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B S e ct io n • Th u r s d ay, M a rch 19, 2 015
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News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region
Graham, Wilkins show fair’s top pigs
Sierra Graham and Randa
Wilkins exhibited the grand
champion and reserve grand
champion,
respectively,
in
this year’s swine show at the
Bradford County Fair.
The grand championship
trophy was sponsored by Odom,
Moses and Company, while the
reserve grand championship
trophy was sponsored by Roberts
Land and Timber. Award belt
buckles were sponsored by
Chuck and Brenda Parrish.
Graham also earned the
homegrown grand championship
trophy, sponsored by Carlton and
Nadine Faulk.
Hunter Merritt was awarded
the homegrown reserve grand
championship trophy, sponsored
by Danny and Debbie Thomas.
Hailey McElhenny placed
first in senior showmanship,
Nathan Boone
exhibited the
grand champion
steer, which
was also the
homegrown
grand champion.
It sold for $5.60
per pound to
Thompson’s
Garage, AAA Hay
Farms, Roberts
Insurance, M&R
Construction,
Kite Timber and
Bennett Farms.
with Wilkins and Chelsea
Thomas placing second and
third, respectively. The firstplace trophy and $100 cash
prize were sponsored by Cook
and
Associates
Insurance
Agency, while Sporting Chance
sponsored the prize belt buckle.
Spires IGA and Mike Spires
sponsored the second-place
trophy and $50 cash prize, while
Clyatt Well Drilling and Kenneth
Clyatt sponsored the third-place
trophy and $25 cash prize.
Graham placed first in
intermediate showmanship, with
Blake McKenzie and Hunter
Thomas placing second and third,
respectively. Community State
Bank sponsored the first-place
trophy and cash prize, while
Bivins Ole Fashion Sausage and
Wild Game sponsored the belt
Fair’s top steers are
exhibited by Boone, Griffis
Nathan Boone and Kaitlin
Griffis exhibited the top two
steers at the Bradford County
Fair, while Griffis and Walker
Thompson exhibited the top two
heifers.
Boone received the grand
championship trophy in the steer
show, while also earning the
homegrown grand championship.
Griffis was awarded reserve
grand championship.
Jencie
Hardee
exhibited
the homegrown reserve grand
champion.
Bradford County Sheriff
Gordon Smith sponsored the
grand championship rosette, belt
buckle and $150 prize, while
Ward Wiggins Farm sponsored
the reserve grand championship
rosette, buckle and $125 prize.
Hardee’s steer was third
overall, earning her a $100 prize
sponsored by Sal Perez Calves.
Taylor Crawford and Walker
Thompson had the fourth and
fifth overall steers, respectively,
with Robert Worrell Construction
sponsoring the fourth-place
$75 prize and Boone Septic
sponsoring the fifth-place $50
prize.
Farm Credit Services and
Gordon
Smith
sponsored
the $300 and $150 prizes,
respectively, for first and second
place in the homegrown steer
contest.
Griffis earned the grand
championship for her heifer,
receiving a certificate sponsored
by
the
Bradford-Union
Cattlemen’s Association and
a $150 prize sponsored by
Badcock Furniture of Starke
and Lake Butler ($75), Bradford
Septic ($50) and Robert Worrell
Construction ($25).
For showing the reserve grand
champion heifer, Thompson
received a certificate from the
Bradford-Union
Cattlemen’s
Association
and
a
$125
prize sponsored by M & R
Construction ($100) and Boone
Acres’ Cattle ($25).
Charli Morrow exhibited the
homegrown grand champion
heifer, while Harley Seay
exhibited the homegrown reserve
grand champion. They received
certificates from the BradfordUnion Cattlemen’s Association,
with the first-place $200 prize
sponsored by the Tallman family
and the second-place $100 prize
sponsored by Union County
Sheriff Brad Whitehead.
Morrow had the third overall
best heifer and received an
additional $100 from North
Florida Cattlemen’s Association.
See SWINE, 5B
Sierra Graham exhibited the grand champion and
homegrown grand champion pig. It sold for $16.50 per
pound to First Class Air Repair, Fort White Farm and
Feed, Nettles Sausage, Ho-Bo Tractor, Thomas Hardware
Farm and Lumber, Williams Show Pigs, Ray’s Metal
Works, Williams International, Circle G Cattle Company,
W.W. Gay and C and C Power Line.
Randa Wilkins
exhibited the
reserve grand
champion pig.
It sold for $10
per pound to
Elixson Wood
Products, Dale
Mosley Trucking,
Mosley Tire,
Prestige Electric,
Community State
Bank, Roberts
Insurance,
Sheffield Pest
Control, R&R
Hauling, Phillip
Contracting, M&R
Construction
and Jones Field
Services.
See STEER, 5B
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Kaitlin Griffis’
reserve grand
champion
steer sold for
$5 per pound
Ricky Griffis,
Thompson’s
Garage, BRM
Harvesting,
CDM
Contracting and
Boone Septic.
Griffis also
exhibited the
grand champion
heifer.
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Gabriella,
Grady Pauley
celebrate 50th
anniversary
Grady Macel Pauley and
Gabriella Molin Poldedana
Pauley-wish to thank all of
their friends and relatives who
gathered at the Western Steer
Steakhouse on March 8 to honor
the occasion of their “Golden
Wedding Anniversary”. They
also wish to thank all those
who have expressed their well
wishes who, for whatever reason,
could not attend the celebration.
The Anniversary Celebration
was hosted by their son, Stuart
Pauley and their sister, Donna
Solze. Grady and Gabriella
feel very blessed that their
mother, Mrs. Margaret Pauley,
was among those who attended
and participated in the Jubilee
Celebration. Grady and Gabriella
met in 1963 while he was
stationed in Germany with the
US Army and she was employed
there from Italy working at
an Italian Ice Cream Café in
Shonau. It took approximately
eight
months
for
their
Application for Marriage to be
approved by the three countries
involved, Germany, Italy, and the
United States. After gaining this
approval, Grady and Gabriella
were first wed on March 5, 1965
by an official in the Registrar’s
Office in Sandhofen, Germany
and secondly on April 6, 1965
by Father Don Antonio Mattalia
of the Roman Catholic Church
in Mannheim, Germany. Two
marriage
ceremonies
were
required because the United
States would not legally
recognize a marriage ceremony
that was performed in a
foreign country unless it was
conducted by the equivalent of
a Justice of the Peace, and the
Italian Government would not
4 have bestoverall 4-H
projects at fair
Ella Dinkins had two projects
earn best-overall awards in the
intermediate division, while
Kaitlin Griffis, Hannah Nistler
and Bailey Nelson each had one
best-overall project in the 4-H
exhibit room at the Bradford
County Fair.
Dinkins’ awards were in the
areas of clothing and textiles for
a tote bag and in cake decorating
for cupcakes.
Including those projects,
Dinkins earned eight best-in-area
awards, with the other awards
in the areas of photography,
woodworking,
food
and
nutrition,
decorated
items,
creative arts and table setting.
Ella Dinkins earned two
best-overall awards in
the intermediate division
for cake decorating and
clothing and textiles.
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Grady M. and
Gabriella Pauley
celebrated their
50th anniversary
with friends and
family on March
8. They met in
Germany in
1963. Grady was
in the U.S. Army
and stationed
there, while
Gabriella was
employed there
in an Italian icecream cafe.
recognize a ceremony, unless
it was performed by a Priest of
the Roman Catholic Church.
Gabriella was born and reared in
Auronzo, Di Cadore, Italy, which
is located in the beautiful Italian
Alps (Dolomites) of Northern
Italy. She is the daughter of
Pietro Molin Poldedana and
Otelia Monti Fabbro. Grady is
the son of Obed Macel Pauley
and Margaret Futch Pauley of
Lawtey. Grady and Gabriella
have one son, Stuart Pauley;
two grandchildren, Matthew
Pauley and Jillian Pauley; and
one great grandchild, Kyleigh
Mychelle Pauley, Stuart, his
wife Janice, and Jillian reside in
Julington Creek, Matthew, his
fiancee Jennifer Leigh Robbins,
and their daughter Kyleigh,
reside in Starke. Grady is retired
from the Florida Department of
Corrections and he and Gabriella
live in Lawtey. In further
celebration of the occasion,
the couple are planning a trip
approximating the anniversary
date of their April marriage
ceremony.
RIGHT: Kaitlin
Griffis earned
a best-overall
award in the
senior division
for photography.
BELOW RIGHT:
Hannah Nistler
earned a bestoverall award
in the senior
division for cake
decorating.
She also earned two additional
blue ribbons each in creative arts
and clothing and textiles, while
earning an additional blue ribbon
in decorated items.
Dinkins also earned blue
ribbons in educational posters
(2), wearable art (3) and paintings
and drawings (1). She earned
one red ribbon each in decorated
items and food and nutrition.
The senior division had two
participants awarded best-overall
awards: Griffis and Nistler.
Griffis earned her award in
photography, an area in which
she earned a total of three blue
ribbons. She also earned a
best-in-area award in paintings
and drawings, while earning
an additional blue ribbon in
paintings and drawings.
Nistler earned best in area for
cake decorating. She earned one
additional blue ribbon in cake
decorating, while earning another
two blue ribbons in photography.
In the junior division,
Nelson earned best in area in
photography, an area that earned
her an additional three blue
ribbons as well.
The junior division featured
three additional participants that
earned multiple blue ribbons:
Clay Fulgham, Maren Lane and
Amanda Zink.
Fulgham had five blue ribbons,
with two of those projects also
earning best in area. He earned
three red ribbons.
Lane and Zink each earned
three blue ribbons, with Zink
also earning two best-in-area
awards.
Earning one blue ribbon each
in the junior division were Karlie
Chandler, Lacey Hall, Trinity
Hall, Joey Kirkland, Makenzie
Kirkland, Jessica Padgett, Brett
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Thursday, March 19, 2015 • Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section
Atwood,
Arnette show
top poultry
Naomi Atwood and Kali
Arnette had the top two poultry
exhibits at the Bradford County
Fair.
Atwood was awarded the
grand championship trophy
with a silver-laced Polish hen.
