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6 set to compete for title of Miss U-Co High
BY TIFFANY CLARK
Six Union County High
School students will compete for
the 2013 title of Miss U-Co High
on Thursday, Feb. 7, at 7 p.m.
in the UCHS auditorium. The
contestants are Amber Regar,
Danielle Pate, Nicole Shaw,
Holly Tucker, Jessica Church
and Ashlyn Harden. The theme
is Dreams come true at UCHS,
a tribute to female Disney
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Regar is the- 18-year-old
daughter of, Dwight and Terri
Regar and is a senior at UCHS.
She has been a member of
SWAT (students working
against-tobacco) and is currently
a FBLA (future business leaders
of America) officer. Regar is an
honor roll student and recently
received an award for Top Tiger
at UCHS.. Her hobbies include
attending church and singing and
loves being outgoing. After high
school, Regar plans to attend
college to pursue a degree in-, Liberty University to major in
elementary education. Regar, music business. Her dream is
will play the role of Snow White to work in the music business
and said she is looking forward industry. Pate will .play the part
to displaying her evening gown of Cinderella. The talent portion
the night of the event, of the event is her favorite. She
said she has been working very
V M hard on her talent and hopes to
Pate is the 18-year-old
daughter of Kirk and Prudence
Pate and is a senior at UCHS.
She is the Beta club president,
the FFA (future farmers of
America) chapter secretary, and
is involved in ASBC (America's
students bettering communities),
the drama club and cheerleading.
Pate is an A honor roll student
and has received many awards
in. the FFA, cheerleading and
drama. Last year, Pate won the
category of best talent in the
2012 Miss U-Co High pageant.
Her hobbies include singing,
playing the piano and guitar,
cheering, and participating in
church act'ities. After high
school, Pate plans to attend
Shaw is the 17-year-old
daughter of Leonard and
Kimberly Shaw and is a senior
at UCHS. She is involved in
Tigerettes, FFA, tennis, ASBC,
HOSA, and cheerleading. She
received 2nd place in medical
spelling and was named best
attitude in Tigerettes. Her
hobbies include: shopping,
hunting, church activities, and
tennis. -Shaw is a member of the
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler. She is currently dual
enrolled at Florida Gateway
College where she is working
towards completing her AA
degree. Shaw plans to transfer
to the University of Florida after
graduation to pursue a degree in
Pediatrics. Shaw will play the
role of Belle from Beauty and
the Beast and. said she is looking
forward to working with each of
the girls and being part of it all
during her senior year.
Tucker is the 17-year-old
daughter of Jay and Marcie
Tucker and is a junior at UCHS.
She is a member of the Beta
club, HOSA (health occupation
students academy), FFA, CIA
(Christians in action), FJAS
(Florida junior academy of
science), varsity softball team
and is the FCA (fellowship of
Christian athletes) president.
Tucker participated in the
International Science Fair her
sophomore year. She his won
numerous awards for FFA,
science fair, and softball. Her
hobbies include travel softball,
reading, swimming, and
spending time with her family.
Tucker is a member of Sardis
Baptist Church. She is currently
dual enrolled at Florida Gateway
pursuing her AA degree.
Afterward, she plans to attend
the University of Florida for
a B.S. ded'ree in biochemistry
followed by a transfer to Duke
University to gain a medical
doctorate in pediatrics. Tucker
was participating in. a science
fair competition and was unable
to give her thoughts on the
upcoming competition. She Will
play the part of Cruella de Vil.
include drawing, playing piano,
and singing. She plans to apply
to West Point and enter the army
as an officer. Church will play
the part of Pocahontas and said
that although she is nervous, she
is excited to do her best to be part
of the pageant this year.
Church is the 17-year-old
daughter of Donald and Cynthia
Church and is a junior at UCHS.
She played the clarinet for two
years in both the marching
and symphonic band. Church
performs the role of state flag
position in' color guard and is
the commander of the female
unarmed squad in JROTC
(junior reserve officer training
corps.) Church is also a part of
the teacher cadet program and
the UCHS yearbook staff. An A
honor roll student, her hobbies
Harden is the 17-year-old
daughter of Joey and Stacy
Harden and is a senior at UCHS.
She is a member of the FFA and
plays for the UCHS softball and
volleyball teams. Harden has
been on the honor roll for all
four years of High School. She
has received many awards for
softball to include scholar athlete
and best all around player of the
year. Her hobbies are playing
summer travel softball, hanging
out with her friends, tanning,
volleyball, and watching college
football. Harden is in the youth
group at Grace Life Church of
Lake City. After graduation,
she plans to attend St. Johns
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Take Stock in Children Scholarships
UC students in need of Merntors
Morning Star Baptist Church
will have a yard sale and a bake
,sale on Saturday, Feb. 2, from
8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Morningstar
is located on half mile from the
intersection of S.R. 121 and C.R.
18 in Worthington Springs.
The Worthington Springs
Senior Center will host a Bingo
night at the Worthington Springs
Community Center on Friday,
SFeb. 8. Refreshments will be
sold to include fried fish, hot
dogs, coleslaw and more. All are
invited to attend.
The Union County Board of
County Commissionets will
meet on Monday, Feb. 18, at 6
p.m. This is a mandatory meeting
for all interested building
contractors. This pertains
to the CDBG. (Community
Development Block Grant) For
more information, contact 386-
A special meeting for the
proposed flood ordinance will
follow at 6:30 p.m.
Daddy-daughter date night
is set for Feb 15. Hosted by
SFirst Baptist Church and Butler
Seafood House and Grill.
Reservations required. Call the
church office at 386-496-3704
or visit www.fbclakebutler.com
BY TIFFANY CLARK
The Take Stock in Children
(TCIC) program is available in
every county in the State.Flori-
da. Students are accepted into the
program beginning around the
8th or 9' grade and are mentored
each week. If the student remains
in the program and completes
the requirements, they receive a
two-year scholarship after gradu-
ation. In Union County, there are
currently more students awaiting
acceptance into the program than
there are available mentors. Each
student must have a mentor to
be eligible for the scholarship.
Because of this, several students
could lose their only opportunity
to receive a scholarship.
TSIC is. a non-profit orga-'
nization that began in 1995.
The purpose is to provide a
unique. opportunity for deserv-
ing low-income students, many
from minority families, to help
them escape the cycle of poverty-
The program is based on the
principal that given extensive
support, motivation and account-
ability, students will work hard
to ensure that they graduate from
high school and attain a college
2012 Union County High
School graduate Quaneshia Ed-
wards began TSIC in the 9h"'
"I heard about the program
in the 8"' grade from one of my
teachers, Mrs. Peacock," said
During meetings with TSIC
program assistant Antonia Rob-
inson with Florida Gateway Col-
lege and mentor Cathy Sams,
Edwards would discuss 'matters
such as what her plans were
during and after high school.
"We found ways for me to pre-
pare myself for anything men-
tally and physically that might
come my way, like study habits,
tests, and scheduling different
events to work around each oth-
er. I love the fact that no matter
what I needed, they were always
there for me and believed in me.
They would even work around
their busy schedules to guide
and lead me in the right direction
when I had rio idea of what I was
doing. The program helped pre-
pare me for 'things like timing,
scheduling, studying, financial
responsibility and tests," said
Currently a freshman at FGC,
Edwards now mentors with TSIC
and is beginning a TSIC Alumni
alliance club at the college. After
Edwards completes her physical
/therapist assistant AS degree, she
plans to transfer to UCF to con-
tinue her education.
'I would definitely recom-
mend the program to other stu-
dents," said Edwards.
UCHS graduate Cheyenne
Tempest also participated in
TSIC, beginning in the 8th grade
at age 13.
"My older brother was in-
volved with TSIC, so when the
mentor approached my mom'
about having me participate as
well, we knew it could only help
me in my pursuit of higher edu-
cation," said Tempest.
Mentored by Rob Ulmer,
Tempest said, "We would do
whatever I. needed, whether it
was studying for a test the next
day, figuring out what classes to
take the next semester, college
and scholarship applications, or
just talking and putting every-
thing into perspective. Almost
two years after graduating from
high school, my mentor is still
there for me whenever I need
advice and encouragement. He's
a wealth of wisdom and inspira-
tion and I feel very fortunate to
have him on my side. I definitely
would recommend this program.
It has proven to be an invalu-
able resource and has afforded
me many opportunities over the
Since graduating in 2011,
Tempest graduated with an AA
degree from FGC. Last sum-
mer, Tempest traveled with ga-
tor band to London where they
performed at multiple Olympic
venues. 'Tempest now attends
Florida State University and is
pursuing her bachelor's degree
while majoring in classical, ar-
chaeology, anthropology and po-
litical science. She is a member
of the Marching Chiefs, Sigma
Alpha Iota- professional music
fraternity for women, and Eta
Sigma Phi- Greek and Latin hon-
"Since I am taking on three
majors, I have another .three to
four years until I'm' done with
my bachelors degree. Once that
is complete, I intend on joining
the U.S Air Force. and going back
to school for my Master's degree
and then my PhD," said Tempest.
TSIC funds the college schol-
arships and student services
through public-private fundrais-
ing. Children are matched with
an adult mentor who meets with
the student at their school once
a week. These volunteers are re-
cruited, trained, supported, mon-
itored, and evaluated by TSIC.
Mentors provide academic and
behavioral motivation, guidance,
friendship, support and are en-
couraged to continue their ser-
vice over a multi-year period.
Some of the mentors in Union
Dot Green, who has been
a mentor with TSIC for over
"I mentor kids because I love
being around them. They 'keep
me young and feeling useful.
Thig year, I mentor only one stu-
dent, but in the past I have men-
tored asmany as three. The best
part of being a mentor for me is
listening and finding out what
they like, what they want to do,
and then helping them to achieve
those goals. Sometimes they
don't have anyone who will lis-
ten to them. We need to let them
know that they can accomplish
anything," said Green.
As a long-time mentor with
TSIC, Green gave a few sugges-
tions to those who consider be-
coming a mentor.
"Ask yourself these questions.
Quaneshla Edwards participated in TSIC during high
school. Now a graduate of UCHS, she currently attends
college and mentors with TSIC.
Do you love to deal with chil-
dren. Can you listen and talk to
the students without degrading
them or telling them how wrong
they are all the time. Can you let
the student know what is better
for them, maybe without them
even knowing you did it. If
yes, then mentoring cold be
for you. lust remember that
some of these students have no
one to lead them, listen to them
or help them. You can make a
difference. I am so glad I have."
Chrystal: Woodall has also
mentored with TSIC.
"It is an opportunity to make
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difference in one's life. These
students are usually hard workers
but may not be aware of opportu-
nities without guidance. The best
part of being a mentor for me is
' having been a part. of something
bigger than myself and know-
ing that the student was able to
accomplish their dreams. It is
much more blessed to give than
to receive. What greater legacy
to leave than to have made an
impact on the lives of others,"
Woodall, commented on
the many accomplishments of
UCHS graduate Lakisha Wit-
ter. "It is truly a blessing to see
the student that I first mentored
not only owning her own home,
working on her doctorate degree
and giving back to her communi-
ty but also pursuing Christ with
unwavering devotion. Now that
is a blessing to have been a part
of. Sheis not just a student that
I mentored, but someone I love
dearly and consider to be my
Linda Norcross has mentored
with TSIC for five years.
"I mentor no more than two
students per year and I currently
mentor a senior that will be go-
ing to college after graduation.
I enjoy watching the students
mature during their high school
years: With a mentor's guid-
ance, they leave high school with
a plan to be successful. TSIC
scholarship students must have a
mentor assigned to them or they
will not receive the .two-year
scholarship to Florida' Gateway
College. This program is fund-
ed through individual donations,
Continued from 1A
River College,, on a Tull softball
scholarship, where she will
pursue a career in Nursing.
Harden will play the role of
Rapunzel from Tangled and .said
that she is excited to showcase
her outfits to the public.
The pageant is sponsored and
produced by the sophomore
class. The contestants must be a
female junior or senior. Prior to
the pageant, the contestants meet
with.the judges for the ,interview.
portion of the competition.
Judges will also look at the
contestant's biographies that
were submitted and score them.
At that time, the judges will also
award one contestant the most
photogenic award, Another title
given before the pageant is the
Miss Congeniality title, which
the contestants vote on.
During the pageant, judges will
score the girls based on poise and
presentation during the casual
'wear (students model a casual
'outfit that represents their unique
personality and-style), on stage
.question. (question is chosen by
judges and asked on stage at
:the pageant to be scored), talent
'(coptestants perform a talent of
.their choice), and evening gown
;(based on poise and appearance).
Points are awarded' by
:the following guidelines:; 20
points awarded for academic
;achievemdenit based on official
Lakisha Witter participated in TSIC. Her mentor was Chrystal Woodall.
"She is not just a student that I mentored, but someone I love dearly and consider to
be my friend," said Woodall.
business partners,. and organized
fundraisers. The funds are given
to the Florida Gateway Founda-
tion and the State of Florida then
matches the monies raised. The
Foundation will then purchase
Florida.pre-paid scholarships for
the: students," said Norcross, who
oversees the program at Union
County High School.
Quoting Richard M. De Vos,
Norcross said, "Few things in the
world are more powerful than a
positive push. A smile. A word
of optimism and hope. A 'you
can do it' when things are tough."
"I encourage people to make
the commitment because you can
make a difference in a student's
life as well as enrich your life,"
Kaleb Clyatt became a mentor
because he believed that many
students and families underesti-
mate the value of higher educa-
"Whether it is college, trade
school, or some other type of
training program, we all need
to prepare ourselves to enter'the
workforce. That becomes more
important every year as jobs be-
come more advanced and reliant
on technology. These students
have the opportunity to 'receive
a 2-year college scholarship and
make something of them selves.
