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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: October 26, 2006
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UC gets anonymous way to solve crimes


UCHS Class of
1996 sets
reunion for
Nov. 3-4
The Union County High
School Class of 1996 has
planned its 10-year
reunion for the Nov. 3-4
weekend.
Classmates will meet at
the UCHS cafeteria for
catered Tiger tailgating
prior to the Homecoming
game on Friday, Nov. 3.
Children of class members
can attend for free.
The reunion will extend
to ,the evening of
Saturday, Nov. 4, at
Plantation Oaks Turkey
Creek for dinner and
reminiscing. Price per
adult ticket is $50.
Call Karrie Patrick at
(386) 496-0614 for more
information.

Toys for Kids
sign-up times
Families who are in
need of help at Christmas
can sign their children up
at the Lake, Butler
Elementary School
Cafeteria on Saturday,
Oct. 28, and Saturday:,
Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. 1
p.m.
An additional sign-up
opportunity will be
Monday, Nov. 6, from 4-6
p.m.

Worthington,-
Lake Butler set
trick-or-treat
-times
At its Oct. 9 meeting,
the city of Lake Butler
voted to conduct trick-or-
treating on Halloween,
,Tuesday, Oct. 31. from 6-
8:30 p.m.....
Residents should turn
on their outside porch
lights to signal that they
want trick-or-treaters to
stop at their houses.
According to council
President John Rimes, the
city of Worthington
Springs has set trick-or-
treating on Oct. 31, from
5-8 p.m.

Rotary shotgun
drawing tickets
on sale at
Times office
The Rotary Club of
SLake Butler is, holding a
'drawing for a shotgun.
Tickets are $2 each and
are now available at the,
office of the Union
County Times, 125 E.
Main St., or from any
Rotary member.

Hospital to
hold 5th health
fair Nov. 3
The 5th Annual Union
County Health Fair will be
held, Friday, Nov. 3, from
8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the
Lake Butler Community
Center.
More than 25 vendors
will be present offering
free health screenings,
such as blood sugar, blood
pressure,, bone density and
ignore.
Cholesterol screenings
can be done for $10, and
flu shots are $13.
The first .10 cholesterol
screenings aire free. For
the most accurate
screening results, fasting.
is recommended for four
to six hours prior to the
screening.
There will be free food,
:: prizes and much more.
The Union County Health
SFair is sponsored by Lake
;,Butler Hospital/Hand
i Surgery Center.
For more information,
please call (386) 496--
; 2323. --_


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Crime doesn't pay, but one
organization- new to Union
County does.
First Coast Crime Stoppers,


We are the

champions!
For the sixth straight \e.ar.
the Lake Butler Middle School
football team played for the
Suwannee Middle Athletic
Conference (SM.\C i
championship, and on Oct 17.
they defeated Williston 24-S.
The LBMS Tigers took ,*n
the Williston Red Devils in a
rematch of an earlier game and
the SMAC championship trom
last year. For the third time in
the six year span, the Tigers
came home with the
conference championship.
'The Tigers took the opening
kickoff and didn't waste much
time before they found the end
zone. It took only five plaNs
before Kaleb Nobles found
Bryan Holmes streaking dow n
field for a touchdown.
In the second quarter, Ju-tin
Tyson ran 76 yards for the
second touchdown of the night
and gave the Tigers a 16-1
halftime lead.
Williston came out in the
second half and drove do" n
the, field and scored their only
touchdown of the rnighi.
cutting the Tiger's lead to 16-
8. Tyson took the ensuing
kickoff down to the Red DeL il
20 yard line..
Lonnie Gosha capped off the
scoring early in the fourth
quarter with a 1-yard run on
fourth down, The Tigers'
defense played tough all night.
The Tigers were led
defensively by Walter.Bradley.
Jesse Krazit, Brandon Smith.
Albert Branld, Chason
Andrews, Quentin Johnson,
Delmonte Givens, Seth Dukes
andsDarius Corbitt.
Being SMAC champions
didn't happen by winning just
one game. Here's a recap of
the Tigers'-aeson:- -- .

Baker 26, LBMS
14
The LBMS football team
started the season on a down
note in Macclenny.,
The Tigers played a very
tough Baker Middle School
team and fell 26-14.
Although the Tigers,lost the
game, they displayed the
willingness to play until the
very end and never gave up.
. The defense played tough,
but couldn't stop the Bobcats'
running backs from getting
outside. The defense did show
See CHAMPS, p. 2A


commonly seen on
Jacksonville and other local
news stations, is setting up in
Union County to provide
money in exchange for tips on
criminals.


There will not physically be
an office in the area, but
Executive Director Wyllie
(pronounced Wy-lee) Hodges
said the tip line can now take
calls from our area.


Crime Stoppers began more
than 30 years ago in
Albuquerque, N. M., and it has
been in north Florida for three
years.
Under the slogan "Crime


Hello, boos and ghouls...
The Kirby family of Lake Butler is hosting its 2nd annual
Halloween celebration Saturday, Oct. 28, and Tuesday,
Oct. 31. Look inside for the terrifying details and other
Halloween-related information.


doesn't pay, but we do," the
organization is partners with
local government, law
enforcement, citizens and the
media to solve and prevent
crimes.
If a person in the community
has information about a crime,
he or she can call the
anonmnious tip line at (866)
S45.TIPS is477i. The call
goes into the call center inot
locally based).
I"The\ immediately contact
us," Hodges said
Each caller is assigned an
identification number. No
electr,-nic recorder: or caller
ID dewues are used. Hodges
said, so there is no, v.a', to
knotw who is gi% ing the tip.
Hodges and his staff then
work '.ith la%, enforcement
agencies on the tips.
The tipster can use their ID
number that they are given to
call back routinelN to the First
Coast Crime Stoppers office
1904) 448-9110 on Tuesday
between 10 a.m. and I p.m.
These calls cannot be traced
either.
La%% enforcement officers
keep in touch with Crime
Stoppers to update them on the
status of cases, so the\ can
then tell tipsters.
Payments for tips are based
on arrests, not whether a
con ict ion is actually made.
Cases where tipsters are up
for awards are reviewed by the
Crime Stoppers board to see
how much money they should
receive. Rewards can be up to
I .00).
E\en the process of
awarding money to the tipsters
is completely anonymous.
First Coast Crime Stoppers
sets it up with banks so that
cash be given to a person who
drives up to the teller window
with the correct ID: number.
-Hodges said even though the
process uses no names and no
faces, only 47 percent of the
tipsters award money go and
actually pick up the reward.
"We spend a lot of time
trying to make people believe
it's totally anonymous," he
said.
In most cases, though, he
believes people are trying to
make their neighborhoods
safer.
"They want justice to
prevail," he said.
Hodges worked locally with
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead to get
the program started, and it had
to go before the county
commission to be approved.
Having seen success in
Duval, Clay, Baker and Nassau
counties, Hodges worked to
get the program in Union
County, and he said it has been
approved in Bradford County:
See STOPPERS, p. 2A


Resurfacing of

S.R.16 in progress


Raiford Day story, photos on 8A


The Florida Department of
Transportation began work on
resurfacing S.R. 16 in
northeastern Union County on
Monday. ,
Daytime lane closures will
occur between S.R. 121 and.
the New River Bridge at the
Bradford County line. The
two-lane roadway will" be
milled, or the top layer of
asphalt removed, and replaced
with new asphalt to provide a
smoother ride.
Anderson Columbia
Company Inc. of Lake City is
under contract with the FDOT
to complete the work in 60
days or before Christmas. The
cost is $2.1 million.
Up to one mile of S.R. 16
may be closed at one time to
mill and resurface, and the
entire project is 2.5 miles long.
The contractor must not leave
any milled surfaces exposed by
the end of each day.


No work will be allowed
after 6:30 p.m. due to noise
and the close proximity of
homes to the roadway. The
contractor plans to work
between 7 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
each weekday.
Once the bottom layer of
asphalt, called the structural
course, is placed, the
contractor will then work on
drainage structures or culverts.
The final layer of asphalt, or
the friction course, will be
paved during the last few
weeks of the project.
Work will be suspended
during Thanksgiving with no
work or lane closures from
Wednesday through Sunday,
Nov. 22-26.
For more information on this
project or other FDOT
construction projects, contact
the Public Information Office
toll-free ati(800) 749-2967.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional Nev

Deadline noon Monday before publ- tion


vs section. For sports, see Features and Sports section.

386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax)


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First Coast Crime Stoppers Executive Director Wyllie
Hodges (left) gets assistance from his co-worker
George H. Lueders, the former director of
investigations and homeland security for
Jacksonville.


STOPPERS
Continued from p. 1A
"We picked up these
counties because no one else
(other Crime Stoppers
organizations) invited them
in," he said.


CHAMPS
Continued from p. 1A
in the fourth quarter, however,
a toughness that would be
displayed for the rest of the
year.
Although the offense
struggled to get going early in
the game, they showed some
exciting plays with. Nobles
connecting on .two long
touchdown passes to Bryan
Holmes and Quentin Johnson.

LBMS 22,
Williston 6
In a rematch of last year's
SMAC championship game
(Williston won 8-6), the Tigers
were able to rebound for a 22-
6 win in their home opener.
Williston jumped out to a 6-
.0 lead after the fourth play of
the game. The Tigers then
responded with a touchdown
run by Justin Tyson.
Jesse Krazit forced a Red
Devil fumble, and Caleb
F- Dukes picked it up and rafi it
,.i f Y 6 r t o ut h d d W( .' **" .
However the highlight of the
game was a 70-yard halfback
:; pass from Lonnie Gosha to
Bryan Holmes in the third
quarter.
Shortly after the fourth
quarter started, lightning
caused the game to be called
by the officials. After the
initial drive of the game, the
defense played very well.
Austin Harden did a great job
running the offense from the
quarterback position. He had
to learn everything in less than
a week due to Nobles being
out with a broken wrist.

LBMS 30, KH 8
The Tigers continued their
winning ways with a 30-8
victory over visiting Keystone
Heights.
The Tigers' defense took
control of the game from the
beginning. The defense was
led by the outstanding play of
Dukes, Gosha, Brand and
Brandon Smith.
The offense was led by
Justin Tyson, who had three
touchdown runs of 35, 25 and
42 yards. Gosha added a 30-
yard touchdown run to start the
second half. Austin Harden,
playing quarterback pau time
with Nobles, added a 2-point
conversion.
Many of the younger players
were able to get into the game
and show what they were able
to do. Some of the younger
,players, included: Greg
Edwards. Dalton Southerland,
Khliel Jackson, Chance Bailey,
Jacob Merriex, Michael Harper
-and eighth-graders Cody King
and Isaac Johnson.

LBMS 28, Ft.
White 6
On a night where the passing
game struggled, the defense
continued their stingy ways by
allowing only one score,
again!
Although the passing game
was off, there were still some
big plays made by the running
game and special teams.
Tyson started the scoring
with a 2-yard touchdown run.
On the next offensive play by
the Tigers, Gosha took the
hand-off 60 yards for a
touchdown. After a blocked
punt, Nobles hit Holmes for a
.35-yard touchdown pass.
or In the second half, Holmes


"Our premise is to cover
every county," which they
have almost accomplished in
Florida.
Hodges said the main thing
to remember about First Coast
Crime Stoppers is that they are
not affiliated with any law
enforcement agency.


Again, many of the Tigers'
younger players saw action
against the Indians. The
Indians added a late
touchdown, but it wasn't
enough as the. Tigers won 28-
6.

LBMS 48, Ruth
Rains 8
As usual, the defense stood.
tough by allowing only one
touchdown for the fourth
straight game.
According to the entire
coaching staff, this was one of
the best games played by the
Tigers in a few years. It was a
complete team effort as


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Meet the director
Hodges did not start off his
career with First Coast Crime.
Stoppers, although he was the
organization's first executive
director.
He is the retired under
sheriff of Duval County and
was approached about being
involved in the organization.
Now, he has been with the
Crime Stoppers for
approximately a year and a.
half.
Having been in law
enforcement, Hodges knows
how important it is to work
with the community and law
enforcement agencies on cases.
"They're our lifeline for
investigations," he said.
In the past three years that
First Coast Crime Stoppers has
been formed in North Florida,
"tips have gone sky high,"
according to Hodges.
Already this year, Hodges
said 200 arrests have been
made from 1,632 Crime
Stoppers' calls, compared to
less than 50 arrests three years
ago from around 90 calls.
"We've set a record every
month for the highest amount
of calls," he said.
At least 12 murders have
been solved, he said, many of
them high-profile cases. Crime
Stoppers also works on


everyone contributed to, the
victory. There were many big
plays made in the game on
both sides of the ball.
The defense was led by
Kasey Ford, who took the
hand-off from the quarterback
on one play, Krazit, Brand,
Andrews, Walter Bradley,
Keaton Reynolds and
Delmonte Givens, who tackled
the punter on a Ruth Rains
punt attempt.
The offense had- their share
of big plays as well. Unlike the
last game, the passing game
was on track as Nobles threw
for 136 yards and three.
touchdowns. Holmes had three
catches for 83 yards and three


burglaries and other types of
cirmes.
When crime does occur, he
said he floods neighborhoods
with brochures and signs,
which are also available in
Spanish.
Hodges said the organization
is funded through special
assessments on every criminal
conviction, as well as applying
for grants and holding fund-
raisers.
First Coast Crime Stoppers
is a 501 (c) .3 tax-deductible
organization.

What's next?
Although First Coast Crime
Stoppers is fairly. new to the
area, Hodges already has ideas
on how to expand the overall
organization.
He said his staff is working
to start a student crime
stoppers organization for
middle and high school
students.
Rewards could be up to
$100. If a student calls the tip
line sAying someone..: is
bringing a gun to school, and
the gun carrier is found, the
reward could go as high as
$500.
Even though this youth
program is still in its planning
stages, anyone can call First
Coast Crime Stoppers with.


touchdowns.
Tyson added another rushing
touchdown; Gosha opened up
the second half with a 50 yard
touchdown run. Quentin
Johnson added his second
touchdown of the season.
Sixth-grader Khliel Jackson
scored his first middle school
touchdown as the fourth
quarter began.
Greg Edwards and Isaac
Johnson also did a great job
running the ball.

LBMS 40,
Bradford 16
In what turned out to be the
SMAC Eastern Division
championship game, the Tigers.


information on a crime at
(866) 845-TIPS.
Tips can also be submitted


Church gospel
sing and fish

fry Nov. 4
The New River NC
Methodist Church will be
holding a gospel sing and fish
fry on Saturday, Nov. 4.
It will be located at the
church on C.R. 125 in Union


started slow, but pulled out a
40-16 victory in Starke.
The Hurricanes got on the
board first by turning a fourth-
and-long into a touchdown.
BMS went for the 2-point
conversion and led 8-0.
The Tigers then got rolling
and scored 32. straight points,
led by the running of Justin
Tyson, Gosha, and the running
and passing of Nobles. Bradley
also got into the end zone by
returning a fumble, caused by
Reynolds, for a touchdown.*
SThe offensive line,
consisting of Seth Dukes,
Ford, Krazit, Corbitt, Brand
and Reynolds, did a great job
of blocking and leading the


completely anonymously at
www.fccrimestoppers.com.


County.
The meal will be served at 5
p.m., and the singing will
begin at 7 p.m. Holy Ground
and Southern Joy will be the
featured Southern gospel
groups.
Everyone is invited to enjoy
an evening of fellowship and
blessings. For more
information, call (386) 431-
1536 or (904) 964-3583.


way for the backs.

A special thanks
Coach Brian Tomlinson
.would like to thank Coach
Rufus Jefferson, Coach
Tommy Mobley, Coach
George Green, Coach Chris
Mecusker and all of the
parents of the players for all of
their hard work in making this
SMAC championship season a .
success.


Information submitted by
Brian -Tomlinson, LBMS's
head football coach.


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Oct. 26, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 3A



UF cuts ribbon at new


Sunbelt Ag Expo building


BY JACQUE BREMAN
Special to the Times
On Tuesday. Oct. 17, history
was made by the ribbon-
cutting ceremony in front of
the University of Florida
College of Agriculture and
Life Sciences building at the
Sunbelt Ag Expo.
Held in Moultrie, Ga., the
Sunbelt Ag Expo is, the largest
event of its kind in the
southeastern U.S.
Chip Blalock, executive
director of Sunbelt, stood with
Dr. Jimmy Cheek, vice
president of UF-CALS for the
formal opening of the building.
Union County's Charlotte


Emerson was there, as well as
many other dignitaries.
Although the University of
Florida IFAS Cooperative
Extension Service has been
supportive of the event by
contributing to the
demonstration plots and hay
contest, UF has never had a
building to showcase Florida
agriculture, research and
extension.
The extension office hopes
Union County residents took
time while they were at the
expo to see the many things
that extension was doing to
help people.
"Solutions for your Life" is


a new Web site that has been
developed to help you. Staff is
available at the Union County
Extension Office, 25 N.E. First
Street in Lake Butler, during
the hours of 8 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., to help you with
information on agriculture,
natural resources and 4-H
Youth.
You can also call us at (386)
496-2321 for more
information.

Jacque .Breman is Union
County's Extension director.
He has a Ph.D in agronomy,
plant genetics.


* Qllee 1 ..of, Ilu IIral and LifeScc~:'

Li, 1Hit ://cilI s-tifledu


David and Donna Harris accept the Florida Farm Bureau's Young Farmer and
Rancher Excellence in Agriculture Award from Florida Farm Bureau President
Carl Loop at the organization's annual meeting held earlier this month in Daytona
Beach.


Raiford couple win Farm


Bureau's excellence award


Union County resident Charlotte Etmerson (center) helps other representatives of
the University of Florida cut the ribbon on its building at the Sunbelt Ag Expo in
Moultrie, Ga.


Boy Scout Troop 552 holds banquet


A Boy Scout Court of Honor
was "held recently as young
men from the community were
,given their advancement
awards from a summer camp
they attended.
At this week-long camp,
ieyv were able to ,achieve
several rank advancements, as'
well as some of their required
merit badges.
It was a great opportunity
for the scouts to spend time
together and become even
better friends, but also a
chance to really do some work
toward advancing to the Boy
Scouts' highest rank, Eagle
Scout. w
Those who attended camp
and received their. awards


were:
Braindon Archer
(Tenderfoot, ?nd class, 1st Class
and the Swimming merit
badge), Zach Nettles
(Tenderfoot and 2nd Class),
Kale'b Archer (2nd Class, 1st
Class and Swimming merit
badge),, Albert Brand (2'nd
Class, 1 s Class and Swimming
merit badge), Jared Brand
(Swimming, Pioneering, and
Athletics merit badges), Joshua
Dicks (Shotgun and
Communication merit badges),
.Andrew Framer (Shotgun
merit badge), Caleb Romrell
(2nd Class and It Class rank'
advancements), Luke Thomas
(Motor Boating merit badge),
Russell Wheeler '(camp


participant).
The troop has really made
some big strides this year with
their commitments to the boys
and with the progression of the
program. Many hours are spent
on helping these young men
Grow and advance toward
achieving their goals.
The troop is fully staffed
with great leaders who
volunteer their time and
knowledge.
A special thank you goes out
to all the leaders who
volunteered time and
knowledge to help make
summer camp possible.
Troop 552 is sponsored
locally by The Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints,
Lake Butler Ward.
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Raiford residents David and
Donna Harris were recently
named the recipients of Florida
Farm Bureau's Young Farmer
& Rancher Excellence in
Agriculture Award.

The couple will represent
Florida in the national Young
Farmer & Rancher Excellence
in Agriculture competition at
the American Farm Bureau
Federation annual meeting at
Salt Lake City in January
2007.
The Excellence in
Agriculture Award is an,
opportunity to recognize
farmers and ranchers under the
age of 35 who do not derive
the majority of their income
from an owned agricultural
operation.
The Harrises received the
state award Oct. 13 at the
Florida Farm Bureau annual
meeting at the Daytona Beach
Ocean Walk Hilton. The
couple collected $1,200 as,
winners of the Florida
competition.
Participants are judged on
their involvement in


agriculture, leadership ability,
involvement and participation
in Farm Bureau and other
organizations.
"Many people are involved
in agriculture, but may not be
full-time farmers," said Florida
Farm Bureau President John
Hoblick.
"The Harrises provide a
wonderful example of young
people who, through their
work, provide vital support for
the industry through their
professions and volunteer
activities."
David and Donna teach
career and technical education
to middle and high school
students. In addition, they own
a small livestock and vegetable
operation. David is on the
board of Union County Farm
Bureau, while Donna also
volunteers with the county
Farm Bureau.
David attended Union
County High School and
graduated from Lake City
Community College and the
University of Florida. Donna is
also a graduate of UF. Both


hold master's degrees in
educational leadership.
The couple has two children,
Ashley, 6, and Lake, 3.
Florida Farm Bureau
Federation is the state's largest
general-interest agricultural
organization, with
approximately 140,000
member-families statewide.

