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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: Union County times
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Thursday, April 24, 2008


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Relay For Life
team captains
meet tonight
The next Relay for Life
meeting will be held today,
April 24, at 6 p.m. at Butler
Seafood House and Grille.
It's important that all team
captains attend this meeting
because it is time to pick out
your campsite and finalize site
fundraisers.

Project Grad
meeting set
Parents of the Class of
2008 are invited to attend the
next Project Grad meeting on
Monday, April 28, at 6:30 p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the classroom of Kelly Dukes
at Lake Butler Elementary
School. For more information,
please call Dukes at (386)
496-2457 or Donna O'Hern at
(386) 496-2440.

Preschool
screenings at
LBES April 25
Appointments can now be
scheduled for free preschool
screenings for children
between the ages of 3 and 4.5
years old. Appointment hours
are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Parents can receive
information about the
voluntary pre-K program at
the screening. If you plan to
sign up for VPK, please bring
your child's birth certificate
and your Social Security card,
ID and proof of residence. For
more information or to register
your child for a screening,
please call Tricia Ranard at
(386) 496-3047.
Please note this screening
is not for children entering
kindergarten in 2008.

Yearbook staff
yard sale set
April 26
The yearbook staff at Union
County High School will hold
a yard sale beginning at 8
a.m. on Saturday, April 26, at
Sprinkle Field.
The students on the
yearbook staff are currently
accepting donated items for
the sale. Monetary donations
are also appreciated. For more
information, please call Stacy
Worrell at (386) 496-4193.

Woman's Club
luncheon set
April 29
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will hold a luncheon on
Tuesday, April 29. from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m.
For a $6 donation, patrons
can dine in or order a take
out meal that will include
baked ham, casseroles and
desserts made by members of
the club. The proceeds from
the luncheon will help fund
scholarships and clubhouse
restorations.

UC declares
April Library
Appreciation
Month
The Union County Board
of County Commissioners has
declared April 2008 as Library
Appreciation Month. The staff
at the Union County Public
Library said they would like
to extend their appreciation
for their customers. "They're
the best!," said director Mary
Brown.
During the month of April,
you can continue to support
the library's building fund by
adding $1 to your grocery tab
at Spires IGA store in Lake
Butler.


Butler Seafood restaurant robbed


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Just before 3 a.m. on Sunday,
April 13, a burglary took place
at the Butler Seafood House
and Grille.
When arriving at the
restaurant later that morning,
co-owner Barbara Busone said
she noticed that her outside
cooler had been broken into.
Union County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Kevin Hilliard viewed
the survellience video and
determined the description of
the suspect, who was wearing


a green and white striped shirt,
denim shorts, white tennis shoes
and a ball cap. The suspect
allegedly used an unknown
object to pry off the master
lock of the cooler.
According to the report
filed at the sheriff's office, the
suspect entered the cooler and
removed several items of food
reported by management to be
five pounds of ground beef,
16 pounds of ribeye steaks, 15
pounds of shrimp, five pounds
of scallops and five pounds of
hamburger patties with a total
value of more than $200.


SREs- of the Year

honored at recent

board meeting


BY TERESA STONE-IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
At a recent school board
meeting, the School-Related
Employees of the Year were
given recognition and awarded
with plaques.
Tana Reynolds is the UCHS
School-Related Employee of
the Year. She was commended
for her assistance with data
entry at LBMS when an
employee was out for a period
of time due to illness.
Union County High School
Principal Alex Nelson said not
only did she help out at the
middle school, but also she
managed to stay on top of her
duties at the high school at the
same time.
"Quite simply, Tana is the
best data entry person in the
district," Nelson said.
Penny Hersey is the LBMS
School-Related Employee of
the Year and also the winner
of the District School-Related
Employee of the Year.
Hersey has worked as a
paraprofessional with the
district for six years. She
assists with classroom and
behavior management, students
using technology and attends
to the personal care needs of
physically disabled students.
Lake Butler Middle School
Principal Russell Larramore
said, "She treats every student
as if they were her own. She ig
right there among the best of
the best."
Superintendent of Schools
Carlton Faulk said that the
one thing he appreciates about
Hersey more than anything else
is her love for the students.
Lake Butler Elementary
School Principal Lynn Bishop
described her School-Related
Employee of the Year as her
"go-to girl," the person who
can fix anything regarding


technology in the school.
Andrews has been with LBES
for four years as the technology
support aide.
Bishop said Andrews handles
herself very well among 77
teachers, six secretaries, three
nurses and 22 instructional
aides all needing her assistance.
"She goes above and beyond


Tana Reynolds is the
UCHS School-Related
Employee of the Year.

the call of duty."
Shirley Alexander is the
School-Related Employee
of the Year at Tiger's Den
DayCare.
Alexander has been employed
with the Union County School
district for more than 16 years,
working first as a teacher's
aide at Lake Butler Elementary
School before moving to
Tiger's Den.
Linda Johns, the director
of accountability and special
programs, said Alexander is
one who nurtures and mothers
her students.
Aparentofoneol'Alexander's
See SREs, p. 4A


A -witness who viewed the
tape thought he recognized the
suspect by his clothing as he
had seen the suspect wearing
the same clothing the day
before the burglary.
The suspect was identified
as 36-year-old Lake Butler
resident Tyrone Deon Davis.
UCSO Investigator Jerry
Feltner made contact with the
suspect on Monday and Feltner
said he agreed to come to the
sheriff's office in realtion to the
incident.
According to the arrest
report, Davis stated that he did


not know anything about the
burglary.
Investigator Feltner, Major
Garry Seay and Davis then
viewed the survellience tape
together, which the report
stated clearly showed Davis
was the suspect in the video.
The arrest report also noted
that Davis was still wearing the.
same clothing when he arrived
at the sheriff's office.
Davis was placed under arrest
and booked into the Union
County Jail on charges of one
felony count of burglary of a
structure and one misdemeanor


count of petit theft.
Following his arrest, Feltner
was again contacted by
restaurant co-owner Busone
in reference to yet another
burglary. Busone stated that
the outside cooler had been
burglarized again, sometime
between 4 p.m. Sunday and I
p.m Monday, prior to Davis
being arrested.
According to Feltner, once
again, hidden survelliepce
cameras show a suspect using a
pry bar to break the lock on the
cooler and steal several frozen
See CRIME, p. 2A


What if your home is hit by a hurricane,
tornado, flood or fire?
Do you know where to go for shelter? Do you
have basic essentials if you should lose power?
What if someone in your home has special needs
such as oxygen, medication or insulin?
For help with these questions and more, there
will be an Emergency Preparedness Fair on
Saturday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to I p.m. Last
Monday, the Lake Butler city commissioners
approved for the fair to be held at the Lake Butler
Community Center.,
This year's fair will be indoors as well as
outdoors, with manyhealth-related organizations,
community organizations and churches coming
together to make the second annual fair bigger
and better than the last.
In addition, as a distinquished guest. Florida
Surgeon General Dr. Viamonte Ros will be in
Lake Butler for the event.
Some of the information and helpful materials
at the fair will cover preserving important
documents, preparing survival kits, hurricane,
flood and tornado information, using handheld


radios, food preparation, gardening tips, fire
safety demonstrations, creating a disaster
preparedness plan, shelter information.
fingerprinting for children, basic first aid and
using a global positioning system (GPS).
In addition to educational materials, there
will be lots of fun. food and prizes. Keep
watching the Union Count\ Times for updates
on the event. For more information, contact
Angie Gibson at (386) 496-3250.


In celebration of Earth


Day, Pre-K students at Lake Butler Elementary School planted a cypress tree in front of the school, with the
assistance of the Union County Extension Office's Colan Coody (center, back row).


Disaster Preparedness Fair


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858 6 89076 6389 2


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The warm glow of candles shining through colored paper will light the opening of
the Relay for Life... and serve as a reminder of people who have fought the battle
against cancer.



Luminaria will light Relay for Life


Luminaria will light the way
for those people participating
in the annual Relay for Life in
Lake Butler.
When the sun goes down of
Friday, May 16, hundreds of
luminaria will light the way
under the stars. A moment of
silence will be held during the
Ceremony of Hope, beginning
at 9 p.m. at the Union County
High School track at the
football stadium.


Each lit candle will represent
a name and a story of bravery
in facing the battle against
cancer.

Everyone is invited to
participate in this moving
ceremony as Union. County
gathers to remember those lost
to cancer, support those fighting
cancer, and rejoice with those
who have fought the disease
and won.


Your donation for each bag
will place a luminaria along
the pathway to memorialize or
honor someone you love. The
luminaria remain lit throughout
the evening as a reminder that
hope will light the way to a
cure.
Fill out the adjacent order
form and provide a glowing
memory for someone you
love-and assistance to the
fight against cancer.


I Signature:


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2119.SW 16th Street
Gainesville, FL 32608


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CRIME:

Continued from p. 1A

food items. Seay and Feltner
observed the tape and found
a suspect wearing the same
exact clothing as the former
suspect entering and exiting
the cooler several times and
leaving the restaurant with the
stolen items.
Thi,stime the suspect also
left behind the tire iron lug
wrench seen being used in the
video and the broken lock, both
of which were hidden near the
restaurant. The report stated
Davis was then charged with
an additional count of burglary,
one felony count of criminal
mischief, possession of burglary
tools and larceny.


A check of Florida
Department of Corrections
records revealed that Davis has
been incarcerated three times
since 1992 for multiple counts
of grand theft auto, fleeing
and eluding, resisting arrest,
burglary and. robbery in both
Union and Alachua counties.,
He was last released from
prison in September 2007 after
serving one year of an 18-
month sentence.



For what is the best
choice, for each
individual is the highest
it is possible for him to
... achieve.
Aristotle BC 384-322,
Greek Philosopher
****


Historical

Society meets
The regular monthly meeting
of the Union County Historical
Society will be on Monday,
April 28, at 7 p.m. Lifelong
Union County resident James
B. Kelley will be the guest
speaker. For more information,
please call (386) 496-2258.


*Great ambition is the
passion of a great
character. Those
endowed with it may
perform very good or
very bad acts. All
depends on the
principals which direct
them.
Napoleon Bonaparte


Next SHINE

counseling set

May 12
The Union County SHINE
drop-in counseling session
scheduled at the library- for
Wednesday, May 7, has been
re-scheduled for Monday, May
12, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Through SHINE, counselor
Bob Hakes provides insurance
advice and counseling for senior
citizens in Union County.


Ah, but a man's reach
should exceed his
grasp, or what's a
heaven for?
Robert Browning


Somehow I can't
believe that there are
any heights that can't
be scaled by a man
who knows the secrets
of making dreams
come true. This special
secret, it seems to me,
can be summarized in
four Cs. They are
curiosity, confidence,
courage, and
constancy, and the
greatest of all is
confidence. When you
believe in a thing,
believe in it all the way,
implicitly and
unquestionable.
Walt Disney
*)***


No great deed is done
by falterers who ask for
certainty.
George Eliot 1819-1880,
British Novelist.


There is nothing that
war has ever achieved
we could not better
achieve without it.
Havelock Ellis 1859-
i1939, British
Psychologist.


Every great .
achievement is the
victory of a flaming
heart.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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LEGALS
UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2008-CA-0007
JERRY A. BRYANT
plaintiff,
vs.
JOYCE L. RANDALL, deceased,
and the Estate and heirs of JOYCE
L. RANDALL, deceased, by and
through her known heirs, TOM
RANDALL, KEVIN RANDALL,
SCOTT RANDALL, JAMES
RANDALL, PATRICIA RANDALL
CASTRO, and KATHERINE
"KITTY" PICKENS,
by and through any unknown heirs
at law, creditors or unknown parties
claiming by or through the named
Defendants.
Defendants

NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Joyce L. Randall, deceased
and Patricia Randell Castro, who
last known residence address and
whereabouts are unknown, and the
Estate and heirs of Joyce L,
Randall, deceased, and all
unknown parties claiming by,
through, under or against the
herein named Defendants, who are
not known to be dead or alive,
whether said unknown parties
claim as heirs, devisees, grantees,
assignees, Honors, creditors,
trustees, spouses, or other
claimants
And all unknown parties having or
claiming to have any right, title or
interest in the property herein
described.

YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
to foreclose a mortgage on the
following property in Union County,
Florida.
A parcel of land containing 2.13
acres, more or less, lying ,in
Section 23, Township 5 South,
Range 20 East, Union Counrty,
Florida; said parcel being more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at a set 1/2" iron rod
located at the intersection of the
Northerly RW line of the Atlantic -
Coastline Railroad (100' RW now
abandoned) with the West line of
the NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of said
- Section 23 and run North 59,
degrees, 49 minutes, --15 secorids'
East along said Northerly R/W line
for a distance of 735.00 feet to a
set 1/2" iron rod; thence run North
01 degrees, 05 minutes, 14
seconds West parallel with the
West line of said NE 1/4 of SW 1/4
for a distance of 210.00 feet to a
set '2" iron rod thence run North
12 degrees, 12 minutes, 21
seconds West for a distance of
192.92 feet to the Point of
Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described continue
North 12 degrees, 12 minutes, 21
seconds West for a distance of
225.20 feet to a set '/2" iron rod
located on the Southerly R/W line


of a county maintained graded
road; thence run North 64 degrees,
32 minutes, 49 seconds East along
last said R/W line for a distance of
372.70 feet to a set 1/2" iron rod;
thence run North 59 degrees, 49
minutes, 15 seconds East for a
distance of 113.38 feet to a found
2" iron pipe; thence run South 01
degrees, 11 minutes, 37 seconds
East for a distance of 209.78 feet
to a found 2" iron pipe; thence run
South 59 degrees, 49 minutes, 15
seconds West for a distance of
452.65 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Less and Except any portion
thereof lying within an existing
county maintained graded road
near the East side thereof.
has been filed against you and you
are required to serve a copy of
your written defense, if any, to it on
WAYNE CARROLL, Plaintiff's
attorney whose address is P.O.
Box 1898, Keystone Heights, FL
32656, on May 23, 2008, which is
more than 30 days from the date of
first publication of this notice, and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter; otherwise a default will
be entered against you for the relief
demanded in the Complaint. The
address for the Clerk of Court is 55
West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on this 15 day of April,
2008.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
4/17 2tchg 4/24

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT; EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY,
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2008-CP-004
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARIE THERESA SACCHETTI,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of


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Outside Trade Area:
$30,00 per year:
$16.00 six months


MARIE THERESA SACCHETTI,
deceased, whose date of death
was December 2, 2007, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 55 West
Main Street, Union County
Courthouse Room 103, Lake
Butler, FL 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 THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY (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 THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD 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 Thursday, April 24, 2008.
Dated this 22nd day of April, 2008.
Personal Representative:
Donna Marie Thomas
5892 SW CR 241
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Russell A. Wade Ill Esq.
Florida Bar No. 251460
155 SE 61" Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Telephone No.: 386.496.9656
Fascimile No.: 386.496.0930
4/24 2tchg 5/1


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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
-Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
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Sports Editor: Cliff S3melley
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Griffis announces


bid for re-election


(The following is an
announcement of intention
to run for public office.
submitted by the candidate.)
I, Alvin A. Griffis,
announce my candidacy to
seek re-election for the office
of School Board Member,
District 2.
I have been honored to
serve as your board member
for more than 11 years
now. I would appreciate
the opportunity to continue
serving for another term.

As your school board
member, I have:
Dealt with every issue
that comes before the board
in a professional manner,
*Always put the education,
safety and welfare of the
students of this county first,
Always been honest and
maintained integrity with
everyone,
And remained accessible
to students, parents,
grandparents, guardians
and citizen of this county
and have responded to
their concerns in a timely
manner.
I was born and reared
in Union County. Me, my
wife Geraldine and our two


sons Randall and Gary are
all graduates of the Union
County school system. I am
a member of the new River
Congregational Methodist
Church.
I presently serve on the
Board of Directors of the
Union County Farm Bureau.
I am also a member of
Raiford Masonic Lodge No.
82, Order of the Eastern Star,
Lake Butler Chapter 40, and
the York and Scottish Rite
bodies.
I am retired from Northeast
Florida State Hospital as
a purchasing director and
a member of the hospital
management team.. I have
served as chairman of the
Union County School Board
for four years.
I sincerely appreciate
the support I receive
from students, parents,
grandparents, guardians,
fellow school board
members, the superintendent,
administration, faculty. and
staff for your contributions
in making this a great
school system in which to
educate our students. I take
great pride in the progress
the Union County School
system has made.


Let's review some of our
accomplishments:
All of the Union County
schools are fully accredited.
Academic, vocational
and extracurricular programs
have received recognition
and prestigious awards
throughout the state and
nation.
FCAT scores are
improving and showing
growth in every school.
Beginning teacher salary
has increased by 45 percent
between 2000 and 2007
($22,000 to $32,500).
A strict staffing plan has
been implemented to provide
consistent guidelines in
hiring practices.
Students have access
to computers and other
state-of-the-art technology
equipment.
In-school and after-
school tutoring programs are
available in all schools to
meet the academic needs of
every student.
Intensive reading
programs have been
implemented to promote and
expand reading skills in all
schools.
We have maintained
a balanced budget with a


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re-elction to board


Alvin Griffis

positive fund balance for the
past seven years.
The school board has
attended training and
achieved Master Board
Certification for the past
seven years.
*All buildings andfacilities
are in excellent condition
and provide adequate space
for all of our students.

In closing, I would like to
say that I am very proud to
be a part of this team that
works diligently to provide
the quality education our
students deserve and receive.
I would appreciate the
opportunity to continue to
serve as your Union County
School Board District 2
member.


The deadline for submitting
political announcements has
passed. The Union County
Times will now be accepting
paid political announcements.