My question is,why aren't we all
mentoring them," said Clyatt.
Clyatt began acting as a men-
tor during the last school year
continued with his TSIC student
"The best part of being a
mentor is having the opportu-
nity to show a student that they
have the ability to succeed, and
then watchinrrg them do just that.
These students are our future,
which means we're securing a
better future for ourselves by giv-
ing them the'tools they need to
succeed," said Clyatt. "Potential
mentors should be able to relate
to students and form positive re-
lationships with them. If that can
be achieved, the benefits to the
student and the mentor will sig-
nificantly outweigh the costs."
According to TSIC, the miulti-
year commitment to at-risk chil-
dren is, an investment in your
community. The goal is to con-
tinue to reduce the number of
high school dropouts and to in-
crease the number of students
who finish college and enter the-- -
TSIC program has:
served over 16,000 children
throughout 67 counties in Flori-
over $109 million in Flphrida
prepaid foundation scholarship
generated over 1,000,000-..
mentor volunteer hours and cur-
rently has over 7,500 mentors.
current student population:..
consists of over 65 percent of-
For students to be awardedd,
their scholarships, they must-sty';
in school, maintain good grades,.
exhibit good behavior, remain'-
crime and drug free, and meet'
with their mentors once a week.
Students are held accountable.--
If they do not fulfill the program "
standards, they risk losing their-
The Take Stock in Children.
program in Union County is,*...
looking for new mentors. The -,
TSIC website has information..' '
for both mentors and student. For
more. information on TSIC, con"-
tact the program office at 386-"
754-4392, visit www.takestock-
inchildren.org or email antonia..'
GPA, 10 points awarded for
activities-and honors, 20 points
awarded for interview, 15
points awarded for talent, 5
points awarded for opening
presentation, 10 points awarded
for the on stage question, 10
points for casual wear, and 15
points for the evening gown. '
2012 Mis U-Co High Kelsey
Harrison sai, "I am excited
about the entire production and I
am anxious to see how they do
the night of the pageant. This is
a great group of girls I wish each
of them the best of luck."
Admission will be $5. The
sponsors of the pageant said
that they would like to extend a
.big thank you to Kelly Christie
and the, performers from Kelly
Christie Dance Academy for their
work on providing entertainment
the night of the event. All are
invited to attend any see who will
be crowned Miss U-Co High.
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Notice of Application for Tax
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE
David J. Crews, the.holder(s
following certificate has file
certificate for a tax deed to bi
thereon. The certificate num
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CERTIFICATE #: 148 YE
DESCRIPTION OF PROPER
All that part of the North 1/,
North V/2 of Section. 32, Tow
South, Range 19 East, Union
Florida, lying West of the right
for a forestry management
road known- as Road 17-A
foot-.wide, right of way) LES
EXCEPT the West 1,758 27
the'said North 1/2 of the Nor
TOGETHER WITH an es
for ingress and. egress o'
acrdss, the 60 foot wide Roa
described as follows:
A 60,foot wide strip of land in
32, Township 5 South, Range
Union County, Florida, lyin
feet on both sides of the ci
of an existing forestry mann
grade road knows as Road, 1
centerline being more, pa
described as follows:
Commence. at the Northeas
of said Section 32 thence S
degrees 59 minutes 44 second
along the Normth line of said
32,:adistance of 1,013.78 fe
Point of Beginning; thence S
along the said centerline
17-A, through the following
South .22 degrees 47 mm
seconds East, 330.50 feel
Point'of Curvature (PC) of
conhve to the Southwest I
radius of'800.00 feet and a
angle of 13 degrees 44 mir
seconds, thence Southeaste
the Arc of the curve, 191.92
the"Point of Tangency (PT)
South 09 degrees 03. min
seconds East, a distance of
fest-to the PC of a curve
Stoi'te Northwest having a
4q 00 feet and a central
49-d.egrees 59 minutes 19
] thence Southwesterly along the
arc of the curve, 348.99 feet to the
S 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
S seconds; thence Southwesterly along
the arc of the cutve 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
003 concave'to the. Northeast having a
Deed radius of 290.00 feet and a central
=N, that angle of 97 degrees 27 minutes 50
5) of the seconds; thence Southeasterly along
ed- said the arc of the curve, 493.31 feet to
e issued the PT; thence North 85 degrees
ber and 27 minutes 00 seconds East, a
option of distance of 150.57 feet; thence
in which North 68 degrees 3.4 minutes 30
Vs: seconds East, a distance of 342.74
EAR OF- feet to the PC if a curve concave to
S the Southwest having a radius'of
IT'Y: 32- 225.00 feet and a central angle -of
77 degrees 50 minutes 37 seconds;
thence Southeasterly along the
2 of the arc of the curve, 305.69 feet to the
vnship 5 FT; thence South 33 degrees 34
-County,. minutes 53 seconds East; a distance
it of way of 297.74 feet -to'the PC of a curve
g rade c6ncave to the Southwest having a
(a 60 radius of 600.00 feet and a central
SS AND angle of 25 degrees 08 minutes 58
leet of seconds; thence- Southeasterly along
th 1/2 of ime arc of the-curve, 263..36 feet to
trie PT; thence South 08 degrees 25
basement minutes 55 seconds East, a distance
ver and of 228.18 feet to the centerline of
ad 17-A, State-Road 238 and the end of the
Sei said centerline.
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agement NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED-
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" Said property being in the County
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Section described in such certficatle will
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Of Road 21st day of February, 2013
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Library Director Mary Brown
recently appeared before '
the Union County Board of
Commissioners to award
certificates of appreciation
to two -Wal-Mart employees,
John Gilroy and Crissy Esford,
along with volunteer Beth
Thomas (50 hours). Brown
informed the commissioners
that between the three, they
had volunteered nearly 400
hours of their time at the
".Over, the past couple
of years, the Wal-Mart
Foundation has given
$3,000 in. grant funds to the
UC Library as part of the
program they participate in,"
During their hours, the:
three performed tasks such
as yard work, fencing/gates,
trimming hedges and trees,.
laying mulch, repairing
cabinets, shelves and trim,
pest control, and much:more.
: With the funds, the library
was able to purchase books,
CDs, DVDs and furniture..
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SThe group of children from the First Baptist home school connection recently stopped by the. library for a guided
`tour of the facility. While at the library, the children were shown the various rooms in the library including the "staff
`Ionly" working areas. The kids all had an opportunity to dress up, play with puppets, sihfg songs, and more. Those
who participated were (1-r) Lucas Stirrat, Noah Stirrat, Tatum Hagan, Gage Howard, Peyton Howard, Jack Wells, Josie
'Wells, Hank Wells, Kyler Floyd, Kinsley Floyd, Hannah Mitchell, Nathan Mitchell, Carissa Mitchell, Danny Mitchell,
., and Children's Library Assistant Shannon Chambers.
SGrace Christian Fellowship
of Worthington Springs. will
begin Sunday school on Sunday,
Feb. 3, at 9:30 a.m. For more
information call 386-496-2859
or visit the websie' at www.
First United Methodist
Church with the New Jerusalem
Pull Gospel Church will hava a
revival .with the Happy Carter
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Family\ beginning on Thursda\.
Jan. 31, through Sunday, Feb. 3,
each night at 7 p.m. The church
is located off of S.R. 121 in
Worthington Springs. All are
Morning Star Baptist Church
will have a yard sale and a bake
sale on Saturday, Feb. 2, from
8 a.m. unti2, p.m. Morningstar
is located on\ihalf mile from the
intersection of S.R. 121 and C.R.
18 in Worthington Springs.
Morning Star Baptist Church
invites everyone to come to
worship. The church is located
on C.R. IS. one half mile %esi
of S.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
Santa Fe Mennonite Church
welcomes all to attend service on
Sundaysat 9:30 a.m. and the 1st
. and 3rd.Sunday. of each month
at 6 p.m. The church is located
at 4555 SW 107th Ave. Contact
386-984-0938 or 352-339-2249
for more information.
On Sunday, Feb. 3, the First
Christian Church in Lake Butler
will host gospel musician
Thomas Shelton in concert at
Over the last thirty-five years
Shelton has shared his God-
given talent with thousands
A.n Indiana native, Shelton was
raised in a devout Christian
home. In 1977, he was inducted
into "Who's who in American
Music." In June. of that same
year, he joined the touring group
"General Delivery USA." Since
then, he has traveled as the lead
singer of the "Gospelites" of
Dobbins, California as well'as
a tenor with the "Watchmen" of
Shelton and his wife Shannon
spent two years in the Caribbean
and in South America as cruise
directors for the New Creation
World-wide Christian cruises.
Shelton. has- served in four
separate Congregations- in the
development of music and youth
programs. His ministry has
taken him to all fifty states and
to eleven other countries. Now
a soloist, you can hear him ir
Everyone is invited to attend
to enjoy an evening of gospel
music. A love offering will be
taken to encourage Shelton ir
Last week's Tiger Cub
were: Braden Adams, Curtis
Austin, Cora Bryant, Harrison
Cunningham, Cason Denson,
Kelly Denson, Macy Dillard,
Jordan Ditullio, Case Elixson,
Ethan Graham, Ethan Griffis,
Billy Gunter, Lili Hart, Arington
Hicks, Haley Kimble, Austin
Lake, Elijah Moore, Caroline
Mosqueda, Clay Parrish, Georgia
Rizer, Violet Romero, Lanie
Sargent, Hannah Sherrod, Kinley
Smith, Kody Stalnaker, Colton
Stanley, Jaylin Wadley, Barron
Walden, Nathan White, Blane
Williams, Dermarius Williams,
Nyasia. Williams and Justin
With Valentine's Day just
around the corner, LBES
would like to remind parents
-of some very important safety
Due to student allergies,
LBES cannot allow Latex
balloons on the campus. Metallic
or Mylar balloons are acceptable.
For safety reasons, the
cannot allow glass vases or
helium (floating) balloons to be
transported on the buses. Parents
will need to make arrangements
See SCHOOL, 6A
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All deliveries should have'
the student's first and last phme-
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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,.
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students are ranked top in the.
state. Achieve 3000 is an online.
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THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A
The Lake Butler Rotary Club
will host a Valentines Hawaiian
Luau on Saturday, Feb. 9, from 7
to 10:30 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center. Tickets are
$25 each or two tickets for $45.
A table for ten is $200. There will
be dinner, music, silent and live
auctions and more. For tickets
or for more information contact
Joyce at 352-745-6240, Zach at
352-231-1939, Ginny at 386-
496-2526 or ask any Rotarian.
Miss U-Co High
SThe Miss U-Co High Pageant
Will be held on Thursday,
Feb. 7, at 7 p.m. at the Union
County, High School auditorium.
Admission is $5 per person.
' Tammy Johns Day will be held
on Saturday, Feb. 2, beginning
at noon at John Howells located
South on CR: 231 towards
RMC. There will be a turkey
shoot, chicken and rice dinners
and much more. Everyone is
invited to attend. Donations, can
also be sent to the Archie Tanner
Funeral home in Starke. For
more information or for further-
directions contact Kaylen at 229-
232-2278 or Catie at 386-266-
6693. Be sure to come out and
enjoy yourself while helping out
a good cause.
SThie 4th annual Cetebration of
abilitiess prom is being held on
Eeb. 15, from 7 to 10 p.m. This
prom is a special celebration'for
students of exceptionalities in
" This special occasion allows
;lqe students to celebrate their
speciall abilities and to have a
special night that is dedicated
jt'them' This year's theme is
H-ollywood Red Carpet Event."
If any business or organization
is interested in. hejhizjt, ith this
year's upcoming event, please
contact Tammy Harrison, Cathy
rGriffis or Patsy Fortner at Union
County High School at 386-496-
4863:" Any contributions are special
Miss Bradford Fest, an event
of Santa Fe College, will be
held on' Saturday, Feb. 16,
at the Bradford ,High School
auditorium at 7 p'.m. A portion
of the proceeds benefits Santa Fe
College scholarships in Bradford
Contestants will compete in
multiple categories including
Western wear and talent,
depending on age category. The
winner of the Miss category
could receive a two-year Santa
Fe College scholarship.
The Union County Road/
Solid waste department invites
members of the county to join
the "Toxic Round-up," helping
the community to become a safer
The Florida Department of
environmental protection and the
Union County commission are
sponsoring this project to collect,
recycle, treat and properly
dispose of household hazardous
On Saturday, March 9, from
9 a.m. to 3 p.m., members of the
community can properly dispose
of their' household hazardous
waste by bringing it to the road/
solid waste department located
North just off of S.R. 121 on SW
Items, being accepted include
aerosol cans, antifreeze, batteries,
computers, corrosives, diesel/
transmissions fluid, emergency
flares, fertilizers, florescent
lamps, gasoline, household
cleaners, household electronics,
insecticides, medications, oil
fillers, paint and paint products,
paint thinners, pesticides,
photographic solutions, poisons,
pool chemicals, propane tanks,
televisions, and used oil.
Household hazardous waste
is harmful if not disposed of
correctly. For more information
contact Jimmy Beasley at 386-
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A locaL research study may offer free
investigational rheumatoid arthritis medication.
The New River Solid Waste
Association Board of directors
will hold a special called board
meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5, al
noon at the New River Regional
Landfill. Be advised that future
notices and agendas for regular
board meetings and special
called board meetings will be
published on the website www'
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 -an
appropriate for young children
and are changed weekly.
on at the
There will be a HALO ,
Tournament on Saturday, Fel
9, from 5 to 8 p.m. for teens am
young adults. There will be fre
popcorn and prize drawings
Admission is free. Open gami
floor. Tournament registration
will be $5 per team of up to fou
players. All proceeds benefit
'JFOL's (Junior friends c
Books for your eReader ar
available through the 'library'
webpage at www.newriver.lit
SThe bookmobile is available
various stops around the count
on Tuesday and Thursdays
Visit the webpage for a schedule
or call the library at 386-49(
3432 for more information.
the UCPL also has
TumbleBook library link locate
on the UCPL website for school
STumbleBooks are created wit
added animation, sound, musi
and narration to existing pictui
books. Visit www.newriver.lil
fl.us/kids-page/ or call 386-49(
3432for more information.
