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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013 100TH YEAR 52ND ISSUE 75 CENTS


Worth

Noting



LifeSouth
blood drive
LifeSouth will have a blood
drive Friday, April 26, at Florida
State Prison from 11 a.m. to 6
p.m.
A blood drive will also be held
Thursday, May 2, from 11 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. at Union Correctional
Institution.
Donors can register to win a
Redbox movie pack.


History
presentation
on forestry set
The Union.County Historical
Society's April program wiill
be the history of Union County
Forestry, since its inception
and its present operation. This
presentation will be led by
William Warren and Jay Tucker
and perhaps Smokey the bear.
All are invited to attend this
event Monday, April 29, at 7
p.m. at the historical museum
located at 410 W. Main St.


Pioneers Day
festival this
weekend
The 37th Annual Pioneer Days
festival is set for Saturday, April
27, through 28. Along with the
usual features of arts and craft
vendors, a great food court,
Heritage Village, kids korral,
shoot-out re-enactments and live
entertainment, this year there will
be a Seminole Indian dance circle,
a special railroad history display,
a business expo and much more.
Come to High Springs and join
in the fun. For more information
visit the www.highsprings.
0com or call 386-454-3120.



UC Farmer's
,Market
The Union County Farmers'
Market will open Saturday,
April 27. The hours of operation
are Saturdays from 8 a.m. until
noon. WIC coupons and senior
vouchers are gladly accepted.
The market is located next to
Jackson's Building Supply in
Lake Butler, S.R. 231.


Princess for
a day at FGC
Florida Gateway College
Cosmetology students are once'
again giving local girls the
chance to be a princess for a day.
FGC will host a princess party
Saturday, May 18, from 9 to 3
p.m. Girls between the ages of
3 and 10 in Florida Gateway
College's five-county- district
are invited to attend. They will
receive a new hairdo, manicure
and pedicure, as well as makeup
fit for a princess.
FGC cosmetology students will
also be on-hand to bring various
princesses to life, including Belle
from Beauty and the Beast, Snow
White and Cinderella.
The event serves as fundraiser
for the students to attend the
Premiere Orlando International
Beauty Event, where they take
classes and learn about new
trends and hairstyles.
Cost for early registration is
$15 and $20 at the door the day
of the event. Those looking to
register early can call 486-466-
2379, 386-754-1411, 386-754-
4264 or 386-697-9423.


Local Law Enforcement joined forces for Torch Run


The Rapid Response Teams from UCI and RMC formed columns to begin the run. Leading the left-hand column are UCI's Sgt. Jared Cox and Sgt.
B.K. Jones. Leading the column on the right from RMC are Officers Heather Johnston. and Jonathan Eberlein.


Staff members from Union
Correctional Institution and
Reception Medical Center
in Lake Butler joined forces
on April 10 to raise funding
and awareness for the Special
Olympics. This event is held each
year prior to Special Olympics
Florida State Summer Games,
set to begin in May.
Each year the local institutions
come together with staff from
the Union County school system
to carry the torch through Lake
Butler for special education
students. These students will
participate in the Special
Olympics later in the year.
Every year, law enforcement
officers from more.than 300

(At right) Officer Bryan
Weis of UCI holds the
torch.


Florida agencies (police
departments, sheriff's offices,
DOC, Florida Department of
Law Enforcement, Federal
Bureau of Investigation, Drug
Enforcement Agency, U.S.
Customs, Air Force Police and
Marine Patrol) all participate in
the statewide torch run to benefit
the athletes of Special Olympics
Florida.
More than 5,000 officers carry
the torch on a 1,500-mile relay
through 66 counties in Florida
each year.
Funds are generated through
contributions from individuals
and businesses along the way
and through sales of the popular
Torch Run T-shirts and caps.
Participating from UCI were:
Warden Diane Andrews, Admin.
Asst. Gena Singletary, Admin
Asst. Missy Touchstone, Asst.
Warden Stephen Rossiter, Col.


David Maddox, Major Kevin
Box, Lt. Charles "Greg" Combs,
Sgts. Jonathan Nash, Aaron Bass,
Jared Cox, B.K. Jones, Danny
Klein, Michael Gillick, Jerome
Lee, Travis Clark, and Dewayne
Bailey, and Officers Bryan Weis,
Jeffrey Knight, Donald Rosier,
Brandon Korey, Trennis Miller
and Brad Macey.
Participating from RMC
were: Warden Brian Riedl, Asst.
Warden Paul Kish, Major James
Barton, Major John Siter, Major
J. Charlie Stephens, Lts. Wendy
Eatmon, Dennis Bennett and
Albert Hester, Class. Supervisor
Dawn Hart, Class. Officer Joe
Falk, Sgts. Anson Johnson,
Chuck Redding, 'Andrae
Williams .and Sean Hayes, and
Officers Heather Johnston, Mark
McAlister, Matthew Tomlinson,

See Torch, 2A


SCounty proclaims May 15,


Peace Officers Memorial Day


SMAC Champion


The Tigers' only eighth-graders, (I-r) Devin Lewis, Macey
Fulgham, and Montana Jenkins went out in style and
proudly hoist the SMAC championship trophy. Lewis,
who was 4-for-4 at the plate, batted in the last run of the
game, which enforced the 10-run rule in the fifth inning.
See team photo, 4A


Remember


BY JAY TUCKER
Union County Senior Forester

This year, Arbor Day (which
literally means Tree Day) is
celebrating its 140 years.
J. Sterling Morton, a naturalist
and journalist in Nebraska,
founded Arbor Day in 1872.
By 1882, it was celebrated by
thousands of schoolchildren
nationwide, who planted trees
and took care of them with their
classmates. Today, millions
of communities and schools
celebrate Arbor Day all over the
world.
On this day we acknowledge


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The Union County
Commission recently proclaimed
May 15,2013 as Peace Officer's
Memorial Day.
The holiday was created on
October 1, 1961, when Congress
asked the president to designate
May 15 to honor peace officers.
John F. Kennedy signed the bill
into law on October 1, 1962.
Amended in 1994, Bill Clinton,
through public law 103-322,
directed that the flag of the
United States be flown at half-
staff on May 15. According to
a proclamation by George W.
Bush in 2002, "Peace Officers
Memorial Day and Police Week
,pay tribute to the local, State, and
Federal law enforcement officers
who serve and protect us with
courage and dedication. These
observances also remind us of
the ongoing need to be vigilant
against all foms of crime,
especially to acts of extreme
violence and terrorism."


Arbor Day, pla
e owe totrees for their looking to the future. A tree
Hiding our land. It is a planted wisely this year is a
reflect on the endless commitment, both to our past,
ees provide us in our present and future.
,which includes food, Arbor ^Day is traditionally
paper products, fuel, celebrated in the United States
shade, recreation on the last Friday of April, but
y. Trees also provide as ideal tree-planting conditions
ilization, food and differ by climate, each state has
wildlife, and perhaps its own specific Arbor Day, as
ortant, their ability well. Winter is the ideal time to
Oxygen and carbon plant trees in Florida, because it
take which provide a allows roots to develop without
healthy environment to expending energy on growing
*y help us to remember new leaves and shoots. In Florida,
th the earth, which we the third Friday of January has
all other creatures, been chosen to celebrate it state
ay. is algo a time for Arbor Day.


The Union County
Proclamation states:
Whereas, the Congress and
President of United States have
designated May 15 as peace
officers' Memorial Day, and the
week in which may 15th falls as
National Police Week.
Whereas, the members of
the law enforcement agency of
Union County play an essential
role in safeguarding the rights
and freedoms of Union County.
Whereas, the men and women
of the law enforcement agency
of Union County unceasingly
provide a vital public service.
Now, therefore, be it resolved
by Union County that May
15, 2013 is declared as Peace
Officers Memorial Day and
call upon all citizens of Union
County and all patriotic, civic
and educational organizations to
observe the day with appropriate
ceremonies and observances
in which all of our people may


nt a tree
The actual date we celebrate
Arbor Day is not what we should
focus on. Instead, we should
focus on how trees directly
and indirectly benefit us an
environment we live in. Then,
anytime we have an opportunity
to plant a tree for love one in
your past, present and future.
Many schools and communities
throughout Florida..hold special
event around this time.
In Union County, on April 19,
a free tree seedling giveaway was
held to include Swamp Chestnut
Oak, Southern Red Cedar, May
haw, River Birch and Cabbage
Palm.


join in commemorating law-
enforcement officers, past and
present, who by their faithful
and loyal devotion to their
responsibilities, have rendered
a dedicated service to their
communities and in so doing,
have established for themselves
and enviable and enduring
reputation for preserving the
rights and security of all citizens;
to honor those law-enforcement
officers who, through' their
courageous deeds, have made the
ultimate sacrifice and service to
their community or have become
disabled in the performance of
duty and to recognize and pay
respect to the survivors of our
fallen heroes.
Past and duly adopted this 15th
day of April 2013, at the regular
session of Board of County
Commissioners, Union County,
Florida.


In addition, Friday, April 26,
the Florida Forestry Service will
present a program to the Lake
Butler Middle School, 6th grade
students on the history of Arbor
Day and the environmental
importance of trees in both our
urban and forest settings.
Friday, May 4, the LBMS 6'h
grade students will participate
in a community Arbor Day tree-
planting project. For this years
project, the students, with the
help of the County Forester, other
FFS personnel, local Lion's club
members, city council members,
and the general public will plant
21 flowering Dogwoods around
the City Hall grounds and Lake
Butler.
See Tree, 3A


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013


(Front row, l-r) Warden
Diane Andrews, Admin.
Asst. Gena Singletary,
Admin Asst. Missy
Touchstone, (back row,
1-r) Sgt. Jonathan Nash,
Sgt. Aaron Bass, Sgt.
Jared Cox, Asst. Warden
Stephen Rossiter, Officer
Bryan Weis, Officer Jeffrey
Knight, Sgt. B.K. Jones,
Sgt. Danny Klein, Officer
Dopald Rosier, Sgt. Michael
Gillick, Officer Brandon
Korey, Lt. Charles "Greg"
Combs, Sgt. Jerome Lee,
Officer Trennis Miller,
Officer Brad Macey, Sgt.
Travis Clark, Sgt. Dewayne
Bailey and Major Kevin
Box.


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(At left) Sgt. Travis Clark
of UCI high-fives Michael
Chase Rizer, one of the
students the event is
designed to benefit.


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Mrs. IVinIS Will CIUlat Ilthl ilII
birthday Saturday, April 27, 2013.
A party will be held at Providence
Community Clubhouse from 2 5pm
Saturday. Family and friends who want to-
stop by and wish her well are invited.


(At left) Col. David Maddox
and Major Kevin Box talk
while they participate in the
torch run.



(At left) Officer Aaron Lewis
of RMC holds the torch for
a portion of the event.


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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


Officers and staff from Union Correctional Institution and Reception Medical Center participated in the annual fundraiser for Special Olympics. The Torch Run was held April
10 in Lake Butler on S.R. 121. The event included security and administrative staff from the two institutions and children, staff and parents from Union County schools. Some
of the participants who walked from the Lake Butler Elementary School to the Union County High School during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics
included: students Kendall McCauley, Peyton Johns, Rushad Lee, Breanna Williamson, Christopher Norman, Gerald Douglas, Contral Douglas, Hunter Lee, Hannah Rollins,
Martin Rojas Lopez, Alec Bailes, Michael Rizer, Alleyah Stitt, Ayden Stout, Allan Culliver, Cameron Williams, Savon Maxwell, Madeline Spires, Meagan Owen, Dustin Mills,
Madison Suggs, Brian Nelson, Georgie Spires, Alex Harris, staff members of the Union County School District, and LBES guidance counselor Maria Kish. Participating from
RMC were: Warden Brian Riedl, Asst. Warden Paul Kish, Major James Barton, Major John Siter, Major J. Charlie Stephens, Lt. Wendy Eatmon, Lt. Dennis Bennett, Lt. Albert
Hester, Sgt. Chuck Redding, Class. Supervisor Dawn Hart, Class. Officer Joe Falk, Sgts. Anson Johnson, Andrae Williams and Sean Hayes, and Officers Heather Johnston,
Mark McAlister, Matthew Tomlinson, John Hunt, Sidney Young, Jonathan Eberlein, Aaron Lewis and Weston Gaultney. Participating from UCI were:
Warden Diane Andrews, Adlmin. Asst. Gena Singletary, Admin Asst. Missy Touchstone, Sgt. Jonathan Nash, Sgt. Aaron Bass, Sgt. Jared Cox, Asst.
Warden Stephen Rossiter, Officer Bryan Weis, Officer Jeffrey Knight, Sgt. B.K. Jones, Sgt. Danny Klein, Officer Donald Rosier, Sgt. Michael Gillick,
Happy Heave/Yly Officer Brandon Korey, Lt. Charles "Greg" Combs, Sgt. Jerome Lee, Officer Trennis Miller, Officer Brad Macey, Sgt. Travis Clark, Sgt. Dewayne
fl ith t):~-LJ ..-1 Bailey and Major Kevin Box.