Historical

society meets
Oct. 30
The Union County
Historical Society will meet on
Monday, Oct. 30, a5 7 p.m. at
the museum.
Andy Boemig will be the
speaker on tokens used in the
lumber and turpentine industry.
(employees 'used them in
company commissaries).
This will be the last meeting
of the year due to the holidays.
The museum will be open on
Monday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
until Monday, Dec. 11.


The Boy Scout Court of Honor 006 are (front, I-r) Andrew Framer, Russell Wheeler,
Kaleb Archer, Caleb Romrell, (back) Luke Thomas, Brandon Archer, Zach Nettles,
Scout master Israel Hunter, Jared Brand, Joshua Dicks and Albert Brand.


Class of 2006

pictures ready

for pickup
If you are a member of
Union County High School's
Class of 2006 and 'submitted
pictures for the senior
presentation/video to Charlotte
Emerson, these pictures need,
to be picked up.
See Darla Davis at Union
County High School to collect
your photos. For more
information, contact, Davis at
(386) 496-4858.

UCHS offers
after.school

tutoring
Attention parents: Union
County High School will be
offering after-school tutoring


this year for academics and/or
FCAT skills.
Tutoring will be available
3:15-4:15 p.m. Monday
through Thursday. If you are
interested in your child
receiving extra help, you or
your .child may pick up the



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Elementary school names students to A, A-B honor rolls


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Second-graders making straight A's during the second nine weeks at Lake Butler
Elementary School were (front, 1-r) Chloe' Bailey, Deanna Olin, Dalton Kitler,
Casey Taylor, (back) Hannah Cooke, Nicholas Crane, Yvonne Edwards, Jordan
Snyder and Austin Wilburn.


Lake Butler Elementary School secont-graders making straight A's for the first
nine weeks were (front, I-r) Seth Hendricks, Madison Parrish, Taylor Pate, Ridge
Smith, Molly Zapp, Brittany Manning, (back) Alyssa Bivins, Lauren Eaton,
Fantasia Griffin, Anthony Hulsey, Leanna Kiser and Lane Griffis.


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Lake Butler Elementary
School recently named its
students who made perfect
attendance and the A-B honor
roll.
All the perfect attendance
winners are entered into a
drawing for a $25 Books-a-
Million gift card, which is
supplied by the PTO.
The winners for each grade
were Dakota Griffis
(kindergarten), Renae Clemons
(first), Samantha Sardo
(second), Treyce Hersey
(third) and Macy Adams
(fourth).
The A-B honor roll students
for the first nine weeks were:
Second grade: Morgan
Arnold, Joseph Dorsey,
Heather Hustid, Magen Love,
Kile Mincks, Tameshia
Waters, IDeanna Abraham,
Samantha Cruz, Caleb
Everson, Kyrsten Jenkins,
Phillip Joyner, Dawson Kitler,
Rachel Nazworth, Kenyatta
Perry, Craig Slocum, Noah
Wright, Landon Crawford,
Ja'Kia Green, Montana
Jenkins, Matthew Jobin, Lane
Kinner, Taylor Lilliston, Kiara
Morton, Falyn Rimes, Cassie
Tomlinson, Tyler Holmes,
Noah Mattox, Austin Parrish,
Lane Rimes, Alea Stokes,
Brandon Thornton, Shannon
Truett, Kristen Bryant,
Zachary Elixson, Kyle King,
Wade Poteat, Samantha
Redmond, Lena Sapp, Dylan
Bass, Wyatt Bostick, Zoe
Eddins, Morgan Eddy, Brandin
McCastle, Samantha Sardo,
Zackery Thames, Ron Wilder,
Mikael Fletcher, Destiny
Boyette, Cody Bynum, Lane
Castlen, Avery Drawdy, Sierra
Ferguson, Nyla McCord,
Darrius Portis, Shannon
Rosier, Anthony Washington,
Jordan Ault, Rebecca Burgio,
Tyrus Cook, Linda Hall,
Patrick Montalbano and
Daniela Pickering.
Third grade: Cody Gainey,
Ashley Holt, Shelby
McDowell, McKenzie Mobley,
Montana Parrish, Robert
Quince, Dalton Sapp, Nolan
Ward, Lacey Edgley, Allie
Hedman, Honor Hines, Latavia
Jackson, Erika Rogers, Kevin
Schlipf, Josh Tomlinson,
Morgan Worrell, Alexis
Williams, Samual Baker,
Shyanne Griffis, Colby
Bridgman, Fredrick Carter,
Jesstin Castillo,. Brittany
Cooper, Seth Daughtry, Max
Fisher, Karsyn Jenkins,


Lake Butler Elesmentary School's Super Students for
the first nine weeks were (I-r) Amber Williams, /
Justine Moss, Corey Thornton and Kyle Thornton.
Not pictured: Cadice Elixson and Jeremy Locke.


Tiger Cubs


Lake Butler Elementary
School names Ti ger Cubs
each week based on good
behavior, grades or on a
child's improvement in either
of these two areas.
Students who received this
award on Friday, Oct. 13,
were:
Karmen Johnson
Amber Mock
Zachary Hobbs
Jason Ferguson
Brye Butler.
Wesley Courson
Jade Henderson
Kile Mincks
Lane Griffis
Austin Mobley .
Brittany Cooper
Dalton Kitler.
Cody Harden
Sarah Starling
Makaylin Mecusker
Tyler Chapin
Meagan Adkins
Garrett Allen
Selena Chavarriat
Nick Baldree
Brooke Waters


Brandy Temes, Zeb BEennett,
Courtney Christi, Kyle
Clemons, Michelle Johnson,
Clay. Halle, Darl .Waikains,


Colby Freeman
Blakely Trueblood
Jareth Touchstone
Sara Waters
Preston S'wensen
Deanna Abraham
Sydney Archer
Kate DeShong
Marquis Cohens
Morgan Worrell
Lane Castlen
Holly Roberts
A.J. Owens
Piper Scarth
Matthew Weeks
Bailee Crews
Kayla Little
Jordan Williams
Caleb Cox
Tobie O'Neal
Brandin McCastle
Students receive a purple
Tiger Cub ribbon, a certifi-
cate and their names are rec-
ognized over the intercom
and in the school newsletter.
Tiger Cubs are also given
special privileges, such as
being line leaders or running
errands.


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Oct 26, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


LBES
Continued from p. 4A
Dalton Rose, Morgan
Payne, Mikia Morgan,
Tiphanie Durham, Meagan
Adkins, Connor Jones, Leslie
Pierce, Chesney O'Hern, Billy
Miller, Jordan Howe, Shiann
Hutchingson, Rodney Kaser,
Chase Mikell, Hannah
Musgrove, Maranda Stewart,
Dairon Alexander, Peyton
Hardin, N'Quai Harper,
Braden Jackson, Tobie
O'Neal, Trever Poole, Andrew
Po.tter and Robert Trueblood.
Fourth grade: Kaleb
Dubose, Mikal Erwin, Alex
Robinson, Witt Thomas,
Quatesha Watkins, Brandon
Ames, Keldric Bradley, Alyssa
Davison, Logan Elixson,
Samantha Gillick, Devonta
Henderson, Tameka Holton,
Taylor Rowell, Andrew Veara,
Chase Wilkerson, Edward
Bernans, Ethan Box, Brody
Brooker, Cheyenne Bryan,
Lilly Combs, Malik Jones,
Brooke Parrish, Amanda
Russell, Sheenasassy Scarth,
Brandon Combs, Aniston
Crawford, Angel Cruz,
Meagan Sellers, Wesley
Smith, Sarah Starling, Ty
Adkins, Aubrey Carr, Selena
Chavarria, Makayla Fox,
Austin Harper, Malory Lemay,
Josh Ruby, Anthony
Betancourt, Kaytlynn Grigsby,
Clyde Kucqenska, Elizabeth
Neilson, Robbie Parrish,
Brandon Tussinger, Victbria
Vinci, Shelby Wilkerson, A.J.
Owens, Brenan Clyatt, Josh
Glover, Antonio Hendrieth,


Lake Butler Elementary School second-graders
making straight A's for the first nine weeks were
(front, I-r) Maggie Lennon, Sydney Snowden, (back)
Bennett Kilgore, Shawnie Reeder and Kayd'n Trent.


Aaron Horn, Conner
McAlister, Cody Miller,
Garrett Norman, Brandi
Whitehead, Preston Wilson,
Chris Barker, Jamira
Henderson, Natahja Lee,
Chelsea Ogburn, Crystal
Rosier and Johnathan Stewart.


LBES retakes

set for Nov. 2
Lake Butler Elementary
School will hold individual
student picture retakes on
Thursday, Nov. 2.
Call the school at (386) 496-
3047 for more information.


Second-graders making straight A's for the first nine weeks at Lake Butler Elementary
School were (front, I-r) Ashley Roberts, Holly Roberts, Dustin Slocumb, Dylan Thornton,
Taz Worrell, (back) Makayla Graham, Karlie Hodgson, Devin Lewis, Dylan McDonald and
Maggie Parrish. Not pictured: Jarrett Shadd.


During the first nine weeks, Lake Butler Elementary School third-graders making
straight A's were (front, I-r) Savannah Baggett, Casey Driggers, McKenzie Pilcher,
(middle) Samantha Hourigan, Willie Rogers, Kent Coburn, Lavendar Ferguson,
Brandon Werkheiser, Sarah Hourigan, (back) Lane Underhill, Amanda Snyder,
Latia Jackson, Carly Shaw, Kate DeShong, Treyce Hersey, Chance Oody and Lexi
Whitehead. Not pictured: Valerie Seay, Francisco Gomez and Kindsey Norman.


NATIONAL CLERGY APPRECIATION MONTH


IN APPRECIATION of your faithful
commitment to helping us grow
spiritually in Jesus Christ, we give


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dedicated service to God, God's L.
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Fourth-grade students making straight A's at Lake Butler Elementary School
during the first nine weeks were (front, I-r) Hunter Ash, Shelbie Barber, Jordan
Gore, Lane Parrish, Aaron Provin, Tristyn Southerland, (middle) Austin Mobley,
Michelle Perez, Kelsey Thornton, Callie Worthihgton, Adam Young, Kayla
Andrews, (back) Macy Adams, Christopher Hamlin, Tyler Lewis, Madison
Thornton, Austin Crews.and Madison Elis,INotpicturred; ~homas Webb.

NOTICE

TAX IMPACT OF VALUE ADJUSTMENT

BOARD COUNTY OF UNION

TAX YEAR 2006


MEMBERS OF BOARD


Honorable M. Wayne Smith
Board of County Commissioners, District 4

Honorable K. Melaine Clyatt
Board of County Commissioners, District 3


Honorable Morris Dobbs
Board of County Commissioners, District 2

Honorable Sue Whitehead
School Board, District 5


Honorable Alvin Griffis
School Board, District 2

The Value Adjustment Board meets each year.to hear petitions and render decisions
relating to ad valorem tax assessments, exemptions, tax deferrals, and classifications.
THE FOLLOWING TABLE SUMMARIZES THIS YEAR'S ACTIONS BY THE BOARD
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 _Column 6


Mark Bracewell


LBMS
principal

earns
leadership
training


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Lake Butler Middle School
Principal Mark Bracewell
recently graduated from the
NEFEC Principal Leadership
Academy Tier II -
Accomplished School Leaders
Program.
According to NEFEC
Executive Director Robert
Smith, the participants in the
program "demonstrated the
ability to implement the
instructional leadership best
practices outlined in the
Florida Principal Leadership
Standards" and were the
"standard setters" for the 15
districts of the NorthEast
Florida Educational
Consortium.
Bracewell is an inaugural
.graduate of the leadership
Academy.


Sunday school lessons, bible studies and fellowships.
Pastor we want you to know that you have made such a
difference in our lives and the lives of many others.
--W May God continue to bless you.
We LoveYoul
Your Wife Pergina Maxwell, Patrick Jr and the
Victory Christian Center of Lake Butler Church Family ,




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Tiger Idol 3 goes country, 1 contestant goes home


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Some are ill of soul and
even a little rock 'n roll, but all
of the Tiger Idol 3 contestants
had to go country last
Thursday night to an almost
packed auditorium.
Hosts Elliot Willis and
Celeste Wilson kicked off
Union County High School's
second show of the school year
with country night.
Thirteen contestants
competed in the. singing
competition.
The first to perform,
Michelle Hunter, took the
theme quite literally, not
singing a country-western
song, but rather choosing to
honor her country with the
national anthem.
Contestants donned plaid
shirts, cowboy boots, hats and
even some guitars to go with
the theme.
While all contestants gave it
their best effort, one had to go
based on votes from their
performance in the first show
held Sept. 21.
In a tense moment onstage,
the hosts narrowed it down to
Tyler Gordon, who performed
"Celebrity" by Brad Paisley,
and Darren Clark. 'It was
eventually announced, Clark,
who sang "Where Were You"
by A'an Jackson, was to leave
the show.
The other contestants of the
night were:
James Wring "Your Man"
Tara Kirkpatrick "No One
Else On Earth"
Kaleb Clyatt "Boon Dock"
Gracie Rambo "Concrete
Angel"
Ashley Crawford "Jesus,
Take the Wheel"


Ashley Benton "Cheatin"
Trish Berrier "Break
Down Here"
Anthony Wallace "Settle
for a Slow Down"
Camryn Wessner "Leave
the Pieces"
Melissa Dukes "Blue"
The third show featuring
music from the '80s will be
held in the UCHS auditorium
on Thursday, Nov. 9, at 7:30
p.m.
Voting results from Tiger
Idol 3's country show will be
announced on that date.

LBES's straight A students in 4th grade


Lake Butler Elementary School fourth-graders who made straight A's during the
first nine weeks were (front, I-r) Ashley O'Steen, Trey Spitze, Savannah Woodall,
Brianne Will, Devin Chavarria, (middle) Makayla Eibach, Kayla Odom, Caleb Cox,
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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor

-Looking for something to do
this weekend?
_Come experience
"Tombstone," a ghost town in
Lake Butler that is being set up
by the Kirby family, for free
on Saturday, Oct. 28, and on
Halloween, Tuesday, Oct. 31.
SThe ghost town will open at
dark (around 8 p.m.; 7 p.m.
when the time changes) and
close around 11 p.m. or
midnight depending on
community interest. It will
feature a cemetery, mine shaft,
jail, grocery store, hotel, circus
tent and other themed displays.
a Less scary streets will be
available for smaller children.


"We're looking forward to
it," said Keith Kirby, owner of
Kirby Laser and Needle.
Kirby said the project began
last year when his brother,
Kevin, got the idea at threw it
together at the last minute.
When more than 300 people
showed up with little notice,
Kirby said they knew it was
something they wanted to
continue doing for people in
the community.
While last year was more of
a spook trail, this year
"Tombstone", will be a town.
Guests will park and enjoy a
hay ride to the town.
"Tombstone" is located on
the Kirby property off of C.R.
231 on S.W. 150 Ave. (same
road as Chapman


Halloween safety

Strips to avoid fires

It's almost time for witches,
ghosts and goblins to appear at Use flashlights as
parties and on neighborhood alternatives to candles or
streets in search of fun. and torch lights when
treats, decorating walkways and
In order to make the yards. They are much
Halloween holiday, safe, the safer for trick-or-treaters,
National Fire Protection whose costumes may
Association recommends the brush against the
following tips: lighting.
Purchase only Instruct children to stay
costumes, wigs and away from open flames
props labeled flame- or other heat sources. Be
resistant or flame- 'sure children know how
retardant. When creating to stop, drop and roll in
a costume, choose the event their clothing
material that won't easily catches fire. (Stop
ignite if it comes in immediately, drop to the
contact with -heat or .. ground, coveringg your, '.
flame. Aloid billowing face with"your hands9,^
or long trailing features. and roll over and over to
Dried flowers, extinguish flames.)
cornstalks and crepe Instruct children who
paper are highly are attending parties at
flammable. Keep these others' homes to locate
and other decorations the exits and plan how
well away from all open they would get out in an
flames and heat sources, emergency.
including light bulbs, Provide children with
heaters, etc. lightweight flashlights to
Use flashlights when carry for lighting or as
illuminating jack-o- part of their costumes.
lanterns. Use extreme Send someone a special
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the first dirt road to the left
(S.W. 154th Lane). Signs will
be posted.
Multiple families have
worked on the project this
year, including Kevin Kirby,
the Brett and Pam Roberts
family, Danny Plumlee, the
Larry and Nancy Hendricks
family and the Keith and Anna
Kirby family.

Providence

church holds

fall festival

Oct. 28
Bring your appetite to Old
Providence Baptist Church's
fall festival on Saturday, Oct.
28, from 3-5 p.m.
Free grilled hotdogs will be
served, as well as a chili cook-
off. Games will be available,
such as the cake walk, "plaster
the pastor," bowling, football
toss and much more!
"Delivered" will perform
gospel music at 6 p.m.
For further information,
contact Pastor Zeb Cook at
(386) 755-1648.



LEGALS

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 63-2003-CA-0050
.JAMES M.COCHRANE.
,SUCES.S.OBJ. USTE.OF TITLE.
HODBING'TRUS.T'AGREEMENT
DATED 4/15/99;
Plaintiff,
vs.
CHARLES CAPRILOZZI and
SHARON CAPRILOZZI, his wife;
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to a Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure dated August 25, 2004,
in Case No. 63-2003-CA-0050 of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit, in and for Union County,
Florida, in which JAMES M.
COCHRANE, SUCCESSOR
TRUSTEE OF TITLE HOLDING
TRUST AGREEMENT DATED
4/15/99 is the Plaintiff and CHARLES
CAPRILOZZI and SHARON
CAPRILOZZI his wife are the
Defendants; I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at the. Union
County Courthouse in Lake Butler,
Union County, Florida, at 11:00 A.M.
or shortly thereafter, on Nov. 16,
2006 the following described property
set forth in the Summary Judgment
of Forp"imiro"


1


The South 69 feet of Lots 12 and 13,
Block I, and the East 9 feet of the
South 69 feet of the East Half of Lot
11, Block 1, of Worthington Springs,
Florida, as per plat thereof recorded
in Plat Book 1, Page 14, Public
Records of Union County, Florida.
DATED this 13th day of October,
2006.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
10/19 2tchg. 10/26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO. 63-2006-CP-0036
PROBATE DIVISION B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BESSIE LEE ROGERS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Bessie Lee Rogers, deceased,
whose date of death was April 6,
2006, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Union County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 55
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054. The names and
addresses of the personal.
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS
BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is Oct. 19, 2006.
Personal Representative
Thomas E. Rogers
158 Elmsford \
Clawson, Michigan 48017
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Fred H. Crumbie Jr.
Florida Bar No. 014664
Overstreet, Miles, Ritch
and Crumbie Jr.
100 Church Street
Kissimmee, FL 34374
Telephone: (407) 847-5151
10/192tchg 10/26
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING
TO AMEND THE TOWN OF
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS, FLORIDA, SERVING AS
THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF THE TOWN OF'
WORTHINGTON' -SPRINGS,-
FLORIDA, AND THE LOCAL
PLANNING AGENCY OF THE
TOWN OF WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
-HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to the
Town of Worthington Springs Land
Development Regulations, and
Sections 163.3161 through 163.3215,
Florida Statutes, comments,
objections and recommendations
regarding the following described
amendment to the. Town of
Worthington Springs Land
Development Regulations,
hereinafter referred to as the Land
Development Regulations, will be
heard by the Town Council, serving
as the Planning and Zoning Board of
the Town of Worthington Springs,
Florida and Local Planning Agency of
the Town of Worthington Springs,
Florida, at a public hearing on
November 6, 2006, at 7:30 p.m., or
as-soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard. The public hearing will be
conducted in the Town Council
Meeting Room at the Town of


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Center located at 30 East Main
Street, Worthington Springs, Florida.
LDR 06-2, an application by the Town
Council, to amend the Land
Development Regulations by adding a
new Section 14.14, entitled
Proportionate Fair-Share
Transportation Program, to establish
a method whereby the impacts of
development on transportation
facilities can be mitigated by the
cooperative efforts of the public and
private sectors.
This public hearing may be continued
to one or more future dates. Any
interested party shall be advised that
the date, time and place of any
continuation of this public hearing
shall be announced during the public
hearing and that no further notices
regarding this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced hearing.
At the aforementioned public hearing,
all interested parties may appear to be
heard with respect to the amendment
to the Land Development Regulations.
A copy of the amendment to the Land.
Development Regulations is available
for public inspection at the Office of
the Town Clerk, located in the Town
of Worthington Springs Community
Center located at 30 East Main Street,
Worthington Springs, Florida, during
regular business hours.
Al persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made at
the above-referenced public hearing,
they will need a record of the
proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure that
a verbatim record of the proceedings
is made, which record includes the
testimony and evidence upon which
the appeal is to be based.
10/26 ltchg