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meeting will be held oh Monday,
Feb. 11, at 3 p.m.
The quality committee meeting
will be held on Friday, Feb. 15,
Sat 3 p.m.
S The board meeting will be held
t on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 9 a.m.
SThe office is located at 1104 SW
Main Blvd in Lake City.
r The coalition administers
I the state and' federal funding
* for all school readiness and
(VPK) programs for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannbe,
and Union. Community
participation and input
welcomed. If any persons)
y interested in attending this
meeting has a disability requiring
e special assistance contact Stacey
SNettles at'(386) 752-9770.
n Babe Ruth sign
Baseball sign ups for spring
will 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
4 be $60, and $80 for all othei
). divisions. There will be a raily
d day and picture day on Saturday
e Match 9. 'For more information
. contact Steve Lynch at slynch@
s issues annual
at The conference will be held a
y the Community Revival Center
s. Pastor Clyde Douglas & Siste
le Laverne Douglas. The church
5- is located at 244 NE Patterson
Street in Lake City. The theme
a is: Women Why You Tripping
d Just Believe God!
- Friday Feb. 1, at 7:30 p.m
Sthe guest speaker will be Pastc
th Dr. Queen Homrne- Kelly c
ic Miracle Word of Faith Min. Inc
b. On Saturday, Feb. 2, their
w- Will be teaching workshops wit
guest speakers.. Pastor Sharo
Jones- Women walking by fait
and not by sight, Associate Pastc
SCarolyn J. Robinson- Insecurit
and jealousy. Pastor Elaine
Dixon- Communication issues
and Sister Laverne Douglas-
personal hygiene, grooming and
Registration is $10 for the
workshops beginning @9 a.m.
Saturday. Continental breakfast,
prayer, and get acquainted begins
at 9:30 a.m.
Workshop teachings begin, at
10 a.m. with lunch at noon.
Men, women, teenagers, all
denominations and cultures are
invited to attend both Friday
night and Saturday morning,
t casual dress'on Saturday.
After the workshop will be
a panel board of discussion for
Questions and answers.
For more-,nformation contact
or 386-344-4850. If you will
be attending the workshop,
call ASAP for food count. Dr.
Apostle Donald Kelly- Overseer.
The Union,Bakerand Bradford
i. County Extension Services will
Sbe 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/
SIFAS Extension Agent Alachua
County, Nick Dufault, UF/IFAS
Plant Pathology Specialist, and
Dr. Susan Webb, ASO Professor,
UF/IFAS Entomology and
S Registration will begin at 5
n 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 Officei386)
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.
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 a statewide
non-profit, organization and-
the Foundatipn 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.
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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.
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 1st 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 informatiornor to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call- the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
There will be free clothes
for "all of the. family" on the
first and third Saturday of each
month, from 9:30 a.m. to noon
at Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford right off Hwy 121 just
before entering town. Follow the
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 '
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 www.
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
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
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
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 County Courthouse. For
more information, pall (386)
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
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.
The North Central Florida
Regional Planning Council is
conducting a series of FREE
workshops to help businesses
and governmental agencies
comply with hazardous waste
and used oil storage and disposal
These workshops will cover
topics that 'apply to most types
of businesses that generate
'potentially hazardous waste.
Learn useful information on
how to manage your hazardous
waste in a cost-effective and
legal manner. Common regulated
wastes inficlude: used oil and
filters', anti-freeze, solvents, rags,
paint wastes, lead-acid batteries,
dental- amalgams, fluorescent
tubes and other Mercury
containing light bulbs. This
compliance assistance outreach
project is being presented in
partnership with the Florida
Department of Environmental
Protection and the Alachua
To register for one of these
workshops or for additional
/information, contact Dwayne
Mundy at firstname.lastname@example.org or
*352-955-2200 ext. 108. .
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both the username and password.
The 50-point book club
is designed to acknowledge
LBES' top readers in the
accelerated reader program.
The newest 50-point book club
members are: Tyreshia Archer,
Jace Bielling, Ashli Boatright,
Bryson Coldiron, Chloe DuBose,
Colby Dukes, Hailey Fishburn,
Lilyanne French, Rhett Gill,
Evan Hall, Emily Johnson,
Matthew Laux, Dylan Lovelace,
Alaurie McClellon, Tracy
Medina, Kiimmie Palmer, Megan
Parrish, Landen Proffitt, Logan
Richards, Katelyn Starling, Iris
Thomas, Angela Tucker, Hannah
Warren and Tamia Young.
The newest 100-point book
club members are: Landon Klein
and Reagan Robinson.
Lake Butler Middle
81h graders who are interested
in having pictures in the end of
the year slide show should email
them to email@example.com.
fl.us. Please send no more than
five appropriate pictures. Cell
phone pictures are not preferred
because of photo quality.
Union County High
Valentine's Day is fast
approaching. Deliveries to
Union County High School will
be accepted in the media center
from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Signs
will be posted directing you to
the west entrance of the media
center. Students will receive
their items during 7th period.-
Please adhere to the following
UCHS cannot allow latex
balloons but Mylar or metallic
balloon are acceptable.
Balloons or glass containers
are not allowed on buses.
All deliveries must have
the student's first and last name
along with their grade level.
Students leaving school early
may pick up their items upon
Items delivered must be
picked up by the person who is
listed on the card.
Items not picked up will be
delivered the next day.
Should you have any question,
contact Linda Norcross. at 386-
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pleasure but that was vanity (Ecclesiastes 2:1). He'tried to find
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
Bradford Deputy Supervisor of Elections Amanda Seyfang (far left) presents
Assistant Supervisor Carol Milner With a U.S. flag that was flown over the U.S.
Capitol In her honor at the request of Sen. Bill Nelson. Bradford Supervisor of
Elections Terry Vaughan looks on, .
Mnil-er honored at reception
BY CLIFF SMNIELLEY
Re gional Nevs/Sport!s Editor
Bradford County Assistant
Supervisor of Elections Carol
Milner was greeted bh friends
and family during a reception in
her honor at-the elections office
on Jan. 25. Milner is retiring
after 37 \ears. ,
"It's been the best job an' bodN
Milner with a
last day in the
'.. Supervisor of
^ (.. Elections Office
S on Jan. 25.
could ever have," Milner said.
Supervisor of Elections
Terry Vaughan said it was a
"bittersweet" day-he wished
the best for Milner for her future,
but admitted she'll be greatly
missed at the office.
As part of a presentation-
Vaughan made to the Bradford
County Commission "that
resulted in the commission
adopting a proclamation in
which Jan. 25 was "Carol Milner
Appreciation Day." Vaughan
said, "She's performed her
duties in a way that makes us
all so proud. She's been most
dependable, professional, and
ethical. She's also earned the
See HONOR, 6B
Opposite in nature, but
still made for each other,
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
They will tell you they are
nothing alike, but Drew and
Ada Reddish of Starke will also
tell you that in the early stages
of their relationship, they knew
they were meant for each other.
"I wouldn't trade' her for
anything," Drew said. "She was
always the one, no question
about it." -
Drew's first sighting of Ada
in the halls of Bradford High
SchoolHliad quite the effect on
hirif. As if turned out, Drew had
quite the effect on Ada, too.
"I had heard of him from
my cousins. One of them went
to school with him," Ada
explained, referring to the time
when she was still a student at
the school in Lawtey before
transferring to BHS. "I had heard
about Drew Reddish. There was
just something about that name.
I just felt like we were.destined."
It's hard to argue with that
logic as Ada and Drew are set to
celebrate their 60th anniversary.
The date is Friday, Feb. 1,. but
a party is planned for Saturday,
Feb. 2, from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
at the Starke Golf and Country
It all began at Bradford High
School, where Drew was a
senior and Ada a sophomore.
Ada lived in Lawtey, and'in
those da s. Lawtey students did
not start attending BHS until
their sophomore years.
"I saw her walking down the
hall," Drew said. "I was in class.
I said, 'Who in the heck is that?
I haven't seen her before.' From
- that time on, I started chasing
her from.time to time."
So, what was the attraction?
Drew said, "She looked so
innocent. It was like she was
slipping down the hall so pure."
"He felt sorry for .me, I think,"
Ada said with a laugh.
The two dated off and on that
one year together in high school
and while Drew attended the
University of Florida. Drew said
it seemed like the relationship
was about to enter an off period
as he was taking a trip with a
fraternity brother to Coloradothe
summer between his sophomore
and junior years at UF.
I "I said, 'Well, I'll fix that.' I
'borrowed some money from my
uncle, and I bought her a ring,"
Drew said. I said,i,'Hey, we're
.engaged. That means we're
SsteadN now. for sure."'
As Ada remembered the,
incident, it %as hardly the %a3
such matters unfolded in the
"We were in a car coming to
Starke from Lawtey, going to
the movies, T guess." Ada said.
"My sister and her boy friend
%%ere ith us. All of a sudden,
he threw something in, my lap.
He said, 'I guess 3ou might like
this.' That was my ring, and that
.was my proposal, I guess."
Drew said, "1 don't remember
that," to which Ada replied.
"Well, I do."
When asked if there was any
hesitation on her, part to say
"'\es," Ada laughed and said,
"He didn't ask me (anything). I
just put the ring on."
At that time, Ada was living
and working in Jacksonville.
Neither Ada nor Drew owned
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fun and food
Orange Heights Baptist
Church hosted its third annual
Family Sportsmen Fest on Jan.
26 at the Triest family farm in
Hampton, offering a variety of
activities and .food-all free of
More than 1,600 people
attended, enjoying such activities
as archery and skeet, turkey and
Hills BBQ and Catering
served up chicken lunches, while
a drawing was held for several
prizes, including archery sets,
BB guns, a 60-inch TV and a
seven-day vacation for four to
The event is part of the
church's outreach ministry.
Three-year-old-Andrew Snider of Keystone Heights, getting assistance from his
father, Jerry Snider, enjoys the BB-gun shoot.
Crosshorn Ministries Inc. founder and licensed animal trapper John Whitfield (far
right) shows off the skull of a gar fish for (counter clockwise from bottom left)
Connor, Samantha, Ryan and JesslcaHankins.
TOP RIGHT: Jeremy Smith
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to anyone, such .as golf. LEFT: Shepherd Rozier of
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i Mr. and Mrs. Thorold H. Bement
Bements celebrate 70 years
iMr. and Mrs.. Thorold H: They are the great-
"Tom" (Bea M. Calco) Bement grandparents of Codi Bement
ot Kingsport, Tenn., celebrated of Danbury, Conn., Braylin
tlneir..70kh wedding anniversary and Kinsley Bement of Holly
Dec. 31,2012. Springs, Isaias Gideon and
-The couple were married on Tobiah Bement of Rockwall,
New Year's Evej1942 in Clymer, Trey Rawls of Bristol and Ayden
N|Y. and Shae Bement and Chase
'They are the parents of Gary Bravo, all of Ocala.
Bement and -wife, Sylvia, and After living in Jamestown,
Greg Bement and wife, Tina, N.Y., and Centerville, Pa., Mr.
all of Kingsport, and Teri and Mrs. Bement lived in Starke
Nicklin and husband, Bob,. of for 46 years. They moved to
Jacksonville Beach. Kingsport in the summer of
7They are the grandparents of 2007 to be near two of their
Bret Bement and wife, Traci, children. Both are retired from
of. Holly Spring, N.C., Jared the Florida State prison system,
Bement and wife, Mary Beth, of and Mr. Bement worked as a bail
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and.wife, Misty, of Ocala, Andy If you would like to send a
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Children, grandchildren, and
great-grandchildren gave Jurutha
DeSue an 80"' birthday party
on Saturday, Jan. 5, at Pleasant
Grove United Methodist Church.
Family attended from
Colombus, Ga., Orlando,
Jackonville, Miami, Tallahassee,
Gainesville, Keystone, Lawtey,
Hampton and Daytona Beach.
We all had a happy and glorious
day. We had to be thankful for
the beautiful weather.
Party set for Drew, Ada Phillip Journey
Reddish's 60th anniversary Journey
The children of Drew and Ada The event will be at the Starke rigrad uates from
Reddish are inviting all friends Golf and Country Club this
And family to celebrate their 6pdI Saturday, Feb. 2, from 6 p.m. to Monta n a State
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Gladys and George Pierce
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I George and Gladys Pierce
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anniversary on Jan. 18, 2013,
in Pompano Beach with high
They were married in
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Cleveland, Tenn., on Jan. 18,
1953, after George's discharge
from the U.S. Air. Force as a
staff sergeant after serving in
the Korean War.
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Dec. 15: 2012, from Montana
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born Nov. 15, 2012, at North
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Maternal grandparents are
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Maternal great-grandparents are
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The bride will be given in
marriage by her parents, Carlos
and Mary Williams of Lake
The ceremony will be
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The bride-elect went to, Union
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The groom-elect is the son
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Barbara Geevers of Keystone
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Continued from 1B
a car, and with Drew attending
classes and working as well, the
two did not see each other that
Therefore, when Christmas
approached after she received
her ring, Ada was looking
forward to spending more time
with Drew. However,.Drew had
the opportunity, -as an ROTC
'cadet, to go on a trip to Cuba
during the Christmas break,
courtesy of the Transportation
"Well, I'd never been out of
SFlorida, much less the country,"
Drew said. "I signed up to go for
Ada did not like hearing that.