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Nadab and Abihu, two of the sons of Aaron, are record
being struck dead by the Lord. The reason given for this ac
is they, "offered profane fire before the Lord, which He had
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regarding the source of the fire they needed to offer (Levit
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pics This will be the 12th year the
Lake Butler middle school sixtfi-
graders, Florida Forestry service,
......,: -..and4t ity of Lake Butler has
Participated in an annual Arbor
Day program tree planting
project and a third-year the
project has been located at Lake
d as Butler City Hall.
:tion In the 12 years, around 1,900
1 not students have planted more than
cific 250 trees in the city of Lake
:icus Butler. Over 4,000 tree seedlings
We have been given to students and
and local residents to plant around
today their homes.
i, do Each year the trees have been
God provided through a Florida
Forest service Arbor Day grajt
way, and the Dwight Stansel farm and
rked nursery.
If you would like to participate
in this years Arbor Day tree
planting project or would
like more information on the
upcoming events contact your
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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013
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UCT LEGALS 4/25
County Court
Union County
Barnett Recovery Corporation
Vs.
George W. Parrish & Mildred Parrish
SCase Number: 93-25-CC
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
SNotice is hereby given that pursuant
"to a Writ of Execution issued in the
County Court of Union County,
Florida, on the 15th day of February,
-2013, in the cause wherein Barnett
Recovery Corporation, Plaintiff,
and George W. Parrish & Mildred
'.Crawford, Defendants, being case
number 93-25-CC, in said Court, I,
Jerry Whitehead as: Sheriff of Union
SCounty, Florida, have levied upon
.all the right, title and interest of the
Defendant, George W. Parrish in
Sand to the following described real
Property, to-wit:
Real Property:
The W 1/2 of the S 1/2 of the East
S14 acres of the SW 1/4 of the SE
1/4, Section 31, Township 5 South,
Range 18 East. LESS and EXCEPT
SA tract of land situated in Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida, said
tract being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of the aforementioned Section .31
Township 5 South, Range 18 East
S for a point of reference and run N
88040'15" W, along the South line
of said Section 31, a distance of
1293.99 feet to a point that is N
.0140'15"E, 12.08 feet from the
centerline intersection
of State Road No. 238 (Section
39050-2504) and State Road No.
S-245 (Section 3950-151) as said
centerline intersection is shown on a
MAINTENANCE MAP by the State of
Florida State Road Department and
recorded in.Road Book 1, Page 48 of
the Public Records of Union County,
Florida, thence, from said point, run
N 01031'00" E, a distance of 37.92
feet to an iron pipe on the North right
of way line of said State Road No.
238 and the True Point of Beginning;
thence continue N. 01031'00" E, a
distance of 247.20 feet to an iron
pipe; thence run N. 88029'00" W a
distance of 210.00 feet; thence run
S 01031'00" W a distance of 247.20
feet to an iron pipe on said North right
of way line, thence run S 88*29'00"
E, along said North right of way line,
a distance of 210.00 feet to the True
Point of Beginning, containing 1.192
acres, more or less. PARCEL ID: 31-
05-18-00-000-0105-0.
I shall offer this property for sale at
the Union County Sheriff's Office,
55 West Main Street, Room -102,
Lake Butler, FL on May 16th, 2013
at 11:00 am or as soon thereafter as
possible. I will offer for sale all of the
said Defendant's, George W. Parrish,
right, title and interest in the aforesaid
Real property, at public auction and
will sell the same, subject to taxes,
all prior liens, encumbrances qnd
judgments, if any, to the highest and
est bidder for CASH IN HAND plus
Florida sales tax if appropriate. The
monies received through the levy Qo.
sale will be paid as prescribed by
Fla. Stat. 56.27 and in accordance
with the American with Disabilities
Act, persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding shall contact the agency
sending notice not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at the
address given on notice. UCSO 386-
'496-2501
Jerry Whitehead, As
Sheriff of Union County, Florida
By: Lt. Williams
Deputy Sheriff
4/11 4tchg 5/2-UCT
TAX DEED# 63 2012 TD -0004
,Notice of Application for Tax Deed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
James E. Whitehead, 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:
CERTIFICATED 164
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
04-06-19-00-000-0052-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Parcel 3
Commence at the Northwest comer
of Section 4, Township 6 South,
Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida; Thence run S 89 degrees 30
minutes 20 seconds E 40.02 feet to
the East right of way of county road
no. 796A: Thence S 01 degree 08
minutes 14 seconds E along said
point of curvature of a curve; Thence'
Sun Southerly along said East right
of way along said curve concave to
the West having a radius of 11459.16
feet, a delta of 01 degree 29 minutes .
; 00 seconds 296.67 feet to a point
of tangency: Thence S 00 degrees
20 minutes 24 seconds West along
said East right of way, 158.99 feet:
-. Thence S 89 degrees 30 minutes 20
seconds E 1647.31 feet to the Point
. of Beginning: Thence continue S
89 degrees 30 minutes 20 seconds
E 600.00 feet: Thence North 01
degree 08 minutes 14 seconds W
S145.00 feet: Thence N 89 degrees
30 minutes 20 seconds W 600.00
feet: Thence S 01 degree 08 minutes
S14.seconds E 145 feet to the Point
of Beginning: Containing 2.00 acres
* more or less.
Also Ingress and Egress Easement
An easement of ingress and egress
being 60 feet in width and lying
60 feet to the right of the following.
- described line:
Commence at the Northwest comer
of Section .4, Township 6 South,
Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida: Thence run S 89 degrees 30


SminUtes 20 seconds E 40.02 feet to
Sthe East right of way of county road
no. 796A; -Thence S 01 degree 08
minutes 14 seconds E along said
East right of way, 848.45 feet to a
point of curvature of a curve: Thence
run Southerly along said East right
f way along said curve concave to
the West having a radius of 11459.16
.<. feet, a dglfa of 01 degree 29 minutes
00 seconds, 296.67 feet to a point
Sof tangency: Thence S 00 degrees
20 minutes 24 seconds W along
said East right of way, 13.99 feet to
the Point of Beginning: Thence.S 89
degrees 30 minutes 20 seconds E
3443.81 feet to the terminus point.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Adolph J. "Jackie" Barringer.
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
23rd day of May, 2013.
Dated this 15th day of April, 2013.
Kellie Hendricks Connell
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
4/18 4tchg 5/9-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE
FILE NO: 63-2013-CP-0003
In Re: The Estate of
RANCE JAMES CARROLL,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The name of the decedent, the
designation of the court in which the
administration of this estate is pending,
and the file number are indicated
above. The address of the court is 55
W. Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida
32054. The names and addresses of
the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney
are indicated below.
If you have been served with a copy
of this notice and you have any claim
or demand against the decedent's
estate, even if that claim is unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated, you must
file your claim with the court ON OR
BEFORE THE LATER OF A DATE
THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS
AFTER YOU RECEIVE A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have claims
.or demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with the court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
EVEN IF A CLAIM IS NOT BARRED
BY THE LIMITATIONS DESCRIBED
ABOVE, ALL CLAIMS WHICH HAVE
NOT BEEN FILED WILL BE BARRED
TWO YEARS AFTER DECEDENT'S
DEATH.
The date of death of the decedent is:
November 27,2012.
The dqte of first publication of this
Notice is: April 18, 2013.
Attorney for Personal Representative:
WAYNE CARROLL
Florida Bar No: 133454
P.O. Box 1898
Keystone Heights, FL 32656
Telephone: (386) 496-4799
Email: hampton.79@hotmail.com
Personal Representative:
TIMOTHY W. CARROLL
2803 Carroll Place
Orlando, FL 32804-3607
4/18 2tchg 4/25-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. will hold
a pre-bid conference and walk-thru
for the weatherization work of four (4)
single-family dwellings in the Union
County Weatherization Program.
This meeting will be held April 30,
2013, beginning at 8:00 am at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Outreach Office, 855 S.W. 6't
Avenue, Lake Butler, Florida 32054.
The conference. and walk-lhru
is mandatory, no exceptions,
for contractors who plan to ibid.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. requires each contractor to be
properly licensed, carry general
liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00. POI (Pollution
Occurrence Insurance) and Workers
Comp Insurance (No Exceptions)
before bid opening.
Original bids for these units will be
due by 12:00 noon May 3, 2013, at
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. Outreach Office, Industrial
Park, 855 S.W. 6th Avenue, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. Please mark
envelope "Sealed Bid for Name of
Homeowner". Bids are to be opened
and awarded May 3, 12:30 p.m.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any and all
bids. The bids will be awarded on the
most cost effective basis.
Some of the BATCH(s) May
CONTAINS HOMES THAT MAY
CONTAIN LEAD-BASED PAINT.
4/25 ltchg-UCT


Back-to-back SMACs
The Lake Butler Middle School softball team captured its
second straight Suwannee Middle School Athletic Conference
championship by defeating Bradford 12-2 on April 12 in Fort White.
The Tigers jumped to an early lead, thanks to a Devin Lewis triple,
and continued to add to their lead, scoring in every inning but the
third. Lewis finished 4-for-4 with two doubles, a triple and five
RBI, while Teala Howard was 3-for-3 with four runs scored. Brooke
Waters scored two runs, while Madelyn Kish added two RBI. In
the circle, Waters and Lexi Androjevich gave up a combined five
hits, while striking out four. Pictured are: (front, l-r) Devin Lewis,
Macey Fulgham, Montana Jenkins, (back, l-r) coach Eric Batson,
coach Tommy Nettles, Jessica Howard, Teala Howard, Shianne
Cassels; Madison Adams, Michaila Kennedy, Lexi Androlevich,
Madelyn Kish, Summer Fulgham, Brooke Waters, Alli Perez,
Kensley Hamilton, coach Taylor Nettles, and coach Kevin Lewis.

(Top left) LBES second grade students finish up the
last of the planting. (At front) lan Brannen. (At back,
I-r) Katie Wade, Carson Rogers, Karleigh White, Reagan
Robinson and Lindee Griffis.


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(Above) LBES fourth graders "-7-, "
work on weeding and f '
planting flowers in LBES
new flower garden. (At front,
I-r) Hannah Perron, Mark
Seager, Hannah Mason
and Colton Cox. (At back,
I-r) Arthur Brown, Jared-
Philbrick, Kolby Carter and
Brycen Peacock.
(At right) LBES fourth grade students Hannah Perron
and Hannah Mason cool off with popsicles after planting
in the hot sun.


Elementary
gifted classes
plant flowers
For the service project held
in March, the Lake Butler
Elementary School gifted classes
put a "Focus on Green" and
planted a flower garden around
the'flagpole located by the LBES
front office.
The students participated in
every aspect of the project from
planning, weeding and planting.


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The plants and supplies used for
the project" were donated by the
gifted students and their families.
Students who donated were:
Maegan Beatty, Dillon Seay,
Reagan Robinson, Katie Wade,
Katy White, Karleigh White,
Jackson Perkins, Braxton Dukes,
lan Brannen, Hannah Mason,
Brian Kish and Colton Cox.


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Kindergarten
registration
''Lake Butler Elementary
KShool kindergarten orientation
will be held Wednesday, May 8,
"f~m I to 2:30 p.m. Pick up the
; istration packet in advance
at'the front office. Once your
Packet is completed and returned,
your child will be registered for
"drientation and school in the
,fall. Your child is eligible for
kindergarten if he/she .turns 5
Srn or before Sept. 1. For more
information call Tricia Ranard at
386-496-3047.


Law
enforcement


memorial set
The Union/Bradford Law'
::Enforcement Memorial will
be held Thursday, May 2, at
.7:30 p.m. at the Hal Y. Maines
'Community Center in Lake
Butler.


TFree pre-
school
screening set
'There will be a free preschool
screening for children ages 3
I'td 4, Thursday, June 20, by
appointment only at the Lake
-B+utler Elementary School. Not
.i'fr children who will be entering
ikdergarten in the fall of 2013.
Z:::Referral and resources will
-b asilable for concerns with
:.eech. sight, hearing, motor
RiIills, social behavior and school
b!adiness. Appointments may be
':jheduled anytime between 9
,-nm. and 3 p.m.
For more-information or to
8 hedule an appointment, contact
1:ricia Ranard at 386-496-3047.
UnTion County District Schools
.-aid FDLRS/NEFEC Child Find
Vonsor screenings.

Historical ,,
museum .......
seeks old
fishing tackle
The Union County Historical
Society would like to develop
a section in the museum for
"-- pre-1960's fishing tackle to be
displayedd such as reels, -rods,
"lures, etc. Loan or donate your
..:.items to the museum to share
"With others. The historical
museum is located at 410 W
'i.Main Street in Lake Butler and
is open on Mondays from 9 a.m.
to noon. Call 386-496-2258 for
more information.


Scholarship
-available
'The Lake Butler Woman's
,Club is offering a scholarship
ifor a female resident of Union
-County to attend an accredited
%university or college in the state
.iof Florida. The scholarship will
,pay $500 to the individual. If
Syou are interested irm applying,
,you can pick up an application
packet from Tangelia Mackey in
the guidance department'at the
Union County High School, 1000
:S. Lake Ave. All applications
must be submitted by May 13.


4H takes first place


(Above) The Union County 4-H Junior Livestock Team
recently won first place at the Clay County Livestock
team competition. Team members included: Sierra
Graham, Lake Harris, Skyler Shatto, Kendal Stalnaker
and Noah Tallman.

(Below) UC took top individual .awards at the Clay County
Livestock Contest: First place Noah Tallman, second
place Lake Harris and third place Clay Fulgham.


School N

Lake Butler
Elementary'School
EVery week, LBES teachers
are given the opportunity to
choose at least one student in
their class to be the Tiger Cub.
Students are chosen based on
behavior, academic excellence or
improvement. Students receive a
ribbon and certificate from their
teachers for being chosen.
Last weeks tiger cubs were:
Jakila Caldwell, Makenzie
Daniels, Jacoby Edwards
Abygayle Fillyaw, C.J. Freeman,
Kadence Hawkins, Donald
Hedrick, Miranda Hedrick,
Terriana Holton, Josilyn Jenkins,
Miranda Martin, Jeremiah
McKenzie, Breanna Melton,
Anna Pearl Norton, Brandon
Ray, Cheyenne O'Steen,
Kameran Paytee, Jada Ridgeway,
Kamryn Southerland, Destiny
Truett, Natalie Waters Sabrena
Watkins, Chainberlin Watts and
Emily Whitehead.
The 50 Point Book Club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the accelerated
reader program.
The newest 50-point book
club members are: Johnny
Benefield, Carson Boyette,
Summer Bridges, Brandon
Brown, Andrew Courson, Emily
Courson, Reah Jones, Caleb
Ripplinger and Dayven Sellers.
The newest 100-point book
club members are: Rhett Gill,
Tahj Merriex and Victoria
Polbos.
The newest 150-point book
club members are: Landon Klein
and Reagan Robinson.
The newest 300-point book
club member is Hannah Perron.
Memorial Day is a day for
remembering and honoring
military personnel who died- in


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the service of
their country.
The gifted
students
at LBES would like to help
students and families remember
lost family members and friends.
Students will be creating a
butterfly tree to be displayed
at the front office during the
month of May. If you would like
to honor someone by placing a
butterfly on the tree fill out the
information form sent home with
students and return by April 26.
For more information contact
LBE$. gifted teacher Kara
White at 352-213-5335 or email
whiteka@union.kl2.fl.us

A schedule of the 'End of
Year' activities will be listed
in the upcoming editions of the
Times. To submit a school event,
email uctimes@windstream.net
before Mondays at noon.


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Girl Scouts
appreciation

Girl Scouts recently honored
volunteers on Girl Scout Leader
Appreciation Day, which was
held during National Volunteer
Week.
These dedicated leaders give
their time on a weekly basis to
plan and lead fun, educational
Girl Scout troop meetings
and field trips. Whether it's
teaching them about health
and wellness, taking them on a
caving expedition or out to the
stables to learn to ride a horse,
going to an international fair to
experience different cultures,
or creating a space rocket out
of paper, a film canister and
Alka-Seltzer, Girl Scout leaders
have creative minds and caring
hearts to share with the girls.
They dedicate themselves year-
round to helping girls grow into
confident, resourceful young
women.
Girl Scout staff sees firsthand
the positive effect of volunteerism
in several cities and how Girl
Scouts and their leaders make
a difference in' the community
every day. For those of you who
have a daughter in Girl Scouting,
take a moment to think about
her leader. Think about how at
every meeting the leader is there
to help your daughter experience
new challenges and gain new
skills for the future. Think about
the amount of time the leader
devotes to preparing for the
meetings while balancing family,
work and other time constraints.
Remember your Girl Scout
leader with a note of thanks or a
personal phone call or greeting.


Philippi
Baptist
Spring Bible
conference

Philippi Baptist Church will
host a four-day spring bible
conference beginning the
evening of Thursday, May 2.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
night services will begin at
7 p.m. Sunday's concluding
service will begin at 1 la.m.
Dr. Dennis Deese,Evangelist,
who has led conferences in
many local churches in the
past, will lead the services. The
purpose of the conference is
to learn what the word of God
has tO say to help Christians
go through a renewal process
that will not only refresh your
relationship with God, but in
turn will put new energy into
you home, your family and
your local church. Come and
join. The church is located at
1444 SE C.R. 18, Lake City.
For information or directions,
call Dan Williams at (352) 275-
7784 or Pastor Carl Chauncey
at (386) 209-3069.


