Union County times
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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: 3/31/2011
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Coordinates: 30.021667 x -82.340833 ( Place of Publication )
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida

Thursday, March 31, 2011

98th Year -48th ssu61
98th Year -48th Issue

Irwin resigns as

| newspaper editor
1 The Union County Times newspaper is looking for a new
. leader. Following several months of contemplation and much
;. soul-searching, Teresa Irwin turned in her resignation on
March 17.
S Irwin first began working as a community news reporter at
the Bradford Telegraph in early 2007 before being promoted to
e ditor at the Times later that year. She wore a number of hats
at the Times, including writing, editing, photography, pagina-
Stion, taking classified ads and assisting customers with display
ad design.
'" It's really hard to leave a job where I truly enjoy the com-
.munity I serve. I will take with me numerous fond memories
Sand the great friendships that have been created throughout the
years," said Irwin.
SUntil the full-time editor's position can be filled, part-time
STelegraph employee Marcia Miller will be coordinating the
Production of the Times. She expects td be in the office on
SMondays and Tuesdays each week for the next few weeks. She
Swill also be there for a couple of hours on Thursday and Friday
mornings. Contact her at 386-496-2261 or via e-mail at uc-
Of course, any article or ad can be handled by the home of-
fice in Starke at 904-964-6305. If there is no one available at
the Times, please contact the Starke office.

Crusaw g

Times Editor

On March 25, Julius Junior
Crusaw, 26, of Lake Butler was
Sentenced to 20 years behind
bars for the vehicular homicide
of Jodie Hurst Norris of Starke.
SFacing up to 40 years in pris-
on, Crusaw appeared before
Chief Judge Martha Ann Lott as
a packed courtroom listened to
numerous victim impact state-

Local fore

Ir a mutual support operation,
Sthe Florida Division of Forestry
sent a four-unit strike team from
Sthe Suwannee Forestry Center
last week to assist the Georgia
Forestry Commission with wild-
fires burning in southeastern
S The SFC strike team consists

ets 20 years for hit-run death

ments for the prosecution as well
as the defense.
First to speak on his behalf
was Crusaw's aunt-Willie May
"I've watched out after him
as best I could ever since he was
a child," Odom said. "He's not
a bad person and we realize he
made a wrong decision." Odom
spoke of forgiveness and mov-
ing forward, something she her-
self was forced to go through 12

years ago when her husband was
killed by a drunk driver in Lake
"I taught my children to never
hate. It's been 12 years now and
I will never forget, but for the
sake of our family, I had to keep
things going," she said.
Crusaw's mother and older sis-
ter also spoke, offering sympathy
to Norris' family and asking God
to have mercy on all of them.
"This is my little brother. I

have always tried to protect him,"
his sister said.
Tearful as his family spoke on
his behalf, Crusaw also made a
"First of all, I ask both sides to
forgive me for what happened,"
he said. He also said he wanted
everyone to keep praying to God
and for his family to help Norris'
family through this painful time.

See CRUSAW page 2A

storess battle blazes in Georgia

S A tragic fire took the life of a
Bradford County woman Sunday
TIt fire at 5953 N.W. C.R.,
233 was reported at 5:35 p.m.
on March 27. Flames and smoke
were already evident in the struc-
ture, but there was no response
from inside the house the caller
told dispatch and it was unknown
if the occupant, 77-year-old.Dor-
othy Underhill, was still inside.
A fire marshal's investiga-
tion of the fatal blaze has. deter-
mined that the fire originated in
the kitchen behind the refrigera-
tor, likely the result of electrical
causes, according to Bradford
County Emergency Management
Director Brian Johns. They don't
believe Underhill was cooking
a since a family member who lives
next door had visited with food
just a couple of hours earlier.
Some responders who had pre-
viously been dispatched to a car
fire were-diverted and arrived on
scene within minutes, Johns said,

of senior
Leader J;
ers Mich;
ton, Cha
Fulton, a
area. Eai
tractor pl
sion effo
m,I n v .o

many as
and the worst was confirmed a 000 ac
2,000 ac
few minutes later when firefight- In add
ers realized Underhill had diedForestry
inside the burning structure. Division
The volunteer fire departments Tallahas
from Heilbron Springs and Law-
tey, as well a Starke Fire Res- playing
cue, Bradford County Emergency S
Services and the Bradford Coun-
ty Sheriff's Office all responded... __
to the emergency. M

Underhill was a lifelong resi- IVI
dent of Bradford County, born in
1933. She would have been 78 A traf
next month. March 2
She was described by. her being arr
family as loving and as a "great the Brad
humanitarian" who helped oth- ever, ad
ers, even at her own expense. added to
She was married to Colley (Bit) eat a bag
Underhill, who preceded her in in the bac
death. Among her survivors are Starke
their three children, their spous- ficer Kel
es, nine children and six great- car for e
grandchildren. 301 in S
The funeral will take place on 11:30 p.r
Friday at 11 a.m. at Archie Tan- There
ner Funeral Home. car and tl

ranger and Strike Team
ames Rourks with rang-
ael Christie, Brent New-
:rlie Chanaki and Brett
II of whom are from this
ch transported a dozer/
low to join the suppres-
itly, there are many
burning in Southeast
Some reports show as
70 fires, several over
res in size.
lition to the Suwannee
Center strike team, the
of Forestry's Perry and
see districts are also de-
a team.

ee FOREST page 2A

From the left, SFC Strike Team Leader Senior Ranger James Rourks and forest rangers
Brent Newton, Brett Fulton and Mike Christie. Not pictured is Ranger Charlie Chanaki.

in tries to eat marijuana after arrest

fic stop in Starke on
6 ended with two men
ested and transported to
ford County Jail. How-
lditional charges were
one man after he tried to
;gie of marijuana while
ck of the patrol car.
Police Department Of-
li McMahan stopped a
excessive speed on U.S.
Stake at approximately
n. on March 26.
were three people in the
he driver had a suspend-

ed license, so Officer Perry Gor-
man responded as backup.
The officers said there was a
strong odor of alcohol coming
from the vehicle. While all three
people admitted to having been
drinking earlier in the evening,
they said there was no alcohol in
the vehicle. One of the passen-
gers had rented the car and she
gave the two officers consent to
search it.
During the search, they al-
legedly found that the back-seat
passenger, 20-year-old Leon

Pressley of Jacksonville, had an
open half-gallon bottle of Hen-
nessy whiskey and a plastic cup
containing a portion of the whis-
The officers also allegedly
found a 9mm Jineneve handgun
in the glove compartment with a
round in the chamber.
When identification informa-
tion came back from dispatch,
the officers found that Pressley
was also on violent offender pro-
bation with a 10 p.m. curfew. He
had already exceeded that by an

hour and a half.
The driver, Joshua William
Highland, 30, of Jacksonville
was charged with driving while
license is suspended or revoked-
habitual and possession of a
weapon by a convicted felon.
Pressley was initially charged
with possession of alcohol by
a person under 21, violation of
probation with a curfew and pos-
session of a firearm by a convict-
ed felon.
Both men were searched and-
See ARREST page 2A

Union County teams gear up for Relay April 8-9, raise funds

The Lake Butler Relay For Life
event will take place Friday and
Saturday, April 8-9, beginning at
6 p.m. Friday at the Union Coun-
ty High School football field.
So far, 17 teams with 263 team
members have raised more than
$7,000 for the American Cancer
The Relay For Life is a life-
changing event that gives ev-
eryone in the community the op-
portunity to celebrate the lives of
people who have battled cancer,
remember loved ones who lost
their lives to the disease and to
fight back against the disease.
During RFL, teams camp out at
on the football field as members
take turns walking or running
their own unique style of laps
around the track. Because can-
cer never sleeps, relays are held
as an overnight event, lasting 18'
The relay starts with the sur-
vivor recognition and lap around
the track. The survivors' lap is an
emotional example of how par-
ticipants are fighting to create a
world with more birthdays just
like those of each individual on
the track.
As the sky turns dark, a lumi-
naria ceremony will take place.

Last year's Relay For Life event opened with members of the Union County High School drumline leading
the way for the survivors lap. Members of the Tigerettes followed, showing their support by walking
among side the survivors and caregivers.

IPUKR LIFE someone whose life
0 has been touched by
cancer and remem-
ber loved ones lost
to the disease.
In addition to the
various fundraisers
held by teams lead-
ing up to the day
Hundreds of candles are lit inside of relay, there will
bags decorated by students at also be numerous fundraising
Lake Butler Elementary School. opportunities during the event.
Each bag will honor the name of Teams will set up booths offer-

ing games, arts and crafts, face
painting, food and more.
Last year, the Lake Butler Re-
lay For Life raised more than
$37,000 for the American Can-
cer Society.
The following teams have al-
ready signed up this year's event.-
Bebop's and Honey's Buddies
(Captain Savannah Douglas), Ed-
ucators for a Cure (Captain Mar-
gie Coburn), FBLA Tackling a
Cure for Cancer (Captain Kanei-

cia Brown), Junior Friends of the
Library (Captain Mary Weath-
erholt), Lake Butler Elementary
School (Captain Delores Sapp),
Lake Butler Hospital (Captain
Susan Alldredge), Lake Butler
Volunteer Fire Department (Cap-
tain Lonnie Norman), Little Rock
Church (Captain Priscilla Har-
ris), Reach Out (Captain Chelsea
Ruby), Reception and Medical
Center (Captain Kristy Lambert),
Sirmones Angels (Captain The-

resa Sykes), Steadfast for a Cure
(Captain Anisha'Waters), Union
Correctional Institution (Captain
Candace Rossman, Warriors for
a Cure I (Captain Quaneshia Ed-
wards), Warriors for a Cure II
(Captain Khadijah Jones), War-
riors for a Cure III (Captain Mor-
gan Arnold) and We're on Fire
(Captain Delvory Green);
The top three fundraising

See RELAY page 3A

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication

* Phope (386) 496-2261

* Fax (386) 49,6-2858

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Bradford woman

killed in house fire

BY MARK J. CRAWFORD and others followed. The-home
Telegraph Editor was already heavily engulfed






2A Union County Times Thursday, March 31, 2011

Worth, A

M. F

Jerusalem hold
joint revival
SFirst United Methodist Church
in fellowship with New Jeru-
salem Church, located on S.R.
121 in Worthington Springs, will
hold revival with the anointed
singing and preaching of the
Happy Carter Family on Friday
and Saturday, April 1-2, at 7 p.m.
and again on Sunday, April 3, at
l a.m. Dinner will follow the
Sunday service. For more infor-
mation, call 386-496-1461.

church huge
yard sale
April 9
Providence Village Baptist
Church will hold a big yard
sale on Saturday, April 9, from'
7 a.m.-noon. The sale will take
place at 4504 West S.R. 238 in
Providence. If you are interested
in being a seller, please call Deb-
bie at 386-752-6209 by April 1.

St. James AME
hosts Women
in Purple
The ladies of St. James AME
Church invite everyone to join
them in the 50 Women in Purple
Celebration. The event will take
place on Sunday, April 3, at 3
p.m. with special guests the Bar-
ron Sisters of Baxley, Ga., Mis-
sionary on Parade and the Durant
Singers of Providence.

For more information, please
call Mother Emma Jenkins at
352-745-8705 or 386-496-2681
or castor Georgia Edwards at

Send the gift of

a purple potty,
The Lake Butler Volunteer
Fire Department invites every-
one to help them flush away
cancer by giving the gift of the
purple potty.
For a $5 donation to benefit
the Lake Butler Relay for Life,
the potty patrol will deliver an at-
tractively decorated purple potty
to anyone in Union County.

The recipient can have the
potty removed for a $5 donation.
For a $10 donation, the potty will
be removed and the honor passed
on to someone else.
To schedule delivery, please
contact Lonnie Norman at 352-
672-5936ore-mail ljnorman70@

Early Learning
meets April 6
The Early Learning Coalition
of Florida's Gateway, will hold
its executive committee meeting
on Monday, April 4, at 3 p.m.
The coalition will hold its board
meeting on Wednesday, April 6,.
at 9 a.m. The meetings will take.
'place at the coalition office lo-
cated at 1104 SW Main Blvd. in
Lake City.

The coalition oversees the state
and federal funding for all school
readiness programs birth to age
five for the counties of Union,
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette .
and Suwannee. Community par-
ticipation and input is welcomed.
If anyone interested in attending
this meeting has a disability re-
quiring special assistance, please
contact Stacey Nettles at 386

weekend hours

now available
at health
To better assist patients, the
Union County Health Depart-
ment will now hold extended
hours on Thursdays until 7 p.m.
The health department will also
take Saturday appointments from
8 a.m.-noon. Please call 386-496-
3211 to schedule an appointment
or to obtain more information.

Continued from Page 1A

According to Sam LeNeave,
center manager of the Suwan-
nee Forestry Center, this deploy-
ment not only assists the Georgia
',Forestry Commission, but may
. N serve Florida's forestry interests
as well.
"Our friends in Georgia are
running full-bore on wildfires in
their state and they need the help,
but we always have in our mind
the knowledge that the worst
S"fires jump our common border.

Strike Team Leader Senior Ranger James Rourks discusses the deployment with
Suwannee Forestry Center Manager Sam LeNeave.

Continued from Page 1A

Several members of Norris'
family spoke about the impact
the loss of their daughter, sister
and wife has had on their tives.
Norris' baby daughter could be
heard throughout the courtroom
saying, "mama" over and over.
* "If there was any sentence
I could enter that would bring
Jodie back, I would do it," said
Judge Lott. "Mr. Crusaw has to
be accountable for his actions.
It would not be just for him to
receive a minimum sentence
because he repeated criminal ac-

Continued from Page 1A

Pressley was placed in the rear of
McMahan's police car.
When McMahan arrived at the
Bradford County Jail and drove
into the receiving area, she al-
legedly found that Pressley had
pieces of marijuana all over his
pants and inside his mouth. A
torn baggie of marijuana was
found in the rear of the patrol car,
with pie1e'fauaf"r'ilj. fll -oer
the backseata.

Addressing Crusaw, she said,
"After the crash, you left an in-
jured infant and someone you
knew at the scene. You didn't
render aid...You were looking
out for yourself when you left."