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2006DR-155
SEAN C. ROPER
Petitioner
and
HEATHER POOLE ROPER
Respondent
NOTICE OF ACTION OF
DISSOLUTION OF
MARRIAGE
TO: HEATHER POOLE ROPER,
Rte. 3, Box 143-K, Lake Butler, FL,
32054.
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
has been filed against you and that you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on SEAN
C. ROPER, whose address is 175
SW Michigan St., Lake City, FL,
32025, on or before Nov. 17,2006, and
file the original with the Clerk of the
Court at 55 W. Main St., Lake Butler,
FL, 32054, before service on
Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If
you fail to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these
documents upon request
You must keep the Clerk of the
Circuit Court's office notified of your
current address. (You may file
Notice of Current Address, Florida.
Supreme Court Approved Family
Law Form 12 915) Future papers in
. -lis la[wsuitfwill, be mailed to the
,.ad.d..es..Qn.,r.ef.rdaLt tne. clerk's
office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic
disclosures of documents and
information. Failure to comply can
result in sanctions, including
dismissal or striking of pleadings.
Dated: Oct. 20,f2006o
Clerk of the Circuit Court


By: Lcey ReritFoe
Deputy Clerk
10/26 4tpd 11/16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 63-2006-CA-0095
AVCO FINANCIAL SERVICES OF
FLORIDA, INC.
Plaintiffs.
THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BETTY
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY
LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK
A/K/A BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED, et al.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES;
ASSIGNEES, LIENORS,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, BETTY
LOU HALLMARK A/K/A BETTY
LOU HUNT A/K/A BETTY L. YORK
A/K/A BETTY YORK TROWELL,
DECEASED.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
Any and all unknown parties claiming
by, through, under, and against the
herein named individual defendants)
who are not known to be dead or
alive, whether said unknown parties
may claim an interest as spouses,
heirs, devisees, grantees, or other
claimants.
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
CURRENT ADDRESS
UNKNOWN.
You are notified that an action to
foreclose a mortgage on the following
p property in UNION County Florida:
ARCEL #1: Lot 1 except the last
142.5 feet thereof, and Lot 2, except
the west 104 feet thereof, also except
the right of way of ACL Railroad,
Dekle's First Addition to the City of
Lake Butler, Florida, according to the
plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 8, Public Records of Union
County, Florida, said property being
situate in the North half of
Government Lot 3, Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East.
Parcel #2: The East 142.5 feet of Lot
1, Dekle's First Addition to the City of
Lake Butler, Florida, according to the
Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 1,
Page 8, Public Records of Union
County, Florida, except the right of
way of ACL Railroad, if.any, said
property situate in the North half of
Government Lot 3, Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East, all
lying and being in Union County,
Florida.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of your
written defenses within 30 days after
the first publication, if any, on
Echevarria, Codilis &Stawiarski,
Platiff's attorney, whose address is
9119 Corporate Lake Drive, Suite
300, Tampa, Florida 33634, and file
the original with this Court either
before service on Plaintiffs attomey
or immediately thereafter, otherwise
a default will be entered against you
for the relief demanded .in the
Complaint or Petition :
This notice shall be published once
each week for two consecutive
weeks in the Union County Times.
WITNESS my hand and tne seal of
this Court on this 23rd day of
October, 2006.
Regina Parrish
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft,
Deputy Clerk-
10/26 2tchg 11/2


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Back to Raiford for a day .rm "D


Alvin Griffis presents Kathryn Alvarez a plant for her
hard work and dedication to making Raiford Day a
successful event.



One good head is better than a hundred strong hands.
-Thomas Fuller


Kindness is a language the dumb can speak and the deaf can
hear and understand.
-Christian Bovee


Woman's Club Drawing to
to sell dinners Drawbenefit LB
Nov. 6 benefit LB
Nov. Lake Butler Woman6s
The Lake Butler Woman's woman


Club will be selling take-out
chicken and rice dinners as a
fund-raiser on Monday, Nov.
6.
Anyone interested in dining
on chicken and rice, green
beans, potato salad, rolls and a
dessert can show up at the
Woman's Club from 11 a.m. to
1 p.m. A $5 donations is
requested.
Proceeds from the dinners
will benefit the club's
scholarship program, which
awards a scholarship to a
Union County student each
year.

Travel abroad
Ha\e you always wanted to
travel abroad and see places
and things you've never seen?
Well, now is- your
opportunity.
Twenty-four Union County
residents are now planning
their next trip with Educational
Tours to Germany, Austria,
France and Switzerland,
departing at the end of May
2007.
This trip is affordable, and
accommodations are clean and
safe. An experienced
Educational Tours director will
be with the group at all times
to be sure the. .don't miss
anything.
This is a wonderful
opportunity and is available to
students and adults, said Union
County High. School Spanish
. teacher Beverly Breckenridge. r
You do not have to be a
parent of a student to take the
I trip and here '\ou reside is
not a factor. All are welcome.
For more information, call
Breckenridge at UCHS at
(386) 496-3040 or at (386)
431-1617.
The deadline is approaching.

Elections
office

announces
early voting
The Union County
Super% isor of Elections office
is holding earl voting for the
Nov. 7 election until Saturday,
Nov. 4.
The elections office will
open "on the two Saturdays
during that time, Oct. 28 and
Nov. 4, from 8 a.m. 5 p.m. '
The elections office would
also' like to remind residents to
update their voter information
with the correct 911 addresses.

Gospel series
at Danville
church Oct.
22-29
Danville Church of Christ
invites everyone to its gospel
meetings, froin Thursday, Oct.
26, to. Sunday, Oct. 29.
Paul Casebolt will be giving
a special series of lessons from
God's word. Meetings will be
held Thursday through
Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ..
Sunday at 9 a.m. and 5
Danville Church of .-,--
located approximately two
miles soutL of Lake Butler on
S.R. 121.


A drawing for a Remington
870 28-inch barrel shotgun
will be held on Saturday, Nov.
25, with proceeds to benefit a
local woman with cancer, Judy
Wilkerson.
Local businesses selling the
tickets include the Fast Track,
Lee's Custom Automotive, C
& S Outdoors Inc and
Jackson's Building Supply.
Tickets are $5.
For more information, call
Loni Lilliston at (352) 258-
2641 or Janine McSpadden at
(386) 496-9054.


TOPS meeting
Start losing 'weight
today-join TOPS.. ,.. ,
Take Off Pounds Sensibly
meets every Thursday at 6:15
p.m. in the fellowship hall of
the First Methodist Church in
Lake Butler. It is on Main
Street across from Mercantile
Bank. Weigh-in starts at 5:45
p.m.
A year's membership is $24,
with a $5 fee each month.
There are prizes for weight
loss.
For. more information call
(386) 496-2107.

Library's first
film fest set
for Oct. 28
The Junior Friends of the
Library will hold its first-ever
film festival Saturday, Oct. 28,
at the Union County Public.
Library.
1 Films can be entered into
four categories: adult fiction,
adult'non-fiction, junior fiction
and junior non-fiction. There
will be cash prizes for each
category.
No film should contain
content that exceeds a PG
rating, and anyone, from the
community can participate.
Submisions of original
films %ill be accepted until
Thursday, Oct. 26, at the
library.

Toys for Kids

holds fund-
raisers
Toys for Kids is now taking
orders for chicken and rice
dinners. Dinners are $5 and
will be delivered Friday, Oct.
,27, from 11 a.m.-12:3,0 p.m.
Jerry Whitehead and Henry
Fowler will be cooking the
dinners. ,
Call the library to preorder
at (386) 496-3432.
Donations can be dropped
off at the Union County Public
Library, 175 W. Main St., in
Lake Butler.

Worthington
meets Nov. 6
Due to election day on
Tuesday, Nov. 7, the regularly
scheduled town of
Worthington Springs council
eatinging has been changed to
i meet on
Nov. : .. in the new
Comumntfiii --Buiilding Councill
room.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
Raiford Day was started
about 13 years ago after
Michael "Bud" Dobbs,
Kathryn Alvarez and Joyce
Norman thought of the idea.
The trio saw how everyone
gathered at funerals and
weddings with food and hugs
for people they had not seen in
a while.
So they decided to create a
day where residents of Raiford
and beyond could do this
without having someone die or
get married.
Dobbs, who is chairman of
the Raiford City Council and a
member since 1973, said,
"People don't see each other
enough."
Now, the free event has
more 300 to 400 people each
year and has expanded with
games and treats for children.
Live music played last
Saturday at the Raiford Day,
with a dinner of smoked
chicken, chicken and rice,
beans, cole slaw and more
being served.
For Dobbs, the event at the
Raiford Community Center
especially brings back
memories of some of his old
classmates when the center
was a school in the 1940s, he
said.
"It's got a lot of memories
here.",
While everyone is invited,
Dobbs and Norman both said
careful planning months before
the event sure there is enough
food and entertainment for
everyone.
Alvarez, Norman and Dobbs
hoped everyone enjoyed the
event and especially thanked
all the people who have
supported the event through
the years.
Norman said, "It's a lot of
work, but it's pleasure."


Tiger Growl

set for Nov. 2
Union County High
School's Tiger Growl is
scheduled for Thursday, Nov.
2, at 7:30 p.m. at the football
stadium.
Tiger Growl. features class
skits, presentation of the
homecoming court and the
crowning of the homecoming
queen-and king. Admission is
$2.


TOP RIGHT: From the
Florida Youth Challenge
Academy, students (front,
I-r) Michael Frazier, Chris
Rinker, Donovan Fletcher,
(middle) Ty Carson, Nick
DiGiacomo, Manuel
Salomon, Jhon Zea, (back)
Dylan "Jimmy" Lawson,
Steven Millett, Joel
Generazio, Jan Thomas
(instructor), Eric Tillman
and Abraham Munoz assist
in serving food and other
tasks at Raiford Day.





Homecoming
parade forms
now available
The Union County High
School homecoming parade is
set for Friday, Nov. 3.
Parade entry forms are now
available at the high school.
The entry fee is $10, which is
due by Monday, Oct. 30, at 3
p.m.
, On Nov. 3, parade line-up
"will begin., at 14.1 .m, -at
Sprinkle Field. The parade
starts at noon.


Joe Gunter prepares two types of chicken and rice,
regular and spicy.


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Dear Library Supporter,
The Union County Public Library is getting ready to begin its
construction project for a new, larger facility. In an effort to raise funds
for this much-needed building, the library is accepting donations for
parts of the picture shown on the next page. The painting that was
created for this project (painted by Marie Wiggs Tyre) will be
translated into a giant mural on the meeting room wall of the new
library building. It is estimated that each animal on the mural will be
life-size or larger. Listed below are the prices for each item. Just think
of the lasting benefits that you can have:with your small investment -
the name of your business listed in the library for years, your family's
name showing support of t'he library and our community's education,
dedication in memory of a Joved one, and much more...
Each item listed will have a plaque that corresponds to the item.
Leaf on the Tree:........................................ $200 Flying
Limb on the Tree:....................................... $500 Large]
Sm all Bird:................................................... $500 Bear:..
Sm all Reptile:............................................... $500 A lligat
Squirrel:..................................................... $500 D eer:..
Raccoons:.................... ...................$ 1,000/pair Panthe
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Egrets.....................................$1,000/pair
Bird: .............................................. $1,000
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of Tree:........................................... $5,000


If you are interested in helping build your new library
by making a donation for a part of the mural,

please call Mary Brown, library director, at 386-496-3432


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Section B: Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006






News from Bradford County, Union County and theLake Region area



Bradford County educators receive mini-grants


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford County
Education Foundation recently
awarded a total of $19,071 in
mini-grants to various
teachers who requested
financial assistance for the
implementation of new.
programs.
The grants were awarded to
Anna Kirley of Starke
Elementary for "Project Talk,"
Karen Melvin of Brooker
Elementary for "Time,
Measurement and Money,"
Mark Geiger of the
Technical Center/High School
for welding rods to be used in
the course "Applied Welding
Technology," Lilly Chappell.
of Southside Elementary for
"CSI in the Classroom," Angie
Hopkins of Starke Elementary
"Learning to Serve and
Serving to Learn," Suzanne
Starr of Starke Elementary for
"Math Across the
Curriculum," Erin Waters of
Starke Elementary ','Classroom




BCEF

greatly

assists local

schools
BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
Current Bradford County
Education Foundation (BCEF)
president Randy Jones thinks
that being a part of the BCEF
is one of the most rewarding
things he's ever done.
"This is one of those feel-
good organizations that I get to
be a part of," he said. "I get to
work at fundraisers, ..coltect
donations and give mdoey
away to the school board,
teachers and the students."
The BCEF was founded by
the Bradford County School
Board in 1990 for the purpose
of assisting Bradford County
schools with obtaining
educational grants for teachers
and scholarships for students.
Money is raised for,-
educational grants through
numerous fund-raisers. The
biggest event is the annual
silent auction which is held at
the annual Northeast Florida
Chamber of Commerce
banquet each January.
According to Jones, last
January,. the auction raised
$12,000, which all went to the
education foundation.
In addition to volunteering
with the BCEF for the, past five
years, Jones has served on the
Bradford County School Board
for 10 years running, and is
employed with the Union
County. Property Appraiser
office.
Due to the help of. BECF
Executive Director Michele
Everson and her grant writing
company, called abc, Inc.,
Bradford County teachers were
able to apply for many- more
grants this year.
"In the past, we've had
maybe 15-20 applications for
grants," Jones said. "This year,
we had 53 applicants. As the
foundation continues to grow,
I expect to see the numbers
continually increasing."
There was a committee of
three-Wanda Bishop, Cheryl
Canova and Jerome Kelley-
that had to go through each of
those 53 grant applications
along with Jones.
"The applications we
reviewed had no names or
schools on them, just the
presentation and number of
students that would be
involved," Jones said. "Using a
points system, each one was
evaluated and then 19 of those
were given.back to Michele
Eversoni. It wasn't until she e-
mailed us with the names of
the teachers and schools did
we find out who actually
received the grant. That made
it kind of fun and rewarding,
too."
Of the 19 mini-grants
recently awarded to Bradford
county teachers, hundreds of
textbooks were purchased for
the media center, FCAT
remediation testing and
science.


Math Library," Cheri
Whitehead of Lawtey
Community School for
"Center Time,"
Julie Whiteacre of Lawtey


Community School for
"Filling in the Gaps," Sallye
Scoggins of Hampton for
"Books Enhancing Science for
Tomorrow (BEST)," Amy Hall


of Southside Elementary
School for "Literacy Centers,"
Sandi Tomlinson of Lawtey
Community School for
"Connections," John Tinsler of


Bradford Middle School for
"Modeling What Works,"
Joanne BracewelI of the
Technical Center/High School
for "Team Building with Low,


Ropes Course,"
Estella Pendarvis of Lawtey
Community School for
See GRANTS, p. 8Bi


See BCEF, p. 4B




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Class of
1976 plans
homecoming
reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 will have its 30-
year reunion celebration this
weekend, with events
beginning on Friday, Oct. 27.
-- The class will have a float in
the Bradford homecoming
parade Oct. 27 and members
should meet at 11 a.m. at the
high school prior to the parade.
Members will also meet at
the stadium prior to the


homecoming game at 7:30
p.m. Most of the members
will be wearing T-shirts which
can still be ordered through
Sporting Chance of Starke.
After the game, class
members will meet at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
on S.R. 230 in Starke for a
dance.
A dinner for class members
will be held on Saturday, Oct.
28, at 6 p.m. at the Starke
Golf and Country Club. There
is still time to reserve your
seating for the dinner. Call
(904) 964-8923 or e-mail
bhsreunion1 976@yahoo.com
for more information or to
reserve seating.


All graduates are welcome to
attend.

Free fish fry
for seniors
There will be a free fish fry
on Saturday, Nov. 1 1,
beginning at 10 a.m., for
senior citizens who attend
programs at the Suwannee
River Economic Council.
Friends of the program or the
seniors are also invited to
attend.
The fish fry will be held at
the home of Kelly Tucker in
Lawtey. Follow signs for
directions.


Free exercise
class
beginning
A free exercise class will be
held on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays from 9-9:30 a.m.
upstairs Tn the Starke
Recreation Department on U.S.
301 across from the high
school. Instructor will be
Cassandra Kiser. For more
information, call (904) 964-
6792.

Happy 5th Birthday
Brianna


Harrison Cunningham

Harrison
Cunningham
Pat and Talisha Cunningham
of Lake Butler announce the
birth of their son, Harrison
Patrick Cunningham, on Sept.
6, 2006, in Gainesville.
Harrison joins a sister,
Brooklyn.
Maternal grandparents are
Joe and Tracy Harrison of
Lake Butler and Karen
Harrison of Lake City.
Paternal grandparents are
Fred and Jackie Cunningham
of Lake Butler.


Nadia
Norman
Blaine and Rebecca
Norman of Lake Butler
announce the birth of their
daughter, Nadia Drew
Norman, on Sept. 25, 2006.
Nadia weighed 6 pounds, 1
ounce and measured 19 inches
in length. She joins a sister,
Taryn Ann Norman.
Maternal grandparents are
Jack and Ann Schenck of
Lake Butler and Doyle and
Celeste Kemp of
Crawfordville.
Maternal great-
grandparents are Alex and
Adeline Cardenas of San
Antonio.
Paternal grandparents are
Tim and Judy Smith of
Providence and Mitchell nd
Charlene Norman of
Alabama.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Perry and,Louise Kemp of
Lawtey and Ingrid Schenck of
Lake Butler.


Chloe Lemire


New arrival Jack Wesley
Henderson and sister,
Caroline.


Jack Wesley
Henderson
Rick and Heather Henders
of Nevada City, Cali
announce the arrival of the
son, Jack Wsesley, on Oct.
.2006, at Sierra Memor
Hospital in Grass Valley, Cal
Jack weighed 8 pounds, :
ounces and measured.
inches in length. He joins
sister, Caroline, age 3.
Grandparents are Kip a
Lilly. Craig of Nevada Ci
Calif.,- and Phy llis Griffin
2 Talahassee.
, Great grandparentss ..
"Beverly Criag-Lynott a
Harold and Velma Somme
all. of Nevada City, Calif., a
Nettie and the. late Wesi
Griffin of Hampton.

Bradford goal
workshop is
rescheduled
The. Bradford County 4-
goat nutrition workshop tli
was scheduled for today, 0Q
26, will be'postponed un
Nov. 30 due to conflict wi
Bradford High School
Tornado Whirl. '
The rescheduled workshop
will be. held at 6:30 p.m. at t
Bradford County Extensji
Office, with the seri
continuing on Jan. 18 and Fe
22..
These workshops will cov0
health and showmanship. T
showmanship workshop o
Feb. 22 will be held at th
Bradford County Fairgroun
arena and participants are
bring their goats, for son
hands-on activities.
There will be a smi
showmanship contest to wra
things up.
To-' register for tl
workshops or to obtain mo
information, please call t]
Bradford County Extensio
Office at (90-1) 966-6224.


A fresh mind keeps the
body fresh. Take in the
ideas.of the day, drain oft
those of yesterday. As to
the morrow, time enough t
consider it when it *"
-becomes today ,.
-Edward Bulwer-Lytton


Chloe Lemire
William Lemire and
Roxanne McBride of Starke
announce the birth of their
daughter, Chloe Marie Lemire
.on Sept. 30, 2006, in
Gainesville.
Maternal grandparents are
Terry, and Kim McBride of
Starke.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Lester and Louise Austin
of Lawtey, and Iris Marcantel
of Louisiana.
Paternal grandparents are
Mike and Kara Lemire and
Elaine Seafross, all of Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Pauline Lemire of Lawtey
and Thomas and; Betty
Hollingsworth of Starke. .
Birth announcements e ,r
considered,news and area free
service of the Bradford County
Telegraph,. Union County Times
and Lake Region Monitor.
Announcements are edited for
style and content. A I-col. photo
may be Included for S12.

'97 reunion
planning

meeting set
Oct. 30
The Bradford High School
Class of 1997 is planning a
reunion. A planning meeting
has been set for Monday, Oct.
30, at 7 p.m. at Western Steer
on U.S. 301. in Starke. All
interested graduates are urged to
attend. For more information,
contact Amanda Hardee (904)
966-0699.


Love, Mon, Dad,
S Anthony and Andrea


o True enjoyment comes
from activity of the mind
and exercise of the body;
*f the two are ever united.
-Karl Wilhelm von
Humboldt


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OBITUARIES t


Evelyn Jordan


Evelyn Jordan
EARLETON Evelyn Carol
Jordan, 60, of Earleton died Oct..
22, 2006, at North Florida.
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Jordan moved from the:
south side of Jacksonville to
Earleton more than 25 years ago.,
Mrs. Jordan is survived by her'
husband, Robert Ray Jordan; two
sons Raymond "Scott" Jordan
and Randall Ray Jordan; one
brother, Charles Hall; and three.
granddaughters.
Arrangements are under'the
care of Moring Funeral Home in
Melrose.