We would like to recognize
and thank all of the leaders
from the following Service
Units: Alapaha (Hamilton and
Suwannee counties), Bradford/
Union, Chua (Alachua, High
Springs and Newberry),
Sawamish (Dixie, Gilchrist
and Levy counties), Oke-We-
No (Hawthorne, Keystone and
Melrose), Columbia, Putnam,
Gator Tracks and Meadowlark
(Gainesville) and Lake Kanapaha
(Gainesville, Jonesville. Archer
and Micanopy).
You truly make a difference


Special music will be
presented at each service with
local Christian artist Stephen
Jones performing during the
Sunday service. Lunch will
follow the Sunday morning
service.

Free clothing
give-a-way

The Body of Christ Assemble
Church God In Christ will hold
a free clothing give away from
the "Shepherd's Closet" on the
first Saturday of each month.
The church/closet is located
on 615 S.W. 3rd Street, Lake
Butler, next to the new fire
station. Look for the signs.

First Baptist
homecoming

First Baptist Church, located
on C.R. 229 in Raiford (across
from fire station) will hold its
annual homecoming service on
Sunday, April 28. Fellowship
will begin at 10 a.m. followed
with preaching by Rev. Ron


in the lives of girls. I encourage
more people to follow in your
footsteps by volunteering with
the Girl Scouts. If you are
interested in joining the ranks of
these incredible leaders, please
contact us at 352-376-3004.
We are Girl Scouts of Gateway
Council, where, we build girls
of courage, confidence and
character who make the world a
better place.
(Submitted by Sandra Caslow,
Kiah Coleman, Peggy. Marlatt,
Lynda Schladant and Destani
Shadrick.)


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First BaptiSt Church
in Raiford
will hold it's annual

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Preaching at I I am
by Rev. Ron Kimbrell, DOM,
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Kimbrell, New River Baptist
Association, at 11 a.m. The
Palmetto Ramblers will
provide music, with dinner on
the grounds to follow.

Santa Fe
Mennonite
Invitation

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







UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013


Reading" story time fun.
Children's Assistant







Shannon Chambers, Jessae ni







Emma Richardson.
Union County Public
Library's "Hats off to
Reading" story time fun.
(Pictured l-r) Chelsea
and Camryn Tempest,
Children's Assistant
Shannon Chambers, Jessa
Dekle, Sherry Skelton and
Emma Richardson.


(Above) Gavin Ward, Saige Waters, Carmyn and Breann
Barringer show off the tree craft they made during
storytime. Programs are finished for the spring but
summer programs for kids of all ages will begin inJune.
(At left) Emily Hann and Saige Waters help plant a tree in
honor of National Library Week.-
(Below) Members of the United States Forestry Division
brought Smokey the Bear to visit during story time at
the Union County Public Library. (1-r) Smokey and Jean
Waters shake hands.
Library staff thanked Tom Rowe, Mark Hamlin, Mark
Chapman, Jeremy Park, and Jay Tucker of the Forestry
Division for their help with the program.


Bake sale and
Bingo night
fundraiser set
The Worthington Springs
Senior's Activity program bake
sale fundraiser will be held at
Spires IGA Saturday, May 11,
from 8 a.m. until sold out.
Bingo night is set for Friday,
May 24, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the
Worthington Springs Community
Center. All ages, are invited to
attend. All proceeds benefit the
seniors of Worthington Springs.
Refreshments will be available
for purchase. Raffle tickets will
also be available for $1.
Activity programs are also held
on Monday and Wednesdays at
he community center from 10
a.m. to 3 p.m. A variety of games,
are available. Non-expensive
meals are also available to help
raise funds.


Veteran
Service Office
closed
The Union County Veteran,
Service office will be closed
Wednesday, May 8 for training.
The office will re-open on the
Wednesday, May 15. Normal
business hours are from 8:30
a.m. to noon every Wednesday.
Call 386-496-4248 for more
information.


34th annual
Lulu
homecoming
day set
The 341h annual Lulu
Homecoming Day is' set for
Saturday, May 4, at the Lulu
Community Center. Events will
begin at 10:30 a.m. and the lunch
will be held at 12:30 p.m. Bring
a. basket lunch for everyone in
your party. fBring lawn chairs
and come enjoy a day of games,
food, music and fellowship. A
quilt will be raffled off again this
year and t-shirts will be available
for purchase. An adult must
accompany all children who
attend'

Parrish
reunion set
The Parrish family reunion
will be held Sunday, May 19,
at the Lake Butler Community
Center. The reunion is usually
held on the first Sunday of May,
however, due to the availability
of the center, the date changed.


Brannen
reunion set
The Brannen family reunion
is set for the descendants
of Benjamin Franklin.. and
Temperance Brannen.. ''_The
reunion will be held Sunday,
April 28, at noon, at the Brannen-
house located at 220 N. Lake
Ave. Bring a covered dish.
For more information call Roy
Brannen at 904-284-3156.


Host an
exchange
student
World Heritage Student
Exchange Program, a non-profit,
public benefit organization,
is seeking local host families
for high school boys and girls
from Spain, Germany, Thailand,.
Norway, China, Russia, France,
the former Soviet Republics,
Denmark, Italy, Sweden and
more.
Host families are asked to
include the student as a member
of their family. Couples, single
parents, and families with and
without children in the home are
all encouraged to host. You can
choose a student for a semester
or for the school year.
Each World Heritage exchange
student is fully insured, brings:
his/her own personal spending.
money and expects to contribute
to his/her share of household
responsibilities, as well as.
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


James,

Griffis take

2nd, 5th at

state finals
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford High School's Phillip
James was the runner-up in the
199-pound class, while Union
County's Dustin Griffis placed
fifth in the 238-pound class at
the Florida High School Athletic.
Association Weightlifting Finals
on April 20 in Kissimmee.
James had a bench press of

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Phillip James took second
in the state in Class 1A's
199-pound class.


Bradford High's Samantha Cook qualified for the state
track and field finals in the shot put and the discus.

Cook earns 2 state

bids in track and field


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Of the regional qualifying
participants from Bradford and
Keystone Heights high schools,
only Bradford's Samantha Cook
will advance to state after she
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at the Region 1-2A track and
field finals at the Bolles School
in Jacksonville on April 18.
The top four finishers in
each event earned the right to
advance to th "FI6ridaHighli"
School Athletic Association
Finals, which will be held at the
University of North Florida's
Hodges Stadium in Jacksonville.
Cook placed third in the shot
put with a distance of 38-10,

See REGION, 8B


Atkinson, Cruce help lead Tornadoes

to 4-3 championship win over Indians


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Taylor Cruce's hard single
up the middle in the bottom of
the seventh inning scored Jaci
Atkinson and gave the Bradford
High School softball team a 4-3
win over Keystone Heights in
the District 5-4A championship
on April 19 in Fort White.
It was the first district title for
the Tornadoes (25-2) in 10 years.
Bradford will now host District
6 runner-up South Sumter in a
regional quarterfinal game on
Thursday, April 25, at 7 p.m.,
while Keystone will travel to
play District 6 champ Mount
Dora.
"It feels good," Bradford head
coach Daniel Davis said. "It's
amazing that it's been that long.
You don't think of it being that
long because we've had a lot
of success in the program, but
(championships are) hard to win
when you're in a district with
teams like Keystone and Santa
Fe. They're not easy to come by."
Cruce, who was 2-for-4 with
two RBI, said, "It feels really
great."
Bradford held a 3-0 lead, but
Keystone (12-11) evened the
score when Ashley Maynard hit
a three-run home run with two
outs in the top of the seventh.
The Indians did not even put
runners on base until after two
outs had been recorded, with
Kelsey Waters drawing a walk
and Morgan Gibbs hitting a
single.
Cruce said Maynard's home
run failed to discourage her.
When asked what was going
through her mind, Cruce said,
"That we were fine. We had
-.to- get one more out. Then w e
were in the dugout and we were
hitting."
Jaci Atkinson, who led off
Bradford's half of the seventh,
wasn't worried either.
"I was just ready to hit,"
Atkinson said. "I was determined
to stay aggressive the whole,


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Bradford High School won its first district championship in softball since 2003,
defeating Keystone Heights 4-3 to claim the 5-4A trophy. Pictured are: (front, I-r)
Sabina Watson, Lainie Rodgers, Jaci Atkinson, Mackenzie Gault, Taylor Cruce,
(back, I-r) Lindsey Wiggins, Ashton Adkins, Megan Farmer, Annie Luke, Taylor
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entire time and just do what I
needed to do to win."
Atkinson, who was 4-for-
4 and had half of Bradford's
overall hits, came through in a
big way, hitting a double into
left field. She moved to third
on Annie Luke's sacrifice bunt
before scoring on Cruce's hit.
"It feels very awesome--very,
very awesome," Atkinson said.
"I'm so excited."
Bradford pitcher Ashton
Adkins held the Indians to five
hits, but Keystone had runners
on base in every inning and put
the leadoff or second batter on in
four innings.
"We waited a little too late to
\v.ant it." Phillips said. "We had
our opportunities."
The Tornadoes got on the
board early, scoring their first
three runs in the first two
innings. Atkinson led off the
bottom of the first with an infield
single and moved to second on
Luke's bunt before taking third
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double to score Atkinson and put
Bradford up 1-0.
Cruce advanced to third on
a ground out by Davis before
scoring on a wild pitch.
Vanessa Munoz hit a' double
to lead off the top of the second
for Keystone, but she was left
stranded as Bradford recorded
three straight outs.
In the bottom of the second,
Atkinson hit a single that scored
Mackenzie Gault, who reached
on a fielder's choice, to put
Bradford up 3-0.
Keystone had two on with
not outs in the third, but second
baseman Gault fielded a ground
ball by Maynard and tagged
lead runner Gibbs out before
throwing to first to record the
out on Maynard. Waters, who
led off the inning with a single,
advanced to third, but was left
stranded when Kayla Walker
hit a pop-up to Gault to end the
inning.
Bradford had a chance to
build on its lead in the fifth.


Atkinson hit a bunt single to
lead off the inning, while Luke
was hit by a pitch. The Indians
were able to record two outs,
but the Tornadoes had runners
at the corners. Jordan Davis
drew a walk to load the bases,
but Adkins, after fouling off
numerous pitches to stay alive,
struck out to end the inning.
The Indians had only three hits
going into the seventh, but when
Waters reached on a walk to
lead off the inning, Phillips felt
confident her team could make
something happen. She said she
had a feeling Gibbs would get a
hit, which she did. That brought
Maynard up to bat, and though
she had been struggling at the
plate, Phillips said she couldn't
think of better player to have bat
in that situation. Phillips said she
told Maynard, "You're overdue.
You're going to do thiss"
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Jewels and Threads: one part of Brunson's busy life


BY TRACY LEE TATE
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
A life devoted to family and
church, as both a mother and
a pastor's wife-combined
with a love of learning and an
irresistible urge to stay busy-
form the inspiration behind local
resident Barbara Brunson's store,
Jewels and Threads.
Brunson was born in Tampa,
where she lived until her family
moved to Brandon when she
was 14. She led a busy life from
the start. Both her mother and
grandmother were active women
and passed on this love of
doing things to young Brunson.
Growing up, she learned to sew,
crochet and garden, and in the
process acquired a lifelong love
of creating beautiful and useful
things.
It was after moving to Brandon
that Brunson began to learn about
working with beads and creating
jewelry.


"A bead 'store opened up
locally and they offered classes,
so I took one," Brunson said.
"I was hooked and continued
to work with beads, teaching
myself techniques and learning
from books and magazines.
The original class I took is very
much like the one I teach now for
beginners."
Brunson met her future
husband, Larry, in high school,
but while they had classes
together, they didn't date until
after graduation and his entry
into the Marine Corps.
"We started writing to each
other while he was away, then
began dating when he came
home," Brunson said. "After
about a year we got married."
With her marriage Brunson
embarked on a series of life
adventures with her then pastor
husband. She served as a pastor's
wife and helper, a teacher and a
piano player, and also assisted in
running a mission in Tennessee.
She raised six children of her


Barbara Brunson, owner of Jewels and Threads,
works on an A-line dress in the sewing section of her
store.
own and numerous others she and Larry took in at various


times along the way. But despite
the often-hectic pace of her life,
she still found time to work at
her crafts.
"I had what I called my
10-minute projects," she
recalled. "I accomplished many
things in 10-minute increments,
working around my normal
household chores like cooking
and watching the kids."
When Larry had to retire from
the ministry for health reasons,
the couple moved to Starke
where Brunson could care for
both him and her mother..
"Both needed care, but not
constantly, so I had time on my
hands and decided that I would
like to open a shop," Brunson
said.
About four years ago she
rented a room at the Shoppes at
Thompson Street, then expanded
as her clientele grew. She
primarily sold jewelry she made
herself, and then began to branch
out into selling beading supplies
as well. Family obligations led


to her closing this shop about 2
years ago, but as soon as these
were resolved, she was rifight
back at it, renting a whole shop
of her own on Call Street.
Still called Jewels and
Threads, Brunson's new shop
offers an ever-expanding line
of beads, beading supplie-,
findings, wire and tools, but the
offerings don't stop there. Also
on hand is a constantly changing
collection of vintage and
handmade jewelry, along with 'a
few antiques and collectibles-to
add spice to the mix.
Brunson offers two jewelry
making classes, with a beginners
class that encourage mother/
daughter participation and, is
appropriate for single students
ages 12 and up. She also teaches
sewing and crochet. All classes
are taught by appointment.
"The classes I offer give people
easy and inexpensive ways to
spend their spare time, as welEs
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A Bradford County 4-H yard
sale on Saturday, April 27,
;will help support Colton
"-'Cromwell (above), who
:- qualified for the national
shotgun competition.

Bradford 4-H
yard sale
scheduled for
this Saturday

-The Bradford County 4-H
program will host a yard sale on
Saturday, April 27, from 8:30


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Hwy. 230, Starke


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a.m. until 1 p.m. in the Bradford
County Extension parking lot.
All proceeds will support the
4-H Shooting Sports youth, who
earned his way to the national
shotgun competition. Colton
Cromwell will represent 4-H in
July in North Dakota.
Hot dogs will also be sold to
support Cromwell.
Please call the Bradford
County 4-H office at 904-966-
6224 for more information.

College
for Kids
registration is
underway
Registration is underway for
the Santa Fe College Andrews
Center's annual College for Kids
and Jr. College for Kids programs,
which offer students a chance to
enroll in fun, educational classes
during the summer.
Jr. College for Kids, which
is open to rising first-fourth-
graders, will be held June 24-
28 from 8 a.m. until 11:55 a.m.
Some of the courses available
include Basket Making, the dog-
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Cook (learning to make treats
enjoyed by literary characters)
and the physical-activity-themed
Got Game and Wipe Out.
College for Kids, which
is open to rising fifth-ninth-
graders, will take place July
8-19 from 8:10 a.m. until 4:25
p.m. (Half-day sessions are also
offered from 8:10 a.m. until noon
or 12:35 p.m. until 4:25 p.m.)
Some of the courses available
include 3D Animation, American
Sign Language, Cool Science
Investigation, Jewelry Design,
cooking class Life on the Kitchen
Trail, Money Bootcamp, Got
Game, Tea Bag Art and Zumba.
Tuition is $95 for Jr. College
for Kids and $270 for College
for Kids. (Half-day tuition for
College for Kids is $135.)
To register, please call the
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5382, or stop by the center
Mondays-Thursdays from 8 a.m.
until 8 p.m. or Fridays from 8
a.m. until 4:30 p.m. You can also
register online at www.sfcollege.
edu. (Click on the Community
Education link, then the College
for Kids link.)

