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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Coordinates: 30.021667 x -82.340833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
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UNION COUNTY

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013 100T YEAR 41ST ISSUE /Ia -LNTS


Butler Seafood House and Grill, Small Business of the Year


Miss U-Co
High set
The Miss U-Co High Pageant
.will be held Today, Feb. 7, at 7
p.m.'at the Union County High
School auditorium. Admission is
$5- per person.


Softball
sign-ups
The Union County girls
softball will be conducting
registration for all girls ages 7
through 12 who are interested in
playing. The'signups will be held
every Saturday in February from
9 a.m. to noon at the OJ Phillips
Recreation Complex. The cost is
$75 per child.


ASBC hosts
Parent's
Night out
If you want a date night
Valentine's Day without your
children then America's Students
Bettering .Communities (ASBC)
at Union County High School'
Shas the solution for you. ASBC
-will host a parent's night out on
Friday, Feb. 15'-from 4 to 11
p.m. in the UCHS Media Center.
Qualified. and responsible
ASBC members will watch your
children. The price is $15 per
child for the evening and $5 for
each additional child. This price
includes dinner, crafts, movie
and a snack. All proceeds will go
to the Ronald McDonald House.
If you would like to participate
in Parents Night Out, registration
forms are available in the front
office at your child's school. Fill
the form out and send it back
with your child to school by
Wednesday, Feb. 13.

BINGO
fundraiser set
The Worthington Springs
Senior Center will host a
Bingo .night at the Worthington
Springs Community' Center
on Friday, Feb. 8, from 6 to 9
p.m. Refreshments will be sold
to include fried fish, hot dogs,
coleslaw arid more. All are
invited to attend.


Valentines
Hawaiian
Luau set
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 mdre. 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.


Tobacco Free
Partnership
meet
The Union County Tobacco
Free Partnership meeting is
scheduled for Feb. 13, at the
Community Center in Lake
Butler at 1 p.m. Lunch will
be served. Your involvement
in' the Union County Tobacco
Free Partnership is important so
be sure to join and invite your
neighbors, business associates,
and other community leaders
to join as well. Confirm your
attendance by calling 386-496-
3211 ext. 2602 Darlene or ext.
2606 Jim.


Butler Seafood House and Grill was awarded the Small Business of the Year award during the North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce
Annual Membership meeting. See more in the Regional Section. (I-r) Co-owner Barbara Busone, Pam Whittle, Co-Owner Chef Liz Hyland, Jeff
Woody and 2012 NFRCC Chairman of the Board Jimmie L. Scott. (Pictured in the back) Scott Roberts.

Road watch for Union County g


There will be daytime closures
on S.R. 100 on Friday, Feb.
8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Adkins Bridge, approximately
one-half mile west of C.R. 235,
for routine bridge maintenance.
Upcoming projects as-listed
by the Florida Department of
Transportation include: C.R.
241A, pave shoulders from SW
67th Street to C.R. 245 (1 mile).
Bids to open in April at estimated
cost of $12 million.
Southeast 5th Avenue/
Epperson Street, build sidewalk
from S.R. 100 to S.R. 121 in front
of the library in Lake Butler.
Bids said to open this month at
estimated cost of $158,009.
SW 1st Street, build sidewalk
from Lake Street to SW 4th Ave.
(.24 mile), SW 4th Ave. from
S.R. 100 to SW 1st Ave. and on


SW 2nd Ave. from SW 1st Ave.
to the existing rail trail. Bids said
to open this month at estimated
cost of $105,536.
Projects in the five-year
adopted work program (2012-
2017) include:
C.R. 231A resurface from
S.R. 121 to C.R, 231 (2.5 miles)
in 2014/15 at estimated cost of
$502,476.
Resurface C.R. 237 from S.R.
100 to S.R. 121 (2.5 miles) in
2012/13 at estimated cost of
$736,800.
Resurface. C.R. 239 from
Thomas Rdad to NW 137th
Street (2.6 miles) in 2013/14 at
estimated cost of $779,944.
Resurface C.R. 240 from the
Columbia County line to Dicks
Road (3.3 miles) in 2012/13 at
estimated cost of $1.2 million.


SS.R. 121 resurface from the
beginning of the curb and gutter
to the Baker County line (15.8
miles) in 2014/15 at estimated
cost of $6.9 million.
Completed within the last year:
S.R. 100 updated traffic signals
at Lake Street and at S.R. 121.
Traffic Control Devices, Inc., of
Altamonte Springs begarnJan. of
2012 and finished in March 2012
at a cost of $224,650.
Built 10-foot wide asphalt
bike path with 2-foot paved
shoulders al6ng the old Norfolk
Southern rail corridor from S.R.
238 to C.R. 237 (4.12 miles),
J.B. Coxwell Contracting Inc. of
Jacksonville began August 2011 -
and finished March 2012 at a
cost of $1,324,400.


Lake Butler Middle School Principal Graybeal and
Assistant Principal Carolyn Parrish enjoyed being
"pied in the face" recently by students who-met --
their AR (Accelerated reading) goals.


Who will be crowned 2013 Miss U-Co High


DEADLINE MONDAY 5 P.M. BEFORE PUBLICATION PHONE 386-496-2261


SFAX 386-4962858


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UC School
Board meeting
The Union County School
Board will meet on Tuesday,
Feb. 12, at 6 p.m. The School
Board office/meeting room is
located across from the Lake
Butler Middle School on S.R.
121. For more information,
contact 386-496-2045.


Woman's Club
American
Heart Fund/
Cancer Society
luncheon
On Tuesday, Feb. 12, the
Lake Butler Woman's Club
will host their annual American
Heart Fund and American
Cancer Society Luncheon. The
luncheon will be at the Woman's
Club clubhouse and will be from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Suggested
donation per lunch is $6. All
proceeds will be divided equally
between the Heart Fund and the
Cancer Society. You may pay
cash or make a check to either or
both of the organizations. Carry
out containers will be available
for those wishing to take a lunch
with them. Mark your calendars
and plan to attend this special
occasion. Lake Butler Woman's
Club, continuing service for over
100 years.


Project GRAD
fundraiser-
SProject GRAD 2013 and A&G
gifts at 117 S. Thompson Street
in Starke are hosting a "Week
of shopping" fundraiser. Shop
between Feb. 12-16, and Project
GRAD will receive 20 percent
of the total sales during that
time. Be sure to mention Project
GRAD at checkout. This is just
in time for Valentines Day,'
Mother's Day and graduation.
A&G gifts offer Vera Bradley,
Kameleon Jewelry, switch flip-
flops and much more.


Daddy-
Daughter
date night
SDaddy-daughter date night
ii set for Feb 15. Hosted.by
First Baptist Church and Butler
Seafood House and Grill.
SIeservations required. Call the
church office at 386-496-3704 or
visit www.fbclakebutler.com



4th' annual
celebration of
abilities prom
; The 4th annual Celebration of
Abilities prom is being held on
Feb. 15, from 7 to 10 p.m. This
prom is a special celebration for
students of exceptionalities in
Union County.
; This special occasion allows
the students to celebrate their
special abilities and to' have a
Special night that is dedicated
to them. This year's theme is
'Hollywood Red Carpet Event."
If any business or organization
is interested in helping with this
year's upcoming event, please
contact Tammy Harrison, Cathy
Griffis or Patsy Fortner at Union
County hfigh School at 386-496-
4863.. Any contributions are
welcomed.



UCBCC special
meetings set
The Union County Board of
County Commissioners will
:meet on Monday, Feb. 18, at 6
p.m. This is a mandatory meeting
:for. all interested building
contractors. This pertain's
to the CDBG. (Community


Development Block Grant) For
more information, contact 386-
496-4241..
A special meeting f9r the
proposed flood ordinance will
:follow at 6:30 p.m.


Lake Butler Middle School A Honor Roll


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The 5'h grade A honor roll students for the second nine weeks were (Front row, I-r) Karah Oden, Kasie Murphy, Nick Laux, John Knagge, Ariana
Johnson Chole Johns, Ryan Hardin, Luke Griffis, Carlyl Green and Sierra Graham. (Back row, I-r) Trinity Watkins, Lance Thornton, Kylie Stevens,
Dylan Snyder, Kendal Stalnaker, Ayla Smith and Jace Oody.


The 6th grade A honor roll students for the second 9 weeks were (Front row, I-r) Kensley Hamilton, Breanna Gilmore, Summer Filgham, Rachel
Curtis, Brooklyn Cunningham, Jared Touchstone, Wesley Courson and Chyanne Bell. (Middle row, I-r) Kade Peacock, Jadee O'Steen, Naomi
Murray, Matthew Lynch, Victoria Lake, Sidney Johnson, JD Johnson and Gage Hendricks. (Back row, I-r) Ryan Young, Corey Scully-Kohn,
Jonathan Schmidt, Chad Sanders, Jenna Ritch and Alex Perez.

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USPS648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054


Subsciption Rate in Trade Area
$39.00per year
$20.00 six months
OutsideTradeArea:
$39,00 per year
120.00 six months


(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: Tiffany Clark
Spons Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Dariene Douglass
Tvyesettlng: Elleen Gilmore


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Claslified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


Earl W. Ray
Mary Johnson
Joan Stewart-Jones


The 7th grade A honor roll students for the second nine weeks were (Front row, l-r)
Kaylee Molchan, Madelyn Kish, Dawson Johns, Ashley Harris, Jacob Curtis, Chase
Crawford, Tyler Carnley, Taylor Beatty and Madison Adams.
(Back row, I-r) Tori Wilkins, Kaylie Whitehead, Brooke Waters, Erin Stidham, Lauren
Rhodes and Kale Oden.


See Honor Roll page 4A


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THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


L LEGALS



UCT LEGALS 2/7
TAX DEED # 63 2012-TD-0003
Notice of Application forTax Deed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
David J. Crews,. the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 148 YEAR OF
ISSUANCE: 2009
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: 32-
05-19-00-000-0011-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
All that part of the Nbrth 1/2 of the
North V2 of Section 32, Township 5
South, Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida, lying West of the right of way
for' a forestry management grade
road known as Road 17-A (a 60
foot wide right of way) LESS AND
EXCEPT the West 1,758.27 feet of
the said North 1/2 of the North 1/2 of
Section 32.
TOGETHER WITH an easement
for- ingress and egress over and
across the 60 foot wide Road 17-A,
described as follows:
A 60 foot wide strip of land in Section
32;,Township 5 South, Range 19 East,
Union County, Florida, lying 30.00
feet on both sides of the centerline
of an existing forestry management
grade road knows as Road 17-A, said
ceriterline being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said Section 32, thence South 89
degrees 59 minutes 44 seconds West,
along the North line of said Section
32; a distance of 1,013.78 feet to the
Point of Beginning; thence Southerly
along the said centerline of Road
..17.A, through the following courses:.
S6uth 22 degrees 47 minutes 57
seconds East, 330.50 feet to the
Point of Curvature (PC) of a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 800.00 feet and a central..
angle of 13 degrees 44 minutes 43
seconds, thence Southeasterly along
the are of the curve, 191.92 feet to
the Point of Tangency (PT); thence
South 09 degrees 03 minutes 14
seconds East, a distance.of 133.69
feet to the PC of a curve concave
to the Northwest having a radius of
400.00 feet and a central angle of
49 degrees 59 minutes 19 seconds;
thence Southwesterly along the
are of the,ourve, 348.99 feet to the
PT; thence South 40 degrees 56
.minutes 05 seconds West, a distance
qt.411.32 feet to the PC of a curve
.concave to the Southeast having a
radius of 300.00 fpet and a central
angle of 38 degrees 01 minutes
15 seconds; thence Southwesterly
along the arc of the curve 199.08 feet
to the PT; thence South 02 degrees
54 minutes 50 seconds West, a
distance of 380.57 feet to the PC of
a. curve concave to the Northeast
having a radius of 290.00 feet
anjd a central angle of 97 degrees
27 minutes 50 seconds; thence
Southeasterly along the arc of the
curve, 493.31 feet to the PT; thence
North 85 degrees 27 minutes 00
seconds East, a distance of 150.57
feet; thence North 68 degrees 34
minutes 30 seconds East, a distance
of 342.74 feet to the PC if a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 225.00 feet and a central
.angle of 77 degrees 50 minutes 37
seconds; thence Southeasterly along
the arc of the curve, 305.69 feet to
the FT; thence South 33 degrees 34
minutes 53 seconds East, a distance
of 297.74 feet to the PC of a curve
concave to the Southwest having a
radius of 600.00 feet and a central
angle of 25 degrees 08 minutes 58
seconds; thence Southeasterly along
the arc of the curve, 263.36 feet to
the PT; thence South 08 degrees 25
minutes 55 seconds East, a distance
of 228.18 feet to the centerline of
State Road 238 and the- end of the
said centerline.
LESS AND EXCEPT that part of the
ingress and egress easement lying
within the right of way of State Road
238.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Roderick D Vereen and Jacques
Pierre Louis.
Said .property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
'according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the
21st day of February, 2013.
Dated this 15th day of January, 2013.
Kellie Hendricks Connell
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting

