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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: October 2, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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Arrest made in killing of Shadd buck


Fish fry lunch
fundraiser set
On Friday, Oct. 10, the
Union County Public Library
will offer in-town delivery or
pick-up of fish fry dinners.
For $5 each, the meal
includes catfish nuggets,
hush puppies, cheese grits,
baked beans and a dessert.
To order a dinner, call
(386) 496-3432 or fax your
order to (386) 496-1285.
Proceeds will benefit the
UCPL building fund.

Library closed
on Oct. 13
The Union County Public
Library and all bookmobiles
will be closed on Monday,
Oct. 13, for a staff
development day. The book
drop outside the library will,
however, be open to return
books.

VFW sets
turkey shoot
Sand yard sale
The VFW Men's Auxilary
will host a turkey shoot on
Saturday, Oct. 11l,beginning
at 10 a.m. at John Howell's
garage shop located on C.R.
231 south (follow signs). A
drawing for a shotgun and
other prizes will take place
at 5 p.m.
From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.,
the Ladies Auxilary will
hold a multi-family yard
sale. Barbecue sandwich
plates will also be sold for
$3 each from 10 a.m.-5
p.m.

Teachers plan
trip to South
Pacific
LBMSteacherJuleeGunter
Ricketson would -like to
invite others to join teachers
for a trip to the South Pacific
to visit Hawaii, Australia
and New Zealand. The trip
is scheduled to take place
June 18-29, 2009. For more-
information please contact
Julee Gunter Ricketson
at julz82@atlantic.net or
.(386)431-1260.

North Florida
Gator Club
social in UC
All University of Florida
alumni'and fans are invited
to a social on Thursday, Oct.
9, at 6 p.m. at the home of
Avery and Twyla Roberts.
Food will be provided
by the club and the Roberts
Family. All proceeds from the
club support scholarships for
local students who attend the
University of Florida. For
more information, contact
Derick Thomas at(386) 623-
5333.

Trlc f-o r-Treat
wi(( be Sa+ur4ay
Wov. 1, from 6-
8 p.K In Lake
But(er.


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Major Garry Seay with
the Union County Sheriff's
Office announced that an
arrest has been made for the
illegal killing and stealing of
a domestic white-tailed deer
named Peabody.
Owned by John Shadd,
Peabody was a white-tailed
trophy, 12-point buck, stolen
Sept. 6 from Shadd's Game
Farm in Lake Butler, an
Florida Wildlife Commission
licensed private facility on
S.R. 100.
Seay said a warrant was
issued for the arrest of


Dustin Cole Jemigan, 21, of
Polk County.
Jernigan, accompanied by
his attorney Tom Edwards,
turned himself in to Alachua
County authorities on Sept.
30. He was charged with four
felonies: grand theft, armed
...trespassing and two counts
of cutting "a fence around
privately owned livestock.
He was later released on a
$40,000 bond.
Seay anticipates there
will be further arrests of
other suspects and said the
$20,000 reward offered for
information on the case will
be paid out to a tipster.


Dustin Jernigan
Turned himself in
to authorities in
Gainesville.


The 1994 Toyota driven by a Jacksonville man was crumpled after
colliding with a semi truck. Photo courtesy of the Union County Fire
. Department.



Man dies in crash


with semi truck


BYTERESASTONE driven by Albert J. Olgetree,
IRWIN 59, of Lake Butler, turned
Times Stpff Writer west onto S.R. 100 from N.W.
124t" Ave. near Roberts Land
.An accident in Union and Timber.
Counify-iniolving a-semi-truck._..
took the life of a Jacksonville A 1994 T6yota driven by-
man last Thursday. Tobie Cornel Young, 37, of
At approximately 6:40 a.m. Jacksonville, was traveling on-
on Sept. 25, a Mack semi truck S.R. 100 and, for unknown


reasons, failed to avoid
colliding with the rear of
the the semi. Young was
pronounced dead at the scene.
Olgetree, driving a log truck
for Ward Timber Company,
was uninjured. FHP reports
that the accident is still under
investigation.


Peabody


County agrees

to share EMS

director with BC


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


The Union County Board of
County Commissioners held
a special meeting on Sept.
29, chaired by Commissioner
Ricky Jenkins and attended by
Commissioners Morris Dobbs
and Karen Cossey. Board
Chairman Wayne Smith and
,Commissione,r Melaine Clyatt
were unable to attend.
The purpose of the meeting
was for the bpard to consider
approving an interlocal
agreement between Union
and Bradford counties for
sharing the services of Union's
Emergency Medical Director
Allen Parrish. :,
Clerk of the Court Regina
Parrish spoke first and stated
that the contract copies the
commissioners had at the
meeting were not showing a
change that would be added.
The change holds Union
County harmless for any
incident that arises in Bradford
County with Parrish and holds
Bradford County harmless of
any incident that takes place in
Union County with him.
Commissioner Jenkins asked
who would be in charge of the


hiring and firing, reprimanding
and disciplinary actions of
employees in the EMS office
in Bradford.
"That will be me," Parrish
said.
Jenkins said he was concerned
because several years ago
Union County did everything
by the book to terminate an
employee and it ended up in a
lawsuit.
"It cost us over $100,000 in
lawyers," Jenkins said. "Can
this affect us (if this situation
occurs' in Bradford County)
Siih N ou being that director?"
The clerk answered and said,
"No."
"That's why we put the clause
in there," Allen Parrish said.
Commissioner Cossey asked
the clerk to type up the changes
made so the board would have
corrected copies. She then
made a motion to approve
the contract with the changes
and Jenkins opened it up for
discussion.
"Mr. Parrish does an
outstanding job for Union
County and has since day one.
I think Union County's EMS
and Mr. Parrish are second to
See SHARE, p. 2A


Elementary students say 'See You at the Pole'


On Sept. 24, faculty
and students at Lake
Butler Elementary School
participated in the worldwide
annual See You at the Pole
event.
See You at the Pole
began in early 1990 when
a small group of teenagers
in Burleson, Texas, came
together for a DiscipleNow
weekend. The students were
broken before God and
burdened for their friends.
Compelled to pray, they
drove to three different
schools that night. They
went to school flagpoles
and prayed for their friends,
schools and leaders.
A vision began where
students throughout
Texas would follow these
examples and meet at
their school flagpoles to
pray simultaneously. The
challenge was named See
You at the Pole and shared
with 20,000 students in June
1990. By 1991, students
participating across the
country had created their
own national day of student
prayer.
On Sept. 11, 1991, at 7
a.m., one million students
gathered at school flagpoles


all over the
country. Like those
first students, they
prayed for their
schools, for their
friends, for their
leaders and for
their country.
Now, more
than three million
students from
all 50 states
participate in See
You at the Pole.
Students in more
than 20 countries
take part. In places
like Canada,
Guam, Korea,
Japan, Turkey,
and the Ivory
Coast, students
are responding to
God and taking
seriously the
challenge to pray.

A student holds
hands with two
teachers and
Principal Lynn
Bishop as they
pray with Buddy
Hall, a pastor
with Sardis
Bapti ^"*""h.


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in


touch. Express yourself. Know your community.


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication


Tiger Growl
Thursday, Oct. 2,
7:30 p.m. at the
stadium. Admission
$2 per person.
Homecoming parade
on Friday, Oct. 3. It
begins at noon.
Homecoming football
game against Santa
Fe is Friday, Oct. 3,
7:30 p.m.


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Page 2A TIMES October 2, 2008


Dr


Osborne:


Well-loved,


Well-respected


BY JENNIFER THOMAS
Special to the Times
Owen B.K. Osborne, M.D.,
hand surgeon at Lake Butler
Hospital/Hand Surgery Center
and Ramadan Hand Institute
passed away after a short illness
on Tuesday, Sept. 23, at North
Florida Regional Medical
Center. He was 65.
Born and raised in Jamaica,
Dr. Osboine came to the United
States in 1971 to complete his
post-graduate medical training
in New York. He practiced
in New York before joining
Ramadan Hand Institute in
1984. He also held medical
staff privileges at several area
hospitals. At the time of his
passing, he lived with his wife
in Micanopy. They have four
adult children.
SLake Butler Hospital/Hand
Surgery Center-and Raimadan
Hand Institute were blessed-to
have Dr. Osborne on staff for
the last 24 years. Dr. Osborne
was one of the first practicing
hand surgeons in the state of
Florida. He is well known for
his success in the treatment of


hand trauma.
"He would do whatever it
took, no matter how long he
had to stay in the O.R., to make
sure that everything was perfect
and that the patient would have
the best possible outcome,"
said Nancy Spires, registered
nurse and past operating room
supervisor who worked with
Dr. Osborne for the past 24
years. "He didn't care who
you were or what your status
was, he worked just as hard for
everybody."
Dr. Osborne accepted
referrals and treated many of
the emergency hand injuries
from other facilities in north
central Florida and south
Georgia. Patients and family
members often wondered why
they were being sent so far, but
once they were .treated by him,
they understood.
Dr. Osborne loved his
patients,'his co-workers, and
was dedicated to his work.
He treated patients in his
Gainesville, Lake City, Palatka
and Lake Butler offices most
weekdays and performed
emergency surgery cases at


the operating


the hospital most evenings and
weekends.
"We were all his family,"
stated Paula Webb, hospital
chief financial officer. "The
decisions he made and the
challenges he accepted were
always about helping those


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around him. Many patients
came to him for treatment
unable to pay for their care and
being turned away from other
providers, but he would never
hesitate because he knew it was
the right thing to do."
"Today this type of dedication


is rare," said Pari Howard,
hospital chief executive officer.
"It's hard to find hand surgeons
that will take after hours calls;
but he did almost everynight of
the week."
Over the years, Dr. Osborne
has touched many people's


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Lady


Tigers


defeat


Trojans

BY TRUDY ANDREWS
Lady Tigers Volleyball Coach


On Sept. 25, the UCHS Lady
Tiger junior varsity and varsity
volleyball teams both won their
matches against the. Hamilton
County High School Trojans.
The varsity squad won in
iat-heer-sets. -*25"-13 UC, 25f-'16 ,
SUC, 25-11 UC.and the,junior ..
\ arsi3 squad won In twO'sets:'
25-11 UC, 25-15 UC.
The varsity squad had a
tremendous game last night,
coming together as a team to
triumph over Hamilton County.
The varsity continues to growV
as a solid force on the court
learning to play a "smart" game
of volleyball.
As we continue to play, it
is exciting to watch the ladies
get 'more comfortable and
confident in their abilities.
With no seniors on our squad,
varsity has been able to hang
close with some very tough
schools and in many situations,
dominating them.
Linsey Clark stopped
Hamilton County with 10 kills,
three blocks, four digs and
one ace. Brianne Clyatt lead
.the court with nine aces, 18
serves in, five kills and 16 digs.
Markie Emery controlled the
net with 13 kills and one block,
three serves in and eight digs.
Kiara Holland contributed to
the victory with her mighty
defensive skills of 11 digs and
one kill. Carson Mize guided
the team with her setting
skills of 27 sets, 19 assists,
six kills, one ace and 12 digs.
Megan Mobley contributed her
offensive and defensive skills
with 13 serves in, three aces
and 29 digs.
Ashley Parrish defended the
back row with 28 digs and one
back row kill. Keira Sellers
dominated the court with seven
aces, 16 serves in, 11 kills and
three digs. Jordan Windham's
all-around play helped
contribute to our victory with
eight kills, three aces, three sets
and six digs.
The junior varsity team
accomplished a challenging
feat in that the coaching staff
mixed things up on them and


took them out of their regular
rotations. After a slow start,
they rose to the challenge and


SHARE:
Continued from p. 1A

none," said Jenkins.
"He took over the fire
department and did an
outstanding job with that. But
I think this is too much for Mr.
Parrish," he said.
In addition to Parrish's role
as the director of EMS, he is
the chief of the Union County
Fire Department and is also an
elected Union County school
board member.
"It takes a lot of his time,"
Je is aid. "r& nl.r.'
P.arsh going ^P ':^cat>rd
Counts is-putlinatotoo- .tt n
him. If Bradford County needs
a director, they need to hire
one," Jenkins said.
Cossey stated' that Parrish
said he would tell the board at
any point in time if it became
too much for him.
/ Commissioner Dobbs added,
"This is not a forever thing
anyway."
"In our last discussion, we
were going to go with six
months and look at things,"




LEGAL

NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
This is to inform you that Union
County will hold a pre-bid conference
and walk-thru for the rehabilitation
of two (2) single-family dwellings in
the Union County SHIP program.
This meeting will be held Tuesday,
October 14, 2008 beginning at 9:30
a.m. at Suwannee River Economic
Council Inc. Outreach Office, 855
S.W. 6L Ave, Lake Butler, Florida.
The conference .and walk-thru
is mandatory, no exceptions,
for contractors who plan to bid.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. requires each contractor to
be properly licensed, carry general
liability insurance of at least
$1,000,000.00 and Workers Comp
Insurance during construction.
Bids for these units will be due
by 12:00 noon Tuesday, October
21, 2008, at Suwannee River
Economic Council, Lnc. Outreach
Office, 855 S.W. 6tn Ave., Lake
Butler, Florida 32054. Please mark
envelope "Sealed Bid for Name
of Homeowner, SHIP". Bids to be
opened Tuesday, October 21, 2008,
at 12:05 p.m.
Suwannee River Economic Council,
Inc. has the right to reject any and
all bids. The bids will be awarded
on the most cost effective basis.
Union County is a fair housing and
equal opportunityandADAemployer.
Minority and Women Contractors
are urged to participate.
10/2 ltchg-UCT


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POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address; UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher


Editor: Teresa Stone-Irwin
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Sylvia Wheeler
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Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


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prevailed, using teamwork
and perseverance to dominate
Hamilton County.


Jenkins said.
Clerk Regina Parrish
explained that it is a year-to-
year contract, however, if either
county decides they want out,
they can do so at any time.
Usually in documents, she said
that things are worded to run
frQrp fiscal year.to fiscal year.
Clerk Parrish said that they
intend to have a meeting
every mdnth with her, a
board representative, an EMS
representative, Brad Carter, Dr.
Jonas and representatives from
Bradford County.
"If we see this is not going to
work at all, we'll be the first to
pull out of it," she said.
Cossey, lopped at. it from
theangle of being.in Bradford
0"Nounfty'S "oSi tiMi'.' "We- hope
it never happens, but what
if something happens to Mr.
Parrish and we need Columbia
County to come do the same
thing for us?" she asked.
Dobbs added that, according
to Parrish, there was no'doubt
who comes first with him.
"He made that statement in
the paper and he hasn't backed
off from that. I'm also thinking
about the financial benefits that
we have."