Rimes


announces


bid for county


(The following is a statement
of intention to run for public
office, submitted by the
candidate.)
My name is John D. Rimes
III and, in an effort to help all
the citizens of Union County,
I am running for District 3
County Commissioner in the
Nov. 3 election.
Having lived in Union
County-nearly all of my adult
life and stemming from five
generations of Union County
heritage, I can honestly say I
have seen where the county
has come from and where it
is going.
My wife Betty and I are
parents of four children
who have and do actively
participate in all aspects of the
Union County school system,
including drama, band, sports
and cheerleading. I know
without a doubt the hectic pace
it takes to be an involved,
concerned and proud parent of
our Union County schools.
Having served our
government for eight years as
a military pilot in the U.S. Air
Force, where I was involved
in Operation Desert Storm
in Iraq, I feel I have had a
great opportunity to assist in
protecting democracy and
what our great country stands
for.
I know from experience that
when times are tough, people
are looking for leadership and
Direction without hesitation
or pause in their demeanor.
I have received a great deal


John D. Rimes III


of this quality instinctively
coming from my grandfather,
J.D. Rimes, who lived all of
his 92 years in Union County.
I have earned three degrees
from Florida International
University, and as a business
finance major, I have been
given the opportunity to utilize,
thi s knovwledgea-s- a current
elected official for the city of
Worthington Springs.
I have served as city council
president for the past six of my
seven years of service. I am
always pleased to report that
Worthington Springs is in the
best financial status that it has
See RIMES, p. 10A


(The following is an
announcement of intention
,to run for public office,
submitted by the candidate.)
MynameisSandraR. Floyd
and I proudly announce my
candidacy for re-electiori as
your Union County School
Board District 4 member.
I have enjoyed my two
terms on the school board
and very much appreciate
the opportunity that I have
had to serve and represent
you, the voters of Union
County. I have lived in Union
County since 1972 with my
husband, Freddie Floyd. We
have three children: Fred
Floyd Jr., Christie Perez and
Dustin Floyd, and seven
grandchildren.
In June 2002, our school
board received our Master
Board certification and has
completed the necessary
requirements to continue
this certification. The
purpose of this program
is to focus on the ability
to work collaboratively as
a government team while
maintaining a focus on
student learning and factors
contributing to successful
schools.
On Dec. 8, 2007, our
district was recognized as
one of 110 districts to be
granted accreditation by
the Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools.
Additionally, Union County
is one of the first 200 school
systems in the nation to
achieve this distinction as
a quality school system.
District accreditation is a
process designed to recognize
school systems that embrace
improving student learning
as a systemic process.

Union County schools
have highly qualified and
dedicated teachers, principals
and administrators. Our non-
instructional personnel are
efficient, dedicated and take
pride in their work. Our
students continue to excel in
academics, extracurricular
activities, sports, band, FFA
and cheerleading. Truly, we
can say that we carry out the
mission of the Union County
School District in providing a
learning environment where


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achievement was my
ability to be able to
persuade my wife to
marry me.
Winston Churchill


Sandra Floyd


students, staff, parents and
the community excel.

Our three schools comprise
71 percent of the general fund
budget. Since the year 2001,
we have consistently had a
carry-over balance .in this
fund. This sufficient reserve
will help our district to meet
state-required mandates and
at the same time, prevent


cutting student programs as
the state budget has cut 10
percent of public schools this
year. It is the intent of the
entire Union County School
Board and Superintendent
Carlton Faulk to put the
education and needs of our
students first.
During my terms as school
board. members, I have
cofirinded to participate in
training through the Florida
School Board Association in
the areas of legal issues, law,
finance, boardsmanship,
ethics and human resources.
As your representative and
employee, I have carefully
considered every decision
before me while serving you
durihg' these seven years
as Union County School
Board District 4 member.
Please allow me to continue
to serve you, the voters of
Union County, for another
four-year term. Again, I
am seeking re-election and
your support will be greatly
appreciated.


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students wrote her a letter of
recommendation for the aw\\rd.
"Man\ times I have visited
her classroom and each time,
the children have their eves
glued to her and hang on her
every \ord." said Donna
Harris.
Nancy Touchstone is the
Outpost Alternative School's
SRE of the Year. She has been
with the district for more than
26-years.
Supervisor Barry Sams said
Touchstone is made for her
job and has worn many hats in
her eight years at the .Outpost.
She "sometimes serves as a
receptionist, attendance clerk,
meal coordinator, nurse and
teacher's aide.
"One thing she does is care
about the kids. Never does she
get flustered or bent out of
shape," Sams said.
David Breese is the
maintenance department's
School-Related Employee of
the Year. He has worked for the
district since 2001.
Faulk said that Breese
has one of the toughest jobs
in the district being the air
conditioning repairman.
"No matter what, someone's
always too cold or too hot. I
don't know what we would do
without his expertise," Faulk
said.
Laura Jenkins is the
district office School-Related
Employee of the Year.
"Every supervisor wishes all
of their people were like her,"
said Finance Director Mike
Shockley.
"She stays on task and will
do any job for anyone and at
the end of the day, still has a
smile on her face."
Faulk said a few words about
Sam Johns, the Union County
transportation department's
School-Related Employee
of the Year. Johns, who has
been with the district for more
than 14 years, is a.school bus
mechanic.
"He is the one who is always
there early and always stays
late, doing everything he can
to ensure the safety of our bus-
riding students," Faulk said.
In reading a letter written by
Transportation Specialist Mike


Parrish family
reunion set
May 4
The annual Parrish family
reunion for descendants of the
Robert E. and Agnes Sessions
Parrish will be held on Sunday,
May 4, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
the Mount Zion Church social
hall in Lake Butler. All guests
please bring a covered dish for
lunch at 1 p.m.

Energy
assistance
funds
available
Suwannee River Economic
Council announces the
availability of funds from the
Department of Community
Affairs for home energy
assistance and crisis energy
assistance through the
Low Income Home Energy
Assistance Program.
The program assists eligible
households in paying for home
heating and cooling costs.
Clients must meet income
guidelines and provide proof

A lie gets halfway
around the world
before the truth has a
chance to get Its pants
on.
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****


Pittman, Faulk said,
"'Johns'llnuI her-one
priority is the safety
of the students in
Union County.
He is a loyal and
dedicated employee
to the children of
this district."
No health
insurance
increase...
In other school
board news, board
members were
happy to report that
for the fourth year
in a row, they been
able to absorb the
increased cost of
health insurance for
teachers.
"The board is
very pleased that
once again, there
will be no increase
in paycheck
deductions due to
insurance premium
increases for our
teachers," Shockley
said. Faulk also
gave recognition to
UCHS teacher Mike
Ripplinger for filling
in during a faculty
member's illness.

Thanks for the
help...
P.E. coach Aaron
Tetstone from Lake
Butler Elementary
School said that
he appreciated all
the parents who
came to help out
and support their
children during the
school's field day
event. The fourth-
grade field day
winning team was
Nadine Faulk's
class and the
third-grade winner
was Rhonda
Willingham'sclass.
Sporting Chance
of Starke donated
the classroom
championship
trophies and Bruce
Dukes of Southland
Surveying and
Mapping donated
100 wooden stakes
for the event:.


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rental agreement and an energy
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Applications are available
at the Outreach Center located
at 855 S.W. 6th Ave. in Lake
Butler. To make an appointment
.or -receive more information,
call (386) 496-2342.


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Trudy Andrews is the LBES School-Related Employee of the Year.


Penny Hersey (center) is the LBMS School-Related Employee
of the Year.and District SRE of the Year. She is shown here
with UCHS"Principal Russell Larramore (left) and Union County
Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk (right).


So much to do, so little done, such
things to be.
Lord Alfred Tennyson 1809-1892, British
Poet.


Sam Johns was W
commended for his
dedication to students, Shirley Alexander is the
as the transportation School-Related Employee
departments' School- of the Year for Tiger's Den
Related Employee of the DayCare.
Year.



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Touchstone
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hats as the i
SREofthe N
Year at the
Outpost 1
Alternative i i
School. Z


The Union GCunty Times publishes
announcements of upcoming events for
school church an4 civic aganizaions free
of charge. Call( 389q) 49-22q1 for more
information.



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Department for their tremendous effort to save
our home on March 13, 2008. Thanks also to the
American Red Cross, the Lake Butler Rotary Club,
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, the constitutional officers
of Union County and everyone in the community-,
for their prayers and support. Words cannot .
express the depth of our gratitude. God bless you
all.
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April 24, 2008 TIMES Page 5A



Williams chosen for Youth Tour


Earlier this month, 24 high
school juniors in the Clay
Electricser\icearea were chosen
b\ administrators to be school
representatives on a three-dayx
expense-paid, chaperoned trip
toTallahassee. courtesy of Clay
Electric. Union County High
School administrators chose
Clint Williams, son of Tom and
Lori Williams of Lake Butler,
as the school's representative.
During the trip, all of the
students had the opportunity
to obser \e state legislature in
session, learn about the Florida
Supreme Court and compete
to earn one of four spots for
an all-expense paid trip to
Washington. D.C. The trip is to
take place during the nation's
Youth Week, June 14-19.
While in Tallahassee, the
students took a written quiz
about electric cooperatives
and gave a speech which was
evaluated by a non-partisan
panel of judges. Study sheets
for the quiz as well as the topic
for the speech were provided
in advance. The topic for this
year's speech was "Who has
been the most influential person
regarding your education?" In


his speech, Williams credited
his father, 'lom Williams, as the
most influential person in his
education.
In his speech, Williams said
that when the word "influential"
comes to mind, some people
think of politicians like McCain,
Clinton or ()bama. Another
group might consider corporate
magnets such as Gates, Buffet
or Trump to be the real shakers
and movers. "However, for me,
that individual is my mentor,
my teacher, my supporter and
my dad."
Williams said his dad has
demonstrated leadership,
integrity, a good work ethic,
humility and faithfulness and
lives by the creed that more is
caught than taught.
Tom Williams, known as
"Bub" by his students and
colleagues, is an agriculture
teacher at Union County High
School. "Being a teacher's kid
can truly be a double-edged
sword. I have never been able to
get by with something without
my dad knowing about it."
Clint said he has used w hat he
has learned, through his dad's
teaching him ag education and


being a member of the I'TIA, to
develop public speaking and
parliamentary procedure skills.
He said he also I'eels lie now
hais greater career awareness
through the knowledge and
skills secured 'rom being in his
dad's food science class during
the past two cars.
Clint is also on a team of live
that won a state Food Science
Career Development event and
will represent UCHS and the
state of Florida at a national
competition in Indianapolis
later this year. "How many
people are blessed to say their
dad was the coach of a winning
team?" asked Clint.
The Youth, Tour program at
Clay Electric was implemented
in the summer of 1966. At that
time, two students were chosen
by an essay contest to travel to
Washington, D.C.
Information on the 2009
Youth tour program will be
available in fall of 2008. If
you are interested in the 2009
program, see your school
counselor or contact the co-
op's Member and Public
Relations ,Department in
Keystone Heights. If you have


Clint Williams


any questions, please contact
your local district office and
ask for the Member Relations
Department (ext. 8309).


Couch to attend Jr. National Tourney


Earlier this year,
County High School
Sharmaine Couch was


Union
junior
invited


to attend the Junior National
Tournament Gaines at the state
level in Orlando.


"I participated with the hopes
of being chosen as one of the
elite players to goon to represent


the state at the international
tournament," Couch said. Last
month, she received a letter
informing her that she had, in
fact, been chosen to play in the
international tournament.
Couch played guard on the
Union County High School
Lady Tigers basketball team
this past season, a team that
went on to win the school's
first district championship in
more than seven years. Couch
received the Coach's Award
and the Grid Iron Award (most
committed player) at the annual
basketball banquet. She was
also chosen as the Gainesville
Sun's Player of the Week.
. To help pay for the cost of
the trip, she will hold a car
wash and bake sale at Sptires
IGA on Saturday, May 3,
beginning at 7:30 a.m. Couch
is the daughter of Demetrise
Thomas and granddaughter of
Doris Thomas.

Car Wash and
Bake Sale
Saturday,
May 3
Spires IGA
Beginning at 7:30 a.m.


Sharmaine Couch was invited to attend the Junior National Tournament Games.


Nothing great in the world has ever
been accomplished without passion
G. W. F. Hegel
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Persistence is the twin sister of
excellence. One is a matter of quality;
the other, a matter of time.
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Woman wins State Hopping Contest
after using Thera-Gesic
BEXAR COUNTY- Mary Ann W. applied
Thera-Gesic" to her aching hip and one day later
went on to win the State Hopping Contest.
When asked what she likes'most about entering
hopping contests, she painlessly replied, "None
ofyour dang busin oess!"
Stay tuned for another Thera-Gesic' moment!


Union County Farmers Market
The grand opening for the spring season will be
held on Saturday, April 26, on C.R. 231 in Lake
Butler, across from Spires IGA and next door to
Jackson Hardware.

Agenda:
8 a.m.- Open to public
9 a.m. Welcome by Don Hicks, market
manager
9:05 a.m. Invocation by Pastor Art Peterson
9:10 a.m. FFA Agriculture Issues Team will
present "Immigration- The Source of or Solution
to the Problem." Amanda James, FFA adviser, and
team members Amy Emery, Lillie Emmelhainz,
Danielle Giebeig, Kenzie Jones and Joey O'Hern
will present information.
9:30 a.m. Music by Tommy Holmes and the
County Line Band
12 p.m. market closes for the day

Most of the farmers at the market are certified to accept
FMNP and Elder Care coupons. The market will continue to
open every Saturday until the first week of August.


Summer VPK
program
forming
If your child will be entering
kindergarten this fall. there
is a summer voluntary pre-
kindergarten program for
children who will turn five
years old on or before Sept. I,
2008.
If your child participated in
the VPK program at any of
the following locations, the\


are not eligible for the summer
program: Little Rainbows
Learning Center, Tiger's Den
or Lake Butler Elementary
School.
Please call Trish Ranard
at (386) 496-3047 for more
details.


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2 from Union honored


at UF for work in ROTC


On April 17. Air Force
ROT(C Detachment 150 at the
Inlli crsiti of Florida held an
awards ceremony. \\ o cadets,
Colonel Nicole Stanley and
Captain Brad Bryant, both
graduates of 0Union County'
High School. were among the
cadets receiv ing awards.

Stanley received the


Veterans of Foreign Wars
ROTC Citation and Medal
Award for outstanding
achievement and exceptional
leadership ability. She was
also awarded the Meritorious
Accommodations Award,
for which only the top five
percent of cadets qualify, and
the Commanders Leadership
Award in the form of a


ceremonial sword.
Bryant was presented
with the Military Officers
Association of America
Award for his outstanding
leadership and dedication, and
the Lt. J.L. Crown Memorial
Scholarship,. The scholarship
was set up at UF in memory
of a graduate and member of
Detachment 150.


Cadet Colonel Nicole Stanley and Cadet Captain Brad Bryant are former ROTC
students from UCHS who received awards at the University of Florida.


Church News
A462-0903


Providence Village:
Providence Village Baptist
Church Food Pantry and
Clothes Closet is now available
to needy families in the
communl ity. Located at 4504
SW S.R. 238 in Providence,
please call (352) 672-4114 for
an appointment.
Greater Elizabeth: Greater
Elizabeth Baptist Church of
Lake Butler will celebrate its
Family and Friends Day on
SundaN, April 27. at 11 a.m.
The church is located near the
intersection of C.R. 238 and
C.R. 231. Mistress of ceremony
will be minister Tina Jackson
with guest speaker as Elder
Boyzie M. Perry, pastor of
Christ Centered Community\
Church in Alachua. Dinner will
be served. The public is invited
to attend this celebration of
Christ. For more information,
contact Carlos or Mary
Williams at (386) 496-2818.

New Beginnings Holiness:
Pastor Samuel I.. Jackson and
Co-Pastor S. Session-Willis
of New Beginnings Holiness


(L-R) Shown here are UCSO Deputies Scott Andrews, Ken Smith and Willie Lee and
Lt. Lyn Williams, along with Tim Allen of Union County Emergency Management.



UCSO has presence at fair


During the recent Bradford
County Fair, the Union County
Sheriff's Office partnered with
the Starke Police Department
and the probation and parole
office to ensure a safe -and
positive experience during all
fair events.
With the increasing number
of Union County citizens
attending the fair, both law
enforcement agencies felt this
partnership would benefit both
areas in the interest of public


FCCD sets
golf tourney
May 27
The Florida Council on
Crime and Delinquency
Chapter V will host a golf
tournament on Tuesday,
May 27, to help raise money
for their many training and
community service events.
There will be four-man
scramble and captain's
choice for $50 per player or
$200 per team and Mulligans
$2 each or three for $5.


safety.
Union County provided its
mobile command post. The
post allowed for a highly
visible notification point for
all fair participants. UCSO
assisted citizens with vehicle
problems, safety issues and
emergency assistance as well
as fielding questions on crime
prevention, personal safety and
other issues.
Each agency also remained
on alert for-any known sex


offenders or predators in the
area to ensure the safety of
area children while attending
the fair.
The mobile command post
allowed Union County deputies
to. view a live database of all
sex offenders and predators and
also provided communications
with other law enforcement
agencies, emergency ser\ ices,
severe weather forecasts and
any urgent news alerts.


Awards will be provided
for first-, second- and third-
place teams and for the
closest to the pin and longest
drive.
The tournament will take
place at Southern Oaks Golf
Club in Lake City. Pre-
registration is available now
through May 21.
For further information,
please contact Joey Hill
at (386) 466-3018, Eddie
Winkler at (386) 466-1412
or Dennis Crawford at (386)
876-0674.


Church of Lake Butler invite
everyone to experience an
encounter with the Holy Ghost
on Sunday, May 4, at 3 p.m.
The event is sponsored by
WKSG 89.5 FM and will
include a musical concert
featuring Divine Destiny of
Lake Butler, God's Chosen
Vessel of the St. Johns,
Sacred Soul Gospel Singers
of Gainesville, the Spiritual
Highlights of Danville and the
Southland Gospel Singers of
Atlanta. The church is located
on the corner of S.R. 100 and
NW 99th Avenue. For more
information, please call (386)
496-1742 or (352) 260-8708.
St. James AME: St. James
AME Church, with Pastor
Georgia M. Edwards, invites
everyone to a praise with song
on Saturday, April 26, at 6 p.m.
featuring the Gospel Wonder
of Ocala and Lil' Johnny from
New York. The church is
located behind Spires IGA at
the intersection of C.R. 231 and
C.R. 238. For more information,
please call (386)-496-9785 or
Dialisa Perry-Hayes at (386)


462-0903.
Victory Christian Center:
Victory Christian Center of
Lake Butler will celebrate its
10th year of ministry with
events scheduled from Friday,
April 25, to Sunday, April 27.
Pastor Patrick Maxwell,
invites everyone to come out
and celebrate with the church
during the following activities
and services:
"Breakout" concert on
Saturday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m.
at the Lake Butler Community
Center;
Church picnic on Saturday,
April 26, from noon to 4 p.m. at
Eastside Park;
Worship services on Sunday,
April 27, at 11:30 a.m. with
Pastor Maxwell and, at 5 p.m.,
with Pastor Charles Roberson
and Kingdom Life Christian
Fellowship of Savannah, Ga.
Both services will be held
across the street from the church
at Lake Butler Elementary
School. For more information,
please call (386) 496-2115 or
Ella Littles at (352) 213-1480.


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April 24, 2008 TIMES Page 7A


Deadlines for scholarships approaching


Woman's Club

scholarship

deadline May 2
1 The Lake ButlerWoman's
Club is offering a $500
scholarship for a female


resident of Union County
to attend an accredited
university or college in the
state of Florida.
If you are interested,
please pick upanapplication
packet from Beth Moore in


the guidance department
at Union County High
School. All applications
must be submitted no later
than Friday, May 2.


