosen as State Science Fair
delegates.
Union Count. High School's
Regional .Science Fair Winners
were: Breanna Bryan, who
received third place in physical
sciences; Case Emerson, who
-received third place in biological
sciences and was chosen as a
State Science Fair delegate; Matt
Brown,' who received second
place in environmental sciences,
earned the Florida Association of
Science Teachers Award and was
chosen as a'State Science Fair
delegate; Santos Rodriguez, who
received first place in medicine
and health and was chosen as
a State Science Fair delegate;
Holly Tucker, who received first
place in biological sciences,,the
Intel Computer Science Award,
the Mu Alpha Theta Award, the
U.S. Air Force Award, earned
Best Overall Biological Science
Project, was chosen as a State
ScienceFair delegate, as a Genius
Science Olympiad delegate, and
as .an International Science Fair


There should be one day
when there is open season
on senators.
WILL ROGERS


This country has come to
feel the same when
Congress is in session as
when the baby gets hold
of a hammer.
WILL ROGERS


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State Science Fair winners.,
recognized were: Gray, whqc.
received third place in senior-
physics and was the winner of.;
the NASA Summer Internship,
and Tucker, who received fourth
place in senior biochemistry.
S"I am very proud of the hard
work and extra time the students
put into their research," said
Allen.
Allen also said she is proud 'Y
announce that there have been
more science awards earnei.'.
Those students will be recogniz-ed
in a later edition.
BELOW: (L-R) Superintendefrt.
Carlton Faulk congratulates--
Ashley Harris for her '
achievements.


With Congress, every time.,.,
they make a joke it's a
law, and every time they
make a law it's a joke. .
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Farmers Market now open...


The Union County Farmers' Market opened this past Saturday, giving local
residents a chance to purchase fresh-grown produce from local community
growers. WIC coupons and senior vouchers were accepted. Both Lala Redmond
and Candice Miller from the Suwannee Regional Economic Council (SREC)
were present helping distribute the annual coupons through Elder Options to
senior citizens. The market manager is Pete Cameron and the market is located
next to Jackson's Building Supply on S.R. 231 in Lake Butler. (L-R) Cornelius
Pinkney and Mayetta Alexander check out the fresh produce after being helped by
Redmond and Miller.


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UCHS Graduation

June 1,2012


is the perfect time for Moms, Dads,

Grandparents and others to

recognize their

graduate's achievements.


Print them for the

world to see...


Email you message and/or photo
& your phone number to
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or take your copy to:


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TIMES
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For your convenience, you can bring your photo and
information by the Union County Times or the Bradford
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delegate; and James Brown, who
received the Yale Science and
Engineering Award.
Brown, along with Kelly Gray
received first place in physical
sciences, the ASM Materials
Science Award, the U.S. Air
Force Award, the Best Overall
Physical Science Project, and
were chosen as State Science Fair
delegates, I-SWEEP delegates,
and International Science Fair
delegates.
Lake Butler Middle School
State Science Fair winners,
recognized were: Harris, who
received sixth place in junior,
zoology, and Oody, who
received fourth place in junior
engineering.
Union County High School


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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012


What's new at the zoo?...
Lake Butler Elementary School's kindergarten classes recently took a field trip to
the Jacksonville Zoo. The amount of parent participation left teachers with very few
children to chaperone. Ready to see the animals at the zoo, the classes along with
their parents rushed in the gates. These few children from Heather Ferris' class
stopped long enough to pose before their venture: (1-r) Alana Castleberry, Cristian
Gomez-Rendon, Bradin Goff, Kora Jones, Jabari Young, Courtney Parrish, Alexis
Crews, with Chase Brown at front.


School

News...
Last week's Tiger Cubs were:
Sterley Morgan, Thalia Shilts,
. Lily Neal, Kelsey Starling, Ian
Cuibreath, Dylan Decueber,
Cliton Bell, India George, Faith
Prligle,Ansleigh Worrell, Dylan
Raish, Bianca Cummings, Joshua
Rainey, Kennedy Westenberger,
Adam Norcross, Cailynn Mattox,
Frank Ziesmer, Ciera Stitt,
Hayden Rollins, Brailyn Rose,
Lily French, Kaden Hunt, Lily
Young, Kobi Morton, Keeley
Durrance, Matthew Compton,
McKenzie Clemons and Kyra
Castleberry.
The 50-Point Book Club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
too readers in the Accelerated
Reader Program. Students


who have earned 50 points
and maintained an average of
80 percent or higher will have
their photos displayed in the
cafeteria and 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. .
The newest 50-Point Club
members are as follows: Karla
Bryant, McKenzie Clemons,
Kendahl Green, Josilyn Jenkins,
Emily Mangiafico, Ciara
Manning, Dayven Sellers, Natalie
Waters, and -Alexis Williams.
Earning 100 points thus far are:
Laxavion Foster, Hannah Mason,
and Katy White.
Earning 700 points thus far are:
Ryan Hardin and Karah Oden.
The LBES library will be
closing its doors on Friday,
May 18, for the remainder of
the school year. Closing early is


necessary in order for the media
team to conduct the annual
inventory. It is required that all
books be turned in or paid for by
that date.
In addition, no student will
be allowed to charge a breakfast
or lunch after Friday, May 18.
All meals will need to be paid
in advance or at the time of
purchase. All accounts must be
paid in full by the last day of
school, Friday, June 9.
Please note that all lost book
fees, meal accounts and pre-k"
fees with a negative balance will
carry over into the next school
year and prohibit a child from
checking out books or attending
field trips until they are paid.
These charges will carry over
with fourth grade students who
are promoted to the middle
school as well.


Allen chosen for MVP Burger


The Willows Cafe presents
the. basketball MVP Burger
of the Week, the Dylan Allen
Burger.
.The Allen burger is made-,
with bacon, pickles, maybe,
mustard and cheddar cheese
and will be available until
May 11.
Changes can be made to
toppings when ordering.
Weekly MVP Burger winners
wi l be announced through
the remainder of season. The
MVP picks their favorite


Pond
management
workshop set
The Bradford, Baker and
Union County Extension Offices
will host a Tri-County Pond
Management Update at the
pond at the Bradford County
FFA farm on Thursday, May
31; from 5:30-7:30 p.m. This
program will cover a variety
of topics such as water quality,
weed identification and control,
calculating pond dimensions and
fish identification. Participants
are; invited to bring samples of
aquatic weeds from their pond
for 'identification.
Registration is $5 and will
include a hot dog dinner and


handout materials. To sign up
for this program, contact the
Bradford County Extension
Office at 904-966-6224 by noon
on May 29. A complete agenda
is available at http://bradford.
ifas.ufl.edu.
For individuals with
disabilities requiring special
accommodations, please contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at least five working days
prior to the program in order for-
proper consideration to be given
to the request.

Scholarship
available
Esther King Memorial
Scholarship applications are now
available for pick up at UCHS or


burger toppings. Burgers will
be available on the menu for
two weeks. The player with
the top-selling burger at the
end of the season will win a
free breakfast. or lunch each
week for the remainder of the
school year.'
The Willows Caf6 is located
inside of Lake Butler Hospital,
just inside the front entrance.
For more information contact
386-496-2323, ext. 230, or
www.LakeB utlerHospital.
com.


the district school board office.
Deadline for applications is June
1. Please call 386-496-3040 or
386-496-2045, ext. 238, with any
questions.

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


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ABOVE: John Gilroy and
Christy Esford, both from
the Alachua Walmart, have
each volunteered dozens
of hours at the Union
County Public Library.
RIGHT: The Walmart
Fourfdation granted funds
to the library due to the
volunteer work of their
associates. The funds were
used to purchase audio CD
books for the public.


Walmart employees recognized


BY MARY BROWN
Library Director


I would like to recognize
two Walmart employees who
have done a great service
for the Union County Public
Library and the community.
John Gilroy and Christy
Esford, both from the
Alachua Walmart, have each
volunteered dozens of hour?
to the library. Gilroy and
Esford are very conscientious,
hard workers. Both have
accomplished many jobs, at
our rural library that require
a tremendous amount of
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of volunteer, Beth Thomas)
that have been done include:
building a brick' trash can
enclosure, building a brick
AC unit enclosure, planting
trees, trimming tiees and
shrubbery, laying mulch, yard
maintenance, and much more.

The library and community
not only benefit from the
labor that these volunteers
provide, 'but have also
received mini-grants from the
Walmart Foundation due to
their volunteerism. I would
like to thank the Walmart
Foundation for the grant .,


funds received due to the
exceptional volunteer work
their associates have given to
the library. Most recently the
library used the funds from
the Walmart Foundation grant
to purchase audio CD books
for the public.

A bookplate has been placed
in each of the CD cases that
reads, "Donated by Walmart
Foundation and John Gilroy
and Christy Esford 2012."
Thank you all for all your
hard work and dedication. The
library and the community we
serve benefit greatly from all
you do.


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UC Food Host an

Pantry in need exchange

of donations student


The Union County Food
Pantry, located at 125 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler, is in desper-
ate need of food donations.
The pantry's hours are 8
a.m. to 12 noon every Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday.
Donations may be dropped off
directly at the pantry, at Rob-
erts Insurance or,the Union
County Times.


World Heritage Student
Exchange Program, a
nonprofit, public-benefit
organization, is seeking
local host families for
high school boys and. girls
from Scandinavia, France,
Germany, Italy, Thailand,
China, South Korea and the
former Soviet Republics.
Students are already
awaiting word on their host
families for the 2012-2013


academic school year. Host
families provide room, board
and guidance for a teenager
living thousands of miles
from home. Couples, single
parents, and families with or
without children in the home
are all encouraged to apply.
The exchange students
arrive from their home country
shortly before the 2012-2013
school year begins and each
World Heritage student is fully
insured, brings his/her own
personal spending money and,
expects to bear his/her share
of household responsibilities,
as well as being included in


normal family activities and
lifestyles.
If you are interested in
opening your home and
sharing your family life
.with a young person from
abroad, please call local area
representative Diana Capito at
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LBES straight A's


Kindergarten straight A's: (Baqk row, I-r) Landon Barretf,-
Jordan Ditullio and Trestin Durant. (Front row, I-r)
Brooklyn Prescott, Layla Robinson, Sonny Sargent and
Sheila Thompson. Not pictured are Hayden Erwin and
Calista Law. All photos by Tammy Wilkerson.


More kindergarten straight A's: (Back row, l-r) Gracie
Crawford, John Forsgren, Bradin Goff and Christian
Gomez. (Middle row, l-r) Kora Jones, Landyn Lynn,
Courtney Parrish.and Jocelyn Southerly. (Front row, l-r) -
Elizabeth Guadagnoli, Taliyah Harper, Jessica Kingsbury, :
Cloey McLaughlin, Giavanna Merola and Kody Stalnaker.,-
Not pictured is Ayden Proffitt.