Communism is like prohibition, it is a
good idea, but it won't work.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American Humorist, Actor


"I think Mr. Parrish would
be man enough to tell us if he
couldn't handle both jobs. The
financial gains, especially at
this time, believe me, we need
it," said Dobbs.
The final vote from the board
was 2-1, with Jenkins not in
favor of having Parrish serve
as a dual EMS director for both
Union and Bradford counties.
Parrish then ,thanked the
board for their confidence in
him and said that he appreciated
Jenkins' concern and did not
think the situation had anything
to do with the school board.
"I've always kept that separate
from my county obligation and
I've done a really good job
of making suM 5 on the school
boarl d end lidont get involved
with anything in Union County
except the value adjustment
board," Parrish said.
"That isn't where that was
going," said Jenkins. "That was
S(about) work load on you."
He closed by saying that from
day one, he had been with
Parrish and will continue, but is
concerned that Parrish will get
overloaded in his commitments
and duties.


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Union County

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let's keep a good man serving our court

Honest, Fair, and Dependable-. .
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lives. His
patients, co-
'1e t' l"l workers and
S P.111. friends will not
soon forget him.
rtfd1 O1 VikiTherrault,
t'. ARNP at
the hospital,
t'pildCC summed it up
it Jesl5 best "Every time
I suture 1 will
h't3'?lllle hear his voice
saying, 'be sure
you keep that
suture line flat.'
Every time I
Shave a bleeding
wound, I will
hear his voice
S in my head
;'- saying with
that sardonic
humor, 'sew it
up.' I will miss
Shim horribly
I not only for his
wisdom and his
teaching, but
his caring for all
things. To that
extent, his soul
will live forever
in everything
Sand everyone
he touched."
V.ii The viewing
will be 4-8 p.m.
,on Friday, Oct.
3, at Chestnut
Funeral Home
located on N.W. 8th Ave. in
Gainesville (352) 372-2537.
-The memorial service will be
held at 10 a.m. on Saturday,
Oct. 4, at Jesus People Church
located on 391. Avenue in
Gainesville.


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October 2, 2008 TIMES Page 3A


It's always time


to think about


bus safety


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Undoubtedly, every time
there is a report of a crash
involving a school bus, Union
County residents immediately
call to mind the memory of
the 2006 accident that took the
lives' of seven local children
and has indeed changed the
lives of.a number of families in
the community.
Since the start of the new
school year, there have been
no less than three school bus-
related accidents in Flotida.
On Sept. 5, a student was
killed in. Tallahassee when a
school bus was carrying.27
Apalachee Elementary School
children to a Boys and Girls
CGab afterschool program. The
bus was stopped at a red light
when a cement truck crashed
into its rear. The cement truck
tipped on its side into the path
of an oncoming SUV and the
bus was pushed into the rear of
a minivan.
On the bus was 8-year-old
Ronshay Dugans, who later
died of .his injuries. Seven
other children and the driver of
another vehicle were injured.
On the afternoon of Sept. 23.
a school bus was stopped on
i~US. 301 in Citra dropping off
"r dents I,\ Nhr a,u aclor-trailer
sTammed into the back of it.
Both vehicles burst into flames.
Several motorists stopped, to
pull injured students from the
flaming bus, however, North
Marion Middle School student
Frances Schee, 13, did not get
out in lime.
Eight other students and the
bus .driver received injuries.
Reinaldo Gonzalez, the driver
of the semi, admitted to being
on his cell phone at the time of
the crash.
On Sept. 29, a Ford pickup
truck ran into the rear of a
Columbia County school
bus.. The bus was running its
morning route and was carrying
10 Richardson Middle School
and Columbia High School
students. Once again, the bus
was stopped with its lights
flashing and stop sign out.
FHP reported that the truck's
driver. Rachel Kaeck Griffis.
25, of Olustee, failed to stop
for the bus and slammed into
the back of it. After being
extracted from Iher vehicle,
she was airlifted to Shands UF
in critical condition. Three of
the children on the bus were
transported to Shands Lake
City with minor injuries.
Just how does a motorist
miss seeing a big yellow
school bus? When school is
.in session, they're everywhere.
Large yellow school buses with
painted black warning letters,
the buses are about 12 feet high
and 40 feet long. They have
constant blinkinglights on their


roofs and several reflectors.
When stopped to load or
unload students, there are a
number of flashing red lights on
the back, front and sides of the
bus and even on the octagon-
shaped "Stop" signs that extend
from the bus. Motorists, under
no circumstances, are to.ever
drive around a stopped school
bus with its flashing red lights
and stop sign extended. A child
about to board a bus could
cross in front of the path of a
vehicle at any time.
The standard yellow color
of school buses was created
for use on U.S. school buses
in 1939. The color is known
as National School Bus Glossy
Yellow.
There are no less than eight
flashing lights on the back,
front and sides of buses when
stopped to load or unload
children. An octagon-shaped
sign resembling the common
stop sign also comes with
flashing red lights and the word.
"STOP" painted on both sides.

What Florida law
says about stopping
for school buses
Section 316.172, Florida
Statutes, states:
(1)(a) Any person using,
operating; or dii'ing a vehicle
on or over the roads or
highways of this state shall,
upon approaching any school
bus which displays stop signal,
bring such vehicle to a full stop
while the bus is stopped, and
the vehicle shall not pass the
school bus until the signal has
been withdrawn. A person who
violates this section commits a
moving violation, punishable
as provided in chapter 318.
(b) Any person using,
operating, or driving a vehicle
that passes a school bus on
the side that children enter
and exit when the school bus
displays a stop signal commits
a moving violation, punishable
as provided in chapter 318,
and is subject to a mandatory.
hearing under the provisions of
s. 318.19.
(2) The driver of a vehicle
upon a divided highway with
an unpaved space of at least
five feet, a raised median,


ATTENTION!

Set your clock get started early!


OWNa a


i, Lake Butler

in Lake Butler.


It's time to prune
and fertilize trees,
plant a flower!


IQI


4Aain this yearduring
October, the City will
provide removal of extra
trash and debris, at no
additional costs, in order to
help clean up & beautify
our community.


Clean-up,
Fix-up,
Repair &
Paint!
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Arrange to have it hauled away BII-
free! Call City Hall at.496-3401:
for help.
Show your PRIDE in your Community.....
Do your part to beautify Lake Butler during October!


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or a physical barrier is not
required to stop when traveling
in the opposite direction of a
school bus which is stopped in
accordance with the provisions"
of this section.
(3) Every school bus shall
stop as far to the right of the
street. as possible and shall
display warning lights and stop
signals as required by rules of
the State Board of Education
before discharging or loading
passengers. When possible, a
school bus.shall not stop where
the visibility is obscured for a
distance of 200 feet either way
from the bus."
OK, now you know what the
law says, but what does this
mean in non-statute language?
The Florida Highway Patrol has
provided these explanations:
(1) If you are going the same
way'as a school bus that is
flashing red lights and has the
stop arm extended, you must
stop behind the bus and cannot
move until the bus retracts
the stop arm and turns off the
flashing red lights.
(2) If you. are going the
opposite way as a school bus
that is flashing red lights and
has the stop arm extended,
you must stop in front of the
bus and cannot move until the
bus retracts the stop arm and
turns off the flashing red lights
UNLESS:
You are on a divided highway,
and the divided highway has
either a five-foot unpaved space
(median) or a physical barrier
separating the roadways.
Examples of a barrier are a
chain-link fence or a concrete
abutment. An unpaved space


is a grass, dirt, gravel, water,
etc. division between one- or
multi-lane roadways going:.in
opposite directions.
The left hand turn lanes
common between many single-
and multi-lane roadways are
never to be considered a barrier
or "unpaved" space. If you are
traveling on one of these roads,
you must stop for a school bus
that is flashing red lights and
has the stop arm extended-
regardless of the direction you
are traveling or, the:number of
lanes in either direction.
School buses are equipped
with yellow flashing lights in
addition to red- lahing lights.
Do you have to stop for a bus
that is flashing yellow lights?
Flashing yellow lights are for
warning purposes, primarily
to let you know the driver is
nearing a loading or unloading
zone and will ,soon:be stopping
and displaying. flashing red
lights and extending the stop.
arm. Youi should not stop for
.flashing yellowlights;ghowever,.
youshould slow and be prepared
to come to a complete stop.
When you see,a school bus
with yellow lights flashing,
start preparing to stop; Signal
your intentions by slowing
down and activating your brake
lights. Don't surprise the drivers
behind you by your actions.
'Always let other drivers, wiho
may not know the law or may
not be as safety conscious as


ii


utler


you, know what you are doing.
See SAFE, p. 4A


WOW!


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Disabled
employment
program avail.
Do you have a significant
physical or mental disability
and eed .help to work?
Vocatiblal Rehaib"'may be able
to assist you.
Vocational Rehab is an
employment program that
provides services for eligible
people who have 'a significant
physical or mental impairment
that limits them working. The
services are designed to enable
people to prepare for, get, keep,
or regain employment. For
more information in Union and
Columbia counties, call (386)
754-1675.


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Music IGER


Music!


Available on CD, October 2008


sail to


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/ 6/ C'P'(r a October 10-13. Jacksonville will welcome the USS
f Where FlorJa Begins. Stephen W Groves, a guided-missile frigate, and
offer tours of the ship. On October 13, come take
Part In the Jacksonvllle Navy Memorials 20th anniversary celebration. While
y you're here. enjoy all the water by playing in it at the beach, avoiding it at golf or
spending tfine dining beside It-either way, you're sure to make a splash.
Find great values on acatlon packages and info on.0ther events you won't want
to miss at Vsluacksonvilte.com/escape
awkno atVil_ aksnvlle on II 180-73-66]L


Woman Digs Tunnel From
Her House to Grocery Store
BEXAR COUNTY-After applying Thera-Gesic"to her
sore shoulders, Mary Ann W. dug a 3,927 foot tunnel
from her house directly to the entrance of her favorite
grocery store. When asked by curious onlookers why she
didn't just drive her car there, she
painlessly replied, "None of your
dang business!" l m ,


Go painlessly with Them-Gesic"


'Russell A. Wade III, P.A.

S\ Attorney at Law
.,- (386) 496-9656
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE WE ARE NOW TAKING
NEW CLIENTS AND HAVE EXPANDED OUR REPRESENTATION
Estate Planning Will Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
Several and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
155 SE 6t' Place Lake Butler, FL
S(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off of Main Street)


VOTE Doyle Williams for County Commissioner District 3

* Born and raised in Union County.
* 5th generation Union County resident. f "
STaxpayer and landowner.
* Member of Sardis Baptist Church of Worthington Springs.
* Member of National Wild Turkey Federation.
* Member of American Cancer Society.
* Wants YOUR tax money spent wisely and efficiently. i
* Self-employed and part business owner.
* Honest, Fair, Dependable and Hard Working. .
* On original committee for the Farmers Market in Lake Butler. ; '::,
* Presently on Union County Extension Agricultural'Advisory Board, 10 plus years. ;i i i;
* Will actively work to keep our community a place where people want to work and live. 'l fl
* Will actively work to make sure your tax money is spent wisely and efficiently. i;
" Your questions or concerns are welcome 352-745-6015. I


Thank your for your consideration and support on November 4th.

Pd. Pol. Adv. Pd. for and approved by Doyle Williams, Democrat for County Commissioner, District 3.


October

isLB

clean-up

month
October is Fall Beautification
Month in Lake Butler.
Throughout the month and
free of charge, the city will
remove any extra trash, debris,
scrap metals, old appliances,
junk cars, dilapidated building
or other nondesirable items in
order beautify the community
and help keep it clean.
The city commission stated it
recognizes that in order for the
community to prosper, it must
be a desirable and attractive
community, and is asking
each resident and business to
take this time to repair, clean,
improve and landscape their
properties. Businesses and
residents should place the items
at the street during regular
garbage pick-up days.


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Page 4A TIMES


Driggers


sets Masonic


milestone


BY TED BARBER
Special to the Times
'Sixty-five years ago,
Clayborn Driggers was initiated
an entered apprentice mason
in Lake Butler Lodge No. 52,
Free and Accepted Masons. The
date was June 17, 1943, and a
month later, he was passed to
the degree of fellow craft then
raised to the sublime degree of
master mason on Sept. 16 the
same year.
Driggers, 92, earned the
title of worshipful (master of
Lake Butler Lodge) in 1950.
He served as a junior steward
in 1989 and earned his 40-,
50-, 55- and 60-year Service
Certificates of Good Standing
in 1988, 1993, 1998.and 2003,
respectively. On Sept. 16 of
this year, the Grand Lodge of
Florida awarded Driggers with
his 65-year Certificate of Good
Standing.
Clayborn and Irene spent
most of their lives in Union
County. Presently they are
residing at Still Waters West, an
assisted living facility in Lake
City. They have been there for
almost a year.

Disability
awareness
observed
On Sept. 23, the Union
County School Board adopted
a resolution designating the
fTrst two weeks of October
2008 as Disability History and
Awareness weeks.
Within the resolution' the-
school board encourages
schools to provide instruction
on disability history, people
with disabilities and the
disability rights movement
during the first two weeks of
October as well as periodically
throughout the school year.
The Legislature also
encourages cooperation
between the school system, ppst
secondary institution and, the.
community at large to promote
better treatment and fairer
hiring practices for people with'
disabilities.
The Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 was
founded on the four principles
of inclusion, full participation,
economic self-sufficiency and
equality of opportunity for all
people with disabilities. There
are more than 400,000 students
with disabilities in'Florida's K-
12 education system.

There should be one day
when there is open season
on senators.
WILL ROGERS
1879-1935, American
Hunmorist, Actor


Driggers has been a Gator
and Tiger fan all of his 92
years. He and Irene have two
children, six grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren.
Daughter Marguerite and her
husband, Wayne Larkin, reside
in Gainesville and son Clay and
his wife, Cassie, reside in Lake
Butler.
Joey Delecruz, the present
district deputy grand master of
the "Friendly" 10th Masonic
District (representing Most
Worshipful Joe Fleites, the
grand master of Free and
Accepted Masons of Florida)
and Worshipful Master Leaman
Alvarez of Lake Butler Lodge
presented Driggers with
certificates, pins and a grand
master's coin.
Right Worshipful Ted Barber
served as the chaplain and Right
Worshipful George Barber read
Worshipful Drigger's masonic
history during the ceremony.
The ceremony and honor of
receiving the 65-year Grand
Lodge Certificate of Good
Standing is one that rarely
happens and is one that all who
participated will not forget.


