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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 100H YEAR 38TH ISSUE 75 CENTS
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.Noting

Notice to
parents of
LBES students
The Lake Butler Elementary
SSchool will have a practice
lockdown drill today, Jan. 17,
which will be conducted by
the UCSO and Emergency
Management. Similar lock down
drills will be performed within a
few weeks at the Middle School
and High School. Emergency
vehicles will be in the areas of
the school during these training.
Parents need not be alarmed
during the drills.

T a I en t
sought for
Bradford Fest

Showdown
Show off your talent at the
Santa Fe College Bradford Fest
Talent Showdown on Saturday,
Feb. 23.
There are several ways, to
enter, including paying the $150
sponsorship fee; or paying $50
and selling a specified number of
program ads or tickets; or selling
a total of 22 adult tickets. Tickets
will be sold for $7 a piece, and
proceeds benefit Bradford' Fest's
mission to ,raise money for Santa
Fe scholarships.The competition
is open to all surrounding areas
and serves as a step in the
audition process for the' annual
Suwvannee River Jam.
The top three talent showdown
contestants will move on to the,
final auditions for a chance to
perform at the Su\%annee RiVer
Jam, in- addition to other prizes.
Enter by Feb. 15. Talent show
. application forms are available
at the Santa Fe College Andrews
Center, or call or email Cheryl
Canova at 352-395-4410 or
ch6ryl.canova@sfcollege.edu 8
a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday- through
Friday.
The showdown will take place
at 6 p.m. in the Bradford High
School auditorium.


Social Club
dance
The Lake Butler Social
Club will have a dinner-dance
Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
Potluck dinner is at 7 p.m. and the
',music starts at 8 p.m. Admission
is $7 .for members and $8 for
guests. For more information,
call 386-496-4530.



Classes
offered at
Library
Basic computer classes for
adults are offered at the 'Union
County Public library on Tuesday
mornings from 10 a.m. to noon
through January.
Basic money management
workshops for adults are offered
at the library on Wednesday
mornings from "10 to 11:30 a.m.
through January.
Books for your eReader are
available through the library's
webpage at www.newriver.lib.
*fl.us.
The bookmobile is aVailable al
-various stops around the county
on Tuesday and Thursdays.
Visit the webpage for a schedule
or call the library at 386-496-
3432 for more information.


Lake Butler residence damaged b)


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
A structure fire damaged a-
Lake Butler home last Thursday
after a fire started in the area of
the kitchen.
Billy and Gale Melvin, whose
house is located off of C.R. 238
just outside the city limits, were
in Baker County at a veterinary
appointment with their pet at the
time of the blaze.
Their neighbor Clay Driggers
noticed the smoke and an
unknown red truck at. the
residence. The owner of the red
truck noticed the fire and ran to
door knocking loud to be sure no
one was in the home. Driggers
called 911 and attempted to
contact the homeowners but was
unsuccessful. He then traveled
to a nearby relative of the
homeowners to inform them of
the fire. ,


Union County Station 5
responded to the fire with Ken
Owen, Mark Hughes, Rob Koch
and County Fire Chief Mitch
Andrews along with Union
County. EMS Randy Jeter and
Chip Clemons. Florida Forest
Service Officers Mark Hamlin,
Jeremy Park and Austin Thomas
also responded.
The flames were put out
leaving most of the home in tact
but still severely damaged by
heat and smoke. The fire made
it into the roof before it was put
out. The ,couple were able to
recover some of their belongings
but lost several items to include
essential medical supplies.
Mrs. Melvin said that that she
could not say enough about the
people who responded to the fire
and how thankful she was to all
.of them. Mr. Melvin said that
the resoonders saved items in


Middle School

science, Fa"

success"






Land fll. elim n -.










(L-r) Placing 1st at the Lake Butler Middle School Science
Fair in biological sciences was JD Johnson. Placing 1st
In physical sciences was Mariah Griner who was also
named the Grand prize
overall winner. ^ 3 ,
overll inne. See Science Fair page 21


Landfill eliminates

audit issues


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Having corrected some linger-
ing issues of concern to auditors,
the New River Solid Waste As-
sociation audit .for the year end-,
ing Sept. 30, 2012 contained no
adverse comments.
The association's net assets,
or reserves, totaled nearly $31.6
million, with $11.2 million of
that being unrestricted and avail-
able to meet obligations to cus-
tomers, member counties, 'cred-
itors and escrow requirements.
More than $6.2 million of unre-
stricted assets are earmarked for
long-term care costs following
landfill closure, with additional.
amounts set aside for disposal
'cell construction and equipment
purchases.
Net assets were up by more
than $1.2 million over the priors
year due to increased revenue.
Tipping fee revenue was up
around 6 percent.
According to auditor Lora
Douglas of 'DDF CPA Group,
the only debt the landfill has to
speak of is its long-term care and


closure requirements. With ex-
pensive projects down the line,
reserves wjill be needed to fund
them if' the landfill wants to
avoid borrowing money.
"I think you should be com-
mended for being able to do
these projects, do the construc-.
tion yourself without borrowing
money," Douglas said.
Total operating expenses were
up from $4.1 million to $5.7
million, primarily due to the
set-aside of money for landfill
closure and care. Personal ser-
vice costs were up slightly, but
materials, supplies and operating
costs were down.
Issues from prior audits had to
do with how thie landfill board
handles waivers for waste dis-
posal costs as well as a plan for
what would happen with assets
i and liabilities were the board to
be dissolved. Douglas said the
board did a great job of address-
ing those issues.
A separate audit addressed es-
crow for landfill closure, which
ended the year at $9.33 million,
up from $9.17 million. This ex-


Fire


the home that meant a great deal Mr. Melin is retired from the situations.
to the couple to include arn oil military with 25 years of service. Donations can be mailed in
painting Mr. Melvin purchased Melvin has several awards from care of their neighbor at 15713
when he was in Germany in the Department of Justice and. West S.R. 238, Lake Butler,
1970. Federal Bureau of Prisons for 32054..
his assistance in hostage/crisis
(Above) The flames began
in the area of the kitchen.
Other areas of the home
were damaged by heat and
smoke. .. : ...:
(At left) The kitchen win- ' "' "" -
dow was broken during the :.. .. .. .
fire.
(At right) Homeowner Billy J.:, '; '
Melvin had several awards, .1,
displayed on the wall. Only -
a few remained hanging E lip .
after the incident. U5E : ,


School Sal


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

In response to the tragedy
in Connecticut last. month,
Governor Rick Scott informed
all school' districts to review
emergency" :procedures 'and
devise methods for enhancing
security in Florida schools.
According to Superintendent
Carlton Faulk and Union
County Sheriff's Office Lt. Lyn
Williams, the Union County
School District responded to the
governors request by reviewing
all emergency plans and adding
additional security to the already
in ,place safety and security
practices actively enforced.
"We are fortunate to have the
close working relationship and
Support of the Union County
Sheriff's Office and Emergency
Management as well as a full
time resource officer assigned to
the schools. Together, we have
A updated all of the drill procedures
- to ensure their effectiveness.
The UCSO has performed
security sight surveys of the
schools, checking for locked
doors and evaluating teachers


ceeded the minimum required
funding by $1.76 million. The
increase was due to interest and
investment income, not deposits
by the board.'
Revenue from interests and in-
vestments is a fraction of what it
used to be since the board brought
its deposits into compliance with
Florida law, which is conser-
vative in the handling of public
funds. Nevertheless, Douglas
said the association might want
to .consult with someone who
could advise how to make those
deposits more profitable while.
complying with the law.
Some other highlights of the
year:
The landfill's required con-
tribution to the state retirement
plan was nearly cut in half to just
under $45,000 because the state
required employees to contribute
3 percent from their paychecks.
Cell 6 construction was com-
pleted for $5.3 million.
Levy County continued its
disposal contract though Sept.
30, 2024.

See Audit page 2A


fety, top priority in UC


and their reactions concerning
safety. In addition, patrol of the
school grounds and the areas
surrounding the schools has been
increased," said Faulk. '"
SThe UCSO constantly trains
on safety and security to include
.school safety. According to
Williams, the UCSO deputies
receive not only local training
but also attend classes outside of
the county.
"Some of the surrounding
counties only train,, special
units in specialty training.
The UCSO "trains, the entire
department to ensure that every
working individual possesses
the knowledge and ability to
handle any type of situation. We
certified the entire department
in active shooter and building
clearing a few years ago and have
scheduled additional training in
this area soon," said Williams.
"Safety in our schools has and
will always be our top priority,"'
said Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
The Lake Butler Elementary
will have a practice- lockdown
drill today, Jan. 17, which will
be conducted by the UCSO
and Emergency Management.
Similar lock down drills will be


performed within a few weeks
at the Middle School and ,High
School. 'Emergency vehicles
will be in the areas of the school,
during these training. Parents
need not be alarmed during the
drills.
Some of the safety and
security practices continuously
implemented in Florida schools
include:
In, 2001, the Florida
Legislature passed the Safe
Passage Act requiring every
district to have a clearly directed
safety and security program
that includes comprehensive
plans withAinput from parents,
community representatives, local
emergency agencies, teachers,
staff, and students. Each year,
districts must assess and update
their emergency plans using a
comprehensive assessment tool.
In 2003, the- Florida
Department ofEducation adopted
a statewide policy detailing
school preparation and response
to emergencies and threats of
violence. The department's
office of safe schools works with
districts to implement safety


See Safety page 2A


Union County High School's Mike Fletcher was
presented an award by the UC student government
earlier this month, thanking him for his dedication to
technology development at UCHS. (Picture provided by
the High School yearbook teanr)


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(Above) Participants of the science fair included (Back
row, I-r) Balianne Crews, Allyson Ash, Taylor Beatty,
Madison Rimes, Hunter Dang, Lauren Eaton, Deanna
Olin, Sydney Snowden, Noah Wright, Ridge Smith, Ty
Hamilton, Timber Underhill, Lane Griffis,; Karlie Wilson,
Mariah Griner and Tryee McDonald. (Middle row, I-r)
Ashley Harris, J.D Johnson, Mark Rose, Balianne Crews,
Julio Morales, Conner Beighley, Wesley Courson, Erica
Faulkner, Tiesha Archer, Trace Croft, Azariah Blocker,
Savannah Douglas, Kayla Weeks and Sam Warren.
(Front row, l-r) Angela Shope, Mason Wilkerson, Blake
Harrell, Madison Gibson, Chamberlain Gibson, Kensley
Hamilton, Audyn Woodington, Gage Hendricks and
Chase Crawford.

(At left) Top Physical Science Awards were presented to
(front row, I-r) SamWarren and Savannah Douglas. (Back
row, I-r) Tryee McDonald, Mariah Griner, Lane Griffis,
Karlie Wilson and Timber Underhill.

(Below) Top biological science awards were presented
to (back row, I-r) Hunter Dang, Madison Rimes, Taylor
Beatty, Allyson Ash, Balianne Crews, and Lauren Eaton.
(Front row, I-r) Ashley Harris, JD Johnson, Blake Harrell,
Angela Shope, Mason Wilkerson and Taylor Carroll.


Would you like to knOw
what kind of water makes the
best sweet tea? Pr, if playing a
video will relieve acute pain'?
How about if blood pressure
increases when you listen to rock
music.- These are just few of
the questions asked in this years
2013 middle school science fair..
Thirty-seven Lake Butler
Middle School students spent
most of their day nervously
interviewing with judges who
were from Union and Alachua
counties hoping to be the best in
their science category. Thirteen
of those students will move on
to the Regional Science Fair, in."
February, :
Awards were presented to the
students in front of their parents
and their fellow students on Jan.
10.
The 1st place biological
sciences awards were presented
to: JD Johnson (who ,was also
awarded best overall), Mason


AUDIT.
Continued from Page 1A

A change in California reg-
ulations stalled the landfill
gas-to-energy project being con-
ducted as a new source of reve-
nuefor the association.
A $2.35 surcharge on Ala-
chua County's tipping fee was
instituted after an 18-month
waiver. Funds are being depos-
itedin escrow for future landfill
construction. There ha; been no
progress in discussions to extend
the county's contract beyond
2018 and potentially eliminate
the surcharge.

In other business:
Officers on the association
board remain unchanged for the
coming year, with Baker Coun-
ty's Mark Hartley as chairman,
Bradford's Eddie Lewis as vice
chairman and Union County's
Wayne' Smith as secretary'trea-
surer.
Construction of the gas flare
system is substantially complete
and employees were ready to
begin training, according to Joel


SAFETY
Continued from Page IA

objectives including: Limiting
school entry points, inspecting
school grounds daily for
suspicious persons, establishing
communication procedures for
alerting parents and enhancing
police patrol of campus during
,peak times of traffic and activity.
"We will continue working
with the UCSO and Emergency
Management to make sure that
all the kids are safe in Union
County," said Faulk.


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Wilkerson, Allyson Ash and
Ashley Harris.
Students awarded 2nd place
included: Hunter Dang, Angela
Shope, Madison Rimes and
Lauren Eaton.
Placing 3rd were: Taylor
Beatty, Blake Harrell, Taylor
Carroll and Balianne Crews.
The I'st place physical science
award winners were: Mariah
Griner, Lane Griffis and Karlie
Wilson.
Placing 2nd were: Timber
Underhill and Sam Warren.
Awarded 3r' place were:
Savannah Douglas and Tryee
.McDopald. .. ... .. .
Griner was named the overall
winner in physical sciences
and the 2013 science fair grand
prizewinner.
Some of the other participants
of the science fair included:
Deanna Olin, Sydney Snowden,
Noah Wright, Ridge Smith, Ty
Hamilton, Mark Rose, Julio


Woolsey from Jones, Edmunds
and Associates, who provided
the monthly engineering update.
For regulatory consistency,
permit approval from the Flori-
da Depalment of Environmen-
tal Protection for facilities like
New River has been central-
ized in Tallahassee,, he ported.
This is considered a positive for
New River Regional Landfill.
Woolsey said they, have a good
relationship with the state after
working at that level on multiple
projects.
The next permit will be for the
slope modification on an exist-
ing landfill cell, which will' be
receiving excavated waste from
another cell and then closed.
The area being excavated will be
used for future expansion. How-
ever, because the process had al-
ready begun prior to Jan. 1, the
FDEP state office will work with
the district on this last permit.
Finally, Woolsey addressed
the need for a borrow pit on an


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Wesley Courson, Erica Faulkner,
Tiesha Archer, Trace Croft,
Azariah Blocker, Kayla Weeks,

as yet undevelbped portion of
New River's property known
as Phase II. Connecting the de-
veloped portion of the landfill
with this new area will require
road and bridge construction, but
this won't be for the borrow pit
alone. Eventually, waste dispos-
al will move to the Phase II area,
which consists of adjacent acre-
age acquired from the state.
According to the audit, con-
struction of Cell 7, scheduled to
begin in 2014, is estimated to
,,cost $7.6 million. This final cell
on the Phase I property is.an un-
derfunded commitment, along
with the commitment to permit,
develop and construct the borrow
pit for future daily cover. 'Phase
II development is projected to
cost $11 million.
A change in easement was
approved. Clay Electric lines
-will be moved so the association
will have unobstructed access to
its Phase II site.
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Madison Gibson, Chamberlain
Gibson, Kensley Hamilton,
Audyn Woodington, Gage
Hendricks and Chase Crawford.

proved for Southern Lawn Care,
which has the contract for lawn
maintenance at the landfill. A
stipulation was included in the
original bid for a 5 percent in-
crease in the second and third
year, but was overlooked at the
time the bid was approved. The
difference adds about $800 to the
cost of the annual contract.
The board will piggyback on
a Union County bid from APAC
for roadwork related to installa-
tion of a new scale. The cost will
total just under $13,000. Bids for
lime rock and sod were also ap-
proved.
The association's website,
www.nrswa.org, has been updat-
ed. In addition to general infor-
mation, budget and audit infor-
mation has been included.


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School Nev


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:
Cailynn Boggs, Toby Bowles,
Hailey Britt, Jessica Brooks,
Chloe Chohan, Dailynn Croft,
John Dekle, Chevy Doughman,
Reghan Dukes, Nolan Gibson,
Yasmine Givens, Bryanna
Gunter, Kileigh Hall, Johniya
Henderson, Faith Holmes,
SJasmine James, Tom Jenkins,
Darien Jones, Sierra Lackey,
Thomas McBride, Breanna
Melton, Jolene Moore, Hyacinth
Nielson, Anna Pearl Norton,
Shamira Perry, Shane Smith,
Teagan Terrell, Seth Thomas,
Ashlynn Turknett and Kiona
Williams.
Monday, Jan. 21, there is no
school for the Martin Luther
King Jr. holiday.
Tuesday, Jan. 22, there is no
school. It is a teacher workday.
Pre-orders for the 2012 2013
LBES yearbooks are still being
accepted. The price is $30. Cash
or checks accepted. Make checks
payable to LBES. Order forms
are available in the office.
Achieve 3000, also known
as Kid Biz 3000, is a powerful,
proven, differentiated online
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 skills 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.
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 the username and password.
www.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.
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)
The 50-point book club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the accelerated
reader program. Students that
have earned 50 points and
maintained an average of 80
percent or higher will have their
photos displayed in the cafeteria
and receive a special medallion
at the 4t' nine weeks ceremony..
'Gold seals will be placed on the
photos of the students each time
they reach 100 points.
The newest 50-point book club
members are: Josie Croft, Macy
Malphurs, Victoria Polbos and
Alisa Ridgeway.
The newest '100-point book
club member is Jaci Patrick.


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Lake Butler Middle School
The SWAT county tobacco
free partnership meetings are
scheduled for every early release
day at the Lakeside Community
Center. This is opportunity for
county partners to come together
and discuss the.county's concerns
regarding tobacco-issues. Lunch
is provided at each meeting. All
are welcomed to attend. The
meeting begins at 1 p.m.

Union County High School
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 class of 2013
will meet on Monday, Jan.
28, at 6:15 p.m. in the Union
County High School library to
vote on activities and upcoming
fundraisers.


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Noting J


Project GRAD
meeting set
Project GRAD class of 2013
will meet on Monday, Jan.
28, at 6:15 p.m. in the Union
County HighlSchool library to
vote on activities and upcoming
fundraisers.