HA scholarship

deadline set

April 30
Applications are currently
being accepted to award 12
scholarships in the amount
of $2,500 each to housing
authority tenants.
These scholarships are
not just for high school
seniors, but also for any
tenant currently enrolled in
college or who wants to
return to college and finish
a degree. Applicants must
have maintained at least a
2.5 cumulative grade point
average and be a resident
of the housing authority for
at least six months.
Applications require two
letters of recommendation


and a 300-words-or-less
essay on the topic, "What
was the most special
(positive) moment in your
life? How would you
create a moment like that
for someone else?"
Pick up an application at
the housing authority office
or at www.housingcenter.
corn on the Web. Completed
applications must be
postmarked no later than
Wednesday, April 30.


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world that is constantly
trying to make you
something else is the
greatest
accomplishment.
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vignettes of everyday people
'who tell their stories to
unforgettable cabaret music by
musical composer Jack Stella.
A teenager who has pitched
the game of her life. An elderly


man who sits on a park bench
and reminisces about his
Cheryl Ann. An enterprising
bag lady staying alive on the
city streets. These are just a few
of the characters introduced
with humor and poignancy in
"Familiar Faces."
Shows have been scheduled


for April 25-27 at 7 p.m. at the
playhouse located at 218 S.
Walnut St. in Starke. Tickets
are $15 and can be, purchased
at the playhouse box office
Monday-Wednesday from 5-7
p.m. or can be reserved .by
calling (352) 226-4082 (leave a
message if necessary).


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43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Estate Out of Area
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
48 Homes for Sale
49 Mobile Homes for Sale
50 For Rent


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2 Animals & Pets
3 Yard Sales
I Keystone Yard Sales
5 Wanted
6 Trade or Swap
7 For Sale
i Building Materials
9 Personal Services
0 Secretarial Services
I Scriptures
2 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
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2 BR, Treed Lot, New Wall
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Paint.
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Auctions
PRIME DEVELOPMENT
AUCTION 3,645 +
ACRES. Adjacent to Ce-
dar Creek DRI. May 8th
at 11am Baker County,
FL, 800-448-2074. Ste-
phen F. Burton, Broker/
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42
Motor Vehicles
DAVE'S AUTO SALES INC.
'00 TAURUS SE $2,950
CASH. Zero fees added!
Our price includes every-
thing. No bogus dealer
fees. Call 904-214-9357
or click dasmiddleburg.
corn
DAVE'S AUTO SALES INC
'99 RANGER XLT $5.950
at dasmiddleburg com or
come by. just south of
Middleburg on SR21 Call
904-214-9357.
DAVE'S AUTO SALES
INC. '03 PT CRUISER
GT Turbo 68K on sale for
$8,450 out the door, zero
fees added! 30 mpg. Click
dasmiddleburg.com or
call 904-214-9357.
DAVE'S AUTO SALES INC.
'00 GRAND CARAVAN
$6,450, only 86K. We
inspect, service and re-
pair before the sale. Click
dsmnilddleburg.com or
call 904-214-9357.
REMEMBER THIS AD AND
DAVE'S PAYS YOUR
TAG and title fees up
to $200. Map us das-
middleburg.corn or call
904-214-9357,
1997 LINCOLN CONTI-
NENTAL 61K MILES.
Asking $5,495. Call 413-
446-4176.
43
RVs and
Campers
2004.32"CEDAR CREEK
FIFTI-WHEEL2 slides,
rear kitchen and lots of
storage. Excellent condi-
tion, $20,000 OBO. Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
44
Boats and ATVs
ATV 250 TERMINATOR 4
WHEELER Like new,
$1,500. Call 352-485-
1082.
BOAT FOR SALE 1997
LUND PRO V 5 pedestal
seats, electronics, trolling
motor, rod and tackle stor-
age, 70hp Johnson, trailer
needs upgraded, $5,300.
Call 352-278-8166.
45
Land for Sale
220 ACRES SOUTH
GEORGIA. Rolling wood-
land with deer and turkey.
Includes cabin with deep
well and a creek on paved
road. Asking $479K, call
912-568-7480,
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONEIPUTNAM. Lots
for sale, 1/3 acre and
up, low down. Owner
financing available Call
1-800-616-8373.
1.75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available
Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundr) Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
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* Pinurn Washing
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*Yad W(or
* Garden Rotolilling
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Rotary Well Drilling 2-6" .,,o.,
6-1 N. Tcnlpiic Ave. tIS llwy i301 N.


HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND, Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $29,900.
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent).
OWNER FINANCE -
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river. Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608.
ACREAGE AND FARMS
-140 ACRES, 1 mile road
frontage. $6K/acre. Call
904-259-8028.
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4/2 MOBILE HOME, like
new. Financing available.
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146,
BLAKELY GA 26+ Acres. 3
miles Irom Kolomoki State
Park. Ideal lor home site
& hunting With creek
frontage Planted Pines
& Hardwoods Wildlife
in abundance, serious
inquiries only, $75,000.
Call 229-308-2890 or
904-966-0236.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART
OF DOWNTOWN 111
Call St., $201,000 new
roof, designed for res-
taurant. Also, one retail
store, downtown Starke,
$179,500 109 Call St.,
new roof, good for office,
retail, etc. Call 904-964-
4111.
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
COMMERCIAL OFFICES
for lease in Starke, across
from Courthouse on 301.
perfect for Attorney, CPA,
Title Company, Appraisal,
etc. Call Matt at 904-966-
0001,
OFFICE/RETAIL/SHOP
SPACE FOR LEASE.
A/C, large picture/display
window facing highway.
Overhead garage door


in shop. Ample parking.
322 SE SR 100, Keystone
Heights. $950/mth, call
352-473-8411 for details.
48
Homes for Sale
3/1 STUCCO HOME AT-
TACHED TO A 1/1 EF-
FICIENCY. 6 acres with
additional above ground
septic, deep well with pos-
sibility of additional mobile
home or RV. Located 2
miles from Starke on Hwy
100, 134th St. $184,000.
financing possible with
approved credit Call John
at 904-964-6305.
2 BED 1 BATH, 29 gage
metal roof, new electri-
cal wiring, plumbing, AC
unit, cabinets, floor cov-
ering, Florida Power and
Light utilities. 2 miles N.
of Starke on 301, $85K.
Price reduced, make offer.
Phone (352) 745-0039.
$500 DOWN, OWNER FI-
NANCING. Lakefront
manufactured home on
1/3 acre, $99K. 5762
Silver Sands Circle, Key-


stone Heights, FL 32656.
Call 800-813-6180.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
ONEACRE WITH 2BR MO-
BILE HOME. 6860 NW
204th Terr, Starke, FL.
Call 1-802-897-8624 or
904-782-3626.
1977 24X65 MOBILE HOME
ON ONE ACRE with new
4" deep well. $49K in
Lake Butler. Call 904-
966-0765
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
4/2 Will deliver and set
up for free. only $39.900
Call 904-783-4619
BRADFORD COUNTY 4/2
ON YOUR LAND. Only
$358/mth, call 904-783-
4619.
NEW "2008" LOT MODEL,
1800 sq ft. 3BR/2BA, up-
graded kitchen package,
master bedroom retreat,
sliding glass door with
furniture & decor, setup
& delivery, A/C, skirting,
steps $ 66,400. Call Larry


* Limerock Concrete Sand
* Slag Rock Crusher Run
* Crushcrete Masonry Sand
* Millings Gravels

Bradford Limerock
Since 19777
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-9126E1


lj SERVIC .


*Land Clearning Demolition
*Ponds *Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
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*Driveways Owner -Washout
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Pine and Hardwoods

Small & Large Tracts
Josh Crawford Michael Hardee
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"2008" 28X44 3/2, FLEET-
WOOD, $29,900. Call
Larry at 904-259-1100.
NEW "2008" 28X72 4/2,
1890 SO FT. Sliding glass
door, side by side refrig-
erator, dishwasher, furni-
ture and decor. $49,900,
904-259-8028.
1 ACRE WITH 2000, 28X60
3/2 MOBILE HOME. Like
new with well and septic.
Financing available. In
Union County, $74K, call
386-496-1146.
ONE ACRE WITH MH 2BR.
6860 NW 204th Terrace.
Call 904-782-3626.
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 1 ACRE lo-
cated in High Ridge,
Keystone Heights. As is
$35,000. Call Michele
352-475-1262.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
ON SR 121 TWO MO-
BILE HOMES, one 3
bedroom and one 2 bed-
room, on 2.5 acres. Deep
well, two septic tanks and


power poles. Zoned com-
mercial. Asking 65K. Call
386-496-2540
FOR SALE GREAT DEAL
JACOBSEN TRIPLE
WIDE, must be moved to
your lot/land. 4/2 2,200
sq. ft., fireplace, office/
study, extra large master
many upgrades. $49,500
negotiable, call for ap-
pointment 904-759-9629
or 904-591-0276.
TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
KNOW ABOUT or don't
plan for? Then buy my
2008 28x80 for $67K, or
my 28x60 4BR for $52K.
Includes permits, well,
septic, power pole, all
hook-ups, set-up, A/C,
skirting, steps. No impact
fees. Call Bruce or Lynn,
352-378-2453.
MUST SELL, NEVER TI-
TLED. 4/2 Fleetwood
2008 model. All warran-
ties apply. Will move and
set-up for only $39,995.
Call Matt at 352-378-
2453.


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Community Church of
Keystone Heights
Fellowship Hall- Behind Ace Hardware
*FRIDAY, APRIL 25 9AM-4PM*
SATURDAY- 'DOLLAR A BAG DAY'
*9AM-NOON*
CLOTHING, KITCHEN ITEMS, LINENS, BOOKS,
ELECTRONICS, CRAFTS, TOYS
"SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE**
'Proceeds Help Support Many Missions



1/1 Apt, private entrance, furnished &
utilities. $700/month & Security.
1/1 Apt, private entrance, unfurnished &
utilities. $700/month.
3/2 Home on Little Lake GeneV $950/
month & Security. (CR-49)
3/2 Two story home in Keystone Golf &
Country Club $1,100/month & Security.
3/2 Home on Lakawana $1,200/month &
Security.
2/1 Apt. Lake Geneva, $650/month &
Security.
2/1 in Triplex, Clay County, Lake Access.
$600/month & security.
Commercial Building in Keystone Heights
on SR-21. $900/month & security. (R-41)

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COUNTRY LIVING ONLY $79,900, On paved road, 1.7
acres, pond, 66x28, 4 BR/2BA, fireplace, metal roof, 2
porches, fenced, all appliances, carport, storage and work
shop. Move in now, located between Worthington Springs
and Lake Butler. 2 blocks off SR 121 on Little' Springs
Road. Call Ray at 352-339-4132 or 386-496-2829.


Theatre group presents


Familiar Faces April 25-27


Christian

Academy

benefit set

May 17
The Cassels Christian
Academy golf
tournaments will take
place on Saturday, May
17, at the Starke Golf
and Country Club. Sign
up now for four-person
teams, two shotgun starts
or captain's choice. The
cost is $200 per team
and all proceeds will
benefit Cassels Christian
Academy in Starke. For
registration or more
information, please call
(904) 964-2245.


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ONE ACRE LOT FOR RENTI
MOBILE HOME READY.
No travel trailer or RV
$200/mth, call 904-796-
0442.
FURNISHED-ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid' Central loca-
tion 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135 /wk
Room without bath. $100
Laundry facilities avail-
able Close to churches.
stores, downtown shop-
ping theatre. and more'
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323
LAKEFRONT RENTAL -
$950/mth. Other rentals
available. Call 678-438-
6828, for more informa-
tion
OWN YOUR OWN HOME -
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NITY. No banks, flexible
terms. Lake Butler area.
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LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street, Lake Butler, Fl
32054. Ph:386-496-3141,
TDD/TTY 711. Rental
assistance for qualified
applicants. 1,2,3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC acces-
sible apartments. Laun-
dry facility & playground.
Water, sewer & garbage
provided. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME,
USE YOUR T4X RE-
FUND CHECK to own
your own home. We can
make it happen. Call for
more details, 386-496-
8111 or go to www.hid-
denoaksmhc.com.
2/1 GARAGE APARTMENT.
Private, but in town. $450.
first, last, deposit, lease.
Call 904-964-3579.
$499 MOVE-IN SPECIAL.
2 & 3 BR mobile homes.
Hidden Oaks Manufac-
tured Home Community,
Lake Butler. Call for de-
tails, 386-496-8111.
3BR RENTAL $900/MTH.
CALLSUSAN FAULKNER
O'NEAL, 352-745-1212,
owner/agent.
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME. 2/2, $600/MTH.
Located in Lake Butler.
Call 904-966-0765.
BIG LAKE SANTA FE -
COZY 2BR FURNISHED
APARTMENT. 120 foot
pier with covered fish-
ing and picnic deck, awe
inspiring sunsets. First,
last, plus security $700/
mth, includes electric. Call
352-475-5832
2BR/2BA TRAILER excel-
lent condition, 4 miles
from downtown. Call
850-258-4128. $500 per
month.
MELROSE 2BR/1.5BA in
very quiet and clean MH
community. Nice, open
layout, recently renno-
vated, new flooring and
paint. $475 per month,
$300 deposit. Clean crimi-
nal history required. Call
352-475-6285.
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON
2 ACRES. Pole barn,
fenced with pond. $675/
mth plus deposit. Call
904-368-9762 or 904-
334-7179.
$500 DOWN. OWNER FI-
NANCING. Lakefront
manufactured home on
1/3 acre, $99K. 5762
Silver Sands Circle, Key-
stone Heights. FL 32656.
Call 800-813-6180
ONE YEAR OLD HOUSE.
3/2 2 car garage, tile
floors, granite counter-
tops, jacuzzi, tub and
walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess. Available June 1st,
$1,200/mth. One month
deposit, service animals
only. Call 352-473-3560.
3/2 WITH GARAGE QUIET
NEIGHBORHOOD. 317
Redgrave St., Starke.


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6096
(2) 2/1 MOBILE HOMES
FOR RENT Very clean,
good locations, CH/A,
w/d hook-up $445/mth
plus deposit. Call 904-
368-0832,
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in Clay
County, close to Keystone
Heights. $750/mth, call
352-475-6260.
ROOMMATE WANTED TO
SHARE HOUSE in Lake
Butler. $550/mth plus
security deposit. Call
904-964-6545.
2/1 HOUSE ON 1/2 ACRE
CENTRAL AC, carpet,
in Starke. $575/mth plus
$575/dep. Call 904-514-
9232.

3/1 SWMH GRIFFIS LOOP.
Call 904-364-6479 or 352-
481-5758.
3 BEDROOM DOUBLE
WIDE NEWLY REMOD-
ELED trailer home on
lake, 5 acres, Keystone
Heights area. $900/mth.
Deposit required. 352-
.262-1980.
2/1 LAKEVIEW HOUSE IN
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
near McRae Elementary.
$625/mth. Call 904-614-
7170.
LOOKING FOR A ROOM-
MATE $350/MTH. FE-
MALE preferred. In Law-
tey Call 904-894-2552.
WALDO VILLAS 1 & 2BR
APARTMENTS AVAIL-
ABLE. Call Nita at 352-
468-1971.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 3/2
BRICK HOME. Walking
distance to school, salt-
water pool, quiet dead
end street. $975/mth.
first, last plus $600/dep
Fenced yard, new wash-
er/dryer, all rooms have
ceiling fans and blinds, 2
sheds.,carport. Call 307-
690-9509.
RAIFORD 2/1 MOBILE
HOME AT END OF
PAVED STREET. Very
quiet neighborhood close
to prisons. $500/mth, call
386-431-1197.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles


ROOMS

FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL.*$35 & Up
Low Daily & Weekly Rates
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable/HBO
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


to choose Irom Call
904-964-576.1 for more
inlormalion.
PEEK-A-POO FEMALE with
papers, and shols up to
date at lown and Country
Vet. Must sell Call 904-
312-1158.
3 LOVABLE FLOPPY
EARED NUBIAN BUCK-
LINGS $75 each, ne-
gotiable Call 904-964-
3704
MUST SELL. PASO CROSS
MARE. BAY ROAN -
$775. Black mare with
stockings and blaze $80.
Sorrel Welch pony $750.
AQHA mare $1,700.
Youth saddle, blanket,
bridle and hack $175 Call
904-964-6516
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
Pre-owned by elderly lady,
small, part pug. Spayed,
6yrs. Call Jean at 352-
473-2269.
RABBITRY FOR SALE 30
various size hutches. 60
oversize litter pans (2 per
hutch). 48 water bottles.
23 lifetime feed bowls.
23 rabbits, common, N
Dwarf, and mini-Rex each
with name/breed/DOB
tags. $500 cash, contact
Bob Paine at 352-478-
2072 (H) or 352-473-4001
(W)
53A
Yard Sales
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
APRIL 25TH AND 26TH.
Morgan Rd across from
the church.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
SATURDAY, 4/26, 8am-
? Baby clothes, women's
clothes, baby crib and
misc. SR100 East, next .


to Idward's Grocery.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
9AM-3PM 1730 Rai-
tord Rd. From clothes to
household items, lots to
choose from.
RETIREMENT SALE
PRICED TO SELL. Ta-
bles oak dining, small
halt moon, burl walnut
drop leaf; kitchen and
more. Sets of chairs oak
dining, oak rockers, kitch-
en, upholstered, office
and more. Enamel ware
pots and pans, shelves,
dressers, linens, trunks
and more. Free piano.
The Ole Trunk, 14677
US 301 S, over Mosley
Tire. 9:30am 3:30pm
M-F, 9:30am 12:00pm
Sat. Call 904-964-6653
or 904-964-6813.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE IN
GREEN ACRES OFF
SR 16, 1403 Debra St.
Spring cleaning, lots ol
items houseware, toys,
baby items, shoes and
clothes including Gap,
Aeropostle, Express, Lim-
ited, Gymboree. Old Navy
and Polo Fri 25th and
Sat. 26th.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE.
April 26, 8am-1pm 375 E
Mimosa Dr. (3rd left oil
Bessenl Rd).. Kitchen
items, bedding, toys and
much more. Something
for everyone. No early
birds.
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
990 SE 27TH ST MEL-
ROSE' April 25 aind 26,
7am-dark.
5755 ACADIA- THURSDAY,


FRIDAY AND SAUIJI-.
DAY rools, lawnmowers.
trailers, yard Iractori, musi-
cal instruments, electric
guitars, clothing
RUMMAGE SALE COM-
' MUNITY CHURCH OF
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
behind Ace Hardware,
Friday, April 25th, 9am-
4pm and Saturday, April
26th, (dollar a bag day),
9am-noon.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE.
704 SR 100 East. Friday,
April 25, 10am-4pm and
Saturday, April 26, 8am-
4pm. Furniture, toys and
fabrics.
YOUTH YARD SALE. Sat-
urday, April 26, 7am- 1pm.
Inside Keystone United
Methodist Church, follow
signs, behind sanctuary.
Proceeds benefit youth
missions,
55
Wanted
WANTED DISH NET-
WORK RECEIVERS. Will
pay cash and will pick up.
Call 352-284-8140.
57
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available. For ap-
poinlments., call 904-964-
8801.
MATTRESS TWIN sets $89,
full sets $129, Queen sets
$159, King sets $189.
Mattress Factory, 441
East Brownlee St. Save
a lot. Cash and carry. Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888,


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker

[9041964-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com











This 2 story 4000,sq ft home is just waiting for your large extended
family. Pool with guest/mother-inlaw cottage. Workshop. Granite in
kitchen. Formal LR & DR. Family room/game room. Huge Master Suite.
Priced to sell $450,000
OFFICE SPACE Waterfront Lot
FOR RENT Crosbv Lake in Lakewood


Commercial Buildingr
Lawtey
U.S. Hwy 301


REDUCED!
COMMERCIAL SITES available.
Vacant or with buildings.