Starke Kiwanis
duck race set
for May 3

The Kiwanis Club of Starke's
annual duck race will be held
Friday, May 3, at 5:30 p.m. at
the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
Cash prizes are $200 for first
place, $150 for second and $100
for third.
Ducks are $2 each, or three
for $5.
You may purchase ducks from
any Kiwanis of Starke member
or by calling the Arc of Bradford
County at 904-964-7699.

Starke Rotary
Beast Feast
is May 18

Starke Rotary Club's sixth
annual Beast Feast will be
held Saturday, May 18, at the


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Bradford Sportsmen's Farm in
Graham, starting at 6 p.m.
There will be a live band,
drawing and auction items up for
bid, plus cash drawings using the
event tickets.
Tickets are $50 each and can
be purchased from any Rotarian
or at the Bradford County
Telegraph.
For more information, call
President Paul Sanders at 904-
769-4733, Jessie Myers at 352-
258-5292 or Kevin Miller at the
Telegraph at 904-964-6305.
Funds raised will help the
Starke Rotary Club support
scholarships for Santa Fe
College, the local Boy Scouts
troop, the Food Pantry, Rotary
International efforts in fighting
Polio and many other community
service projects throughout the
year.


with such events as Toys for
Tykes, vacation Bible school,
Strawberry Festival, Relay for
Life, First United Methodist
Church of Starke pumpkin
patch and making Thanksgiving
baskets. Moredock often
volunteered alongside Schmitt,
which is why Schmitt's family
feels Moredock is deserving of
the scholarship.
Schmitt passed away in
2005. Her family wanted to
do something in her memory,
so a scholarship was created
for BHS students who excel
in volunteerism- something
Schmitt devoted many hours to.
Money for the scholarships,
which are normally awarded
to current BHS students, is
raised through an auction held
in conjunction with the Schmitt
family's annual Christmas
gathering. Last year, enough
money was raised to award a
second scholarship. The family
decided to present the second


scholarship to a BHS graduate
who was attending college.
Moredock, who is in her second
semester of nursing school
at Hillsborough Community
College, has a four-year degree
in business administration from
the University of South Florida.

Concert for
'heroes' is
postponed

A planned April 27 concert
to benefit and honor Florida's
military members, veterans and
first responders at the Keystone
Heights Airport has been
postponed until Nov. 9.
The event, sponsored by the
Keystone Heights Airport and
the Florida National Guard
Foundation, will still feature
Montgomery Gentry.
For more information, please'
visit www.flheroes.org.


Creating bead
jewelry, like
this bracelet,
takes Barbara
Brunson hours
of meticulous
and precise
work.


Allison Moredock

Moredock
awarded
Schmitt
memorial
scholarship

Allison Moredock, the
daughter of Howe and Sue
Moredock of Starke, was
recently awarded the Ida Sue
Schmitt Memorial Scholarship,
which is presented by Schmitt's
family to Bradford High School
students and graduates.
Moredock is currently
attending nursing school in
Tampa. She has volunteered


BRUNSON
Continued from 2B
save themselves some money,"
Brunson said. "Learning to sew
is very economical. Even at the
most basic level, you can save
quite a bit of money over time
just knowing how to sew on lost
buttons and how to hem."
Despite her often busy
schedule, both at home and at
the store, Brunson still finds
time to keep up with her children
and their families. Many of her
children have followed in their
parents' footsteps and serve in
some capacity in the ministry,
but one has worked to actually


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"My second son, Jon, and his
wife, Gina, host the "Addicted
to the Outdoors" show on the
Outdoor Channel," Brunson
said. "They travel the world,
hunting and fishing for exotic
animals in fantastic locales."
Brunson is proud of her son's
success, as evidenced by an
ever-expanding wall in her store
of photos of him at work. Most
notable is a photo from about
eight years ago when he killed
the second largest alligator on
record in the state at that time;
just a hair under 15 feet in length.
Wife, mother, daughter and
businesswoman, Brunson takes
it all in stride; complaining only
about the lack of time to do
everything she wants to.
. 'I -love to do things and to
stay busy," Brunson said. "I
wish I had more time, but I
make the best of what I have. I
want to keep doing, learning and
growing for the rest of my life,
and that is what I'm doing here."
Jewels and Threads is located
at 106 W. Call St. in Starke. It
is open Monday through Friday
from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. The
phone number is 904-368-0665.
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Give thanks
to Girl Scout
leaders and
all they do

Dear Editor:
On April 22,2013, Girl Scouts
honored their volunteers on Girl
Scout Leader Appreciation Day
during National Volunteer Week.
Our dedicated leaders give of
their time on a weekly basis to
plan and lead fun, educational
Girl Scout troop meetings and
field trips. Whether it's teaching
them about health and wellness,
taking them on a caving
expedition or out to the stables to
learn to ride a horse, going to an
international fair to experience
different cultures, or creating
a space rocket out of paper, a
film canister and Alka-Seltzer,
Girl Scout leaders have creative
minds and caring hearts to share
with the girls. They dedicate
themselves year round to helping
girls grow into confident,
resourceful, young women.
As a Girl Scout staff, we have
seen first hand the positive effect
of volunteerism in several cities
and how Girl Scouts and their
leaders make a difference in our
community every day. For those
of you who have a daughter in Girl
Scouting, take a moment to think
about her leader. Think about
how at every meeting the leader
is there to help your daughter
experience new challenges and
gain new skills for the future.
Think about the amount of time
the leader devotes to preparing
for the meetings, while balancing
family, work, and other time
constraints.
Remember your Girl Scout
leader with,a note of thanks or a
personal phone call or greeting.
We would like to recognize and
thank all of the leaders from the
following service units: Alapaha
(Hamilton and Suwannee
counties), Bradford/Union, Chua
(Alachua, High Springs and
Newberry), Sawamish (Dixie,
Gilchrist and Levy counties),
Oke-We-No (Hawthorne,
Keystone and Melrose),
Columbia, Putnam, Gator Tracks
and Meadowlark (Gainesville),
and Lake Kanapaha (Gainesville,
Jonesville, Archer and
Micanopy).
You truly make a difference
in the lives of girls. I encourage
more people to follow in your
footsteps by volunteering with
the Girl Scouts. If you are
interested in joining the ranks of
these incredible leaders, please
contact us at 352-376-3004.
We are Girl Scouts of Gateway
Council, where we build girls
of courage, confidence and
character, who make the world a
better place.
Sincerely,
Sandra Caslow
Kiah Coleman
Peggy Marlatt
Lynda Schladant
Destani Shadrick


"Strawberry
story brings
back memories
Dear Editor:
I just finished reading James
Williams' extensive article
about strawberries being grown
in Florida and specifically in
and around Bradford County. I
enjoyed every paragraph, and
pleasant memories were evoked
as the names of various friends
(TJ. Griffin, Gene Matthews,
Doyle Conner) and schoolmates/
acquaintances (Buddy Norman,
Fay Durban) were mentioned.
During the mid-1930s to
1953, I was essentially raised by
and lived with my grandparents,
Thomas S. and Mary Williams,
on North Cherry Street in Starke,
across from the depot and
railroad tracks. My grandfather
was a produce agent and had a
large, covered packing shed and
platform adjacent to a railroad
spur between our house and the
depot. My grandfather never
owned a telephone, so all of his
buying and selling negotiations
with northern buyers were done
via telegram.
During the '30s and '40s,
local growers would bring their
produce in by horse and wagon
or truck, and my grandfather
would buy whatever amount
'they had. I remember that
most of the farmers brought
their strawberries in flats. My
grandfather's crew would place
the flats into what I would call
a shipping box, which had a
metal trough about 4-6 inches
wide and ran the length of the
box. It was as tall as the inside
'of the box. Ice was placed in
the trough to aid in cooling. The
flats were placed on each side


of the ice trough, and I estimate
that each box would hold two to
four crates of berries. A rather
heavy wooden lid was then
placed on the shipping box and
the top bolted down with a nut at
each comer of the box. (I think
some of these type boxes are
shown in one of the pictures that
appears with Williams' article,
and looks as though it was taken
at the Farmers Market.)
These boxes of berries were
then moved into refrigerated
railroad boxcars, which had
been located on the spur, and
my grandfather would contact
the ice house. Ice trucks with
scissor-lift beds would come and
park next to the boxcars. Men
from the ice plant would get
on top of the boxcars and drag
ice blocks, weighing hundreds
of pounds, from the truck bed
and chip it into smaller blocks
before dropping it into openings
at each end of the boxcar. It
would take several loads of ice
to accommodate one refrigerated
boxcar.
After the boxcar was "iced,"
and after the berries or other
produce was loaded, the boxcar
doors were shut, sealed and sent
to northern consumers.
Respectfully submitted,
Oliver H. Aspinwall Jr.
Class of 1953, BHS


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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING AN AMENDMENT
TO THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3248, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations
and comments concerning the
amendment, as described below, will
be heard by the Planning and Zoning
Board of Bradford County, Florida,
serving also as the Local Planning
Agency of Bradford County, Florida,
at a public hearing on May 6, 2013
at 6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter
as the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting Room,
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke,
Florida.
Z 13-01, an application by Green &
Kupperman, Inc, as agent for William
F. Shafnacker, to amend the Official
Zoning Atlas of the Land Development
Regulations by changing the zoning
district from AGRICULTURAL-1 (A-
1) to INDUSTRIAL (I) on property


described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
32, Township 6 South, Range 20
East, Bradford County, Florida.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast
corner of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section 32;
thence North 8958'00" West, along
the South line of the Northeast 1/4
of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
32, a distance of 1,332.16 feet to the
West right-of-way line of State Road
231; thence South 00001'00" West,
along the West right-of-way line of
said State Road 231, a distance
of 6.48 feet to the intersection with
the North right-of-way of a 24 foot
natural gas main line and the Point
of Beginning; thence North 89"40'10"
West, parallel with the said 24 foot
gas main, a distance of 1,294.35
feet; thence North 6604'10" West,
parallel with the said 24 foot gas
main, a distance of 28.34 feet; thence
North 00"01'00" East, parallel with
said State Road 231, a distance of
318.65 feet; thence. South 8940'10"
East, parallel with said 24 foot gas
main, a distance of 1,320.00 feet to
the intersection with the said West
right-of-way line of said State Road
231; thence South 00'01'00" West,
along the West right-of-way of said
State Road 231, a distance of 330.00
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Containing 10.00 acres, more or less.
The public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any


interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearing
shall be announced during the
public hearing and that no further
notice concerning the matter will 6e,
published, unless said continuation.
exceeds six calendar weeks from the"
date of the above referenced publiC;,
hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect, to
the amendment.
Copies of the- amendment are
available for public inspection at,
the Office of the Director of Zonirng'
County Courthouse located at 945'
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made-'
at the above referenced public
hearings they will need a record
of the proceedings, and that, for
such purpose, they may need to
ensure that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact 352.463.3169 (Voice &
TDD) or via Florida Relay Service
800.955.8771.
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counties:
.~rin April Adams, 32, of
Sthrke was arrested April 19 by
Bradford deputies for an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
akti$4,000 and she was released
April 19.


Christopher Ballou, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 20 by Clay deputies for
petit theft, obstructing justice,
trespassing on school grounds
and resisting an officer.
James Allen Bettinger,
27, of Hampton was arrested
April 17 by Bradford deputies
for burglary and aggravated
assault-weapon. Bond was set
at $45,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
John Brown, 34, of Lawtey
was arrested April 17 by
Clay deputies for a probation
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Starke was arrested April 16 by
Bradford deputies for possession
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Brandon Gene Cox, 32, of
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21, of Starke was arrested
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remained in jail at press time.
Tyrone Avlon Guion, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 17 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license and
possession of marijuana. He
remained in jail at press time.
Tracy Pentland Harper, 48, of
Florahome was arrested April 21
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
SBond was set at $2,000 and she
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Michael Christopher Hart,
30, of Starke was arrested April
21 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana. He was
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Timothy D. Howard, 23, of
Hampton was arrested April 22
by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released April
22.
Joshua Wayne Johns, 34, of
Starke was arrested April 21 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$11,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Jonathan Jason Joyner, 37, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
21 by Starke police for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
Joshua Kwmane Keith, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 18 by Union deputies for
a probation violation.
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Kayley Marie McKeithen, 20,
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Albert James Simmons, 27, of
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remained in jail at press time.
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Thorold Bement

Thorold

Bement
' KINGSPORT, TENN.-Tom
Bement, 94, died Sunday, April 14,
2013.
;r He originally lived and worked
on the family farm in Centerville,
Pa., before moving with his wife
:and children to Starke, in 1960.
. He retired in 1982 from Florida
State Prison. After that, he had
an almost 30-year career as a bail
bondsman. After living in Starke for
46 years, they moved to Kingsport,
.Tenn., in 2007.
' Tom is survived by: his wife
of 70 years, Bea (Calco) Bement;
children Gary (Sylvia) Bement of
Kingsport, Greg (Tina) Bement of
'Kingsport and Teri (Bob) Nicklin of
Jacksonville Beach; five grandsons;
.and 10 great-grandchildren.
: A celebration of life service was
held on April 19 with his son, Pastor
Gary R. Bement, officiating.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be sent to Preston Place Assisted
Living, Activities Department, at
2001 John B. Dennis Highway,
Kingsport, TN 37660.