SAFE:
Continued from p. 3A

FHP school bus test
Test your knowledge of the
law by taking this short True or
False quiz provided by FHP.
1. On a two-way street or
highway, only vehicles moving
in the same direction as the
school bus must stop for a
legally stopped school bus-
displaying red loading lights
and stop signal arm.
2. Vehicles must remain
stopped until all red loading
lights ha e.been ~trped ff, -; -
"3. Vehicles tral ilrng"'i'the
opposite direction as the school
bus displaying red loading
lights and extended stop arm do
not have to stop if the street or
highway is divided by a center
two-way left turning lane.
4. When vehicles are
traveling in the same direction
as a school bus displaying its
yellow warning lights but has
not yet come to a complete
stop, they must stop.
5. When vehicles are
traveling in the same direction
as a legally stopped school bus
displaying red loading lights
and an extended stop arm,
they do not have to stop if the
street or highway is a four-lane
divided by an unpaved-(grassy)
median at least five-feet wide.


Perhaps in His wisdom the
Almighty is trying to show
us that a leader may chart
the way, may point out
the road to lasting peace,
but that many leaders and
many peoples must do the
building.
Eleanor Roosevelt
1884-1962, American
First Lady, Columnist,


6. When vehicles are
traveling in the same direction
as a school bus displaying red
loading lights and extended
stop arm, they must stop if the
street or highway is a four-lane
roadway divided by a raised
median-. -

See how you did
.l, False. .On any two-way
street or highway, all vehicles
must stop.
2. True. All vehicles that are
required to stop must remained
stopped until the red lights are
turned off and the stop arm
retracted.
3. False. Only a five-foot
wide unpaved median or a
physical barrier provides
"the sepatafion needed to
permit Vehkcle' iri elring i'
the opposite direction of the
school bus to continue without
stopping.
4. False. Vehicles traveling
in either direction on any type
of road do not have to stop
for a school bus displaying
yellow flashing lights. These
are warnings that a stop will
occur very shortly.
5. False. Vehicles going in
the same direction must always
stop for a legally stopped school
bus displaying flashing red
lights and extended stop arms.
Only those vehicles traveling
in the opposite direction on the
other side of the median are not
required to stop.
6. True. Same rule as above
applies.


Craft fair and
yard sale set
Oct. 18
A craft fair and yard sale will
be held at the Worthington
Springs Community Park on
S.R. 121 on Saturday, Oct. 18,
from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
Breakfast, funnel cakes, cake
walks, quilt and afghan raffle,


hot dogs, barbecue chicken
lunches, music, yard sale
booths and craft sale booths
are the main attractions for this
event.
The fundraiser is sponsored
by Sardis Baptist Church to
raise funds for its new Family
Life Center building. Booths
are still available. Contact Ayn
McDermott at (386) 496-8480
or call Sardis Baptist Church at
(386) 496-0892.


Never mistake knowledge
for wisdom. One helps you
make a living; the other
helps you make a life.
Sandara Carey

Without wisdom, knowledge
is either useless or
destructive.
Source, Unknown


PIIP



First Baptist Church of Lake Butler invites

all married & "soon to be" married couples

to see FIREPROOF4his Saturday, October

4th at the Florida Twin Theatre in Starke.

Please come by the office and pick up your

FREE tickets for the 4:45 pm or 7:00 pm

showing. These tickets also include free

childcare for ages infant 6th grade.

For more info call us at 386-496-3704

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ot ^ Florida Credit Union
At Florida Credit Union, members come first. They offer honest deals to every member, every time. Therefore,
they give you low rates on auto and home loans, free checking accounts with generous savings rates and other
y 'no-cost and low-cost services.
Y OUa When you deposit money in Florida Credit Union, you become a member, not just a customer, because your
o u r deposit is considered your share of the ownership in the credit union. Florida Credit Union specializes in helping
people save money. They provide objective financial advice that is focused on reducing loan payments, increasing
T ra v e lu I savings, and improving credit scores. Florida Credit Union is not your typical "bank." In addition to traditional
T ra v e l? banking services, they also finance land/home packages, provide financing for businesses, and offer loan services
24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Their goal is to help you take advantage of the benefits of a locally owned, not-
for-profit credit union.
GIVERS ... The authors of this 2008 Fall Preview Edition Local Business Update suggest that you call Florida Credit
GIV SU nion at (904) 964-1427 or visit them in front of the Super Wal-Mart at 2460 Commercial Drive in Starke,
YOUR LOVED ormore information. Bradford Pre-School
VACATION. Home of the Future Tornados!
Have you been hopelessly searching for the best possible environment for your child or children to attend while
you're away? Allow the caring and dependable staff at Bradford Pre-School to give you a tour of their facilities.
..-.--- .. They are always happy to answer your questions and will keep you informed of your child's development.
Bradford Pre-School is a participant in the VPK Program and spaces are still available.
-Y Their emphasis is on providing a nurturing and healthy environment while-allowing the children that attend to
grow and explore their endless curiosity. Offering the latest development of learning toys and equipment, the staff'
at Bradford Pre-Schaoelwelcomes your child to a world full of acceptance and warmth and their trained teachers
encourage the-children to learn at their own pace. They know that when it comes to something as priceless as your
child or children, you deserve to find the very best. At Bradford Pre-School they can offer you just that. From
spacious rooms full of friendly faces to a playground made for good'times, they desire to make each individual
child feel special from A to Z!
BLE The authors of this 2008 Fall Edition Local Business Update suggest that you stop by Bradford Pre-School
at 407 W. Washington St. in Starke, phone (904) 964-4361, and check out the best in childcare!
, C & G Manufactured Homes
Building Homes For NE Florida Over 25 Years
-964-2220 I2 ) Trying to buy a home can sometimes be frustrating. It could be credit problems or finding a mortgage that is
reasonable and that you can afford. Manufactured and modular homes have been the latest trend for homebuyers
all across the nation. C & G Manufactured Homes can help you achieve the "American Dream," and get youin
your very own home with very little money down.
SWhen you purchase your home from. C & G Manufactured Homes, you can save thousands in transportation
costs because the factory is right in Lake City. They would be pleasgD to give you a tour of the factory so you
can see their top-quality construction for yourself. Their homes have'all the same features from the interior to
the exterior construction that are found in many site-built homes. Kitchens provide spacious cabinets as well as
brand-name appliances and storage areas. Many baths offer luxury features including roman tubs and skylights.
S Facility Bedrooms and living areas reflect the most contemporary design concepts including built-in cabinets, elegant
window treatments and, in some models, energy-efficient fireplaces.
Financing options are available for qualified buyers. If you would like to see their floor plans, or would like more
om c n'(te information on any of their model lines, please stop by their office located in Lake City at Highway 90West,
Phone (386) 752-3743; or 278 Deputy J. Davis Lane, phone (386) 755-8885, or call either office to schedule
your personal tour of their factory.
ainwright Park The editors of this 2008 Fall Edition Local Business Update are pleased to suggest that C & G Manufactured
Homes could be your best opportunity in the hunt for your new home. Visit their website for a virtual tour
at \ v~.cimffhomes.com.


Pictured (sitting) are Irene and Clayborn Driggers. Standing behind the couple are Leaman Alvarez, George
Barber, Ted Barber, Bob Gaubatz, Joey Delecruz and Wayne Larkin. Photo by Jerry Couts.


Local Business Update
Prepared By County News, Inc. 2008 All Rights Reserved
(800) 580-0485 www.countynewsinc.com


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October 2, 2008 TIMES Page 5A



2 new


fellow A


craft


Masons

BYTED BARBER
Special to the Times .


These two are really dying to get out of here.


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This saloon will convince anyone about the evils of
drink-(and bartenders?)



Tombstone returns


Halloween Carnival and
Spook Trail
to be hosted by Lake
Butler Rotary and Kirby
Pharmacy

The Ghost Town of
Tombstone is returning to
Lake Butler this Halloween,
along with an added carnival,
promising fun for all ages.
The Lake Butler Rotary Club,
in conjunction with Kirby and
Company Pharmacy, are busy
planning the event that will
take place two weekends this
year: Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 24-25, and Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Due
to a scheduled football game on
Halloween night (spooky!), the
city -i4si, !hekli jgri k-or-Troat
,tis year on Saturday, Nov. 1.
The event will be located on


C.R. 231, just past the entrance
to Reception and Medical
Center. Follow the signs.
"We wanted to bring back
the best elements of the old
Worthington Springs Halloween
Carnival that we remembered
from childhood," said Rotary
Club President Russ Wade, "and
by combining the carnival with


Daniel Richard Ryder of
Bradford Lodge No. 35 and
Leavy Shane Robinson of Lake
Butler Lodge No. 52 were
passed from Entered Apprentice
Degree to Fellow Craft Degree
in Free Masonry at Lake Butler
Lodge on Sept. 24.
--Right Worshipful Ted Barber
served as the worshipful master
for the degree and Worshipful
Don Noland, an honorary
member of Lake Butler
Lodge, gave the Winding Stair
Lecture. Right Worshipful
George Barber read the Fellow
Craft Charge. Twenty-seven
Freemasons were present for
the degree.


the Tombstone Spook Trail we
plan to take itto the next level
for the new generation."
The Rotary Club hopes that
if the event is a success, it can
become an annual event.
The Halloween carnival
will feature food, a number of
games and activities, including
the familiar kiddy games such
as the fishing booth, lollipop
pull, cupcake walk and duck
pond, as well as traditional
carnival games of skill for older
children and adults.
Many games will be available
for $1, while most kiddie games
will cost only 50 cents. There
will also be family games that
See TOMB, p. 8A


(Front, I-r) is Don Noland, Dan Ryder, Leavy Robinson, Greg Cameron, (back, I-r)
Don Hicks, Ron Ratliff, Colan Coody, Ted Barber, Tim Geibeig, Gary Ranard and
George Barber.








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42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boals
45 Land for Sale
46 Real Istate Outi of Area
47 Commercial Property
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48 Hiumes for Sale
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52 Animals & Pels
53 Yard Sales
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55 Wanted
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57 FonrSale
58 building! Materials
59 Ier.stnul Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriplures
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63 Love lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 llunting Land for Renl
68 Carpet Cleaning
69 F[od Supplenlants
70 Self Storage
72 Sporlaig Goods
73 Fuarmn l(iipnment
74 Computers & Computer
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estate advertising in this
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preference, limitation or
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tei'tiori to make any such
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and people securing cus-
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THE CLASSIFIED STAFF
CANNOT BE HELD RE-
SPONSIBLE FUH MiS-
TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING TAKEN
OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday
at 12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is S9.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
Auctions 41
ESTATE AUCTION SAT-
URDAY, OCTOBER
4TH, 10am across from
Harvey's Supermar-
ket on SR21 between
Keystone and Melrose.
Estate of the late Mary
Jane Hoover. A house
full of furniture, china,
kitchen items, jewelry,
hats, clothing, tools, yard
and garden tools and lots
more. Cash, check, Visa,
MC or debit. 12% buyer's
premium plus tax. 2%
BP discount with cash or


check. Keystone Auction
Service, AB1648/AU2225,
352-283-6297
42
Motor Vehicles
LOOKING FOR TEN PEO-
PLE FOR CREDIT RE-
BUILDING PROGRAM
with payments under
$300/mth. Call 866-665-
2372.
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
UNDER $300/MTH on
Honda Pilot or Nissan
Altima. Call 866-665-
2372.
2000 PETERBILT MODEL
379, $45K. Owner fi-
nancing. Call Anthony at
904-964-7537.
43
RVs and
Campers
2004 32' CEDAR CREEK
FIFTH WHEEL 2 slides,
rear kitchen and lots of.
storage. Excellent condi-


-tin, $18.500. Call 904-
21f'99365 or 904-782-
9822. '
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Land for Sale
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470 or 904-964-9222,
(owner/agent).
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.
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
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.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SO FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $1,000 for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
48
Homes for Sale
2/1 HOME COMPLETELY
REMODELED. Asking
$77K, owner will pay
closing costs and no
down payment to qualify-
ing buyer. 2 miles N. of
Starke on 301. Phone
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA 696 Epperson
St. Starke, $49,500. Call
352-745-0039.


Mobile Homes
for Sale
FOR SALE BY OWNER
SINGLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOMES starting at
$7,900. 2/2 or 3/2. Also,
3/2 on one acre for sale.
Call Jesse at 352-318-
9262.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
3/2 SINGLEWIDE MO-
BILE HOME. Early 2000
and/or late '90's. Call for
details, 352-318-9262.
1/1-$400/MTH, FIRSTHAND
LAST. Low utility (FPL).
Hwy 301 N, Starke, 904-
769-6020.
MACCLENNY LAND HOME
PACKAGE- New 1579 sq
ft 3/2 with deluxe kitchen
appliances, island, lots of
cabinets, formal dining
and more on 1.5 shaded
acres on the St. Mary's
River. Was $135K, re-
duced to $120K. Call
904-259-8028.
BRAND NEW 1369 SQ FT
3/2- DELIVERED, set-up,
A/C, skirting and steps all
installed. $52K. call 904-
259-8028.
BRAND NEW 4/2, 2280 SO
FT Delivered, set-up,
A/C, skirting and steps all
installed, $69,400. Call
904-259-8028.
BRAND NEW 4/2, 1560 SO
FT-DELIVERED. Set-up,
A/C, skirting and steps, all
installed, $56,400. Call
904-259-8028.
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
YOU CAN OWN YOUR
OWN HOME 3/2 mobile
home, all redone. Seller
will finance. $750 down,
$365/mth plus $195 lot
rent. Hidden Oaks Mobile


Home Park, 386-496-
8111.
50
For Rent
STARKE 4/2 $950/MTH
PLUS $1,000 DEPOSIT.
Service animals only. Call
S352-473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/2.
$775/mth rent plus $900
deposit. Trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055,
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$775/mth plus $900
security deposit. Trash
and pest control included,
service animals only Call
352-473-8255.
MOBILE HOME IN SMALL
PARK LOCATED ON
SR121. Close to all pris-
ons, CH/A. Call 904-
364-8535.
2/2 MOBILE HOME WITH
LAWN SERVICE AND
PEST CONTROL. Nice
private area. Call for info,
904-964-3359. $625/
mth, first and last plus
$300/dep.
12X70 TRAILER, 2/1.5 -
VERY CLEAN. $500/mth,
$400/dep. First and last


month's rent required.
Call 904-782-3380 or
904-782-3367.
KEYSTONE 2/1, CH/A,
HOUSE ON HALF MOON
SLAKE. 2 acres, 12x24
shed, partially fenced.
References, $595/mth.
Call 352-246-1450.
KEYSTONE 4/2 WITH CA-
THEDRAL CEILINGS,
CH/A, remodeled, carpet,
wooded lot, close to bike
path. References, $795/
mth. Call 352-246-1450.
2/1 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME $500/mth plus
$500/dep. 22515 NW
53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
vice animals only. Call
904-312-3999 or 904-
782-3867.
HAMPTONLAKEAREA2/2
MOBILE HOME. $500/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-473-8981.
FOR RENT BY OWNER -
2/2 ON 1/4 ACRE. Brand
new DWMH with appli-
ances. Call for more info,
352-318-9262.
FOR LEASE (OR SALE)
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
MOBILE HOME 2/1
on one acre fenced lot,
paved road. Close to
town. First, last and se-


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352-475-3094.
631 FRANCES ST. -NEWLY
REMODELED 2/1 block
home in the city of Starke.
Carport, corner lot, fenced .
backyard, within walk-
ing distance to schools.
$700/mth, $700/dep with
one year lease. Call 904-
964-5017 or 352-745-
6463.
4/2 COUNTRY HOME -
SOME PASTURE. Lo-
cated in Providence/
Worthington Springs
area. CH/A, $925/mth.
Call 386-496-2354.
3/1 IN STARKE'NEAR
SCHOOLS. $750/mth
plus $750/dep. Rental
references required, 6
mth lease. Call 904-964-
2167, leave message.
FOR RENT: COMMERCIAL
BUILDING, 2 miles north
of city limits on 301. Ap-
prox. 1800 sq ft, enclosed
with 20' roofed frontage.
20'x30' separate building
included. 3 bays with
garage doors. $750/mth,,
first and last required
with $500 security de-
posit. Call 904-964-3370
or 904-964-7195.