She told Drew if that's what he
was going to do, he could take
his ring back and leave.
"I did," Drew said. "'I thought
Sshe wanted to get rid of me
anyway, so I said, 'To heck with
her. I'm gone."'
Looking back on the incident,
Drew said what was funny was
when he told his parents about
What had happened.
"My mother -didn't have an
Engagement ring;' Drew said.
"I said, 'Now, you've got one.'
SI gave it to her. Her reaction
was, 'What am I going to tell
the ladies at the hairdresser's?'
They had been talking about the
S"I said, 'Tell them we're not
;: together anymore.'"
2 Ada said she honestly didn't
Snow if she would see Drew
again after that. Approximately
nine months later, though, a
cousin of Drew's who roomed
with him hit UF suggested they
invited their old girlfriends to
: the homecoming dance. Drew
S:- said he "fell" for hat and wrote
Sa letter to Ada doing just that.
SLater, Drew called Ada and
:asked if she would accept the
.. invitation. She said she wasn't
---sure, to which Drew quickly
-_ responded, '"That's OK." Ada
: said she thought to herself, "Oh,
S my gosh. He's going to hang
: Ada quickly told Drew. she
; thought she could go ahead and
make her mind up and-responded
-- that she would go with him.
: ": I did get that ring back" Ada
Drew said he told Ada the
;: long engagement" was over.
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Which is four-person, best-ball,
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they did on Feb. 1, 1953.
"We got married between
semesters," Drew said., "That
was a pure idiotic thing to do.
We didn't have any money."
Drew found a little apartment
they could rent for $50 a month.
Ada went to look for a job to
help' support them, but she
would tell people she could-only
work until June because that
was when Drew would graduate.
"He got so mad at me for
saying that;'" Ada said.
"Nobody wanted to hire her,"
Ada eventually got a 'part-
time job in the office of the UF
President, which lasted a month.
She went back to Jacksonville
and where she worked before.
"I lived with mother up there,
and he moved to Starke and lived
with his parents," Ada said.
When Drew graduated from
UF, the couple lived in Virginia
while Drew was at Fort Eustis-
the home of, the Transportation
Corps. Drew said he had the
opportunity to move. from .the
Army Reserve into the regular
Army, which was his plan. He
said he told Ada of that, but she
insisted he didn't tell her until
his time with the Army Reserve
was almost up.
Ada was expecting the
couple's first child, and she told
Drew she was. moving back to
Lawtey if he planned to stay in
Sthe Army. She had no intention
The couple moved to Starke,
where Drew worked at DuPont
while also serving in the Florida
"That was one of the first
times, she told me what I had to
do," Drew said.
Ada, by nature, is quiet. In
fact, Drew said his six brothers
asked him, "Gosh, where did
you find her? That's the most
quiet woman I've ever seen."
Drew said he is the/exact
opposite, something Ada can
attest to. She discovered Drew
likes to have company. Whether
it's breakfast, lunch or dinner,
he likes to be around people.
"He can't just invite a couple
or two," Ada said. "We've got to
have a houseful-"
Drew said it has been the
biggest bone .of. contention
between him and;Ada.
"I guess our biggest thing is
she loves to be by herself,"' Drew
said. "I love to have people
around. We've had a heck of a
time about that, really'."
players up for
but get in a good-natured dig.
"She won't even stretch the
truth enough to get a job,"
he said, referring to that time
immediately after their marriage.
Friends and family are
invited to help Drew and Ada
celebrate their anniversary at
the Feb. 2 party at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. Byron
Ada and Drew Reddish on their wedding day of Feb.
Ada remembered an incident
where Drew told her he had
invited a couple to dinner one
night. The invitation came in the
midst of a multiple-week period
when Ada was helping the
Junior Woman's Club prepare
for a show. She insisted they
were not going to have anybody
over for dinner before the show,
but in the end, -they wound up
having the couple for'dinner.
"He says I win every.
argument'," Ada said. "I don't'
Drew, however,. said, "She
got her way a lot more than she
realizes, I think."
Still, despite their conflicting
personalities, Drew and Ada said
there really haven't been that.
many disagreements between
them. However, it's probably
best they don't play bridge as
partners, Ada said, reflecting on
the time they were members of a
"I might would win a hand;"
Adasaid, "and he would say,
'Well, you shouldn't have the
way you played it.'"
In life, though, Ada and Drew
have played their cards just
right. Drew put in a 40-plus-
year career at DuPont, which
included having the family
live in Wilmington, Del., and
Geraldton, Australia. and he
and Ada raisedthree sons: Stan,
Tommy arid Doug.
Drew said Ada deserved a
lot of credit for raising the boys
while he was busy with work.
"They were three little bulls,
copies of their birth certificates.
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here was Ada, weighing 105
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Drew may give Ada the lion's
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care of the boys, but Ada said he
has taken care of her.
"I always knew he would take
care of me," Ada said: "There
was never a doubt in my mind.
There has never been a time
where I was not taken care of."
Sure, "hard-nosed" Drew is
hard to be "mushy" with-the
so-called proposal is proof of
that-but he does care, Ada
said. For their 50'h anniversary,
Ada said Drew had written a
note that accompanied his gift
to her. In it, he wrote how much
she meant to him and how he
was sorry he didn't always
express that to her.
"It was the sweetest thing I
think I have ever read," Ada
Drew said Ada is delightful to
"She just never has negative
things about her," Drew said.
"She doesn't talk about other
people. She's, to me, a very pure
Drew, though, couldn't help
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STARKE-Betty Norman Ha-
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j .an. 28, 2013, at Select Specialty
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S54 years. After spending 30 years
on the lake in Keystone Heights,
They moved back to Starke and built,
Sa home on the Hazen property in
S She loved her family, fishing,
Enjoyed taking long rides with Har-
Sley, spending time outdoors and the
-,-..Florida Gators. She was a home-
-miaker and of the Baptist faith.
: She is preceded in death by: her
.parents,. OJ. "Ossie" and Evelyn
."Norman; an infant brother, Gary;
Sand one infant granddaughter, Sarah
She is survived by: her husband,'
i< Harley Lloyd Hazen of Starke; two
;'-daughters, Julie (Brian) Baldwin of
Starke and Vickie (Clay) Watson of
',-Trenton; two brothers, Gene (Jean)
"'Norman and Ronnie (Corkie) Nor-
Graveside services will be held
Son Friday, Feb. 1, at 11 a.m. at Dyal
Cemetery in Raiford, with Chaplain
Jason Crawford officiating. Visita-
Stion will be held on Thursday, Jan.
31, from 5-7 p.m. at Jones-Gallagh-
er Futineral Home in Starke.
Arrangements are under the care
of WAtson Funeral Home of Trenton
and Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
For online condolences or to sign
Sthe guest book, visit www.watson-
Mathews Holder, 93, a lifetime resi-
dent of Melrose, died Sunday, Jan.
27,2013, at her residence.
She retired as a bookkeeper for
the Putnam County School Board
and Moring Funeral Home, but was
homemaker until her children
went to school. She was a member
of Eliam Baptist Church. She is
preceded in death by: her husbands,
Ralph Edgar Mathews and Ray-
She is survived by: sons Ray-
mond (Sherry) Mathews of Live
Oak and Johnny Mathews of Mel-
rose; daughters Becky (Winslow)
Fredriksson of Chipley, .Martha
Mathews of Melrose and Josie (Jeff)
McDaniel of Florahome; sister Polly
'.: 'Seaward of Ocala; nine grandchil-
-$-. drer,; and nine great-grandchildren.
SFuneral services will be held at 11
:% a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 31, at Eliam
j Baptist Church in Melrose with Dr.
;' Max Gessner officiating. Interment
-:] will be in Eliam Cemetery under
S the care of Moring Funeral Home of
.:;. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- Mr.
'Richard "Dick" Houghton Jr., 70,
%"' of Keystone Heights passed& away
S:."at his home Monday, Jan. 28,2013,
'" S with his family by his side.
;, :'*' Mr. Houghton was bgm on
"i:. Sept. '13, 1942, in Plant City to the
..... late Richard and Pansy (Walden)
l"^': Houghton Sr. Prior to retirement,
*-;"; he was the store manager for Hitch-
:, .. cock's' grocery store. His member-
:')!J,: ships include Keystone United
":. Methodist Church and Keystone
'7':'. Golf and Country Club, and he was
-. a past member of Keystone Rotary.
; He also enjoyed golfing, fishing and
;":,-<- volunteering with Lake Area Minis-
"" *'" Survivors are: his wife of 48
:- *! years, Donna (Williams) Hough-
- ton; and their three children, Mike
Houghton and his wife, Kim, of
Tallahassee, Lori Kvum and her
, husband,'Paul, of Atlanta, and Mark
" Houghton of Asheville, N.C. 'Also
: left behind are: Mr. Houghton's sis-
ters, Carol Chancey of Seminole,
.,' Mary Alice .Blocker and Dorothy
': Houghton, both of Plant City, and
: Margaret Sapp of Lakeland; and
S four grandchildren,' Bailey, Claire,
SWill and Ellie.
A memorial service for Mr.
Houghton will be held on Friday,
S Feb. 1,2013, at 11 a.m. at Keystone
U,: united Methodist Church with Dr.
*:: -Tom Farmer and Dr. Craig Moore
-: otficiating. Committal services will
S. follow at 2 p.m. at Forest Meadows
Central Cemetery in Gainesville.
In lieu of flowers, the family
has requested that contributions be
made to Lake Ared Ministries, P.O.
Box 1345, Keystone Heights, FL
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
S. Huller, 101, of Keystone Heights
died.Saturday Jan. 26,2013, at Wil-
" ley Manor Assisted Living Facility
in Keystone Heights.
She was born on May 20, 1911,
in Paterson, N.J., to the late Samuel
and Mary (Darmanjian) Sogmon-
ian. She was a retired church secre-
tary and was a longtime member of
the Park of the Palms Church. She
was preceded in death by: husband,
George H. Huller.
A memorial service will be held
at the Park of the Palms chapel at a
later date. Burial took place at Key-
stone Heights Cemetery. '
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.
Nabywaniec, 65, of Starke died
on Jan. 26, 2013, in Gainesville at
North Florida Regional Hospital af-
ter a brief illness.
He was preceded in death by: his
pArents, Maxine and Gordon Thom-
He was a native and' resident of
Jacksonville for most of his life. He
and, Mary Ann moved to Starke in
the early '90s and loved the lake
life. He was a graduate of Ribault
High School, class of '66, a dis-
patcher for the Florida Highway
Patrol for 1I years and retired from
the Kmart Corporation as a district
manager and lost prevention man-
ager after 389years.
He is survived by: his' wife'of
42 years, Mary Ann; and his sister,
Karen (Frank) Wiley.
The family will receive friends
from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan.
31, at George H. Hewell and Son
Funeral H6qte of Jacksonville.
Those who wish-in lieu of flow-
ers-may make a donation in Char-
lie's memory to the American Dia-
betes Association or the American
HAMPTON- Helen, Elizabeth
Freeman Roberts, 82, of Hampton
died Friday, Jan. 25, 2013, at Ha-
ven Hospice ET York Care Center
in Gainesville after an extended ill-
She was born in Chester in 1930.
She was a former resident of Lake
Butler and moved to Hampton in
1973. She was a homemaker and
a member of Hampton Baptist
She was preceded in death by:
parent: Sidney and Geneva Benett
Freeman; and daughter, Hannah
"Bootsie" Roberts Richardson.
She is survived by: herhusband of
65 years, Morris Roberts of Hamp-
ton; daughters Rita Lauramore of
Gainesville, Thenie Jo Joyner of
Gainesville and Marcia Vickor
of Hampton; son Boyd Roberts of
Hampton; sister Roma Norris of
Chester; brother Skeebo Freeman of
Jacksonville; 12 grandchildren; and
Funeral services were held Jan.
28 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Pastor
Charles Vickory officiating. Burial
followed at Mt. Zion Cemetery near
SArcher Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.
Hurd Walters, 77, of Vanceburg,
Ky., died Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013;
at her residence.
She was born Aug. 9, 1935, in
Floyd County, Ky., a daughter of
the late Ervin and Myrtle Harvel
May. She was a homemaker.
In addition to her parents, she
was preceded in death by: her hus-
band of 24 years, Jackie Gene Hurd;
two brothers, Everett May and Gene
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great-grandchildren; brother Wil-
liam May of Starke; and two sisters,
Edna Faye Davis of Paintsville and
Ollie Francei-Baker of Louisana.
A memorialservice will be held
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Dickerson Funeral Home in
Vanceburg, Ky., is in charge of all
The family of Howard
Bloomer would like to
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White and Raymond White, both of
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trust of her colleagues. Not a
week passes-and this is true-
ah elections worker from another
county doesn't call here to tap
into Carol's broad knowledge
base in the elections realm.
'"As great as she's been
as an assistant supervisor of
elections, it's only surpassed by
her reputation as a wonderful
human being. She epitomizes
What it means to be a Christian
Slady and a public servant."
During the Jan. 25 reception,
Vaughan read letters Milner
received from Gov. Rick Scott
and Sen. Bill Nelson. The letter*
from Scott, in part, read: "Your
dedication and -conscientious
work are admirable, and I
know you'll be missed by
your colleagues. I commend
you for your public service.
Congratulations. on your
accomplishments. Wishing you.
a happy and healthy retirement,
and may you continue to find
challenge and reward in the
gets a hug
he presents her
with a picture.
The letter from Nelson, in
part, read: "I appreciate your
dedication and commitment to
serving the people of Florida.
You will certainly be missed."
After the. letter from Nelson
was read, Milner was presented
with an encased U.S. flag that
was flown over the U.S. Capitol
at the request of Nelson as a way
of honoring her.