The shaft of the arrow had been feathered with one
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n more particularly described, as
AGL ALS' follows: Commence at the Northwest
I corner of Government Lot 4, as
a? I recorded in the Public Records of
IA Union County, Florida; thence South-
0241'46" East, along the West
S..,.Jline of said Government Lot 4, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County, Florida, a distance of
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 103.91 .feet; thence North 8542'29"
CONCERNING AN East 49.76 feet to the Easterly right-
AMENDMENT TO THE of-way line of Southwest 9th Avenue;
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER thence continue North 8542'29" East
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 105.63 feet; thence North 0241'46"
BYTHE CITY COMMISSION OFTHE West 71.81 feet to the Squtherly
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA, right-of-way line of State Road 238
SERVING AS THE PLANNING AND (Southwest 2nd Street); thence North
ZONING BOARD OF THE CITY OF 84o53'00" East, along the Southerly
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA AND THE right-of-way line of said State Road
LOCALPLANNINGAGENCYOFTHE 238 (Southwest 2nd Street), a
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA, distance of 261.90 feet; thence South
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, 02*41'46" East, approximately391.00
pursuant to Sections 163.3161 feet to the Northerly right-of-way line
through 163.3248, Florida Statutes, of the abandoned railroad right-of-
as amended, comments, objections way and the Point of Beginning;
and recommendations concerning an thence continue South 0241'46"
amendment, as described, below, to East approximately 60.71 feet to the
the Cit of Lake Butler Comprehensive Southerly right-of-way line df said
Plan', ereinafter referred to as the abandoned railroad right-of-Wdy;
Comprehensive Plan, will be heard thence South 72046'32" West, along
by the City Commission of the City the Southerly right-of-way line of
of Lake Butler, Florida, serving as the said abandoned railroad right-
the Planning and Zoning Board of of-way, 430.96 feet to the Easterly
the City of Lake Butler, Florida, and right-of-way line of said "Southwest
the Local Planning Agency of Lake 9th Avenue; thence North 0353'21"
Butler, Florida, at a public hearing West, along the Easterly right-of-way
on May 14, 2012 at 5:15 p.m., or as, line of said Southwest 9th Avenue,
soon thereafter as the matter can 25.69 feet to the centerline of said
be heard, in the City Commission abandoned railroad right-of-way;
Meeting Room, City Hall, located thence North 72046'32" East, along.,
at 200 Southwest 1st Street, Lake the .Easterly right-of-way line of.
Butler, Florida. said Southwest 9th Avenue and the
'CPA 12-01, an application,' by centerline of said'abandoned railroad
Board of County Commissioners of right-of-way, 6:27 feet; thence North
Union County, Florida, to amend the 0258'39" East, along the Easterly
Future Land Use Plan Map of the right-of-way line of said Southwest
Comprehensive Plan by changing 9th Avenue, approximately 35.94
the future land use classification feet to the Northerly right-of-way line
from RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE of said abandoned railroad right-bf-
DENSITY (less than or equal to 4 way; thence North 7246'32" East,
dwelling units per acre) to PUBLIC -along the Northerly right-of-way line
and establishing the future land. .of said abandoned railroad right-of-
use classification of PUBLIC on the way, approximately 413.00 feet to the
property described, as follows: Point of Beginning.
FROM RESIDENTIAL, MODERATE
DENSITY TO PUBLIC *1
A parcel of land lying within Section
31, Township 5 South, Range 20
East, Union County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northwest G ENERAL I
corner of Government Lot 4, as
recorded in the Public Records of G ENERAL 11
Union County, Florida; thence South
02041'46" East, along the West
line of said Government Lot 4, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County, Florida, 103.91 feet;
thence North 8542'29" East 49.76
feet to.the Easterly right-of-way line
of Southwest 9th Avenue and' the
Point of Beginning; thence continue W illian
North 8542'29" East 105.63 feet; W illia
thence North 02041'46" West 71.81
feet to the Southerly right-of-way
line of State Road 238 (Southwest
2nd Street); thence North 8453'00"
East, along the Southerly right-of- C
way line of said State Road 238 Rachae
(Southwest 2nd Street), a distance of
261.90 feet; thence South 02*41'46"
East approximately 391.00 feet to
the Northerly right-of-way line of
the abandoned railroad right-of-
way; thence South 7246'32" West, N ew
along the Northerly right-of-way line N Vew
of said abandoned railroad right-of-
way, approximately 413.00 feet to
the Easterly right-of-way line of said
Southwest 9th Avenue; thence North
0258'39" East, along the Easterly (386
right-of-way line of said Southwest '-
9th Avenue, approximately 413.00
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 3.71 acres, more or less.
ESTABLISHING FUTURE LAND 40S. Lake
USE CLASSIFICATION AS PUBLIC 4. La
A parcel of land lying within Section
31, Township 5 South, Range 20 ; W
East, Union County, Florida. Being


Containing 0.49 acre, more or less.
All said lands containing 4.20 acres,
more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date,, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear
to be heard with respect to the'
amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Manager, City Hall
located at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public.
hearing, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is rfiade, which record includes the-
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
5/3 1tchg-UCT
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
SERVING AS THE PLANNING AND
ZONING BOARD OF THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA AND THE


LOCALPLANNINGAGENCY OFTHE
-CITY OF LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant Sections 163.3161 through
163.3248, Florida Statutes, as
amended, comments,,' 'bjections
and recommendations~ .-concerning
an amendment, as described
below, to the City of Lake Butler
Land Development .Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, will be
heard by the City Commission of the
City of Lake Butler, Florida, serving
as the Planning and Zoning Board
of the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
and the Local Planning Agency of
the City of Lake' Butler, Florida, at a
public hearing on May 14, 2012 at
5:15.p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard. The public
hearing will be conducted in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City Hall
at 200 Southwest First Street, Lake
Butler, Florida.'
LDR 12-02, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners
of Union County, Florida, to amend
the Official Zoning Atlas of the
Land Development Regulations by
changing the zoning district on certain
lands from RESIDENTIAL, MULTI
FAMILY-1 (RMF-1) to RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE FAMILY-2 (RSF-2) for the
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
31, Township 5 South, Range 20
East, Union County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northwest
corner of Government Lot 4, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County, Florida; thence South
0241'46" East, along the West
line of said Government Lot 4, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County, Florida, a distance of
103.91 feet; thence North 85*42'29"
East 49.76 feet to the Easterly right-
of-way line of Southwest 9th Avenue;
thence continue North 85"42'29" East
105.63 feet; thence North 02*41'46"
West 71.81 feet to the Southerly
right-of-way line of State Road 238


(Southwest 2nd Street); thence North .to one or more future dates. Any
84053'00" East, along the 6Sutherly'e Aiterested party sHiall .'be '-advised
right-of-way line of said State Road .t )at the date, time and place ofpany
238 (Southwest 2nd'. Street), a 'Icontinuation of this publid.,hearing.
distance of 261:90 feet; thence South -shall be announced during the..
02*41'46" East, approximately 391.00 public hearing and that no' further'"
feet to the Northerly right-of-way line notices concerning this matter will be
of. the abandoned railroad right-of- published, unless said continuation
way and the Point of Beginning; exceeds six calendar weeks from the
thence continue South 02*41'46" date of the above referenced public
East approximately 60.71 feet to the hearing.
Southerly right-of-way line of said At the aforementioned public hearing'"
abandoned railroad right-of-way; allf interested parties may appear-.'
thence South 72*46'32" West,. along to be heard with respect to the .
the Southerly right-of-way line of amendment to the Land Development"
the said abandoned railroad right- Regulations.
of-way,, 430.96. feet to the Easterly Acopy of theamendmentto the Land
right-of-way line of said Southwest Development Regulations is available -
9th Avenue; thence North-03*53'21 'for public inspection at the Office of-
West, along the Easterly right-of-way the City Manager in City Hall, at 200
line of said Southwest 9th Avenue, Southwest First Street, Lake Butler;
25.69 feet to the centerline of said Florida, during regular business..:
abandoned railroad right-of-way; hours.
thence North 72*46'32" East, along All persons are advised that if they
the Easterly right-of-way- line of decide to appeal any decision made
said Southwest 9th Avenue and the at the above referenced public
centerline of said abandoned railroad hearing, they will need a record 6f
right-of-way, 6.27 feet; thence. North the proceedings, and that, for such
02'58!39" East, along the Easterly purpose, they may need to ensure that
right-of-way line of said Southwest a verbatim record of the proceedings
9th Avenue, approximately 35.94 is made, which record includes the
feet to the Northerly right-of-way line testimony and evidence upon which '.
of said abandoned railroad right-of- the appeal is to be based.
way; thence North 72*46'32" East, Persons with disabilities requesting
along the Northerly right-of-way line reasonable accommodations to
of said abandoned railroad right-of- participate in this proceeding should
way, approximately 413.00 feet to the contact 352 463.3169 (Voice &
Point of Beginning. TDD) or via Florida Relay Service-_
Containing 0.49 acre, more or less. 800.955.8771.
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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012


Still more kindergarten straight A's: (Back row, I-r) Baler
Waters, Carter Roberts, Colby Peacock and Erich Seager.
:(Middle row, I-r) Jordan Seay, Konnor Rossiter, Lily,
Young, Mallorle Edsall and Sawyer Roberts. (Front row, I-
r) Tom Jenkins and Chloe Chohan. Not pictured is Kayley
Tomlinson. All photos by Tammy Wilkerson.


Cream of the crop in kindergarten: (Back row, I-r) Kadie I AL- k" i ... '-I
Adams, Cailynn Boggs, Jewel Dekle and Grant Dicks. Top kindergarten students: (Back row, I-r) Brycen Boney,
(Middle row, I-r) Lyndee Griffis, Lily Neal, Bryce Sanders Wyatt Chapman and Tanner Connell. (Front row, I-r) Kiran
and Ke'Andre Stephens. (Front row, I-r) Sydney Taylor, Crawford, Abi Gainey and Karli Jenkins. Not pictured are
Kanten Touchstone and Ashton Warner. Landen Gibson and Jack Henry Whitehead. .


Even more straight A's in kindergarten: (Back row, I-
r) Alden Bell, Ashden Johnson, Dawson Crews, Elijah
Griffis and Kadence Hawkins. (Front row, I-r) Klaryssa Top grade earners in kindergarten: (Back row, I-r)
Kennington, Natalie Heaton, Rhyan Thomas and Faith Kearstin,Chavis, Noah Douglass, Gracy Parrish and
Holmes. Not pictured is Jeremiah Denmark. Rylie Parrish. (Front row, I-r) Makayla Nelson, Dolton
Parrish and Kameran Paytee. Not pictured is Cole
Anderson-Davis.