Saying she knew there was
still time for Crusaw to turn his
life around, she imposed a sen-
tence of 20 years imprisonment
(with credit for 263 days served)
followed by five years of proba-
tion with a community service
requirement to speak to young
people about the consequences
of his actions at various churches
and schools.

McMahan said she had vacu-
umed out the rear seat just a few
hours earlier and no other suspect
had been in the rear of the patrol
car since that time.
Charges of possession of mari-
juana, possession of marijuana
with intent to sell, introducing
contraband into a detention facil-
ity and destruction of evidence
were added to those against
Bond for Pressley was set.at
$42,500. Bond for Highland
was set at -25,00 Both men re-
mained in jail as of press time.

Plant and chick

sale this weekend

The annual Lake Butler FFA
Plant and Chick Sale will take
place at the Union County High
School agriculture department
on Wednesday-Friday, March
30-April 1, from 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
each day..
The tentative availability
list of plants and trees includes
the following: crape myrtle,
boxwood, iris, ligustrum, hy-
drangea, red tip, roses, Indian
hawthorn, pecan trees, apple
trees, jasmine, butterfly bush,
plum trees, althea, peach trees,
spirea (bridal bush), pear trees,
gardenia, olive trees, bottle
brush, nectarine trees, azaleas
and dwarf azaleas, Asian pear
trees, persimmon trees, purple
leaf plum, pomegranate trees,
dogwood, blueberry bushes,
red bud, blackberry bushes,
Bradford pear, grape vines, live
oaks, fig trees, Leyland cypress,
keylime trees, sycamore, loran-
pettelum and shumard oak.

Breeds that will be available
on Wednesday, March 30, in-
clude white leghorn pullets and
straight run (or SR), black sex
link pullets, golden sex link pul-
lets, Rhode Island red pullets
and SR, New Hampshire red
SR, barred rock pullets and SR,
Cornish rock SR, black aust SR,
buff orpington SR, sil wyandotte
SR, ameraucana SR, Deleware
SR, black giant pullets, white
rock pullets and SR, ancona SR.
black Minorca SR, white frizzle
cochin bantam, Florida white
pekin SR and hatchery choice
goose SR.
Breeds that will be avail-
able on Friday, April 1, include
speckled Sussex SR, assorted
Brahma stand SR, standard as-
sorted cochin SR, buff rock SR,
partridge rock SR, buff catalana
SR, cream bra banter SR, red
crested red Polish SR, spangled
Cornish bantam SR, BB red
modern bantam SR, blue quail

old English bantam SR, porce-
lain old English bantam, assort-
ed sebright bantam SR, bronze
turkey SR and white turkey SR.

We have to work together," said
The most recent example of
this was the 2007 Bugaboo Fire,
which burned some 125,000
acres in Columbia and Baker
Residents should be aware that
there is a possibility of smoke
from these current Georgia fires
entering into North Florida,
causing problems for drivers.
If you encounter smoke on the
highway, slow down and turn on
your headlights. Obey any'traf-
fic control officers who may-be

Band students earn superior

Several students from the
Union County High School
marching band recently qualified
to perform at the District Solo and
Ensemble Music Performance
Assessment in Gainesville.
Following the district event,
three UCHS students qualified
to play at the state level in Tal-
lahassee, each bringing home a
superior rating.
UCHS senior Cheyenne Tem-
pest played a four-mallet ma-
rimba solo, scored a superior
with distinction. This score is
the highest possible rating while
playing memorized music.
Tenth grader James Brown

qualified to play two instruments
at the state level. Brown's snare,
drum solo was rated as excellent
while his timpani solo received a
superior score.
Additionally, eleventh-grade
student Kelly Gray received a
superior rating for her flag and
dance solo.
The Union County High
School concert band also re-
ceived a superior rating at the
District Music Performance As-
sessment. During the MPA, high
school bands must score between
a level 3 and level 6, with six be-
ing the highest level. Bands must
then receive a superior rating at

a performance level of five or
six in order to qualify to play at-
the state level. The UCHS con-
cert band received a superior rat-
ing for their level 5 performance
and will attend the state MPA in
Tallahassee in April. The perfor-
mance will be graded by univer-
sity-level judges.
Other band happenings in-
clude a jazz band and percussion
concert on Saturday, May 14, at
7 p.m. and a UCHS/LBMS band
spring concert on Thursday, May
19, at 7 p.m. Both performances
will take place at the high school
auditorium and are free and open
to the public.

(L to R) Union County High School marching band members Cheyenne Tempest, Kelly
Gray and James Brown each received a superior rating at the state music performance

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Two of the four dozer/tractor plow units deployed and
ready to roll.

April 5
Basic Computer
Digital Photography
April 12
P Basic Internet
U Social Networking

April 19
E Basic Email
R Genealogy

April 26
C Basic Word
L Basic Web Design

s At
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S Public Library

E Call to register
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Thursday, March 31, 2011 *Union County Times 3A

Continued from Page 1A
,teams to date are the Reception
and Medical Center who has
raised $2,065, Lake Butler El-
ementary School raising $2,020
and Lake Butler Hospital with
$1,101. The top three individual
fundraisers to date are Gary Ce-
cil with $1,445, Rebecca Brown
with $500 and Delores Sapp, also
with $500.
If you would like more infor-
mation on forming or signing up

a Relay For Life team, contact
Christy Baggett at 352-745-1619
or register online at relayforlife.
If you wish to order a lumi-
naria, contact Bobbie Morgan at
386-867-0781 or,386-496-2045.
If you are a cancer survivor
and would like to attend the sur-
vivors' recognition dinner and
opening lap around the track,
there is still time to register. You
can register online at relayforlife.
org/lakebutlerfl or call Survivor-
ship Chair Rebecca Brown at

Carpool ads running

T: he Union County Times,
Lake Region Monitor, and
:Bradford County Telegraph
pow include B-section classified
advertisements specifically for
arpooling. The change comes as
residentss of all three counties are
turning increasingly to carpools
as the price of gasoline continues
to rise.
The ads will be priced at the
regular weekly class ad rate of,
$9.50 for an ad of up to 20 words

,Get over the idea that
only children should spend
their time in study. Be
a student so long as you
still have something to
learn, and this will mean
all your life.
Henry L. Doherty
1870-1939, American

SRead as you taste fruit
or savour wine, or enjoy
friendship, love or life.
*Holbrook Jackson

People are constantly
:clamoring for the joy of
lifoAs for me, I find the
joy of life in the hard and

and 20 cents per word for each
word over 20. When you place a
carpool ad and pay that regular
price for the first week, the ad
can be run for free for a second
Readers are welcome to call
386-496-2261,904-964-6305, E-
mail uctimes@windstream.net,
or visit our Union County Times
Facebook page for questions or

cruel battle of life to
learn something is a'joy
to me.
J. August Strindberg
1849-1912, Swedish
Dramatist, Novelist, Poet

There is no end to
education. It is not that
you read a book, pass an
examination, and finish
with education. The
whole of life, from the
moment you are born to
the moment you die, is a
process of learning.
Jiddu Krishnamurti
1895-1986, Indian

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Children wave their flags and cheer the survivors as they took their opening lap around the track during the 2010-
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FGC named No. 1 community college

Rep. Leonard Bembry
recently presented
a Florida House of --, ..a.
Representatives tribute to :
Florida Gateway College.
Bembry said he wanted
to recognize the college
for its recent efforts that
culminated in its high
ranking in Washington
Monthly magazine. The
magazine named FGC
the No. 1 community
college in Florida,
ranking No. 26 nationally.
Pictured from the left
were Florida Gateway
College President Dr.
Charles Hall, Florida
Gateway College Board
of Trustees Chairman
Chuck Brannan and

A good book is the
precious life-blood of the
l... -er ,spir/t.-embalmed
-;'. :nd treo.red upon
purpose for a life beyond.
John Milton
1608-1674, British Poet

Books are not. absolutely
dead things, but do
contain a certain potercy

of life in them, to be as
active as the soul whose
progeny they are; they
preserve, as in a vial,
the purest efficacy and
extraction of the living
intellect that bred them.
John Milton
1608-1674, British Poet

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New Eastern Star officers...

On March 18, the installation of \he 2011 officers of Lake Butler Chapter No. 40
Order of the Eastern Star, took place at the Lake Butler Masonic Lodge. ABOVE:
Joyce and Bob Windgassen were installed as the new worthy matron and
worthy patron. BELOW: Installing Grand Officer Joy Felt and Installing Grand
Organist Virginia Beggs led the ceremony.

RMC K-9 team nabs sex offender

On March 18, a Florida De-
partment of Corrections canine
tracking team successfully cap-
tured an alleged Columbia Coun-
ty sexual offender in Lake City.
Timothy Bowie of Lake City
was charged with sexual battery
on a child and taken into custody
by the Columbia County Sher-
iff's Office (CCSO). He was be-
ing held on a $1 million bond.
According to CCSO, when
confronted about the alleged in-
cident, Bowie broke away and
ran into a wooded area. CCSO
requested assistance from the
Reception and Medical Center's
Canine Tracking Team, which
promptly responded to track
Officers involved in Bowie's
capture were Sgt. Anson John-
son, Officer Weston Gaultney,
Officer Orey Swilley, K-9 Buster
and K-9 Patriot.
RMC Warden Brian Riedl said
the canine tracking team found
the man in just a short amount of
Riedl said the RMC's K-9 units
get called out very frequently and
at all hours of the day and night.
"The majority of the calls we
respond to are missing persons,
wanted persons,fugitives,fleeing
felons, etc. Our teams perform
their duties at great personal risk,
and they are a significant asset
to the communities they serve,"
said Riedl.
Thirty-seven canine teams are
located at prisons throughout
Florida, on call 24-hours a day

From Reception and Medical Center, Sergeant Anson
Johnson with K-9 Buster, Officer Weston Gaultney, and
Officer Orey Swilley with K-9 Patriot.

to respond to local law enforce-
ments' requests for assistance in
locating people. Last year alone,
DOC's bloodhounds were called
to assist sheriff's offices, police
departments, the Florida High-
way Patrol and others in need a
total of 611 times-averaging
close to two calls per day.

"No telling how many bad
guys have been.taken off of Flor-
ida's streets by DOC K-9 units,"
said Riedl.
The original purpose of canine
tracking teams was to track (via
scent) escaped inmates, but with
fewer and fewer escapes occur-

ring (there have been no escapes
from a secure perimeter since
2006), their services are now be'-
ing used more often by local law:
enforcement who don't have K-9
units of their own, or who need
additional K-9s to assist their
The dogs live in kennels on.
the prison grounds, and most ar-
bloodhounds except for a fewxV
beagles. The dogs do not attac"l
when they find their quarry, (they
bounce excitedly instead), which
is why many law enforcement
agencies prefer DOC tracking:
units to find missing or runaway.
children and the elderly.

UC library hosts special programs

April is National Poetry
Month and the Union County
Junior Friends of the .Library
will celebrate by hosting Po-
etry Night on Saturday, Apri 2,
from 5-7 p.m. Join local teens
and adults as they show off their
artistic side with poetry, art, mu-
sic, games and more. Coffee and
cookies will be served.
New free computer classes

\vill take place each Tuesday
during April. Basic computer
classes are still offered at 10
a.m. on Tuesdays.

Evening classes are held from
5:45-7:45 p.m. and will feature
some new and exciting subjects
including digital photography,
social networking, genealogy
avti-basic Web design.

In addition, throughout the.
month of April, E-government:
assistance (online forms) will be
available from 1-.3 p.m. on Tues-
days. If you are interested iri
registering for a computer class,-
visit www.newriver.libfl.us or-
call 386-496-3432. Designed:
for adult learners, all classes are
free and open to the public.

CASE NO.: 63-2010-CA-000063
pursuant to an Order' Rescheduling
Fbreclosure Sag dated March 23,
2011 and ente 0d in Case No. 63-
2010-CA-000063 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH:Judicial Circuit
in and for UNIOCI County, Florida
is the Plaintiff And CHARLES JOE
the Defendants, The Clerk of the
Court will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR
am, on the 28th day of April, 2011, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:.
BUTLER, FL 32054
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must file a claim.
,within sixty (6'0)days after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on March 24, 2011.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate'in
this proceeding should contact (386)
496-3711 (Voice) or (904) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida fRelay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
3/31 2tchg 4/7-UCT
Florida Department of Environmental
Northeast District Office
Draft/Proposed Permit No.
New River Solid Waste Association
New River Regional Landfill
Union County, Florida
Applicant; The applicantforthisproject
is New River Solid Waste Association.
The applicant's responsible official
and mailing address are: Mr. Parrell
O'Neal, Executive Director, New
River Solid Waste Association, New
River Regional Landfill, Post Office
Box 647, Raiford, Florida 32083.