She also exhibited a sliver-laced
polish rooster, which earned a
blue ribbon.
Arnette earned the reserve
grand championship trophy for a
barred-rock hen. She also earned
blue ribbons for another barredrock hen and for a barred-rock
rooster.
The Bradford Soil and Water
Commission presented Walmart
giftcards in the amounts of $25
and $10 to Atwood and Arnette.
Trevor Holtzendorf and Audyn
Woodington earned four blue
ribbons each—Holtzendorf for a
female Peking duck, Brahma hen,
Guinea rooster and Ameraucana
hen, and Woodington for a blue
Cochin rooster, blue Cochin hen,
black frizzle rooster and black
frizzle hen.
Earning two blue ribbons each were: Tiffany Atwood
(Cochin hen and rooster), Katie
4-H
Continued from 2B
Redding and Kody Stalnaker.
The junior division also
featured a group entry by the
Lawtey 4-H club of 65 plants in
decorated pots that earned red
ribbons.
Six
participants
besides
Dinkins earned multiple blue
ribbons in the intermediate
division: Madison Bennett, Katie
Caren, Abigail Ripplinger, Sierra
Graham, Tara Holtzendorf and
Allyson McElhenny.
Bennett and Caren earned 11
and 10 blue ribbons, respectively,
with Caren earning two best-inarea awards and Bennett earning
one. Caren also earned two red
ribbons, while Bennett earned
one.
Ripplinger
earned
three
blue ribbons, while Graham,
Holtzendorf and McElhenny
each earned two. Graham and
Holtzendorf each earned one
best-in-area award, with Graham
also earning two red ribbons.
McElhenny earned two red
ribbons as well.
Josie Glisson and Jillian
Kirkland each earned one blue
ribbon, while Lane Kirkland,
Makayla Kirkland and Preston
Tyre each earned one red ribbon.
Three participants besides
Griffis and Nistler earned
multiple blue ribbons in the
senior division: Amanda Bertine,
Courtney Paul and Hailey
McElhenny.
Bertine and Paul each earned
three blue ribbons, with Paul also
Correction
In reporting the theft of
the Bradford High School
junior varsity baseball team’s
equipment and belongings from
a bus, the March 12 issue of
the
Telegraph-Times-Monitor
mistakenly referred to the act as a
robbery. By definition, a robbery
is the taking of something from
someone by force or threat,
which was not the case in this
instance.
We apologize for any
confusion this may have caused.
Correction
In coverage of the 4-H tablesetting contest in the March 12
issue of the Telegraph-TimesMonitor,
the
intermediatedivision
participants
were
mistakenly identified as juniorlevel participants.
We apologize of the error.
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earning a best-in-area award.
Bertin earned one white ribbon
as well.
McElhenny earned two blue
ribbons and two red ribbons.
One of her blue-ribbon projects
also earned best in area.
Maggie Glisson earned one
white ribbon.
Cloverbuds—the
youngest
group of 4-H participants—who
earned participation ribbons
were George Folsom with five
projects, Isaac Lane with three
projects and Shayna Durrance
and Aubrey Nelson with two
projects each.
LEFT: Naomi
Atwood
received the
poultry grand
championship
trophy.
BELOW LEFT:
Kali Arnette
received the
reserve grand
championship
trophy.
Caren (black Australorp rooster,
golden-laced Wyandotte hen),
Ella Dinkins (Rhode Island hen,
black Australorp hen), Ashley
Harris (black Cochin hen, whitelegged rooster), Lake Harris
(black frizzle hen and rooster),
Glorida Raulerson (golden-laced
Polish hen and rooster), Rileigh
Rhoden (blue silkie hen, red
frizzle hen), Eli Rimes (Plymouth
Rock rooster and hen), Falyn
Rimes (Plymouth Rock hen,
black Cochin hen) and Kendal
Stalnaker (blue Ameraucana hen
See POULTRY, 6B
Bailey Nelson
shows off a
photograph
that earned her
the best-overall
award in the
junior division
of 4-H.
Top rabbits
belong
to Caren,
Holtzendorf
Katie
Caren
and Tara
Holtzendorf earned the grand
championship
and
reserve
grand championship trophies,
respectively, for their rabbits at
the Bradford County Fair.
Caren took the top trophy with
a blue Dutch doe. She also earned
a blue ribbon for a Florida white
doe and red ribbons for a Dutch
black doe, steel Dutch buck and
Florida white doe.
Holtzendorf’s Holland Lop
doe earned the reserve grand
championship trophy. She also
earned a blue ribbon for a dwarf
buck.
The Bradford Soil and Water
Commission presented Walmart
giftcards in the amounts of
$25 and $10 to Caren and
Holtzendorf.
The following also earned
blue ribbons: Shayna Durrance
(Dutch buck), Alaina Wright
3B
(New Zealand cross doe),
Georgia Wilson (Polish buck),
Waylon Robinson (lion’s head
buck) and Layla Robinson (lion’s
head doe).
Earning white ribbons were
Hannah Perron (black Dutch
doe), Emma Jenkins (mixed
buck), Ryder Thompson (lion’s
head doe) and Payton Thompson
(mini Rex doe).
ABOVE LEFT:
Katie Caren’s
rabbit earned
the grand
championship.
LEFT: Tara
Holtzendorf
had the
reserve grand
champion.
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Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section • Thursday, March 19, 2015
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Monitor should
cover more in
the community
Dear Editor:
In my opinion The Lake Region
Monitor seems to consistently
avoid reporting community
events that are scheduled in the
Keystone Heights area. The city
has a number of events that occur
on a regular basis that would be
of interest to the residents if they
were reported.
Examples are, but not
inclusive, the Wings of Dreams
Star Parties, the last one on 2/28,
and the Fly in breakfast held on
3/7. In addition, The City Council
meeting and agenda held on
3/5 with agenda items like the
Keystone Heights Volunteer Fire
Dept., the proposal for a Keystone
Splash Park, The Clay County
Fair Assoc., and Trauma Center
Information. This particular
meeting was attended by over 90
people who were only informed
by word of mouth in and around
the Keystone area.
These items of interest plus
others should be published
regularly in the Monitor for the
benefit of the citizens of the City.
I commend the paper for all
the notices regarding Church,
Club, Library, and Sports events,
but a three-page report and
pictures relating to Miss KHHS
seemed to be excessive.
I would like to see more Local,
Civic Events, and Educational
Events
reported
for
the
benefit and information of the
residents and to assist in the
Growth and Development of The
Lake Region.
Howard Lingg
Keystone Heights
Thanks for
successful
Trail Ridge
Festival
elected
officials,
program
participants and volunteers all
worked together and provided
an enjoyable experience for
the families that were in
attendance. A special thank you
to the Bradford County Tourist
Development Council, Sheriff
Gordon Smith and Chief Shane
Bennett for their assistance. Also, thanks to the Telegraph
and WEAG for your continued
support. We received many
compliments
about
the
atmosphere of the Festival and
that makes all the hard work
worthwhile. Each year we strive
to provide a day of “Fun with
Family and Friends” at the Trail
Ridge Festival. 65 years of age or older. Damage
to the fence and backflow pipe
at the school was estimated to
be approximately $5,000. The
$200 was returned to the victim
from Lawtey. Bond was set at
$200,000 for all of the charges
against Parrish.
at $94, went to the Jackson
Hewitt area and placed them in
a shopping bag he had picked
up at a cash register. Sanford
then left the store, but returned
and removed the items from the
bag and their packaging before
placing them in a Walmart trash
bag. He then attempted to leave
the store with the items, but was
detained by the loss-prevention
employee. Police were called,
and Sanford and Sanders were
both arrested, with their bond set
at $1,000 each for the charges.
report, Wood was arguing with
her grown daughter when she
pushed her into a wall, grabbed
her throat and threatened to
beat and kill her. When law
enforcement arrived, Wood
admitted to pushing her daughter
and was still visibly angry at her,
according to the deputies’ report.
She was arrested and transported
to jail.
Dear Editor:
We, the members of the Lawtey
Trail Ridge Organization, send a
GREAT big thank you to all of the
folks that made our 11th Annual
Trail Ridge Festival, on Saturday,
March 14, a success. Our
sponsors, vendors, entertainers,
Sincerely,
Jimmie L. Scott
Lamar Priest
Olivia T. Scott
Wayne Massey
Abbie H. Massey
Leslie Becker
Mary J. Brown
t Crime t
Recent arrests
in Bradford
and Clay
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford and Clay (Keystone
Heights area) counties:
Bradford
Marsha Cole Allender, 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
12 by Bradford deputies on two
out-of-county warrants from
Citrus. Bond was set at $2,620
for the charges.
Jack Christian Bernson, 22, of
Naples was arrested March 15 by
Starke police during a traffic stop
for possession of marijuana and
possession of drug equipment.
Patricia Denise Bradley, 31, of
Starke was arrested March 16 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $10,000
for the charge.
Allen Brent Carlisle, 24, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
15 by Bradford deputies during
a traffic stop for possession
of drugs, possession of drug
equipment and resisting an
officer. According to the arrest
report, Carlisle gave the deputy a
false name during the traffic stop
before eventually revealing his
true identification. Bond was set
at $22,500 for the charges.
Kyle Matthew Cole, 22, of
Starke was arrested March 11
by Starke police during a traffic
stop for possession of marijuana.
Bond was set at $1,000 for the
charge.
Sandra Elizabeth Covington,
57, of Starke was arrested March
13 by Bradford deputies for
battery. According to the arrest
report, Covington, her brother
and others were at a locale when
her brother’s girlfriend arrived
looking for him. Covington
started hitting the woman and
wrestling with her when the two
fell to the ground. Covington’s
brother then hit the victim in the
face while Covington held her
down. When deputies arrived,
Covington was arrested, but the
brother was nowhere to be found.
A warrant affidavit will be filed
with the state attorney’s office for
the charge of battery against the
brother. Bond was set at $5,000
for Covington’s charge.