Janice Browning-Darden
Janice

Browning-

Darden
PINE LAKE AT PENIEL-
Janice Apaula Nichols Browning-
Darden of Pine Lake at Peniel, near
Palatka, was called into eternal rest
on Monday evening, April 15,2013,
after an extended illness.
Janice was born in Georgia to
Paul and Myrtle Knight Nichols.
After graduating from high school,
she earned her bachelor's and mas-
ter's degrees in education from
the University of Florida. Janice
touched many lives during her 34-
year career as an educator. While a
teacher, she was credited with sav-
ing a child's life, and was Teacher
of the Year at Mellon School, where
she was nominated by its princi-
pal, the late Samuel Baxter. While
an administrator, she served as an
evaluator for the Florida Associa-
tion of Colleges and Schools and
was selected as District II Director
(covering 18 counties) in the Florida
Association of Elementary School
Principals. In the 1960s, she also
taught civil defense classes for the
general public and adult education
classes for Hudson (Georgia-Pacif-
ic) employees who were pursuing a
diploma.
Janice was a member of two edu-
cational societies. In Delta Kappa
Gamma, an international society of
key women educators, she served
two consecutive terms as president
of its local chapter (Alpha Sig-
pna). She was also a past member of
Alpha Delta Kappa.
Janice was a benefactor of Pal-
6tka's David Browning Railroad
Museum, which was dedicated by
the Palatka city commission on
Sept. 24, 1993. Janice was active
In Peniel Baptist Church, where she
had been a member since 1964. She
served in many capacities.
, Janice was preceded in death by
her parents and by her younger sis-
ter, Judith Nichols Byrd.
Survivors include: her husband,
OGrady Carlisle Darden III of Pe-
iiel; two daughters, Janice Deanna
Browning of Gainesville and Re-


becca Browning Altman of Peniel;
two grandsons, Alexander David
Altman and Eric Samuel Altman
of Peniel; one granddaughter, Erin
Marie Browning-Paine of Gaines-
ville; and two nephews, Augustus
Bedford "Bugs" Byrd IV of Palm
Coast and Austin Bevan Byrd of
Colorado.
A home-going service was held
on April 20 at Peniel Baptist Church
in Palatka, with Revs. Benny Reyn-
olds, Leroy Lewis, Lester Jenkins
and Bill Wing officiating. Interment
followed at Peniel Cemetery.
Friends may sign the online
guestbook at www.themastersfuner-
alhomes.com. Memorial gifts may
be sent to Peniel Baptist Church (for
the building fund), 5227 Silver Lake
Drive, Palatka, FL 32127, or Delta
Kappa Gamma (for the scholarship
fund), P.O. Box 1132, Palatka, FL
32178.
Masters Funeral Home of Palatka
is in charge of arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY

Carol Cassista
LAKE BUTLER-Carol Anne
Combee Cassista, 62, of Lake But-
ler died Tuesday, April 16, 2013, at
Shands at the University of Florida
after an extended illness.
She was born in Tifton, Ga., on
April 21, 1950, to the late James C.
and Phoebia Randolph. She lived
most of her life in the Lakeland area
until she moved to Lake Butler five
years ago. She was an insulation
person in the construction industry
for many years.
She was preceded in death by: her
loving husband, Gary J. Cassista;
and her brother, James F. Randolph.
She is survived by: her daughter,
Shannon C. Combee of Lake Butler;
sons Jason P. Combee and Jonathan
Combee, both of Lakeland; and sis-
ter Marsha L. Randolph of Lake-
land.
There are no scheduled funeral
services at this time.
Archer, Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of all the arrange-
ments.


Harold Chandler

Harold

Chandler
CHIEFLAND-Harold Keith
Chandler, 53, died April 16, 2013,
at Malcom Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville after a long
illness.
He was born Dec. 2, 1959, in
Bitburg, Germany, where his father
was stationed at the Army base. He
went into the Army in 1977 and
received his GED in 1981. He re-
ceived his certificate in automotive
body repair at Indiana Vocational
Technical College in 1992 and
worked at Douglass Equipment in
Lake Butler for 10 years.
He was. preceded in death by: his
parents, Margaret Robertson (Chan-
dler/Schemerhorn) and Vernon
Chandler; fathers-in-law Edward
Andrews and Green Clem; and two
brothers, Joseph and John Chandler.
He is survived by: his wife of 24
years, Peggy Sue Chandler; brother
William (Bill) Alice Chandler of
Jonesboro,Ind.; sisters Donna Craig
and Crystal Chandler, both from
Newcastle Ind.; and stepson Roy
Britt Jr. of Ohio.
A memorial service will be held


Saturday, May 4, at 1 p.m. at the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-
Day Saints in Chiefland.

Clifford

Cooper
MELROSE-Clifford J. (Jack)
Cooper, 68, died on Saturday, April
20, 2013, at his home in Melrose.
The son of Clifford L. and Evelyn
Cooper, he was born in Flint, Mich.,
on March 19, 1945. He moved to
Venice, in 1973, where he met and
married his wife. He enlisted in the
United States Marine Corps and
served in Vietnam. He was a mem-
ber of Community Church in Key-
stone Heights.
He is survived by: his wife,
Becky; daughter Anissa Emery; sis-
ter Carol Crip; and brother Jim (No-
rene) Cooper.
A private memorial service will
be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Morning Funeral Home of Mel-
rose.

Francis Crews
OLD TOWN-Mr. Francis Bry-
ant "Frank" Crews, 91, of Old Town
passed away Friday, April 19, 2013,
following a brief illness.
Mr. Crews was born on Nov. 13,
1921, in Lawtey to the late Marion
L. Crews Sr. and Martha (Wilkin-
son) Crews. He moved to Old Town
from Safety Harbor in 1985 follow-
ing an engineering career with the
Florida Department of Transporta-
tion, and later was partial owner
of and worked with Campbell Pav-
ing Company in Clearwater. Frank
served in the United States Navy
during World War II and was a
member of First United Methodist
Church in Old Town. He enjoyed
spending time with his family, gar-
dening, bee keeping, reading and
studying the Bible, and was a ser-
vant of God.
He was preceded in death by:
siblings M.L. Crews Jr., Herbert
Crews, Delyne Pearson and Esther
Harrell.
Survivors are: his wife of 68
years, Winnie (Warren) Crews of
Old Town; daughters Susan Crews
(Tim) Kirkhart of Lakeland and
JoAnne Crews (Charles) Howard
of Clearwater; sons James (Lau-
ra) Crews of Starke and Andrew
(Donna) Crews of Safety Harbor;
sisters Sarah (the late Charlie) Al-
bert of Jacksonville and Grace (the


late Gary) Buckley of Keystone
Heights; 14 grandchildren; and 14
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
April 24 at First United Methodist
Church of Old Town with Pastor
Carl Rainear officiating. Interment
followed at Long Branch Cemetery
in Clay Hill.
For those who desire, contribu-
tions may be made to First United
Methodist Church of Old Town,
25633 S.E. Highway 19, Old Town,
FL 32680.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
Online condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.
PAID OBITUARY


DeShawn Ford
DeShawn Ford
STARKE-DeShawn J. Ford,
16, of Starke died Sunday, April 21,
2013.
Born in Gainesville on July 27,
1995, he was a lifelong resident of
Starke. He was a member of New
Bethel Baptist Church and a 10"'-
grade student of Bradford High
School of Starke.
He is survived by: his father,
Zurney Shawn Ford of Orlando;
mother Shonda Chandler of Starke;
stepsisters Shakyra Ford and D'nyia
Ford, both of Orlando; grandparents
Norman Easley and Sandra Risby
of Starke; and great-grandmother
Estella-Kate McDougal of Starke.
Funeral services will be held
at 11 a.m on Saturday, April 27,
at New Bethel Baptist Church of
Starke with Rev. Everett Brown
conducting the services. Interment
will be held in Oddfellow Cemetery
in Starke under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home Inc. of Starke.
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The cortege will form at the
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Lawtey Road in Starke.

Diane Hardy
WESLEY CHAPEL-- s. Di-
ane Ruth Hardy, 65, of Wesley
Chapel, and formerly of the Starke
area, passed away Sunday, April 21,
2013, at Gulf Side Regional Hos-
pice in Zephyrhills.
Ms. Hardy was born Feb. 21,
1948, in Gainesville to the late
Douglas Price and Doris (Hinson)
Hardy. Prior to her retirement, she
was a security guard for the Rain-
bow Casino in Mississippi.
Ms. Hardy was preceded in death
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Wesley Chapel and Douglas Price
(Kelly) Cockerham of Bartow;
siblings, Dorothy (Roger) Jones,
Dudley Price (Beverly) Hardy and
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Ms.. Hardy also leaves behind: her
grandchildren, Ty Carver, Finn
Carver, Jacob Cockerham, Caleb
Cockerham and Ainsly Cockerham;
and many nieces and nephews.
A graveside service will be held
on Monday, April 29, at 1 p.m.:at
Hope Cemetery with Pastor Donnie
Lott officiating.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Hospice in Zeph-
yrhills, 5760 Dean Dairy Road,
Zephyrhills, FL 33541-0751.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.
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a wicked bridge player. Her favor-
ite city was London. Her favorite
island was Green Turtle Cay, an4
she believed the Napa Valley--tliht
place and the people-to be among
the loveliest places on earth. Sho
was an accomplished cook who en-
joyed entertaining, and guests coulk
always count on good food, lively
conversation and great wine.
She was an involved and tenaL
cious mother, loving grandmother,
devoted daughter and wife. Sh
was a loving and loyal friend wh9
never, betrayed a confidence. She
was blessed to have many lifelong
friends, who together raised their
children, buried their dead and
shared their joys and sorrows alike'.
Hers was a life well lived.
Joanne is survived by: her lov-
ing husband of 54 years, Charles;
her three children, Suzanne and her
husband, Craig, Charlene and hdr
husband, Dean, and her son, John;
her very special girl, granddaugh-
ter Bailey; her sister Susan and her
husband, John; her brother Tom;
her sister Flo (predeceased) and
her husband, Mike (predeceased);
and seven nieces and nephews and
their precious families, whom she
enjoyed so much, and many very
special friends.
Memorial services will be held at
11 a.m. on Thursday, April 25, at the
Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
in Jacksonville with Rev. Mal Jo-
pling officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made in her merm-
ory to the Episcopal Church of the
Redeemer or Mayo Clinic Jackson-
ville, Department of Development,
4500 San Pablo Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32224.
PAID OBITUARY




The family of Stanley
West wishes to express
their appreciation for all
the acts of kindness from J
friends, family, Haven
Hospice of Lake City,
Archer Funeral Home,
Bro Roger Orton, (Bible
Baptist Church, Starke). A
special thanks to our
church family, Faith
Baptist. A heartfelt
thanks, to Brother RalphJ
Durham, for his support
during this journey. Until
we see you again: Psalms
23.
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We would like to express
our sincere gratitude for
all of the kind and
thoughtful words, flowers,'
andfood that you all
contributed. It is difficult
to put our thoughts into
words, but we deeply
appreciate your
expressions of sympathy
at a time when these
things mean so much. The,
support we have received ,
and the knowledge that
Shane touched so many
lives will help sustain us
in the difficult time ahead.,
We know Shane would
appreciate your kind
gestures.
Thank you again for all
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sincere regards,
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Retired State Troopers Fund or the
Parkinson's Disease Foundation in
Mr. Roberts' name.
Following his cremation, intern-
ment will be in Morven, Ga., at a
later date.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner Fu-
neral Services of Starke. Visit
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I LAKE BUTLER-Micael
WIayne Holley, 50, of Lake Butler,
died at his home Sunday, April 21,
2013. He was born in Jacksonville,
lived in Lake Butler most of his life.
;He was a truck driver. He was pre-
ceded in death by his mother, Judith
.C Holley and brother, Shane Hol-
-ley.
SHe is survived by: sons, Michael
Evan Holley and Cameron Holley
both of Lake City; father, Frank
Holley of Lake Butler; brother;
'Steve (April) Holley, of Texas; and
sister, Christel Holley of Lake But-
ler.
Graveside Funeral Services will
be held Thursday, April 25, at 11:00
AM at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Lake
Butler with Rev. Terry Elixson of-
ficiating. There will be no visitation,
burial will follow under the care of
Archer Funeral Home of Lake But-
ler.

David Lansford
SLAKE CITY-David Glynn
Lansford, 39, of Lake City died
Thursday, March 28, 2013, in Var-
nville, S.C., after a lengthy illness.
He was born in Frankfort, Ger-
many, but lived most of his life in
Lake City. He was a lead aircraft
inechanic at Timco, liked to fish,
and enjoyed family activities, espe-
cially watching his son play base-
ball.
He was preceded in death by: lhis
son, Joshua Lansford.
Survivors include his wife, Tam-
my (Williams) Lansford of Lake
City; his parents, Glynn Lansford
and Brenda (Stiles) Ream; three
sons, Charlie Lansford of Macclen-
hy and Joseph and Devin Corrao,
both of Lake City; two daughters,
Kali Corrao and Evelyn Lansford,
both of Lake City; two brothers,
Brian Lansford of Gainesville and
Ben Lansford of Alabama; and.one
sister, Jennifer Lansford of Ohio.
SMemorial services were held on
April 3 at the chapel of Gateway-
Forest Lawn Funeral Home of Lake
City. Please send words of comfort
0o the family at Wvww.gatewayfor-
estlawn.com.
PAID OBITUARY


Betty Lee
'etty Lee
SSTARKE-Betty Mae Lee,
&ae 81, of Starke, passed away on
.T uesday, April 16, 2013 at North
:lorida Regional Medical Center.
.She was born in Dinuba, Calif. on
-June 2, 1931 to the late Henry Cex-
,,ton and Margaret Ertmode-Cexton.
SBetty has been a resident of Brad-
ford County for over sixty years
after moving from Calif. She was
a member of Bethel Baptist Church
aind she retired from the Bradford
County School System in'1985 after
7, years of employment. She spent
most of her life as a homemaker
Where she enjoyed crocheting. She
was preceded in death by: her hus-
band of 64 years, Maurice Alfred
Lee; her brother, Edward Cexton;
and her son-in-law, Clarence Lang.
She is survived by: her chil-
dren, Marilyn Lee Lang of Clay


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Hill, Ricky (June) Lee of Starke,
and Robert (Robin) Lee of Starke;
her sister, Delores Morgan; her six
grandchildren and five great grand-
children.
Funeral services were held on
April 19, at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastors Gary Melvin
and Jason Cain officiating. Inter-
ment followed at Kingsley Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements are under
the care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke
Visit archietannerfuneralservices.
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book.
PAID OBITUARY

Robert

Melanson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Rob-
ert Lawrence Melanson, 70, of
Keystone Heights died at his home
Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
He was born on Sept. 27, 1942, in
Tewksbury, Mass., and was of the
Catholic faith. Prior to retirement,
he was a construction worker, and
he had also retired from Motorola
following 25 years of service.
He was preceded in death by: his
wife of 41 years, Patricia Melanson,
in 2010.
He is survived by: his son, Jay
(Abby) Melanson of Keystone
Heights; siblings Richard Melan-
son and Beverly LaMarco; and two
stepgrandchildren.
The family will have a private
memorial service at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to the Humane Soci-
ety of your choice.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


Otis was preceded in death by his
loving wife, Mary Margaret, and
his close friend and wingman from
World War 11, Burton Henry of Ma-
rine Fighter Squadron VMF-218.
He is survived by his sister, Geor-
gia Karcher of Illinois; his daugh-
ter, Barbara Jane Bawek (John) of
Starke; his son, Robert A. Millen-
bine (Lynne) of Charleston S.C.;
and three grandchildren, Brenda B.
Thornton (Donald) of Starke, Paul
A. Bawek (Dottie) of Tallahassee,
and Stephanie M. van der Horst
(Erik) of Charleston, S.C. His great-
estjoy was having nine great grand-
children: Nathan, Jessica, Nicholas,
Morgan, Tori, Brian, Natalie, Chris-
topher and Jack.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Palatka Bridge Club
or St. Williams Catholic Church. A
graveside service will be held Mon-
day, April 29, 2013, at 11:30 a.m.
at the Florida National Cemetery in
Bushnell with Full Military Honors.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY


Stella Morse
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Stella
F. Morse, 72, of Keystone Heights
died on Sunday, April 7, 2013, in
Palatka.
She was born Sept. 11, 1940, in
Vincennes, Ind., and was a lifelong
resident of Florida. She was pre-
ceded in death by: her sister, Pattie
Goodwin; brother, Ed Brown; and
parents, Etta Irene (Robinson) and
Claude A. Brown.
She is survived by: her two sons,
William (Bill) Dale Jr. and Daniel
(Penny) Morse of Defuniak Springs;
her daughter, Debra (Bruce) Rush-
ing of Diamondhead Miss.; five
grandchildren; four great-grandchil-
dren; a sister, Sharon Peach; and
brother, Richard (Dick).
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests -that donations be made in her
name to the Lupus Foundation.
St. Johns Family Funeral Home
of St. Augustine, was in charge of
arrangements.