LBES straight A's announced


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Best of kindergarten: (Back row, I-r) Jimmy Cox, Alex
Johnson and Johnte.' Nichols. (Front row, I-r) Tucker
Parrish, Jason Thomas and Kylee Williams. Not pictured
is Kiera Hunter.


First grade straight A's:
(Back row, I-r) Hance
Jones, Sarah Archer, Leah
Clark, Kennedy Dang, Ella
Dicks, Colby Dukes, Karly
Ann Raulerson and Jaci
Patrick. (Front row, I-r)
Caleb Ripplinger, Carson
Rogers, Karly Shatto,
Karleigh White, Abigail
Batson, Jill Alie Hercule-
Espinal, Kindall Johnson
and Madison Johnson.

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B Section Thursday, May 3, 2012 FEATURES
CRIME
SW=^ SOCIALS
REGIONAL NE WS N OBITUARIES
R E Gl- EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION'




Indians, Tigers make it to state tournament


Chelsea Harvin, shown batting in an earlier game,
went 2-for-4 with an RBI in Keystone's win over
Space Coast.


Ashley Maynard,
who hit the
eventual winning
two-run double,
accepts a
congratulatory
hug after
Keystone
captured its
first fnal-four
appearance in
fastpitch softball
after coming up
just short in 2008
and 2009.


Keystone' rallies
to defeat Space
Coast 6-5 in Class
4A-Region 2 final

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Ashley Maynard hit a two-run
double in the bottom of the sixth
to help the Keystone Heights
softball team come from behind
and defeat visiting Space Coast
6-5 on May 1 to win the Class
4A-Region 2 championship and
advance to the state semifinals
for the first time since the sport
changed from slowpitch to
fastpitch.
The Indians (19-7) now have
a bit of a break before traveling
to the National Training Center
Softball Complex in Clermont,
where the state semifinals and
championship game will be
played. They will play Florida
High-a 1-0 winner over West
Nassau-on Sunday, May 13, at
5 p.m.
Keystone rode two shutout
performances by pitcher Amber
Skipper to reach the Region 2
final, but the visiting Vipers
scored three runs in the top
of the sixth to take a 4-3 lead.
They loaded the bases with no
outs on two singles and an error
before pushing the runs across
on a bloop single by Brianna
Eberhardt and two groundouts.'
Rachel Wells led off the
Keystone half of the sixth by
reaching on an error. Another
error allowed Lyndsay Johnson
to reach safely and Wells to
advance to third. Skipper then
tied the game with a hard single
up the middle before Maynard,
who was 0-for-3 at that point,


doubled to score two runs and
put the Indians up 6-4.
"It seemed like a very fat pitch
to me right down the middle,"
Maynard said. "I just knew that
if I hit it good, we were going to
pull through."
Space Coast (22-8) made
things interesting when Kayla
Fuller led off the top of the
seventh with a home run on a full
count. Skipper, though, struck
out three of the next four batters
to end the game.
"This definitely -challenged
our mental toughness," said
Keystone head coach Belinda
Phillips, whose team had given
up just one run in two previous
regional games and two district
tournament games prior 'to
regionals.
The Indians went up 1-0 in the
first without the benefit of a hit.
Skipper was hit by a pitch to lead
off the inning and was advanced
to third on a bunt by Maynard
before scoring on a bunt by
Chelsea Harvin.
In the fourth, Taylor Semione
led off with an infield single and
advanced to second on an error.
After making two infield outs,
the Vipers committed an error
on a ground ball by Johnson.
Skipper then hit a single into,
left to score Semione and put
Keystone up 2-0.
Space Coast's first two
batters of the fifth drew walks,
but the Indians turned a double
play that began when second
baseman Vanessa Munoz caught
a line drive by Haleigh Myick.
An error following that play,
however, allowed the Vipers to
score a run.
Keystone answered in the
bottom half of the inning. Harvin
hit a leadoff single and scored on

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Union County-builds
6-0 lead en route
to 8-2 win over
Baldwin for Class
1A-Region 4 title
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Mariah Bowen hit a home run
and went 3-for-4, while Holly
Tucker relieved starting pitcher
Alexis Spriggle and gave up
only one hit in two and two-
thirds innings to lead the Union
County softball team to an 8-2
over Baldwin May 1 in the Class
1A-Region 4 championship in
Baldwin.
The win propelled the Tigers
.(18-6) into the final-four tourna-
ment in. Clermont.
Union got off to a fast start,
jumping out to a 5-0 lead after
two innings. In the fourth, Bo-
wen launched her solo round-"
tripper, building the Tiger lead
to >i\. ; ,
' r Spiui l' "h oi out the Indians
through ihe Isti ihree innings.,


Mariah Bowen,
shown at bat in
an earlier game,
delivered a solo
home run in the
fourth inning to
put the Tigers
up 6-0 in an
eventual 8-2 win
over Baldwin to
capture a final-
four berth.


but ran into trouble in the fourth,
giving up two runs.
The Indians (16-10) mounted
another challenge in the fifth,
putting runners on first and sec-
ond with no outs. Coach Trudy
Andrews said she sensed her
starter was beginning to tire and
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Bradford Relay for Life raises more than $52K


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was a hot start to this year's
American Cancer Society Relay
for Life of Bradford County, with
cancer survivors beginning the
inaugural lap at 2 p.m. on April
28 at the Bradford High School
track, but approximate 90-degree
temperatures did nothing to deter
fundraising efforts, with the
annual event once again reaching
and surpassing its goal.
Approximately $52,000
has been raised so far by 37
fundraising teams and other
donors. The Shands Starke team
raised more than $8,300, while
Maria Stephenson and Vicki
Tucker were recognized with
"Star" awards for their efforts in
raising at least $1,5000 each.
Dimple Overstreet, who
chaired the event for the first
year, said this year's Relay could
possibly set a record for the
amount of money raised.
"This could not have happened
without the board members that I
had and the hard-working teams
that came together and put fort
110 percent," Overstreet said.
- Also thankful was Melanie
Fuhrman, the event's previous
chairwoman, who spoke to
the participants prior to the
Luminaria ceremony.
"From the. bottom of my heart,
I appreciate everything you do in


Jeanne Moody walks
the survivors' lap.


helping to raise money for this,"
Fuhrman said. "I appreciate
you coming out here in the heat
today. I know it was really hot."
By the time Fuhrman addressed
the crowd, the temperatures had
cooled considerably, with the
Luminaria ceremony taking
place at approximately 9 p.m.
Luminaria are candle-filled
bags that line the track and are
placed in memory of those who
have been affected by cancer,
including those who eventually


succumbed to the disease.
"My goal in life is to have
less bags out here with names on
them," Fuhrman said.
Fuhrman was asked to share
her story prior to the lights at the
track being turned off, leaving
only the glow of the Luminaria,
She was diagnosed with breast
cancer five years' ago-eight
weeks after moving to the area
to open the Walgreens in Starke,
where she is the manager.
"That kind of began my
life with the American Cancer
Society," Fuhrman said. "Over
the years, I've had many other
reasons to stay involved in it."-
Fuhrman talked of two
Walgreens employees who lost
their lives to cancer and of her
brother being diagnosed with
prostate cancer two years ago.
"Unfortunately, they just
keep coming at me," Fuhrman
said. "As long as that keeps
happening, I'm going to keep
coming but here and walking."
While the Luminaria
ceremony was a time to think
of those loved ones who are no
longer around because of cancer,
the survivors' dinner earlier in
the day was a chance to show
appreciation for those who have
successfully lived through a
diagnosis of cancer or those who
See RELAY, 4B




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THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION -3B


Gov. Fuller Warren: a big

man from a small county


In 1948, a country boy from
one of the smallest counties in the
state won the governor's chair
and served a single term in office.
He provided the voters of Florida
an- exemplary administration
with a record free of political
intrigue and bickering. His
administration removed livestock
from the highways and installed
a sales tax in lieu of an income
tax.
Voters, however, denied Warren
a second term. Why?
The Telegraph-Times-Monitor
presents this week part one of a
stOry that examines the former
governor and tells readers why
his tenure was limited to one
termn.
BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
:For honesty and integrity,
he'was at the top of the ethical
charts. Researching records did
not reveal any shady deals or
actions that would accrue to
the advantage of Gov. Fuller
Warren.
H Iis term of office (1949-53),
however, coincided with the
early days of the national civil
rights movement, and Warren
handled it badly.
.:In 1951,. four young, black
men were accused of raping a
young, married, white woman,
escalating the name calling and
threats into a serious possible
mob situation developing among
some elements of the population.
At this point Harry T. Moore,
aK; black leader who was active
in registering blacks into the
Democratic party, wrote Warren
tO "not whitewash" the situation
afd assure a fair trial for the four
men, as provided by law.
On Christmas day 1951, three
weeks after Moore'had written
thie letter, his home was bombed.
Moore died on the way to the
hospital, and his wife died some
days later as a result of burns and
other injuries.
;,The civil rights movement,
formerly confined to verbal
sparring in Florida, had escalated
iitoa much more serious situation
inii a small town where blacks
and whites resided in peace for
generations. Mims, a small,
costal community on U.S. 1 near
Titusville on the Space Coast,
had erupted into a situation in
which there could be no winners
if'allowed to continue.
Siln a. democracy, when people
encounter a problem that cannot
be handled locally for whatever
reason, they contact their
0ilitical leaders, and this time
,vas no exception. Warren and
President Harry Truman were
the recipients of thousands of
letters and telegrams pleading for
help. Truman called Warren; he
dispatched the Florida National