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reasonable accommodations. to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENTTO ISSUE
AIR PERMIT
Florida Department of Environmental
Protection Northeast District Draft/
Proposed Permit No. 1250005-009-
AV
Gilman Building Products, Lake
Butler Mill Union County, Florida
Applicant: The applicant for this
project is Gilman Building Products.
he applicant's responsible official
and mailing address are: Victor
Garrett, President, Gilman Building
Products, Lake Butler Mill, 581705
White Oak Road, Yulee, Florida
32097.
Facility Location: The applicant
operates the existing Lake Butler
Mill, which is located in Union County
South of SR 100, SE of Lake Butler,
Florida.
Project: The applicant applied on
December 7, 2012 to the Department
for a Title V air operation permit
renewal. This is a renewal of Title
V air operation permit No. 1250005-
007-AV. The existing facility consists
of of several pieces of equipment
used to process wood into chips
and lumber. Equipment includes:
a log debarker, saw, chipper, sorter,
planer, cyclones, drying kilns, and a
hammermill.
Southern pine logs are debarked,
sawed and then dried in the kilns. The
dried lumber is then planed, trimmed,
and graded prior to shipment.
Permitting Authority: Applications
for Title V air operation permits are
subject to review in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 403,
Florida Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters
62-4, 62-210, 62-213 of the Florida
Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is'not exempt from
air permitting requirements and a Title
V air operation permit is required to
operate the facility. The Department
of Environmental Protection's Air
Resource Section in the Northeast
District Office is the Permitting
Authority responsible for making a
permit determination for this project.
The Permitting Authority's physical
address is: 8800 Baymeadows
Way West, Suite 100, Jacksonville,
Florida 32256. The Permitting
Authority's mailing address is: 8800
Baymeadows Way West, Suite 100,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256. The
Permitting Authority's telephone
number is 904/256-1700.
Project File: A complete project file is
available for public inspection during
the,.normal business hours of 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at
the address indicated above for the
Permitting Authority. The complete
project file includes the draft/proposed
permit, the statement of basis, the
application, and the information
submitted by the applicant, exclusive
of confidential, records under Section
403.111, F.S. Interested persons may
view the draft permit by visiting the
following website: http://www.dep.
state.fl.us/air/emission/apds/default.
asp and entering the permit number
shown "aove. Interested persons
may contact the Permitting Authority's
project review engineer for additional
information at the address or phone
number listed above.
Notice of Intent to Issue Permit: The
Permitting Authority gives notice of its
intent to issue a draft/proposed Title
V air operation permit renewal to the
applicant for the project described
above. The applicant has provided


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Regional News Section, Bradford
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UNION COUNTY TIMES
386-496-2261 FAX: 386-496-2858
125 E. MAIN ST.
LAKE BUTLER, FL

LAKE REGION MONITOR
352-473-2210 FAX: 352-473-2210
7382 SR-21
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reasonable assurance that continued
operation of the existing equipment
will not adversely impact air quality
and that the project will comply
with all appropriate provisions of
Chapters 62-4, 62-204, 62-210, 62-
212, 62-213, 62-296 and 62-297,
F.A.C. The Permitting Authority will
issue a subsequent final permit in
accordance with the conditions of
the draft/proposed permit unless a
response received in accordance
with the following procedures results
in a different decision or a significant
change of terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the draft/proposed Title
V air operation permit for a period of
30 days from the date of publication
of the Public Notice. Written
comments must be received by the
close of business (5:00 p.m.), on or
before the end of this 30-day period
by the Permitting Authority at' the
above address. As part of his or
her comments, any person may also
request that the Permitting Authority
hold a public meeting on this
permitting action. If the Permitting
Authority determines there is sufficient
interest for a public meeting, it will
publish notice of the time, date, and
location in the Florida Administrative
Weekly (FAW). If a public meeting
is requested within the 30-day
comment period and conducted by
the Permitting Authority, any oral
and written comments received
during the public meeting will also
be considered by the Permitting
Authority. If timely received written
comments or comments received at
a public meeting result in a significant
change to the draft/proposed permit,
the Permitting Authority shall issue
a revised draft/proposed permit and
require, if applicable, another Public
Notice. All comments filed will be
made available for public inspection.
For additional information, contact
the Permitting Authority at the above
address or phone number.
Petitions: A person whose
substantial interests are affected by
the proposed permitting decision
may petition for an administrative
hearing in accordance with Sections
120.569 and 120.57, FS. The
petition must contain the information
set forth below and must be filed
with (received by) the Department's
Agency Clerk in the Office of
General Counsel of the Department
of Environmental Protection, 3900
Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail
Station #35, Tallahassee, Florida
32399-3000. Petitions filed by the
applicant or any of the parties listed
below must be filed within 14 days of
receipt of this Written Notice of Intent
to Issue Air Permit. Petitions filed by
any persons other than those entitled
to written notice under Section
120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within
14 days of publication of the attached
Public Notice or within 14 days of
receipt of this Written Notice of Intent
to Issue Air Permit, whichever occurs
first. Under Section 120.60(3), F.S.,
however, any person who asked
the 'Permitting Authority for notice
of agency action may file a petition
within 14 days of receipt of that notice,
regardless of the date of publication.
A petitioner shall mail a copy of
the petition to the applicant at the
address indicated above, at the time
of filing. The failure of any person to
file a petition within the appropriate
time period shall constitute a waiver
of that person's righP to request
an. administrative determination
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, F.S., or to intervene in this


proceeding and participate as a party
to it. Any subsequent intervention
(in a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
the presiding officer upon the filing of
a motion in compliance with Rule 28-
106.205, F.A.C.
A petition that disputes the material
facts on which the Permitting
Authority's action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name, address and telephone
number of the petitioner; the name
address and telephone number of
the petitieirer's representative, if
any, which shall be the address for
service purposes during the course of
the proceeding; and an explanation
of how the petitioner's substantial
rights will-be affected bythe agency
determination; (c) A statement of
when and how the petitioner received
notice of the agency action or
proposed decision; (d) A statement of
all disputed issues of material'fact. If
there are none, the petition must so
indicate; (e)Aconcise statementof the
ultimate facts alleged, including the
specific facts the petitioner contends
warrant reversal or modification. of
the agency's proposed action; (f)
A statement of the specific rules
or statutes the petitioner contends
require reversal or modification of the
agency's proposed action including
an explanation of how the alleged
facts relate to the specific rules or
statutes; and, (g) A'statement of the
relief sought by the petitioner, stating
precisely the action the petitioner
wishes the agency to take with
respect to the agency's proposed
action. A petition that does not
dispute the material facts upon which
the. Permitting Authority's action is
.based-shall state that no such facts
are in dispute and otherwise shall
contain the same information as set
forth above, as required by Rule 28-
106.301, F.A.C.
Because the administrative hearing
process is designed to formulate final
agency action, the filing of a petition
means that the Permitting Authority's
final action may be different from
the position taken by it in this Public
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Persons whose substantial interests
will be affected by any such final
decision of the Permitting Authority
on the application have the right
to petition to become a party to the
proceeding, in accordance with the
requirements set forth above.
Mediation: Mediation is not available
for this proceeding.
EPA Review: EPA has agreed to
treat the draft/proposed Title V air
operation permit as a proposed Title
V air operation permit and to perform
its 45-day review provided by the law
and regulations concurrently with
the public comment period, provided
that the applicant also transmits an
electronic copy of the required proof
of publication directly to EPA at the
following email address: oquendo.
ana@epamail.epa.gov. Although
EPA's 45-day review period will be
performed concurrently with the
public comment period, the deadline
for submitting a citizen petition' to
object to the EPA Administrator will be
determined as if EPA's 45-day review
period is performed after the public
comment period has ended. The
final Title V air operation permit will
be issued after the conclusion of the
45-day EPA review period so long as


Judgment Is Coming:

Are You Ready?
The Bible does not reveal when the judgment will take place
but tells us it is coming. Jesus tells us, "Of that day and hour
no one knows ... but My Father only" (Matthew 24:36). Jesus
tells us to constantly watch and be ready (Matthew 24:42, 44;
25:13). What does it take to be ready for the judgment? In 2
Thessalonians 1:8 Paul says Jesus will come, "in flaming fire
taking vengeance on those who do not know God, and on those
who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ." In order
to avoid the vengeance of flaming fire, we must obey the
gospel of Christ. When Jesus sent His apostles out to preach
the gospel, part of their message was, "He who believes and is
baptized will be saved" (Mark 16:15-16). Have we obeyed the
gospel? Are we continuing to live our lives according to the
gospel's teaching?
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
E-mail: daqvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

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


that result in a different decision"
or significant change of terms or
conditions. The status regarding
EPA's 45-day review of this project
and the deadline for submitting a
citizen petition can be,found at the
following website address: http://
www.epa.gov/region4/air/permits/
Florida.htm.
Objections: Finally, pursuant to 42
United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
7661d(b)(2), any person may petition
the Administrator of the EPA within
60 days of the expiration of the
Administrator's 45-day review period
as established at 42 U.S.C. Section
7661 d(b)(1), to object to the issuance
of any Title V air operation permit.
Any petition shall be based only on
objections to the Permit that were
raised with reasonable specificity
during the 30-day public comment
period provided in the Public Notice,
unless the petitioner demonstrates
to the Administrator of the EPA that
it was impracticable to raise such
objections within the comment period
or unless the grounds for such
objection arose after the comment
period. MFng of a petition with the
Administrator of the EPA does not
stay the effective date of any permit
properly issued pursuant to the
provisions of Chapter 62-213, F.A.C.
etitions filed with the Administrator
of EPA must meet the requirements
of 42 U.S.C. Section 7661d(b)(2) and
must be filed with the Administrator of
the EPA at: U.S. EPA, 401 M Street,
S.W., Washington, D.C. 20460. For
more information regarding EPA
review and objections, visit EPA's
Region 4 web site at http://www.epa.
gov/region4/air/permits/Florida.htm
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NOTICE
Call for Request for Proposals (RFP)
Landfill Gas-to-Energy Project
RFP# 13-01
The New River Solid Waste
Association (NRSWA) is issuing
this Request for Proposal (RFP) for
developing a landfill gas-to-energy
(LFGE) project at the New River
Regional Landfill (NRRL), an active


municipal solid waste landfill in Union
County, Florida. The Vendor shall
be qualified to convert landfill gas to
electricity or other beneficial use. The
selected Vendor shall be required
to assume full responsibility for all
services offered in their proposal. A
pre-proposal meeting and site tour
will be held on Thursday, February. '
21, 2013, at 10:00 am (Eastern Time)
at the:NRRL. Attendance is strongly..
encouraged but not mandatory. I
NRRL is located 2.5 miles north-.
of Raiford, Florida on State Road:
121 in Union County, Florida. RFP "
packages can be picked up at the-
NRRL Administration Office located
at 24276 NE 157th'Street, Raiford,
Florida 32083 or can be distributed
upon request via email. Completed
RFP packages shall be. mailed to
the NRSWA, P.O. Box 647, Raiford,
Florida 32083-0647 or "delivered
to the NRRL Administration Office.
After the RFP opening, the packages
will be examined for completeness -
and preserved in the custody of the
Executive Director. The NRSWA
reserves the right to reject any or all
RFP responses or a portion thereof..
for any reason. Any RFP responses
received after the specified time and
date will not be considered. The RFP: .
submittal DEADLINE is, Thursday,
March 21, 2013, at 3:00 pm (Eastern
Time). For additional procedural
information contact the NRSWA at '-
386-431-1000.
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Public Auction
The Lake Butler Mini Storage has
scheduled an auction on Saturday,
February 16, 2013 at 10:00 AM.
Located at 1015 SW 3RD ST., Lake
Butler, FL. 32054 (behind the Lake
Butler Apartments, HWY 121). The
following units will be foreclosed.
Unit #33, $384.15,
Unit #70, $330.32,
Unit #8, $219.34,
Unit #27, $214.09,
Unit #81, $330.00
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COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013