WATERFRONT 2/2 FLEET-
WOOD Has handicap
ramp, front porch, full
deck on back facing Deer
Springs. Cute cottage
style, large yard, covered
carport. $695/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-473-
2252, service animals
only.
TRAILER LOT FOR RENT
-UNDER SHADE TREES
in country. Lots of space,
service animals only.
Utilities included. Call
352-468-2684.

SMALL TRAILER FOR
RENT IN COUNTRY.
Utilities included, call 352-
468-2684.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT- Key-
stone Heights. Newer 3/2
beautiful DWon large 1/3
acre lot with new carpet,
fully equipped kitchen,
washer/dryer hook-up:
$650/mth plus deposit
Call 904-571-4264.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT! COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
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furnished in Melrose area $650/mo & security.
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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.
Oall352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BRORLAKEFRONT2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS 2,3 and
4BR apartments starting
at $579. No deposit down
with approved applica-
tion. W/D hook ups, pool,
computer room, fitness
center, walking distance
to school. Pets welcome.
Call 904-368-0007.
HOUSE FOR RENT -
COUNTRY SETTING.
2/2, CH/A, washer/dryer
hook-ups, carport, shed.
Bradford County. $675
plus deposit. Call 352-
473-7208 or 352-745-
6074.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
LAKEFRONT LARGE
1/1 with CH/A, new ap-
pliances. $550/mth, call
678-640-1524.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
2/1 TRAILER WITH AIR
AND FENCED YARD.
Located in Lawtey, call
386-562-3408.
KEYSTONE 2/1 FUR-
NISHED OR UNFUR-
NISHED. Sunroom, deck
and carport. $600/mth,
first, last plus deposit.
Call 904-225-4908 or
904-838-9574.
2/1 LAKEVIEW HOUSE
$550/mth plus electric.
Also, studio apartment,
utilities included. $450/-
mth. Both first and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/2 FOR RENT SERVICE
'-*NIMALS ONLY, NO
SMOKING, credit report
required. $950/mth plus
security. 525 Hebron
Ave., Park of the Palms,
Keystone Heights. Calf
352-235-1586.
FOR RENT NEW APART-
MENT, 1BR FURNISHED
with cable and carport.
$500/mth. Call 352-283-
4644. Lake Geneva,
SR100.
2/1 HOUSE WITH FENCED
YARD AND A/C on St.
Clair St. $450/mth plus
deposit and security. Ser-
vice animals only. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
3/2 MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT ON 2.5 ACRES.
$700/mth plug security
'deposit. In Lawtey. Call
904-894-2552.
5/2 HOUSE WITH BIG
FENCED YARD 4 miles


from Lake Butler, 10 miles
to Starke. $300/dep,
$750/mth. Call 904-284-
9223 or 904-305-8287.
2/1 HOME WITH CH/A,
COMPLETELY REMOD-
ELED. New carpet and
paint. $470/mth plus
deposit. Call 904-368-
0832.
FREE MONTH'S RENT OR
RENT TO OWN. Clean
2/1 SWMH with fenced
lot in Starke. Also, in
Keystone Heights, 2/1
with lakefront for rent only.
Available 10/1. $550/mth
plus deposit each. Senior
discount offered. Safe,
quiet area. Lawn service
and maintenance pro-
vided. Will consider small
pet. Call 352-473-5214.
STUDIO APARTMENT FOR
RENT- $450/mth includes
electric and water utilities.
226S Thompson St. First
month rent plus deposit.
Call Mr. Corbin at 904-
563-5410.
52
Animals & Pets _
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGSI Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
HUND MIX PUPPIES,
$150. Chihuahua and
Dachshund mix puppies,
$150. 40-45 chickens and
rooster also for sale. Call
386-431-1404.


53A
Yard-Sales
'SATURDAY, OCTOBER
4TH, 7:30AM-12PM lo-
cated at Smith Brothers
Body Shop, north 301.
Junior jeans (0 and 1, Hy-
draulic, Charlotte Russe),
tops, shoes (sizes 6 and
7), and purses. Baby and
toddler boy clothes (size
newborn to2T) and shoes
(2-5). Medical scrubs size
XS, toys, housewares,
and holiday items.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-
3PM. Furniture, appli-
ances, books, Avon signs,
little girls stuff, etc. 3
miles on 100S on SE
129th St., follow signs.
Call 904-964-6604.
SIDEWALK SALE/MULTI
FAMILY YARD SALE.
Saturday, October 4,
9:30am-? Lyri's, 103 Ed-
wards Rd., Starke.
MOVING SALE SATUR-
DAY, OCTOBER 4, 8AM-
? Lafayette St., Starke.
Lots of furniture, clothing,
toys and misc.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY, 9AM-4PM.
640 Glendale St. off
SR16W, look for signs.
CDs, movies, washer
and dryer, and house-
hold items.
MOVING SALE FRIDAY,
10/3 AND SATURDAY,
10/4, 8AM-3PM. 431
North Broadway St.,
Starke, across from en-
trance to BHS football
field. Furniture, tools,
clothing, firewood, house-
hold items. Tob much
to list.


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

19041904-5069
405 W. Georgia St. Starke
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3BR/2BA in Starke
Walk to schools! Huge screened porch, fireplace.
For Sale at $145,000 or Rent for $900/mo
Broker/Owner

3BR/2BA Newly renovated for rent $800 (BrokerlOwner)


Rhonda Stifel 904-769-9699
Ann Ryan 904-364-6148
Ken Ryan 904-364-8213
HOMETOWN Amanda Williams 904-364-8340
sNs aSSEnn Ronnie Norman 904-364-6985
"Where You Comei First" Gayle Van Wagenen 904-449-3938


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HOMES FOR SALE

4BR/4BA 2834sf 2-story on Walnut St.,
carports, screened porch, detached game
room & workshop.................$290,000
3BR/2.5BA 4016sf Newly Renovated 2-
story home with large room, FPs,
sunroom, formal living & dining rooms
$399,900
3BR/1BA Block Home in town with
bonus room. Large workshop /shed,
partially fenced & carport.
................ ......................... $106,000
4BR 2-story Victorian on Cherry St.
Wrap around porches, formal dining &
living rooms.
............................................... 165,000
3BRI1.5BA 1477sf on oversized fenced
lot.............................$:0........ $160,000
3BR/2BA on 1 acre Newer windows,
vinyl siding, deck, shed & more. Only......
........................................... $99,250
3BR/1BA on 1.5 acres. Needs some
TLC............................................$89,900
3BR/2BA Never lived in Hardiplank &
brick. Must See. Only..............$135,000


Large Home in Keystone, over 2000sf,
Keystone area
.................................... ....$109,000

3BRI2BA, on 1 acre. Deck, landscaped,
motivated seller, move in ready.$79,900

LAND FOR SALE
Mobile Home Lots: Just reduced &
many to choose from.
77 Acres Paved road, would be good
hunting land or get-a-way.
1 Acre Only..............................$15,000
1 Acre near Bayless Highway
..................................................$ 16 ,500
WATERFRONT FOR SALE
Lake Elizabeth, crystal clear, 1+ acre
with power pole, well, shed. Ready to
build on....................................$119,000
Sampson Lake lot with well. 50" on the
water. Mobile homes allowed Only
$54,500

We Have Commercial Property!
Call for information.


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(904) 964-7330


107 E. Call Street
Starke, FL


MOVING SALE 6623
CR18, SATURDAY ONLY.
Hampton, 8am-? Large
variety of items, cheap,
linens, appliances, chairs,
tables and much more.
HUGE YARD SALE FRI-
DAY AND SATURDAY At
hospital, turn left by First
Presbyterian Church, go
one mile, L on NE 21st
Ave, follow signs.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8AM-?
AT JULIA'S FLORIST on
Hwy 301.
BABY AND ADULT CLOTH-
ING, BEDDING, TOYS,
and misc. Saturday, Oc-
tober 4th, 8am-lpm be-
hind Lawtey Apartments
under covered bridge.
LARGE FAMILY YARD
SALE SATURDAY, OC-
TOBER 4th, 7am until
everything is gone. 540
Weldon St., Starke. Lots
of baby items, household
items, frames, curtains,
vases, adult size clothes
as well as baby clothes.
ESTATE SALE FARM
ITEMS, CHINA, FURNI-
TURE, pottery, cast iron
and lots more. Thurs-
day, Friday and Saturday,
8am-2pm, 305 Clark St.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-4PM, GRIFFIS
LOOP. Baby items, mov-
ies, DVDs, fishing stuff,
plants and lots more.
2 BLOCKS NORTH FROM
NORMAN'S FOOD
STAND on Hwy 301, Fri-
day and Saturday. Car
for sale.


SATURDAY ONLY COLD-
WELL BANKER parking
lot on Call St. Tons of nice
items, 8am-12pm.
FRIDAY ONLY CONERLY
ESTATES ON SR16W.
Tons of nice items, 8am-
1pm.
"RELAY FOR LIFE" MULTI
FAMILY YARD SALE.
Friday and Saturday, Oc-
tober 3rd and 4th, 1609
Raiford Rd. Queen tu-
bular water bed, electric
stove, Halloween and
Christmas decorations,
books, crafts, sheets, tow-
els, shoes, clothing. Too
many items to list. Come
on out and help us with
the fight for a cure.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY,
100A (GRIFFIS LOOP),
turn by Kangaroo, follow
signs to SE 144th St (dirt


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3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
FRIDAY AND SATUR-
DAY, October 3rd and
4th, 4447 Nw 173rd St.
(Market Rd) off SR16
(toward the prison). Adult
and children's clothing,
religious and cookbooks,
razor electric pavement
go-cart, toys, ceiling fans,
large conference tables
and home decor.
2.5 MILES NORTH OF
LAWTEY on 301. Lots
of clothes and shoes.
Saturday, 8am-?
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
SATURDAY ONLY 8AM-
1PM. 1001 SE 50TH ST.


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(off 21B). Furniture, ap-
pliances, kitchen utensils,
sporting goods, fishing
stuff.
.MULTI FAMILY SATUR-
DAY ONLY, 7AM-? 6523
Triest Ave., off Commer-
cial Circle. Furniture,
pod and patio Turniture,
women's and children's
clothing.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
9AM-2PM OFF CR214
Sat 6220 Colgate Rd. Din-
'ing table with 6 chairs,
'more furniture, baby stuff,
household goods, clothes
and more. For info, call
352-473-4757.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, OCTOBER
4, 8am-? 6860 Crystal
Lake Rd. Desk, dog pen,
basketball hoop, tires and
wheels (285/75 R16's, fit


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3PM. Crystal Lake Home-
sites, 383 SE 73rd St,
follow signs. Nice ladies
and children's clothes,
household items.
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Lake Butler
Yard Sales
YARD SALE MEN, WOM-
EN'S AND CHILDREN'S
CLOTHES, glassware,
cookware, cookbooks,
larger than ever sale.
Friday and Saturday,
9am-4pm. 1/2 mile of
Worthington Springs on
18 East.


GRAND OPENING FOR TY-
LER'S THRIFT SHOP at
new location. Go SR100
to SR121 in Lake Butler,
turn left, go 7 miles to
2nd road past Quiett Well
Drilling, look for signs.
All items on tables and in
shed. Call 386-233-2039,
lots of stuff.
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For Sale
BED KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BED-OUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
'Call 352-372-8588.


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* 2BR/IBA, Corer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.....$59,500
* 3BR/IBA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Seller will
pay up to $1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....
.......... ......... ...... ........... $106,000
* 1.25 A4"VE q7NE. __12th Ave &
171st S"DI i l......................$18,000
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................................REDUCED $29,950
* I Wooded Acr1~ ffitiW 177th in
Pleasant C I ?..... ................$20,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.R.16 E. Starke MUST SELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212'sq. ft. Starke .............. $147,600
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BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Beautiful cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc-
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5,600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846.
COUCH AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
BULK COW MANEUR FOR
SALE Pure, dry-stacked.
Call Anthony at 904-964-
7537.
1992 DODGE EXTENDED
CUSTOM VAN, excellent
condition, $1,500. Elec-
tric wheelchair lift with re-
mote for van, $1,000. '90
Camaro, new valve train,
new tires, 5sp. Hot car
but needs work, $1,000.
18ft boat with trailer and
motor, $600. Call 352-
473-7425 or 904-226-
4346.
STEEL BUILDINGS FAC-
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1399.
STEEL BUILDINGS -$1000
TO' RESERVE. Factory
direct, local consultant.
Can erect (discount-
ed). www.scg-grp.com.
Source#16H. Phone 904-
838-1399.
CERAMIC TILE TOP TABLE
WITH 4 CHAIRS, SEATS
-" 10, $300, Cast iron king
and full size headboards.
Burgundy recliner, $75.
Ab lounge, $40. Rod
iron outside table with 4
chairs, $50. 3 small din-
ing chairs, $5 each. Call
352-473-7535 or 904-
314-2798.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL WASHERS and
dryers, new type $95
and up each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8861.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO- IN


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6841
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can help you build a new
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Personal
Services
CHILDCARE IN MY KEY-
STONE HOME. Licensed
CPR/FirstAid. Hot meals,
indoor play room, lots of
activities. 12 years expe-
rience. Near Twin Lake
Soccer Park. Infants and
up. Call 352-478-8040,
Lic#F04CL0116.
PAUL MILLER TREE SER-
VICE. Licensed and in-
sured, free estimates.
Call 904-796-2430.
DO YOU OR YOUR LOVED
ONE NEED AN IN-HOME
CAREGIVER? Non-
smoking only, housesitter,
anifnal caretaker, drive to
appts., etc. 20+ years
experience. Give Helen a
call, 352-473-7845.
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.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $150 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
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Business
Opportunity
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ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.


