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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012 100TH YEAR -8TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


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DOC teams
up with Crime
Stoppers
The Florida Department of
Corrections, in conjunction with
the Florida Association of Crime
Stoppers, the State Attorney
General and Florida Department
of Law Enforcement, is making
it easier for inmates, probationers
and DC employees to
anonymously provide important
information to law enforcement
to help solve crimes.
As the state's leading advocate
for anonymous crime reporting
programs, FACS has developed
methods to facilitate crime
reporting while maintaining
caller anonymity.
'"There, are hundreds of
unsolved cases in Florida. With
this partnership with Crime
Stoppers, the State Attorney
General's. office and FDLE, we
are hoping to close as many of
those cases as possible," said DC
Secretary Ken Tucker. "There
are victims in many of these
unsolved crimes who are still
waiting for justice. We want
to help them by solving these
cases."
The Department of Corrections
intends to take advantage of
Crime Stopper expertise by
providing:
*An anonymous tip-line for thfe
Department's inmate population
to report information.
-Training on the program for
inmates when they first enter the
prison system.
'Informational posters ori
bulletin boards in inmate
housing units and in community
corrections offices.
SThe images and names of
Florida's five most wanted
fugitives and five most wanted
absconders, (people on probation
who have run away) will also
be advertised on billboards and
other media.
'A single web address will give
more details about this important
initiative to get information to
investigators, while protecting
the identity of those who provide
that information.

Traffic Watch
According to the Florida
Department of Transportation,
crews will be repainting the
Roadway lines between the
Alachua and Baker County line
on S.R. 121 in Union County
during the month of June. This is
a moving operation.

FWC says to
watch for ga-
tors
As the weather has heated up,
so too have Florida's alligator
and crocodile activities, aid
the Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
(FWC) reminds Floridians and
visitors to be cautious when
having fun in and around water.
Florida is home to two native
crocodilians: the American
alligator, which is found in all
67 counties; and the American
crocodile, which may be found in
coastal areas of the Keys and in
southeast and southwest Florida.
Both species have shared
Florida's waters w ith people for
centuries.
The FWC recommends keeping
pets away from the water. There
are other precautionary measures
people should take to reduce
the chances for conflicts with
alligators and crocodiles, and
they are available in the Living
with Alligators brochure at
MyFWC.com/Alligator and the
Living with Crocodiles brochure
at MyFWC.com/Crocodile.
The FWC advises, if you have
concerns with an alligator or
crocodile that poses a threat to
you, your pets or property, call


Sheriff's office arrests person of


interest in two armed robberies


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.comn editor

Union County investigators
have arrested a man that may
have committed two armed rob-
beries in Lake Butler over a two-
month period
On Friday, June 15, deputies
arrested Christopher Edward
Edenfield, charging him with
trespassing, loitering or prowling


and resisting an officer by flee-
ing after he fled to avoid being
arrested.
The following day, investi-
gators filed additional charges
on Edenfield, accusing him of
attempted armed robbery and
aggravated assault with a fire-
arm, in connection with a June
12 holdup at Lake Butler's Kan-
garoo Express. A surveillance
camera captured an image of the


assailant as he entered the store,
pointing a silver revolver at a
clerk. Moments later, the robber
ran from the building. Deputies
and Department of Corrections
K-9 units conducted a citywide
search for the suspect.
Edenfield is also being inves-
tigated as a person of interest in
an armed robbery that occurred
on May 3 at approximately 10:30
p.m. whem a Community State


Bank customer w\as robbed at
gunpoint at the ATM while draw-
ing cash at the drive-through.
A K-9 unit from RMC tracked
the suspect a short distance. In-
vestigators believe the man may
have continued his getaway in a
vehicle.
The subject remains in the
Union County Jail under a
$125,000 bond.


Union County deputies charged Christopher Edward Edenfield (left) June 15 with loitering and resisting an officer.
The following day they accused him of being the man in the center photograph who robbed Lake Butler's Kangaroo
Express June 12. Investigators said they also suspect Edenfield may be the man in the right photo, seen holding up
a Community State Bank customer at the ATM drive-through May 3.


74 Kindergarteners earn straight A's


LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Baler Waters, Carter Roberts, Colby Peacock, Chloe
Chohan, Erich Seager and Jordan Seay. (Middle row, I-r) Kayley Tomlinson, Lily Young, Konnor Rossiter, Sawyer
Roberts and Tom Jenkins. (Front row, I-r) Kadie Adams, Jewel Dekle and Grant Dicks. Not pictured is Cailynn Bogg.
More Kindergarten Straight A's on pages 2 and 3



City records surplus, commissioner

and manager debate pay raises


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.comn editor

Lake Butler City manager
Dave Mecusker reported the city
enjoyed another month of sur-
pluses in its general fund during
the city, commission's June 11
meeting. However the manag-
er had to fend off complaints
by Vice Mayor Lonnie Norman
about proposed raises for city
employees.
Mecusker said May's surplus
of $2,508 was the eighth con-
secutive month the city's general
fund operated in the black.
"We have not had one month,
this fiscal year, that we have not
had a surplus," he said. "That is
very commendable for the main-
tenance department and all the
department heads to stay within


the budget."
The manager also pointed out
that the city's utilities fund post-


ed a surplus of $39,614 at the end
of May.
"We have stayed well within


Lake Butler manager Dave Mecusker and Vice Mayor
Lonnie Norman sparred over proposed raises to city staff
members.


our budget," he said. "I know
that there is some things that we
have been doing as far as recog-
nizing staff members, but they
have been recognized, as far as I
am concerned, appropriately and
the recognition was deserved."
But it was that recognition, in
the form of raises that drew scru-
tiny from Norman, who ques-
tioned the manager on each pro-
posed raise. Norman particularly
went after Mecusker's request
that his owvn pay be reinstated
to its original amount, reversing
a voluntary pay cut the manager
took when the city hired a pur-
chasing agent.
The commission passed the
pay increases %%ith Norman cast-
ing the lone dissenting vote.


Third-grader

makes

perfect score

on FCAT


Perrone
LBES third grade student
Hannah Perron not only scored
a level 5 on both reading and
math portions of the FCAT
test at Lake Butler Elementary
School, but she also made a
perfect score in both subjects,
something LBES Principal
Stacey Rimes believes is a first
for the school. For her hard work,
the school used funds provided
by Box Tops for Education to
sponsor Perron on a reward
field trip to Wild Adventures
in Valdosta in early June..

Young leader

pitches youth

center to

city, county


Fred Sirmones Jr, a long time
resident of Union County and
the son of Mayor Fred Sirmones,
recently attended the city and
county commission meetings,
seeking support on a venture he
believes will be beneficial to the
county's youth.
During the city commission
meeting, Sirmones presented
a proposal to commissioners
requesting that a portion of the
land adjacent to the spray field
located on S.R. 121 be gifted for
the purpose of a youth recreation
center. However, the land was
unavailable, and commissioners
advised Sirmones to look for
another parcel and come back
before the commission.
Sirmones, determined to make
the Lake Butler Youth Center a
reality, consulted with property
appraiser Bruce Dukes hoping to
find an available piece of land.
During the county commission
meeting, Sirmones presented
his idea to county leaders with
a request for a 22 acre donation
assuming the land was available;
a different piece of property that
he requested from the city.
"The teen pregnancy
rate is ridiculous," he told
commissioners. "The Housing
Authority is backed up trying to
house teen moms. The crime rate
rises during the summer because
the kids are bored. It's a trend
that continues. The children of
Union County are unable to see
what is out there for them."
Sirmones said that the land
could be purchased in the future
from the county but that he
needed a commitment from the
board to give the land in order
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LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Elizabeth Guadagnoli,
Giavanna Merola, Kody Stalnaker and Gracie Crawford. (Middle row, I-r) John
Forsgren, Bradin Goff, Christian Gomez-Rendon and Kora Jones. (Front row, I-r)
Courtney Parrish and Jocelyn Southerly. Not pictured are Cloey McLaughlin and
Taliyah Harper.


LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Aiden Bell, Dawson Crews,
Elijah Griffis and Jeremiah Denmark. (Front row, I-r) Klaryssa Kennington and Natali
Heaton. Not pictured are Ashden Johnson and Kadence Hawkins.


Campout tradition continues


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Special to the Times

Thirty-seven years ago a
tradition was born at Lake
Butler Elementary School that
is still in existence today; the
annual 3rd grade campout.
Very little has changed over
the years with the exception of
the cost, but with community
support and donations, the
campout tradition lives on.
It was 1975 when then
Principal Juhan Mixon wrote
a grant that allowed teachers
Audrey Wilson, Pearl Seay,
Linda Whidden and Donna
Knapp to take their students on
a three-day camping adventure.
"When Mr. Mixon came to
us and said we were going to
take the students on a camping
trip, we laughed. No one had
everyone something like this
and we didn't know what to
expect," said Wilson.
For many years the campout,
which h is held at Camp Kulaqua
in High Springs, was paid
solely by grant funfls. When
those funds ran out, the school
board began picking up the tab.
The fees paid by parents and
students, along with donations
of food and labor from local
businesses help offset the
financial strain on the district.
Spires IGA donates the
chicken for the annual chicken
and rice dinner, originally
cooked by Sheriff John
Whitehead. Carrying on that
cooking tradition today is his
son. Jerry Whitehead whose
office has the longest running
community -in olvement in
campout history.
A total of 130 student
campers participated in this
\ear's event that took place in
early May. The overall census
of participants this year is
that current campers hav
reinforced the positive aspect
of taking an overnight trip.
"The time, energy and effor
are all worthwhile because oe
the wonderful time students
have making lasting memories;
with their friends, parents; am


teachers," said current third
grade teacher Denise Ricks.
It has been many years
since the first campout and as
a special guest, Juhan Mixon
was present "to greet the
campers and personally deliver


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a donation of $1,000 to the
Union County School District
Superintendent Carlton Faulk;
money that will be used to
continue the tradition for many
years to come.


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LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Landon Barrett, Jordan Ditullio,
Trestin Durant and Hayden Erwin. (Front row, 1-r) Breonna Hunt, Brooklyn Prescott,
Layla Robinson and Sheila Thompson. Not pictured is Calista Law.


the FWC's Nuisance Alligator
Hotline at 866-FWC-GATOR
(392-4286).
Alligators and crocodiles are
an important part of Florida's
heritage and play a valuable role
in the ecosystems where they
live. For more information on
alligators and crocodiles, visit
MyFWC.com/Alligator.

Election Infor-
mation
The last date to change your
party or register to vote for the
Primary Election to be held on
Tuesday, Aug. 14, is July 16, at
5:00 p.m. No local Republican
races will appear on the Aug.
14, ballot. If you are not sure
what party you are registered
as call or go by the Supervisor
of Elections office to check. In
the Tax Collector's race and
the Clerk of Court's race, only
Democrats will be able to vote
on Aug. 14, and the candidate
who receives the most votes wdill
face a Republican candidate in
November.
Your voter registration party
cannot be changed by phone
but you can either go by the


elections office or download
the form online at unionflvotes.
corn and mail it to the elections
office by July 16. If you have
any questions please call the
Supervisor of Elections office
at 386-496-2236 Monday thru
Friday from 7:30 to 5:00 p.m.
City Election
Information
The City of Lake Butler will
hold its city election on June 26,
at the Lake Butler Community
Center located at 155 NW 3rd
Street in Lake Butler.


Headstart an-
nounces class-
es
Lake Butler Headstart has.
announced its new Headstart
VPK program for children three;
and four years of age by Sept. 1.
This will be for six hours of daily'
Headstart services or three hours'
daily of VPK services (four-
year-olds can qualify for both'
programs.) Headstart is from 8:
a.m. to 2 p.m., VPK is from 2-5;
p.m. for the 2012-2013 school

See HEADSTART page 3A


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editorg baelegraph.com
Are we
reaching the
tipping point?
Dear Editor:
I don't wish to put too fine a
point on it, but when discussing
President Obama, people forget
one small thing; the man is inept,
completely. I'm hangin' onto
my God, my guns and my guts.
Barack Hussein Obama can keep
what change there is left. I heard
they found a dime on the floor of
the mint Friday and claimed they
made a profit.
By the way, for those of you
.mathematically challenged, the.
tipping point will be here in early
2014 unless some idiot decides to
give Obama more money sooner.
The tipping point for those of
you who failed business math
or perhaps even basic economic
theory is when the interest we
owe on the debt is greater than
the government's income. That,
my friends, is what has happened
all'over the former socialist Eden
known as Europe. It is now
known as the country that wants
to know if you would like some
cheese with that whine. -
What I find not only stupid but
revol ti ng is the idea that after the
trillions in debt we have forgiven
to Europe, they now want more
money from us, and the chief
dingbat in charge wants. to give
it to them. I thought of spelling
out which dingbat, gut the name
is unimportant; do you think
anyone cared about the name of
the captain as the Titanic went
down? No, they wanted to know
why he was going far too fast on
a black night (no moon) in what
was charted as dangerous waters
for-you guessed it-icebergs.
Well, folks, get out your
crayons and some construetign
paper and start doing the math.
All I can promise is my family
that comes here will be safe
and fed. They've got to help, if
able,- but past that, just be loyal
to the United States of America.
One nation under God. Oh, our
beautiful nation as we knew it
before the New Deal -and the
Great Society is gone forever,
but we can still teach our children
and grandchildren of it.
God bless all here, and God
bless America.
John Bridwell
Lake Butler


makes the voting experience
enjoyable and not so complicated
as it once was. Technology and
funding have nothin- to do with
the personal commitment that
Terry displays.
Recognition and appreciation
for Terry Vaughan's 20 years
of dedicated commitment as
election's supervisor are well
deserved. Thank you, Terry,
for your friendship, hard work
and commitment to our countv.
I-and man): others-hope
you remain our supervisor of
elections for years to come.
Earl Ray
A good
Samaritan
appreciated
Dear Editor:
Sometimes we form lasting
friendships through, h introductions
by friends or neighbors or
with people we meet at social
gatherings. And sometimes we
meet good people unexpectedly
under difficult circumstances and
come away not even knowing
their names. That is what
happened to me.
. On the morning of Friday, June
8, during a heavy downpour,
my wheelchair skidded on the
wet pavement, turned over and
dumped me into a bed of wet and
muddy mulch at Watson Realty.
In her efforts to help me, my
mother also slipped in the mulch.
We weren't hurt, but were very
wet and muddy and unable to get
out of the situation.
We man-aged to flag down a
pickup truck traveling down S.R.
21. The good Samaritan turned
out to be a young woman who
tried her best to uprightus, but
the muck was too slippery and so
were we. Using her cell phone,
she called her husband and told
him to come quickly. He did just
that, and the two of them lifted
me and the chair out of the mess
in short order.
They were so good and so very
nice, and I hope they weren't late
for work because of me. I hope
they will see this note and know
how grateful we will always be
for their unselfish help.
Lesley Peters and
Betty Stubbs
Keystone Hqights


distinctly remember was Jennifer
Vaughan, a short lady with light
brown to blonde hair, and the
biggest, friendliest, most sincere
smile on her face that I had ever
seen. She said that she would like
for us to vote for her husband,
Terry, for Bradford County
supervisor of elections, which
we promised to consider. After
they left, Allen, who has long
since passed away (God rest his
soul), said, "He's a government-
appointed dude to that office
and it's probably going to be
a 'busi ness-as- usual' kind of
thing.
Well, Allen, you were darn
t sure wrong. During the last 20-21
years, Terry Vaughan, through a
lot of extra hours, hard work and
juggling several othercommunity
commitments at the same time,
has turned what once was an
inefficient, in-the-dark, not-so-
public office (considered as such
by a lot of people at the time)
into the very efficient elections
office that it is today. And it's
not so political. It doesn't matter
who you are, whether you're a
politician, VIP, middle class or
f minority, you get the same polite,
i friendly, courteous greetiAg and
the help you need, as everyone
does that goes through that office
i door or calls on the phone-
.1 know all this firsthand
J because for the last 15 of those
1 20 years he's been in office I have
v done all his advertising in the
s Bradford County Telegraph and
the Union County Times, and,
of course, all the candidates that
t have run for office in Bradford
and Union'r as well as many of
Clay County's candidates. All
the candidates rely on me to keep
f their advertising legal within
federal and state statutes and
31 regulations. And, of course, I rely
on Terry Vaughan and his most
efficient staff to keep me within
f these guidelines. Through all
t these years, he has always kept
me well informed on all changes
and up to "' date on ail dlection
t regulations AW requirements.
Now some might say that
newer technology and better
r funding is responsible for these
improvements, but I disagree. All
voters and candidates are well
informed and better. educated
dueing the election process,
f and changes are made for the
I convenience of all voters, which


I am excited about the opportunity to serve as
your next County Court Judge. I look forward to
meeting you and invite you to come and enjoy
hotdogs, cold drinks, music, and a special
appearance by Drew Copeland of Sister Hazel with
an acoustic performance at 4:30 p.m.
Please be my guest and learn more about why I
deserve your vote in August. I look forward to
seeing good friends and to meeting new ones!