38th grade A Honor roll students for the second nine weeks
were (Front row, I-r) Deanna Olin, Devin Lewis, Leanne
,Kline, Karlie Hodgson, Seth Hendricks, Ty Hamilton, Lane
Griffis and Morgan Eddy. (Back row, I-r) Dylan Thornton,
Sydney Snowden, Jarrett Shadd, Kasey Rhodes and
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51h grade: Deandre Baker,
Tyler Barrs, Madison Brown,
Kinslee Bryant, Tanner Canada,
Tiffany Clark, Kamaya Cohen,
Mitchael Combs, Alyssa Coyle,
Chase Cribbs, Adena Crumitie,
Sierra Dell, Thomas Dubose,
Matthew Eaton, Clarissa
Elixson, Virginia Falk, Jason
Ferguson, Sabrina Fort, William
Gallagher, Hunter Gilland, Kayla
Godsmark, John Godwin, Dillon
Griffis, Andrea Hankerson,
Phylicia Harris, Spencer
Hedman, William Howard,
Destini Jackson, Cheyenne
Johns, Justice Kite, Jonathan
Maldonado, John-Layton May,
Jacob McRannolds, Kelsie
Michael, Haylee Miller, Kandace
Moppert, Brian Nelson, Payton
Newman, Alan Palmer, Victoria
Park, Alonzo Perry, Monica
Ramirez, Abigail Ripplinger,
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6th grade: Tyler Alexander,
Matthew Beighley,Jared Benton
Hanna Conner, Carolina
Crawford, Audrey Davis,
Mackenzib Davison, Jaylon
Diston, Aaron Edwards, Erica
Faulkner, Dalton Flanders,
Taylor Gainey, Chamberlain
Gibson, Blake Harrell, Anthony
Hendrieth, Nathaniel Hobson,
Ashley Jeffrey, Sierra
Jones, Jonathan Kerschner,
Summer Lewis, John Michael
Manning, Brandy McCoy,
Dustin Mills, Estephannia
Morales, Julio Morales, Vance
Paladino, Ashton Palmer,
Kiana Paytee, Kaily Phillips,
Hunter Richards, Amelio
Rigano, Timmy Robinson,
Trevor Rogers, Timothy Rose,
Hannah Sanderson, Angela
Shope, Bob Tatum, Daniel
Tollefsrud, Khristen Truett,
Timber Underhill, Christopher
Waters, Eric White, Brooke


Williams,-Audyn Woodington,
Jake Worthington and Keyshawn
Young.
7th grade: Tiesha Archer,
Elizabeth Avila, Bobbie Grace
Barber, Amanda Blanton,
Lauren Britt, Melanie Bynum,
Eli Cabral, Shianne Cassels,
Deovuan Clemons, Brannon
Cooley, Keonte Cuyler-Angles,
Hunter Dang, Gavin Dukes,
Justin Dukes, Colton Elixson,
Jesus' Garcia, Madison Gibson,
Brianna Griffis, Carissa
Griffis, Dacota Hall, Zackary
Hardcastle, Alex Harris, Kunya
Hendrith, John Holt, Dalton
Hutchison, Michaila Kennedy,
Jenna Kilgore, Kayla Kirby,
Gavin Kite, Savannah Lear,
Carley Libby, Ciera Long,
Alyssa Mann, Tyree McDonald,
Amber Mock, Tita Munguia-
Velazquez, Samantha Norman,
Sara Owen, Morgan Page,
Alexandria Perez, Justin Pilcher,
Madison Rimes, Landon
Roberts, Steven Russell, Anna


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8'h grade: Allyson Ash,
Taylor Carroll, Bailianne
Crews, Madelynn Cruz,
Samantha Cruz, Kaitlyn Davis,
Joseph Dorsey, Shilah Eades,
Jasmine Farmer, Sierra Ferguson,
Macey Fulgham, Ja'kia Green,
Mariah Gririer, Andre Hampton,
Matthew Jobin, Phillip Joyner,
Clara Kearns, Kyle King, J.C.
Lovelace, Brittney Manning,
Zachery Page, Maggie Parrish,
Jacob Ricks, Falyn Rimes,
Achley Roberts, Holly Roberts,
Taylor Robinson, Alyssa Rose,
Bethany Rose, Ridge Smith,
Georgiana Spires, Madalina
Spires, Brandon Spurgeon,
Shynese Stoutamire, Noah
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Shalante Weeks, Ethan West,
Kayla Williams, Taz Worrell,
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teams recently had unprecedented'.
success at the St.' Augustine-
High School JROTC drill meet.-
Out of ten teams competing, the-:
-UCHS JROTC won more events.
"and brought-home more trophies-:
than any other team.
The UCHS teams won trophies:
for 1st place six times, one 2nd=
place and two 3rd places. "We
are very proud of our cadets. This
was a great preparation for the
upcoming state qualification drill
meet at Wolfson High School in
Jacksonville on Saturday, March
2," said UCHS ROTC Instructor--
Kevin Steverson.
Team Commanders include:
Special Teams Commander.
Paul Whitlow, Raider Team
Commander Adam Casto,
Unarmed Male Mix Chase:
Williams, Armed Male Mix
Joseph Chiominto, Female
Armed- Squad Brianne Will,
Female Unarmed Squad Jessica
Chtirch, Unarmed Male Mix
Platoon Kyrsten Johnson, Male
Mix Colorguard Jessica Hartley
and Female Colorguard Michaela
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(At Right) Next week Is National FBLA week.
Union County High School FBLA members are ready for
the planned events. (Back row, I-r) Macy Adams, Garrett
Norman, Kent Coburn, Samantha Jones, Amber Regar,
Aniston Crawford, Savannah Chastain and Adam Young.

(Middle row, I-r) Shelby Hopkins, Hunter Crawford,
Thomas Webb, Callie Worthington, Amanda Snyder and
Kamil Mazal.

(Front row, I-r) Molly Osteen and Shelby Wilkerson.


Shannon Chambers, Junior Friends of the Library
Sponsor Tennille Brannen and JFOL President James Next week is National FBLA
Brown invite teens and young adults to come and play ek.sho local pride, lnion
HALO 4 at the library this Saturday, Feb. 9. County High School's FBLA
County High School's FBLA


chapter \\ill be particiipatiig in
different activities throughout
the week. The goal is to get more
students involved, as well as the
community.
The Future Business Leaders
of America is an organization for
high school students preparing
for careers in business. It
teaches students leadership,
communication and team skills.
The idea of FBLA was developed
in' 1937 and put into action
in 1942 when the first FBLA


cnjpter \as lounded in \ irginia.
Today, there are 215,000 high
school FBLA chapters across
the United States. FBLA is
the largest and oldest business
student organization in the world.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 11,
the entire high school will be
asked to wear FBLA colors,
blue and gold, to show support.
Tuesday is set aside as business
leader appreciation day where
members will be sending letters
to local business leaders and


also recognizing schooll teachlier-
and siall \Wedne-.dal is Autism
a% Jreness da',. I he s.tae ser ice
project this-'. .e r is ,AiUii is
Speaks. A local repre~enitalic
\% ill be speaking I,-. the thyipier.
Thursdil i_ "'e I.-.\c FBLA."
daJ \\ Ih re ,tudeiiti re j'.ked to
\\ejr red to 'ho,'. their I,.,e t. ,r
FBIA Frids.\, nmerbers '.\ill be
se'r\ed brejkla'.t before .'ch:,.,I
The meimber-so,':fhe local FBLA
club have been working g hard
the past te%' m.rnnths preparing
for District competition.. The
program recognizeC anrd reaards
excellence in a A ide Variety
of business .and cjieer-rdelaed
events;. such as Job Inter.men,
Computer Applicanlon'.. Husi.ness
La\\ .and DEigitl Design. (n Feb.
7. FBLA iiembei s prticipied in
performance e\ cents to complete
their ccmpention requirements.
On Thursday, Feb. 28, they
will attend the district awards
ceremony. Top district winners
will be eligible to compete at the
State Leadership Conference in
April in Orlan'do.
The support of the community
is greatly appreciated as the
FBLA students prepare for their
future as business leaders. If
you would like to get involved,
contact the advisor, Krystal
Gunter at 386-496-4193.


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Grace
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Grace Christian Fellowship of
Worthington Springs will hold
service at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday,
Feb. 10. Everyone is invited to
.attend to hear a special message
titled "Setting your self free."


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Sardis Baptist Church of
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revival beginning Sunday, Feb.
10-13. Special guest includes
Evangelist Morris Anderson.
Sunday times are 8:30 a.m., 11
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sing featuring the Reflections,
one of North Florida's most
popular southern gospel groups
on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
Admission is free Freewill
offerings are welcomed.
Refreshments will follow after
the concert. For directions or
more information contact Dan
Williams at 352-275-7784. The
church is located at 1444 SE C.R.
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REGIONAL NEWS EDITARIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Individuals, businesses receive awards at annual chamber banquet


Brent Burish (right), the CEO of Shands Starke
Regional Medical Center, accepts the Large Business
of the Year award from North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce CEO Pam Whittle.


held during the meeting by
Murray Ford Superstore, which
presented a check for Bradford
High School in the amount of
$14,440. Representing Murray
Ford were Customer Relations
Manager Amy Luedke and
General Manager Amir Asadi.
The Bradford County


Education Foundation hosted
the social hour and silent
auction. The co-hosts of the
eveit were Scott Roberts of
Robert's Insurance and Jeff
Oody from Community State
Bank of Starke. Capital City
Bank sponsored the dessert
buffet. CenturyLink sponsored


Murray Ford Superstore presented a check to
Bradford High School in the amount of $14,440.
Pictured (I-r) are Shelley Rodgers of BHS, Murray Ford :
Customer Relations Manager Amy Luedke and Murray
Ford General Manager Amir Asadi.


the entertainment.
The Bradford County
Education Foundation sponsored
the live auction.


Western Steer owner Harry
Hatcher played the role of

See CHAMBER, 3B


Friends, competitors make 1 last

trip to state weightlifting meet
BY CLIFFSMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


They were the only real
competitors for the top spot
in the unlimited class at the
Section 4 state-qualifying girls'
weightlifting meet, and it could
very well be the same situation at
the state meet for Bradford High
School's Samantha Cook and
Keystone Heights Jr.-Sr. High
School's Morgan Boettcher.
If the two weren't seniors,
you could pretty much pencil in
another such showdown at next
year's state meet, for the two are
no strangers, having qualified
for state every year possible.
"To be going to state for the
fourth time is kind of exciting,"
Cook said.
See STATE, 8B


Bradford High's Samantha Cook (left) and Keystone
Heights High's Morgan Boettcher will battle it out
for a state title in the unlimited class. They have a
combined 10 state meet appearances and two titles.


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Finals as reported in the Jan. 31
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Monitor, but it was incorrectly
reported that this will be her
first-ever trip.
Tieken, who is a senior,
qualified as a sophomore in
2011. She earned her trip that
year by placing third at the state-
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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013


Mallory Rogers and Brett
Southwell

Rogers,
Southwell
to wed
B.B. and Loree Rogers of Lake
Butler announce the engagement
:of' their daughter, Mallory
:Rogers, to Brett Southwell, son
'of Craig and Sherry Southwell.
Mallory is currently enrolled
.at Santa Fe College, pursuing a
-degree in nuclear medicine. Brett
?is employed at New Millennium
-Steel Dynamics.
Their wedding dat9 is set
for March 2, 2013, at 3 p.m.
-at Harmony Free Will Baptist
-Church.
A reception will follow at the
-home of Dr. and Mrs. William J.
'Lennon.

Lake Butler
Social Club to
host dinner,
dance Sat.-
SThe Lake Butler Social
{Club will have a dinner-dance
-Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Lake
-Butler Elementary School
.cafeteria. A potluck dinner will
:be served at 7 p.m. Music will
.start at 8 p.m.
SAdmission is $7 for members
*and $8,for guests. -
For more information. call
.-352-258-2803.



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S -C. Kelly, son of April Boyles
:of Keystone Heights and Alan
'Kelly of Macclenny, earned the
title of United States Marine after
'graduating from recruit training
;at the Marine Corps Recruit
:Depot in Parris Island, S.C.
For 13 weeks, Kelly stayed
committed during some of the
:world's most demanding entry-
:evel military training in order
ito be transformed.from civilian
:to Marine instilled with pride,
discipline and the core values of
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'raining subjects included
-:close-order drill, marksmanship
?,with an M-16A4 rifle, physical
fitness, martial arts, swimming,
-military history, customs and
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The Are of Bradford County
hosted a meatloaf cookoff on
Jan. 26 at the Bradford-Union
Technical Center, raising $432
for the Aktion Club, a Kiwanis
Club of Sparke-sponsored club.
for adults with disabilities.
The event, which is planned
as an annual fundraiser, was held
at the technical center's culinary
arts caf6, the Copper Cauldron.
Technical center teachers
Susan Smith-the culinary arts
chef-and ,Monica Clements
judged 12 entries submitted by
15 participants. Entries were
judged on taste and appearance/
creativity.
Steve Denmark was awarded
first place for taste, while Steve
Dara received first for creativity/


appearance for his "meatlaf
express,"which was designed.to
look like a train.
Portions of the meatloaf
entries were sold along with side
dishes.
Proceeds from the event will
help Aktion Club members
attend a state convention;:.in
Orlando in August.
Arc of Bradford employees
and Aktion Club members
express their thanks to all -.e
participants and those vho
showed up to cheer them on,
Clements and Smith for judging,
and the culinary arts students,
who peeled approximately 100
pounds of potatoes and assisted
in making side dishes.