Facility Location: The applicant
operates the existing New River
Regional Landfill, which is located in
Union County at 24276 N.E. 157th
Street, Raiford, Florida.
Project: The applicant applied
on September 15, 2010 to the
Department for a Title V air operation
permit revision. This is a revision
of Title V air operation permit No.
1250008-003-AV. The existing
facility consists of a municipal solid
waste (MSW) landfill. This permit
revision is being 'issued for the
purpose of incorporating the terms
and conditions of air construction
permit No. 1250008-004-AC, which
authorized the construction of landfill
gas collection and control system in
accordance with the requirements of
NSPS, Subpart WWW Standards
of Performance for Municipal Solid
Waste Landfills.
Permitting Authority: Applications
for Title V air operation permits are
subject to review in accordance
with the provisions of Chapter 403,
Florida Statutes (F.S.) and Chapters
,62-4, 62-210, 62-213 of the Florida
,Administrative Code (F.A.C.). The
proposed project is not exempt
from air permitting requirements
and a Title V air operation permit
is required to operate the facility.
The Department of Environmental
Protection's Air Resource Section
in the Northeast District Office is
the Permitting Authority responsible
for making a permit determination
for this project. The Permitting
Authority's physical and mailing
address is: 7825 Baymeadows Way,
B-200, Jacksonville, Florida 32256.
The Permitting Authority's telephone
number is 904/256-1700.
Project File: A complete project file is.
available for public inspection during
the normal business hours of 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through
Friday (except legal holidays), at
the address indicated above for the
Permitting Authority. The complete
project file includes the draft/proposed
permit, the statement of basis, the
application, and the information
submitted by the applicant; exclusive
of confidential records under Section
403.111, F.S. Interested persons may
view the draft permit by visiting tihe
following website: http://www.dep.
state.fl.us/ air/emission/apdsldefault.
asp and entering the permit number
shown above. Interested persons
may contact the Permitting Authority's
project review engineer for additional
information. at the address or phone
number listed above.
Notice of Intent to Issue Permit: The
Permitting Authority gives notice of it6
intent to issue a draft/proposed Title
V air operation permit revision to the
applicant for the project described
above. The applicant has provided
reasonable assurance that continued
operation of the existing equipment
will not adversely impact air quality
and that the project will comply with
all appropriate provisions of Chapters
62-4, 62-204, 62-210, 62-212, 62-
213, 62-296 and 62-297, F.A.C.
The Permitting Authority will issue
a final permit in accordance with
the conditions of the draft/proposed
permit unless a response received
in accordance with the following
procedures results in a different
decision or a significant change of
terms or conditions.
Comments: The Permitting Authority
will accept written comments
concerning the draft/proposed Title V
air operation permit for a period of 30
days from the date of publication of the
Public Notice. Written comments must

be received by the close of business
(5:00 p.m.), on oi-before the end of
this 30-day period by the Permitting
Authority at the above address. As
part of his or her comments, any
person may also request that the
Permitting Authority hold a public
meeting on this permitting action. If
the Permitting Authority determines
there is sufficient interest for a public
meeting, it will publish notice of the
time, date, and location in the Florida
Administrative Weekly (FAW). If a
public meeting is requested within
the 30-day comment period and
conducted by the Permitting Authority,
any oral and written comments
received during the public meeting will
also be considered by the Permitting
Authority. If timely received written
comments or comments received at
a public meeting result ip.a significant
change to the draft/proposed permit,
the Permitting Authority shall issue
a revised draft/proposed permit and
require, if applicable, another Public
Notice. All comments filed will be
made available for public inspection.
For additional information, contact
the Permitting Authority at the above
address or phone number.
Petitions: A person whose substantial
interests are affected by the proposed
perriitting decision may petition for an
administrative hearing in accordance
with Sections 120.569 and 120.57,
FS. The petition must contain the
information set forth below and
must be filed with (received by)
the Department's Agency Clerk in
the Office of General Counsel of
the Department of Environmental
Protection, 3900 Commonwealth
Boulevard, Mail Station #35,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000.
Petitions filed by the applicant or any
of the parties listed below must be filed.
within 14 days of receipt of this Written
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit.
Petitions filed by any persons other
than those entitled to written notice
under Section 120.60(3), F.S., must
be filed within 14 days of publication
of the attached Public Notice or within
14 days of receipt of this Written
Notice of Intent to Issue Air Permit,
whichever occurs first. Under Section
120.60(3), F.S., however, any person
who asked the Permitting Authority
for notice of agency actiorf may file
a petition within 14 days of receipt of
that notice, regardless of the date of
publication. A petitioner shall mail a
copy of the petition to the applicant
at the address indicated above, at the
time of filing. The failure of any person
to file a petition within the appropriate
time period shall constitute a waiver
of .that person's right to request
an administrative determination
(hearing) under Sections 120.569 and
120.57, FS., or'to intervene in this
proceeding and participate as a party
to it. Any subsequent intervention
(in a proceeding initiated by another
party) will be only at the approval of
the presiding officer upon the filing of
a motion in compliance with Rule 28-
A-etitioti'that disputes the niaterial
fadts'. 6r which the Permitting
Authoritfys action is based must
contain the following information:
(a) The name and address of each
agency affected and each agency's
file or identification number, if known;
(b) The name; address and telephone
number of the petitioner; the name,
address and telephone number of
the petitioner's representative, if
any, which shall be the address for
service purposes during the course of
the proceedings; and an explanation
of how the petitioner's substantial
rights will be affected by the agency

determination; (c) A statement of decision of the Permitting Authority .Florida/htm.
when and how the petitioner received on the application- have the- right **"."-
notice of the agency action or to petition to become a party to the Objections: Finally, pursuant to 42
proposed decision; (d) A statement of proceeding, .in accordance with the United States Code (U.S.C.) Section
all disputed issues of material fact. If requirements set forth above. 7661d(b)(2), any. person may'petition
there are none, the petition must so Mediation: Mediation is.not available the Administrator of the EPA within
indicate;(e)Aconcisestatementofthe for this proceeding. 60 days of the expiration of the
ultimate facts alleged, including the EPA Review: EPA has agreed to Administrator's 45-day review period
specific facts the petitioner contends treat the draft/proposed Title V air as established at 42 U.S.C. Section
warrant .reversal or modification of operation permit as a proposed Title 7661d(b)(1), to object to the issuance
the agency's proposed action; (f) V operation permit and to perform its of any Title V air operation permit.
A statement of the specific rules 45-day review ptoyided by the law Any petition shall be based only on
or statutes the petitioner contends and regulations concurrently with objections to the Permit that were
require reversal or modification of the the public comment period, provided raised with reasonable specificity
agency's proposed action including that the applicant also transmits an during the 30-day public comment
an. explanation of how -the alleged electronic copy of the required proof period provided in the Public Notice,
facts relate to the specific rules or of publication directly to EPA at the unless the petitioner demonstrates to
statutes; and, (g) A statement of the following e-maill address: oquendo. theAdninistratorofthe EPAthatitwas
relief sought by the petitioner, stating ana@epamail.epa.gov. Although impracticable to raise such objections
precisely the action the petitioner EPA's 45-day review period will be within the comment period or unless
wishes the agency to take with performed concurrently with the the grounds for such objection arose
respect to the agency's proposed public comment period, the deadline after the comment period. Filing of
action. A petition that does not for submitting a citizen petition to a petition with the Administrator of
iSbitie the material facts upon which object to the EPA Administrator will be- the EPA does not stay the effective
the Permitting Authority's action is determined as if EPA's 45-day review date of any permit properly issued
based shall state that no such facts period is.performed after the public pursuant to the provisions of Chapter
are in dispute and otherwise shall comrhent period has ended. The 62-213, F.A.C. Petitions filed with the
contain the same information as set final Tit'e V air operation permit will Administrator of EPA must meet the
forth above, as required by Rule 28- be issued after the conclusion of the requirements of 42 U.S.C. Section
0 6.301, F.A.C. 45-day EPA review period so long as 7661d(b)(2) and must be filed with.
because the administrative hearing no adverse, comments are received the Administrator of the EPA at: U.S.
process is designed to formulate final that result in a different decision EPA, 401'M Street, S.W., Washington,
agency action, the filing of a petition or significant change of terms or D.C. 20460. For more information
means that the Permitting Authority's conditions. The status regarding regarding EPA review and objections,
final action may be different from EPA's 45-day review of this project visit EPA's Region 4 website at http://
the position taken by it in this Public and the deadline for submitting a www.epa.gov/region4/air/permits/
Notice of Intent to Issue-Air Permit--citizen petition-can be found at the Florida/htm.
Persons whose substantial interests following website address: http:// 3/31 Itchg-UCT
will be affected by any such final www.epa.gov/region4/air/permits/

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Public Library's Halo: Reach tournament on March 12. The winners took home a prize members Alex Riggs, Matt Brown, Gary Cecil and Paul Whitlow.
bag of goodies and $5 each.

Library game night March 12 .


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members included Sam Lovelace, Shane Long, Jaylin Mock and Michael Riggs.

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during a prize drawing at the library's game night. This Junior Friends of the Library 8
sponsored the event, which was attended by more than 40 teens and adults and f-
featured a Halo: Reach tournament as well as other popular video games.

Farm Bureau, Spires team up to feed
hungry through Ministerial Alliance

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B Section Thursday, March 31,- 2011 FEATURES


Top 2 steers sell for more than $8,000 at Bradford County Fair

The grand champion and
reserve grand champion steers,
shown by Jencie' Hardee and
Clay Whitehead, respectively,
fetched more than $8,000 at
this year's Bradford-Union
Steer Show and Sale, with a
total of 31 steers selling for
Hardee's grand champion
steer, which weighed 1,264
pounds, sold for $4,424 to
Capital City Bank, Roberts
Insurance, Michael Hardee
Timber and Dale Mosley Tire.
The 1,230-pound reserve grand
champ shown by Whitehead
dold for $3,997.50 to Strick's
Properties, Teal Tile and
Carpet and A&M Recovery.
The average weight per steer
in the sale was 1,185 pounds.
At an average ring price of
$2.75 per pound, the average
price paid per steer was
' The other participants in the
sale, the weight of the steers,
the total price per steer and the
buyers for each steer were as
follows: Taylor Crawford,

1,092, $3,003, A&M
Recovery; Jordyn Addison,
1,161, $3889.35, Farley Cattle
Company, Southern States;
Caitlyn Halle, 988, $2,964,
Hillandale Quality Feed;
Dyllan Bradley, 1,234, $4,319,
Gainesville Fisher House,
Weed Systems Inc.,
Competitive Edge Partners and
Consulting, Muse Show Cattle;
Randa Conner, 1,330,
$3,990, Bradford Fuel, Kenny
Thompson, Jones, Edmunds
and Associates, Roberts Land
and Timber, J.B. Coxwell
Contracting, Kelner
Engineering; Brent Blanton,
1,178, $3,239.50, Jones,
Edmunds and Associates,
Kelner Engineering, Tom
Jenkins Electric; Lindsey
Hanson, 1,209, $3,022.50,
Community State Bank;
Austin Willingham, 1,211,
$2,422, Gainesville Fisher
House, Muse Show Cattle,
Weed Systems aInc.,
Competitive Edge Partners and
Consultants; Haley Anders,
1,017, $5,084, Cypress Hollow

Gunsmith, Gordon Smith,
Dicks Wings, Dale Brown,
Laredo Mexican Restaurant,.
Vanzant Heavy Equipment
Repairs, Carter's Fried
Chicken, First Coast Florida
Recovery, Walt Brandt, John
and Margie Dukes;
Brett Blanton, 1,094, $2,735,
Nettles Meat Processing,
Hildebrand Midway; Cassie
Tomlinson, 1,128, $3,384,
Swift Creek Realty, Concept
Construction, Knight's
Electric; Harlee Rimes,'1,189,
$3,269.75, High Springs
Electric, Swift Creek Realty,
Ward-Wiggins Farms,
Causseaux, Hewett and
Walpole; Taylor Whitehead,
1,177, $3,824, Whitehead
Family Cattle, Robert
Whitehead; Bradford Jr. FFA,
1,249, $3,122.50, Community
State Bank; Taylor Nettles,
1,220, $2,440, Pritchett
Trucking; John Grant Tallman,
1,067, $2,934.25, Pritchett
Trucking; Brad Blanton, 1,149,
$2,872.50, Teal Tile and
Carpet; Bradford Sr. FFA,


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The grand champion steer, shown by Jencie Hardee, was bought for $4,424 by
Capital City Bank, Roberts Insurance, Michael Hardee Timber and Dale Mosley Tire.

1,199, $2,398, Publix;
Kensley Hamilton, 1,226,.
$3,678, Strick's Properties;
Ethan Box, 1,288, $3,220,-
Hillandale Quality Feed; -
Linsey Clark, 1,179,
$2,947.50, Liberty Trucking;
Zachary Nettles, 1,205,
$2,711.25, M&S Fertilizer;

Chance Taylor, 1244, $3,110,
Hillandale Quality Feed,
Concept Construction; Katie
Willingham, 1336, $2,672,
Pipeline Contractors; Case
Emerson, 1,196, $3,588, Ho-
Bo Tractor; Tara Holtzendorf,
1,211, $3,027.50, A&M-
Recovery, Starling Family

Dentistry; Kristin Hodgson,
1,110, $2,775; Clyatt Ward
Timber; Brenan Clyatt, 990,
$2,970, Prosperity Bank,
Union LaSteel, World Wynn
Building; and Kaitlin Griffis,

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93 auctioned off in swine sale

This year's Bradford-Union
Swine Association sale at the
Bradford County Fair
consisted of 93 pigs, with the
Grand champion and reserve
champion selling for $12 per
pound and $7 per pound,
Corey Robinson showed the
grand champion for Bradford
alumni. The animal was
bought by Williams Show
SPigs, W.W. Gay, Ray's Metal
SWorks, Anderson Columbia
and Elixson Wood Products.
The reserve champion was
shown by Lee Elixson. It was
bought by Elixson Wood
Products, Murray Ford and
Woodmen of the World.
The remaining exhibitors,
the prices paid per pound and
the buyers were as follows:
'Miranda Merritt, $3, Archer
Funeral Home; Taylor
SFurikawa (Lake Butler Middle
School chapter), $4, Spefice
Chemical, Union County
Schools administrators, Gator
SFire Extinguishing; Witt
Thomas, $3.50, Shadd
Trucking; Natalie Anders, $3,
Anderson Columbia; Makayla
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Well Drilling; Kyle King, $3, Spratlin Towing; Rachel
Pritchett Trucking; Noah Summers, $4, CDM, APAC;
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Trucking, Jackson Trucking; Summer Fulgham,
Construction; Walker $4.50, Pipeline; Macey
Crawf6rd, $6;50; Anderson. Fulgham, $4.5'0, A&M
Columbia, GTO Recovery, Recovery; Kasey Rhodes,
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'APAC, Ho-Bo; Lane Reddish, (Lake Butler alumni), $3.25,
$5.50. ""Prestige, Sheffield, Mr. Stone, L.V. Hines, SWI,
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John John Whitehead; Austin Worrell, Capital City Bank,
Parrish, $3.50, CDM, Ho-Bo; Roberts Insurance; Karsyn.
Alec Harden, $3.50, Strick's Jenkins, $3.25, Kelner
Properties; Hayden Balkcom, Engineering, Jenkins Electric;
$4, Florida Pest Control, Ciara Thornton, $3, ROT,
Starling Family Dentistry; Union Power; Taylor Crosby,
Taylor Barnes, $5.50, Marvin $7.50, W.W. Gay, Florida Pest
SDoxey, Starke Transmission, Control, Ray's Metal Works;
Noah's Ark, Sunstate Carson Coleman, $3, D.
SCollision, Precision, East Star Mosley Trucking; Lane
Inc.; Dustee Clemons, $5, Griffis, $3.25, ROT, Robby
Clemons Farm, James Worrell Construction; Shelby
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Lewis; Corey Hersey, $3.75, Products; Lindsey Tucker, $3,
Bruce and Kelly Dukes, CDM, Community State Bank;
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Hom 5 show best-overall exhibits in horticulture at fair
tific hnots