Mary Weston
PINELLAS PARK Mary Irene
Bolls Weston, 62, of Pinellas
Park died Tuesday, Oct. 17,
2006, at her residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Vicksburg, Miss., to,
.the late Dr. George F. Bolls and
Elizabeth Bowie Bolls, Mrs.
Weston lived her early life in
Lake Butler. She was a registered
nurse specializing in emergency
care and was a member of First
United Methodist Church of Lake
Butler.
Mrs. Weston is survived by: a
son, James Wayne Morgan II of
Tampa; a brother, George
Franklin Bolls III of Brooksville
two sisters, Pamela Howard of
Lake Butler and Patricia Shaw of
Wichita Falls, Texas; and two
grandchildren..
Funeral services for Mrs.
Weston were Oct. 20, 2006, in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. Burial
followed in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery inddr tihe care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler

Theresa Whitaker
FLORAHOME Theresa Lyhn
Whitaker, 38, of Florahome died
'suddenly on Tuesday, Oct. 10,
2006, at her residence.
Born in Jacksonville on Sept.
10, 1968, Mrs. Whitaker was a
welder in the commercial
fabrication industry.
Mrs. Whitaker.,is survived by:
her husband Joey Whitaker of
Florahome; a daughter, Ashley
Bell of Jacksonville; a son,
Ryan Leistner of South Carolina;
a sister, Sarah L. Sizemore of
Florahome; and three brothers,
Richard .Pearce, Andy Beverly
and Barney Beverly Jr.
Funeral services and interment
for Mrs. Whitaker were conducted
privately by the"family.:Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights was in charge of
arrangements.


Margaret
Timberlake
LAKE CITY Margaret Trowell
Timberlake, 87, of rural Lake
City (near Ellisville) died
Monday, Oct. 23, 2006,. at her
residence, following an extended
illness.
Born in Homerville, Ga., she
lived most her live in Columbia
County. Preceded in death by her
husband, Howard Timberlake,
she was a homemaker and was a
member of the First Christian
Church.
Mrs. Timberlake is survived
by: a daughter, Marsha T.
Cannon of rural Lake City; a son,
Glen F. Timberlake of Ft. White;
a sister, Effie Waldron of Odom,
Ga.; four grandchildren and five
:/great-grandchildren. I
Funeral services were held
Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral


Home of Lake Butler. Burial
followed at Elzey Chapel
Cemetery near Worthington
Springs under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.

Gilford Davis
MACCLENNY Gilford Davis,
55, of Macclenny, died Oct. 20,
2006, in his residence.
Mr. Davis was a lifelong
resident of Macclenny and a
veteran of the U.S. Army. He was
self-employed as an auto
transporter and earned the
designation of Silver Top Gun
and Eagle during his career.
Mr. Davis was a member of
Macclenny Moose Lodge No.
2412 and also enjoyed fishing,
football, bluegrass music and
playing the guitar.
Mr. Davis was preceded in
death by his grandson, Luke, and
his mother, Sarah Lee Fish
Davis.
He is survived by his wife,
Diane Dekle Davis of
Macclenny; his father, Lewis
Davis of Macclenny; three sons,
Gilford Derek Davis of Glen St.
Mary, Todd Nobles of
Macclenny, and Scott Elley of
Miami; one daughter, Mandy
Thomas of High. Point, N.C.;
five brothers, Noah Davis,
Leonard Davis, Cecil Davis and
Russell Davis, all of Glen St.
Mary, and Walter Davis of
Macclenny; one sister, Sarah
Nell Shelar of Commerce, Ga.,;
and three grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Davis
were held Oct. 23, 2006, in the
Ferreira Chapel in Macclenny
with pastor Eddie Griffis
officiating. Interment followed
in Cedar Creek Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
of V. Todd Ferreira Funeral
Services of Macclenny.

I In Memoru I


Mannie Reagan

Manuel I. Reagan
STARKE Manuel Isaiah
"Mannie" Reagan, 4, died
suddenly on Tuesday, Oct. 17,
2006, at his residence
Born in Orange Park on Sept.
18, 2002, he is survived by his
parents, Ronnie Manuel and
Carrie Marie Crawford Reagan of
Starke; his maternal grandmother
Evelyn Crawford of Starke; his
maternal grandfather James and
Lisa Crawford of Hawthorne;
paternal grandparents, Ronald
and Magdalena Reagan of Starke;
a sister, Ronnie Marie Reagan;
aunts, Rocio Reagan, Sarai
Crawford, all of Starke; an uncle,
Josh Davis of Hawthorne;
maternal great-grandmother


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\ Mannie
October 17, 2005
To. our sweet boy, Mannie:
You touched our lives for four
beautiful years and you have
blessed our lives forever. We love
you so much.
The things you have taught us
have made us stronger and better
people. Children are supposed to
' earn-from their parents, but we
have learned from you. Yok were i.
truly a blessing and a gift froth
God. Not one day will pass that we
won't long to hold you tight, kiss
your cheeks and tell you how
.much we love'you.
We know you would have grown
*up to be a great and handsome
minan. Now we know that you are
i'the most beautiful angel in heaven.
"Forever in our hearts, you will
remain. And not one day will go
Iby that we will not be thinking of
you! We love and miss you so
m nuch!
Love Always,
Mom, Dad and Ronnie Marie

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In lieu of flowers
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Community State Bank, 811 S.
Walnut St., Starke, FL 32091.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Oct. 21, 2006 at
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
pastor Greg Pusateri officiating.
Burial followed at Evergreen
Cemetery in Raiford under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.

Sheila Baker
LAKE CITY Sheila Arlene
Foreman Baker, 41, of Lake City
died Oct. 20, 2006, at Shands of
Lake Shore after a brief illness.
Mrs. Baker was born in
Jacksonville and lived most of
her life in Union County. She
moved to Lake City in 2004.
Mrs. Baker is survived by her
husband, Bryant C. Baker of
Lake Butler; two daughters, Nina
Baker and June Baker, both of
Lake Butler; two sons, Arthur
Baker and Samuel Baker, both of
Lake Butler; and two sisters,.
Shelby Edwards of Virginia
Beach, Va., and Melissa Foreman
of Lake Butler.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced at a later date. Archer
Funeral Home in Lake Butler is in
charge of the arrangements.

Wade H. Paulk Jr.'
VALDOSTA, GA Wade Henry
Paulk Jr., 41, of Valdosta, Ga.,
died Thursday, Oct. 19, 2006, in
Brooks County.
Born in Starke and living here
and Jesup, Ga., before moving to
Valdosta in 1983. He was a


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member of the First Baptist
Church in Jesup and a produce
manager for Harvey's
Supermarket.
He is survived by his mother,
Faye Paulk of Valdosta, Ga.; two
sisters, Terri Bennet of Jesup,
Ga., and Donna Hawkins of
Valdosta, Ga.; a niece and
nephew of Jesup; aunts, uncles
and cousins, and his faithful
companion Sporty.
He was preceded in death by
his father, Wade H. Paulk Sr., his
paternal grandparents, Henry Lee
Paulk and Eula Mae Paulk
Hattaway, maternal
grandparents, Winslow and
Frances Johnson, and an aunt,
Joyce Hicks.


The Reagan and Crawford families
would like to extend their thanks to E
everyone who was therefore us at
this time of loss. \:
A special thanks to Grace
Community Fellowship Church,
Pastor Greg, the Starke Police ,d
Department, Starke Fire
Department and Bradford County (j
.paramedics. q
A very special "thank you" to Lt. z
Barry Warren, Chief Gordon Smith, d
Major JeffJohnson and the whole
Johnson family. 4t
Thanks to Julia's Florist. A very -
special "thank you" to Steve and
Cindy Futch and the staff of Jones
Funeral Home for your help and
compassion through this time.
"Thank you to the whole county of
Bradford and the community of
Southern Villasforshowing us
support and love.
Thankyou all, especially for your
prayers.
Carrie and Ronnie Reagan


Imagination disposes of
everything; it creates
beauty, justice, happiness,
which is everything in this
world.
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In Memory

In Loving Memory
of
Our Dear Beloved
Mother
Robenia
Reeves Stewart
who slipped away from us
October 24, 2005
Gone but not forgotten
Mother, you will always be in our
hearts. We love and miss you very
much. But God loved you best.
Your children, grandchildren and
great grandchildren


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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, Oct. 26, 2006 Page 4B



The big yellow school bus

i Most drivers on our nation's Miller says Bradford is fortunate in
highways know to stop when a school having a pool of. competent school
bus is loading or unloading students, bus drivers, and finding drivers is not
but on occasion, one will pass the bus a problem. He says he is unaware of
in spite of laws or common sense. any serious accidents or injuries to
The driver that passes a bus while students, and behavioral problems are
picking up or letting off children isn't normally confined to loud talking or
just breaking a law; he is putting at risk laughing.
the life of a child or risking financial All buses are equipped with video
o ruin and possibly jail time. Passing cameras, recording whatever goes on
'a bus legally stopped is similar to in the bus, a deterrent to misbehavior
playing Russian roulette; it's possible and careless driving.
to win once, maybe twice, but when BHS is near enough to the Bradford-
you lose, the effect is serious. Union Area Career and Technical
Bus drivers are observant, and Center for students to walk between
attempt to get tag numbers or the two, but it's also far enough
identify vehicles that violate the law removed for students to procrastinate
concerning school buses picking up or or get wet in inclement weather, so
Discharging children along a highway, two shuttle buses run between the
o and while they miss some, they are two schools regularly. These two,
able to report some to law enforcement along with three others, are referred
officials. Officials at all levels see to as specialized buses. Two are used
x passing school buses as a very serious for transporting disabled children and
breach of driving conduct, and when one bus is for school choice students..
a violator is caught, the lesson is If parents want their child enrolled
expensive. A first-time, Qffende.r-is- i aii "A" school, the district is legally
i --faced-withal--a20.5rfieiTflhe passes bound to enroll the child in the better
on the left side. If he is foolish enough school, providing there is a vacancy.
75 to pass on the right side, he will stand Providing transportation for students
Z before a judge. is expensive. Aside from paying
The yellow-orange -of a school bus drivers a living wage for the hours
was not chosen for its beauty, but to worked, gasoline and diesel fuel
be the most distinctive, easily seen exceed $215,000 a year. Miller sees
color. The color scheme was mandated the recent decline in fuel price as a
by federal statute in 1927 and is lifesaver, and the county may get back
recognized as "school bus yellow" by within its annual budget. Without the
Americans and Canadians, who use price decrease, the fuel budget was
the same color on their buses. slated to "go out the roof."
In 1921, Bradford County was A new diesel pusher, 40-feet long,
divided almost equally, retaining just costs $80,000, with a life expectancy
more than 50 percent of the land area of 10 years. BC attempts to stay
and Union County taking just less. current by purchasing five buses each
than that west of New River, making year.
^ Bradford the second smallest county Bradford County picks up some
"mm- ti-fRe Bif i'-Bradfbidi O'-bhty i-dfien'whfid live in Clay County and ..
ranks about 45th in population with brings them. to-local.schools due to.a..
More than 26,000 residents, including reciprocal agreement with Clay that
3,700 students in elementary and allows some students to attend school
secondary schools. in Keystone Heights who actually
Bradford students are taught to look live in Bradford County. Bradford
for route numbers rather than bus also picks up students in the Kingsley
i numbers, since buses may change Lake area who attend local schools.
from time to time because of repairs Miller is a native of Bradford
i or other reasons, while route numbers County, having grown up "on .U.S.
remain constant. 301" just north of the Starke- city
The county has 37 routes traversing limits. He graduated from BHS in
the length and breadth of the county 1975. He attended a truck driving
five days a week. Drivers are paid school and went to work for Gator
hourly wages, beginning at $9.95 Truck.Line, a freight line established
. per hour, and increasing annually to and operated by Jerome Johns for
$21..47, but-there are-no driversat the several years before it was sold.
j top level at this time. A few long-term 'Miller drove a truck between Tampa
I drivers are in the $18-$20 range. and Jacksonville prior to going to
The longer routes are established work for Bradford County more
at four hours per day, two hours in than 16 years ago. Today, he wears
the morning and two hours in the three- hats for the school district-
afternoon. The shorter routes are set transportation, risk management and
accordingly. A few drivers are also warehouse supervisor.
employed in other areas and work By Buster Rahn,
regular 40-hour weeks. Telegraph Editorialist
Transportation Supervisor Otha


CEF
intinued from p. 1l
"We were also able to'
purchase welding rods for the
Technical ,Center," Jones said.
"How could we provide
hands-on welding classes
without having rods for the
students to work with? A class
stch as that teaches a
profession that can provide
training for a high-paying
career straight out of high.
schooll.
."If it were not for the BECF,
,Badford county would have
in choice but to contact the
Northeast Florida Education
:Consortium for any and all
nts. NEFEC is a great help
obtaining grants, but they
ve several county school
yards and sometimes are
u able to assist us, whereas
ECF is a local organization
ere all monies go to
E adford county only."
ISome of the upcoming fund-
$isers committees are
currently looking into are large
'tms to auction such as a half-
lay hunting trip with meal, a
hree-or four--day vacation
package, box ,seat tickets to
Gator games, a chili cook-off
competition and autographed


Randy Jones
footballs from the Jacksonville
Jaguars and Florida Gators.
"Smaller $10 to $20 items
are also donated to the
foundation as well as monetary
donations," Jones said. "A lot
of people and businesses in the
community have helped out in'
the past and continue to help
out, large or small."
Within the next two months,
Bradford area businesses will
be receiving a letter from the
BCEF with a personal follow-
up from one of the members of
the foundation.
The. Bradford County
Education Foundation officers
are Randy Jones-president,
Rev. Jeff Stockdale-
president-elect, Julee Tinsler-


treasurer, Lila Sellars-
secretary, Scott Roberts-
immediate past president,
Michele Everson-executive
director and Harry Hatcher
III-superintendent of schools.
Current members and
businesses are Bill Adams of
Bill Adams Chevrolet, Jeannie
Baker of Shands a,t Starke,
Wanda Bishop 'of the
Bradford/Union Career
Technical Center, Cheryl
Canova of Santa Fe
Community College;
I Phillip Johns of Community
State Bank, Jeff Johnson of the
City of Starke Po'lice
Department, Jerome Kelley of
North Beach Engineering in
Gainesville, John Miller of the
Bradford County Telegraph,
Larry Noegel of Noegel's Auto
Sales, Jeff Oody of Capital
City Bank in Starke;'
Paula Register of Hampton
Lake Bed & Breakfast, Elaine
Slocum 'of the Bradford
County Faith Community
Center and Church of God by
Faith and Tommy Tomlinson
of Clay Electric in Keystone
Heights.
Anyone who would like to
find out more about being
involved with the BCEF
should contact Michele
Everson at (904) 364-7524.


Erin Maclnnes from the Governor's office was in attendance at the seminar
along with Peggy Kelly, Eugenia Whitehead and Becky Reddish.


Teaching kids to 'bounce back'


BY TERESA
STONE-IRWIN
Telegraph Staff Writer
On Oct. 16, the Northeast


Florida Educational
Consortium (NEFEC) in
partnership with the Florida
Governor's Office of Drug
Control, sponsored a free


Nan Henderson, MSW, speaks to area educators at
her seminar "How to Bqild Bounce-Back Kids."


districtwide seminar for both
school personnel and parents.
1Held at the Starke
Conference Center, the all day
seminar was titled "How to
Build Bounce-Back Kids".
The event was lead by guest
speaker Nan Henderson,
MS W, president of Resilency
in Action and author of five
books.
Henderson spoke to a group
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school counselors, social
workers, resource officers and
parents as she shared practical
tools which can be used to help
young people "'bounce back"
from trauma, stress, and
behavioral risks by building
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According to Henderson,
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Taylor and Davis are wed


Jessica Marie Taylor and
Kevin Jerome Davis were
married Aug. 2, 2006, at 1011
Fountain Rd. in Jacksonville.
Betty Beard performed the
ceremony. Organist/pianiist was
Bruce Beard.
The bride is the daughter of
Robert Brice of Lawtey and
Patricia Harris of Starke. She is
a graduate of CCC Christian
Academy.
The groom is the son of Billie
Griffis of Highland and Windell
Davis of Taylor. He is a
graduate. of Bradford High
School.
Given in marriage by her,
father, Robert Brice, the bride
wore a white V-neck gown with
a long train and beads and
pearls around the bottom of the
train. She carried a bouquet of
lavender and white flowers.
The .groom wore a black
tuxedo with a white vest and tie.
Maid of honor was Heather
Dainelle Brice with. bridesmaids


A free class for adults who want'
to improve reading skills and basic
math computational skills will be
held at Bradford-Union Area Vo-.
Tech. For additional information,
call (904) 966-6773 or (904) 966-
6764.


Brittany Davis, Brittany Moore
and Michelle Crews. Her
attendants wore lavender, long
silk, spaghetti strap gowns.
Flower girls were Makaila
Taylor and Sommer Lane, who
wore white sleeveless dresses
with an overdress of sheer
lavender flower petals.
Best man was Kevin Jerome
Davis Jr. with groomsmen
Robert King, Jeffery Morrow
and Robert Wearing. The
groom's attendants wore black
tuxedos with black vests and
ties.
Ring bearer was Austin
Davis.
A reception immediately
followed the ceremony at the
same location.
The 3-tier chocolate cake was
decorated with lavender flowers
and doves.
The groom had a deer cake.
Following a trip to Busch
Garden is Tampa, the couple
live in Starke.


Hospice is in need of volunteers.
There will be a volunteer training
program soon, and if interested in
this important volunteer
opportunity, call Carolyn Long,
386-328-7100.


Annie Louise Browning

Browning

marks 90th
Annie Louise Brpwning
celebrated her 90th birthday
with her family on Oct. 25.
She was born on Oct. 25,
1916.
Mrs. Browning is the wife of
the late Williard C. Browning
and the mother of Vollie
Browning, George Browning,
Annie Futch and Murley
Blankenship.
Mrs. Browning has also lost
four children to death: Lucy
Browning, Irving Browning,
Wanda Chitty and Ainniie
Louise Thomas.
She is the grandmother and
great-grandmother to 17.


Correction-
In the announcement of the
marriage of Janna Lane Turner
Breton and Richard "Ricky"
Stephen Crane, which was
published in the Oct. 19, 2006,
edition, the groom's parents
were misidentified. They are
Richard L. Crane and Bonriie
Crane of Keystone Heights.
We apologize for any
inconvenience this may have
caused.


Annie Stafford and
Stephen Carter

Stafford-

Carter to wed
Delores Stafford of Starke is
pleased to announce the
engagement of her daughter,
Annie Stafford, to Stephen
Carter of Mississippi.
Annie is the daughter of
Delores and the late David
Stafford of Starke.
The couple will wed on Aug.
26, 2006,.at the home of
Ronald and Donna Carter of
Hornlake, Miss.
The Alachua County
Organization for Rural Needs
(ACORN) Clinic offers free
mammograms and annual pap ,
smears to women 50 and older who
have little or no health insurance.
Hours: Mon.-Thurs., 8:30 a.m.-5
p.m.; Tuesday night clinic, 7-9 p.m.;.
Friday, 8:30 -11 a.m. ACORN is -
located in Brooker. Call (352) 485-
1133.


Blackall-Collins
to wed
Keith and Dena Collins, and
Darryle and Nancy Blackal)
announce the upcoming
marriage of their children!,
Darryl Scott Blackall ani
Amanda Denise Collins.
.Darryl is a 2004 graduate of
Keystone Heights High Schooli
Amanda is a 2005 graduate o
Keystone Heights High School,
Ceremony is planned for
Saturday, Dec. 16, 2006, at the
Community Church iij
Keystone Heights. A reception0
will follow.
All family and friends are
welcome to attend.