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THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION '3B


Oliver Griffin
makes a
baseline-move.
Williston coach
Arnett Hall said
he focused his
defense on stop-
ping Griffin.


BMS boys lose title game,
finish season at 12-2


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

Bradford Middle School
missed two free throws with
.11.9 seconds left in the game,
ilhen missed a follow-up jumper
Atliat would have tied the contest,
allowing Williston to claim
the Suwannee Middle School
Athletic Conference boys
basketball championship, Jan. 31
in Starke, 37-33.
The Hurricanes .used a full-
court press to force Williston
turnovers, giving Bradford a
16-8 lead after the first quarter.
However, in the second
*period, Williston found its own
defense, limiting Bradford to
five second-quarter. points and


closing the Hurricane lead to 21-
20 at halftime.
Bradford coach Mike
McMillian said his squad
let down its guard before
intermission.
"In the second quarter we got
complacent," he said. "We got
relaxed instead of keeping up the
pressure. That allowed them to
make a run, and from then on we
, were fighting it out."
"They came out really hot,"
said Williston coach Arnett Hall
of the Bradford cagers. "We got
into a little hole, but my guys
were able to come back."
Arnett said his second-quarter
rally resulted from a defense that
See BMS, 10B


SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Host Crescent City scored the
first 'five goals of the match en
-Pute to handing the Keystone
Lights boys' soccer team a 5-1
joss in the quarterfinals of the
CJass 2A regional playoffs on
i-Jan. 30.
-Crescent. City (18-6-1) ~vbuld
_go on to lose 3-1 to Pierson
'Taylor in a Feb. 2 semifinal
match, while Keystone ended its
Season with an 18-5-2 record.
.The Raiders went up 2-0 in
Athe first five minutes of tlhe.
Snatch. Cresieit "City goalie
iJohnny Lopez :naile"-save on a
breakaway shot on goal by Zac
HoIman to preserve a 2-0 lead at
te half.
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Crescent City scored in the
431r minute, then added two
goals in the 76th and 771 minutes
before Holman put the Indians
on the board with a penalty kick
in the final two minutes..
Keystone head coach Trevor
Waters is optimistic about next
season. This year, the Indians
recorded a program-best in wins
(18), goals scored (111) and
goals alloved (25), while tying
the program best in shutouts
(11).
A team that went 10-1-1 in
District 5-2A will return 17
players-15 of whom have
starting experience. Next year's
team will feature seven seniors
who will have three to four years
of varsity experience.


The J.E. Tomlinson
Business Person of the
Year was awarded to Jeff
Ooody.

CHAMBER
Continued from 18
auctioneer. He kept the crowd
entertained while auctioning off
items to raise funds for Bradford
County schools.
Afterward, awards were
presented to several individuals
by 2012 North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce Board
Chairman Jimmie Scott and
chamber CEO Pam Whittle. The
Eugene L. Matthews Citizen of
the Year award was presented to
Eddie Brown.
The Pat Farnsworth
Workforce Award was presented
to Brandi Noegel.
The NFRCC Volunteer -of
the Year award went to Tommy
Tomlinson.
Butler Seafood House
and Grill received the Small
Business of the Year, award.
Co-owners Barbara Busone and
Chef Liz Hyland accepted the
award.
Shands Starke Regional
Medical Center CEO Brent
Burish accepted the Large
Business of the Year award on
behalf of Shands Starke.
The J.E. Tomlinson Business
Person of the Year was awarded
to Oody.


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The Pat Farnsworth Workforce Award was presented to Brandi Noegel. Pictured
(I-r) are Chad Farnsworth, Scott Roberts, Pam Whittle, Noegel and 2012 NFRCC
Chairman of the Board Jimmie L. Scott,


Jennie Reed of Community
State Bank of Lake Butler was
named the 2013 chamber board
chairwoman.
The 2013 board of governors
include Chair Elect Steve
Futch, Treasurer Cyndi Wilish,
Dean Weaver, Paula Register,
Jeff Oody, Amber Roberts-
Crawford, Kia Paige, Rhonda
Hamilton, Tommy Tomlinson,
Dale Murray, Doug Reddish,
Lila Sellars and Reed.
New members include the
Bradford County Historic
Preservation Society,
CenturyLink, Den & Ken's
Indoor and Outdoor Flea
Market, Dickey's Barbecue
Pit, Goody's, Institute for
Workforce Innovation IWI,
Jewels and Threads, Mary
Kay Cosmetics independent
consultant Sarah Manning, NET
Computers, the North Florida
Regional' Planning Council,
North Florida Coffee News, the
Partnership for Strong Families,
Red Carpet Inn, the Shoppes
at Thomson Street, Taylor &
Taylor PA and Tupperware.
Celebrating five years of
membership: the city of Lake
Butler, IHOP, Murray Ford
Superstore, Santa Fe College
Foundation Inc., Starke
Chiropractic Inc. and Vystar.
Celebrating 10 years
of membership: Beck
Chevrolet of Starke,


Madison Street Pharmacy,
Norton Telecommunications
Enterprises Inc., Shady Oak
Nursery and Butterfly Farm,
and the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
Celebrating 15 years of
membership: Budget Inn,
Bradford Executive Center,


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Robert's Insurance of Keystone
Heights Inc.
Departing board members
included Dr. Virgil Berry,
Darrell O'Neal, Rusty Greek
and 2012 Chairman Jimmie
Scott.


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4B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, FEB. 7, 2013


editor@ bctelegraph.com

Fence issue
moving down
'ridiculous
path'
Dear editor:
We are just beginning to see
a large can of worms being
opened that will end up costing
the city taxpayers and everyone
else.individually lots of money.
The fence fiasco that is taking
place is ludicrous. Because one
person asked for a variance.
to the fence ordinance, the
ensuing -uproar' over his fence
has now snowballed into nearly
every fence in town requiring a
variance.
The current ordinance,
Section 118, (C)(3), states: "No
permanent wall or fence shall
exceed 4 feet in height within
or along a boundary of the yard
(front or any other) extending.
from the building line to the
street or road right of way, unless
specifically approved by L.PA."
Then, Section 118 (C)(4) states:
"No fence shall be located closer
than 2 feet to a right-of-way
line."
From the above ordinance
'you can see a conflict in that the
first ordinance states running the
fence to the right-of-way line
and the second ordinance states
no closer than 2 feet of the right-
of-way line. This represents an
ambiguity.
Also, we have situations
where lots are 50 feet wide and
city rights-of-way are 60 feet
to 80 feet wide. If we give up 2
feet of bur lots, we now have 48
feet useable to give the city 84
feet of right. of way. This is an
unfair, burdensome confiscation
without compensation. It also is
totally unnecessary and benefits
no one.
The. point of a lot line or
right-of-way line is to define
ownership. It. is wrong for the
city to make me give upl land for
nothing when it doesn'tneed it
for any purpose. Any fence that'
exists right now will be subject
to this variance, but in the future,
if you want to re-build that fence,
it will be required to move back
2 feet from your lot line. This
could cause a compound problem
of trees and shrub removal and
more expense and potential
violations of the tree ordinance.
I will venture to say that
99 percent of fence in this city
will be at least in violation of
ordinance (C)(4), if not both.
My fence was built in 1985 by
Manning Fence Company with
an approved building permit
issued by the city. Now they say
I am in violation.
The point of an ordinance is for
Sthe ordinary situation. A variance
is.for special cases to vary that
ordinary situation. If every
fence in town is in violation and
requires a variance, then that
becomes the ordinary.
,. All that is required is for
our elected officials to stop
this ridiculous path we are on
and just modify the current
ordinance to be in conformity
with other communities around
us. In researching this, I pulled
up the city of Jacksonville, the


Orlando V. Rendon, MD, FAAP
Zenaida L. Lavina, MD, FAAP
Josephine B. Yatco, MD, FAAP


city of Oainesville and Flagler
Beach ordinances. None of
those require giving up 2 feet of
your lot for additional. right of
way. They also clearly point out
height requirements for front and
back yards. We need to adopt a
position similar tor theirs and
make this easier for all of the
citizens of Keystone Heights.
If you have a fence andyou do
not have the blue variance sign
posted on your property; don't
think you are exempt. Our city
has decided to only take 40 cases
at a time, so this process will go
on for a long time to come, -
Believe me, your fence will be
getting the violation sign shortly.
Roger Mullins

Do we get what
we pay for?

Dear editor:
On Jan. 22, 1048 hours, a call
for service was.received on the
Dedan Loop/Southwest C.R. 231
that her house was smoking and
couldn't see flames. Things went
downhill from there.
Brooker VFD was dispatched,
but because they are volunteer,
they have day jobs and could
not respond. New River VFD
and Sampson City were also
dispatched along with an
ambulance.
The county fire chief/
coordinator/emergency
management director was en
route also and called specifically
for Station 4, Heilbronn Springs
VFD, to respond at 1100 hours.
So let's see here. You have
several choices to make as to
which fire department can get
there quickly, and you choose
one that is 22 miles away?
lacrosse Fire Dept. 2, paid
members during the day, fully
certified,9miles away, 10-minute
drive time doing the speed limit.
Hampton VFD, 11 miles. Lake
Butler VFD, 13 miles. Alachua
County Fire Rescue, paid on-
duty crew, 15 miles. Theressa
VFD, with a brand spanking new
$365,000 fire truck, was never
called, 16 miles. None of these
departments were called.
But instead, a request was
made for a VFD 22 MILES
AWAY! That\is led by an
assistant chief who, is NOT
EVEN a certified firefighter????
This is fact according to the state
database. Really? C'mon.
Even worse, they had to drive
through the city of Starke, which
has a four-man on-duty crew that
can be on the road in'90 seconds.
It's clear as a bell to those
who pay attention. Favoritism,
cronyism, whatever you want to
call it. Is this what our tax dollars
go towards?
There is no excuse for this
incompetence, and one ddy it
will cost somebody their life. It's
already costing us property. Their
excuses should be numerous, but
they won't be good.
He who is good at making
excuses ain't much good for
anything else!
Paul McDavid
Concerned Bradford County
taxpayer


OThe Bradford
girls' basketball
team poses'with
i .\,. the District 5-4A
championship
trophy. Pictured
I. T are: (front,'
I-r) Keshanna
Ardley, Meghan
Woods, Tianna
Sheffield,
Mackenzie
.Gault, Nyasia
Davis, (back,
I-r) Victoria Hill,
S-"Tracey Kemp,
Wilisha Griner,
Quanisha Allen,
r" Tgquandra
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Danique
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BHS girls ride late 'run to district title


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Wilisha Griner scored nine
of her 17 points during a 16-1
run to close out the game as the
Bradford girls' basketball team
defeated visiting Fort White 60-
47 to claim the District 5-4A
championship-the team's first
district title in five years.
The win capped an undefeated
season in the district for the
Tornadoes, who will now
host Mount Dora in a regional
quarterfinal game Thursday,
Feb. 7, at 7 p.m.
"I think the key was basically
just getting out here, playing
hard and playing great defense,"
Bradford head coach Danielle
Smith said. "Of course, when
you play great defense, you'll


win ball games."
That defense helped Bradford
overcome a shaky start-4-
of-14 from the field in the first
quarter-and take a 31-23 lead
at the half.'
Fori White, though, cut into
the lead and eventually overtook
the Tornadoes, with Tasha
Robinson's drive to the basket
giving the Indians a 46-44 lead
in the fourth quarter.
Bradford's Quanisha Allen
answered with a 3-pointer at the
4:08 mark.
"That 3-pointer brought
the team up," Allen said.
"Everybody got hyped. We
knew we had the game then."
Allen came up with a steal
following the shot and was
fouled. She made one free
throw to put Bradford up 48-46.