FPL& Tan Reate AailbE
" eidnia C m ecilIntllto
" Repir o Allrand


Where Does Temptation


Come From?
The Bible answers.this question for us. James 1:13-14 says,
"Let no one say when he is tempted, 'I am tempted by God' for
God cannot be tempted by evil, nor does He Himself tempt
anyone. But each one is tempted when he is drawn away by his
own desires and enticed." We need to remember when we are
tempted not to blame God. He is not the source of our
temptation. Yet many people claim God is the source of
temptation by saying the sinner was simply made that way or by
saying some sin is genetic. Temptation comes from one's own
desires. It is impossible to be tempted by something you do not
desire. A person on a diet cannot be tempted by cheesecake if
they do not like it. The same is true with sin. Hence a great
way to overcome temptation is to remove the desire for sin by
abhorring evil (Romans 12:9).

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LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Carena Alexander, Cole
Anderson-Davis and Makayla Nelson. (Front row, I-r) Kameran Paytee, Alexus Panozzo
and KeAndre Stephens. Not pictured is Bryce Sanders











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LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Tanner Conneli, Kiran
Crawford, Landen Gibson and Abigail Gainey. (Front row, I-r) Lyndee Griffis, Micah
Jordan and Lily Neal. Not pictured are Kyler Barnett and Jack-Henry Whitehead.


,HEADSTART
Continued from Page 2A
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
kindergarten readiness,
nutritional meals, family
partnering and services for
children with disabilities. Space
is limited.
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.
UC Historical
Society seeks
memorabilia
The Union County Histori-
cal Society is seeking historical
items for its museum. Donations


can be made every Monday
from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The museum is located in the
Townsend Building on S.R. 100
in Lake Butler
Library pro-
grams set
Summer fun at the Union


County Public Library (unless
otherwise noted) each Thursday
at 10 a.m. with programs for the
whole family. All programs are
free and open to the public.
Upcoming events are as fol-
lows:
0 June 21, Magic Mike at
See LIBRARY page 4A


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LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Kearstin Chavis, Rylie Parrish,
Noah Douglass and Gracy Parrish. (Front row, I-r) Clayton Poppell, Lily Thomas and
Ashton Warner. Not pictured is Sydney Taylor.


(left) Union County School
District Superintendent
Carlton Faulk accepts a
check in the amount of
$1,000 from (right) former
Lake Butler Elementary
School Principal Juhan
Mixon during the annual
Third Grade Campout
at Camp Kulaqua. In the
background is current LBES
Assistant Principal Christie
Perez. Mixon originally wrote
the grant that began the
camping tradition in 1975.
See story on page 2A.


Lakeside Park on Lake Butler Lake


WEDNESDAY, JULY 4,2012


Big Bass Fishing Tournament

at safe light on Lake Butler

$1000 Grand Prize
Additional cash prizes

Registration begins at 3:30am
at the boat ramp.
$40 entry fee per boat.
18yrs and older or
accompanied by an adult.
Valid FL fishing license
required.


Firewaork at dw!


Antique Car Show
9-12pm
12pm Car Show Winners
Raffle Ticket Prizes


One Mile Family Fun Run
7:00am
5K Run 8:00am

Register at Lake Ave & NW 3 St.


Music


Karaoke and
music

Noon to dusk


Weigh-in at 11am


Water Park


Bouncy Houses


Food


Games


Bounce House
Noon to dusk

Vendors-Booth rental with tent
$65


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UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012


Students rewarded for getting physical


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Special to the Times
Several students at Lake
Butler Elementary School were
recently rewarded for the "miles"
they had accumulated through a
walking program entitled the
"Tiger Up Morning Mile."
: The purpose of the program
was to give students an
Opportunity to walk around a
track each morning instead of
sitting outside of theirclassrooms
waiting for their teachers to
arrix e.
Stamp cards were used as a
%yay for students to keep track
of how many miles they had
walked over a given period. The
students with the most miles
were awarded prizes based on
their miles. Top mileage ranged
from 27 miles to 57 miles.
The two students with the
most accumulation of miles, one
boy and one girl, were awarded
bicycles for all of their hard
work. Shatto Heating and Air
and the Lake Butler Rotary Club
donated the bikes.
Other prizes included duffel
bags donated by the Union
County Health Department,
back sacs by the-Florida Virtual.


LBES students display prizes won as part of the Tiger Up Morning Mile program. Winners were chosen based
on accumulated mileage. (1-r) Kora Bryant with 27 miles, Daylen Diston with 39 miles, Peter Merola with 27 miles,
top walker Nicholas Stilt with 57 miles, top walker Autumn Friel with 42 miles, Nikki Christie with 39 miles, Lake
Harris with 30 miles, Jackson Rflomrell with 42 miles., and (not pictured) Brycen Boney with 27 miles.


School and flashlights donated
by Commissioner Adam
Putnam with the Department of
Agriculture.


LBES winners included: Kora
Bryant with 27 miles, Daylen
Diston with 39 miles, Peter
Merola with 27 miles, top walker


LBES Straight A students, Kindergarten, (Back row, I-r) Kiera Hunter, James "Jimmy"
Cox, and Johnte' Nichols. (Front row, I-r) Tucker Parrish, Jason Thomas and Kylee
Williams.


LIBRARY
Continued from Page 3A
LBES.
0[ June 28, Pajamarama.
0 July 5, no program.
0 July 12, Community
S helpers.
S. July 19, curious moon
puppet show at LBES.
[ July .26, Creatures of
the night.
Aug. 2, Explore space
with NASA.
0- August 9, end of sum-
mer bash.

UC Food Pan-
try in need of
donations
The Union County Food Pan-
try, located at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is in desperate need
of food donations.
The pantry is also in need of
fan donations to help cool the


volunteers during the summer
months.
The pantry's hours art 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. every Monday,


Wednesday, and Friday. Dona-
tions may be dropped off directly
at the pantry, at Roberts Insur-
ance or the Union County Times.


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Nicholas Stitt with 57 miles, top
walker Autumn Friel with 42
miles; Nikki Christie with 39
miles, Lake Harris with 30 miles,


Healthy Start
meet
The Healthy Start of North
Central Florida Coalition will
be holding their annual meeting
Today, June 21, from 12 noon
until 4 p.m. the meeting will be
held at Charles Perry Partners
Inc. located at 8200 NW 151'
place in Gainesville. For more
information contact Heather
Hollingsworth at 352-313-6500
ext. 119.

V.B.S. at
Grace Chris-
tian
Vacation bible school at


Jackson Romrell with 42 miles
and Brycen Boney with 27 miles.


Grace Christian Fellowship of
Worthington Springs will be
every Wednesdays from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. ending on July 18. For
more Information call 386-496-
2859 or visit www.gcfbc.org.
Senior Citizen
program set
An activities program has
been set for senior citizens at the
Worthington Springs community
center on Mondays and Wednes-
days from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A
variety of games are available.
Non-expensive meals are also
available to help raise funds.
4th of July cel-
ebration set
The annual 4th of July
celebration at the Lakeside Park


on Butler Lake has been set for
Wednesday Julx 4. \\ ith several
e\ ents and fire\\ orks at dusk.
A Bi 1 Bass Fishine
Tournament wxill be held at safe
light on the lake with a $1000
Grand Prize and additional
cash prizes. Registration begins
at 3:30 a.m. at the boat ramp.
There \\ ill be'a S40 entr\ fee'per
boat. Must be 18\rs and older or
accompanied b\ an adult. Valid
FL fishing license required.
Weigh-in at I Iam.
There \\ill be :an antique car
show\\ from 9- 12 p.nm., a one mile
family\ fun run ai 7:00 a.m. and
a 5K run S:00 a.m. Register at
lake Axe and NV 3 St.
Other e\ cnts and entertainment
include Karaoke and music from
noon to dusk. games, a bounce
house. Rick's Train Rides and
more.
For more information call
954-650-7016, 352-745-6240
or butlerto\wn@grmail.com. The
Lake Butler Rotary sponsors this
event.


Substitute
training set
The Union County School
Board will be holding substitute
teacher orientation on the
following dates:
July 11. and July 23. from
9:00 a.m. to noon for returning
substitute teachers.
July 12, and July 24, from
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. for new
substitute teachers.
*Training will he held at the
Adult Education Huildmtig,
Attendance at one ot iti
workshops and a high 4 :tj
diploma or (1 iD i rc'l !ti r i
order to be a suthlit.l.ue jf: V,
County School tWa,v 2(ll2
2013 school year. After y NNj
have completed training and th,
application packet, you %iMl also
need to be fingerprinted. he
fingerprint fee is $54.50.
Please call the Union County
School Board, Personnel
Department, and ask for Pam
Pittman at 386 496-2045 ext
230 to pre register. Or email
pittmanp@union.k 12.fl.us.


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THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A


School board honors retirees, long-serving staff


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
-" The Union County School Board
held their regular board meeting
this past Tuesday recognizing
faculty and staff for their many


LBMS Physical Education
teacher Betty Brackett is
commended for her 30 years
of service at the LBMS.


years of sern ice to Lnion County.
Union County High School
Assistant Principal Bill Cross
and Superintendent Carlton
Faulk presented, plaques for
20 years of ser ice to Brenda
Croft, Linda Norcross. Stace)
Rimes, Bctsx Whitehead and (not
present) Debbie McAlister. Also


LBES Principal Stacey
Rimes poses with (front row,
I-r) Judy Crews and Peggy
Hollingsworth. Both received
plaques for 25 years along
with (not pictured) Verona
Deloach, Cathy Griffis, Sue
Hardin, Celeste Saunders and
Tom Williams.


recognized for 20 years was Faulk
w ho was presented a plaque by
Alkin Griffis on behalf of all of the
School Board members.
Cross. Faulk, Lake Butler
Elementary School Principal
StaceN Rimes and Lake Butler
Middle School Assistant Principal
Carolyn Parrish presented plaques
for 25 years of service to Judy
Crews. Peggy Hollingsworth and&
(not present) Verona "DeLoach,
Cathy Griffis, Sue Hardin, Celeste
Saunders and Tom Williams.
Cross, Faulk, Parrish and Rimes
gathered around Betty Brackett
commending her for 30 years of

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Alvin Griffis presents
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
with a plaque of appreciation
for his 20 years of service to
the Union County schools.


(back row, I-r) Superintendant Carlton Faulk, LBMS Assistant Principal Carolyn Parrish, and
UCHS Assistant Principal Bill Cross award plaques to (front row, I-r) Brenda Croft, Linda
Norcross, Stacey Rimes, Betsy Whitehead, and (not pictured) Debbie McAlister for 20 years of
service to Union County schools.


SERMONES
Continued from Page 1A
to write a proposal for the grant.
"There is always something
pulling against me, keeping
me from moving ahead," said
Sirmones.
Commissioner Wayne Smith
gave Sirmones information
on a piece of land owned by
Gainesville Regional Utility
(GRU) that might possibly be
gifted if requested. Sirmones
was given the information
needed in order to meet with the
necessary individuals concerning
the property. The land is in
Jimmy Tallman's district. Smith,
Tallman and Dukes are said to be
attending meeting.
Sirmones plans to continue his
efforts. "The name and being an
organization is all we are right
now," said Sirmones, who will
meet with individuals concerning
the GRU property June 25.



100-year
celebration for
Women's club
.The Union County Historical
Society will meet on Monday,


June 25, at 7 p.m. to celebrate D inner The-
a 100 years of history for the
Lake Butler Women's club. ater to benefit
Ann Hendricks, along with
several members of the club youth group
will reminisce on the events and Christ Central of Lake Butler's
activities the Women's club has youth will host a dinner theater
accomplished in the past by- on Saturday, June 30,at 7:00 p.m.
gon days. Everyone is invited to $ f d a t m e
attend. The historical Museum is Childcare will be provided for
located at 410 West Main Street C w be p f
in Lake Butler. ages 10 and under for an extra
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service to the Union County school
system. Brackett has been the
LBMS Physical Education teacher
for all of those \ears.
The school board said farcaeell
to eight members of their faculty\


staff, presenting each \\ith a clock
engraxe d '.ith their many thanks.
Those retiring 'x ere: Diane Granoff
\\ith 4 \ears. Richard Touchstone
\xith 5 \ears. \Vilbur Gene Black
\x ith 13 \ears. Ramona Johns \\ith


29 years and (not present) Frances
Gaskins with 11 years, Carol
Sarisky with 19 years. Sherry Park
xxith 23 \ears and Rhonda Harrell
with 35 \ears.


(back row, I-r) UCHS Assistant Principal Bill Cross and LBMS Assistant Principal Carolyn Parrish
said farewell to retiring faculty and staff Diane Granoff, Richard Touchstone, Wilbur Gene Black,
Ramona Johns and (not pictured) Frances Gaskins, Carol Sarisky, Sherry Park and Rhonda
Harrell.


Superintendent of Schools. ---
Together, we will continue 1:o
provide the best education possible for
the students of Union County.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns, please do
not hesitate to call me.
Thanks again!
Carlton Faulk
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OFFICIAL CITY ELECTION BALLOT
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
JUNE 26, 2012


INSTRUCTION NOTE: PLEASE USE A BLACK OR BLUE PEN TO MARK
YOUR BALLOT. TO VOTE FOR YOUR CHOICE IN EACH SEAT, MARK (X
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CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
GENERAL ELECTION




CITY COMMISSION AT1
JIMMY^ Si~
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THANK YOU

I would just like to take this
opportunity to thank you again for
letting me have the honor and
privilege to serve you as


To the citizens of District 1:

Thank you for the honor of
representing you over the past
12 years on the Union County
Board of County
Commissioners. ,,t
Your trust is a privilege and a
blessing I do not take lightly. / ;
Thank you for allowing me to .,
serve you for another term.
In thae next four years, I will
continue to serve you and all the
citizens of Union County,
striving to be a faithful steward
of your tax dollars and
representing your interests in
county government.

$.incerely
Karen Cossey
Union County Commissioner District 1:.

PD. POL. ADV. PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY KAREN COSSEY UNION COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1.






6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

Union County Extension-
SDirector Basil Bactawar
addressed the issue of the
county's poor health rankings at
the County Commission meeting
June 18.
The results of the Robert Wood
Johnson/University of Wisconsin
county rankings were released in
April placing Union County at
67' out of 67 counties. This is
the second year the county has
placed last; listed as having the
poorest health in the state.
These rankings serve as an
annual check-up that highlights
the healthiest and least healthy
counties in every state, as well
is those factors that influence


health, outside of the doctor's
office. The rankings highlight
the importance of critical
factors such as education rates,
income levels, and access to
healthy foods, as well as access
to medical care, in influencing
how long and how well people
live. Factors were considered
that affect people's health
within four categories: health
behavior, clinical care, social and
economic factors, and physical
environment.
Health behaviors include:
smoking, obesity, binge drinking,
traffic deaths, teen births, etc.
Clinical care includes:
uninsured adults, number of
doctors, diabetic screening,
preventable hospitalizations, etc.
Social and economic includes:
education, unemployment,


Landfill budget


down, salaries up


SBY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
SNew River Regional Landfill
,employees will receive a 5 per-
'.cent pay raise in the 2013 budget
;approved by the solid waste as-
,sociation last week.
SExecutive Director Darrell
,O'Nea! had originally planned
for a 3 percent across-the-board
increase for all employees, but
-Union County Commissioner
.:Wayne Smith thought it would
,be easy enough to find an addi-
tional 2 percent.
; Not taking the additional 2
:percent are O'Neal and Assistant
Director Perry Kent. Both volun-
teered to pass. O'Neal said the
'highest paid employees, includ-
ing himself, were already getting
the biggest raises.
; I don't want a 5 percent
.raise," he said, although he was
fine with the board offering that
lo the other employees.
Baker County's Mark Hartley
also said that giving high raises
.4o employees at the top end of the
pay scale would further increase
the.gap between those with the
highest and lowest salaries, and"
Smith agreed.
SThe additional pay raise cost
just over $15,000.
The landfill has 19 employees,
and their compensation and ben-
efits-including overtime, holi-
days, retirement and insurance-
make up almost 19 percent of the
Budget approved on June 14.
Overall, the landfill's budget
is down almost $700,000, or just
under 9 percent, from the 2012
budget.
Tipping fee revenue is down
Slightly for in-region counties
and Levy County, but the $2.35
per ton surcharge Alachua Coun-
Sty is paying in its contract is
pushing its tipping fee revenue
up by $161,750, for a total of
S$5.15 million. This is the land-
fill's largest source of revenue,
and it's nearly five times as much
: as Bradford, Baker and Union
counties combined pay for dis-
posal.
Even with Alachua's increased
tipping fee revenue more than
offsetting tipping fee losses
from the other counties, budget-
ed revenue was still down near-
ly $700,000 because money for
projects planned in 2012 will not
be in the 2013 budget. That in-
cl.uded $160,000 for the. landfill
gas flare project that will be com-
pleted, and $680,000 taken from
depreciation escrow last year to