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driver's license required.
CDL a plus. Full time,
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ext 4.
PART-TIME STUDENT DE-
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IST. Bachelor's degree
required. Experience
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advisement. Pick up
application from Santa
Fe Community College,
Andrews Center, 209
W Call St., Starke, FL
32091, or download from
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completed application to
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tor, at the address listed
above by close of busi-
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. Pan.e 8A TIMES October 2, 2008


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
Ivory Hunter begins his day
ironing clothes and preparing
breakfast for his family. From
there, he heads to his day job
as wellness director at the
Reception and Medical Center,
the Department of Corrections
institution located in Lake
Butler.
Known by all as Coach
Hunter, he teaches wellness,
physical fitness, care and
prevention, and smoking
cessation to youthful offenders
in the mornings.and the same
programs to adult offenders in
the afternoons.
Coach Hunter said the
Wellness Program serves to
educate inmates regarding
appropriate lifestyle choices,
getting in shape. both mentally
and physically and proper
hygiene. Hunter also provides
individual fitness programs to
keep inmates, active. Fitness
activities for inmates include
things like basketball, softball,
flag football, "'volleyball,
track and weight and strength
training, but such 'privileges
must be earned.
"Inmates have to be cleared
with nowrite-upsordisciplinary
action on their record to get
recreational privileges," Hunter
said.


TOMB:.
Continued from p. 5A

are like life-size board games
that children and parents can
play together. Prizes will be
awarded for each of the games
played.
"We've worked hard to make
sure there are activities and
games for little ones, teenagers
and for parents," said Wade,
"and we are also focusing on
keeping things reasonably
priced."
The event will also feature
a variety of entertainment
options. For a small admission
price, moonwalks will be made
available for children too young
to enjoy being frightened on
the spook trail.
Kirby Pharmacy is also
sponsoring Treat Street, where
little ones can trick or treat
in a scaled-down, fright-free
trail of their own. A western-
themed jail-and-bail will allow
everyone to lock up their friends
and family and a hay ride will
ferry visitors from the carnival
to the haunted trail.
Of course, the centerpiece of
the entertainment will be the
Tombstone Ghost Town and
Haunted Trail.
A labor of love for Pharmacist
Keith Kirby, preparations
for 'the spook trail have been
underway for several months.
Kirby designed the western
ghost town theme and layout
and has been working on this
year's version of the trail for
more than a year, adding to
the movie back-lot-type ghost
town originally opened to the
public two years ago.
Kirby said, "The new version
of the'spook trail brings back
all of.the old elements and adds
even more. We have a haunted
hotel, saloon, jail, general store,
graveyard, and even an Indian
village."
The trail also features a gold
mine that twists and turns like
a maze.


RMC is one of only seven
prisons in Florida with an
indoor gymnasium. It is also
the only prison in Florida with
a dialysis center for those with
special needs.
"We have exercise programs
for all inmates, including those
who are wheelchair bound,"
Hunter said.
Once cleared to participate,
Hunter and his wellness center
staff try to motivate inmates by
first writing up an individual
program involving flexibility,
bodybuilding, endurance,
weightlifting and basic use of
the wellness center equipment.
The program keeps inmates
with health risks from becoming
idle and gives them something
to focus on. Hunter said one
inmate who started out at 302
pounds dropped to 187 pounds
in one year on the program.
"We've also produced a few
good athletes and a few even
went into bodybuilding. We've
also helped several inmates
stop smoking," Hunter said.
Hunter began his career in
corrections as a social worker
at the RMC Hospital in 1982.-
Several months later, he was
working as the wellness director
at New River East Correctional
Institution and' later returned
as wellness director at RMC'
in 1995.
"I love my job," said Hunter.
"My motivation comes from


home."
Hunter has been married
to the light of his life, Joan
Hunter, for 24 years and they
have four children: Joanna, 23,
currently attending FSU for a
degree in special education,
Michelle, 19, a sophomore
studying hospitality at Floiola
A&M, Christina, a 15-year-ol
ninth grader at Union County
High School and Joey, 21, who
resides in Gainesville.
Ask Hunter and he'll tell you
he considers his assistant at the
wellness center, Officer Steve
Kelly, to be family as well. Not
only do the men work together
at RMC, but during football
season, they both coach corner
backs for the UCHS Tigers
team.
"Coach Kelly is my right-
hand man. He does a great job,
and at work, I consider him my
equal. I continue to learn for
him all the time," Hunter said.
No doubt, if you see one of
them, you can rest-assured, the
other's nearby. Except maybe
when it comes to church.
Kelly serves as a deacon at
Victory Christian Center in
Lake Butler and Hunter attends
the Church of God by Faith
with his family in Starke.
RMC Warden Tim Cannon
and Assistant Warden Chris
Southerland allowed Hunter
and Kelly to mentor students
at Lake Butler Middle School,
Union County High School, the
Outpost alternative school and
the juvenile detention center.
"My superiors and the entire
staff at RMC are A-I," Hunter
said. "The closeness and
togetherness experienced there
is the best."
At the schools, Hunter and
Kelly also talk with students
who are given in-school
suspension and offer any
student the opportunity to come
talk to one of them if they need
help.
The men do what they can
to-encourage kids to stay out
of trouble and respect their
teachers. This, Hunter said, is
their way of giving back to
kids.
If you watch Coach Hunter
on the sidelines at a football
game, he's not there just to
coach the players, but he's
mentoring and motivating them
as well. Prior to coaching at
UCHS, he coached at Santa Fe
High School for three years and
the Mighty Mites for another
two years.
He was also the one-time
defensive coordinator for the


no longer existent semi-pro
Enforcers football team that
used to be in Union County.
Hunter graduated from Leon
High School in Tallahassee
where he was inducted into
his alma mater's hall of fame
as a member of the 1974 state
championship football team
where he played defensive
corner back.
A prospective scholarship
athlete, he made a verbal
commitment to follow his
dream and attend Georgia Tech.
AIn 1974, it was his senior year
in high school and Hunter lost
his mother, Savannah Hunter,
to-an aneurism.
Hunter decided to stay close
to home so he could help his
father, Samuel A. Hunter Jr.,
raise Hunter's two younger
brothers, Leroy and James. He
received a scholarship to play
football at FSU. Then, in 1976,
his father needed a kidney
operation and Hunter was a
good match for a donor.
Hunter recalls, "But my
father wouldn't let me do it. He
said he didn't want .anything
to stop me'from continuing
with my football and becoming
the first one in my family to
graduate from college.--
One year later, Hunter's
father was on the side of a road
with a gas can -putting fuel into
his uncle's car when he was
struck by another motorist and
killed. Leroy and James were in
high school and were now being
raised by their grandparents.
During his senior year at FSU,
Hunter broke his leg playing
football and was granted an
additional year of playtime.
Hunter holds the record as
FSU's only team captain for
two consecutive years, 1978
and 1979.
Right before he was to
graduate from college, his
grandfather, Samuel Hunter Sr.,
'died from heart complications.
A year after receiving his
degrees in communications and
in coaching, his grandmother,
Willie Mae Hunter, who had
diabetes that led to blindness
and her being wheelchair-
bound, passed away.
Through it all, Hunter was
able to overcome his many
tragedies and press on. He
didn't have a parent to go
home to at night and tell how
practice went or what happened
at school that day. He didn't
have his mom or dad sitting in


him with a positive influence
in his life.
He credits Pastor James
McKnight and Pastor Byron
Ramseur at Church of God by
Faith for providing him with
spiritual motivation.
His wife holds a special place,
though. "Joan is my-backbone.
What I want is to live to see our
- kids become-successful in life,"
he said.


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Families can participate in the
carnival game and admission
into the Tombstone spook trail
for $2 per person or $5 for a
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"Come hungry," said Wade,
"we will have plenty of good
things to eat."
The Tombstone Ghost Town
and Haunted Trail will be open
at dusk on Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 24-25 and Friday and
Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 1.
Carnival booths will be open
Nov. 1, from 6-10 p.m., with
the Spook Trail staying open
until late that evening.
"I wouldn't be surprised if,
once the word gets out, that you
don't see people coming over
from surrounding communities
next year," added Wade.


the stands at his games.
"So when I talk to these kids
who are hurt or feel left out
because -heir parents don't
attend their practices or their
games, I really do know how
they feel," Hunter said.
Hunter praises two of his
in-laws, who he affectionately
refers to as Miss Karen and
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Regional News
News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area



Santa Fe wants to create more scholarship opportunities


John and Julee
Tinsler used their
scholarships. as
springboards to
careers in Bradford
County schools
BY CLIFF SM ELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
There are 12 endowed
scholarships to Santa Fe
College made available
specifically to Bradford
County students (another three
are in the process of being
established), but many
qualified students are turned
away because'the money isn't
there. With that in mind, the
college's endowment
corporation is having a
fundraising drive in an effort
to better serve more students.
Cheryl Canova, the director
of the Santa Fe College
Andrews Center in Starke, said
40 of the Bradf6rd County-
specific scholarships,
including renewals, were
awarded this year. However,
20-25 students had to be
turned away "simply because
we did not have the funds."
Several donations have been
made recently. The Starke
Rotary and Kiwanis clubs
donated $25,000 and $5,000,
respectively, to the endowed
scholarships in their names,
while $16500 was received
from a private donor for the
Becky Reddish Memorial
Scholarship.
If you would like to help or
learn more about the
scholarships available, please
call Canova at (904) 964-5382
or call the' Santa Fe College
Endowment- Corporation at
(352) 395-5200. You may also
visit the Web site
www.sfcc.edu/scholarships.
Donations will all be
matched by the state
eventually and do not have to
be cash. People can make
general donations or donate
toward specific scholarships.
--Two ~ isplheLi '- of -the
Bradford Couni\ public school
system can attest to the
,importance 'of scholarships.
John Tinsler; -a--sixth-grade
science teacher at Bradford
Middle School, and his wife,
Julee Tinsler, the district's
finance director, both
graduated from Bradford High
School-in the I1980s and-both
received scholarships to Santa
Fe.
John said the understanding
in his,family is that he wouldd
attend college, but the family
had no money set aside.for that
purpose.
Therefore, John said "it was
just truly a blessing" when he
received the news from Jim
Duncan, the principal of
Bradford High School at the
time, that he had received a
scholarship.
"It was great because I really
had no financial planning as to
how I was going to pay for
college when it came time to
go to college," John said.
Julee, who graduated third in
her class, was intent on going
to college, too. Her family
would've found a way to make
it happen if she had not


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...A 37-year-old Jacksonville
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car collided with a truck on
S.R. 100.in Union County.
Tobie Cornel Young was
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Dennis Weaver


received the scholarships she
did, but the scholarships did
make it a lot easier, she said.
For example, she did not have
to rely on a job to get her


through school. She did work,
but just 20 hours a week.
"That was a huge help,"
Julee said. "If got me through
school a whole lot faster."


John laughed when he
thought about the fact that he
worked 40 hours a week and
took a full load of classes.
"Looking back, I wouldn't


suggest anyone do that ever,"
he said.
John remembered how Santa
Fe classes were still being held
at Bradford High School when


he began college, but the
Andrews Center did eventually
open while he was still a
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Bradford
Middle School
sixth-grade
science teacher
John Tinsler
assists
students Ronda
McCormick and
Corey
Robinson with
a classroom
exercise.
Tinsler and his
wife, Julee, '*.
were both
recipients of
Santa Fe
College
scholarships
coming out of
high school.





SANTA FE
Continued from page 1 B

student. From Santa Fe, he
went to the University of
North Florida and earned a
bachelor's degree in
elementary education. Prior to
graduation in August, though,
John said he and other students
spent May-June looking for
jobs. The UNF professors had
the students scared that jobs


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workshops
.Agents from Bradford and
Alachua County have teamed
together to provide two small-
ruminant workshops this
month: Tuesday, Oct. 14, at
the Bradford County Extension
Office and Monday, Oct. 27, at
the Alachua County Extension
Office.
The workshops are
scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m.
with a light supper. The
following topics will then be
covered: internal parasite


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would be hard to come by,
John said.
However, John did find a
job-teaching fourth grade in
Baker County. The fact that a
"Tornado" was teaching
"Wildcats" led to some good-
natured ribbing from family.
,John taught fourth grade in
Baker County. He thoroughly
enjoyed the job and the people
he worked with, but the
commute wore on him. He
wanted to be closer to home
and his and Juice's son, Noah.


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identification and control, and
winter annual planting
decisions.
One CEU will be available
in one of the following
categories: core, private
applicator, and research and
demonstration.
Reservations for these
workshops can be secured by.
calling the Bradford County
Extension Office at (904) 966-
6224 at least two days prior to'
the workshop you plan to
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Bradford County. He was
hired at Southside Elementary
School in Starke. He spent two
years there teaching first and
fourth grades.
From Southside, John went
to Bradford Middle School. He
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"I think working at the
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Julee enjoys the fact that her
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enjoys science and math, hut
when she was a student at
Bradford High School, she
said she and "everybody else
expected me to go into some
type of medical field."
However, Julee took an
accounting class in college and
fell in love with it.
"There's something
satisfying about doing a double
underline and saying, 'This is
the answer,'" Julee said.
Accounting made sense, too,
since Julee's mother worked
for the city of Starke as city
clerk and finance director.
"I had been exposed to
accounting basically my entire
life," Julee said.
Julee went to the University
of Florida after Santa Fe. She
worked for a CPA firm before
returning to school to earn her
bachelor's degree so she could
sit for the CPA exam. She then
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Children's Home Society,
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It's nice to have a job in
Bradford County, Julee said.
She, like John, had done the
commute and was ready to be
closer to home.
"I like working here," she
said. "I enjoy my job."
Both Juice and John will tell
you they are glad they went to
Santa Fe before attending
larger institutions. Julee found
the staff at Santa Fe to be
caring. She was injured in a
car accident and had to wear a
neck brace toward the end of a
semester, but the professors
bent over backward, she said,
to assist her in any way
necessary so she could take her
finals.
"They were so
accommodating," Julee said.
John keeps ties with Santa
Fe. He enlists the help of Santa
Fe professor Van Dubolsky for
his "Night Under the Stars"
astronomy project and is also a
member of the college's Kika
Silva Pla Planetarium advisory
committee.
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chance to attend Santa Fe. The
generosity of others in helping
to increase available
scholarship funds will go a
long way toward making that
happen.
"We need to make
(attending college) as
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Whitney Shannon and
James Houlin

Shannon,
Houlin
to wed Oct. 11
Matt and Jenny Shannon of
Lake Butler announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Whitney Lynn Shannon, to
James Patrick Houlin, son of
William and Patricia Houlin of
Goose Creek, S.C.
The couple will exchange
vows in the LDS Salt Lake
City, Utah Temple, Saturday
Oct. 11, 2008. A reception will
honor the newlyweds
following the marriage in the
Salt Lake City area and also on
Oct. 18, 2008, at the Shannon
residence.
Attending the bride will be
matron of honor Jennifer Lake
Wilson maid of honor;
Michaela Shannon and Kimber
Shannon, Shanti Rose and
Kristen Vibber attendants. Best
men attending the groom will
be Jon Banks and Geoffrey
Clarke. Gr6omsmen will be
Mathew Houlin, Ryan
Shannon and Spencer
Shannon. Honored guests will
,bq their friends and family.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Union County High School,
LDS seminary and Santa Fe
College. She is currently in the
elementary education program
at Brigham Young University
on full scholarship.
The groom-elect is a
graduate of Miami Killiam
Senior High and LDS
seminary in Miami. He served
a two-year LDS church
mission in Rome, Italy. He is
currently attending Brigham
Young University, studying
Italian and political science
and will graduate in the spring
of 2009U Upon graduation, the
groa-elect will- begin a-
graduate program in
accounting.
Following the wedding, the
couple will make their home in
Orem, Utah.