BHS earned title game spot

by defeating Keystone


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Tracey Kemp scored 19 of
her game-high 23 points in the
second half as the Bradford girls
basketball team ,'pulled away
from Keystone Heights for a 61-
42 win in the semifinals of the
District 5-4A tournament on
Jan. 31 in Starke.
Bradford led by four at the
half, but held the Indians (10-
15) to four points in the third
quarter, while getting 12 points
from Kemp. The Tornadoes
took a 40-20 lead into the fourth
quarter,
Wilisha Griner, who had
14 points, hit a 3-pointer for
Bradford to open the game. A
transition basket by Mackenzie
Gault put Bradford up 5-0,
while her steal led to a layup by
Kent for a 7-2 lead. Gault, who
had eight points, added another
basket before Quadiisha Allen
made a 3-pointer, putting the


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Tornadoes up 12-2.
Caiylen Gonzales, who led
Keystone with 17 points, had
three baskets late in the first
quarter to help the Indians pull to
within 14-8. Baskets by Hannah
Hamilton and Holly Strassberger
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Griner then scored seven straight
points-including field goals
off. of two assists from Tracey
Kemp and one from Tiana
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Lady Tigers
take 2nd
in district,
advance to
regionals

The Union County girls'
basketball team is heading to
the regional playoffs for the first
time in four years and will travel
to play the Villages in a Class IA
semifinal game on Tuesday, Feb-
12, at 7 p.m.
To earn the right to advance,
the Tigers defeated Baldwin 43-
36 in the Feb. 1 semifinals of
the District 7-1A tournament in
Chiefland. Union was the third
seed, while Baldwin was seeded
second.
Top seed Newberry, which
was the Class 1A runner-up last
year, defeated the Tigers on Feb.
2 for the district title.
If Union defeats the Villages,
it would either host Crescent
City or travel to play Newberry
for the Region 4 championship
on Saturday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m.
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SPIRE


f Fins, Fur & Tails 1
__By Mickey Agner '


Fishing
report, Florida
Challenge and
John Whitfield
''Our next new moon is on
Sunday, Feb. 10, so theoretically
speaking, the fish feeding
bjivity should increase until it
'eaks on that date.
''Gary Simpson has been
pijauding the speckled trout
action on the west coast for the.
last two weeks. Joey Tyson of
Bald Eagle Bait and Tackle in
k~ystone Heights indicates that
capie from Newnan's and
Santa Fe lakes are in shallow
water and. with roe. Cody
'Duglas of Lake Butler says the
as action on Sampson has been
& tty, but he hears some people
ilVe been catching specks from
the'docks on Lake Butler.
'`h what has been a :good
season so far for crappie, those
.i'tn'Kingsley Lake have not yet
io'ved into the underwater grass
line where they are typically
,caught during the winter. Bear
i'-iind that these reports were
coJlected on Feb. 1.
SAny outdoorsman: interested
in wing shooting should note
thl .the Florida Challenge
vi l be held at the Bradford
portsmen's Farm 'starting on
Thursday, Feb. 28. We will
present more information on this
bext week, but you might want
facheck their web site at www.
110shootingsports.com.
9 0n Thursday, Feb. 21, Lamar
Witliams will be making a
presentation at the Starke Golf
adl Country Clfb on how to
effectively call turkeys. The
bfsentation will start at 7 p.m.
Ohd last until 9:00 p.ni. Bible
ntudy will be included in the
fneeting as well. Crosshorn
Ministries Inc. and John
Whitfield will sponsor 'the
Ssentation and study,
[ The Feb. 21 presentation/
* Study is not the only one qf its-
rcid. Whitfield and his ministry
arrange a similar presentation
and study each month for 10
months out of the year. Other
previous ,presentations have
included Capt. Jimmy Keith
on fishing, Ricky Smith on
jigger poling, Tony Breedlove
of Melrose on taxidermy, Eric
Wall on NRA certification for a
gun carrying permit and Wayne
Wall, a deer expert.
These presentations are very
interesting and informative, but
then their organizer, Whitfield,
is as well. Whitfield lives on
Hampton Lake with his wife,
Teresa, and youngest daughter,
Jesse, His other five children
Rend, Jennifer, Johnny III,
Josh and Caleb are grown and
pursuing their own home lives.-
Whitfield has worked as a
teacher, a school administrator
and has written this column as
well in previous years.
His greatest passion, however,
ha0 alIways been his love for an
Outdoor life style and his faith.


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Tebow that emphasized the need
to have a platform frorn which to
share your faith, Whitfield used
his originality and combined the
outdoor interests and Bible study
and made both the foundation
of his Crosshorn Ministeries'
presentations:
In addition to his ministry
work, Whitfield pursues work
as a nuisance animal remover
these days. He especially targets
a lot.of coyotes. They are a
"formidable adversary," he said.
"Very intelligent." Whitfield
has been called upon to remove
coyotes from farms, horse
farms, and suburban areas. He
expressly recalls a horse farm
where coyotes killed a colt and
many suburban areas where
they were killing cats. They
also create a lot of trouble with
garbage that is left outside.
Whitfeld is an active member
and currently serves on the
board of directors for the Florida
Trapper's Association. He
has also served previously as
president of the organization.
Likewise, he is licensed to trap
nuisance animals in both Florida
and Georgia. He has been called
upon to trap beavers, raccoons,
opossums, squirrels and other
wild creatures. However, he is
principally proud of his record
of success with coyotes. While


he does not have a perfect record
with them, no one does. They
are very difficult to control.
Whitfield is most certainly
available for nuisance animal
removal in the Bradford, Union
and Clay County areas, as well
as others.
Remember the following
dates for your outdoors calendar:
Feb. 10, new moon;
Feb. 16, Florida Bass
Network tournament, Winter.
Classic, (location and time
TBA);
Feb. 21, Crosshor
Ministries monthly meeting
at the Starke Golf and
Country Club, featuring Lamar
Williams for turkey hunting/
calls;
Feb. 23, Bradford
Bassmasters Open Tournament
at Rodman (no club fees);
Feb. 25, full moon;
Feb. 28-March 3, 2013
Florida Challenge at Bradford
Sportsmen's Farm.
...tight lines and safe hunting
until next week.
If you have a story, idea or
photo to share, please contact
Mickey Agner via e-mail at
mka@miaputdoors.comn, or
by phone at 904-964-1488.
Photos may also be submitted in
person at the Bradford County.
Telegraph, Union County Times
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'Alice Allen
SLAKE BUTLER-Alice Haslep
Allen, 93, of Lake Butler died Tues-
day, Jan. 29, 2013, at Still Waters
:West in Lake City.
Alice was born in England in
the county of Bury and lived most
of her adult life in the panhandle of
Florida. She was preceded in death
by: her husband, T.C. Allen.
She is survived by: daughter,
'Christine (Fred) Stanley of Lake
,Butler; sons Terry Alien of.Milton,
:Larry Allen of South Port and Dale
,Allen of Bonifay; eight grandchil-
dren and six great-grandchildren.
,, Funeral services were held Feb.
Sat Archer Memorial Chapel with
Pastor Jason Johns officiating. Buri-
al was held at Dekle Cemetery. /
Archer Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangements.

Deborah
Etheridge
LAKE BUTLER-Deborah
\ Lynn "Debbie" Klemons Etheridge,
57, of Lake Butler died Monday,
Feb. 4, 2013, at her residence after
a sudden illness.
SShe was born in Gainesville. She*
*was a longtime resident of Lake
Butler. She was'a secretary special-
ist for the Florida Department of
Corrections. She was of the Baptist
faith. She was the daughter of the
Slate Amos and 9ladys Beckham KI-
emons.
She is survived by: her husband,
SStephen L. Etheridge of Lake But-
ler; daughters Amanda (Brough).
Alien of Intertachenr, Jessica (Joe)
SSantos of Keystone Heights, Jamie
(Matt) Tomlinson and Julie Ethet-
Sige, all of Lake Butler; sisters
Joyce Johnson of Interlachen and
Fritz Davis of Waldo; brother Dan
SFord of Newport, Tenn.; and six
grandchildren.
; Funeral services will be held Fri-
< ay, Feb. 8, at 2 p.m. at First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler with Pastor
Jasdn Johns officiating. Burial will
S'llow at Mt. Zion Cemetery near
I ake Butler.
SThe family will receive friends
at Archer Funeral Home Thursday,
Feb. 7, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
A Archer Funeral Home of.Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.






Everyone for their
kindness during this
difficult time. From the
Sharing of memories,
cards, prayers,flowers,
food, hugs and so much
more, we will be forever
grateful for the
i expressions of support.
; A very special thank you
Sto the physicians and
SSICU staff at the VA -
I: Gainesville, Archie
STanner Funeral Home,
Z Rev. Michael Moore,
g First United Methodist
i Church, First United
: Methodist Women for the
: wonderful lunch; Billy
S.McRae and Charlene
SFrancis for the beautiful
music and the Starke PD,
Lawtey PD and BCSO.
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Gary Allen Sams; and six sisters.
She is survived by: daughters
Brenda Palmer of Winchester, Va.,
Missy Diane Werts of Middleburg
and DeeDee Joan Hart and Chris-
tina Jean Brannen of Starke; seven
grandchildren; and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sun-
day, Jan. 20, 2013, in the chapelpof
Archer Funeral Home with Rev.
Roger Worten officiating.
Archer Funeral was in charge of
the arrangements.


Carolyn Glasgow

Carolyn Glasgow
BLACK-MOUNTAIN-Carolyn
Gertrude Tenney Signore Glasgow,
61, of Black Mountain, N.C., passed
into eternal life with Jesus on Thurs-
day, Jan. 31,2013.
She was born and raised in Cas-
co, Maine, and moved with her
family to Gainesville in 1966. After
raising her own family in Keystone
Heights, she moved to North Caro-
lina in 2002. She returned to Key-
stone Heights in 2011 after retiring
to be near family and friends.
Carolyn enjoyed hiking, reading
and spending time with her family.
She had a passion for finding the
balance in life, enjoying the jour-
ney, finding the good in alland de-
lighting in the beauty of nature. She
will be remembered by her family
and many friends as a compassion-
ate, gentle, loving spirit. A woman
of virtue, she strived to live a life
that was pleasing to the Lord. Mem-
ories of her respect for others and
integrity of character will remain an
inspiration to all who knew her. She
will forever be missed.
She is predeceased by: daughter
Elizabeth Signore Cox; former hus-
band, Kendall R. Signore; and hus-
band, Edward K. Glasgow.
She is survived by: daughter and
son-in-law Iva and Clay Raebel of
Asheville, N.C., daughter and son-
in-law Angela Signore and Kyle
O'Brien of West Palm Beach, and
daughter and son-in-law Megan
and Niles Taylor of Mebane, N.C.;
grandsons BJ. Cox, Preston, Con-
nor and Logan Raebel; granddaugh-
ters Brittney and Crystal Taylor;
parents, Franklin and Gertie Tenney
of Gainesville; mother and father-
in-law, Alfred and Norma Signore;
father-in-lawN. Richard Karr, and
mother-in-law, Sarah Glasgow; sis-
ters Rhonda Crawford of St. Aigus-
tne and Paula McLamb of Largo;
brother, Colin Tenney of Gaines-
ville; and many nieces and nephews.
A memorial service to celebrate
her life will be held Saturday, Feb.
:9,: 2013, at 2 p.m. at .Community
Church of Keystone Heights. Cheer-
ful and colorful attire is encouraged.
A reception following the service
will be held at the family home until
5 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, Carolyn has
requested donations.be made to a
scholarship fund for young girls to
attend summer camp at Camp Cedar
Cliff in Asheville, N.C. Donations
may-be made to Camp Cedar Cliff,
c/o Carolyn Glasgow Scholarship
Fund, P.O. Box 9036, Asheville,
NC 28815, or by phone at 828-450-
3331.
Arrangements are by Jones-Gal-
lagher Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights. Online condolences may
be left at www.jonesgallagherfh.
com.
PAIl OBITUARY

Imogene Hart
STARKE-Imogene "Jean"
Hart, 82, died at the home of her
daughter in Middleburg on Tphurs-
day, Jan. 17, 2013.
-She was born in Strasburg; Va.,
and lived in Lake Butler several
years before moving to Starke. She
was a homemaker and.member of
Bible Baptist Church in Starke.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Grady Hart; a son,


Betty Hazen

Betty Hazen
STARKE-Betty Norman Ha-
zen, 71, died on Monday, Jan. 28,
2013,at Select Specialty Hospital in
Gainesville.
Betty was born on March 17,
1941, in Lawtey to Othma J. Nor-
man and Evelyn E. Johns Norman.
She was a homemaker and of the
Baptist faith.
She is preceded in death by: her
parents, OJ. "Ossie" and Evelyn
Norman; an infant brother, Gary;
and one infant granddaughter, Sarah
Hazen Rewak.
SShe is survived by: her husband,
Harley "Johnny" Hazen of Starke;
daughters Julie (Brian) Baldwin of
Starke and Vickie (Clay) Watson of
Trenton; brothers Gene (Jean) Nor-
man and Ronnie (Corkie) Norman,
all of Lawtey; six grandchildren;
and 11 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held on
Feb. 1 at Dyal Cemetery in Raiford
with Chaplain Jason Crawford of-
ficiating.
Arrangements are under the care
of Watson Funeral Home of Trenton
and Jones Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.
For online condolencesor to sign
the guest book, visit www.watson-
fhtrenton.com.