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make purchases is no longer in
the budget.
In 2013, tipping fee revenue
will be used for any equipment
purchases, O'Neal said.
Money budgeted for engi-
neering costs decreased with the
wrap-up of Cell 6 construction
andthe elimination of line items
for an abandoned borrow pit
land purchase and the planned
landfill gas-to-energy project.
Money was added, however, for
the modification of a class one
waste site to accept exhumed
waste from the class three waste
cell. The class three waste cell
will be used to borrow soil and
eventually to construct Cell 7.
The $555,000 budgeted for
engineering services was down
from $835,000 in 2012.
There were no changes in
cost for legal, accounting and
other professional services.
Costs like utilities and liability
insurance also\-remained fixed
in the budget, but the landfill
budgeted $60,000 for an envi-
ronmental insurance policy it
pays for every three years. The
equipment repair and mainte-
nance budget went up $13,050
to $538,050, and the fuel bud-
get was increased $30,000 to
$425,000.
In total, what the landfill
calls direct expenses were down
$110,450 to $3.8 million. In-
direct costs were down more
than $572,000 to $3.2 million.
Less money was budgeted for
cell construction and long-term
planning escrow, but an escrow
line item was added for Phase II
development. The $2.35 per ton
surcharge from Alachua County
is being set aside for that pur-
pose. The first year will bring in
more than $364,000 to help pay
for the landfill's next phase.
Money was budgeted to
purchase a D6 bulldozer for
$250,000, and $50,000 was
budgeted for bioreactor expan-
sion. There is a $200,000 place-
holder in the -budget should a
viable landfill gas-to-energy
project appear, plus $165,000
was added for borrow pit per-
mitting. Even still, the board
had to add a $600,000 line item
for the purchase of fill dirt to
provide daily cover.
The addition of a second scale
and building to weigh trucks
will cost an estimated $150,000,
and replacement fencing was
budgeted at $25,000.


losure

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childhood poverty, single-parent
families, violent crime, etc.
Physical environment
includes: air quality, access to
healthy food,,etc.
Bactawar advised the
commission of the health and
economical issues of the county
and possible ways to improve
them.
"Diabetes is the number one
reason for hospitalizations in
Union County, health education
is imperative'" said Bactawar.
He continued explaining how
to address the issues and the
need to educate individuals in the
basics of healthier lifestyles.
Bactawar said that the
Bradford and Baker County
extension offices shared a Family
and Consumer Science agent
from the University of Florida.
Agents educate individuals in the
following subject areas:
Parenting and family life,
nutrition and food safety
Housing and home environment
Financial management
Disaster preparedness
Leadership development
Youth development
To extend this agent's service

See HEALTH page 7A


NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
June 23, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. located
at 1015 SW 3rd Street, Lake Butler,
FL 32054 (behind the Lake Butler
Apartments, Highway 121). Pursuant
to Chapter 83 of the Storage Facility
Act of the State of Florida, the
following units will be foreclosed:
Unit #44, $175.28
Unit #18 & 19, $110.25
6/14 2tchg 6/21-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE #: 2009-CA-000162
DIVISION: W
U.S. Bank National Association, as
Trustee for the LXS 2005-9N
Plaintiff,
vs.
Robert S. Cole and Paul Giel;
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated June
6, 2012;, entered in Civil Case No..
2009-CA-000162 of the Circuit Court
of the 8th Judicial Circuit in and for
Union County, Florida, wherein U.S.
Bank National Association, as
Trustee for the LXS 2005-9N,
Plaintiff and Robert S. Cole and Paul
'Giel are defendantss, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash AT
THE FRONT STEPS OF THE
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LOCATED AT 103 UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LAKE BUTLER,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, AT
11:00 A.M. on July 26, 2012, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit:
A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING
A TOTAL AREA OF 23 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS, LYING, BEING
AND SITUATE IN SECTION 31,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 19
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF SAID SECTION 31,
AND RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 06
MINUTES 11 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
SECTION 31, A DISTANCE OF
104.75 FEET, THENCE RUN
SOUTH 08 DEGREES 51 MINUTES
39 SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE
OF 60.88 FEET TO THE
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A GRADED COUNTY ROAD,
THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 06 MINUTES 11
.SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A GRADED COUNTY ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 227.93 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 46
DEGREES 36 MINUTES 51
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF A GRADED
COUNTY ROAD, A DISTANCE OF
377.66 FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE LEFT; THENCE RUN
SOUTHEASTERLY CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF A GRADED
COUNTY ROAD, AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 158.80 FEET AS
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF
A CURVE CONCAVE
NORTHEASTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 330.00 FEET, SAID
ARC BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD HAVING A BEARING OF
SOUTH 60 DEGREES 23 MINUTES
59 SECONDS EAST AN) A
DISTANCE OF 157.27 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 74
DEGREES 11 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG A SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF A GRADED COUNTY
,ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 79.38
FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE HEREIN
AFTER DESCRIBED PARCEL OF
LAND: THENCE CONTINUE.
RUNNING SOUTH 74 DEGREES 11
MINUTES 07 SECONDS EAST,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A GRADED COUNTY ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 249.18 FEET TO
THE POINT OF A CURVATURE OF
A CURVE TO THE RIGHT THENCE


RUN SOUTHEASTERLY,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A GRADED COUNTY ROAD. AN
ARC DISTANCE OF 93.16 FEET AS
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF
A CURVE. ,CONCAVE
SOUTHWESTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 470.00 FEET, SAID
ARC BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD HAVING A BEARING OF
SOUTH 68 DEGREES 23 MINUTES
05 SECONDS EAST AND A


Extension director


addresses health ranking


ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
103.22 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE NORTHERLY AND
HAVING A RADIUS OF 235.00
FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH 76
DEGREES 47 MINUTES 15
SECONDS EAST AND A DISTANCE
OF 102.39 FEET TO THE POINT OF
TANGENCY; THENCE RUN SOUTH
89 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 11
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY OF BONNET LAKE ROAD,
A DISTANCE OF 143.79 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF CURVATURE OF A
CURVE TO THE LEFT; THENCE
RUN NORTHEASTERLY,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID


DISTANCE OF 95.00 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 62
DEGREES 35,. MINUTES 02
SECONDS EAST CONTINUING
ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF A -".DFE
COUNTY ROAD, A DISTANCE OF
457.94 FEET TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF BONNET LAKE ROAD, SAID
INTERSECTION BEING ON THE
ARC OF A CURVE CONCAVE
EASTERLY; THENCE RUN
SOUTHERLY, ALONG SAID'
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF BONNET LAKE ROAD, AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 79.49 FEET AS
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF
A CURVE CONCAVE EASTERLY
AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 194.36
FEET, SAIDr ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH 01
DEGREES 34 MINUTES 35
SECONDS EAST AND A DISTANCE
OF 78.94 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
TANGENCY; THENCE RUN SOUTH
13 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 35
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 156.22
FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT, THENCE RUN
SOUTHWESTERLY, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
218.04 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE NORTHWESTERLY
AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 145.00
FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH 29
DEGREES 47 MINUTES 04
SECONDS WEST AND A
DISTANCE OF 198.07 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 72
DEGREES 51 MINUTES 43
SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 59.82
FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE LEFT; THENCE RUN
SOUTHWESTERLY, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
139.96 FEET AS MEASURED'
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE SOUTHWESTERLY
AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 955.24
FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH 68
DEGREES 39 MINUTES 53
SECONDS WEST AND A
DISTANCE OF 139.83 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF COMPOUND
CURVATURE TO THE LEFT;
THENCE RUN SOUTHWESTERLY,
CONTINUING ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF BONNET LAKE ROAD, AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 233.81 FEET AS
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF
A CURVE CONCAVE
SOUTHEASTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 175.00 FEET SAID
ARC BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD HAVING A BEARING OF
SOUTH 26 DEGREES 11 MINUTES
33 SECONDS WEST AND A
DISTANCE OF 216.80 FEET TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 12
DEGREES 04 MINUTES 58
SECONDS EAST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF' WAY LINE BONNET LAKE
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 222.72
FEET TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT; THENCE RUN
SOUTHWESTERLY, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT.
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
125.49 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE NORTHWESTERLY
AND HAVING A RADIUS OF 70.00
FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF SOUTH 39
DEGREES 16 MINUTES 26
SECONDS WEST AND A
DISTANCE OF 109.35 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 22 MINUTES 11
SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 143.79
FEET, TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE RIGHT; THENCE RUN
NORTHWESTERLY, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, AN ARC DISTANCE OF
76.87 FEET AS MEASURED
ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE
CONCAVE NORTHERLY AND
HAVING A RADIUS OF 175.00
FEET, SAID ARC BEING
SUBTENDED BY A CHORD
HAVING A BEARING OF NORTH 76
DEGREES 47 MINUTES 13
SECONDS WEST AND A
DISTANCE OF. 76.25 FEET, TO
THE POINT OF TANGENCY;
THENCE RUN NORTH 64
DEGREES 12 MINUTES 18
SECONDS WEST, CONTINUING
ALONG SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF BONNET LAKE
ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 257.58
FEET TO THE .WESTERLY
TERMINUS OF SAID BONNET
LAKE ROAD; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 23 DEGREES 47 MINUTES
42 SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
WESTERLY TERMINUS OF
BONNET LAKE ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 60.00 FEET, TO
THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF SAID BONNET LAKE
ROAD; THENCE RUN SOUTH 64
DEGREES 12 MINUTES 18
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF BONNET
LAKE ROAD, A DISTANCE OF
257.58 FEET, TO THE POINT OF
CURVATURE OF A CURVE TO
THE LEFT:' THENCE RUN
SOUTHEASTERLY, CONTINUING


REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of Court
B-..hilii Croft
As Deputy Clerk
6/14 2tchg 6/21-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case #: 2009-CA-000083
DIVISION: W
BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP
Plaintiff,
vs
Kenneth J. Hollingsworth a/k/a
Kenneth Hollingsworth and Naomi A.
Hollingsworth a/k/a Naomi
Hollingsworth a/k/a Naomia
Hollingsworth f/k/a Naomi A. Willis,
Husband and Wife
Defendantss.


SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF
BONNET "LAKE ROAD, AN ARC
DISTANCE OF 233.05 FEET AS
MEASURED ALONG THE ARC OF
A CURVE CONCAVE
NORTHWESTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 130.00 FEET, SAID
ARC BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD HAVING A BEARING OF
NORTH 39 DEGREES 16 MINUTES
26 SECONDS EAST AND A
DISTANCE OF 203.08 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 46 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
393.10 FEET TO A CONCAVE
MONUMENT (4-, NOT LABELED)
HEREIN AFTER REFERRED TO AS
REFERENCE POINT "E"; THENCE
RUN ALONG A CLOSING LINE
ONLY, A REFERENCE BEARING
OF SOUTH 49 DEGREES 27
MINUTES 18 SECONDS WEST,
AND A REFERENCE DISTANCE OF
689.91 FEET; THENCE RUN
ALONG A CLOSING LINE ONLY, A
REFERENCE BEARING OF NORTH
61 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 30
SECONDS WEST, AND A
REFERENCE DISTANCE OF 613.54
FEET; THENCE RUN ALONG A
CLOSING LINE ONLY A
REFERENCE BEARING OF NORTH
61 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 15
SECONDS WEST, AND A
REFERENCE DISTANCE OF 50.80
FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT (3" LABELED NFSLB
5668) HEREIN AFTER REFERRED
TO AS REFERENCE POINT "A";
THENCE RUN SOUTH 09
DEGREES 22 MINUTES 35
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
10 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH THE SANTA
FE RIVER AND AT A POINT
HEREIN AFTER REFERRED TO AS
POINT "D"; THENCE RETURN TO
SAID REFERENCE POINT "E" AND
CONTINUE RUNNING SOUTH 89
DEGREES 46 MINUTES 07
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
5 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH SAID SANTA
FE RIVER; THENCE RUN
WESTERLY ALONG SAID SANTA
FE RIVER, A DISTANCE OF 1360
FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO SAID
POINT "D"; THENCE RUN NORTH
09 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 35
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
10 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO
SAID REFERENCE POINT "A";
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING
NORTH 09 DEGREES 22 MINUTES
35 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
OF 1333.39 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DAT5 OF THE LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no-
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the ADA Coordinator; 201 East
University Avenue, Room 410,
Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) 491-
4490 at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this
notification of the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than 7
days. If you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Union County, Florida
SJulia Croft
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
Attorney for Plaintiff
SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE LLP
4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
6/14 2tchg 6/21-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CASE NO. 63-2012-CA-0073
FBD, INC, a Florida corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DIANE M. CERUNDOLO, a/k/a
DIANE CERUNDOLO CATALA, IF
LIVING, AND IF DEAD, HER
RESPECTIVE UNKNOWN
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
LEGATEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, OR TRUSTEES, AND
ANY OTHER PERSONS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR
AGAINST THEM,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: DIANE M. CERUNDOLO
a/k/a DIANE CERUNDOLO CATALA
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
5 Mill Pond Road
Epping, NH 03042-3132
AND to all unknown Defendants
listed in the caption above, whose
identities and whereabouts are
unknown
YOU ARE .NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a Mortgage on the
following described property:
Lot 19, BEVILLE ESTATES, a
subdivision according to the plat
thereof as recorded in Plat Book 2,
Pages 35a and 35b on file in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
in and for Union County, Florida.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
Eddie M. Anderson, Plaintiff's
attorney, whose address is Post
Office Box 1179, Lake City, Florida
32056-1179, no later than thirty (30)
days after the first publication of this
notice, and file the original with the
Clerk of this Court either before
service on Plaintiff's attorney or
immediately thereafter; otherwise, a
default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
complaint. There may be morley
owed to you after a foreclosure sale.
You may contact the clerk of the
court at (386) 496-3711 for
information on what you need to do
to get the money. You do not need to
hire an attorney or other
representative to get this money.
Dated June 5h. 2012.


0042-0
ALONG WITH M/H ID #'S:
FB1C042277A AND FB1 C042277B
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, on the front
steps, Union County Courthouse, 55
W. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
in accordance with Chapter 45,
Florida Statutes, Florida at 11:00
a.m. onihe 12' day of July, 2012.
That any person claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than-the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens must file
a claim within 60 days after the sale.
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court on May 3, 2012.
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
BY: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Sidney E. Lewis, P.A.
Attorney for Plaintiff
300 W. Adams Street
Suite 300
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
6/7 2tchg 6/14-UCT


NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Judgment of Foreclosure dated June
6, 2012, entered in Civil Case No.
2009-CA-000083 of the Circuit Court
of the 81" Judicial Circuit in and for
Union County, Florida, wherein BAC
Home Loans Servicing, LP, Plaintiff
and Kenneth J. Hollingsworth a/l0a
Kenneth Hollingsworth and Naomi.A.
Hollingswoth a/k/a .- Naomi
Hollingsworth a/k/a Naotnia
Hollingsworth f/k/a Naomi A. Willis,
Husband and Wife are defendantss,
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash AT THE FRONT
STEPS OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, LOCATED AT 103
UNION COUNTY COURTHOUSE,
LAKE BUTLER, UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AT 11:00 A.M. on July 26,
2012, the following described
property as set forth in said 'Finali
Judgment, to-wit: ..
LOT 26, BLOCK B, PROVIDENCE
VILLAGE PHASE 2, AS PER PLAT
THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 2, PAGE 17, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
YEAR: 2004, MAKE: DESTINY,
VIN#: D100100A AND VIN#:
D100100B, MANUFACTURED
HOME, WHICH IS PERMANENTLY
AFFIXED TO THE ABOVE
DESCRIBED LANDS. AS SUCH IT
IS DEEMED TO BE A FIXTURE
AND A PART OF THE REAL
ESTATE.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS
OF THE DATE OF THE US
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE
SALE.
If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accommodation in
order to participate in this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact
the ADA Coordinator, 201 East
University Avenue, Room 410,
Gainesville, Florida 32601 (352) 491-
4490 at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this
notification of the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than 7
days. If you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.REGINA PARRISH
REGINA PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Union County, Florida
DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT
SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACHE LLP
4630 Woodland Corporate Blvd.
Suite 100
Tampa, FL 33614
6/21 2tchg 6/28-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2012-CA-0005
SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUITY, INC.,
formerly AMERICAN GENERAL
HOME EQUITY, INC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JOHN J. WADOVSKY, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to an order br a final judgment of
foreclosure entered in the above-
captioned action, I will sell the
property situated in Union County,
Florida, described as:
....EXHIBIT A .
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
PORTIONS OF SECTION 2 AND
PORTIONS OF SECTION 11,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 19
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND 8"X8"
CONCRETE LOCATED AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 11 AND RUN SOUTH
0000'00" EAST ALONG THE
EASTERLY BOUNDARY THEREOF
FOR A DISTANCE OF 864.24 FEET
TO A PINE TREE; THENCE RUN
NORTH 61027'46" WEST ALONG
AN EXISTING FENCE LINE FOR A
DISTANCE OF 1.00 FEET TO A
SET 1/2V" REBAR MARKED
"WITNESS PLS 5098", THENCE
CONTINUE NORTH 6127'46"
,WEST ALONG SAID EXISTING
FENCE LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF
1685.40 FEET TO A SET 1/2" REBAR
MARKED "WITNESS PLS 5098"'
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH
61027'46" WEST ALONG SAID
EXISTING FENCE LINE FOR; A
DISTANCE OF 1.00 FEET TO AN
EXISTING FENCE CORNER POST;
THENCE RUN NORTH 4903'18"
WEST ALONG AND EXISTING
FENCE LINE FOR A DISTANCE::OF
1010.37 FEET TO A SET /2" REBAR
LOCATED ON THE
SOUTHEASTERLY BOUNDARY :OF
THE RIGHT-OF-WAY OF STATE
RDAD NO. 121 (A 66' R/W);
THENCE RUN SOUTH 44015'49"
WEST ALONG SAID
SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
FOR A DISTANCE OF 611.47 FEET
TO A SET V2" REBAR FOR THE
POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM THE
POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED, RUN SOUTH
56006'44" EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 161.05 FEET TO A SET V2 "
REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH
6331'25" EAST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 263.59 FEET TO A SET V/2
REBAR; THENCE RUN SOUTH
2918'29" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 155.87 FEET TO A SET 1/2"
REBAR; THENCE RUN NORTH
6340'20" WEST FOR A DISTANCE
OF 472.60 FEET TO A FOUND V2"
REBAR LOCATED ON THE
AFORESAID SOUTHERLY RIGHT
OF WAY OF STATE ROAD NO.
121; THENCE RUN NORTH
4415'49" EAST ALONG SAID
SOUTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR
A DISTANCE OF 186.60 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
ADDRESS: 7932 SE SR 121; LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054 TAX MAP OR
PARCEL ID NO.: 11-06-19-0-000-






7A UNION ^_. -, -I-IMLS tHURSDAY, JUNE 21, =.012


Elections wall complete


Supervisor of Election's Debbie Osborne takes a moment to sit on the newly
constructed wall lining the sidewalk of the SOE building, along with her Father's Day
-basket she won in a raffle earlier that evening benefiting the Union County food pantry.