BUSINESSES... CHURCHES... SCHOOLS!


2006 NEEDA VAN?

FORD XLT

SUPER DUTY


$1 6,000
CALL TODAY


130 Holly Hill Lane Hawthorne, FL
New DWMH off paved Baden Powell Road. Double door refrigerator, flat
top stove, microwave, oak cabinets, Maytag washer and dryer, many
upgrades. Cathedral ceilings. Double carport with huge workshop. Front
porch and back yard fish pond. Fully fenced.
$109,000
Visit our Web page www.century21Ishowcase.net -..^^. "i


USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
A SET OF FOUR 17 inch
rims, with low profile sport
tires, like new. Asking
$275 OBO. Call 352-745-
2333 or 352-745-1865.t
HORSE TRAILER 2002
Longhorn GN, combo 4
horse slant, drop down
windows, dressing room,
w/AC, cabinets, bed.
$8,000 OBO. Call 352-
258-4473.
5FT BOX BLADE, 6FT
ROAD BLADE, 5FT HAR-
ROWS, and 6' Bush hog
mower. $1.,200 for all or
will sell seperately. Call
352-485-1082.
STORAGE TRAILERS
FOR SALE 48' LONG.
Herndon's Diesel, Lawtey,
FL Call 904-769-9437 or
904-769-6351.
DO YOU SUFFER FROM
ARTHRITIS, Fibromyalgia
or any other inflammatory
disorder? As per your
request: XANGO is now
available at Healthy Liv-
ing 4 U, 179 S. Lawrence
Blvd., Keystone Heights,
FL 32656. Phone, 352-
473-3663. To order direct
from Xango or become
a distributor, call 1-877-
469-2646 (Quote No.:
11574970).
OAK CHINA CABINET
WITH LIGHTS. Excel-
lent condition, $225. Call


904-964-6545.
3-WHEEL GOLF CART.
NEEDS TIRE AND A LIT-
TLE TLC, with charger
$300 Grandlather clock
dark wood $25 Dresser
with mirror 6 IIt length
$100 Dark wood kitchen
table with six chairs $50.
Children's little tyke desk
with chair and working
overhead light $25 pack
and go playpen $50 -
Black leather chair $25.
Call 904-364-6690.
FORD COMMERCIAL
LAWNMOWER CM224.
The wife can now mow
with it too. Power steer-
ing, automatic trans. 4x4
if you need it. It has a
steering wheel and qual-
ity seat, 5' front cut, only
118 hours. Commercial
means heavy duty con-
struction, this diesel is
very good on fuel, trouble
free and very powerful
Try it, you will like it. Only
$4,900 OBO. Call 352-
339-4132.
5PC DINETTE SET WITH
GLASS TOP TABLE. 4
cushioned chairs, excel-
lent condition, $150. Ar-
rowood bookcase head-
board, full to queen, $100.
Call 352-475-3758, leave
message.
1992 YAMAHA SCOOTER,
1,300 MILES. New bat-
tery, $600. Call 307-690-
9509.


Atac:tiut/Bradford A Coemun.lp P1 rtnrship
Let FloridaWorks assist you with your
job search. Use the fax machine to fax
resumes/applications, use copy machine
to make copies of resume/applications,
computers for job search, and phones to
contact employers. All job related
services are free. Stop by the
FloridaWorks office at 819 S. Walnut St.,
Starke, or call 904-964-8092.
www.floridaworksonline.com


Timberland For Sale
All Tracts Have Planted Pine &
Paved Road Frontage

Bradford County
493 ac $5,000/ac
368 ac $3,500/ac
320 ac $3,500/ac
237 ac $3,500/ac


SOUTHERN PROPERTY SERVICES
352-475-3500
352-375-7731
Website:
Floridalandl.com


59
Personal
Services '
CLARK. FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: 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.
$$$ FOR JUNK CARS -
GET TOP MONEY for
your junk car. There is no
charge for this service and
we'll put some fast cash
in your hand. No title, no
problem. Call 877-695-
JUNK (5865).
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $100 and


up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
IMMIGRATION/NATURAL-
IZATION FORMS, LET-
TERS, document lists
prepared. Non-attorney.
Call 352-473-3394, leave
message.
WILL CLEAN HOUSES
VERY THOROUGH,
good references, own
cleaning supplies.. Will
clean/bathe animals also.
Call 904-796-2319 or 352-
468-2196.
SENIORS DISABLED I
PROVIDE ASSISTANCE
in your home. Errands,
meals, housekeeping,
laundry. Years of experi-
ence. Call 352-478-6003
(cell).
64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
lord County No transfer
lee RealtyMaslers. Real-


Smith & Smith Realty

*Sheila Daugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell
(904) 964-9222 office
*4B R H, Pool, Tool Sheds &
Pi %l knR 3 acres. Bring Horses.
$140,000 MLS#409043
*3BR/l BA on Orange Street, Hardwood Fls.
Floors & Above-ground Pool.
$L3-600 Reduced $106,000 MLS#421161

1 Acre Wooded in Pleasant Grove Area.
Mobile Home Allowed. $20,000
MLS #402345
1.25 Acres on Comer of N.E. 12th Ave.
& 171st Street $20,000
MLS #424653
*2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
$32,000 MLS #420759
,'9'8 Ancefs--Weed, Marketaible Timber-':
ced $423,895 MLs#323147.

* 10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes.
Rednced$p 9 t9Q 0O nnL v t-nmI0,


New Listings


$139,000. 3BR/1.5BA. On Southgate Dr. in
Starke with detached garage and an extra
lot.


$249,000. 3BR/2BA. New construction
with many upgrades in Clay County.


Reduced-Motivated Sellers
_________ I


$228,000. 3BR/2
Home on Lake Hut(


7I REDUCED

$225,000. 3/2. On Lake
Loch Lominond with one
car garage.


.5BA. $248,900. 3BA/2BA. With $265.000. 3BR/2BA. On
2,525 SF on 4.77 +/- acres.
chinson. Barn, detached efficiency & one acre with detached
above grouindL pIool. garage/shop.


KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES


3 Lots Near Golf Course, Reduced to $29,900 ea.

Motivated Seller Says, "BRING ALL OFFERS!!!"



CaalMeCissa atoay at.y 352-494-1829


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Mk ulti-Million Dollar I rlicr


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REALTOR


,AR J Cormran Aa
Railroad Company ;j
SMaterial Sales, LLC
Laborer/Driver
RJ Corman Material Sales seeks CDL-A Driver.
Mechanical and Boom experience a plus. full-time
position with competitive pay and benefits.

Call 904-964-2100
Apply in person:
14550 SE 43rd St., Starke, FL 32091
or email resume to:
jobs@rjcorman.com
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MAIN SI-REET PIZZERIA
IN LAKE BUTLER FOR
SALE Owner financ-
ing available Turn key
operation Call 904-314-
4366
65
Help Wanted
CUST OMER SERVICE
AND PRODUCTION
PERSONNEL with good
attendance and punctual-
ity records, Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N Temple
Ave. Starke. No phone
calls
CAREGIVER CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled
clients. 2 or 3 days per
week. Sunrise Homec-
are Services, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.

FIBERGLASS LAMINA-
TOR AND PARTS TRIM-
MER NEEDED. 40hr/wk,
FT. Apply in person at
US Body. 1.5 miles S of
Hampton on 325.
ELECTRICIAN WITH expe-
rierce, Prestige Electric.
Call 352-745-0650.
FULL TIME POSITION:
Seeking a focused pro-
fessional, responsible,
motivated, and with great
people skills. Must be
able to lift 150+lbs. Fax
resume to 904-964-9233
or 904-259-9707.
HELPEER NEEDED FOR
HOME REPAIR WORK,
Call 352-475-1596.
CNA DR ATTENDANT -
ALZHEIMER'S FACILITY.
PT-FT. 3-11/11-7 shifts.
Experience with elderly
derrientia residents. Call
904-284-8506 or 904-
284a,8200 or 800-638-
3138. Penney Retirement
Conimunity. Drug Free
Workplace and EOE.

PARTS DEPT. POSITION
AVAILABLE. Must have
experience with comput-
ers,:write legibly and be
familiar with tractors,
engines, lawnmowers,
etc.- Apply in person at
Lazinby Equipment, Hwy
301.- Drug Free Work
Place, 904-964-4238.
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE is hiring all posi-
tions: climbers, bucket
and boom truck operators
for FIT employment. Must
have valid drivers license.
CDL. a plus. Call (352)
378-5801 ext 4.












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ASSOCIATE
PROFESSOR,
ANATOMY &
PHYSIOLOGY
Master's Degree with at
least 18 graduate hours
in discipline; Medical
Doctorate; or Master's
with 18 graduate hours
in work centered on
Human Anatomy &
Physiology.
Ability to also teach
Biology. Physical
Science, or other science
related course desired.
168 Duty Days.Tenured
Track To Commence
August 2008
Salary: Based on degree
and experience, plus
benefits
Review of applications
will begin
May 20, 2008
Persons interested
should provide College
application, vita, and
photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be
submitted with official
translation and
evaluation.
Position details and
applications available
on web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Human Resources
Lake City
Community College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl
32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
E-Mail:


boettcherg@lakecitycc.
edu
LCCC is accredited by
the Commission on
Colleges of the Southern
Association of Colleges
and Schools.
VP/AI)A/EA/EO)
College in Education
and
Employmcnti


HAIR STYLIST NEEDED,
at 0' Hair. Call Whitney
at (352) 339-06-14
FISCAL ASSISTANT The
New River Landfill is ac-
cepting applications [or a
lull-time Fiscal Assistant
Must be experienced in
financial procedures, re-
cord keeping and pro-
ficient in Excel. Apply
at New River Regional
Landfill office, SR 121,
3 miles north of Railord.
Florida. Salary commen-
surate with experience.
Applications should be
submitted to the Finance
Officer by 3 00 p m on
Monday 4/28/08 For fur-
ther information, call 386-
431-1000 New River
Solid Waste is a drug-free
workplace and an Equal,
Opportunity Employer.
SERVICE AIDE position
available n Macclenny.
Required high school di-
ploma or GED. 2 years
minimum experience in
the education, child care,
medical, psychiatric, nurs-
ing fields or working with
people with development
disabilities. Apply in per-
son at Baker Adult Day
Training Center, 678 Mac-
clenny Avenue.
PLUMBER/HELPER., some
commercial residents,
Keystone Heights area.
Call 352-235-0915.
IRS JOBS $18.46-$32.60/
HR- NOW HIRING. Paid
training is provided. For


appointment andIi ee
government job into, call
American Association of
Labor al 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serv.
FRONT DESK PERSON
FOR BUSY INSURANCE
AGENCY. Full lime posi-
tion. Must be able to mul-
titask and have computer
skills. Apply in person at
Mr. Auto Insurance, 105
Edwards. Slarke or tax re-
sume to 904-964-2935,
HIRING BEST QUALIFIED.
Aircraft maintenance
managers. High school
diploma graduates age
17-34. No experience
needed. We train with full
pay. Paid relocation. Call
800-342-8125, Mon-Fri,
9am-5pm.
FULLTIME SITE MANAGER
POSITION AVAILABLE.
Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm, Sat,
9am-2pm. Some office
experience preferred.
Must be 18 years or older.
Apply in person at Handi
House of Starke, 904-
964-2225 or call Christy
at 352-235-1676. Starting
pay, $8/hr.
GAL TRAINING BECOME
A CHILD ADVOCATE.
Have you had a desire
to make a difference in
your community while
also helping a child? The
children we serve need
you as their voice; they
need someone to tell their
story and represent their
best interest in hopes of


Child Care "Gal Friday"
Our Ms. Susie is retiring after 15 years.

Midway Learnine Center seeking
mature responsible individual who
loves children. Duties included: Open
the Center at 6am, Mon-Fri, greet
families, help prepare breakfast and
assist in classroom.
45 hour Cert, CPR and First Aid a plus.
Part time or full time. Contact Ms. Pat
at (352) 475-2132 or stop in at 8682 St
Rd 21, Melrose.






TRACK
( FOOD STORE )


Customer Service

Associates Needed
Seeking highly motivated employees
with initiative to excel for our Lake
Butler location. Competitive salary,
bonus, benefits and opportunity to
join a progressive and fast growing
company. Call Judy, Store Manager,
at 386-496-3016 or call Tammy,
District Supervisor, at 352-333-3011
ext. 43.


bringing aibott chao1190
in their lilo. Iho positive
impact our volunteers
have in a child's life is
beyond measure. I ask
you to please consider
volunteering in your com-
munity by advocating for
our most precious, and
most vulnerable citizens
- our children. Your lo-
cal Guardian ad Litem
child advocacy program
urgently needs assistance
to serve the more than
175 children who are cur-
rently represented by their
program. The next train-
ing session in your area
will begin April 28th, so
please contact Kathy or
Lisa at the Starke office


to bei)iin tIe reogistratlion
process You ca inake a
diffelorece in a child's life,
Call 904-966-6237.
PAINT PRODUCTION SU-
PERVISOR Supervises
and trains workers pro-
ducing traffic marking
pain, while assisting in
production scheduling,
materials procurement
and customer service.
Also maintains workplace
safely and environmental
health regulatory proce-
dures and records. Apply
online at: https://www.
adpselect.com/apps/job-
fitSel.jsp?cst=1318010.
(link is case sensitive).
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Transportation. Home
every weekend guaran-
teed. 65% preloaded/pre-
tarped. CDL-A. required,
call 877-428-5627, www.
ctdrivers.com.
TECHNICIAN ASSISTANT
NEEDED for shop and
field work. Some duties
include collection of air
emissions samples and
shop work, Occasional
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ladders and stairs and
outdoor work is required
(applicant must not be
afraid of heights). Fre-
quent travel and overtime
required. DFW, EOE.
Contact Ambient Air Ser-
vices, In., 904-964-8440.
Please apply in person
or fax resume to 904-
S964-6675.
A REFERENCE ASSIS-
TANT AND CHILDREN'S
SERVICES ASSISTANT


for Bradford County Pub-
lic Library. Applications
and job descriptions avail-
able at Clerk of Court's
office. Bradford County
Courthouse. $8.37/hr,
applications close at 9am,
May 5, 2008. EOE Em-
ployer.
SECRETARY FOR CHRIS-
TIAN OFFICE. Must be
computer literate. No
smoking ordrinking. Send
resume to PO Box 2002,


apply online at www.TeamMomex.com. Or apply in person
at 808 South Walnut, Starke, FL.



RN's & LPN's

ALL Critical Care & Med/Surg RNs and LPNs
your help Is needed ASAP In Alachua Countyll
PRN assignments day and evening shifts
available. GREAT PAY RNs $28-33/hr & LPNs
$19-25/hr. PTO & many other great benefits.
Please call Interim Staffing TODAY 0 352-
387-0274. Fax resume to 352-351-5140 or
email to krlstinvanmeter@aol.com.







HEALTHCARE STAFFING


Keystone Heights, FL.
STAFF NEEDED TO WORK
in Starke and Lake Butler
area weekends. Must
have HS diploma/GED,
ability to pass background
screening. One year
experience. Pay range
$7.50-$9.50/hr. Call 904-
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STORES CLERK
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Independent clerical
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process incoming and
outgoing mail. Receive
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shipments. Heavy (45
pounds and over) lifting
and carrying. High
School diploma or
equivalent plus 2 years
clerical experience
required. Computer
literate.
Salary: $19,602
annually, plus benefits.
Application Deadline:
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College application
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College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City FL 32025
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4594
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Employment Opportunities


Are you looking for a GREAT place to work? Join us at Gainesville's
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Human Service Worker II's
Annual starting salary: 19,966.00
Behavioral Program Associates:
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Behavioral Program Specialist:
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have a Master's Degree or higher in
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covers the basic proficiencies of mental
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direct delivery of counseling services.
Must hold a Florida license in Mental
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Knowledge and ability to work with an
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Page 10A TIMES April 24, 2008


Scenes from Tiger

Idol's final four...


Drama students gave a sneak preview of UCHS' upcoming performance of "Bye, Bye Birdie," which will show
Thursday and Friday, May 8-9. Pictured (I-r) Josh Dicks, Susan Thomas, Robbie Jarvis, Dayle Giebeig, Hillary
Ricks, Deadra Jones and Adam Waters.


This year's Tiger Idol is Melissa Dukes. She sang
Martina McBride's "My Valentine" and Patsy Cline's
"Walking After Midnight."





RIGHT: Camryn Wessner
performed two songs she
wrote herself. One song,
which she performed
while playing the piano,
she named "This Song
Has No Title" and, one
she performed while
playing the guitar, she
titled "Overdue." Wessner
was the second runner up
in the final competition.


RIGHT: Mia Chisholm
chats with Idol co-host
Joey O'Hern. Chisholm
performed Whitney
Houston's "Exhale" and
"I Wanna Dance with
Somebody" and was
the first runner up in the
competition.


RIGHT: Kayla Hartley
receives a hug and a kiss
from Idol co-host Tiana
Jarvis. Hartley started
with the Pretenders' "I'll
Stand By You" and sang
"Gunpowder and Lead"
by Miranda Lambert for
her final performance.
Hartley placed as
third runner up in the
competition.