Debra Ann Crawford, 47, of
Lake Butler was arrested March
15 during a traffic stop for
driving while license suspended
or revoked. Bond was set at $500
for the charge.
cannabis. No bond was allowed marijuana in the truck, and a
search revealed seven pre-rolled
for the charge.
marijuana blunts, along with
Tyrise D. Jackson, 20, of numerous cell phones and $106
Lawtey was arrested March 10 by in cash in the truck. Middleton
Bradford deputies for burglary, also had over $650 in cash on
two charges of trespassing and his person when searched. He
resisting an officer. According was arrested, with bond set at
to the arrest report, Jackson had $30,000 for the charges.
been trespassed from several
Levi Zachary Parrish, 26, of
residences in the Lawtey area
in February and December of Middleburg was arrested March
last year. The owner of one of 13 by Bradford deputies for
the vacant residences called robbery and resisting an officer
deputies the day before Jackson’s and by Starke police for hit
arrest, asking them to check and run with property damage,
out the home, as there was a fleeing and eluding police,
broken window in the back. reckless driving, resisting an
A check of the home revealed officer, possession of a weapon
evidence someone had been by a convicted felon, possession
possibly staying there, so the of drugs, possession of drug
owner boarded everything up, equipment and driving while
and deputies went by the house license suspended or revoked.
the next evening. Jackson was in According to the arrest reports,
the home and ran out the back several people were outside of
of the yard, but he was tracked a residence in Lawtey when
to another nearby residence Parrish pulled up in a vehicle
by a K-9 and apprehended. He asking for someone who didn’t
had been trespassed from that reside at the house. Parrish then
residence also and was arrested asked if anyone wanted to buy a
and transported to jail after EMS rifle, saying he had the papers on
medically cleared him from the weapon and that he wanted
the K-9 dog bite on his arm. $200 for it. When one of the
Bond was set at $35,000 for the men pulled $200 out his wallet,
Parrish snatched the money and
charges.
got back into his vehicle with
Karl Anthony Leschanz, 44, of the money and the rifle and
Keystone Heights was arrested sped away. Several people from
March 13 by Bradford deputies the residence tried to follow
during a traffic stop for driving Parrish in their vehicles, but he
while license suspended or evaded them, so they continued
into Starke while contacting law
revoked.
enforcement about the robbery.
Camille Michelle Loose, 30, While they were at the In &
of Ocala was arrested March 14 Out store at the corner of S.R.
by Lawtey police during a traffic 16 and U.S. 301 speaking with a
stop for possession of heroin, deputy and a police officer about
two charges of possession of the incident, they saw Parrish
drugs and possession of drug drive by the store. The deputy
equipment. Bond was set at and the officer gave chase,
following Parrish to Pratt Street,
$152,500 for the charges.
where he turned and continued
Jason Nicholas Meyer, 43, at a high rate of speed before
of Starke was arrested March turning on Lake Street toward
15 by Starke police for larceny. the high school. The officer and
According to the arrest report, the deputy blocked Parrish in,
Meyer was observed concealing but he attempted to go around
a flashlight and earphones in a one of the patrol cars, hitting a
pocket by a Walmart employee large backflow water pipe above
and then leaving the store ground and a fence with his
without paying for the items. A vehicle and damaging the front
battery pack and a package of end. Parrish left the vehicle a
ballpoint pens were also found few seconds later and started
on Meyer by the employee, who running toward Broadway Street
called police to the store after through several residential yards.
detaining Meyer. Bond was set at Eventually, the deputy trapped
Parrish by a fence and had to
$1,000 for the charge.
use a Taser on him after he
Damion Joel Middleton, 31, refused to get to the ground to
of Jacksonville was arrested be handcuffed. During a search
March 14 by Bradford deputies of Parrish’s vehicle, the $200 in
for possession of marijuana and cash was recovered along with
possession of drug equipment. the rifle, which had a bayonet on
According to the arrest report, it. Also found in the vehicle were
controlled-substance
Middleton was entering the several
fairgrounds in Starke with his pills and a pipe with marijuana
windows halfway down in his residue. A background check
truck when a deputy on site on Parrish revealed him to be
smelled marijuana coming from a convicted felon that had been
the truck. When questioned, released from prison in 2014 for
Middleton admitted to having aggravated battery on a person
Sharon Marie Ellison, 57, of
Starke was arrested March 13 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear.
Warren Lee Puckett, 21, of Old
Town was arrested March 16 by
Bradford deputies on a warrant
for two charges of failure to
appear. Bond was set at $200,000
for the charges.
Lester Wayne Ruis, 34, of
Starke was arrested March 14
by Starke police for battery and
for larceny–theft of a controlled
substance. According to the
arrest report, the female victim
went to a residence in Starke to
get some of her belongings so she
and her children could stay at a
friend’s home. When she entered
the home, Ruis started yelling
at the victim and then pushed
her in the chest, causing her
to fall backward. When police
arrived, the victim said Ruis had
also been taking some of her
prescription medications without
her permission. He was arrested,
with bond set at $10,000 for the
charges.
Eric Murray Sindall, 20, of
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was
arrested March 10 by Starke
police during a traffic stop
for possession of marijuana,
possession of drugs and
possession drug equipment.
Amy L. Sanders, 39, of Bond was set at $7,000 for the
Interlachen and Fredrick E. charges.
Sanford, 45, of Interlachen were
Jeremie David Smith, 37, of
arrested March 16 by Starke
police for shoplifting. According Keystone Heights was arrested
to the arrest report, Sanders March 14 by Starke police during
and Sanford both worked for a traffic stop for driving under
the Jackson Hewitt tax service the influence. Bond was set at
located inside Walmart in Starke. $10,000 for the charge.
A Walmart loss-prevention
Justin Dean Thomas, 21, of
employee reported that on March
12, Sanford selected a vacuum Hampton was arrested March
cleaner and a bottle of cologne 11 by Starke police during a
from the store shelves and took traffic stop for driving under the
them to Sanders at the Jackson influence. Bond was set at $1,000
Hewitt area. A short time later, for the charge.
Sanders went and took a pair
Bobby Ihan Williams, 37, of
of sunglasses from a display,
removed the tag and put them Starke was arrested March 13 by
on her head. A few minutes Bradford deputies for probation
later, Sanders then left the store violation.
without paying for the items,
Ruby Osteen Wood, 51, of
valued at $97, with the incident
recorded on surveillance video. Melrose was arrested March
On March 16, Sanford took 14 by Bradford deputies for
four items from the store valued battery. According to the arrest
George Michael Hammontree,
54, of Starke was arrested March
16 by Bradford deputies during
a traffic stop for driving while
license suspended or revoked.
Bond was set at $10,000 for the
charge.
Terrence Lynn Heath, 24, of
Ocala was arrested March 10
by Bradford deputies on an outof-county warrant from Marion
on original charge of possession
of cocaine and possession of
Keith Griffis, 35 of Keystone
Heights was arrested March 13
by Clay deputies for aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon
and resisting, obstructing or opposing a law enforcement officer.
According to an arrest report,
Griffis stabbed an acquaintance
in the face with a pair of scissors.
He then fled into a wooded area,
where deputies later found him.
Griffis refused to obey deputies’
orders and was forced into handcuffs before being transported to
jail.
Ronald Miller, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested March 12
by Clay deputies for petit theft.
Sheena Mosley, 30, of Lawtey
was arrested March 16 by Clay
deputies for two probation violations.
Michael Dewayne Paschen,
43, of Melrose was arrested
March 11 by Putnam deputies for
a probation violation.
Christopher Powers, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 16 by Clay deputies for
child abuse. According to an arrest report, school officials alerted deputies after the victim came
to school with bruises on his face
and what appeared to be a broken blood vessel in one eye. The
victim told a guidance counselor
that Powers slapped him in the
face and spanked him with a belt
the previous day.
George Williams, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
March 12 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
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John Henry Fieseler, 32, of
Melrose was arrested March 16
by Bradford deputies on an outof-county warrant from Putnam
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was set at $10,004 for the charge.
Shannon Sherrell Ford, 36,
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March 12 by Bradford deputies
on a warrant for four charges
of willfull and reckless driving
with serious bodily injury. (See
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David Eric Silcox, 43, of
Hampton was arrested March
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33 steers
sell for more
than $128K at
Bradford Fair
This year’s Bradford-Union
Cattleman’s Association steer
sale consisted of 33 animals that
brought an average ring price of
$3,906.43 ($3.30 per pound) and
totaled $128,912.40 collectively
without add-ons.
Nathan
Boone’s
grand
champion,
which
weighed
1,275 pounds, sold for $7,140 to
Thompson’s Garage, AAA Hay
Farms, Roberts Insurance, M&R
Construction, Kite Timber and
STEER
Continued from 1B
Boone and Seay had the fourth
and fifth overall heifers, with
Whitehead Cattle sponsoring the
fourth-place $75 prize and Farm
Credit Services sponsoring the
fifth-place $50 prize.
Sal Perez and Rodney
Griffis placed first and second,
respectively, in the homegrown
breeder (steer) contest, while
Griffis and Whitehead Cattle
placed
first
and
second,
respectively, in the homegrown
breeder (breed) contest. All
received certificates from the
Bradford-Union
Cattlemen’s
Association.
In the steer weight-gain
contest, Riggs Davis placed first,
receiving $100 from sponsor
Gator II Farm Supply and Ken
Mueller. Jordan Davis and
Kaitlin Griffis placed second
and third, respectively, with
Whitehead Cattle sponsoring the
$75 second-place prize and Brad
Whitehead sponsoring the $50
Bennett Farms.
This year’s reserve champion
was shown by Kaitlin Griffis.
The 1,315-pound animal fetched
$6,706.50 from buyers Ricky
Griffis, Thompson’s Garage,
BRM
Harvesting,
CDM
Contracting and Boone Septic.
The remaining sale results
(exhibitor, weight of animal,
total sale price and buyers) were
as follows: Jencie Hardee, 1,259,
$4,658.30, Michael Hardee
Timber, Cutt’n Up Salon; Taylor
Crawford, 1,163, $3,023.80,
Liberty
Trucking;
Walker
Thompson, 1,284, $4,879.20,
Thompson’s Garage, Teal Tile
and Carpet, Roberts Insurance,
Boone Farms; Ethan Box, 1,073,
$3,111.70, Liberty Trucking;
Bailee Sheppard, 1,158, $4,632,
third-place prize.