Adults are needed to work with
Girl Scouts of all ages in Bradford
and Union counties. Contact
Carolyn Eaves, (904) 964-5&12, oi
Laurie Mullins, (904) 964-5646. ,
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Nakia Ashley Shah and
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to wed
Connie Sorrell of
Jacksonsville announces the
engagement and approaching
wedding of her daughter,
Nakia Ashley Shah, to James
Ryan McDonald of Live Oak.
The bride-elect is a 2004
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School.
The groom-elect is the son
of Todd and Jacquie
MacDonald of Keystone
Heights and is a 1998 graduate
of Buchholz High School.
The wedding will take place
on March 16, 2007, at 5 p.m. at
the McDonald family lake
house in Keystone Heights. A
reception will follow in
Gainesville.
A meditation and stress control
workshop is held every Thursday at
6:30 p.m. at the Senior Health Care
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Bradford County
Tourism De elopmern
Council
Florida Department of
State Division of
Cultural Affairs


Festival Staff

Kathryn Lehman,
Coordinator
Kathryn Russ
Program Assistant
Susan Miller
Artist Liaison

Contributors
All the Residents of Walnut Street
Best Western of Starke
Bradford County Commissioners
Bradford County Public Library
Bradford County Telegraph., .
bverymanSound .. ." .
First United Methodist Church
Group 5
Jones Funeral Home
Lawtey Correctional Institute
New River Correctional Institute
Rotary Club of Starke
Santa Fe Community College
Office for Development
Information and Publication
Printing Services
Mailroom
Andrews Center
Physical Plant
Little School
Sonny's of Starke
Strawberry Tea Room
Sun State Sanitation, Inc.
Starke Police Department
Starke City Commissioners
Starke Recreation Department
Starke Shriner's Club
Starke Woman's Club
WEAG Eagle Country
WCJB TV 20
WUFT Channel 5
Western Steer Family Steak House


Entertainment

Bass Kountry Cloggers
Branford High School Dance Team
Emmett Carlisle
Benjamin Carter
* Christin Coffey
Art Crummer and Friends
Carson Elder
Gainesville Youth Chorus
Emily Giles
Camela Hodsdon
Tiffany Johns
Kanapaha
Lost Safari
Next Generation
Bethany Osbom
The Reeves Brothers
Edy Richman
Samuel Smith -A/AMU(JAN


Savannah Snowden
Amanda Spires
Starke Dance Academy
Maria Stephenson
Megan Sweat
Rachel Sweat
Tammerlin
Emma Theus
U.S.A. Gymnastics of Florida, Inc.
Kuniko Yamamoto
Purchase Awards


Cheryl Canova
Kathyleen Hardage
Susan Miller
Shands at Starke
Mrs. Jeannie Baker

Volunteers

Sue Adams
Stephen Akridge
Amelia Barnard
Raina Barnard
Amanda Browden
Cheryl Canova
Amber Caren
Melissa Carlisle
Angie Carter
Bob Clayton
Christopher Coleman
Scooter Colee
Keith Corson
Stephanie Dunne
Kristin Faile
Cheryl Farrell
Harriett Flowers
Amanda Gathright
Cindy Grandmaison
Christine Green
Elijah Hamilton
Bonnie Jachna
Kim Juchniewicz
Toni Keene
Hazel King
Chuck Kramer
Danielle Kramer
Deaudra Jones
George Lott
Louis Mann
Allan Marshall
Jese McClellan
Teri McClellan
Susan Miller
Martella Moore
Malcolm Moore
Unissa King-Moore
Cathy Mott
Bo O'Neal
Jessica Outlaw
April Padgett
Ana Padron
Alex Palazz
Sarita Plimmer
Candace Robinson
Margeaux Royals


Isabel Sampaic
Katie Sherwood
Nevada McGill Smith
Chris Swilley
Mary Vallanaingham
Jamie Ward
Courtney Williams
Dustin Woodard


Food Vendors
Rotary Club
Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church, Lawtey
Starke Shriner's Club
Starke Woman's Club
First United Methodist Church

Artist Award Winner;

Best of Show
Millard Griffis
Starke, FL

Santa Fe Community College
Barrie Harding
Dunnellon, FL
William Underwood
Pinellas Park. FL

Award of Excellence
Paul Anderson
Tallahassee, FL
Sheila Crawford
Palm Coast, FL
John Davis
Sebastian, FL
Marte McMurry
Sebastian, FL

Award of Distinction
Arthur Dillard
St. Petersburg, FL
Lisa H. Parker
Daytona Beach, FL
Robert V. Rucker
Gainesville, FL
Ward Siegler
Kissimmee, FL

Special Thanks
Cheryl Canova
First United Methodist Church
Steve Futch
Teresa Irwin
Harry Hatcher
Major J. M. Johnson
John Miller
Jeff Oody
Earl Ray
Joann Rogers
W. Harvey Sharron
Starke Shriners
Starke Woman's Club
Joan Suchorski
Evelyn Womack


Ricky 1 hompson
Linda Kay Johns

Bradford County School'
Student Art Contest
Winners

Best of Show
Bailey Creighton
4th Grade
Lawtey Community School


y Pre-K- 3rd Grade
1st Place
"Miss" Miller, 3rd Grade
., ... Sp.uthside EJementary Schr I.-,I
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Emily Ford, 1st Grade
s Lawtey Community School
3rd Place
Makayla Smith, 1st Grade
Hampton Elementary School
4th Place
Eric Jones, 1st Grade
Award Lawtey Community School



4-5th Grade
1st Place
Bailey Creighton, 4th Grade
Lawtey Community School
2nd Place
Molina Jackson, 4th Grade
Lawtey Community School
3rd Place
James Bowman, 4th Grade
Lawtey Community School
4th Place
Allayna Norris, 5th Grade
Southside Elementary School


Middle School
No Middle School entries


High School
1st Place
Caleb Smith, 9th Grade
Bradford High School
2nd Place
Megan Rainey, 11th Grade
Bradford High School
3rd Place
Kim Juchmiewicz, 12th Grade
Bradford High School
4th Place
Atesha Beaufort, 12th Grade
Bradford High School

Thank you to the
Artists, all the Students,
Teachers & Employees
that participated


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CRIME I


Starke
woman
faces multiple
charges
A 23-year-old Starke woman
was arrested on multiple
charges after she drove her car
off a tow truck.
Takiesha McCutchen
confronted the driver of the tow
truck after he had hooked her
vehicle to his truck in an
attempt to repossess the
vehicle, according to Patrolman
Stephen Murphy.
McCutchen began beating on
the victim before getting in her
vehicle, and driving it off the
tow truck. She struck a parked
vehicle causing over $1,000 in
damage, then struck the tow
truck, also causing over $1,000
in damage. McCutchen then
drove through a fence and fled
the scene in her vehicle.
When located, she was
ordered to stay away from the
vehicle where she was trying to
remove the tag, Patrolman
Murphy said. A Taser was used
to subdue McCutchen.
McCutchen was charged with
battery, two counts criminal
mischief and resisting without
violence, Patrolman Murphy
said.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union County:
James Vernon Shupe, 54, of
Lake Butler wa.s arrested. Oct.
22 by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin for aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon and
discharging a firearm in public.
Deputies responding to a verbal
disturbance at the Shupe
residence were advised Shupe
had a gun and numerous shots
had been fired, Deputy Goodwin-
'said. Shupe admitted to
shooting near the neighbor's
home. The disturbance involved-
garbage/trash that had been
dumped on Shupe's property,
Deputy Goodwin said. There
were no injuries.
Joseph Patrick McLaughlin,
24, was arrested Oct. 22 by
Deputy Goodwin for aggravated
battery. McLaughlin is charged
with striking the victim in the
face with a drinking glass
during an argument. A witness-
stated McLaughlin had also
struck the victim numerous
times with his hands. The
victim was treated by
emergency medical personnel.

Mark Anthony Smith, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 21 by Clay Deputy
Samuel Abrahamsen for
burglary. Smith is charged with
entering the victim's. shed by
using a screw driver. He
removed several power' tools
valued at $377 from the shed.
Smith then took the stolen
tools to a pawn shop in
Bradford where he pawned, the
items, Deputy Abrahamsen
said.
Robert Albert Odom, 44, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 22 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn Brown
for domestic battery. Odom is
charged with grabbing the
victim by the neck and forcing
; her to the ground, Patrolman
Brown said.
Darrien Jamal Hudson, 22, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 19 by
Starke Patrolman William
Murray for domestic battery and
criminal mischief. Hudson is
charged with pushing the
S victim into a wall causing a
hole to the wall and an abrasion
to the victim, Patrolman
S Murray said. Estimated damage
was $100. Hudson fled the area,
but was located and arrested. He
was additionally charged by
Starke Patrolman Michelle
Davis with DWLS. Bond was
set at $16,000;

S Joseph Crawford, 33, of
Tamarc was arrested Oct. 22 by
!. Patrolman Brown for battery
and giving false information to


law enforcement officer.
Crawford is charged with
striking the victim in the face
and arm. He gave a false birth
date and Social Security number
to the officer, Patrolnan Brown
said. Crawford was additionally
charged on aC warrant from
Broward County for giving
false information, violation of
probation and failure to pay
child support. He may purge by
paying $750.
Krysta Coursen, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 18 by Clay deputies for
possession of cannabis.
Pamela Biles New, 43, of
Hawthorne was arrested Oct. 18
by Clay Deputy David
McDaniels for possession, sale
or delivery of controlled
substance. During a traffic stop
on S.R. 100, the deputy found
25 white pills, identified as
Methodone, inside a small
pouch in New's purse and in a
jewelry box. She did not have a
prescription for the drug,
Deputy McDaniels said.
John Mengelson, 22, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 18 by
Clay Deputy Trent Cecrle for
possession of controlled
substance without a valid
prescription. During a traffic
stop the deputy found SOMA
pills in the center section of the
vehicle. Mengelson admitted to
taking the pills from a relative,
Deputy Cecrle said.
Jeanelle Rhea Dunn, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 17 by Deputy Cecrle for
concealed weapon, possession
of cannabis and drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop the deputy found a 9mm
firearm concealed under the
driver's seat. In the vehicle was
a plastic bag containing
marijuana, a marijuana pipe
with residue and three items of
cocaine paraphernalia with
residue in her makeup bag,
Deputy Cecrle said. Dunn was
also charged driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS) knowingly and on a
warrant for violation of
probation making repeated
harassing phone calls. Bond
was set at $1,5Q2 on the
warrant charge.
Nancy Gayle Wray, 32, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 22 by,
Starke Patrolman J.W. Hooper
for possession of prescription
medication without a
prescription. The officer found
Clonazepam pills, a schedule 4
drug, between Wray's sock and
her shoe.
Paul Alvin Byrd Jr., 33, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
21 by Patrolman Brown for
retail theft and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Byrd is
charged with leaving the
Kangaroo store without paying
for a bottle of beer. He refused
to comply with the officer as he
was placed under arrest, A crack
pipe was found in a pocket of
his pants, Patrolman Brown
said.
Alyssa N. Wallace, 21, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 20
by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for retail theft. Wallace
is charged with concealing
merchandise valued at $33.97 in
her purse and. leaving Bealls
Outlet without paying,
Patrolman Crosby said.
Kenneth Randell Bailey, 27,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 22
* by Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
for disorderly intoxication and
resisting arrest without
violence. Bailey was asked to
leave .the Mud Bogg several
times. He refused and started
cursing, causing a crowd to
gather, Deputy Clark said. He
smelled strongly of an alcoholic
beverage.
Robert Walter Stout Jr., 20,
of Hawthorne was arrested just
before midnight Oct. 18 by
Patrolman Davis for disorderly
intoxication and resisting an
officer with violence. Stout is
charged with pulling away from
the officer in an attempt to
strike Sgt. Matthew Watson.
Stout, Who smelled strongly of
an alcoholic beverage, was
yelling 'loud obscene
comments, Patrolman Davis
said. Stout was seen with a beer
in his hand prior to his arrest.


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He was additionally charged
with possession of alcohol by a
minor, Patrolman Davis said.
Tammy Michelle
Chamberlain, 36, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 23 by Bradford
Deputy David Young for
domestic battery. Chamberlain
'is charged with striking and
scratching the victim, causing
minor injuries. Both parties
involved had been drinking.
However, Chamberlain was
determined to be the primary
aggressor, Deputy Young said.
Marge Christakes, 60, of
Worthington Springs was
arrested Oct. 19 by Deputy
Goodwin for resisting an officer
without violence and disorderly
conduct. Deputies were called to
a residence where Christakes
was trespassing and creating a
disturbance. Christakes left the
property and met the deputy at a
nearby convenience store.
Christakes would not comply
with the deputy, shouting
obscenities and pushing away,
Deputy Goodwin said. A Taser
was used to prevent Christakes
from entering the store, Deputy
Goodwin said.
Rafael Angel Rosado, 49, of
Marietta, Ga., was arrested Oct.
18 by Bradford Deputy Lori
Jestes for violation of probation
aggravated assault with no bond
and on a writ of bodily
attachment. He may purge by
paying $5,137.13.
Darlene M. Toole, 40, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 21 by
probation officers for violation
of probation aggravated assault.
Toole was in possession of a
firearm, a Mossburg .12-gauge
shotgun, that she admitted to
shooting inside a residence. She
smelled strongly of an alcoholic
beverage, blowing a .19 percent
blood-alcohol level, according
to the officer.
Timothy Hansen, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 18 by Clay deputies on
warrants for failure to register
as a sexual offender.
Dwight Edward Emery, 46,
of Brooker was arrested Oct. 18
by Bradford Sgt. R.W. White
on a warrant from Alachua for
violation of probation,
possession of controlled
substance with no bond.
Phillip Lyons, 35, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 22 by Deputy
Cecrle on a warrant for
worthless check with bond set
at $200. He was also cited for
open container, Deputy Cecrle
said.
Jamie Louise Coakley, 25,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 18
by Patrolman Davis for failure
to appear contributing to
delinquency and battery. Bond
was set at $8,000.


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Brent Hays, 30, of Ft. White
was arrested Oct. 16 by Starke
Patrolman Mark Lowery on a
warrant from Union County for
failure to appear criminal
mischief. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.
Altina Robinson, 30,. of
Starke was arrested Oct. 17 by
Bradford Deputy David
Thompson for violation of
probation felony battery.
Jason Scott, 21, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 17 by
Patrolman Crosby for resisting
an officer without violence.
Bond was set at^$500. He was
also charged violation of
probation fleeing, attempting to
elude.
Michael Masters, 31, of
Hawthorne was arrested Oct. 17
for violation of probation fraud.
Rodney Myers, 35, of Tampa
was arrested Oct. 17 for
violation of probation grand
theft. "
Jessica Oakley, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 23 by Clay deputies on
warrants for failure to appear
possession of cannabis and drug
paraphernalia.
Tiffany Wexler, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 23 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation.
Gary Joel Croft Jr., 40, of
Lake City was arrested Oct. 18
by Lt. Tomlinson for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $5,000.
Camekco Catrice Webb, 25,
of Lake City was arrested Oct.
19 by Union Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on warrants for failure
to appear with bond set at
$2,500 on each charge.


Johnny W. Barksdale, 44, of
Middleburg was arrested Oct. 20
by Patrolman Lowery for DUI.
Barksdale refused field testing
and the intoxilizer after his
1997 Honda motorcycle was
stopped on U.S. 301 at S.R.
16. He also refused to sign the
citation, Patrolman Lowery
said. ...
Thomas Mack Arnold, 25, of
Waldo was arrested Oct. 20 by
Starke Patrolman William
Murray for DUI. Arnold refused
to submit to testing when his
vehicle was stopped on U.S.
301 at 12:55 a.m.
Terry Lee Yerger, 18, of Ft.
White was arrested Oct. 22 by
Deputy Clark for DWLS with
knowledge. Yerger was charged
during a routine traffic stop on
S.R. 100 shortly after 5 a.m.
His license was suspended for
failure to pay traffic fines.
Krystal Michelle Lloyd, 28,
of Ocala ws arrested Oct. 18 by
Deputy Cecrle for DWLS and
obstruction by disguised
person. Lloyd gave another
name when she was questioned
during a traffic stop at 6:23
a.m. on Orchid Avenue.
Adrian Anthony Williams,
21, of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 20 by Patrolman Brown
for no valid driver's license
(NVDL). Williams' 1997
Nissan was stopped ,on Keller
Street.
Michael Priester, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
17 by 'Patrolman Brown for
DWLS knowingly. Priester's
vehicle was stopped for
speeding. He was released after
a $500 surety bond was posted.


Donald Alessi, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
at 1:29 a.m. on Oct. 17 by
Deputy Cecrle for DWLS
habitual offender.
William Custer, 48, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 19 by Clay deputies on
warrants for failure to appear
expired driver's license and
expired tag over-six months.

David Brian Frew, 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 22 by Clay Deputy
Samuel Abrahamsen on a
Bradford warrant for violation of
probation DWLS. Bond was set
at $5,000.
Chadwick Mark Hoilman,
33, of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 18 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinspn on a capias for
DWLS. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Jonathan. Deese, 21, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 16 by
Deputy Thompson for violation
of probation DUI with bodily
injury.
Craig Nevitt, 31, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 16 by Deputy
Konkel for violation of
probation DWLS. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Robert Lagasse, 49, of
Jacksonville was arrested Oct.
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Indians win second straight volleyball championship


BY CLIFF SME
Telegraph Staff
It may not have


Keystone was up 18-8 when
the Indians, behind the serving
of Kim Russell, scored seven
straight points to close out the
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Writer the Keystone Heights
volleyball team won a
been quite championship just the same,
defeating Crescent City" 3-1
1 (28-26, 25-8, 23-25, 25-23) in
the District 6-3A final on Oct.
19 at Interlachen High School.
The Indians won their
second straight district
championship, but unlike .the
3-0 (25-10, 25-8, 25-11) sweep
in the championship match last
year, they had to get through a
tough battle against a Crescent
City team that had some
momentum after taking
advantage of unforced errors to
win the third game of the
... match.
Actually, the first game
proved to be quite a battle as
well. Keystone led by as many
as eight points early, but the
Raiders were able to close the
gap as the teams were pretty
much neck-and-neck
throughout most of the game.
A kill by Keystone's
Mallory Wasik, who led the
team with 19, forced sideout-
and put the-Indians in position
.* to win the game with the score
standing at 24-22. A passing
error, however, gave the ball
back to the Raiders, who
would tie the game at 24-all
before Wasik delivered
another sideout-forcing kill.
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put the game away, nor could
they do so when Wasik had
another kill to give her team
the ball back-Keystone
ts committed a serve error with
's. the score standing at 26-25.
The team finally came
through with the game point
O with Michelle Houser serving.
The second game was a little
easier. Lori Albritton had a
couple of aces as the Indians
scored six points to go up 10-
u 4.


The Keystone Heights volleyball team defeated Crescent City to win the District 6-
3A championship. Pictured above are: (front, from left) Michelle Houser, Mallory
Wasik, Lori Albritton, Noel Bartley, (back, from left) assistant coach Belinda Smith,
Miranda Gibbs, Brittany Bostic, Tysee Williams, Morgan Maxwell, Carey Taylor, Kim
Russell, Megan Poupard, Katie Taylor and head coach Scott Conkling.


Service errors were a
problem for the Indians in the
third game, but Keystone
rallied from a 17-12 deficit,
scoring six points behind a
couple of service aces by
Wasik and a kill by Taylor.
Keystone led 23-21, but the


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match with four straight
points, taking advantage of
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Keystone beats

Bears to advance

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Telegraph Staff Writer
Lori Albritton had six of her
match-high 24 service points
midway through the third
game of the match to help the
Keystone Heights volleyball
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- to the game and go onf to ,
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Local man advances in


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Who will be the next
"American Idol?"
Unfortuantely, it won't be
Bradford County's Chad
Rhoden, but he will be seen on
TV after he made it through
two rounds of auditions for the
show in Memphis, Tenn.,
recently.
Rhoden shared his
experience with the. Kiwanis
Club of Starke on Oct. 10. He
admitted he was disappointed
in not being selected to
compete live each week on the
show after reaching the third
round of auditions. However,
he has received.opportunities
to perform in plays at the
Gainesville Playhouse and
Hippodrome State Theater, arid
he will still be on TV when the
show airs clips of its auditions.
"I will be on it and the k.ill
talk about Starke a little bni'
Rh )den said. ;,': .,
Rhoden began his speech at
the Kiwanis meeting by saying.
his story wasn't one of
somebody who had aspirations
to become a famous singer.
Nope. The decision to try out
for the TV show came about-
on a whim.
SHe was sitting at home,
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he noticed the news ticker on
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"I saw that Fox was holding
tryouts for their show,"
Rhoden said.
Rhoden said he turned to his
roommate and announced that
they were going to Memphis.
However, he stressed that -he
wanted to keep everything low
key. He didn't want everybody
to know what he was doing.
After that, Rhoden bumped
into one of his former SantaFe
Community College
instructors. She mentioned to
him that he should try out for
the show. He didn't let on that
he was, in fact,, going to do so.
He simply said, "I just may."
Well, the news got out
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to Memphis, Rhoden heard
WKTK morning personalities
Storm Roberts and Chris Wells
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"I laughed and looked at my
roommate and said, 'Where
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irom .Santa Fe Community
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"Someone felt the need to call
Storm and Chris. I honestly
just about passed out."
It was 3 a.m. when Rhoden
reached Memphis. An hour
after that, he got in line at the
FedEx Forum. He was one of
17,000 who showed up to
audition. Each hopeful was
allowed to bring a friend, so
the crowd was actually more
like 34,000.
He was excited when he first
got there, but Rhoden said that
changed.
"Four hours after the fact, I
was freezing and I was sick of
the people in line," he said,
adding that he thought 16,900
of the 17,000 trying out
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trying to at the same time
while standing in line.
"You think the choir at your
church has sounded bad? Go
stand in that line," Rhoden
said.
Rhoden was asked to call
Roberts and Wells at WKTK
to give them updates on the
auditioning process as well as
to put "fun" people on the
phone. Rhoden said he made
sure to seek out people he
thought couldn't sing as well
as aim. That included a woman
standing in line behind him.