"-
Early Learning
Coalition
meetings set
The Early Learning Coalition
of Florida's Gateway, Inc.,
executive/finance committee
meeting will be held on Monday,
Feb. 11, at 3 p.m.
The quality committee meeting
will be held on Friday, Feb. 15,
at 3 p.m.
The board meeting will be held
on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 9 a.m.
The office is located at 1104 SW
Main Blvd.in Lake City.
The. 'coalition administers
the- state and federal funding
for all school readiness and
voluntary pre-kindergarten
(VPK) programs for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee,
and Union. Community
participation and input
welcomed. If any persons)
is interested in attending this
meeting has a disability requiring
special assistance contact Stacey
Nettles at 386- 752-9770.

Historical
Society


Smith named presentation
School on Miller
Related Community
mp l oy f A historical presentation
m vt. eG -- will be given at the historical
Year museum located on Main Street
Tina M. Smith was recently in Lake Butler on Mon. Jan. 28,
named the school related at 7 p., concerning theMiller
employee of the year for Union community, which is now known
County High School, as the Harmony Freewill Baptist
.Smith graduated from UCHS Church area in western Union
in 1995. She has been married County. Correspondence from
for 17 years and has 2 children. the community still listed the
Smith has worked with the school as Blair as late.,as.1911.
Union County School District The school has 6 pupils. By 1920,
Ufor 5 yr sthe school was referred to as the
for 5 years. .'
"I'started working at theschool Miller School. Descendants of
the Rev. H.S. Miller who bought
board office as a receptionist the store at Blair in 1906wxiH give
in 1996 and did so for 2 years. hestoreatBlainn 906wilgive
Afterward di wso 2 ya the presentation. Please plan to
Afterwards, I was a stay-at-
home mother for 10 years.- I attend this very informative and
returned to work at UCHS in historical presentation. Everyone
returned to wor is welcome.
.... -_. I_ _.. .F., is welcome.


I u u as truancy secretary. I mten
took the job of the Principal's
secretary, which now includes
multiple duties. Along with the
many responsibilities I have, the
best part of my job is the people
I work with. My co-workers are
like family and they are the best
group of people. It is really great
to have a job when you enjoy the
people around you," said Smith.
/.When Smith is off the job, her
obbies include spending time
with her family, shopping, and
going to the movies.


on forage production and the
Bermuda stem maggot.
The Union, Baker and Bradford
County Extension Services will
be offering a Tri-County forage
update on Thursday, Jan. 24,
beginning at 6 to 8 p.m. at the
Lake Butler Community Center
in Union County. Register by
Jan. 21, to reserve your place
at this meeting. Special guest
speaker will be Dr. Ann Blount.
Registration will begin at 5:45
p.m. with presentations starting
promptly at 6 p.m.
This program will have a
sponsored meal at no cost to you.
Contact your local county agent
or the Union County Extension
Office (386) 496-2321 for
additional details.
SPersons with disabilities
needing special accommodations
should contact the Extension
Office at least 10 working days
prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request.


23rd


Annual


Tri-County

Pesticide
Update
The Union, Baker and
Bradford County Extension
Services will be offering an
annual tri-county pesticide
update on Feb. 5, beginning at
5 to 9 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center in Union
County. -Register by Feb. 1,
to reserve your place at this
meeting. Special guests speakers
will include Barton Wilder, UF/
IFAS Extension Agent Alachua
County, Nick Dufault, UTF/IFAS
Plant Pathology Specialist, and
Dr. Susan Webb, ASO Professor,
UF/IFAS Entomology and
Nematology. -
Registration will begin at 5
p.m. with presentations starting
promptly at 5:30 p.m.
The-cost is $10 for early
registration' and $15 for- late
registration, which will include
price of meal. Contact your
local county agent or the Union
County Extension Office (386)
-496-2321 for additional details.
Persons with disabilities needing
Special accommodations should
contact the Extension Office
at least 10 working days prior
to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request.. '' : '


Garden


Club


Alligator Creek Garden Club on
Thursday, Jan. 17, beginning at
6:30 p.m. (program at .7 p.m.),
at the Bradford County UF IFAS
Extension Service, located at
2266 North Temple Avenue
(highway 301) in Starke.
The program is called
"Vericulture." Vermiculture is
described as raising earthworms
for composting and soil
amendments. The speaker is Evie
Pankok of Duval County Florida
Yards and Neighborhoods
Program.
For more information contact
Pat Caren at 352-485-2666 or
email her at pmrc423@a"ol.
com or go by or call the IFAS
Extension office at
904-966-6299.

Tri-County
Beef Update
The Bradford, Baker and
Union --County Extension
Services will be offering a Tri-
County beef update on Jan. 17,
at 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. at the New
River Volunteer Fire Department
in Bradford County. Register by
Jan. 14, to reserve your place at
this meeting. Topics presented
will include information on
agriculture damage assessment
and a beef cattle production
panel. Special guests include the
University of Florida's Dr. Todd
Thrift, Extension Beef Cattle
Specialist and Dr. Jason Ferrell,
Extension Weed Specialist.
Registration will begin at 5:45
p.m. with presentations starting
promptly at 6 p.m.
This program will be
sponsored to offset any costs
so be sure to register by Jan.
14. Contact your local county
agent or the Bradford County
Extension Office 904-966-6224
for additional details.
Persons with disabilities
needing special accommodations
should contact the Extension
Office at least 10 working days
prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request


Dial-a-Story
Children can hear a. story by
calling 386-496,2542. Dial-a-
story is a free telephone service
provided by the Union County
Public Library. Stories are
appropriate for young children
and are changed weekly. For
more information call 386-496-
3432. -


program set
Everyone is invited to ioinm the


Babe Ruth sign Colon Cancer Screening


upset
Baseball sign ups for spring
9vill be held at Spires IGA, from
9 a.m. to noon on every Saturday
through Feb. 2. No exceptions
on the deadline. T-ball cost will
be $60, and $80 for all other
divisions. There will be a rally
day and picture day on Saturday,
March 9. For more information
contact Steve Lynch at slynch@
bmequipment.com



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4A "THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES


UCT LEGALS 1/17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO. 63-2011-C'A-000038
MIDFIRSTBANK
Plaintiff,
V,
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
GRANTEES, DEVISEES, LIENORS,
.TRUSTEES, AND
CREDITORS OF JAY WINEGARD
A/K/A JAY ARTHUR WINEGARD,
'DECEASED; CHRISTOPHER
JAY WINEGARD; UNKNOWN
TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT
2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER OR AGAINST THE ABOVE
NAMED DEFENDANTSS, WHO
(IS/ARE) NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIM AS
HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, SPOUSES OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE .
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant
to- the Summary Final Judgment of
Foreclosure entered on October 24,
2012, and the Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale entered on January
2, 2013, in this cause, in the Circuit
Court of Union County, Florida, I will
sell the property situated in Union
County, Florida, described as:
-COMMENCE AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE EAST
LINE OF THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 15,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 1f
EAST, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
AND THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY
LINE OF SR 239-A, THENCE RUN
NORTH 03 DEGREES 04 MINUTES
59 SECONDS WEST 540.00
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
85 DEGREES, 45 MINUTES 51
SECONDS WEST 344.36 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 02 DEGREES
56 MINUTES 34 SECONDS WEST
299.98 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE
NORTH 02 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
36 SECONDS WEST 300.06 FEET;
HENCE NORTH 85, DEGREES-
46 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST
171.91 FEET; THENCE. RUN
SOUTH 02 DEGREES 58 MINUTES
31 SECONDS EAST .300.05
FEET; THENCE RUN SOUTH
85 DEGREES 46 MINUTES 35
SECONDS WEST 172.08 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO A 30 FOOT
EASEMENT FOR INGRESS AND
EGRESS OVER AND ACROSS A
PARCEL OF LAND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE EAST
LINE OF THE EAST -1/2 OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 15,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF UNION COUNTY, FLORIDAAND
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY OF
-SR 239-A, THENCE RUN NORTH
03 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 59
SECONDS WEST 540.00 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 85 DEGREES
45 MINUTES 51 SECONDS WEST
344.36 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 02 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
36 SECONDS WEST 600.04 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING;
THENCE RUN NORTH 85 DEGREES
46 MINUTES 35 SECONDS EAST
186.92 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 02 DEGREES 58 MINUTES
31 SECONDS EAST 300.05 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 85 DEGREES
46 MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST
30r01 FEET; THENCE RUN NORTH
02 DEGREES 58 MINUTES 31
SECONDS WEST 270.05 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 85 DEGREES
46 MINUTES 35 SECONDS WEST
156.92 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 02 DEGREES 56 MINUTES
36 SECONDS WEST 30.01 FEET
STO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME ATTACHED
THERETO.
a/k/a 7304 S.W. 63RD TRAIL, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, on the South
side steps of the Union County
SCourthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, Union County,
Florida, at eleven o'clock
a.m., on February 21, 2013.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of,
the date of the lis pendens must file
a claim within 60 days after. the sale..
Dated at Lake Butler, Florida; this
2nd day of January 2013. ,
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A.
12425 28th Street North, Suite 200
St. Petersburg, FL33716
Telephone No. (727) 536-4911
Fax No. (727) 539-1094
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH
.A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS
ANY ACCOMMODATION IN
ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN
THIS PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO YOU,
TO THE PROVISION OF CERTAIN
ASSISTANCE. PLEASE CONTACT
386-496-3711 (VOICE) .OR 904-
374-3639 (VOICE OR TDD) OR VIA
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE AT 800-
955-8771.
1/10 2tchg 1/17-UCT
NOTICE
The Union County Board of County
Commissioners will be accepting
sealed bids on a wood chipper
that has been declared as surplus
property. You may view the chipper at
the Union County Road Department,
386-496-2180. Please mail or bring
the sealed bid to the Board Office
located at '15 NE 1st Street, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. Bids will be
accepted until January 22, 2013 a1
10:00 a.m.
1/102tchg 1/17-UCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION'COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2011-CA-000046
FANNIE MAE ("FEDERAL "
NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION")


Plaintiff,
vs.
WINSTON RADHAY; SANDY
RADHAY; UNKNOWN PERSONS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Reschedulind
Foreclosure Sale dated Jauary 9,
2013 and entered in Case No. .63-
2011-CA-000046, of the Circuit Court
of the 8TH Judicial Circuit and for
UNION County, Florida. FANNIE MAE
("FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION") Plaintiff and
WINSTON RADHAY; SANDY
RADHAY; UNKNOWN PERSONS)
IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY;. are defendants. I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for-
cash IN THE FRONT LOBBYOF THE
COURTHOUSE, at 55 WEST MAIN
STREET, LAKE BUTLER in UNION
County, FLORIDA 32054, at a.m.,
on the 21 day of February, 2013, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
THAT PART OF BLOCK 13, J.W.
TOWNSEND ADDITION, TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
ACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1,
PAGE 8, PUBLIC RECORDS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: -
COMMENCING AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER tOF SAID
BLOCK 13, AND RUN SOUTH 85
DEGREE 36 MINUTES 50 SECONDS
WEST, ALONG THE NORTH
BOUNDARY OF SAID BLOCK 13,
A DISTANCE OF 249.52 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 47 MINUTES
40 SECONDS EAST,- PARALLEL
WITH THE EAST BOUNDARY OF
SAID BLOCK 13, A DISTANCE OF
277.37 FEET. MORE OR LESS, TO
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
CENTERLINE OF SILVER RUN;
T'HENCE RUN NORTHWESTERLY
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE OF
SILVER RUN, A REFERENCE
BEARING OF NORTH 35 DEGREES
58 MINUTES 40 SECONDS WEST
A REFERENCE OF 108.23 FEET;
THENCE CONTINUE RUNNING
NORTHWESTERLY CONTINUING
ALONG SAID CENTERLINE OF
SILVER RUN, A REFERENCE
BEARING OF NORTH 37 DEGREES
24 MINUTES 52 SECONDS WEST
AND A REFERENCE DISTANCE
OF 86.84 FEET, MORE OR
LESS TO THE INTERSECTION
WITH THi'E EAST RIGHT OF
WAY LINE' OF SOUTHEAST 5TH
AVENUE;. THENCE RUN NORTH
02 DEGREES 16 MINUTES 00
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
EAST RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
SOUTHEAST 5TH AVENUE, A
DISTANCE OF 112.59 FEET, MORE
OR LESS TO THE INTERSECTION
'WITH SAID -NORTH BOUNDARY
OF BLOCK 13; THENCE RUN
NORTH 85 DEGREES 35 MINUTES
50 SECONDS- EAST, ALONG SAID
NORTH BOUNDARY OF BLOCK 13,
A DISTANCE OF 108.36 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
A person claiming an interest in the
surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must file a
claim with 60 days after the sale,
Dated this 11 day of January, 2013.
Kellie Hendricks Connell
Clerk of Courts
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy-Clerk
This notice is provided pursuant to
Administrative Order No.2.065. In
accordance with the Americans with
SDisabilities Act, If you are a person
with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 55 West Main Street,
Rm.103, Lake Butler, Fl 32054, Phone
No. (352)374-3648 within 2 worling
days of your receipt of this notice or
pleading; if you are hearing impaired,
call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD); if you are
voice impaired, call 1-800-995-8770:
(V) (Via Florida Relay Services).
Kahane & Associates, P.A.
8201 Peters Road, Ste.3000
Plantation, FL 33324 ,
Telephone: (954) 382-3486
Telefacsimile: (954) 382-5380


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NOTICES


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Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized.

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estate vehicles, collectibles...


I JAN. 25: Coin auction. Urncirculated, graded gold,, key date
morgans, proofs, MORE...

I JAN. 26: Antique store liquidation. Florida Porch Antiques
I (700 block Main St. Leesburfg)

I JAN. 28: Real estate restaurant auction. 19 restaurant
Properties, owner retiring (4135 S. Suncoast Blvd [US 19] Homosassa
IFEB. 3: Antique & Collectibles 500+t Lotsl Fresh estate items,
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TAX DEED # 63 2012-TD-0003
Notice of Application for Tax Deed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
David J. Crews, the holders) 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 #: 148 YEAR OF
ISSUANCE: 2009
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: 32-
05-19-00-000-0011 -Q
'LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
All that part of the North 1/2 of the
North 2 of Section 32,' Township 5
South, Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida, lying West of the right of way
for a forestry management grade road
known as Road 17-A (a 60 foot wide
right of way) LESS AND EXCEPT the
West 1,758.27 feet of the said North
1/2 of the North 1/2 of Section 32.
TOGETHER, WITH an easement
for- ingress and egress over and
across the 60 foot wide Road 17-A,
described as follows:
A 60 foot wide strip of land in Section
32, Township 5 South, Range 19 East,
Union County, Florida, lying 30.00
feet on both sides ofthe centerline
of an existing forestry management
grade road knows as Road 17-A, said
centerline being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said Sebtion 32, thence South 89
degrees 59 minutes 44 seconds West,
along the North line of said Section
32, a distance of 1,013.78 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence Southerly
along the said centerline of Road
17-A, through the following courses:
South 22 degrees 47 minutes 57
seconds East, 330.50 feet to the
Point of Curvature (PC) of a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 800.00 feet and a central
angle of 13 degrees 44 minutes 43
seconds, thence Southeasterly along
the arc of the curve, 191.92 feet to the
Point of Tangency (PT); thence South
09 degrees 03 minutes 14 seconds
East, a distance of 133.69 feet to
the PC of a curve concave to the
Northwest having a radius of 400.00
feet and a central angle of 49 degrees
59 minutes 19 seconds; thence
Southwesterly along the arc of the
curve, 348.99 feet to the PT; thence
South 40 degrees 56 minutes 05
seconds West, a distance of 411.32
feet to the PC of a curve concave
to the Southeast having a radius of
300.00 feet and a central angle of
38 degrees 01 minutes 15 seconds;
thence Southwesterly along the arc of
the curve 199.08 feet to the PT; thence
South 02 degrees 54 minutes 50
seconds West, a distance of 380.57
feet to the PC of a curve concave
to the Northeast having a radius of
290.00 feet and a central angle of
97 degrees 27 minutes 50 seconds;
thence Southeasterly along the arc
of the curve, 493.31 feet to the PT;
thence North 85 degrees 27 minutes
00 seconds East, a distance of 150.57
feet; thence North 68 degrees 34
minutes 30 seconds East, a distance
of 342.74 feet to the PC if a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 225.00 feet and a central
angle of 77 degrees 50 rhinutes 37
seconds; thence Southeasterly along
the arc of the curve, 305.69 feet to
the FT; thence South 33 degrees 34
minutes 53 seconds East, a distance
of 297.74 feet to the PC of a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 600.00 feet and a central
angle of 25 degrees 08 minutes 58
seconds; thence Southeasterly along
the arc of the curve, 263.36 feet to
the PT; thence South 08 degrees 25
minutes 55 seconds East, a distance
of 228.18 feet to the centerline of
State Road 238 and the end of the
said centerline.
LESS AND. EXCEPT that part of the
ingress and egress easement lying
within the right of way of State Road
238.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Dannv 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
21 st day of February, 2013.
Dated this 15th day of January, 2013.
Kellie Hendricks Connell
Clerk of Circuit Court
P Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
- contact (386) 496-3711.
1/17 4tchg 2/7-UCT


Become a

mentor
The Take Stock in Children
program in Union County is
looking for new mentors to
help change young lives in
the community. Take Stock in
Children in 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
the odds stacked against them,
with mentors who provide the
support, encouragement and
guidance they need to succeed in
school. Mentors meet with their
mentees for 30 minutes every
week on the school campus. All
it takes is a little time to make a
difference that will last a lifetime.
For more information on Take
Stock in Children, contact the
program office at 386-754-4392
or mailto:antonia.robinson@fgc.
edu.


Programs to

benefit Senior

Citizens of WS
Activity programs have been
set at the Worthington Springs
community center to benefit the
senior citizens of Worthington
Springs. Programs will be held
on Monday 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 1s' and 3rd
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.


Free Clothing EME

for 'the fam ily' HOURS: Mi
ai191 SW 128th Lane
There will be free. clothes Lake Butler, FL 32054 Sat8&
for "all of the family" on the cypresshollow@windstream.net
first and third Saturday of each
month, from 9:30 a.m. to noon
at Fellowship Baptist Church in I. i
Raiford right off Hwy-121 just --
before entering town. Follow the .
signs.