Festival and governor-appointed
chairman of the Virginia Chamber
of Commerce Industrial Develop-
ment Committee. He served on
several boards of the Boca Raton
Rotary Club, culminating with serv-
ing as president in 1985. During his
service, the club was honored to win
the district governor's award for all
four areas of service and the weekly
bulletin. He was a two-time Paul
Harris Fellow.
In his church, he was active on
the vestry in several locations, hav-
inig served as senior warden at Trini-
ty Episcopal Church of Melrose. He
was an usher, taught Sunday school
and was director of education. He
was also a member of the Cursillo
Community.
Survivors include: three sons,
W. Slade (Brooke) O'Brien, James
M. O'Brien and Patrick T. (Tracey)
O'Brien; three grandchildren, Sulli-
van, Miles and Greyson, all of Boca
,Raton; a sister, Kathleen (Gerald)
Henderson of Gulf Breeze; and nu-
merous nieces, nephews, grandniec-
es and grandnephews.
Funeral services will be held at
11 am. on Saturday, April 27, under
the guidance of St. Gregory Episco-
pal Church in Boca Raton. Inter-
ment will follow immediately in the
St. Gregory Columbarium.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Polycystic Kidney
Disease Foundation (800-753-2873)
or to Hospice by the Sea, Boca Ra-
ton, FL (561-395-5031).
PAID OBITUARY


Joanne Sawyer
Joanne Sawyer
JACKSONVILLE-Joanne
Slade Sawyer, 75, passed away
peacefully on Tuesday morning,
April 23, 2013.
She was born on April 10, 1938,
to Flora and Tom Slade, and soon
moved to Starke, where she gradu-
ated from Bradford County High
School. She met her husband, Char-
lie, while attending Emory Uni-
versity. They married and settled
in Jacksonville, where they raised
three, well-loved children together.
Throughout her life, Joanne was
a great believer in community trust-
eeship and was both very active and
very successful in her choices of
where to serve. She was a natural
leader, consensus builder and high-
ly organized. Her accomplishments
are extensive. Over the years she
served as Leadership Jacksonville
president, was a PTA president,
president of an award-winning Ju-
nior Women's Club, president of
the Women's Society of Christian
Service, and was awarded a life-
time membership for her service.
She was president of the Women's
Guild of the Children's Museum,
which included oversight of the
"Nutcracker" ballet and the annual
haunted house. She was chair of the
Bolles School Jubilee Auction, was
, a Scout leader and a Sunday,;school
teacher.
Joanne served on the l4thj -
ist Hospital board of directors,
served on the United Way board
on the analysis and distribution
side, served on the Urban League
board, was secretary of the Jack-
sonville Chamber's Community
Affairs board, servedon the Deer-
wood Country Club board and was
originator and editor of ''Table
Treasures," a cookbook marketing
tool for the National Propane Gas
Association.
She was the originator and au-
thor of a drug education and testing
program for private-sector employ-
ees, which became the Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce's highly
successful Put Drugs Out of Busi-
ness program, which trained some
350,000 employees in northeast
Florida. For this program, Joanne
was honored to receive the Citizen'
of the Year Award from the Federal
Bureau of Investigation.
Joanne believed life was an
amazing journey and participated
passionately in everything that held
interest. As a high school student,
she lived and worked with mission-
aries in pre-Castro Cuba, was the
sweetheart of Sigma Chi fraternity
at Emory (where she lured Charles)
and a member of Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority. She was a competi-
tive tennis player with the Deer-
wood City championship teams,
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Donald

Roberts
STARKE-Retired State Troop-
er Sgt. Donald C. Roberts, 71, of
Starke, passed away Tuesday, April
16, 2013, at- the E.T.:York Hospice
Care Center in Gainesville.
He was born on Jan. 13, 1942, in
Madison to the late William Cullen
Roberts and Ellen Judy Moore-Rob-
erts. Mr. Roberts was a member of
Keystone United Methodist Church
and was a car and motorcycle en-
thusiast. Mr. Roberts was a veteran
of the United States Air Force and
spent 30 years in law enforcement
with the Florida Highway Patrol.
He also served as safety director
with Patco Trucking Company for
14 years.
He was preceded in death by:
his grandparents, Charlie Roberts,
Emma Dawkins Roberts, Elmer
Bryant Moore and Ada Mae Scrug-
gs Moore; and stepgrandmother
Blanche Stewart Moore.
He is survived by: his loving wife
of 51 years, Claire Cox Roberts; his
four children, Kathryfi Paige (Brian)
Lingold, Shian A; (David) Sparks,
Don (Cindy) Roberts Jr. and Ann-
Carol Hopkins; his sisters Floyce
Judy Roberts (James) Hunt and
Carol Jean Roberts (Larry) Byrd;
and eight grandchildren, Cassan-
dra Sparks, James Lingold, Tyler
Hopkins, Shelby Hopkins, Michael
Lingold, Dalton Roberts, Andrew
Lingold and Chase Roberts.
Memorial services were held
April 19 at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds.
In lieu of flowers, the family re-
quests that donations be made to the


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Medical Center in Gainesville after
a short illness, with his family at his
side.
Otis was born in' Dahlgren, Ill.,
on Aug. 13, 1921. He was the son of
the late George and Eva Millenbine.
After high school, Otis worked for
the Caterpillar Company. In 1942
he joined the Marine Corps to de-
fend the country. He also met and
married the love of his life, Mary
Margaret Baumann (Marge). They
were married for 65 years.
He served in the Phillipines dur-
ing World War II, as well as in the
Korean and Vietnam conflicts. He
was awarded numerous medals, in-
cluding three Distinguished Flying
Crosses and 11 Air Medals. He re-
tired from the United States Marine
Corps as a pilot following 27 years
of honorable service in 1969. Upon
retirement, he and Marge opened
a small business in Orlando, The
Ball O' Yarn, which was a success-
ful enterprise for 22 years. In 1991,
they moved to Melrose, spent time
playing Bridge at the Palatka Bridge
Club and enjoying their grandchil-
dren. He was a member of St. Wil-
liams Catholic Church.


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Michael

O'Brien
BOCA RATON-Michael Wil-
liam O'Brien, 73, of Boca Raton,
and formerly of Starke and Melrose,
died peacefully Tuesday, April 16,
2013, after an extended illness.
He was born Feb. 20, 1940, in
Miami.
O'Brien was a state champion
high jumper at Coral Gables high
School. He attended Florida State
University, on a track scholarship,
where he met his wife of 48 years,
Flora Slade, of Starke, whom has
preceded him in death.
He was the retired owner and
president of O'Brien Environmen-
tal Services Inc., an environmental
equipment and construction compa-
ny. O'Brien was active in numerous
civic affairs. In Winchester, Va., he
was chairman of the Northern Vir-
ginia National Foundation March
of Dimes, chairman of the Junior
Chamber of Commerce, informa-
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to advance to

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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor

Bradford High School scored
eight runs in the first inning en
route to defeating Williston 10-0
in four and a half innings in the
semifinals of the District 5-4A
softball tournament at Fort White
High School on April 18.
The Tornadoes got three
straight RBI doubles from Taylor
Cruce, Lainie Rodgers and


Jordan Davis as part of a first
inning that gave pitcher Ashton
Adkins plenty of runs to work
with. Adkins gave up one hit and
no walks, while striking out 11.
Williston's Summer Damiano
led off the game by reaching base
on an error, but Adkins recorded
three straight strikeouts.
It was the same start to the
bottom half of the inning as
Bradford leadoff batter Jaci
Atkinson reached on an error,
but Bradford, unlike'-Williston,
did not go down quietly. The
three doubles by Cruce, Rodgers
and Davis put the Tornadoes
up 3-0, with Davis eventually
scoring on Mackenzie Gault's
single. Lindsey Wiggins and


Bradford's
Jaci Atkinson
(left) prepares
to slide safely
back to second
during the
Tornadoes'
10-0 win over
Williston in the
District 5-4A
semifinals.





Megan Farmer each singled
before Atkinson reached on an
error again, which scored three
runs. Annie Luke then singled,
with Atkinson scoring on the
throw.
Bradford added two more
runs in the second. Davis drew
a leadoff walk and scored after
Adkins hit a double. Alexis
Shealey, a courtesy runner for
Adkins, scored on a sacrifice fly
by Wiggins.
Adkins recorded three straight
strikeouts in the top of the fifth
to end the game via the mercy
rule.
Rodgers, who hit two doubles,
and Gault each finished 2-for-3
at the plate.


Keystone
shortstop
Kayla Walker
receives the
ball from
second
baseman
Vanessa Munoz
to record an
out at second
base. Left
fielder Lyndsay
Johnson is
pictured in the
background.


Big 6th inning

lifts KHHS to

semifinal win

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor

Keystone Heights High School
scored four runs in the bottom
of the sixth to break a 1-1 tie
and defeat Santa Fe 5-1 in the
semifinals of the District 5-4A
softball tournament on April 18
at Fort White High School.
Santa Fe evened the score
in the top of the fourth, taking
advantage of a leadoff single
and an error before scoring on a
ground out to second.
The Indians went three up,


TITLE.
Continued from 1B


deflating blow to last year's
team. However, over the last few
weeks of this season, Davis said
he has seen "things click" with
his young team that is composed
mostly of sophomores.
"I was just happy to see
our team come back, stay up
and push, a run across in the
bottom of the seventh," Davis
said. "That was good to see.
Hopefully, that's the maturation
of our team. Last yer, I think in
that situation we fold and end up
losing the ball game.
"I think that shows a little bit
of growth by us, and that's great
to see."
Perhaps things will play out
like last season. After playing
each other for the district
championship, Bradford and
Keystone met up again in the
second round of the regional
playoffs. That would happen
this year if each team wins its
April 25 quarterfinal game.
Bradford would host Keystone
in a semifinal game on Tuesday,
April 30, at 7 p.m.
If Bradford defeats South
Sumter, and Keystone loses
to Mount Dora, the Tornadoes
would travel to play Mount Dora
on April 30. If Keystone defeats


three down in bottom of the
fourth and in the fifth, but got
their leadoff batter on in the sixth
when Morgan Gibbs drew a
walk. After one out, Gibbs stole
second before Kayla Walker
doubled. Lyndsay Johnson was
hit by a pitch to load the bases,
while Vanessa Munoz drew a
walk to send Gibbs home with
the tie-breaking run.
A single by Taylor Morris
put the Indians up 3-1. Cece
Buckley was hit by a pitch to
load the bases before an error
on Kristen Wood's infield pop-
up put another two runs on the
board.
The Raiders put two on with
no outs in the seventh. Savannah
Jerkins was hit by a pitch,



Mount Dora, and Bradford loses
to South Sumter, the Indians


while Megan Strickland hit a
hard grounder between third
and short for a single. Ashtin
Stricklin then ground out to
Munoz at second for the first
out, while third baseman Wood
fielded a ground ball by Shelbee
Blackburn and threw Jerkins out
at home.
Pitcher Kelsey Waters
recorded her fifth strikeout to
end the game.
Waters gave up four hits in
earning the win.
Morris was the only Keystone
batter with more than one hit.
She was 2-for-3.
Maynard, who hit a double to
lead off the Indians' half of the
first, scored the first run on an
error on Gibbs' sacrifice.


would host South Sumter on
April 30.


REGION
Continued from 1B

which was 1 foot shy of the
distance posted by regional
runner-up Tia Bass of Marianna
and more than 2 feet better than
fourth-place finisher Aeon West
of Florida High. Eastside's
Shadayz Bullock won the event
with a distance of 42-7.
In the discus, Cook finished
fourth with a throw of 111-10,
which earned her the last state-
qualifying spot ahead of Forrest's
Deshonda Pridgeon, who had a
throw of 105-7.
Godby's Bernici Holifield
won the discus with a distance
of 138-3, followed by Godby's
Edrienne Williams (119-6) and
Florida High's Symone Holliday
(117-9).
Cook will compete in the Class
2A finals Saturday, April 27, with
the shot put even beginning at 1
p.m. and the discus beginning at
3 p.m.
Bradford's next closest state
qualifiers were Kenny Dinkins,
who was seventh in the 400m
with a time of 50.91, John
Wesley Gillenwaters, who was
seventh in the 1600m with a time
of 4:47.01, and the boys'4x100m
relay team of Dinkins, Cody Hill,
Rashad Lane and Diontre Jonas,
which placed seventh with a time
of 43.38.
Bradford's Tiana Sheffield
finished tied for ninth in the high
jump (4-10) and was 13th in the
long jump (15-9). Fellow girls'
teammate Kristen Cook placed
10th in the discus (96-10).
Keaaris Ardley and Cole
Whitehead had a pair of 10'h-
place finishes for Bradford.
Ardley cleared 6-0 in the high
jump, while Whitehead posted a
time of 2:03.93 in the 800m.
Bradford's Chris Barron was


13"' in the 400m (54.83), while
the boys' 400m relay team of
Barron, Dinkins, Anthony Tyson
and DeQuan Blount was 14t
with a time of 3:43.
Thomas Hales earned a 15t
place for Bradford in the 3200m
(11:30.27).
Keystone had two participants


Union's Dustin Griffis
earned a medal at the
Class 1A weightlifting
finals by placing fifth in the
238-pound class.