"I put her on the phone and
let her sing for them," he said.
"I don't know the song she
sang. I didn't hear a single
word, just a bunch of groans
and moaning. That made me
feel great. I made sure I sang
right after she did. Of course,
(Roberts and Wells) were like,
'Oh, man, you're good.'"
Rhoden stood in line for
seven hours before entering a
room, given an armband and
told to come back in 24 hours.
He found out that the tryout
process was three days,
something he hadn't planned
on. I
"My pocket wasn't padded
for a three-day trip," he said.
'The group of hopefuls and
their friends entered the FedEx
Forum 24 hours later for the
first round of auditions. People
were placed in groups of four
and they sang on the floor of
the arena. Rhoden said he was
not prepared to sing in front of
a crowd that large, thinking he
would only sing before three
or four people. He said he
asked God to put him in a
group where the others were
like the woman he had sing on
the phone with the WKTK


personalities.
"He pretty much -answered
my prayers," Rhoden said. He
was selected out of his group,
received a tag and asked to
come back in 24 hours.
During that first round of
auditions, either one person
was selected out of each group
of four, or no one was selected
from a group. Therefore, when
Rhoden returned the next day,
he was part of a crowd of
approximately 100.
Rhoden was unaware of the
fact that he was going to have
to sing a song different than
the one he sang during the first
audition. He had to come up
with another song on the spot:
"I belted out this other song
and apparently it was OK," he
said. "I got to the third round."'
That's when Rhoden finally
got to sing before the three
judges on the TV show-Paula
Abdul, Simon Cowell and
See IDOL, p. 8C


Bradford band visits Florida State Marching Chiefs...


AMENDMENTS TO THE
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS THE
LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations and
comments concerning amendments,
as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning" Board of
Bradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency of
Bradford County, Florida, at public
hearings on November 6, 2006 at
6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as the
matters can be heard, in the County
Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
(1) LD.R 06-10, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending a portion of Section 2.1,
entitled Definitions, General, by
allowing one lot into two lot splits to
access an easement as long as the
easement is at least 60 feet wide and
not be required to access a road or
street. .This will require the lot to be
the minimum size allowed gso6fielot
cannot be split again. One lot into two
lot splits are not considered
subdivisions and are not reviewed by
the County. These lots will still be
required to meet the lot width and
size requirements.
(2) LDR 06-11, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 16.2, entitled
Planning and Zoning Board Report,
by adding language that requires staff
to make a recommendation on
comprehensive plan amendments
and rezonings based on the need and
justification for the change.
(3) LDR 06-12, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 5.26.3.3, entitled
Access to Existing Streets, by adding
language that requires the developer
to pave the access from a subdivision
that contains 25 lots or greater from
the subdivision to the nearest paved
road.
(4) LDR 06-13, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 14.9, entitled
Special Family Lot Permits, by
modifying language that allows for an
access to property subdivided based


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on the family lot provision to access
lots by a 60 foot wide easement and
adding language to conform to Florida
Statutes.
(5) LDR 06-14, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 5.26.2, entitled
Street Improvement Schedule, by
modifying language to require all lots
less than one acre in size to have
sidewalks on both sides of the street
and allowing the Planning and Zoning
Board to waive the requirement if
there are no safety issues.
(6) LDR 06-15, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending portions of Article 3,
entitled Administrative Mechanisms,
amending portions of Article 12,
entitled Appeals, Special Exceptions,
Variances, and Interpretations and
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entitled Permitting and Concyrien.cy
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to remove the Board of County
Commissioners from the appeals
process and' provides appeals
directly to court, authorizes the
Planning and Zoning Board to grant
variances to the subdivision
regulations and the Flood Damage
Prevention ordinance instead of the
Board of County Commissioners,
authorizes the Planning and Zoning
Board to issue special permits for
docks and similar structures, mining,
temporary permits, essential
services instead of the Board of
County Commissioners. "
(7) LDR 06-16 an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by adding
a new Section 14.15. entitled
Proportionate Fair-Sh,4re
Transportation Program, to establish
a method whereby the impacts of
development. on transportation
facilities can be mitigate by the
cooperative efforts of the public and
private sectors.
(8) LDR 06-17, an application by the
board of County Commissioners,-to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 5.23.4, entitled
Access, by adding language that
allows the County to restrict access
to a state or County road from lots in
a minor subdivision for safety
reasons.
(9) LDR 06-18, an application by the
Board of County Commissioners, to
amend the text of the Land
Development Regulations by
amending Section 2.1, entitled
Definitions, by amending the
definition of Subdivision, Minor to
prevent property owners from
circumventing major subdivision
requirements through the
development of a series of minor
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Page 4C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Oct. 26, 2006


Keystone junior varsity football team caps 8-0 season


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It may not have been the
dominance with which the
(eam opened the season with,
hut the Keystone Heights
junior varsity football team
continued coming out on top
of its opponents, wrapping up
an undefeated season with a
win over Interlachen on Oct.
19.
Keystone won its first four
games of the season by a
combined score of 157-12, but
the games got closer as the
team had to overcome the loss
of players. The next four
games resulted in scores of 20-
14 against Orange Park, 21-14
against Fort White, 32-18
against Newberry and 20-12
against Interlachen.
Four players were moved up
to the varsity team after the
fourth game, while the team
lost another to a concussion
and three more to grades.
It had coach -Lantz-L-owery-
asking himself who the team
would lose ne\t, but he said
the players kepi "scrapping."
Their effort paid off on the.
field.' ,


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The Keystone Heights High School junior varsity football team went
undefeated this season, with the Indians wrapping up the 8-0 season
with a win over Interlachen on Oct. 19. The team, as it was at the start
of the season, was composed of: (front, from left) Terrell Grimes,
Trevor Crews, Conner Godwin, Sean Castell, Brett Anderson, Lee
Lambert, Shane Morgan, Gabe Hoffman, Michael Turner, Kyle Williams,
Trey Williams, Zak Davis, Eric Hunt, Kevin Gillian, Scott Walker,
(middle, from left) coach Lantz Lowery, Seth Green, Casey Bryans,


"They really bought into
what we're doing is more
important than who we do it
with," Lowery said.
Some players had to wind up
stepping into positions that


were new' to them or that they
hadn't played much. Tony
Wanton, an offensive tackle,
wound up being moved to
fullback for the Interlachen
game, while Zak Davis had to


Dillon Crowder, Travis Westberry, Aaron Young, Cole Stanford, Chase
Chambers, Dennis Taylor, Chris Johnson, Garrett Strickland, Jacob
Van Wagner, Josh Gottschalk, Shane Jennings, Danny Fussell, Caleb
Carter, coach Herv Strickland, (back, from left) coach Bill Allard, David
Marchak, Dustin Wilson, Joshua Gillen, Brandon Walker, Bryce
Wilson, Jason Meadows, Jonathan Stanley, Matt Geiger, Scott
Fitzgerald, Marcel Robinson, Tony Wanton, Mike Mathews, Louis
Rivera, Dillon Van Wagner, Josh Brown and coach Mike Hartley.


contribute some on offense
along with his defensive
duties.
Lowery, too, had to make
some adjustments after coach
Bill Allard had to step down


because of health reasons. That
forced the remaining coaches
to switch up their
responsibilities. Lowery
wound up calling the offensive
plays, something he had never


done before.
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a lot of credit for its play after
the team lost its entire
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recently held an
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students. The younger
students went to school
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;dians blank Interlachen 28-0 for fifth win


1 BY (CLI.'FF.SMILLEY '
T7''h eph Stalf Wr'ier:
Keystone head football
coaci. Chuck- Dickinson's ideal
ame--from an offensive
. ltandcpoint is being able to
, eco the bhll for long stretches
. fl irne with a rushing attack
that pits points on the board
and limits the othcr team's
offensive opportunities.
His teain did just that as
running backs Greg Taylor and
Matt Story carried the load in a
S?-0 win over district
Opponent Interlaciicn on Oct.
20 in Interlachen.
All but eight cf Keystone's
53 plays from scrimmage were
runs. Most of those carries
belonged to Taylor and Story,
,vho scored Iwo touchdowns
each. Tayior had 147 yards on
19 carries and Sto'ry 106 yards
on 23 carries.
Overall, the Indians rushed
for 289 yards on 51 carries.
"We didn't have to throw
much." Dickinson said. "'Any
time we can do ihat, we feel
we're doing what we need to
do to win."
It was a game the Indians (7-
1) had to win to keep their
i layoff, hopes alive. They
improved' to 3-1 in District 3-
2A, which keeps them in
second place behind Bolles,
which wrapped up the district
Schanpioh'ship with its win


over West Nassau.
While Keystone utilized a
grind-it-out effort on offense to
put itself in that position, its
defense also played a big role
as well. The Indians, led by
Jacob Elliott's seven solo
tackles, limited Interlachen (2-
6, 0-4 in District 3) to 137
yards and forced five
turnovers, two of which
occurred on interceptions by
Robie Latner.
It was a turnover that led to
the game's first score, after the
Indians initially squandered a
scoring opportunity.
Keystone received the
opening kickoff and drove
from its 38 to the Interlachen
10. The Rams kept the Indians
out of the end zone as
Keystone turned the ball over
on downs, but Interlachen ran
just two plays from scrimmage
before coughing up the ball.
Brett Anderson recovered the
fumble for Keystone at the 25-
yard line.
A 7-yard run by Kyle
Cravey gave the Indians a
first-and-goal from the 9. Story
then had an 8-yard run before
plunging across the goal line
from 1 yard out with 3:42
remaining in the first quarter.
Anderson, filling in for
kicker Michael McLeod,
connected on the first of his
four successful PATs to put
Keystone up 7-0.


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Keystone running back Greg Taylor (right) bounce
the outside for a big gain against Interlachen.


The ground game proved to
be the story, but quarterback
Blake Lott and receiver Josh
Mangus almost had the
flashiest play of the night-a
55-yarc touchdown on the
Indians' third possession. A


penalty, however, wiped out;
the long pass play.
Keystone would go .on to
score anyway. Runs of 10 and
12 yards by Taxlor helped the
Indians move to the
Interlachen 32 before Riki


Oliver's 23-yard reception
gave the team a first-and-goal
at the 9. Two plays later,
Taylor fumbled the ball, but he
recovered the loose ball in the
end zone to complete a 4-yard
touchdown run and put the
Indians up 14-0 at the 9:30
mark in the second quarter.
Interlachen's, next two
offensive- series were cut short
by turnovers-interceptions by
Joel Morgan and Latner.
Latner returned his pick for a
.., touchdown, but a penalty on
the return instead set
Keystone's offense up at the
Interlachen 33.
Five plays later, the Indians
scored. Story had a 14-yard
reception and a 7-yard run
before Taylor gained 11 yards
to the 1-yard line. Story carried
it in from there,, giving the
S Indians a 21-0 lead with 3:22
remaining in the first-half.
Interlachen running back
Jamel Leonard put the Rams in.
Keystone territory with a 25-
yard run to the 35-yard line.
es to The drive ended with Lather's
second interception of the
game.


Runs bN Leonard helped the
Rams moLe past midfield
again to start the second half,
but KeN stone's Jerarny Lewis
forced a fumble, which was
recovered by teammate Jack
Taylor.
The Indians then put


in a row
together a 12-play drive that
consumed lost of the third
quarter. Th ; drive consisted
solely of ru, s by Greg Taylor
(six rushes for 33 yards) and
Story (six rt shes for 27 yards),
with Taylor' capping it with -a
7-yard touc't1~lown run.
Interlachoei responded 'vith
its best dAve of the night,
gaining 45, fards on 13 plays
before turning the ball over on
downs at thet Keystone 26.
Keystone is offense went out
on the field for just the fourth
offensive series of the half
between thq. two teams. The
Indians ran the ball 12 times
before time i expired.

Score by CGiiarter
KHHS: 7 14 7 0-28
IHS: 0 0 0 0-0
Scoring Sulmary
K: Story 1 I ijn (Anderson kick)
K: Taylor 4 run (Anderson
kick)
K: Story 1 run (Anderson kick)
K: Taylor, 7 run (Anderson
kick)


Team Statit itics
K
First Downs i 24
Rushes/Yds,. 51-289,
Passing Yd. 56. ,
Passes "3-8-0
Punts -Q.
Fumbles ,: 10
Penalties 7-55.


28'118
21
3-9-3
1-16


4-25


ieystone, Ribault to battle for playoff spot


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone head football
coach Chuck Dickinson was
hoping this week's opponent,
Ribault, would lose against
Bradford. That, coupled with
the Indians' win over




Continued from p. 2C

Keystone had little trouble.
with Dixie County (17-7) in
,the first 'wcv: games as, the
Bears only earned six of their
23 total points in those games
off of attacks or service aces.
The idianis were up 14-7 in
the firs:I game before 'cting .
five straight inti v ith; Tysee"
Williams serving.
In the. second game,
Keystone put together an 11-
point stretch with Albritton
serving.. Maiiory Wasik had
six 1 '. Is J.."., that span..
The InJians seemed to. lose a
bit of focus in the third game,


FFWCC'
weekly report
,The weekly report of the
Florida Fish and Wildlife
Conservation Commission
includes the following events:
On Oct. 16, Offiter Harold
Barry was on patrol in
southwest Bradford County
when he noticed a vehicle
parked on the side of a rural
county road with its headlights
.on. Bamry continued past th6
vehiclee before turning around.
The vehicle had pulled into a
ditch with its headlights
shining a field. A spotlight was
also being used by one of the
occupants to illuminate the,
field. A rifle was found in the
vehicle. Barry cited the 28-year-
old. Baker County driver with


Interlachen, would've locked A win and Keystone is the for 736 yards,! -seven
up second place-and a district runner-up. However, touchdowns "and six.
playoff berth-in District 3- though Ribault has just fwo interceptions, while Summers,
2A. wins, the Trojans can possibly has 34 receptions for 579 yards
'That, didn't happen, so it is earn the playoff spot with a and seven touchdowns.
important for the. Indians to win. Overall, the Ribault offense
take care of business this If Ribault wins and Bradford is .averaging 227 yards per
Friday, Oct. 27, when they defeats West Nassau i on game.
host Ribault at 7:30 p.m. Friday, then Ribault will be the .Defensively, the Trojans are
-district runner-up. If Ribault allowing 333 yards per game.;
wins and West Nassau defeats Everett and Summers,
which saw the Bears rally from Bradford, then there a district couldn't find the end zone
an early 5-2 deficit to take a 6- shootout will be played against Keystone in last year's
5 lead. The score was 13-11 in between Keystone, Ribault and game between the teams,
favor of Dixie before Keystone West Nassau on Monday, Oct. which the Indians 'won 19-3.
scored six straight points with 30, to determine the second- Ribault's only points came off
Albritton serving, place team. a 21-yard field goal in the third.
Wasik, Kim Russell and "It's still in our hands," quarter. .
Morgan Maxwell each had a Dickinson said. Keystone's defense held"
kill during that span. The Trojans have not been Ribault to 145 yards and
Keystone never relinquished very good this year. They were recorded three interceptions. .
the lead, with Albritton outscored 251-26 in their six Senior running back Greg
ntuall recording the match tosses, which include a .37-0,~ Taylor scored both 'of
pofnt. u, .' o" s to, P West 'Nassau .team Keystone's touchdowns on a
*.lbibrtt 'n. ai'oIdthe. ii a Kc'm. 'Ke nto defeated 21-14 ... 9-\ard run and a 7-xard
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exception of quarterback
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He added, that Walker, too,
deserves credit.
"Brandon Walker played
well down the stretch,"
Lowerv said. "We needed him.
to step up and he did."

Lowery couldn't continue to
name names because everyone
played a part in this season's
success, he said. For example,
the entire defensive unit
continued its strong play,
forcing turnovers or making
stops at crucial times.


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an opponent' they had defeated
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so. '> 'a ,d..- r id ,'.
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well when njost kids wouldn't
have," he sai ti.
And when) the final seconds
ticked off !'the clock, the
Indians had put an -end to a
perfect 8-0 se tson.
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STurnovers plague BHS in 26-18 loss


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BMS, B.S runners

compete together

at recent meet


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


(27:04, PR), Khristine
Crawford (27:30), Rosa
London (27:33, PR), Destiny


BY ARNIE HARRIS
LRM Slaif Writer
Five fumbles, three of them
very costly, contributed to the
Bradford football team's 26-18
loss to district opponent
Ribault on Oct. 20 in
Jacksonville.
Running back Rob Harris,
whose 30-yard touchdown run
in the first quarter and 70-yard
touchdown reception in the
second quarter were
instrumental in giving
Bradford an 18-6 lead at
halftime, saw his and his
team's fortunes go south as he
muffed two punt returns that
led directly to Ribault tying the
score in the fourth quarter.
A third fumble in the final
minute led to Ribault scoring
what would be the winning
touchdown with 28 seconds
left in the game.
"These are 15-, 16-, 17-year-
old kids and they're gonna
make these kind of mistakes,"
Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said. "It's just too
bad that they all had to happen
in a bunch like that."
The Tornadoes (4-4) fell to
1-3 in District 3-2A and are
now officially out of the
running for the district runner-
up spot. It has been a tough
year for Ribault (2-6), but the
Trojans, with a 2-2 district
record, still have a shot at the


and Ribault led 6-0.
Bradford tied the game at
the 4:40 mark of the first
quarter, with Harris doing the
honors-first on a long kickoff
return and then on a 30-yard
run from scrimmage for a
touchdown.
The Tornadoes increased
their lead in the second quarter
on an 82-yard drive,
highlighted by the running and
pass receptions of Gerald
Goodman and Jawan Jamison.
Quarterback Antwan Brown,
who finished the game 11-of-
17 for 168 yards, capped the
drive with a 30-yard
touchdown pass to Joey
Faulkner with 5:24 remaining
in the second quarter. That put
the Tornadoes ahead 12-6 after
the two-point conversion
attempt failed.
Meanwhile, the Trojans'
offense continually bogged
down with several penalties.
Bradford struck again with
2:14 remaining in the half as
Brown, scrambling for his life,
finally found Harris standing
wide open downfield and
connected with him for a 70-
yard touchdown. That put
Bradford; up 18-6 at the half
after the point-after attempt
failed.,
Ribault's opening series in
the second half signalled the
onset of fumbleitis that would


.P.Bradfqrd Middle School's Griffith (27:37, PR), Kayla playoffs. eventually seal the Tornadoes'
Samantha Steffan set a new Nugent (27:37, PR), Adalisse The Trojans struck first in fate.
school record and Bradford Rivera (27:47, PR), Jodi Carter the opening quarter on a 48- On their way to what
High School runners got in (30:50) and Tracey Ledger yard drive that culminated in a appeared to be a. successful
their last meet before the (31:52). 15-yard touchdown reception. drive, the Trojans coughed up
district tournament as runners BHS runner Chris Underhill The point-after attempt failed the ball to Bradford, which
from both schools competed in had the best time-19:12-
a Buchholz High School meet among the Bradford high.
at' Santa Fe Community school and middle school
College on Oct. 21. runners. Andrew Merrill and Amk a s W
; ""We had a very good meet," Carlton Crudup each ran a |
Bradford coach John Loper pR-20:55 and 20:59,h
said, alluding to the fact that respectively.
many runners~ set' -personal BY CLIFF SMELLEY Warriors team that still has a
records. Other Bradford boys results Telegraph Staff Writer shot at the playoffs. West
Steffan'was the'top Bradford were: Cody Parker (21:58, Nassau (5-3) would have to
girls runner-out of the middle PR), Luke Thompson (22:16, They no longer have a shot beat Bradford, then hope that
school and high school runners. PR), Colton Wall (22:51), at the playoffs, but the Ribault beats Keystone
combined-with- a BMS David Weeks (23:01), Rowdy Bradford Tornadoes still have Heights, also on Oct. 27. That
record of 23:07. Natali Powell Rensberger (23:40), Andrew a shot at a winning season. The would force a three-way tie for
and Nicole Miller weren't far Warren (24:03), Sean Andrews first step toward that goal is second in District 3-2A
behind with times of 23:44 and (24:18, PR), Cody Stinnett defeating visiting West Nassau between the Warriors, Ribault
23:45, respectively, (24:30, PR), Don Huitt this Friday, Oct. 27, at 7:30 and Keystone, and a shootout
Other Bradford girls results (25:02), Jordan Dyal (25:27, p.m. would be played Monday, Oct.
were: Jessika Robinson PR), James Ramseur (26:13), No doubt the Tornadoes, 30, to determine the district
(24:09), Christina Jordan Seth Miller (27:04), Sean who had three wins last year runner-up.
(25:08), Ashley Sutherland Massey (27:56, PR), Travis and are currently 4-4, would West Nassau's last four
(25:18), Rachel Rensberger Ledger (28:10), Sean Jones like to win this one for the fans opponents are all teams
(25:41, PR), -Feloiia- Foti. (28:54, PR), and Dustin Corbitt beGause, it isv- homecoming.". Bradford'hag played as well.
(27:0 P,36 O e tal. .he- r.il.l F.iii a-.. Th Warriors- lost 21-14 'to'
k V .. wXe'stone (Bradford lost 35-
./.- ,21);, defeated Femrnandina
Beach 22-9 (Bradford won 33-
S ....... ..... ... 16), defeated Interlachen 45-13
(Bradford won 48-0) and lost
49-7 to Bolles (Bradford lost
S" 48-14).
The .Warriors also defeated
Ribault-who Bradford just
lost 26-18 to-37-0 earlier in
if 't i 4) Sithe season.
Six starters from last season
..,,. .: staters fro


wasted little time in returning
the favor with a' fumble of its
own.
Nevertheless, Ribault was
forced to punt, but Harris
dropped the ball and the
Trojans. recovered at
Bradford's 15-yard line. Two
plays later, quarterback Chris
Everett hit receiver Pierre
Blackshear for a 20-yard
touchdown at the 7:41 mark of
the third quarter, cutting
Bradford's lead to 18-12. The
Trojans' PAT was no good.
Both teams were forced to
go three-and-out on their next
series, but once again Harris
couldn't get the handle on
Ribault's punt and the latter
recovered the ball on the
Bradford 38. Several plays
later Ribault ran it in from the
11 with 11:18 remaining in the
fourth quarter. The Trojans
missed the PAT again and the
score was knotted at 18-all.
The ensuing drive by the
Tornadoes moved the ball
from their own 25 to Ribault's
29 when Jernard Beard.
fumbled it away, but this time
not fatally.
A fumble in the last minute
of play was costly, with the
Trojans recovering the ball on
the Bradford 35. Ribault's
Everett, facing third-and-7 at
the 32, dropped back in "the
pocket and unleashed a long
pass to receiver Chris
Summers, who made a
spectacular diving catch in the
end zone.
Making matters even worse
for the Tornadoes, Ribault


proceeded to make good on the
two-point conversion and took
the lead, 26-18.
With just seconds remaining
in the game, Bradford's Brown
launched a hail mary pass that
fell incomplete well short of
the end zone.
Justin Henderson was the
standout for the Bradford
defense with three tackles for
loss, including two quarterback
sacks. He finished with eight
tackles and one fumble
recovery.
Teddy Harkin, who forced a
fumble, finished with six
tackles, while Corian Garrison,
who had two sacks and two
forced fumbles, finished with
five.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 6 12 0 0-18
RHS: 6 0 6 14-26
Team Statistics
13 R
First Downs 14 14
Rushes/Yds. 33-166 30-100
Passing Yds. 168 188
Passes 11-17-1 14-26-0
Punts \ 3-41 8-35
Fumbles 5-4 1-0
Penalties 3-20 9-71