Clay Hill to the late Richard Lang
and Grace Padgett-Lang. Clarence
was a member of Clay Hill Baptist
Church and in his spare time en-
joyed fishing and gardening. Clar-
ence was preceded in death by: his
brothers, Walter, Charles, David,
Gene, Bill, Oscar and R.D. Lang.
Clarence is survived by: his lov-
ing wife of 40 years, Marilyn Lang
of Clay Hill; his daughters Jennifer
Lang of Middleburg and Margo
Lang of Clay Hill; his brothers
Earl Lang,,Jimmy Bud Lang and
Tommy Lang, all of Clay Hill; his
sister, Nellie (Al) Brooker of Green
Cove Springs; and his nephew, Fred
(Tracey) Lang, and was Poppy to
their children, Kobe and Kya. Clar-
ence is also survived by his loyal
K-9 companions Luke and Paisley.
Funeral services were held, on
Feb. 5 at Clay Hill Baptist Church
with Pastor Rick Crews officiating.
Interment followed at Long Branch
Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAIDOBITUARY


Charles Nabywaniec

Charles

Nabywan iec
STARKE-Charles "Charlie"
Nabywaniec, 65, of Starke died on
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, in Gaines-
ville at North Florida Regional Hos-
pital after a brief illness.
He was preceded in death by: his
parents, Maxine and Gordon Thom-
son.
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, was a
dispatcher for the Florida Highway
Patrol for 11 years and retired from
the Kmart Coipbration'as a district
manager and lost prevention man-
ager after 38 years.
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


Clarence Lang.

Clarence Lang
CLAY HILL-Clarence Johnny
Lang, 71, of Clay Hill passed away
Thursday, Jan. 31,2013, at his resi-
dence with family by his side.
He was born on July 24, 1941, in





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Those who wish, in lieu of flowers,
may make a donation in Charlie's
memory to the American Diabetes
Association or the American Can-
cer Society.

Robert Perry
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Rob-
ert "Bob" James Perry Sr., 82, of
Keystone Heights died at the Mc-
Graw Center for Caring Tuesday
Jan.29,2013.
He was born in Boonville, Mo.,
on June 15, 1930, to the late Ed-
ward John and Elizabeth (Reyn-
olds) Perry. In 1986, he moved from
Jacksonville to Keystone Heights,
retiring from, Cain & Bultman. He
then worked briefly for Winkler
Electronics in Starke. Mr. Perry was
also a member of the St. William
Catholic Church.
He was preceded in death by: his
wife, Josephine; and siblings Ray-
mond, Paul, Esther, Urban, Charles,
Lorraine, Genevieve and Stanley,
He is survived by: children Rob-
ert (Monica) James Jr. of Jackson-
ville, Jacqueline (Tom) Ann of
Pembroke Pines, Frank Xavier of
Warner-Robbins, Ga., Christopher
(Patsy) Mark of Southwest Ranch-
es and Michael (Sara) Edward of
Jacksonville; 12 grandchildren; and
brother, Joseph, of Bradenton.
A funeral mass was held at St.
William Catholic Church on Feb. 2
with Father Mike Williams presid-
ing. Burial followed at Keystone
Heights Cemetery.
The family requests that in lieu
of flowers that donations be made
in Robert Perry's name to the St.
Vincent de Paul Society at 2403
Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville, FL
32207 (904-398-1917) or Maryk-
noll (Catholic church in the U.S.
Overseas Mission) at www.maryk-
nollsociety.org.
Arrahgements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Earsell Redman
LAKE BUTLER-Earsell
"Granny" Redman, 93, of Lake
Butler died Thursday, Jan. 31,2013,


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Gainesville.
She was born in Providence and
lived all her life in Lake Butler. She
was a homemaker and a member of
Hopewell (AME) Baptist Church in
Providence.
She was preceded in death by: her
husband, Henry "Buck" Redman;
daughter, Irene Elizabeth Redman;
and grandson, Sean Eric Edwards.
She is survived by: son, Don-
ald Lee Walker; stepson, Wayne
(Dot) Green; stepdaughters Jean-
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Lala Redman and Lola Lacey; sis-
ter, Hazel Lenore Warren; brother,
Willie James Warren; sister-in-law,
Johelen Walker of Leesburg; five
grandchildren; and four great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Feb. 9, at 2 p.m. at Ar-
cher Memorial Chapel with Pastor
Murray officiating. Visitation will
begin at 1 p.m. Burial will be at a
later date.
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CRIME


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
,in Bradford, Union 'or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Jason Armstrong, 37, of
.Keystone Heights was arrested
Feb. 2 by Clay deputies for
battery.
Brandon Michael Atkins, 19,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 2 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
He -was released Feb. 3.
Heidemarie Alderman, 57, of
Lake City was arrested Jan. 29
by Starke police for DUI. Bond
was set at $3,000 and she was
released Jan. 30.
William Clyde Boynton, 51,
of Lake Geneva was arrested
Jan. 30 by Bradford deputies
for driving with an expired,
revoked or suspended license,
possession of drug equipment
and possession of marijuana.
Bond was set at $2,500 and he
was released Jan. 31.
Christian Lee Burns, 40, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 30 for.
battery. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released Jan. 30.
Bruce Alan Carter, 46, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb. 1
by Starke police for possession
of cocaine. Bond was set at
$50,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
John J. Danella, 51, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 2 by
Starke police for disorderly
intoxication. He was. released
Feb. 3.
Andre Bernard common, 37,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 4 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. He remained in
jail at press time.
Betty R. DuPree; 47, of
Hampton was arrested Feb.. 2
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked
.or expired license. She was
released Feb. 3.
David Frazier, 25, of Starke
was, arrested Feb.4 by Clay
deputies for resisting an officer
without violence and aggravated
assault with a deadly Weapon.
Kristian Fredenburg, 35, of
Keystone Heights was1 arrested
Feb. 4 by Clay deputies for false
imprisonment and aggravated
assault with a deadly weapon.
Dexter Lenard George, 34,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 3
by Starke police for resisting
an officer, contempt of court
assault. Bond was set at $56,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Jeneka.Breanne Greene, 23,
.of Stairke was arrested Jan. 30
by Starke police for driving with
. a suspended, revoked or ex ired
license. Bond'was set at $500
and she was released Jan. 30.
Paul Haige, 35 of Keystone
Heights was arrested Feb. 2 by
Clay deputies for DUI.
Angela Clearisse Heathco,44,
of Middleburg was arrested Feb.
1 by Starke police for possession


of drug equipment, destroying
evidence, possession of drugs
and possessioirof cocaine. Bond
was set at $70,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Adam George Hill, 49, of
Brooker was arrested Feb.
I by Bradford deputies for
shoplifting. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Feb 1.
Miles Hudson, 23, of Melrose
was arrested Jan. 31 by Clay
deputies for petit theft.
Aquiles L. Jackson, 18; of
Starke was arrested Jan. 31 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Fetb
1.
Gary Levon Jackson, 42,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 30
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Jan. 30.
Linda Hudnall Johns; 46, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 1 by
Starke police for possession
of cocaine. Bond was set at
$20,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Floyd Maurice Kerse, 28, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 30 by
Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released Jan. 31.
Sarah Francis Massey, 24, of
Melrose was arrested Feb. 4 by
.Bradford deputies for a probation
violation. She remained in jail at
press time.
Nicholas Lyn Miller, 33, of
Lake Butler was arrested Feb. 3
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500'and he was released Feb. 3.
Laura Beth Moore, 26, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 3 by
-Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and she was released Feb. 4.
Michael Moore, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 29 by Clay deputies for
giving false information to a
pawn deal.
Leslie Marie Myers, 33, of
Starke was arrested Feb. 4 by
Starke police for child neglect.
Bond was set at $5,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
SJohn Cecil Paget, 42, of
Starke was arrested Jan. 31
by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. He was
released Jan. 31.
Ricky Lee Padgett, 51, of
Middleburg was arrested Feb.1.


by Starke police for possession
of cocaine. Bond was set at
$40,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Alexander Marco Palazzi,
21, of Starke was arrested
Feb. 1 by Bradford deputies
for a probation violation. He
remained jail at press time.
Gregory Parker,'48, of West
Palm Beach was arrested Feb.
1 by Bradford deputies for
smuggling contraband into: a
prison. Bond was set at $10,000
and he remained in jail at press
time.
Timothy Warren Potts, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested Jan. 29 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released Jan. 29.
Clint Lee Reed, 41, of Starke
was arrested Feb. 4 by Bradford
deputies for selling cocaine and.,
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $50,000 and he was
released Feb 5.
Raymond Leo Riley, 35,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Feb. 4 by Starke, police for
possession of drug, equipment
and possession of marijuana.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released Feb. 4.
Crystal Michelle Robbins, 38,
of Starke was arrested Jan. 31
by Bradford deputies for larceny
and burglary. Bond was set at
$50,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Michael Wayne Roberts, 28,
of Starke was arrested Feb. 3
by Starke police for vehicle
theft, resisting an officer, fleeing
and eluding, driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license and DUI.Bond was set
at $50,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Matthew Edward Ryle, 36,
of Asheville, N.C., was arrested
Feb. I by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana. He was
released Feb. 2.
Clifford Steven Sanders, 52,
of Lawtey was arrested Feb. 2
by Lawtey police for driving
with a suspended, revoked for
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Feb. 3.
Thomas Wayne Shaw, 34, of
Live Oak was arrested Feb. 2 by
Bradford deputies fora probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Omar Joselito Staley, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb. 2
by Starke police for possession
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.It's easy for Samantha Cook to smile, no matter what she's doing. A second straight
state championship would have her smiling even more.


STATE
Continued from 1B

,Even more impressive is.
the fact that because of the
combined junior-senior high
students at KAHS, Boettcher
h~s, gone every year since she
w.s a seventh-grader.
"I think it's pretty cool,
ahd I'm glad that I've had the
chance to go down there so
r~lny times because each year I
went, I learned something new,"
said Boettcher, who won a state
championship as a freshman and
placed third in the unlimited
class last year.
SBoettcher'. and Cook
will compete at this year's
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals, which will
be held Saturday, Feb. 9, in
Kissimmee. (Also competing
will be Bradford lifters Luciera
Hamm and Haley Tieken, and
Union County High School
lifters Jessica Brown and Marcia
Fletcher.) Combined, that's 10
years of state qualifications, two
state titles, one state runner-up
finish and five state medals.
Two more medals and a state
championship for one of the
lifters is almost a certainty this
year. Cook and Boettcher enter
the state meet with Section 4
totals of 465 arid 440 pounds,
respectively. The next best total
compiled at a state-qualifying
hteet was 385 pounds yby
:Seminole Ridge's Gvensha
"Ceus.
.Though they are fierce
competitors during meets,
5Boettcher and Cook are close.
"The ninth-grade year when I
won state,I met Sam," Boettcher