In the 4-H record-book
contest (steer), Kaitlin Griffis
and Courtney Paul placed first
and second, respectively, in the
senior division, with Morrow
Enterprises sponsoring the $50
first-place prize and Kyle and
Teresa Jerrels sponsoring the $30
second-place prize. Katie Caren
and Lauren Cromwell were first
and second, respectively, in the
intermediate division, with Lee
and Kim Nichols sponsoring
the first-place award and Julie
Morrow sponsoring the secondplace award. Walker Thompson
and Trevor Holtzendorf were first
and second, respectively, in the
junior division, with New River
Fire Department sponsoring both
prizes.
Case Emerson and Kelsey
Thornton were first and second,
respectively, in the Sr. FFA
record-book contest (steer),
with Patrick Hartley Welding
and Fabrication sponsoring the
$50 first-place prize and Randy
Conner sponsoring the $30
second-place prize. Madison
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Len Schlofman, Handy Man
Fence Company, Bostick Tree
Service; Payton Thompson,
1,217, $4,381.20, Thompson’s
Auto Sales, Boone Septic,
Cornerstone
Construction;
Randa
Goodwin,
1,099,
$3,297, CDM Contracting,
Roberts Land and Timber, HoBo Tractor Company, PMI
Construction, Brad Whitehead;
Tara Holtzendorf, 1,134, $2,402,
Winn-Dixie; Jordan Cazee,
1,168,
$2,920,
Hillandale,
Furst McNess; Courtney Paul,
1,192, $3,695.20, RAS Land
Management; Colton Cromwell,
1,297, $3,372.20, Hillandale,
Western Steer; Clay Fulgham,
1,068, $2,776.80, Nettles Beef
Processors; Lake Butler Sr.
FFA, 1,106, $3,871, Union
County officials (Judge Bo
Bayer, Clerk of Courts Kellie
Connell, commissioners Karen
Cossey, Willie Croft, Woody
Kitler and Jimmy Tallman,
Property Appraiser Bruce Dukes,
Superintendent
of
Schools
Carlton Faulk, Sheriff Brad
Whitehead); Trevor Holtzendorf,
1,162,
$3,486,
Hamilton
Farms, Ward Timber, MSO
Tech; Lauren Cromwell, 1,218,
$2,923.20, Hillandale; Katie
Caren, 1,302, $3,124.80, Boone
Septic; Hunter Williams, 1,068,
$3,738, CDM Contracting,
Serenity Enterprises; Whip
Davis, 1,114, $3,564.80, Roberts
Land and Timber, Shadd
Trucking, Pritchett Trucking;
Madison Bennett, 1,167, $3,501,
Community State Bank, Roberts
5B
Insurance, Union LaSteel, Dr.
Talisha Cunningham Dentistry;
Case Emerson, 1,205, $4,338,
Ho-Bo Tractor Company, C.J.
Spiller, Santa Fe Ford, Donnie
Odom; Jenna Ritch, 1,284,
$4,622.40, Roberts Insurance,
Ritch
Farms,
Community
State Bank, Brad Whitehead,
Hillandale; Riggs Davis, 1,319,
$4,748.40, M&S Fertilizer, HoBo Tractor Company; Savannah
Douglas,
1,088,
$3,264,
Hamilton Farms, Teal Tile and
Carpet, MSO Tech, Ward Timber;
Bradford FFA, 1,121, $2,914.60,
Kristie Baggerly, State Farm
Insurance; Tanner Connell,
1,163, $3,721.60, Publix; Maci
Whitehead,
1,197,
$3,591,
Ocala Stockyard; Jordan Davis,
1,242, $4,222.80, M&H Farms,
Walker
Thompson
exhibited the
reserve
grand
champion
heifer.
placed
first
and
second,
respectively, in the middle school
division, with Kite Timber Inc.
sponsoring both prizes.
In the 4-H record-book
contest (breed), Kaitlin Griffis
and Courtney Paul placed first
and second, respectively, in the
senior division, while Katie
Caren and Tara Holtzendorf
placed
first
and
second,
respectively, in the intermediate
division. Walker Thompson and
Trevor Holtzendorf placed first
and second, respectively, in the
junior division.
New River Ranch sponsored
the $50 first-place and $30
second-place awards in the
senior
division.
Emerson
Nursery and Plant Rentals
sponsored the intermediate
awards, while Brad Whitehead
and Union Power Equipment
sponsored the first- and secondplace awards, respectively, in the
junior division.
Case Emerson and Nathan
Boone placed first and second,
SWINE
Continued from 1B
buckle. M & R Construction
and Mark and Karla Williams
sponsored the second-place
prizes, while Gold Key and John
Smith sponsored the third-place
prizes.
Kody Stalnaker and Eli
Rimes
placed
first
and
second, respectively, in junior
showmanship, with Cassidy
Spratlin placing third. Mosley
Tire
and
Russ
Miscally
sponsored the first-place prizes,
respectively, in the Sr. FFA
record-book contest (breed),
with Brad Whitehead sponsoring
the $50 first-place prize and
Talisha Cunningham sponsoring
the $30 second-place prize.
Madison Bennett and Payton
Thompson placed first and
second, respectively, in the
middle school division, with
Malcolm Hill sponsoring both
prizes.
In
the
Bradford-Union
Cattlemen’s
Association
showmanship contest, Kaitlin
Griffis placed first in the senior
division, followed by Courtney
Paul, Colton Cromwell, Ethan
Box and Case Emerson. Cash
prizes were sponsored by West
Side Feed of Jacksonville (first,
$300), Hendricks Farms (second,
$200), Muse Show Cattle (third,
$150) and the Bradford Soil
and Water Commission (fourth,
$100; fifth, $75).
Charli Morrow placed first
in the intermediate division,
followed by Nathan Boone, Bailee
while Sheffield Pest Control
and Frank Sheffield sponsored
the second-place prizes. Curtis
Clyatt of District 3 of the Union
County School Board sponsored
the third-place prizes.
Wilkins earned the first-place
senior 4-H record-book award,
while Amberlie Roach and
Carissa Griffis placed second
and third, respectively.
Reed Thames was the
intermediate 4-H record-book
winner, followed by Graham and
Shelbey Spratlin.
Merritt received the first-place
junior 4-H record-book award,
with Karly Shatto and Reagan
Robinson placing second and
third, respectively.
Bailey Griffis earned first
place in the Bradford Sr. FFA
record-book awards, followed by
Bailey Riggs and Paxson Wise.
The competition was sponsored
by Cowgirls Cuts.
Svannah Woodall received the
first-place Union Sr. FFA recordbook award, with Lane Griffis
and Taylor Crosby placing
Harley
Seay
exhibited the
reserve
homegrown
champion
heifer.
Charli
Morrow
exhibited the
homegrown
grand
champion
heifer.
Jencie Hardee exhibited the homegrown reserve
champion steer. It sold for $3.70 per pound to Michael
Hardee Timber and Cutt’n Up Salon.
Hillandale, Colson Farms; Cassie
Tomlinson, 919, $2,848.90,
Roberts Land and Timber,
CDM Contracting, Coxwell
Construction, PMI Construction;
John Grant Tallman, 1,152,
$3,571.20, Pritchett Trucking;
Kendal
Stalnaker,
1,180,
$4,484,
Community
State
Bank, Roberts Insurance, North
Florida Equipment Rental; Kayla
Whitehead, 1,184, $4,380.80,
Teal Tile and Carpet.
The breed sale consisted of
two animals exhibited by Gracie
Dukes and Jencie Hardee. The
total sale price was $4,800, with
Columbia Livestock Market/
John Willis and AAA Hay Farms/
Alan Holtzendorf as the buyers.
Sheppard, Kaylie Whitehead and
Madison Bennett. Prizes were
sponsored by Badcock Furniture
of Starke and Lake Butler (first),
Emerson Nursery and Plant
Rentals (second), West Side
Feed II of Lake Butler (third)
and the Bradford Soil and Water
Commission (fourth and fifth).
Walker Thompson was first in
the junior division, followed by
Katie Caren, Hunter Thomas,
Maci Whitehead and Clay
Fulgham. Prizes were sponsored
by Teal Tile Carpet (first), Swift
Creek Realty (second), AAA Hay
(third) and New River Ranch
(fourth and fifth).
Bradford-Union Cattlemen’s
Association Herdsman Award
winners were Courtney Paul
(senior), Kaylie Whitehead
(intermediate) and Katie Caren
(junior). Their $125 prizes
were sponsored by Thompson’s
Garage (senior), Thompson’s
Auto Sales (intermediate) and the
Kiwanis Club of Starke (junior).
Case Emerson and Kelsey
Thornton placed second and
third, respectively, in the senior
division, with Western Steer
sponsoring the $100 secondplace and $75 third-place awards.
Cassie Tomlinson placed
second in the intermediate
division, followed by Maci
Whitehead. Their awards were
sponsored by Whitehead Cattle
(second) and the Bradford Soil
and Water Commission (third).
In the junior division, Kendal
Stalnaker was second, followed
by Hunter Williams. The Kiwanis
Club of Starke sponsored the
second-place award, with Clyatt
Well Drilling sponsoring third
place.
The Zedra Hamilton family
sponsored
two
overallperformance
awards,
with
Kaitlin Griffis earning the steer
award and Courtney Paul earning
the breed award.
Case Emerson received the
Citizenship Award, receiving
$200 from sponsors Donna and
Lynn Waters.
Hunter Merritt
of Union County
exhibited the
homegrown
reserve
champion pig.
His animal sold
for $7 per pound
to SMG Inc.
second and third, respectively.
Shatto Heating and Air Inc.
sponsored the awards.
In
the
middle
school
competitions, Bailey Bishop
placed first in Bradford, followed
by Jordan Marshall and Camee
Morrow, while Luke Griffis
placed first in Union, followed
by Skyler Shatto and Kaley
Thornton.