April Adamson and Mark
A. Mitola

Adamson,
Mitola to wed
Oct. 25
April Ann Adamson,
daughter of Michael and Janet
Adamson, all of Starke, and
Mark Anthony Mitola, son of
Paul and Betty Mitola, all of
Hawthorne, ,announce their
engagement and upcoming
marriage.
The bride-elect is a member
of Madison Street Baptist
Church and is a senior at
Liberty University.
The groom-elect is also a
member of Madison Street
Baptist Church and is a student
at the University of Florida.
The wedding will be an
event of October 25, 2008, at
Bayless Highway Church. with
a reception to follow.

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Dale L. Jones
Dale Jones

crowned UC
HC king
Dale L. Jones, 8, of Starke,
son of Steven and Karen Jones,
was crowned Union County
Mighty Mite Gold
Homecoming King September
27,2008.
Dale is the grandson df John
and Nadine Jones of Lawtey
and Dr. Lyle and Jane Ishol of
Cumming, Ga. and is the
great-grandson of Mrs. Coy
Cruce of Lawtey.
Dale is a third grade student
at Lake Butler Elementary
School.


Starling family
reunion set
The Starling family reunion
will be held at the Lake Butler
Community Center Saturday,
Oct. 4, 2008, from 10 a.m. to 2
p.m.
Descendants of Joe E. and
Alma Starling, plus defendants
of Jimmy and Dolly Starling,
are welcome. Please bring a
covered dish for the noon
meal.
Bring photographs, family
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For more information,
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BHS Class of
'78 planning
class reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1978 is planning its
30"' reunion. Dates are Oct. 31
and Nov. I to coincide with
Homecoming at BHS.
Plans are being made to
have a float in the parade and a
get-together after the game for
all '70s graduates at the Starke
Country Club. A dinner at
Camp Blanding is scheduled
for Saturday night.
If you are 1978 BHS
graduate and have not received
a letter concerning the reunion,
please contact Christie
Redding Torode at 966-6095
or email
bhstorode@yahoo.com.

Learn more
about Haven
Hospice Oct.
9 in Keystone
Those interested in learning
about Haven Hospice's
available services and
volunteering opportunities are
invited to the city hall in
Keystone Heights Thursday,
Oct. 9, from 10 a.m. until
11:30 a.m.
The city hall is located at
555 Lawrence Blvd.
To register, please call
Bettye Zowarka at (352) 473-
3069 or Bonna Yates at (352)
473-7918.

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should exceed his
grasp, or what's a
heaven for?
Robert Browning


Woman's Club
plan events
The Starke Woman's Club
luncheon will be held
Wednesday, Oct. 8, with social
hour beginning a I1:30 and
lunch at 12 noon.
JoAnn Rowe will present the
Hugh O'Brien award to the
2008 recipient during the
program. Please R.S.V.P. for
the luncheon.
Volunteers will help register
Kids for Coats at the club
house Saturday, Oct. I 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m.
Get your tickets for a card
party and luncheon planned for
Oct. 20 at the Woman's Club
from JoAnn Rowe.

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following tour
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to the 2361' Military Police
Company, San Antonio, Texas,
after being deployed to an
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Iraqi Freedom.
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the official name given to
military operations involving
members of the U.S. armed
forces and coalition forces
participating in efforts to free
and secure Iraq. Mission
objectives focus on force
protection, peacekeeping.
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counter-insurgency operations
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Powering the city of Starke
Part one of three

Some time ago, Publix supermarkets sent a few residences were lighted with home-
representatives into Starke to determine the owned, 32-volt power plants with banks of
plausibility of establishing a store here. Their batteries, which were expensive to own and
report was positive, saying a local store would operate, limiting the systems to individuals
draw patrons from Waldo, Keystone Heights, and families with disposable incomes. Power
Lake Butler and smaller communities in company executives (in 1935) claimed their
Bradford County. Established competition firms provided electricity to essentially all
in Starke was not a deterrent to the largest farms requiring electric power for "major
employee-owned supermarket chain in the farm operations." The statement was patently
world, but the Starke electric rates proved to untrue and executives were shown to be in
be the stumbling block, and the city lost an error when President Franklin D. Roosevelt
outstanding business to another community. signed into law the Rural Electrification
If this information is correct, then it's time Administration Act, establishing rural
for city officials and residents to reassess electric cooperatives. Prior to establishing
the ownership of the electric utility with an the REA, the government had passed, the
in-depth study to bring city electric rates in Tennessee Valley Authority Act, authorizing
competition with private enterprise, the hydroelectric facility to serve "farms and
A city that does not progress will either small villages that are not otherwise supplied
stagnate or regress. There is no way for a with electricity at reasonable rates." (National
community to stand still comimerci~ily, and qural Electric Cooperative Association)
city fathers must-be-eognizarit of the need to In late 1937, Clay Electric Cooperative
make commercial utility rates competitive was formed and Keystone Heights chosen
or face a declining business community. for its general office and generating plant,
The loss of Publix is disconcerting to loyal providing electricity for 14 Central Florida
Publix customers who drive to Gainesville or counties. A frenzy of house wiring began in
Middleburg to shop for groceries. 1937 with exposed wiring in existing homes,
The last half of the 20th century saw a each having two outlets, one each for a radio
watershed change in grocery stores, from and toaster, and homeowners paying the
independently operated or small chain stores minimum $1.25 per month for electricity.
to the mammoth big-box stores of today. Within a short time, Florida boasted--17 -
Electricity bills in those. stores may exceed electric co-osstatlewidc tviith Clay Electric
$50,000 a month. ,, number four in size. The REA program has
Starke is far from a Johngy-.come-la'tly been one of the more successful government
- irnproviditfg street Trghting with electricity, ventures, self-supporting and meeting needs
having begun with halting steps, according of millions of Americans living outside urban
to the 1979 centennial issue of the Telegraph. areas.
The first electric-generating equipment Florida Power and Light, based in South
failed because of the loud noise level, and Florida, Florida Power Corporation, based in
was discontinued. In August 1899, a Starke St. Petersburg, and a Pensacola distributor,
committee inspected new equipment in did a fantastic job in providing electricity
Jacksonville and recommended its purchase to to urban areas throughout the state with
replace the original machinery. The purchase generating plants strategically located to
was made and the generators installed, but serve population centers. Electricity, unlike
breakdowns continued to plague the system, fluids, cannot be transmitted over long
and three years later (1902) Starke voters distances, requiring widespread distribution
approved an $18,000 bond issue for sewer of generators, but small generating plants
and electricity. Realizing the initial amount are inefficient, resulting in expensive
would be insufficient, Starke Commissioners electricity. The big players, Florida Power
appealed to Judge A.V. Long to increase the- and Light, Gulf Power, Progress Energy and
amount another $6,000 without an additional the member-owned co-ops, blanket Florida
vote. The wood-burning equipment was with transmission lines and sell the surplus.
installed and operational in (or about) 1904 Several cities, including Tampa, Gainesville,
and operated with wood as a fuel until oil Orlando and Jacksonville, own generating
burners were installed in 1916. 1 /' fh'doilties*a rtt!sorrtime sell s ihplusdhei-gy.
STh centennial issue included a story h The .neAiessity Tor hig lfpifoductibfi .to
"Utilities have always been a problem," produce electricity -economically forced
which outlined the history of generating smaller facilities to close. All seventeen
electricity by the city, and the problems Florida co-ops discontinued producing
encountered. Although the city no longer electricity (Clay Electric quit in 1968), but
operates generators, it does own a modern each retained generators at-the-ready to come
electrical distribution system that makes online at peak times or other emergencies.
a profit and serves to reduce city taxes, Starke retained the capacity, and actually
according to city officials. produced electricity into the late 1990s, but
It's true, the electric department transfers has now sold the generators and razed the
some $900,000 per year to the general fund old building. Clay Electric has an abandoned
based on existing city electric rates, but Starke building in Worthington Springs where it
just completed a $4 million dollar upgrade, to once operated a generator. We are witnesses
be amortized over a 10-year period, which to the end of an era.
amounts to paying $400,000 per year plus fThis review of the Starke electrical system
interest for 10 years, reducing the net income isn'taclarioncall.tosell its distribution system,
of the facility during the payback period, but to enlighten home and business owners
The history of generating electricity by the to the complexities that accompany city-
city is replete with continually buying and ...owneduitilities, and to put city commissioners
installing equipment. Early ._, the eity -ften on notice of displeasure in the commercial
-boughrsee-'idhariii generators in an attempt community with rates that are unacceptably.._
to provide electricity at affordable rates, high when compared to other providers in'
and paid a price in breakdowns and repairs; the area.
but each acquisition saw the city improve How high are commercial rates, and how
in the quality of generating equipment and do Starke's rates compare with Clay Electric,
increasing generating capacity. Prior to whose power lines provide electricity adjacent
1925, when Florida Power and Light, was to the city limits, and in a few cases, to
..founded, there were no large distributors customers within Starke city limits? In a
and each city had to provide its own succeeding article, we will look at figures
generating equipment and distribution. In in reference to the cost of electricity posted
a few years, Florida was crisscrossed with by the .city of Starke .and Clay Electric
power lines serving urban areas of thy,.state," Co-op, and review comments by responsible
- bMLyillages and farms-remained neglected, participants in the drama.
relegated to kerosene or carbide lights and By Buster Rahn,;
manually operated equipment. Stores and Telegraph Editorialist


Vote 'No' on
Amendment 2
Dear Editor:
Many people think, and, it
seems to be pushed, that
Amendment 2 will prevent gay
marriage in Florida. Well, look up
Florida Statute 741.212(1). Gay
marriage is already banned in the
state of Florida.
What Amendment 2 will do is
take away benefits from all
unmarried Floridians, regardless
of orientation. Amendment 2 will
block civil unions, domestic
partnerships and repeal existing
protections and benefits afforded
to millions of Floridians.
Many seniors in Florida form
domestic partnerships after being
widowed, rather than remarry, to
keep from losing essential
benefits.. Amendment 2 will take
these benefits away from them.
It's true that same-sex couples
may get a few rights under
domestic partnership, but it's not
marriage. So, who cares? They are
people, too, and should have some
rights towards benefits.
Backers of Amendment 2 want
to make people believe that it is a
"gay thing" whereas it will do


more harm to non-g
Florida than people
the figures on seni
domestic partners
really want to tak
rights to their benef
their lives earning?
Don't be scared
"Yes" on Amendm
base your vote on oi
the facts.


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gay citizens of because of the Friday Festival.
e realize. Get I firmly believe we should
ors who form continue to do more events in
ips. Do you downtown Starke and make it the
;e away their fun, warm place it used to be.
fits they spent Let's encourage the city of
Starke, Main Street Starke Inc.
Into voting and the chamber of commerce to
lent 2. Don't continue its investment in
pinion. Get all downtown Starke, giving our
children, our families, and our
David Stegall neighbors something positive to
talk about for years to come.
SMark Santiago
Starke


rriaay Fest
is a hit
for business
Dear Editor:
Last Friday was the first time
my business, The House, had been
opened for a Friday Fest. I wanted
to publicly thank the Main Street
Starke Manager, Kim Skidmore,
as well as the entire staff at the
chamber of commerce, Ron,
Deanna, Pam and Susan, for a
great night.
We moved our business to
downtown Starke because we
believed in its potential. Last
Friday, our coffee house had its
highest night of gross sales to date


The truth about voter verification


There have been many misstatements and
confusion over the recent implementation of
the Voter Verification law, otherwise known as
the "No-Match-No Vote" law. The Division
of Elections' mission along with local
supervisors of elections is to register voters
and make sure that they can cast a ballot on
Election Day that will be counted. And just
to clarify, this law will not affect the status
of the 10.7 million already registered voters.
The law will apply to all NEW applications
received on or after Sept. 8, 2008.
The Voter Verification law regarding
new voter registration applications became
effective January 2006. It was in effect until
December 2007 when a court first ordered
the department to stop the almost two-year
old process. That ruling was overturned on
appeal. The law was re-implemented Sept.
8, 2008. The law is being implemented now
because the court order denying the injunction
became final in July. The implementation
was delayed by pending litigation until June
2008, waiting for U.S. Department of Justice
preclearance in July 2008, time needed to
reprogram the system to automatically notice
voters and set up revised procedures, and the
time needed to prepare supervisors who were
otherwise engaged in administering the 2008
primary election.
Unlike 1'hat activists are saying, obvious
errors, including nicknames or typos will be
resolved and that applicant will be registered
to vote. Every voter registration applicant
must provide (if issued) a Florida driver's
license number, state identification card
number or the last four digits of the Social
Security number. The identification number
is automatically cross-checked against the
Florida driver's license database (DHSMV) or
the Social Security Administration database.
If that number does not match, the Bureau of
Voter Registration Services manually reviews
for identifiable typographical errors-or-a
difference-between-a-nicinfiaide and formal
name based on available records and the
actual voter registration application.
If the number still cannot be matched, the
applicant is notified to provide a photocopy
of their identification by mail, by fax, or
by e-mail; or the applicant may show their
identification in person. If proof is provided
before the election, the applicant becomes
registered and the person is able to vote
a regular ballot. If proof is not provided