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said. "We have been best friends
ever since."
Cook has fond memories of
that meeting.
"I kind of looked up to her,"
Cook said. "She was my age,
and she lifted so much weight."
Boettcher competed in a
different weight class when the
two first met. She and Cook'
became even closer when
Boettcher began competing
in the same unlimited class as
Cook the following year.
"We kind of bonded antd lifted
together to see what it was like,"
. Cook said. "We created a sister-
like friendship. She's my twin
sister."
Cook doesn't say that lightly.
She and Boettcher give each
other advice on anything, Cook
said, as well as sharing some
"crazy" times together. Cook
said she has had her hair cut and
ears pierced by Boettcher.
"We've done anything you
can think of," Cook said. "She's
my twin. We're attached at the
hip sometimes."
As close as they. are, a
competition is a competition,
and when they are actually
lifting against each other, things
change.
"Before the meet, we talk, see
how everybody's been, catch
up and stuff," Boettcher said.
"During the meet, don't talk to
your enemies. She's no longer
your friend. Once the meet ends,
you hold a little bit of a grudge,
depending on who did better, pat
them on the back, tell them they
did good and then you complete
the day by being friends again."
Boettcher admitted Cook has
an easier time of being relaxed
at meets when she's not actually
lifting. Boettcher has her game


face on, so to speak, the entire
time.
"I am in a mind set I need to go
and do this weight," Boettcher
said. "There's no time for other
stuff."
Cook said she's tried to
talk more to Boettcher during
meets this year, but agreed that
Boettcher is pretty serious the
entire meet.
"I like to joke around and
laugh about everything," Cook
said. "I mean, I can lift 225 over
my head and still have a smile
on my face."
It's one of the traits Boettcher
admires in Cook.
"When she goes up to the bar,
she's angry," Boettcher said.
"She's ready to get this weight,
but then as soon as she leaves,
she's ready to sit there and
smile and chat with people. She
doesn't stay in the zone."
Conversely, though Cook
can laugh and smile during
meets, she has been affected
by how Boettcher approaches
competitions.
"What got me inspired is she
has this dedication," Cook said.
"If she gets it in her mind (to do
something), she has it."
Boettcher began paving'her
road to state in the 2007-08
school year, when she was the
runner-up in the 199 class at the
state-qualifying meet.
"I was really excited because
everybody was saying nobody
makes it their first year, it's just
not possible," Boettcher said.
"Then I finally did it. It was
like, 'Yes, I proved you wrong.'
It was just really cool."
Boettcher went on to place
17th at the state finals with a
265-pound total (130 bench
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following year, after winning the
199 class at the state-qualifying
meet, Boettcher placed ninth at
state with a 315 total (160, 155).
She continued her move
upward, winning another state-
qualifying meet championship
and then capturing the state
championship in the 199 class
as afreshmai in 2010. Boettcher.
had a 365 total (190,175) at state,
which was>,-5 pounds ahead of
the second-place finisher.
"I was crying from joy,"
Boettcher said. "I was jumping.
Everyone 'was hugging me.
Once I stood on the podium, I
was like, 'I actually won.'"
That same year marked
Cook's first trip to the state
meet, but as a student at Union
County High School. (Cook
attended Union her freshman
and sophomore years.) It was a
surprise to her, Cook said, who
referred to herself as a "sleeper."
Cook placed third at the state-
qualifying meet that year before
going on to finish one spot shy
of. earning a state medal. She
was seventh in the unlimited
class with a 345 total (170,.175).
That first-year trip was a
nerve-racking experience, Cook
said.'Her class included North
Marion's Lakitta Johsnon, who
was the state runner-up in 2007
and state champ in both 2008
and 2009. Johnson went on to
win the unlimited championship
in 2010 with a 505-pound total.
"Going against her was kind
of scary," Cook said.
SSince that year, Cook and
Boettcher have both competed
in the unlimited class. Cook
took first against Boettcher in'
the 2011 state-qualifying meet,
but at the state finals, Boettcher
finished as runner-up with a 405
.total (205, 200). Cook had a
405 total (210, 195) as well, but
placed third due to the weigh-in
tiebreaker.
Despite having tied her friend
for the second-highest total in
the class, Cook did not envision
capturing the statdchampionship
medal in 2012.
"Honestly, I didn't think I'd
win one until my senior year,".
Cook said.
That year was similar to 2011
in that Cook aid Boettcher placed
first and second, respectively, at.
the state-qualifying meet. At the


state meet, Cook posted a 445
total (220,225), while Boettcher
placed third with a 420 total
(215, 205). Cook finished 5
pounds ahead of the second-
place lifter.
Cooke went into-the bathroom
and cried after her last lift of the
meet. More tears were to follow.
"When I came back,
somebody told me I won," she
said. "I burst out into tears,
just like I did at sectionals my
freshman year."
It was a feeling of
disappointment for Boettcher,
who wasn't successful on all
of her lift attempts. She needed
some time to compose herself
before being happy for her
friend.
"I had to go calm myself
down and tell myself it was OK
I missed the lifts," Boettcher
said. "Right before we got to the
(medal) podium, I was able to
congratulate (Cook)."
Cook said it is tough to win
a championship by doing better
than your friend, but it will be a
special memory for both when
they look back on it.
"It hurts a little bit," Cook
said, "but to even share an
experience like that-it's-great."
Though it would be hard
for her to go through a similar
experience this year, Boettcher
said she would be happy for
Cook if she wonia second state
championship.
"I would give her a big hug,"
Boettcher said. "I. would say,
'You did awesome.'"


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"It's been tears and smiles
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"I'm glad that I did this sport."
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Ashley Maynard,
m who Is seated
between parents
Spring and
Keith Maynard,
signs her letter
of Intent to
play softball at
Southeastern
University.
Pictured
standing (I-r) are,
Southeastern
coach Anna.
Welsh and
Keystone coach
Belinda Phillips.



Maynard signs with Southeastern


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Keystone Heights High
School senior Ashley Maynard
never let go of her childhood
dream, which is one step closer
to reality with the acceptance
of a scholarship to Lakeland's
Southeastern University, where
she will play softball.
"Ever since I was little, I have
always wanted to go to college
for softball," said Maynard, who
plays catcher for. Keystone. "I
took many visits. Finally, when
I visited Southeastern, it felt like
the perfect. place for me. I am
very, very excited."
Maynard said she has been
playing ball since she was 8 or
9, but decided to really take
things seriously when she began
playing travel ball at the age of
10.
SKeystone head coach Belinda
Phillips said that experience will
certainly help.
"She's already with travel
ball and doing hard workouts,"
|Phillips said. "That's the major
Change for players who'come
from high school. They're not
used to having the two-a-day
Workouts where you have to get
up in the morning and run, and
then work out after class."
This is Southeastern's first
Season of softball, and it afforded
SMaynard the opportunity to learn
More about the school along with


this year's incoming players
during her first visit.
"It was Welcome Week, so
it was very exciting," she said.
"Everything was lively. The
(players) had just gotten on
campus because it's their first
year of softball. They were just
finding everything out about the
school, too, like I was."
Maynard said those players
,made her feel right at home,
especially during her second
visit.
"They just took me in like I
was one of them," she said, "It
was definitely nice to be a part
of."
* Another selling point was
the fact that Southeastern is a
Christian college that Maynard
described .as being "on fire for
the Lord."
"That's where I needed to be,"
Maynard said.
Though Maynard plays several
positions for the Florida Select
travel team she's a part of, she
was recruited by Southeastern to
play catcher. She said she did not
like playing catcher at first, but
she grew into loving the position
because it keeps her constantly
involved in the game.
However, Maynard had to
undergo a bit of a personality
change.
"As a catcher, you have to
be a strong leader on the field,"
she said. ". was always the shy,
reserved, not-so-loud person.
Now, I have definitely stepped


up my leadership on the field-
just being that person to tell
everyone what's happening and
where to go with the ball."
Phillips has seen that change
take place since Maynard was
a seventh-grader. Phillips has
been her coach at every level at
KHHS.
"Seeing her grow for six years
has been awesome," Phillips
said.
Maynard is very smart behind
the plate, remembering batters
and their tendencies, Phillips
said, adding that offensively,
Maynard has become one of the
team's top hitters.
"I don't remember her stats
(from last season)," Phillips
said, "but I know she was one
who very rarely struck out. She
would always tend to make
contact with the ball."
Still, Maynard said she needs
to learn to show a little more
patience at the plate as she
prepares for playing at the next
level.
"I like to swing at the first
pitch," she said.
When it comes to her choice
of where to play, though, it
sounds like anything but a swing
and a miss. Mayanrd is looking
forward to the opportunity to be
part of a young college program.
"That's one of the other things
that sold me on the school,"
Maynard said. "Being one of
the first (players)-I think that's
awesome."


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY Bradford defeated Keystone Friday


Regional News/Sports Editor

Bradford High School
wrestlers Jarraid Forsyth and
Phillip Janmes repeated as
champions, while three of their
teammates earned top-three
finishes at the District 4-A meet
on Feb. 2 at day High School in
Green Cove Springs.
The top four wrestlers in each
class earned the right to advance
to the Region 1 meet, whichwill
be held Friday and Saturday,
Feb. 8-9, at the Bolles School in
Jacksonville.
Forsyth, a senior, won his 100th
career match and improved
to 24-11 on. the season. He
defeated Clay's Imier Almanzer
5-3 to capture the championship
in the 145-pound class.
James, who is also a senior,
pinned every one of his
opponents, improving to 26-3
when he pinned Forrest's
Richard'Perez in 1:54 to win the
title in the 195 class.
First-year wrestler Bennie
Loper, a freshman, was the
runner-up in the 220 class.
Justin Fountain of Clay pinned
Loper in 15 seconds to take the
title.
Senior Antonio Butler and
freshman Jason Griffis, who
are both first-year wrestlers,
each earned a third-place finish.
Butler defeated Bolles' Brandon
Dattoli 7-2 in the 160 class,
while Griffis pinned Bishop
Snyder's Preston Prichard in
1:12 in the 113 class.
The top four wrestlers in each
class at the Region 1 meet will
advance to the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals, which will be held
Friday and Saturday, Feb. 15-
16, at the Lakeland Center.
James is attempting to qualify
for state for the third straight
time, while Forsyth is looking
to advance for the second
straight year.


Heights 69-25 this past Tuesday
in the quarterfinals of the
District 5-4A boys' basketball
tournament,which is being hosted
by Fort White High School.
The Tornadoes-the
tournament's third seed-will
play second seed Williston
on Friday, Feb. 8; at 6 p.m. If
Bradford wins, it will play for the
championship against either top
seed Fort White or fourth seed
Santa Fe on Saturday, Feb. 9, at
7 p.m.
Fort White and Santa Fe play
.each other in a semifinal game
on Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m.


Union County earned a first-
round bye as the number-one
seed and will play a semifinal
game in the District 71A boys'
basketball tournament--hosted
by Newberry High School-on
Friday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m. against
either third seed Newberry or
fourth seed Dixie County.
Second seed Baldwin will
play third seed Chiefland in a
semifinal game following the
Union game.
Friday's winners will play
each other for the championship
on Saturday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m.


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"Wilisha is all over the place,"
Smith said. "She's an excellent
player, whether it's offense or
defense."
It was Kemp, who led the
Tornadoes with 18 points, who
helped Bradford stay with Fort
White in the first quarter. Fort
White scored the first eight
points of the game, which
included two baskets set up
by steals by Tasha Robinson.
Bradford's Taquandra Diggs
ended the drought with a score
off. of an offensive rebound.
Kemp then came up with a
teal and a score, getting fouled
irnhe process. Her successful
frA-throw attempt pulled the
T does within 8-5.
Memp, who scored five
p iits in the quarter, added
another score after a Fort White
turnover. She and Griner then
helped the Tornadoes overcome
t1eir one-point deficit in a big
way in the second quarter. The








Quanisha
Allentright)
plays tight
defense on Fort
White's Tasha
Robinson..
Allen's 3-point
basket was the
start of a 16-1
run to close out
the game.











BMS
Continued from 3B

. focused on Bradford's Oliver
Griffin.
S"We were trying to stop No.
.23 because we knew they were
ooing to try to get. the ball
inside to him," said Amett.
"He is-clearly their best player.
We were able to keep it out of
his hands and force some other
people to take some shots."
Griffin led the Hurricanes
with 17 points. Christopher
Cummings and Tally Chandler
each notched five points while
Charles Strong scored four and
Aundre Carter posted two points
for Bradford.
The two squads battled
basket-for-basket in the second
half, with .Bradford holding a
29-27 lead going into the final
quarter. .
SWith 5:29 left,. Williston's
Torrance Pitts tied the game at
;29 with a fee throw.
SThe Red'Devils delivered the
globe to Pitts once again, but the
;center missed a jumper under
ithe basket and two free throws
From a shooting foul.
S'Griffin grabbed the rebound
:off Pitts' second free throw
attempt and raced the length of
the court for a layup that gave
3 the Hurricanes a 31-29 lead with
3:22 to play.


two combined for 14 points as
Bradford led by as many as 10
points.
"Yeah, we started out a little
rough that first quarter," Smith
said. "Maybe we were shaky,
the girls a little nervous, but we
came out in the second quarter
and played great defense. It got
us going on offense." -
Diggs had two straight baskets
to start the second quarter. Then,
with Fort White leading 14-
13, Griner grabbed a defensive
rebound and took it the length
of the court for a score and a
15-14 lead. It was the start of
an 8-0 run. Danique Hudson
scored on a rebound putback,
while her steal set Kemp up for
a successful drive to the basket.
Kemp and Griner each had a free
throw to put the Tornadoes up
21-14.
An 8-2 run that included
two baskets by Kemp later put
Bradford up 29-19.
*Cenise Armstrong and
Kashanique Cook helped
the Indians rally in the third
quarter. The two combined for