Fuller Warren
Guard into the community,
and order was restored to -the
community within three days.
Although investigations went on
for months, no one was charged
with the crime.
Although this racial incident
occurred in the latter half of
Warren's term, the civil rights
movement would remain volatile
for several years and remained
a driving force in succeeding,
elections. The seeds for Warren's
losing the next election in
1953 were sown in the 1951
brouhaha. {1
Warren was a teetotaler-a
non-smoker and a Baptist- but in
the 1948 gubernatorial election,
he was called upon to state his
position on the upcoming Florida
wet/dry election. With tounge
in cheek, Warren replied, "If
you mean the demon drink that
poisons the mind, pollutes the
body, desecrates family life and
inflames sinners, then I'm against
it. But if you mean the elixir
of Christmas cheer, the shield'
against winter chill, the taxable
potion that puts needed funds
into public coffers to comfort
little crippled children, then I'm
for it. This is my position and I
will not compromise."
The statewide vote put Florida
in the wet camp, with counties
and cities given the authority to
make changes within keeping of
state statutes. Research doesn't
reveal Warren's position or vote
on the wet/dry election, nor does
it reveal the effect, if any, on his
running for a second term.
People who do not know the
many faces of Florida possibly
see it primarily as a sun-and-fun
tourist state with lots of sand and
pine trees, and to some ,extent
they are correct. But in reality,
Florida has many faces, including
agriculture, from strawberries
to grapefruit; from beef cattle to
aquaculture to manufacturing,
and a myriad other ventures.
Prior to the Civil War, Florida
was covered with a stand of
virgin yellow pine trees, as large
as 6 feet in diameter, and more
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The pageant included 14
contestants representing the
seven middle schools- thought
Clay County. Sharing the stage
with the junior high girls were the
eight Orange Park High School
contestants who were competing
for Miss Orange Park High.
Contestants, adhering to
the pageant's pirate theme,
entertained the crowd with an
opening dance number to the
"Pirates of the Caribbean" theme
song.
Pageant night brought an
end to seven busy months
of preparation, including
community service, fundraisers,
deadlines and many practices.
The contestants were required to
complete a minimum of 10 hours
of community service and were
scored in the areas of teacher
evaluations, scholarship (GPA),
leadership, judge's interview,
street wear and evening gown.
Several special awards were
given before the crowing, with
Mosley receiving the leadership,
photogenic and director's choice
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Mosley hopes her title will give
her the opportunity to get others
involved in community service.
While only being required to
complete 10 hours of community
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The Santa Fe College An-
drews Center's College for Kids
programs could be quite a boom-
ing success this year, with the
.addition of several new courses,
including one that will allow
children to practice their skills as
percussionists on trash cans and
the like.
Registration is currently under
way at either the Andrews Cen-
ter or online at www.mysfcol-
lege.com for Jr. College for Kids
and College for Kids-summer
programs that allow children to
get a taste of college life by reg-
istering for classes and actually
taking those classes on a college
campus.
Yet as the newly added Trash-
can Percussi'orn course-inspired
by the Blue Man Group-proves,
the experience should provide
children a good time in the early
days of their summer break.
"It'll be a lot of fun," said
Cheryl Canova, the director of
the Andrews Center.
Jr. College for Kids, which is
in its second year of existence
at the Andiews Center, is for
rising third-fifth-graders, It it a
scheduled for Monday, June 25,
through Friday, June 29, from 8
a.m. through 11:55 a.m.
The cost is $75. Some courses
may include an additional fee for
supplies.
College for Kids, which returns
for its 11[" year at the Andrews
Center, is scheduled for Monday,
July 9, through Friday, July 20. It
is for rising sixth-10t-graders.
Full-day sessions (8:10 a.m.-
4:25 p.m.) and half-day sessions
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cost of $240 and $120, respec-
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For more information, please
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4:30 p.m., or call the center at
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ABOVE: Sarah Warren'
Stakes advantage of a
special fundraiser in
which people could
mash Virginia Autry's
cupcakes into the face
of Starke Police Capt.
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RELAY
.Continued from 2B

are currently in the midst of a
hopeful recovery.
Sylvia Reddish spoke to
fellow survivors prior to the
meal, which was sponsored by
the Altrusa-Club of Starke.
"I am a 10-year survivor
of breast- cancer," Reddish
announced before being greeted
by loud applause.
Reddish said her'cancer did
not show up on mammograms,
but she knew her body better
than anyone else, she said. She
knew something was wrong.
Her insistence led to having an
ultrasound exam.
"In doing an ultrasound, they
found two very small places,"
Reddish said.
She saw a surgeon the next
day, who performed a biopsy, the
result of which was malignant.
Reddish chose to have a
mastectomy, which wound up
revealing that she didn't just
have "two very small places,"
but three.
It was a life-changing
experience, Reddish said. The
person who has always enjoyed
talking to people now makes
it her mission to talk to people
who have been diagnosed with
cancer. Reddish and her friend
Sylvia Tatum, another cancer
survivor, are now part of the
American Cancer Society's
Reach for Recovery program.
"We just. thoroughly enjoy
what we're doing," Reddish said
before adding, "It just touches
me to see all of you here today."
Money raised by the Relay
for Life of Bradford County
and 6,000 other such events
throughout the U.S. go toward
funding such support programs
as Reach for Recovery as well
as research into developing new
cancer-fighting drugs.
Fuhrman said funds raised
through Relay for Life events
helped create two medications
that were able to help her.
"I appreciate you guys
coming out here and doing these
fundraisers, whether it's rain or
shine," Fuhrman said. "Just keep
going at it. Hopefully, within my
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Kingsley
Kruizers to
host diabetes
fundraising
dinner May 3

The Kingsley Kruizers, a I
cal fundraising team that part
pates in the American Diabet
Association's annual Tour
Cure bicycle ride, will be hostir
a fundraising dinner on Thur
day, May 3, from 5:30 p.m. un
7:30 p.m. at the Starke Golf an
Country Club.
Tickets are $10. Dinners a
available for take-out, but may 1
eaten at the country club.
A drawing for a $100 in ga
and a massage will be held th
evening as well.
Tickets for either the dinner
the drawing may be purchase
from any Kingsley Kruize
member or by contacting Chri
tie Torode at 904-966-1002 <
torode.christie@mybradford. u
This year's Tour de Cure i
Jacksonville will be held Satu
day, May 19.

BCEF spelling
bee to take
place May 12

The Bradford County Educa
tion Foundation will present i
annual spelling bee Saturda
May 12, at the National Guai
armory on Edwards Road
Starke.
Dinner will be served at6 p.rr
followed by the bee at 7 p.r
Desserts by some of Bradford
finest bakers will be available f(
purchase.
The competition, so far, ii
cludes last year's winnir
Brooker Elementary School teai
of Marie and Troy Appling, tl
Starke Elementary team of Daw
Freeland and Lynn Woods, tl-
Bradford County Schools teai
of Linda Alday and Nancy Alva
rez, the Altrusa of Starke team <
Ellen Roberts and ai yet-to-be-d&
termined partner, the Kiwanis (
Starke team of Winnie Hollan
and ShfeTrv -R1zklgi, and lth
B1ed l .4g.,"el0-.d official
team of Jimmy Alvarez and Ra
Norman, as well as teams re[
-resenting the Bradford Count
Sheriff's Office, Roberts Insur
ance and Western Steer Famil
Steakhouse.
Tickets are $20 for ages 13 an
up and $10 for children.
All proceeds go to the Bradfor
County Education Foundation,
'nonprofit group that strives t
increase the support of and corr
munity invovlement in the Brac
ford County school system.

Crosshorn
Ministries
to host fish
yMay 19

SCrosshorn Ministries Inc.,
n profit organization devoted
ti the love of the outdoors, wil
bp hosting a fish fry on Saturday
May 19, from 9 a.m. until 2 p.rr
at Pheenix Farms in Interlachen
[The ministry was created fc
males of all ages, but the whol
family is welcome to enjoy fooc
fellowship and a safari bus tou,
There will be prize drawings an.
aivards as well.
'A donation of at least,.$10 pe
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family is suggested.
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Santa Fe
Boots-N-
BBQ set for
May 18-19
Santa Fe C llege's annual
Boots-N-BBQ kicks off with
o- a rockin' Friday night on May
:i- 18 with a show featuring Molly
es Hatchet. Mustang Sally and
de Tobacco Rd. Band. During the
ng day on Saturday. May 19, there
rs- will be more live music, plenty
til of barbecue and other food items.
nd family entertainment, arts and
crafts and lots more.
The event, which will be
re held at- the Bradford County'
be Fairgrounds, is a Florida Bar-
B-Que Association-sanctioned
as competition and will draw
at professional teams from Alabama
and Georgia as well as Florida.
or Backyard teams will compete as
ed well.
rs Boots-N-BBQ is a fundraiser
s- for Santa Fe College scholarships


and and billed as "Florida's most
fun BBQ weekend." It runs 5-10
p.m. on May 18 and 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
on May 19-rain or shine.
Admission is $15 for Friday
evening and $5 for Saturday.
Tickets may be purchased
in advance at www.bootsnbbq.
com.
For more information, visit
the websitt, or contact Kathryn
Lehman. You can send ema:l to
Lehman at kathryn.lehman@sf-
college. edu, or call her at 352-
395-5355.

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event needs
your votes

As part of a fun way to supple-
ment the money raised by Santa
Fe College's Boots-N-BBQ,
three Bradford County notables
have stepped forward and are
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
,Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers ir
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties
All individuals on this report are
presumed innocent until adjudi-
cated guilty by a court.
Dennis Kent Alexander, 64, ol
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 30 by Bradford deputies
for dealing in stolen property
Bond was set at $20,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Bridgette Bardoe. Anderson
31, of Gainesville was arrested
April 24 by Starke police on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $100 and she was re-
leased April 24.
Darian Scott Arnold, 42, of
Lawtey was arrested for larceny,
dealing in stolen property, bur-
glary and fraud-impersonation.
Bond was set at $60,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Kaleb Lee Scott Arnold, 19,
;of Lawtey was arrested April 24
by Bradford deputies for bur-
:glary and larceny. Bond was set
:at $30,000 and he was released
,.April 27.
: Charles Willard Cannady, 31,
of Starke was arrested April 26
Sby Starke police on an out-of-
;.counrity warrant. Bond was set
*-.'--at $1,006 and he was released
SApril 26.
: Michael J. Case, 57, of Cin-
cinnatus, N.Y: was arrested
Apiil 29 by Bradford deputies
for a traffic offense. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was released
April 29.
Aaron David Cassidy, 26, of
Lake Alfred was arrested April
28 by Starke police for larceny.
"'.J3ond was set at $3,000 and he
: .',vwas released April 29. /
Dennis-Gordon Couey/, 37, of
.,Jackson ille was arrested April
7:-24 by Starke police for driving
*with a suspended or revoked li-
-'cense. Bond was,set at $500 and
h was released April 25...








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Shandah Michelle Craw-
ford, 38, of Starke was arrested
April 25 by Bradford deputies
for vehicle theft, dealing in sto-
len property, killing or abusing
horse or cattle, unlawful dis-
s posal of a dead animal, forgery
and larceny. Bond was set at
- $46,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Johnathan Lloyd Douglass,
20, of Starke was arrested April
25 by Bradford deputies for lar-
ceny. Bond was set at $15,000
and he was released April 26.
s Norman Paul Driggers, 28,
of Starke was arrested April 30
by Starke police for burglary
and larceny. Bond was set at
$30,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Derrick Dewayne Edwards,
34, of Gainesville was arrested
April 24 by Starke police for
fraud-impersonation. He was re-
leased April 25.
Thomas Logan Ewing, 25, of
Starke was arrested April 27 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of narcotics equipment and pos-
session of cocaine. Bond was set
at $11,000 and he was released
April 28.
Mark Steven Faulkner, 23, of
t Starke was arrested April f25 by
Bradford deputies for a misde-
meanor probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
-Allen Fernandez, 58, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
30 for violating an injunction.
Julie Elizabeth Fife, 32, of
Middleburg was arrested by
Starke police for disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$1,000' and she was released
. April 30.
Lillian Christine Gardiner,
18, of Hawthorne was arrested
April 24 by Bradford deputies
for a driving with a suspended
or revoked license. Bond was
set at $500 and she was released
April 24.
Carol Cox Geiger, 62, of
Starke was arrested April 28 by
Starke police for a misdemeanor
probation violation. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she was re-
leased April 28.