A tearful Milner talked
of her career and how she
enjoyed serving the voters and
candidates in Bradford County.
She promised that during future
elections, she would return and
Clay or Union
SThe following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Union or Clay
(K~eystone Heights area)
possession of marijuana.
Kenyon ,Kwak-U Davis,
37, of Lawtey was arrested
Jan. 26 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Clarence Edward Desue, 39,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 25
by Bradford deputies for three.
counts of battery. Bond was set
at $15,000 and he remained in
-jail at press time.
Marlow Monique Douglas,
SJerome Hadley Addison, 44 41, of Jacksonville was arrested
of Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 26 by Starke police. L
Jan. 23 by Union deputies for possession of drugs. and 2
f6r trespassing, larceny and distribution of marijuana. Bond ti
resisting a retail merchant. was set at $51,009 and she was v
'John Allen, 35, of Keystone released Jan. 28. p
Heights was arrested Jan. 23 Lisa M. Drinkwater, 42, of
by Clay deputies for failure to Starke was arrested Jan. 28 a
appear. by Bradford deputies for a f(
SDeShawn Travis Asbell, 19, probation, violation. She was $
of Starke was arrested Jan. 26 released Jan. 28. 2
by Union deputies for resisting Mitchell Durrance, 26, of
officer. .Brooker was arrested Jan. 28 by o
Tony Albritton, 51, of Raiford Bradford deputies for possession 2
was -arrested Jan. 25 by Union of marijuana. He remained in p
deputies. for. possession of jail at press time. s
narcotics equipment. Alex Jerry Franklin, 23, of a
S Pamela Crawford Baker, 52, Zephyrhills was arrested Jan. 25 je
of Starke was arrested Jan. 25 by Bradford deputies'for driving
by Bradford depuities'for driving with a suspended, revoked or F
with a suspended, revoked or expired license. Bond was setat I
expired license. Bonid was set $500 and he wvas released Jan. n
at $4,000 and she was released. 26.
Jan. 25. Britney Lorraine Freeman, 20,
SMichael Shane Bass, 38" of of Crescent City was arrested
Brooker was arrested Jan. 22 by Jan. 26 by\"Union deputies for
Bradford deputies fora probation battery and resisting officer.
violation. He remained injail at Cody Gillyard, 19, .of
press time. Keystone Heights was arrested -
aKrist6pher Shane Beckhaip, Jan. 23 by Clay deputies for
38, of Hawthorne was arrested armed burglary of a dwelling
'Jan. 26 by Starke police for and grand theft of a firearm.
driving with. a suspended, Joseph Eugene Gatz,44, of St..
revoked or expired license. He .'Augustine was arrested Jari-24-
was released Jan. 26. by Bradford deputies for driving
SCorey Randall Brown, 51, of with a suspended, revoked or
Starke was arrested Jan. 26 by expired license. Bond was set at
Union deputies for disorderly $5Q0 and he was released Jan.
: Gary Wesley Cole,' 46, of' Neil Norman Golden, 55, of,
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 28 by Middleburg was arrested Jan.
Bradford deputies for possession 23 by Bradford deputies for
of marijuana, possession of drug withholding' support. Bond'was
equipment and driving with a set at $320 and he was released
suspended, revoked or expired Jan. 24.
dIcense. He remained in jail at Robert Dwayne Griffin, 20, of
press time. Lawtey was arrested Jan. 25 by
: Stevenr M Craycraft, 22, of Starke police for trespassing. He
Lake Butler was arrested Jan..21 was released Jan. 26.
y Union' deputies for'resisting Kimberly Michelle, Gunter,
an officer. 43, of Hampton was arrested
SJerry Tyler Croy, 18, of Lake Jan. 28 by Bradford deputies
Butler'was arrested Jan. 18 by for a probation violation. She /
Union deputies for possession remained in jail at press time.
of .'narcotics equipment and "" Randy Hall, 21, of Starke was
arrested Jan. 27 by Clay deputies
)r retail theft.
Kelly Nicole Haight, 29, of
rooker was arrested Jan. 22
y Bradford deputies for child
eglect. Bond was set at $5,000
nd she was released Jan. 23.
Shane Steven Hand, 39, of St.
kugustine was arrested Jan. 23
y Bradford deputies for larceny
nd dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $15,000 and he
remained in jail at press' time.
Dustin A. Heaton, 23, of
_awtey was arrested Jan.
8 by Bradford deputies for
trespassing and a probation
violation. He remained injail at
Jonathan Scott Johns, 31-I, was
arrested Jan. 26 by Starke police
or burglary. Bond was set at
5,Q000 and he was released Jan.
Michael Brandel Kiser, 24,
Df Lawtey was arrested Jan.
2 by Bradford deputies for
possession of. marijuana and
selling marijuana. Bond was set
t $100,000 and he remained in
ail at press tffe..
Lakisha S. Mack, 35, of Lake
Butler was arrested Jan. 27 by
Jnion deputies for criminal
mischief with property damage.
Dustin Mitchell McSpadden, -
25, of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 27 by Union deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license, a
probation violation" reckless
driving and resisting an officer.
Joseph Mejias, 19, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 22 by Starke
police for trespassing, making
a false report and obstructing
justice. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released Jan. 26.
Michael Moore, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 25 by Clay deputies for
three counts of grand theft.
Adrian S. Mosley, 41, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 26 by
Bradford deputies for fraud-
insufficient funds check. Bond
was set at $690 and he was
released Jan. 28.
Willie Jerome Newsome, 38,
of Starke, was arrested Jan. 23
by Starke police for 10 counts of
failure to 'appear. Bond was set
at $205,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Alexander Marco Palazzi, 21,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 23
by Starke police for trespassing.
Bond was set at $500 and be was
released Jan. 23.
Lester Sylvester Palmer, 60,
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of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 28 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Matthew Aaron Pardekooper,
25, of Hawthorne was arrested
Jan. .27 by Starke police for
shoplifting and resisting an
officer. Bond was set at $2,000
and he remained in jail at press
Napoleon Reed, 48, of
Brooker was arrested Jan.
23 by Bradford deputies for
shoplifting. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Jan.
Carl Leonard Rigdon, 37,
of Sanderson was arrested
Jan. 22- by Bradford deputies
for probation violation. He
remained in jail at press time.
Colleen Michelle Smith, 42
of Starke was arrested Jan. 27'"
by Starke police for withholding
support. Bond was set at $1,791
and she remained in jail at press
Johnnie Lee Staten, 60, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 28 by
Starke police for possession of
drugs. He remained in jail at
Jeffrey Sydenstricker, 42, of
Keystone Heights was arrest,
Jan.' 26 by Clay deputies for
criminal mischief. ,'
Steven "'Varnum, 26, -6f
Hampton was arrested Jan. 28
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at'
$500 and he was released Jarl.
Anthony Maynard Watson,
"46," of Starke was arrested
Jan. 22 by Starke police for.-a
probation violation and on Jai.
27 by Starke police for burglary;,
possession of drug equipment,
dealing in stolen property anJ
larceny. Bond was set at $46,000
and he was released Jan. 28..
Joseph Wells, 27, of Keystone'
Heights was arrested Jan. 26 by
SClay deputies for petty theft.
Edith Marie Wolf, 36, Qf
.Keystone Heights was arrest&l'
'Jan. 27 by Bradford deputies for
possession of drug equipment,
possession of drugs and driving.
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was s4t:
at $16,500 and she was released
Jan. 28. "
Brandon Scott Wynne, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 22 4y
Bradford deputies for probation
violation. He remained in jail 'it
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"Even if it's meeting the poll
workers coming in at night'
and helping them with all their
stuff," she said.
Vaughan said the Bradford
County Commission may havwz.
proclaimed Jan. 25 as "Carol
Milner Appreciation Day," but
every day of the 21-plus years
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Where one call
does it al!
$499 month. Call 904-
2013 16x76 3 Bedroom.
$35,900, set up w/AC.
NEW 2013 28x48- 3/2 Ja-'
cqbsen,. $35,400 deliv-
ered only. Or $39,995
delivered and set up,
big rooms. North Pointe
Homes 4545 NW 13th
St. Gainesville, 352-872-
2006 16x80- 3/2 $25,400-
..- 2007 32x44 3/2
include delivery to your
.land. Several repo's
Coming in the next 10
days. Call North Pointe
Super Center for details
Triple wide, on one acre.
Nlew well, carpet, metal
orpof, vinyl siding, large
wooden deck. Owner
fiancing: Call Bill 352-
;745-0094. Must See.
3.5: ACRES, 3BR/2BA.
1,680 square ft. manu-
.factured home in McRae.
Clean, full appliances.
$5,000 down +-$800 with
.taxes and insurance. Call
;Jim 352-73-6994, eve-
ROOM FOR RENT, 4 miles
from Camp Blanding.
oQuiet neighbor, by month
$300 or with military ID.
y.night or .week. 904-
214-9754, leave mes-
'2BR/1BA SWMH/ with
additionon 1 acre fenced,
paved road. $525/mo.
.first, last, sec. 352-475-
,3094 or 352-235-1143.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
"IH, clean, close to pris-
bti. Call 352-468-1323.
.NCE MOBILE HOMES/
for rent 'Lake Butler.
,Starke/Home for rent
.deposit required. Call
MOBILE HOMES FOR
i.RENT starting at $525
pe month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
for rent at the Magnolia
iflotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave.. Special
"rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
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
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
Call Nita at
school district. $1050/
mo. $1,050/dep. Call
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-
2BR Upstairs apartment,
downtown Starke. $450/
mo. plus deposit, etc
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
KEYSTONE HGTS. FL.
Nice one bedroom mo-
bile on private land.
Furnished, includes TV.
2BR/2 FULL BATH DW MH,.
partly furnished, total re-
furbished, nestled in the
wood on Santa Fe River,
Very private, service ani-
mals only, $650/month.
2BR mobile home, south
301. Very clean and nice.
Retired person preferred..
S$450/mro. $450 deposit.
mobile home. 1st and
sec. No credit check,
need proof of employ-
ment and background
check. Max 2 people.
$475/mo. Call 1-954-
house. Shaded' w/pe-
can trees, CH/A, stor-
Sage shed, W/1, hookup,
'garden site. 15484 21St.
ave.(off Besset Rd.) Call
904-472-6256 or 904-
1 BEDROOM upstairs-ga-
rage apartment. $250/
mo. in good neighbor-
hood in downtown
Starke. No alcohol, no
smoking, no children,
service animals ..only.
Must make deposit with
City of Starke. $300/mo.
Must be of good house-
keeper. Call 904-964-
6351 ask for Lucille.
STARKE, .1,000 sf. first
floor apt. 3BR/2BA cen-
tral HVAC, large living
room, kitchen with nook/.
appliances, formal din-
ing room! laundry room/
covering, ceiling fans,
large backyard, quite
$699, security $699.
Lease, $500 per Call
Dixon Rentals at 352-
588-0013 for application.
2BR/1BA CLEAN Mobile
Home in country. Par-
tially furnished. $125/
weekly. First week, last
week, $100 security de-
posit. Call 904-964-2234
1,200 SQ. FT., 3 BR, 2 BA,
SW MH on one acre in
Bedford Oaks, -Keystone
Hts., FL. $575/mo. ser-
vice animals only, no
smokers, credit report,
and past references
required. Call 352-235-
4BR/2BA DWMH on SE.
49th Ave. CH/A. Dish-
washer, quite area, ser-
vice animals only. $650/
mo. plus. deposit. Call
CUTE 3/2 pool home in
Starke. fenced yard, w/d,
pets ok. Deposit and
good credit needed. 352-
LAKE SANTA FE cottage.
beautiful view. washer/
dryer, -yard service in-
cluded. $800/mo. Call for
more details. 352-468-
LOST Long Haired grey (
looks brown) cat. Last
seen Friday night, Jan:
11, 2013. Mature female
(14 years old). Needs
daily medication. Long
haired domestic 95%
grey (with some white
and brown). Indoor/out-
door cat, no collar, not
declawed. please call
MULTI-FAMILY yard sale.
-Fri. Sat. 9am.-5pm. In-
side Theressa Communi-
ty Center. Clothing, glass
wares, tools,,and lots of
HUGE YARD SALE, Fri.
Sat. 9am.-3pm. 3099
134th St. (one mile
passed Griffis Loop Kan-
gatoo). Furniture, tools,
clothes, artificial flowers,
and much more.
DOUGLASS LAWN CARE
Lawn Cuts & Morel
No job too small...give me a call!
Q.-t Quality Lawn Care at a Great Pricel
(lMic: 994-66-065 -Coll: I44!6460 33
4 16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091
.E. Jones .Fill Dirt
Licensed ,Fire Line
& Insured Plowing
YARD SALE, Sat. & Sun
8am.-5pm. 22555 Pine
St. in Lawtey.
GARAGE SALE, Fri. 7am.-
5pm. 802 N. Westmore-
land St. Starke.
YARD SALE, Thurs: Fri.
Sat. 5.5 miles out SR.16
W. toward prison, on CR.
211. Look for signs on
BIG YARD SALE, Sat.
9am.-3pm. 813 Pratt St,
BLOW OUT TENT yard
sale. Multiple family, lots
of Items. Feb. 1,2, and 3
dawn to dusk. Free hot
dog and drink with pur-
chase. 6217 SE Coun-
try Road 21B Keystone
Heights Fl -Country Ca-
CASH FOR JUNK cars
$300 & up. Free pick up,
running or not: Call 352-
JAZZY PRIDE #614 power
chair, new wheels, new
batteries, new hand con-
trols. Good condition,
$1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Har-
ma Power lift for $599.
JET 2. POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteriesLess than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must seell!i paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769--
3608 or (813)431-6084.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
agedt wood & sills. Lev-
eling & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Rplacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
Stimates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
MH & land packages.