IMPORTANT ELECTION DATES
October 6 Deadline for New Voter
Registrations
October 20 -Early Voting Begins
October 29 Deadline for Requests
for Absentee Ballots to be Mailed to
Voters
November 2 -, Early Voting: Ends .
November.4 Election Day


Nurses at
Shands are
awesome
Dear Editor:
My 6-year-old daughter was
seen in the emergency room at
Shands Starke on Sept. 22, 2008.
The back of her earring had made
its way into her earlobe and it had
to be cut out.
From the time I got there until
the time I left, everyone was so
kind to me and did their best to get
my daughter straight back to see a
doctor. The nurses who actually
took care of my daughter were just
so great! Ms. Colleen Thompson
was the one who-removed the
earring and she was awesome! She
took the time to help my daughter
calm down and explained to her
what she was going to do.
I didn't get the other nurse's
name, but she was great also. I
was in and out of there within an
hour and a half. I am truly grateful
to them for how they handled my
daughter and me. It -is amazing
how the bad and negative things
can spread so fast, but .when
something good happens or when


IDENTIFICATION OPTIONS FOR
VOTING AT THE POLLS
(a) Florida driver's license.
(b) Florida identification card issued
by the Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles.
(c) United States passport.
(d) Debit or credit card.
(e) Military identification.
(f) Student identification.
(g) Retirement center identification.
(h) Neighborhood association
identification.
(i) Public assistance identification.

before the election, the person may vote a
provisional ballot. The person may provide
proof up until 5 p.m. of the second day after
the election for the ballot to be counted. Keep
in mind, this is just for new applications since
Sept. 8,2008.
This law does not keep any person with an
unverified number from being able to vote.
This law is about verifying identity at the time
of registration, so that when the voter goes to
the polls the voter can vote a regular ballot,
not a provisional ballot. A voter can show
a driver's license, a Florida identification
card from DSHMV, a passport, a debit or
credit card, military identification, student
identification, retirement center identification,
neighborhood association identification and
public assistance identification on Election
Day.
This law does not target specific groups.
The U.S. Department of Justice reviewed the
law in 2005, and after revisions to the law in
2007 and 2008, found that the law did not
deny or abridge the right to vote on account
of race, color or membership in a language
minority group.
ID required and checked at the polls is used
solely.to confirm the voter's identity, not to
verify the voter's ID number or address. The
photograph on the ID is compared to the
person standing before the poll worker and
the signature on the ID is compared to the
signature on record.
The courts have held that the Voter
Verification law is valid because the state has
a "compelling" interest to have accurate voter
rolls. And despite what others have said,
the state provided examples of fraudulent
applications that had come through the
system because the law had been temporarily
stopped. This is a good law that will help our
voter rolls achieve more accuracy and less
fraud, while creating minimal inconvenience
for prospective voters. We encourage you to
register now, review your application before
submission, and call your local supervisor if
you have any questions. See you on Election
Day.
,, 'By Secretary of State
Kurt S. Browning


someone is nice to you, it way too
often overlooked.
I felt as if I needed not only to
let the nurses who helped my
daughter know how much I
appreciate everything they did, but


to also let the public know as well.
I just want to say to Ms.
Colleen Thompson and the other
nurses who helped my daughter,
thank you and God bless.
Samantha Bradley


Every man who is high up loves to think
that he has done it all himself and the
wife smiles, and lets it go at that.
Sir James M. Barrie 1860-1937, British
Playwright


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Extension
service offers
landscaping
tips
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gi\e tMir lindsciape a facelift
bill just didn't kno \\ here to
start. f11 \oinr mlaswer is yes,
then picasc krcp reading.
Allhoulih il i ltoo late to
plant sllulmlecr perennials
sho\\ n in the pictures, the
timing \\ ill soon bhe perfect to
pkint flo\\ers that like cool
catcherr As :Iin added bonus,
\ou clan take advantage of the
rain \\ce ha\e heen getting to
put ill shrublhS that can be
planted .\ear- rontmd.
Before goimg out and
purclasi ng plans \ou can save
youtrselt time and money by
following these simple steps:
*Make a dra\\ ingl of the area
\.oil \\ ant to landscape. Be sure
to include surrounding
structures that cast shade or
\ill I'ramet the appearance.
You need to kno\\ the area
\our \\ant to fill.
*Get the soil tested for pH
before selecting plants. Choose
plants that are compatible with
existing soil pHt
*Pult the right plant in the
right place. choosee plants that
are compatible \with existing
soil drainage and light
characteristics. When possible,
use dIrought-tolerant plants to
save water.
*Setting out plants during
rainy periods makes it easier to
establish your ne\\ landscape.
-A nice thing about drought
tolerant landscapes is that once
established, they require
minimal watering. If it is not
rainy when you set out your
plants, a temporary watering
system like a soaker hose or a
temporary mist systern can be


used to establish )our plants.
The black hose intertwined
among the blue da/e at the
base of the sign is a soaker
hose that pluts out a fiine spray
about I foot on either side the
hose. Both of these systems
can be attached to a water
spigot and are available at
most garden stores.
*Mist systems, or any
portable sprinkler, can be used
in combination with many
types of inexpensive timers or
water flow volume controllers.
Using the volume controller is
simple. Turn the water on, set
the controller to the first notch
and time how long it takes to
turn itself off. Using a water-
controlling device saves a lot
of water because you don't
have to remember to turn off
the sprinkler.
If this article has been
helpful, then you should
consider attending two
workshops scheduled for
Tuesday, Oct. 7, and Monday,
Oct. 20, at the Bradford
County Extension Service
from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.
There is a $10 registration
fee that will cover the cost of
dinner and materials for each
workshop. Seating is limited to
25 participants. Pre-
registration and payment three
days in advance is required for
.both workshops. Call (904)
966-6299 to register or for
more information.

October FHP
checkpoint
locations
The Florida Highway Patrol
Troop G will be conducting
driver's license and vehicle
inspection checkpoints during
October in Bradford and Union
counties during the daylight


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hours.
Recognizing the danger
presented to the public by
defective vehicle equipment,
troopers will concentrate their
efforts on vehicles being
operated with defects such as
bad brakes, worn tires and
defective lighting equipment.
In addition, attention will be
directed toward drivers who
violate the driver's license
laws of Florida.
The patrol has found the
checkpoints to be an effective
means of enforcing the
equipment and driver's license
laws of Florida while ensuring
the protection of all motorists.


The checkpoints are as
follows:
Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238, S.R.
121. S.R. 16, C.R. 18, S.R.
231, C.R. 229, S.R. 121, C.R.
231.
Bradford County
S.R. 230, C.R. 100A, C.R.
231, C.R. 225, C.R. 225, C.R.
229, Speedville Road, C.R.
221, Southwest 75th Avenue,
C.R. 18, C.R. 221, C.R. 18,
C.R. 225, C.R. 229, S.R. 16,
Market Road, C.R. 18, S.R.
227.


Upward
Basketball
registration
under way in
Starke
Madison Street Baptist
Church in Starke is currently
accepting Upward Basketball
registration forms and fees,
which can be turned in at the
church office between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
Early registration, which
lasts through today, Oct. 2, is
$80, while regular registration,


which lasts through Saturday,
Oct. 25, is $90. Checks may be
made payable to Madison
Street Baptist. (Basketball
shorts are included in the
registration cost.)
Every child interested in
participating must attend one
of two evaluation sessions.
Sessions, which are 9 a.m.-
noon at the church's family
life center gym, are scheduled
for Oct. 18 and Oct. 25.
League practice is scheduled
to begin Dec. 9. with the first
game tipping off Jan. 10.

For more information,
please call the church at (904)
964-7557.


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George W. Teston

George Teston
LAND OF LAKES-George
Weaks Teston, 76, of Land Of
Lakes, died Monday, Sept. 29,
2008. Born in Ocoee, he was the
son of Blaine Teston and Ruby
Brown Teston.
An avid bass fisherman who
also loved to farm and garden, Mr.
Tetston was preceded in death by
twoobrothers, Earl and Lonnie. Mr.
Teston was alsb a deacon in his
,church for many years.
:" Stivivors of Mr. Teston include
his wife of 56 years Juanita; two
sons, Randall (Darlene) Teston of
New Market, Tenn. and Philip
(Barbara) Teston of Seattle,
Wash.; a brother, Charles Teston
and two sisters, Clara and
Mildred; and four grandchildren.


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grandchildren, 36 great-
grandchildren and several great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral 'services were held
Friday. Sept. 19 in the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel with the Rev.
Charlie Clark officiating. Burial
was in Dyal Cemetery under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home.

Florence
Ohlscwager
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Florence May Ohlscwager, 80, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2008 at
Robert's Care Center in Palatka.
Mrs. Ohiscwager moved to
Keystone Heights in 1980 from
Monroe. Conn. She was a retired
school bus driver. She was born in
West Hartford, Conn. to Asmus
and Rose Oppelt Bonniksen.
Survivors include her husband
of 14 years, Jack Ohlschwager of
Keystone Heights; three
daughters, Sherry Malson of Great
Mills, Md., Debi Greenberg of
West Palm Beach and Donna Dilo
of Davie; a sister, Mina Bedel of
Old Saybrook, Conn.; five
grandchildren, one step
granddaughter; four great
grandchildren and one step great-
granddaughter.
Graveside funeral services were
held Saturday, Sept. 27, at
Jacksonville Memory Gardens
with Mr. Jessie Absher officiating.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher of Keystone
Heights.


Funeral services for Mr. Teston Bessie W illiams
will be held Thursday, Oct. 2, -B L
2008, at 11 a.m. in Archie Tanner ames Sullivan TAMPA-Bessie Le Wiliams,
ner James Sullivan 88, of Tampa, 'died Wednesday,
Funeral Home, Starke. The family 88, of Tam died Wednesday,
will receive friends at 10 a.m. STARKE-James P. Sullivan Jr., Sept.24,2008.
prior to the service. Arrangements 73, of Starke, died Monday, Sept. Born in Hampton, Ms. Williams
are under the care of Archie 29, 2008 at E.T. York Hospice was the daughter of Charles N.
Tanner Funeral Services. Center in Gainesville. Williams and LaNora Adams
Born in Jacksonville, Mr. Williams. She was educated in the
M artha Nettles Sullivan was the son of James P. Bradford County public schools.
Se leS and Bertyce Gaskins Sullivan Sr. She was a member of the First
HAMPTON-Martha Ann Prior to moving to Alabama, he Baptist Church of College Hill
Cooper Nettles, 77, of Hampton grew up in the Evergreen where she sang in the choir, and
died Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008 in community in Lawtey and the served as recording secretary. She
Lake Butler Hospital and Hand Keystone Heights area. Following was a avid fan of golf and tennis.
Surgery Center following an 30 years of dedication, Mr. She was a retired employee of
extended illness. Sullivan retired from Reynolds Seminole Laundry and Sunstate
Born in Blackshear, Ga., Mrs. Alloy. Garment Factory.
Nettles was a long time resident of Survivors include three Survivors include two children,
Starke She was a member of Air daughters, Cheryl Gasque of Constance (Thomas) Bush of Ft.
Park Baptist Church and a Tuscambia, Ala., Gayle Dobbins Pierce and a son, John Williams; a
homemaker. Mrs. Nettles was of Trinity, Ala. and Teresa sister, Mary L. Green of Hampton;
preceded in death by her Stanfield of Muscle Shoal, Ala.; a brother, Emanuel (Georgann)
husbands, Rob Cooper and Melvin four sisters, Wanda Goedert of Williams of Orlando:. eight
Nettles. Alma, Ga., .Sarah Howard of grandchildren and six great-
Survivors include four Dunn, N.C., Patricia Rice of grandchildren.
daughters, Katie Hardin and Betty Blairsville, Ga. and Jean Brookens A wake for Ms. Williams will
Kight, both of Lakeland; Bea of Pinetta, Fla.; six grandchildren be held Friday, Oct. 3, from 6-7
Strickland and Audrey Thornton, and a special friend, Martha Brock p.m. at Aikens Funeral Home in
both of Starke: three sons, Henry of Starke. Tampa. Funeral services will be
Cooper of Lakeland; Leon Cooper Funeral services for Mr. held Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008 at 1 I
and William Cooper, both of Sullivan will be-held Thursday, a.m. at First Baptist Church of
Starke; two step-daughters, Linda Oct. 2, 2008, at 11:00 a.m. in the College Hill, Tampa. The family
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PAID OBITUARY

James Tyson
CHICAGO-Deacon .lames
Norris Tyson. 74, of Chicago, 1ll.
died Monday, Sept. 8, 2008
following an extended illness.
Born in Starke, Mr. Tyson
moved to Philadelphia, Penn. and
then later to Chicago. He was
preceded in death by his wife,
Mary Williams.
Mr. Tyson was employed with
the city of Chicago for 30 years.
He began his education at
Thurston Elementary School in
Bradford County; was a member
of Greater Cannon's of Chicago
and served on the deacon board.
Survivors include four
daughters, Jacqueline,
Gwendolyn, Carolyn, and
Marilyn; five brothers, Ivie Norris
of St. Petersburg, Joseph Norris of
Webster, Eddie Neal, Sr. of St.
Petersburg and Douglas Fcrgerson
of Starke; a sister, Carnell
Williams of Starke; 11
grandchildren and 12 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held at I
a.m. Saturday, Sept. .13, at Greater
Cannon Missionary Baptist
Church with the Rev. Leon
Thompson, eulogist.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones Funeral Home of
Chicago. Local information
courtesy of Haile Funeral Home.


In Memory


Babs Montpetit

In Loving Memory
of
Babs Montpetit
Ms. Babs,
I can't believe it's been a
year! They say there is a
reason; they say that time
will heal but neither time
nor reason will change
the way I feel.
No one knows the
heartache that lies behind
my smile; no one knows
how many times I've
broken down and cried.
I want to tell you
something so there won't
be any doubt, you are so
wonderful to think of and
so hard to be without.
Not a day goes by I don't
think ofyoy. I miss your
warm heart and kind
words, your beautiful
smile, your love and
guidance. Until we meet
again one day, I'll keep
you in my heart
I love you and miss you
dearly.
Love, Debbie


If life were measured by
accomplishments, most of us would die
in infancy.
A. P. Gouthey
****


Charlene West
LAKE BUTLER-Charlene B.
West, 57, of Lake Butler died
Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008 at Shands
Starke following an extended
illness.
Born in Orlando, Mrs. West had
lived most of her life in Lake
Butler. She was a graduate of
Union County High School and
was a member of First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler. Mrs. West
was also the daughter of Sidney
West Jr. and Lucille Keller West.
Survivors are her sister,
Kathryn J. West of Lake Butler
and her caregiver, Harriett
Maines.
Funeral services will be held
Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2008, at 10:00
a.m. in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home with the Rev. Jason
Johns officiating. Burial will
follow in Woodlawn Cemetery in
Ocoee at 2:30 p.m. Archer Funeral
Home is in charge of
arrangements.


