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Fire Prevention recognized in Oct: Remember our rescuers!








UNION COUNTY ..-

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012 100TH YEAR -26TH ISSUE 75 CENTS
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Worth

Noting

Voter
Information
Early Voting begins this
Saturday. Oct. 27, from 8 a.m. to
6 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 28. from 12
to 6 p.m. and Monday, Oct. 29,
through Saturday, Nov. 3, from
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Voters, be sure to study your
ballot before coming to early
vote or going to the polls on
election day. You may bring
your sample ballot with you to
vote.
Whether you arc early voting
or going to the polls on election
day you must show a photo ID
and signature'in order to vote. A
Drivers license is great because
it has both on one ID). You may
use two different ID's if needed.
If you have any questions call
the Supervisor of Election's
office at 386-496-2236.


WS Senior

fundraisers set
There will be a bake sale on
Saturday, Oct. 27, from 8 a.m.
until sold out at Spires IGA.
There will also be a Black-n-
White ball on Friday,Nov,9,from
7 to 11 p.m. at the Worthington
Springs Community Center to
benefit senior citizens. Tickets
-will be $5. Dress attire.


Trick or Treat
The City of Lake Butler will
be celebrating Halloween trick
or treat on' Saturday, Oct. 27,
from 6 to 9 p.. .


Korean War

Veterans at HS
The Historical Society will
hold a meeting on Monday,
Oct. 29, at 7 p.m. where guest
speaker Cecil Clemons' will
speak in honor of Korean War
Veterans. All are invited to
attend. The museum is located
in the Townsend Green Building
on S.R. 100 in Lake Butler.


Senior

Halloween

Cake Walk set
The Suwannee River
Economic CoL~i':il will host their
annual Haliowveen cakewalk on
Today, Oct. 25, from 10:30 a.m.
to 1 p.m. for 60+. The SREC
building is located at 665 SE 4Lh
Street.


Boot Camp

Homecoming

set
William "Allen"' Southern,
a 2012 UCHS graduate will
be graduating from the United
States Marine Corps boot camp
in Parris Island, South Carolina
on Nov. 2. A homecoming
celebration is planned for
Saturday. Nov. 3, at the Lakeside
Park at I p.m. under the large
pavilion. All family and friends
are invited to attend.


Christmas in

the Park set
There will be an Arts and
Crafts show on Saturday, Dec.
8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the
park in Worthington Springs.
For more information. contact

352-578-8009.

Health


Fire Prevention Arrest

Laurie Ash visited the fallen made in
BY TIFFANY CLARK fire fighters memorial at the fire
Times Editor college in Ocala to show their UC
reC nt1ofttc


The National Fire Protection
Association's "Protect your
family from fire" prevention
week was held Oct. 9-15.
Prevention' week is a time set
aside each year to recognize fire
safety and to honor rescuers who
risk their lives in these events,
and the ones who were lost in
the line of duty.
Union County firefighters
recognized this week by visiting
LBES to speak to students on
fire safety. City Fire Chief Mike
Banks and volunteer firefighter


The NFPA has sponsored the
fire prevention campaign since
1922, to spread awareness of
the dangers of fires in hopes to
inspire individuals to prevent the
deaths, injuries and destruction
they cause.
According to the NFPA, during
the five-year-period from 2005
to 2009, they estimated that U.S.
fire departments responded to
an average of 373,900 reported

See PREVENTION page 4A


"". City of Lake Butler Fire Chief Mike Banks and Volunteer
SFirefighter Laurie Ash visit the Fallen Firefighter's
..I,)o memorial at the Fire College in Ocala.


Black Bear tracked through Lake Butler


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) dispatch center
received numerous calls for
assistance around 10:30 p.m.
on Oct. 18, reporting that a
large black bear was running
throughout the city of Lake
Butler.
According to the UCSO, units
began their search for the bear
around the Pritchett Trucking
fuel pumps. The UCSO sited the
300+ lbs adult black male bear
running towards the .wooded
area near the school bus garage
on S.E. 8th Ave.
Additional patrol units
responded along with two
.,units from-,-the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission (FWC) to help
track the bear. The mission was
to safely capture the.bear and to
relocate him to a wooded area.
The bear headed to the area of
S.E. 5th Ave. around the Union
County Public Library where it
escaped capture and continued
north past the First Baptist
Church towards the Lake Butler
Lake. The bear made it to a safe
wooded area at which time the
search ended. The UCSO said
that although many citizens saw
the bear, there did not seem to be
any risk of injury..
According to reports from
the FWC, there have only
been 8 bears reported in Union


County since 1992. None of the
addresses listed on the reports
were in the city limits of Lake
Butler. Whether this is the first
bear within the city limits, it's
hard to say, but it is the first and
only reported incident on record
at this time.
.According to the FWC, this
is an active time of the year for
Florida black bears as they stock
up on calories for the coming
winter. Though black bears don't
really need to put on pounds to
survive the state's usually mild
winters, they behave as if they
do.
In autumn,bears begin a natural
process called hyperphagia.
which means they are putting
on fat for the winter. The\ will
consume.'au'! 25,000 -cilories.
a day ) 'id v't .almost Jn.0lihi.
that's convenient. The easier
a food item is to get, the more
likely it is that a bear will take
advantage of it. A bear's sense
of smell is so keen it can detect
food more than a mile a\wa\.
Bear-related calls to the FWC
are up this year in many parts of
the state. Since .anuary in central
and south Florida, the FWC has
documented the highest number
of calls per month on record for
six of the past nine months. Calls
in other parts of the state are also
relatively high this year.
'\Now more than ever w\e are
relying on residents to keep
bears from getting rewarded
for being in neighborhoods,"


said David Telesco, the FWC's
bear management program
coordinator.
To keep bears away from your
home and neighborhood,:follow
these tips:
Feed your pets indoors or
bring in the dishes after feeding.
Secure household garbage
in a shed, garage or a wildlife-
resistant container.
Put household garbage out
on the morning of pickup, not
the night before.
Secure commercial garbage
in bear-resistant dumpsters
consisting of metal lids or metal-
reinforced plastic lids and lock
bars.,
Clean grills and store them
in a locked, secure place.
Remove wildlife feeders or
make them bear-resistant.
Protect gardens, apiaries,
compost and livestock with
electric fencing.
Pick ripe fruit from trees
and remove fallen fruit from the
ground.
Encourage your homeowners
association or local government
to institute ordinances on
keeping foods secure that would
attract wildlife.
"For a Florida black bear
raiding a garbage can to eat stale
doughnuts and the leftovers from
last night's spaghetti may be
more appealing than foraging in
the woods for palmetto berries
and acorns," said Telesco.
"Preventing bears' access to


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Bear-related calls to the
FWC are up this year in
many parts of the state.
This young male bear
was in a tree behind a car
dealership in Ocala during
May and is a bit smaller
than the one spotted in
Lake Butler last Thursday.
(Picture by Bruce
Ackerman/Ocala Star-
Banner)
food is the most important thing
people can do to keep bears
and other wild animals out of
neighborhoods."
"Conflicts between Florida
black bears and people are
preventable," said Telesco.
"Most people who follow the
FWC's advice on how to bear-
proof their homes and businesses
don't have conflicts with
these large and powerful wild
animals."


Armed

Burglary

BY TIFFANY CLARK
STimes Editor

The Union County Sheriff's
Office responded to a burglary
of a Union County residence
oniOct. 8, after the homeowner
reported she had arrived home
to find someone had kicked her
door in.
A number of firearms and
other valuables were reported as
stolen. Witnesses said a Green
Ford SUV Expedition had been
seen around the residence.
UCSO Investigators received
information of a possible
suspect in this and other crimes
throughout North Florida. Major
Garry Seay and Investigator
Feltner located a potential
,suspect in Gainesville and met
with Alachua County Sheriff's
Office investigators to pursue.
The investigation revealed
that Shane Ryan Summers, 22,
with ties to Union County was
involved and was a suspect in
numerous crimes throughout
North Florida area. Summers
admitted to Union County
Investigators that he committed
the armed burglary in Union
County. Numerous firearms
and property were seized from
the residence, as well as a Green
Ford SUV Expedition.
Summers was -arrested on
probable cause for his role in this
crime and charged with armed
burglary and grand theft, both
felony crimes and transported to
the Alachua County Jail.
Summers is currently being
held under a no bond warrant
and will be transported back to
the Union County Jail.
Due to the amount of evidence
collected to include: firearms,
jewelry, cash, TVs, and other'
miscellaneous property,
additional charges are expected.
Investigators believe that
Summers did not commit the
crimes alone. As a result, there
may be further arrests to come
in Union County and throughout
multiple neighboring counties.


Moving forward on Lake Butler Youth Center Inc.


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor


Fred Sirmones Jr. has been
on a venture to establish the
Lake Butler Youth Center Inc.
for some time now. He has
appeared before the city and
county commissioners several
times explaining his plans
and needs and has not given
up on what he believes will
be. a great accomplishment
benefiting the children of the
county. Sirmones has appointed
directors, overseers, gained the


support of several in the county
and possibly the help of some big
names who were once children in
Union County,just as the ones he
hopes to help.
The Lake Butler Youth Center
Inc. board members at this
time include: Sirmones as the
president, David Thomas as
the land and building director,
Margaret Henderson as the
secretary. Karen Trowell as the
treasurer, Mark Harrison as the
education director and Abraham
Perry Jr. as the public relations
director.


t The overseers are Charles
Warren (father of Lake Butler
native and New England
Patriots defensive lineman
Gerard Warren) and Pat Watkins
(mother of Lake Butler native
Buffalo Bills running back
C.J. Spiller.) Other supporters
include John Trowell and the UC
Board of County Commissioners
Chairman Wayne Smith.
Some of those involved
submitted a brief bio on
themselves to explain their roles
in this venture.
Perry graduated from UCHS


in 2003 and is the eldest son
of Abraham and Valerie Perry.
He completed his AA degree
in psychology from Florida
Gateway College. Perry will
complete his BA degree in
psychology in December of
2013. He is currently employed
for the city of Lake Butler and
enjoys working with youth.
which is exemplified, throughout
his five-year tenure as the youth
minister at the Body of Christ
Assembly Church of God in
Christ in Lake Butler under
pastor Elder Jacob D. James.


Perry is currently serving at New
Mount Pisgah AME in Lake City
under pastor Elder Joy Gallmon.
Along with Perry's ministerial
and educational involvement,
he is a passionate pianist and
organist. He has served in
various capacities and continues
to strive to be a positive role
model for youth in and around
the surrounding communities.
Perry has recently and happily
become engaged to Cecilia
Wilson of Baldwin and is set to

See YOUTH page 3A


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012
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Serious

Dog Bite

leads to

Arrest

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
A 14-year old boy was
seriously injured between Lake
Butler and Raiford on Oct. 13,
after being attacked by a red
nose pit bull dog, causing severe
injuries to his arm.
Deputies from the Union
County Sheriff's Office and
employees from the Union
County Emergency Medical
Services responded to the victim
who was then transported to
ShandsUF to receive medical
treatment.
An investigation revealed
that a nearby resident, Patricia
A. Jordan, 60, owned the dog.
Neither the dog nor the owner
could be located.
During a follow-up
investigation, UCSO made
contact with Jordan who said
that the dog ran off after the
attack. The UCSO found no
traces of the dog at the residence.
Afterwards, Jordan packed up
her belongings and fled the area.
Numerous attempts to'locate her
were unsuccessful.
According to Lt. Lyn Williams,
a warrant for the arrest of Jordan
was obtained on Oct. 15, for
the charges of cruelty towards
a child aggravated abuse and
crimes against person-injury by
a dangerous dog, both of which
are 3rd degree felony charges.
Judge David Reiman issued the
warrant.
On Oct. 18,the UCSO received
a tip of Jordan's whereabouts in
the city of Starke. Deputies from
the UCSO and officers from
the Starke Police Department
arrested Jordan without incident.
Jordan was transported to the
Union County Jail where she
was booked under the 2 felony
charges. Jordan was then housed
in the Bradford County Jail
under a $5,000.00 bond.
The whereabouts of the dog
is unknown but UCSO believes
..that the dog is no longer in the
,.county. The UCSO said that the
victim'has been recovering well
from the incident and is back in
- school.



Got a
Story?
Tell us

about it.


Baker County Dental Bus

helps Union County


The dental bus iS
decorated in a bright
safari theme making
it hard to miss.



BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
The Baker County Health
Department provides dental
health services to children in
Union County two weeks per
month.
All Medicaid children are
eligible for services on the
dental bus. The school health
nurses coordinate the services
with the Baker County Health
Department. In addition to
SMedicaid, services are also
available for other children
but arrangements must be
made through the Baker
County Health Department at
904-259-6291 x 2282.
For 3 years of age to school
age, to find out if your child
is eligible, call the number
above.


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For kindergarten to 12th
grade, contact the school
nurse to. see if your child is
eligible.
Informational packets
and forms were sent home
with elementary students at
the beginning of the year.
Students are seen during
school hours for cleaning,
fillings, extractions and more.
A progress report is sent home
with the students informing
parents of the procedures
performed during the visit.
According to Winnie
Holland, Administrator of
the Bradford/Union County
Health Department, since
the inception of the program


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Melisa Noble


Church

News

Old Providence
Fall Festival
Old Providence Baptist Church
will have a Fall Festival on
Saturday, Nov. 3, at 4 to 7 p.m.
There will be a cakewalk, game
booths, hayride, and more. There
will also be hot dogs, chips,
beans and cold drinks. This
event is free and open to all. The
church is located at 9316 NW CR
245 (Price Creek Road) North of
C.R. 238 and the flashing light.


Grace Christianf
Jubilee
Grace Christian will have, an
old fashioned jubilee on Sunday,
Oct. 28. All are invited. For more
information call 386-496-2859
or visit the website at www.
gcfbc.org

Sardis 135th
Homecoming
Sardis Baptist Church would
like to invite all to their 13511
homecoming service at "he
church located in Worthington
Springs on Sunday, Oct. 28,.at
10:15 a.m. Dinner will follow
the service.


in 2007, over 2,200 visits to
the dental bus have improved
the oral health of children in
Union County.
The dental bus is parked at
the Lake Butler Elementary
School during the school
year and at the Union County
Health Department during
the summer months. The bus
is decorated in a bright safari
theme making it hard to miss.
For more information
contact the Union County
Health Department at 386-
496-3211 or the Baker
County Health Department at
904-259-6291 x 2282.


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YOU BE THE JUDGE.
"Judges must display impartiality and an understanding of the4aw. Alljudges
may deal with cases that are either civil or criminal in nature. Knowledge in one
particular area is not more important than the other. Judges should be selected
based on their legal abilities, temperament and commitment to follow the law
and decide cases impartially."'
-Guide for Florida Voters, The Florida Bar.


Russ Wade
Attorney since May, 2000
Practice Areas:
/Criminal
iCivil Litigation
/Family
/Probate, Estate Planning, and Trusts
/Local Government
/Guardianship and Dependency
/Corporate
/Real Estate
/Personal Injury
/Small Claims
/Landlord Tenant
/Adoption
/Patents and Trademarks
/Environmental, Land Use, and Zoning
/,Contracts and Secured Transactions
/Bankruptcy
/Tax


Practiced Before:
/Florida State Court
/Federal District Court
/Federal Bankruptcy Court
/Federal Appeals Court
Represented:
/Government
/Plaintiffs
/Defendants
/Taxpayers
/Companies, Estates, and Trusts


My opponent
Attorney since October, 1995
Practice Areas:


/Criminal


/ Florida



/Governr


Practiced Before:
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Represented:
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WEIGH THE EVIDENCE YOURSELF.


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"Once for All"
The phrase "once for all" describes an action which was done
one time for all time. In passages such as Romans 6:10;
Hebrews 7:27; 9:12; 10:10, the death of Christ is described as
something that happened once for all. Unlike the sacrifices of
the Old Law, which were offered "continually year by year"
(Hebrews 10:1) the sacrifice of Christ was offered "once for
all". The phrase "once for all" is also used in regard to God's
revelation. Jude speaks of "the faith which was once for all
delivered to the saints" (Jude 3). God revealed the faith to us
one time for all time. God is not giving us new revelation today
for God has already given us all we need (2 Peter 1:3). As the
sacrifice of Christ is not offered continually, God does not
reveal His will continually because these things were done
"once for all."
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
Phone: 386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

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


YOU'RE INVITED!


The .
Republican Party
of
Union County


Welcomes the voters of Union

County to an election celebration.

Come meet the Candidates!



FREE Chicken and Rice Dinner

Romney/Ryan yard signs will be

available!



Lake Butler Community Center

Tuesday, October 30th

7:00 PM


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THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


YOUTH
Continued from Page 1A
-marry April 27. 2013.
Thomas is a local real estate
sales associate with land and
homes in Union Count\. He is a
1994 graduate of the IUCHS and
is a life-long resident of Lake
Butler. His family has called
the North Florida area home for
more than 100 \ears. Thomas
specializes.in the Union Count)
real estate market and also has
experience in environmental site
assessment, site prep and land
development. As the land and
buildingg director of I.ake Butler
Youth Center Inc., Thomas will
belp assist with land acquisition
and the site development plans
for the program.
Trowell is a life-long resident
of Union County and graduated
_from UCHS in 1997. She
ittended Florida Gateway
college, holds a license in nail
bSecialty, has worked at Trowell
JT.ucking Inc. and has 15 years


of experience in accounting.
1I ro \ell also oxned the prior and
upcoming Tanarama Tanning
Salon.
Henderson is a motivational
speaker, poet and writer. She
has been trained in the area of
counseling through biblical
studies and is a \\()oman of God.
Her favorite thing to do is to pray
to her F1ather God. Margaret's
fi\e best friends are, God,
JesLus Christ, the HoyI Spirit.
Random House dictionary and
thesaurus. She said her greatest
accomplishment is "'Dare to
be different," her personal
ministries name and upcoming
business. Henderson also said
that she has four books coming
out in the next six months to
include: So ou want your rib
back, me too. 500 questions of
integrity and just for the sisters.
Henderson has made a decision
in her life through her favorite
quote.
"If success can know any
name, it definitely can know
the name." Margaret Ann


Henderson.
Sirmodes Jr. is a life-long
resident of Union County, and
graduated from UCHS in 1997.
He attends church at the Bod\
of Christ. Before going off
to college, he received man\
awards. The award he said he
liked the most \\as being elected
to play for the USA All Star
football team in England \\here
he saw the Queen of England.
He received a scholarship in
football, basketball and baseball
and attended junior college at
Reedle\ College in California
\\here he became all American
in football and \\as nominated
all conference in basketball and
received an AA degree. He then
moved back to the east coast to
finish college. He enrolled at
Edward Waters College receiving
a BS Degree in recreation and
physical education. While
attending college in Jacksonville.
Sirmones worked for the boys
and girls club becoming the
athletic director and coach. He
also played baseball for the EWC


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Tigers, which led him to also
play on an EXP-team with the
Pittsburg Pirates.After college he
began teaching intensive math to
61h grade and was the head coach
of the boys and girls basketball
team at SOS Academy in
Jacksonville. For the past year,
he has been a substitute teacher
for SuwIannee and Union County
Schools. Sirmones \\as also the
middle school head basketball
coach. Sirmones plans to open
the doors to Lake Butler's first
e\er youth center, to help the
youth of the county experience
more than just the town and
school.
At a past county commission
meeting. Sirmones told the
commissioners how the youth of
the county needed to be involved
in something constructive.
Sirmones mentioned the health
of children, the obesity rate, teen
pregnancy rate, and more, all
of which he hopes to improve
through the Lake Butler Youth
Center Inc.
Sirmones is said to be
receiving financial support from
Warren and possibly Spiller.
Sirmones and Warren have
been friends since they attended
UCHS.
Sirmones is still in the process
of finding land to build his center
on and grants to build with.
He plans to continue reaching
for his goal until it is met, the
moment he opens the doors to a
newly built recreation center for
the youth of Union County.