.UC Food Pantry in
heed of donations
The Union County Food Pantry,
located at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is in desperate
'-"eed of food donations.
.*The pantry is also in reed
'of fan donations to help
cool the volunteers during
the summer months.
The pantry's hours are 8 a.m.
to 12 p.m.-every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday. Donations
'm'ray be dropped off directly at
,,,the pantry, at Roberts Insurance
..,Or the Union County Times.


, NIf ..


9 9 9
~ I em S


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
The brick wall lining the
sidewalk of the Supervisor of
Election's building in. Lake
Butler is now complete. This"
addition was built to be similar
to the wall located in front of the
Union County courthouse.
The wall was built using
CRA funds (Community
Reinvestment Act), which is
a fund specifically designated
to the historical district of the
city. These particular funds
cover items such as downtown
landscapes, seasonal displays.
and the redevelopment of the
downtown district
Inmates from the Lake Butler


Medical and Reception center
(RMC) primarily constructed
this \\all. which h helped to lower
costs keeping the project within
the approved budget. Supervisor
of Election's Debbie Osborne
said she w\as pleased with the
addition.
Although vert busy with the
upcoming elections, Osborne
to-k a moment to step out of
the office to sit on the new wall,
bringing along a basket she had
won in a Father's Day raffle
earlier that day. The raffle was
held to raise funds for the Union
County Food Pantr3, which helps
to provide food for families of
the county in need.


HEALTH
Continued from Page 6A


to Union for three and a half
days per two weeks, the county's
cost would be $7,500 per year.
Jimmy Talllman made a notionn
to approve the request with a
second made by Karen Cossey,
the motion carried unanimously.
Library Director Mary Brown
advised the commissioners
that the Union County Health
department had addressed the
health issues and rankings at a
recent health advisory, meeting
and that they were also working
towards improving the overall
health of Union County.
To see the full results of
the Robert Wood Johnson/
University of Wisconsin county
rankings go to http://www.
countyhealthrankings.org


KEEP OUR ECONOMYSTRONG~ ~


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Kyocera Technology
FS 1135
B/W Copier
$1,100 or 50mc


Purchase this machine and .
save enough money on toner
to pay for the copier!


SLORELL
Lorell Millenia i
Pneumatic Adjustable
Task Chair
LLR 80004 SALE
LIST
$20 129,


brother ,^ ^^
2820 ^ ,
Fax Machine --
p225


"LORELL
Lorell Pneumatic
Adjustable Multi-task
Stool
LLR 80008 SALE
LIST
$241 $149


"LORELL
Lorell 86000 Series
Executive Mesh Back
Chair
LLR 86200 SALE
LIST
'~229


Ifyou


can sa"'p


l 31 brother Replacement Toner
.... Cartridges for most
- models UP TO
Call for 7 5%
prices. SAVINGS!

LARGE STOCK I
of Ink Jet Printer Cartridges for HP,1,|
Epson, Brother, Lexmark, and
Canon... at competitive pricing! J
HP #02 thru #940.


SLORELL
Lorell Chadwick
Executive Leather
High-Back Chair
LLR 60120 SALE
LIST
$248 ,


@LORELL
Lorell Vertical File
15"x25"x52" Steel
4-drawer(s) Letter, Secuerity
Lock, ,Card Management,
Ball-bearing Suspension,
Heavy Duty Black

. SALE


$-33J I
$338


IbY


"LORELL
Lorell Vertical File
15"x25"x28.38" Steel
2 File drawer(s) Letter,
Security Lock, Card
Management, Ball-bearing
Suspension, Heavy Duty -


Black


208


LIST
$221


, trip to Gainesville with gas at $3.85 per gallon, or a shipping
charge, doesn 't it make sense to shop locally?


SALE

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www.TheOfficeShonofStarke.com


11 0 West Call Street Starke, FL theofficeshop@theofficesh;pofstarke.COfll





8A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2012


DINNER
Continued from Page 5A
$2 per child. All proceeds will
go towa rds the youth trip to see a
Christian concert in August.

UC Soil and
Water Conser-
vation meet
The Union County Soil and
Water Conservation Committee
will meet on Tuesday, June 26,
at 6:30 p.m. at the Union County
Extension Office, 25 NE 1st
Street, Lake Butler.
Thomas fami-
ly reunion set
The Thomas family reunion
for all of the decedents of Jessie,
Alan, Roland, William and
Nicolas Thomas will be held on
Saturday, June 30 at 10:30 a.m.
at Harmony Freewill Baptist
Church. 'For more information
contact C.L. Thomas at 386-755-
0654.
Event at
Greater Eliza-
beth
Greater Elizabeth Missionary


Baptist church of Lake Butler
wvill be having a men's and
women's day on Sunday, June
24, beginning at 11 a.m. with
speaker Rev. Henry Ortiz and
at 3 p.m., speaker Gussie Lee
of Bland Community. The
pastor and members invite you
to attend. For more information
contact Eddie Jac~kson" at 386-
496-1670.
VBS at First
Christian
"SKY" Vacation Bible School
at First Christian Church of Lake
Butler will begin on Sunday. June
24, through Thursday, June 28.
from 6-8 p.m. Groups available
from pre-K through 6th grade.
There will be games, snacks,
stories, music, crafts and an
imagination station.
For additional information call
386-496-3956.
Events at the
UCPL
The Game Night Mortal
Kombat Tournament will be on
Saturday, June 23, from 5-7 p m.
$2 early registration entry fee for
tournament, $3 registration fee
day of tournament, free popcorn
and more.
The Teen Movie Matinee will
be on Saturday, July 14, fr'om
12 to 2 p.m. Free admission and


Library's summer program underway
'. 4h~
~ -.~


The Union County Public Library has summer fun to offer each Thursday at 10 a.m. for the whole family. All
programs are free and open to the public. Pictured here, boys versus gIrls In tug of war at the library's game day
program.


popcorn.
Band Night will be held on
Saturday, July 28, from 7-9 p.m..
$5 admission for public and $3
*for JFOL members. All proceeds
benefit the JFOL's scholarship
fund.
Pop Warner+
registration set
The Union County Pop Warner
- open registration has been set and
will be at the Pop Warner building
at the O.J. Philips Complex at RMC
every Satu~rday through July 28,
from 9am- 12pm.
Cost for cheerleaders is $150.
This will include uniform (with
bloomers and embroidery), hairbow,
socks, shoes, cropped shirt for com-
petition, pom poms, insurance costs


Girls hone their hula hooping skills in the library's parking lot.


and trophy. Warm-ups and bags will
be optional this year.
Cost for football players is $150.
This will include helmet rental. pad.
rental, jersey (with screenprint),
socks, pants, chin strap a'nd mouth-
piece, insurance costs, referee costs
and trophy. The Pop Warner will
be offering a payment plan to assist
with costs.
Registration forms can be found
on the website at leaguelineup/ucpw.
com under 2012 Printable Forms.


You may fill it out in advance and
bring it to registration with you.
Each child, will be measured for jer-
seys, helmets and uniforms at sign
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a physical. It MUST be filled out on
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copy will not work). Also, each child
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birth certificate. We will be making
a copy of each.
If you still have your helmet and
pads from last year, return them. The
Pop Warner are short over half of the
helmets and pads that were. loaned
out last year, and ask that you return
them at registration.
If you have any questions please
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'B Section Thursday, June 21, 2Q12 FEATURES

CRIME
SOCIALS
RE GIO NAL N1 EWS OBITUARIES
_=L EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY ANP THE LAKE REGION




Powell set to say goodbye to Capital City after 13 years


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
A joy in helping people has
followed her to several jobs
throughout her life, but after 13
years as administrative assistant
at Capital City Bank in Starke,
Mary Powell is set to retire.
Don't expect Powell to go
anywhere, though. She and her
husband, Jim, have settled in
quite nicely in Starke, treasuring
the friendships they have made.
"It's just a nice place to be,"
Powell said.
Powell's retirement begins
this week,and it brings a mixture
of emotions. She's excited about
what the future holds, but a little,
sad in that she'll be leaving
friends at the bank.
However, the time seemed
right, Powell said. Capital City
Bank is set to bring in a new
president, aid several programs
employees use now will be
changing.
"I thought that this would just
be a good time to have someone
in this position who would be
around for the long haul and not


for the short term," Powell said.
Powell, though, added, "I feel
like there's a lot of life leffin my
body. I may get bored easily and
go back to work."
Starke reminds Powell of the
city she was born and raised in:
Orlando. That may seem an odd
comparison, but the Orlando
Powell grew up in wasn't as


3 j Mary Powell
1 retires this week
from Capital City
Bank in Starke
S and is excited
^ about whatever
Bher future may
hold.






large as it is today. Powell said
it was a family-oriented town
where people knew each other.
"I grew up in Orlando pre-
Disney," she said.
Powell met her husband in
Orlando. He worki.d for the
Florida Highway Patrol and was
transferred there as a license
examiner.


Displaying her typical.
humorous look at the world.
Powell said, "That is also
how I got my driver's license.
Connections always pay off."
Her husband eventually took a
job with Florida Power, and the
couple moved to St. Petersburg.
From there, the Powells moved
to New Orleans when Jim retired
and enrolled in a seminary. Jim's
work in churches took them from
New Orleans to Bradenton and
Pensacola before he accepted a
position at First Baptist Church
in Starke.
Powell worked as an office
manager for an oncologist when
she lived in St. Petersburg and
worked ata bank in New Orleans.
She then worked for a CPA
in Bradenton before working
in hospital administration in
Pensacola.
"All the past experience I've
had has helped to make me what
I am," she said.
After moving to Starke,
Powell actually spent a lot of
time in Atlanta, helping to care
for her newborn granddaughter


Lauren.
"I stayed with her a lot her
first year of life because her
mom and. dad both worked,"
Powell said.
Powell eventually took a
job with Bradford County's
cmergeinc\ management office.
She spent approximately five
years there, helping former
director Jim Locke develop the
county'semergencymanagement
manual.
It was an exciting job, but
one that was tough at times,
especially during major flooding
and brush fire incidents, Powell
said. She put in long, grueling
hours during those times and
talked to many concerned people
who didn't know what to do.
"Dealing with panicked
people was a challenge, trying to
give them enough information
so they could make a decision
that was theirs to be made
without scaring them or leading
them astray," Powell said. "It
was a fine balance of trying
to make sure they had enough
information that I was aware of


to make their decision on wlhat
they needed to do."
Po" ell decided toapply for the
job of administrative assistant at
Capital City Bank, which was
previously First Union Bank,
when Jeff Oody. was hired as
president. She knew Oody and
his family from First Baptist
Church. Powell and Oody's
wife, Beth, both worked with the
children's choir.
"When his wife found out
I had applied," Powell said,
"she said, 'You're going to
have to hire her. She's the most
organized person I know.'"
She grew into her role as the
bank was transitioning from
First Union to Capital City,
Powell said. She said it took her
approximately a year before she
felt she had a firm grasp on the
job, but added, "I also know that
it doesn't matter how long work
here or how much previous
experience I've had, there's still
a lot to learn."

See POWELL, 8B


1-legged athlete tells kids to let no one limit their lives


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Snorts Editor


Carl Joseph encourages
people to strive to bo their best
and never let anyone or anything
hold them back.
It's hard not to listen to
Joseph, who is living proof of
what one can accomplish if he
or she .sets his or her mind to it.
Joseph was born with one leg,
but participated in three sports in
middle school and high school
and went on to be a memberof
the Bethune-Cookminan College
football team.
"It all starts with you," Joseph


told a group of approximately 20
people at Lawtey Community
SSchool on June 15. "People
can't limit your life. Only you
: can limit your life."
Joseph, who also spoke
' to children at the Bradford
County Public Library on June
13, is a member of the Florida
High Sc'hoo1 Athletic Hall of
Fame. He lettered in football,
basketball and track and
field-he competed in the high
jump-at Madison County High
School.
Life was successful for Joseph
beyond college in a variety of


endeavors, but he said God told
him that simply being a success
was not his main purpose.
"I knew God made me for a
purpose," Joseph said, "but I
didn't know that he created me
to be an inspiration."
Now, Joseph shares his story,
which began as an infant that
received more attention than
most newborns. He said his
mother, Gladys, told him people
from all over the community in
which they lived came to see
him.
"They didn't come just to ,ee
the baby," Joseph sajid "The',


Carl Joseph


came to see the one-legged
baby."
Joseph said he can only
imagine what was going through
his mother's mind. She was a
single parent at the age of 19
who already had three daughters.
Now, she had just been informed
by her midwife she had given
birth to a son with one leg.
She asked God how, she was
going to raise such a child,
Joseph said, with God replying
that the child was a blessing.
As Joseph related, God told his
mother, "He's born on this earth
for a purpose."
That purpose would not
be revealed to Joseph until
later in life, but what became
immediately known was that
Joseph did not let the fact he
had just one leg hinder him.
He seemed to have no trouble
getting around. In fact, he said
his mother resorted to building
a barrier'in front of their door
to prevent a very young Joseph
frorh going outside.
It didn't help as Joseph


surprised his mother by making
it outside anyway.
"She said she was just so
amazed to see a child with one
leg who could move better than
some of the children with two
legs," Joseph said.
Joseph was fitted with a
prosthesis, but he said he was
never comfortable wearing it.
For a child who had already
learned to get around despite the
absence of a leg, the prosthesis
seemed to do nothing but limit
his mobility.
"It was like I was dragging
something along behind me,"
Joseph said.
Joseph was eventually one of
nine children in his family, so
you would think he had plenty
of playmates. However, he said
he eventually became so good
at such games as hopscotch
that his siblings didn't want to
play with him. Thus, he would
venture outside and play with
the neighborhood boys. Their
game was football.

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Report: couple
hid beer in
baby stroller

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal. coin Editor
Starke police arrested a man
and woman for shoplifting June
15 after a store clerk said the
couple stole a case of beer from
the convenience store b\ con-
cealing it in a baby stroller.
Geri Alaina Perry, 22. and
Joshua Wayne Johns, 33, were
both arrested for shoplifting.
* According to a police report,
a clerk at the Island Food Store
saw Perry and Johns enter the
store around 1:10 p.m. The
cashier told police that Johns
walked over to the counter and
struck up a conversation with the
employee while Perry walked'to
the back of the store pushing a
baby stroller.
Moments later, the clerk saw
Perry exit the Shell-branded re-
tailer and saw what she thought
was the outline of a case of
beer underneath a blanket in the
stroller.
Officer Chad Howell wrote in
a report that by the time he and
another officer caught up with
the duo, they had deposited the
beer in a neighbor's refrigerator.
Perry told police she thought
Johns had paid for the beer.
Johns added that he intended to
pay for the beverage. However,
the clerk said Johns twice tried to
distract her when his partner was
in the store.
The accusations against Johns
and Perry are unproven and they
are presumed innocent until ad-
judicated guilty by a court.