Griffi 6ias also fouled on the
play and missed the resulting
one-pointer. Williston collared
the rebound off Griffin's errant
free throw and ran a fast break
down the court to guard Dylan
Murray, who put in a layup tying
the game at 3,1',. :;:
Another, Bradford turnover
allowed Williston to again
traverse the .court for an
attempted layup, but the Red
Devils' Reginald Days missed
the shot while being fouled.
However, he made both free
throws, giving Williston a 33-31
lead.
An errant pass cost Bradford
another possession and the
Hurricanes' Dre Rogers had
to intentionally foul Williston
players twice within two seconds
to get the Red Devils into the
bonus and onto the foul line.
Williston's Days missed the
front half of a one-and-one.
Griffin rebounded Days' miss,
pushed the ball up the court and
tied the game at 33.
Williston responded with Pitts
grabbing an offensive rebound
and scoring from under the
basket, giving Williston a 35-33
lead with under a minute left.
'Pitts was also fouled during the
shot and missed his free throw
attempt, giving Bradford its own
fast break opportunity.
Bradford's Christopher
Cummings broke open down
the .court with 14 seconds left


SEMIS
Continued from 4B


seven points and four defensive
rebounds during a 9-1 run that
saw Fort White pull to within
35-34.
A basket by Kemp and a
free throw, by Hudson put the
Tornadoes up by four, and they
maintained that lead going into
the fourth quarter when Meghan
Woods sank a jump shot.
The Tornadoes struggled in
the fourth quarter after a basket
by Griner put them up 44-40.
They missed four straight field-
goal attempts and committed
four turnovers as Fort White
got baskets from Armstrong
and Rykia Jackson. Robinson's
score then gave the Indians the
lead, but only briefly before
Allen's 3-pointer sparked the
Tornadoes and propelled them
to the win.
"I was a little concerned,"
Smith said, "but I knew our
girls could handle it. We had the
right people out at the right time.
Everybody stepped up and did
an excellent job."
Though Bradford had already
punched its ticket to the regional
playoffs, Allen wanted more for
her team.
"This year, I was determined to


Christopher
Cummings
drives for the
basket for
the Bradford
Middle School
Hurricanes,
who capped the
season with a
12-2 record.


and went in for a layup. He was
fouled on the play and his shot
missed the mark.
With 11.9 seconds left on the
clock, Cummings went to the
line for a potential game-tying
pair of foul shots. Both attempts
bounced off the rim, but on the
second miss, Griffin lassoed
..the rebound and put up a two-
pointer that would have tied the
game. But Griffin had too much
Son the shot as it banked off the
glass and overshot the rim.
A Red Devil snared the
rebound and launched a long
pass to Murray, who was


Keystone's
Calylen Gonzales
(left) grabs a
rebound against
S Bradford's
S Danique Hudson.
Gbnzales was
the Indians'
,leading scorer.







win (the district championship),"
Allen said. "It's my last year as'
a senior." .
Now that the Tornadoes have
accomplished that, Allen said
they're not ready to give up.
"We're trying to get all the
way to Lakeland this year," she
said, referring to the site of the
state semifinals and finals.
To get that done, Allen said
the Tornadoes must "get to
practice, work hard and press
forward."
If Bradford defeats Mount
Dora, it will advance to the
regional semifinals, where it
will either host Fort White or
travel to Ocala to play Trinity
Catholic.
Semifinal games are scheduled
for Tuesday, Feb. 12, at 7 p.m.
For more photos, please visit
www.starkejournal.com.

Score by Quarter
FWHS: 10 13 15 9-47
BHS: 9 22 11 18-60

Bradford scoring (60): Allen
6, Davis 7, Diggs 6, Griner 17,
Hudson 3, Kemp 18, Sheffield
1, Woods 2. 3-pointers: Allen.
Free throws: 13-25.


waiting under the Bradford goal.
Murray put in a lightly contested
layup as the buzzer sounded,
giving Williston a 37-33 win.
McMillian said that inspite of
the loss, the team exceeded his
expectations by far.
"Wonderful season," he said
outside the Hurricane locker
room after the game. "The kids
came to practice and gave it
everything they had. I couldn't
imagine going 12-2. Wonderful
season."'
For more photos, please visit
www.starkejournal.com.


had Keystone trailing by just
four early in the second quarter.
Gonzales sank a floater along
the baseline to make it an 18-
16 game with approximately
two minutes until halftime.
Bradford's Taquandra Diggs
answered by sinking a jumper,
while Keystone had two
consecutive possessions on
which it missed two shots each.
By the time Keystone scored
again, Bradford had built a
12-point lead. Griner and Kemp
each scored two baskets as the
Tornadoes opened the third
quarter with an 8-0 run.
Gonzales- made two free
throws for Keystone, but
a basket by Allen had. the
Tornadoes off on another run.
Kemp scored six straight after
Allen's basket, while Griner
scored on a rebound putback to
put Bradford up 40-18.
Bradford scored 10 straight


BHS boys cap

regular season

with 58-41 win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Justin McBride scored 28
points, grabbed 13 rebounds and
blocked six shots in the Bradford
boys' basketball team's 58-41
win over Eastside on Jan. 31 in
Gainesville.
The Tornadoes, who outscored
Eastside 22-11 in the second
quarter for a 31-24 halftime
lead, got 12 points from Caleb
Jones and eight points each
from Deantre Burch and Marco
Grimsley.
Grimsley also had nine
rebounds, while Keaaris Ardley
had 11 assists, five rebounds and
three steals.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 9 22 10 17-58
EHS: 13 11 10 7-41

Bradford scoring (58): Burch 8,
Grimsley 8, Hampton 2, Jones
12, McBride 28, 3-pointers:
Grimsley, Burch 2,'Jones 2. Free
throws: 512, '

Tigers drop


regular-

season finale
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


The Union County boys'
basketball team couldn't make
it three straight wins to end the
regular season, losing 61-46 to
Eastside on Feb. 2 in Gainesville.
Keldric Bradley led the Tigers
with 18 points. Austin Dukes
and Daquin Edwards had six
and five rebounds, respectively,
while Prince Alexander had three
steals.

Union scoring (46): Prince
Alexander 2, Princeton Alexander
5, Bradley 18, Dukes 2, Edwards
4, Green 5, Jackson 5, Mosher 5.
3-pointers: Princeton Alexander,
Green, Jackson, Mosher. Free
throws: 14-22.


points to open the fourth quarter,
which began with a 3-pointer by
Allen.
Allen finished the game with
10 points.
Hamilton scored seven points
in the fourth quarter and finished
with 13 for Keystone. Madyson
Maxwell added eight points for
the Indians.
For more photos, please visit
www.starkejournal.com.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 8 8 4 22-,42
BHS: 14 6 20 21.---1

Scoring
Keystone (42): Golembiewski
2, Gonzales 17, Hamilton 13,
Maxwell 8, Strassberger 2.
3-pointers: Hamilton. Free
throws: 7-12.

Bradford (61): Allen 10, Diggs
4, Gault 8, Griner 14, Kemp 23,
Sheffield 2. 3-pointers: Griner,
Kemp, Allen 2. Free throws:
3-10.


Earlier results:

UC 84 Keystone 51
The. Tigers outscored visiting
Keystone Heights 43-16 in the
first half en route to an 84-51 win
on Jan. 29.
Shaimea Maeweather and
Khlil Jackson scored 20 and
15 points, respectively, while
Bradley and Carl Alexander had
12 and 10 points, respectively.
Jerry Keller added nine points.
Jackson and Bradley had four
and three steals, respectively,
while Prince Alexander dished
out eight assists. Carl Alexander
had four assists and five
rebounds.
Laris Paige also had five
rebounds.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 7 9 19
UCHS: 21 22 11


16-51
30-84


Union scoring (84): C.
Alexander 10, Prince Alexander
3, Princeton Alexander 5, Bradley
12, Dukes 2, Jackson 15, Keller
9, Maeweather 20, Mosher 6,
Paige 2. 3-pointers: Prince
Alexander, Princeton Alexander,
Bradley, Jackson, C. Alexander
.2, Keller 3, Maeweather 3. Free
throws: 4-6=;: .."_

UCHS 59-Rams 47
Dukes led three players in
double figures- as the Tigers
defeated Interlachen 59-47 on
Jan. 31 in Interlachen.
Dukes scored 18 points and
grabbed five rebounds, while
Bradley had 15 points, eight
rebounds and six assists. Carl
Alexander scored 13 points and
grabbed nine rebounds.-
Princeton Alexander, who
added seven points, grabbed six
rebounds.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 12 17 17 13-59
IHS: 6 17 9 15-47

Union scoring (59): C.
Alexander 13, Princeton
Alexander 7, Bradley 15, Dukes
18, Edwards 2, Green 2, Keller 2.
3-pointers: Princeton Alexander,
Bradley, Dukes, C. Alexander 3.
Free throws: 5-8.


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non-HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer.",1005 SW 6th
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141. TFN 50
1 BEDROOM upstairs ga-
rage apartment. $300/
mo. in good neighborhood
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
housekeeper. Call 904-
964-6351 ask for Lucille.
ROOM. FOR. RENT, 4 miles
from Camp Blending.
Quiet neighbor, $300/mo.
or with military ID. by night
or week. 904-214-9754,
leave message.
3BR/1BA HOME in Starke,
close to downtown. CH/A,
washer/dryer hookup,
garage, large backyard.
Quiet, safe neighborhood.
$750/mo. $750 security
deposit. Service animals
only. 386-878-3240.
3BR/2BA NEAR Starke Golf
Course. Available March
1st. $750/mo. will accept
HUD. Call 904-545-0798.
HOUSE COUNTRY LIV-
ING. 5 miles, from Starke.
2BR/2BA. Living room,
dinning room, kitchen,
utility room, 2 car carport,
CH/A. $650/mo. first, last.
Service animals only. Call
904-964-6718.
3 BR/ 1 1/2 BA SW, with
additiorl. Fenced yard.
Between Lake Butler &
Starke. $650/mo. $300
deposit. Call 904-263-
3999 or 904-305-8287.
1 BR Upstairs apartment,
downtown Starke. $450/
mo. plus deposit, etc Call
904-364-9022.


KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
473-0464.
14 x 66 MH. very nice. 1-2
persons max. retired or
senior preferred. Senior
discount, $525/mo. Call
904-964-8218.
MELROSE 1BR/1BA MH.
very quiet community.
$275 per month with $200
security deposit. Call 352-
358-1114.
RESIDENTIAL Townhomes
for lease. Willow Pond
Townhomes has wonder-
ful and spacious homes
for lease in downtown
Lake Butler with easy
frwy access. We have
a very limited number'
of spacious 3BR/2.5BA
with over 1,800 sq ft or
select one of our incred-
ible 2BR/2.5BA with over
1,600 sq ft. These homes
have fantastic kitchens,
HUGE bedrooms and lux-
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Hts., $490/mo. and $590
security deposit, credit
report required. Call for
appt. 352-258-3898 Bro-
ker/Owner J. Carroll
FOR RENT- 1BR/1BA. fur-
nished cottage on river,
all utilities included, $800
per month. Please call
904-966-2937.
KEYSTONE, area. Country
Cottage, rent includes
water, electric, cable TV.
Service animals only, ma-
ture single only. Proof of
income required. 352-
478-9569.
EFFICIENCY APTS. $125
per wk. (one person)
$165 per wk. (tow per-
sons) utilities, Direct TV,
,included. Call Wayne,
352-258-3039.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT. in
Melrose. $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities. Service
animals only, no smoking.
352-475-3486.
52
Animals &.Pets
REGISTERED Miniature
Australian Shepherds,
12 weeks old, health cer-
tificates. $500, call 904-
312-4727.
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THURS. FRI. SAT. 8am.-
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clothes, hand tools.
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FRI. SAT. 8AM.-4PM. 10332
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HUGE MULTI FAMILY yard
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Follow signs, off 301 N
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size 38-50 $3, other jean
sizes $2.31 sheets of tile
board $15, with design. 2
sheets of sheet rock $10.
follow signs for directions.
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SALE. Fri. & Sat. 9am.-
5pm. 4903 N:W. 216th
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57
For Sale
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468-2877.
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Personal
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UNION COUNTY SCHdOL
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needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. New train-
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to three weeks in Feb.
Please call Mike 386-
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THE CITY OF STARKE, is
accepting applications
for the position of Public
Works Laborer. Perform
routine maintenance on
water/sewer lines. Install
and repairs water/sewer
lines. Digs and refills
ditches, loads dirt and
*construction materials.
Repairs and installs me-
ters. Occasionally oper-
ates gasoline or other
powered machinery E.G.
mowers, and backhoes.
Performs maintenance
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Performs tasks including
digging, brush cutting and
Loading and unloading
materials used in opera-
tional process. Removes


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works supervisor and the
crew leader. Must have
a valid Florida drivers
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Must pass a physical and
drug test/Background
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and returned to Bradford
Career Center-Florida
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S. Walnut St: Starke, Fl
32091. Applications will
be accepted through the
close of business on Feb-
ruary 15, 2013, The City
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HOME HEALTH A'es need-
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with current background
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preferred..Work experi-
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resume to Mary Johnson
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