Story time at the Union

County public library


(At top) Breann Barringer, Emily Hann, Carmyn Barringer,
and Princess Maxwell help Sally Breedlove tell the story
of the three little pigs.

(Below, I-r) Peyton Kilgore, Princess Maxwell, Breann
Barringer, Carmyn Barringer and Emily Hann show off
the pinecone owl babies they made during the nighttime
animals program for preschool storytime. Come in cos-
tume to preschool storytime's Mad Science Halloween
at the Union County Library today, Oct. 25 at 10 a.m. for
games and goodies. Call 386-496-3432 for questions.


for





Clerk of Court


I am so proud to have grown up in Union County.
more than that, I consider myself blessed to have


Even
been


raised by my wonderful parents, Fred and Jackie
Cunningham. Both of them have worked more than 35
years in this community. They were great role models for
me, and through their hard work and involvement, I was
able to connect and be a part of this* community too. I
have now been fortunate enough to work with many of
you in our community for more than 23 years through my
Department of Corrections and Union County School
Board work experiences. Please know that I am still
committed to serve our community and Union County,


just as my parents did before me.


I ask for and


appreciate your vote to allow me to serve as Union
County's Clerk of Court.
Thankss.

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JOHNSON

FOR UNION COUNTY
TAX COLLECTOR

Collector for All the People"


YOU the Great People of our County are

entitled to and deserve Personal and

Professional Customer Service!


Having the privilege of working in the office

for 25 years gives me the experience and

familiarity to GUARANTEE you a smooth

and stable transition without interruption.


YOUR vote counts! Ifyou want someone who

knows you, knows the budget and knows how

the office runs, then I would greatly appreciate

your vote and support in the upcoming

election.


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FOR YOUR TAX COLLECTOR
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bome structure fires per year.
Thecs fires caused an estimated
S e'ragce of 2.650 ci\ ilian deaths,
:'12.89() ci\ itli n injuries and $7.1
billion in direct property damage
.per-. ear.
I he NE\-A gi es these tips for
'safety.

Car fire safety tips:
-Cars can catch fire for many
Src'sons. Mechanical or electrical
issues are the most common
cause. A car can also catch fire
:asthe result of a bad crash. If
vou see smoke or flames or
sell burning rubber or plastic,
respond immediately.
.:II our car is on fire, pull over
as quickly as it is safe to do so,
be sure to use your signal as
you make your way to a safe
location off the road such as the
breakdown lane or rest stop.
..Once you have stopped, turn
off the engine. Get every one
out of the car. Never return to a
burning car for anything. Move
everyone at least 100 feet from
the burning car and well away
from traffic. Call 9-1-1.
Have your car serviced
re-gularly by a professionally
trained mechanic. If you spot
eaks, \our car is not running
properly, get it checked. A well-
maintained car is less likely to
have a fire.
If you must transport gasoline,
:. transport only a small' amount
Sin a certified gas can that is
..scaled. Keep a window open for
ventilation.
Gas cans and propane cylinders
should never be transported in
'tfic passenger compartment.
Never park a car where
: -fammables, such as grass, are
: touching the catalytic converter.
Drive safely to avoid an
accident.
Know the danger signs:
.Cracked or loose wiring or
electrical problems, including a
fuse that blows more than once.
Oil or fluid leaks.
Oil cap not on securely.
Rapid changes in fuel or fluid
level, or engine temperature.

Grilling safety tips:
There's nothing like outdoor
grilling. It's one of the most
\ popular ways to cob6k food;
u.,Bnt; a grill placed too close to
"'anything that can burn is a fire
hazard. They can be very hot,
causing burn injuries. Follow
these simple tips and you will be
on the way to safe grilling.
Propane and charcoal BBQ
grills should only be used
-.outdoors.
:-The grill should be placed
well away from the home, deck
railings and out.from under eaves
and overhanging branches.
Keep children and pets at least
three feet-away from the grill
area.
Keep your grill clean by
removing grease or fat buildup
from the grills and in trays below
.the grill.
Never leave your grill
unattended. Always make sure
your gas grill lid is open before
lighting it.
-; For charcoal grills, there are


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se\ eral ways to get the charcoal
ready to use. Charcoal chimney
starters allow you to start the
charcoal using newspaper as a
fuel.
If you use a starter fluid, use
only charcoal starter fluid. Never
add charcoal fluid or any other
flammable liquids to the fire.
Keep charcoal fluid out of the
reach of children and away from
heat sources.
There are also electric charcoal
starters, which do not use fire. Be
sure to use an extension cord for
outdoor use.
When you are finished
grilling, let the coals completely
cool before disposing in a metal
container.
For propane grills, check the
gas tank hose for leaks before
using it for the first time each
year. Apply a light soap and-
water solution to the hose.
A propane leak will release
bubbles.
If your grill has a gas leak,
by smell or the soapy bubble
test, and there is no flame, turn
off the gas tank and grill. If the
leak stops, get the grill serviced
by a professional before using it
again. If the leak does not stop,
call the fire department.
If you smell gas while
cooking, immediately get away
from the grill and call the fire
department. Do not move the
grill.
Facts:
More than half of home grill
structure fires begin on either a
courtyard terrace or patio, or an
exterior balcony or open porch.
Roughly half of the injuries
involving grills are thermal
burns.

Electrical safety tips:
Flipping a light switch,
plugging in a coffeemaker and
charging a laptop computer are
all second nature for most of
us. Electricity makes your lives
easier. However, you need to be
cautious and keep safety in mind.
Have all electrical work done
by a qualified electrician.
When you are buying or
remodeling, a home, have
it inspected by a qualified
electrician.
Only plug one heat-producing
appliance (such as a coffee
maker, toaster, space heater, etc)
into a receptacle outlet at a time.
Major appliances
refrigeratorss, dryers, washers,
stoves, air conditioners," etc)
should be plugged directly into a
wall receptacle outlet. Extension
cords and plug strips should not
be used.
Arc fault circuit interrupters
(AFCIs) are a kind of circuit
breaker that shuts off electricity
when a dangerous condition
occurs. Consider having them
installed in your home. Use a
qualified electrician.
Use ground fault circuit
interrupters (GFCIs) to reduce
the risk of shock. GFCIs shut
off an electrical circuit when it
becomes a Shock hazard. They
should be installed inside the
home in bathrooms, kitchens,
garages' and basements. All
outdoor receptacles should be
GFCI protected.
Test AFCIs and GFCls once
a month to make sure they are
working properly.


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Check electrical cords to make
sure they are not running across
doorways or under carpets.
Extension cords are intended for
temporary use. Have a qualified
electrician add more receptacle
outlets so you don't have to use
extension cords.
Use light bulbs that match
the recommended wattage on
lamps or fixtures. There should
be a sticker that indicates the
maximum wattage light bulb to
use.
Call a qualified electrician or
your landlord if you have:
Frequent problems with


blowing fuses or tripping circuit
breakers
A tingling feeling when you
touch an electrical appliance
Discolored or warm wall
outlets
A burning or rubbery smell
coming from an appliance
Flickering or dimming lights
Sparks from an outlet.

Smoking and home fire safety
tips:
The place where you feel safest,
at home, is where most smoking-
material structure fires, deaths
and injuries occur. Smoking
materials are the leading cause
of fire deaths. Sfnoking material
fires are preventable.
If you smoke, use only fire-
safe cigarettes. If you smoke.
smoke outside. Most deaths
result from fires that started in
living rooms, family rooms, dens
or in bedrooms. Keep cigarettes.
lighters, matches and other
smoking materials up high out of
the reach of children in a locked
cabinet.
Use a deep. sturdy ashtray.
Place it away from anything that
can burn.
Do not discard cigarettes in
vegetation such as mulch, potted
plants or landscaping, peat moss.
dried grasses, leaves or other
things that could ignite easily.
Before you throw away butts
and ashes, make sure they are out
by dousing in water or sand.
Smoking and medical oxygen:
Never smoke where medical
oxygen is used. Medical oxygen
can cause materials to ignite


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more easily and make fires burn
at a faster rate than normal. It can
make an existing fire burn faster
and hotter.
To prevent a deadly cigarette
fire, you must be alert. You
won't be alert if you are sleepy,
have taken medicine or drugs
that make you drowsy or have
consumed alcohol.
Never smoke in bed.
Facts:
The risk of dying in a home
structure fire caused by smoking
materials rises with age.
SOne out of four fatal victims
of smoking-material fires is


Clothes dryer safety tips:
Doing laundry is most likely
part of your every day routine.
But did you know how important
taking care of your clothes dryer
is to the safety of your home?
With a few simple safety tips you
can help prevent a clothes dryer
fire.
Have your dryer installed and
serviced by a professional.
Do not use the dryer without a
lint filter.
Make sure you clean the lint
filter before or after each load
of laundry. Remove lint that has


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met for their routine drill recently before heading to the
homecoming bonfire to help ensure safety. City and
county volunteers often show up throughout the county
to help whenever needed.


not the smoker whose cigarette
started the fire.

Microwave oven safety tips':
With busy lives, families rely
on the microwave oven as a quick
way to heat up a meal, warm up.
drink or defrost dinner. While the
convenience of the microwave.
oven is. something taken for
granted, safety should not be. By
following a few simple safety
tips you can prevent painful,
burns and possible fires.
Purchase a microwave
oven that has the label of an
independent testing laboratory.
Make sure to complete and
return the product registration
card. This way the manufacturer
can reach Nou if there is a recall
on the product.
Plug the microwave oven
directly into the wall outlet.
Never use an extension cord.
Alivays supervise children
when they are using a microwave
oven.
Use only microwave-safe
food containers or dishes. Never
use aluminum foil or metal in a
microwave oven.
If you have a fire in the
microwave,' leave the door
closed, turn the oven off and
unplug it from the wall. If the.
fire does not go out, get outside
and call the fire department.


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collected around the drum.
Rigid or flexible metal venting
material should be used to sustain
proper airflow and drying time.
Make sure the air exhaust
vent pipe is not restricted and
the outdoor vent flap will open
when the dryer is operating.
Once a year, or more often if you
notice that it is taking longer than
normal for your clothes to dry,
clean lint out of the vent pipe or
have a dryer.lint removal service
do it for you.
Keep dryers in good working
order. Gas dryers should be
inspected by a professional to
make sure that the gas line and
connection are intact and free of
leaks.
Make sure the right plug


and outlet are used and that the
machine is connected properly.
Follow the manufacturer's
operating instructions and don't
overload your dryer.
Turn the dryer off if you leave
home or when you go to tJed.
Dryers should be properly
grounded.
Keep the area around your
dryer clear of things that can
burn, like boxes, cleaning
supplies and clothing; etc..
Clothes that have come
in contact with flammable
substances, like gasoline,, paint
thinner, or similar solvents
should be laid outside to dry,
then can be washed and dried as
usual.

Fact:
The leading cause of home
clothes dryer fires is failure to
clean them.

Cooking safety tips:
Cooking fires are the number
one cause of home fires and
home injuries. By following a
few safety tips you can prevent
these fires.
Be on alert. If you are sleepy
or have consumed alcohol don't
use the stove or stovetop.
Stay in the kitchen while you
are frying, grilling, or broiling
food. If you leave the kitchen for
even a short period of time, turn
off the stove.
If you are simmering, baking,
roasting or boiling food, check
it regularly, remain in the home
while food is cooking, and use a
timer to remind you that you are
cooking.
Keep anything that can
catch fire (oven mitts, wooden
utensils, food packaging, towels
and curtains) away from your
stovetop.
Just get out. When you leave,
close the door behind you to help
contain the fire.
Call 9-1-1 or the local
emergency number after you
leave.
If you try to fight the fire, be
sure others are getting out and
you have a clear way out.
Keep a lid nearby when you're
cooking to smother small grease
fires. Smother the fire by sliding
the lid over the pan and turn
off the stovetop. Leave the pan
covered until it is completely
cooled.
For an -oven fire turn off the
heat and keep the door closed.
Have a "kid-free zone" of at
least 3 feet around the stove and
areas where hot food or drink is
prepared or carried.

Escape planning:
Pian Ahead. If a fire breaks out
in your home, you may have only


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a few\ minutes to get out sale\
once the smoke alarm sounds.
Evern one needs to kno\\ \\ hat to
do and where to go if there is a
fire.
Make a home escape plan.
Draw a map of your home
showing all doors and \\indo\ws.
Discuss the plan with everyone
in \our home.
Know at least two \\ay s out of
Severe room, if possible. Make
sure all doors and windows
leading outside open easily.
Have an outside meeting place
(like a tree, light pole or mailbox)
a safe distance from the home
where everyone should meet.
Practice your home fire drill
at night and during the day with
everyone in your home, twice a
year.
Practice using different ways
out. Teach children how to
escape on their own in case you
can't help them.
Close doors behind you as you
leave.
If the smoke alarm sounds, get
out and stay out. Never go back
Inside for people or pets.
If you have to escape through
smoke, get low and go under the
smoke to your way out.
Call the fire department from
.outside your home.
According to an NFPA survey,
only one of every three American
households has actually
_ developed a plan.
: While71 percentofAmericans


ha\e an escape plan iln ci.is ol at
lire, onl\ -', piw cint I l tIh sc
ha\ e practiced it

Home s:'ft'ly oi pt pll w ith
disabilities tips:
Home IrI ",-',pl ild, l, canm
contain ;lind imai\ (\t'n I lt l t1 tl t
a fire in let s in, tlin, it i utild
take the lire dle .iiiiiii'nt i ii\ c.
In chootsitir l ,ll.1 lnIent oI1
purchasinIg hlioi hink Inr
a residence thatil hl,s h ie fire
sprinklers.
Test your smotI ke ,il ;Iti l t least
once a month hi iushing the test
button. If \tou can't reach the
alarm, consider ettling alarms
that you can lest \\ ith a flashlight
or a television remote.
For added safety, interconnect
all the smoke alarms so that
when one sounds they all sound.
This gives everyone more time to
escape.
Smoke alarms with non-
replaceable (long-life) batteries
are designed to remain effective
for up to 10 years. They can be
helpful for people who have
difficulty changing batteries.
Smoke alarms and alert
devices, called accessories, are
available for people who are
deaf. Strobe lights throughout
the home are activated b3 smoke
alarms and alert people who are
deaf to fire conditions.
Include everyone in planning
and practicing home fire drills.
People with disabilities can


pro\ide illput onl the best methods
hIr hllemnt' escape.
Ask the Fire department to
reI :" \oNur escape plan. Some
dpaltmil cents have voluntary
rgcis ries for people \\ho ma)
ctld et\ra assistance. If \ou
hli\e a se vice animal, discuss
\\ithli o r fire department plans
It e\acuate the animal with
\,u. Keep a phone hi \our bed
lot emergency S calls in case \ OI
heccome trapped and are unable
to escape.

Smoke alarm tips:
Smoke alarms are an important
part of a home fire escape plan.
When there is a fire, smoke
spreads fast. Working smoke
alarms gi\e you early warning so
you can get outside quickly.
Install smoke alarms inside
every bedroom, outside each
sleeping area and on every
level of the home, including the
basement.
Larger homes may need
additional smoke alarms to
provide enough protection.
For the best protection,
interconnect all smoke alarms so
when one sounds they all sound.
An ionization smoke alarm
is generally more responsive to
flaming fires and a photoelectric
smoke alarm is generally more
responsive to smoldering fires.
For the best protection, both
types of alarms or combination
ionization and photoelectric


alarms (also known as dual
sensoralarms) are recommended.
Smoke alarms should
be installed away from the
kitchen to prevent false alarms.
Generally, they should be at least
10 feet (3 meters) from a cooking
appliance.
Replace all smoke alarms
when they are 10 years old.
Facts:
Roughly two thirds of home
fire deaths happen in homes with
no smoke alarms or no working
smoke alarms.
Working smoke alarms cut the
risk of dying in reported home
fires in half.
Heating safety tips:
Keep any thing that can burn
at least three-feet away from
heating equipment, like the
furnace, fireplace, wood stove,
or portable space heater.
Have a three-foot "kid-free
zone" around open fires and
space heaters.
Never use your oven to heat
your home.
Have a qualified professional
install stationary space heating
equipment, water heaters or
central heating equipment
according to the local codes and
manufacturer's instructions.
.Have heating equipment and
chimneys cleaned and inspected
every year by a qualified
professional.
Remember to turn portable
heaters off when leaving, the


room or going to bed.
Always use the right kind
of fuel, specified by the
manufacturer, for fuel burning
space heaters.
Make sure the fireplace has
a sturdy screen to stop sparks
from flying into the room. Ashes
should be cool before putting
them in a metal container. Keep
the container a safe distance
away from your home.
Test smoke alarms monthly.
Heating equipment tips: Install
wood burning stoves following
manufacturer's instructions
or have a professional do the
installation. All fuel-burning
equipment should be vented
to the outside to avoid carbon
monoxide (CO) poisoning.
Install and maintain CO alarms
to avoid the risk of CO poisoning.
If you smell gas in your gas
heater, do not light the appliance.
Leave the home immediately and
call your local fire department or
gas company.
Facts:
Roughly half of home heating
fires are reported during the
months of December, January,
and February.

Candle burning safety:
Candles may be pretty to look
at but they are a cause of home
fires and home fire deaths.
Remember, a candle is an open
flame, which means that it can
easily ignite anything that can


burn.
Never leave a child alone in
a room with a burning candle.
Keep matches and lighters up
high and out of children's teach,
in a locked cabinet.
Blow out all candles when
you leave the room or go to bed.
Avoid the use of candles in the
bedroom and other areas where
people may fall asleep.
Think about using flameless
candles in your home. They look
and smell like real candles.
Keep candles at least 12-inches
away from anything that can
burn.
If you do burn Candles, make
sure that you use candleholders
that are sturdy and won't tip over
easily.
Put candleholders on a sturdy
uncluttered surface. Light
candles carefully. Keep your
hair and any loose clothing away
from the flame.
Don't burn a candle all the way
down. Put it out before it gets too
close to the holder or container.
Never use a candle if oxygen is
used in the home.
Have flashlights and battery-
powered lighting ready to use
during a power outage. Never
Suse candles.
Visit the fire prevention
w e e kwebsite, www.
firepreventionweek.org, for
more safety tips and statistical
information.


School News......


Lake Butler Elementary
School
Every week, LBES teachers
are given the opportunity to
choose at least one student in
their class to be the Tiger Cub.
Students are chosen based on
behavior, academic excellence or
improvement. Students receive a
ribbon and certificate from their
teachers for being chosen. Last
week's Tiger Cub were:
Kadie Adams, Emily Akridge,
Taylor Batson, Beleni Bernal-
SAguilar, Jenna Bielling, Kylie
Britt, Camilia Carter, Jordan
Clarke, Colton Cox, Nikiyah,
Griffin, Joseph Harris, BJ.
Harvey, Jarrod Hendrickson, Jill
Ailie Hercule-Espinal, Emily
Higginbotham, Jacob Jenkins,
Hayden. Johnson, ,kira Jonas,
...Krystyna Kirkland, Matthew
Laux, Debra LeDuc, Donald
Hedrick, Alaurie McLellon,
Sierra;Mohl,Amy Owen,Heather
Poole, Ja'Maryn Reese, Jamall
Reynolds, Harley Seay, Mack
Smith,. Jacob Stidham, Ryley
Suggs, Mason Warren, Baler
Waters, Kayla Weeks, Karleigh
White, Madelyn Whitehead and
Tyson Woodland.