Dennis Ray Gibbs, 43, of
Hampton was arrested April 27
by Bradford deputies for bat-
tery. He remained in jail at press
time.
Tyrone Alvon Guion, 23, of
Starke was arrested April 28 by
Starke police for driving with no
valid license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released April
28.
Derek Timothy Harper, 28,
of Starke was arrested April 30
by Starke police for fraud and
larceny. Bond was set at $6,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Marklee John Harris, 30, of
Starke was arrested April 25 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he was
released April 26.
Justin Michael Hedding, 21,
of Keystone Heights was ar-
rested by Bradford deputies on
April 30 for a misdemeanor pro-
bation violation. He remained in
jail at press time.
Marcel Henderson, 38, of
Starke was arrested by Clay
deputies for a habitual traffic
offense, possession of cocaine,
and possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis.
Apollios Nehru Holland, 38,
of Starke was arrested April 28
by Bradford deputies for a traffic
offense. Bond was set at $2,500
and he was released April 28.
Earl Johnson, 19, of Lawtey
was arrested April 24 by Brad-
ford deputies,for battery. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was re-
leased April 25.
Tasha Feon Johnson, 31, of
Starke was arrested April 29 by
Starke police for battery. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released April 30.
Caryn D Jordan, 31, of Key-.
stone Heights was arrested on
April 28 on an out-of-county
warrant. She was released April
28.
Brady Lockwood, 32, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
25 by Clay deputies for failure
to appear.
Aaron Shane McRae, 21, of


Lake Butler was arrested April
30 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released May
1.
Jonathan Ross Mikell, 23, of
Starke was arrested April 30 by
Bradford deputies for sex of-
fender violations. Bond was set
at $50,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Alton Lamar Moore, 50, of
Starke was arrested April 27 on
an out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $1,002 and he re-
mained in jail at press time.
Adrian S. Mosley, 40, of
Starke was arrested April 28 on
an out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $3,301.50 and he was
released April 30.
Angela Rivers, 19, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
. 29 by Clay deputies for burglary
and grand theft.
James Martin Rulevitch,
46, of Lawtey was arrested by
Starke police for retail theft. He
remained in jail at press time.
Chrostopher Sherouse, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 28 by Clay deputies for
trespassing.,
Jessica Squires, 22, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested April
25 for a probation violation.
Glen Stanton, 49, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 25 by
Clay deputies for exploitation of
the elderly, grand theft, forgery,
petit theft and dealing in stolen
property..
Quandrell Xavier Steele, 19,
of Starke was arrested April 30
by Bradford deputies for failure
to appear and possession of mar-
ijuana. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released April 30.
Charles Brandon Stuckey, 39,
of Lawtey was arrested April 24
by Bradford deputies for con-
tempt of court. Bond was set at
$50,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Douglas Swanson, 54, of


Lake City was arrested April 22
by Union deputies on an out-of-
county warrant.
Kimberly Michelle Thomas,
26, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 30 by Bradford
deputies for battery and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond was set at
$16,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Anthony Brannon Todd, 20,
of Brooker was arrested April 25
by Bradford deputies for dealing
in stolen property and larceny.
Bond was set at $6,000 and he
was relenwPl April 26.


Anthony Maynard Watson,
46, of Starke was arrested April
26 for possession of cocaine and
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Dwayne Weedon, 25, of Key-
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29 by Clay deputies for a proba-
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Joseph Parnel Williams', 54,
of Starke was arrested April 24
by Starke police for failure to
appear. He was released April
25.


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Keystone defeats Tornadoes 2-0 in regional semifinal game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights turned a
triple play to get out of a bases-
loaded situation in the top of
the third, with pitcher Amber
Skipper then giving up one hit
the rest of the way in a 2-0 win
over visiting Bradford in a Class
* 4A regional softball semifinal
on April 27.
Skipper gave up six hits and
no walks, while Kayla Walker
and Kelsey Waters each batted
i n a run to help keep the Indians'
postseason alive.
Yet Bradford (23-7) had a
golden opportunity in the third.
Kiki Strong and Lainie Rodgers
hit back-to-back singles. Ashley
- Johnson then hit a grounder
to Skipper, who threw to third
to get the force out. However,
an error on the play allowed
Strong to reach safely, and the
Tornadoes had the bases loaded.
Taylor Cruce hit a hard line
drive that was snagged by second
baseman Vanessa Munoz, who
promptly threw to first for the
second out. First baseman then
: fired the ball to shortstop Chelsea.


Harvin, who was covering
second. Umpires initially ruled
that Rodgers was safe at second,
but after conferring on the play,
they ruled that she was out.
Keystone head coach Belinda
Phillips gave her players credit
for their heads-up play.
"That's what we've-always
preached on-you've got to be
in the play, not watching the
play," Phillips said.
Bradford head coach Daniel
Davis said he did not have a
good vantage point to determine
if the out was indeed recorded
at second, but was disappointed
that the umpire farthest from the
play was the one who overruled
the initial call.
"I couldn't see it, really, from
where I was," Davis said. "I
really just had an issue with the
way it was handled.".
Bradford had five hits up to
that point, but did not get another
until there were two outs in the
seventh inning.
"It was a pretty big momentum
killer," Davis said.
The Indians went up 1-0 in
the bottom of the first. Skipper


hit a lead-off single, followed
by Ashley Maynard successfully
reaching on a bunt. A sacrifice
bunt by Harvin moved the
runners over before Waters drew
a walk. Skipper was caught off
the bag as Waters was taking
her base for the second out, but
Keystone did get a run when
Walker hit a single.
.Bradford put together a two-
out threat in the second when
Mackenzie Gault and Lindsey
Wiggins hit consecutive singles,
with Gault reaching third on
Wiggins' hit. An infield pop-up,
though, ended the inning.
After turning the triple play,
the Indians put another run on
the board. Skipper, who was
2-for-2, led off the bottom of
the third with a single into right
and advanced on Maynard's
sacrifice bunt. A wild pitch
moved Skipper to third before
she scored on a triple into center
field by Waters.
Bradford pitcher Ashton
Adkins, who gave up six hits,
helped get the Tornadoes out of
a jam in the fourth. Keystone's
Semione led off the inning with


Bradford's Mackenzie Gault, shown in an earlier game against Keystone, had two
hits in the 2-0 regional semifinal loss.


a single, while Munoz reached
on an error. Adkins (16-6) then
recorded two straight strikeouts
before giving up a walk to
Skipper. Maynard then hit a
ground ball to Cruce at third to
end the inning.
The Tornadoes had outs on a
fly ball and a strikeout in the top
of the seventh before Gault, who
was 2-for-3, singled into left
field. Wiggins, though, hit a fly


ball to Waters in center field to
end the game.
Strong was also 2-for-3 for
Bradford, which has yet to ever
advance beyond the regional
semifinals.
However, Davis believes the
program is moving in the right
direction.With 23 wins,Bradford
had one of its best seasons, and
the future looks bright as six


starters return next year-.all
but one of which are currently
freshmen or sophomores.
"It's a great experience for
them to be able to go through
this, to see what it takes to win
playoff games and to see what
kind of atmosphere it's in,"
Davis said. "That's really a big
advantage they're going to have
for years to come."


I D sixth. An error on a ground ball Indians and Maynard capped a each going 2-for-4.
hit by Maddy Clark loaded the night to remember with a come- If the Indians win their May
Continued from 1B bases before Eberhardt hit her from-behind win. 13 state semifinal game, they
run-scoring single. Ground balls "I'm just going to be smiling will play for the Class 4A
a triple into left-center by Kelsey by Monica McCarthy and Dani all night long," Maynard said. championship on Monday, May
Waters. Mowry allowed two more runs "I'm never going to stop." 14, at 4:05 p.m. against either
The Vipers' Katie Goddard to score, putting Space Coast up Keystone finished with 11 Miami Gulliver Prep or Fort
and Janet Snipe hit back-to-back 4-3. hits, with Skipper going 2-for-3 Myers Bishop Verot.
singles to lead off the top of the The lead didn't last long as the and Harvin, Semione and Waters


WARREN
Continued from 3B

than 100 feet tall, from central
Florida north into other southern
states. The west coast of central
Florida, in the "Big Bend" area,
contained a tremendous stand of
large cypress.
Those stands of timber are now
gone, but the timber business
continues with tree growers
planting and growing -a hybrid
pine that grows fast, but lacks the
quality of a virgin yellow pine.
A large percentage of the planted
pine trees are consumed in paper
making, harvested after about 20
years of growth. The advent of
..computers into the marketplace
has created a demand for paper
beyond comprehension a few
years earlier.
Warren's administration
removed the cows from the
Florida highways-an essential
move for the protection of
motorists-but a highly
unpopular action in the eyes of
cattle owners. In some areas,
such as Union and Bradford
counties, and possibly across the
state, cattlemen may have run
hundreds- of heads of cattle and
not own an acre of land. In cold
and,rainy weather, cattle would
congregate at night on the warm
and dry highways, creating a
dangerous hazard for vehicles.
Hitting an 800-pound cow is
often .fatal to vehicle drivers
and passengers, and tough on
-automobiles. Most cows didn't
fare too well, either.
Removing cows from the


Fuller Warren, the 30th governor of Florida, speaks in front of the Union County
courthouse, probably thanking citizens for their support of his election by a great
majority. .


highways had an unintended
consequence-and a very good
one-it stopped cattle owners
from burning the woods each
winter. Prior to Warren's
removing cows from the
highways, cattle owners burned
the woods to prompt the grass to
come up for cattle grazirig. Prior
to 1949, there wasn't a deer or
turkey to be found in Union and
Bradford counties. Burning the.,-
underbrush destroyed the natural
habitat, leaving wildlife no place
to live or protect their young.
Removing cows from the


roads probably made, few
friends for Warren among cattle
owners, possibly contributing to
his early retirement from office.
But Warren loved politics; he
apparently loved serving the
people in a political office, but
obviously, he loved the political
race. He- loved people, the
shaking of hands and inquiring
about health and friends. To
make a living, he practiced
law; to enjoy living he served
others, and began early in life to
be recognized as a leader in the
field of politics.