RIMES:
Continued from p. 3A

ever been in. I am also currently
an appointed county liaison for
the governor's office under the
direction of Enterprise Florida
for the Rural Area of Critical
Economic Concern.
During the past seven years
as a volunteer elected official,
I have worked closely with
other top officials in many
departments and organizations
that control state and federal
government funding for Union
County. I regularly attend
meetings and have made
contacts with the directors and
supervisors in the capacity
of requesting assistance with
federal and state grants for the
city of Worthington Springs.
These include the Florida
Legislation, Department of
Transportation, Department
,of Environmental Protection,
Suwannee River Water
Management District, FEMA,
North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council, Florida
League of Cities, Clearing
House Committee, Enterprise
Florida, North Florida Rural
Water Association, Shands
Safe Kids, Florida Highway
Patrol, Union County School
Board, Union County Sheriff's
Office, surrounding county
commissioners and the office
of the governor.
I have established a
relationship that allows me
to, at least once a month,
speak directly with our state
representatives, including
Senator Steve Oelrich,
Representative Aaron Bean,
Congressman Ander Crenshaw
and U.S. Senator Bill Nelson,
for the purpose of offering a
status report of the progress
and needs of our city. I am
proud to say that I do not
leave messages with assistants
to forward; I speak directly
with these dignitaries.
In order to save expenditures
for Worthington Springs, I
have learned very well how
to seek out, apply for, write,
submit and, most importantly,
obtain grants from state and
federal funding programs for
the benefit of our community.
During my service to
Worthington Springs, I have
successfully acquired more
than $1.3 million for city
projects with an additional
$300,000 to be awarded this
year for the city ball park and
recreation park adjacent to the
new community center.


I am very proud of what I
have been able to accomplish
for Worthington Springs in
so much that I would like
to apply this experience and
financial resourcefulness for
all of Union County. I have
gained this experience and
knowledge through dedication
and a very active participation
in what needs to be done and
not taking "no" or "it can't be
done" for an answer.
My positive state of
mind has offered me recent
acknowledgement by
Enterprise Florida with a
nomination for Business
Leader of the Year.
If I am to serve our county,


one of my goals would be
to actively seek and acquire
funding and grants for
programs such as recreation
facilities for our children,
job sharing programs with
the state, equipment surplus
programs, grant overlays,
lease renewals with options
to purchase with little or no
interest supported by the
federal government, federal
and state assistance programs
for county employees and
others that our county shows
a need for.
These programs are offered
to our community at no
charge to the taxpayers. The
application process is no easy


task, but with my experience
and contacts. I feel I can offer
an edge in meeting the goal.
I feel the job of running
the county requires dealing
with a thorough understanding
of balancing a multi-million
dollar budget, good employee
relations, positive economic
decision making, working
together with other elected
officials and, at the end of
the day, the county ought to
be making money, paying
its employees "well, putting
money in the bank, planning
for road improvements and
infrastructure, ensuring our
children's welfare and, last but
not least, a plan should be in


0


place for the well-being of
all the residents of our fine
county. We deserve it!
When you vote in November,
remember that you are hiring
an individual who should be
able to. from day to day. give
you the best representation of
what is needed for the county
and will be able to accomplish
the duties of the job. I offer to
you my credentials, expertise
and a proven track record of
results to do the job.
I look forward to assisting all
the residents of Union County.
Please feel free to contact me
for any questions you may
have at this time. My cell phone
number is (352) 538-7010.


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Section B: Thursday, April 24, 2008



Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area


3 from Keystone earn state medals
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Athletic Association Finals, Keystone who qualified for the two other lifters, but because we
Tele'graph Staff Writer which were held April 18 in state finals. He, was fifth in the of his *body weight, he placed Sti
-- stone Heights boys' Daytona Beach. 154-pound class with a 515- ahead of Semaj Washington of ha.
eystone tlifters Garrett The top six lifters in each pound total. His bench press of Harmony and Jermaine West
Strickland. Dennis Taylor and weight class earned medals. 280 pounds was third best in of Mulberry. pla
Sam Thiesen earned medals at Strickland was the highest the class. Jarrett Yulee of Suwannee we
the Florida High School placer of the six from Strickland actually tied' with and Anthony Golden of Altha po


in weightlifting


ere first and second in
Aickland's class. Each lifter
d a 540-pound total.
Taylor and Thiesen each
aced sixth in his respective
eight class. Taylor had a 375-
und total (190-pound bench


press, 185-pound clean and
jerk) in the 119 class, while
Thiesen had a 600-pound total
(325, 275) in the 183-pound
class. Taylor and Thiesen each
See MEDAL p.1 2B


Dennison

captures

district title
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It may have just been her
first year playing the sport, but
that didn't stop Bradford High
School sophomore Grace
Dennison from winning the
District 4-2A championship in
tennis at the number-five
singles spot.
"I didn't think I was going to
make it that far," Dennison
said.
She played four matches in
the district tournament, all of
which went three sets. She
won the championship match
1-6, 6-0, 6-4.
"They were all difficult
matches she had to grind out
and win," Bradford assistant
coach Mitchel Dubolsky said.
Dubolsky said Dennison has
the ability to maintain her
composure no matter how a
match is going. Also, she will
play close to the net,
something Dubolsky said first-
year players don't normally'
like to do.
"One of the things that
impressed me most about
Grace is how aggressive she
is," Dubolsky said.
Dennison said she decided to
play tennis because a lot of her
friends play.
"They encouraged me to join
them," she said.
She may have never played
before, but she put in extra
practice time to develop her
game, the Bradford coaches
said.
"She's learned the game
faster than anyone we've ever
had," Bradford head coach Sue
Trieste said.


Grace Dennison


Smyth is

BC's lone

qualifier
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jennifer Smythi won the
Region I, -Class 2A
championship in the triple
jump and was the only athlete
from Bradford High School to
qualify for the Florida High
School Athletic Association
Finals.
Smyth will compete. in a
total of two events at the state
finals, which will be held this
Saturday, April 19, in Winter
Park.
It was a reversal for Smyth
at the regional finals compared
to the District 3 finals. She was
the district champion in the
See LONE p.12B


Correction
In the story on the group of
children qualifying for the
Sally Ride Science Toy
Challenge nationals in the
April 17 issue, Kelsey and
Kristic Yates were
misidentified as Kelsey and
,Kri.:tic Gates. We apologize
for the error.


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION April 24, 2008



62 steers are auctioned off at this year's Bradford Co. Fair


This year's Bradford County
Fair featured 62 steers that
fetched an average price of
$2.12 per pound during the
annual sale, which took place
April 19.
Union County FFA member
Morgan Raulerson showed the
- grand champion, which
weighed 1.251 pounds and
sold for $3 per pound to
Pritchett Trucking, Shadd
Enterprises and Hillaidale
Farms.
The reserve champion,
shown by Union FFA member
Jessica Parrish, weighed 1,246
pounds and sold for $2.50 per
pound to Roberts Land and
Timber, Ho-Bo Tractor and
Coxwell Contracting.
Other participants in the
sale, the organization they
belong to, the price per pound
of the animal, the animal's
weight in pounds and the
buyers were as follows:
Shelby Addison, U FFA,
$3.75, 1,132, Southern States;
Erika Crawford, B 4-H, $3,


1,168, McClellan Logging,
Bostick Tree Service, C.J.'s
Lawn Service; Harlee Rimes,
UI FFA, $2, 1,196, CD(M
Contracting, APAC; Ryan
Crawfordl, B FFA, $2.75,
1,304, Southern Timber,
Hendricks rTurf-; Kristin
(riffis, B 4-H, $2.25, 1,325,
('CDM Contracting;
Kristin Hodgson, U FFA,
$2, 1,350, Community State
Bank of Lake Butler; Thomas
Webb, U 4-H, $2.25, 1,137,
Hillandale Farms; Chason
Andrews, U FFA, $2, 1,173,
Ho-Bo Tractor; Clay
Whitehead, B 4-H, $2, 1,200,
Capital City Bank; Jordan
Davis, U 4-H, $3, 1,227,
Pritchett Trucking, Shadd
Enterprises, Roberts Land and
Timber; Jordyn Addison, U
FFA, $2.75, 1,260, Farley
Cattle Company, Robert (Bo)
Hobby; Taylor Crawford, B 4-
H, $3, 1,288, R&R Hauling,
Derek Alvarez Photography,
Clemons Field Service,
Southern Timber, Rick


Wilkins, Josh (Crawford,
Smilty Smith;
Gabriella Perez, I J FFA,
$1.85, 1,350, Hillandale
Quality Feed; Dusty Reddish,
U FFA, $1.60, 1,350, Publix;
Taylor Wilkins, U FFA, $1.75,
1,145, Farm Credit of North
Florida; Ethan Box, II 4-H,
$2.25, 1,179, Welch
Automotive, Barrs Plumbing;
Parker Hodgson, II 4-H, $2,
1,215, Pritchett Trucking;
Dyllan Bradley, B 4-H, $2.50,
1, 243, First Coast. Recovery,
Jeffery Clemons Farms,
Clemons Field Services, Scott
Construction, Artistic Tile and
More;
Julie Detlefsen, B 4-H, $2,
1,253, Pipeline Contractors;
Preston Strickland, B 4-H,
$2.75, 1,277, A&M Recovery,
CJ.'s Lawn Service; Chance
Taylor, B 4-H, $1.50, 1,345,
Community State Bank of
Starke; Cody Kellum, B FFA,
$1.75, 1,350, R&R Site Prep;
See STEER p.10OB


This year's grana champion steer was shown by Morgan Raulerson. The animal
was purchased by Pritchett Trucking, Shadd Enterprises and Hillandale Farms.


Raulerson, Parrish top steer awards


Morgan Raulerson and
Jessica Parrish both earned
trophies from the Bradford-
Union Cattlemen's Association
for showing this year's top
steers at the Bradford County
Fair.
Raulerson showed the grand
champion, a 1 251-pound steer
that sold for $3,753 (see
related story on the auction).
Parrish's 1 246-pound steer,
which sold for $3,115 at the
auction, was the reserve
champion.
Aside from showing the
grand and reserve champions,
Raulerson and Parrish earned
the first- and second-place
awards in the homegrown
.contest. The $300 first-place
award, along with a trophy
sponsored by Jerry. Whitehead,
was sponsored by Shands
Starke. Quality Plumbing
sponsored the $150 second-
;place award, which was
accompanied by a trophy
sponsored by Dolph Reddish.
Brad Muse and Wayne
Parrish earned first and second
place, respectively, in the
homegrown breeder category.
They each received a trophy
sponsored by Interstate,
Supply.
Tfi verallF ',performance
award, which is sponsored by
the Zedra Hamilton family,
went to Clay Whitehead.
First place in the weight-
gain contest went to Kristin
Hodgson, who received a $100
award sponsored by Gator II
Farm Supply (Ken Mueller).


LEGALS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC
HEARING CONCERNING AN
AMENDMENT TO
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
LAND DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, SERVING
ALSO AS THE LOCAL PLANNING
AGENCY OF BRADFORD
COUNTY, FLORIDA, NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN that, pursuant to
Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, 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 an amendment, as
described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
Bradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency
of Bradford County, Florida, at a
public hearing on May 5, 2008 at
6:00 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the
County Commission Meeting
Room, County Courthouse located
at 945 North Temple Avenue,
Starke, Florida.
Z 08-2, an application by Keystone
Heights Airport Authority, as agent
for the City of Keystone Heights, to
amend the Official Zoning Atlas of
the Land Development Regulations
by changing the zoning district
from AGRICULTURAL-2 (A-2) to
COMMERCIAL, INTENSIVE (CI)
on property described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
36, Township 7 South, Range 22
East, Bradford County, 'Florida.
Being more particularly described,
as follows: Commence at the
Southwest corner of said Section
36; thence South 88*10'12" East,
along the South line of said Section
36, a distance of 981.87 feet to the
centerline of an 80 foot right-of-way
for ingress and egress and the
Point of Beginning; thence South
88010'12" East, along the South
line of said Section 36, a distance
of 530.10 feet; thence North
20035'55" West 1,052.46 feet;
thence North 00033'32" West
701.13 feet; thence South
89026'28" West 490.00 feet to a
point on the centerline of an 80 foot
right-of-way for ingress and egress;
thence South 00033'32" East, along
said centerline, a distance of
699.37 feet to the point of curve;
thence Southeasterly with a curve
concave easterly, said curve
having a radius of 500.00 feet, an
arc length of 174.88 feet, a central
angel of 20002'23", a chord bearing
and distance of South 10'34'44"


Jessica Parrish showed this year's reserve grand champion, which was bought by
Roberts Land and Timber, Ho-Bo Tractor and Coxwell Contracting.


The second-place award of
$75, sponsored by Rocking A
Farms (Roy and Robyn
Adkins), went to Haley
Anders, while Kiersten
Davison earned the $50 third-
place award, which was
sponsored by Old Glory Feed
Store (Harry Cooney).
Crawford's Custom Meats
sponsored the $50 and $30


East, 173.99 feet to the point of
tangency; thence South 20035'55"
East, along said centerline, a
distance of 848.45 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Containing 19.55 acres, more or
less.
The public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and
place of any continuation of the
public hearing shall be announced
during the public hearing and that
no further notice concerning the
matter will be published, unless
said continuation exceeds six
calendar weeks from the date of
the above referenced public
hearing.
At the aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
*appear to be heard with respect to
the amendment.
Copies of the amendment are
available for public inspection at
the Office of the Director of Zoning,
County Courthouse located at 945
North Temple Avenue, North Wing,
Starke, Florida, during, regular
business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision
made at the above referenced
public 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.
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Scheduled Lawn and Landscape
Maintenance for the New River
Solid Waste Association (NRSWA),
located 2.5 miles north of Raiford,
Florida on State Road 121 in Union
County, Florida. RFP #08-01
proposal packages and information
can be picked up at the New River
Regional Landfill located at 24276
NE 157'h Street, Raiford, FL
32083. All proposals must be
submitted on the Proposal Form
provided. Completed proposals
shall be mailed to the New River
Solid Waste Association, P.O. Box
647, Raiford, Florida 32083-0647
or delivered to the NRSWA
administration office. After the
RFP opening, the proposals will be
examined for completeness and
preserved in the custody of the
Executive Director. New River
Solid Waste Association reserves
the right to reject any or all
proposals or a portion thereof for
any reason. Any proposals
received after the specified time
and date will not be considered.
For additional information contact
NRSWA at 386-431-1000. The
DEADLINE for submittal in
response to this RFP is May 6,
2008'at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
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CRIME :::


Two arrested
for KH home
invasion
A second man was arrested
last week by Clay deputies for
thile home invasion robbery of
an elderly Keystone Heights
resident.
Jonathan Davidson, 20, was
located at a gas station near his
sister's home in Jacksonville.
He was charged with armed
home invasion robbery and held
on a $250,000 bond.
Calvin Deshun Thomas, 18,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 14 by Deputy
H.E. Pierce for armed home
invasion robbery. He was
arrested in Jacksonville on an
outstanding unrelated warrant.
Thomas and Davidson were
charged with entering the
victim's home on C.R. 214 on
April 3 by forcing their way
through the front door at 3
p.m. After wrapping the
victim's wrists together with
black electrical tape, the two
took the victim's money and a
Colt .25 pistol, then drove
away in the victim's car,
Deputy Pierce said.
The 92-year-old victim
received minor injuries.


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:
Porsha Ticola Ridgeway, 20,
of Lake Butler was arrested
April 14 by Union Deputy
Brett Handley for assault and
battery on law enforcement
officer, resisting arrest and
disorderly conduct affray.
Deputies responding to a
disturbance at Lake Butler
apartments, found two women
fighting. While the subjects
were being interviewed,
Ridgeway became extremely
belligerent, screaming
obscenities and threatening the
victim. When Ridgeway was
told she was under arrest, she
refused to be handcuffed and
attempted to flee the scene;
Deputy Handley said. Once she
was placed in the patrol car, she
continued to scream
obscenities, started banging her
head on the Plexiglas divider
and began kicking the doors and
windows. When the officers
applied leg restraints, Ridgeway
kicked one deputy in the groin
and kicked another deputy three
times in his hand and wrist
area, Deputy Handley said.
Ridgeway was checked on the
scene for a minor head abrasion
and transported to Bradford
County Jail. She was released
from custody after a $15,000
surety bond was posted.
Billy Lee Atwood, 50, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
18 by Union Investigator Jerry
Feltner for aggravated battery.
Atwood was charged' with
stabbing the victim in the
stomach during an altercation.
Atwood stated he was
protecting his wife,
Investigator Feltner said.

Maron Russell Gatlin, 32, of
Starke was arrested April 17 by
Bradford Sgt. Wayne Mclntire
for four counts of domestic
battery. Gatlin was charged
with striking or choking the
four victims during a
disturbance. He was released
from custody after a $10,000
surety bond was posted.
Dana Robert Masey, 55, of
Starke was arrested April 18 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
for battery. Masey was charged
with hitting the victim in the
eye during an ongoing
argument. Both men were
heavily intoxicated, Deputy
Black said. A $2,000 surety
bond was posted for Masey's
release from custody.

James Lee Martin, 40, of
Starke was arrested April 18 by
Starke Sgt. Richard Crews for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. A metal pipe
used for smoking crack and a
tube with cocaine residue were


located in Martin's pocket
during a weapons search, Sgt.
Crews said. Bond was set at
$1,000.
Richard Lamar Acosta, 44, of
Lake Butler and Fidencio
Martinez Hernandez, 38, were
arrested April 16 by Union
Deputy David Shane for felony
possession of controlled
substance and possession of


drug paraphernalia. During a
traffic stop for failure to
maintain, a single lane on
Southwest 42nd Street, the
deputy noticed a crack pipe
between the driver and
passenger seat. A search of the
vehicle revealed several pieces
of crack cocaine, Deputy Shane
said. Both men claimed
ownership and both were
charged.
Julius Junior Crusaw, 23, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
16 by Deputy Shane for
possession of marijuana.
Crusaw's vehicle was traffic
stopped just after midnight on
S.R. 121. A strong odor of
marijuana was coming from the
,vehfjle, D)eputy: Shane said.
During a search the deputy
found a burnt marijuana
cigarette and several clear bags
containing marijuana seeds,
Deputy Shane said.
Sheila Michelle Arthur, 20,
of Melrose was arrested April
21 by Clay Deputy R.E.
Kittles for grand theft auto.
Arthur was charged with
driving a Honda Accord
reportedly stolen from Putnam
County.
Tyrone Deon Davis, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
14 by Investigator Feltner for
criminal mischief, burglary of
.structure, possession of
burglary tools and grand theft.
Davis was charged with
breaking into the Butler
Seafood House restaurant at
two different times. He pried
open the cooler where he
removed steaks, scallops,
shrimp and hamburger patties,
Investigator Feltner said. Davis
was identified by video
surveillance.
Michelle Lynn Alayon, 36,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 19 by Clay
Deputy C.P. Redmond for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Alayon was a
passenger in a pickup truck
without a license parked at the
Fifth Street boat ramp. Alayon
was charged with having
syringes, a razor, a small
plastic tube, .a spoon and a
rubber band (all intended for
drug use), Deputy Redmond
said. The driver of the pickup,
Jason Smith, was charged on a
warrant out of Columbia
County for grand theft with
bond set at $5,000.
Jonathan Elisha Carswell,
25, of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 19 by Clay
Deputy S.M. Corona for
domestic battery. Carswell was
charged with slapping the
victim, throwing her :to the
ground and: throwing a 'beer at
her, Deputy Corona said.
Phillip Donald Coulombe,
52, of Gainesville was arrested
April 18 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for breach of
peace and resisting without
violence. Coulombe consented
to a search but became angry
when the officer began.getting
closer to his cooler, Patrolman
Lockhart said. He aggressively
appeared to be going to grab
Sgt. William Murray and was
placed under arrest. He
attempted to pull away from
the officer and was placed on
the ground, Patrolman Lockhart
said. Bond was set at $2,000.
Timothy Brian McCord, 22,
of Starke was arrested April 17
by Starke Patrolman James
Stutler for disorderly
intoxication. McCord refused to
leave Whale Tales, where he
was aggressive toward
customers and trying to start
fights, Patrolman Stutler said.
Bond was set at $1,000.
McCord was also charged on a
warrant from Gilchrist County
for violation of probation DUI
and neglect of a child.. He is
considered a violent offender,
according to his probation
officer.
Christopher Allen
Thompson, 31, of Keystone
Heights was given a notice to
appear April 20 by Clay
Deputy S.J. Abrahamsen fot
criminal mischief. Thompson
was charged with puncturing a
tire and scratching obscenities
on the driver's side:. of: the
victim's vehicle, :Deputy
Abrahamsen said. Damage was
estimated at $500.