Loud music,
cursing lead
to arrest

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.corn Editor
A man who police say played
loud music outside Brooker's
Dollar General and then cursed
at employees was arrested June
18 after giving a false name 6to
police.
Randal Scott Coblentz, 40, of
Starke was charged with giving a
false ID to a law enforcement of-
ficer and with failure to appear.
The charges against Coblentz
are not proven and he is pre-


sumed innocent until adjudicated
guilt\ b% a court.
According to a sheriff's office
report, deputies^ responded to
the retailer after receiving com-
plaints about Coblentz and an-
other man, both of whom were in
a car parked outside the store.
Coblentz, who was in the pas-
senger seat, first gave the name
of Glenn Corbett when asked to
identify himself. A deputy wrote
that after he could not confirm
the man's identity, he persuaded
the passenger it was in his best
interest to identify himself.
According to the report, the
man replied, "My real name is
Randal Coblentz and 1 have a
warrant out of Bradford County
and that's why I didn't tell you
my real name."
The deputy confirmed
Coblentz's name and verified he
was wanted for failure to appear.

Man sentenced
to 60 days
for stealing a
newspaper

BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.coin Editor
A judged sentenced a Starke
man to 60 days in jail for stealing
a newspaper off a Westmoreland
Street porch.
Richard Dewayne Tyler, 45,
pleaded no contest to petit theft.
A judge adjudicated him guilty.
According to an arrest report,
the resident told police that on
Jan. 29 she placed her paper in
front of her front door before
going to church, and when she
returned, it was gone. She then
reviewed video and saw a heavy-
set, white male in a red hat and
jacket walk up to the home and
take the periodical. The victim
added that someone had stolen
her newspapers for three weeks
in a row about eight months be-
fore the Jan. 29 theft, but at that
time, she did pot have video sur-
veillance.
. Police later identified the sus-
pect in the video as Tyler,
According to a police report
Tyler told police he walked up to
the residence to-ask if-he could
mow the lawn for money. After
no one answered, he took the
newspaper in order to look for a
job.
Tyler's criminal record in-
cludes convictions for"dealing


in stolen property. possession of
drug paraphernalia, assault on
a person aged 65 or older, pos-
session of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, opposing an officer
without violence batter., pos-
session of a controlled substance
and other convictions.

Recent arrests'
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently b\ lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
Bill Anderson, 52, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 12 by
Union deputies for battery and
child cruelty without great bodily
harm.
Charles Anthony Arnett, 20, of
Starke was arrested June 15 by
Bradford deputies for trespass-
ing. Bond was set at $500 and he
was released on June 15.
Shane Allen Arnett, 19, of
Starke was arrested June 17 by
Bradford deputies for vehicle
theft. He remained in jail at press
time.
Staci Lynn Arvin, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested June 13 by
Union deputies for larceny and
burglary.
Billie D. Baker, 27, of Fort
White was arrested June 17 by
FHP troopers for driving with a
suspended license. She was re-
leased June 17.
Timothy Allen BaUlard, 62, of
Starke was arrested June 15 by
Bradford deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released June
16.
Emily L. Barton, 19, of Glen
St. Mary was arrested June 18
by Bradford deputies for a felo-
ny probation violation. She re-
mained in jail at press time.
Johnnie D. Bellflower, 31, of
Starke was arrested June 15 by
Bradford deputies for a felony
probation violation, aggravated
battery, kidnapping-false im-
prisonment, and sexual assault.
Bond was set at $30,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Christopher Brian Busterna,
22, of Starke was arrested June
14 by Bradford deputies for a
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Randal Scott Coblentz. 40,


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Antonio Antwain Butler. 19,
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Katlin Jean Carter, 20. of
Jacksonville was arrested June
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minor. Bond was set at $2,000
and she was released June 14.
Michael Channell, 31, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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counts of grand theft and three
counts of burglary of an unoccu-
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Christopher Lee Chastain, 27,
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Bond was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Kenneth Lee Clark, 47, of
Starke was arrested June 16 by
Bradford deputies for larceny.
He was released June 17.
Richard Cline, 41, was arrest-
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

Tremain Henry Cuffee, 32, of
Melrose was arrested June 15 by
Bradford deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $25,004 and he was released
June 19.
Harry Donaldson, 46, of
Starke was arrested June 12 by
Clay deputies for possession of
lets than 20 grams of cannabis.
- iChristopher Edward Eden-
field, 23, of lake Butler was ar-
rested June 14 by Union depu-
ties for trespassing, loitering and
resisting an officer.
Timothy Allen Fugatt, 36, of
Starke was arrested June 18 by
Bradford deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set at
$5,003 and he was released June
18.
'Teresa M. Gaskins, 27, of
Starke was arrested June 18 by
Bradford deputies for a misde--
njeanor probation violation. She
remained in jail at.press time.


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Adrian S. Mosley, 40, of
Starke was arrested June 18 by
Bradford deputies on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released June
19.
Joyce Leigh Norman, 42, of
Lawtey was arrested June 13 by
Bradford deputies for resisting
an officer and destroying evi-
dence. Bond was set at $6,000
and she was released June 16.
Ronnie C. Norman, 38, of
Raiford was arrested June 15
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released June 15.
Gari Alaina Perry, 22, of
Starke was arrested June 15 by
Starke police for retail theft.
Bond was set at $2,000 and she
was released June 16.
Leslie Ann Perryman, 29,
of Glen St. Mary was arrested
June 18 by Baker deputies on an
-out-of-county warrant. She re-
mained in jail at press time.


Jennifer Leigh Pilgrim, 25,
of Starke was arrested June 13
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation. Bond
was set at $2,500 and she was
released June 14.
Dolores Revels, 40, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested June
16 by Clay deputies for con-
tempt of court. .
Jaime Hollen Rhodes, 23, of
Starke was arrested June 13 by
Starke police for a non-moving
traffic violation. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released June
14.
Lakeefia Ke'anna Risby, 23,
of Starke was arrested June 12
by Bradford deputies for a hit
and run. Bond was set at $500
and she was released June 12.
Gioyanni E. Rodriguez, 38,
of Miami was arrested June 16
by Bradford deputies for fraud-
impersonation. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Michael Edward Sutton, 33,
of.Starke was arrested June 13


by Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released June 16.
Michael Lemar Taylor, 33, of
Starke was arrested June 16 by
Starke police for driving with
a suspended license. Bond Was
set at $500 and he was released
June 16.
Donald Thornon, 29, of
Kingsley Lake was arrested by
Clay deputies for battery.
Benton McMillan Tippet, 52,
of Melrose was arrested June
13 by Starke police for a non-
moving traffic violation. He was
released June 13.
Lonnie D. Todd, 49, of Law-
tey was arrested June 13 by
Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana and a parole
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Joshua Allen Touchton, 32,
of Lawtey was arrested June 12
by Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana,, possession
of narcotics equipment and pro-
ducing marijuana. Bond was set


at $76,000 and he was released
June 13.
David Wayne Trosper, 29, of
Keystone Heights, was arrested
June 18 for fraud. Bond was set
at $10,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
John David Watterson, 43, of
Starke was arrested June 16 by
Starke police for driving with
a suspended license. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
June 16.
Edwina Chastain Williams,
49, of Hiampton was arrested
June 12 by Starke police for
larceny. Bond was set at $5,000
and she was released June 13.
Temeka Nakeshia Williams,
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June 15 by Bradford deputies on
an out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $5,000 and she was
released June 15.
Markitta Cherice Witcher,
27, of Jacksonville was arrested
June 18 by Bradford deputies for
failure to appear. Bond was set
at $4,500 and she remained in


jail at press time.
Patricia Lynn WoodarZI, 39,.i
of Lake Butler was arrested June
13 by Union deputies for a felo-
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Press Woods Sr., 47, of Wad-
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June 15.
Press Woods Jr. 24, of Tampa
-was arrested June 15 by Starke
police on an out-of-county war-
rant. Bond was set at $250 and
he was released June 15.
Gregory Ticco Wright, 36, of
Gainesville was arrested June
16 by Bradford deputies-for DUI
and driving with a suspended li-
cense. He was released June 17.
Bradnon Scott Wynne, 30,
of Lawtey was arrested June 17.
by Bradford'deputies for two
misdemeanor probation viola-
tions. Bond was set at $1,000
and he remained in jail at press
time,.


Rebecca Gearty, 28, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested June
1 by Clay deputies for two
counts of failure to appear.
, Kenneth Michael Gilliam, 50,
o" Waldo was arrested June 15
b4 Bradford deputies for driving
vith a suspended license. Bond
wNas set at $ 1,000 and he was re-
ldased June 18.
;Aaron Roy Griffis, 19, of
Lawtey was arrested June 14
b1 Bradford deputies for larce-
n. He remained in jail at press
thme.
SRiley Leonard Griffis, 20, of
Starke was arrested June 16 by
radford deputies ,for driving
vith a suspended license. Bond
v.as set at $500 and he remained
iiA jail at press time.
Joshua Brian Gunter, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested June
1F,7 by Starke police for larceny
aid contributing to the delin-
qiency of a minor. He was re-
Ilased June 17.
Justin Harris, 20, of Keystohe
ightswararrestetr.If-11 12 byi"'"
asy deputies for burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling and grand
eft. He was arrested June 14
-. Clay deputies for dealing in
jflen property.
SDonte Devray Howard, 19, of
1tarke was arrested June 12 by
rke police for larceny. Bond
*as set at $5,000 and he re-
tained in jail at press time.
SWilliam Huffman, 54, of Key-
ione Heights was arrested June
2 by Clay deputies for battery.
e was arrested June 18 by Clay
deputies for grand theft.
| Pamela Eddins Jeffries, 41. of
hcksonville was arrested June
f2 by Bradford deputies on an
P ut-of-c6unty warrant. Bond
as set at $20,006 and she was
ftleased June 12.
SJoshua Wayne Johns, 33, of
$tarke was arrested June 15 by
Itarke police for retail theft.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
pleased June 16.
^ Tasha Johnson, 31, of Starke
fas arrested June 12 by Clay
deputies for retail theft.
. William Alexander Jones, 25.;
(if Keystone Heights was arrest-
ed June 13 by Bradfprd deputies
for a felony probation violation.
6ond was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail at press time. -
Edna Lee Lamb, 31, of Starke
was arrested June 15 by Starke
police for possession of drugs
and retail theft. She was released
Jrune 16.
SWilliam David Lebarron, 22
(f Jacksonville, was arrested
June 16 by Starke police for pos-
sessionof marijuana and posses-
$ion of narcotics equipment. He
.yas released June 16.
SChristopher Mark Adam Lee,
25, of Keystone Heights was
arrested June 18 by Bradford
deputies for burglary, larceny,
fraud and dealing in stolen prop-
erty. He remained in jail at press
time.
SChristopher. James Mallonee,
40, of Keystone Heights was ar-
" rested June 12 by Bradford depu-
tjes for burglary and contempt of
court. Bond was set at $30,000
and he was released June 13.
Martha Ann Moses, 48, of
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Starke police on an out-of-coun-
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Fish officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke. Visit
www.archietanrerfuneralservices.
com to sign the family's guest
book.
PAID OBITUARY


Edna Capehart

Edna Capehart
LAWTEY-Edna Conkle
Capehart. 82, a 42 year resident of
Lawtey, passed away on Sunday,
June 16, 2012, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home with family by her
side.
She was born in Sunnyside, Ga.,
on Nov. 9, 1929, to the late Charlie
Conkle and Lillie Wilson Conkle.
Edna enjoyed gardening flowers
and her fruit trees as well as sewing.
She was preceded in death by: her
loving husband, Charles Capehart;.
her sister, Dorothy Conkle; and her
brothers, Roney, Henry, John and
Monroe Conkle.
She is survived by: her children,
Edna Sue (Peter) Roemer of Starke,
Josephine (Gary)TateofDalton,Ga.,
Mildred (John) Bradley of Lawtey,
Daniel "Tucker" (Hazel) Conkle of
Griffin, Ga., and Joe (Kim) Conkle
of McDonough, Ga.; her brothers,
Marion Conkle of Griffin and
Benjamin (Doris) Conkle of Milner,
Ga.; her sisters, Myrtice Littlejohn
of Milner, Ruth Littlejohn of Griffin,
and Clovis (Ed) Small of Dwight,
Kan.; her 9 grandchildren and 14
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Sunday, June 17, at 3 p.m. at Crosby


Laura Densmore

Laura Densmore
CALIFORNIA-Laura Bruning
Densmore went to be with Jesus in
SantaBarbaraCalif.,on Wednesday,
June 6, 2012, with her husband by
her side. She was a valiant warrior
in her battle with clear cell sarcoma.
She didn't lose this fight; she won.
She gave her most when she was
at her worst and when her worst
wasn't good enough, she decided to
look down on us from Heaven.
Laura was born on Mar. 3, 1972,
in Gainesville. She graduateJ from
-Keystone Heights High School in
1990, and from Santa Fe Community
College in 1998 as a registered
cardiovascular invasive specialist.
She worked at Munroe Regional
Medical Center for 10 years, for
private cardiologists for two years,
and then moved to DothanAla. and
was a housewife and stay-at-home
mom.
Laura loved her family, horseback
riding, a glass of wine and a good
movie.. She also loved her friends
and being an inspiration to others


during her fight. Her main goal was
to help anyone she could and her
legacy lives on in the witness that
she was and through the ministry
she gave.
She leaves: her husband, Eric
Densmore:' her children, Ave (5)
and Colton (2): her father and step-
mother, Hank and Jane Bruning of
Starke; her mother, Judy Bruning of
Keystone Heights; her sister, Lisa
Bruning (Troy) Stephens, and niece,
Adysen (4), all of Broken Arrow,
Okia.; her brother, Karl Bruning of
Gainesville; her father and mother-
in-law, Don and Gail Densmore
of Ocala; sister-in-law, Michele
Densmore of Ocala; brother-in-
law, Randy (Shellie) Densmore
and nephew, Zac, all of Grapevine,
Texas; and numerous uncles, aunts
and cousins.
A celebration of Laura's life
will be held on Saturday, June 23,
at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Keystone Heights. Food will be
served immediately following the
service. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to Eric Densmore for
the family at Capital City Bank
in Keystone Heights, or by mail
to: P.O. Box 41, Lake Geneva, FL
32160.
PAID OBITUARY

Otis Forsyth
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Otis
Charles Forsyth, 83, died on Sunday,
June 10, 2012, at the Roberts Care
Center in Palatka. Mr. Forsyth was
born on April 17, 1929, in Lake
Butler to the late Joe B. and Maggie
Green Forsyth.
He was a longtime resident of
Keystone Heights and was retired
from the United States Coast Guard
after serving 20 years. He was of the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Forsyth was preceded in death
by: his brother, Leaston Forsyth.
He is survived by: his wife of 64
years, Loretta Charron Forsyth;
children, Anita (Ronald) Crosby of
Starke, Curtis (Marilyn) Forsyth of
Keystone Heights, Yvonne Phelps
of Virginia and Claude (Lynn)
Stodgell of St. Petersburg; sister, Ina
Home of Hampton; brother, Vernon
Forsyth of Hampton;' numerous
grandchildren, great-grandchildren
and great-great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held
on Saturday, June 23, at I1 a.m. in
the Keystone Heights Cemetery
with Pastor Jimmy Scott officiating.
In lieu of flowers, please make
donations to Hospice of Palatka,
6400 St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL
32177. Arrangements are under the
care of Jone-*-GjIlagher Funeral
Home.of Ke'l so'ne Heights.

Daniel Gabbard
ORANGE HEIGHTS-Daniel
Lee "Gabby" Gabbard, 62, of
Orange Heights, died on Friday,
June 15, 2012, at Shands at the
University of Florida in Gainesville.


He was an area resident of 30 years
and was also a United States Army
Veteran.
Mr. Gabbard is survived by:
three brothers, Michael Gabbard
of Gainesville, Steve (Betsy ),
Gabbard and Johnny (Cathy) Bass,
all of Hawthorne; a sister, Michele
Gabbard of Gainesville. eight
nephews and one niece. He was
preceded in death by his parents,
Howard ,and Wilma Gabbard.
A visitation will be held on
Thursday, June 21, from 5-7 p.m. at
Moring Funeral Home in Melrose.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to the American Legion Post
16 in Gainesville. Arrangements are
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home of Melrose.