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I


V.B. Fowler
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mari-
onBenjamin "M.B." Fowler Sr.,71,
of 'Keystone Heights passed away
April 29,e2012 at Roberts Care Cen-
ter,:in Palatka. Marion was born in
Brooker on December 24, 1940 to
thd late Ernest Fowler and Jessie
Swilley Fowler. He was a mem-
ber of Southside Baptist Church of
Palatka and he kept faith in God
unPil the very end. M.B. worked as
a dredge operator for many years
and was a member of the William
B.,Barnett Masonic Lodge No. 187
in Jacksonville as a mason. He was
preceded in death by: his son, Rich-
ard Fowler and his granddaughter,
Tiffany Michele Wexler.
He is survived by: his loving wife
of 55 years, Clara Patterson Fowler
of Keystone Heights; his children,
Robert (Mariam) Fowler of Louisi-
ana, Ronald Fowler, Marion Benja-
min "B.B." Fowler, Jr., Charles Pat-
rick (Mary) Fowler all of Keystone
Heights, Ernest Wayne Fowler of
Hilliard, Kathy (Danny) Tilley of
Arkansas, and Elizabeth Fowler of
Keystone Heights; cousins, Larry
Fowler and Dewey Fowler Jr.; 29
grandchildren and 16 great, grand-
children.
Funeral Services will be held on
Friday, May 4, 2012 at 11 a.m. at
Ardhie Tanner Funeral Services.
Interment will follow at Dedan
Ceinetery. The family will receive
friends an hour prior to the service at
thefuneral home. In lieu of flowers
please make donations to the funeral
homiae to assist with expenses. Ar-
rangements are under the care and
dirdetion of Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of Starke. Visit www.archi-
etaiinerfuneralservices.com to sign
the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Chew Hill
LAKE BUTLER-Ulysses
"Chew" Hill, 44, of Lake Butler
died April 21, 2012 at Shands, UF
in Gainesville. He was a lifelong
resident of Lake Butler and was a
member of the House of Prayer in
Lale Butler.
Mr. Hill was preceded in death
by:ehis father, Johnny Mac Hill; his
wife, Veronica Hill and his grand-
mother Claudia Mae Hill.
He is survived by: his mother,
Betty Alexander Bacon of Lake
Butler; companion, Gladys Robin-
son s on, Kyle Coeland; step-
daughters, Tara Robinson and Don-
na Copeland; sister, Natasha Odom
of Lake Butler; brothers, Johnny Al-
exander and Ivan Alexander, both
of:Lake Butler and Jonathan Alex-
ander of Gainesville.
Funeral services will 'be held Sat-
urday, May 5, 2012 at 11 a.m. in
th6 chapel of Archer Funeral Home
with Pastor Patrick Maxwell offi-
ciating.. Burial will follow in Fort
Call Cemetery. The family will re-
ceive friends, from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri-
day evening.

Albin Hons
STARKE-Albin David Hons,
80; of Starke died April 27, 2012 at
Haven Hospice in Gainesville after
a brief illness. He was born in Lake-
land and had lived in Starke since
1989. He was a retired iron worker.
He is survived by: his wife of 40
years, Linda Hons of Starke; sons
Edward A. (Jeanette) Hons of Ala-
chua, Albin David Hons Jr. of San
Diego Calif. and Ronald Hons of
South Florida and brother Ralph See
of&Homestead.
.,Mr. Hons will be buried in Sapp
Cemetery in Raiford at a later date.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake But-
le(is in charge of the arrangements.

James Rolin
FLORAHOME- James Ley-
ton Rolin, 58, of Florahome passed
away at the Roberts Care Center in
Palatka on April 24,2012.
Mr. Rolin was born in Washing-
ton; D.C. on December 30,1954 and
served in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Pripr to his retirement he was an
Environmental Contractor and was
ver active withthhe Boy Scouts.
His- father, James Emerald Rolin,
preceded him in death.
;Mrf. Rolin is survived by: his
wife, Ruan Min of Shang Hai, Chi-
na; son, James E. (Kathleern) Rolin
qf Harrison, Mich.; his mother, Ig-
etha Rolin of Florahome; sisters, .
Susan R. Farrar of Hollister, Tracy


Scagliarini of Lowell, Md., and two
granddaughters.
A graveside service was held on
Wednesday, May 2, 2012, at Key-
stone Heights Cemetery. In lieu of
flowers, the family has requested
contributions please benmade to The
Liver Foundation for Kids, P.O.
Box 372, Lemont, IL 60439. Ar-
rangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Chester Searle
PELHAM, TENN.-Chester
Ernest Searle Jr., 77, of Pelham,
Tenn. passed away April 23, 2012
at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville
Tenn. He attended Chapman's Cha-
pel Church of the Nazarene. He was
preceded in death by: his parents
Chester Ernest Searle Sr. and Ruth
Kerr Hammond; and sisters Ruth
and Ellen.
Survivors include: his wife Jewel
Searle of Pelham, Tenn.; son Duane
(Darlene) Searle of Starke; daugh-
ter Jan (Jeffrey) McRae of Starke;
grandchildren Jeremy (Amber)
McRae, Rebecca McRae, Sarah
Searle, Gary Searle, Tim Searle;
great-grandchildren Mason McRae
and Gracie Steele.
Funeral services were held
Thursday, April 26 at Chapman's
Chapel with the Rev. John Burge
officiating. Burial followed at War-
ren Cemetery with military honors
provided by the Sequatchie Valley
Honor Guard.
Funeral arrangements were han-
dled by Cumberland Funeral Home
;of Monteagle, Tenn.
PAID OBITUARY

Peggy Barnett
Keystone Heights Peggy
Clarice Dale Barnett, 79, of
Keystone Heights died April 29,
2012, at the North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville after
an extended illness. She was born
in Milwaukee, WI and grew up
.and spent most of her life in Starke
before moving to Keystone Heights
25 years ago. She was a retired
nurse, and.the daughter of the. late
Ambrose Arthur and Clara Aldridge
Dale.


Barnett is survived by her
husband Vernon Rolland Barnett,
daughter Debra Barnett of Raiford,
sons Randall Cozatt of Dunedin,
Gary (Vivian) Cozatt of Raiford,
Douglas (Sherry) Barnett of Lake
Butler, sister Grace Jordan of Starke,
and 8 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May
2 at Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler with Bro. Douglas Barnett,Jr.
officiating. A private burial will take
place May 3 at Bushnell National
Cemetary. Archer Funeral Home is
in charge of arrangements.



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BY CLIFF SMELLED
Regional News/Sports Editor
They say the third time's the
charm, and that proved to be
the case as the Union County
baseball team gave head coach
Brian Tomlinson his first win
in three district championship
game appearances-and the
Tigers' first title since 2007-by
a score of 4-0 over Newberry
on April 26 in the District 7-1A
tournament in Newberry.
An unsuspecting Tomlinson
got the contents of a cooler
dumped over his head by
exuberant players, and he was
just fine with that.
"The ice bath felt great,"
he said. "I think that's the first
time I've ever had that done in
baseball. It was wonderful."
Three was a magical number
in another sense as pitcher
Dylan Allen, who wears number
33, earned the win, giving up
five hits in six and two thirds
innings. Allen (3-2) started the
game strong, striking out five of
the first six batters he faced and
not giving up a hit until the fifth
inning.
Allen finished with eight
strikeouts and two walks.
Not bad for someone who
at one point wasn't even in the
pitching rotation.
"He has done an outstanding
job for someone who, when
we started the year, wasn't a
pitcher," Tomlinson said. "He


Union players (from left) Dustin Hersey, Colby
CothrenAustin Harden and Troy Kite congratulate
each other and show off the championship trophy.
was just strictly a first baseman. followed by Dustin Hersey's.


He kept telling us he could pitch.
We finally listened to him.
"This is what it got us."
Union (18-8), whith will'
host a regional semifinal, game
against Wildwood (17-6) .on
Tuesday, May 8, at 7 p.m., gave
Allen two runs to work with
early, thanks to a three-hit first
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bunt single, putting runners at
the comers. Austin Harden got
the Tigers' third straight hit-a
Single into shallow center field
that scored Kite. A gi'lund'ball
to short by Kyle Shealy" allowed
Hersey to score.
Harden and Hersey -each
finished the game 2-for-3, but-,
the Tigers were held to four hits
after the first inning by Newberry
pitcher Kyle Kirby (7-4).
"We did what we had to do to
get some runs early," Tomlinson
said.
-That was good enough for
the Tigers with the way Allen.
was pitching, getting Newberry
batters to mostly ground ouf or
strke out. However, after left
fielder Chance Bailey made a
See DISTRICT, 10B


TIGERS
Continued from 1B
Lafayette County at 5 p.m. on .
Monday, May 7, at the National
Training. Center Softball Com-
plex in Clermont. The winner of
that game will play either Jay or
Port St. Joe for the state cham-
pionship on Tuesday, May 8, at
4 p.m.
Andrews said she told her
squad after the Baldwin game to
cherish and celebrate the victory
that night.
"Tomorrow," she said, "it's
back to square one"
Tigers defeat Villages
by 5 in semifinals
The Tigers rode a five-run
fourth inning and a two-hitter
thrown by Spriggle to a 6-1
win over the Villages in a Class
lA-Region 4 semifinal game on
April 27 in the Villages.
Bowen hit a two-run double
as part of the big inning that put
Union up 6-0.
The Villages (21-6) scored an
unearned run in the sixth.
Bowen finished 2-for-5 with
two RBI, while Johns and
Jordane Spitze were each 3-for-4
with an RBI. One of Spitze's hits
was a double.
Harden and Jordyn Driggers
were each 2-for-4, with Harden
hitting a double and driving in a
run.
Rimes drove in a run as well.
Spriggle gave up only one
walk in the complete-game
performance.
Regional News/Sports Editor
Cliff Sinelley contributed to this
'story.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford's Diontre Jonas
earned twomedals,while helping
the 4x100 earn another at the
Class 2A Florida High School
Athletic Association Track and
Field Finals, which were held
April 28 at the University of
North Florida in Jacksonville.
Jonas placed third in the 200m
with a time of-21.96, finishing
behind champion Levonte




DISTRICT
Continued from 9B

diving catch of a line drive for
the first out in the top of the fifth,
the Panthers strung together two
consecutive singles. A two-out
walk drawn by Dylan Leschanz
loaded the bases, but Allen was
able to get Kyle Smith to strike
out on a full count.
The Tigers capitalized on'
Newberry errors to put another
two runs on the board in the
sixth. Allen led off the inning
with a double and moved to third
on a deep fly ball by Shealy that
almost cleared the fence before
the Newberry left-fielder made
a leaping catch. The Panthers
made an error on an infield
grounder by Chris Starling, but
it appeared as if Allen would be-
tagged out after getting caught
in a rundown between home
and third. An error on a throw
to home, though, allowed Allen
to score and Starling to reach
second.
Another error, on a pickoff
attempt, allowed Starling to
advance to third. He scored on a
passed ball.
Newberry (20-7), down to its
last chance, got a leadoff single
from Austin Atkinson to start
the seventh. Two outs later,
Leschanz bunted safely, while an
error on a bunt by Smith allowed
the Panthers to load the bases.
Tomlinson decided to bring
Shealy in to close things out on
the mound.
"Dylan was getting tired,"
Tomlinson said. "He had thrown
a lot of pitches, but he did his job
v--tonight. We wanted to make sure
he got the reward for it."
Allen was indeed rewarded
with the win when Shealy struck
out Kirby to end the game.
"It feels real good to come out
here and finally win a district
championship," Allen said. "I've
been playing three years now
as a junior. I had a chance my
freshman year. We just came up
a little short.
"Now, it feels really great to
come out and actually win it."
As the district champ, the
Tigers will not only host the
May 8 regional semifinal against
Wildwood, but would earn
the right to host their region's
championship if they defeat


Whitfield of Orlando Jones, who
had a time of 21.96, and runner-
up Teray Smith of Plantation
American Heritage, who had a
time of 21.22.
In the 100m, Jonas earned the
last medal ahead of Palatka's
Jaquille Melton, placing eighth
with a time of of 10.84. Melton
had a time of 10.97.
Jones' Whitfield won the
100m title with a time of 10.52.
The 4x100m team, which also


Wildwood. If theTigers advance,
they will play either the Villages
(20-6) or Newberry on Friday,
May 11.