Host an

Exchange

Student


World Heritage Student
Exchange Program, a highly
respected, non-profit, public-
benefit organization, is seeking
local host families for high school
boys and girls from Scandinavia,
France, Germany, Italy,
Thailand, China, South Korea,
and the former Soviet Republics.
Students are already awaiting
word on their host families for
the 2013-2014 academic school
year (or semester). Host families
provide room, board, and
guidance for a teenager living
thousands of miles from home.
Couples, single parents, and
families with or without children
in the home are all encouraged to
apply.
The exchange students arrive
from their home country shortly
before the 2013/14 school year
begins and each World Heritage
student is fully insured, brings
his/her own personal spending
money and expects to bear
his/her share of household
responsibilities, as well as
being included in 'normal family
activities and lifestyles.
If you are interested in opening
your home and sharing your
family life with a young person
from abroad, call local Area
Representative Diana Capito
at 904-553-9172 or 1-800-
888-9040 (toll free). You can
also visit the website at wvww.
whHosts.com.



Rotary meet
The Lake Butler Rotary meets
weekly on Tuesday, at noon
at the First Christian 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.
\

American

Legion meet
The American Legion will
meet on Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7
p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in
Lake Butler.


on-Fri 9am-6pm .Jerry Croy
am-1:30Opm NRA & Certified Firearms Instructor
386-496-0092 l


AIRLINES ARE

HIRING


Train for hands on Aviation Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified Housing available.
CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance

866-314-3769


UCHA meets
2nd Monday
The Union County Housing
Authority will hold its, board
meetings on the second Monday
of each month at 6:30 p.m.
Meetings take place at the
housing authority's main office,
715 W. Main St., in Lake Butler
and are open to the public.


City of Lake
Butler meeting
The Lake Butler City
Commission meets the second
Monday of the month at 5:15
p.m. at city hall, 200 S.W. First
St. For more information, call
(386) 496-3401.


UCBCC meet
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners meets
on the third Monday of each
month at 7 p.m. The meetings
take place in the commission
meeting room located inside the
Union Cdunty Courthouse. For.
more information, call (386)
496-4241.
The upcoming rrfeeting will'
be held on Tuesday due to the
Holiday.


Raiford town
council
meeting
The Raiford. Town Council
meets on the second Tuesday of
every month at 5 p.m. at Raiford
Town Hall, located at the corner.
of S.R. 121 and C.R. 229 in
Raiford.


Worthington
Springs

council meet
The town council of
Worthington. Springs meets on'
the first Tuesday of every month
at 7:30 p.m. :
Meetings are held at the
Worthington Springs Community
Center, located on S.R. 121 in
Worthington Springs.


Worship ikJoe of the Cord...

Somewhere this wed!

\ The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to attend the church of your choice!


SMODlie nome
M71@0'. Service
Licensedck Bonded Insured Gayle Eddy
S20 y*, experienceCe11 352-494-2326
Contact us for alf yoUr mobile home needs,
repos, re-level & relocation Office: 386-496-2927 (Flx)
10237 SW 40th Terr Lake Butler FL 32054


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UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013


Seasonal flu, where to get flu vaccine


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
Influenza-like illness (ILl)
activity is increasing statewide
according to the Florida
Department of Health's (FDOH)
Division of Disease Control and
Health Protection. Reported
weekly, twenty counties in
Florida reported moderate
influenza activity for week one
of 2013.
Influenza, or flu, 'is a
respiratory infection caused by a
variety of flu viruses. The "flu"
is a common catch all term used
for a variety of illnesses, but
it correctly applies only to the
upper respiratory disease caused
-by the influenza virus.
An average of about'-36,000
people per year in the United
States die from inilliici.'.t and
114,000 per year have to be
admitted to the hospital as a result
of influenza ili, 'iin Ai n'
can get the l Iu. even lcilthi\
people,, and serious problems
from influenza can happen at
any age. People age 65 years and


older, people of any age with
chronic- medical conditions, and
very young children are more
likely to get complications from
influenza.
The Union County Health
Department offers the Seasonal
Flu vaccine, which also prevents
H1N1. Symptoms of H1NI are
similar to seasonal influenza.
The flu shots are $25.
Pneumonia shots are also
available and are $86. Medicare
Part B is accepted. N6
appointment is necessary.
The UCHD is open Monday
:liiiuth Friday from 8 to 11
a.m. and 1 to 4 p.m. ad is located
at -itPB East Main Street in Lake
B1ic *r. For more information call
I:N,- ''i-3211.
Flu shots can also be received
at i \ ", Pharmacy, which
accepts most insurance plans.
Cash, checks and credit cards
also welcome. The cost with
no insurance is $31.99. CVS
is located at 225 West Main
Street in Lake Butler. For more
information call 386-496-1685.


Flu vaccines are available to
eligible veterans until 'Friday,
Jan. 25. at any of the thirteen
North Florida/South Georgia
Veteran Health System facilities
if presently enrolled. Take your
VA ID card to your appointment.
If you already have a scheduled
appointment at the Gainesville or
Lake City Medical Center during
flu shot season, you can get you.
flu shot that day. For updates,
call 1-800-324-8387, ext. 3358.
Good practices found on the
UCHD's website include:
SCover your mouth and nose
with a tissue when coughing
or sneezing. If you don't have
tissue, cough or sneeze into your
sleeve, not your hands. It may
prevent those around you from
getting sick.
Wash your hands often.
Wash for 20 seconds using warm
water and soap. This will help
protect you and others against
germs.
Avoid touching your eyes,
nose or mouth. This will reduce
the risk of germs entering your


body if you come in contact with
something that is contaminated.
Practice good health habits.
Get plenty of sleep, be physically
active, manage stress, drink
plenty of fluids and eat nutritious
foods. Avoid smoking, which
may increase the risk of serious
illness if you do contract the flu.
Avoid close contact with
people who are sick. If you are
sick, keep your distance from
others to protect them from
getting sick, too.
For more'information on the
flu or flu vaccinations visit:
The CDC website at http://
www.cdc.gov
The FDOH website at www.
doh.state.fl.us
The UCHD website at http://
www.doh.state.fl.us/chdunion/
index.html
The CVS Pharmacy of Lake
Butler website at http://www.
cvs.com/stores/cvs-pharmacy-
address/225-West-Main-
Street-Lake-Butler-FL-32054/
storeid=5172


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Kristin Akers and Sammie
Bustrycki received the
shining star award at
last year's celebration of
abilitiesprom.


LBMS gifted

visit with

Headstart

The annual gifted Santa party
for the Union County Headstart
kids was held at the end of last
month at the Lake Butler Middle
School library.
Headstart children and
chaperones walked to the
middle school and were greeted
by the 5th thru 8th grade gifted
students who were dressed for
the occasion by wearing Santa or
elf hats.
They began' the festivities by
meeting their "big" kid friends
and enjoying a game of "Santa
says" led by 8th grader, Ty
Hamilton. Next, Ihey were
-treated to a story, "Bear stays
up for Christmas" read by 7th
grader Erin Stidham.
After having plates of sweet
treats and drinks, the children
gathered on the floor to sing
songs and pass out presents:


4th annual

celebration of

abilities prom

set

The 4th annual Celebration of
Abilities prom will be held on
Feb. 15, from 7 to 10 p.m. This
prom is a special celebration for
students of exceptionalities in
Union County.
The "Celebration of Abilities'"
name was originally created
by the FFEA president Kelsey
Harrison (2012/2013 Miss Union
County High) to let students
know that no matter what their
exceptionalities are, that they are
special.
This event allows the students
to celebrate their special abilities
and to have a special night that
is dedicated to them. This year's
theme is "Hollywood Red Carpet
Event."
"We would like to thank
the local businesses that have
supported this event in the
past and the support of Union
County School District. Some
of the donations have included
door prizes, food, trophies; gift
certificates and cash donations,"
said Tammy Harrison.
If any business or organization
is interested in helping with this
year's upcoming event, please
contact Tammy Harrison, Cathy
Griffis or Patsy Fortner at Union
County High School at 386-496-
4863. Any contributions are
welcomed.


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bA THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES


BY KAREN T. WENDELL
Special to the Times
Did you know the Girl Scout
cookie sale is the largest girl-
led business in the world? On
Jan. 12, thirty-eight girls from
the Bradford and Union County
Girl Scout troops participated in
the National Girl Scout cookie
sleepover.
Some of the girls who attended
were: Amber Wilson, Summer
Wilson, Alyssa Barr, Millinea
Jennrmings, Rachel Roper, Emily
Acevedo, Kelsey Wendell, Zoe
Fulton, Valerie Findley, Datein
Croft, Amber Taylor; Makayla
Thomas, Elaine Odom, Sabrina
Watkins, Megan Bonesio, Tiesha
SArcher, Azariah Blocker, April
Dukes, Victoria Ruby, Olivia
Smallwood, Kayla Kirby,
Michaela Wilson, Maggie Olive,
Amber Gunter, Taelar Bell,
Hailey Hollman, Hannah Fisher,
Kayla Varnes, Emma Perron,
Cheyenne Herring, Makenzie
Radford, Hannah Perron,
Cassie Taylor, Cassie Acevedo,
Alexandra Roper, Morgan
Green, Jordan Whitaker Katie
Smallwood and Ashley Jeffery.
SThey assembled at the
Little Rainbows Day Care
in Lake Butler with sleeping
bags, toothbrushes and high
expectations. They were
participating in the first event of
its kind. Girl Scouts throughout
the USA watched a 1-hour video
featuring sister Girl Scouts on
that night. They learned about
setting goals, successful business
strategies and heard from
several girls "and troops, who
had used their cookie money to:
establish a web site to increase
awareness of human trafficking,
get legislation passed at the state
level to protect puppies and to
say thank you to first responders
in their community.


National Girl Scout cookie slee over
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(Above) Girls participating in the National Girl Scout sleepover included (Back row,
)-r) Amber Wilson (hidden from view), Summer Wilson, Alyssa Barr, Millinea Jennings,
Rachel Roper, Emily Acevedo, Kelsey Wendell, Zoe Fulton, Valerie Findley and Datein
Croft. (Third row, I-r) Amber Taylor, Makayla Thomas, Elaine Odom, Sabrina Watkins, -
Megan Bonesio, Tiesha Archer, Azariah Blocker, April Dukes, Victoria Ruby, Olivia
Smallwood, Kayla Kirby and Michaela Wilson. (Second row, I-r) Maggie Olive, Amber -
Gunter, Taelar Sell, Halley Hollman, Hannah'Fisher, Kayla Varnes, Emma Perron, Chey- "- '-
enne Herring and MakenzieRadford. (Front row, I-r) Hannah Perron, Cassie Taylor, -
'Cassie Acevedo, Alexandra Roper, Morgan Green, Jordan Whitaker, Katie Smallwood ,
and Ashley Jeffery. l i
(At right) Maggie Olive writes down what shewants to try. "..."


Local girls were asked to write
down what they -cared about
and %yhat types of things they
might want to learn more about.
The girls cared about things
like animals, the homeless and


people's health. They wanted to
try skydiving and travel to other
'countries. What will local girls
do with their Girl Scout cookie
sale proceeds? Ask a girl! The
Girl Scout Cookie 'sale is in full


swing. Girl Scout Cookies will
,be sold in front of area businesses
from March 4, through 24. We
appreciate your support.


Newest UC
officials
The newest Union
County officials are County
Corhmissioner Willie Croft,
Clerk of Courts Kellie Hendricks
Connell and Tax Collector Lisa
B. Johnson. Outside of their new
positions, they are parents, life-
long Union 'County residents.
and more.


Croft is a lifelong resident of
SPalestine and a sixth-generation
Union County resident. He is the
son of Travis "Slim" and Joetta
Johnson Croft. His grandparents
were Willie and Pearlie Pearce
Croft. His wife of 20 )ears. Lara-
Shealy Croft, is also a lifelong
resident of Union County and
works at home schooling two of


their three children Datein. 13.
and Case. 8. Croft's oldest son.
Chaton. 17. is currentlN in I 1'h
grade and attends Union Counti3
High School. ,
Croft has already assumed his
responsibilities and attended his
first meetings as a commissioner
last month.


Connell is a life-long resident
of Union County and a graduate
of Union County High School.
Connell and her husband Jeremy,
have three boys, Tanner, Judd
and Tripp. She is a life-long
and active member of the Lake
Butler Church of Christ where
she teaches Sunday school.


Ta\ Collector Lisa B.
Johnson is a familiar face in
the tax collector's office but
in a new position. A life-long
resident of Union County, she
is the daughter of Clarence and
Carrie .Ford of Lake Butler and
John Burgess of Montgomery,
Alabama. 'A graduate of Union
County High School, Johnson
is married to Dennis "Nick"
Johnson. The couple has two
daughters who both reside in
Union County, Brittany Tetstone
and.Lacey Barnett. Johnson also
has six grandchildren. Johnson
attends the First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler.
All three of these positions
were held previously by three
individuals, Ricky Jenkins,'
Regina Parrish and Patsy
Elixson, who all began working
around the same time and served
for 20 years before retiring. I


&$arch


FUSE youth
worship Set
Christ Central of Lake Butler
will host a FUSE youth worship
night on Saturday, Jan. 19,
beginning at 6 p.m. Admission
is free. There will be a DJ, rap,
spoken word and dancing. The
church is located at 16045 SE
71st Trail. Pre-register at www.
FUSEjanl9th.eventbrite.com .


Santa Fe
Mennonite
Invitation
Santa Fe Mennonite Church
welcomes all to attend service on
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and the 1st
and 3rd Sunday of each month
at 6p.m. The church is located
at 4555 SW 107th Ave. Contact
386-984-'0938 or 352-339-2249
for more information.

Morningstar
welcomes all
Morningstar Baptist Church
invites everyone to come to
worship. The church is located on


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C.R. 18,one half mile west ofS.R.
121 and the C.R. 18 intersection
in Worthington Springs. Sunday
school begins at 10 a.m., Sunday
morning worship begins at 11.
a.m. and Sunday evening worship
begins


at 6 p.m. Wednesday evenings
there will be a covered dish meal
and fellowship at 6 p.m. Children
and adult bible study and prayer
at 7 p.m. For more. information
contact 386-719-2148 or email
revmadivine@bellsouth.net


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What are you seeking?.
Many things lead people to become interested in spiritual things.
Sometimes people become religious out of a desire for position,
recreational opportunities, social functions, etc. After Jesus fed
the five thousand we read of how the next .day people were
seeking Him (John 6:24): However, their reason for seeking
Him was simply to receive a meal (John 6:26-27). Today many
churches attempt to bring people in by offering them meals, etc.
Yet Jesus tells us what ought to cause one to come to Him is
being taught the truth (John 6:44-45). What we should be
seeking in religion is not a physical meal but a spiritual meal of
the words of eternal life (John 6:68). It is the gospel that has the
power to save (Romans 1:16). If you simply want to hear the
words of life, we would be glad to study with you or have you
visit.
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
Worship at 10:00 AM and5:00 PM on Sun.


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B Section Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013 FEATURES

CRIME
117F- .SOCIALS

EGIONA EW EDITORIAL

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



Milner set to retire after 37-year career in elections office


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
If it was something that could
be decided by a vote, Carol
Milner's co-workers at Bradford
County's supervisor of elections
'office would probably cast their
ballots to keep her around, but
Milner, the office's assistant
supervisor, is set to retire Friday,;
Jan. 25, after a 37-year career.
Terry Vaughan, who
has served as the county's
supervisor of elections since
being appointed to the office
b\ then Gov. Lawton Chiles in
1991, said he couldn't have been
a successful supervisor without,
Milner.
"She has been such an
institution and so well respected,
not only by our citizens, but by
her colleagues around the state,".
Vaghan said. She's been- a
wonderful friend and mentor.
We % ill miss her greatly."
Ililner knew this day was
coming when she enrolled in
tie Deferred Retirement Option
Program five years ago. Though
s'hhas her plans for life outside


of the office, you can also sense
it will be hard to say goodbye.
"I'm looking forward to
retiring," Milner said, "but I will
certainly miss aspects of this
office. It's been a part of me for
a long time."
Milner never envisioned
becoming such a fixture of
the office when she was hired
by in December 1975 by then
Supervisor of- Elections Neva
Fly nn. As a 1971 Bradford High
School graduate who didn't go to
college, Milner said she wasn't
necessarily "career minded."
'"I just always said, 'I need a
job,'" She said,

'-A job becomes a
longtime career
Milner's first job after high
school was as a -receptionist
and clerk at the University of
Florida's College ofArchitecture
and Fine Arts, which today
exists as two separate entities.
She worked there for two years,
followed by a year working at
the UF math department.
"The three years I worked


at the University of Florida, I
never owned a car," Milner said.
"'I always had to commute with'
someone else. Of course, back
in those days, everyone pretty
much carpooled. There were
quite a few people who worked
in Gainesville."
It was while working at UF
that Milner got married. Her
husband, Bob, who would go on
to become the sheriff of Bradford
County, worked the night shift at
one of the area prisons. Plus, his
days off were during the week,
while Carol Milner worked
Monday through Fridays and
had the weekends off.
"We saw each other maybe
one hour a day," she said.
Therefore, it was eventually
decided that maybe a job in
Starke would work out better.
At the time, Milner's parents,
Charles and' Juanita Hardy, and
her sister, Charlene Francis,
worked at the Bradford County
Telegraph, so she went to work
there as well.
"I was a typesetter," Milner
said. "I guess I did that for


approximately six months."
Milner also worked a few
months for the Register ,Oil
Company and a few months for
Curtis Sanders. Then, a woman
who worked for Flynn in the
supervisor of elections office,
was set to move to Alabama
with her husband, whom Milner
knew because he worked for
the Office Shop, adjacent to the
Telegraph. Milner's name was
referred to Flynn.
One day, Flynn called Milner
and said she understood she was
looking for ajob.
"After we talked, she said,
'When can you start?' I said,
'Anytime.'.. That's how it
began--Dec. 1, 1975," Milner
said.
She remembers her very
first task-typing the names of
all the registered voters in the
county on labels, which were
then separated and placed into
a box. The box was delivered
to the clerk of the court's
office. (By law, the 'supervisor
of elections office provided the
clerk of the court with the names
of registered voters so that so
many could be selected for jury
duty.)
At the time Milner began
.working in the supervisor of
-elections office, the clerk of the
court's office is where candidates
went to qualify. The only thing
the supervisor of elections office
did was to register voters..
"It was really the clerk of the
court's duties to actually oversee
the election itself," Milner said.
"When I came in at the end- of
'75, it was still somewhat that
way." (Within a couple of, years
of working there, Milner saw
the supervisor of elections office
eventually be given all elections
responsibilities.)