Patrick
Hartley
Welding
and Fabrication sponsored the
Bradford awards, while Shatto
Heating and Air Inc. sponsored
the Union awards.
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Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section • Thursday, March 19, 2015
Yvette Lee
earned a bestoverall rosette
for brown yeast
bread. In all, she
won six blue
ribbons and two
red ribbons.
Jenna
Thornton’s
almond pound
cake earned her
a best-overall
rosette. She
was one of
19 exhibitors
in this year’s
home division.
Fair home
division
awards 8
rosettes
Six adults and two youths were
awarded best-overall rosettes for
their home-division entries at the
Bradford County Fair.
Yvette Lee earned a total of six
blue ribbons in the adult division,
ABOVE LEFT:
Kaitlin Griffis
earned a
rosette for
peach jelly.
Griffis earned
four blue
ribbons and
one red ribbon
in the youth
division. LEFT:
Joyce Whidden
earned a
rosette for
a quilt. She
earned a total
of two blue
ribbons.
POULTRY
Continued from 3B
and rooster).
Caren also earned a white
ribbon for a buff Orpington hen.
Exhibitors earning one blue
ribbon each were Isaac Lane
(Khaki Campbell drake), Logan
Griffis (black Cochin rooster),
Amanda Bertine (naked-neck
hen), Kelly Denson (silver-laced
Wyandotte hen), Cason Denson
(silver-laced Cochin hen), Kody
Stalnaker (Splash Ameraucana
rooster), Gabe Tallman (red
sex-link hen), Tucker Dortch
(barred-rock rooster), Bradford
Transition Academy (red sexlink hen), Case Emerson (buff
Orpington hen), Layla Robinson
(buff Orpington hen), Waylon
Robinson (Rhode Island red
hen), Brooklyn Wiggins (blue
Orpington hen), Connie Wiggins
(black Australorp hen), Kadynce
Brown (Rhode Island hen) and
Ashley Brewer (Rhode Island
hen).
Red ribbons were awarded
to Shane Griffis (game rooster,
barred-rock rooster), Connie
Wiggins (white Cochn rooster),
Kayla Andrews (barred-rock
rooster), Eva Tallman (Rhode
Island red hen), Noah Tallman
(Cornish bantam hen), Austin
Parrish
(barred-rock
hen),
Katie Tomlinson (Rhode Island
rooster), Taylor Rhoden (two
Serama frizzle hens), Kody
Stalnaker (Splash Ameraucana
hen), Cotton Wood (buff
Orpington rooster), Maren Lane
(two silkie hens, silkie rooster),
Jamie Mosley (game rooster),
Zander Van Zant (game rooster)
and Aiden Caren (Rhode Island
red hen).
The following earned white
Debra Hirsch
was one
of eight
participants
to earn a bestoverall rosette
in the home
division at
the Bradford
County Fair.
She earned
hers for this
dress. She was
awarded two
blue ribbons in
all.
with her brown yeast bred earning
a rosette. She also earned blue
ribbons for yeast bread, grape
jelly, muscadine jelly, blackberry
jelly and strawberry jelly.
Lee earned two red ribbons for
apples and apple butter.
Norma Lyon earned three
blue ribbons, with a blanket also
earning her a rosette in the adult
division. She also earned blue
ribbons for a vest and a child’s
sweater.
Lyon earned one red ribbon for
a woman’s sweater.
Bob Lawry also earned three
blue ribbons as an adult, with
his pickled garlic also earning a
rosette. Pickled quail eggs and
pepper jelly earned him his other
blue ribbons.
Debra Hirsch and Joyce
Whidden each earned two blue
ribbons and one rosette. A dress
earned Hirsch her rosette, while
a jacket earned her another blue
ribbon. Whiden earned a rosette
for a quilt, while another quilt
ABOVE
RIGHT: Bob
Lawry earned
a rosette for
pickled garlic.
He earned blue
ribbons on all
three of his
submissions.
RIGHT: Norma
Lyon earned
a rosette for
a blanket.
She had four
submissions
in all, earning
three blue
ribbons and one
red ribbon.
Ronald Goodman (pictured with granddaughter
Samantha) earned a best-overall rosette in arts and
crafts for his wooden house that is also a jewelry box.
5 awarded
rosettes in
arts and crafts
at the fair
also earned a blue ribbon.
Cana Rensberger earned a blue
ribbon and rosette for an afghan.
In the youth division, Kaitlin
Griffis and Jenna Thornton each
earned a rosette, with Griffis
Best-overall rosettes were
earning four blue ribbons overall.
Griffis was awarded a rosette for awarded for five projects in arts
peach jelly, while also earning and crafts at the Bradford County
blue ribbons for peaches, grape Fair.
Adult participants Dawn
See HOME, 8B Flournoy, Ronald Goodman and
Jeff Morgan earned rosettes—
Flournoy for a wood-burning
picture of an owl, Goodman for
a wooden-house jewelry box and
Morgan for a wood-carved bust.
Goodman also earned a blue
ribbon in woodwork, while
Morgan earned a blue ribbon in
folk art.
In the youth division, Isaac
Davis earned a rosette for a
pencil drawing of his mother,
while Kyle Toombs earned a
rosette for a wood box with lid.
Adult
participant
Carol
James earned the most blue
ribbons overall with six in
the areas of acrylic painting,
folk art, strawberry theme,
miscellaneious,
extra
and
jewelry.
Leroyal Stoutamire earned two
blue ribbons in woodwork and
pen or pencil.
Adults earning one blue ribbon
each were Kellie Clark in color
photo, Daniel Baldwin, Nick
Hernandez, Rashay Hampton
and Debbie Boone in woodwork,
Debra Hirsch in recycled and
Ann Davis and Butch Patterson
in miscellaneous.
Boone also earned a red ribbon
in wreaths, while Hernandez
earned a red ribbon in pen or
pencil.
Also earning red ribbons were
Kristin Griffis in acrylic painting
and Rosie Ivey in miscellaneous.
Madison Garber earned two
blue ribbons in the youth division
See JUMP, 2A
Isaac Davis earned
a rosette for a pencil
drawing.
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Louis Atchison, Jr.
Louis
Atchison, Jr.
KINGSLEY LAKE— Louis
Edward Atchison, Jr., age 84, passed
away in his Kingsley Lake home
on Friday, March 13, 2015. He was
born to the Late Louis and Louise
Atchison in Flushing, New York, on
Dec. 14, 1930. Louis married Fay
Dolores Alvarez on Nov. 2, 1949 in
Macon, Georgia. Louis worked most
of his life, owning his own business
manufacturing windows. He was
actively involved in his children and
grandchildren’s lives and his love of
animals was abundantly clear. Louis is survived by seven
children, Louis Atchison, III of
Orlando, Fay Lambert of Orange
Park, James Atchison of Orange
Park, Jody Lockamy of Marietta,
Georgia, Sherry Williams of
Jacksonville, George Atchison of
Jacksonville, and Dawn Strickland
of Starke. He is also survived by
18 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. There will be a private service for
the immediate family at Kingsley
Lake, Florida. Arrangements are
under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services,
Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family’s guest book.
Margie Brinn
KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS—
Margie Glynn Brinn, 93, of Keystone
Heights died in Orange Park on
Monday, March 9, 2015. She was
born in Willacoochee, Georgia on
Oct. 29, 1921 to the late Sherrod and
Blanche (Puckett) Corbitt. She was a
homemaker and a former resident of
Park of the Palms. She was preceded
in death by her husband Paul T.
Brinn and one grandson.
Her survivors are: her caregivers
and niece and nephews, Jennifer
(Shane) Corbett and Stevan Corbett,
five grandsons, and one daughter.
Graveside services will be 4:00 p.m.,
Friday, March 20 at the Keystone
Heights Cemetery. In lieu of flowers
the family has requested donations
to be made to the Senior Citizens
Organization, 125 NE Commercial
Circle, Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Arrangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.
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Teresa DeGraff
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PACE—Teresa Ann DeGraff, 57,
of Pace departed from this earth on
Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at the Santa
Rosa Medical Center. A native of
Lawtey, Teresa was born on May 8,
1957 to the parents of Otis & Clara
Brewer.
Teresa is survived by: her loving
husband of 25 years, Stephen
(Buddy) Edward DeGraff Senior;
three children, Christy Hayes,
Matthew Wood and Stacy Bachman;
her three step-children, Deborah
Russell, Stephen DeGraff Junior
and Jennifer Moses. Teresa had
fifteen grandchildren- all of whom
she adored. Teresa is also survived
by one brother, Gary Brewer; three
sisters, Marsha Norman, Denise
Moore and Kim Markham, along
with a host of nieces and nephews.
Teresa had a lifelong love for helping
others and always relied on her
Christian faith.
A celebration of her life will be
held at 3:00 p.m. on Saturday March
21 at Evergreen Baptist Church 8025
Northwest County Road 125 Lawtey.
In Lieu of flowers, memorial
contributions may be made in
Teresa’s name to the Foundation for
Depression @ https://bbrfoundation.
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Charles
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STARKE— Charles Gregory
“Greg” Forrester, 53, of Starke died
on Sunday, March 15, 2015 at Select
Specialty Hospital in Gainesville.
He was born in Greenville, South
Carolina on Dec. 19, 1961 to Donnie
Jewell Clements Forrester and the
late Eddie Norman Forrester, Sr.
He has been a resident of Starke for
the past 30 years. He retired after 18
years as a forklift operator at Gilman
Building Products in Maxville.
He is survived by: his wife, Keri
Ann Forrester of Starke; mother,
Donnie Forrester of Middleburg;
brothers, Allen (Amy) Edward
Forrester of Fleming Island, and
Eddie Norman Forrester, Jr. of
Middleburg;
sister,
Stephanie
Angela Forrester of Orange Park.
A Celebration Gathering will be
held on Sunday, April 12 at 3:00 pm
at Whiskey River Saloon in Starke.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.
Robert Francis
HAMPTON—Robert “Bob” Lee
Francis, 86, of Hampton died at his
home on Saturday, Feb. 14, 2015. He
retired from Greyhound Bus Lines
with 26 years of service and then
went to work for the L.A. Dodgers
baseball team for 6 years. He served
in the United States Army for four
years.