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est Nassau Friday


return on a West Nassau
defensive unit that has forced a

total of 23 turnovers this
season. Senior defensive back
Derek Anderson has turned
two of those turnovers into
scores.
West Nassau is allowing an
average of 246 yards per game.
Offensively, the Warriors
are averaging 145 rushing
yards per game and 107.
passing yards per game,.
West Nassau only returns
two starters from last year on
offense, ibit ~d~e of those
returners is Anderson, who has
nine receptions for 110 yards
in the Warriors' last two
games.
Junior quarterback A.J.
Higginbotham is only
completing 37.percent (74-of-
199) of his pass attempts, but
when he connects, the result is
usually a big gain. He had
touchdown passes of 25 and 35
yards against Keystone, and
touchdown passes of 27 and 33


yards against Interlachen.
Higginbotham is also a
threat to run (he scored on a
41-yard run against.
Interlachen).
Last year, the Warriors
defeated Bradford 34-30,
withstanding a late Bradford
rallly.
The Tornadoes, who had
382 yards of offense, scored
the'game's first 12 points, only
to trail 21-12 at the half.
West Nassau, .which gained
372 yards, went up 34-18 in
the third quarter, but the
Tornadoes scQred two
touchdowns in the fourth
quarter to make -things
interesting.
.West Nassau running back
Marcellus Nelson, a senior this
year, scored two touchdowns
in the game.on runs of 1 and 3
yards, while Anderson scored
on a 45-yard pass.
Bradford committed four
turnovers in the loss.


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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Times Editor
P.K. Yonge's Blue Wave
came crashing down on Union
County Friday night with a 34-
14 win, wiping out any chance
of the Tigers earning a district
playoff spot.
The Blue Wave (4-4)
remained tied for second in
District 4-2B with Newberry,
while Union fell to 1-2 in the
district and to 1-7 overall.
.Union head coach Buddy
Nobles said the team would
work hard on scaling back
some plays in practice.
"We've got to go back to the
drawing board," he said.
While again taking the
blame for the team not
winning, reactions from Tiger
fans during the game called the
officiating into question.
On one notable instance,
Tiger fans booed as a P.K.
Yonge player was assessed a
touchdown after what many
fans said was clearly a tackle
prior to him reaching the end


zone.
Nobhl :A.i-
in an iuiI ;'. "',
107.9's Kt!''
game .
"1 hat'si
he said '
don't t
doesn't dl i. a
of thc g:u c ,e '
P.K. \'o;.
opened il- ,
touchdown an !
the middle oi th.
Union looked-
good drive s,'.
yard pass s'oi
Austen ioco
receiver Justin (
first dow NI
plays, ho ',e .
stalled.
Roberis w,.
interception on i
the second quari
Yonge's Jar"
returned 22
touchdown. Ti
was good for a i
Griffin brug


3ri.'4


Dillon Clyatt carries the ball for the Tigers in
to P.K. Yonge.


IDOL
Continued from p. 3C

Randy Jackson. Jackson told
Rhoden he 'should be on
Broadway, while Abdul simply
said he was a "very nice-
looking man."
I "Of,'ourse the mean guy on-
the eind tl.d me iliji Clia
Aiken had (already) been on
the show," Rhoden said.
He may have returned home
without having earned the
opportunity to compete weekly
on live TV, but Rhoden is,
happy that he had the ability to
make the choice to try out and
the ability to choose what he
wants to do throughout the rest
of his life. That's something he
thought about at a party his co-
workers at Shands held for


to the 38-viard l C n ..
ensu ing I ic ko, I'
,', "' successful carries I h -)
n1 .JoshC, l M itch2ell, lh 'i' ,
were acine third-'ild ;
Kobe)Is ihrcw an iicomp iple1'
,, ,t ,,' pass o io Jord nlip C ly tii, l t > il ,'
,', '. l'Ticers would find the end ..
0 o.th le next play.
S The extra-point kick ie.' i
S when the s nap ,.
... f-'l- ind mishandled, bu thle 'i,
Sh '' weree on the board at !4-0 v
n 7:48 left in the first haif.
: r. I 'Inio the third ulartci. "''
be in1" a 1 Blue Wave had scored annih
'. '' r' a -- \~ two touchdowns, with ^ '
11 '.;"." id:C' !one extra point -eing ,,(,t .
erra ,.d The score was 27-6.
!ii '' :. ',' e' a By the fourth quarter, .
i t w Chere Tigers seemed to be ',cr
S i drive down, making more mecni.i '
mistakes.
iw an P.K. Yonge's Maddox io<
hi fit p].y of advantage of these mistake,,
:c1, 1'"c, P.K. which included a fumbriee, i
eLd. .h'''non score another touchdovin. Th;
n or a brought his touchdown total
e rcxt; ponit three and the score to 31- o
4I-0 score, with 7:56 remaining in i;.
li ih t .ill oui game.
On their next possession, ih,
'1 Tigers brought the ball o !'. o<
ithe 20-yard line with,'
touchback. Roberts handed lhi
ball off to '.1, I. i._ s who1
gained more than 20 yards on
the play.
aUsing handoffs to '.i i
''. and Dillon Clyatt, a good run
was established, giving. the
Tigers two first downs .I'.,
into Blue Wave territory. :
At the 5:18 mark, P.,I,, i;.
who earlier fumbled it ~ ,'.
*' ran in the end zone for' a '7-.
yard touchdown. ir.. .
then serving as q, ., i l- ,
j. passed to Roberts .' h- I'.'p
ran in on a 2-point .: .* i, ,,,.
bringing the score to 3-4-14.
When the Tigets agf:lin"
regained possession of the ball,
they seemed to 'be close to
I scoring, but the clock ran oid.t
The Tigers led the Blue
Wave in first downs and
.. toss receiving yardage, but it wasn't
enough to overcome the P.K.
Yonge defense.


him. At rhat party, he 'met a if I'll be a star singing in 10
yoting boy of about 8 who years or still a nurse at
couldn't eat any cake because Shands? I don't know that, but
of his health. This boy-who I'm OK with both because the
appeared to have cancer, choice is mine. I just think
Rhoden said-and many having the power to choose
others have restrictions in their what you want to do with youa
lives. life and having .the healthand
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Fumbles
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completed Ki-o-Il passes for
1 76 yards and four
touchdowns in a half of play.
One of Brantley's favorite
targets is wide receiver Dion
Lecorn, another Division I
prospect. Lecorn has 36


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catches for 705 yards and nine
touchdowns.
The team has two quality
running backs in Rudell Small
and Derrick Dempsey. Small
has been banged up this year,
but the back scored four
touchdowns in a win over
Newberry on Oct. 13 and
rushed for 96 yards on 15
carries in the win over Gulf
last week.
Dempsey, a transfer from
The Villages, has rushed for
589 yards and seven
touchdowns.
Trinity's defense has.
recorded three shutouts this
season and held five .other
opponents to seven points or
less. Williston, who Trinity
defeated 28-10, is the only
team to reach double figures in
scoring against the Celtics.
Derek Zayne and Antonio
Allen-a Division I
prospect-are two of the
leaders on defense. Each has
more than 60 tackles.
Trinity and Union have
played three 'common
opponents this season: P.K.
Yonge. (Trinity won 43-6,
Union lost 34-14), Chiefland


(Trinity won 65-0, Union won
44-6) and Newberry (Tri'ity
won 55-7, Union lost 38-6). :
The Tigers and Celtics
played each other twice last
season, with Trinity winning
both contests.
During the regular season;
the Celtics got a 30-yard field-
goal from graduate Michael-
Zacco to defeat the Tigers 23-'
21 and win Lhe District 4-
championship. Lecorn scored
on receptions of 53 and 571
yards from Brantley, while.
Small scored on a 2-yard run.
Graduate C.J. Spiller scored.,
all three touchdowns for Union-"
on runs of 1, 9 and 16 yards. -`
The two teams met again in,
the postseason, with the:
Celtics defeating the Tigers.:
31-20 for the Region '2'
championship. Brantley had'
touchdown passes of 23, 3f1.
and 43 yards.
Spiller and graduate Kevin-.
Alexander scored touchdowns,''
for Union on runs of 30 and 76.
yards, respectively, while-'
senior Justin Griffin caught a,
15-yard touchdown pass from.
senior quarterback Austern
Roberts.


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Motor Vehicles
1988 DODGE DAKOTA,
$975. MAZDA B2300,
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CASH VEHICLES '92
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S '88 Cadillac, $1,500. '94
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1994 FORD EXPLORER,
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S $2,600, call 352-478-
2529.
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1989 FORD RANG ER
PICKUP, RUNS GO( i'D.
All new front wheel be iar-
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$1,250, call 904-3134-
8106.
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RV's and
Campers
GREAT HUNTER SPEE-
CIAL CAMPER
TRAILER 8x26 Tande nr
axle Fifth Wheel, $1,500.
Call 386-496-3811 's,
352-283-9993.
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Boats and
ATV's
16' HOBICAT FOR SALE,
$650 OBO. Tramp anc I
sails in excellent conGi-
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ishing. Call 352-235;-
4352.
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Land for Sale
2.5 ACRES CLEARED with
new driveway on N.AI.
180th Street in Starke'.
$57,900. Call 904-964-
6708 leave message.
2.5 ACRES WITH 28X64.,
2000 MOBILE HOME,
like new, well and septic,
financing available. Irt
Union County, call 386-
496-1146.
OCALA NATIONAL FOR -
EST LOTS. $500 down,
$199/mth. Owner, 352-
239-5520 or 352-236 -
4579. www.ocalaforest
land.com/2nd.
2 ADJACENT BUILDINCI
LOTS- $39,500 each oir
$75K for both. City wa-
ter, 100x150 each, Gei-'
ger Rd. Call 904-964-.
3858.
HIGH AND DRY 2.1.
WOODED ACRES.
Ashley Lake Plantation,,
Melrose. Access to'
lakeside picnic pavilion,
swimming and fishing,,
$35K, call 352-231-0556-
or 352-475-1189.
STARKE, FL LOT FOR
SALE for residential
duplex by current and
future zoning, 75'x120'
building lot, city water,
electric, sewage. 420
Center St, corner lot at
Alvarez buildingg has"
been removed).
$35,000, call 352-235-


4352. Lic. R.E Sales-
man.
HOMES ONLY BUILDING
LOT FOR SALE. Starke,
FL. City water, electric,
sewage. Lot 6, block 2,
on West Blanding St, just
off Pratt St just off 100.
$35,000. Call 352-235-
4352. Lic. R.E. Sales-
man.
LOT FOR SALE IN
GREEN ACRES. High
and dry and with trees.
100'x150', reduced. Call
Susan, 352-745-1212,
cell.
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Commercial
Property
Rent, Lease,
Sale
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10 th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
For more information
please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for John.
DOWNTOWN STARKE
professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen, utilities and
more provided. Call 904-
964-2616.
TWO COMMERCIAL
BUILDINGS downtown
Starke. One set up for
restaurant. Huge square


footage. One needs
roof. Only $376,500 for
both. Call 904-964-4111.
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6522 TREIST AVE, KEY-
STONE, on large lot,
guaranteed financing.
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or rent to own, 5K mini-
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$1,100 per month. Call
904-276-6446.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 4/2
BRICK HOME com-
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cabinets, wood laminate
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ft, $169K. Call 352-745-
0838.
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Lawn service included.
$950/mth, call 352-468-
2386.
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Homesites starting @
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@ $39.900. Limited
availability. Ca 11
(888)389-3504 X 700.
New, Pre- Construction
Golf Commun nity-
Coastal Georgia. Large
lots w/deepwater. marsh.
golf, nature views.
ated. Golf. Fitness
Center. Tennis, Trails.
Oak Park. Docks. $70k's
- $300k (877)266-7376
www.cooperspoint.com.
Waterfront Wilmington.
NC Historic Port tity
Coastal Development
The Bluffs on the Cape
Fear. Fastest Growing
County in NC. Gran5
Opening October 21.
Direct Ocean Access.
Preconstruction
incentives to call now.
www.thebluffsnc.com
(866)725-8337 Cape
Fear Bluffs. LLC Broker.
Western New Mexico
Private 36 acres $52.990
Trees, mtn views.
wildlife. borders state
land. Horseback riding.
hiking. hunting. Perfect
family ranch. get away.
for retirement.
Electricity. I 00%7r
financing. NALC
(866)365-8225.
Steel Buildings
STEEL BUILD NGS.
Factory Deals. Save $$$.
40 x 60' to 100 x 200',
Ex: 50 x .100 x 12' =
$3.60/sq ft. (800)658-
2885.
www.rigidbuilding.com.
STEEL BUILDING
SALE'
MANUFACTURER
DIRECT Since 1980!"
Other sizes. Example:
35'x50"x17' $9900 (no
door). Quick delivery.
25x40(x14 $5800
(Limitied Qt\.) Front end
l Pioneer.
4 ,,,.,. 422.


carpet. $700/mth. Call
904-424-9310.
2 RENTALS AVAILABLE -
2BR APT with lake ac-
cess. $600/mth, $600/
sec.. 2BR MH, $525/mth,
$525/sec. Call between
lpm-6pm, 352-473-
2919.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
-town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.


HOUSE FOR RENT 2/1.
$600/mth, first and secu-
rity. Starke area. Call
352-302-1047.
STARKE LAKEFRONT -
CH/A, 3/2, secluded,
modem, deck, d..':k, boat
ramp and canal. Credit
check, $1,100/mth. Call
904-964-4005.
SINGLEWIDE 2/1 COUN-
TRY LOCATION. 10
miles from Starke, 4
miles from Lake Butler.
$450/mth, $300/dep.
Call 904-284-9223 or


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Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 or,904-219-4648
3085 SE 113" Way Starke, FL 32091
Licensed & Insured

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Pumping & Finishing
FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153



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LAWN SERVICES
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MOWING, EDGING
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Starke

(904] 964-5424


STARKE. 3BR/1BA, fully remodeled
home inside the city limits. Home is
located inside lovely Main Street
District. $84,900. MLS# 267724


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904-305-8287.
LOOKING FOR MATURE
COUPLE 2.5/1.5 mo-
bile home in country on
large fenced in yard front
and back, electric, gar-
bage, power pole, front
and back porches, fur-
nished. $700/mth, $500/
dep. Call 904-964-5079
or 904-769-1472.
2BR HOME IN TOWN -
NON-SMOKER, no pets.
$500/mth, $500/dep.
Agent/owner, 904-364-
6148, leave message.
2/2 COUNTRY LIVING
SINGLEWIDE, quiet
area, large lot, storage
shed, new carpet, just
outside city limits of
Starke. $600/mth, $600/
sec deposit. References
required, call 904-964-
8425, please leave a
message.
CAMPER TRAILER LOT
IN COUNTRY, 1 acre.-
Call after 7pm, 352-468-
2684'.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/
2, CH/A, washer/dryer.
$550/mth plus security.
Call 352-213-4563.


KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
DOUBLEWIDE. Very
clean 3/2 doublewide
has new carpet and paint
throughout, stove, refrig-
erator and dish washer
are only two years old.
Has two decks, central
air and heating. Double
lot, references required,
no Inside pets. $625/mth
plus$600/sec. Call 904-
571-4264.
RAIFORD: 2/1 MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT.
Green Ave., paved.
$400/mth, call 386-431-
1197.
MELROSE 4/1 2ND
FLOOR APARTMENT.
Newly renovated, hard-
wood floors, new refrig-
erator, etc. No pets.
$665/mth, $600/dep.
.Call 352-473-6285.
MELROSE 3/1 MOBILE
HOME In very clean and
quiet park. No pets.
$425/mth, $400/dep.
Call 352-475-6285.
51
Lost/Found
FOUND CHIHUAHUA,


Lost Dog

Black Lab, one-year-old male.
Last seen in CR 214 & Breezy
Point Rd area outside Keystone
Heights.

Reward Offered

Call (352) 475-5582

(352) 745-2080


MALE, OLD. Call 904-
964-2125.
BROWN & WHITE JACK
RUSSELL. Child's pet,
lost 10/21/06, Lawtey.
Please call 904-782-
3113.
52
Animals & Pets
FREE PUPPIES TO
GOOD HOME -
PYRENNE, mother on
premises. Call 904-964-
6565.
53A
Yard Sales
ARCHERY BOWS PSE
NOVA. Never shot,
$180. Bear white-tail 2,
has case, sites, detach-
able quiver and arrows,
$150. Call 904-966-
0631.
TREE SALE TULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each. Call
904-796-0118.
SATURDAY, 8AM-? 808 N
WESTMORELAND ST.
TV, clothes, toys, fumli,
ture, kids clothes,
household items.
3 FAMILIES S 301 BE-
HIND KINGDOM HALL,
Saturday. Go carts,
household, misc.
MOVING SALE MUST
SELL. Gorgeous king
cherry four post bed set,
sofa and loveseat, cof-
fee table, two end tables,
sofa sleeper, two lamps,


beautiful china cabinet
and dining room table,
LaZBoy rocker. Call
904-964-1816.
FRIDAYAND SATURDAY,
8AM-2PM, 12859 SE
CR 100A (Griffis Loop),
Starke. Child and adult
clothing, DVDs, DVD
players, VCRs and
more.
EVEN LARGER THAN
BEFORE. 1015
Eastwood Dr. across
from Southside Elemen-
tary. 5 family garage/
yard sale. Friday and
Saturday, November 3rd
and 4th, 8am-?
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
MULTI-FAMILY YARD
SALE Baby items, fur-
niture, men's table. 426
SE 28th Loopi Geneva
Lake Estates. Saturday,
10/28,8am-4pm.
SAT 8AM TIL 2PM. 7692
Kaibab Ave, in Big Tree
Lakes.
GIGANTIC YARD SALE -
TOYS, CLOTHES, col-
lectibles, Christmas, lots
and lots of stuff. 7008
Deer Springs Rd, Satur-
day, October 28, 8am-
2pm.
HUGE 4 FAMILY YARD
SALE. Commercial juke
box, furniture, crystal,
china, all household
misc. and tools. 325 SW
Garden St, 7am-? Fri-
day, Saturday and Sun-
day.