Carol Milner, who began working intthe Bradford
County Supervisor of Elections office in December
1975, will retire after Friday, Jan. 25.


In those early days, the only
.way someone could register to
vote was to physically go to the
supervisor of elections office.
Milner remembers using a
manual typewriter at the counter
to.type a person'sinformation on
the necessary forms. When that
was done, the person registering
would raise his or her right hand
and take an oath.
"Of course, the largest, I
guess, voter registration .we
have now is through the driver's
license," Milner said, "but We
still occasionally get people
coming into the office to register
for the first time."
The manual t1 pet ritlr was
one of hto typewriters in the
' office at the time-the other was
electric. That was as high tech as


it got prior to the computer age.
Milner remembered how the
electric typewriter sat on Flynn's
desk, which was adjacent to
Milner's.
"When I needed to type,
(Flynn), of course, would have
to get up from her desk," Milner
said. "We would just flip."
After voter registration'forms
were typed, utilizing carbon
paper to make several copies,
they were placed into large
binders. There were binders, for
example, for the different voting
precincts. If a person also lived
inside a municipality, his or her
information would go into a
municipality binder as well ,as a

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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013


More to Bradford County's 'Rosie' than many suspect


As a mitigation
specialist, Rosalie
Bolin has been
involved in some
of Florida's
most notorious
criminal cases.
.BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
Few Bradford County
residents can say that they've
been contacted by talk shows
hosted by celebrities like Ricki
Lake, Anderson, Cooper or Katie
Couric, but Rosalie Bolin has
heard from all three recently,
although she has no plans to
follow up with any of them.
SBolin has worked on some


of Florida's niost notorious
criminal cases. In her role as
a mitigation specialist, she
investigates alL aspects of
the life of a defendant who is
facing the death penalty. She
suspects recent media interest
was sparked by the Jan. 19
release of Lifetime Television's
movie about the trial of Casey
"Anthony,\who was accused of
murdering her young daughter,
Caylee. Having served as a jury
consultant in that case, Bolin
was prepared to transition to
mitigation specialist during the
sentencing phase if the trial had
resulted in a conviction.
Although Bolin has lived
in Bradford County for seven.
years, many residents- are not
aware of her unusual occupation.
"I'm just Rosie to the people
who know me," she says.


Rosalie Bolin works at her kitchen table.


After two years of staying in a
local motel when work brought
her to Starke to meet with clients
at Florida State Prison or Union
Correctional Institution, Bolin
learned of a peaceful lakefront
home available for rent and
moved here full time.
"I'm away most weekends,
visiting my mother, three of my
daughters and one grandchild in
the Tampa area," she said.
Bolin is the mother of four
grown daughters ages 23 to
30, and grandmother of three.
Bolin's fourth daughter and
two of her grandchildren live in
London. --
Bolin's 14 years as a court
reporter helped propel her into
her present libe of work. During
her tenure with the Hillsborough
Public Defender's Office, she
pioneered its Social Services


Division.
"I'm a good listener".'
Bolin said. "From listning
and observing, I saw a need
for someone to be a voice for
people."
Bolin went on to establish
drug court and capital mitigation
divisions in the office.
The American Bar
Association's Guidelines for tihe
appointment and Performhnce
of Defense Counsel in -Deaih
Penalty Cases require that the
defense team in a capital case
consist of at least two qualified
lawyers, an investigator arind
a mitigation specialist. Tlhe
mitigation specialist must find
and interview people who haVOe
relevant and reliable information
about the ..client's background.

See BOUN, 8B


MILNER
Continued from 1B

precinct/binder.
"Those big binders would
go out on election day to the.
polls," Milner said. "Of course,
3y law, we had to have a second
.t of binders in case something
happened to the first set.".
iAnytime a registered voter
waeded to change his or- her
formation, the binder would
have to come out and changes'
.-=corded.
"It was quite a deal" Milner
said. ,
-That's why Milner said the
most-welcome change at the
-office was the introduction of
computers. The office got its
first computer 'in 1980. Well,
What the office really got was a
anornitor and a keyboard..
-I"The big mainframe was, in,
jhe clerk's office," Milnersaid.
SPrinting was done in 'the
clerk's office or at the school
.bbard offices back when punch
cards were used. '
"I think in 1982 was when we
.got our own personal printer'
-Milner said.
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the results. Precincts would call
in their results, which were
then calculated and written on
a big chalkboard in the county
commission meeting room.
"People just sat there and
watched," Milner said. "They
didn't interfere with the process.
-Those of us involved in the
process, we were kind of in our
own zone. We knew there were
people out there watching, but
we- were just doing our job,
getting the task done.":
Somebody who began
showing up to cover the
proceedings for WEAG radio
was '.Terry Vaughan, who
would eventually become the
supervisor of elections.
"I guess that kind of whet his
appetite a little bit," Milner said.

2 supervisors, same
team concept
Flynn retired before the end of
her term, the result of which was
Vaughan being appointed to the
position of supervisor. Yet things
remained the same in that the
success of the office was due to
teamwork. In fact, it was Flynn's
belief in Aie team concept that


really cemented for Milner the
fact she was an integral part of
the office. Flynn had opposition
during the 1980 election year.
The campaign ads Flynn ran in
the Telegraph featured not only
her picture, but Milner's as well.
Flynn's stance was: "You're
electing a team."
"She made me feel very
important in being a part of this
office," Milner said.
That has continued to this
day in the three-person office,
which also consists of Amanda
'Seyfang, who is the chief deputy
supervisor..
"It's not that anybody has one
specific job to do," Milner said.
"It's that we're all here to serve
the voters in our community, the


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here to assist and to. serve."
A good- team is made up of
strong bonds, and that is why
Milner said what she'll miss
most about the job are Vaughan
and Seyfang. She never woke up
dreading to go to work because
of her co-workers.
"When you can get .up and
know that it's a joy to be with
the people you're with every
day, then that's a blessing,"
Milner said.
As for retirement, Milner
said she'll probably devote
more time to helping out at
her church, Madison Street
Baptist in Starke. Also, she will
Probably do some traveling with


her husband throughout Florida
as part of his job.
There are grandchildren-two
locally, one in Illinois-to spend
time with, as well as projects
around the house to work on.
Just because she's retired,
though, doesn't mean Milner
believes she is finished with
elections work.
"I'll probably be back in 2014
to lend a helping hand," she said.
Vaughan said he was sure
Milner would be brought
in under contract to assist
with elections because of her
"institutional knowledge." That
knowledge includes assisting
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"It was very, very moving;"
Milner said. "I appreciate it
very much. They didn't have to
do that, but it was very nice. -It'
made me cry a little bit."'
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Recent arrests
In Bradford,
Clay or Union

"'The following individuals
Were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Union or Clay
JKeystone Heights area)
counties:

: Edgar Allan, 27, of Orange
tark was arrested Jan. 12 by
gradford deputies for driving
'.Yith a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
1500 and he was released Jan.
12.
Wilfredo Bacca, 35, of
'Gainesville was arrested Jan. 12
by Starke police for driving with
4. suspended, revoked or expired
license. He remained in jail at
press time.
SJeffrey Lee Baker, 57, of
1Hampton was arrested Jan.
1jl by Bradford deputies for
a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
v' Shawn Daniel Baker, 24,'of
iStarke was arrested Jan. 12 by
Bradford deputies for driving
'With a suspended, revoked or
expired license, possession of
-,marijuana, and DUI. Bond was
.set at $9,000 and he was released
Jan. 13.
-j Christopher Alexander
landingn, 42, of Miami was
arrested Jan: 12 by Bradford
-deputies for possession of
cocaine and possession 'f
marijuana. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he was released Jan.
:13.
- Cale 'Sven Bloomer, 42, of
poxelder, S.D. was arrested
|an. 11 by Bradford deputies for
Disorderly intoxication. Bond
ias set at $500 and he was
released Jan. 12. .
r Christopher Mar Bloomer,
38, of Hummelstown, Penn.
Tvas arrested Jan: 11 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
Zitoxication and battery. Bond
4was set at $1,000 and he was
leased Jan. 12. :
Edward Clifton Browder
-'V of Keystone Heights was
arrested Jan. 9 by Clay deputies
: S 1


for violating ad injunction for
domestic violence.
Frank Clifford Butler, 45, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 11 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released Jan. 11.
Matthew Brien Covey, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 9 by Clay deputies for
capital sexual battery.
Alan Eugene Crawford, 29,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 9
by Bradford deputies for two
counts of burglary, two counts
of larceny, dealing in stolen
property, possession of burglary
tools, fraud and driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $61,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Patrick Rayburn Crawford,
5.1, of Hampton was arrested
Jan. 10 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
SBond was set at $2,500 and he
was released Jan. 10.
James Lavon Davis, 52, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 10 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Jan.
10.
Brandi Suzanne Donahue, 24,.
of Starke was arrested Jan. 14
by Bradford deputies for dealing
in stolen property and larceny.
Bond was set at $11,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Charles Edward Drew, 34, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 11 by
Bradford deputies for a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
presstime.
Ryan Michael Fisher, 18, of
Gainesville was arrested Jan.
13 by. Bradford deputies for
-possession of drug equipment
and possession of marijuana. He
was released Jan. 13.


Anastasia Shaquirra Green,
25, of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 9 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond wasset at $500 and she
was released Jan. 9.
Riley Leonard Griffis, 21,
of Starke was arrested Jan.
12 by Bradford deputies for
aggravated battery.-'Bond was
set at $20,000 and he remained
in jail at press time.
Lance D. Hankerson, 18,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by Starke police for larceny
and burglary. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Amanda Lee Hendrickson,
35, of Raiford was-arrested Jan.
14 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drugs. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she remained
in jail at press time.
Michael Ellis Jenkins, 32,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 11
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released Jan. 12.
" Lavar Ian Jamal Johnson,
23, of Lawtey was arrested Jan.
12 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana.He was
released Jan. 13.
William Alexander Jones,
26, of Interlachen was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Thomas Henry Kept, 27, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan.
13 by Bradford deputies for
disorderly intoxication and
battery. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released Jan. 14.
Ryan David Kornegay, 22, of
Tampa was arrested Jan. 9 by
Starke police for possession of
marijuana, selling marijuana arid
possession of drug equipment.
Bond was set at $55,000 and he
was released Jan. 9.


Christopher Lee Malone, 25,
of Lawtey was arrested Jan.
13 by Bradford deputies for
battery- and resisting an officer.
Bond was set at $6,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Crystal Shiko Masters, 27, 6f
Starke was arrested Jan. 12 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuari6. She was released
Jan. 13.
Raymond Napoleon Paulk,
41, of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 11. by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license.
Bond was set at $1,000 and"he
was released Jan. 11.
Jesse James Lamar Ricks,
23, of Starke was arrested Jan.
11 by Bradford deputies for
three probation violations. He
remained in jail at press time.
James Clinton Rix, 38, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 13 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $2,000 anid he
-was released Jan, 13.
Victor Daniel Rouse, 21,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Jan. 10 by Starke police for
possession of marijuana. Bond
was set at $1,000 and he was
released Jan. 10.
Nubbie Wendell Rowan, 29,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 11 by Bradford deputies
for possession of marijuana
and driving with a suspended,
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Mattew Caleb Singletary,
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Ronnie Eugene Smith, 29, of
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Natalee J. Strombeck, 21, of
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Cynthia Ann Sutton, 52, of
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Kevin Wayne Sykes, 35, of
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14.
Tyler Nathen Turner, 23,
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by Bradford deputies for dealing.
in stolen property 'and larceny.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
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Anthony Maynard Watsoh',
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Willy Laterrence Weaver,
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remained in jail at press time:
Patty Sue Williams, 3'6,
Starke was arrested Jan. 11 by
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Social~&


Minister Michael McDuffie ..
McDuffieto
be ordained '
'`-Jan. 20
Greater Bethlehem Freewill .,. ,.ij
-' Baptist Church cordially invites ..
-, you to attend the ordination .-
Sservice for Minister Micheal IH '"
McDuffie on Sunday, Jan. 20, at .....' '.'
3 p.m. :, .
,. The church is, located at 505 *
,. Chestnut at Ash Street in Starke.. -, -..

SFundraisers
unveiled at
SBradford- ...
Union Relay
for Life
**meeting
The first organizational
meeting of the year for the
Bradford-Union Relay for '
Life was held Jan. 7, with.,
.. Mitchell Gunter, .the fundraising
Chairman, and Vicky Tucker, the G 0,
;, online fundraising chairwoman, Ge rg Sa)nl
"presenting several upcoming 5
fundraisers. celebrate 50th
4On Monday, Jan. 28, the
..Downtown Girls team will hold a
bingo night at 6 p.m. at Chrissy's George and Sandy Schwab
: Caf6 in Starke. The cost to play will be celebrating their 50Lh
is $20 for 10 games. The winners wedding an iversary on Friday,
S of the first nine games will win Jan. 25.
: prizes, while the winner of the George and Sandy were
~ 10 game wins $100 in cash. married in Staten Island,
S TheMurphy's Lawfundraising N.Y., in 1963. They moved to
: team will host a. bass fishIng Keystone.Ueights in 1982 and
Tournament on Saturday,, Mgrch, are both retired from the federal
S9, in honor of cancer survivor, go ernment. The% are ihe loving
S. Stephen Murphy. Boats will parentsof two daughters, Denise
....Christian and Virginia Reames
See RELAY, 8B (both of 'Keystone Heights),


card o jTQfanks
I just want to say a
special thank you to
everyone in the
community who has lent a
helping hand in this my
.time of need. Thank you
-for all the loving
donations and those who
showed love by stopping
by. To all of the
firefighters: you did a
great job. Thank You! I
appreciate everyone's
prayers and I thank you
all so very much. May
God bless you all. -
Patricia Johns


Leverette,
Seabees make

food donation
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Sean T. Leverette, son of Ottis D.
Leverette, of Keystone Heights,
along with Seabees assigned
to Naval Mobile Construction
Battalion (NMCB) 11 donated
10 large boxesof food items
to the Seabee Pantry at Naval
Construction Battalion Center
(NCBC) Gulfport, Miss.
Leverette's battalion had
Accumulated approximately 500
pounds of donations, including
items such as canned foods,
boxes of cereal, condiments,
snack foods and "many other
food items.


George and
Sandy Schwab,
pictured at their
wedding above
and In more
recent times at
left, will celebrate
their 50th
anniversary on
Friday, Jan. 25.


y Schwab to
i anniversary

and two sons, George Schwab
and Scott Schwab. They are
also the proud "PopPop &
Gramma" to six granddaughters,
Beth Donovan, Sallina Reames,
Casey Reames, Deanna Davids,
Cristina Christian and Angle
Christian, and to one grandson,
Grant Schwyab..
They will be celebrating their
anniversary with their children
and grandchildren.


Located in NCBC's base
chapel, the Seabee Pantry
provides help to military
members and their dependants
to include active duty, reservists
and retirees.
The Seabee Pantry is
dependent on donations like
those from NMCB-11 to
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service members, retirees
and dependants. Individuals,
organizations and other groups
are encouraged to donate as
well.
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Collin Mings and Rebecca
Lamb

Lamb, Mings.-.
to wed in April
Steven and Penny Lamb ,. '14
of Gainesville announce the-
engagement of their daughter,
Rebecca Marie Lamb, to Collin'
Philip Mings, son of Phil and
Sally Mings of Winter Springs,
granddaughter of John and Jane
Riggs of Starke, and Maurice and
Lily Lambof Macon, Ga.
Rebb~ca graduated from the
University of Florida. She is
employed as a kindergarten
teacher in Tampa. Collin also
graduated from the University
of Florida. He is employed
at Raymond James in St.
Petersburg..
An April wedding is planned Ada and Drew Reddish
in Gainesville.
inGansvie Drew, Ada Reddish to

Celebrate 60 years on Feb. 2


The children of Drew and Ada
Reddish are inviting all friends
and family to celebrate their 60th
wedding anniversary.


Scarlett McCoy and Lanny
Moore

McCoy, Moore
to wed in June
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy. McCoy
Jr. of Melrose announce the
engageYh(i f 6f their daughter,
Scarlett Elizabeth McCoy,
to Lanny ."'Trey" Wayne Moore
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lanny
Moore Jr. of Ft. Myers.
The wedding is set for June
15, 2013, at the Thomas Center
in Gainesville.


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Starke Golf and Country Club
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of Starke; and her maternal grand-
parents, Leroy and Shirley Stalvey.
of Lake Butler.
Funeral services were held Jan.
12 at Church of God of Lake But-
ler with Pastor Lemuel A. Lane and
Pastor Andrew Stringer officiating.
Burial followed at Dekle Cemetery
in Lake Butler.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.