From now until Nov. 20,
Sunny D is hosting the 5th
annual Book Spree. The program
works, by allowing teachers inr
grades kindergarten through 7th
to exchange 20 eligible
Sunny D UPC labels
for 20 free books. For a
complete list of eligible
Sunny D book spree
products or to find out more
about the program, visit v\\,wv.
SunnyD.com
Achieve. 3000, also knov. n
as Kid Biz 3000, is a po\wertul.
proven, differentiated onl-'ic
literacy instruction program for
students in grades 2 through 4
that reaches every student at
his or her reading level. Within
the program, students are given
multiple opportunities to improve
their reading 'kills through a
series 12 different reading levels,
along with formative assessments
linked to state and common core
standards.
Children earn points that are
calculated and compared state
and nationwide. Currently,
two of the LBES fourth grade
students are ranked top in the
state.


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Achieve 3000 is an online
program that students may access
from home. To log on, a student
uses his or her 5-digit number
for both t h e


uL isrname
and password.
wwvw.kidbiz3000.com
Sumdog is another
educational \website that students
from LBES can use. The website
offers free math games that are
designed to improve mental
fluency at levels as young as first
grade. Contests are periodically
held both statewide and within
LBES.The current school contest


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ends on Thursday, October 25.
The top three students per grade
level will win a prize.
Sumdog is an online web-
based program that can be
accessed from home. Students
log in using their 5-digit student
number. At http://www.sumdog.
com (school code is lake_18)

Lake Butler Middle School
October is breast cancer
awareness month. Wear pink to
show your support.
S The SWAT County Tobacco
Free Partnership meetings are
scheduled for every early release
day at the Lakeside Community
Center. This is opportunity f4'r
county partners to come together
and discuss thecounty's concerns'
regarding tobacco issues. Lunch
is provided at each meeting. All
are welcomed to attend. The
meeting begins at I p.m.
Yearbooks are only $24 if pre-
ordered from room 500 (Griffis)
or in the gym in the mornings.

Union County High School


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More than your bank. Your banker.


Member FDC


The price of yearbooks will be
$40 until Thursday, Nov. 1. The
cost will increase to $50 until
Jan. 7, and $60 there after.
Any seniors looking to buy an
ad must have it paid to Krystal
Gunter by Nov. 1. ($200 for a full
page, $150 for a half page, and
$75 for quarter page.)
Send your empty ink and
laser jet cartridges to UCHS
Project G.R.A.D. fundraiser
"Empties4Cash". Any size, type,
or brand. Project G.R.A.D. can
earn up to $4 for each empty
cartridge. Wrap them up in
newspaper or a zip lock bag and
send them in with your student.
Pick up available for businesses.
For more information call 904-
263-2257.
Project GRAD will have a
car wash fundraiser in Starke at
the, Community..State Bank on
Saturday, Oct. 27, from 9 a.m.
to I p.m. All seniors are asked
to attend and parents are asked
to wear orange and blue or tiger
colors.


Also, Project GRAD will
be hosting their Powder Puff
Football game on Nov. 8, at 7
p.m. at UCHS football field.
Admission will be $5 for all
adults and school employees.
Students and children are free.
Project GRAD will be raffling
off a 1/2 of pig on this night and
having a 50/50 drawing, so be
sure to get your tickets.
Concessions will be provided.
To purchase tickets in advance
for the pig or 50/50 call Belinda
Willis Montgomery at 386-365-
0592 or Charmin Wiggins Rimes
at 352-274-2604.


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missing from NE 89th Ave. out
Douglas Cemetery Rd. area since
STuesday morning Oct. 9th. I am a
S. female, half Bassett and half Bulldog.
S I have on a pink Harley Davidson
collar and a pink heart tag as well as
I my rabies vac. tag from Macclenny
Vet. Clinic. I have an unmistakable
crooked tail. My family misses me.
PLEASE, if you have seen me or
found me, call 386-623-1138 and return me and pick up your
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6A.77 UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012


Advisory meet
The. Union County Health
Advisory Group will hold its next
,meeting on Tuesday.Oct. 30. at 5
p.m. at the Union County Health
Department. Your involvement
in developing the Community
Health Improvement Plan for
Union County is important so
be sure to join us and invite your
neighbors, business associates.
and other community leaders to
join us as well. The meeting will
start at 5:30 p.m. and end no later
tharn"7 p.m. Call 386-496-3211
and.,ask for Winnie Holland,
administrator, if you have any
que.sions.


October is Fall
Beautification
month for LB
October is fall beautification
month in Lake Butler. Prune
and fertilize your trees, plant
a flower, clean up, repair and
paint. The city will provide
removal of extra trash and debris
at no additional cost in order to
beautify the community. If you-
have a junk car you can have it
hailed off for free by calling city
ha'l a;i 386-496-3401.


Meet the
Candidates
there will be an Old Fashion
Political Rally on the Monday,
Oct,'29. It will begin at 6 p.m.
at the Lake Butler Community
Center. All candidates are
invited. Everyone is invited to
attend. Take this time to get to
know your candidates.


Voter
information
SFor those who aren't sure
about the general election ballot,
all registered voters will receive
the same ballot except District
3. District 3 has a County
Commissioner race and only
voters that live in District 3 can
vpteon that race.
!n-the Primary Election voters
had to vote by what party they
vere registered because Florida
s a closed primary state.
All households who have
registered voters will receive a
sample ballot in the mail prior
jo the election. If you have any
question call the Supervisor of
Elections office at 386-496-
2236.

Become a
mentor
The Take Stock in Children
program in Union County is
Cooking for new mentors to
:help change young lives in
the community. Take Stock in
!Children ini a statewide non-profit
:organization and the Foundation
'for Florida Gateway College
serves as the lead agency for the
,program in Baker, Columbia,
,Dixie, Gilchrist and Union
Counties. Take Stock in Children
;pairs good students, who have
jthe .odds stacked against them,
with mentors who provide the
Support, encouragement and
guidance they need to succeed in .
;school. Mentors meet with their
imentees for 30 minutes every
Seek on the school campus. All
it takes is a little time to make a
! difference that will last a lifetime.
For more information oo Take
Stock in Children, contact the
program office at 386-754-4392
or mailto:antonia.robinson@ fgc.


edu.

Rotary meet
The Lake Butler Rotary meets
weekly on Tuesday, at noon
at the First Chyistian Church.
Prospective members are invited
to attend. Lake Butler Rotary
is part of Rotary International.
For more information contact G.
Bird at 386-496-2526. or ask any
Rotarian.


Senior Citizen
programs set
An activities program has
been set for senior citizens at the
Worthington Springs community
center to be held on Mondays
and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. A variety of games are
available. Non-expensive meals
are also available to help raise
funds.


Medicare/
Medicaid
counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors and persons with
disabilities to understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity.
For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the.
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
5337.


UC Farmer's
Market
The UniOn County Farmer's
Market will, be open every
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

School board
meet
The School Board will hold
its regular meeting.on Tuesday,
Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. An agenda can
be found at http://www.union.
kl2.fl.us


Free Clothing
for 'the family'
There will be Free Clothes for
"all of the family" on the first
Saturday of each month, from
9:30 a.m. to noon at Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford right
off Hwy 121 just before entering
town. Follow the signs.

Events at the
UCPL
The UCPL will host Fright
Night on Saturday Nov. 3, from
6 to 8 p.m. All teens and young
adults are welcome. Admission
will be a $2 donation. There
will be .ghoulish free food,
haunting live music, gory games
and lots of other creepy, freaky
fun. Proceeds will benefit the
Junior Friends of the Library
Scholarship Fund.



High Springs


Fall Festival
The High Springs Fall Festival
will be held on Saturday, Oct.
27, from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Visit and shop the crafts and
fine art vendors and the business
expo. Join the cakewalk at 1
p.m. and the Costume Contest
at 3 p.m. There will also be a
Kids Korral; live music, food
and trick or treating The High
Springs Rotar\ Club-annual car
show and the Woman's Club
craft show will also be held on
the same day.

Veterans Day
events set
There will be a Veterans
Day ceremony and parade on
Monday, Nov. 12. The UCHS
band will begin at 9:15 a.m. and
the ceremony will begin around
9:30 a.m. The parade will begin
at the Lake Butler Lake.
The route will follow Lake
Avenue to S.R 100, to C.R. 231,
left in front of Spires, crossing
S.R. 121 going through Lake
Butler Elementary School
grounds, back to S.R. 121 (right)
and go in front of the Lake
Butler Middle School, then left
on Lake Ave. heading back
towards the Lake. Sam Jenkins
is the VFW Commander. For
more information contact POC,
Barbara Fischer 904-263-0647.

Genealogy
Workshop
There will be a free genealogy
workshop sponsored by the
United Daughters of the
Confederacy Olustee Chapter,
at the Lake City Library
(Downtown) on Sunday, Nov. 4,
from 2 to 4 p.m. RSVP to Linda
Williams 352-215-8776 or
ilovemyancestors@windstream.
net

UC Soil
and Water
committee
meet
The Union County Soil and
Water Advisory committee will
meet on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at
6:30 p.m. at the Union County
Extension Office.




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Union Softball Team

earns Academic Honor


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

The 2012 Union County High
School softball team earned
the distinction of being the
Florida High School Athletic


Association's Class lAAcademic
Team of the Year in softball.
It was another accomplishment
for a team that won the Region
4-1A championship before
finishing third in the state.
"The athletes at UCHS work


The Academic Team Champion Award. Union County fin-
ished ahead of Santa Rosa Beach's South Walton High
School and Freeport High School in Class 1A... -'


WHEN ELECTED, THIS IS MY PROMISE TO YOU...

I will work with YOU...but more importantly...FOR you!


You will receive Personal and Courteous service. i will be hard at work to personally meet your individual
needs.

The office of the Tax Collector will be brought into the 21st Century. I pledge to donate $30,000.00 from
my first year's salary as Tax Collector to update the technology and equipment needed to make the
office run more efficiently which will enable us to serve you better with no cost to taxpaying
citizens.

.1 will reduce the current operating budget of $332.030.00 because I know you demand accountability and the
best results for your hard earned tax dollars.

As a public servant I believe that it is NOT the citizen's responsibility to further my education,
training, and travel for this public office as has occurred in the past and as is budgeted in the
current budget.

I will personally pay for all travel and expenses associated with the job as Union County Tax
Collector at no cost to taxpaying citizens.

I will extend the office working hours beyond 5:00pm and open the office on the first Saturday of each month to
meet the needs of the public.

1 would appreciate your consideration...and your vote.

May God bless you and your family.

Chris Mecusker


Over the past several months, I have worked diligently to meet with
as many of you as possible, in all areas of Union County. I have had
the privilege of meeting most of you, and the opportunity to hear your
concerns. I have shared my credentials and how they qualify me to
perform the duties of the Clerk of Court. I hope that you have seen my
sincere desire to serve our community.
If elected, I will continue to work hard to serve you. I am continuing
my door-to-door campaign in hopes of meeting each of you before the
election on November 6.
When you mark your ballot, I ask that you
vote Kellie Connell for Clerk of Court!










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NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION
OF TAX ROLL

PURSUANT TO SECTION 193.122(2), FLORIDA'
STATUTES, BRUCE DUKES, PROPERTY
APPRAISER FOR UNION COUNTY, HEREBY
GIVES NOTICE TO ALL TAXPAYERS AND
OWNERS OF BOTH REAL AND PERSONAL
PROPERTY THAT THE 2012 UNION COUNTY
TAX ROLLS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED TO SHOW
THE TAX ATTRIBUTABLE TO ALL TAXABLE
PROPERTY AND THAT SAID TAX ROLLS WERE
CERTIFIED FOR COLLECTION TO THE TAX
COLLECTOR ON OCTOBER 17, 2012.

BRUCE )UKES
PROPERTY APPRAISER


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hard, not onlI at e\celling at their
sport physically but also in the
classroom academically." Union
head coach lTrudI Andre\\s said.
Union had a cumulati e
un\\eighted GPA of 3.7, which
put the team above Santa Rosa
Beach's South Walton High
School (3.6 GPA) and Freeport
High School (3.3 GPA).
Andrew\s said many of the
players took honors and AP
classes, and were dually enrolled
at Florida Gateway College.


SeLen players maintained (GPAs
of 4.0 throughout the school
\ear. while two maintained GPAs
of 3.7.
"Many times, they had
three games a week and didn't
get home until late at night,"
Andrews said. "No matter hoxw
late the) got home, the\ still had
homework, papers to \\rite and
tests to study for."
OnlI four other softball
teams from all eight FHSAA
classifications had GPAs that


were the same as Union's or
higher: Clas 2A Winter Park
Geneva (3.7). Class 3A Orlando
First Academy (3.9). Class 4A
Tampa Berkeley Prep (3.8) and
('lass 6A Tarpon Springs (3.7).
"UCHS and our community\
are very proud of the x ork these
ladies accomplished on the field
and in the classroom." UCHS
Principal Mike Ripplinger said.
"Thex worked d just as hard in the
classroom as the\ did on the field
and had a great deal of success in


The 2012 Union County High School varsity softball team is pictured with Principal
Mike Ripplinger after being recognized as an FHSAA Academic Team of the Year.
Pictured are: (front, I-r) Jordane Spitze, Morgan Dukes, (middle, I-r) Kendallyn Johns,
Ashlyn Harden, Alexis Spriggle, Kayla Andrews, (back, I-r) Jordan Davis, Mariah
Bowen, Randa Conner, head coach Trudy Andrews, Mike Ripplinger, Harlee Rimes,
Jordyn Driggers and Holly Tucker. Not pictured: coaches Wayne Andrews and Travis
Rimes.


both areas.
"By the time man\ of these
ladies graduate, they will
have earned scholarships and
recognition for their academic
achievements that will last long
after their last inning comes to an
end.
"They are the essences of a
scholar-athlete."

giLEGALS




NOTICE OF
APPLICATION FOR TAX
DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
J R Davis the holder of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed
are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 227
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
30-06-19-40-000-0170-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
LOT 17 OF CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION, more particularly
described as follows:
A portion of the Northeast % of the
Northeast 1/4 and a portion of the
'North /2 of the Southeast '/4 of the
Northeast %, all lying in Section 30,
Township 6 South, Range 19 East,
Union County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said Section 30 and run thence
South 01 degrees 03' 43" East,
along the East boundary of said
Section 30, a distance of 63.59 feet
to a point of the Southerly right of
way line of State Road No. 18 (100'
right of way); thence South 88
degrees 14' 08" West, along the
Southerly right of way line, 52.00
feet; thence South 01 degrees 03'
43" East, parallel to said East
boundary, 1019.76 feet; thence
South 88 degrees 56' 17" West
40.86 feet; thence South 31
degrees 56'17" West, 300.00 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence' continue South 31 degrees
56' 17" West. 80.12 feet: thence


South 63 degrees 56' 17" West,
180.50 feet; thence North 44
degrees 41' 36" West, 526.53 feet
to the center of a creek; thence
North 50 degrees 26' 19" East,
along the center of said creek,
250.50 feet; thence South 44
degrees 41' 36" East 543.31 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Danny Joe Grigsby
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law'the property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M.,
the 29th day of November, 2012.
Dated this 18"' day of October,
2012.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding
should contact (386) 496-3711.
10/25 4tchg 11/15-UCT
NOTICE
Union County will be accepting
Sealed Bids until 10:00 a.m. on
November 19, 2012. Union County
reserves the right to reject any and
all bids. Please mail or drop off
bids at 15 North East 1st Street,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054. The
property may be viewed Monday-
Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. at the
Union County Road Department.
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SECTION 00100
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BID
PROJECT: County Road 237
Resurfacing Union County, Florida
Project No.: 21200-014-01
OWNER: Union County Board of
County Commissioners
55 West Main Street
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
ENGINEER: Jones
Edmunds & Associates, Inc.
730 NE Waldo Road Gainesville,
Florida 32641
Telephone: (352) 377-5821
1.0 WORK DESCRIPTION
The Project is in Lake Butler, Union
County, Florida.
The Work is generally described as
furnishing all labor, materials,
equipment, tools, transportation,
services, and incidentals and


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your secret, you resign
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Keep Jimmy Tallman


Working For Us!!
Honesty, integrity, sincerity, candour, hard-working .... these are just a few of the words I would use to
describe Jimmy Tallman. He is definitely a man with strong moral principles who is straightforward in action,
attitude, and speech.
As County Commissioner for District 3, Jimmy has strived to make a positive impact on the people he serves
both young and old. He is responsible for the initiation of the District 3 Scholarship Program. Each year 5
scholarships are available for deserving seniors in District 3 that are awarded annually to seniors who have been
part of the Career & Technical Academies at the high school. The seniors are awarded a $500 scholarship to
help them as they transition from high school to college in pursuit.of an industry certification, technical
diploma/certificate, or college degree. He is an avid supporter of the local 4-H programs and the FFA programs.
He serves on the rec committee with a strong voice as he advocates on behalf of the boys and girls working with
the rec board for the betterment of baseball, softball, and Pop Warner football. He personally, with no expense
to the county, split the cost with the School Board in putting in the latest batting cages at the complex as well as
the cabinets in the concession stand. When EMS vehicles and hospice could not travel down a private road to a
resident in District 3, Jimmy Tallman personally bought the lime rock and had the private road fixed to enable
access for hospice and emergency vehicles. This was at no expense to the county because it was on a private
road, not a county maintained road, but that didn't stop Jimmy from doing what was right and needed to be
done!
,.. immy's service on the Board of County Commissioners has brought about some good and productive
changes for the county. He was instrumental in getting the county to start a recycling program with scrap metal.
He also implemented the surplus timber being cut
which brings in revenue to the county. Lastly, he got with the county forester and began a management
program to have the timber replanted so our children and grandchildren in Union County can reap the benefits
25 years from now.
These are just a few reasons why it is important for the voters of District 3 to KEEP JIMMY TALLMAN
WORKING FOR US!!!
Please remember to vote on November 6, and vote Jimmy Tallman YOUR County Commissioner for
District 3.

Thank you.
Margie Cobum
Doug Coburn

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NOTICE OF TESTING OF


AUTOMATIC TABULATING


EQUIPMENT


Notice is hereby given (pursuant to FloridaStatute 101.5612) that the
Pre-election test for the automatic tabulation equipment to be utilized::
in all county elections will be held on the date and time below. You afe
invited to be present at this time to inspect the procedure of the system.


.Friday, October 26, 2012 at 9:00 AM

at the Supervisor of Elections Office

Located at 175 W. Main St.