53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
28, 8am-12pm. Don't
miss awesome moving
sale on CR238 between
Providence and Lake
Butler. Bargains, fumi-
ture and treasures await
you.
55
Wanted
D/S/W/M Disabled Vet, 56
years old. Wanting effi-
ciency or cottage for rent
for self, under $350.
Larry Fore 352-390-
5104, call anytime.
I BUY COIN collections:
Morgan & Peace silver
dollars, silver quarters &
dimes, Buffalo nickels,
Indian head pennies,
gold coins, proof & mint
sets, etc. Call 904-964-
3321.
57
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100.
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appoinimenis call 904-
964.8801
BEP KING SIZE
Pillbwtop 'mattress and
;b )spring with manufac-
tUres warranty. Brand
new:still In plastic. Can
diliver. Sell for $170.
Call 352-372-7490.
BE 1DQOM.SET 7 piece
G'6rgeij0s cherry queen/


.ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD

Fri., Oct. 27, 7:00 p.m.
Keystone Heights Lions Club on Orchid Ave, across from KHHS
Besides antique & collectible smalls we have some real nice

near new bedroom furniture, dining table & chairs, sofa & lots

more.
Terms of auction: Cash, check w/ID, Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card.
12% Buyer's Premium plus tax. 2% B.P. discount w/cash/check.
KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1648, Col. Ken Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Call for information (352) 473-9008


king bed, dresser, mirror,
* 2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 352-
377-9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets
$89, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Save a lot. Cash and
carry. Call Sonia at 352-
473-7173 or 904-964-
3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic.
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can.deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
TREE SALE TULIP
POPULAR, Red
Maple, Peach and
Apple, Corkscrew,
Weeping and Pussy Wil-
lows. $12 each, 2 or
more $10 each. Call
904-796-0118.
GATOR CLASSIC HORSE
SALE SATURDAY, No-
vember 11th,. 11am.
Bradford County Fair-
grounds, Starke, FL.
Consignments wel-
come. Call 660-258-
4040 or 850-532-9229.
FLN#2122.
TEMPSTAR 4-TON A/C
OUTSIDE UNIT (for cen-
tral a/c with indoor air


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-1107 S. Walnut St
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handler). 2 years old
(only used 1 year). Very
good condition, $500.
Call work, 352-473-2210
or home, 904-782-3849
after 6pm, Arnie.
NEW TROY-BILT 5550
WATT GENERATOR,
$500. GE vacuum
cleaner, $75. Bissell
Flip-it, $75 Ab lounge,
$75. Leather back Louis
L'Amour books, $10
each. Couch, $75. Call
904-314-2798.
WASHERS/DRYERS,
$150 FOR SET, will
separate. Refrigerators
and stoves. Free deliv-
ery and setup, 90 day
written warranty. Call
904-964-5266.
PEAS ZIPPER CREAM
AND CROWDERS, u-
pick. Corner of Hwy 16
and Hwy 233 (Morgan
Rd), 2nd house on left
behind Kangaroo store.
Call 904-964-6521.
BUCK STOVE, CAST
IRON, WITH ELECTRIC
BLOWER. New $1500,


sell f, or $700 OBO. You
move. Call 904-613-
68711 .
17 CLI FT REFRIGERA-
TORI, MAGIC CHEF,
while, $150. Electric
stov e, needs electric
plug,, $50. Call 352-473-
254 '.
SCRAiTCH AND DENT
FRJ!AME SALE at
Tho mton Photography.


Large selection of
scratched and dented
frames for sale. Stan-
dard and unique sizes
priced right for the do-it-
yourself framer. (,jr ex-
pert mat cutter will be on
site on these special
dates. November 2nd
and 3rd, 10am-5pm.
Come check out our se-
lection. Call 904-964-
2714.


T.H.E. Apartments

9:22 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
'2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 <
Voice TTYA .;s 1-800-545-1833, Ext. 381


OWNER FINANCING

Keystone Heights, FL Doublewide 3 BR/2 BA on double lot
Now is your opportunity to own your own home. This 3 BR/2 BA
doublewide has new carpet th roughout, stove, refrigerator and dishwasher
are only 2 years old. Home h.lis 2 decks and HVAC system was replaced 2
1/2 yrs ago. Double lot with room to grow. Located on the North side of
High Ridge Estates, enter off 'Gasline Road.
Pir'ice $47,900
Down payment $5,000 13 yr mortgage mthly pymt $544.26 + taxes & ins.
Call (904) 571-4264


I Guaranteed3Lowest*Bids! I


1999 Grand Manor DWMH
Fully Furnished, 4 BR/2 BA
Living rm, Family rm w/Fireplace,
Dining rm, Large Kitchen, Utility
rm, Front & Back Decks
Lot 100' x:100'

$195,000
For additional info call
904-964-7488 or 904-364-6005


"'Where You Come First"


S Homes
3/2 Home on 1 acre lot. 1 block
'from Country Club. $210,000
with $5,000 Carpet allowance.

3/2 1200 SF frame home on SR16,
just outside city limits. $75,000

3/2 home built in 1999. Like new
condition on over an acre. Bayless
Hwy. $219,000

3/2 home on 5 acres. Lots of extras.
$345,000


Land
1 Acre Dead end street. Zoned for
mobile homes $29,000

Union County 6 Acres with 24 x 60
barn/4 horse stalls. Can be divided.
$149,000

5 Acres near Providence. Union
county. Fenced for horses. $95,000

25 Acres. 5 Minutes from town.
$250,000

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Personal
Services
BRADFORD LIMEROCK
SALES. Limerock,
crush create, asphalt
millings, building sands,
gravels, tractor work.
We haul, we spread.
Business 904-782-3172,
mobile 904-509-9126.
Monday through Satur-
day.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
: ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.,
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
SECRETARIAL SER-
VICES Typesetting, re-
sumes, etc. Call Mellsa
at 904-364-6463.
AFFORDABLE, DEPEND-
ABLE house cleaning,
weekly, biweekly,
monthly or new con-
struction & dry foam car-
pet shampooing, win-
dows. Call for free quote
904-769-1541.
CNA/PCA LOOKING TO
CARE FOR ELDERLY in
their home. 19 years
experience and refer-
ences. Call Kathy at
352-260-8772.





LAKE CITY
CINNIIITY CtLItf
Instructors Needed
For Spring Term 2007
Nursing Skills Lab
Instructor
Full time 168 days;
Salary based on education
and experience.
(Grant Funded)
Assist with learning
experience in the nursing
skill lab; assist students with
learning the skills taught,
assist faculty with laboratory
preparation for class.
Responsible for general lab
organization, and inventory.
Must have ASN degree, FL
license or be FL eligible.
Two years RN experience in
acute and/or skilled care
facilities. Excellent clinical
skills, knowledge of
computers and computer
literacy required. BSN and
teaching experience
preferred.
Registered Nursing
Program:
Acute Care Clinical faculty
for 16 hours/week (16
weeks). Lake City positions
available. Must have BSN.
FL RN license and 2 years
recent acute/skilled care
experience. MSN and
teaching experience
preferred. (4 Positions)
Registered Nursing
Program:
Clinical faculty for 16
hours/week (16 weeks)
Thursday, Friday OR
Saturday positions available
Gainesville only. Must have
BSN, FLRN license and 2
years recent maternal/infant
or pediatric nursing
experience. MSN and
teaching experience
preferred. (4 positions)
Half-Time Cllnical
Instructor Poslltions:
Must have BSN, FL RN
license and 2 years recent
... -. acute care experience. MSN
and teaching experience
preferred. Salary depends
on degree and experience..
Grant Funded, Renewable
annually.
Position 1 Gainesville,
20 hours per week including
one 12 hour clinical on
Saturday
-for 16 weeks.
Position 2 20 hours (three
days) per week. Some
classroom teaching required.
Patient Care Assistant
Course:
Part-time position
18 hours/week for 11 weeks
beginning 1/22/07 and,
ending 4/13/07. Must have
FL RN license and
experience in acute or long
term care nursing.
(1 position)
Practical Nursing
Program:
Clinical Instructor three days
per week between 1/29/07
and 4/5/07.
Must be RN with FLRN
license and 2 years recent
expenence in acute or long
term care BSN and
teaching experience
preferred. (3 positions).
Contact Robbie Carson at
(386) 754-4304 or
email
carsonr@lakecitycc.edu
Human Diseases
(HSC 2524)
Master'sdegree with 18
graduate hours in related
field (health sciences,
biological sciences, health
careers)
Contact Patty Smith at
(386) 754-4239 or
email
smithp@lakecitycc.edu
Emergency Medical
Services Programs
Teach EMT Basic courses in
College's five county service
area. Must be instructor
certified at EMT-B or
Paramedic level. Associate


degree required. Teaching
experience preferred. Must
have BLS, ACLS, PALS
certification; instructor
certification preferred.
Contact Dr. Abraham Pallas
at (386)754-4487 or email
at pallasa@ldkecitvcc.edu.
Persons interested junct
position, r just su nit a
College application and
provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must be
submitted with an official
translation and evaluation.


CONCEALED WEAPONS SHIPPING COORDINA-
PERMIT, $50. One hour, TOR minimumryr de-
call 904-964-5019. gree with Forestry or
Classes second Satur- Business Management.
day of the month, by ap- Salary $14.68/hr. We
pointment. Call for res- are an EEOC, drug free
ervation. workplace. We offer
DO YOU NEED YOUR 401K, health insurance,
CHIMNEY CLEANED? paid holidays and vaca-
We will be yourchimney tion. Apply at Gilman
sweep. Call us, 904- Buildings Products,
964-3104. CR218, Maxville, FL or
NEED YOUR HOUSE fax resume to 904-289-
CLEANED FOR THE 7736.
HOLIDAYS or just be- STAFF NEEDED TO work
cause? Call 'Nancy or in home and community
Robyn at 90464-6892 with disabled persons.
for details. Must have high school
CHECK OUT THE NEW diploma orGED and one
ARRIVALS at Lin's Bas- year experience of work-
ketry and Gifts. Also, ing with disabled or re-
Avon sales. 103 lated field. Evening
Edwards Rd, Starke, hours required. Call
904-964-8191 904-966-2100.
TEENAGER LOOKING BRADFORD COUNTY
FOR BABYSITTING BUILDING & ZONING
JOBS. Weekends DEPARTMENT is ac-
mostly. 8 hour childcare cepting applications for a
course completed. full time clencal position.
Please call 904-964- Knowledge of zoning
4924. and building very helpful,
6 Knowledge of Microsoft
65 Word and Excel re-
Help Wanted quired, must possess
SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi- people skills, be a team
berglass manufacturing player and be eager to
and trimming will train. learn. Applications and
Full time 40 hour week. job descriptions may be
Apply in person at U S picked up at the Building
Body Source, 1.5 miles and Zoning Department
South of Hampton on located in the North
CR 325. Wing of the Bradford
CARE GIVER 2 years County Courthouse or
experience working with via the County website
elderly or disabled cli- at www. bradford-co-
ents. 2 or 3 days per fla.org. Completed ap-
week. Su-EI's Retire- plications must be
ment Home, Hampton. turned into the Building
Phone 352-468-2619. and Zoning Department.
NURSERY HELP The deadline for accept-
NEEDED, weed pulling, ing applications is
fertilizing etc. Full time Wednesday, November
40 hour week. Apply in 8, 2006 at 4:00pm. The
person at U S Body County reserves the
Source, 1.5 miles South right to reject any and all
of Hampton on CR 325. applications. Equal op-
COMPANY SPECIALIZ- portunity Employer.
ING In Erosion control PART-TIME 'SCALE OP-
now hiring the following ERATOR. The New
positions: Crew leaders, River Solid Waste Asso-
equipment operators, la- ciation is seeking quail-
borers, Class A CDL fled applicants for a per-
drivers- valid Drivers II- manent, part-time posi-
cense a MustI Fax re- tion f Scale Operator.
sume to 904-275-3292 Will be responsible for
or call 904-275-4960, operating computerized
EOE. Drug Free Work- scale system, collecting
place. fees and keeping accu-
HELP WANTED rate records of all trdns-
STARKE CITGO. Part- actions. Must be a high
time, 2nd and 3rd shifts. school graduate with two
Call 904-964-5740. years of experience in
HIRING CLASS B OTR similar work. Must be


nDRIVn. 4 -UU-~'U w,.,
potential. Expedited no-
touch freight. Call 800-
426-6579.
LOCAL. CLEANING SER-
VICE ,- looking for part-
time help 20-30 hrs
weekly. Must have ref-
erences and a back-
ground check. Must be
honest, reliable and mo-
tivated. Contact Elena
at 904-364-6455.
IMMEDIATE OPENING
FOR AN OFFICE MAN-
AGER, at Keystone .
Unntea Melnodist
Cnurch 29 nrs/vk, par.
tial benefit package, ex-
cellent database and
Microsoft office skills a
must. Contact 352-473-
3829 for interview.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
LIKE atmosphere and
work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's (all shifts), main-
tenance assistant, and
dietary aids. Fill out ap-
plications at 602 E Laura
St., Starke 32091 or fax
resume to 904-964-
6621. Call 904-964-
3383 for appointment.
EEOC/DFWP.
TEACHERS NEEDED TO
TUTOR AT STARKE
ELEMENTARY and
Southside Elementary
for local reputable com-
pany. Top pay, after
school hours for certified
teachers. SES/NCLB
Program. Carlf Kathy at
352-481-3611.
DISABLED LADY NEEDS
ASSISTANCE. .Call
904-964-5926.


willing to work a flexible
schedule including
weekends and holidays.
Starting salary will be
$9.00 per hour for 20-25
hours per week. Salary
commensurate with ex-
perience. Applications
can be picked up at the
New River Regional
Landfill on SR121, just
north of Raiford, FL.
Deadline for applications


will be November 3,
2006 at 5:00pm. For fur-
ther information, call
386-431-1000. New
River Solid Waste is a
drug-free workplace;
drug testing will be re-
quired. Equal Opportu-
nity Employer.
ATTENTION ALL RN'S
AND LPN'S. Macclenny
Nursing & Rehab Center
currently has open posi-


WANTED

Equipment operators, laborers,
experienced asphalt personnel and
dump truck drivers.Competitive pay
rates, local work
Please call

386-496-2134



















Driver Dedicated Regional




Avg. $825 $1025/wk

65% preloaded/pretarped

Jacksonville, FL Terminal.

CDL-A req'd 877-428-5627

www.ctdrivers.com


NOW HIRING CLASS A CDL
DRIVERS


WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE PAY
AND BENEFITS PACKAGE.
INCLUDING MEDICAL, DENTAL
AND VISION PLAN, 401K,
PAID VACATION AND
QUARTERLY SAFETY BONUS- -


DRIVERS WORK A 4 DAY WORK
WEEK
AND ARE HOME DAILY
WITH WEEKENDS OFF


ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING
SHOULD APPLY IN PERSON AT:
PERFORMANCE FOOD GROUP
4041 NE 54r" AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL
PH. (352) 378-8844 ext. 338


'"-z -r- FPerfoormance
-Food Group


'I have a great deal of autonomy and am treated with the utmost respect by physicians,
more so than In any other organization I have worked with."
Cheryl Demers, Haven Hospice RN

Please e-mail resume to: employment@havenhospice.org,
or fax to: 352-379-6206. .
All applicants MUST include position to be considered!
Applicants considered must successfully complete our
comprehensive background, driver's record and
drug screen check.
EOE/DFWR HAVEN
Licensed as non-profit since 1979/CHAP accreditation. H O S P I C E


WHITEHEAD BROS.,INC. LAKE CITY LOGISTICS




Over-The-Road Drivers Needed!
New trucks with ThermoKing APU's, 1800 watt inverters, top of the line leather seats, walk-in condo sleepers, and new air-
rid( .,ont suspension lor a smoother ride than you have ever experienced. Home several nights most weeks as we have a
good mixture (i' regional and over the road. Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching that comes front only
dispatching 25 trucks locally. Earn up to 30% of revenue immediately. NO WAITING!!! New increased layover pay. Up to
$100.00 per day. 2 weeks vacation. $1200.00 per year Safety Bonus. Driver of the Year bonus. Driver recruitment bonus.
Medical and dental insurance. Need 2 years experience.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE 904-368-0777 or 888-919-8898


tions for FT 7pm-7am
shifts. All interested ap-
5- plicants please apply in
person at Macclenny
Nursing & Rehab Cen-
ter, 755 South 5th St,
Macclenny, FL. On-site
interviews available, or
call 904-259-4873.
HOUSEKEEPING/LAUN-
DRY SUPERVISOR.
Hands on and supervi-
sion of staff for a 120 bed
5-star SNF. Send re-
sume to Bob Green, 808
S Colley Rd, Starke, FL
32091. EOE, DFWRP.
BRADFORD TERRACE
NURSING CENTER, a
5-star facility has an
opening for an RN man-
ager. In confidence, call
904-964-6220 and ar-
range an interview.
EOE/DFWP.
EXPERIENCED MATURE
RETAIL SALES PER-
SON. 5 days a week, no
nights or weekends.
Apply in person, no
phone calls. 131 W Call
St, Starke.
OPEN POSITION AT
UNION COUNTY
SOLID WASTE. The
Union County Solid
Waste Department Is
looking to hire someone
for the Solid Waste Dept.
You must have a valid
class B CDL and you
must be able to pass a
background check
through the Department
of Corrections and be
approved to work with
inmate laborers. The
work schedule is Mon-
day through Friday from
7:30am to 4:00pm with
a thirty minute break for
lunch. Please apply at
the Road Dept. or the
Board of County Com-
mission Office., Applica-
tions will be taken from
10/26/2006 through 11/
01/2006. If you have


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Full-Time Mon-Fri

(Some Saturdays)


Come in to apply

15000 US 301 South Starke, FL


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Interested in working with Animals?
Bradford County Sheriff's Office has openings for:
Animal Shelter Manager
Animal Control Officer
Full-time w/Benefits and Part-time positions available..
Starting salary $10.00 per hour, commensurate with
experience. Applications may be picked up at the Sheriff's
-:Qffice, 945-B j., Temple Ave., Starke, FL (behind. the
eourthouse).-Applications-itaefr4. .h 1plp/31/06. -
Equal Opportiunity Employer



S-KRYSTAL

582 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy 301)
Starke, FL




NOW HIRING


Assistant Managers, Shift Managers,

and Crew AT PREMIUM PAY

Full and Part Time Positions Available



Apply in person at our Starke location

Interviews between

1:30 pm and 4:00 pm

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE


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LAKE CITY
C5HN55ITY cOLEura
Instructors
Needed
For Spring Term 2007'
ANATOMY &
PHYSIOLOGY 11:
(Online Course)
Require- Masler's degree
with t1 graduate hours ini
ii,-iplire or MD.
COMPUTER SCIENCE:
Compmuer Applications
and CISCO Nerworking
Require- Master's degree
with I graduate hours in-
compuLer -'ner'e
MATHEMATICS:
College Level Math
Instructors for class in
ITrenton.
Requires Master's Degree
with 18 graduate hours in
'discipline. Day/night
instructorneeed .
oeparaioh l i'0 e Maih
--" instructort *MC .
Require- Minimum of
B-achelor's degree
Day and night instructors
needed for main campus
and class in Bell.
EARTH SCIENCE
(Night) ,
Requires Master's with 18
graduate hours in Earth
Science or physical Science
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
(Night)
Require. Ma-tr'er with
IS graduate hour, in
Physical Science
Contact Paula Cifuentes at
(386) 754-4260 or
email
,cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edsr
ART & MUSIC
ENGLISH
HISTORY
PHILOSOPHY
& RELIGION
PSYCHOLOGY
*SPEECH
Requires Master's degree
with minimum of 18
graduate hours in discipline
Contact Holly Smith at
(386) 754-4369 or email
smithhoUy@lakecltycc.edu
Persons interested in adjunct
positions must submit a
College application and
provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
transcripts/degrees must be
submitted with an official
translation and evaluation.


The world's largest retailer is looking for motivated individuals to join our logistics
team in Alachua, FL. Wal-Mart offers competitive wages, a generous benefit
package, and growth opportunities.
We offer a competitive pay scale and benefit package, Medical, Dental,
Associate Life, Optional Life, Dependent Life, AD&D, STD, LTD,
Paid holidays, vacation, Stock Purchase plan, Profit Sharing, 401 k,
Wal*Mart discount card and more.


Warehouse Positiony Av e:


Weekday and Weekend shifts available

Receiving Shipping Orderfilling

Quality Assurance Data Systems

Position require repetitive heavy lifting of product cases, constant walking/standing,
bending, twisting & stooping.

Starting Pay $13.30


$13.30 $13.80 $14.30 $14.80


12 months 18 months 24 months 30 months


$15.30 $15.80 $16.30


PLUS...$0.35nhour 2ndi3rd shift differential $1.35lhour weekend shift differential $0.750%our quarterly bonus potential


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ENTRY LEVEL AMERI-
CAN ACCESS TECH-
NOLOGIES is now ac-
cepting applications for
our Keystone Heights
location. Will train, with
great potential for ad-
vancement. Train to be
a Punch Operator, Brake
Operator, Grinder, run a
hardware piess, etc. 40
hrs/week with possible
overtime. Starting salary
is $7.25/hr. DFWP, good
benefits. Call 352-473-
4984.
WELDER EXPERI-
ENCED. Mig/Tig, steel
and aluminum for fabri-
cation shop in Keystone
Heights. Monday -
Thursday, 7:00am-
3:30pm, Friday 6:30am-
3:30pm. Excellent ben-
efits, DFWP, 352-473-
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