Roy Glover

Roy Glover
STARKE-Roy Pat Glover, 80,
of Starke, passed away on Friday,
June 15,2012,at Southpoint Terrace
Nursing Home in Jacksonville.
He was born in Bartow, Ga.
on April 8, 1932, to the late John
Will Glover and Mary Francis
Salter-Glover. He was raised in
Riddleville, Ga., and has been a
resident of Bradford County most of
his life where he enjoyed spending
time with his family.
Roy was a member of Madison
Street Baptist Church and he retired
after over 30 years of dedicated
service from the Department of
Military Affairs as an electrician.
Roy also served in the United States
Army during the Korean War.
He enjoyed fishing, sewing,
playing his guitar, dancing, playing
cards, and in his la.ler years, singing.
He was precedeod iideatr -by his
loving wife of 48 years, Peggy
L. Glover; his brothers, Richard
"R.W." Glover, James "Will"
Glover, Walter F. Glover, John W.
Glover Jr. and Raymond Glover;
and his sisters,Alice E. Fleming and
Dorothy V. Whaley.
He is survived by: his sons,


Doug Glover of Starke and Dennis
(Angeles) Glover of Pachuca,
Mexico: his sister, Mary L.
Burke of Savannah, Ga.; and his
grandchildren, Miles and Rachel
Glover of High Springs.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, June 22, at 12 p.m. at Archie
Tanner Funeral Services with
Pastor Charles Warren officiating.
Interment will follow at Santa Fe
Cemetery in. Hampton. The family
will receive friends one hour prior to
the service. Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices. corn to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Charlie Griffis
LAWTEY-Charlie Robert
"C.R." Griffis Sr., 64, of Lawtey,
died Wednesday, June 13, 2012,
at St. Vincent's Medical Center
in Jacksonville after an extended
illness.
He was a lifelong resident of
Bradford County. He was retired
from the Florida Department of
Transportation, and was a member
of Victory Revival Center in Starke.
Mr. Griffis was the son of the late
Joe Melton Griffis and Dorothy Lee
Cadle Griffis. He was preceded in
death by: a son, Jimmy Griffis; and
a granddaughter, Caitlyn.
He is survived by: two sons,
Charlie Robert Griffis Jr. and
James Eric Griffis, both of Lawtey;
two brothers, Mitchell Griffis and
Raymond Griffis, both of Lawtey;
three sisters, Juanita Willingham,
Hazel Johnson and Patsy Luke;
three grandchildren and four step-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
June 16 in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home with the Rev. Randall
Griffis officiating. Burial followed
in Crosby Lake Cemetery under
the care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.


Charles Hutson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Charles Ronald Hutson, 63, of
Keystone Heights, died Friday,
June 8, 2012, at Kindred Hospital in
Green Cove Springs.
Mr. Hutson was born on Oct. 24,
1948, in Jacksonville and moved
to Keystone 23 years ago from
Jacksonville. He was a retired
carpenter's helper and a member of
Lake Hill Baptist Church. He was
preceded in death by: his father,
William Colt Hutson; and a brother,
Gary HutsotL.,,. -" : . .. ...*
He 'is survived by: his mother,
Mary Brandt Hutson of Keystone
Heights; his sons, Clyde William
Hutson and Charles Joseph Hutson,
both of Keystone Heights; sisters,
Patricia (Michael) Johnson of
Keystone Heights, Elizabeth
(David) Borden of Middleburg;


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Crystal Hall
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- ',
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Heights, passed away suddenly on
Friday,June 15,2012,inMandeville,
La. She was born in Gainesville on
Dec. 16, 1989, to Phillip Andrew
Hall and Wendy Jameson.
Crystal graduated from Keystone
Heights High School in 2008
and more recently worked as a
pharmacy technician at CVS. She -
was an avid Gator fan and enjoyed
playing soccer. She was preceded in .
death by: her paternal grandfather,
Bobby Joe Hall; and her maternal I
grandfather, Jerry Francis.
She is survived by: her father,
Phillip (Debbie) Andrew Hall of
Keystone Heights; her mother,
Wendy (Jim) Jameson of Melrose;
her brother, Hayden (Jessika) Hall of .
MinotAFB, N.D.; her stepbrothers,
Justin Cash of Micanopy ard
Christopher Cash of Rockville,
Md.; her paternal grandmother,
Mary Alice Hall; her maternai-.
grandmother, Patti Craig; and heri
nephew, Brayden Hall.
Funeral services will be held on '
Thursday, June 21, at Hope Baptist ,
Church Cemetery at 10 a.m. with:
Brother Tom Croft officiating.'
,The familyv(WljU reei'.e friends on
Wednesday, Jun'e 1'e0 from 6-8 p.m.
at the funeial'homieY.'Arrangements
are under the care of Archie Tanner
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that she was now clean by, faith in
Christ's work and not her own.
From that moment on she was filled
with the Hol> Spirit and studied the
Bible as a member of the Keystone -
Heights Community Church under
former Pastor Buddy Friedlin, and
current Pastor Rob Morford. Her
family- has no doubt that that she is
now in Heaven with Jesus Christ,
and with her family ) that preceded
her in Christ.
Norma is survived by three of
her children: Norma V. Martin,
G. Michael (Cannen) Valldejuli,"'
and .Iohn A. (Lidia) Valldejuli.
Norma has been blessed with five
grandchildren: Gregory A. (Aleshia)
Martin, Lindsey A. (Dan) Galasso,
Jonathan Valldejuli, Kelsie and
Brianna Valldejuli. Norma also has
seven great-grandchildren: Nathan,
Isaac, Lydia, Isabella, Amelia, Joel,
and Wyatt Galasso.
She will be fondly remembered
by family and friends as a generous--
person, and "especially for her
dedication to family. In her last
months, Norma talked of wanting
to return to Costa Ric~a, but her frail
health and medical needs prevented
her" from going, so she will be
buried in San Jose' Costa Rica with
her parents and siblings, w ith the
exception of one remaining sister.,
Nena, who survives her.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Waters
GEORGIA--Mary Flemi'ng'
Waters, 86, of Jefferson, Ga., died
Sunday, June 17, 2012, at Bell
Nursing Home of Gainesville, Ga',
She was born in Olustee on April,
28, 1926, and was a former resident.
of Lake City. Mrs. Waters was a
homemaker. She was the daughter of
the late Willis Farris and LaNettye
Fleming. She was also preceded.*
in death by: her husband, Lewis'
Waters; three brothers, one sister,
and one granddaughter. ....
Mrs. Waters is survived by:
her daughter, Libby (Garland)
Wilkes of Jefferson, Ga.; two
sons, Ron (Virginia) Waters and
Jim (Sandy) Waters, all of Lake
City; 10 grandchildren, 17 great-
grandchildren andl two great-great-**"
grandchildren. - -*'"':':
Funeral services were held on-';
June 20 in the chapel of Arcte.t:;
Funeral Home of Lake Butler. B itrii? 3'
followed in Mt. Zion Cemetery ;;
near Lake Butler. Archer Funeral"**
Home of Lake Butler is in.charge'of "*
arrangements. .'-


Mr. lones is survived by: his
sisters, Josephine Kiser of Jasper,
and Beatrice Diamond of Perry; and
other extended family of Lawtey.
Funeral "services will be held
on Saturday, June 23 at 11 a.m. at
Mount Moriah Baptist Church in
Jasper with Dr. Emanuel J. Kiser
conducting the services, Intermenat
will be held in Sasser's Landing
in Jennings under the direction
of Haile Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
June 22 at Mount Moriah Baptist
Church in Jasper. Family hour is
from 5-6 p.m. and friends may visit
from 6-8 p.m. The cortege will form
at the home of Mrs. Josephine Kiser
at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday.
Sybil Marcello
HAWTHORNE--Sybil L.
Marcello, 87, of Hawthorne, died on
MondaY, June 18, 2012, at Putnam
Community Medical Center in
Palatka. She was a member of
Hawthorne Baptist Church and the
American Legion Auxiliary' Post
230 in Hawthorne.
She is survived by: her daughter,
Karen (Stephan) Rachal of Melrose;
"two sons, Robert (Diana) Marcello
of Miami and Peter Marcello and his
fiance, Patty Doss, both of Keystone
Heights; four grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, June 30 at I11 a.m. at
First Baptist Church in Hawgthorne
with the Rev. Henry McKinney
Jr. officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the First
Baptist Church of Hawthorne general
funds, P.O. Box 280, Hawthorne, FL
32640. Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Donald Thigpen
ORANGE HEIGHTS--Donald
Joe Thigpen, 75, of Orange Heights.
died on Monday, June 18, 2012, in,
North Florida Regional Miedical
Center.
He was born on Aug. 1, 1936,
in .Vidalia, Ga. to Willie Lee and
Louise Mildred Ward Thigpen.
He is survived by: his wife, Annie
L. Dougherty Thigpen; a daughter.
Marjorie Turner;, sons, David
Thigpen and Donnie Thigpen;
brothers, Leroy Thigpen and Dolvin
Thigpen; and three grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by: his
son, James "Jimbo" Thigpen; a
daughter, Shelia; and a brother,
Charles Thigpen.
Graveside services will be held on
Friday, June 22, at 10 a.m. in Saluda
Cemetery in Orange Heights with
the Rev. Lonnie Broome officiating.
The family will receive friends on
Thursday, June 21 from 5:30-7 p.m.
at Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
of Gainesville.

Leroy Urig
LAKE CITY--Leroy R. Urig,
78, of Lake City, formerly of Starke,
died on Thursday, June 7, 2012, at
Suwannee Valley Hospice Care
Center in Lake City.
Mr. Urig was born on May 25,
1934, in Avon, Ohio to the late
Leonard and Caroline Guelker
Urig and moved to Starke in 1994
from Ohio. Prior to retirement,
he worked for the Ford Motor
Company as a test engineer. He was
of the Methodist faith and attended
Orange Creek Campville United
Methodist Church.
Mr. Urig was preceded in death
by: his siblings, Jean Moran,
.Geraldine Slumski and Walter Urig.
He is survived by: his wife of 18
years, Carolyn Sutton Urig of Lake
City; daughters, Deborah Hobson of
Morristown, Tenn., Ellen Fowler of
Lake City, Connie Surface of Lithia,
Norma Urig of Starke, and Rhonda
Toste of Sanford, N.C.; sons, Randy
Urig of Jackson, Tenn., Ronald Urig
of Sandusky, Ohio, and Mark Urig of
Burlington, N.C.; 19 grandchildren,
17 great-grandchildren and one
.great-great-grandchilId.
Graveside funeral services for
Mr. Urig were held on June I2, at
Keystone Heights Cemetery with
the Rev. Dennis White officiating.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.


testament to the value of education,
as it \\as to most of her siblings.
Norma first earned a teaching
certificate at the Ujni\ ersity of Costa
Rica that enabled her to teach at a
voung age for a short time before
being a \arded a full scholarship to
study at Ohio State University in
Columbus, Ohio. Since her family
was unable.;to pa> for her trip to
Ohio, Norma bo~ldly approached
the President of Costa Rica to ask
for his help with travel expenses,
for which he generously agreed to
help her.
Norma reft Costa Rica in 1942
at the age of 19,.just 6 months after
Pearl Harbor, knowing very little
English, but excited to be coming to
the United States. She soon became a
staunch United States citizen always.
defending the American values of
hard work and legal immigration.
She wholeheartedly accepted and
embraced the American way of life
by adapting to her new culture and
never asking that others change to
accommodate her. While at Ohio
State University, Norma earned her
Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in
Education.
It was while at Ohio State
University that she met a handsome
young man from Puerto Rico, Jorge
M. Valldejuli (deceased). They fell
in love and married. Soon they
had their first child, Norma. When
Jorge was in the second phase of
his college education at Michigan
State University, they had their
second child, Roxanna A. Valldejuli
(deceased). During this time, the
family purchased some land north
of Keystone Heights on SR 21 and
Norma and Jorge moved to Keystone
Heights to develop the land into a
cattle ranch and hay farm.
It was after the move to Keystone
Heights in 1951, that Jorge and
Norma welcomed three sons into
their family: G Michael Valldejuli,
John A. Valldejuli, and Omar E.
Valldejuli (deceased). Together
Norma and Jorge worked tirelessly
to raise their family and develop
the ranch. In addition, Norma was
a dedicated teacher for 30 years
in Clay High School, Keystone
Heights High School, and Wilkinson
Elementary School. She taught
Spanish,ci vics andAmerican history
as well as ending her teaching
career as a Title I math elementary
teacher. She loved teaching, and to
her last days, reminisced'about her
experience as a teacher and how
much she had enjoyed that part of


SAzure Johns
ST. AUGUSTINE--Azure W.
Johns. 89, of St'..Augustine, died
ry of on Tuesday, June 12. 2012. He was
wk" born on March 17. 1923, to the late
Purvey and Verda Barber Johns and
grew up in Lawtey.
2, 2011 Mr. Johns was a World War II
_____ veteran, serving in the army infantry.
Mr. Johns and his wife lived in
Jacksonville for over 50 years before
^ moving to St. Augustine to live with
^^ their daughter and granddaughter in
Hkfe He was a member of Woodstock
^^E-'& Park Baptist Church and Park Lane
|f| Baptist Church In 1986, he retired
ly 'JH after 40 years as a machinist with
**j^B King Edward/Swisher.
MH^ r. Johns was preceded in
^^^B death by: his wife, Dorothy; two
I^^^H siblings, Alma Thompson and the
y iN Rev. Vernon (Ramona) Johns. He is
| survived by: his daughter,Jacqueline
j Johns of St. Augustine; his son, Sam
i (Brenda) Johns of Jacksonville; his
''. ^ sister, Myrtle (Harold) Alvarez of
--^El Starke; two grandchildren, eight
great-grandchildren and one great-
great-grandson.
year Funeral services were held on
think of June 18, in the chapel of Jones-
e YOU Gallagher Funeral of Starke.


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Joshua Jones
JASPER--Joshua"Al bert" Jones,
79, of Jasper, died on Saturday,
.June 16, 2012, at Select Specialty
Hospital in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
He was born in Lake City
and moved to Jasper at an early
age. He was a member of Mount
Moriah Missionary Baptist Church
of Jasper, and attended the local
schools of Baker County.