Cheryl Brownlee and
Wayne Mclntire

Mclntire to wed

April 16
Cheryl L. Brownlee of
Starke and Wayne K. Mclntire
of 'Melrose announce their
engagement and upcoming
Brownlee is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
employed with the Bradford,
County Sheriff's Office:
Mclntire served 40 years in
law enforcement and is retired.
They both attend First Baptist
Church of Starke.
The wedding will be held on
Saturday, April 16, at 4 p.m. at
the 'Starke Golf and Country
Club with a reception to
follow. No local invitations are
being sent.

uerailine Mnuerson

Anderson to
celebrate 80th
The children of Geraldine
Anderson will be honoring her
with a dinner for her 80'
birthday. The dinner will be
held Saturday, April 9, at New
River NCM Church on C.R.
125 in Raiford. Dinner will
begin at 4:30 p.m. Ladies,
please feel free to bring a

BHS class of
1961 to hold
50th reunion
meeting on
April 4
The Brad 'id High School
class of 1961 has scheduled a
planning meeting for its 50th
reunion for Monday, April 4,
at 6 p.m. at Western Steer.
Family Steakhouse.
The reunion is scheduled to
take place May 13-14.
For more information,
.please call Tom Smith at 904-
,964-9222 or Anne Miller at

professional fly
Professional fly fisherman
and fly-tying expert John
Waldron will speak at the
Thursday, March 31, 7 p.m.
meeting of Crosshorn
Ministries, an outdoors
spiritual group open to males
of all ages.
Past Crosshorn meetings
have been held at the Starke
Golf and Country Club, but
this meeting will be held at the
Theressa Community Center,
which is located on Southwest
81 Street east of Hope Baptist
Church, Visitors are asked not
to park in the Theressa Fire
Department lot but on the
grass/ball' field at the
community center.
Waldron works with Black
Fly Outfitters of Jacksonville
and has designed many of the.
flies it sells. He will
demonstrate how to use a fly
rod, gear and equipment. A
follow-up workshop will be
offered So you can learn how
to tie your own fly.
An "outdoors" devotional
and door-prize giveaways will
Also be a part of the evening's
Admission is free. Snacks
and drinks will be available.
*For more information, please
call John Whitfield at 352-475-
1904. You may also e-mail
Whitfield at

Free tobacco-
classes to be
held at B-U
career center
The Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center, in a
partnership with the Suwannee
River Area Health Education
Center, wilil\'ffer a free Quit
Smoking Now course; which
will begin Tuesday, April 5.
The course, which may be
taken by those 19 years of age
,and older, lasts six, weeks.,
Classes are held every Tuesday
througli May '10 from 5:30"
p.m. until 7 p.m. Free nicotine
replacement will be provided.
A grant through the Florida
Department of Health' has
made this course possible.
To register, please call Katie
Hadsock toll free at 866-341-

Starke Kiwanis
hosts annual
golf tournament
on Good Friday
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
will host its annual golf
tournament on Friday, April:
,22, beginning with a shotgun
start at 8:30 a.m. at the Starke
Golf and Cbuntry Club.
Cash prizes will be awarded
for. first, second and third
place. The cost to enter, which
includes cart, lunch, goody bag
and prizes,:is $50 pei person.
The format is a four-man
For more information,
please call Cheryl Canova at
904-964-5382 or Barry Warren
at 352-494-3326.

Five earned best-overall-
exhibit awards in this year's
horticulture division at the
Bradford County Fair.
In the youth division, Ella
Dinkins earned the award for a
strawberry pot, while Caleb
Ripplinger earend the award
for chicken eggs. Dinkins also
earned a blue ribbon for an
angel-leaf begonia, while
Ripplinger earned a blua
ribbon and best-in-class award
for another chicken eggs entry.
Laurie Compton earned a
best-overall-exhibit award in
Sthe adult amateur division with
a pale-yellow orchid. Compton
earned a total of three blue
ribbons, with the other two
awarded to her pink orchid and
ponytail palm. The ponytail
palm, like the pale-yellow
orchid, received a best-in-class
In the professional division,
John Steyer earned the award
for a salad bowl, while the
Pendarvis family earned one
for its strawberries. Pendarvis
Farms earned a total of two
blue ribbons for strawberries.
Bill Schirrmacher earned
four best-in-class awards in the
youth division for leaf lettuce
and kohlrabi (3). Also in the
youth division, Trevor

Ella Dinkins earned a best-overall award for her
strawberry plant.

Holtzendorf earned a best-in-
class award for quail eggs.
Holtzendorf earned another
blue ribbon for brown chicken
Other ribbon winners in the
youth division were:
Christopher Chancey blue
(Brussels sprouts), blue (pencil
cactus; Keary Matthews blue
(Brussels .sprouts), blue
(pothos); Hope Moody blue
(snake plant), blue (purple
cabbage); Shane Griffis blue
(pencil cactus), blue (cabbage);
Kaleb Patterson blue
(cabbage), blue (mother of
thousands); Travis Curtner
blue' (Brussels sprouts), blue
(snake plant); Nicholas
Jackson blue (pothos), blue
(cabbage); Brittany Castillo
blue (spider plant), blue
(cabbage); Bruce Carlton blue
(snake plant), blue (purple
cabbage); Sean Alexander blue
(cabbage), blue (pothos); _
Misty Larose blue
(Icabbage), blue (spider plant);
Robert Enyart blue (kale), blue
(spider plant); Lexi
Androlevich blue (dianthus-
pink); Kaylee Androlevich
blue (cactus); Alexis Lewallen
blue (turkey eggs), blue (quail
eggs), red (2) (chicken eggs),

white (duck eggs); Wayne
Toms blue (turkey eggs), red
(chicken eggs-brown), red
(duck eggs), .red (chicken
eggs-colored), white (quail
eggs); Meghan Harris red
(foliage); Tymber Tatum blue
(bamboo), rel (sansevieria);
Brooklyn Cunningham blue,
red (spider and pothos mix);
Bobbie Acevedo blue (herb
garden); Becky Melton blue
(herb garden); Madison
Bennett blue (jade plant); Lake
Harris blue (chicken eggs);
Ashley Harris blue (chicken

eggs); Kennedy Elder blue
(Norfolk pine); Emily O'Neal
red (silver queen); Stephanie
NesSmith red (spider plant);
Madison Whjte blue (chicken
eggs-showgirl), white (chicken
eggs-chochin); and Payton
White white (chicken eggs-
Japanese black tail), white
(chicken eggs-odd).
Rebecca Burkett earned a
best-in-class award in the
amateur adult division for
lettuce. She also earned a blue
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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section

Top rabbits

belong to Paul,

Courtney Paul and Gabe
Tallman exhibited the grand
champion and reserve
champion, respectively, in the
Bradford-Union rabbit show at
the Bradford County Fair.
Paul's grand champion was
a Florida white buck. She also
earned a blue ribbon for a
Netherland dwarf buck and red
ribbons for two standard rex
bucks and a mini rex doe.
A mini rex buck earned
Tallman the reserve champion
trophy. Tallman also earned a
blue ribbon for a mini rex doe.
In all, 30 rabbit exhibits
were entered. The exhibitors,

See RABBITS page 6B

Courtney Paul
exhibited the
grand cham-
pion rabbit-a
Florida white
buck. LEFT:
Gabe Tallman,
pictured with
older brother
John Grant
showed the re-
serve cham-
pion-a mini
rex buck.

6 adults, 2 youth earn home rosettes

SEight earned best-overall
'rosettes for their exhibits in the
-home division at the Bradford
-;County Fair, with Debra
-Hirsch claiming two rosettes
:.for her needlework projects--a
dress and a dress and bag set.
Hirsch was one of six adult
participants who earned
:-:rosettes. Norma Lyon earned
-on,. for a knitted infant set,
:: whbe Marija Novak and
" Martha Smith earned rosettes
.-.for a tablecloth and quilt,
: respectively. Tamara Dinkins'
-earned one for canned datil
-pepper jelly, while Janet
flythe earned one for her
SHershey's Perfectly Chocalaty
chocolate cake.
Flythe earned eight ribbons
Sin all, including blue ribbons
for spiced tomato jam, plums
and barbecue sauce. She
Earned three red ribbons,
:including two for grape jelly
:and banana bred, and a white
ribbon for pear butter.
Lyon earned a total of four
Blue ribbons. She knitted
-.another infant set that earned
such a ribbon, while also
receivingg ribbons for a baby
;'afghan and a purse.
S Novak entered a total of
three tablecloths, receiving

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blue ribbons for all.
Dinkins also earned a blue
ribbon for strawberry jam,

ABOVE: Debra
Hirsch earned
rosettes in the
;- home division
for a dress and
"t a dress-and-
bag set. LEFT:
Tamara Dinkins
and her daugh-
ter, Ella, earned
rosettes foi
canned jelly
and marshmal-
low lollipops,

while Smith earned a blue
ribbon for another quilt.
In the junior division, Ella
Dinkins earned a best-overall
rosette for her marshmallow
lollipops, while Bethany Jones
earned a rosette for a
chocolate-chip pound cake.
Jones also earned a red
ribbon for cookies.
Other junior participants in
the area of food in the home
division and the ribbons they
earned were: Kaylee
Androlevich red (bread);
Tymber Tatum red (fudge);
Abby Jones blue (cake); Noah
Gibson blue (cake); Noah
Cook blue (candy); Greer
Gibson red (muffins); Kaitlin
Griffis blue (yeast rolls), blue
(cake), blue (fudge), blue
(brownies); and Jennifer Dicks
blue (dipped strawberries), red
Adult Anne Drogowski
received a blue ribbon in the
area of food for her apple cake.
Adults who received ribbons
in the area of needlework
besides Hursch, Lyon, Novak
and Smith were: Anne Cook
blue (Christmas basket), blue
(dress), blue (pincushion), blue
See HOME page 10B

Tymber Tatum -
earned the \
best-overall \ .
award in the. .
senior 4-H
class in the
area of paint- 4 ,
ings and draw- : '
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Tatum, Paul, Hamilton are tops in 4-H

Tymber Tatum, Courtney
Paul and Kensley Hamilton
earned the three best-overall
awards among the Bradford
County 4-H exhibits at this
year's Bradford County Fair.
Tatum's award came in the
paintings and drawings area of
the senior division. The project
was one of five blue ribbons
Tatum received. She had one
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photography, one in
woodworking and two in food
and nutrition. Tatum also had
red ribbons in photography (2),
woodworking (2), decorated
items (2), scrapbook, creative
arts, wearable art and creative.
arts, while receiving white
ribbons in wearable art (2) and
creative arts.
In the intermediate division,
Paul earned three blue ribbons,
one of which was for her best-
overall scrapbook project. Her
other blue ribbons were
awarded in the areas of
photography and wearable art.
Paul received two red
ribbons in photography and a
red ribbon each in decorated
items and creative arts.
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A day at the Florida Capitol

Editor's Note: The schedule of Representative
Janet Adkins gives the reader a snapshot of her
schedule for a week. Be aware that Representative
Van Zant and Senator Oehlrich also have a hectic
schedule during the session as they represent our

Notes from the Capitol
Dear Editor:
The third week of legislative session can best be
described as "long." The week started on Sunday
afternoon with the drive to Tallahassee. My daugh-
ter, Emily, was scheduled to serve as a house page
during spring break. The, page program is a spe-
cial opportunity for young Floridians to become
involved in the day-to-day workings of the state
dapitol. Each member is able to sponsor one page
and one messenger each session.
'On Monday, I attended the honorary Girl Scout
troop "pinning" ceremony in the senate chambers.
As a former Girl Scout, it was, rewarding to see so
many young women full of promise and potential
risingto the challenge of community service-. I
was met by Julia East, a sophomore at Fernandina
Beach High School, and was honored to have her
join me in the ceremony to place the Girl Scout pin
on my lapel.
The day was busy with preparation for bill pre-
sentations. This is an intense time in the day of
any member as you review the facts, review the
elements of the bill you are presenting and try to
anticipate the questions that will be asked.
The committee agendas are released two days
prior to the meeting and we learned that we would
present two bills on Wednesday, We also received
the budget allocations for each budget area and
were pleased to see some slight improvement in
the budget allocation for PreK-12 education. I was
pleased to see almost $250 million added to our
House K12 education budget.
Tuesday began with the PreK-12 appropriations
committee meetingand a presentation from the Of-
fice of Program Policy Analysis and Government
Accountability (OPPAGA) regarding the effective-
ness of state-funded mentoring programs. Based
on4e OPPAGA analysis, an additional $1 million
funding was restored to Take Stock in Children. I
had received many e-mails'regarding the valuepf
this program. The cut now represents a 25-percent
reduction, instead of a 50-percent reduction from
the prior year.
The final education allocation for fiscal year
2011-2012 is just over $12.3 Ullion. This includes
$8.2 billion in-general revenue funding, just under
$2.7 billion in federal grats and significant trans-
fers from other trust funds. Of the $12.3 billion total
budget allocation, nearly $8.9 billion is allocated to
the Florida Education Finance Program (FEFP) for
funding the classrooms..With the increased enroll-
ment projected for next school year, this represents
a 6.96-percent decrease in per-student funding.
Dollars were swept from other trust funds to help
protect education funding so this cut was a stretch
for Speaker Cannon and IFam grateful he continues
to value education as an investment.
Tuesday afternoon I attended the transportation
and highway safety committee meeting and was
honored to.be able to support our veterans with a
number of bills that came before the committee.
House Bill 1165 provides for person's status as vet-
eran to be indicated. on his or her driver's license or
identification.upon payment of additional fee and
presentation ef .peibon's Form
DD214. House BHI 3l31 provides
for a Silver Stariicense plate to be
issued by to recipients of Silver
Star withotHypayment of license B
tax. House Bill 431 requires ap-
plication form for original, re-
newal, or replacement driver's Norton 1
license or identification card shall.
include option to make voluntary Authori
contribution to Disabled Ameri-
can Veterans. '
At 3:15 p.m. it was time to head
to t the education.committee, my D I R.E C 1