LIFTERS
Continued from 1B

355 and a clean and jerk of 290
to finish with a 645 total, which
was 30 pounds away from giving
him a state championship.
It was the third state medal
earned by James during his
athletic career at BHS. He won
two in wrestling and finished
his senior year with one each in
wrestling and weightlifting.
"By me doing this, it showed
all my hard work and dedication
paid off," James said.
James bench press total was
tied for the highest in his class
along with state champion Gage
Takacs of Bradenton Southeast
and third-place finisher Robert
Parland of University Christian.
Tackacs won the championship


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in the Region 2-2A finals, which
were also held at the Bolles
School in conjunction with the
Region 1 finals. Caitlin Cumbus
placed 10t in the 800m with a
time of 2:39.41, while Cheyenne
Singletary was 14t in the 300m
hurdles with a time of 57.70.



with a 370 total, while Parland
finished with a 620 total. -
The top six lifters in each class.
earned medals. Union's Griffis';
earned one of the last two medals'
in his class, finishing with a 640
total (385 bench press, 255 clean
and jerk). His bench press total
was the second highest in the--
class behind Pasco's Zackry
Jordan, who benched 400.
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Keystone Heights' Chase
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place finishes, respectively.
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270) total in the 169 class, while
Brown had a 520 (265,255) total
in the 154 class. Musselman had
the fourth highest clean and jerk
in his class, while his overall
total was 30 pounds behind the
sixth-place lifter. Brown had the'
fifth highest clean and jerk total,
in his class.
Union's Kevin Thornton
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THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 9B:

!lob. !The Hope
Samantha Cook D. Christian varsity
signs her letter boys' basketball
of intent to team: (I-r) Ethan
B participate in ( Cornwall, Keith
a track and field -N Sweat, Josiaha
fro i at Defiance Stallings, Andre
College. She is CAndrew Jones,
seated between Garhett Wilson
her parents, cta C HA (holding trophy),
.. Bobbi and Chris 1 aIt s u 4a Jerry Atteberry,
Cook. Chris Trester
and Ethan
j 4 Hughes.
Cook accepts Defiance offer Hope Christian
BYCLIFF SMELLEY as well as the college president, runner-up in the shot put and has basketball
Regional News/Sports Editor made Cook feel right at home placed third in the event at the
and impressed her by visiting her Region 1 finals to earn a berth in season to
Bradford County High School in Florida. this weekend's state finals. (She remember
senior Samantha Cook accepted "It felt like it was a family," will also compete in the discus at
a track and field scholarship said Cook, who competes in the state, placing second in the event The following was written for :
from Defiance (Ohio) College, discus and shot put events. at the district level and fourth at f tt
signing the necessary paperwork Cook, who was also looking at the regional level.) the Hope Christian Academy
during an April 12 ceremony at schools such as Central Florida, Still, Shelley Rodgers, who is newsletter by one of the school's
the BHS media center. Weber International, Georgia one of the BHS track and field students. i
"It's crazy," Cook said of the Southern and Troy, is looking coaches, said Cook has yet to
opportunity. I never thought I forward to the chance to learn fulfill her potential and has the BY ETHAN HUGHES
would leave Florida." more about technique, such as in chance to be standout at the next Sports Editor
However, Cook grew up in the shot put event. level. The Mane News
Ohio and has family there and "I've been doing it off raw "In four years, I can pretty .,
in Michigan, so she thought the power," Cook said. much see her with a national Memorable, exciting and
school would be a good fit for As it is, Cook does pretty championship," Rodgers said. outstanding.
her. Plus, the Defiance coach, well. She was the District 4-2A Cook was a standout in These are just a few of the
MARGARET ANDERSO earning state championships describe the Hope Christian
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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 2013


Glen and Dave Barnes take first-place aggregate
weight at the April 17 Bald Eagle tournament at Santa
Fe Lake.
! i.


Fishing report,

Hospice

Tournament,

jigger fishing

The weather is currently on a
warming trend, and most of the
days are full of sunshine, despite
;what was predicted for April 20-

K The bass beds are getting a
little thinner, but the bass bite
continues strong. We have
.hissed a few rain opportunities,
but have not gotten into the dry
trends that have exemplified our
Previous springs. Hopefully, we
will maintain sustainable rains
itJ-at will preserve the local lake
levels.
; The full moon is coming
jup on Thursday, April 25,
;which should motivate the big
"-shellcrackers to start fanning
their beds.
Spring gobbler season ended
|on April 21, but the diehard bird
:h3hi ,the Georgia line and" 6htiriae"
!hunting through May 21.

SFreshwater fishing
SThe weekly Bald Eagle Baith


and Tackle bass tournaments
continue to draw good crowds
and weigh nice catches. On
April 17, Glen and Dave Barns
took the aggregate-weight-
total trophy, while Kelly Davis
brought in the big bass that
weighed 7.32 pounds. The
general bait and presentation
preferences were soft plastics
around the shoreline cover.
The open April 18 tournament
on Sampson drew a good crowd.
The overall reaction of the
group was that the small bucks


Kelly Davis takes the big-
fish trophy at the Bald
Eagle tournament.


i Fins, Fur1



i& Tails

/By Mickey Agner .


were more plentiful than the
big females. Mike Cheesly
and Billy Starling took the
aggregate weight with 11.18
pounds and the big fish at 5.5
pounds.
By the time this column is
published, the mayfly hatch
should be underway, and the
shellcrackers, bluegills and
redbellies should be fanning
and biting.
Do not forget the channel
catfish bite in Santa Fe Lake,
Santa Fe River, Black Creek
and the St. Johns. Note also
the saltwater report about the
.stripers and croakers in the St.
Johns.
Please note that beginning
Monday, April 29, the Hampton
Lake public boat ramp will be
closed for repairs.

Saltwater fishing
Just like freshwater, saltwater
is hot and heavy in the spring.
This time of year, good catches
of trout, reds, blues, black drum,
whitings, flounder, Spanish
mackerel, cobia, kings and
sheepshead are readily available
inshore if your timing is right.
On the east coast, there
seems to be a little more action
south of the Jacksonville
area when comparing Jim
Sutton's St. Augustine report
to Bob McNally's. Trout,
reds and flounder seem to
be readily available in both
locations. Spanish mackerel are
hit and miss in both locations.
Some cobia seem to have
appeared around Matanzas Inlet.
What was interesting to
hear was that both stripers and
croakers were in the St. Johns as
far south as Lake George. These
fish typically follow the shrimp,
and their timing is a little early.
You should remember, in regard
to croakers and stripers, that
catching saltwater fish in fresh
water does require a saltwater
license.
Gary Simpson gave a similar
report for the west coast. He also
noted some cobia.action on near-
shore reefs.
Tommy Reddish was headed
to a trout tournament in
Steinhatchee for the April 20
weekend.

Haven Hospice bass
tournament,
All of-ourlocal bass fishermen
should be aware of the 10th
annual Haven Hospice bass
tournament, which will be held
Saturday, April 27, at the Palatka


LIONS
Continued from 9B


city dock on the St. Johns River.
The total payout will be more
than $3,500. There is a $2,500
guarantee for first .place and a
$1,000 guarantee for big fish.
There is a 100-percent
payback from a pot that will
accumulate $10 from every boat
entry. The entry fee is $120 per
boat.
The Northeast Florida
Association of Realtors is
presenting the tournament.
For more information, visit
www.nefarbass.org.

Crosshorn Ministries
The Thursday, April 25,
Crosshorn Ministries meeting
will be at the Starke Golf and
Country Clulb at 7 p.m., and
will feature Ricky Smith talking
about jigger fishing. Apparently,
Smith has caught some hogs
with this old-time presentation
that many people continue to
swear by.

Buckmasters banquet
The t16th annual Buekmasters
Banquet will be held Saturday,
April 27, beginning at 5:45 p.m.
at the Camp Blanding armory.
There will be silent and
live auctions, as well as prize


missing out on qualifying for the
SECC playoffs.
The Lady Lions were coached
this season by Carey and Lillian
Stallings, and Wes Bland. After
starting the season 0-4, the team
rallied to win five of its next
eight games. In addition, the
team won the "Most Christ-
like Sportsmanship Award' at
the conference playoffs. This
is a highly coveted award that
is voted upon by the SECC
coaches.
The JV boys had an exciting


LEFT: Sebastian
O'Neal did
not win the
Bald Eagle
tournament, but,
for good reason,
was proud
of his catch.
BELOW LEFT:
Mike Cheesly
with theApril 17
Sampson Lake
tournament big
fish.



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Tickets ($90 per couple/$300
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or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate,
which is in violation of


the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To.
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number
for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275. For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.


BINGO, Bradford trans-
portation taking people
to bingo in Lake City,
Orange Park, Macclenny,
Jacksonville. Wednesday
and Thursday, for $45.
Departs at 3:30 pm. Ap-
pointment only. Call 904-
964-2272.

41
Auctions
KERR AUCTIONS April
27 at 6pm. 23931 NW
CR 225A Lawtey, FL.
Animal sale, general
merchandise, tack, food,'
furniture, appliances,
and farm equipment. All
consignments welcome.
Cash sales, 10% buyer's
premium. For more in-
formation call Lyndel at
904-838-8069 or Randy
at 904-591-4191. AB199,
AU429,andAU1896.

42
Motor Vehicle &
Accessories
2003 Hyundai Accent,
$2,000. Call 904-964-
7203, leave message.

43
RV's & Campers
2005 RV: GBCMLE like
new. -6K miles, 3 slides,
gas Ford engine. Dual
A/C- Ask $30K + Bal.
$53K OBO. Orig. $122K
great paint job many ex-
tras. (904) 533-2854 after
10am.

NOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask about our
$199 Move in Special
1&2 BR Apartments HC &
non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.

Located on SR-16,
1001 Southern Villas Dr.
Starke, FL
Call 904-964-7295
TDD/TTY 711
"Equal Housing Opportunity"


44
Boats and ATV's
2006 TROPHY 125 HP.
Mercury. 18' Walk around,
cuddy cabin, GPS, oth-
er extras. Cash only,
$11,000 OBO. Must see,
call Jesse 904-263-2136.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sell)
FOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE,
1,500 sq.ft. $1,000/
mo.- up to 3,000 sq.ft.
contiguous $2,000/mo.
WAREHOUSE SPACE
3,000 sq. ft. $800/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty.
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
'ties and more provided.
904-3641-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
FOR RENT, rental space on
E. Call St. next to Chrissy
Restaurant. $40'0/mo.
For additional information
call 904-964-6305, ask
for John.
OFFICE SPACE DOWN-
TOWN. 3 offices, kitchen,
reception area. $550 per
month. Call 904-364-


Waldo Villas

Move-In

Special

2 Bedroom
Townhome
$100 securiJty
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer
Call Nita at
352-468-1971
TDDOO 800-955-9771


9022.
PROFESSIONAL OFFIC-
ES, downtown. Suitable
for attorney, doctors,
others. Downstairs suite
includes 4 spaces with
reception area. Upstairs
include (3) offices with
Reception area. Call 904-
364-9022 for more infor-
mation.
FOR SALE/OR LEASE
Commercial warehouse
retail..Approx. 4100 sq.
ft has 2 large offices
$105,000 155W. Brown-
lee St. Starke. Owner
financing available call
John at 912-598-0261.

48
Homes for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Lake Brooklyn on the bay..
6720 Baja Court, Key-,
stone Heights. 3BR/1BA.
1107 sq.ft. W/separate
850 sq. ft. garage apt.
(Possible income). Great
neighborhood. Lake is
down so is the price.
$89,900. By appointment
only, 904-315-2303.
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
NEWLY RENOVATED Triple
wide, on one acre. New
well, carpet, metal roof,
vinyl siding, large wooden
deck. Owner financing.
Call Bill 352-745-0094.
Must See.
LIKE NEW 4BR DWMH.
New everything, kitchen,
baths, etc. Set up & de-
livered. 904-259-4663.


Waynefriermacclenny.
corn
I BUY USED MOBILE
HOMES. Cash paid im-
mediately. Call 904-259-
4663.
USED SINGLEWIDE RE-
MODELED. $16,900.
Set up & delivered. 904-
S259-4663. Waynefrier-
macclennycom
FORECLOSURE, 3/2 on
1.15 acres like new on
huge pond! $89,000 or
$3,500 down $650/mo..
904-259-4663. Waynefri-
ermacclenny.com.
TAX REFUND= New home.
All homes must go! We will
match up to $4,000 down.
Use your refund now i.e.
3BR/2BA delivered & set
up 10% down and $315
per month W.A.C. 13th
Street Homes, 386-418-
0424.
DOUBLE YOUR DOWN.
We will match up to
$4,000 down on 3,4 even
5 bedroom homes only
at 13th Street Homes. 32
plus reasons we're better
built, better value. 386-
418-0424.
$99 DOWN, VA loans, Land/
Home packages w/ inter-
est rates as low as 3.25%.
13th Street Homes, 386-
418-0424.
TRADES NEEDED! Bring
your old title, guaranteed
top dollar. Bring your
best deal. We'll make
it better. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
13TH STREET HOMES,
tape & texture, 2x6 walls
L-30, Low E windows.
Windber and Hyatt on
display. 32 plus reasons.


Better built than? Best
price, Best value homes.
386-418-0424.
575 CREDIT SCORE? We
finance w/10% down or
less than 575 w/ equity.
Owner financing, new
or used, singlewide or
doublewide 2,3,4 even
5 bedroom homes. 13th
Street Homes. 386-418-
0424.
COMPLETELY RENOVAT-
ED, 4BR/2.5BA. Approx.
2,000 sq. ft. w/ retreat in
master. Island kitchen,
family room w/ never used
fireplace, new carpet, new
air wheat. $49,995. 13th
Street Homes. 386-418-
0424.
50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to pris-
on. Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES
in Lake Butler & Starke.
16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
3B'R/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.


PERMANENT ROOIIS
for rent at the Magndlia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. qall
904-964-4303 for more
information.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, Accepting ap-
plications for HC and
non-HC. 1,2,3, & 4 BR.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer. 1005 SW Bth
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141.
3BR/1.5BA house located
one mile east of Sharnds
of Starke on 230. Bleck
home built well, lBw
Electric bills, fireplace
with built in bookcases
and real wood flooring in
that room, Florida room/
patio, formal/inforrrial
dining area, carpeted: in
all rooms, 2 car garage,
paved driveway, sits "on
full acre lot, great yard for
children, fruit trees, close
to everything $1,100/
mo., (negotiable) first, last
and $350 security. Ser-
vice animals only. Please
leave message at 352-
494-7987. Available May
1st.


JOB


Santa Fe Lake every Wednesday;
Open bass tournaments at
Sampson Lake every Thursday
evening;
Spring turkey season until
April 21 (Georgia season ends
May 21);
April 25, full moon;
April 25, Crosshorn
Ministries meeting at the Starke
Golf and Country Club at 7 p.m.;
April 27, Bradford Bass
Masters tournament at Santa Fe
Lake;
April 27, Buckmasters
banquet, 5:45 p.m. at Camp
Blanding;
April 29, Hampton Lake
boat ramp closes for repairs;
May 25, Bladford Bass
Masters tournament at Sampson
Lake.
If you have a story, idea or
photo to share, please contact
Mickey Agner via email at mka@
maoutdoors.com, or by phone
at 904-964-1488. Photos may
also be submitted in person at
the Bradford County Telegraph,
Union County Times or Lake
Region Monitor.



season, without a doubt. The
HCA Lions fielded their first JV
boys basketball team for fifth-
eighth graders. Tony Bellis, JV
head coach, was assisted by
John Mitchell.
In its first season of play, the
team finished with a tremendous
record of 5-5. The team was
able to advance through the
playoffs all the way to the final
championship game. Although
it lost to Brunswick Christian
Academy, HCA still brought
home the conference's first
runner-up trophy.
The future of HCA basketball
looks bright with its best days
ahead.