Survivors include: his wife of 65
years, Carolyn (Davis) Francis; son,
Thomas Francis; daughters, Cindy
(Tommy) Norman, and Martha
Lasseter; four grandchildren; and
six great-grandchildren.
A celebration of life will take place
at the First Presbyterian Church of
Starke on Saturday, March 28 at 11
a.m. Interment will be on Monday,
March 30 at 11:00 a.m. at Florida
National Cemetery in Bushnell. In
lieu of Flowers contributions may
be made to the American Heart
Association, 3324 W. University
Ave., # 128, Gainesville, FL 32607 or
the American Diabetes Association,
7825 Baymeadows Way, Suite 104A,
Jacksonville, FL 32256.
Arrangements are by JonesGallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
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each in the youth division were
Trent Foreman in pen or pencil,
Terry Stiers in color pen/pencil,
Continued from 6B
Angela Flournoy in watercolor,
Noah Green, Morgan Stemer
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color pen/pencil. She also earned Jacob Brown, Kaitlin Griffis and
a red ribbon in pen or pencil.
Hadley Woodall in miscellaneous
Earning one blue ribbon and Grace Sulliavn in extra.
Jadie Clark earned four red
ribbons in acrylic painting,
color pen/pencil, oil/pastel and
watercolor, while Thelma Tenly
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pencil and miscellaneous.
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GRAHAM—Robbie Lee Hines,
62, of Graham died Saturday, March
14, 2015 after a boating accident at
Lockloosa Lake in Alachua County.
He was born on May 28, 1952 in
Hampton to the late Robert Hines
and Leila Gore Hines. He served in
the National Guard for many years
and was a member of the New River
Baptist Church in Brooker. He was
an employee with the Gainesville
Regional Utilities for 29 years. He
is preceded in death by: sisters,
Dorothy Deaver, Betty Bryant, and
Joann Paulling.
He is survived by: his wife of
38 years, Naomi Hines; daughter,
Audrey (Brandon) Cason of
Jacksonville; son, Hollis (Melissa)
Hines of Starke; sister, Eloise
(Carlos) Moss of Starke; and one
granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held
Friday, March 20 at 2:00 pm at
Archer Memorial Chapel with Rev.
Zeb Cook officiating. Burial will
take place following services at
Dedan Cemetery. Family invites
friends for a visitation Thursday,
March 19 6-8 p.m. at Archer Funeral
Home. The arrangements are under
the care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.
Ronald
Tomlinson
STARKE— Ronald “Ronnie”
Eugene Tomlinson, 66, of Starke,
died on Saturday, March 13, 2015.
He was born in Starke on March
19, 1948 to the late Roy Tomlinson
and Annie Sweat Tomlinson. He
worked for Southern Railroad, was
a Correctional Officer, and also
owned Surface Transport Systems.
He was a member of the First
Christian Church in Starke, and
served in the Vietnam War in the
Army. In addition to his parents, he
was preceded in death by: daughter,
Jaclyn Tomlinson; and brothers,
Leroy Tomlinson and Walter
Tomlinson.
Survivors include: his wife,
Stephanie Tomlinson; sons, Chris
(Suzanne) Tomlinson and Billy
McKay; daughter, Crystal (Greg)
Moss; brother, Winfred (Geraldine)
Tomlinson;
sisters,
Margaret
Arland
Woodham, Sr.
JACKSONVILLE—
Arland
“Woody” Woodham, Sr., 97, of
Jacksonville died on Saturday, March
14, 2015. He was born in Frost Proof
on Oct. 1, 1917 to the late Arland
and Lillian Woodham. He owned
the company Handi Buildings, Inc.,
was a branch manager for SnapOn-Tools, and served in the United
States Army. He was a member
of Terry Parker Baptist Church
in Jacksonville. He was preceded
in death by: parents, Arland and
Lillian Woodham; brothers, Keith
Woodham and Harold Woodham;
and sister, Sue Bailey.
Survivors include: his wife
of 76 years, Mildred “Lawson”
Woodham; son, Arland (Gerri)
Woodham; daughter, Gail (Tom)
Keisler; seven grandchildren; and 20
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel on
March 18 officiated by Pastor
Tom Keisler. A burial followed at
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Army
Military Honors following the
service. Arrangements are by JonesGallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
In Memory
406 Gone but not forgotten
March 18, 1993
A Fireman’s Prayer
When I am called to duty,
God, wherever flame may
rage, give me strength to
save some life, whatever be
its age. Help me embrace
a little child, before it is
too late, or save an older
person from, the horror
of that fate. Enable me
to be alert and hear the
weakest shout, and quickly
and efficiently, to put the
fire out. I want to fill my
calling, and to give the best
in me, to guard my every
neighbor, and protect his
property. And if according
to my fate, I am to lose
my life, please bless with
your protecting hand, my
children and my wife.
RIGHT: Dawn
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surrounded by his family. He was
born on Sept. 2, 1941 in Hahira,
Georgia to the late Charles Giles
and Froncie Howard. He has lived
in Raiford for 40 years. He was
a member of Fellowship Baptist
Church.
He is survived by: brother, Colon
Killabrew of Chiefland; sister,
Nancy McKoy of Jacksonville;
caregivers, Ted (Debbie) Foray of
Raiford, Gerald (Joann) Griffis, and
Dean (Deborah) Harden of Raiford.
Funeral services were held March
16 at Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford with Rev. Harold Hudson
and Bro. Emory Eunice officiating.
The arrangements are under the
care of Archer Funeral Home, Lake
Butler.
Williams and Martell Jackson; and
five grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at the
First Christian Church on March
17 and officiated by Pastor Jim
Chandler. Burial followed at the
Jacksonville National Cemetery
on March 18 with Army Military
Honors. In lieu of flowers please
send donations to the American
Diabetes Association or the First
Christian Church Building Fund.
Arrangements are by JonesGallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
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Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section • Thursday, March 19, 2015
Douglas: love for helping
people with their financial goals
BY TRACY LEE TATE
Telegraph Staff Writer
Helping people achieve their
financial goals – whether they
are preparing for retirement or
working toward financing their
children’s education – is the
favorite part of the investment
business for Edward Jones
financial
advisor
Courtnie
Douglas.
Douglas is a lifelong Union
County resident; daughter of
Larry and Paulette Davison,
granddaughter of Mary Alice
and the late Harlis Ellington. She
graduated from Union County
High School, and then went on to
the University of Florida, where
she graduated with a degree
in agricultural education and
communication in 2005.
After college, Douglas worked
for five years as a unit director
and then director of income
development for the American
Cancer Society, giving her
a sound basis in business
management. With the ACS,
she worked with major gifts
and estate planning and became
familiar with financial planning.
During this period, she also
became an Edward Jones client
and was very impressed with the
firm’s services.
Douglas decided she would
like to work for the company
she patronized and admired, so
she returned to school, this time
to Kaplan University to gain
the training she would need to
be certified as an investment
advisor. She now holds series
Indians shut
out Tornadoes
to stay perfect
in District 5-4A
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Staff Writer
Kyle Hix gave up one hit and
struck out 13 to help lead the
Keystone Heights High School
baseball team to a 4-0 District
5-4A win over Bradford on
March 13 in Starke.
Hix gave up no walks in a
complete-game effort as the
Indians improved to 5-0 in the
district.
At the plate, Hix hit a double
and drove in a run. Wyatt Harvin
and Tyler Ricketts each went
2-for-4, with Ricketts driving in
a run.
Gage Hall drove in a run also.
Bradford (2-11 overall) fell to
2-3 in the district.
Prior to playing Bradford,
Keystone was held to four hits in
a 6-1 loss to Buchholz on March
10 in Gainesville.
Bryce Plummer drove in the
lone run with a single in the top
of the first.
On March 16, the Indians
improved to 7-3 overall with a
10-3 win over host Ridgeview.
Pierson Lewis drove in
three runs, while Hix and Tyler
Keaton—who had a home run—
each drove in one.
Plummer and Jarrett Fowler
went 2-for-3 and 3-for-4,
respectively.
Hall hit a double.
Starting pitcher Ricketts gave
up three runs on two hits and
three walks in four innings.
Dean Dukes pitched the final
three innings, giving up two hits
and one walk.
Keystone
played
district
opponent Santa Fe this past
Tuesday and St. Augustine
on Wednesday, March 18.
The Indians host Middleburg
on Tuesday, March 24, at 7
p.m. before traveling to play
district opponent P.K. Yonge on
Wednesday, March 25, at 7 p.m.
Bradford
played
district
opponent Interlachen this past
Tuesday and will host Westside
Courtnie Douglas
seven and 63 certification
with the Financial Industry
Regulatory Authority (FINRA)
and the Securities Exchange
Commission (SEC). She applied
to Edward Jones and was hired,
setting up her first office in her
home in Lake Butler in 2013.
As a company, Edward Jones
is dedicated to both their clients
and their advisors, encouraging
growth and improvement in both
groups. Douglas said that from
the start she had wanted to open
an office in Starke. She said she
had to work to prove the viability
of an office in the city, that the
community could and would
support such an undertaking.
She went out and talked to
people, knocking on doors and
explaining the services she could
offer them to improve their
financial heath.
“I already had clients from
Bradford County who would
Christian on Thursday, March
19, at 6 p.m. before hosting Santa
Fe on Friday, March 20, at 7 p.m.
The Tornadoes travel to play
Baldwin on Tuesday, March 24,
at 7 p.m.
Polk’s 4 RBI
not enough in
14-10 BHS loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Staff Writer
Caleb Polk hit a double and
drove in four runs, but the
Bradford High School baseball
team lost 14-10 at Westside
Christian on March 11.
Polk, Danny Clarke and
Jameaze McNeal each finished
2-for-3.
On March 10, the Tornadoes
hosted Palatka and lost 6-2.
Polk and Jacob Luke had all
but one of Bradford’s hits, with
Polk going 2-for-4 with a double
and Luke going 2-for-2.
Austin Benczak had an RBI.
In three innings of relief,
pitcher Tucker Stack gave up two
runs on two hits and one walk.