third committee meeting for the day. Afterwards,
I continued my preparations for presentation of
House Bill 1255 Public School Accountability and
Proposed Committee Bill RRS 11-03 Reemploy-
ment Services. While preparing for committee, I
received the good news that House Bill 39 dealing
with K2 or Spice had been placed on its final com-
mittee agenda for Thursday morning. This would
be a record-having three bills on committee agen-
da in two days!
Generally most work on bills is done in the of-
fices of the staff and the members. When a bill is
placed on agenda, it normally indicates that leader-
ship.and the committee chair plan to pass the bill
out favorably. There are limited chances to have a
bill on agenda. The reality is 85 percent of all bills
die and never get heard in committee, so it is a big
deal when you are on agenda.
Wednesday began with an 8 a.m. education com-
petitiveness committee. We passed out House Bill
395 granting Sovereign Immunity to Shands Hos-
pital in Jacksonville and House Bill 1797 allow-
ing students of private schools and home' schooled
students to participate in sports programs. This was
initially established as a pilot in Nassau and Brad-
ford counties a couple of years ago, but the pilot
had expired. This bill removes the pilot language
and establishes it for all students throughout the
state. The bill has two more committee stops-in the
House before heading to the House floor.
House Bill 1255 Public School Accountability
passed unanimously out of the committee. This is
largely a housekeeping bill, but does include a new
emphasis on digital curriculum and budget trans-
parency. Specifically, it establishes budget trans-
parency by requiring school districts to post each
proposed, tentative, and official budget on their
The remainder of the morning was spent on desk
work and meetings. I met with representatives
from the Florida Virtual School regarding funding
cuts and with Baker County Commissioners Adam
Giddens and Jimmy Anderson. It was not Ibng af-
ter meeting with Baker County representatives that
SI learned that NEFSH privatization language was
present in the Senate HHS Appropriations Budget.
At 1 p.m. it was time for the rulemaking and
regulation committee. Here I presented Proposed
Committee Bill RRS 11-03 Reemployment Ser-
vices. This bill is a direct result of the committee
meeting last week where the Department of Edu-
cation staff was unable to adequately answer the
question of "How are you using this data?" For the
last 17 years, the department has been "monitor-
ing" the data. The proposed committee bill narrows
.the monitoring role of the department and repeals
provision of present rules that require data collec-
tion. It passed unanimously.
Perhaps the most controversial discussion in this
committee centered on requiring drug tests for re-
cipients of temporary assistance funds (formerly
known as food stamps). This bill was favorably
referred out of the committee, though the vote was
not unanimous.
Next it was time to meet with Speaker Cannon
regarding my concerns over talk of privatization of
Northeast Florida State Hospital. I reviewed with
him the white paper on the daily cost per bed.at
the private and state facilities and how the private
facility does not accept patients with a diagnosis
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our committee to reduce the
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like education.
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veto override, of HB 7103 from
last legislative session. This bill
removes barriers to conducting
business in the agricultural com-
munity and was passed during
the 2010 legislative session with
115 "yeas" and 0 nayss."
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Not happy with

the fair
Dear Editor:
I am writing to complain
about the quality of the fair this
year. First, the slide ride only
had two rugs to sit on. This
made the line long. This also
caused the worker to ask riders
not to race. I am 36 ydars old
and one of the only reasons that
I .purchase the armband is to
race my children down the slide.
-Many slides were not opera-
tional. My youngest child is 10,
my oldest 18. They do not care
6t ride the little cars that go in a
circle. With two of the bigger
rides down, the selection for
them was very limited. One of
nty boys actually only rode one
:The food selection was also
very limited. My husband only
goes to the fair for the junk
f' d. He could not find any
sNeets, no fried oreos, twinkies
or'anything like that. There was
no bottled water. We arrived at 5
p.pi. on Monday and could not,
fifld a bottle of water at any of
tlie stands.
') realize the county is not in
charge of this but the name of
our fair is the Bradford County
Fiir. This does speak for our
county no matter if you really
are in charge of it. I am not the
oily one who noticed. I cannot
speak for the inside booths.
They were not yet open.
Virginia Daugherty

hanks to

Western Steer
Dear Editor:
"On March 21, I called the
"Pstern Steer Family Steak-
house (a/k/a "corm house"-
t~i 's what my granddaughter
lovingly calls it) in Starke. My
husband and I are currently liv-
inrrlut of state and I needed to
oitder some food for a dear'
friend whose mother had passed
aV.ay. A short while later, I got a
call from the Western Steer
Family Steakhouse, telling me
that when the food was picked
Uf by my niece, she forgot t1he
bahana pudding Without'thesita-
ti6n, they asked the address of
whIere the food needed to be
delivered. To my surprise, they
ddeivered all the way to Samp-
son City. I just wanted them to
know how thankful I am. What
incredible staff and food the
Western Steer Family Steak-
hoise has in Starke. Thank you
again and may God bless you
G. Coleman
Keystone Heights

Don-t be

Dear Editor:
bid you kn-,v orineof the fast-
estigrowing housing areas in the
United States is. called "Igno-
rance Heights? ''The ones who
live here are t~e ones who think
that big government is the an-
swer to all their problems. They
rely on the multitude of helps
that the government has for
Little do they know that i.t is
just the beginning of their sor-
rows. They are totally ignorant
of the fact that the more they
rely- on government, the more
they become enslaved. Our gov-
ernment has an insidious agenda
in that they want you to become
dependent on them, so they will
have total power over your ac-
tions and will, if allowed,
change this country into a com-
munist nation with them in the
power seat.
This is a "change" that we
should not believe in. These
"elites" think you are too stupid
to make decisions for yourself,
so they will .want to tell you
what to do, how to do it, where
to work, where to live. etc.
LOOK a LUD'a. LOOK at tne nis-
tory of Communist Russia.
MIany people risked their lives to
get away from this type of gov-
ernment and indeed many were
killed. a

Why would people who are
free, want to give up their free-
dom to be slaves? I can only
surmise that it's because they
are lazy, shiftless and totally
ignorant of what the government
has in store for them.
They are blind to their future,
and are continuing to move into
a housing area called "Ignorince
Heights." This area is doomed to
destruction because they will

continue to go to "government"
for their help instead of looking
to the Holy One of Israel or
seeking help froln the Lord.
Robert Baker

Police need to

set the example
Dear Editor:
My opinion and observa-
I cant figure out how the Law-
tey Police Department can be
exempt from several of the laws
that I would get a ticket for.
The police chief says the po-
lice don't have to -wear seat
belts, even though Florida stat-
ues (316.614) exemption list
does not include police. I be-
lieve that he made up something
to justify their breaking the law.
I've read a lot of blogs from
other departments and there is
just not any concrete evidence
that they are exempt. I did read
some states make exceptions,
but Florida doesn't. One de-
partment told me that if they had
a wreck and they did not have
on their'seat belt that their insur-
ance would not pay.
Yes, we need police, but they
need to be examples so -others
can look up to them, especially
our young. Believe me, they
learn from seeing what our offi-
cers do.

Parking within 10-15 feet
from fire hydrants; nowhere
have I found that the police are
At the last Lawtey council
meeting a citizen stated that she
wanted her city water, police
protection and fire department.
That's all good. We send our
kids to school and are satisfied
they will be safe. If a fire broke
out and the fire department
needed the hydrant in front of
the school at the corner of Ad-

ams and 301..chances are a po-
lice car would be there right in
front of it. They can't justify that
running the blue light district by
blocking a fire hydrant is in the
name of safety of our citizens.
Wake up folks. Things aren't as
good as they appear and are
With gas above $3.50 per gal-
Ion why do the police leave their
cars running in front of the Law-
tey City Hall? Is this in the name
of safety or is it they don't want
to gel in a hot car? The chief
knows this is happening and I
was told it would be stopped.
Maybe with the turn over of
officers they weren't all told.
Am I picking on the police? No,
they are doing all this by them-
In Waldo there is a big sign
on 301 as you are going south,
"Slow down, don't text while
driving." That is a great sign. I
say hats off to the city of Waldo.
Thanks for the warning. Hello
Lawtey. The only sign I see is
"save the police department,"
and it's near the city hall. It
looks to me like there should be
a large sign on 301, "Please
speed so we can chase you down
and give you a stiff fine so we
can save our police department."
The city charter says we have
to have a chief of police and
whatever the city council deems
necessary to keep the peace. I
don't believe it was intended to
have a Chicago-style depart-
ment. Per capital we have about
10 police too many. Since the
population is staying about the
same as it was 50 years ago and
one policeman was sufficient, I
say one should be enough now.
The expenses would be greatly
reduced. We could ask the AAA
to take us off the "speed trap"
list. Then we could get our pride
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Gayle Clark Arnold, 59, of Lake
Butler, died Thursday, March 24,
2011, at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville
after a brief illness. Mrs. Arnold
was born in Gainesville and lived
most of her life in Lake Butler.
She was a correctional officer
with the Reception and Medical
Center West Unit of Lake Butler.
She attended North Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church near the
Santa Fe area of Alachua County.
Mrs. Arnold was preceded in
death by: her mother, Victoria
Feagin Clark; her sister, Kathy
Ward; and her brothers, Johnny
Clark and David Clark.
She is survived by: her husband
of 20 years, Shelton Arnold Jr. of
Lake Butler; a daughter, Tara
Arnold of Lake Butler; a son,
Steve Kersey of Paducah, Ky.; her
father, John W. Clark of Alachua;
a sister, Carol Clark of
Gainesville; a brother, Billy
(Robin) Clark of Alachua; and two
Funeral services were held on
March 27, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
the Rev. Edwin Gardner
officiating. Burial followed at Mt.
Zion Cemetery. Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler is in charge
of arrangements.

Gerald Baillie
VIDOR- l" Sgt. Gerald B.
Baillie, 82, of Vidor, died
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, at
his residence. A native of Tarpon
Springs, he has lived in Vidor for
five years. He served his country
in the United States Army during

the Korean Conflict and the
Vietnam War and retired as a first
, sergeant with the Army Rangers.
Mr. Baillie was preceded in
death by: his son, Mark Everett
Baillie; his parents, Albert and
Leola Baillie; his brothers, Albert
David Baillie Jr. and Samuel
Baillie; and sisters, Gwendolyn
Baillie, Eleanor Baillie and Carol
He is survived by: his wife, Kay
Baillie of Vidor; daughters,
Geraldine Kay (John Paul) Baillie
Crawford of Starke and Jill Baillie
'of Vidor; sisters, Elizabeth Baillie
of Holiday and the Rev. Barbara
Kuehn Shope of Jacksonville; four
grandchildren, Camaro Bryan
Godwin and Jennifer J. Godwin,
Vivian Kay Crawford and Nikki
Rae Baillie; and five great-
grandchildren, Bryan Everette
Godwin, Toby Godwin, Willis
Godwin, Jillian Baillie Godwin
and lan Michael Crawford.
Cremation arrangements were
entrusted to Memorial Funeral
Home of Vidor, with burial to take
place at a later date at the Florida
National Cemetery in Bushnell.

Lamar Bevill
STARKE-Lamar Curtis "Lon"
Bevill Jr., 69, of Starke, died
Monday, March 21, -2011, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home.
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N.Y., on May 8, 1941, to Sylvia
O'Leary and the late Lamar Curtis
Bevill Sr. He was preceded in
death by his father, Lamar Curtis
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Emaline Dockery
Dobbs Dockery, 88, of Lake
Butler, died on Sunday, March 27,
2011, at Bradford Terrace in
Starke. She was born on Sept. 14,
1922. She was raised in Raiford,
and was of the Baptist faith.
She is survived by: her
daughter, Barbara Ann Yarbrough
Roberts of ,Lake Butler; a
grandson, Steven Curtis (Susie)
Roberts of Southlake, Texas; and
great-grandson, Zack Roberts of
Southlake; three sisters, Bettie
Brancoti of Starke, Kathryn.
Reddish of Lake Butler and Joyce .,
Carlton of Palatka.
She was preceded in death by:
her parents, Alpha Hurst and:
Johnnie O. Dobbs; two brothers,
Alvin Dobbs and Marjell Dobbs;
two sisters, Leoma Whitehead and
her twin, Mary Lou Whitehead; a
grandson, Blair Gary Roberts; and
her son-in-law, Gary H. Roberts.
Graveside services were held
on March 30, at the Mt. Zion ;
Swift Creek Cemetery in Lake
Butler with Pastor Art Peterson
officiating. Arrangements are '
under the direction of Dees-
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Mark Griffis
RAIFORI)-Mark Calvin
,Grifis, 48. of. Raiford, died at his
home in Raiford following an
extended illness. He was born in
Starke on Feb. 22, 1963, and had
'been a lifelong resident of
Ralford. Prior to his retirement, he
was a soil sampler for All Terrain
.Mr. Griffis was of the Holiness
denomination. He was preceded in
deith by his father, Calvin Griffis
He is survived by: his children,
Mark Calvin Griffis Jr. of Raiford,
Brittany Griffis Barringer of Lake
Butler. and Alissa Serenity Griffis,
also of Raiford: his mother,
.lcarlcan Thornton Griffis;
brothers, Glenn Edward Griffis
and David Riley Griffis, all of
Raiford: the mother of his
children, Lafonda Norman of Lake
Butler; and five grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
March 27, in the Dewitt C. Jones
Chapel with the Rev. Randall
Griffis officiating. Burial will be
at a later date. Arrangements are
under the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.