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(904) 964-6305

13521473-2210

38661496-2261


11B


Where one call

does it a/


2BR/1BA. CH/A. Clean, sit-
ting porch, lake property
,: west side of Keystone
Heights. Ideal for 1 or 2
'persons. $475/mo. with
Senior discount. Lawn
care included. 352-226-
S6226.
.5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Granite counters,
tile floors, gas fireplace,
; and Jacuzzi tub. 2-car
Garage east of Keystone,
With lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1000/mo.
$1,000/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.
.2BR/1 BA, MH. CH/A. fresh-
Sly painted, on the water.
:.W/D hookup, lawn service
provided. $525/mo. plus
deposit. Call Dallas, 904-
"'364-8135.
SWMH 3BR/2BA. recently
Remodeled w/attached
front porch. Lawn care
,and pest control provid-
Sed. Service animals only.
-$500 security deposit,
$650/mo. Union Co. area,
386-965-3363.
,2 STORY round house.
,3BR/2BA. W/detached
carport. Over 2,000 sq.
ft. Paved drive, lawn care
and pest control provid-
ed. Recently remodeled.
"$600 security deposit,
$1,000/mo. Union Co.
.area, 386-965-3363. Con-
". veniently located between
.Lake Butler, Lake City,
Sand Gainesville.
,3BR/2BA MOBILE HOME,
on 1 acre, highway front-
'age, and water includ-
ed. Quiet, 2 miles from
Worthington Springs.
;"" $550/mo., first, last, $300
Deposit. 386-266-0816.
,NEWLY REMODELED 3
'-BR/1 BA house on N.
: Thompson St. in the city.
. It's close to the schools.
-$650/mo. 1 and last plus
, security deposit of $500.
Call 904-796-0484 and
Leave a message.
43BR/2BA mobile home,
CH/A, good location 1st&
last months rent $550/mo.
14 x 66 MH. very nice. 1-2
persons max. Retired or
senior preferred. Senior
discount, $500/mo. Call
904-964-8218.
BLOCK HOUSE for rent in
- Keystone school district.
2-and-a half bedroom, 1
bath. Carport, workshop,
storage. $700 plus utili-
ties. 352-473-6340.
2BR/1BA HOUSE in Lake
Butler.-Fenced yard, close
to schools. $700/mo. plus
Deposit. Call 386-431-
1351.
2BR/2BA. MH. CH/A.
screened in back porch.
$595/mo. Call Dallas 904-
364-8135. Pets welcome.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT. in
Melrose. $575/mo. in-
cludes utilities. Service
animals only, no smoking.
352-475-3486.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
3BR/2BA DW. CH/A.
$600/mo. plus $600 de-
posit. Call 352-235-6319.

51
Lost/Found
LOST WALLET, April
21,2013 near Kangaroo


Orangewood

Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
TDD/TY 711
,.Accepting Applications!
S Rental Assistance!
1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC &
SNon-HC accessible
apartments.
"Equal Housing Opportunity


and Sam's on SR.16.
Please return at least the
cards and ID's. Lots of
sentimental items. Please
call 904-368-0289, with
any information.

53A
Yard Sales
Thurs. to Sat. 8am. -4pm.
781 Glendale St. off 16
West. Household items,
furniture, king size mas-
sage bed.
ANNUAL SPRING yard
sale/Collectible sale. Fri.
Sat. 8am. -2pm. 436 N.
Walnut St. Collectibles,
cookie jars, household.
items, quilts, Lionel trains.
Too much to list.
GARAGE/YARD SALE. April
25-27 & May 2-4. Thurs.
Fri. 7 Sat. 9am. -2pm. 5
miles SR. 100 West of
Starke. Follow the signs.
BIG YARD SALE, Fri. 8am.
-6pm Sat. 8am. -2pm.
20790 NE 20th Lane,
Lawtey. 904-964-3318 or
803-713-4441.
HUGE Multi-Family yard
sale. Fri. Sat. 8am. -3pm.
17598 NE. 28th Ave.
Starke. Inside an old
chicken house (rain or
shine). For sale: quilting
machine, tons of brand
new material, china, sil-
verware, antiques, books,
baby items, clothes, furni-
ture, and much more.
FRI.SAT.SUN. 9am. -?
In Hampton Next door
to Macedonia Baptist
Church, CR. 18E, follow
signs for directions.

53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
Fri. Sat. 7647 Los Padres
Ave. Keystone off 214E.
RV stuff, king & queen
sheet sets, yard tools,
lamp, books, etc.
YARD SALE-PLUS, for Re-
lay for Life. (American
Cancer society) Sat. 8am.
-?Azalea Medical Center
Commercial Circle, Key-
stone. Food and drinks
will be available. Come
support a good cause.
BIG YARD SALE. Saturday,
April 27, 8 a.m. until?
6705 Spanish Moss Dr.
off of Immokalee. Look
for signs.

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
HUGE YARD SALE. Fri. and
Sat 8:30am-6:pm. Lo-
cated at 9265 SW 151st
Ct., Lake Butler, Fl. (Off
SR 121 South). Variety
of household items, plus-
size women's clothing,
some men's clothing,
tools and misc.

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.


57
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Trac-
tor w/canopy-MFWD 85
hp 3. hitch-2 remotes.
640-loader 15 ft. bat wing.
1964 Gallon grader. 1957-
8N Ford tractor w/straight
blade-4 ft. bush hog w/
Hardee sprayer. 1995
Ferguson roller. Cultiva-
tor, disk. 1989 Ford 350
Dually diesel truck. 1996
Hamark 8x16.5 ft. en-
closed trailer. 1970 F 750
Ford dump truck w/equip-
ment trailer. 1984 Lincoln
Town Car. 1993 Cadillac
Deville. 14 ft. boat w/
trailer, 5hp mercury mo-
tor, and trolling motor. 12
ft. Jon boat. 4 new oak
Amish buggy wheels. Call
386-496-0683.
Antique chiffrobe no draw-
ers $100 (904) 533-2854
after 10am.

59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.

65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files daily to office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
.erty preservation sec-
retaries. Prefer Vendor
360, Mars & Zephyr
knowledge. MUST have
knowledge of Windows
7 or 8 & Excel. Construc-
tion, Building materials
and use of cost estimator
a plus call 352-473-0095.
2ND SHIFT Storeroom
Clerk. Must have com-
puter knowledge. We are
an EECC, drug free work-
place. We offer 401k,
Health/Dental/Life Insur-
ance, paid Holidays and
Vacation. Apply at Gilman
Building Products, CR
218 Maxville, FL or fax
resume to 904-289-7736.
ARE-YOU A WRITER? If
you have experience and
want to work as a reporter
for local newspaper part-
time. Send resume to
P.O. Drawer A, Starke,
FI. 32091.
HIGH SCHOOL student,


Set Right Mobile Homes
Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner 904-364-6383
Email: set_right_homes@yahoo.com
Lic ended H handed anured L it# IHH 102556


ALL FLORIDA CLEANING & PAVERS

SLicensed and Insured

Pressure Cleaning Complete Lawn Care
Surface Cleaning Landscape Design
Roof Cleaning and Installation
Paver & Decorative Weekly & Bi-weekly
Rock Cleaning & Sealing Lawn Maintenance Available

SCall Kenneth Starling 352*221*0098


KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENTS
Take a Look at us-Now!






SConvenient to shopping, restaurant boat ramps Keystone Heights public
beach, schools, banks & medical facilities
All units have additional outside storage Full carpeting and vinyl floorng
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
SAmple parking One story only no stairs to climb
SLovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
SConvenient laundry facilities

418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
(Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352473-3682 EQUALHOUSING
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNIT
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


looking for part-time work
as a school reporter, for
local newspaper. Apply
after school at Bradford
Telegraph. 135 W. Call
St. Starke.
FLORIDA CROWN Work-
force Board, Inc. (FCWB)
Lake City, Florida is ac-
cepting applications for
an Executive Director
serving Columbia, Dixie,
Gilchrist and Union Coun-
ties. Must be or become a
resident of these counties
within 90 days of hire.
Position is responsible for
leadership, management,
oversight and execution
of all responsibilities
related to federal and
state workforce activities.
Min. Exp: Masters de-
gree in business, public
administration or related
discipline. 5 years of ex-
perience required. Extra
consideration given for
workforce experience
and to veterans. Salary
based upon experience.
Full benefit package
available after 90-day
probation. Successful ap-
plicant must pass back-
ground check and drug
screening. Refer to www.
employflorida.com. Job
order #9767596. See our
web site at www.floridac-
rown.org for application.
Application, cover letter,
resume and 3 letters of
reference (references will
be contacted) must be
sent to Anna Mendoza at
almendoza@flcrown.org.
Deadline: 4/26/13. An AA/
EEO/ADAWP employer.
FCWB reserves the right
to withdraw this job open-
ing at any time.
TIP/SPIB Lumber Graders.
We are an EECC, drug
free workplace. We offer
401k, Health/Dental/Life
Insurance, paid Holidays
and Vacation. Apply at
Gilman Building Products,
CR 218 Maxville, FLorfax
resume to 904-289-7736.
EXPERIENCE cooks,
servers, & bar tenders
McHenry's Pub, 323 NE
Commercial Circle, Key-
stone Heights 32656.
Apply in person between
2pm-5pm.
FULL TIME COOK
NEEDED. Experience
in large-scale food sir-
vice. Apply on line www.
shandsstarke.com. EOE,
M/FN/D, Drug-free work-
place.
THE CITY OF STARKE HAS
A POSITION open for a
Water and Wastewater
Treatment Plant Opera-
tor Ill. This is technical
work in the operation
and maintenance of the
water and wastewater
plant and lift stations.


Work is performed under
the general supervision
of the water/wastewater
superintendent. Minimum
qualifications: knowledge
of water and wastewater
treatment plants lift sta-
tions collection and distri-
bution system operations,
policies, procedures and
methods, knowledge of
mechanical maintenance
of pump stations, electric
motors, circuitry and treat-
ment plant. Knowledge
of math and chemistry.
Ability to work rotating
shifts. Ability to make and
maintain records and re-
ports. Ability to supervise
the work of subordinates.
Good mechanical skills.
Rotating shifts are "on
call" and weekend plant
checks for water and
wastewater. Education
and experience: gradu-
ation from an accredited
high school. Course work
in theories and principles
of water and wastewater
treatment operations and
experience in water and
wastewater treatment
operation. Must have
a class "B" wastewater
plant operators certificate
and a class "C" domes-
tic water plant operators
certificate with 3 years
experience. Applications.


can be picked up and
returned to Florida Works,
819 S. Walnut St., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-8092.
Job closes at noon Friday
May 10, 2013. The City of
Starke is an EOE.
Processor needed. Detail
oriented, computer work.
Must be self-motivated
and a quick learner. Must
be dependable. No smok-
ing. Keystone Hgts, area
352-318-9751.
IMMEDIATE opening Prop-
erty Preservationist and
trash out crews. Must
have own equipment, and
experience. Must be de-
pendable. 352-318-9751.
BRADFORD TERRACE
808 S. Colley Rd.
Starke, FL 32091. Is now
accepting applications
for CNA's, LTC exp pre-
ferred. Apply in person or
fax resume to 904-964-
1497. DFWP. EOE.
Tire Service Tech-Competi-
tive Pay & Benefitsl Must
have 2 yrs exp-heavy duty
tire maintenance. Apply:
1050 SE 6th St. Lake
Butler, FL.
OWN A COMPUTER? Put it
to workI Up to $1,500 to
S$7,000/mo. FT/PT. www.
iluvmybizl23.com


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7556 Bay St., Keystone Heights, FL
Newly remodeled, 3 bedrooms split design /2 full baths, 1400 sq. ft. /.35 acres,
Large glassed in back porch, Fireplace, Hardwood floors, Separate Inside
laundryroom, Ceiling fans, Central heat /air, Brand new dish washer.
Lease to own $70,000.00, Monthly mortgage payments: $501.50
plus escrow for property tax and insurance.
Contact Sandy Allison 904-838-8805, mail to:sndy_allison@yahoo.com


$500 Reward


Offered for CUZ
Cuz disappeared on -- -

He was playing in the
woods with a large
black
Lab. Cuz isa a -.
Staffordshire Terrierrr
and is grey and white i "
with clipped ears. CUZ "
and the black lab have ,
been seen near the "" "
market road dump.
If you see CUZ he is
friendly but shy.
Please call 904-364-
3405 or 904-838-9394 or 964-9575.
A $500 reward is being offered to anyone who is
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Union County scored Bracewell and tied the Morgan Bass, who relieved before getting three runs in the each drove ina run as well. Five pitchers combined
game. Bryan, gave up no hits and no top of the fourth. Tristan Starling to allow just five hits in the
baseball team Kyle Hix reached on an error walks. hit an RBI double, while two Baker Co. 8 KHHS 1 Tornadoes' 5-3 win over
elim inated in to load the bases. Bradford was Keystone, the tournament's runs scored on an error. The Indians were held to four Gainesville on April 16 in
able to record the second out of fourth seed, played top seed Richardson scored on a hits by pitcher Jacob Milton in Gainesville.
district sem is the inning, but with the bases Williston in a semifinal game ground out by Bracewell in the an 8-1 loss to visiting Baker Collins earned the win,
still loaded, Huggins drilled a this past Tuesday. If the Indians fifth, which also featured an RBI County on April 16. pitching the first two innings
BY CLIFF SMELLEY line drive that was just fair into (12-13) won, they will play for single by Davis. keystone's only came in and giving up no hits.
Regional News/Sports Editor right field to clear the bases and the championship on Thursday, The sixth featured an RBI the bottom of the fifth courtesy Brnes, Luke, Fred Belz and
cap the night's scoring. April 25, at 7 p.m. double by Gage Hall and a two- of back-to-back, two-outdoubles Jackson Reddish all pitched as
Union County High School Barnes gave up six hits and RBI single by Bracewell. by Bryan and Bracewell, with well.
will not get the chance to defend one walk in the loss. He had five Earlier BHS, KHHS Bryan scoring on Bracewell's Reddish went 2-for-3 at the
its state championship in baseball strikeouts, results: Suwannee 5 BHS 3 hit. plate with a double and an RBI,
after being defeated 13-2 by At the plate, Barnes was the Visiting Suwannee handed the while David Hall was 2-for-4.
Baldwin in the semifinals of only player from either team to Cla 9 KHHS 8 Tornadoes a 5-3 defeat in the BHS 5 Gainesville 3 Barnes and McNeal each
the District 7-1A tournament on get multiple hits. He went 3-for- regular-season finale on April drove in a run.
April 23 in Lake Butler. 3 with two doubles. Braceweel drove in three runs, 18 inStarke.
SStruggles by the top-seeded Keystone starting pitcher but Keystone lost 9-8 to Clay to DeWitt and Jacob Luke each
Tigers' pitchers helped fourth Adam Bryan gave up six hits cap the regular season on April went 2-for-3, with DeWitt w. Starke urnal m
seed Baldwin score six runs in and two walks, while striking 18 in Green Cove Springs. driving in a run. IU kI .LU
The Indians fell behind 4-0
the second inning and take a 7-0 out six, in 5.1 innings. The Indians fell behind 4- Collins and Carson Yowell
lead. The Indians (9-17) loaded
the bases on a double, an error
and a walk. A single pushed one
run across before Union pitchers E
walked three consecutive batters "T' a
with the bases loaded. An
error and a ground out scored
Baldwin's final two runs of the
inning.
A two-run home run by Jared
Painter in the third inning pushed
Baldwin's lead to 9-0.
The Indians had nine hits and
drew seven walks against four
* Union pitchers.
Union (17-8) struggled at the
plate for the most part, though

RBI, and Trey Owen was 2-for- A
4 with an RBI. The rest of the
team, however, was held to three
hits by Baldwin pitcher Chase
Green.
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In the fifth, Cole Kite reached t
run in the bottom of the fourth.
Shaly leding the inning off with a
single and advanced on a ground
out by Josh Glover and a passed
ball. A single byt Owens brought
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on a dropped third strike. Chris
Starling followed with an infield
single before Shealy hit a double tm: Im r ue t Ili ngn
to score Kite. U S
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with two outs in the sixth, but Ut

inning. t d U 6
Baldwin will play third
seed Chiefland for the district
championship on Thursday, April
25, at 7 p.m. in Lake Butler.

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Williston 6 UCHS 2
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