HOME DAYCARE all hours.
Great rates, $70 for one
child $95 for two. 30 plus
years experience, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
Certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
hauling & spreading. Al-
len Taylor 904-509-9126.
CONCRETE WORK. Any
concrete job, large or
small. We are a reliable,
licensed, insured, local
,available upon request.
Call today to get started.
Mike at 352,745-0927 or
Kenrny at 352-235-0148.
ING. Whether it's build-
ing a new home, doing
an addition or remodel-
ing an existing home, we
are your solution. We
Share a reliable, licensed,
insured, local contractor
with over 25 year's ex-
perience. Call Mike at
352-745-0927 or Kenny
HOUSE CLEANING. "Pick
up the phone, we'll clean
your home." Free esti-
mates. Call Tina at 352-
258-9167 or Debbie at
'Arts designer. Experi-
ence preferred. Work
experience or degree
accepted. 16 plus hours
per week. Competitive
wages. Send resume'to
Mary Johnson PO Draw-
er A. Starke, Fl. 32091 or
LOWBOY DRIVER need-
ed. Class A CDL. Full
time, DFWP. Apply within
Andrews Paving, Inc.
327 NW 123rd Place,
NEED TO SELL?
-We Can Help!-I
We SELL It NOW!
Ca$h to you in 60 days
Lic. Real Estate Broker
1 AND 2
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
Hearing Impaired Only
S call 800-955-8771
This Inslitu/ion is an Equal Opportunity
.i ,,,,sr Provider, and Employer. EORT
teacher (33) and devoted
husband (37) wish to
Paid. Kriatie/Gnbe. Attorney
Adami Skler, Barm 150789.
Autograph-Real Estate w/
Restarant -Storage ,iut++ -
plhotos, bp & info. 352-637-
9 5 8_. ,8
4000 S. Florida Ave.
iwenie.as, FL34450 ab1667
Train to become a Medical
Office Assistant. NO
Online Jrainiig gets you
Job ready ASAP. HS
Diploina'GED & PC,'
Intensel needed l (888)374-
ROCM SET, NEW, never
BEDROOM SET, Solid
Wood, new in factory
boxes--$895. Orig. price
$6500 Can Deliver. Bill
YOUR UGLY NAIL
FUNGUS (and Cracking
Heels) I AN BE GONE
Nail Fntigus Soak $16.95
Guaranteed! Thiounsmd.s of
Health & Medical
qainesville, FL 326530r
online at www.andrews-
pavinginc.com Or email
resume e to send.re-
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
,'class provided. New
training classes start in
two to three weeks in
Feb. Please call Mike
LOCAL BUSINESS HIR-
INGI Potential of $2,000
plus per month. Part-time
hours. Call Gayle at 352-
Temporary Farm Labor:
Morris & Morris Farms,.
Shorter, AL, has 1 posi-
tions for oilseed crops; 3
mos. experience for job
duties listed; must obtain
driver's license within
30 days of employment;.
toDls, equipment, hous-
ing and daily trans pro-
vided for employees who
can't return home daily;
trans & subsistence ex-
penses reimb.; $9.78/hr;
three-fourths work period
guaranteed from 3/5/13 -
12/10/13. Apply at near-
est FL Workforce Office
with Job Order 949740 or
DRIVER: All Miles paid
on the weekends! Run-
ning Class-A CDL Flat-
bed. Lease to Own-No
Money DownCALL: 866-
THE CITY OF STARKE, is
for the position of Public
Works Laborer. Perform
routine maintenance on
water/sewer lines. In-
stall and repairs water/
sewer lines. Digs and,
refills, ditches, loads dirt
and construction materi-
als. Repairs and installs
HONDA ELEMENT 2007
MAZDA 3 2010
CHEVY MALIBU 2011
HONDA CR-V 2007
FORD EXPEDITION 2010
DODGE CHARGER. 2011
CADILLAC CTS 2008
NISSAN PATHFINDER 2008
F-250 KING RANCH
RAM CREW CAB
CHRYSLER 300 LIMITED 2012
HONDA S$2000 2008
HONDA ACCORD 2007.,
BMW Z3 2001
CHRYSLER PACIFICA ?007
HONDA PILOT 2005
CHEVY COBALT 2010
HONDA CROSS TOUR 2010
FORD EXPLORER SPT IRAC 2007
HONDA CIVIC 2003
LEXUS RX330 2004
BMW 3281 .2009
NISSAN ALTIMA 2008
TOYOTA PRIUS 2007
FORD RANGER X-CAB 2010
FORD MUSTANG GT 2008
TOYOTA CAMRY 2012
GMC ACADIA DENALI 2011
Do you suffer from
Local doctors. need
volunteers for'research study
Compensation up to $50.00
i Got Rheumatoid
Local doctors reseaecling
study drug for rheumatoid
Free study drug and care and
up to $1.200 compensation.
Please call: 1-866-653-1703
Freight Up = More $
Need CDL Class A Driving
Plus Benefit. New Equip &
meters. Occasionally op-
erates gasoline or other
powered machinery E.G.
mowers, and backhoes.
and manual labor work.
Performs tasks including
digging, brush cutting
and loading and unload-
ing materials used in
operational process. Re-
moves trash from streets,
performs other duties as
directed by the public
works supervisor and the
crew leader,.-_ust have
a valid Florida drivers
class B. Must have high,
school diploma or GED.
Must pass a physical and
drug test. Background
check required. Applica-
tions can be picked up
and returned to Bradford
Works located at 819
S. Walnut St. Starke, Fl
32091. Applications will
be accepted through
the close of business
on February 15, 2013.
The City of Starke is an
HOME HEALTH Aides
needed in Keystone
Heights. with current
background and health
statement. Fax Resume
to 904 621-0968, or call
904 527-2030 M-F 9-4.
TAX AUDITOR, Florida
Department of Revenue.
General Tax Administra-
tion. Located in Alachua,
Florida. Apply at People
First website, http:l//peo-
STAFF NEEDED to work
in Keystone Heights/w
18 yr. old disabled fe-
male. Must have high.
school diploma/GED, 1
year exp. dependable
trans. and able to pass
Alachua/Bradford A Comunelty Pertnerlhlp
fl&^ | Travis)
Driver $0.03 quarterly
bonus, plus $0.01 increase
per mile after 6 and 12
months. Daily or
Weekly pay. CDL-A, 3
mollnths current expi. 800-
4 I 4 9 5 6, 9
hiring CDL-A drivers
with l-Ton aiml Larger
2WD. Intucks amnd 50'-53'
wedge trailers. Transport
caigo trailers throughout
the Southeast No trailer"
Call to see if wq have one
to lease you! (866)764-
1601 (A "
NEEDED NOW! Learn to
drive for Schnleider
Nationmall Earn $700 per
week! No experience
needed! Local CDL
Training. Job ready in 15
Approximately 30 hrs. a
week. For more informa-
ER needed for local
salon. Booth rental $50
a week. Call Cassi for
or 2 years experience
working with elderly or
disabled clients. 2/3 days
per week. Sunrise Home
Care Services, 352-468-
Equal housing opportunity
This instiutHs an equal
Call Nita at
MOST ROOM AND BEST GAS COMBINATIONI PLUS. ITS AHONDA.............................................. 14999
WARRANTY, GREAT ON GAS, MUST SELL.THIS WEEK!]....................................... ................$13,995
SUNROOF. ASK ABOUT OUR CREDIT FORGIVENESS PROGRAM
BECAUSE YOU QUALIFY! USE YOUR W2 FOR DOWNPAYMENP..............................................$269/MO
VERY LOW MILES. PERFECT CONDITION, ALL SERVICE RECORDS AVAILABLE!B.....................$....14,995
LEATHER, LOW MLES, TAKE ON WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF ONLY ...........................................n..........$99.
CALL FOR CASH PRICE
NEW BODY STYLE! EVERYBODY RIDES TODAY REGARLDESS OF YOUR CREDIT!
NO GIMMICKS. JUST GREAT DEALSI..-.........................................................................I..............$299/MO
LEATHER, NAVIGATION, PANAROMICSUNIROORFI ONLY 49K MLES..........................................$359/MO
THIRDROW, SUNROOF. EXCELLENT CONDITION. ANYBODY QUALIFIES FOR
INANCING................................................................ .............;.........................S i or Zw9 mo
STRETCH OUTAND RELAX.SUPER SMOOTH RIDE WARRANTY. LOW MILES!
WE WON'T EVEN ASKYOOU FOR MONEY DOWN.........................................................$399"0 09O
ONLY 38K MILES, GARAGE KEPT STRUCK WILLGETTHE JOB DONEB................................$229/MO
DRIVEN BYAN OLD LADY, GARAGEKEPT. ALL SERVICES DONE MUST SEE!....................... $5900 OBO
DOUBLE CAB, SR5 TRD PACKAGE! THIS TRUCK IS SPOTLESS AND WILL
LAST FOREVERLI. .........................................-................... ...... ...................$18995 080
LOWLOW MLES,.STILL LOOKSNEI GETSTHE JOBDONE!.......................................................$10,99.
TAKEONPAYMENTSOF ........................;............................... .....$2771MO OR PAY $15,678
OR MAKE OFFER! TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR CAR NOT MATTER WHAT
IS EXACTLY WHATYOUARE LOOKING FORI ONLY 70KMILES! 0 DOWN ..................................$469/MO
PERFECTSTUDENTCAR! RUNS GREAT. LOW MLES........................................................... $7,995
LEATHER, SUPERMCE! FAMLY FUN @ UNDER ..........................................................$200/MO $10,777
LOWMILES, GETS THE JOB DONE! Yeth it got a HEMI CALL FOR BEST CASH PRICE............$269/mo
CREW CAB. 50K MILES, SUPER CLEAN
0 MONEY DOWN REQUIRED THIS WEEK ONLY!......................................................................$16788 OBO
LOW MILES, CREW CAA WARRAPY. NO MONEY DOWN SPECIAL!.................................$399/MO OBO
DO YOU HAVE BANKRUPTCY, MItE.LAE PAYMENTS. OR HAVE NO CREDIT???
WEARE YOUR PLACE FOR.TIEEST RFNANCINGI..................................................... : .................... $8,995
LOW MILES. PERFECT STUOEr" CAR! MAKE PAYMENTS OF ...................................................$199/MO
OR CALL FOR CASH PRICE!
NEED TO SELLTHIS WEEK. CALL MATTAT 904477-9601
TAKEONPAYMENTSOF.......................................................................t.......................... 27...............$27a/M O
NEW BODY STYLE! WARRANTY, CHROME WHEELS, AND 100%
CREDITAPPROVALSI..................................... ......................................... :...........................$379/MO
ONLY 31K MLES ATTENTION GETTER! SPORTYAND GR EAT ON GAS!....................................$299/MO
ONLY 80K MLES, EXCELLENT CONDITION! ANYBODY
QUALIFIES REGARDLESS OF CREDmI
ONLY t5K MLES, GARAGE KEPT. STILL LOOKS NEW DRIVE TOPLESS....................................$279/1MO
THIRD ROW SEATING, GREAT ON GAS,
FAMLY FUN FOR EVERYONEL.....-.... ...............................$......... 11995 OR $198/MO
LEATHER, THIRD ROW, LOW MLES, GREAT ON GAS!
W ILL LAST FOREVERI........................ ............... .............................................$................$13500 OBO
LOWMILES. WARRANTY, NO MONEY DOWN SPECIALTHI-S WEEK!
50 OTHER CARS, TRUCKSAND SUVSAVAILABLE WITH 0 DOWN...........................................$....t2,888
WARRANTY. GREAT ON GAS, TONS OF ROOM Only 32k milts...................................................$...19,995
CREW CAB, LEATHER. DEALOFTHE WEEK! 0 DOWN .............................................$....268/MO $15,891
EXTRIM, EASY TO MAINTAIN. SOMEBODY CARED FOR THIS ONEI.....................................9........$6.898
PREVIOUS OWNER HEARTBROKEN! NOTA SINGLE SCRATCH. ONLY 69K MILES.
CALL FOR BEST FINANCE PRICE ............................................................: ................................. $279/MO
LOOKING FOR SPORTY LUXURY? LOW MLES, SUPER CLEAN$..........t................................$299/MO
SUNROOF. ASK ABOUT OUR CREDIT FORGIVENESS
PROGRAM BECAUSE YOU QUALIFY! USE YOUR W2 FOR DOWNPAYMENT!.............................$199/MO
AVOID TRIPS TOTHE GAS STATION! 40 TO 50 MPG............................................................$12500 OBO
VERY LOW MLES. SPORT PACKAGE, WARRANTYAND GREATON GAS............................$17888 OBO
BLACK ON BLACK LEATHER, LOW MILES, PERFECT CONDITION MUST SEE!..........................$18,888
NEW BODY STYLE, LIKE NEW. SAVE THOUSANDS OF $$$$ AND GETA BETTER
WARRANTY THANANEW CAR'O DOWN ......................................;............................................$288/MO
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HUGE ON-SITE ESTATE AUCTION
SAT. FEB 2, 2013 10:00 A.M. 11200 W. HWY 238
PROVIDENCENDE HWY) LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054.
ISTEVE WILSON AUCTIONEERS WILL BE' SELLING AT
PUBLIC AUCTION THE ESTATE OF THE LATE MRS.
-FAIN OF LAKE BUTLER, FL. MOBILE HOME AND
'CONTENTS TO BE SOLD.