Gary Hickox
MELROSE-Gary Dean Hickox,
62, of Melrose, died in
Jacksonville on Wednesday,
March 23, 2011, following an
extended illness. He was born in
Jacksonville on Nov. 5, 1948, to
the late Virgil S. and Faustina
Florida Hickox Sr.
Mr. Hickox had been a resident
of Melrose for the past 16 years,
moving from the Jacksonville and
Macclenny area, and was self-
employed as a long distance truck
driver. He was of the non- -
denominational faith.
He is survived by: his wife of
42 years, Patricia "Pat"'; their
daughters, Nancy Marie (Lee)
Hughes of Melrose, and Melissa
Michelle (Jamie) Webb of
Macclenny; brothers, Virgil S.
Hickox Jr. of Jacksonville and
Jimmy Hickox of Mississippi; his
mother-in-law, Carrie Bell Mosley
of Lawtey; and five grandchildren.
:; Agraveside service was held on
March 25, at the Kingsley Lake
Cemetery. Arrangements are
inder the care of Jones-Gallagher
funeral Home of Keystone

SErl Hulme
.incent Hulme, 97, of Keystone
Heights, died Friday, March 25,
11, at his residence. Mr. Hulme
5as born on Dec. 8, 1913, in
(hicago, Ill., to the late Lorne and
ihea Banister Hulme and moved
k:Keystone Heights 12 years ago
ftrr' St. Augustine.
.N Mr Hulme served in the United
iale, Army during World War II,
ad was a retired musician. He
sa member of St. William
tholic Church and the local
lapter of Knights of Columbus.
He was preceded in death by:
lis brother, Loren Hulme Jr. He is
,. rvived by: his wife of 58 years,
Marilyn Houser Hulme of
keystone Heights; daughters,
S sbmela (Floyd) Burtner of
J.nderson, Bonita (Richard)
Sckney of Oakland, Md.,
instancee (Michael) Harrell of
6st Falls, Idaho, and Susan
Elmore of Keystone Heights; nine
grandchildren and eight great-
1dA memorial mass will be held
d; Thursday, Mdrch 3"1, at 10 a.m.
ijthe St. Williai Catholic Church
\*th Father 'Mike Williams
ciciating. Interment will follow
at2 p.m. in the Fliiida National
i2metery. Arrangements are
tder the care 9f"Jones-Gallagher
rFneral Home of Keystone
I#ights. r

Baul Rewak
4 ief Petty Officer Paul Robeht
Rdwak, 50, of Keystone Heights,
died Saturday, March 19, 20-11,
from injuries sustained .in a
motorcycle accident while in
Belgi'um. Mr. Rewak.was born in
Miami on April 25, 1960, and had
been a. resident of, Keystone
Heights.for the past 16 years. He
was serving in the United States
Navy as as a ITC Chief Petty Officer
adnl had attended Freedom Baptist
.His enjoyments in life were his
:amnii, riding his motorcycle,
;arign at the beach, listening to
tilun,.. traveling, photography, and
j at spending time with the people
around him.
; Vr. Rewak was preceded in
death by his daughter, Sarah. He is
siivived by: his wife of 27 years,
Rose Marie Lathan Rewak of
Keystone Heights; daughters,
Cirrie Rewak-Williams of
Lvwtey, and Stacy Quinnell of
Valparaiso; his parents, Paul
Rpwak and Joann Duarte; his half
sitters and brother, Holly Fajardo
IS Cummings, Ga., Sherri
(Iazero) Mayor of Cooper City,
Sisan (Ricky) Pineiro of Miami,
f'inya (Jay) Tiner of Callahan,
al Mike (Linda) Norris of St.
Nrarys; and his ive grandchildren.

'Rose would like to give'a very
social thank you to her great
friendss Dewitt and Helen Hersey
ai3 the special people of Keystone
flights for all of the support they
h.ve given.
".Visitation for Mr. Rewak was
hItd at the Freedom Baptist
Oiurch in Keystone Heights on
N4arch 29. Funeral services were
hfld on March 30, in the Freedom
Baptist Church with Pastor.Ken
HI-rring and Navy Chaplin
Williams officiating. Full military
honors were given at the church

following the service. Burial will
be held at the Jacksonville
National Cemetery at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Violet Starling
LAWTEY-Violet Elaine
Redding Starling died on Sunday,
March 27, 2011, at her home in
Lawtey following a lengthy battle
with brain cancer. She was a
member of Evergreen Baptist
Church and served as their pianist
for most of her life.
Mrs. Starling was preceded in
death by: her mother, Jewell
Redding; a sister, Maxine
Redding; and an infant son, James
D. Starling.
She is survived by: her father,
Louin Redding; her mother-in-
law, Oia "Tinkey" Starling; her
husband, James T. Starling; her
daughter, Ann Starling; her son,
James A. (Roena) Starling; and
two sisters, Norma Lou (Glenn)
Griffis and Judy (the late Jimmie)
Funeral services were held on
March 30, at the Evergreen
Baptist Church of Lawtey with the
Rev. Albert Starling and the Rev.
Ron Kimbrell officiating.
Interment will follow at
ManntoArn Cemetery in Glen St.
Mary. Arrangements are under the
care of Forbes Funeral Home of

Dorothy Underhill

DorothyA Underhill
STARKE-Dbrothy L.
Underhill, 77, a lifelong resident
of Starke, died on Sunday, March
27, 2011. She was born in
Bradford County on April 17,
1933, to the late Oscar Yates and
Mamie Nichols Yates. She was a
previous member of Bible Baptist
Church of Starke and was a great
She loved helping others even
at the expense of her own well-
being and she loved her family
dearly. She was preceded in'death
by: her husband of many years,
Colley Bit Underhill; her brother;
her sister, Edna Blakenship; and
her mother-like influences, Martha
Padgett and Aunt Lil.
She is survived by: her
children, Colley and Sandy
Underhill of Jupiter, Dottie and
Edwin Baker of Keystone Heights,
and Steve and Melinda Underhill
of Starke; her sister, Betty Yates;
her nine grandchildren; her six
great-grandchildren; and the
children she fostered, Marie
Brabham, and other Blakenship
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Friday, April 1, at 11 a.m. in
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Shirley Walker
SPEEDVILLE-Mother Shirley
Ann Walker, 71, of Speedville,
died Thursday, March 24, 2011.
She was born on July 4, 1939, in
Melrose. She was a retired Head
Start teacher.
She is survived by: four sons,
Mark (Donna) Walker of St.
Petersburg, David (Wendy)
Walker of Gretna, La., Michael
Walker of Speedville, and Harold
(Beate) Walker .of Clarksville,
Tenn.; a brother, James (Adell)
Wanton; and a sister, Geraldine
(Pedro) Flores, both 6f Speedville.
The wake and viewing for Mrs.
Walker will be held at Pleasant
Grove Missionary Baptist Church
in Speedville on Friday, April 1,
from 6-7 p.m. A celebration of life
service will be held at 11 a.in. on
Saturday, April 2, at Trinity
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights... Burial will be in
Speedville Community Cemetery.
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on Nov. 8, 1934. She had been a
lifelong resident of Bradford and
Alachua counties.
She was a member of the First
Baptist Church of Waldo and was
affectionately known as Jo. She
drove a school bus for 29 years
and raised four children. She was
preceded in death by her former
husband of 51 years, Durwood
Dortch Sr.
She is survived by: her husband
of two years, Charles Womeldorf
of Waldo; her children, Mary
(Ricky) Griffin of Louisiana,
Donna (Billy) Smart of
Middleburg, Durwood (Vicki)
Dortch Jr. of Clermont, and Rance
(Christine) Dortch of Gainesville;
her brother, James Thomas; 11
grandchildren and 12 great-
Funeral services were held on
March 26, at the First Baptist
Church of Waldo with the Rev.
Jim DuBois officiating. The
family received friends on March
25, at the church. Arrangements
are under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
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"Woody" Franklin Wood, 94, of
Keystone Heights, died
Wednesday, March 23, 2011, at
the Roberts Care Center in
Palatka. Mr. Wood was born in
Moultrie, Ga. on Oct. 7, 1916, to
the late Tom and Nettie Murphy
Wood and had been a longtime
resident of Keystone Heights,
moving here from Jacksonville.
He was a member of Hope
Baptist Church. He was a retired
farmer, mechanic and was in
charge of the maintenance for the
Gibbs Guest House in
Jacksonville. He was preceded in
death by five brothers and one
Mr. Wood is survived by: his
children, Charlotte Siler of Ocoee,
Donald (JoAnn) Wood of
Keystone Heights, and Randy
(MiMi) Wood of Port St. Lucie;
his five grandchildren, three great-
granchildren, and three great-
Funeral services for Mr. Wood
were held on March 28, in the
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Chapel with Pastor Dean Slocuhmb
officiating. Burial followed in
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

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type of ribbon won and breed
and sex were as follows: Lake
Harris, blue, Thrianta buck;
Ashley Harris, red, dwarf
buck; Grace Johns, red, mixed
doe; Teagan Bradley, blue,
Dutch doe; Savannah Dreer,
blue, English spot doe; Ridge
Bradley, red, Dutch buck;
Kasserly Perkinson and Lacey
Dreer, blue and red, pair .of
satin does; Amanda Bertine,

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$3, Publix; Emily Acevedo,
$3, Sunray Goats, Achieve of
Suwannee; Shelbie Barber, $3,
Liberty Trucking; Morgan
Worrell, $4.25, ROT; Kendal
Stalnaker, $3.75, Roberts Land
and Timber, APAC, North
Florida Livestock Market;
Madeline Strickland, $5,
Murray Ford; Dylan Gault, $6,
GC&G, Madison Street
Pharmacy; Jordan 'Luke, $4,
A&M Recovery, Capital City
Bank, Roberts Insurance;
Brandon Page, $3, Kathy and
Walter Brandt; Morgan Dukes
(Sr. FFA-Union), $4, Gator
Fire, Spence Chemical, Lyons
and Lyons Accounting; Shane
Hendricks, $3.75, ROT,
Worrell Construction; Hayden
Thompson, $3.25, D. Mosley
STrucking; Ashley Johnson,
$3.25, Union Power; Alexia
Ray, $3.50, D. Mosley
Trucking; Reed Thames,
$3.25, Cowboy's; Dustin

blue, Florida white doe;

Jackson Holton, red, Dutch
buck; Abi Ripplinger, red,
mini rex buck; Georgia
Wilson, red, mixed doe; Emily
West, blue, lionhead doe;
Hannah Nistler, red, mini rex
buck, red, mini rex doe; Taylor
Crosby, blue, lionhead doe;
Trevor Holtzendorf, red, dwarf
doe, red, Dutch buck; Lexi
Ray, blue (2), mini. lop doe;
Tara Holtzendorf, blue, Dutch
buck, red, dwarf buck; Katie
Caren, red, Dutch doe; and
Ashley Holt, red, lionhead doe

Hersey, $3, Florida Pest
Control; Garrett Williams,
$3.75, Jerry Whitehead, John
H. Whitehead, Carlton Faulk,
John John Whitehead, Bruce
Dukes; Bailey Riggs (Bradford
Middle School FFA), $10,
Roxanne and Rachel Rosier,
D. Mosley Trucking;
Dylan Holton, $3.25,
Pritchett Trucking; Monet
Moore (Sr. FFA-Bradford),
$10, A&M Recovery, Roxanne
and Rachel Rosier, GC&G,
Madison Street Pharmacy,
Teal Tile and Carpet, Florida
Pest Control; David Best, $5,
Liberty Truckinr; Lauren
Sellars, $3, Kathy and Walter
Brandt; Connor Austin, $7.50,
Anderson Columbia, A-Plus
Learning Academy; Jessica
O'Steen, $4, Jerry Whitehead,
John H. Whitehead, Carlton
Faulk, Santa Fe Ford, John
Henry Whitehead, Morgan:
Dukes; Sean Jones, $4.50,
Pipeline; and Chelsey Dreer,
$3.25, Melson Trucking.
Note: Grand champion and
reserve champion photos were
not available as of press time.

Thursday, March 31, 201 Telegraph, Times a5 Monitor B Section 7B

SCrime & Punishment
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
Edwin Ferrin Atwood, 47, of
Starke was arrested March 24
by Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond March 25.
Joshua B. Baldenegro, 21, a
Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged March 23
by Union. County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Capt. 'H.M.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
burglary of a structure and
laroeny. Bond was set at
$4,000 and he was returned to
the custody of DOC.
Emily L. Barton, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 27 by BCSO deputies
for driving without a valid
driver's license, possession of
less than 20 grams of
marijuana and two counts of
possession of a controlled
substance without a
John Bennett, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 24 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for burglary to a
James Daniel Bernard, 42,
of Starke was arrested March
27 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. He was
released on March 27.
Jennifer Marie Blackwelder,
27, of Lake Butler was charged
March 23 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson with driving while
licde is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
Truin Lyvel Blye, 38, of
Starke was arrested March 28
b.y BCSO deputies on four
counts "of' 'oie' 'Y '
probation for original felony
charges. He was being held on
no bondanid remained in jail as
of press time.
Thomas Allen Box, 28, of
Starke was arrested March 22
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
March 22.
Tamara Lee Burgess, 19, of
Waldo was arrested March 23
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for driving
without a valid driver's license
and possession of a controlled
substance without a
Daniel Reid Cblapman, 35,
of Keystone ,Heights was
arrested Mar r 22 by SPD

officers for dealing in stolen
property. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond March 23.
Antonio Junior Chavarria,
52, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 25 by UCSO Deputy
John Whitehead on an Alachua
County warrant for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000.
Jonathan Cox, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 22 by CCSO deputies
for driving without a valid
driver's license and possession
of narcotic equipment.
Timothy Steven Cox, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March .24 by UCSO
Investigator Jerry Feltner on
March 24 on warrants' for
burglary to a structure, armed
burglary to a structure, two
counts of,larceny, grand theft
firearm and dealing in stolen
property. Bond was set at
$75,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Joshua Jaye Davis, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 21 by UCSO Dep!ty
Todd Hanlon for dealing in
stolen property after allegedly
purchasing a stolen AR15 rifle
for $100 and then hiding it
under the handicap ramp at his
. Christopher Gaskins, 37, of
Kississimee, was arrested
March 23-by BCSO deputies
for violation of probation for
an original felony charge. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
A 16-year-old Raiford
juvenile was arrested March
26 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for criminal
mischief with property damage
and resisting an officer with
violence. The juvenile
allegedly punched holes in the
wall of the family residence
and made repeated threats to
an elderly relative in the
presence of witnesses. When
Whitehead attempted to
handcuff him, the juvenile
alleged locked his arms and
fefused.:to be handcuffed. He
also pushed Deputy Whitehead
and continued to actively resist
Leeda Green, 49, of Starke
was arrested March 23 by
CCSO deputies for grand theft.
Abram Griffis, 37, of
Lawtey was arrested March 26
by Lawtey Police Department
(LPD) officers for possession
of drugs and possession of
narcotic equipment. Bond was
set at $20,000 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
William Joseph Hallam, 29,
of Starke was arrested March
25 by BCSO deputies for
burglary of an unoccupied
dwelling, grand theft auto and
dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $55,000 and
he remained in jail as of press

Jack Harman. 32, of Melrose
was arrested March 26 by
CCSO deputies on warrants for
burglary to a structure, grand
theft firearm and failure to
appear in court.
Charles Henderson. 53, of
Lawtey was arrested March 27
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,500 and he
was released on bond March
Rocky Holland. 31, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 25 by CCSO deputies
on a warrant for violation of
Robert Jackson Jr., 27, of
Starke was arrested March 27
by SPD officers for trespassing
in a structure. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
March 28.
Tyrone Jenkins, 42, of
Starke was arrested March 26
by SPD officers for disturbing
the peace. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond March 28.
Kristin L. Campo-Klein, 52,
of Lawtey was arrested March
24 by SPD officers for retail
theft. Bond was set at $1,000
and she was released on bond
March 25.
George Joseph Lajoie, 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 23 by UCSO
Investigator Feltner for dealing
in -stolen property after he
allegedly sold a stolen JVC
flat-screen television set to
another person.
Jeremy Andrew Lancaster,
20, of Starke was arrested
March 28 by SPD officers for
trespassing. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released on
bond March 29.
Rebeka Lynn McCormick,
25, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 26 by BCSO deputies
for DUI and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$3,500 and she was released
on bond March 26.
Jennifer Cone Norviel. 28.
of Lake Butler was arrested
March 21 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she was
released on bond March 21.
Tyeoka Lynn Oyler, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 25 by BCSO deputies
for battery on 'a person 65
years or older. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she remained in-jail
as of press time.