District semifinal stats
Stats from the Tigers' 12-8
District 7 semifinal win over
Baldwin on April 24 were not
available at press time to include
in the April 26 edition of the
paper, but they are presented
here now.
It was a. wild game that saw
Union go up 6-0, fall behind
7-6 and then go back up 12-7.
Harden and Bailey, who each
hit a double, drove in four and
three runs, respectively, to help


consisted of Cody Hill, Isaiah
Jamison and Kenny Dinkins,
was fourth with a time of 42.14.
American Heritage and Miami
Washington were first and
second, respectively, with times
of 41.61 and 41.63, while Jone's
was third with a time'of 42.02.
The top eight finishers in each
event earned medals.
Girls' team member Tiana
Sheffield earned a pair of 10th-
place finishes for Bradford in


the Tigers survive and move
on to face Newberry for the
championship.
Bailey finished 2-for-4, as
did Colby Cothren, who had a
double and an RBI. Hersey was
3-for-5 with an RBI, while Allen
and Shealy each had an RBI.
Shealy hit a double.
Starting pitcher Hersey (7-2)
earned .the win, giving up one
earned run and seven unearned
runs on six hits and four walks
in five innings. He had six
strikeouts.
Kite gave up one unearned
run on one hit, while striking out
three. Allen earned the save with
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the long jump and triple jump "
with distances of 16'6.25" and
35'3.5", respectively. 1 .
Dinkins placed 14'" in the
400m (51.18) and was a member -.
of the 4x400m relay team, which
was 14th also. The team, which .
had a time 'of 3:30.17, also
consisted of DaQuan Blount,
Jacob Henderson and DaVontre'
Edmonds.


Earning medals forZI
Bradford at the track .
and field finals were
(clockwise from top
left) Isaiah Jamison,
Diontre Jonas, Kenny
Dinkins and Cody Hill.
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NEVER BEFORE TITLED,
all warranties apply,
3B/2BA. Only $350/mo.
904-783-4619.
DOLLAR AND DEED can
get you a new home for
only $270/mo. Call 904-
783-4619.
USED 16X80, $9,500 will
. move. Call 904-783-
4619.
WILL MOVE FREE 2012
*double wide 3BR/2BA.
Only $39,900, call 904-
783-4619.
50
For Rent
MOBILE HOME-& HOUSE
for rent. In good condition.
For more information call,
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
KEYSTONE, 641 EAST ST.
3BR/2BA SWMH. Dis-
count for retired, military,
SSI/state retired. 1 pet
allow, $20 nonrefundable
records Check. $450/mo.
$450 deposit, $100 pet
deposit. 727-544-5054-or
352-235-7554.
2BR/1BA. on Lake Santa
Fe., with dock, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
screened front porch.
$695/mo. $600 deposit.
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220.
FOR LEASE, 3BR/2BA 1350
sq. ft. house near hospital
and schools in Starke.
Fenced back yard, newly
renovated. Call 904- 782-
1957 or 352-745-0538.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, closeto prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
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. HG
and non-HC accessible
apartments Laundry facil-
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Starke Apts.
$199
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


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Special

2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
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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 microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. 'Call 904-364-6942.
2BR/1BA APT. $400/mo. no
deposit, month to month.
Credit check, referenc-
es. Call Joan, 904-964-
4303.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
2BR. house and Mobile
home available. Lakev-
iew's, $600/$500 plus
deposit. Possible senior
discount offered. Con-
veniently located near
shopping, free mainte-
nance Call 352-450-8518
or 352-226-6226.

3 OR 4BR/1.5BA. City water
& sewer, CH/A, across
from Community Church.
$750/mo. 352-475-0333.
1BEDROOM upstairs ga-
rage apartment. $250/mo.
in good neighborhood
in downtown Starke. No
alcohol, no smoking, no
children, service animals
only. Must male de-
posit with City of Starke.
$250/mo. Must be a good
housekeeper. Call 904-
964-6351 ask for Gene.
HOUSE KEYSTONE
close 'to schools. 3BR/
S1.58A. Completely re-
modeled, with carpet,
appliances,cabinets. Must
see, call Trevor Waters
Realtor, 352-246-7776 .
STARKE to prison, 2BR/
1.5BA MH. in country.
CH/A, Carport, large
yard. $550/mo. Deposit
required. 904-964-4929.
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.
STARKE, 2BR/1.5BA
SWMH. $450/mo. plus


deposit. No smoking, ser-
vice animals only. Call
904-364-6487, applica-
tion required.
3BR/2BA, CH/A. $500/mo.
Contact 904-966-9474.
$500/Mo. 2BR/1 BA upstairs
apartment, 626 N Church
St.
$750/Mo. 3BR/1 BA home in
the country. 13273 SW.
CR. 227
$775/Mo. 3BR/1BA older
charm, 713 W. Madison
St.
Call Tonya Thornton @
Charnelle Whittemore
Realty @904-964-3948
or 904-364-6890
52.
Animals and
Pets
FOR SALE 5 Bloodhound
puppies, 2 females, 3
male. 8 weeks old with
all shots. $200 each, call
352-586-4159
53A
Yard Sales
ART SALE, Fri. Sat. Sun.
8am.-5pm. 4897 SW
144th St. Starke. Grey
Wolf Wood Designs Pres-
ents unique gifts for those
hard to buy for people.
Take advantage of this
sale to buy those early
Mother's and Father's
Day gifts. Carved pieces,
handmade boxes, game
tables, Gator Swamp
chairs, and other one of
a kind gifts.

3 FAMILIES, Fri."9am.-
5pm. Sat. 8am.-? 10332
NW.,CR: 225 (Bayless
Hwy.) Something for ev-'
ery one.
HUGE INDOOR/OUTDOOR
yard sale. Fri. Sat. 8am-
2pm. 2.5 mniles east of
Starke on SR. 100, from
301.'Men's, women's,
children clothes, toys,
baby stuff sprinklers,
load locks, action figures,
something'for everyone.
SPRING RUMMAGE
SALE, Grace Baptist
Church,Thurs. Fri. 8am.-
? 1/8 mile from church
at 13193 SE. CR. 100A.
(Griffis Loop) follow signs.
Furniture, book on tape,
House ware, misc. items.


- 3BR/2BA, 1402 s.f. Home at 7556 Bay St., Keystone
Heights. Stove, refrigerator, diaswasher, fireplace, ceiling
fans, alarm system, central heat & air. Recently remodeled.
' $695 mftty. 1Depbsit requiredd $3,00 (r equivalent ,.
collate ral)L. A .. 8 quivalen
Contact owner Virgil L. Allison 904-807-7541.


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* Limerock
* Slag Rock
* Crushcrete
* Millings

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Since 197
Allen E. Taylor,
904-509-


* Concrete Sand
* Crusher Run
* Masonry Sand
* Gravels


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Sat. 7:30-? 14437 Earl St.
Apt. A Waldo. Jewelry,
tools, misc. house hold
items. "
SHOP/YARD SALE, SAT.
8am.-lpm. Morgan, 100A
Griffis Loop, 2nd RR
Cross. Electrical saws,
sanders, drill press, weed
eater, sm. engine, chain
saw, hand tools etc.
SAT 8AM.-? 1002 N. Clark
ST. Lots of brand new
items, basketball sys-
tem, toys, T-shirts, odds
& ends.

MULTIFAMILY YARD SALE,
Sat. 8am.-4pm. 7556 NW.
CR. 229A off SR. 16W.
Everything from A to Z.
ESTATE SALE 2 FAMILIES,
Fri. Sat., 8am.-3pm.,
1204 Blanding, Saratoga
Heights:furniture, bed-
ding, clothes, toys, Xmas,
kitchen, etc.
YARD SALE Sat. 8am.-?
18793 Hwy 301 North
Alexander's Place.
6 FAMILY BARN/GARAGE
SALE. FRI. SAT. 8AM.-?
8137 NW CR. 233 (Mor-
gan Rd.) 301 to SR. 16
W. left on CR. 233, end of
road before stop sign, big
white barn on right.
Too much to list.

FRI. SAT. 8am.-? 15651
NE 21ST. Ave. Hospital
turn .left by Presbyterian
Church go 1 mile, follow
signs. Piano, Lazy Boy
chair, dishwasher, micro-
wave oven, pilates exer-
cise machine, child and
adult clothing, household
items, much more.
CHURCH WIDE YARD
SALE/ Car wash. Sat.
8am.-1pm. Intersection
of Hwy. 301 & CR. 1471
in Earleton area, look for
signs. Proceeds will bene-
fit Orange Heights Baptist
Church Youth Ministry.
FRI. SAT. 8am.-?-2035 SE.
' 144th St. 100 and Griffis
Loop, follow signs. NAS-,
CAR items, Household
items, much more.


SARATOGA HEIGHTS, Sat.
8am.- 2pm. 1210 Bland-
ing St. Household items,
collectables, adult cloth-
ing, baby items, baby
clothing, strollers, etc.
Signs posted.
MULTI FAMILIES, Fri. Sat.
9am.-? Sub Division
across from Walmart.
Look for Signs. Lots &
lots of stuff, and much
much more.

CARPORT.SALE, Fr. Sat.
9am.-? 4382 NW 216 St.
16 west turn right on.NW
216 St.
HOGE 2 FAMILY yard sale.
Sat. 8am.-? 100 E. Turn
by Kangaroo (Griffis
Loop) take dirt Rd. off
curve 1st brick house
on right. Everything from
tools to clothes.