STINGN: 80X32 TOWN MANOR MOBILE HOME ON 1
-ACRE WITH ALL AMENITIES! 4 BEDROOM, 3 BATH,
*-2720 SQ. FT. HARDWOOD FLOORS, 2 FIREPLACES,
CEILING FANS ALL ROOMS, DETACHED GARAGE /
WORKSHOP, PAVED DRIVE, LANDSCAPED, WATER
..SOFTNER, 9000 WATT PRE-WIRED GENERATOR,
HUGE TILED PANTRY (16X12),COVERED DECK WfTH
.HOME CONTENTS: SETH THOMAS GRANDFATHER
CLOCK, -SEVERAL ESTATE FIREARMS, RECLINERS,
ANTIQUE PARLOR TABLE, STANLEY CHINA CLOSET
WITH MATCHING DINING TABLE, 2 COMPLETE
BEDROOM SUITES, KITCHEN WARES, POTS, PANS,
DESK, PHOTO COPIER, LOTS OUTDOOR PLANTS,
,COSTUME: JEWELRY, NORITAKE, ROYAL ALBERT,
MILITARY UNIFORMS, CHRISTMAS, TV'S, TIFFANY
STYLE LAMP, DINETTE 4 CHAIRS, NICE LIFT CHAIR,
NICE DIEBOLD SAFE, RECORDS, QUILTS, LINEN,
CHEVAL MIRROR, SMALL APPLIANCES, SILVERWARE,
GARDEN TOOLS, LAWN, MOWER, 950 WATT
GENERATOR, PRINTS, PAINTINGS, FAX, DESK- TOP
COMPUTER, MUCH.MUCH MORE!
STEVE WILSON AUCTIONEERS: AB 809 AU 1159.
TERMS: CASH, GOOD CHECK, ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS.
CHECK http:/lauctidnzip.com/ ENTER AUCTIONEER ID#
O. 16695-for real estate details.
SOR CALL352-316-0806 OR 352-317-0072
Out of Area Classifieds
8B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, JAN. 31, 2013
Fins, Fur & Tails ji
^ ~~By Mickey Agner ^J
Paul Phillips of Starke-noted
that. the fishermen encountered
several' bass beds during
the Bradford Bassmasters
tournament at .Lake George on
Jan. 5. The lake is 80-100 miles
squth of Starke, and several
large spring runs temper the lake
water on the western shore.
Joey Tyson of the Bald Eagle
Bait and Tackle in Keystone also.
confirmed these descriptions
and anticipates the bass will
be staging for their anticipated
spawn shortly. He also noted
that crappies from Clay County
lakes indicated fish roe lately
This is also consistent
with Gary Simpson's weekly
Gainesville' fishing report in
most of the Alachua and Marion
,.County lakes. However, this is
not consistent with reports of
Kingsley Lake and its deeper
water. Apparently, some of
the large female bass are
moving into shallower water in
preparation of their spawn in the
shallower lakes and the lakes
south of Starke.
The Lake Butler Bass Club
held its January tournament on
Jan. 5 on the Santa Fe River
at Sandy point. Sandy Point
is paddling'' distance from-
the Suwannee River, and the
location is somewhat unique to
bass fishermen fror. Clay and
even Bradford counties. Cody
Douglas and Dean Elixson
brought in. the top five fish,.
which totaled approximately 10
pounds. That weight is. small
primarily because it includes
Suwannee bass-a beautiful but
somewhat smaller fish-as well
as largemouth bass.
The club's next tournameAt"
.will be at Sampson aiid Rowell
lakes and subsequently will be
on the first Saturday of each
Anyone interested in fishing
with the Lake Butler club should
contact Dean Elixson.
-* The Bradford Bassmasters
Club held its January
tournament on Jan. 19 on Lake
George, launching just north of
Silver Glen Springs at M-Port
Ramp. The group encountered
the heavy wind after-effects of
a cold front, but did respectively
anyway. C.K. Ryan and John
Reis caught the top five fish,
which totaled 16.11 pounds,
and the big fish at 7.65 pounds,
'Rorn, Corbin and Danny Weldon,
of Baldwin, placed second,
and Danny and Jesse Gathright
The Bassmasters club has
finalized its 2013 tournament
schedule as listed below. (Note
specifically that the Feb. 23
tournament on Rodman at the.
Kenwood ramp is, an open meet:
S If anyone would like to compete,'
they can do so by paying only
the tournament charge. The club
dues are exempted.)
Feb. 23 "'(open
tournament), Rodman Kenwood
March 22-23, Lake
Seminole Spring Creek Park;
April 27, Little Lake Santa
July 27, Rodman Kenwood;
Aug. 24- Rodman
Sept.. 28, St. Johns Welatka;
Oct. 1,TBA. .
The Florida Bass Network
also fished Lake George on Jan.
19, launching at the Welatka
Ramp. The winning five fish
also totaled approximately 17
pounds, and the FBN, 'like the
other club, reported some bass
beds on the western shore of the
lake. The FBN will- be fishing
Santa Fe Lake for its Feb. 2
tournament, and moonwise, that
tournament should be in for an
active fish day.
One observation should
be made about the impact of
tournament fishing on the
bass population. Tournament
fishermen are good fishermen-
they fish hard, and they. catch
many large fish. It is an accepted
practice, however, that all:
tournament fish be released
unharmed. As a matter, of
fact, most clubs will penalize
a fisherman if a fish dies. So
these fishermen are good
conservationists as well as good
The Jacksonville Daily
Record announced on Dec. 21,
2012, that Bass Pro Shops plan
to open a store on 1-95, 17 miles
south of 1-10 in north St. Johns
County. The store is scheduled to
open in the first quarter of 2014,
subject to planned interstate
alterations aad-tax negotiations.
That will shorten the previous
drive to Orlando for all those
outdoorsmen who feel obligated
to visit periodically.
Remember the following
dates for your outdoors calendar"
Jan. 26, full moon;
Feb. 10, new moon;
Feb. 21, Crosshorn
Ministries monthly meeting at
the Starke -Golf and Country
Club features Lamar Williams
for turkey hunting/calls;
Feb. 25,full moon.
Tight lines and safe hunting
until next week.
If you have a story, idea or
photo to share, please contact
Mickey Agner via email at mka@
maoutdoors.com, or by phone
at 904-964-1488. Photos may
also be submitted in person at
the Bradford County Teleqgrph.
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6 lifters from BHS, KHHS, UCHS advance to state
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford's Samantha Cook
and Union County's Marcia
Fletcher won the championships
in the respective weight classes,
while four other lifters from
Bradford, Union and Keystone
Heights earned top-three
finishes at the Section 4 state-
qualifying meet, which was held
Jan. 26 in Belleview.
The top three lifters in each
weight class will compete at the
Saturday, Feb. 9, Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals in Kissimmee.
The unlimited class was a
battle between reigning- state
champion Cook and Keystone's
Morgan Boettcher, who finished
with 465- and 440-pound totals,
respectively. (Third-place lifter
Taylor Wooden of Gainesville
finished 70 pounds behind
Boettcher.) Cook had a bench
press of'240 and a clean and
jerk of 225, while'Boettcher had
a bench of 230 and a Glean and
jerk of 210.
attempted clean-and-jerk totals'
of 230 and 235, leaving Cook
See SECTION, 2C
Union County's Jessica
Brown pictured displays.
her ribbon for third place
at the Section 4 girls'
weightlifting meet. Photo
by Shelley Rodgers.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
SHolly Strassberger scored
Five points and had one assist
in the final 1:13 to help the
fifth seed Keystone Heights
girls' basketball team defeat
fourth seed WVilliston 54-48 in
the quarterfinals of the District
5.-4A tournament at Bradford
High School on Jan. 29.
-The Indians (10-14) will
now play top seed Bradford on
Thursday, Jan. 31,at 7:30 p.m.'
Williston led by three, but
Keystone opened the fourth
quarter with a 12-3 run. A
bank shot by Strassberger tied
the game :at. 38-all. ,Hannah
SHamilton then scored six straight
points. Hamilton came up with
-a backcourt steal and pushed
the ball all the way upcourt for
a score, then followed that up
with a 3-pointer after a steal-by
I Hamilton, who scored nine
points in the fourth quarter, was
fouled on the 3-point shot. She
made the ensuing free throw to
put the Indians up 44-38 with
2:50 to play.
The Red Devils were able to
Scut Keystone's lead to one, but
Strassberger made 5-of-6 free
throws and set up Madyson
See DISTRICT, 3C
girls play 1st
The Bradford and Union
County girls' basketball teams
will play their first district
tournament games on Thursday,
Jan. 31, and Friday, Feb. 1, with
both beginning play in semifinal
Bradford, which earned the
number-one seed in District
5-4A, is hosting its district
tournament. The Tornadoes
will play fourth seed Williston/
fifth seed Keystone Heights on
Jan. 31 at 7:30 p.m. That game
will be preceded by a 6 p.m.
matchup between second seed
Santa Fe and third seed Fort
White/sixth seed Interlachen.
The winners will play each
other for the championship on
Saturday, Feb. 2, at 7 p.m.
Union is the third seed in
the District 7-1A tournament,
which is being hosted by
Chiefland High School, The
Tigers will take on second seed
Baldwin at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 1.
That game will be preceded by
top seed Newberry taking on'
fourth seed Chiefland/fifth seed
Dixie.County at 6 p.m.
Like the District 5-4A -
.. tournament, the championship
game is scheduled for Feb. 2 at
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Continued from 1C
on top by a 10-pound overall
* This will mark Cook's
fourth straight trip to' the state
meet, while 'Boettcher will
be making her sixth straight
appearance. (Boettcher won the
championship in the 199 class in
Union's Fletcher fell just shy
of qualifying for the state meet
last year, placing fourth at the
state-,qualifying meet. This year,
she had no trouble earning a
state berth, winning the 119
class with a 290-pound total,
which was 65 pounds better
than runner-up Haley Tieken of
Bradford. Fletcher tied a state
record in the bench press with
a total of 175 pounds, while
compiling a clean and jerk total
of 115 pounds.
Tieken had a bench press of
115 pounds and a clean and jerk
of 110 pounds to also earn her
first-ever trip to state.
Like Fletcher, Union's Jessica
Brown finished one place shy
of qualifying for state last year.
Like Fletcher, she, too, will be
going to state this year after
placing third in thb 154 class
with a 270 total. Brown had a
bench of 145 and a clean and
jerk of 125 to earn the last state
spot in the class. (Belleview's
Breanna Stehr was fourth with a
Also earning a -third-place
finish and state berth was
Bradford's Luciera Hamm.
She finished with a 175 total
in the 101 class, which put her
10 pounds ahead of teammate
Amanda Young. Hamm .had a
bench of 90 and a'clean and jerk
Young finished with a bench
of 80 and a clean and jerk of 85.
Bradford's Karen Clark
finished in a tie for fourth in the
110 class. She and Gainesville's
Kaitlyn Frening each had a 205
total, which was 5 pounds less
than that of third-place finisher
Tiffany Harris.of Palatka.,
Clark, who was attempting to
earn her second straight trip to
the state meet, had a bench of
95 and a clean and jerk of 110.
She wound up listed as fifth
in the class due to the weigh-
in'tiebreaker between her and
Keystone's Ashley Louden
earned a fifth-place finish as well
in the 199 c6ass. She had a bench
of 110 and a clean and jerk of
90 for a 200 total, which was 10
pounds behind the fourth-place
finisher and 25 pounds behind
the third-place finisher.
Keystone had two sixth-place
finishers in Sami Jo Anderson
and Heather Fitts. Anderson had
a 180 total (95 bench, 85 clean
and jerk) in the 199 class, while
Fitts had a 275 total (145, 130)
in the unlimited class.
Bradford's Christin Hopkins
also earned a sixth-place finish
with a 220,total (100,120) in the
Also competing for Bradford
were: Autumn Rodgers 6129
class), 80-110-190; Brandi
Nichols (129), 75-110-185;
Makala Proctor (139), 105-115-
220; Haley Sampson (154),90-
120-210; Ashlan Clark (154),
90-120-210; Ryann Clemons
(169), 95-115-210; and Angela
Byrd (183), 95-105-200.
Union's Marcia ,
by Union ,
coach Bryan -
'Griffis. RIGHT: -
a lift. Photos
Rebecca West and Jolene
Miller also competed for
Keystone in the 110 and 139
classes, respectively. West had a
105 total (55, 50>, while Miller
had a. 180 total (90, 90).
Union's Kaylee Findley
competed in the unlimited'class,
finishing with .a 275 total (145,
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Celtics eliminate KHHS girls
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights head girls'
soccer coach David McCollum
admitted after his team's Class
2A regional quarterfinal win over
Crystal River that it would be
"tough" for his team against Ocala
Trinity Catholic in tie regional
semifinals, and that proved to be
the case as the Celtics handed .the
Indians an 8-0 loss on Jan. 26 in
"We've played them before,"
McCollum said of losses of 3-0 in
2007,6-0 in 2008 and 8-0 in 2009.
"It's always been a struggle."
The Celtics (17-2) defeated
Santa Fe-the District 5 runner-up
to-Keystone-8-0 in the regional
quarterfinals in only 6ne half of
play because of the mercy rule
-and needed just two minutes into
the second half to end the match
Though the season ended with
a mercy-rule loss, it marked a
return to the regional playoffs for
the Indians (19-4-1), who failed
to qualify in 2012. Keystone has
now advanced past the district
tournament 11 years in the
program's 15-year history.
This marked just the fourth time
Keystone has advanced to the
regional semifinal round, which is
always a plus, McCollum said.
It's good that we can go as far
as we can," he said. "Being the
size school we are and with the
program we have, it's good." .
The Indians advanced in
dramatic fashion this year, with
RaychielTrimble scoring a goal in
a second overtime period for a 3-2
win over visiting Crystal River in
a Jan. 23 quarterfinal matchup.
"My shots had been off the
whole game, and then just to make
that winning shot was incredible,"
In regulation, Keystone' had
two shots go off the top bar and'
another that sailed just over the
goal: A penalty kick in the first
half sailed high over the goal as
Continued from 1C,
Maxwell for a basket in the paint
to ice the victory.