:: Tina Andrews

".Tina Andrews
S" Tina Baker Andrews (Clemons),
51; passed away peacefully at Ha-
ven Hospice in Gainesville on Fri-
Sday, Jan. 11, 2013.
Remembered for her contagious
; smile and her sweet, loving per-'
sonality, Tina will be missed dearly
Sby her family, friends and all who
.:knew her. Born in St. Augustine on
_.:Aug. 12, 1961, she spent most Qf
:; her life in Bradford County, WVhere
Sshe attended Bradford High School
: and worked for many years as a hair
Stylist.
: Preceded in death by her father,
'-Gordon (Jr.) Baker of Gainesville,
,' she is survived by: her husband,
Joseph Andrews of Starke; her par-
ents, Velma and Dennis (Buiddyy
Roark of St. Augustine; her broth-
er, Wayne Baker, and wife, Kim,'
of Keystone Heights; her sister,
Brandi Barrett Johnson, and hus-
band, Andy, of Wauchula; step-sis-
Ster Christy Kotowski; five nieces;
three great-nieces; one nephew; her
Sstep-mother, Patsy Baker; and step-
brother Arvie Dean of Gainesville.
STina will also be greatly missed by
: :her many aunts, uncles and cousins
who loved her so much.
Tina wag an incredible mother,
whose world revolved around her
children. She leaves behind the
loves of her life, her' two. sons,
Colton Wayne Clmons of Starke
.and Richard Lee (R.L.) Clemons
and his wife, Jenny, .of Lawtey. She
is also survived by Ricky Clemons
of Starke, who was not only the
father of her children, but also her
close and cherished friend.
A precious daughter, a wonder-
ful sister' and a loving mother, it's
hard to believe that this beautiful,
young woman will no longer be
here to make us smile. We'll no lon-
ger see her face or hear her voice,
ut she will live on in the hearts and
memories of those she left behind.
She may be gone, but-she's not far -
away, and she'll be watching over
us each and every'dy, waiting for
us to join her in her new home with
S" our heavenly father (John 3:16).
S For those who would like to
;. join our family in a celebration of
her life, a memorial service will be
held on Saturday, Jan. 19, at 11 a.m.
S at the 'home of Terry and Annette
:; Hamilton on Hampton Lake, just
: off C.R. 18, 1.3 miles west of Hwy.
S301. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made directly'to the family
to help with expenses.
PAID OBITUARY

StaciArvin
S. LAKE BUTLER-Staci Lynne
.--Eaves Arvin, 28, of Lake Butler
S died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at her
residence.
She was born in Gainesville and
lived .all her life in Lake Butler. She
worked in the dialysis department of
the Reception and Medical Center
of Lake Butler. She was a member
of Trinity Baptist Church of Lake
Butler. She was preceded in death
by: her father, Raymond Eaves; her
mother, Teresa Hart Collins; her
brother, Justin Eaves; and her ma-
temal grandfather, Homer Hart.
SShe is survived by: daughter
'Anistin Arvin of Lake Butler; sons
" Kanten Touchstone of Lake Butler
and Brody Stephenson of Nica-
ragua; her fiancee, Josh Shad4 of
Lake Butler; brother Kevin Eaves


SGeraldine Bennett


Geraldine
Bennett
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -Ger-
aldine Carrie Shaw Bennett, 80,
of Keystone Heights passed away
Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at her resi-
dence with family by her side..
She was born on March 28,1932,
'to the late Frazier Jerry Shaw and
Ida Mae Conner. Geraldine worked
as a homemaker for many years.
She was also an avid Gators fan and
enjoyed her season tickets. She was
preceded in death by: her husband,
Ovid D. Bennett; her son, Randall
0. Bennett; her brothers, Eugene F.
Shaw and Ralph L. Shaw; hersister,
Shirfly S. Stone; and her grandson,
Randall J. Laliberte.
Geraldine is survived by: her
daughter, Karen (Jerald) Laliberte;
and her granddaughter, Jennifer A.
Laliberte, both of Keystone Heights.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, Jan. 19, at' 1 p.m. at the
Laliberte Residence at 6113 C.R.
352 in Keystone Heights. In lieu
offlowers, the family requests that
donations be made in Geraldine's
name to Community Hospice of
Northeastlorida.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
Sarchietannerfuneralservices. com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Rbert Beverly
TALLAHASSEE-Mr.. Robert
"Bob" Gerald Beverly, 80, a be-
loved husband, father and grandfa-
ther, passed away on Thursday, Jan.
3, 2013, in Tallahassee.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Simon Beverly and Rissie
Dotson Beverly, four brothers and
eight sisters.
He is survived by his beloved
wife, Patricia Boone (McElroy)
Beverly (former owner of Starke
KOA Campground), three daugh-
ters (along with their husbands and
his grandchildren), Colleen Beverly
Scljeel (Billy), Danica, Lindsay and
Cooper of Williston; Kelley Bev-
erly Giddings (Michael) .Ivan and
Lane of Gainesville; and Paige Bev-
erly Hiers (Bo); Corner, Cori and
Cash of Williston; two step-sons,
Michael McElroy (Laureen), Lily
and Emma of-Tallahassee; and Ste,
phen McElroy, of California, Md.;
and a sister Alberta "Bert" Phipps
(Clate) of Hartwood, Va.; and many
loved nieces and nephews.
Mr. Beverly was born on Oct. 11,
1932, in Clintwood, Va. He served
in the Air Force during the Korean
Conflict. He was a Methodist by
faith. In his wonderful life of 80
years, he was involved in rodeos,
car racing, boxing, scuba diving and
skydiving. He was also a stunt pilot
and was a Virginia state champion
in archery.


Janet Carmichael

Janet
Carmichael
Janet Carmichael, 64, of Sta
passed away Thursday, Jan.
2013, at the Windsor Manor Nu
ing Home in Starke.
She was born on March 22,19.
to the late Edward Wettach a
Virginia Sipe Wettach. Janet wa
homemaker for most of her life. S
was a member of the Seventh E
Adventist Church of Starke af
moving here from Ormond Beadch
2007. She enjoyed doing her crc
word puzzles, watching sci-fi mi
ies and cooking in her spare tin
She was preceded in death by:I
loving husband of many years, C
bert Carmichael.
Janet is survived by: her child
Johnath "Wade" (Lori)- Carmich
of Colorado Springs, Colo.., Rodi
(Phyllis) Carmichael and Darle
(Steve) Douglass of Starke; hers
ters, Debbie (Phil) Potter, Lon
'"Yarberry, Pamela (Leo) Rymn
and Dona (Bob) Hammon; her
grandchildren; and three gre
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the d
and direction of Archie Tanner ]
neral Services of Starke. Visit ww
archietannerfuneralservioes. conm
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


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A celebration of Bob's life w
be Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at hi
daughter's home. In lieu of flowe
please make donations to St. Ju
Children's Research Hospital, 2'
Danny Tlhomas Place, Memph
Tenn., 38105. Online donatio
may be made at www.stjude.oi
tribute.
PAID OBITUARY

Howard
Bloomer
LAWTEY-Mr. Howa
Bloomer, 67, of Lawtey pass
away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013,
his residence.
Mr. Bloomer was born on Ap
28,- 1945, in San Diego to the la
John Harrington and Thelma W
liams Bloomer. Howard was retire
and he enjoyed working with coi
puters, painting, drawing and art
work.
He is survived by: his wi
of over 30 years, Debra Padg
Bloomer of Lawtey; children Ca
(Amanda) Bloomer of South Cai
lina, Christopher (Valerie) Bloom
of Pennsylvania, Lori Ferraro
Starke 'and Ashley Bloomer
Gainesville; brothers Doug Bloor
er, Dan Bloomer, David Bloom
Harold (Debbie) Bloomer (I
twin), Michael Bloomer, Jimi
(Lisa) Bloomer and Billy Bloor
er; grandchildren Cassie Bloom
Kendra Bloomer, Hannah Bloom
Jake Bloomer, Zackary Tussing
and Justice Tussinger; mother-i
law, Adele Starling; sisters-in-la
Linda Duggan, Mary (Jimrr
Johnson, Nancy Fischer and Che
(Roy) Heine; brothers-in-law Ma
ie (Donna) Padgett and Dough
(Sherry) Ashley.
Private family memorial service
were held Jan. 11.
Arrangements are by Jone
Gallagher Funeral Home of Star]
Online condolences may be left
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
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M of Jacksonville, was called home
er, to be with the Lord on Thursday,
e HDec. 13,2012. She passed away at
his North Floirida Regional Hospital of
my Gairdelville following a brief illness.
n- D ellai .Louvenia Dinkla was
er, the daughter of Sidney and Net-
er, tie Griffis and was born 'March
ger 10, 1935; in Raiford. Della grew
in- up in Raiford and later moved to
aw Jacksonville. Della wasa wonder-
ny) ful homemaker. She later worked
ryl for Dr. David Bennett and Shands
ax- Hospital. She was a very loving and
las devoted wife, mother, grandmother
and great-grandmother. Della lived
ces for herfamily.
She is preceded in death by her
es- husband, William P. Dinkla, after
ke.' 51 years of marriage. She is suri
at vived by three sons and daughters-
in-law, Gary and Charlene Dinkla
RY of Gainesville, Patrick and Nicole
Dinkla of Suwannee, Ga., and Bill
and Laura Dinkla of Green Cove
Springs; five grandchildren, Chris-
tie Dinkla Rambow (Dan Rainbow),
Crystal Dinkla Gay (Bobby Gay),
Chloe Dinkla, Luke Dinkla and
Case Dinkla; and two great grand-
children, Isabella Rainbow and Lo-
gan Rainbow. She is als6 survived
by sister Vivian Breckenridge of
Jacksonville and brbther Elery
Griffis of Lake Butler.
Memorial services will Be held
on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at 1 p.m.
at First Coast Baptist Church, 7587
Blanding Blvd. in Jacksonville.
In lieu of flowers, please make
donations in her memory to Hos-
pice.
PAID OBITUARY

Willard Durst
LAWTEY-Willaird George
." Disit' Jr', .65, of.'-Lawtey died
Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at the VA
Medical'Center in Lake City.
He was born on Aug. 15, 1947,
to the late Willard George. Durst Sr.
rke and Mary Lou Wires Durst. Wil-
10, lard served his country as a member
irs- of the United States Air Force for
many years. He was of the Catholic
faith and was a member of Sacred
a, Heart Catholic Church in Pomeroy,
isd Ohio.
a He was preceded in death by: his
he grandparents.
)ay Willard is survived by: his wife,
after Zita Anne Shuford-Durst of Law-
lin tey; his sons, Willard G. Durst
)ss- III and David Durst; his step-
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children, Joey (Becky) Shuford of
High Springs and Amber (Jeremy)
McRae of Starke; his brothers, Wil-
lis and Jan Durst; his sisters, Edith
Brickles and Mary Sue Brauer; and
three grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services in Starke.

Nancy
arrison
STARKE- Nancy Lou Gar-
rison, 67, of Starke died Tuesday,
Jan. 8, 2013, at her residence with
family by her side.
She was born in Colquitt, Ga.,
on Dec. 26, 1945, to the late Jessie
Pearson arifd-Myrtle Cribbs Pearson.
Nancy worked as a homemaker for
many years.
She was preceded in death by:
her loving husband, Robert Garri-
son; and her three brothers.
Nancy is survived by her daugh-
ters, Nancy Padgett of Starke, Di-
ann Gay of Moultrie, Ga., and Jes-
sie Maxfield of Cincinnati; her son,
Bryant Griffin of Muncie, Ind.; two
brothers; one sister; 15 grandchil-
dren; and 22 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests that donations be made to
the funeral home to'assist with ex-
pensesa
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner.Fu-
neral Services of Starke.

Harry Hazen
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mr;
Harry H. Hazen, 71, of Keystone
Heights passed away following a
lengthy illness on Friday, Jan. 11,
2013, at Haven Hospice E.T. York
Care Center in Gainesville.
. He was born on May 27, 1941,
in Boscobel, Wis., to the late Floyd
and Margie (Rice) Hazen. Mr. Ha-
zen had received his honorable
discharge from United States Air
Force following eight years of ser-
vice. Upon returning to the Key-
stone area, he attended St. Johns
Junior College and the University
of Florida, where he graduated with
a degree in early childhood educa-
tion. He taught at Keystone Heights
Elementary School for three years
before going to General Electric in
Hague. He held many positions in
the battery business under several
different companies at that loca-
tion prior to retirement. He was a
member of the AMVETS Post and


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Heights. Mr. Hazen was also very
talented; he could play music by
ear on' many different instruments,
which led to him becoming a Native
American fluter.
Mr. Hazen is survived by his wife
of 51 years, Linda (Lovorn) Hazen;
and their two children, Deborah Ha-
zen Cluff and her husband, David,
of Crestview and Gerald Alan Ha-
zen and his wife, Tamatha, of Mel-
bourne. Mr. Hazen also leaves be-
hind his three loving grandchildren,
Courtney Hazen, Emily Hazen and
Rollin Cluff. He was a beloved hus-
band, father and grandfather who
will be missed by us all.
A memorial service will be held
on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at 2
p.m. in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home chapel. The family has asked,
that contributions be made to Haven
Hospice, E.T. York Care Center,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Sin Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Holmes
HAMPTON-Mary Lizzie
Holmes, 85, of Hampton, died on
Saturday, Jan. 12,2013, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home in Starke.
Born in Graham, she moved
from South Florida 15 years ago
to Hampton. She was a member
of Macedonia Missionary Baptist
Church of Hampton. She attended
the local schools of Bradford Coun-
ty. She served as a caregiver and
homemaker.
She is survived by: three broth-
ers, Tedrick Brown of Hampton,
Charlie J. Brown of Lawtey and
Dozie Brown of St. Petersburg; and
three sisters, Alma Scott of St. Pe-
tersburg, Maeola Hunt of Lawtey
and Mercedes Coleman of Starke.
Funeral Services for Mrs. Mary
L. Holmes will be held at 11 a.m on
Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, at Mace-
donia Missionary Baptist Church in
Hampton with Rev. J.B. Richardson
serving as eulogist. Interment will
be held in Oddfellow Cemetery un-
der the direction of Haile Funeral
Home Inc. of Starke. Visitation will
be held on Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at
the Carl D. Halle Memorial Chapel.
Family hours are from p.m.-4 p.m.
'Friends can visit from 5 p.m.-7 p.m.
The cortege will form at the church
at 10:45 a.m. on Saturday.







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Ellen Horton
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
Ellen Horton, 92, of Keystone
Heights passed away Jan. 9, 2013,
'in Royston, Ga., while residing with
her son.
Mrs. Horton was born on Feb.
29, 1920, in Platea, Penn., to the
late Nonrman and Martha (Koletka)
Graham. She spent her childhood in
Pennsylvania and later met Albert
Horton, whom she later married, in
New Jersey. In 1941, they moved
to Miami, where they raised five
children. After her husband retired
in 1982, they moved to Keystone
Heights and became members of
Keystone Heights Christian Church.
She was a devoted wife and a
wonderful mother. Her husband of
72 years, Albert Horton, had pre-
ceded her in death.
Survivors are: her five children,
Valerie Simpson and her husband,
Norman, of Crescent City, Ellen
Passmore and her husband, Don, of
Lake Como, Arthur Horton and his
wife, Linda, of Livingston, Texas,
Robert Horton and his wife, Diane,
of Royston, Ga., and Albert Horton
and his wife, Debbie,, of Edmond,
Okla. Mrs. Horton also leaves be-
hind her 13 grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and five great-great-
grandchildren. .
Funeral services for Mrs. Horton
were held on Jan. 12 in the Jones-'
Gallagher Funeral Home chapel
with Rev. Buster Appling officiat-
ing. Burial followed at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


to the late Carl Prevatt and Thelma
Brown Prevatt. She worked on her
farm as a homemaker for most of
her life.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Truman Norman; one
granddaughter; one great-grand-
daughter; her sisters, Juanita Harper
of Starke and Gladys Harvey of
Ocoee; and her brother, J.C. Prevatt
Jr. of Steinhatchee.
Evelyn is survived by: sons Rob-
ert "Bobby" (Alma) Norman of
Lawtey and Reginald C. Norman
of Englewood; three grandchildren; ,
eight great-grandchildren; and eight
great-great-grandchildren.
'Funeral services were held on
Jan. I11 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services in Starke with Rev. Ron
Kimbrell officiating. Interment fol-
lowed at Lawtey Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services in Starke.


William Melson Loveta Perone
, STARKE-Mr. William Dev- Loveta Perone
on "Billy" Melson, 67, of Starke STARKE-Loveta Perone, 81,
passed away Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, of' Starke, died Sunday, .Jan. 13,
at his residence. 2013, at Shands at the University
.. Mr. Melson was born on June 12, of Florida. She was born on Dec.7,
1945, in Gainesville to the late Wil- 1931, in Black River, Ark., to the
lis Samuel and Reba Boone Melson, late Lenard McDoniel and Ethel Iris
was a lifelong resident of Bradford Inman McDoniel. Loveta retired af-
County and graduated from Brad- ter 18 years as a healthcare worker
ford High. Prior to retirement, Billy with Gentiva. She was preceded in
Nas a self-efiployed truck driver death by: her son, Charles E. Perone
for R&L Leasing. He was a Baptist, Jr.
loved horses and enjoyed roping Loveta is survived by: her sons,
and 'watching his grandchildren in Robert (Mary Alice) E. Perone and
tie-rodeo David (Kris) E. Perone; and her sev-
He was preceded in death by:'his en grandchildren.
sister Karon Burch in October 2012. Memorial service will be held on
Survivors are: his wife of 46 Thursday, Jan. 17, at 1 p.m. at Ke-
years, Sandra Rivenbark Melson of pier Road Baptist Church in DeLand
Starke; daughter, Belinda Crosby with Pastor Jeff Stading officiating.
and her husband, Rick, of Brooker; Arrangements are under the care
Grandchildren Taylor, Cole, Robert and direction of Archie Tanner Ffu-
-1 ritn and great-grandson,'-"
and Kristin; and great-grandson, neral Services 'in Starke.
Javin.
Graveside funeral services were W alter Quiett
Iteld on Jan. 12 at Hawthorne Cem- W at r u ie
dery with Pastor Charles Starling STARKE-Walter J. Quiett Sr.,
ficiating. 79, of Starke died Wednesday, Jan.
SArrangements are by Jones-Gal- 9, 2013, afHaven Hospice Custead
higher Funeral Home of S 'k" -.-A- 4A9re Cerftbr ih Orarngw .lk. .
.... PAID'OBITtARY -..... .a torn October 1933 to
y the late Newton and Mary Quiett
ch ae| in Jacksonville. Mr. Quiett was an
Mic a l electrician by trade: and owned and
M n c i n i operated. Quiett Mechanical Con-
M ac ini tracting Inc: He also served as a
SKEYSTONE-Mr. Michael Ar- minister for Raiford Holiness Re-
thur Mancini, 67, died suddenly vival Center.
Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013. He is survived by: his wife of 44
Mr. Mancini was born on Oct. years, Juanita Quiett; seven chil-
1, 1945, in Tampa and grew up in dren Walter Daniel (Pam) Quiett of
Detroit Prior to his retirement, he Melrosp, Darlene (Vernon) Turner
was a regional manager for Baxter of Middleburg, Darrell (Linda) Qui-
Health Care. Mr. Mancini was also Middleburg, Philip (Yvonne)
an avid sports fan and enjoyed liv- ett of Middleburg, Philip (Yvonne)mmy
v- Quiett of Middleburg, Tommy
ing on the lake, but most of all he (Ann) Quiett of Jacksonville, Re-
oved the Lord with all his heart. n ) DeAngelo of Jackson-
He as meberof rinty aptst nee' (Jeff) DeAngelo of Jackson-
He was a member of Trinity Baptist ville-apd Walter (Tiffanie) Quiett Jr.
Church and his passion was being a of Flehing Island; 18 grandchildren
Sunday school teacher. and 20 great-grandchildren. '
Mr. Mancini was preceded in Funeral services were held Jan.
death by his father, Arthur Mancini. 11 in the DeWitt C. Jqnes Chapel
Survivors are: his wife of 37 of Jones-Gallagher Fuileral Home.
years, Marsha (Wilder); one son, Burial followed in Crosby Lake
Kevin Michael Mancini and his Cemetery
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,wiie, Amy; ano mnree granocnin-
kdrdn, Peyton, Griffin and Remi of
Denver. Also surviving are: his
*mother, Frances (Bartlett) Mancini --
.of Brandon;' siblings Larry Man-
;cini and his wife, Janis, of Valrico,
'Maria Mancini and Jeff Mancini of
Brandon, and Elizabeth Garcia and
her husband, Jon, of Phoenix.
A celebration of life for Mr. Man-
cini was held on Jan. 15, at Trinity
'Baptist Church with Pastor James
'Peoples and Pastor Scott Stanland
;officiating. Graveside services were"
held at Serenity Meadows Memori'-
':al Park in Riverview on Jan. 16 with
:Rev. Art Wilder officiating.
i In lieu of flowers, the family has
'requested that contributions please
;be made to Trinity Baptist Church,
,P.O, Box 1099, Keystone.Heights,
'FL 32656,
SArrangements are under the care
:of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home.
: PAID OBITUARY
"Evelyn Norman
SLAWTEY- Evelyn Prevatt Nor-
Sman, 90, a lifelong resident of Law-
tey, died Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013, at
SShands Starke.
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Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke.