Lake Butler, Florida


Debbie Osborne
Supervisor of Elections
Union County, Florida


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Bo Bayer for County Judge







A. _;







YEAYER







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I SINCERELY THANK ALL OF YOU FOR YOUR KINDNESS, SUPPORT AND GENEROSITY DURING MY JUDICIAL CAMPAIGN.
You all are the reason that I have chosen to work, shop and spend my time in Union County for the past 16 years. My dear wife of 40 years, Monica, just recently
retired from 37 years in education and is excited about being able to join our community that I have been so close to over the years. Our court system is well respected
within the eighth judicial circuit and visiting judges are always complimentary to me about how well it runs and our fairness to the citizens. Your VOTE will allow me
to keep Union County's judicial system one of the best court systems in the area.
Many folks do not realize that over the years I have... Obtained two Masters Degrees in addition to my law degree from UF Been an ADJUNCT PROFESSOR at the
UF College of Law for five semesters over the years teaching courses Negotiations, Interviewing and Counseling Taught and coached 10 seasons of high school ball
Worked in various football related positions at the UF Athletic Department over 10 years Handled numerous cases throughout North Florida for the Governor's
Office.
I do not need to dwell on or brag about my paist academic achievements or \work experience as I want to be judged on my dealings with citizens and courtroom
experience here in Union County where I haec met o) manI of our fine folks.
My Daddy and Grandpas didn't have much money but they taught me that no one is ENTITLED to any job, but must gain it through hard work and experience. I hope
that my presence in the community and work that I have put in the Union County Court System has earned your respect.
Again, I sincerely THANK YOU for your support and VOTE.
Pol. Ad Paid for and approved by Bo Bayer for Union County Judge.


performing all work necessary to-'-'
provide the Owner with roadway- -
improvements to CR 237. The
roadway improvements include
milling and resurfacing the existing .,
3.7-mile-long-by-18-foot-wide
roadway, 2-foot-widening of 2,200
linear feet of pavement, installing.
guardrails, placing reinforced...
concrete pipe, placing mitered ernd
sections at cross drains and
driveways, earthwork associated
with drainage improvements,
pavement striping, seeding,
sodding, and maintenance of :
traffic.
All work shall be in accordance
with the Construction Drawings,
Specifications, and Contract.
Documents.
2.0 RECEIPT OF BIDS
Bidding and Contract Documents
may be examined at the Union..
County Board of County
Commissioners' office.
To ensure that Bidders receive all"
addenda and/or clarifications to the
Bidding Documents in a timely
manner, it is mandatory that all'
bidders obtain at least one set of
Bidding Documents from the
Engineer to be eligible to bid on
this project. Copies of : the'-'d
documents may be obtained at the-
Engineer's office for $50.00 each,..'
which constitutes the cost,- fb6r,-:
reproduction and handling. Checks
shall be payable to the Engineer.';
Payment is non-refundable. Call-
Carly Roach at (352) 377-5821 ext;
1793 for further details on hoyw to
obtain a set of Contract
Documents.
Bids shall be completed on the
enclosed Bid Form as set forth in
the Instructions to Bidders and:
shall otherwise be in compliance..,
with the Bidding Documents.
Sealed bids will be received at the '
Union County Board of County;:
Commissioners' office until 10:00
A.m. (local time) on Monday,'"
November 19, 2012, at which time..
and place all bids will be opened.
Any Bids received after 'the-"
specified time and date will not be
considered.
A non-mandatory pre-bid.
conference will be 'held .s.o.;
Wednesday, October 31, 2012'Pf-'
10:00 A.m. at the Union County-,
Board of County Commissioners,,'
Meeting Room. Only prospective
bidders on the Engineer's plan
holders list may submit a bid..
Contractors or their sub-contractors
shall be pre-qualified with-the'
Florida Department .,-of .
Transportation for the work.
associated with this project.
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UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012


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CRIME
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R E__ N A__ I EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Myrtle St. Massacre: scary good time, very good cause


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
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The "Myrtle Street Massacre"
haunted house in Starke opens
its doors to visitors this Saturday,
Oct. 27. and for creator Joshua
Hodges, it offers the best of both
worlds-it helps him bring his


passion for Hallo\veen to others.
while also helping him to honor
his father by helping those who
may find themsel cs in the same
situation he was in.
Hodges, his wife. Terri, and
friends and family bring the
haunted house to life at 124


N. M\rtle St. The start time is
6:30 p.m. Admission is free. but
donations \\ill be accepted for
the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
"My father (Mark Hodges)
passed away in May of leukemia,"
Hodges said. "We thought it


would be a great opportunity to
try and raise money in honor of
him and assist the Leukemia and
Ly mphoma Society."
Besides general donations.
the sale of baked goodies will
also help raise money for the
Leukemia and Lymphoma


Society, as will prize drawings,
which will cost $1 to enter.
Hodges told the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor on Oct. 18 he
was still receiving donations for
the prize drawings from local
businesses.
"We really appreciate it,"


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This year's Myrtle Street
Massacre haunted house
will be held in memory of
Mark Hodges, who died
from leukemia in May.
Donations will be accepted
to benefit the Leukemia
and Lymphoma Society.
Hodges said of the support.
This is the third year Hodges
will open a haunted house to
the public. It started small, but
has proven to be popular, with
people often asking him as:
early as June if he is planning
on doing another haunted house
and what the theme will be if
so. He estimated 200 people
attended the first one, while that
number grew to approximately
500 for the second. (There was
*no haunted house last year due
to Hodges and his wife giving
birth to a child.)
Hodges said the idea came
about because he perceived
children simply going through
the motions when they were out
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Starke Rotary
to host golf
tournament
on Nov. 2
The Rotary Club of Starke will
host its annual golf tournament
Friday, Nov. 2, at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. The
tournament will start at 1 p.m.
following a noon registration.
Cost is $50 per player, which
includes cart, lunch and door
prizes. The format is captain's
choice for teams of four, with
contests for longest drive, closest
to the pin, putting and chipping
throughout the tournament.
All proceeds will benefit
local and international projects
by 'Rotary, including support
of the Boy Scouts, the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation, Bradford
High School, Santa Fe College
scholarships and the Bradford
Ecumenical Ministries Food
Pantry.
Business hole sponsorships are
available for $50 per hole.
Please-call Jesse Gathright at
904-545-6403 or Jessie Myers at
904-955-8699 to register or for
more information.

Off-road run
to benefit
Relay for Life

The Irene Caserta Breast Can-
cer Memorial Off-Road Run has
been set for Saturday, Nov. 10,
with check-in time at 7:30 a.m.
at the Union Correctional Insti-
tution training building, just off
S.R. 16 near Raiford.
The run/walk will begin at
8:30 a.m., and all proceeds will
go to Relay for Life and cancer
research. The entry fee is $20
if the participant registers on or
prior to Wednesday, Oct. 31, and
$25 after Oct. 31.
Participants can choose be-
tween a challenging 8K run,a 5K
run or a 3K walk. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners in each.
Participants under the age of
18 must be entered by a parent or
guardian.
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Elizabeth Anne McCarty and
John Ryan Tillman were married
,at 3 p.m. on Sept. 15,2012,at the
First United Methodist Church
in Starke. Rev. Michael Moore
:performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
-Mrs. Loretta Zelik of Orlando,
1and the granddaughter of Mrs.
-Ruth. Mallet of St. Augustine.
ihe graduated from Allen D.
.-Nease High School and attended
'St. Petersburg College, and is
eemployed at Beck Chevrolet in
2Starke.
The groom is the son of Mary
cAnne and Mike Starnes and
:Kevin Tillman, all of Starke, and
-the grandson of John and Anne
SMiller of Starke and the late C.
.,R. and Kay Tillman of Starke.
-He graduated from Bradford
-High Schoi ,l and the UIni\ertii\
:jf North:Florida and teaches,-at-
Charles E. Bennett Elementary
"School in Green Cove Springs.
SThe bride was presented in
,"marriage by her mother, Loretta
'iZelik. Matron of honor was
"'Audrey Kersey, sister of the
*bride. Bridesmaids were Megan
-and Jenny'Starnes, sisters of the
groom. Junior bridesmaid was
Maddie Miller, cousin of the


Post-football
dance
returns
Remember those Friday night
dances after the Bradford High
School football games? They are
back.
A dance will be held Friday,
Nov. 2, from 8 p.m. until
midnight at the National Guard
Armory on Edwards Road.
SCome dance, or just listen to
'70s and '80s music, courtesy
of the Mid-Life Crisis Band of
Jacksonville. (Former members
_'of the Dalton Gang and Mouse
;ind the Boys).
; There is no admission,


groom. Leah Kersey, niece of the
bride, was the flower girl.
Best man was Matt Carter of
Boca Raton. Groomsmen were
John Myers of Jacksonville and
Richard Robinson of Orange
Park. Junior groomsman was
Cody Tillman, brother of the
groom. Ring bearer was Jake
Ferguson, cousin of the groom.
Ushers were Sean and John
Kersey, brother-in-law and
nephew of the bride. Lila Sellars
directed the wedding. Eli
Neagles performed on the piano,
and Ben Carter and Matt Wisley
provided vocals accompanied by
guitar.
A reception was held at the
Charley E. Johns Conference
Center, where guests were
greeted b', V'leric C.1 tcr..Tim
Faulkner and Beti', MNlcr1 grc.t-
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The wedding cake was a three-
tiered and pearl white, adorned
with flowers in the bride's
chosen colors of plum, chocolate
and sage green. The groom's
cake had a Gator football theme.
Cutting the wedding cake were
Valerie Carter and Lila Sellars.
Following a short honeymoon,
the couple is residing in Starke.

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Kel Martin and Theresa
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Martin, Brown
to wed
Richard and Mary Brown of
Raiford announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,
Theresa Brown, to Kel Martin.
Kel is from Lake Butler and is the
son of Angle Sapp and grandson
of Jack and Carolyn Sapp. The
wedding is to take place at
Cooper Hall at Camp Blanding
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Ava Grace Hines

Ava Grace
Hines
Hollis and Melissa Hines of
Starke announce the birth of
their daughter, Ava Grace Hines,
on Sept. 28,2012. She weighed 8
pounds, and measured 19 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are Kay
and Lloyd Rosier of West Palm
Beach, and the late Ken Chitty of
Starke. Maternal great-grandpar-
ents are Margaret Lewis and the
late Buddy Lewis of Starke, and
the late Don Chitty and Quida
Quick of Starke. Paternal grand-
parents are Robbie and Naomi
Hines of Graham. Paternal great-
grandparents are the late A.I.
Mann and Nona Mann, and the
late Robbie and Leila Hines.

Hope Baptist
plans
homecoming
Hope Baptist Church, located
on S.R. 100 between Starke and
Keystone Heights, will celebrate
its 136th homecoming on Sunday,
Oct. 28. Sunday school begins at
9:45 a.m. Morning worship starts
at 11 and will be followed by din-
ner on the grounds and a gospel
sing in the sanctuary. Everyone
is invited.


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Some of -the descendants
of "Shad" Thompson and
"Lou" Stokes of Lawtey met at
Cedar River Seafood in Starke
on Saturday, Oct. 6. Family
members enjoyed sharing stories
about their ancestors.
Ann Rosier Floyd has written a
new family book about Lucinda
"Lucy" Crews, who married
James Madison Stokes, Sarah
Harris Murrhee, who married
Henry E. Stokes, and Kisanna
Christianity Green, who married
Calvin Thompson.
All of these families lived in
Charlton County in Georgia.


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Betty and Elbert Nettles of
Lake Butler celebrated their
551 wedding anniversary
with a family dinner at Texas
Roadhouse in Gainesville.
Elbert married the former
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Alexander sprints

for 180 as Tigers pull

away for 38-18 win


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
On Union County's first play
from scrimmage, Prince Alex-
ander broke a 70-yard run for
a touchdown en route to a 180-
yard performance, leading Union
County to a 38-18 win over Dis-
trict 7-1A opponent Baldwin on
Oct. 19 in Baldwin.
The win clinched a playoff
berth for the Tigers (8-0), who
improved to 3-0 in district play.
Alexander had only four car-
ries in the second half, but his
140 yards in the first half got the
Tigers off to a 24-12-halftime
lead.
Right after Alexander's open-
ing gallop, Baldwin (3-4) re-
turned the favor with Emmanuel
Johnson taking the ensuing kick-
6ff and returning it to the Tiger
10. On their own first play from'
,scrimmage, the Indians scored
-with a Tim Warren run. But
,Baldwin failed to convert on the
-extra point and Union held a 7-6
,lead after the game's first 39 sec-
onds.
Later in the first quarter, Carl
-Alexander kicked a 33-yard field
I.goad to extend the Tigers' lead
-to 10-6. To begin the second pe-
riod, the Union County offense
.rode the legs of Prince Alexan-
der, Walter Mabrey and Daquin
Edwards on a six-play, 23-yard
'drive, ending with a 31-yard
sprint by Edwards to open up a
17-6 lead after Carl Alexander's
extra point.
Baldwin then got on the board
Again with an eight-play drive
,.of its own, helped by a Union
SCounty facemask penalty, a 19-
Syard pass from Jordan Mullis to
. Matthew Gunter and rushes of
10 or more yards each from Jay
.7 Robinson, Kevin James, John-


son and Warren. The Indians ad-
vanced the ball in a no-huddle,
spread attack, but failed to con-
vert another point aftertouch-
down. closing Union County's
lead to 17-12.
The Tigers scored once more
before halftime with a 10-play
drive of its own. Baldwin helped
Union County with a facemask
penalty after Chandler Mann
scrambled for 13 yards. Prince
Alexander contributed 25 yards
to the drive on three carries.
Mabrey added 24 yards on two
carries and scored from 10 yards
out.
Late in the third quarter, the
Tiger passing attack hit pay dirt
with Mann connecting with Nate
Bridges on a 57-yard pass. Carl
Alexander added another extra
point, giving Union County a
31-12 lead.
On their next possession,
Prince Alexander, Mabrey and
Mann teamed up again, this time
combining for 67 rushing yards,
including a 12-yard scramble by
Mann, a 1-yard score by Mabrey
and a point after touchdown by
Carl Alexander to give Union
County a 38-12 lead.
Baldwin wrapped up the scor-
ing with a fourth quarter, seven
-play drive, engineered exclu-
sively on the passing of Mullis.
The quarterback completed
passes of 11,5, 12, 22, 21, and
2 yards in driving the Indians
down the field for the game's
final tally.
"We've still got two more
games," coach Ronny Pruitt em-
phasized to his team after the
game. "We cannot coast."
The Tigers will travel to play
Williston (2-5) this Friday, Oct.
26, at 7:30 p.m. for a non-district
game.


Crappie,

shrimp and

trophy bass

The leaves have not turned
yellow and brown to match
the pumpkins that are for sale
everywhere, but fall is definitely
in the air. The bream and
shellcrackers have suspended
their bedding for 2012, and
the scallop season is closed as
well. Many fishermen are now
hanging-up their rods and reels,
and cleaning up their guns,.
while many of the more active
fishermen are anticipating the
crappie bite.
Gary Simpson, owner of the
Tackle Box on441 in Gainesville,
indicates that the shrimp in the
St Johns are still running, which
is very unusual for this late date.
Typical, however, of the late-
season run, the shrimp currently
in the river are quite large. The
remnants of old Shands Bridge
in Green Cove Springs have
long been a favorite fishing
site for shrimp. Simpson covers
many lakes south of Bradford
County and has noted in the past
weeks that the crappie bite on
Lochloosa Lake is already quite
active.
Joey Tyson, owner of Bald
Eagle Bait and Tackle in


Keystone Heights, confirms
that many fishermen are turning
their heads to the crappie bite.
Many of Tyson's customers
fish Santa Fe, Lowery and
Magnolia lakes. He says that the
crappie bite is improving, but
you will have to fish deep for
success. He also..says that the
bass are schooling more with the
cooler weather, but typical of the
phenomena, they will weigh less
than 2 pounds.
Townsend Strickland has not
fished Kingsley Lake lately, but
specifies that small schooling
bass are the most active target.
on the lake at this time. Due to
the deeper water and clarity, the
crappie bite will postdate that on
many of the other local lakes.
Mike Clemons is a Lake Butler
resident and an active Florida
Bass Network Member who has
been bass fishing Sampson and
Rowell lakes frequently with a
group of friends. They seldom
finish the day without some
reward, but seem to be more
productive at night fishing.
Cody Douglas, another Lake
Butler resident, fishes Palestine
Lake frequently. Although Cody
is eagerly awaiting the Nov. 3
opening for hunting season, he
has ,peen in Palestine recently,
and-.echoes the other reports:
The'crappies are wakening, and
the small bass are schooling.


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Maybe those active bass
fishermen should be reminded
that on Oct. 5, the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission announced its new
TrophyCatch Program. The
program is intended to preserve
and better manage the trophy-
bass catch in Florida. According
to the FWC, the bass-fishing
economic community generated
approximately a $1.25 billion
economic impact on the state's
economy in 2006. With that in
mind, it is little wonder why the
program received the support of
the big three professional bass
fishermen: Roland Martin, Bill
Dance and Jimmy Houston. (On
that same team is Gov. Rick
Scott.)
The cornerstone of the program
is the fact that participating
fishermen are required to register
and document the trophy bass'
weight and live release if they
are over 8 pounds. Recognition
is divided into three categories:
lunker. (8-9.9 pounds), trophy
(10-12.9 pounds) and hall of
fame (13 pounds or more). Hall
of fame bass must be certified by
the FWC, and a genetic sample
must be provided. Research
collected will be used to better


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trophy-size bass.
With the notable support
for the program, many related
companies have contributed a,
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money and awards. More details
on the awards, registration and
documentation can be obtained
on www.myfwc.com. (The FWC
registration site can be found
specifically at w.ww.myfwc.
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Hunters should be reminded
of notable changes in the
application periods for limited
entry/quota hunts for the 2012-
13 season. As a matter of fact,
no permits will be issued during
October. Limited entry and
quota hunt 'examples would
include antlerless deer, gators,
special hunts on public lands
and quotas on spring turkey,
muzzle-loading guns, quail,
wild hogs and others. Further
details on various permits and
application dates can be found
online at www.myfwc.com/
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Tornadoes celebrate

homecoming with 56-28 win


Bennie Ray Patterson, Jeff and Victoria Shiller, and their son, Kayden, are pictured at
one of Joshua Hodges' previous haunted houses.