Maria A. Hernandez, 57, of
Gainesville was arrested April
15 by Bradford Deputy R.E.
Pollard on a capias for grand
theft auto. She was released on
her own recognizance.
Rebecca J. Lusignan, 23, of
Grandin was arrested Aril 15 by
Deputy Pollard on a capias for


use/possession of another
identification and credit card
theft. She was released on her
own recognizance.

Lorie Ann Overby, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
15 by Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart for failure to appear
violation of probation. Surety
bonds totalling $5,229 were
posted for her release from
custody.
Anthony Karl Boykin, 34, of
Gainesville was arrested April
20 by Union Deputy Kevin
Hilliard on a Union warrant for
violation of probation with
bond set at $2,500.
Thomas Earl Woods,. 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested April
18 by Deputy Handley for
violation of felony probation.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
Nathan Goode, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 21 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for indirect criminal
contempt.
Mattie Carolyn Lane, 40, of
Starke was arrested April 17 by
Starke patrolmen on a warrant
for grand theft. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.
Henry L. Emanuel, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested April 20
by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for failure to appear
petit theft with bond set at
$3,000.
Jason Smith, 26, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 19 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for grand theft.


Walter Jackson, 56, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 19, by Clay deputies on a.,
warrant for making'threatening
telephone calls and making
obscene calls.

Traffic
Wesley Raffael Barnes, 19, of
Jacksonville was arrested April
18 by Bradford Sgt. Robert
Lyons for driving under the
influence (DUI). Barnes refused
testing. He was released from
custody after a $2,000 surety
bond was posted.

Jeramie David Lowe, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 19 by Florida Highway
SPatrol TroopeJ,,.Bar y.ifor;
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) habitual.
Lowe was stopped for speeding
on Speedville Road. A $2,500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Sean Patrick Lees, 22, of
Orange Park was arrested April
16 for DWLS. Lees'
commercial motor vehicle was
stopped during a routine
inspection by the Florida
Department of Transportation.
He was released from custody
after a $1,000 surety bond wag
posted.
Michael Clark Devitt Jr., 44,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested April 15 by Clay
Deputy J.C. Saunders for
DWLS habitual traffic offender.
Devitt's vehicle was stopped
for speeding on S.R. 21. His
license is revoked for five
years, Deputy Saunders said.
Ricardo Esparra, 27, of
Bradenton was arrested April 20


by Lawtey patrolmen for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
: was posted for his release from
custody.
Randall Green Pass, 5.2, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
April 21 by Deputy Redmond
for possession of drug
paraphernalia, possession of
controlled substance and
DWI.S. Pass' vehicle was


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* Headaches
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Hwy. 230, Starke


stopped for faulty equipment on
Walker Drive. During a search,
the deputy ;fg'ind small white
: rock that.(a sted' positive for
crack cocaine in-a clear bag and
a pipe with a cleaning pad.

Mark Smith, 20, of Keystone
Heights was arrested April 16
by Clay deputies on a Warrant
for failure to appear DWLS.


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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, April 24, 2008 Page 4



I A return to limited government


With the April 15 filing deadline
behind us, we're well aware of when
taxes are due. But do you know when
your taxes are paid?
According to the nonprofit Tax
Foundation, Floridians will not pay
off their annual tax bill until April
26. You'll spend one-third of the
year working for federal, state and
local governments before you begin
working for yourself.
This, of course, explains why there
are cops on every street, brand new
fire stations at every comer, and nary
a pothole for miles around. No, wait,
that's not the story, is it?
The story we're hearing is that local
governments are starved of revenue
and might not be able to provide basic
services ... all because the insensitive
state Legislature forced tax cuts down
our throats!
Last year, voters went to the polls
and approved Amendment One with
Amore than 60 percent approval. Yet
cities and counties are pointing to
:infrastructure needs and warning that
police and fire rescue services may be
cut as a consequence of reduced tax
revenues.
So what gives? Or, more accurately,
what takes?
By category, the average American
works 35 days for food, 13 days for
clothing, and 60 days for housing.
Combined, these "life essentials" do
not equal your tax burden.
The truth is local government
budgets will get much tighter in the
years ahead whether you're in rural
counties like Bradford, big cities like
Orlando, or small towns like Alachua,.
Plus, many experts are suggesting
we're on the edge of, an economic
recession, and" the University of
MFo rida's Bureau of Economic and
Business Research says Florida's
population growth-a major generator
of new tax revenue-is slowing to its
lowest level in three decades.
So far, most local governments are
reacting predictably-they're hiking
other taxes and fees or imposing new
ones to offset estimated property
tax reductions. This is entrenchment
mentality, and it's the wrong
approach.
The virtue of local government is
supposed to be its closeness to the
people, so local officials should be
acutely aware of the significant tax
burden weighing down our citizens.'
The .challenge-is- to provide services
while embracing, not resisting,


the underlying value of limited
government.
The purpose of local government
is to provide essential services that
cannot be better provided in the private
sector. One way to determine what is
essential is to ask a simple question:
"In the absence of this service, is the
community's safety, health or welfare
threatened?"
Politicians who do this will see
their budgets in a whole new light
and can then separate out essential
services from other ones. Even with
dismal forecasts, cities and counties
can fully fund essential services like
police, fire rescue and infrastructure
maintenance.
Other services are nice to do and
they enhance a community's quality
of living, so I'm not suggesting
policy-makers take an axe to them.
But if cuts are necessary, this ,is to
start. Before that, however, local
governments have options.
One way to ease the transition
to smaller government is with
'"managed competition." Unlike
pure privatization, this model allows
department heads to bid along with
private companies on services that are
not inherently governmental like fleet
maintenance, facilities management
and information technology.
If, indeed, we're heading into
uncertain economic times, this
would not only reduce the, cost of
government but also provide a much
needed stimulus to local economies.
This is one of many creative ways
local governments can provide quality
services on a smaller budget, but
this will prove impossible if local
-leaders embrace -entrenchment as a
management philosophy.
The Institute for Local Government
Studies was founded to promote
alternatives to govemment-as-usual.
Our Web site- bestpolicy.org-
will catalog the best ideas that local
leaders can use to meet the needs of
their communities while honoring our
-foundational principles of individual
and property rights, market freedom
and limited government. We invite
readers to contribute their ideas
on how tq have better government
through smaller government.
Ed Braddy is a Gainesville city
commissioner and founder of the
Institute for Local Government
.-Studies Inc., a nonprofit educational
and research organization. He can be
reached at edbraddy@bestpolicy.org.:


sIrS


Several local churches will observe
the National Day of Prayer, Thursday,
May 1. It is a day set aside for people
of all faiths to pray for the welfare
of the nation, for individual and
corporate needs, for family, friends
and neighbors.
The Continental Congress, meeting
in 1775, set aside a National Day
of Prayer, recognizing the need for
"a time of prayer in forming a new
nation." Thomas Jefferson didn't
-disagree with setting aside a day for
prayer, saying the people should have
the right to do .so, but "a government
shouldn't have that right."
President Harry S. Truman
proclaimed a Day of Prayer in
1952, but the day remained subject
to presidential whim without
Congressional action passing a law to
establish the date.
President Ronald Reagan however,
signed into law a bill setting aside
the first Thursday in May each year
as a National Day of Prayer in 1988.


Small town
prices rising
Dear Editor:
Citizens of Lawtey, it seems
that it's going to be very
expensive to live in this small
town.
First, the county went wild
on property taxes so they could
get a huge raise. Now, you
guessed it, the lawyers keep
stalling on the sewage system
so they can fill their pockets.
The city of Lawtey wants to
raise water sales, plus the
amount used, we'll have to pay
for the sewage. The people
voted for a certain amount.
They hired a person for
streets who has to go to
another job during the work
week. Not only that but he
does not do the ditches or the
sides of the streets all around
the city.
A lot of the people complain
about the police department.
Some even want to get rid of
them. Do we want what
Jacksonville is dealing with,
drugs, shooting and more?
Walter B Howard
Concerned Citizen

Justice for
victims keeps
communities
safe
Dear Editor,
Last year's Virginia Tech
massacre reminds us that crime
can strike anyone, anywhere.
Accordingto to the 2006 Bureau
of Justice statistics, 23 million
Americans become victims of
crime every year, and violent
crime is on the rise in many
areas throughout our country.
In the six years since
September 11, 2001 nearly
tOO,000- people have been
murdered in the United States.
National Crime Victims'
Rights Week, observed


In a signing ceremony, Reagan read a
prayer found on the body of a young
Russian soldier who was killed in
action in 1944.
In signing the statute, Reagan said,
"Our National Day of Prayer, then, we
join together as people of many faiths
to petition God to show us His mercy
and His love, to heal our weariness
and uphold our hope, that we might
live ever mindful of His justice and
thankful for his blessing."
He further urged "the citizens of
this great nation to gather together
on that day in homes and places of
worship to pray, each after his or her
own manner, for unity of hearts of all
mankind."
Local churches, including First
Baptist of Starke, First United
Methodist of Starke, Madison Street
Baptist and Northside Baptist, are
holding National Day of Prayer
observances.
By Buster Rahn,
Telegraph Editorialist


nationally April 13-19, calls
on us to consider the life-
changing impact crime has on
victims and their loved ones,
and to make justice for all
victims an urgent priority for
our community.
On paper, victims have
ample access to justice. All 50
states and the federal
government have victims'
rights laws that prescribe how
to treat victims. Thirty-three
states have amended their
constitution to protect victims'
rights. All states have
programs to compensate
victims for crime-related .
losses, and legislatures are
passing new victims' rights
laws every year. The 2004
Justice for All Act, for
example, bolsters the rights of
victims in federal court and
offers a model to continue
expanding victims' rights.
Yet many criminal justice
systems still do not enforce
these rights. Jurisdictions may
fail to notify victims about
court proceedings or, ignore
their right to be present in
court. They may disregard the
victim's right to be informed
about compensation or to be
heard at sentencing. Court-
ordered delays may undermine
the right to a speedy trial,
interrupting victims' lives and
jeopardising their recovery.
More threateningly, many
- jurisdictions are failing to keep
victims safe. Kelly Dedal. in a
publication entitled "Witness
Intimidation: Problem
Oriented Guides for Police,"
states that, "although half the
states give victims the right to
be 'reasonably protected' from
offenders during the criminal
justice process, frequent
accounts of witness
intimidation suggest how often
such protection's fail."
Local officials may argue
-that they can't afford the staff
costs required to enforce
victims' rights. So how can
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to victims' rights is
immeasurable. If authorities
fail to enforce a protective
order or notify a stalking
victim when a stalker has been
released from jail, victims may
decide that reporting crimes or
testifying in court is too costly
and dangerous. Such failures
undermine the safety of entire
communities.
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release from prison can take
steps to protect herself and
thus prevent another crime. A
domestic violence victim
whose incarcerated abuser
continues to threaten her can
give the parole board evidence
that he should not be released.
Even if the offender is
released, corrections officers
,then know he .must,;.Libe
carefully supervised.- such
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also help keep communities
safe. Speedy trials ensure swift
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the streets, and minimize
opportunities for witness
intimidation. Court-ordered
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redresses the harm done to
victims, forces offenders to
directly compensate victims,
and discourages further crimes.
Allowing victims to confer
with prosecutors and be heard
at sentencing, through their
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into account when considering
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Kersey to
wed in May
Loretta and Ralph Zelick of
Orlando and the late Shawn
Patrick McCarty of Tampa
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Audrey Lynne
McCarty, to Sean Michael
Kersey, the son of Cheri and
Wayne Kersey of Starke.
The bride-elect graduated
from Nease High School in
Jacksonville.
The groom-elect graduated
from Immokalee High School.
The wedding will take place
on Tuesday, May 20, 2008, at
the Garden Club of
Jacksonville-.

Gunter and
Ricketson are
engaged
Joseph and Glenda Gunter of
Raiford announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Julee Kay Gunter, to Dustan
Shawn Ricketson, the son
Connie Gibson of Perry.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School
and the University of North
Florida. She is currently
working toward her graduate
degree from the University of
Florida and is employed as a
special education teacher by
Union County schools.
The groom-elect is a
graduate from Taylor County
High School and is employed
by Florida Department of
Corrections.
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on Saturday, June 14, at New
River New Congregational
'Methodist Church in Raiford
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Jackson

Thames
Buddy and Stephanie
Thames of Starke, announce
the birth of their son, Jackson
Arlen Thames, on April 27,
2008, in Jacksonville.
Jackson joins a brother,
Reed Allen Thames.
Maternal grandparents are
Ronnie and Janine Sellers of
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Allen Thames of Owensboro,
Ky., and Ann and Clif Carver
of Lake City.
Maternal great-grandparents
were the late Arlen and Susan
Gay of Jacksonville.
Paternal great-grandparents
are Ruth Harvey and the late
S.A. Harvey of Palatka.



Jonathan

Holcomb Jr.
Jonathan and Krystle
Holcomb, announce the birth
of their son, Jonathan Robert
Holcomb Jr., on April 9,
2008, at Shands Lake Shore in
Lake City.
Jonathan weighed 7 pounds,
10 ounces and measured 20
inches at birth.
Maternal grandparents are
Frank and Melody Corso of
Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are
Jim and Karen Holcomb of
Waldo and Jeff and Trudy
Thames of Ozark, Ala.
Maternal great-grandparents
are Tony and Nancy Gorgo of
Leesburg.
Paternal great-grandparents
*are Joe and Clara Mason of
'S66ttsbbro," Ala. and Donald
and "Carel Stiller of Fort
Pierce.


Harlee Rimes (left), with some assistance from her
grandmother, Connie Wiggins, is pictured with her
grand champion rooster.


Rimes
children show
top poultry
Harlec Rimes and Eli Rimes
had the top entries in the
poultry division at this year's
Bradford County Fair.
Harlee Rimes' silver-laced
Wyandotte rooster earned
'grand champion, while Eli
Rimes' Plymouth White Rock
rooster was reserve grand
champion.
Amanda Berlin, who earned
red and white ribbons for a
pair of booted bantam roosters
and a red ribbon for a Dutch
bantam rooster, was the winner
of the 4-H record book contest.
Other participants in the
poultry division were: Mitchell
Cribbs, gray-leg goose
(gander), red ribbon; Crystal
Mosley, Old English silver
ducking rooster, red;
Madison McClellan, Old
English gray rooster, white;
Falyn Rimes, Plymouth White
Rock hen, blue; Mallory
Perkinson, milli fleur hen, red,
milli fleur rooster, white;
Kassidy Perkinson, blue
silkie hen, while, blue silkie
rooster, red; Walker Knight,
Old English game rooster, red:
Jamie Mosley, Old English
.blue bantam rooster, red;


Phillip Perkinson, white
English leghorn rooster, blue;
Lake Harris, silver sebright
bantam hen, blue; Beau
Nistler, Rhode Island red
rooster, white; Shelby Spratlin,
Rhode Island red hen, blue;
Lexi Ray, Rhode Island red,
white; Hannah McClellan,
roundhead hen, white; Deven
Cowton, Old English rooster,
white, Old English hen, white;
Bo Haight, Old English
rooster, white; Ariel Wilson,
black silkie hen, red; Dessie


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Burnsed,
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Brianna Burnsed and Saige
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rabbits at this year's Bradford
County Fair.
Burnsed's rabbit, a mini-lop
buck, earned the title of grand
champion, while Whitaker's
rabbit, a Holland lop buck, was
reserve grand champion.
This was the second straight
year Burnsed showed the


grand champion.
Participants who also earned
best of breed for their rabbits
were Nick Thornton (mini-rex
doe), Brice Burnsed (Dutch
buck), Nikki Schoner (dwarf
buck), Katie Tricocci (New
Zealand buck), Madeline
Strickland (Jersey wooley
buck) and Katie Caren
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Davis, Carlton earn top awards in this year's swine show


Lizabeth Davis and Makayla
Carlton had this year's top
pigs, which each sold for $13
per pound at the swine sale at
the Bradford County Fair.
Davis, a Bradford 4-H
member, showed a 271-pound
pig, which was the grand
champion. The reserve grand
champion-a 269-pound
animal-belonged to Bradford
4-H member Carlton.
Miranda Merritt, a Union
County 4-H member, showed
this year's reserve home grown
champion-a 255-pound
animal.
This year's top
showmanship awards went to
Jordan Williams (senior
division), Garrett Hersey
(intermediate) and Falyn
Rimes (junior). Dylan Garrett
and Jay Norman were second
and third in the senior division,
Merritt and Mackenzie Gault
second and third in the
intermediate division and
Randa Wilkins and Lainie
Rodgers second and third in
the junior division.
This year's sale featured 95
animals that sold for an
average of $4.11 per pound.
Participants in the sale, the
organization to which they
belong, the price the pigs sold
for per pound, the weight of
the pigs in pounds and the
buyers were as follows:
Lizabeth Davis, B 4-H, $13,
271, First Coast Recovery,
Brothers II Recovery, Hickory
House, On-Call Transport,
Holenbeck Security, Thomas
Auto Parts, Davis Express,
Custom Computer Services;
Makayla Carlton, B 4-H, $13,
269, Hicap Inc., Matthew
Carlton-, Terry Gaines