James Roberts

James Roberts
STARKE-Mr. James Byron
Roberts, 50, of Starke passed away
Friday, Jan. 4, 2013, at Shands
Starke suddenly.
Byron was born in Starke and
was a lifelong resident. Prior to
retirement, he worked as a com-
mercial electrical contractor, was a
member of the Local Hall 1205.of
the IBEW and attended First Pres-
byterian Church as a child.
He was preceded in death by: his
parents, Don H. and Jean J. Chitty;
a sister, Terri Roberts-Ford; and a
brother, Kenny Chitty.
Survivors are: daughters Christen
lO'Connell (Michael) of Babylon,
N.Y., Anna Johnson (Jay) of Jack-
sonville and Jessica Wilkerson of
Lawtey; sisters Kay Padgett (the
late Kenneth) and Marie Melton
(Otis), both of Bradford County,
and Janice Steiner of Panama City;
brothers Tom Brown of Starke and
David Roberts (Robyn) of Altamon-
te Springs and Jerry Chitty (Regina)
of Waterflow, N.M.; four grand-
children; and numerous nieces and
nephews.
Memorial services were held on
Jan. 12 at First Presbyterian Church
in Starke.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Starke. -
PAID OBITUARY

Harriet Roy
GLEN ST MARY- Harriet E.
Roy, 61, of Glen St. Mary passed
away Thursday, Jan. 10,2013, at the
Morris Center in Jacksonville with
family by her side.
She was born on. May 24, 1951,
,to Retha Geiger Bennett and' the
late Lewis Jackson Bennett. Har-
riet retired after 10 years of dedi-
cated service as a prison guard with
New River West Prison. She loved
her family very much and enjoyed
gardening in her spare time. Har-
riet was a very generous person and
was known to never show up empty
handed.
She was preceded in death by:
her father; and her brother, Ricky
Bennett.
Harriet is survived by: her lov-
ing husband of 23 years, William E.
Roy of Glen St. Mary; her mother,
Retha Geiger Bennett of Starke; her
daughters, Tracy (Daren) Rowan
Mason of Lakeland and Sandi Row-
an Savelson and her fiance, Hamid
Ghandi, both of Jacksonville; her
'brother, Jack (Louella) Bennett of
Keystone Heights; her sister, Joan
Bennett of Starke; her sister-in-law,
Gina Bennett of Starke; and her
three grandchildren, Caleb Mason,


Mikayla Mason and Olivia Savel-
son.
A memorial service will be held
Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at River of
Life Church of God at 7 p.m. with
Rev. Steve Hutcheson officiating.
Donations may be made to Com-
munity Hospice Foundation at 4266
Sunbeam Roao, Jacksonville, FL
32257.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner.Fu-
neral Services in Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices. comrn to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Iris Smith
GAINESVILLE-Iris Nacol
Smith, 43, of Gainesville, died on
Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012, at Shands
Hospital at the University of Florida
following an extended illness.
Born in Gainesville, and a life-
long native of Starke, she was a
member of the Greater Bethlehem
Freewill Baptist Church. Smith at-
tended the local schools of Bradford
*County and completed her A.S de-
gree in business. She was a care-
giver of the community.
She is survived by: her brother,
John Smith Jr. of Gainesville; and
sisters Katrina Smith Brown of
Lawtey and Stephanie Smith of
Gainesville.
.Graveside services will be held
at 12 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 17, at
Peetsville Cemetery in Lawtey with
Rev. Carolyn Robinson serving as
eulogist.
Arrangements are by Haile Fu-
neral Home.

Alfred SpinkA
HAWTHORNE--Alfred "A]"
Daniel Spink, 57, of Hawthorne
died at his home on Thursday, Jan.
3,2013.
He was born in Jacksonville on
April 17, 1955, and was retired
from the sign business. He grew up
attending Spring Glen United Meth-
odist Church.
I He was preceded in death by: his
father, Alfred Alexander.
He is survived by: his mother,
Lillian G. Bergman; siblings Kathy
Spink (James Kendall) Bondurant,
all of Tupelo, Miss., and Susan
Kelly (Coney Sutherland) of Dallas;
and his longtime girlfriend, Carole
D. Ward, and her family.
A memorial service for Mr.
Spink will be held on Saturday, Jan.
19, 2013, at 11I a.m. in the funeral
home chapel with Pastor Steve Con-
ner officiating. In lieu of flowers the.
family had requested that contribu-
tions please be made to St. Jude
Children's Research Hospital, 262
Danny Thomas Place,' Memphis,
TN 38105.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher' Funeral Home


V


in Keystone Heights.

JackieThetford
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Jackie
"Jack" D. Thetford, 63, of Keystone
Heights died at his home Monday,
Jan. 14,2013.
Jack was born in Tampa on Dec.
16, 1949, to the late Robert and Alta
Thetford, and was raised in the Bap-
tist faith. Prior to retirement, Jack
worked in the shipping and receiv-
ing department of a publishing com-
pany.
He is survived by: his wife of
eight years, Susan Shirley Simpson
of Keystone Heights; a daughter,
Jacqueline Thetford of St. Peters-
burg; and a-brother, Bob Powell of
Tennessee.
There are no scheduled services
at this time.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.

Isaac Turner-
FT. LAUDERDALE-Deacon
Isaac J. Turner of Ft. Lauderdale
died on Jan. 8, 2013, at Plantation
General Hospital in Plantation.
A native of Lawtey, he moved to


South Florida at an early age from.,
Lawtey. He was a member and bap-
tized at-St. John Baptist Church ofr
Lawtey. He later joined Gospel'
Faith'Mission of Ft. Lauderdale.4
where he faithfully served as a dea-,
con for 10 years. He attended thed
local schools of Bradford County;:
was a member of the International:
Longshoreman Lodge #1526, was;,
employed with Davis Trucking and;
Pittman Construction, and was the'
owner of Turner Landscaping. .
He is survived by: his wife, Dianri
B. Turner of Ft. Lauderdale; sisters-
Patricia A. Smith and Marian E',
Puttman King, both of Lawtey, andc
Sylvia D. Turner of Avon Park; and&
brother, Jerome T. Turner. ,
Funeral services will be at 1 ;
a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013, a;-
St. John Missionary Baptist ChurcW,
in Lawtey. Interment will be held ii;
Peetsville Cemetery under the di.;
reaction of Haile Funeral Home Inc
in Starke.'Visitation will be held o,
Friday, Jan. 18, at the Carl D. Hail
Memorial Chapel. Family hour is 4
p.m.-5 p.m. Friends may visit frori
5 p.m.-7 p.m. The cortege will forn*-
in Lawtey at the home of his motht
er, Mrs. Melvina Green Turner, a
10:30 a.m. '
*$


3,000 Sq. Ft.


Modular Homes


Starting at Only 140 sq. ft.


II


NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AND DRAFT FINDING OF NO
SIGNIFICANT IMPACT
CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION OF AN ARMY
STANDARDIZED MULTI-PURPOSE MACHINE GUN RANGE
CAMP BLENDING JOINT TRAINING CENTER
CLAY COUNTY, FLORIDA
Description. Interested parties are hereby notified that the Florida
Army National Guard (FLARNG) has prepared an Environmental
Assessment (EA) and draft Finding of No Significant Impact (FNSI);
regarding the proposed action described below.
Statutory Authority. This notice is being issued to all interested parties
in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of
1969, the Council on Environmental Quality regulations for implementing
the procedural provisions of the National Environmental Policy Act (40
CFR 1500-1508), and the Environmental Analysis of Army Actions (32
CFR 651).
Proposed Action. The FLARNG is proposing to construct and operate
a new ARMY Standardized Multi-Purpose Machine Gun Range (MPMG)
at Camp Blanding Joint Training Center (CBJTC), Clay County, Florida.
The proposed range would encompass approximately 190 acres of the
73,000-acre CBJTC installation, and is necessary due to deficiencies in
existing FLARNG live-fire ranges at CBJTC, and throughout the State of.
Florida. The proposed range project is scheduled to be implemented in
FY 2015. If the MPMG Range project is not implemented within three,.
years, the FLARNG, in concert with ARNG-ILE, will review the EA and:
determine, whether any portion of the environmental analysis therein will
need to be updated. -
Public Review. The EA and draft FNSI will undergo a 30-day public-
comment period from 21 January 2013 through 21 February 2013, in:,
accordance with 32 CFR Part 651.14, Environmental Analysis of Army
Actions. During this period the public may submit comments on the EA
and the draft FNSI. The EA and draft FNSI can be .ccessed at the'
following internet address: http.//dma.myflorida.com.
Paper copies of the EA and draft FNSI can also be accessed at the.
following physical location: Clay County Public Library, 175 Oriole"
Street, Keystone Heights, FL 32656, (352) 473-4286.
Comments. Comments on the EA and Draft FNSI should be submitted
during the 30-day comment period via postal mail, or e-mail to: Brian:
Athon (CFMO-ENV), FLARNG NEPA Coordinator, 2305 State Road 207,
St. Augustine, FL 32086; phone: (904) 823-0275; e-mail:.
mailto:brian.athon@us.army.mil-


NORMANDY HOMES




of Jacksonville



It's Finally Arrived!


LABELLE III


3,000 SQ. FT.
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"Home At Last"


Oh happy day when I see His face,
After the sunset, after my race.
My long journey here will soon past,
What I've done for Christ only will last.
Thru valleys low or mountains high,
To all of these I'll bid goodbye.
Ill soon be walking on streets of gold,
So many things will then unfold.
Home at last to riches untold,
Home with my Savior as ages roll.
Henry Hodges
In Memory of Lawtey, FL

Lori Lavine Smith and

Randolph Hans Hau






THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION


Classified Ads -


S FOR RENT, rental space
Tri-Count, Classifieds on Wautnst.al$350/mo.
For additional informa-
ton call 90St-364-02m.
Bradford f Union 0 Clay Oca90 64- ore9022.
front on US. 301. Fruit
Reach over 20,500 stand,detail shop, car
Readers Every W eek! lot etc, For additional
information call 904-364-

INDEX 48
,40 Notice 57 Fdr Sale Homes For Sale
41 Vehicles Accessories. 58 Building Materials
42.Motor Vehicles 59 Personal Services HOUSE FOR SALE in
43 RV's & Campers 60 Secretarial Services Lake Butler off CR.
'44 Boats 61 Scriptures 796.3/2 built in 2005 on
45 Land for Sale 62 Vacation/Travel 1 acre. Wood Laminate
-46 Real Estate Out of Area63 Love Lines floors& granite coun-
47 Commercial Property 64 Business Opportunity r anite coun-
SRent, Lease, Sale 65 Help Wanted te tps. Very nice, call
48 Homes for Sale 66 Investment Opportunity for more info or to see.
'49 Mobile Homes for Sale 67 Hunting Land for Rent Must be pre-approved by
50 For Rent 68 Carpet.Cleaning lender prior to showing.
51 Lost/Found 69 Food Supplements $134,000, call 904-626-
52 Animals & Pets 70 Self Storage $134,000, call 904-626-
53 Yard Sales 72 Sporting Goods 1193.
;54 Keystone Yard Sales 73 Farm Equipment 49
55 Wanted 74 Computers & Computer
S6 M[adeorSwap Accessories Mobile Homes
CLASSIFIED DEADLINES For Sale
100% FINANCING on
Word Ad Classified Tuesday, 12:00 noon 100ew 4R/2BA MoCIdular
Classified Display Tuesday, 12:00 noon Home on 1 acre. $725/
'- USE YOUR PHONE mo. .Flexible financing
dW yTo place a Classifioed __ 904-589-9585.
T lo acea Cassfed M, MANUFACTURED Home,
964-6305 473-2210 496-2261 HUD, foreclosures.Re-
modeled with new appli-
N 0 T I C E ances, carpet, paint. Low
Classifie Ad-ertising should be Iad ill advance unless credit has ahead' begn down payment and pay-
established wilh the newspaper. A $3.00 seice charge will be added to .all ling ments starting at $575/
to cover postage and handfin.. Alt ads placed by phone ate read back to the $ 7
adveriser at the lime or placetmelt. Howevr. the classiried staff catno the held mo. 904-589-9585.
responsible cor mistakes in classified advenisintaken by phone. The news pe
reserves Ihe righ to correclly classiry and edit 'atl copy or o rjecL or cancer any EVERYTHING INCLUD-
:adveflbt~ements at anylintt t is standard nhhrevalbtaons will ts acceprted ,ED, New modular home.
Completely furnished
40 site on County Road 18 with washer & dryer. Call
Notices toward Brooker. asking to quality for our zero
$129,900 O.B.O. Pos- down program. 904-589-
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS- sible owner financing 9585. -
ING should be submit- 904-796-0660. NEWLY RENOVATED
fed to the Starke office Triple wide, on one acre.
in writing & paid in ad- New well, carpet, metal
'ance unless credit has Commercial roof, vinyl siding, large
already been established Property(Rent, wooden deck. Owner
With this office. A $3.00 pe y en, financing. Call Bill 352-
SERVICE CHARGE will Lease, Sale) 745-0094. Must See.
be added to all billings FOR RENT, Behind Pow- LIKE NEW, 2002 Horton
to cover postage & han- ell's Tastee Freeze, 3,500 very clean. $37,500 set
dlling.. THE CLASSIFIED sq. ft. $2,300/mo. ware- up with AC. Call 904-
STAFf: CANNOT BE house/office 3,200. sq. 259-4663.WAYNEFRI-
HELD RESPONSIBLE ft.- $850/mo.Office space ERMACCLENNY.COM
FOR MISTAKES IN 2,700 sq. ft.- $1800/ LIKE NEW 3BR singlewide.
CLASSIFIED ADVER- mo.industral Park office/ 16x60. 99 Skyline. Very
,ISINGS TAKEN OVER warehouse 3,000 sq. ft. clean. Includes set up,
.;THE PHONE. Deadline $950/mo.Warehouse/ delivery $19,900. Call
ie Tuesday at 12 noon office 3,000 sq.ft.-$800/ 904-259-4663.
prior to that Thursday's mo.Edwards Road office. WAYNE FRIER MAC-
publication. Minimum space 900 sq. ft. -$6007 CLENNY Factory Out-
,charge Is $9.50 for the mo. Smith & Smith Re- let. all homes $6-8K off
fitst 20 words, then 20 alty, 904-964-9222. w/ free furniture & de-
:cents per word thereat- DOWNTOWN STARKE cor. Call 904-259-4663.
'er. ., Professional Offices for Waynefriermacclenny.
EQUAL. HOUSING OP- rent, $315 per-month, com.
1PORTUNITY. All real Cbnference room, kitch- GREAT SHAPE 3BR.
'estate advertising in this en, utilities and more doublewlde, Palm Har-
newspaper is subject to provided. 904-364-8395. bor. super clean. $29K,
.the Federal Fair Housing RETAIL SPACE In busy set up w/AC. Call 904-
:Act of 1968 which makes strip center. 1,000 sq.ft, 259-4663. Waynefrler-
it Illegal to advertise "any and 2,000 sq..ft. units, macclenny.com,
Preference, limitation, or South HWY 301 front- REMODELED 3&4 Bed-
,discriminatlon based on age, across from the room doublewide's
;race, color, religion, sex KOA Campground. Call with land. Ready to
'or national origin, Or an 352-235-1675. 'move in. $3,500 down/
,Intention to make any FOR RENT office building $9 month. Call 904-
,such preference, llimita- good location downtown 259-4663. Waynefrler-
itlon or discrimination," Starke. Large enough for macclenny.com.
,Famllial status includes 5 to 6 Individual offices. 2013 16x76 3 Bedroom.
'children' under the age -. Call 904-364-9022. $35,900, set up w/AC.
:of 18 living with parents FOR SALE, downtown of- Call 904-259-4663.
or ..legal custodians, fice buildoig. Downstairs NEW 2013 28x48- 3/2 Ja-
*-pregnant women and office space for 5+6 %bobsen, $35,400 dellv-
Speople securing custody person office. Upstairs ered only, Or $39,995
..of children under-.18__ office nJceJiYy.donl&8._T.lS_.delvereda nd set up,.
:-This newspaper will not Is one of the nicest build- bi- oomp. J.ort, Polnte,
knowingly' accep,_r Tn's ow wn' ale"S f e NW 1t
Zadvenlsing for real as- $129,000, cash or terms. St. Gainesvllle, 352-872-
ate which Is In violation Call 904-364-9022. 5566.
tf. the law. Our readers
hre hereby informed that _______ ______ -_
dall dwellings advertised
.n this newspaper are
4vallable on an equal
opportunity basis. To ___ __ __ __I =
0mplaln of discr.m.na-
3ion, call HUD toll-free at o Wr
|1-800-669-9777, the toll- A '||al
:free telephone number
tfor the hearing impaired I IorP ia wvUm-u
s 1-800-927-9275. For Alaehia/Bradford a A Communilty Partnership
.further information call
.Flonda Commission on Travisi
; Human Relations, Lisa e l
Sutherland 850-488-
1082 ext #1005.
nd orSal 904-964-8092
Land For Sale wwwFlorldaWorksOnline.com
28f/ ACRES of mixed
pasturee land and ,
:woods. Small creek on \ ,s .
he property and partial- -
*yfenced. Great home -
... .As of Dec. 31, 2012 \
outhem Villas of &a P &
Starke Apts rance ump
$199 h Supply, Inc. A,
I av0e-lu Special has closed after 4& years
& .2 BR HG & non-HC ofservi our loyal
( artments. Central ado I u r y" .
eat on-site laundry, customers. We
.ayground, private and .
"ijiet atmosphere. Located appreciate you and thank 1 *
S- 1001Soutem yOU for your business.
il~las Dr., Starke, FL or call Y"I
|04-964-7295. TDDfTTY I PleaSe call 904-964-7578. |
11. "This institution is an H i
equal opportunity provider 1 '
md empioyer'- r ~^ ^ ^ r