FRI. SAT. 8am.-lpm. 5937
NW. Cr. 229,. Starke.
Misc., household items,
.girls clothes, books and
more.
MULTIPLE FAMILIES yard
sale, Sat. 7am-? in Trac-
to'r Supply parking lot.
Household goods, furni-
ture, crafts, baby clothes,
toys, clothes and much
more! Too much to list,
come stop byl
SAT. 8am.-?. 904-368-
0002, 301 N. just past
fair grounds on right.
Guns, tools, bicycles,
furniture, bread makers,
lots of household items.
and more. ,
SAT. 7am.-12pm. Parker
St. Starke, 301 to Call St.
toward Camp Blanding,,
first road on right past
hospital. Infant, children's
-clothes, some furniture,
misc. items.

53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MULTIPLE FAMILY SALE,
Sat. 7am.-? 6523 Triest
Ave. Furniture, household
items, everything.


SAT. 7AM.-3PM 492 SE
28th Way, Melrose. Vari-
ety of stuff(no baby stuff)
men's, women's clothes,
much more.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE,
Fri. Sat. 8am.-3pm. 4179
SE. 2nd Ave. Keystone.

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
THURS, FRI. Rain or shine,
'undercover. 8:30am.-
4pm. 20.min from Starke
off SR.100, turn left at 1st
Baptist Church, 220 S.E.
1st. St. Wall mirrors, end
tables, VCR movies 2/$1,
baby clothes, much much
more.
GARAGE SALE, FR. SAT.
7am.-4pm. off of SR. 121
right turn on 92nd ST. 1st
house on left. household
items, dishes, adult cloth-
ing and shoes sizes 6-8,
collectible dolls and more.
386-496-2955..

57
For Sale
WEDDING DRESS from
David's Bridal, Size 4.
Gorgeous excellent, white
dress w/ veil. Must see,
paid $800 will sell $300.
Children clothing, girls 2T-
4T, boys 3T-4T& clothes
size 5 & 6 call for prices.
Call 904-969-6810.
10X16 METAL UTILITY
'SHED with metal studs.
Already wired, like new.
$1,650. Call 904-364-
3405 or 904-964-9575
after 6pm.
INVACARE ELECTRIC
HOSPITAL BED for
sale. Call 352-468-2877.
$200.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.


Set Right Mobile Homes
Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner 904-364-6383
Email: set_right homesCaiyahoo.comn
Licensed Bonded Insured LidL I W121 56


HUGE-GENERAL MERCHANDISE AUCTION
FRIDAY MAY 4TH 2012 AT 6:30 P.M.
4939 S.W. S.R. 121 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS; FL
PREVIEW 5:00 P.M. TIL SALE. GLASSWARE, DISH SETS,
POTS PANS, RECORDS, COLLECTIBLES, MECHANIC
TOOLS, CARPENTRY TOOLS, PORCELAIN DOLLS,
LADIES WATCH SELECTION, LADIES SHOES, COQK
BOOKS, EARLY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICS, BOX LOTS,
TRAY LOTS... TOO MUCH TO LIST! COME EARLY TO
GET A GOOD SEAT!
STEVE WILSON AUCTIONEER AB 809 AU 1159
12% BP 2 % DISCOUNT CASH OR GOOD CHECK
TERMS: CASH, ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS
SORRY NO CHECKS IF WE DON'T KNOW YOU
CATERED BY SOUTHERN BREEZE
MORE INFO CALL
COREY OR STEVE @ 352-316-0806 OR 352-317-0072







TcarkoT Pafms

Assisted Living Facility

NOW HAS OPENINGS

PRIVATE ROOMS $3100!

Each unit offers:
24-hour staff assistance
Private room and.private bathroom
Emergency call system in room
Individually controlled HVAC units
Housekeeping & individual laundry
Medication assistance

CALL TODAY (352) 473-6100
ALF License # AL5265


59
Personal
Services
YARD WORK- MOWING,
$25/UP, debris & trash
clean-up and removal,
roof and gutter clean up.
Low rates, licensed &
insured. Free estimate.
Local ,904-964-8450 or
cell 904-966-3017.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, .904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages,. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, move
. sheds and light equip-
ment. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
CAREGIVER in your home.
25 years experience, ex-
cellent references, "live-in
available". Cell: 352-328-
1883. Home: 352-475-
3900.
IN HOME HEALTH CARE.
Years of experience in
taking care of your el-
derly and loved ones. I
show love & care Monday
thru Friday, weekends
available, great rates,
dedicated and love to your
family. Need help with.;
care, medical, Dr. appt.,
cooking, bathing, etc. Call
904-769-6810.
65
Help Wanted
MANAGERS &ASSISTANT
managers. Join a team of
managers in the. conve-
nience store business.
Now accepting applica-
tions for qualified people
who have managerial ex-
perience. We offer com-


petitive salary, weekly
pay, bonus, incentives,
paid holidays, and vaca-
tions. Must have retail
experience and willing to
work a flexible schedule.
Fax resume to 352-333-
.1161 attn.'Tammy, e-mail
tsimmons@fasttrack-
stores.com....- -

MANAGER FOR small
group home in local area.
Supervisory experience
with 1 year with disabled
adults. Apply ARC. of
Bradford Co. 1351 S.
Water St. Starke.

PARTS & SERVICE Repre-
sentative wanted at La-
' zenby Equipment. Start-
ing pay $9-10.50/hr. plus
commission. Pay there-
after strictly depends on
work performance. Seek-
ing long term employ-
ment only. Fluent typing
skills are a must, ability
to multitask and stay pro-
ductive. Past experience
with Lawn, garden-and/or
tractor equipment. Good
customer relationship
skills. Position involves
both indoor & outdoor
activities, physical exer-
tion may be experienced.
.Ability to work Mon.-Sat.
work weeks through the
summer. Job may require
early and/or late working


hours pending work load.
May be asked to work
either Hampton Fl;.'or
Micanopy, Fl. locations..
Benefits, 1 week plid-i
vacation, after 1 year
- anniversary, healthcare
available for purchase,
through Aflac, flexible'
work environment, retire-
ment plan. Persons not
having such skills, need
not apply. Obtain applica-,
tion from our frontoffiqe or
by calling 904-964-4238-.'"
Fill out completely atnd''
submit with resume .if
available. *
HANDS STARKE Regional '
Medical Center has,the
following immediate opn-' '
ing: Experienced cook
(full-time). H/S diploma
or equiv. 2 years institu-
tional cooking experience-.
required. Experience in;'
large scale'food service>.
strongly preferred. Must'.
be able to read,writ'e,
do simple math calcu-
lations, with ability to.
understand and follow,
written/oral instruction. ,
Knowledge of therapeu-.',
tic/special diets preferred.
CompetitiVe salary 'arid-
benefit package. Apply::,.
www.shandsstarke.com.
EOE/AA/FMDV, Drug-frbe
Workplace.
LABORER NEEDED P/T
Mon.-Fri. 8am.-4pm: 904-"
964-8596.


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NOW AVAILABLE !! -

Senior Rental Units

In Retirement Community

for those 65 + years old :


1 & 2 BR apartments

beginning at $792/Month,

INCLUDES UTILITIES!


CALL TODAY (352) 473-6100




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CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. -
Correction of termite' &
water-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & 'raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier
Replacement & alignment.
We do all types of tractor
work, excavation and


Buddy Clark has

run this Ad (or one

with similar words) in'

The Bradford

County Telegraph


small demolition jobs. for approximately
Free Estimates. Danny
(Buddy) Clark. 904-284- 20 yeaVrs!
8088 or 904-545-5241
He has gotten

phone calls that turned into jobs

and a lot of satisfied customers!

Do you have a service to

provide...? If so, invest as little as

$9.50 per week and reach

Bradford, Clay & Union readers.


Call 904-964-6305


for more information


Out of Area Classifieds


Announcements
Huge discounts when you
buy 2 types of
advertising! 120
community newspapers,
32 websites, 26 daily
newspapers. Call now to
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with Advertising
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(866)742-1373.

Financial
Potential to generate $4,000 to
$20,000 or more a month with
this activity. No selling.
Experience financial and time
freedom. Call
'(352)445-1385
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Help Wanted
Apply Now, 13 Drivers Top 5%


Pay & Benefits 2 Mos. CDL
Class A Driving Exp
(877)258-878
2 wvw.meltontruck.com/drive.
NEW TO, TRUCKING? Your
new career starts now! $0
Tuition Cost No Credit Check
* Great Pay & Benefits Short
employment comrfmitment
required Call
(866)297-8916
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Drivers New Freight for
Refrigerated & Dry Van lanes.
Annual Salary $45K to $60K.
Flexible hometime. CDL-A, 3
months current OTR experience.
(800)414-9569
www.driveknight.com.
MEDICAL BILLING
TRAINEES NEEDED! Train to
become a Medical Office
Assistant! No Experience
Needed! Job Training & Local
Placement assistance. HS
Diploma/GED & PC/Internet
needed! (888)374-7294.


DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED
NOW! Become a driver for
Schneider National! Earn $750
per week! No experience
needed! CDL & Job Ready in
just 3 weeks! (888)368-1964.
EXPERIENCED OTR
FLATBED DRIVERS earn 50
up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign
on to qualified drivers. Home
most weekends. Vets welcome.
Call:
(843)266-3731
bulldoghiway.com EOE.

Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE HIRING -
Train for hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career. FAA
approved program. Financial aid
"if qualified Housing available
CALL Aviation Institute of
Maintenance .
(866) 3'4-1 769.
ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE
from Home. *Medical, *
Business, *Criminal Justice, *


Hospitality. Job placement
assistance. Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified.
SCHEV certified. Call
(877)206-5165
www.CenturaOnline.com.
OTR Drivers Wanted Drivors-
Class A Flatbed Drivers -S-
Home Weekends, Run Southeast
US, Requires Yr OTR Flatbed
;experience, & Pay UP TO .39i
mile Call
(800)572-5489 x227
SunBelt Transport, LLC.
Schools & Instruction
HIGH. SCHOOL DIPLOMA
FROM HOME. 6-8 weeks.
ACCREDITED. Get a Diploma;
Get a Job! FREE BrochUre:
(800)264-8330 3.:r.imii
Franklin High School
www.diplomtfromhome.com.
'kCan You Dig It?" We will train,;
certify & provide lifetime
assistance landing work, Hirifi .
in Florida. Start digging a., a
heavy equipment operator.
(866)362-6497. .,,,


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Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facihties All units have additional outside storage
SFull carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One sto only no stairs to cltinb
l$.yely landscaping Paios & Porches for outdoor living
* Convenient laundry facilities

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