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Appraiser, Johnny's BBQ,
Pipeline Contractors, Prestige
Electric; Miranda Merritt, 1I 4-
H, $3.25, 255, Florida Pest
Control; Brandon Cauthen, II
FFA, $3, 251, Liberty
Trucking; Jonathan Best, 13
FFA, $2, 262, Davis Express;
Sabrina Wood, B FFA,
$3.50, 264, Thomas Auto
Parts; Chase Bailey, U FFA,
$2.75, 265, Tom Jenkins
Electric, Spires IGA; Austin
Crawford, B FFA, $4.50, 274,
Great South Timber;
Mackenzie Gault, B 4-H, $4,
279, Florida Pest Control,
GCG Construction; Macey
Fulgham, B 4-H, $2, 280,
Elixson Wood Products;
Lainie Rodgers, B 4-H, $2,
240, Publix;
Zachary Starling, U FFA,
$5.50, 252, Nettles Sausage;
Taylor Crosby, B 4-H, $8, 259,
WW Gay, Curves; Ashley
Johnson, U FFA, $3.50, 263,
Badcock of Lake Butler; Chase
Rowe, B FFA, $4.25, 267,
Cowboy's; Shayna Coleman,
B 4-H, $6.25, 274, Jayco
Drywall, Bradford Auto Parts;
Kayla Tucker, B FFA, $3.25,
279, Pipeline Construction;
Dustin Hersey, U 4-H, $3,
282, Clyatt's. Well Drilling,
Roberts Land and Timber,
R&E Construction; Lexi
Whitehead, U 4-H, $6, 251,
Santa Fe Ford; Miranda
Crawford, B 4-H, $2.50, 254,
Starling Family Dentistry;
Chase Wood, B 4-H, $2.50,
259, JAM Construction;
Tristyn Southerland, U 4-H,
$3, 263, Jerry Whitehead, John
Henry Whitehead," Carlton
Faulk; Dylan Gault, B FFA,
$4, 265, GCG Construction,
Florida Pest Control;
Colten McAlister, U 4-H,
$3, 269, Archer Funeral Home;
Justin DeNunzio, U 4-H, $3,
273, Danny Tomlinson Crane
Service; Witt Thomas, U 4-H,
$3.75, 275, Capital City Bank;.
Jaren Revels, B FFA, $3.25,
284, Hayes Electric and Air;
Dalton Southerland, U FFA,
$3, 247, Spires IGA; Alicia
Davis, B FFA, $3, 256, Florida


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Unlimited; Amber Templeton,
U1 FFA, $3, 260, Waters Well
Drilling, TL Squared;
(Garrett Williams, 1 4-H,
$3.25, 263, AJ Framing,
LaStecl; Garrett Hersey, U 4-
H, $3, 265, Kirby Laser and
Needle, Kirby Pharmacy; Jared
Freeman, U FFA, $2.25, 268,
Publix; Madeline Strickland, B
4-H, $4.25, 273, Town and
Country Ford; Andrew Eaves,
B 4-H, $6.50, 278, Firm,
Foundations Builders, Wesley
Moody, Carlton Construction;
Brandon Bivins, U 4-H, $3,
282, Tom Jenkins Electric,
Liberty Trucking, Hendricks
Turf; Lindsey Tucker, B 4-H,
$3.50, 247, Davis Express;
Kayla Freeman, U FFA, $2.50,
253, Communtiy State Bank of
Starke; [Kinedy Johnson, U 4-
H, $3, 261, LaSteel, AJ
Framing; Union County FFA
Senior Chapter (shown by
Danile Adams), $3, 264,
Interstate Supply Company,
TL Squared;
Paul Crawford, B 4-H, $7,
267, GCG Construction,
Florida Pest Control,
Anderson-Columbia; Kaitlyn
Luke, B FFA, $3.25, 268,
Badcock, Hayes Electric and
Air; Tyler Norman, U FFA,
$3.25, 273, Roberts Land and
Timber, R&E Construction,
APEC; Jordan Williams, U
FFA, $3.75, 275, Pritchett
Trucking; Shelby Skelly, B 4-
H, $3, 282, Dynatest
Consulting; Sara Owen, U 4-
H, $5, 242, Mercantile Bank,
Spires IGA;
Ashley Lewis, B 4-H, $4,
256, WW Gay; Mallary
Perkinson, B 4-H, $2.25, 262,
Cowboy's; David Duncan, B
FFA, $4, 264. Davis Express;
Joe Kent, U FFA, $5.50, 267,
John Edmund, Steve Lott:
Falyn Rimes, U 4-H, $3, 271.
Roberts Land and Timber,
R&E Construction, APEC,
Clint Williams, U FFA, $2.75,
274, Ho-Bo Tractor Company;
Lacie Norman, B FFA, $4.25,
275, Mosley Trucking;
Chelsey Dreer, B FFA, $2.75,
280, GNC Construction;
Rachel Best, B FFA, $3,
250, Pipeline Contractors;
Jason Archer, U FFA, $3.25,
252, 'Alachua Farm and
Lumber; Allie Norman, B 4-H,
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Lizabeth Davis
showed this
year's grand
champion. Her
pig was bought
in the auction
by First Coast
Recovery,
Brothers II
Recovery,
Hickory House,
On-Call
Transport,
Holenbeck
Security,
Thomas Auto
Parts, Davis
Express and
Custom
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Services. LEF
Makayla
Carlton showe
the reserve
grand
champion. He
animal was
bought in the
auction by
Hicap Inc.,
Matthew
Carlton, Terry
Gaines
Appraiser,
Johnny's BB(
Pipeline
Contractors
and Prestige
Electric.


Jason Stalnaker: Codv King, 11
FFA, $3, 267, Ho-Bo Tractor
Company: Ashley Brewer, B
4-H. $7. 269, l)avid Barnes,
Prestige Electric. Eddie Lewis
Timber:
Union County FFA Alumni
shownn b\ Robin Thomas),
$3.50, 272, McClellan
Logging and Trucking; Drew
Reddish. B FFA, $4.50, 275.
Mosley Trucking; Emily Luke,
B 4-H. $4. 280, Mosley
Trucking, I.&L Septic; Taylor
Barnes, B 4-H, $6.50, 249,
Noah's Ark, David Barnes,
Firm Foundations Builders,
Lynn's Construction; Kayla
Kongeal, B FFA, $5, 258,
Holenbeck Security, First
Coast Recovery; Garth
Ellington, U FFA, $3.75, 262,
Pritchett Trucking;
Chloe Bailey, U 4-H, $3.50,
263, Tom Jenkins Electric,
Wilson Heating and Air;
Christopher Starling, U 4-H,
$5, 267, Tom Jenkins Electric,
Spires IGA; Randa Wilkins, B
See PIGS p.1 1 B

Miranda Merritt showed
this year's homegrown
reserve champion. It
was bought by Florida
Pest Control.


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OBITUARIES


Lillian Justice


Lillian Justice
IAKEI- B131rl'I Lillian
Josephine Justice, 74. of Lake
Butler died on Sunday. April 13,
2008.
Mrs. JusticeC was born on
December 23. 19313, to the late
James 'Cecil Solano and Edna Mae
Dixon. She was a resident of
Northeast Florida for the majority
of her life. She loved her canine
companion. Sw\\eetie.
Mrs. Justice was preceded in
death bI her first husband, Sonny
l aHa\, her second husband,
Janmes L. Mace, her third husband,
l)oI Justice and her sister,
Christine Case.
Mrs. Justice is survived by: her
daughters, Katel\n Rogers of
Starke and Karen Sue Wincz of
Hernando Beach: sons, James L.
Mace of Atlantic Beach and
Jerrold L. Mace of Hudson;
brothers: Henry "'ltank" Alex
Solano of Bowie, Texas and
Clifford Goodwin of Wichita
Falls, Texas: sisters, Marie
Hocutt of Ponder, Texas, Patsy
Aim Chandler of Bowie and Marie
Katherine Case of Boswie: four
grandchildren; and three great-
grandchildren.
A Private memorial service will
be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Starke.
















Annie Seguin


Annie Seguin
LAKE CITY Annie M.
Seguin, 80, of Lake City, died
Monday, April 21, 2008.
Mrs. Seguin was a longtime
resident of Lake City and was the
daughter of the late Joe Johns and
Margaret Griffis. She was a
member of the New Beginning
Christian Fellowship Church in
Lake City.
She was preceded in death by
sons, Lonzia Thornton and Donald
Thornton. daughter, Evelyn
Goolsby and sister, Matilda
Johnson.
Mrs. Seguin is survived by:
husband, Frank Joseph Seguin of
Lake City; daughters, Geneva
Williams of Lake City and Chrissy
Morales of Eminence, Ky.; son,
Arthur Thornton of Starke;
brother, Archie Ruis; sisters,
Mary Harrington of Auburn, Ala.
and Jewel Reddish of Starke; 20
grandchildren, 19 great-
grandchildren and four great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held on
Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 11 I
a.m. at Crosby Lake Cemetery
with the Pastor Ulis Taylor and
Neal Griffis conducting the
services.
The family will receive friends
on Wednesday, April 23, from 6
to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.


Vicky Clark
AIACHI'l IA -- Victoria
"Vicky" Adelaide Feagin Clark,
72, of Alachua died Wednesday,
April 16, 2008, after a sudden
illness.
Mrs. Clark was born in
Jacksonville, living most of her
life in Alachua County. She was
the daughter of the late Jasper A.
IFcagin and ,Lena HFloeltz/en Feagin.
She was a registered nurse, retired
from the department of
Corrections and a member of the
North PIleasant Grove Baptist
C('hurch in Alachua.
Mrs. (lark is survived by:
husband of 57 years, John W.
".W." ( lairk of Alachua; one son,
Billy (d1ark of Alachua; daughters,
.lJeanette Arnold of LIake Butler
and C'arol (lark of Gainesville;
brothers, 1.0 Feagin of' the
l'llillipines, Bud Feagin of West
Virginia and Jack Feagin of Ft.
White; sisters, IJlizabeth Cark of
Alachua and Judy Feagin of
Ir v idence; I1) grandchildren; and
5 reati-grandchi Idren.
Mrs. (dlark was preceded in
dia a It y icr daughter, Kathy
w ld.


Funeral services were held onil
Saturday, April 19, in (lie North
Pleasant Grove Baptist Church
with the Rev. I'dwin (Gardner
conducting the services. Burial
followed in the St. Johns
Methodist Church Ce('melery under
the care of Archer Funeral I Ionime
of Lake Buller.


Johnny Croft
JENNINGS Johnny Croft,
46, of Jennings died Thursday,
April 17, 2008.
Mr. Croft was a native of Lake
City, moving to Jennings six years
ago. He was a correctional officer
for the State of Florida retiring
after twenty-six years of service.
Mr. Croft is survived by: wife,
Stephanie Croft of Jennings;
daughter, Mandy Black of Live
Oak; mother Dorothy Croft of
Lake City; two step-daughters,
Claire Brown and Laree Wood,
both of Live Oak; sons, Clint
Black and Cody Croft, both of
Lake City; step-son, Joseph
Brown of Live Oak; two sisters,
Linda Nettles of Lake City and
Susan Dancy of Tallahassee and
one grandchild.
Mr. Croft was preceded in
death by his father, Freeman
Croft.
Graveside services were held
on Wednesday, April 23, at Mt.
Zion at Swift Creek Cemetery in
LuLu with the Rev. Mike Tatumn
conducting the services.
Arrangements were under the
care of Daniels Funeral Homes of
Live Oak.

Tammy Freeman
MELROSE Tammy Kay
Freeman, 47, of Melrose died
Sunday, April 20, 2008, at Shands
UF in Gainesville.
Mrs. Freeman moved to
Melrose from Elizabeth Town,
Ky., 29 years ago. She was a
homemaker and attended the
Church of God. I
Mrs. Freeman is survived by:
husband, Steven Freeman of
Melrose; daughter, Stephanie
Freeman of Elizabeth Town, Ky.;
two sons, Steven Roy and Kyle
Reece Freeman, both of Melrose;
tmo brothers, Danny and Gene
Paul; four sisters, Donna, Twiyla,
Sandy and Leslie and five
grandchildren.
Arrangements are under the
care of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.


Frank Ilgen
GAINESVILLE Frank
Ilgen, 97, of Gainesville died
Monday, April 21, 2008, at E.T.
York Care Center in Gainesville. '
Mr. 'llgen was born in Centre
County, Pa. on April I1, 1911,
moving to Keystone Heights in
1953. He recently moved from
Oklahoma to Gainesville. He was
a member of Community Church
of Keystone Heights, Keystone
Shrine Club, a Mason and retired
from Dupont as the plant engineer.
Mr. Ilgen is survived by: wife
of 61 years, Melba Kittrell llgen
of Gainesville; daughter, Diana
Kesler of Palatka; two sons,
Donald Ilgen of Tennessee and
Barry Ilgen of Archer; six
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Wednesday, April 23, in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel, with
Pastor Rob Morfod conducting the
services. Interment was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


William Starner
LAWTHY William EIdward
Starner, 80, of Lawtey died
Wednesday, April 16, 2008, iat
North Flori,da Medical Center
following a brief illness.
Mr. Starner was born in
Zanesville, Ohio on Sept. 10,
1927, moving to Bradford County
in 1974 from Plantation. iHe was a
merimber of the FI-irst Christian
Church of Starke, a retired meat
cutter and retired bailiff with the
Bradford County Sheriff's
Department. He served in the U.S.
Navy during W.W.11. He was a
member of the Bradford Lodge
#35 of the F & A Masons and the
320 Mahi Temple in Miami.
Mr. Starner is survived by: wife
of 59 years, Barbara Ann Smith
Starner of Starke; daughters,
Candi Sue Childers of St.
Augustine, Cindy Lou Cannon of
Lawrenceburg, Ky., Cathy Louise
Fischer and Beth Ann Williams,
both of Stake; sister Mary Jane
Kuhn of Zanesville; eight
grandchildren; and six great-
grandchildren.
Memorial services weree held ont
Sunday, April 20, in the First
Christian Church of Starke withI
the Rev. Roman Alvarez
conducting the services. Interment
will be at a later date.
Arrangements were under the
care of Jones-Gallagher I uneral
Home of Starke.


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RABBIT
Continued from p.5B

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Other participants in this
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mini-rex buck, blue ribbon;
Savannah Dreer, mini-rex doe,
blue; Jessica Thornton, mini-
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show at thie Bradford County
Fair.
Taylor's heifer, which
weighed .1,123 pounds, was the
grand champion, which had a
$150 award sponsored by
Starling Dentistry. The $100
reserve grand champion award
went to Griffis and .her 891-
pound heifer.
The overall performance
award, which is sponsored by
the Zedra Hamilton family,
went to Bradford senior 4-H



Conner,
Taylor, Taylor
are tops in
showmanship
Randa Conner, Chance
Taylor and Miranda Taylor
were first in each of the three
divisions of the Bradford-
Union Cattlemen's Association
showmanship contest at this
year's Bradford County Fair.
Conner topped the junior
division to receive the $300
award sponsored by Farm
Credit Service. Chance Taylor
received the $300 award,
sponsored by Greg and Kevin
Box, in the intermediate
division, while Miranda Taylor
received the top senior division
award of $300, which was
sponsored by Paul Waters.
Placing second through fifth
in the junior division were
Erika Crawford ($200, Ward-
Wiggins Farm), Kaitlin Griffis
($150, Wayne Parrish), Taylor
Wilkins ($100, New River
Ranch-Eddie and Marie
Oden) and Makayla Webb
($75, New River Ranch-
Eddie and Marie Oden).
Second- through fifth-place
awards in the intermediate
division went to Clay
Whitehead ($200, W.D.
Andrews), Chason Andrews
($150, Eric and Kim
Crawford), Storm Hamilton
($100, Beck Chrysler-Dodge-
Jeep) and Linsey Clark ($75,
Beck Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep).
In the senior division,
second through fifth place
went to Ryan Crawford ($200,
W.D. Andrews), Kristin Griffis
($150, Muse Show Cattle),
Julie Detlefsen ($100, Beck
Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep) and
Caleb Williams ($75, Beck
Chrysler-Dodge-Jeep).


member Kaylee Androlevich,
who showed a 794-pound
heifer.
Androlevich, Griffis and
four others earned awards in
the 4-H record book contest.
Androlevich topped the junior
class, which earned her a $50
award sponsored by Eric
Crawford. Bradford senior 4-H
member Kristin Griffis, who
showed a 1,215-pound heifer,
was second in the class,
receiving $30 from Whitehead
Family Cattle.
In the intermediate division,
Bradford junior 4-H member
Ashley Brewer was first, while
Bradford junior 4-H member
Taylor Whitehead was second.
They received $50 and $30
awards, respectively, from
Emerson Nursery and Rental
Plants'. Brewer raised a 1,312-
pound bull, while Whitehead
raised a 1,098-pound heifer.
Union County junior 4-H
member Case Emerson, who
showed a 1,072-pound heifer,
came out on top in the seiior
division, while Kaitlin Griffis
was second. They received
awards of $50 and $30 from
New River Ranch (Eddie and
Marie Oden).
Union County senior FFA
member Jared Freeman and
Bradford junior FFA member
Haley Anders each received
$50 awards for topping the two
divisions of the FFA record
book contest. Freeman, who
showed a 1,205-pound heifer,
earned the senior class award,
which was sponsored by
Frances McKinney. Anders,
who showed a 1,147-pound
heifer, received the junior class
award, which was sponsored
by Malcolm Hill.
Union senior FFA member


Ashton Howard was second in
the senior class division of the
FFA record book contest,


while Union
member Randa
second in the
They received
from Randy
Malcolm Hill,
Howard showed


junior FFA
Conner was
junior class.
$30 awards
Conner and
respectively.
a 789-pound


heifer, while Conner showed a
1,059-pound heifer.
Bradford junior 4-H
members Thomas Wilkey and
Kassidy Morgan received the
first- and second-place
herdsman awards of $100 and
$75, which were sponsored by
the- Kiwanis Club of Starke.
Wilkey, who was first, showed
a 660-pound heifer, while
Morgan showed a 786-pound


heifer. -
Clyatt Well .Drill ng
sponsored the $50-:third-place
herdsman award, which" went
to Androlevich.. Whitehead
received a furth-pce.
certificate from the Bra~ford-
Union Cattlemen's
Association, while Bradford
junior 4-H member Storm
Hamilton, who showed a 741-
pound heifer, received the
Bradford-Unioqn Cattlemen's
Association's fifth-place
certificate.
Also showlmg heifers at the
breed show were: BradfQrd Sr.
FFA, Bradford Jr.^"Fa 'ad
Bradford junior '-H 'members
Brad Blanton, Alexc-onzaes,
Clay Whitehead, Chance
Taylor and Kendall Morgan.