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that she missed the children. *
Norma also loved to travel and .,;*. m riT a Wight ......*''
had many opportunifies...to d0'..so, ..Yage Wignt :*
after retirement. Norma was able to LAKE CITY--Margie Marie;:
take several cruises, travel to Peru, Bradley Wight, 64, of Lake City,:'
England, Hong Kong, and France. died on Saturday, June 16, 2012; at.!
Top on her list of favorite places that her home after an extended illness.:
she visited was China and the Great She was born in Bells and Ilvedi
Wall of China. She also returned to most of her life in Lake City. She".
Costa Rica several times throughout was the daughter of the late Robert";
the years. Bradley and Iris Durden Bradle'y. ^.
Norma was known throughout She was also preceded in death-by: .
the community, and many stories "her sister, Cathy Colley. ....
"abound about her wonderful She was employed with Gener-a~l.
cooking skills. From the local Clay Electric Corp. for 29 years, and ln\
County Fire Rescue station where vivo Electrical Tech for eight years;..
she used to take delicious meals for She was a member of the First';
the lucky firefighters who happened Christian Church of Lake Butler. ".5'-.
to be on duty when her grandson, She is survived by: her husband.
Greg, was on duty, to the beautiful, of 25 years, Edgar Pete Wiglht;::
lacey cookies she baked for a local three sons, Dennis (Cheryl) WigU:
attorney to give to his clients at of Lexington, Md., Troy Wight o f_
Christmas time, to the wonderful Lake Butler and Howell Bradley-.
pot roast her CPA asked for each of California; two brothers, James.
time he came to visit the family; her and Mitchell Bradley, both off
recipes will long be cherished by her Jacksonville; a sister, Beth PhilliipS
family and frien~ds. Many students of Starke; and five grandchildren,. :'
will also remember her "arroz con Funeral services will be held 0n
poll." (chicken and rice), which she Friday, June 22 at 11 a.m. in the 17irst
provided at end of the school year to Christian Church of Lake Buatle-
her Spanish classes, with Arthur Peterson officiatihg
Most importantly, Norma long Private burial will be held at .Ne.I
ago accepted Jesus Christ as her Hope Cemetery under the direction
Lord and Savior, recognized herself of Archer Funeral Home of L.ake.
as a sinner in need of a Savior, and Butler. Family will receive frien3~at
accepted the sacrifice of Christ on the funeral home on Thursday,/June'
the cross as payment for her sins. 21, from 6-8 p.m. Archer Furieral
She understood that Christ had Home of Lake Butler is in charge of
taken the punishment upon Himself, arrangements. .
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Ronnie Sanford
STARKE--Ronnie Lamar
Sanford, 65, of Starke, passed
away on Monday, June 11, 2012, f
Shands at the University of Florida.
Ronnie was born in Deerfieid Beach
on May 15, 1947, t~o the late Nathan
and Myrtle Sanford.
He worked as a heavy equipment
operator most of his life. He enjoyed '
hunting, fishing and golfing on
occasion. Ronnie was preceded in
death by: his parents; and lhs son,
William Thgmas Morrs.
He is survived by: his loving
wife, Teressa Sanford of Starke;
his daughters, Rebecca (Ricky)
Sylvester, Shelby Sanford, Kathy
Nelson and Amanda^ Woods; his
son, Ronnie (Tabitha) Morris; his
brothers, Jerry Hulsey and Billy
Joe Sanford; his 13 grandchildren;
his caregivers, Cayce Weadon and
Statci McDaniels; numerous nieces
andl nephews and an abundance of
friends and other family.
In lieu of flowers, please make
donations to the charity of your
choice. Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. Visit www.
archie tannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Norma Valldejuli
Norma Valldejuli
KEYSTONEHEIGHTS--Norma
B. Valldejuli, fondly known to her
former students and many in the
community as "Ms. Val," peacefully
passed away on Wednesday night,
June 13, 2012, from an extended
illness at Oak Hammock in
Gainesville. She was 89 years old.
Norma was born on Feb. 12,
1923, to Enrique and Anasita
Bolanos in San Jose', Costa Rica.
Norma was the youngest of their
six children in a humble family
that encouraged bettering one self
and valued education as a means to
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UCHS receives designed to introduce children o.
football bv teaching basic skills Friends' show support for Boy Scouts
FACA award in a fun and energetic environ- B o
ment. It incorporates a series of
for top sports non-contact drills to teach pass- BY CLIFF SMELLEY
ing, catching and running skills. Reginal Vews/Sports Editor'P
program Registration will take place on The June 14 Friends of -:' "
site prior to the clinic's start. Scouting dinner at the Starke .
The awards keep coming for Spiller, a running' back and Golf and Country Club did not
the Union County High School 2006 UCHS graduate, played onh feature guests speaking to -
athletic program, which was at Clemson University and cur- the importance of Bo\ Scouts of
named the Florida Athletic rently plays for the Buffalo Bills. America. but also tommunit\n
Coaches Association Cary Warren, a defensive lineman and
McDonald Award winner for 1997 UCHS graduate, played at a big feae to sho- ho" the"... "r-")"
Class IA. the University of Florida and is too, feel the organization is
currently a member of the Ne' important. donating more than 70L",-4
Cary, McDonald awards are curnlS ebro h e 5,000 to\'ard supporting the "...:-
presented to the to p ath letic E ngland Patrio ts Scouts.in t hisar ea. -
program in each classification. Both players were first-round Terry Vaughan. \ "ho ser, ed as
Union wonastatechampionship NFL draft picks. Warren was theevent'smasterofceremonies. -
in baseball and advanced as faras the third overall selection of said there has ne\er been a time
the state semifinals in three other the Cleveland Browns in 2001, in history \\hen the Bo\ Scouts Members of Boy Scouts Troop 70 of Starke heard from speakers Sadie Darnell,
sports: football, boys' basketball while Spiller was the Bills' ninth of America and its ideals \"ere sheriff of Alachua County, and Cpl. Phillip Woodruff, a former Boy Scout who
and softball. The volleyball team pick in 2010. more important in helping to works with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office, at the Starke Friends of Scouting
fell one match short of reaching h develop the leaders of tornorrow. Dinner June 14. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Billy Sanford, Kyle Funderburk, Darnell,
the state semifinals. Crosshorn he expressed his belief that Woodruff, dinner committee member Terry Vaughan, (back, I-r) Isaac Davis and
Tahe other Cary McDonald others would agree sith him on Javone Blackshear.
Award winners were Winter Ministries that sentiment, and apparently
HenAlSaints' Academythtwss.Dnecomte
ythat weas so. Dinner committee need to keep our deputies in our a child, didn't see what he was is trustworthy, loyal, helpful,
(2A private), Lakeland McKeel meeting set members Dale Murray. Jeff county. There is some truth in participating in as something that friendly, courteous, kind,
(2deyA pr )la c), e eddy, Scott Roberts, Gordon that, but it is more important to would help him later in life. Yet obedient, cheerful,thrifty, brave,
Tallahassee Maclay (3A private), for June 28 Smith and Vaughan, their reward our youth for doing the those fun activities also involved clean and reverent.
Tallahassee Godby (4A public), guests at the dinner and others right things." Scouts performing such skills as Darnell said the Scout Oath
Jacksonville Bolles (4A private), CrosshomrMinistrieswelcomes who could not be in attendance Cpl. Phillip Woodruff of the budgeting, managing resources and Law contain "the principles
S Forest Service empledged a total of $5,770 to Pasco County Sheriff's Office, and preparing contingency we need to have not only young
(la)nt Badntion n Lakewd Florida support Boy Scouts locally. v who is the son of Bradford plans. boys, but young girls in our'
Ranch (6A), Fort Lauderdol Mark Neely-a lifelong The announced total capped County residents Dale and "Scouting's teaching that country develop."
St. Thomas Aquinas (7A) and hunter, fisherman, trapper and an evening that featured tCo Pam Woodruff, spoke to the groundwork-that foundation
Witer Thoark (A).na (7A) Thrsay gusssainh hyfetud
Winter Park (gA). outdoorsman--to its Thursday, guests sharing thy they felt importance of Boy Scouts from of success-in our youth," Inclosinghisspeech,Woodruff
June 28 meeting at 7 p.m. at the the Boy Scouts organization personal experience. He started Woodruff said. "We appoint Boy encouraged the members of
Spiller W warren Starke Golf and Country Club. is important. Keynote speaker out in Tiger Cubs, transitioning Scouts to leadership positions Starke's Troop 70, who were
Neely will discuss how to Sadie Darnell, the sheriff of to Cub Scouts and then Boys in their troops. What are we also present at the dinner, to
St identify poisonous plants, Alachua County, said the code Scouts. He was a member of teaching them? Well, we're stick with Boy Scouts.
to ho free animals and insects, tracking of ethics for employees of her the Order of the Arrow, which teaching them to be leaders in "To the Scouts in the room, I
and outdoor skills. He villa bring department mirrors the values-- recognizes Scouts who best our community and leaders in challenge you to continue your
football camp many props, including plaster such as loyalty, integrity and ecognize Scout Oath bes our commuityan s challng yutcntue your
cass f niml rakshoesy-cntind ~itinth exemplify the Scout Oath and our families." scouting adventure," Woodruff
casts of animal tracks. honesty--contained within the Law, and attained the rank of DinnerguestLennardRegister said. "Don't forget that it's an,
Union County High School Crosshorn Ministries is open Scout Oath and Scout Law. Eagle Scout. proved how long lasting the adventure. Have fun, but learn,:
graduates and NFL players CJ. to males of all ages, providing a "Those kinds of traits we can "When (Vaughan) asked me influence of Boy Scouts can be. because there are many lessons
Spiller and Gerard Warren will forum for outdoors talk, fellow- carry over into our careers and to come and speak to everybody Register, who was the first Boy in scouting. Understand that
host a free USA Football Funda- ship and Bible study. For more our work lives," Darnell said. about scouting and whatitmeant, Scout in Hamilton County to each of scouting's lessons is
mental clinic for children ages information, please visit the web- Darnell said there seem to my mind became flooded with achieve the rank of Eagle Scout something you will carry with
7-15 at 9 a.m. on Friday, July 13, site www. crosshomministries. be few opportunities to view fond memories: fun camping in 1943, stood up and recited the you forever, whether you realize.
at Union County High School. org, orcontact John Whitfield by today's youth in a. positive light. trips, interesting places, good Boy Scouts Oath and Law from it or not."
The one,-day clinic-sup- :calling 352-468-3595 or sending That's why it's so important to friends and solid role models," memory. Woodruff told the adults in the.
ported through a grant from the -e-mail to huntfishwriter@aol. support an organization like Woodruff said. "When you think The Scout Oath is: On my room to continue to do their part
NFL Youth Football Fund-is com. Boy Scouts. Darnell likened it back to all of those things, you honor, I will do my best to do to support the program.
to the Alachua County Sheriff's don't understand until you're my duty to God and my country, "It's a very worthwhile
___________ C_____ S___o______________ O office support of annual trip to an adult how scouting provided 'and to obey the Scout Law; to cause," Woodruff said. "It gives
n, EWashington D.C. for Gainesville -a positive impact in my life. It help other people at all times; to our youth something to do, it
Racing Season school safety patrol members, helped prepare me for living in keep myself physically strong, challenges them to be better
"I get some criticism by doing the adult world." mentally awake and morally people and inspires them to be.
iS Jeftif I citing. that every summer," Darnell In the midst of the exciting straight. leaders of our community."
said. "Some people say we trips and projects, Woodruff, as The Scout Law is: A Scout
Come jin "!us for\Fun.
& Good Food, & Cold Drinks! JOSEP wasren to play oide, Iase reing lT
Rather than telling him he me," Joseph said. of media attention and wound up
Everyday Specials & was forbidden to play outside, It was a scene reminiscent being profiled on the T f showa '
Continued from 18 his mother told him he needed to of Joseph's sophomore year at "That's Incredible" four times.
"AGreat Lunch Menu! otnelrm1 go back and play with those kids Madison Cunty. High School. Though Joseph' gained fame
and show them he was just like His team wa-set to play a school and recognition for what he was
T-hanksfor your business! I The neighborhood kids did they were, one leg or not. Joseph from Georgia. The Georgia able to accomplish in athletics,
not give much thought to the said his mother told him, "You team's players stopped in the he told the children he spoke to,
fact Joseph had one leg. In fact, know what you need to do? Go middle of their workouts when at Lawtey Community School
3 Joseph said he got pretty beat back out there and show them they saw Joseph come out onto to not solely rely on athletic
1371 US 301 S. up playing with them, which that it doesn't faze you. You get the field. They couldn't believe ability to get them through life.
would send him home crying. out there and do your best and what they were seeing. Joseph He stressed the importance Of
Starke, FL His mother told him if he came see what happens." said one of his teammates told reading and education overall.
hom~crying again, he would be Joseph's mother wanted it to him how he overheard some of "Get in those books," he said.
prohibited from playing outside. be an important life lesson, and the Georgia players saying they "Get educated."
TBUJoseph admitted he would Joseph said it was. couldn't wait to take their shots Children who attended
THANK YOU BRADFORD COUNTY! still cry after playing with the "Life has its trials and against Joseph. the events at both Lawtey:
neighborhood kids, but he did tribulations," he said, "but Joseph played noseguard for Community School and the
not want to be forced to stay just because you're down now his team and recorded 12 solo Bradford County Public Library,
My family and I are humbled that you have inside, so he'd get all the trying doesn't mean you're going tackles and two sacks that game. received free books, including.
out of his system by the time to stay down. Get up and do He also blocked a punt. "Some Called Me Superstar,"
allowed me the opportunity to serve as your he got halfway home. One day, something about it." That's the way it was for which chronicles Joseph's life.
Clerk of the Court for another four years. though, one of the kids hit him The day following his Joseph, who said he was just
so hard that he could not stop mother's words, Joseph said he acting on instinct. Joseph's appearances in
the tears. Joseph went home and proceeded to put ona show for "I could just sense where Bradford County were made
ILwill continue to operate honestly, efficiently and cried to his mother that this boy those neighborhood kids. He every running back was going," possible in part by a State of
a in particular' kept hitting him said he felt like a one-legged Jim he said. "I could just sense it. It Florida Cultural Programs Grant
in a way that will make you PROUD of your even though he was down on the Brown, was a gift God gae me." and Santa Fe College.
continued confidence. ground. "Guys couldn't even tackle Joseph began receiving a lot :.

Agan, HAN -YO fo yorPtustLL were constructed around her the door," she said. "Your doors because they thought this was
Ray Norman ~ 4 dIEI .. desk. It's not that she necessarily are open. For anybody who his office,"
,oo.voo o,, ova~o., ~o.c.oc Continue'd from 1B wanted to keep people out, but comes in, you make every effort Now, it will be Powell's
_____doing detailed .work such as to serve to them and meet their former office as~she prepares to
On seto h otogprocessing loans required some needs." ; begin a new phase of her life.
61.i 1 / esetfhjb huh privacy. Pow ell did get a kick out of She said she has no immediate
LV'44 .JJ'L : S came naturally. If someone needed ,her help, the way some people responded plans, but she may do some.
have a love for people, so
"-'aung w~~n~i~orking with people was the though, Powell was ready to to the walls around her desk. traveling as an Aitrusa member.
,,,easy part," Powell said. assist. "The reaction of people was Powell is currently serving as the
,. S~Ip, ,As much as she liked "With a bank, we're here to very entertaining to me," she secretary for Altrusa's District~
]Ju/4,Jut 14272 SW 75th Ave. interacting with people, Powell serve the" community, so you .-said. "Most of them wanted to 3, a position she was asked to;:
.Oum Starke, FL 32091 said she wvas excited when walls don't let 10 people in and lock ... know where we put (eody), fill by fellow Altrusa of Starke I
jsjull@yahoo.com (904) 964-6673 member Beverly Hardy, who isi
. .. .... .....the District 3 governor. :
_____________________________________________Oneof Hardy's responsibilities:
S I Sas the governor of District
~3--which is composed of Altrusa':
Knit/Prolect Niaqht clubs in Florida, Georgia, South i
Mon., July 16, bring your knitting and/or project that you want to finish or need helpCaoiandNrh aola-
with. Learn to knit, trade ideas and learn new skills, but most of all Enjoy' FREE! (6-CaoiandNrhaola-
9pmo) is to travel to as many clubs
Katie's Twill Basket throughout the district.
Sat., June 23 A lovely large (10"x16") sturdy basket with impressive wide bands of "h' oigta 'lb be
dyed reed and a solid woven bottom -just right to carry almost anything! Call to reserve "h' o igta 'lb be
it space, bring a~lunch, and enjoy! All supplies included. $40 (9am..4pm) to travel some with her to some.
SALE! SALE! SALE! SALE! ** *, of these clubs," Powell said.
Friday & Saturday, June 29 & 30 9am-Spm Powell said she looks forward
10% OFF All new weaving, spinning, and basketry supplies to reading a book from start to:
15% OFF All Handwovens finish without having to read a"
Dye a Silk Scarf fewv sentences here and there
Sat., July? 7, 1am-3pm Design and dye your own unique 100% silk scarf. Call to in the midst of a busy work,
reservetspace, bring a lunch, and be relatively $9.00 per scraf shdl.Seas ok ovr
Children's Weavinq/S~innin Day toedle makin tristo Alanaook fovisit
Wed., July 11, 9:30at-.3:30pm Children will learn to weave using frame looms totOmkntrptoAltaovit
mnake a small table "rug' to take home. In the afternoon they will experience turning wool her son, David, daughter-in-
.roving into a yarn using a spindle. Bring a bag lunch. Please call to reserve a space, Jawv, $usan, and granddaughters
class limited to 10. All supplies included. $20.00 Lue,1,adMgn I
Be pinnina Weaving for Adults arn 6 adMgn 1
Sat., July 14, 9am-4pm Learn the basic skills of weaving using a small table loom or Beyond that, she cannot say.
floor loom. Take home your own handwoven tea towel! Call to reserve a loom. $50.00 what reti rement will be like.
'Children's Craft Day '4 *Se' "I don't know for sure what
.Wed., July 18, 9:3Oam-3:30pm Using yam, beads, straws, etc. children will createI'lbdonPwelsibu
"beads for necklaces and bracelets and string them to wear home or give as a gift. In theIlledongPwllsi,"u
:afternoon they will weave a fiat table mat using bamboo splint. Please call to reserve a I'm open. I "don't knowv what
:space. Class limited to 10. Bring a bag lunch. All~supplies included. $20.00 might present itself or what
!Twill Wail Basket opotnteImihbabu
:Sat., July 21, 9am-4pm This is a great project -hang it on a door, a wall, a fence,oprtnieImgh aebu
anywhereel Use itto hold flowers, garden utensils, supplies of any kind.lIuse mine to hold . ., . I'm excited about taking it day
,my weaving shuttles! Bring a bag lunch and join us! Please reserve a space. $30.00 by day."
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-Keystone He~ghts pbidfc beach,..schoo~ls, bak .-' L
& medical facilities *All units have addittonai outside storage -.
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TIRED OF ALL THE extra's.
Buy my 4BR/2BA double-
wide. Del and set up with.
septic tank, well~elec, and
permits included. Only
$59,995. Call Bruce 386-
418-0435
LAND & HOME super cdean
28x64 2002 doublewide
on 1.02 acres. Already set
up with well/septic & elec-
tric. Ready to move in.
Home located in Alachua
Co. Only $49,999, Call
Bruce 386-418-0424.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
14x60 2BR/I.EBA, de-
livered to your lot only
$4,995. Call Kyle 386-
418-0438. 13th Street
Homes of Alachua, FI.
GOVERNMENT FINANC-
ING, need 16 customer's
with land zero down pint.
3.75% interest gets you
a new home. Several
model's to choose from.
Call 386-418-0424.
*USED DOUBLEWlDES,
several to choose from
starting at $6,995. Deliver
to your lot. Call Freeman
386-4T[8-0438.