HAUNT
Continued from 18

trick-or-treating. He remembered
Halloween being so much more
fun when he was a child.
"It was like they were missing
something, so we decided to do
a little three-room haunted house
in my carport," Hodges said. "It
was very small the first year. It
was kind of a last-minute thing,
but we decided to go ahead with
it..
"The kids loved it. We loved
it."
The event grew into eight
rooms the second year, and
Hodges suspects this year's
edition will be eight rooms as
well, though he added, "We've
got some different tricks up our
sleeves this year."
Hodges basically has the
ideas for the haunted house
and credited Adam Stevenson
.for helping to bring those ideas
-to life. Stevenson is the main
builder, Hodges said.
The day prior to the event,
Hodges and Stevenson will build
the shell of the haunted house.
Anywhere from 10 to 15 people
help decorate it the morning of
'tle event. Hodges said 20 to 30
people will participate: in the
open 'haunted house in some
capacity, whether it's dressing
:up and scaring people or being
one of the guides.
Neighbors have been very
supportive of the event and will
get involved as well.
"They're both understanding
and helpful," Hodges said.
"They're great neighbors."
One personwhowassupportive
of the event during its first two
years was Hodges' father, Mark.
Hodges said his father would
step up and do whatever needed
to be done, though Mark Hodges
wasn't as passionate as his son
About Halloween.
"He was passionate about
people," Joshua Hodges said.
"When he saw all the kids
having fun and, the smiles, he
was there."
Unfortunately, Mark Hodges
will be at this year's haunted
house in spirit only as he
succumbed to a rare form of
leukemia earlier this year.
Joshua Hodges said his
father wasn't feeling well and.
'was fatigued on a Sunday in
May. The following day, Mark


Hodges went to Dr. Carl Eason,
who ordered blood work to be
done. Mark Hodges went to
:Shands UF and was diagnosed
with leukemia that same day.
Two days later, Mark Hodges
began receiving chemotherapy.
"He had a rare type of
leukemia with a 90-percent
(recovery) success rate," Joshua
Hodges said. "Unfortunately, he
was not in that 90 percent."
SMark Hodges went from
being diagnosed with leukemia
on a Monday to passing away on
the following Sunday (May 13)
at the age of 55. It was quick,
but Joshua Hodges said at least
he was not put in the position
of having to regret not spending
enough time with his father. He
made it a point when he wasn't
working to eat lunch with his
father and said he spent time
visiting with his father four out
of every five weekends.
What Joshua Hodges will
always remember about his
father are the sense of humor
he displayed around his family
and his humble, helpful nature.
In fact, Joshua Hodges said the
family joked that Mark Hodges
simply couldn't say no to
anyone.
"If you needed anything in
theworld, he would be there,"
Joshua Hodges said. "All you'd
have to do is tell him you needed
help, and he would do it."
Joshua said his father loved his
church home at Trinity Baptist
in Keystone Heights and would
help out however he could there
as well.
"If the floor needed sweeping,
he would do it," Joshua Hodges
said. "If the trash needed taking
out, he would do it. If people
needed to be greeted, he would
do it.
"Whatever he could do to
help. He was the ideal servant.
There was no job too big or too
small. He had no pride."
Joshua Hodges said the
idea had been discussed about
accepting donations at the
haunted houses to support a
charity when his father was still
alive. With his Mark Hodges'
passing, Joshua said it was a
no-brainer to make that charity
the Leukemia and Lymphoma
Society.
The previous two haunted
houses have entertained people
of all ages, Joshua Hodges said.
from children who are 5 to 6


years old to adults of retirement
age. Sometimes, the frights
affect the older visitors more
than the children.
"Some of the most scared
people I've seen have been adults
who I guess underestimated us."
Hodges said with a grin.
Whether you actually get
scared or not, it's all about
having a good time.
"As long as it's fun, and
everyone's having a good time,
then I'm fine, even if no one's
scared," Hodges said.
To get to the haunted house,
take the first right (Myrtle
Street) past Domino's as you're
traveling west on S.R. 100, and
keep an car open.
"I promise you, you will hear
it before you see it." Hodges
said."
The Myrtle Street Massacre is
scheduled to run until 9:30 p.m.,
though Hodges said the attraction
will continue to operate as long
as there are people waiting in
line.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Lyndell Hampton made his
last homecoming game special,
rushing for two touchdowns and
scoring another on a pick-six
in Bradford's 56-28 win over
District 4-4A opponent Weeki
Wachee on Oct. 19.
Hampton rushed for 134 yards
on 14 carries as the Tornadoes
(5-2) improved to 3-1 in the
district.
"It was real-special because
it's my last year, my last
homecoming," Hampton said. "I
just went out with a bang."
It was by no means a perfect
game, with head coach Steve
Reynolds calling it a "sloppy"
performance. Bradford was
penalized 14 times for 125 yards,
with three penalties negating
touchdowns.
Those penalties prevented
wide receiver Kenny Dinkins
from having an even greater
game than he did. He caught
six passes for 178 yards and
a touchdown, and returned a
kickoff 93 yards for another
score. Dinkins, however, had a
25-yard touchdown reception
and an 80-yard punt return for a
touchdown wiped out by yellow
flags.
"We've got to clean up a lot of
things," Reynolds said. "We've
got to fix some alignment issues.
Maybe I just need to sit down,
bring out the rule book and read
it to them in depth."
Still,the game was never really
in doubt against an opponent
that is playing its first year at the
varsity level. Bradford outgained
Weeki Wachee 482 to 242,
scored the game's first 20 points
and led by 36-14 at the half.
Weeki Wachee (1-6, 0-5) has
now lost six games in a row by
an average margin of 32 points, .
Quarterback Jacob Luke.(7-of-
18, 193 yards) put the Tornadoes
in scoring position on the game's
opening drive, completing a
57-yard pass to Dinkins to the
Weeki Wachee 15. That led to an


-eventual 7-yard touchdown run
by Hampton, though the PAT
was no good.
Bradford's defense forced the
Hornets to go three and out on
their first series, then had the
next score on Weeki Wachee's
second possession. Dominic
Mitchell broke up a pass in the
backfield before Cody Bias
dropped a Hornets running back
for a 3-yard loss. Don Jeffers then
intercepted a pass, returning it 35
yards for a touchdown with 4:19
remaining in the first quarter.
Bradford missed the PAT again,
butled 12-0.
The next time Bradford's
offense touched the ball, the
result was a 72-yard touchdown
drive that featured a 22-yard
run by Tra'von Thomas and a
32-yard scoring reception by
Dinkins. The Tornadoes went for
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THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION




OFFICIAL GENERAL ELECTION SAMPLE BALLOT
November 6, 2012 Bradford County, Florida

ALL REGISTERED VOTERS HAVE BEEN MAILED AN OFFICIAL SAMPLE BALLOT.
If you did not receive one at your mailing address contact the Supervisor of Elections Office at (904) 966-6266
I I


PRESIDENT AND VICE PRESIDENT
(Vote for One)


Mitt Romney
Paul Ryan
Barack Obama
Joe Biden
Thomas Robert Stevens
Alden Link
Gary Johnson
James P. Gray
Virgil H. Goode, Jr.
James N. Clymer
Jill Stein
Cheri Honkala
Andre Barnett
Kenneth Cross
Stewart Alexander
Alex Mendoza
Peta Lindsay
Yari Osario
Roseanne Barr
Cindy Sheehan
Tom Hoefling
Jonathan D. Ellis
Ross C. "Rocky" Anderson
Luis J. Rodriguez
Write-in

UNITED STATES SENATOR
(Vote for One)


SConnie Mack

Bill Nelson

Bill Gaylor

i- Chris Borgia


DEM

OBJ

LBT

CPF

GRE

REF

SOC

PSL

PFP

AIP

JPF


REP

DEM

NPA

SNPA


Write-in

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
DISTRICT 3
(Vote for One)


REP

DEM

NPA


Write-in


STATE SENATOR
DISTRICT 7
(Vote for One)


C= Rob Bradley


REP

DEM


0Cc William Mazzota


SHERIFF
(Vote for One)


C JJ Etheridge REP

C Gordon Smith DEM


DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT OF
SCHOOLS
(Vote for One)


SBeth Moore


S Chad Farnsworth


REP

DEM


JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT

Shall Justice R. Fred Lewis of the Supreme
Court be retained in office?

CIi YES

c= NO

Shall Justice Barbara J. Pariente of the
Supreme Court be retained in office?
cc YES

.~~C NO

Shall Justice Peggy A. Quince of the
Supreme Court be retained in office?
SYES

ci, NO

DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL

Shall Judge Simone Marstiller of the First
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?

YES

NO

Shall Judge Stephanie Ray of the First
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES

NO

Shall Judge Ron Swanson of the First
District Court of Appeal be retained in office?
SYES

NO

Shall Judge Brad Thomas of the First District
Court of Appeal be retained in office?
YES

NO

SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
DISTRICT 4
(Vote for One)
Precincts 10, 11 and 12 Only

Elbert E. Hersey

Ed Wall


NO. 1
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 28
Health Care Services
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to prohibit laws or rules from
compelling any person or employer to purchase,
obtain, or otherwise provide for health care
coverage; permit a person or an employer to
purchase lawful health care services directly from
a health care provider; permit a health care
provider to accept direct payment from a person
or an employer for lawful health care services;
exempt persons, employers, and health care
providers from penalties and taxes for paying
directly or accepting direct payment for lawful
health care services; and prohibit laws or rules
from abolishing the private market for health care
coverage of any lawful health care service.
Specifies that the amendment does not affect
which health care services a health care provider
is required to perform or provide; affect which
health care services are permitted by law; prohibit
care provided pursuant to general law relating to
workers' compensation; affect laws or rules in
effect as of March 1, 2010; affect the terms or
conditions of any health care system to the extent
that those terms and conditions do not have the
effect of punishing a person or an employer for
paying directly for lawful health care services or a
health care provider for accepting direct payment
from a person or an employer for lawful health
care services; or affect any general law passed
by two-thirds vote of the membership of each
house of the Legislature, passed after the
effective date of the amendment, provided such
law states with specificity the public necessity
justifying the exceptions from the provisions of the
amendment. The amendment expressly provides
that it may not be construed to prohibit negotiated
provisions in insurance contracts, network
agreements, or other provider agreements
contractually limiting copayments, coinsurance,
deductibles, or other patient charges.


S YES

NO

NO.2
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32
Veterans Disabled Due to Combat Injury;
Homestead Property Tax Discount
Proposing an amendment to Section 6 of Article
VII and the creation of Section 32 of Article XII of
the State Constitution to expand the availability of
the property discount on the homesteads of
veterans who became disabled as the result of a
combat injury to include those who were not
Florida residents when they entered the military
and schedule the amendment to take effect
January 1,2013.

YES

NO

NO.3
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTIONS 1 AND 19
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32
$State Government Revenue Limitation
This proposed amendment to th:e State
Constitution replaces the existing state revenue
-limitation based on Florida personal income
growth with a new state revenue limitation based
on inflation and population changes. Under the
amendment, state revenues, as defined in the
amendment, collected in excess of the revenue
limitation must be deposited into the budget
stabilization fund until the fund reaches its
maximum balance, and thereafter shall be used
for the support and maintenance of public schools
by reducing the minimum financial effort required
from school districts for participation in a
st4te-funded education finance program, or, if the
mi imum financial effort is no longer required,
returned to the taxpayers. The Legislature may
increase the state revenue limitation through a bill
approved by a super majority vote of each house
of the Legislature. The Legislature may also
submit a proposed increase in the state revenue
limitation to the voters. The Legislature must
implement this proposed amendment by general
law. The amendment will take effect upon
approval by the electors and will first apply to the
2014-2015 state fiscal year.


c YES

.c NO

NO. 4
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII SECTIONS 4 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTIONS 27, 32, 33
Property Tax Limitations; Property Value
Decline; Reduction for Nonhomestead
Assessment Increases; Delay of Scheduled
Repeal
(1) This would amend Florida Constitution Article
VI1, Section 4 (Taxation; assessments) and
Section 6 (Homestead exemptions). It also would
amend Article XII, Section 27, and add Sections
32 and 33, relating to the Schedule for the
amendments. (2) In certain circumstances, the
law requires the assessed value of homestead
and specified nonhomestead property to increase
when the just value of the property decreases.
Therefore, this amendment provides that the
Legislature may, by general law, provide that the
assessment of homestead and specified
nonhomestead property may not increase if the
just value of that property is less than the just
value of the property on the preceding January 1,
subject to any adjustment in the assessed value
due to changes, additions, reductions, or
improvements to such property which are
assessed as provided for by general law, This
.amendment takes effect upon approval by the
voters. If approved at a special election held on
the date of the 2012 presidential preference
primary, it shall ,operate retroactively to January 1,
2012, or, if approved at the 2012 general election,
shall take effect January 1, 2013. (3) This
amendment reduces from 10 percent to 5 percent
the limitation on annual chan es in assessments
of nonhomestead real property. This amendment
.takes effect upon approval of the voters. If
approved ata special election held on the date of
the 2012 presidential preference primary, it shall
operate retroactively to January T, 2012, or, if
approved at the 2012 general election, takes
effect January 1,2013. (4) This amendment also
authorizes general law to provide, subject to
conditions specified in such law, an additidnalv
homestead exemption to every person who
. establishes the right to receive the homestead
exemption provided in the Florida Constitution
within 1 year after purchasing the homestead
property and who has not owned property in the
previous 3 calendar ears to which the Florida


homestead exemption applied. The additional
homestead exemption shall apply to all levies
except school district levies. The additional
exemption is an amount equal to 50 percent of
the homestead property's just value on January 1
of the year the homestead is established. The
additional homestead exemption may not exceed
an amount equal to the median just value of all
homestead property within the county where the
property at issue is located for the calendar year
immediately preceding January 1 1f the year the
homestead is established. The additional
exemption shall apply for the shorter of 5 years or
the year of sale of the property. The amount of
the additional exemption shall be reduced in each
subsequent year by an amount equal to 20
percent of the amount of the additional exemption
received in the year the homestead was


established or by an amount equal to the
difference between the just value of the property
and the assessed value of the property
determined under Article VII, Section 4(d),
whichever is greater. Not more than one such
exemption shall be allowed per homestead
property at one time. The additional exemption
applies to property purchased on or after January
1 2011, if approved by the voters at a special
election held on the date of the 2012 presidential
preference primary, or to property purchased on
or after January 1, 2012, if approved by the voters
at the 2012 general election. The additional
exemption is not available in the sixth and
subsequent years after it is first received. The
amendment shall take effect upon approval by the
voters. If approved at a special election held on
the date of the 2012 presidential preference
primary, it shall operate retroactively to January 1,
2012, or if approved at the 2012 general election,
takes effect january 1, 2013. (5) This
amendment also delays until 2023, the repeal,
currently scheduled to take effect in 2019, of
constitutional amendments adopted in 2008
which limit annual assessment increases for
specified nonhomestead real property. This
amendment delays until 2022 the submission of
an amendment proposing the abrogation of such
repeal to the voters.


YES

NO

NO. 5
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE V, SECTIONS 2, 11, AND 12
State Courts
Proposing a revision of Article V of the State
Constitution relating to the judiciary. The State
Constitution authorizes the Supreme Court to
adopt rules for the practice and procedure in all
courts. The constitution further provides that a
rule of court may be repealed by a general law
enacted by a two-thirds vote of the membership of
each house of the Legislature. This proposed
constitutional revision eliminates the requirement
that a general law repealing a court rule pass by a
two-thirds vote of each house, thereby providing
that the Legislature may repeal a rule of court by
a general law approved by a majority vote of each
house of the Legislature that expresses the policy
behind the repeal. The court could readopt the
rule in conformity with the public policy expressed
by the Legislature, but if the Legislature
determines that a rule has been readopted and
repeals the readopted rule, this proposed revision
prohibits the court from further readopting the
repealed rule without the Legislature s prior
approval. Under current law, rules of the judicial
nominating commissions and the Judicial
Qualifications Commission may be repealed by
general law enacted by a majority vote of the
membership of each house of the Legislature.
Under this proposed revision, a vote to repeal
those rules is changed to repeal by general law
enacted by a majority vote of the legislators
present. Under current law, the Governor
appoints a justice of the Supreme Court from a list
of nominees provided by a judicial nominating
commission, and appointments by the Governor
are not subject to confirmation. This revision
requires Senate confirmation of a justice of the
Supreme Court before the appointee can take
office. If the Senate votes not to confirm the
appointment, the judicial nominating commission
must reconvene and may not renominate any
person whose prior appointment to fill the same
vacancy was not confirmed by the Senate. For
the purpose of confirmation, the Senate may meet
at any time. If the Senate fails to vote on the
appointment of a justice within 90 days, the
justice will be deemed confirmed and will take
office. The Judicial Qualifications Commission is
an independent commission created by the State
Constitution to investigate and prosecute before
the Florida Supreme Court alleged misconduct by
a justice or judge. Currently under the
constitution, commission proceedings are
confidential until formal charges are filed by the
investigative panel of the commission. Once
formal charges are filed, the formal charges and
all further proceedings of the commission are
public. Currently, the constitution authorizes the
House of Representatives to impeach a justice or
judge. Further, the Speaker of the House of
Representatives moy request, and the Judicial
Qualifications Commission must make available
all information in the commission's possession for"
use in deciding whether to impeach a justice or
judge. This proposed revision requires the
commission to make all of its files available to the
Speaker of the House of Representatives but
provides that such files would remain confidential
during any investigation by the House of
Representatives and until such information is
used in the pursuit of an impeachment of a justice
or judge. This revision also removes the power of
the Governor to request files of the Judicial
Qualifications Commission to conform to a prior
constitutional change. This revision also makes
technical and clarifying additions and deletions
relating to the selection of chief judges of a circuit
and relating to the Judicial Qualifications
Commission, and makes other nonsubstantive
conforming and technical changes in the judicial
article of the constitution.


YES

S NO

NO. 6
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 28
Prohibition on Public Funding of Abortions;
Construction of Abortion Rights
This proposed amendment provides that public
funds may not be expended for any abortion or for
health-benefits coverage that includes coverage
of abortion. This prohibition does not apply to an
expenditure required by federal law, a case in
which a woman suffers from a physical disorder,
physical injury, or physical illness that would
place her in danger of death unless an abortion is
performed, or a case of rape or incest. This
proposed amendment provides that the State
Constitution may not be interpreted to create
broader rights to an abortion than those contained
in the United States Constitution. With respect to
abortion, this proposed amendment overrules
court decisions which conclude that the right of
privacy under Article I, Section 23 of the State
Constitution is broader in scope than that of the
United States Constitution.

YES

NO

NO. 8
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE I, SECTION 3
Religious Freedom
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution providing that no individual or entity
may be denied, on the basis of religious identity
or belief, governmental benefits, funding or other
support, except as required by the First
Amendment to the United States Constitution,
and deleting the prohibition against using
revenues from the public treasury directly or
indirectly in aid of any church, sect, or religious
denomination or in aid of any sectarian institution.


YES

NO


NO. 9
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32
Homestead Property Tax Exemption for
Surviving Spouse of Military Veteran or First
Responder
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to authorize the Legislature to
provide by general law ad valorem homestead
property tax relief to the surviving spouse of a
military veteran who died from service-connected
causes while on active duty or to the surviving
spouse of a first responder who died in the line of
duty. The amendment authorizes the Legislature
to totally exempt or partially exempt such
surviving spouse's homestead property from ad
valorem taxation. The amendment defines a first
responder as a law enforcement officer, a
correctional officer, a firefighter, an emergency
medical technician, or a paramedic. This
amendment shall take effect January 1, 2013.


YES

C NO

NO. 10
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 3
ARTICLE XII, SECTION 32
Tangible Personal Property Tax Exemption
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to: (1)Provide an exemption from ad
valorem taxes levied by counties, municipalities,
school districts, and other local governments on
tangible personal property if the assessed value
of an owner's tangible personal property is greater
than $25,000 but less than $50,000. This new
exemption, if approved by the voters, will take
effect on January 1, 2013, and apply to the 2013
tax roll and subsequent tax rolls.
(2) Authorize a county or municipality for the
purpose of its respective levy, and as provided by
general law, to provide tangible personal property
tax exemptions by ordinance. This is in addition
to other statewide tangible personal property tax
exemptions provided by the Constitution and this
amendment.


Cii YES

<-- NO

NO. 11
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE VII, SECTION 6
Additional Homestead Exemption;
Low-Income Seniors Who Maintain Long-Term
Residency on Property; Equal to Assessed
Value
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to authorize the Legislature, by
general law and subject to conditions set forth in
the general law, to allow counties and
municipalities to grant an additional homestead
tax exemption equal to the assessed value of
homestead property if the property has a just
value less than $250,000 to an owner who has
maintained permanent residency on the property.
for not less than 25 years, who has attained age
65, and who has a low household income as
defined by general law.