He had four strikeouts.
Shealey,
Cruce homer
in BHS win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Staff Writer
Savana Shealey hit a three-run
home run as part of a seven-run
third inning in the Bradford High
School softball team’s 9-0 win at
come to Lake Butler to see me,”
Douglas said. “I just felt that
Starke would be a more central
and convenient location. I will
still be serving my Union County
clients as well and they can still
make appointments to see me in
Lake Butler if they wish to. But I
was able to show that moving my
primary office here was a sound
business move and the company
agreed.”
Edward Jones arranged and
paid for the renovations necessary
to turn an old dog-grooming
parlor on Walnut St. (across the
street from the current home of
Badcock Furniture), which had
been empty for about two years,
into a modern, professional
office space.
“They basically gutted the
whole building, tearing out
almost everything except the
brick and block walls,” Douglas
said. “Even the interior walls
were removed, although they left
two studs in place which are now
part of one of the walls of my
office. The wiring and plumbing
were updated as well as the
structural components. It looks
and feels like a new building
now.”
The refurbished building
offers a comfortable reception
area, a conference room, two
private offices and a small
kitchen. Right now the office is
basically a one-woman show but
in the future, as the office shows
growth, Douglas will be allowed
drawing and auction items up for
bid, plus cash drawings using the
event tickets.
Tickets are $35 each and can
be purchased from any Rotarian
or at the Bradford County
Telegraph.
For more information, call
Jessie Myers at 352-258-5292,
John Smith at 904-964-7871 or
Kevin Miller at the Telegraph at
904-964-6305.
Crosshorn Ministries will be
hosting a program on spring gobbler hunting and calling with
special guest Lamar Williams on
Cana
Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m.
Rensberger—a
at the Starke Golf and Country
proud Gator
Club.
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This will be a great evening for
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turkey hunting, including how to
pattern your shotgun, set up decoys, call in a bird and set up a
proper blind.
As usual, there will be a snack
break, time for fellowship and an
outdoors-themed devotional.
sauce); Kacen Thomassen, one
Admission is free.
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Other entries and the ribbons red (peanut butter fudge); Kacee
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Griffis, one blue (salsa), four red Davis, two blue (hat, quilt),
(fig jam, pepper relish, tomatoes, two red (hat, scarf); and Connie
afghan), one white (okra); Janet Dennison, one blue (bookmark),
Flythe, two blue (blackberry one red (blanket), one white
jam, grape jelly), two red (afghan).
cake,
vegetable
Starke Rotary Club’s eighth (chocolate
annual Beast Feast will be
held Saturday, March 21, at the
Bradford County Fair horticulture results to appear
Bradford Sportsmen’s Farm in
next
week, along with a photo of the 4-H strawberry
Graham, starting at 6 p.m.
There will a live band, prize
See DOUGLAS, 10B
pie participants
Interlachen on March 16.
Taylor Cruce also homered as
the Tornadoes (11-0) improved
to 5-0 in District 5-4A.
Shealey and Cruce—sho also
had a double—went 3-for-4 and
2-for-4, respectively, with each
batter driving in three runs.
Annie Luke, Harli Phillips and
Lainie Rodgers each had one
RBI, while Jordan Davis went
2-for-4 with a double.
Shelby Wilkison (11-0) gave
up one hit in five innings, striking
out seven.
Phillips allowed two hits and
no walks in two innings of relief.
She had four strikeouts.
Bradford, which is ranked
third in the state in Class 4A,
played Interlachen again this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent P.K. Yonge
on Thursday, March 19, at 7
p.m. On Monday, March 23, the
Tornadoes will host Providence
at 6 p.m.
Keystone
drops 18-7
game to
Gainesville
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Staff Writer
Pitchers Megan Moncrief
and Brittany Schellpeper gave
up six earned runs, but visiting
Gainesville pushed 18 across
overall in defeating the Keystone
Heights High School softball
team 18-7 on March 16.
The Indians, who committed
10 errors, got two RBI from
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Breanna Wells, who was 2-for- district opponent Interlachen on Tuesday, March 24, at 6:30 p.m.
3 with a triple. Tylyn Davis
was 2-for-4 with an RBI, while
Mckenzie Crawford and Taylor
Morris each had an RBI.
On March 10, Davis hit a
double and a home run, finishing
with eight RBI in a 17-3, fiveinning win over visiting Palatka.
Davis finished 3-for-4, while
Wells was 2-for-2 with a double
and an RBI. Ashleigh Jennings
and Cheyenne Helton were
2-for-3 and 2-for-4, respectively,
with each batting in a run. Molly
Crawford and Marissa Eaton
each had an RBI as well.
Schellpeper pitched the first
three innings, giving up four hits
and one walk. Skylar Rollins
gave up two hits and one walk in
two innings.
Keystone improved to 4-3 in
District 5-4A when Wells hit a
solo home run in the bottom of
the seventh for a 3-2 win over
visiting Fort White on March 13.
Bailey Story hit a double and
drove in the Indians’ other two
runs. Mckenzie Crawford was
2-for-3, while Molly Crawford
and Jennings were each 2-for-4.
Helton hit a double.
Rollins threw a complete
game, giving up one earned run
on five hits and two walks.
Keystone (10-7) played district
opponent Santa Fe this past
Tuesday and will travel to play
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Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Professional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Conference room, kitchen, utilities and more provided.
904-364-8395.
PRIME OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT. 1,000 sqft
up to 9,000 sq.ft. Contiguously at $8 per sq.ft.
annually. Smith & Smith
Realty 904-964-9222.
48
Homes For Sale
S TA R K E - S O U T H G AT E
DRIVE. Brick 3br/2ba.
1,075 sqft. Carport. Lease
program call for details.
855-671-5659
BY OWNER. 3BR/2BA,on
1/2-acre lot. Crystal Lake
Home Sites. 3 years
old, $149,000.00, call
352-603-2202.
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS FL.
Large DWMH ON 2/3
acres. Excellent condition, metal roof, a/c with
heat. Large kitchen with
d i s h w a s h e r, e l e c t r i c
stove, refrigerator, tile
and breakfast bar. Close
to town. Owner financing.
Must see. Call Bill at 352745-0094
Keenan
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-1323
NICE MOBILE HOMES
in Lake Butler & Starke
2 & 3 BR single wides,
fenced. DW in Lake Butler. Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
BLOCK OF OFFICES. Reception area, 3 separate
offices, kitchen & 2 restrooms. All carpet. $600/
month. 129 W Call Street.
904-364-9022
AVAILABLE MARCH 23
DOWNTOWN. Upstairs
2BR/1BA apartment.
$500/month plus deposit
and security. 904-3649022
LAWN MOWER REPAIR
SHOP for rent. $350/
month. Building fenced
in work area. Corner of
Washington Street by
railroad tracks. 904-3649022
3BR/1BA COTTAGE off Walnut St. on Washington,
new appliances. $575/
mo.1st, last, security. Call
904-533-2210 or 904613-6871.
3BR/2BA BRICK HOME.
With in-ground pool, large
bonus room/fl room, lg.
master bedroom, includes
3 closets, ceiling fans
throughout. W/D, fenced
yard, 2 outdoor sheds,
carport. Pets negotiable.
Walking distance to A+
schools. 1 and 1/2 miles
from Santa Fe College.
$1110/mo. plus utilities.
Application and proof of
employment required.
First month rent plus
$500/deposit moves
you in. Call 307-6909509
K E Y S TO N E H E I G H T S
2BR/2BA Duplex. Nice
residential area. Walk to
schools & town. Freshly
painted and new flooring.
$650/mo. plus deposit
and garbage fee. 352475-6260
2BR/2BA DWMH on beautiful Kingsley Lake. Private
dock. $800/mo. 386-6232848
KEYSTONE 3/2 MH on
private lot; fenced; near
downtown and schools;
5 persons max; small
pet possible, under 10
pounds; $600/mo., 1st,
last, security; yearly
lease; $25 background
check, non-refundable.
Call Ace 727-544-5054
or 352-235-2107
641 EAST STREET in Keystone, 3BR/2BA MH on
private lot. Fenced, one
pet possible small; $600/
mo. 1st, last, security.
Call Ace 727-544-5054
or 352-235-2107
3B R /2BA D W. Outsi de
Starke city limits. Ch/a.
$700/mo. $700/deposit.
352-235-6319
3 B R / 2 B A D W. O u t side Starke city limits,
very nice. Newly remodeled. Ch/a. $800/
mo. $800/depost. Call
352-235-6319
53 A
Yard Sales
KOA CAMPGROUNDS
1475 S Walnut Street.
Saturday 8am-12pm. Assorted items.
YARD SALE: FRI. & SAT.
8am-12pm. Household
items & clothes. Shands
take Bessent to 368 East
Mimosa.
YARD SALE: Sat. & Sun.
9am-until? In Hampton
on CR 18 E, follow sign
for directions.
YARD SALE: Fri. & Sat.
8am-4pm. 415 West Utha
Street, Starke. Children
and adult clothing, some
scrubs.
RUMMAGE SALE. Fri. 8am3pm & Sat. 8am-12pm.
First United Methodist
Church N Walnut Street,
Starke. Clothing for men,
women, children, household goods, linens, toys,
books, decorations, misc.
Sat. $1 for bag full.
Trimming & Removal
Insured
FREE Estimates
Home: 352-473-4420
Cell: 352-603-3318 or 904-540-1437
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For Sale
ANTIQUE ENGLISH made
bamboo double bed. 1/2
canopy. Reduced size
and price as asked. 5/6
pcs. Starke area. 904964-8394
KARMA-MVP-502 Series
manual ergonomic reclining wheelchair: This is
one of the most comfortable wheelchairs available with swing away elevated footrests with calf
pads, padded headrest,
height adjustable armrests, reclining backrest,
padded tray with drink
holder, backpack with
pockets for storage, instruction manual and adjustment tools. Like new,
used for only 8 months.