MODEL SALE, all mod-
el's must go save up to
$10,000. We do well's,
septic's, and power poles.
13th Street Homes of
Alachua, Fl; Call 386-.
418-0435.
4BR USED DOUBLEWIDE,
$32,995. Del. & .setup.
Call 386-418-0424, 13th
Street Homes, Alachua.
THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL,
new 2013 Jacobsen
28x52 3BR/2BA. $44,995
delivery-set-skirting-steps
and central A/C. Not a
dime lower. Best price
pricing. Only 10 at this
low price. North Pointe
Homes. Gainesville, FI.
Hwy. 441, call today 352-
872-5566. Now open
Sunday 10-3.
BIG FAMILY SPECIAL NEW
2013 4BRi2BA Jacobsen
$47,995. Only 8 more at
this low price. Can't go
a dime cheaper. Deliv-
ery-set-skirting-steps and
central A/C. North Pointe
Homes. Gainesvilla, 352-
872-5566. Hours Sat. till
7pm. Sunday 10-3.
DEAL FELL THROUGH.
$55,900 buys new 2012
townhouse. 32x80 4BR/
2BA entertainer, home.
Yes $55,900 delivered
and set on your property.
Below factory cost. North
Pointe Homes. Gaines-
villa, 352-872-5566.
FORECLOSURE, land and
home, like new. 2BR/2BA,
on 2.83 acres Small fish
pond. $59,900 or $3,000
down $499/mo. 904-
259-4663.
NO MONEY DOWN, if you.
own your own land. 3BR-
$350/mo. 4BR-$429/mo.
5BR-$599/mo.. Call
904-259-4663, Wayne
' Frier Macclenny Factory'.
Outlet.
BUY USED HOMES
CASH. Fair price paid
immediately. 904-259-
4663, Jared or Greg.
USED SINGLE WIDE, great
shape. Includes, set up,
delivery $15,900. Call
904-259-4663, Wayne
Frier Macclenny Factory
outlet.
"FAY FIVE" 5 lot models
$1 OK off. all includes fur-
niture, and decor. Won't
last, first come, first
serve. Call 904-259:4663,
Wayne Fr'ier Macclenny
Factory outlet. -


DINING TABLE Wi8 chairs,
2 leafs, protected pad,
$600. 96" Thomasville
blue/tan plaid sofa, $250.
Both in very good condi-
tion. 904-708-9321
ITEM FOR SALE, boat $75
need work, bush hog
$300, hospital bed electric
$100. chop saw w/stand
on wheels $75.00 Call
904-364-9869 or 904-
782-3287.
ANTIQUE CHERRY WOOD
dresser w/mirror, large
computer desk, other
household items, Please
call 352-870-0821 for
more Information, leave
message. This sale is for
the month of June.
PNEUMATIC over ELEC-
TRIC Di-Aroo Shear, four
foot wide. Blades sharp,
square & true deck, 16
ga. capacity. In operation
daily and available for in-
spection & trial cuts upon
appointmenL. Powered by
220v/3 phase. Pneumatic
controls for mid-blade
stop/return as needed for
short cuts with repetitive &
short recycle time. Mate-
rial return either front or
rear as needed. Contact
Tony at The Arc of Brad-
ford County, 904-964-
7699, $3,500.

59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062.
UST COMPLEX TRAINING.
Personal tough training
services. Call 765-524-
7134.
65
Help Wanted
SAVE GAS, & SAVE TIMIE,
working online at homne.
arn what you are worth.
PT/F. Ton FreeS88-206-
2983, leave message.
PROPERTY PRESERVA-
TION field crew needed.
Experience with clean


Orangewood
SApartmentsi

801 S. Water St.
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214, TDD/TrY 711
Accepting Applications/
Rental Assistance!
2 bedroom HC
accessible apartments
opprtnty pn wier, ndpoye."


16780,2BR/2BA only
$8,500. Will move for free.
Call 904-783-4619.
DOLLAR AND DEED can
get you a new 3BR/2BA
for only $275/mo. Call
904-783-4619.
PALM HARBOR, 32x80
-4BR/2BA, only $455/mo.
Call 904-783-4619.
PALM HARBOR, 3BR/2BA,
only $199/mo. Call 904-
783-4619.
ALMOST NEW 16X80,.3BR/
2BA. Only $199/mo. Call
904-783..4619.
NEW 2013 MODEL, 3BR/
2BA, free setup. Only
$285/mo. Call 904-783-
4619.
NEW 28x80, 4BR/2BA.
Only $375/mo. Call 904-
783-4619.
50
For Rent
KEYSTONE AREA 4BRI
2BA, DWMH, CHIA,
fenced and shaded lot.
$695/mo. references re-
quired 352- 317-5880.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, dose to pdison:-
Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/for
rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent ,deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828..
MOBILE- HOMES FOR rent
starting at $525 per month.
Hidden Oaks, Lake Butler.
Call 386-496-811t.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW6th St.
Lake Butler, 32054. TDD/
TTY 711. Rental assis-
tance for qualified appli-
cants. 1,2,3, & 4BR. HC
and non-HC accessible
apartments. Laundry facil-
ity and playground. Wa-
ter, sewer, and garbage
provided, "This institution
is an equal opportunity
provider and employer."
"Call 386-496-3141.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
Security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-364-6944.
2BR/2BA MH, off. Morgan
Road $450/mo. last and
deposit. Call 352-745-
6603.
2BR/1BA APT. CILIA. Else-
trick range,, refrig. wall to
.. wali, carl:et. $400/mo. sec.
deposit. References, call
904-966-1334.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a
garage, nice neighbor-
hood, 1011B. West Pratt
St. $725/mo. plus de-
posit. Call 904-742-5985
to apply.
MOBILE HOME & HOUSE
for rent In good condition.
For more information call,
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo.$1,000 deposit.
Service animals only. Call
,.352-473-0464.
3BR/2BA, CH/A, MH on 1.5
Acres,(lawn care avail-
able). Garden tub, fire
place, recently remodeled
with new carpet, appli-
ances, mini blinds. Near
hospital, only serious ap-
ply. Available 7-1-2012.
Nonsmoking, service
animals only, references.
$700/mo. plus $700 secu-
dity. 904-662-3735.
4BR/2BA near, Keystone.
Now accepting applica-
tions. $750/mo: plus $750
deposit. Call 904-964-
5734 for more informa-
tion.


STARKE, near SR.16. 3BR/
2BA, DW. completely
renovated. Large eat-
in kitchen, formal dining
room. utility room, garden
tub. Available 7-1-2012
No smoking, service ani-
mals only, references.
$700/mo. plus $700 secu-
rity. 904-662-3735.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Ga-
rage Apt. on lake. Of Hwy.
1(0,. partially furnished w/
A/C. Available, $550/mo.
plus deposit includes utili-
ties. 352-473-4220.
VERY CLEAN newly paint-
ed. 2BRI1 BA SW. W/D
hookup, CH/A, 1 acre, in
country. $550/mo. $500
deposit, no lease. Call
904-769-9559.
BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX, 3BRI
2BA $8501mo. $1,000
deposit. Call M. D. Duffy
@904-704-2292-
SWMH1IN RAIFORD 2BR/
1 BA. dean, fenced, cen-
tral air, washer, covered
porch, and more. $500
plus deposit 386-496-
1164.
STARKE, 3BR/1.EBA.
HOUSE: Fireplace, CW/
A, fenced backyard, big
screened back porch,
Inside laundry room, W/D
hook-uP. $800/mo. 1st .
plus $600 deposit. Call
352-278-2337.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA, DWMH, $650/
me. Call 352-258-4617.
STARKE CLOSE TO PRIS-
ON, 3BR/2BA. DWMH
on 2 acres fenced. $650
per month. Call 352-258-
4617.

STUDIO APT. Located 226
S. Thompson Street. Apt.
B. near downtown Starke.
Includes utilities. $425/
me. plus deposit. Please
call Mr. Corbin at 904-
562-0099.
2BR/1 BA. on Lake Santa
Fe., with dock, stove,
refrigerator, dishwasher,
screened front porch.
$695/mo. $600 deposit.
352-226-9220.
2BR/1.EBA $595/mo,$500
sec. Service animals only,
no smoking. Washer/dry-
er hookup CH/A, stove,
refrigerator. Call 352-475-
5620.

RAIFORD AREA, 4BR/2
BA. New flooring, paint,
appliances. Large yard,
service animals only.
$650/mo. plus deposit
and reference. Call 386-
431-1004.
STARKE 2BR/1 BA SW MH,
CH/A outside city limits.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call1352-235-6319.
STARKE 3BR/1.EBA SW
MH, CH/A outside city lim-
its. $500/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-235-6319.

53A .. ..
Yard Sales
HAVE YOUR GARAGE
SALE at our open field
Flea Market. Busy HWY.-
301 S. located across from
KOA. CampGrounds. $10
a day for a 10'x1 0' space,
Fdi. Sat. Sun. 7am.-7pm.
$25 sells your car, $20.*
sells your large machinery
a day, or $10 no sale rent
fee. For more information
call 904-614-6372 or 904_-
964-2225.


FRL ONLY, 8am.-2pm 358
East Mimosa, (take Bes-
sent at Shands, then 3rd
road to left). Furniture,
vegetables, clothes.
FRI. SAT. SUN 8am.-9
17426 NE. 21st. LN.
Play station, puzzles,
china, dishes. All OBO
antique's.
2 FAMILY YARD SALE. Sat.
8am.-? Take SR.16W.
off 301, less than .05
miles off SR. 16W. 409
Lorenzo Dr. one street
before Douglas Estates.
Lots of household items,
gid's summer clothes 2T-
3T", girls summer shoes,
size 6-7 toddler. Cheap
. produce for sale. King
size comforter and sheet
set. Ladies clothing, tools,
etc. Come and see us
this Sat
LAWTEY, yard sale inside
and out. Fd., Sat. 8am.-?.
6259 NWCR. 125, Men's
items, tools, old stuff.
LAWTEY, MULTI FAMI-
LIES. Sat. 8am.-1pm. off
old Lawtey Road, follow
signs. 2 electric tread
mills, baby girl clothes
(small), sewing cabinet,
purses, coo coo clocks.
Lots of misc.

53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
HUGE MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE. Fri. Sat. 8am.-4pm.
5795 S. Crater Lake Cir.
Collectibles, household,
electronic, lots more.

54
Produce
OPEN OPEN OPEN, Organ-
ic Lake Butler u-pie blue-
berries. 7839 SW 126th
A've. Follow signs386-
496-1747 TeddySafe.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
2204 POLAR IS JET SKI. 3
seater, 110 turbo charge.
Great condition, brand
new battery. $3,200 con-
tact Randell 904-200-
8241.
FOR SALE; Baby boys
clothes 3-9 months, stroll-
er $5, cardier $5, quilting
stand $10, toaster/ceffee
maker $3. Glass shelves
$2 each, coffee table $10,
toaster $3, canister set
glass $4, china cabinet
$25. For information or to
see call 904-966-7479.

Southern Villas of
Starke .Apts."
$199nn *"*
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-He
apartments. Central ac/
heat. on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Souther
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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INDEX
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 Wanted
56 Trade or Swap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 30.1 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
7433 SR 21, Keystone
Heights. 1100 sq. ft. for-
mer photography studio.
22 parking spaces. Call
Victor 352-371-7283.
48
Homes For Sale
3BR/3BA BRICK HOME,
prime location, Lake But-
ler. Updated kitchen with
".ranite Countter's, stain-
Wssteel appliances, new
roof, enclosed endless
"exercise" po01,alarm sys-
tem, irrigation on fenced
1.68 acres. $189,500.
352-494-4041.
49
Mp~bile Homes
'For Sale.....
FOR SALE 3,4 or 5 bed-
room Jacobsen homes
on 1 acre, easy financing
with zero down 904-589-
9585.
NEW Jacobsen modular on
1-5 acres easy qualifying.
904-589-9585.
KEYSTONE,3BR/2BA on
one acre. Excellent con-
dition. New metal roof,
Ale, well. Rent to own.
Call Bill 352-745-0094.
Must See.
CLEARANCE SALE, lowest
price on Live Oak Homes
in the state of Florida.
Call 386-418-0424, 13th
Street Homes, Alachua.

Waldo Villas
Move-In

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
352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


40
Notices
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be submitted
to the Starke office in
writing & paid In advance
unless credit has already
been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings to
covar postage & handling.
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF
CANNOT BE HELD RE-
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS-
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline Is Tuesday
at 12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication,
Minimum charge Is $9.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper Is subject to
.the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitationi or
drscr f'im natio'd fi6ased d 'onf
race, cof0r,'.religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
dlscrimlnation." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of
the law. Our readers
are hereby informed thaft
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number
'for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275. For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa


Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars,
up to $500. Free pick up,
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
2006 Mini Cooper Convert-
ible, $19,000 firm., 352-
235-1675.
TRUCK FOR SALE, 2000
Ford F-350 box truck.
Overdrive, A/C, lift gate,
excellent condition.
Ready to go, asking
$9,099 OBO. For more
information please call
Jim at 732-503-4098 or
732-801-4538 after 5p3m.
43
RV's and
Campers
2007 HORNET CAMPER,
pull behind. 2 slides, bunk`
beds. Call Glenda at 904-
263-899 for more infor-
mation.
,'. 4 5 .. ... : ....
Land for sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3.5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. CaM
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.

47
Commercial
Property
(Rent, Lease,
Sale)
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq.
ft. $3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq.
ft. $1,500/mo. Office and
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft.
$9501mo. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.


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10B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JuNE 21, 2012

Bradford High School's Kiwmanis Cub
Key Club had 15 members
graduate on June 8. congratulates
Pictured are: (front, l-r) K
Kelsey Thomas, Elizabeth Key Club grads
Todd, James Ramseur,
Brenda Garcia, (back, The Ki{vanis Club of Starke,
I-r) Cynthia Combs (BHS which sponsors the Bradford
adviser), Tanea Striglers High Schoxl Key Club, is
(president), Casey Cloud, Clubgmembers xtendhUdos to Key
Cortez Coleman, Thomas : .. rdae
Couyen CoethNoman, Th s June 8: President Tanea Striglers,
Nguyen, Seth crmtan),.Vice President David Rezaei,
Josh Barnett (secretary), Josh Barnett, Casey
David Rezaei (viceI Cloud. Cortez Coleman, Brenda
president), Chauncey G_~in
Goodman, Katelynne 46 Garcia, Chaunce' Goodh/an,
Petteway, LiraTsn Kaylig Harper, Thomas
Petteway, Tiaria Tyson, N guyen, Seth Norman,Katelynne
Kayleigh Harper and Petteway, James Ramseur,
Colleen Scott (Kiwanis Kelsev Thomas, Elizabeth Todd
adviser). and Tiaria Tyson.
Members decided to forego
attending the club's annual
conference in Orlando this past
school year. Instead, they agreed
all funds raised from car washes,
bake sales and selling snacks
after school would be contributed
to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
and American Cancer Society
Relay for Life:
In addition, members eagerly
volunteered at numerous
6 community events held at
churches and elementary/
middle schools, participated as
Salvation Army bell ringers and
spearheaded holiday food and
r Wt Secret Santa gift drives.
Many of the graduates joined
the club as freshmen and plan to
continue the same level of dedi-
_____________________________________cated service to the community.
."-. I The Kiwanis Club of Starke
also wishes to express sincere
appreciation to Cynthia Combs,
, who has served as the BHS Key
Club Advisor for six years.
Van Zant

to speak at
Lincoln Day
...................d in n e r
The Bradford County
i Republican Executive Committee
will host a Lincoln Day dinner-
featuring keynote speaker Rep.
.. .. ~ Charles Van Zant-on Thursday,
-,, ,Aug. 2, at 6 p.m. at the Starke
; ',: ... .Golf and Country Club.
,; Tickets are $35. A table for
} --..-A;vI eight may be reserved for $240.
',-,---i ,:,Checks or money orders may
h be made payable to: BCREC,
P.O. Box 213, Starke, FL 32091.
3"\y RSVP to Donna Soize at 904-
964-5803 or dssolze@embarq-
.: :; i ; mail.corn.
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ceremonies for The Law
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Florida Gateway College. It
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.- in attendance spoke very
~highly about our sheriff and
-what he is doing in Bradford
County. Sheriff Smith is a very
busy man, yet he made the time
,' \,to come and speak to the
'TJ M' graduating class of new law
!' B uy O ne :enforcement officers, some of
T}tJ yl whom may be protecting
'3 citizens of Bradford County at
6 !"some point. l myself, being a
; lifelong resident of Bradford
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:;: many other sheriffs today.
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(Behind Bradford County Eye Center) i being a man of integrity,
honesty, and most of all,a
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