.-- YES

'T NO

NO. 12
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT
ARTICLE IX, SECTION 7
Appointment of Student Body President to
Board of Governors of the State University
System
Proposing an amendment to the State
Constitution to replace the president of the Florida
Student Association with the chair of the council
of state university student body presidents as the
student member of the Board of Governors of the
State University System and to require that the
Board of Governors organize such council of
state university student body presidents.


cc- YES

C-, NO


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6B TELEGRAPH, ri.- & MONITOR i) Si ITION THURSDAY, OCT. 25, 2012


Tigers advance
to District 7
championship
match
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Rev ioial .Vews.'Sport. Editor
lop seed IUnion ( ount\ s\ep)t
lour1th sced D)i\ie ('ount\ 3-0
(,5-IS1. 25-21. 25-12) in the
se ilifinals of the I)istict 7-1A
tournament on ()ct. 23 and \\ill
n(i\ pla\ for the championship on
l:Tursdu\. Oct. 25. at New berr\
Hi'h School at 6:30 p.m.
'The Tigers (15-8) got 10 and
nill kills, respectively from
l-'nils Akridge and Ashlyn
Harden, with Akridge also
adding eight service points and
two blocks.
Kayla Nettles had 13 service
points and 12 assists for Union.
while Tristy n Southerland had 10
points and eight assists. Caroline
Iimes had nine kills, while Kayla
Andrews added se\ en digs.
SUnion will play second seed
iewberry for the'championship.
SPrior to entering the district
tournament, the Tigers capped
the regular season with a 3-0
(25-23,25-11,25-17) loss to Oak
Hall on.Oct. 16 in Lake Butler.
SAkridge and Andrews had five
kils4 each, with Andrews also
adcing eight digs. Harden had
fivi' points, seven digs and three
bl6 ks, while Southerland had,
five assists and six digs.

Indians rally
for berth
in District
5-4A final
SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor
SSecond seed Keystone Heights
allied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat
third seed Williston 3-2 (25-23,
27-29, 19-25,25-17, 15-10) in a
District 5-4A semifinal volleyball
iJAch on Oct. 23 in Alachua.
r:"he second seed Indians will
t,' play top seed Santa Fe for


the championship on lIThursdayt
Oct. 25. at 7 p.m. at Santa 1 l-
High School.
Ale\a Born tallied I I ol her
tearnm-high 20 assists in the fourth
and fifth sets. Ashli\ Ma\ naird
added 10 assists..
l)akota Thacker had II kills.
while Keerston Skinner had nine
kills and three blocks.
With the x\in. Ke\ stoiie
has 'quialiiel foIr the regi, ial
playoffs. which begin Tlucsda\.
Oct. 30. Keystone would host a
regional quarterfinal match if it
w ins the District 5 championship
or train el if it finishes as district
runner-up.
Regional quarterfinal matches
are scheduled for 7 p.m.
Prior to entering the district
tournament, the Indians capped
their regular season with a 3-1
loss to Oakleaf on Oct. 17 in
Orange Park.
Skinner and Mady son Ma\\\ ell
had nine kills each. x\hile Born
had seven. Maynard had 22
assists.

Tornadoes
advance to
semifinals
before loss
to Santa Fe
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford dropped the first t\\o
sets, but then won three straight
to defeat Fort White 3-2 (18-25,
19-25, 25-17, 25-21, 15-12) in
the quarterfinals of the District
5-4A volleyball tournament on
Oct. 22 in Alachua.
The fifth seed Tornadoes
* scored nine of the last 12 points
in the fourth set to even the match
score at 2-2.
In the fifth set, the score was
13-12 in Bradford's favor when
the Tornadoes got two service
points from Tiana Sheffield to
close out the match .over the
fourth seed Indians.
The Telegraph-Times-Monitor
was unable to obtain match
statistics.


lBradf'ord pL \C tId secd SNnt.i
1-e this p, st ",d ,. iti lUn'
Raiders halii,; c i i
3-0 delcail

BHS boys gco f
tean
7-2 re i ar
season, mark
i\ (I lIF: SM l l-i 'I
Iradll)!d Inm ,lcd !,,[ -li\ ,I
Iinishin L,.lic rcti ltI' I sL'; 'n ii'n
ho s '" 'll. ith I onl l lo h
tS it \\l t lo ls il t d ) ,I ll i 1, cd
7-2 ialter stirtini thlle ,ci '-()l
The Tc oiiJhc \\t rjlppld s i
the sc.ula2 r c;ti'son oi (Ict. I I t
wNlain1 li IP(oint in ( i icen ( '(C i
Spriin Is l sing to I ( l\ Li i
M cnlind / lr;tdlo ]d inisr hcld jul-i
one stroke ,chIlind Sconid plhn\
Mcncendc/. x lhich had a score (
193. ('Cli\ \ tn the match ithll a
sc)iore ol 182.
(Caiiiron ( 'hitdl\\ ick l, !
lBradllokrd ith i Si'Cuvc ol 1- 42.
x hih' R,\;iin l lriik sdik k a s-core
of, -19. Josh ki sk ll hlud ;i sco~
ol 50, f.ollo\cd h'i\ lhia dlcn
lalkcom (53). Z lch I)c\\i itt (5-l)
aind I)usin Stl '\ l ain (S ).


The 2012
S Keystone
.- Heights girl'
.. golf team: (front,
SpH I-r) Victoria
F 'Stanger, Taylor.
,V '- ,.,Heinz, Rachel
I ', Bellman, Marah
Lowery, (back,
',- I-r) Cecella
S. Buckley, Olyvia
'I Heinz and
Carson Draney.



,ey-stone girls' golf team


mrns regional berth


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
-i'i ii(nal N\' i. sSports Editor
ITallor Heinz tied for the
cigl th-lomest score in helping
lie Kc\stone Heights girls' golf
team place third at the Oct. 16
District --A golf tournament-
pla\ e att Ironwood Golf Course
inl (aines,\ille-and advance to
the Reg ion 2 tournament.
I hc Iindians had a team score
l 4-35 to earn the third and final
regional herth.Oak Hall won the
tloi.nam cnlt xith a score of 305.


while Santa Fe was second with
a score of 429.
Heinz had a score of 99 to lead
Keystone, while Olyvia Heinz
and Carson Draney had scores of
106 and 109, respectively. Olyvia
Heinz had the ninth lowest score
of the field, while Draney was
tied for the 10th lowest score.
Rachel Bellman and Marah
Lowery had scores of 121
and 137, respectively, for the
Indians.
The Region 2 tournament was


played Oct. 22 at the University
of Florida's Mark Bostick Golf
Course. Keystone placed eighth
with a score of 486.
Oak Hall (316) and Providence
(329) placed first and second,
respectively, to advance to the
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals.
In the District .4-1A boys'
tournament, Keystone and
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Continued from 6B

Bradford placed fifth and sixth.
respectively, w\xhile linion
-County placed ninth.
Keystone had a score of 377
and was led by Blake Richardson.
who tied for the 13' lo\\ est score
at 89. Colin Stabel had a score of
93, followed by Tvler Mundorff
(97), Grant Bostick (98) and
Nolan Julius (101).
Bradford had a score of 379.
with Josh Marshall posting a
score of 91, which was tied for
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Continued from 4B

Wachee pass and returned it 51
yards for a touchdown.
SHampton admitted he
wasn't sure he could take the
"interception the distance.
"I was tired," the two-way
.player said, "but I gave 110
.percent. I gave what I had to."
SMcNeal had a successful run
'on the two-point conversion for
*' 36-7 Bradford lead with 2:49
left in the first half.
SWeeki Wachee's Xavier Jones
"put his team on the board when
he intercepted a Luke pass and
ifeturned it for a score, making
the score 36-14 with 53 seconds
until the half.
eZ Bradford appeared to have
another score before the break,
Sbut a penalty for an ineligible
Receiver downfield negated a 25-
yard touchdown pass from Luke
to Dinkins.
' Hampton may have been
tired when he made his first-
Shalf interception, but he was
Obviously feeling refreshed at
the start of the second half. He
Carried the ball three times on a
g five-play, 73-yard drive, gaining
20 yards and 31 yards before
Finding the end zone on a 13-
Syard run and putting Bradford
up 42-14.
6 The Hornets answered with a
s 65-yard scoring drive that was
capped by quarterback David
STinch's 5-yard touchdown run.
Tinch added the PAT to make the

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of 93, followed hy Cameron
(Chadwick (96), Ryan Patrick
(99) and Haydcn Balkcon
(10 1).
I!nion had a score of 411 and
\\as led h\ Dalton lownsend,
\\ ho tied for 12th \\ith a score of
88. Bradlcs Desbong had a score
of 106. follo\\ed h\ Nick Silcox
()08). Brandon Ames (109) and
Ethan Box (110).
St. Francis won the district
championship with a score of
310. wile Santa Fe was runner-
up w\ ith a score of 335.
)ak Hall earned the final
regional berth with a third-place
score of 348.


score 42-21.
It took only a matter of seconds
for the Tornadoes to make it
a four-score game again as
1)inkins took the ensuing kickoff
93 yards for a touchdown at the
4:41 mark of the third quarter.
McNeal showed off his agility
on a reverse-the-field touchdown
run from 26 yards out,.but a
holding penalty nullified the
score. The Tornadoes, however,
did make it into the end zone
when Thomas scored from 5
yards out with 6:50 left in the
game. Luke's pass to McNeal on
the two-point play put Bradford
up 56-21.
The Hornets moved the ball
with ease on defensive backups,
averaging 9 yards per play on
an eight-play, 73-yard drive that
was capped by Tinch's 3-yard
touchdown pass to Hiram Matos
as time expired. Tinch's PAT
capped the scoring at 56-28.
Bradford finished the game
with 289 yards on the ground,
with McNeal rushingfor90yards
on 10 carries, while Thomas had
42 yards on six carries.
The Bradford defense had three
interceptions in all, with Rashad
Lane's pick complementing
those by Hampton and Jeffers.
Bradford looks to remain
in second place in the district
standings when it travels to face
the Mount Dora Hurricanes this
Friday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. The
Hurricanes (6-2) are 3-1 in the
district after a 41-12 win over
Umatilla last week.


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in Palm Desert, Calif., Nov. 30-
Dec. 2.
Cook, who will attempt to win
a second straight Florida High
School Athletic Association
championship this coming
high school season, trained all
summer with her Jr. Olympic
Team-Accel Sports out of
Jacksonville-and has been
strength training with Shawn
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS TO
THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that.
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3248, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations
and comments concerning the
amendments, as described below,
will be heard by the Planning and
Zoning Boara of Bradford County,
Florida, serving also as the Local
Planning Agency of Bradford County,
Florida, at public hearings on
November 5, 2012 at 6:00 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
(1) Z 12-03, an application by
Charles L. Wyndham III and Ruth
E. Wyndham, to amend the Official
Zoning Atlas of the Land Development
Regulations by changing the
zoning district from COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (Cl) to RESIDENTIAL,
SINGLE -FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) on
property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of Tract 6B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; thence South 0051'32" East
41.30 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence South 0051'32" East 392.23
feet to the North right-of-way line
of Lakeshore Drive; thence North
64038'17" West 336.84 feet to the
Southwest corner of Tract 6B of
said Mount Pleasant Subdivision,
as recorded in the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida; thence
North 00*07'57" West 366.20 feet;
thence South 68026'13" East 321.87
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 2.62 acres, more or less.
(2) Z 12-04, an application
by Michael A. Papaioannou and
Anastasia Z. Papaioannou, to
amend the Official Zoning Atlas. of
the Land Development Regulations
by hanging the zoning district
from RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE
FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) to COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (CI) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of Tract 4B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; thence North 0O050'10"
West, along the East line of Tract 4B,
as recorded in,the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida, 180.70
feet to the Southwesterly -right-of-
way line of State Road 100; thence
North 55*03'57" West, along the
Southwesterly right-of-way line of said
State Road 100, a distance of 241.36
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
continue North 5503'57" West, along
the Southwesterly right-of-way line
of said State Road 100, a distance
of 120.68 feet to the Northwesterly
corner of said Tract 4B, as recorded
in the Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida; thence South
0007'57" East, along the Westerly
line .of said Tract 4B, as recorded
in the Public Records of Bradford
County, Florida, 311.00 feet; thence
South 68026'13" East 107.29 feet;
thence North 0019'08" West 281.33
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.67 acre, more or less.
(3) Z 12-05, an application by
Jude D. Sorano, to amend the Official
Zoning Atlas of the Land Development
Regulations by changing the zoning
district from RESIDENTIAL, SINGLE
FAMILY-1 (RSF-1) to COMMERCIAL,
INTENSIVE (CI) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of Tract 48 of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida;
thence North 00*50'10" West 180.70
feet to the Southwesterly right-of-
way line of State Road 100; thence
North 55003'57" West 120.68 feet,
along the Southwesterly right-of-way
line of said State Road 100; thence
South 00032'57" East 251.66 feet;
thence South 68026'13" East 107.29
.feet to the East line of said Tract 6B,
as recorded in the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida; thence
North 0051'32" West 41.30 feet to
the Northeast corner of said Tract 6B,
as recorded in the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida, and the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.54 acre, more or less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of Tract 4B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County Florida;
thence North 0050'10" West 180.70
feet to the Southwesterly right-of-way
line of State Road 100; thence North
55003'57" West 120.68 feet, along



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the Southwesterly right-of-way line
of said State Road 100 to the Point
of Beginning; thence continue North
55003'57" West, along the right-of-
way line of said State Road 100, a
distance of 120.68 feet, thence South
00019'08" East 281 33 feet; thence
South 6826'13" East 107 29 feet,
thence North 00032'57" West 251 66
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.61 acre, more or less
All said lands containing 1 15 acre,
more or less
The public hearings may be continued
to one or more future dates Any
interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place-of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the
public hearings and that no further
notice concerning the matters will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the amendments.
Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at
the Office of the Director of Zoning,.
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearings they will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
.includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
based.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
CONCERNING AMENDMENTS
TO THE BRADFORD COUNTY
COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3248, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations,-as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations
and comments concerning the
amendments, as described below,
will be heard by the Planning and
Zoning Board of Bradford County,
Florida, serving also as the Local
Planning Agency of Bradford County,
Florida, at public hearings on
November 5, 2012 at 6:00 p.m., or as
soon thereafter as the matters can
be heard, in the County Commission
Meeting Room, County Courthouse
located at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
(1) S 120713 A, an application
by Charles L., Wyndham III and
Ruth E. Wyndham, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification from
COMMERCIAL to RESIDENTIAL,
LOW DENSITY (less than obriqlal td
2 dwelling units per acre) on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Northeast
corner of Tract 6B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,


Florida, thence South 00'51'32" East
41.30 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence South 0051'32" East 392 23
feet to the North right-of-way line
of Lakeshore Drive; thence North
64038'17" West 336 84 feet to the
Southwest corner of Tract 6B of
said Mount Pleasant Subdivision,
as recorded iin the Pubiic Records
of Bradford County. Florida: thence
North 0007'57 West 366 20 feet;
thence South 6826'13' East 321 87
feet to the Point of Beginning
Containing 2 62 acres, more or less
(2) S.120713 B, an application
by Michael A Papaioannou and
Anastasia Z Papaioannou. to amend
the Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification from
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (less
than or equal to 2 dwelling units per
acre) to COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows Commence at the Southeast
corner of Tract 4B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; thence North 00050'10"
West, along the East line of Tract 4B,
as recorded in the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida, 180.70
feet to the Southwesterly right-of-
way line of State Road 100, thence
North 5503'57" West, along the
Southwesterly right-of-way line of
said State Road 100, a distance of
241.36 feet to the Point of Beginning;
thence continue North 55003'57"
West, along the Southwesterly
right-of-way line of said State Road
100, a distance of 120 68 feet to
the Northwesterly corner of said
Tract 4B, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida;
thence South 00007'57" East, along
the Westerly line of said Tract 4B,
as recorded in the Public Records
of Bradford County, Florida, 311.00
feet; thence South 6826'13" East
107.29 feet; thence North 00019'08"
West 281.33 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Containing 0.67 acre, more or less.
(3) S 120713 C, an application
by Jude D. Sorano, to amend the
Future Land Use Plan Map of the
Comprehensive Plan by changing
the future land use classification from
RESIDENTIAL, LOW DENSITY (less
than or equal to 2 dwelling units per
acre) to COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
13, Township 8 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
Corner of Tract 4B of Mount Pleasant
Subdivision, as recorded in the
Public Records of Bradford County,
Florida; thence North 00050'10" West
180.70 feet to the Southwesterly
right-of-way line of State Road 100;
thence North 55003'57" West 120.68
feet, along the Southwesterly right-
of-way line of said State Road 100;
thence South 0032'57" East 251.66
feet; thence South 68026'13" East
107.29 feet to the East line of said
Tract 6B, as recorded in the Public
Records of Bradford County, Florida;
thence North 00051'32" West 41.30
feet to the Northeast corner of said
Tract 6B, as recorded in the Public
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Paul Austin Sr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -Paul
Henry Austin, Sr. age 81, died
peacefully and went to be home
\\ith the Lord on Friday. Oct. 19,
2012, following an extended illness.
Mi. Austin was born July of 1931 to
the late Perry Henry and Ida Mae
(Brinson) Austin in Savannah,
Georgia. He had lived in Keystone
Heights since 1984, coming from
St. Augustine.
Along \ith his parents, he was
preceded in death by a son, Paul
Henry Austin, Jr. Mr. Austin is
survived by his wife of 62 years,
Janet Austin; three sons, Dale
(Susie) Austin, Tommy Austin and
Jamie (Kim) Austin, all of Keystone
Heights; three daughters, Linda
Becky (Jimmy) Morse of Keystone
Heights and Donna (David) Cole of
St. Augustine; two sisters, Thelma
Lewis and Carol Blackaby; and one
brother, Bill Austin.
Mr. Austin is also survived by
humorous grandchildren, great-
grandchildren and great-great-
grandchildren.
A graveside service was held Oct.
23 at Keystone Heights Cemetery
'with Pastor James Peoples officiat-
ing. Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights was in charge
of the arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY


Michael Burnette
HAWTHORNE-Michael
Burnette, 59, of Hawthorne, died
Friday, Oct. 12, 2012. Michael was
,born in Chattanooga, Tenn., and
grew up in Ringgold,Ga.
Bumette served in the U.S. Army
.in Korea from 1972 to 1974. He was
:a deputy for the Putnam County
Sheriff's Office and the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office and served
:from 1976 until he retired in 2004.
Michael is survived by: his wife
:of 36 years, Kathy Burnette of
Hawthorne; son, Michael Bumette
;of Hawthorne; daughters, Kristy
'(Michael) Lofton and Izzy (Phillip)
:McPhail both of Melrose; eight
:grandchildren; and brother, Jimmy
(Carol) Hosmer of Menlo, Ga.
A memorial service was held
Thursday, Oct. 18, in Melrose.
SArrangements are undet the care
of Forest Meadows Funeral Home
and Cemeteries, Gainesville, FL.