Weight capacity 250 lbs,
seat 16” wide x 16” deep,
backrest height 16”, seat
to floor height 20”. Overall
height 38”, folded width
12”. Compact fold up
weights 29 lbs without
footrests. To view this
chair go to http://karmanhealthcare.com/product/
karma-wheelchairs/mvp502-ms/ $800 OBO cash
only (original cost $1900
with padded tray) Contact
954-257-1729 Starke
area.
BEAUTIFUL PROM DRESS,
size medium, $100. Call
386-431-1314
FOR SALE, due to illness,
all good condition. 1989
Jeep Sahara. 1992 38’
class A Fleetwood American Coach diesel pusher
very good condt. 1996
Hallmark 8x16x8 ft. heavy
duty enclosed trailer.
Equipment trailer. Table
saw, Wurlitzer-MelvilleClark spinet piano, Hammond spinet organ L-133
has LES LER speakers.
Call 386-496-0683
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Child/Adult
Home Care
HOME DAYCARE all hours.
Great rates. 30 plus years
experience. All hours, lots
of TLC. HRS certified,
CPR certified and First
Aide certified. Call 386496-1062.
Lake Butler
Apartments
BLING for your Prom or Wedding Dress
TREE SERVICE
9B
Lots of Sparkling Jewels
Trinkets for Bridesmaids,
Beautiful vases, candles, Crystal platters,
Punch Bowls & plants to help decorate
Hwy 301, Waldo • Every Sat & Sun
1, 2, 3 & 4
Bedroom
apartments with rental
assistance.
Call 386-496-3141
TDD/TTY 711.
This institution is
an EOE.
HUGE CROWDS!!
Now Accepting
Applications
1 AND 2
1&2
Bedrooms
NOW
AVAILABLE
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible
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Personal
Services
$
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
CLARK FOUNDATION REPAIRS, INC. - Correction
of termite & water-damaged wood & sills. Leveling & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Estimates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-545-5241.
LOOKING FOR HOUSEKEEPING JOB. I have
been a pastor’s wife for 23
years. Can start immediately. Call 904-964-5055
between 8am-8pm 65
Help Wanted
LOOKING FOR EXPERIENCED LPN or RN for
busy medical office. Full
time Position. Fax resume
to 904-368-0643 or apply within 417 West Call
Street, Starke.
LOOKING FOR PART-TIME
drivers. $10-$15hr. Apply
with-in 7403 SR 21, Keystone Heights.
LAND SURVEYING JOBS
AVAILABLE. Party Chief,
Rodman & Draftsman.
Experience Needed. Call
904-964-5777 or 352473-8523
OFFICE WORK has to be
good with computers.
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STATE LICENSE
#1305
NEED CASH FAST!
1, 2, & 3 bedroom HC &
Non-HC accessible
apartments.
“This institution is an equal
opportunity provider, and employer.”
“Equal Housing Opportunity”
• Mowing
• Weed Eating
• Edging
• Hedge Trimming
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GUNTER’S HANDYMAN SERVICE
Office: 904-964-8450
Cell: 904-966-3017
Southern Villas
of Starke
2 Bedrooms - $565.00
3 Bedrooms - $580.00
4 Bedrooms - $620.00
Ask about our
1&2 BR Apartments HC &
non-HC Units. Central AC/
Heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private, quiet
atmosphere.
As low as $89 security deposit!
W/D Hook-ups • Pool • Business Center
Fitness Room • Kids Corner
1001 Southern Villas Dr.
Starke, FL
PETS WELCOME!
Call
904-368-0007
EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY
EXPERIENCED
DRIVERS NEEDED
Immediately!
LOCAL
460 – $505
&
REGIONAL
WORK
Class A CDL, Minimum age 23, good MVR
and job history required.
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider & employer.
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Built in 2006 and looks like new!
All appliances and many upgrades!
BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
Union County School Board
$165,000
CALL MIKE
352-665-8067
Target your
audience
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TDD/TTY 711
A P P LY O N L I N E A T
with 2 car garage
DURRANCE PUMP
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
LAWN
SERVICES
FOR SALE
QUALITY SERVICE SINCE 1964
work. Apply at New River
Regional Landfill, 24276
NE 157th Street, Raiford,
FL, 2.5 miles north of
Raiford, Florida. Salary
commensurate with experience. Applications
should be submitted to
the Finance Officer by
3:00 p.m. on Friday March
27, 2015. For further
information, call 386431-1000. New River
Solid Waste is a drug-free
workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer.
904-964-8596
DUMP TRUCK OPERATOR. The Bradford County Road Department is
currently accepting applications for a Full-Time
qualified dump truck driver at a pay rate of 11.00
per hour. Applications
along with a job description may be obtained from
the Bradford County Road
Department, 812 B N.
Grand St. in Starke. Applicants must possess a
high school diploma or
G.E.D. and have a valid
Class B Florida Driver’s
license at minimum. The
deadline for accepting
applications is the end of
business day on Monday,
March 23, 2015. Bradford
County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. For
all inquiries, please call
(904) 966-6243.
FISCAL ASSISTANT. The
New River Landfill is accepting applications for
a Fiscal Assistant. The
hours of employment will
be for a minimum of 30
hours per week. Must
be experienced in financial procedures, record
keeping and proficient
in Excel. Must be a high
school graduate, preferably with two years
of experience in similar
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Where one call
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10B
Telegraph, Times and Monitor B Section • Thursday, March 19, 2015
Bradford, Union
students compete
in livestock
judging at the fair
The Union
Sr. 4-H team
of Cassie
Tomlinson,
Ashley Harris,
Amanda
Bertine and (not
pictured) Noah
Wright placed
first. Tomlinson
placed first
among
individuals.
The Bradford Jr. 4-H team of Walker Thompson,
Clay Fulgham and Trevor Holtzendorf placed
first. Holtzendorf placed first in the individual
awards.
The Bradford Sr.
4-H team of Tara
Holtzendorf,
Courtney Paul
and Kaylie
Whitehead
placed second.
Paul placed
second in
the individual
awards.
The Union intermediate 4-H team of Lake Harris,
Hunter Williams, Noah Tallman and Kendal Stalnaker
was awarded the first-place trophy. In the individual
awards, Harris placed third, Stalnaker placed second
and Tallman placed first.
The Lake Butler Sr. FFA team of Ty Hamilton, Katie
Zipperer, Andrew Griffis and Tori Wilkins placed first.
Wilkins placed second in the individual awards.
The Bradford
Middle School
FFA team
of Bailee
Sheppard,
Madison
Bennett, Charli
Morrow and (not
pictured) Camee
Morrow placed
second. Bennett
was a first-place
individual.
DOUGLAS
Continued from 8B
to hire a branch office manager to
run and maintain the office and
help with the paperwork. Her job
will remain the same – to find
new clients, whom she is actively
seeking, and to take care of her
existing ones. This is not to say
she is now working in a vacuum.
Douglas said that the company
provides her with a great deal of
research and support that is of
great assistance in allowing her
to devote more time to her clients
and in meeting their needs.
In working with her clients,
Douglas said she takes them
through a five-step assessment of
their current financial condition
and goals and how they can be
achieved. Edward Jones offers
a large array of investment types
and opportunities and detailed
facts and advice about the
various types of investing.
“I think one of the best parts
of my job is helping people
to understand what their
investments are, how they work
and how to do even better,”
Douglas said. “It’s really great
when I can look a client in the
eye and tell them they can retire
without worry whenever they are
ready, or that they can send their
child to college and not have to
worry about where the money
was going to come from.”
Douglas said the company
offers complimentary second
opinions on a prospective
client’s financial and investment
portfolios and no-fee investment
accounts. She said her vision in
business is changing her clients’
lives and the lives of future
generations, while making an
impact on the community by
helping people achieve their
The Bradford intermediate 4-H team of Allyson
McElhenny, Katie Caren, Maci Whitehead and Reed
Thames earned the second-place trophy.
Photos may also
be viewed at
Facebook.com/
BradfordTelegraph
long-term goals. She said she
loves working with people and
helping them get where they
want to be financially.
“I feel like I get invested in
my clients’ lives, not just their
finances,” Douglas said. “I come
to know them, their hopes and
dreams and sometimes their
fears for the future. It makes me
even more dedicated to doing the
best job I can for them.”
Douglas said that client
privacy is a “huge deal” for her
and sees no reason to change.
“If I run into you on the street,
I will say hello, just as I would to
anyone I know, but I’m not going
to rush in and tell whoever you
are with that I’m your financial
advisor,” Douglas said. “It’s
simply not anyone’s business
except yours. If you want them to
know, you can tell them. I keep
all my business relationships
completely confidential and feel
like that’s how it should be.”
When not helping clients,
Douglas said she enjoys spending
time with her husband, Todd,
daughter Savannah (14) and
friends. She is an animal lover
and keeps dogs and horses on her
property.
She is an active member of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints in Lake Butler, where
she volunteers to work with the
young women. She is a member
of the Altrusa Club of America
and volunteers with the ACS, as
well as participating in a group
she formed with several friends,
after they all lost a mutual friend
to cancer, to raise money for
cancer research. “Hold-em for
Hope” is a non-profit whose first
fundraiser was, true to its name,
a poker tournament.
When she is able to find a
little downtime, Douglas said
she enjoys reading, mostly nonfiction.
Douglas said she was excited
about the opening of her new
office on Feb. 20 and is looking
forward to meeting new people
and working with them to
achieve their financial dreams
and goals.
The Union Jr.
4-H team of
Noah Williams,
Kody Stalnaker
and Tanner
Connell placed
second.
Stalnaker
placed second
in the individual
awards.
The Lake Butler Middle School FFA team of
Braxton Dukes, Skyler Shatto, Sierra Graham and
Harley Seay placed first. Shatto placed third in the
individual awards.
The Bradford
Sr. FFA team
of Maycee
Barnes, Hailey
McElhenny,
Maudrey Tenly
and Conner
Coleman
placed second.
Coleman
placed first in
the individual
awards.
SR-230 E (2 miles east of US-301)
Memberships
Available
Banquet Hall • Driving Range
Golf Lessons by Appointment
Excellent Driving Range
Professionally Run Tournaments
Pro Shop – Gift Certificates
Home of the Strawberry Invitational
Like us on
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www.starkegolf.com
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