Christopher M. Paknik, 28,
of Brooksville was arrested
March 25 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $252 and he, was
released on bond March 25.
Franklin Pendarvis, 54, of
Callahan was arrested March


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26 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on three
counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. He \was being held on
no bond and remained in jail as
of press time.
Robert Pittman, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested
March 25 by. BCSO deputies
for disorderly intoxication. He
was released on March 26.
Alexis Wysteria Ridgeway,
31, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 27 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for trespassing-
failing to leave the property
upon. order of the owner and
battery on a law enforcement
officer. According to the
report, Ridgeway was asked by
the property owner, and by
Deputy Whitehead to leave the
property. She left, but
allegedly returned
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was still there. During the
arrest process, Ridgeway also
allegedly intentionally spat on
Deputy Whitehead's leg. She
was released March 28.
Kevin Scott Rowland, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 26 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. He was
released on March 26.
Robert Todd Sheldon, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested
March 25 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
released on his own
Levi Daniel Smith, 21, of
Starke was arrested March 21
by SPD officers for false
imprisonment (preventing an
adult from leaving the
premises) and aggravated
battery on a pregnant victim.
Bond was set at $15,000 and
lie was released on bond
March 2t.
Sara Elaine Starling, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested March 24
by SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond
March 2.
Stephanie Elaine Starling,
39, of Lake Butler was arrested
March 23 by IJCSO Deputy
Whitehead for disorderly
intoxication and shoplifting.
Starling allegedly concealed
eight cans of beer in the.
waistband of her pants while in
the Kangaroo store in Lake
Butler. Bond was set at $2,000
and she was released on bond
March 28.
Robert Sylvester, 29, of
Starke was arrested March 28

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by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for contempt of court.
Eldiic L. Taylor, 30, of
Gainesville was arrested
March 17 by UCSO Deputy
John Riggs on a warrant for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor offense.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Jeffrey Taylor, 45, of
Lawtey was arrested March 26
by CCSO deputies for retail
Paul Jason Todd, 30, of
Starke was arrested March 27
by UCSO Deputy Donnie
Jones for battery after
allegedly grabbing the victim
by the throat and throwing her
to the ground during ah
Robin Michelle Truett, 41,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested March 27 by BCSO
deputies for driving while
license is -suspended or
revoked. She was released on
March 27.
Paul Wade, 23, of Keystone
Heights was arrested March 28
by CCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of narcotic
Narcie McKinney Walker,
37, of Lawtey was arrested

March 26 by LPD officers' for
driving while license, is
suspended or revoked- and
possession of chemicals used
in the manufacture of
controlled substances. Bond
was set at $10,000 and she
remained in jail as of press
Amelia Dawn Wilkison, 21,
of Starke was charged March
25 by the state attorney's
office in relation to a domestic
incident that took place in June
of 2010. She was charged with
aggravated battery, armed
robbery and grand larceny.
Bond was set at $350,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
Teresa Renee Wright, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested March 28
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and
she was released on bond
March 28.

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Fashionable 4-
The 4-H fashion show
featured 11 youth ages
5-15 modeling their
choice of outfits, includ-
ing formal, casual and
sporty attire. Strawberry
Queen Courtney Sexton
and Strawberry Prin-
cess Kelsey Brooker
helped emcee a.nd pre-
sent awards. All partici-
pants received blue rib-
bons. Pictured are:
(front, I-r) Tara Holtzen-
dorf, Bobby Jo
Montford, Lexi Ray,
(middle, I-r) Charlee
Montford, Hannah Nis-
tier, Madison Bennett,
Ella Dinkins, Alyssa
Reddish, (back, I-r) Lucy
Montford, Ellen Red-
dish, Sexton, Brooker
and Chloe Walker.

Youth exhibit goats in

atmnual 44-H- show
Becky Melton (top) and Aghley Harris (above)
showed the grand champion and reserve grand
champion goats, respectively, at this year's 4-H
youth goat show and little kids exhibition. Melton
Also earned first place in senior showmanship and
first in the meat goat class. Harris was tops in the
pygmy class, while Tara Holtzendorf had the top
dairy goat. Kristapher James was first in intermediate
showmanship, while Angela Flournoy was first in jun-
ior showmanship. Harris was second in junior show-
manship. Photos by Durrance Photography.

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art, while receiving red ribbons
in creative arts (2),
photography, woodworking
and wearable art.
There were 20 exhibitors in
all in the junior division. Those
besides Hamilton who
participated and the areas they
received ribbons in were:
Hannah Nistler-photoglr4py
(2 blue, 1 red); Tara
Holtzendorf- educational
posters (1 blue), decorated
items (1 blue), paintings and
drawings (2 blue); Addison'
Andrews-woodworking (1
blue, 1 red), wearable art (2
red), decorated items (2 red);
Meghan Harris-educational
posters (1 red), woodworking
(1 blue, 1 red), wearable art (2
red), decorated items (2 blue),
cake decorating (1 blue);
Stephanie NesSmith-
woodworking (1 blue, 1 red),
wearable art (2 blue, I red),
decorated items (1 blue, 1 red);
Bailee Rae Sheppard-
photography (1 red),
woodworking (1 blue),
wearable art (1 red, 1 white),
decorated items (1 red); Lexi
Ray-photography (3 red),
scrapbook-( ( blue), creative
arts (3 blue), wearable art (1
blue), food and nutrition (2
blue); Walker Knight-
Crawford-photography (1
blue); Georgia Wilson-
creative arts (1 red); Savannah
Dreer-creative arts (1 red),
cake decorating (1 blue),
paintings and drawings (1 red);
Grace Johns-woodworking
(1 blue, I red), wearable art (1
blue, 1 red), decorated items (2
blue); Emily O'Neal--
woodworking (1 blue, 1 red),
wearable art (2 red), decorated
items (1 blue); Ellen
Reddish--woodworking (1
blue), wearable art '"( blue, 1
red), decorated items (1 red),
paintings and drawings (1
blue, 2 red); Kenedy Elder-
photography (1 blue, I1red),
woodworking (2 blue, 1 red),


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wearable art (2 blue),
decorated items (2 red); Lexi
Androlevich-photography (1
blue, 1 red), creative arts (1
blue), decorated items (2 blue),
cake decorating (1 blue);
Madison Bennett-
photography (2 red),
woodworking (1 blue, 1 red),
creative,arts (i blue),-t' crable
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and drawings (1 red);
Brooklyn Cunningham-
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woodworking (1 blue),
wearable art (3 red), decorated
items (2 red); Charli
Morrow- woodworking (1
blue), wearable art (1 blue, I
red); and Cammee Morrow-
creative arts (1 blue), wearable
art ( blue, 1 red).
Four besides Paul exhibited
items in the intermediate
division: Kaitlin Griffis-
photography (2 blue), creative
.arts (3 red), decorated items (1
blue, 1 red), food and nutrition
(3 blue); Charlee Montford-
woodworking (1 blue),
wearable art (1 red), decorated
items (1 blue, I red); Preston
strickland-paintings and
drawings (1 blue); and
Madeline Strickland-
photography (1 blue),
woodworking (1 blue),
clothing and textiles (1 blue, 2

Kensley Hamil-
ton earned the
award in the
junior 4-H divi-
sion with a pro-
ject entered in
the area of

In the senior division, Lucy
Montford earned a blue ribbon
in woodworking and red
ribbon each in scrapbook and
decorated items. She also
earned a white ribbon in
wearable art.
Chelsey Dreer, also a
member of the senior division,
earned a blue ribbon in cake
The chance to exhibit
projects was also open to
Cloverbuds, who are children
ages 5-7. All Cloverbuds earn
green participation ribbons.
Cloverbuds who participated
and the areas they exhibited in
were as follows: Trevor
Holtzendorf- educational

posters, creative arts,
decorated items, paintings and !;
drawings; Katie Caren-'-
educational posters, creative
arts, decorated items (2),
paintings and drawings; Ella':-
educational posters, "
woodworking (2), fiber arts,
creative arts (2), wearable art
(3), decorated items (2), food
and nutrition, paintings and
drawings; Jada Harris-
woodworking, wearable art,
decorated items (2), food and -
nutrition, cake decorating,
paintings and drawings; and
the Clover Buddies club led by
Sarah Crawford-educational .




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Thursday, March 31, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 98

Top cattle Showmanship awards go to Tallman, Conner, Hansen

Five awards were presented
in each age class of the
Bradford-Union Cattleman's
Association Showmanship
Contest, with John Grant
Thllman, Randa Conner and
ijndsey Hansen earning first-
place honors.
'Tallman placed first in the
junior (8-12) class, receiving a
$300 award sponsored by
Farm Credit Service. Conner
received the $300 first-place
ayard-which was sponsored
by Greg and Kevin Box-in
the intermediate (13-15) class,
vhile Hansen received the

$300 first-place award-
sponsored by Paul Waters-in
the senior (16 and up) class.
The second-place award in
each class w~a $200, while
third-, fourth- and'fifth-place
awards were $150, $100 and
Courtney Paul placed second
in the junior class, while
Cassie Tomlinson, Brad
Blanton and Tara Holtzendorf
placed third, fourth and fifth.
The second-place award was
sponsored by Ward-Wiggins
Farm, while the third-place
award was sponsored by

Cowboy's. New River Ranch
sponsored the fourth- and fifth-
place awards.
In the intermediate class,
Caitlyn Halle was second,
followed by Jencie Hardee,
Ethan Box and Brett Blanton.
Emerson Nursery/Rental
Plants and Eric and Kim
Crawford sponsored the
second- and third-place
awards, respectively.. The
Bradford County Soil and
Water Commission sponsored
the fourth- and fifth-place
Clay Whitehead and Dyllan

Bradley placed second and
third, respectively, in the
senior class. Taylor Whitehead
was fourth, while Chance

Taylor was fifth. Hendricks
Farms and Muse Show Cattle
sponsored the second- and
third-place awards,

respectively. The Bradford
County Soil and Water
Commission sponsored, the
fourth- and fifth-place awards.

Commercial heifer, performance

awards go to Whitehead, Paul

iClay Whitehead showed the
top commercial heifer, while
Courtney Paul earned the
overall performance award at
the breed show at this year's
Bradford County Fair.
Starling Dentistry sponsored
the $150 award that went to
Whitehead. Case Emerson had
the second-place commercial
heifer and received a $100
prize sponsored by McKinney
Limousin Farm.
The overall performance
award won by Paul was
sponsored by the Zedra
Hamilton family.

Shanea Hardee and Kaitlin
Griffis received the first- and
second-place Herdsman
awards, respectively. The
Kiwanis Club of Starke
sponsored the $100 and $75

Continued from Page 2B

ribbon for foliage and a red
ribbon for succulent.
Those who earend ribbons in
the amateur adult division
besjes Burkett and Compton
were: Jackie Host red
(pineapple bromeliad), Pat
Caren blue (snapdragon
wagon), red (lemon-lime
dracaena), red (catnip), white
(marantha), white (Swedish
ivy), white (pencil cactus);
Ellen Harrington blue
(sansevieria)-,rTed- (aloe), red
(snake plant), red (dracaena),
white (silver queen), white
(pineapple plant); Danny
Patterson red (chicken eggs);
Jamie Sullivan blue (bearded
iris); Janet Flythe red (Gerbera
daisy), red (pansy); and Sara
Lawry blue (snake plant), blue
bobwhitee eggs), red
(Christmas cactus), red
a (Kalanchoe), red (mother of
thousands), red (quail eggs),
white (night-blooming cereus).
In the professional division,
Steyer earned 88 blue
ribbons-besides the one he
won for his best-overall salad
bowl-for the following:

first- and second-place prizes.
Paul earned a third-place
Herdsman Award, while
Linsey Clark and Rachel
Rosier were fourth and fifth,
respectively. Clyatt Well
Drilling sponsored the $50
third-place award. The
Bradford-Union Cattleman's
Association sponsored the
fourth-' and fifth-place

In the FFA record Ibook
contest, Whitehead placed first
in the senior class, while
Emerson was first in the junior
class. They received $50
awards sponsored by
Cowboy's seniorr class) and
Malcom Hill (junior class).
Randy Conner sponsored the
$30 second-place award in the
senior division, which went to

bunching onion (2), red-sails
lettuce (2), flowering kale,
tomato-stake (3), red maple,
Ajuga (3), caraway, lemon
balm (2), Mayan marigold,
succulent (4), jade plant,
mixed foliage, Okinawa
spinach, garden mum,
spiderwort, chocolate mint,
Japanese celery, Swiss chard
(2), dino kale (2), 'elephant
garlic (2),\ kale-pink, kale-
white, strawberry (2), lily-
purple, germander, impatiens-
double pink, salad burnett;
Malabar spinach, wild
tomato, plantain, buttercrunch
lettuce, kale (2), patio tomato,
Asiatic lily (2), impatiens-
orange, rosemary, dandelion,
pepper-super chili, curly
mustard, endive, lambs
quarters, cavelo, red bay kale,
Oriental onion, Daikon radish,
pink mizuna, collard flower,
Asian celery, Batavian lettuce,
Japanese mugwort, garlic
chives, galactic lettuce, lizards
tail, chickweed, Russian red
kale, Japanese kale, thistle,
hybrid radish, spring mix, red
fire lettuce, green romaine,
Asian mustard, blond Swiss
chard, Siberian kale, Sicilian
chicory, bravo cabbage,
butterhead lettuce, wong bok,
vitamin green, French sorrel,

Clark. Cassie Tomlinson
received the $30 second-place
award-sponsored again, by
Hill-in the junior class.
Ashley Brewer and Paige
Eaves were first and second,
respectively, in the 4-H record
book contest, receiving $50
and $30 awards sponsored by
New River Ranch: Paul and
Griffis placed first and second,
respectively, in the
intermediate class, receiving
$50 and $30 awards sponsored
by Emerson Nursery and
Rental Plants.
In the junior class of the 4-H
record book contest, Madison
Bennett was first, while Tara
Holtzendorf was second. Kim
Crawford sponsored the $50
first-place award. Euphoria
Stables sponsored the $30
second-place award.