Set Right Mobile Homes
"Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner 904-364-6383
Email setrighthomes@yahoo.com 904-36 -6383

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2006 16x80- 3/2 $25,400-
----2007 32x44 3/2
$33,500----both homes
include delivery to your
land. Several repo's
coming in the next 10
days. Call North Pointe
Super Center for details
352-872-5566.
NEWLY RENOVATED
Triple wide, on one acre.
New well, carpet, metal
roof, vinyl siding, large
wooden deck. Owner
financing. Call Bill 352-
,745-0094. Must See.
3.5 ACRES, 3BR/2BA.
1680 square ft. manu-
factured home in McRae.
Clean, full appliances.
$5,000 down +-$800 with
taxes and insurance. Call
Jim 352-73-6994, eve-
nings.
$99 DOWN VA LOANS. 3
or 4 bedrooms or! your
land or ours. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
ONLY 4 LEFT. 3/BR. 1350
sq.ft. to 4 BR. 3 living
rooms @ 2,254 sq. ft.
Clearance prices, thou-
sands $$$$ less than
ordered. Models not
base homes. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
WRONG CABINETS,
last year colors. 3BR.
32.wide w/9ft. ceilings,
island kitchen w/appli-
ances. 10% down, $318/
mo. W.A.C. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
TAX REFUND=NEW
HOME. File today and
live in your new home
before April. Your land
or ours. Financing for all.
13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
'THE ULTIMATE' 2017
sq.ft. 3BR./2BA. w/hid-
den pantry, parents re-
treat, appliance pkg. w/
microwave, 9ft, ceilings,
fireplace, $10%. down
$473/mo. W.A.C. 13th
Street Homes, 386-418-
0424. '
WE FINANCE, LITTLE OR
NO CREDIT. 575 credit
scores w/10% down or
less than 575 w/equlty?
We owner finance! New
2,3,4 even 5 Bedroom
homes, 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
NEW YEAR, NEW HOME
4BR/3BA, 3 living ar-
eas, "Big Foot" w/ "Gator
Room. 2254 sq. ft. w/hid-'
den pantry, Island kitch-
en, 9th. ceilings, 10%
down, $485/mo. W.AC,
13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
WANT A NEW HOME?
We finance- good, little
or no credit. (own land
$0 down). Home only or
land & home, we even
"Rent to own". 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
$485 per month. (4BR.)
2 living area's. Tape &
texture home. Island


kitchen, appliance pkg.
Roman bath in master,
2136 sq. ft. "TITAN" at
10% down W.A.C. 13th
Street Homes, 386-418-
0424.
BRING YOUR OWN TI-
TLE.......... I need your
trades. Guaranteed top
dollar. Bring your best
deal we've be better.
- 13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
USED SINGLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA. $1,000
DOWN, '$199/MO. Call
904-783-4919.
USED DOUBLEWIDE,
3BR/2BA. $1,500
DOWN, $250/MO. Call
904-783-4619.
USED 16x80, only $6,500.
Will move free 904-783-
4619.
32x80 Palm Harbor,
4BR/2BA, only $475/mo.
904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED.
3BR/2BA. Will move for
free. Only $325/mo. 904-
783-4619.
50
For Rent'
KEYSTONE, CLEAN
2BR/1BA SWMH/"with
addition. 1 acre fenced,
paved road." $525/mo.
first, last, sec. 352-475-
3094 or 352-235-1143.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom,.
MH, clean, close to pris-'
on. 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 month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT. on lake. For infor-
mation call 352-473-
7769. Senior citizen dis-
count.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Island kitchen,
granite' counters, tile
floors, gas'fireplace, Ja-
cuzzi tub, 2 car garage
east of Keystone, with
lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, ,Keystone
school district. $1050/
mo. $1,050/dep. Call
Dave 0352-473-3560.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, Accepting appli-
cations for HC and non-
HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR. This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer." 1005 SW 6th
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141.


DOUGLASS LAWN CARE
Lawn Cuts & Morel
No job too small. ;glve me a call/'
.. *-Vuality Lawn Care at a Great Price;
f^^^lree s m*^^^ ates.M^-00
ll '3ohnathan Douglass





Now Accepting

Applications
1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
SHearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
CHandicapped Accessible .
This Institution is an Equal Opportunity ,
... P'mPovider, and Employer.c oowum,


Waldo Villas

Move-In

Special
2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st&
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institufion is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
SCall Nita at
352468-1971
TDD 809-955-9771


2BR/2 FULL BATH DW MH,
partly furnished, total re-
furbished, nestled In the
wood on Santa Fe River,
Worthington Springs.
Very private, service ani-
mals only, $650/month.
Call 386-496-2030.
2BR,_Upstairs apartment,
downtown Starke. $450/
mo plus deposit, etc
Cal 904-364-9022. .
STARKE AVAILABLE
2/1/13. 3BR/2BA, CH/A,
OWMH, off 230 across
from country club. New
beige carpet, tile floors,
mini blinds. Eat in kitch-
en, double oven,. appli-
ances. No smoking, ser-
vice animals only, job ref-
erences required. $700/
mo. plus $700 security.
904-662-3735, If no an-
swer leave message.
3BR/2BA HOUSE in coun-
try club of Keystone
Heights. Washer/dryer
hook-up, stove, refrigera-
tor, dishwasher. 455 S.E.
44th Street. $695/mo.
plus $600 deposit. Call
352-226-9220 or 352-
475-5533.'
2BR/2BA 'SW In Lake
Butler out towards Luru.
$600 security, $600 rent,
no smoking, service ani-
mals .only. Call 904-364-
6944.
3BR/2BA Double wide.
fenced yard, big kitchen.
Between Lake Butler and
Starke. $300 deposit,
$750/mo. Call 904-263-
3999 or 904-305-8287.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new- carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
.negotiable, terms. Ser-
vice animals only. Call
352-473-0464.
3BR/2BA. Doublewide,
..CH/A 650 SW. Orange
Ave. Keystone Heights,
3 blocks from school.
$700/mo. 1st, last, plus
$450 security. 352-468-
2441 or 904-626-2524
ask for Robert.
HOUSE on Lake Geneva.
28/1BA, CH/A, $600/mo.
$500 deposit. Call 904-
S955-8262.
MOBILE HOME 2BR/1BA
In Ralford, near prison. "
Service animals only.
$425/mo, plus $300 de-
posit. Call 904-964-8025.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA with a ga-
rage, nice neighborhood,
1011B. West Pratt St.
$725/mo. plus deposit.
Call 904-964-8073 to
apply.


SWMH 3BR/2BA, in quire
neighbor. Fenced on 1
acre. $550/mo. Call 904-
697-6979, leave mes-
sage,
2BR/1BA SW 1 acre, in
country. $450/mo. $500
deposit, no lease. Pets
welcome. Call 904-769-
9559.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
In quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
358-1114.
3BR/1BA HOUSE $575/
mo. $575, security. Ser-
vice animals only, or 2
BR/i1BA. SW. for 1 2
people, $550/mo. $550
security.. Service animals
only. Call 630-90g-5949.
14 x 66 MH on 1 acre lot
just outside Starke city
limits, $550 per month,
senior discount. 1 or 2
persons preferred. Call
904-964-8218.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT.
in Melrose. $600/mo.
Includes utilities, plus
deposit. Service animals
only, no smoking.-.352-
475-3486.
2BR/1BA. CH/A washer/
dryer, dishwasher. $550/
mo. $300 deposit Call
386-523-5091.-'r'
2BR/1BA SW on Griffis
Loop, 'service animals
only, CH/A, $425 per
month plus deposit Call
352-468-3221.
3BR/2BA DWMH on SE.
109th St. Starke. CH/A.
porch, service animals
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BOLIN
Continued from 28

SOften, this involves recognizing
and obtaining information about
mental health symptoms that
may have been present over the
client's lifetime so the defense
team can inform the jury of
the factors that shaped and
influenced the client's behavior
and functioning.
Bolin believes the material
she uncovers can lead to
understanding the conditions
that led to the criminal beha% ior.
Many of her clients cannot
explain how they could ha\e
committed the criminal acts of
.which they have been con' iced
For them-and sometimes for
.their victims-Bolin's "ork
can bring a sense of closure and
some level of acceptance.
In one case, Bolin's "ork
led to the recover) of TrMe
victim's body. The defendant,'
Anton Meyers, was comn icted
of murdering a 14-.ear-old
girl, even though her bod\ had
not been recovered. After the
sentencing, Meyers initial\
told Bolin he was innocent. She.
told him she could not help hi'm "f
unless he was willing to tell her"
the truth. Later, he handed her a
piece of paper on which he had
drawn a map of the location of
the' child's remains. They "ere
later recovered, the family
was able to have a burial. and,
Meyers's death sentence "as-
reduced to 25 years to life.
Although Bolin is unequivocal
in her opposition to the death
penalty, she says she is not soft
on crime.
."I agree that crime should be
punished," she said. "Life in
prison is punishment. Death-a
life for a life-is vengence.
"Death never really
accomplishes anything; it
provides no closure," Bolin'
says. She maintains that the
survivors are left with no answer
to the question, "Why?"
-Bolin points out that the death
setitence is never required in any
criminal case-it,is up to the
jur 's discretion, although the
judge has the power to overrule
a jury's recommendation of life
in prison in certain limited cases.
"If death is never required.
why do we have it?" asks
Bolin. She says studies ha e
demonstrated the death penaltN
is not a deterrent to crime. .
Noting the state's legal costs
in a death penalty case average
$21 million versus $700,000 in
non-death penalty cases, Bolin
says the money could be much
better spent on efforts to divert
at-risk kids from a lifeof crime.
"We all have choices," says
Bolin, noting that many people
don't have the resources to
make proper choices due to a
variety of causes, such as low
- mental capacity or repeated
exposure to abuse. "[If] there is
no intervention to get a child out
of that environment, he is totally
desensitized to violence."
SBolin points out that such a
child has no choice about his
Exposure to drug deals, gunfire


RELAY
Continued from 4B

launch at the Little Lake Santa
Fe boat ramp at safe light,.with
the weigh-in beginning at 3 p.m.
The entry fee is $70 with
the option of entering the big
fish pot for an additional $10..
A minimum prize of $750 is
guaranteed for first place. There
will also be a 50-50 drawing,
other prize drawings and food.
SFor more information, please
call Brook Morrell at 719-491-
8476.
Team Walgreens is currently
selling Vera Bradlty card wallets
for $5 as well as tickets to-enter
a drawing for a black and pink
HOPE purse. Purse tickets are
$2 each.
The Linda Lee Farily and
Friends team is selling tickets
for a chance drawing, where the
prize is half of the pot. You can
purchase one ticket, for $1 or
seven for $5. The drawing %ill
take place at this year's RelaN
for Life, which is scheduled for
April 13 at the Bradford High
School track.
A drawing for several pieces
of jewelry is being held by the
Altrusa team.Tickets are $5 each,
or five may be purchased for
$20. Tickets may be purchased
from any Altrusa member or at
A&G Gifts.
The Jan. 7 organizational
meeting also featured Dimple
Overstreet, the event chairman,
announcing this year's Relay
theme: Slug Out Cancer.
Linda Lee, the team.
development chairwoman,
handed out awards to two teams
that have already been working
hard .in raising money-the
Downtown Girls team received
a Bronze Siar award, while a
Silver Star award wentjto Union
Correctional Institution.


in the neighborhood or po'ert\.
Often there is no one to see that
he or she gets to school.
In addition to working as a
mitigaton specialist, Bolin also
%orks on exoneration proiHLots.
Si\ of her clients hate been
cleared and released, although
one later returned tuYprison.
Client tributes to Bolin include
the dra" ings and paintings she
proudly; displays in her home.
A stack of Christmas cards from
grateful inmates sits on her desk.
Perhaps the mosrtcontro% ersial
aspect ,Kf Bolin's in\ohement
"ith the criminal justice system
is her,. 1,9.96 marriage to Oscar
Ra o iri,, whom she met %\hen
he '41.-.alreadN on Death Rot\.
con i t.ed of the brutal rapes and
murders of three young "omen.
"It. s %\hat it is." she sa\s.
noting thai: she is still doing
e\ erlhing she can to exonerate


her husband. "It should not
overshadow what I do. I am not
defined by a husband."
Understandably, Bolin's work
sometimes results in negative
press, and that can be painful.
"People think you are crazy,
but' who are these people?
Everybody who knows me
knows where my heart is, so why
would I care about people who
don't know me? If they know
me, they defend me constantly,"
Bolin said.
That's prnbabl\ bec.Iuse C i ,hc
can see ho" much B.'lin caruls
"'One attorney. s:id I cared
Io much. not in ., riCe% "a,.
impl ing thai I shouldi't C ,are s:
much about people." she "id. "
said thank \ou. I don't think \-u
can care oo tLmuch about a1. one.
It someone had cared., the\
wouldn't' t be there Ion Death
Rm ] in the irsit place "


Rosalie Bolin
proudly shows
off some of the
artwork clients
have presented
to her. She also
has a stack of
Christmas cards
from inmates
grateful for the
work she's done.


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Bolin was raised Catholic and
attended a Catholic school.. "
"My mother wanted me to be
a nun," she says.
As a result of those influences,
she is a spiritual person who
prays constantly for the judges,
prosecutors, defendants and
victims in her cases.
"I pray a lot for God to enter
the person of- each and every
one in the courtroom, especially
the jurors, who have a heavy
responsibilit.-." she's s.
When the pressure of her
\ork piles up. Bolin finds.solace
in the peaceful \ie" from her
kitchen imdo".
"I handle it one case at a
timen," _he said. "1 haie no
regrets. My clients can saN I %as
one person that cared. That can
be nim legacy. I %as, that caring
in the process, in a process that's
preti. sterile and cold."


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C Section Thursday, Jan. 17, 2013



SPORT & FEAT URES






-Lady Indians defeat Bradford, move on in tournament


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Madison Colaw scored three
goals, while Hannah Crane
scored two in the Keystone
Heights girls' soccer team's
9-0 win over Bradford in the
quarterfinals of the District 5-2A
tournament on Jan. 14 at Santa


Fe High School in Alachua.
The Indians, the tournament's
Stop seed, scored all nine goals in
the first half to enforce the mercy
rule and move on to a semifinal
matchup with Interlachen on
Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 5 p.m.
Interlachen defeated Newberry
to advance.


Crane scored the first goal on
a header -,pproximately seven
minutes into the match on an
assist from Anjalena Bealsey.
Keystone misfired on several
opportunities over the next 10
minutes, while Bradford goalie
Kristie Yates stopped a close-
range shot by Colaw.


The Indians hit their stride,
though, scoring six goals in
a 10-minute span. Raychel
Trimble and Morgan Gibbs
each scored a goal, with Colaw
assisting on Gibbs' goal. Colaw
then scored two straight, both
off of assists from Beasley.
*Crane scored off of a Rachel


Lee assist before Colaw- added
another goal off of an assist
from Trimble to put the Indians
up 7-0.
Caitlin Cumbus scored in
the 31s' minute off of another
assist by Trimble. Cumbus then

See DISTRICT, 3C


Anjalena Beasley pushes
the ball upfield for
Keystone.


Keystone boys
end short
skid with 2
straight wins

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Logan Stanley recorded five
assists, while Cory Hedding and
Zac Holman combined for seven
goals for the Keystone Heights
boys' soccer team in wins over
Clay and Oakleaf.
The Indians (16-3-2) suffered
3-1 'and 1-0 losses to .Crescent
City and Eastside, ,respectively,
but bounced back with two
straight wins, beginning with a
5-0 win over Clay on Jan. 11 in
Green Cove Springs.
Hedding and Holman scored
all butone:ofthe goals in the win
over the Blue Devils. Hedding
scored ih the 12th minute off of
an assist from SianleN. while
Holman followed with a goal
in the 23rd minute. .Holnman
then scored approximately nine
minutes into the second half off
of an assist from Stanley, while
Hedding added his second goal
in the 5811th minute off of a Nacho
Grimaldo assist.
Grimaldo added the last
goal on an assist from Wyatt
JGrazian6.
On Jan. 14, Keystone hosted
Oakleaf, getting -three assists
from Stanley in a 7-1 win.
Stanley's first assist came on
a goal by Hedding in the fourth
minute. Holman then scored an
unassisted goal in the 251h minute.
Stanley scored on a Hedding
assist in the 38"' minute. The two
players then reversed roles for a
goal in the53rd minute.
SGraziano and Brandon Hannah
scored the final two goals, with
Graziano getting an assist on
Hannah's score.
The Indians host West Nassau
on Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7 p.m.
before capping the regular
season on Friday, Jan.1 18, with
a 6:30 p.m. home match against
Bartram Trail.

See KHHS, 3G

Theressa4to
host Family

Sportsmen
Fest Jan. 26

The Church at Orange Heights
will host its third annual Family
Sportsmen Fest on Saturday, Jan:
26, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at the
Triest family farm in Theressa-
located on Southeast 871" Street
off of C.R.'18. between U.S.
301 in Hampton and S.R. 100 in
Starke.
The event is free. A
complimentary lunch will be
served.
There will be many activities
for the whole family, including a
BB gun shoot, turkey shoot, 22
shoot, skeet shoot, archery,,golf
and pony rides. Bluegrass music
will be provided by the Andrews
Family Band. Ronnie Smith
of Ronnie Smith's Outdoor
Adventures will be a guest
speaker at 12:30 p.m.
For more information,
visit the event's "Facebook
page at www.facebook,.c.om/
familysportsmenfest. -






2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR C SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 17, 2013


Bradford hosts another successful Special Olympics event


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It felt like a day of "major
chaos," according to Kim
Paige, but Paige and the rest of
the Bradford County Special
Olympics management team
successfully pulled off an Area 4
Basketball Games event for the
second straight year as Special'
Olympics continues to establish
a strong foothold in the county.
Athletes from Alachua,
Columbia, Hamilton and Marion
counties joined Bradford
athletes in 5-on-5, 3-on-3,
'team-skills and individual-skills
competitions. Four Bradford
teams will move on to the
Feb. 22-23 state competition in
Gainesville.
This marks the second year of
a resurrected Special Olympics
program in Bradford County,
thanks' to the efforts of ESE
teachers. Though a newcomer
last year, Bradford was selected
to host the Area 4 Basketball
Games, which meant the county
would host the event for two
straight years.
Despite moments where
Bradford management team
members, may have felt like
they were overwhelmed, they
received compliments from


ABOVE: Tyler
Williams
prepares to
shoot during
team skills.
--TRIGHT: Leroyal
Stoutamire
(right) of the
Bradford High
School Tornado
Tides 3-on-3
team works to
score down low.
BELOW: TU s
Curtner, also-a
member of the
Tides, shakes
hands with the
opposing team
members after a
3-on-3 game.