William Cobb III
William Cobb III
LAKE CITY-William Alfred
Cobb 1II, 82, of Lake City Florida
died at home on Wednesday, Oct.
17, 2012, after a battle with Alz-
heimer's disease. He was sur-
rounded by his family.
He was born on Jan. 29, 1930, in
Lake Butler to William A Cobb Sr.
and Elizabeth Williams Cobb. Bill
is the grandson of the late Joe Hill
Williams of Lake Butler.


Cobb attended Union County
High and worked for the Depart-
ment of Transportation in Lake City
until retiring in 2007. He w as in Ithe
United States Nav\ from 1952 to
1954 and served in the Korean War.
He attended the North Lake (its
Church of God.
He is survived h): wsite, Micki
Cobb; children, Williani A Cohh
IV, Richard D. (obb, Romaine
(Craig) Cobb Thormodson aiid
Charles Cobb. He is also survived
by six grandchildren; and eighli
great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services were held at
Archer Funeral Home on Saturday
Oct. 20, and officiated by Re\
Barney Hurst. Burial followed at
Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler,
Florida. Archer Funeral Home was
in charge of the arrangements.


Jewel Ebert
Jewel Ebert
LAKE SAINT LOUIS, MO.-
Jewel Virginia Roberts Ebert, 88, of
Lake Saint Louis, Mo., died on Oct.
20, 2012, due to diabetic complica-
tions.
She was born March 15, 1924, in
Lake Butler to James Matthew Rob-'
erts and Bessie Lela Davis Roberts
of Lake Butler.
Jewel graduated in 1941 from
Union County High School and
worked in the accounting depart-
ments of hospitals and nursing
homes in Jacksonville, Atlanta and
Naples.
She attended Living Lord Lu-
theran Church of Lake Saint Louis
and Element Church of Wentzville,
Mo.
She was predeceased in death by:
her parents;- sisters, Pearl Roberts
Cain and Ruby Roberts Patterson;
and brother, M. C. Roberts.
She is survived by: sisters, Mary
Bess Roberts Boyd of Jacksonville,
'Joyce Roberts D'Antonio of
Lansdale, Pa.; daughter, Olendia
(Terry) Tucker Bell of Lake Saint
Louis; four grand children; and six
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28, at Archer
Funeral Home in Lake Butler. Serv-
ices will be presided by Rev.-Luther
Leguire of First Apostolic Church
of Lake City. Burial will immedi-
ately follow at Elzey Chapel Ceme-
tery. Archer Funeral Home Inc. is in
charge of the arrangements.

Thelma Fincuan
AIKEN, S.C.-Thelma Lewis
Conner Finucan, 96, of Aiken, S.C.,
and a former resident of Starke,
widow of Wilton Calhoun Conner
and William Finucan, died on
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012.
Born in Starke as the daughter of
the late Harry Hanford and Robena
Fouts Lewis, she was a member of
Pine Level Baptist Church. Mrs.
Finucan was not a veteran. How-
ever, during World War II she was


supervisor in the laundry depart-
ment at Camp Blanding. She was a
former clerk at New Method Clean-
ers in Starke, and from 1973 until
1983, she and her late husband Wil-
ton Calhoun Conner owned and
operated the Marietta Market in
Marietta.
She is survived by: daughter,
Yvonne (Alvin) Siddall, Aiken,
S.C.; and two grandchildren.
A Celebration of Life Servce
was held on Oct. 21 at Pine Level
Baptist Church. Interment followed
in the Conner Family Cemetery in
Starke.
It has been requested that if so
desired, memorials be made to the
music ministry at Pine Level Baptist
Church, P.O. Box 596 Starke, FL
32091.
Hatcher Funeral Home of Lan-
gley, S.C. is in charge of the ar-
rangements. .,.


Frances Gainey
Frances Gainey
JACKSONVILLE--Frances
Vizelle Oster-Gainey died on
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012. She was
born on Dec. 18, 1925, in Altoona,
Pa. She was the only child of
George Donald Oster and Courtney
Anln Edmonson. Her mother died
due to complications of childbirth.
Therefore, she was raised by her
grandparents David and Martha
Vizelle Oster in Bedford, Pa.
She graduated from Bedford
High School, and then moved to
Starke in 1943, where she met and
married Harvey B. Gainey, who
preceded her in death in 1963.
She is survived by: son, Rodger
(Mary Lou); grandchildren, Todd
(Regina) of Starke and Maryfrances
of Green Cove Springs; and three
great-grandchildren.
Arrangements are by Jacksonville
Memory Gardens Funeral Home,
Orange Park.

Herbert Herndon
LULU-Herbert Edward Herndon,
77, died on Thursday, Oct. 18,
2012, surrounded by family at the
Suwannee Haven Hospice in Lake
City. He was born in Statenville,


Ga., living most of his life in Flor-
ida. He lived in Lulu the past 15
years. He was the son of the late
Frank Hemdon and Lilllie Petty
Herndon. He was a local and long-
distance truck driver. He was a
member of Highland Baptist Church
in Clay County.
He is survived by: daughters,
Teresa (Donald) Cockerbam of
Winnsboro, La., Dorrie (Larry)
Crawford of Lawtey and Maxine
(Randy) Corbin of Starke; son,
Eddie Herdon of Lulu; brother,
Hulon Herndon of Lawtey; sisters,
Mary Helen (Merle) Griffis and
Margie (Cody) Waring, all of
Starke; eight grandchildren; and
eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Oct. 20 in Highland Baptist Church
with burial in the church cemetery.
Archer Funeral Home is in
charge of arrangements.


numucuus auILs, uncles, cousins and
large extended family.
In lieu of flowers, those who
wish may make memorial contribu-
tions to the Sea Turtle Conservancy,
4424 N.W. 13th St., Ste. B-l1,


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GAINESVILLE-Pamela Tomes
.Krause, age 60 of Gainesville,
passed away Monday, Oct. 15,
2012, in E.T. York Hospice Care
Center. She was born Sept. 9, 1952
in Montevideo, Minn., to Ernest
George and Martha Gertrude Peters
Tomes. Pam graduated from Key-
stone High School.An advocate for
pet care, she opened her first pet
store in the late 1970s, "Robbie's
Reef," and in the early 1980s she
opened "Aquarium Connection"
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nectiongainesvillefl). She was also
an owner of Green Side Up and was
an avid Gator fan. Pam was a 20-
year breast cancer survivor.
She was preceded in death by her
mother, Martha Tomes. She is sur-
vived by her husband, William.
Krause, of Gainesville; father,
Ernest Tomes, of Keystone Heights;
sister, Cheryl Garrett of Swains-
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::$4000 down perfect credit
.,:not needed. Call Doyle
352-372;,4663
FORECLOSURE, land and
'home. Like new, 2BR/
B:2BA on 2 83 acre, small
;..pond $59,900 or $3,000
,,;,own, $499/mo 904-
259-4663.
j"BUY USED MOBILE
'"'HOMES, cash paid im-
K:, mediately 904-259-4663,
,,.Jared orGreg

.6JSED SINGLE WIDE,
''great shape. Includes
',.,set up, delivery $15,900.
:,,Wayne Frier Macclenny
,.Factory outlet. Call 904-
S259-4663.
REMODELED FORECLO-
:,SURE, like new 3BR. on
1 acre. $49,900 or $3,000
down $499/mo. Call 904-
259-4663.
"FAV FIVE" 5 lot models
S$10K off. all includes fur-
''niture, and decor. Won't
.:last, first come, first
n serve. Call 904-259-4663,
Wayne Frier Macclenny
''Factory outlet.
PALM HARBOR, 32x80
--;A4BR/2BA. Only $475/mo.
.,904-783-4619.
WILL MOVE FOR FREE.
2012 double-wide 3BR/
2BA. Only $39,900. Call
.' 904-783-4619.

DOLLARS AND DEEDS,
can get you a new home
-''fbr only $275/mo. 904-
i*783-4619.
RIEE DELIVERY, 4BR/
.. BA, only $22,900. Call
"904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED,
%irl warranties apply,
i-dB/2BA. Only $275/mo..
,: 804-783-4619.
yS.ED 16X80 $9,500. Will
movee for free. Call 904-
783-4619.
SINGLE WIDE, 14X70
_BR/2BA. $1,200 down,
8195/mo. 904-783-4619.
CREDIT SCORE 10%
own on your, choice of
elect new 3BR/2BA or
4BR/2BA doubles. Limited
timp offer for challenged
credit. North Pointe
Homes, 352-872-5566.
NEW JACOBSEN model
homes sale. 13 left with
up to $25,000 off. Don't
buy until you shop North
Pointe Homes. 4545 NW
-3'3th St. Gainesville call
52.-872-5566.


Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
ove-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac
feat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


NEW 3BR/2BA JACOBSEN
home. Starting at $43,995
Painted, walls-del-set-
AC-skriting-and steps
North Pointe Homes-441
N. Gainesville call 352-
872-5566.
OWN YOUR PROPERTY?
No money down with
good credit. Great rates
available North Pointe
Homes, 352-872-5566
SEVERAL BANK REPO'S
and used homes in stock,
at North Pointe Homes,
352-872-5566.
$0 & A DEED is all you
need to purchase a new
manufactured or modular
home. Call today! Don't
wait. 904-772-8031
GOVERNMENT LOANS,
for Mobile homes. Limited
time only. EZ approval
over the phone. Call now
904-772-6941.
WE WILL BEAT, the price
on a comparable home.
Guaranteed! Call us to-
day, Clayton Homes of
Jax. 904-772-6941.

50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
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-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the mbnth. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT. on lake. For informa-
tion call 352-473-7769.
Senior citizen discount.
KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/
1BA SWMH/ with addi-
tion. 1 acre fenced, paved
road. $525/mo. first, last,
sec. 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
'$650/mo. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
_473-0464.


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AUCTIONS
Lic. Real Estate Broker
Call JOHN

352-494-6051


RENT TO OWN RV. Re-
tired downsizing Ideal for
single person or couple.
$500 down, $600/mo.
all utilities included. Call
Larry 912-222-2328 or
Jim 352-895-3709.
KEYSTONE WHITE SANDS
LAKE, 3BR/2BA. approx
2,000 sq. ft. $850/mo. call
904-708-6591.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house Island kitchen,
granite counters, tile
floors, gas fireplace,
Jacuzzi tub. 2 car ga-
rage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1050/mo.
$1,050/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.

LAKE LOVERS & FISHER-
MEN: Modern 3/2 house
on Sampson Lake in-
cludes killer view, boat
launch, canal, dock, deck,
screened dock house,
huge kitchen, laundry
room, lawn mainte-
nance, central heat &
A/C. $1,000/month. 904
964-4005.
LAKE SANTA FE cottage.
2BR/1BA. secluded,
beautiful view. washer/
dryer, yard service in-
cluded. $800/mo. Call for
more details. 352-468-
2386.
2BR/1BA BLOCK. HOME,
CH/A, W/D hookup. 4
miles west of Starke city
limits. $500/mo, first, last,
$300 security. Avail. Nov.
1st. Call 904-964-3604.

1BR/1BA old single wide.
Home is on nice wooded
lot in Melrose. $285/mo.
plus $125 deposit. Call
386-684-2505 or cell 386-
336-5848.
4BR/2BA. double wide,
Sampson City. $700/mo.
&.$500 security deposit.
Contact Michael @ 904-
813-9282.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA. DW close to
town, walk to school.
$600/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
FOR RENT with/ option to
buy. Small 3 bedroom 1
1/2 bath, large enclosed
porch, two acres. Backs
up to UF sanctuary. 925
State Road 26. 1/4 mile
west of SR 100 and SR
26 intersection. Available


first of the November.
$750/mo. $300 deposit
small pets only. 352-473-
0267.
2BR/1BA for one or two
people, $575/mo $575
security. Service pets
only Call 630-901-5949
ONE Bedroom mobile like-
new inside on private
land. Fully furnished,
$325/mo. 352-473-
5745.
STARKE, 3BR/1BA SW,
outside city limits, $500/
mo. plus $400 deposit.
Call 352-235-6319.

3BR/2BA. CH/A. Starke
area, $550/mo. plus se-
curity. Call 904-964-6445
for more information.
4BR/2BA DWMH off CR.
221. CH/A. Dishwasher,
big yard, service ani-
mals only. $675/mo. plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.

2BR/2BA SWMH on Griffis
loop. Quite area. CH/
A., service animals only.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
3BR/1 BA COTTAGE off Wal-
nut St. on Washington,new
appliances. $575/mo. plus
deposit. Call 904-533-
2210 or 904-613-6871.

DUPLEX in Lake Butler.
Call 386 496-2630 Mon-
day-Friday 8:00 am to
4:00 pm.
UNFURNISHED wood
house 2BR/1 BA. Located
301 north in Highland.
$450/mo. plus $450 se-
curity deposit. 904-289-
7876.
STARKE 3BR/1BA large
eat in kitchen, all new
cabinets and appliances,
separate utility room w/w/
d hook up, freshly painted
with new carpet and vinyl,
great for couple or small
family. Immediate occu-
pancy, references, service
pets only, no smoking.
near hospital. $675/mo.
$675 security. Call 904-
662-3735 or 904- 964-
5295 please leave mes-
sage if no answer.


52
Animals & Pets
BOSTON TERRIER pup-
pies for sale. $300 firm,
please call Brandi for
more information call 352-
468-3278.

53A
Yard Sales
HAMPTON HOUSE DAY
CARE huge yard sale, in-
side and outside. Fri 2pm
6pm Sat. 8am.-2pm.
Division Ave. in Hampton.
toys, seasonal, kitchen
items, books, children's
clothes, everything on
sale must go. New direc-
tor, opening soon Every-
thing must go! thanks,
Water's family.
ESTATE SALE, Sat. 8am.-?
1619 Raiford Rd. Starke.
SAT ONLY 8am.-4pm. 7556
NW. CR. 229A. Many
varieties of items includ-
ing clothes, household,
baby stroller, baby swing,
antiques, collectibles, and
many extra's.
SAT. 8AM.-12PM 1007 Pow-
ell St. Clothing-men's,
women's, misses & plus
sized, infant, household
items, books, etc.
HUGE GARAGE SALE,
Thurs.Fri.Sat. 8am.-3pm.
7774 SE State Road 100,
Starke.

MEGA HUGE SALE- starts
Thurs. Nov. 1st. sale will
be held,Thurs. Fri. Sat. for
the next several weeks,
starting Novlst. 9am.-
5pm. 16 West to 229A @
Heilbronn Springs Baptist
Church one mile on 229A.
Look for signs and tents.
Shop closing and Yard
sale. Gift shop closing af-
ter 10 plus years in Jack-
sonville. Over 1100 sq. ft.
Set up and will continue
sale for several weeks.
Many unique items no lon-
ger available. Some items
that are available: col-
lector plates, NASCAR,
Indian dolls, mandellas,
dream catchers, wind


Only 549 mth
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Call for current
MOVE-IN SPECIALS!
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Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal

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Email: setrighthomes@yahoo.corn
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*All units have additional outside storage Full carpehng and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and healing Custom cabinets
SAmple parking One story only- no stairs to climb
*Lovely landscaping Patos & Porches for outdoor living
SConvenient laundry facilities

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Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352 43-3682 o ^uosiO
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNITY
. This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider-and Employer.


AUCTION
Real Estate &
Personal Property -
Cliffside Mansion &
Cottages, 216+/- Acre
Country Estates, Offered
in 17 Tracts in Carroll
County and Galax, VA.
Long frontage on New
River Trail and Chestnut
Creek. Guaranteed to
Sell Over $699,000.
November 8, 10 am -
Personal Property;
November 9, 10 am
Personal Property, Real
Estate sells at NOON.
Sale held On-Site-Tract
7, 506 Cliffview Road,
Galax, VA 24333. 5%
Buyer's Premium on
Real Estate, 10%
Buyer's Premium on
Personal Property. For
more information, go to
woltz.com or call Woltz
& Associates, Inc,
Brokers & Auctioneers,
(VA# 321) Roanoke, VA,


(800)551-3588.

Education
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
TRAINEES
NEEDED! Online
Training with SC Train
gets you job ready
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Financial Services
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chimes, solar yard items,
Michael Ricker Pewter.
China & punch bowls,
vinyl & porcelain dolls($5-
$150) furniture, Murano&
Roseville Thimble collec-
tion (400 pieces). Large
chicken & frog display,
Large knife & sword dis-
play, good used furniture,
lamps. Much much more.
Cash and credit cards
accepted.
LARGE FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. Sat. all day 8am.-?
20084 NW SR.16 brick
home on left 1/2 mile
n'tth 'f Morgan Rd. Lots
of children's clothes, boys
and girls, all sizes. Gold's
gym treadmill and lots of
household items. Family
is moving and must sale.
Look for signs

54
Produce
PECAN BARN 2 miles
East of Starke on SR
16. Buy, sell and crack.
Wed.-Sat. 10am.-6pm.
904- 964-4399.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
I WANT TO BUY your bro-
ken or unwanted washing-
machines, electric dry-
ers, refrigerators, upright
freezers. Cash paid, 904-
964-2966. 904-813-4074,-
Ed's Appliances.
57
For Sale
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must seel!! paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
AMANA refrigerator/freezer
w/ice maker, great condi-
tion (black). $175. Double
ceiling fan(Hunter Breeze)
call for price. 352-473-
9094.


JOHN DEERE TRACTOR
750, some accessories.
Ceramic tile, freezer, ex-
ercise equipment. 904-
769-1018.
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 pow-
er chair, new wheels,
new batteries, new hand
controls. Good condi-
tion, $1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Harma
Power lift for $599. 352-
468-2877.
GUN SHOW Green Cove
Springs, Clay County
Fairgrounds Oct. 27 &
28, Sat, 9-5, Sun 9-4. e
GunTraderGunShows.
com 352-359-0134.

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.

65
Help Wanted.
SECRETARY for property
preservationist needed,
computer knowledge a
must. Send resume to
chad.willhite@att.net or
fax 352-473-0094.
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
O'STEEN BROTHERS is
looking for pipe layers and
skilled equipment opera-
tors. Section 3 qualified
(low-income) applicants
are encouraged to ap-
ply. O'Steen Brothers
is an equal opportunity
employer. 352-376-1634


Out of Area Classifieds


For Sale
LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SET. In original
plastic, never used. Orig
price $3000, Sacrifice
$975. Can deliver. Call
Bill (813)298-0221

CHERRY BEDROOM
SET. Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in
factory boxes. Original
cost $4500. Sell for
$795. Can deliver. Call
Tom (407)574-3067

Help Wanted
Drivers HIRING
EXPERIENCED/
INEXPERIENCED
TANKER DRIVERS!
Earn up to $.51/mile!
New Fleet Volvo
Tractors! I Year OTR
Exp. Req. Tanker
Training Available. Call
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Drivers. Top 5% Pay &
Benefits. Need CDL
Class A Driving Exp
(877)258-8782
www.drive4melton.com

Experienced OTR
Flatbed Drivers earn
50 up to 55 cpm
loaded. $1000 sign on to
qualified drivers. Home
most weekends. Call:
(843)266-3731 /
www.bulldoghiwav.com
EOE

Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for
hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified
Housing available


PROPERTY MANAGER
for Apartment Com-
munity.An established
property management
company is seeking a
seasoned, professional
Property Manager for an
RD complex. They must
be highly skilled at com-
munication and working
in an organized manner.
Outgoing personalities
are preferred. We of-
fer a competitive salary
and an excellent ben-
efit package, including a
401(k). On site apartment
a possibility. Please send
resume to csaunders@
hallmarkco.com .
RETIRED PERSON needed
to drive me shopping and
Dr. appt. Please call 904-
964-7953.
BRADFORD TERRACE 808
S. Cdlley Rd. Starke, FL
is now accepting applica-
tions for CNA's, LTC ex-
perience required. Apply
in person or Fax resume
to 904-964-1497 DFWP.
EOE.