Daikon radish with flower and
Japanese spinach.
The Daikon radish earned
Steyer a best-in-class award.
Also, Steyer earned red
ribbons for kale (4), Russian
red kale, red sails lettuce,
native cedar, aook, succulent,
pineapple, lemon grass and
lily-pink. He earned three
white ribbons for kale.
Blue ribbons for
strawberries were awarded to
professional growers King's
Kountry Produce (3) and
Norman's Produce (2).

Clay Whitehead's reserve champion steer fetched $3,997.50 from buyers Strick's
Properties, Teal Tile and Carpet and A&M Recovery.

Continued from Page 1B
1,113, $2,960.58, CDM
Contracting Inc.
Clay Whitehead not only
showed the reserve champion
steer, but he also received the
overall performance award
sponsored by the Zedra
Hamilton family as well as
placing first in the homegrown
The first-place prize for the
homegrown contest was $300,
sponsored by veterinarian Joe
Harrison. The trophy was
sponsored by Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead.
Dyllan Bradley was second
in the homegrown contest. The
$150 prize was sponsored by
Quality Plumbing,while the
trophy was sponsored by
Dolph Reddish.
Jencie Hardee, who had the
grand champion steer, placed
first in the weight-gain contest,
while Linsey Clark and

Zachary Nettles placed second
and third, respectively. Gator
II Farm Supply sponsored the
$100 first-place prize, while
Robert Whitehead and Chris
and Hollie Hodgson sponsored
the $75 second-place and $50
third-place prizes, respectively.
Crawford's Custom Meats
spsonored the $50 first-place
and $30 second-place prizes in
each class of the 4-H record
book contest. Taylor Crawford
earned first place in the senior
class, while Kaitlin Griffis and
John Tallman were first and
second, respectively, in the
intermediate class. Kensley
Hamilton took first in the
junior class, while Tara
Holtzendorf was second.
Clark was tops in the senior
class of the FFA record book
contest, earning the $50 prize
sponsored by Cowboy's.
Whitehead earned the second-
place award of $30, sponsored
by Euphoria Stables.
Case Emerson and Brenan
Clyatt were first and second,
respectively, in the junior class
of the 4-H record book contest.

Farm Credit Service sponsored
the $50 and $30 awards.
Interstate Supply sponsored
the trophies for the
homegrown.breeder contest.
Whithead Family Cattle was
first, while Muse Show Cattle
was second.
The top four Herdsman
Award recipients were (in
order of placerfient) Chance
Taylor, Austin Willingham,
Katie Willingham ' and
Whitehead. The awards for
first through fourth and their
sponsors were as follows: $175
(Western Steer Family
Steakhouse), $150 (Bradford
County Soil and Water
Commission), $125 (American
Paper and Chemical) and $100
(Whitehead Family Cattle). :
The Bradford-Union
Cattleman's Association
sponsored Herdsman
certificates for those placing
fifth through 10th. Those
participants (in order of
placement) were: Ethan Box,
Emerson, Taylor Whitehead,
Hamilton, Tallman and

'Berry impressive pies

'': dorf (left) was
S, the overall win-
ner of the 4-H
strawberry pie
contest and
First in the jun-
Sior class.
a Amanda Be.-
tine, who is pic-
tured with
.. took first in the
class. Madison
Bennett, Ashley
Harris and Lexi
Ray took sec-
ond, third and
fourth among
junior class




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(snap bag), red (man's shirt),
'red (slacks), red (hood);
Jeannie McKinney blue
(afghan); Carol Dykes blue
(baby afghan), blue (large
afghan); Annie Starling blue

(shawl), blue (baby afghan),
blue" (large afghan), blue
(handbag); Arlene Ross blue
(potholder), blue (scarf), blue
(afghan); Pat, Zabiel blue
(afghan); Linda Grainer blue;
Carol James blue (apron); Ann
Davis blue (2) (quilts); -and
Maria Wallace blue (3)
Besides Flythe and .Tamara

Dinkins, the following earned
ribbons in the area of canning:
Gertrude Griffis blue (green
beans), blue (tomatoes), blue
(blackberries), blue (peaches),
blue (blackberry jam), blue
(low-sugar peach jam), blue
(strawberry-fig jam), blue
(mayhaw-plum jelly); Beverly
CrefigTion red (green beans),

red (tomatoes), red
(sauerkraut), red (pears); Senie
Addison blue (grape jelly),.
blue, red (tomatoes); Bob
Lawry blue (kumquat jam);
Edythe Hill blue (peach jam),
blue (peaches), blue
(persimmons); and Ehrline
Tenly blue (strawberry jam).

LEFT: Norma
Lyon earned a
rosette for a
knitted infant
set. RIGHT:
Martha Smith
received a ro-
sette for a quilt.
TOP: Bethany
Jones shows
off her rosette-
winning pound
cake. FAR
TOM: Janet Fly-
the took home
a rosette for
her chocolate

3 adults, 2 youth capture arts and crafts rosettes

SCarol James and Louis
Murphy won a combined
seven blue ribbons and showed
the .best-overall exhibits
among adults in the arts and
crafts division at the Bradford
County Fair.
A total of five participants
earned best-overall rosettes.
Adult participant Marija
Novak earned one, while
Victoria Denmark and Charli
Morrow earned rosettes in the
youth division:
James earned a rosette for
her strawberry-themed iron
and was awarded two blue
ribbons in the areas of acrylic
painting and miscellaneous.
MuNihy earned a rosette in the
area of woodworking for a
tractor-trailer and earned three
other blue ribbons in the areas
of miscellaneous and extras
SNovak earned a rosette for
her cross-stitch exhibit. *
In the youth division,
Denmark was awarded a
rosette .for her color
photograph of a mockingbird's
nest with eggs and a newly
hatched bird. Morrow earned
her rosette for a picture in the
strawberry-theme area.
Those who earned ribbons in
the youth division besides
Denmark and Morrow were:
LeAnn Hilliard blue (oil
painting); Daniel Hovis blue
(acrylic painting); Emily
Acevedo blue (acrylic
painting); Maudrey Tenly blue
(acrylic painting), blue
(recycled oddities), blue
(strawberry theme); April
Searcy blue (acrylic painting);
Noah Cook blue (acrylic
painting), ;:red (mixed
medium), red (plastic canvas);
Elijah Cook blue (acrylic
painting), blue (extras), red
(recycled oddities); Nehemiah
Cook blue (acrylic- aintig),

bjue (extras), red (recycled
oddities), red (miscellaneous);
Noah Gibson blue (acrylic
painting); Greer Gibson blue
(acrylic painting); Jarien
Woodard blue (mixed
medium); Teresa Patterson
blue (mixed medium); Angel
Carroll. blue (mixed medium);.
Madison Bennett blue (mixed
medium); Juanita Allen blue
(mixed medium); Bailee
Sheppard blue (mixed
medium); Georgia Wilson blue
(2) (mixed medium); Preston
Denmark blue (mixed
medium); Joseph Cook blue
(mixed medium), blue
(charcoal), blue (pastels and
chalks), red (pen or pencil);
Richard Boyer blue (mixed
medium); R ed Thames blue
(color photo), blue (black and
white photo); Ella Dinkins
blue (color photo); Amanda
Russell blue (color photo);
Lexi Ray blue (color photo),
blue (animal photo), blue
woodworkk), blue
(miscellaneous); Lude Valbrun
blue (pencil), blue (pen or
pencil); Tyler Dykes blue
(pencil); J'cobi Harris blue
(pencil); Dalton Patrick blue
(pencil); Drake Harrington
blue (pencil); Danielle
McCauley blue (pencil); Zoey
Fulton blue (pencil); Matthew
Webb blue (pencil); John
Allen blue (pencil); Ashton
Jackson blue (pencil);
Savanah Wilkerson blue
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Bayes blue (pen or pencil);
Todd Smith blue (pen or
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Jacob Brown blue
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blue (woodwork); (Unknown)
blue (woodwork); Rachel
Roper blue (recycled oddities);
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2B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, March 31, 2011
blue (clo photo) blu (pe orr

LeBeau, Wiggins have

champion poultry exhibits

The top exhibits in the
Bradford-Union Poultry Show
at the Bradford County Fair
belonged to David LeBeau and
Sindsey Wiggins.
,eBeau's silver duckwing
rooster, which was shown by
Kayleigh Holland, was the
grand champion. LeBeau
entered a pair of silver
duckwings, with the hen
earning a blue ribbon as well.
He earned a blue ribbon and a
red ribbon for a pair of BB
reds (hen and rooster).
Wiggins exhibited the
reserve champion-a Rhode
Island red rooster. She also
exhibited a white silkie
rooster, earning a blue ribbon.
Sne oLner exniiotors, types
of ribbons won, and breeds and
sexes of the poultry were as
follows: Kali Arnette-blue
- (2), old English splash hen and
blue old English rooster, blue,
old English, splash rooster,
blue, old English splash
rooster, blue, barred rock hen,
blue, barred rock rooster;
Tucker Dortch-red, Rhode
Island red hen; Len Eaves-
red, Rhode Island red hen;
Jeanne Moody-blue, barred
rock hen; Wesley Moody-
red, Rhode Island red hen;
Paige Eaves-red, barred rock
hen; Andrew Eaves-blue,
black Australorp hen; Dwight
Allen-blue, Americana hen;
.Bo Nistler-blue, barred

rock hen, red, game rooster;
Colton Wood-blue, black
Australorp hen; Sandra
White-blue, black cochin
rooster; Richard White-blue,
black frizzle cochin rooster,
red, frizzle hen; Rodney
Duncan-blue, silver-laced
Wyandotte hen, blue, black sex
link hen, red, buff Orpington
hen, red, Orpington hen;
Colton Riner-white, game
rooster, white, game rooster,
white, game rooster; Cole
Crosby-white, mixed hen,
white, mixed rooster; Tim
Prosser--red, green-legged
hatch rooster; Eli Rimes-blue
and blue, white cochin hen and
rooster, blue, white Plymouth
Rock rooster, blue, black
Orpington hen, red, black
Orpington roster;
Brooklyn Wiggins-blue,
barred rock hen, blue, white
Plymouth Rock rooster;
Kayleigh Holland-blue and
red, crele old English hen and
rooster, red and red, self blue
hen and rooster; Sharon
Holland-blue and red, old
English spangle hen and
rooster, blue and blue, light
brown Dutch hen and rooster;
Debbie Allen-red, Americana
hen; Bayley Staler-blue,
Rhode Island red hen, white,
game rooster, white, kelsd gray
hen; Layhe Wilburn-white,
kelso rooster; Jamie Mosley-
red, old English standard

Continued from Page 10B

art), blue (miscellaneous);
Shelby Gibson blue (folk art);
Anna Cook red
(miscellaneous); and Theresa
Roper blue (extras).
Among adult participants,
the following also earned
ribbons: Barbara Searcy blue
(acrylic painting), blue
(watercolor), blue
(woodwork); Vivian Browder

Showing off the grand champion trophy and the sil-
ver duckwing rooster that earned it are (I-r) David
LeBeau, Kayleigh Holland and Sharon Holland.

Phoenix rooster; 'Albany
Mosley-white, old English
standard rooster; Falyn
Rimes-blue, blue Orpington
hen, blue, blue Orpington hen;
Connie Wiggins-blue and
blue, white-faced black
Spanish bantam. hen and

Lindsey Wig-
gins (far left),
by cousin Eli
Rimes and
Connie Wig-
m gins, shows off
the reserve
Rhode Island
red rooster.

rooster; William Muse-blue,
Australorp rooster; Connie
Muse-blue, Australorp hen;
Aubrie Muse-blue, black sex
link hen, red, barred rock hen;
Kristen Muse-red, Delaware
hen; Luke Griffis-blue, black
sex link hen; Lane Griffis-
blue, blue cochin hen; Lyndee
Griffis-blue, Rhode Island
red hen; Caleb Ripplinger-
red, golden-laced Wyandotte;
Ayden Androlevich-white,
mixed rooster; Trevor
Holtzendorf-blue, quail hen,
red, frizzle hen, white, mixed
rooster; Ashley Harris-red,
white-faced black Spanish hen,
red, black bantam cochin hen;
Lake Harris-blue, black
bantam cochin rooster, white,
standard cochin rooster; and
Harlee Rimes-blue and blue,
black cochin hen and rooster.

K. -----

"blue (color photo),.blue (pen or
pencil), blue (watercolor), blue
(mixed medium); Lane Tenly
blue (color photo); Marion
Crawford blue (color photo),
blue (animal photo), blue
(black and white photo);
Tamara Dinkins blue color
photo); Diane Lyons blue
(pastel and chalks); Lloyd
Murphy blue (woodwork),
blue (miscellaneous), blue (2)
(extras); Dale Tenly blue
(recycled oddities); Ray James
blue (folk art); and Beverly
Creighton blue (folk art), blue
(wall hanging).

I'. -.'
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Charli Morrow earned a rosette for her strawberry-
themed project.



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