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904-368-0689 fax


representatives of other counties.
"It makes you feel good
because we put every effort into
making it successful," Paige
said.
Two of Bradford's team-skills
teams will advance to state.
The Bradford Middle School
Hurricanes, consisting of Navea
Hall, Curtis Knights, Nicholas
Lamoree, Tyler Williams and
Ellis Woods, lost 92-86 to the
Columbia RMS Wolves, but
will advance because it was
an exhibition competition.
The Bradford. High School
Twisters, consisting of Chris
Chancey, Destiny Collins,
Keary Mathews, Julia Murray"
and Ashley Spitzer, defeated the
Columbia Tiger Cubs by scores
of 92-82 and 95-90.
Also advancing to state are
two of Bradford's 3-on-3 teams.
The Bradford High School
.Tornado Heat, consisting of
Nicholas Hernandez, Andy
Martinez, Valeido Vassel and
, Anthony Watson, defeated the
Alachua Arc Thunder 20-4,
while the BHS Tornado.Tides
team, consisting of Bruce
Carlton, Travis Curtner, Rashay
Miller-Hampton and Leroyal
Stoutamire, defeated the
Alachua Arc-Hornets 20-2 and
Alachua Arc Florida 20-0.
The BHS Tornado Crimson
team-skills team, consisting of
Marissa Allen, Daniel Baldwin,
Brittany Castillo,: Alicia
Hamilton and Kaleb Patterson,
will not advance, to state,
but have one win against the
Hamilt6n Warriors by a score
of 91-88 as well as an 83-83 tie
against the Alachua Arc Gators.
-Months before the event,
Bradford's athletes were excited.
Special Olympics management
team member Hope Davis said
the event and the chance to
participate in a sport gives the
students some common ground
with the\. regular-education














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RIGHT: Leroyal
Stoutamire
(right) of the
Bradford
High School
Tornado Tides
3-on-3 team
works to score
down low.
BELOW: Travis
Curtner, also a
member of the
Tides, shakes
hands with the
opposing team
members after
a 3-on-3 game.


U


LEFT: Valeidto
Vassel (left) gets
some tips during
warmups from
coach Rick Barr.
BOTTOM LEFT:
Andy Martinez
takes a long-
range shot for,
the Bradord High
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of working with others, arid
Davis said students have shown
improvements in behavior and
social skills.
"These improvements are' life-
changing improvements," Davis
said.
Davis,'Paige, Register and the
rest of the management team-
Deanna Coleman, Daniel Davis,
Donna Eaves, Barbara Johns
and Tammy Saxon-plan for
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Bradford County, though they
know the process will be slow
at first. The first year began with
basketball only, while golf was
added the second year during
last summer.
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athletic teams.
"They get so proud that they
kind of have their own thing,"
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Olympics athletes, adding,
"They share that. experience
with the regular-ed kids."
Members of the Bradford
High School boys' basketball
team, as well as other high
school students, worked as
volunteers at the Area 4 event.
Management team member
Jaime Lyn Register said it was
impressive to not only see that
kind of support, but to see the
regular-education students take
to Twitter and post positive
comments about the Special
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they're taking pride in them,"
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County has a positive impact on
both Bradford Middle School
and Bradford High School
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Long shots

fall for Tigers
in 65-38
district win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Shaimea Maeweather got the'
Union County boys' basketball
team off to a fast start, knocking
down five 3-pointers in the
first quarter as the Tigers rolled
to *a 65-38 win over visiting
Newberry on Jan. 10 to improve
to 6-0 in District 7-1 A.
The Tigers (11-6. overall)
shot 14 3-pointers in all, with
Maeweather connecting on
seven and finishing with a game-
high 28 points.
Union opened the game with
two straight 3-pointers-one by
SMaeweather and one by Carl
Alexander. Maeweather then
hit a jump shot inside the arc
following a steal by Geordyn
Green to, put the Tigers up 8-0.
The- Tigers scored 11 of the
first 13 points, but the teams
Eventually began trading
baskets. However, for many of
Newberry's 2-point field goals,
Maeweather was answering with
3-point shots. Maeweather's
fifth trey ,of the quarter put
Union up 22-10.
Though the Tigers did not
score a lot of points at the start of
the second quarter, it was a good
stretch for them nonetheless.
Newberry had three straight
one-and-done ,possessions,
with Alexander grabbing one
defensive rebound and Princeton
Alexander grabbing two. The
Panthers then committed three
straight turnovers, two of which
were steals by Prince Alexander
and Khliel Jackson.
Princeton Alexander and Kyle
Mosher each hit a 3-pointer late
in the second quarter, while
Daquin Edwards made two free
throws to send Union into the
half leading 34-19. ,
As hot as Maeweather was in
the opening quarter,. Green was
just as hot in the third quarter.
Green connected on three
3-pointers and scored all 15 of


Geordyn Green i
(left) handles
the ball on
the perimeter -
for the Tigers
in their 65-38 ',
District 7-1 A win
over Newberry. "
Green scored all
15 of his points
in the third
quarter.



his points in the quarter.
It was a 39-20 game when
Green sank a jumper on an
assist from' Austin Dukes.
Green followed that up with"
a steal on the defensive end,
which eventually led to him
knocking down a 3-pointer.
After a Newberry basket, Green
and Maeweather hit consecutive
3-pointers to put the Tigers up
50-22.
SGreen scored seven of the
last 10 points in the third
quarter. He scored on a drive
to the basket and was fouled on
"- another driving, hitting both of
the ensuing free throws. Green
then hit his third 3-pointer of the
game following his own steal.
With a running clock and
the game in hand, not much
happened for the Tigers in the
-fourth quarter, though Prince
Alexander had two steals, while
Jackson and Mosher each had
one. Mosher's steal set up a
score by Jerry Keller.
Green finished the game with
five assists and four steals, while
Mosher grabbed four rebounds.
Carl Alexander was the third-
leading scorer with eight points.
The Tigers travel to play Fort
White on Thursday, Jan. 17, and
then travel to Cross City to play
district opponent Dixie County
on Friday, Jan. 18. On Tuesday,
Jan. 22, Union hosts Williston.
All games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m.
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'. St. Thomas
A Aquinas hands

Tornadoes 2nd

.straight loss

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
St. ThomasAquinas outscored
-- I the Bradford boys' basketball
H. team 24-6 i6-he third quarter en
route to handing the Tornadoes
a 63-46 loss on Jan. 12 in.4he
Hoop Exchange at Eastside High
School in Gainesville;
.Justin McBride and Deon
Aldridge scored 13 and 12
Score by Quarter points, respectively, while
NHS: 14 5 11 8-38 Deantre Burch had 10. Keaaris
UCHS: 24 10 29 2-65 Ardley dished out eight assists
and had six steals.
Union scoring (65): C. Bradford (11-8) played District
Alexander 8, Princeton Alexander 5-4A opponent Fort White this
3, Edwards 4, Green 15, Keller past Tuesday and will host
2, Maeweather 28, Mosher district opponent Williston on
5. 3-pointers: P. Alexander, Thursday, Jan. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Mosher, C. Alexander 2, Green The Tornadoes will then travel
3, Maeweather 7. Free throws: to Tallahassee to play in the Jan.
9-11. 19-21 MLK Inspire Challenge.
On Tuesday, Jan. 22, Bradford
Earlier result: returns home to play district
opponent Santa Fe at 7:30 p.m.


UCHS 67 Baldwin 56
Union outscored visiting
Baldwin 45-31 in the second and
third quarters of a 67-56 district
win on'Jan. 8.
Keldric Bradley scored 21
points to lead the Tigers, while
Maeweather had 13 points
and five assists. Dukes had 10
points and nine rebounds, while
Edwards and Carl Alexander
,each had eight points.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 9 15 16 16-56
UCHS: 6 23 22 16-67

Union scoring (67): C.
Alexander 8, Prince Alexander
2, Princeton Alexander 3,
Bradley 21, Dukes 10, Edwards
8, Jackson 2, Maeweather 13.
3-pointers: Princeton Alexander,
Bradley, Edwards, C. Alexander
2, Maeweather 2. Free throws:
10-20.


SBradford goalie Kristle Yates (right) makes a stop of a shot by Madison Colaw.

r|" -A T | I Keystone wins its semifinal Fort White.
i ST IR| n I C T| match, against Interlachen, it Santa Fe High S
Continued from 1C will play for the championship hosting all tournament


recorded the assist on the final
goal, which was scored by Julia
Osteen in the 33rd minute.


on Friday, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m.
against either second seed Santa /
Fe, third seed P.K. Yonge, sixth,
'seed Williston or seventh seed '


school is
matches.


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photos.


U UI seed Interlachen (3-5-2 district 24. Second seed Santa Fe (7-
IK H H' 0 record) will play fifth seed Fort 2-1) will play the P.K. Yonge-
Continued from 1C White (3-6-1) at 5 p.m., while Newberry winner at 5 p.m.,
third seed P.K. Yonge (4-5-1) while top seed Keystone (9-0-1)
Keystone will host the District. will play sixth seed Newberry will play the Interlachen-Fort
'5-2A tournament, beginning (0-8-2) at 7 p.m. White winner at 7 p.m.
ITuesday, Jan. 22, with two The district semifinals will The championship match is
quarterfinal matches. Fourth take place on Thursday, Jan: set for Friday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m.


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SCObre by Quarter
STA: 13 15 24 11-63
BHS: 8 14 6 18-46


Bradford scoring (46): Aldridge
12, Ardley 7, Burch 10, Hampton
2, McBride 13, Mitchell 2.
3-pointers: Burch 2. Free
throws: 8-23,

Earlier results:

BHS77 Rams 56
-McBride scored 33 points,
grabbed 17 rebounds and blocked
five shots in a 77-56 district win
over Interlachen on Jan. 8 in
Interlachen.
Lyndell Hampton and Burch
scored 12 and 10 points,
respectively, with Burch
recording eight assists and four
steals. Marco Grimsley had
a team-high f0 assists tq go
along with 14 rebounds, while
Ardley had eight assists. Landon
Mitchell had four steals.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 19 22 25 11-77
IHS: 11 13 -15' 17-56

Bradford scoring (77): Aldridge
6, Ardley 2, Burch 10, Floyd 6,
Grimsley7, Hampton 12, McBride
33, Mitchell 1.3-pointers: Burch,
Floyd 2. Free throws: 10-15.

Santa Fe 58 BHS 54
Bradford couldn't hang onto
a three-point lead after three
quarters, falling 58-54 to district
opponent Santa Fe on Jan. 11 in
Alachua.
McBride and Ardley scored
13 and 12 points, respectively,.
while Aldridge had 11. McBride
had nine rebounds seven blocks,
while Ardley had eight assists,
eight steals and eight rebounds..


Mitchell had four steals.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 12 17 12 13-54
SFHS: 8 14 16 20-58

Bradford scoring (54): Aldridge
11, Ardley 12, Burch 2, Grimsley
5, Hampton 3, Jones 3, McBride
13, Mitchell 5. 3-pointers: Ardley,
Jones. Free throws: 20-39.

State runner-

up Newberry
too much for

Union girls

BY CLUFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Newberrybuilt a 19-3
lead in the first quarter, taking
advantage of eight turnovers
en route to handing the Union
SCounty girls' basketball team a
51-19 District 7-1A loss on Jan.
10.
The Panthers, who were the
Class iA runners-up last season,
remained perfect in the district,
while the Tigers fell to 3-3.
Courtney Walsh had the only
field goal for the Tigers (5-9
overall) in the first quarter as


GAMES
Continued from 2C

added over the coming years are
softball and track and field.
What will be important
for continued growth is the
involvement of other people,
especially people who are
interested in coaching. The
management team has handled
most of the coaching duties,
though the group was blessed to
have Rick Barr come on board as
a basketball coach this year.
"The kids have responded to
him so well," Paige said.
More people like Barr "ere
needed. If you are interested
in coaching or helping the
Special Olympics in Bradford
County in any capacity, please
contact one of the&, maqngement


Union was 1-of-8 from the field.
Walsh's basket came early in the
quarter, and the Tigers wouldn't
get another basket until early in
the second quarter when Janisha
Jones scored on a rebound
putback.
Teyona Jenkins hit a long
jumper later in the quarter before
recording an assist on Baneeshia
Jackson's 3-pointer. Newberry,
though, took a 28-10 lead into
the half.
Jenkins, who led Union with
eight points, had three steals in
the third quarter, while -Walsh
had two in the fourth quarter.
The Tigers travel to play Fort
White on Thursday, Jan. 17, at
6 p.m., and then travel to Cross
City to play district opponent
Dixie County on Friday, Jan. 18,
at 6 p.m.
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corn to view photos from this
game.


Score by Quarter
NHS: 19-9 20
UCHS: 3 7 2


3-51
7-19


Union scoring (19): Cobb 2,
Jackson 3, Jenkins 8, Jones 2,
Walsh 4. 3-pointers: Jackson.
Free throws: 4-8.


team members. Their contact
information is as follows:
Kim Paige, 904-966-6799,
paige.kim@mybradford.us;,
Deanna Coleman, 904-.
966-6007, coleman.deanna@
mybradford.us;
Daniel Davis, 904-966-
6075, coachdavisbhs@gmail.
com;
Hope Davis, 904-966-6799,
davis.hope@mybradford.us;
Donna Eaves, 904-
966-6015, eaves.donna@
mybradford.us;
Barbara Johns, 904-
966-6014, johns,barbara@
mybradford.us;
Tammy .-Saxon, 904-
966-6741, saxon.tammy@
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Jaime Lyn Register, 904-
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THis particular tournament is
composed of college teams from
all across the United States, and
McGee and his fishing partner
represented Bethel University,
which is located in Mckenzie,
Tenn. Bethel University placed
first in this year's tournament
with the help of McGee and
several representative teams.
Last year, McGee and his fishing
partner placed third overall.
McGee proudly credits his
father as the primary motivation
behind his successful fishing
career. He says he grew up
fishing with his father on


Hampton, Rowell, Santa Fe and
Kingsley lakes. By chance, as
a recent high school graduate,
McGee was visiting, a boat
dealership open house in Paris,
Tenn., and met the fishing
coach and recruiter from Bethel
University. The coach was
so impressed with McGee's
knowledge and love for fishing
that it led to a scholarship offer to
represent Bethel in competitive
fishing, which McGee obviously
accepted. ;
Additionally, McGee wanted
to express his fond fishing
memories of Tyson and Bald


Eagle Bait and Tackle in
Keystone, and mention the
encouragement they have
provided. By the way, that same
admiration was reciprocated
when Tyson heard the
compliment.
When asked about his favorite
bass fishing presentations,
McGee indicated that in
Tennessee he likes to fish deep
ledges with 3-quarter-ounce
football jigs or Strike King
Series 6 crank baits. He said
if he were in Florida now, he
would probably be fishing Santa
Fe Lake for pre-spawn bass.


McGee is currently a
sophomore at Bethel and plans
to major in business. Most
importantly, he really loves
paying for his college education
by fishing.
Looking ahead, dear and
turkey, seasons are coming to
a close shortly, so let us finish
up this season in a safe manner.
The Florida Bass Network will
finish up its regular tournament
season on Feb. 2 at Santa Fe
Lake. So for all of the winter
bass fishermen and crappie
advocates: tight lines until next
week.


Dillon McGee shows off a couple of trophy catches.




A Fins, Fur I
& Tails
E' By Mickey Agner --
._ ---


Fishing report
and Dillon
McGee


In our local \%aters. the bass
hite should be picking up soon
as the pre-spaJn phase lures the
bihcer females into the shallow s.
but right no%% the specks are in
the spotlight. Last week, Don
Clemmon_ of Staike took a
bucket of minno,.s to Cro-sb,
Lake and came back %\ith 21
keepers.
JoeN Tlson of Bald Eagle
Bait and Tackle in Ke.stone
Heights reported that the better ,
cloud-co'ered daNs of last "eek
seemed to slo. the crappie bite
some. Ho% e er. hen the clouds
cleared on EridaN. he indicated
that it seemed like e'erNbod%
"as headed to the lakes. As
of this % ritin.g, their luck %as
unknown, but T\s(in did report
that a couple of fishermen came
out of Santa Fe Lake last "eek
%"ith their limit of sunshine
hjss. All of the infertile hNbrids
"ere in the 2-pound range and
apparently %\ere representatives
of the same stocking program.
The Kingsle. Lake fishermen
are still waitingg for the crappie
bite to turn on around the


underwater erass line in that
lake.
Despite Clemmors' success
in Crosb\ Lake and the noted
catch of sunshine bass in Santa
Fe. this other %ise lull in acti it%
is consistent %ith the lunar
phase The absolute lo\\est lunar
stimulation should ha'e been
felt on Jan. 11. At this point the
game and fish actiu it\ should be
gaining momentum and reach its
pinnacle "ith the full moon on
Saturday Jan. 26.
A bass tournament on the
Harris chain of lakes around
Ta'ares is not really \ local
ne\\s. That is unless it is a 'erN
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participant happens to be Dillon
McGee. McGee gre" up in
Starke. the son of Bert McGee
Jr. and Leslie McGee. His
grandmothers are Jackie Thomas
of Ke stone and Be'erlN Poag
of Jasper. Ga. His maternal
grandfather is Tomm\ Johns of
MNlacclenn\. MNlcGee's paternal
grandfather. Bert McGee Sr.,
\ as also from Starke. but passed
a\\a\ last \eier.
The tournament uas the
Carhari Bassmj.ster College
Series Tournament held Jan. 4-5.


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