BRADFORD TERRACE 808
S. Colley Rd.Starke, FL
32091 is now accepting
applicationsfor LPN's &
RN's. Duties to include
long term careexp. pre-
ferred. Apply in person or
fax resume to 904-964-
4446 DFWP. EOE.
THE NEW RIVER Solid
Waste Association is
seeking qualified appli-
cants for the position of
Equipment Operator. Re-
sponsibilities will include
operation of a variety of
heavy.equipment in addi-
tion to screening wastes
for removal of unauthor-
ized materials. Experi-
ence in the operation and
maintenance of heavy
equipment and/or landfill
operation experience is
desired. Employee will
be required to complete


M E D IC A L
CAREERS begin
here -- Train ONLINE
for Allied Health and
Medical Management.
Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial Aid
if qualified. SCHEV
authorized. Call 888-
203 -3 1 79
www.CenturaOnline.co
m
OTR DTivers
Wanted
Drivers/ Class A
Flatbed. GET HOME
WEEKENDS! Up to
39/mi, Late model
equipment & Big
Miles! lyr OTR Flatbed
experience, (800)572-
5489 x227, SunBelt
Transport

TIRED OF LIVING
PAYCHECK TO
PAYCHECK? There's
great earning potential


CALL Aviation Institute
of Maintenance
(866)314-3769
NURSING CAREERS
BEGIN HERE GET
TRAINED IN
MONTHS, NOT
YEARS. FINANCIAL
AID IF QUALIFIED.
H O U S I N G
AVAILABLE. JOB
PLACEMENT
ASSISTANCE. CALL
C E N T U R A
INSTITUTE (877) 206-
6559

AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for
hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if i*alified
- Housing available
CALL Aviation Institute
of Maintenance
(866)314-3769


a Landfill Operator and
an Inmate Supervision
course within 6 months
of employment. Gradu;
ation from high school or
GED needed. Valid Com-
mercial Driver's License
with a minimum Class D
preferred. Salary range
will vary based on experi-
ence. Applications can be
picked up at the Adminis
traction Office at New Biver
Regional Landfill Monday
through Friday 7'00 a.m.
until 5:00 p.m. The landfill
is located on State Road
121,2 miles north of Rai,
ford, Florida. Deadline for
applications will be Thurs-
day, Nov. 1,2012, at 4pm:
For further information,
call 386-431-1000. New
River Solid Waste is i
drug-free workplace; drug
testing will be required.
NRSWA is an Equal Op-
portunity Employer.
PRN POSITIONS, ER
Clerk. Days, nights, &
weekends. Exp. required.
OR/RN Circulator For fur-
trer information, please-
visit our website: www.
lakebutlerhospital.com'
386-496-2323 ext 258,
fax 386-496-1611. Equal
employment opportunity?
drug free workplace.







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Schools &
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TRAINING! Train
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Careers at
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assistance after
training! HS/GED'
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FOREST PARK APTS

OF LAKE BUTLER

Now Renting Lovely 1 & 2 BR
Units in a country setting
Close.to town, rental assistance avail.
to qualified applicants. Office hours
Mon., Wed., & Thurs. 8am-12pm-,&"'
lpm-5pm. Call Susan at 386-496-
3439 for more information.
TDD#1-800-955-8771
Equal Housing Opportunity 1

Call 386-496-3439 ,,


FLORIDA
GATEWAY
COLLEGE

ADJUNCT INSTRUCTORS
SPRING TERM 2013

COMPUTER SCIENCE
Energetic, outgoing, and detail oriented
candidates needed to fill adjunct
Computer Science Instructor position.
Must.be able to TEACH ON CAMPUS
during the day. Master's Degree in
Computer Science or related
educational/instructional technology field
required. Email resume/ transcripts to
Pamela.carswell(fqc.edu

ENGLISH
English adjunct needed to teach during
the day. Master's in English required or
18 graduate hours in English plus
master's in related area. Contact Tim
'Moses at tim.moses(@fqc.edu

HISTORY
History adjunct needed to teach during
the day. Master's in History required or
18 graduate hours in History plus
master's in related area. Contact Tim
Moses at tim.moses(,fqc.edu

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

DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS
Bachelor's degree in mathematics,
engineering, secondary mathematics
education, or other related field.
Requirements include morning and/or
early afternoon availability for on-
campus courses. Contact Carrie
Rodesiler at 386.754.4413 or
carrie.rodesiler@fqc.edu for more
information.

College application and copies of
transcripts required All foreign transcripts
must be submitted with a translation and
evaluation. Application available at
www. fc .edu
FGC is accredited by the Southern Association
ofColleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education & Employment


FLORIDA
u GATEWAY
COLLEGE


ACADEMIC ADVISOR
POSITION #: P99993
Assist students with the-selection of a'
major; assist students in career
development; track students'
progression toward a degree; develop
and implement retention strategies for
high risk students. Requires Master's
Degree in Student Development,
Counseling, Psychology, Education,
or related fields, plus two years
experience in advising, counseling,
teaching, or related area. Knowledge
of human growth and development
theory; career counseling and
advising theory; multicultural
differences and needs; differences in
personalities and learning styles and
interpretation of achievement tests.
Skill in communication, written and
verbal; able to use computer for work
Microsoft Word, Excel, and
programs necessary for advising and
tracking students. Ability to work well
with others in a team approach; to
work with a diverse population of
students; to work with faculty and
outside community leaders; and to
plan, organize, and'attend to details
on all paperwork. Desirable
Qualifications: Experience with
community college or non-traditional
students; academic advisement, and
career counseling. Experience with
Florida's state rules and regulations -
such as Gordon Rule and Bright
Futures
Salary: $37,500 annually, plus
benefits
Application Deadline: 11/2/12
College employment application
required. Position details and
applications available on web at:
www.fqc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386)'754-4814
E-Mail: humanr(fgqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and
Employment


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,Ralph Pletcher
FT. WHITE-Ralph Edwin
Pletcher, 82, died on Wednesday,
Oct. 3, 2012, at his home in Ft.
White. He was born in Roseville,
Ohio, to the late Raymond & Nellie
(Baughman) Pletcher. He lived
in Ft. White for the past 33 years,
having moved there from St. Cloud.
He retired from Florida Power and
Light after working with them for
30 years. He is preceded in death
by: his parents; and wife, Phyllis
Pletcher.
He is survived by: daughters,
Kathy Grill of High Springs and
Karen (Roger) Redding of Lawtey;
sons, Keith (Cyndi) Pletcher and
Kevin (Becky) Pletcher, both
of St. Cloud, and Kent (Beth)
Pletcher of Corpus Christi, Texas;
15 grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren; and 22 great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on Oct.
6 in the chapel of Gateway-Forest
Lawn Funeral Home with Pastor
Justin Kirksey officiating. Interment
was in Forest Lawn Memorial
Gardens in Lake City. Gateway-
lorest Lawn Funeral Home was in
charge of the arrangements.


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Walter Sharron, Jr.

Walter Sharron, Jr.
GAINESVILLE--Walter
Harvey Sharron, Jr., retired Vice
President for Development at
Santa Fe College and a pioneering
national advocate for community
college resource development, died
peacefully, surrounded by family,
on Oct. 18, at Mayo Clinic Hospital
in Jacksonville. He was 72.
Mr. Sharron was born in
Graceville, the only son of a farmer,


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Lessie Toole Sharron. After earning
a degree from the University of
Florida, he married Sandra Warren,
his high school sweetheart,and setup
permanent residence in CG ,ini, I..
He then attended the College of
Law at the University of Florida and
later earned a master's degree in
education from the same institution.
He also completed advanced studies
at UF's College of Education and at
Middle Tennessee State University
in Murfreesboro. Mr. Sharron was
a member of Florida Blue Key, Phi
Gamma Delta and Phi Alpha Theta
Society of Professional Historians
at the University of Florida.
He started his career in education
at the University of Florida,
where he worked in the Office of
Academic Services and then served
as Assistant to Dean of Men and
Advisor to Fraternities.
In 1968, Mr. Sharron began his
work at Santa Fe College, where
he created the Office of Financial
Aid and became its first director.
He then establiised the Office for
Development, where he served
as the country's first community
college director, dean and vice
president for development for more
than 40 years. He. and his team
secured millions of dollars through
grants that were used to develop
many of the' college's signature
programs and also raised millions of
private dollars to establish endowed
scholarship funds providing


hundreds of student scholarships
each year in perpetuity.
Mr. Sharron's efforts as executive
director of the Santa Fe College
Endowment Corporation and
Foundation were known nationally
and viewed as an ideal model for
community college foundations
throughout the country. Through his
vision and work with the foundation
board, he created more than five
education centers and multiple
programs with private funds for
Santa Fe, including the Andrews
Center in Starke, the Blount Center
in Gainesville, the E.L. Mathews
Historical Museum in Starke, the
Sharron Geological Field Station
in Newberry, the Lillian Stump
Building in Starke, the Spring Arts
House in Gainesville, the Davis
Center in Archer and the Watson
Center in Keystone Heights.
He volunteered with countless
civic organizations and charities
and at the First Baptist Church of
Gainesville, where he was a member
for more than 50 years. He served
as a lieutenant governor of Kiwanis
and was a founding member and
president of Gator City Kiwanis
in Gainesville. He was a member
of the board of directors of the
Samaritan Center for North Florida.
He was also founding member of the
board of directors of both the United
Citizens Bank of Alachua County
and First National Bank of Bradford
County. He served on the board of
the North Florida Retirement Village
for 11 years and led as chairman of
the board for three years.
Mr. Sharron is survived by his
wife of more than 48 years, Sandra
Warren Sharron, his only daughter,
Kristina Sharron Enos, and her
husband, Matthew Enos, of New
York City, mother-in-law Irene
Warren of Gainesville, sisters-
in-law Sherry McNeel of Tampa
and Connie Liles of Tallahassee,
nephews Jarrett and Warren Liles,
great-nephews Luke and Joshua
Liles and great-niece Juliet Liles, all
of Tallahassee.
A Service of Remembrance will
be held at First Baptist Church
of Gainesville, 14105 N.W. 39th
Ave., on Friday, Oct. 26, at 10
a.m. Interment will be at Springhill
Cemetery n Graceville in a private
ceremony-to be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
to the W. Harvey Sharron Jr.
Scholarship Fund may be made
online at www.sfcollegefoundation.
org, or by mailing a check to Santa
Fe College Foundation, 3000 N.W.
83rd St., Gainesville, FL 32606.
Memorial donations may also
be made to 'First Baptist Church
of Gainesville online at www.
fbcgainesville.net, or by mailing
a check to First Baptist Church of
Gainesville, 14105 N.W. 39th Ave.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.


Arrangements are under the care
of Milam Funeral and Cremation
Services.
PAID OBITUARY

Thomas Siemer
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Thomas David "Tommy" Siemer,
61, of Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012 at Haven
Hospice of Orange Park.
At his request, no service will be
held.
Tommy was born Dec. 3, 1950,
in Jacksonville to Otto and Eloise
Siemer.
He is preceded in death by: son,
Tommy Siemer; parents, Otto and
Eloise Siemer; and brother, Fred
Siemer.
He is survived by: son, Shaun
Siemer; daughter, Tamara Siemer;
sisters, Angela Smith, Wanda (Ray)
Fayo, and Rebecca (Van) Dubolsky;
and brother Rex (Rita) Siemer.
Condolences may be sent to 6304
Little Lake Geneva Road, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656.

Letha Todd
LAKE BUTLER-Letha Ellis
Todd, 78, died Monday, Oct.22,
2012, at Haven Hospice near Lake
City after an extended illness.
She was born in Waycross, Ga.,
and lived most of her life near Lake
Butler. She was the daughter of the
late Charlie and Annie Dale Smith
Ellis. She was a homemaker and a
member of Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs.
She is survived by: husband,
Sidney Todd of rural Lake Butler;
daughters, Shirley (Jeff) Taylor,
Lanita (Lonnie) Combs, Janice
(David) Kelley all of Lake City;
sons, Sidney E. Todd of Lake
Butler, George (Kathy) Todd of
Lake City, Dean Todd of Ga.,
Charles (Helen) Todd of Ludiwici,
Ga.; sister, Annette Seay of
Worthington Springs; brothers, Odis
Ellis of Brooker and Charlie Ellis of
Ellisville; 16 grandchildren; and 24
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012, at 11
a.m. at Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs with Rev. Paul
O'Steen officiating. Burial will
follow at Elzey Chapel Cemetery
near Worthington Springs.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.

Mabel Williams
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mabel
Lucille Williams, 73, of Keystone
Heights died Thursday Oct. 18,
2012, at Shands Starke. Mrs.
Williams was born on Feb. 15,
1939, in Morgantown, W.V.. to the
late Pete and Harriett (Hammonds)
Roberts.


Mrs. Williams was a CNA.
In 1983 she moved to Keystone
Heights from Mount Pleasrant, Pa.
She was a member of Abundant
Life Church. Her son Charles Davis
preceded her in death.
She is survived by: sons, David
Williams, Johnnie (Marie) Gates,
Carl Gates, Ernie Williams, Eric
Williams, Mark Williarhs,and Brian
Williams, all of Keystone Heights;
siblings Gloria Jean Slaughter,
Carina Rose, Don Roberts, Donna
Akins, all of Pennsylvania; 'and
Georgia 'Lyonias of Washington
state; several grandchildren and
great-grandchildren; and father of
her sons, Ernest E. Williams Sr. of
Tennessee.
There will be a memorial service
held at a later date. In lieu of
flowers the family has requested
contributions to please be made to
Haven Hospice of the Lakes, 6400
St. Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home.

Cliff Yarbrough
LAKE BUTLER-Cliff
Yarbrough 83, of Lake Butler died
at the Veterans Administration
Medical Center in Gainesville on
Wednesday Oct. 17, 2012. He was
born in Raiford, the son of the late
Johnny and Ruby Rosier Yarbrough.
Cliff was a veteran in the Merchant
Marines.
He was preceded in death by: his
sister, Juanita Mulhing; brother, Leo
Yarbrough. He was a member of the
First Baptist Church of Raiford.
He is survived by: his daughter,
Cheryl (Gregory) Lee Elwood
of Lake Butler; son, Cliff
Edward Yarbrough; and three
grandchildren.
Memorial Services were held
Oct. 22 in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler, with
Rev. Casey Yarbrough officiating.
Burial will follow at a later date.




The family of Aubrey
Twiford Sr. would like to
express our sincere
thanks and appreciation
for the many acts of
kindness and sympathy to
Bayless Highway Baptist
Church, the employees of,
The Bradford County
Telegraph, military
family, and many friends:
in Bradford County.
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Clay or Union
The follow ing individuals'
N\cre arrested recently\ h\ lo-
cal lax\ enforcement officers in
i.idfiord, Union or Cla (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
Emily Ain Adkins. 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
18 by Starke police for resist-
ing an officer, possession of


nmtri jtuna. p s'.e' inn of drugs
tand iv.o lounitil '! p session of
dtmL eqtLipm nt. ln,.l \'i as set ati
$ I .o O ) .J .he n..;, ;, injail
at pru- time.
amnuel Reese Bo\. 18. of
Stake \\as arrested ()c. 19 h\
Starke poliicke wor iriiing \\ith a
suspcntded rcxlkcd or o\pircd
license. Bnd \\as, set at S1,000
and he \\ as released (ct. 20.
Willie T\ rell Coleman. 23. of
I a\\ tc\ \\as arrested Oct. 17 b\
-l:.,i~. i1rd deputies Ior assault.


Bond was set at S5.000 and he
\\as released Oct. 17.
William K\le ('omhee. 20. o)1
lake Butler \\as arrested Ocit.
21 by Bradford deputies for a
traffic offense and possession of
liquor h\ an under-agecd person.
ond \\as set at S2.0)(0 and he
w as released Oct. 21.
John Curr\. 35. ofl Kc\stone
Heights \\as arrested Oct. 22 b\
Cil, deputies for possession of
less than 20 grams of cannabis
and possession of drug para-


phernalia.
B\ron l.ashane Demps. 37.
of( Ke\stone Heights \as ar-
rested Oct. 20 h\ Starke police
for drix ing with a suspended. re-
\ ked or expired license. Bond
\\vas set at $500 and he \\as re-
leased )ct. 21.
Ton\ E. Dovec. 47. of Ma\-
ville was arrested Oct. 22 h\
Bradford deputies for a proba-
tion violation He remained in
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Matthew Echelherger, 33. of


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'Malr\ in ('arl Erlandson. 34, ol
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by Union deputies for failure to
register as a sex offender.
Jerron Devontre Gray, 19,
was arrested Oc.t 18 by Union
deputies for a sex offense.
Tyrone Jamal Hartz, 29, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
22 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond- was set at
$4,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Matthew Keith Hedrick.,34,
of lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 18 by Union deputies for
kidnapping, resisting an officer,
trespassing, child neglect, con-
tempt of court, interfering with
the custody of a minor and bur-
glary.
Willie Clifford Hill, 47, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 22 by
Starke police for two counts of
withholding support. Bond was
set at $3,401.61 and he was re-
leased Oct. 22.
Anthony Nelson Howard, 20,
of Hampton was arrested Oct.
17 by Starke police for battery
and for driving with a suspend-
ed, revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $6,000 and he
was released Oct. 18.
Christopher Johnson, 23, of
Starke was arrested by Clay dep-
uties for violation of probation.
Patricia Ann Jordan, 60, of
Raiford was arrested Oct. 18 by
Union deputies for cruelty to-
ward a child.
Danielle Elise Leland, 26, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 16 by
Bradford deputies for larceny
and dealing in stolen property.
She was released Oct. 23.
Cornell Madison Lovett, 57,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 22 by Bradford deputies for
withholding support. Bond was
set at $13,240 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Arthur Nicholaus McNel-
ley, 35, of Lawtey was arrested
Oct. 19 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He re-
mained in jail at press time.
Barry Layne Moore, 50, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 22
by Bradford deputies for.battery.
He was released Oct. 22.
Christopher Allen Nazworth,
26, of Interlachen was arrested
Oct. 19 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was re-
leased Oct. 19.
Ian Seth Queen, 27, of Lawtey
was arrested Oct. 20 by Starke
police for a traffic offense. He
was released Oct. 20.
Ricky Lee Robbins, 30, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 22 by
Bradford deputies for two counts
of failure to appear. Bond was
set at $80,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Hester Christina Rosier, 38,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 20
by Bradford deputies for a pro-
bation violation. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
Oct. 20.
Mamie E. Smith, 67, of Law-
tey was arrested Oct. 22 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. She was released Oct.
22.
Krystal. Lashawn Troutman,
27. of Starke was arrested Oct.
22 by Bradford deputies for bat-
tery. Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released Oct. 23.
Chipley Robert Turner, 19,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 17
by Starke police for possession
of marijuana and possession of
drug equipment. Bond was set
at $2,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Dennis D\way ne Tyler, 45, of
Starke w\as arrested Oct. 17 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana and for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
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and he was reJeased Oct. 18.
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