Hahilton. led Keystone with
15 points, while Maxwell had
12. Gonzales and Strassberger.
each had 10 points.
Maxwell helped the Indians
rally from a 16-10 deficit going
into the second quarter, scoring
six points during a 9-0 run. She
scored the first two baskets
of the quarter on assists from
Hamfilton and Bailey'2inkel. She
made two free throws-gdu9ring the
span and also drew a charge.
Hamilton's second 3-pointer
of the game sent the Indians into
Sthe half up 24-22.
Keystone opened the third
quarter by outscoring Williston
8-4, with Gonzales scoring on a
drive to the basket and making.
three free throws.
Gonzales made some crucial
plays during Keystone's
fourth-quarter run, disrupting a
makes a play
on a throw-
River. It was
"The girls had to battle back,"
McCollum said. "Things weren't
falling the way maybe they
would've liked. Well, you still
have to keep playing the game.
They did. To their credit, they
hung in there. That's a big-deal.
They hung in there and they got.
done what needed to get done."
When Trimble received a cross
from Moran Gibbs in the third
minute of the second overtime
period, she was determined not
to waste the opportunity. In her
mind, she said she thought, "This
'ball is coming straight to me.This
is my ball. No one's going to
knock me off of it." C
Crystal River's Christina
Bresson scored the first goal of
the match in the 101h minute.
Approximately nine minutes later,
Keystone misfired on a good look,
but ,Trimble was there to collect
the deflection off the top bar. The
play eventually led to a handball
against -the Pirates, but Madison
Colaw couldn't convert on the
ensuing penalty kick.
Colaw took a shot in the 27"'
minute that went off the top bar,
but Gibbs was there to collect the
ball and send it into the net to tie
Williston fast-break opportunity
and creating three turnovers.
SIf Keystone defeats'Bradford
in the Jan. 31 semifinal game,
it will play for the distriet-
championship on Saturday, Feb.
2, at 7 p.m.
All tournament games are
played at Bradford High School.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 10 14 8 22-54
WHS: 16 6 13 13-48
Keystone scoring (54): Born
3, Gonzales 10, Hamilton 15,
Maxwell 12, Strassberger 10,
Zinkel 2. 3-pointers;. Hamilton 3.
Free throws: 17-28.
Indians cap regular
season with senior
Two of the four players
recognized on Senior Night
posted double-doubles as
the Indians defeated visiting
the score at 1-1.
The Crystal River goalie
knocked down a shot by Trimble
in the 4411 minute, but Colaw
corralled the live ball and scored
to -ive the Indians a 2-1 lead'.
The Pirates (11-11-2) sent
a couple of hard shots toward
Keystone goalie Haley Arzie in
the 52"n and 53rd. minutes, but
Arzie made saves on both. Natalie
Ezzell, though, found the mark
from approximately 18 yards out
in the 5711th minute to tie the score
Arzie, who finished with
nine saves, made several nice
plays during the remainder of
regulation, including deflecting
one shot off the right side of the
net in the 73Y1 minute.
Advancing to the regional
semifinals &ad Trimble .already
excited about the 2013-14 season.
"To me, it means we're only
getting better, and if we all work
110 percent, then we're only
going to keep going forward," she
said. "It's my junior year, so I'm
ecstatic to see what comes next
year as a senior."
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Middleburg 5-.40 on Jan. 24.
SIt was the last regular season
game for seniors Hamilton,
Maxwell, Strassberger and
Hannah Golembiewski, and
they helped Keystone enter the
District '5-4A tournament on
a positive note. It was just the
ninth win for the Indians in an
"The girls came together and
played a great game," Keystone
head coach.Jessica Carter said.
Maxwell scored 10 points and
grabbed 17 rebounds, while
Hamilton had 12 points and 10
rebounds. Hamilton also had
seen assists. :. -
Strassberger* ".finished the
game with six assists to go along
with five rebounds and four
points, while Golembiewski had
11 rebounds and seven points.
Gonzales joined Hamilton
and Maxwell in double figures
with 12 points, while also
grabbing six rebounds. Sierra
Moore had four points, four
assists and five rebounds, while
Zinkel had three points and four
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Two shots hit the post.
One close-in shot off of a
rebound was sitting on the line
and picked up by the opposing
That's what the Keystone
Heights boys' soccer team
experienced in its District 5-2A
championsship match against
Santa Fe on Jan. 25 in Keystone.
Oh, and by the way, the Indians
were playing without their top
scorer (academics) and assists
leader (red card), plus another
vital senior leader (red card).
The result was a 2-1 win for
Santa Fe, though Keystone head
coach Trevor Waters thought his
team did what it needed to do
to win, maintaining possession
of the ball and moving it well
throughout the match.
"My feeling is we outplayed
them," Waters said, "but you've
got to give them credit. They're
very organized, and they're
very physical. This was a very
Keystone (18-4-2), which
will travel to play District
6 champ Crescent City in a
regional quarterfinal match on
Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.,
Shad a shot go off the goal post
in the first three minutes of the
"If that goes in, it's a whole
different match," Waters said.
"We would've moved the ball.
Our energy would've picked
up, but you know, those are the
maybes. That's why you play."
The first half was scoreless,
but Santa Fe's Arric.Wali scored
approximately three minutes
into the second half.
In the 45"' minute, Keystone's
Wyatt Graziano took a corner
kick, which Ray Trimble was
able to head toward the goal,
but the ball went left of the goal.
Approximately four minutes
later, Shaw Fuller did a nice job
keeping the ball inbounds and
passing to Graziano, who took a
shot that Santa Fe goalie Joggie
Kovic just got a hand on. Kovic
didn't control the ball, however,
and Keystone's Matt Crane was
there for the rebound. The ball
barely missed crossing the line
before Kovic scooped it up.
Keystone goalie Garrett
McGee made a save in the 60th
minute, but Santa Fe's Jorge
Garcia was there for a rebound
opportunity, which he converted
on to put the Raiders (16-3-3) up
The Indiatis avoided the
shutout when Zac Holman sent
a shot in from approximately
40 yards out that just snuck in
under the top bar of the goal.
Despite the loss, Waters was
proud of the way his team has
played since losing some of its
."-Thby love to play soccer,"
Waters said. "This is the best
group I've ever had. They love
to pick it up anytime and play
If Keystone defeats Crescent
City, it will either host Pierson
Taylor or travel to Alachua-to
play Santa Fe in a semifinal
match on Saturday, Feb. 2, at 7
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to face each
Bradford and Keystone
Heights will play each other'in
a Tuesday, Feb. 5, quarterfinal
game of the District 5-4A boys'
basketball tournament, which is
being hosted by Fort White High
The tournament will begin with
a game against fourth seed Santa
Fe and fifth seed Interlachen at
6 p.m. The third seed Tornadoes
will then take on the sixth seed
Indians at 7:30 p.m.
winner will advance to the
Thursday, Feb.-7, semifinals to
play second seed Williston at 6
p.m. Top seed Fort White will
play -the Santa Fe-lnterlachen
winner at 7:30 p.m.
The tournament championship
is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 9,
at 7 p.m.
35 in BHS win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Caleb Jones made five
3-pointers and finished with
a game-high 35 points as the
SBradford boys' basketball team
defeated Union County 86-70 on
Jan. 26 in Lake Butler.
Jones scored 10 points in the
third quarter as the Tornadoes
(15-10) increased their 42-38
lead to 64-51; All but two of
those points came during a 14-2
run to close out the third quarter.
Union.,(12-10) made 12
3-pointers, with nine of those
Occurring in the first half to keep
the Tigers close.
Back-to-back 3-pointers by.
Carl Alexander and Geordyn
Green gave the Tigers an early
7-2 lead. Alexander made
another trey to make it an eight-
point game, but the Tornadoes
responded with seven' straight
points, including a 3-pointer
ahd a pull-up jumper along the
baseline by Jones.
S The Tigers ...maintained
their lead. with Alexander and
Shaimea Maeweather each
sinking a shot from behind the
arc, but Bradford closed out the
first quarter with a 7-2 run. Justin
McBride scored on a rebound
putback, while Lyndell Hampton
Srook a pass from Marco Grimsley
for a layup. Jones then made a
3-pointer to make the score 20-
18 in favor of the Tornadoes.
Union stayed close in the
second quarter and took the lead.
briefly, with Maeweather and
Princeton Alexander each hitting
two 3-pointers. Maeweather's
second trey of the second quarter
put the Tigers up 32-31, while
Green's basket in transition put
them up 34-31.1 '
Bradford outscored the
Tigers 9-4 to close out the half.
McBride, who had 10 points in
the quarter, blocked a 3-point
attempt by Princeton Alexander
with less than a minute left on
the clock before getting.a dunk
on the other end on a feed from
McBride, who finished the
game with 22 points, had a dunk
off of an assist from Deantre
Burch to open the third quarter.
A pull-up jumper by Green
pulled the Tigers to. within
50-48, but that's as close as
they would get the rest of the
way. After the Tigers missed a
basket in transition, Bradford's
Hampton had a basket to start the.
Tornadoes on their 14-2 run.
Hampton scored eight points
in the fourth quarter and finished
with 18. He was also one of
five Bradford players to finish
with at least eight rebounds.
Hampton and Keaaris Ardley
each had eight, while Jones had
10. McBride and Grimsley had
11 and 13, respectively.
Grimsley and Ardley had five
and six assists, respectively.
Maeweather and Carl
Alexander, who combined for
21 of the Tigers' 38 first-half
points, finished with 16 and 14
points, respectively. Keldric
Bradley scored 10 points in the
second half and finished with 12,
while Princeton Alexander and
Green finished with 11 and nines
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Score by Quarter
BHS: 20 22 22 22-8Q
UCHS: 18 20 13 19-70
Bradford (86): Ardley 6, Burch 1,
Grimsley 4, 'Hampton 18, Jones
35, McBride 22. 3-pointers:
Jones 5. Free throws: 17-23;
Union (70): C. Alexander 14,
P. Alexander 11, Bradley 12,
Edwards. 3, .Green 9,. .Jackson
5, Maeweather 16. 3-pointers:
Green, Jackson, P: Alexander 2,
C. Alexander 4, Maeweather 4.
Free throws: 10-16.
Earlier UCHS results:
Chiefland 51 UCHS 41
Nine players scored, including
Bradley, who had a team-
high. 12 points, but the Tigers
suffered their first District 7-1A
loss of. the season, falling 51-
41 to Chiefland on Jan. 15 in
Maeweather added seven
points for the Tigers, who were
outscored in every quarter.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 9 12 '10-41
CHS: 14 11 14 12-51
Union scoring (41): Prince:
Alexander 2, Princeton
Alexander 5, Bradley 12, Dukes
2, Edwards 2, Green 2, Jackson
6, Maeweather 7, Mosher 3.
3-pointers: Princeton Alexander,
Bradley, Maeweather. Free
Ft. White 72 UCHS 46
The Tigers were outscored
30-10 in the first quarter of a 72-
46 loss to Fort White on Jan.' 17
in Fort White.
Bradley led Union with 19
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 12 13 1il-46
FWHS: 30 24 9 .9-72
Union scoring (46): Princeton
Alexander 7, Bradley 19, Dukes
2, Edwards 6, Green 2, Jackson
4, Maeweather 6. 3-pointers:
Alexander, Bradley. Free
UCHS 65 Dixie 60
Union held a 42-23 advantage
at the half and went on to defeat
district opponent Dixie County
65-60 on Jan. 18 in Cross City.
Maeweather and Bradley
scored 21 and 18 points,
respectively, as the Tigers!
finished witNla.:7-1 record in
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 21 21 13 10-65
DCHS:, 13 10 13 24-60
Union scoring (65): Bradley
18, Dukes 5, Edwards 6, Green
4, Jackson 7, Maeweather 21,
Mosher 4. 3-pointers: Bradley,
Edwards, Maeweather 3. Free
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Justin McBride posted a triple-
double as the Bradford boys'
basketball team defeated visiting
Santa Fe 63-41 on Jan. 22 to
finish regular-season district
play with a 7-3 mark.
Bradford, which outscored
the Raiders 19-9 in the fourth
quarter, finished, in a tie with
Williston for second place in
the district, but Williston will be
the second seed in next week's
district tournament based on a
tiebreaker based upon road wins.
(See related story.)
McBride scored 25 points
and had 16 rebounds and 10
blocked shots. Keaaris Ardley
had 18 points to go along with
four assists, six rebounds and six
Deantre Burch scored 10
points and led the team in assists
with six. Marco Grimsley had
eight points and four assists,
while Troyvante Floyd had six
Score by Quarter,
SFHS: 6 13 13 9-41
BHS: 9 21 14 19-63
Bradford scoring (63):
Ardley 18, Burch 10, Grimsley
8, Hampton 2, McBride 25.
3-pointers: Ardley, Burch. Free
up 2nd win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It has been a struggle this
season for the-Keystone Heights
boys' basketball tear, but the
Indians got a double-double from
Nate Smith and 21 points'from
Eugene Hutchinson in defeating
visiting Bronson 55-43 on Jan.
Smith scored 13 points and
grabbed 12 rebounds as the
Indians (2-21) picked up. their
first win since Dec. 3.
Robby Kerr added 15 points.
Keystone played Union
County this pastTuesday and
will cap the regular season by
hosting Nease on Friday, Feb. 1,
at 7:30 p.m. The team's seniors
will be honored before the game.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 5 11 16 11-43
KHHS: 9 9 17 20-55
Keystone scoring (55): Brown
2, Chandler 2, Hutchinson
21, Kerr 15, Mayer 2, Smith
13, Valenzuela 4. 3-pointers:
Hutchinson 3. Free throws: 10-
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