CHICKEN
Continued fror p "'
Taylor, white silkie hen, red;
Brandon Anders, booted
bantam hen., .red
Erika Crawforwdlack Old
English .hen, ri;Albany
Mosley, Qld- foster,
white; Dwight fAe silkjie
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Paige Eaves, cochini rooster,
red; Wes -Mloody, cochin
rooster, red; Andrew Eaves,
barred rock hen, red; Jeain'ie
Moody, baffir'-ed76c r~Toer,
blue; Debbie Allen, barred
rock hen, red; Connie .Wiggins
buff orpington hen, red, jungle
fowl rooster, white; Brooklyn
Wiggins, Rhode Island red
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white sultan rooster, red. -


Anne Cook earned two rosettes-one for a hat and
one for a quilt, which is pictured to her left.


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9 earn
rosettes in
home division
Nine participants in the
home division at the Bradford
County Fair earned, a total of
10 best-overall rosettes.
In the adult division, Ann
Davis earned a rosette for her
pecan tarts, while Janet Flythe
and Gertrude Griffis earned
rosettes for a layer cake and
canned tomatoes, respectively.
Also, Jerry Hooten earned a
rosette for an afghan, while
Maria Wallace and Beth
Vinson earned rosettes for a
quilt and dress, respectively.
Anne Cook earned two
rosettes in the youth division-
one for a quilt and the other for
a hat. Youth participants
Savannah Trantham and Noah


Gibson earned rosettes for a
pie and jam, respectively.
Other ribbon winners in the
adult division included: Jessie
Kembro, peach and strawberry
jam, blue ribbon; Cheryl
Roberts, peach preserves, blue,
bluberry preserves, red; Ann
Drogowski, cake, blue, hot
pads, blue; Kristin Sutton,
cookies, red; Janet Flythe,
strawberry jelly, red, orange
nut bread, red, buttermilk
cinnamon cake, blue; Gertrude
Griffis, beans, red, pickles,
red, pepper relish, red,
strawberry jam, red; Abbie
Massey, wall hanging, red,
quilt, blue; Dorothy Bartlett,
wall hanging, red, quilt, blue;
Geri Tomlinson, doll, blue;
Sharon Carver, blanket, blue,
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April 24, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 9B


Ann Davis
received a
rosette in the
home division
for her pecan
tarts. Maria
Wallace (not
pictured)
received a
rosette in the i
home division
also for a quilt.









HOME
Continued from p.8B
Wallace, wall hanging, red:
Beth Vinson, doll outfit, blue,
skirt, blue, dress, blue,
slippers, red, afghan, red.
Ribbon winners in the youth
division were: Anne Cook,
pillow, blue, pillow case,


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4
9'. j ~c9"
9,.


white, napkins, blue, curtains,
red, skirt, blue, dress, red,
blouse, white, jacket, red.
dress, blue, cape, red,
nightgown, red, dress, red,
playsuit, blue, crochet, blue,
boot, blue; Greer Gibson,
muffins, red; Megan Vinson,
cake, red; Hannah Vinson, tote
bag, blue; Noah Gibson, jelly,
blue, cake, red; Ashley Harris,
jerky, red.







Janet Flythe
and her layer
cake earned a
best-overall
rosette in the
home division
at this year's
-': fair.


10-year-old
Savannah
Thrantham
received a
rosette for her
pie. Noah
Gibson (not
pictured) also
received a
rosette for jam.


Beckie Burkett
earned best of
in the show for an
petition African violet.
rs. Jon Steyer (not
e age pictured) and
has Lane Tenley
rst (not pictured)
r the received best-
her of-show awards
also for
amaryllis and
grape ivy,
respectively.



6 earn best-
of-show
awards in
agriculture,
horticulture
This year's Bradford
County Fair featured six best-
of-show winners in the
agriculture/horticulture
division.
In the adult amateur
division, Beckie Burkett
earned best of show for an
African violet and Lane Tenley
earned best of show for grape
ivy. The adult professional
division best-of-show winners
were Rosa Padgett for carrots
and John Steyer for amaryllis.
The youth division featured
*.' twvo best-of-show' winners:
* Kaitlyn Norton for kalanchoe


and Payton White for turkey,
eggs.
Best in class was bestowed
upon the following in the adult
amateur division: Beckie
Burkett, African violet; Nancy
Fischer, wave petunias, crown
of thorns, impatiens; Edna
Norton, schefflera; Maria
Novak, geranium; Lane
Tenley, Christmas cactus,
grape ivy; Geraldine
Tomlinson, Christmas cactus.
In the adult professional
division, the following earned
best in class: Rosa Padgett,
kohlrabi, rutabaga, bunching
onions, carrots; John Steyer, a
total of eight for amaryllis,
succulents, tomatoes and
Cassandra.
Best-in-class awards in the
youth division went to: Lake
Harris, chicken eggs; Ashley
Harris, chicken eggs; Kaitlyn
See PLANTS p.10OB


Beth Vinson received a
rosette in the home


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STEER
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Lindsey Hanson, U FFA,
$1.60. 1,141, Winn-Dixie;
Michelle Perez, LI 4-H, $1.85,
1,192. PVS Inc.; Brett Blanton,
B 4-H, $1.50, 1,200, A&M
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Indians

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Tori Jolley drove in three
runs, but it was not enough to
overcome the four unearned
runs given up by the Keystone
Heights softball team in a 6-4
loss to Interlachen in the
District 6-3A championship
game on April 17 in
Interlachen.
The loss put the Indians (18-
8)-the top seed in the district
tournament-on the road for a
regional quarterfinal game this
past Tuesday against P.K.
Yonge (18-5).
Keystone had already beaten
Interlachen (10-11) three times
this season, including a 15-1
victory in a tournament that
did not affect the district
standings.
The Rams, however, took
advantage of Keystone
miscues to score four runs,
including two in the top of the
seventh that would prove to be
the difference.
Keystone pitcher Jessica
Knight gave up just three
walks, but one started the
Rams' seventh-inning rally.
An error on a fly ball followed
the walk, putting runners on
first and second with no outs.
Jessica Byrd then bunted
safely for the second straight
time to load the bases.
Still, the Indians recorded
one out at home on a ground
ball to Jolley at short stop, but
a high pop-up by Interlachen's
Kim Traxler fell between three
Keystone players, allowing a
run to score.
Interlachen added its final
run on a passed ball to go up 6-
3.
The Indians made it
interesting when they hit three
consecutive singles to open the
bottom of the seventh.
Knight's single allowed Ryan
Story to score, pulling the
Indians within two. Interlachen
pitcher Byrd, though, forced
the Indians to hit an infield
ground ball and two straight
fly balls to the outfield to end
the game.
Byrd gave up nine hits in
earning the win. Six of those
hits came from Cortney Casas
and Knight, who were each 2-
'ftr-3, and Jolley, who was
responsible for the first three
Keystone runs.
Keystone fell behind 2-0 in
the first inning when the Rams


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took advantage of a hit batter,
one single and two errors.
It appeared as if the Indians
would answer in the bottom of
the inning. Casas was hit by a
pitch to lead off the inning and
later advanced to third on a
bunt by Knight. However, Sam
Sibley hit a line drive right at
the third baseman, who caught
the ball with Casas off the bag
to record two outs and end the
inning.
Jolley, who went 2-for-4,
made it a 2-1 game when she
led off the Indians' half of the
second with a home run over
the left-field fence.
The score remained 2-1 until
the fifth. Casas, with one out,
reached on a passed "ball on a
third strike. That was followed
by an infield single by Knight.
An error on the ensuing throw
allowed Casas and Knight to
advance to third and second.
They scored on Jolley's single
into center field, giving the
Indians a 3-2 lead.
That lead was short-lived. In
the top of the sixth,
Interlachen's Christina
Andrews hit a two-run homer
to put the Rams back up 4-3.
. Byrd, who has been forced
into helping at pitcher since
the injury of Interlachen starter
Katy Jordan, set the Indians
down 1-2-3 in the bottom of
the inning before the Rams
increased their lead in the
seventh. Byrd (1-1), in picking
up her first win, struck out six
batters.
Keystone's Knight gave up
five hits and struck out five.
If Keystone defeated P.K.
Yonge this past Tuesday, it
will play Interlachen or Fort
White in a regional semifinal
game on Friday, April 25. A
win on Friday earns a spot in
the regional finals on Tuesday,
April 29.


Baker

shuts out

Bradford
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Things just didn't go
Bradford's way in a 4-0 loss to
Baker County in the District 3-
4A softball championship
game, which was held April 17
in Live Oak.
Bradford assistant coach
Daniel Davis said the
Tornadoes, who played Bishop
Kenny in a regional
quarterfinal game this past
Tuesday, had their chances.
However, those chances never
amounted to anything as Baker
County players seemed to be


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in the right place at the right
time. For example, two
sacrifice bunt attempts by
Bradford were popped up and
caught for outs. On each play,
Bradford base runners were
caught off base for outs.
Bradford base runners were
doubled up a total of four
times.
"A lot of missed
opportunities in that game,"
Davis said.
Pitcher Stephanie Jones (10-
12) allowed only one earned
run, which occurred in the first
inning.
"She kept us in the game
until the end," Davis said.
Kimberly Barrett and Macy
Winkler each had two hits for
Bradford. The Wildcats
pitched around Jessica
McClellan, who was walked
three of the four times she was
up to bat.
If Bradford (11-15 prior to
April 22) defeated Bishop
Kenny, it will play either
Baker County or Stanton Prep
in a regional semifinal game
on Friday, April 25. The
winner of that game will play
for the regional championship
on Tuesday, April 29.


Earlier result:

BHS 5 Santa Fe 4
In a game in which she hit
her first career home run,
Samantha Stocker also scored
the winning run, giving the
Tornadoes a 5-4 win over
Santa Fe in eight innings in the
district semifinals on April 15.
The Tornadoes were poised
to win the .game in seven
innings, but Santa Fe scored
two runs in the bottom of the
seventh to tie the score at 4-all.
The Raiders had the chance to
win the game themselves as
they had the bases loaded with
just one out, but a deep fly ball
to left field was caught by
Christina Stocker, who then
threw home to get the Raiders'
lead runner out at the plate for
an inning-ending double play.
Samantha Stocker was on
base in the top of the eighth
with two outs wheh a hit by
Kayla Tucker allowed her to
score what would be the game-
winner.
The Raiders were set down
1-2-3 in the bottom of the
eighth.
Bradford got off to a good
start, scoring a run in the first
off of a hit by Winkler. The
game was tied at 2-all entering
the fourth when Samantha
Stocker hit a two-run homer
with two outs.
"She was crying, she was so
excited," Davis said.


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Norton, dracaena, sanseveria,
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Participants and the ribbons
they received were as follows:
Beckie Burkett, one blue
ribbon; Jessica Clements, three
blue; Barbara Dickens, five


Rosa Padgett earned
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carrots.


Kaitlyn Norton
earned a best-
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for her
kalanchoe
plant. Payton
White (not
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earned best of
show in
agriculture for
turkey eggs.





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AWARD
Continued from p.2B
Crawford topped the
intermediate class, and Julie
D)etlefsen and Kendall Morgan
topped the junior class.
In the FFA record book
contest, Jessica Parrish earned
the $50 first-place award in the
senior class, while Lacey
Webb earned the $30 second-
place award. Both awards were
sponsored by Badcock
Furniture of Lake Butler
(Darren Summers).
Lindsey Hanson and Linsey
Clark were first and second,
respectively, in the junior
division of the FFA record
book contest. The $50 and $30
awards were sponsored by
Bielling's Tire (Carlton
Bielling).
Detlefsen and Dyllan


Bradley earned the $175 and
$150 first- and second-place
herdsman awards, which were
sponsored by Western Steer
Family S(eakhouse and the
Bradford County Soil and
Water Commission,
respectively. Whitehead
earned the $125 third-place
award, which was sponsored
by American Paper and
Chemical, while Alex
Gonzales earned the $100
fourth-place award, which was
sponsored by Whitehead
Family Cattle.
Earning herdsman
certificates from the Bradford-
Union Cattlemen's Associaton
were Crawford, Taylor
Crawford, Morgan, Harlee
Rimes, Thomas Wilkey and
Kristin Griffis.
Whitehead received the
$200 citizenship award,
sponsored by the Waters
family.








Page 12B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION April 24, 2008


MEDAL
Continued from p.1 B
had the third-best clean and
jerk in hiis class and each was
just five pounds behind the
fifth-place finisher in his class.
Thicsen's class also included
Keystone's Marcel Robinson,
\w ho. along with Matt Hukill of
Warner Christian. also finished
with a 600-pound total.
Robinson, who had the same
bench press and clean and jerk
totals of Thicsen, wound up
finishing eighth behind Hukill.
.Raphael Garcia of Arnold
won Taylor's class with a 405-
pound total, while Harry
Reddick of Madison County
won the 183-pound class with
a 660-pound total.
Keystone's Greg.Taylor just
missed out on a medal, placing
seventh in the 199-pound class
with a 595-pound total (320,
275). The fourth- through
sixth-place lifters in the class
each had .a 600-pound total.
Lucious L ee of Baker County
won th6 class with a 705-


Keystone
weightlifters -|||
earning state .
medals were (I-
r) Sam Thiesen,
Garrett
Strickland and
Dennis Taylor.





pound total.
Kevin Gillain of Keystone
also competed, posting a 450-
pound total (230, 220), which
was good for 12'1 place in the
139-pound class. First place
went to Altha's Gary Chew,
who had a 505-pound total.
Union County's lone
participant, Brett Southwell,
placed 13th in the 154-pound
class. He had a 470-pound
total (240,230).


LONE
Continued from p.1B
long jump and district runner-
up in the triple jump, but took
first in the triple jump and
third in the long jump at the
regional meet.
Smyth, who jumped 34'2" at
the district meet, had a jump of
37'3.5" to win the triple jump.
In the long jump, Smyth had


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a jump of 18'9",, placing her
behind Jacquelyn Gilchrist of
Paxon, who had a jump of
19'6", and Sonnisha Williams
of Raines, who had a jump of
19'3.25". However, the top
four finishers in each event
qualified for the state finals, so
Smyth has the opportunity to
go for two medals this
Saturday.
Bradford coach John Loper
said Smyth has a good chance
to not only earn medals, but to
come home with two state
championships as well.
That's something Smyth is
definitely working toward.
"If I win a championship,
I've made one of my goals,"
she said.
Smyth just missed out on
qualifying for the state finals
in the 100m. She placed fifth
with a time of 12.65 seconds.
Bradford also just missed the
cut in the boys' 4xl00m relay.
The team of Reggie Thomas,
Markael Moore, Rob Harris
and Malcolm Moore placed
fifth with a time of 43.72
seconds.


Jennifer Smyth


Malcolm Moore earned a
sixth-place finish in the 400m
with a personal record of 50.87
seconds, while Markael Moore
was seventh in the 300m
hurdles wa'ith a time of 42.69
seconds. Markael Moore, who
xvas competing with an injury
xwas competing in just his third
hurdles event this season.
"He gave a valiant effort,"
Loper said.
Harris was the only other
Bradford athlete to earn a top-
10 finish, placing eighth in the


Nathan Buchanan


Buchanan

qualifies

for state
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Natihan Buchanan became
Keystone Heights High
School's first state qualifier in
track and field in four years
with his performance in the
800m run at the Region 2-
Class 2A finals on April 17 at
Lake Highland Prep in
Orlando.
Buchanan will compete at
the Florida High School
Athletic Association Finals
this Saturday, April 26, in
Winter Park. He will be the
first Keystone athlete
represented at the state level in
track and field since Enoch
Nadler and Rachel Crane
earned berths in 2004.
To earn a state berth,
athletes must place in the top
four of an event. Buchanan
was third in the 800m with a
time of 1:59.05. (He had a time
of 2:04.91 at the District 5
finals.)
Buchanan also competed in
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100m with a time of I 1.14
seconds. Harris had hopes of'
competing at state, but ILoper
said he is still recovering from
an injury, which led to him not
having a very good day.
Other Bradford results
included Smyth in the 200m
(26.911 l"'), Malcolm Moore
in the long jump (19'6.5",
I 1'), James Shannon in the
discus (106'6", 13"'), Mehgan
Perry in the discus (69'0",
14"'), Christina Jordan in the
800m (2:55.66, 13"') and
Jessika Robinson in the 800m
(3:05.19, 14"') and Andrew
Warren in the pole vault (8'6",
14"'). Warren's pole vault
attempt was a personal record.
Bradford finished 12t" in the
girls' team standings with 20
points and 13th in the -boys'
standings with 10 points.
Raines was the girls'
regional champ with 117
points, while Godby was the
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5'10".
Keystone's Liz Wheeler
came close to earning a-state
berth, but she finished fifth in
the high jump at 5'0".
Wheeler also competed in
the 4x800m relay and.. the
300m hurdles. The relay team
of Wheeler, Christina
Brantley, Kayla Goodwin and
Raquel Doty-O'Kelly placed
sixth with a time of 10:53.78,
while Wheeler was 13t' in the
hurdles event with a time of
54.16 seconds.
Daniel Wheeler earned a
seventh-place finish in the
3200m with a time of
10:44.49, wfiile Greg Taylor
also had a top-10 finish,
placing ninth in the shot put
with a throw of 43'6".
Taylor competed in the
discus as well, placing 14"'
with a throw of 105'10".


Tigers fail
to qualify

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The girls' 4xl00m relay
team came close, but in the
end Union County failed to
advance anybody from the
Region 1-Class 2A track and
field finals to this Saturday's
Florida High School Athletic
Association Finals.
To advance to state from the
regional level, an individual or
team must place in the top
four. Union placed fifth in the'.
girls' 4xl00m relay with a
time of 51.55 seconds. The
team of Cameron Lee,
Courtney Klein, Lashae
Mitchell and Ashli Watkins
finished behind Santa Fe,
which earned the last state
berth with a time of 51.21
seconds.
Lee earned three top-10
finishes for the girls' team. She
was sixth in the 100m with a
time of 12.77 seconds, 10" in
the 200m with a time of 26.74
seconds and 10" in the-high
jumpat4'6". -. . .
Bryan Holmes and Najeeb
Smith each earned a ninth-
place finish for the boys' team.
Holmes did so in the high
jump by clearing 6 feet, while
Smith did so in the 200m with
a time of 22.76 seconds.
Other Union results included
Smith in the 100m (11.33,
I l1"), Holmes in the 100m
(11.51, 14'h), Shamari Holland
in the 300m hurdles (45.43,
12"), Dejaun Paige in the long
jump _(19'1.5", 131h), James
Shupe in the 1600m (5:24.19,
13"l), Shupe in the 3200m
(12:13.92, 141h), the boys'
4x800m relay team of Shupe,
Chris Alexander, Delmonte
Givens and SJ. Simmons
(9:39.22, 14"'), Alexander in
the 800m (2:15.00, 14"),
Joseph Kinsler in the 400m
(55.27, 141h), Shaniece
Huggins in the 400m (1:13.69,
15'1) and Holmes in the 200m
(24.31, 15").


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