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CRIMEn


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:

Megan Howell, 24, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 28 by Clay
deputies for resisting a retail
merchant.

Justin D. White, 27, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 23 by Starke
Patrolman Cliht Lockhart for
retail theft. White was charge
with removing the packaging
of a Playstation 2 controller,
which he concealed in his
pocket. He then left Wal-
Mart without -paying for the
item, Patrolman Lockhart
said. Value of the controller
is $53.42. A $500 surety
bond was posted for White's
release from custody.

Joanne Fowler, 53, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 26
by Patrolman Brown for
theft. Fowler was charged
with stealing the victim's dog
and refusing to return it when
asked to do so, Patrolman
Brown said. She was released
on her own recognizance.

Stephanie Mcleoud Goad,
23, of Hampton was arrested
Sept. 25 by Patrolman King
for retail theft. Goad was
charged with removing a
bottle of shampoo from a
shelf in Family Dollar and
placing it in her purse,
Patrolman King said. She
then left the store and put the
bottle in a trash can. Goad
later returned and offered to
pay for the shampoo valued
at $3, Patrolman King said. A
$1,000 surety bond was
posted for Goad's release
from custody.


Termaine Alvin Byrd, 22,
of Starke was arrested Sept.
25 by Patrolman King for
trespass after warning. Byrd
was arrested at the back side
of T.H.E. Apartments, where
he had been warned and
trespassed on an earlier date,
Patrolman King said. He was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Gabriel Stephen
Cartwright, 30, of Starke was
arrested Sept. 25 by Starke
Patrolman James Stutler for
disorderly intoxication and
possession of marijuana.
Police responded to a
burglary in progress at Center
Street at 2:02 a.m. Cartwright
had been banging on the
victim's windows and door,
Patrolman Stutler said.
Cartwright appeared to be
intoxicated and was slurring
his words, Patrolman Stutler
said. During a search,
marijuana was found on
Cartwright, Patrolman Stutler
said. Surety bonds totaling
$2,000 were posted for his
release.

Anthony Leonard Aaron,
49, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 28 by Patrolman Brown
for resisting without violence
and attempting to flee' or
elude. Aaron accelerated to
90 mph in a 30 mph zone on
Southeast 143rd Street when
the patrolman activated his
emergency lights. After a
brief chase, Aaron left his
vehicle and ran on foot.
When he was apprehended,
he refused to b6 handcuffed
by placing his hands behind
his back, Patrolman Brown
said. The incident occurred at
3:28 a.m. Bond was set at
$6,000.

Ashley Michelle Mote, 22,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Sept. 23 by Bradford Sgt.
R.W. White for disorderly
intoxication. Mote was found
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caused a disturbance, Sgt.
White said. She was
consuming a beer and refused
to calm down, Sgt. White
said. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for her release
from custody.

Hurbert Edenfield, 20, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 23 by
Patrolman Brown for
disorderly intoxication.
Edenfield created a
disturbance in the Winn
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a fight with a group of
juveniles, Patrolman Brown
said.' He was intoxicated
when the incident occurred at
10 p.m. The juveniles were
parked in the lot, Patrolman
Brown said. Edenfield was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Thomas Jerrel Drawdy, 61,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 25 by Union Deputy
John Gootee for trespassing
on property and petit theft.
Drawdy was charged with
stealing PVC pipe from an
abandoned building on the
victim's property. The victim
stated unknown subjects had
looted his buildings for scrap
metal over the past few
weeks, Deputy Gootee said.

William Tracy White, 40,
of Middleburg was arrested
Sept. 26 by Patrolman
Schlofman for loitering and
prowling. White was loitering
in the Bradford Court Apts.
area just before midnight. He
does not reside there,
Patrolman Schlofman said.
Bond on the charge was set at
$1,000. White was also
charged on a warrant from
Putnam County for failure to
appear.

Thomias Elton Wilkins, 59,
of Starke and Marcus O'Neil
Jenkins, 22, and Marie Clark,
29, both of Lawtey, were
arrested .-Sept. 28 by
Patrolman Brown for
possession of cocaine. A
gram of crack cocaine was
found during a traffic stop on
North Temple Avenue. Bond
on the charge was set at
$15,000. Wilkins was also
charged with failing to notify
DMV of a address change,
Patrolman Brown said.

David Mood'). 30.' 6T
Hampton was arrested Sept.
23 by Clay deputies for
violation of probation
improper exhibition of
firearm.


Fred Lucas, 44, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 26 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation
domestic battery.

Jerry Ryan Jones, 35, of
Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 22 by Deputy Shane for
failure to appear on a felony
offense.

Ronnie A. Baker, 27, of
Starke was arrested by
Alachua deputies on a
warrant from Bradford
County for violation of
probation for a charge of
possession of cannabis and
failure to appear. He remains
in custody of the Bradford
County Jail without bond.

Jeremy Tillman, 28, of
Green Cove Springs was
arrested Sept. 24 by.
Patrolman King on a warrant
from Clay County for sale
and delivery of marijuana.
Bond was set at $25,003.

Keri Leanna Geiger, 21, of
Lake City was arrested Sept.
25 by Bradford Deputy R.V.
Melton on a Bradford warrant
for violation of probation
petit theft. Bond was set at
$5,000.

Danielle Monique Kates,
21, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 25 by Bradford Deputy
Keith E. McInnis on a
warrant for felony welfare
fraud. She was released on
her own recognizance.

Lisa Ann. Cowan, 39, of
Melbourne was arrested Sept.
27 by Bradford Sgt. Robert
Lyons on a capias for
burglary and grand theft.
Surety bonds totaling
$15,000 were posted for her
release from custody.

Eric Lee Hunt, 18, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept, 25 by Clay-
Deputy Renee Scucci on a
warrant for burglary motor
vehicle and petit theft with no
bond. Hunt was re-booked
into the county jail.


Traffic
Irene Valinski, 52, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 27
by Clay Deputy H.L. Lanier
for driving under the
influence (DUI); ValinSki,
reported another vehicle
struck her vehicle while she
was driving on Kingsley
Lake Drive. When the deputy
,responded at 7:48 p.m. he


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Gene Stephen Jordan, 58,


Gene Stephen Jordan, 58,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 29 by Clay
deputies on a Bradford
warrant for violation of
probation DWLS, DUI. He
was ordered to serve 40 days
in jail.


noticed Valinski smelled of
an alcoholic beverage. After
failing the field sobriety test,
Valinski was placed under
arrest, Deputy Lanier said.
Her blood-alcohol level was
.130 percent.

Tiescha Latrese Mitchell,
27, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 27 by Hampton Chief
John Hodges for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) knowingly.
Mitchell's vehicle was
stopped for running a red
light at U.S. 301 and C.R. 18.
She was also charged on a
Union County warrant for
failure to appear DWLS.
Surety bonds totaling
$11,000 were posted for her
release from custody.

Nancy Lynn Roberts, 42,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 24 by Bradford
Sgt. M.L. McKenzie for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted. for her release
from custody.

James E. Irving, 37, of
Waldo was arrested Sept. 26
by Hampton patrolmen for
DWLS. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release
from custody.

Allen Howard Johnson Jr.,
20, of Ocklawaha was
arrested Sept. 24 by Lawtey
Lt. M.E. Jenkins for DWLS
with knowledge. He was
released from custody after a
$500 surety bond was posted.

Stephen Daniel Boswell,
45, of Bensalem, Pa., was
arrested Sept. 27 by Lawtey
Patrolman Kelly Brown for
DWLS with knowledge. He
posted a $500 cash bond for
his release.

Danny Keith Stanford, 51,
of Waldo was arrested Sept.
24 by Hampton patrolmen for
DWLS knowingly. Stanford
posted a $500 cash bond for
his release from custody.

Timothy John Fox, 20, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 29
by Orange Park Patrolman R.
Baltram for DWLS
knowingly and attaching a
tag not assigned. Fox's
vehicle was stopped at the
intersection of Kingsley and
Park avenues for faulty
equipment.

SReginald Bernard. Crum,
38, of Starke was arrested
Sept. 27 by Hampton
patrolmen for DWLS. A
$500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.
A passenger in the vehicle,
Johnnie Lee Simmons Sr.,
60, of Pomona Park, was
charged on a writ of
attachment for child support.
He purged by paying $1,000
in cash.

Patricia Gilbert Deese, 57,
of Lawtey was arrested Sept.
24 by Bradford Deputy Scott
Konkel on a warrant from
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Robinson has 4 scores in


Indians' 35-7 district win


Bradford
quarterback
--Trey Winkler
(left) sprints
out of the
pocket in the
Tornadoes' 19-
17 win over
District 3-2A
opponent
Fernandina
Beach.


Tornadoes top Pirates by


2 in see-saw district battle


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Long offensive drives and a
tenacious defense that forced
five turnovers led to the first
win of the season for the
Bradford football team, which
defeated District 3-2A
opponent Fernandina Beach
19-17 on Sept. 26 in
Fernandina Beach.
Bradford head coach Steve
Hoard said he was very


pleased with the team's
victory-especially the fact
that the defense, which had
four interceptions and one
fumble recovery, kept the
pressure on for the whole
contest.
"It was still far from a
perfect game from us,' Hoard
said, "but I'm pleased that the
guys got the message that they
didn't play as hard as they
were capable of in their first


two games."
Those first two games were
losses by a combined score of
72-15, and the game against
Fernandina (2-2, 0-1 in District
3) did not get off to a good
start. Bradford (1-2, 1-0)
muffed a punt, which resulted
in the Pirates taking control of
the ball on the Bradford 15.
However, the stubborn

See BHS, p. 10B


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Marcel Robinson rushed for
216 yards and four
touchdowns to help lead the
Keystone Heights football
team to its first win of the
season, a 35-7 victory over
District 3-2A opponent
Interlachen on Sept. 26 in
Interlachen.
The winless Rams hung
tough with Keystone, trailing
just 14-7 at the half. The
Indians, though, pulled away
with a pair of 80-yard scoring
plays-a reception by Ryan
Lather and a run by Robinson.
Robinson averaged 12 yards
per carry in the second half as
the Indians seemed to wear
Interlachen down. Keystone
head coach Chuck Dickinson
said the Rams were playing a
lot more players on both sides
of the ball.


"If you've got a lot of kids
playing both ways, it takes a
toll on you," he said. '
Keystone (1-2, 1-0 in
District 3) can chalk up its t\wo
losses this season to playing
quality competition (Lafayette
and Fort White are both
undefeated and ranked in the
top five in their respective
classificationss, but mistakes
were also prevalent in those
games, 'especially on the
offensive side of the ball.
Dickinson said his team was
making the kind of mistakes it
hasn't made in three or four
years. That comes with losing
an experienced offensive line
and basically having 10 new
starters on that side of the ball.
"(In the first two games), we
were just turning people loose,
having missed blocking
assignments and jumping
offsides at inopportune times,"
Dickinson said. "That's


something we really worked
on these last two weeks-
getting back to the basics."
Turnovers, however,
continue to be a problem. The
Indians had three against
Interlachen, including one to
start the game. Keystone
received the opening kickoff,
but Interlachen recovered a
fumble on the return, giving
the Rams the ball at the
Keystone 36.
Interlachen (0-3, 0-1) moved
right down the field on three
straight runs by Quell Brown,
the last.a 4-yard touchdown
that, with the extra point, put
the home team up 7-0
approximately a minute into
the game.
The Rams did not enjoy the
lead for long as Robinson
made his presence felt
immediately. He carried the

See KHHS, p. 11B


BHS looks for second win


against struggling Warriors


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford snapped its losing
streak with its win over
Fernandina Beach last week
and will now host a team
looking to end its own streak.
The Tornadoes play their
first home game this Friday,
Oct. 3, when they host District
3-2A opponent West Nassau at
7:30 p.m. The Warriors have
lost three., in a row, most
recently losing 12-6 to Yulee
in overtime last week.
West Nassau (1-3, 0-1 in
District 3) got off to a good
start this season, avenging a
loss last year,,, ,by Idefeating,;
Episcopal 35-34 The Warriors,
then dropped games against
Clay (49-20) and Union
County (34-24) prior to
playing district opponent
Yulee.
Against Union County, a
team that defeated Bradford
12-0 in a half of play in the


preseason, the Warriors
amassed 238 yards rushing and
106 passing. They outgained
the Tigers, but turned the ball
over five times. Three first-
half turnovers helped put West
Nassau in a 28-12 hole at the
half. A turnover in the latter
stages of the game killed a
rally after the Warriors closed
the gap to four points.
Senior running back Horace
Wilson, one of the team's key
returners from last season, was
the main workhorse when the
Warriors were able to hang
onto the ball. He scored three
times, including the game's
first touchdown when he got
:' tiL bulk,,of his;leam's touches
on a 67-yard game-opening
drive.
Defensively, the Warriors
held Union to 109 yards
rushing and 94 yards passing.
They had held the Tigers to 51
yards rushing until Deven
Perry broke free for a 58-yard


touchdown run in the game's
final minute.
The fact that West Nassau
was involved in an overtime
game last week brings to mind
last year's game between the
Warriors and Bradford. The
two teams battled through a
scoreless second half before
the Tornadoes came out on top
20-17 in overtime.
Graduate Rob Harris was the
hero of the game with a 1-yard
touchdown run after West
Nassau's Austin Guffin kicked
a 21-yard field goal in
overtime. Harris accounted for
all of Bradford's points,
scoring on runs of 60 and 80
yards in the first halft,
Guffin, like the Warriors'
other key players in the game,
has since graduated. West
Nassau's two scores in
regulation came on pass plays
of 25 and 35 yards from
quarterback AJ.
Higginbotham to receiver Kent
Thomas.,
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with 255 yards rushing on 33
carries and no turnovers. The
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We are the champions
The Lawtey Crue team took home the championship trophy of the Bradford County
co-ed softball league with its win over the Scared Hitless team. Pictured are:
(front, I-r) Rebecca Wise, Lori Norman, Wesley White, Scott Jones, Tommy Wise,
Kevin Wise, (back, I-r) Jared Chapman, Derek Donnely, Kayla Alvarez, Jesse
Alvarez, Chris Wise, Sonya White, Clayton Norman, Justin Fogarty, Brad Thomas,
Rob Norman, Jimmy Brown, Joy Stafford and Will Hobbs. Not pictured: Brian
Outlaw.


St. Francis
hands Indians
3-0 loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
St. Francis handed the
Keystone Heights volleyball
team its second straight loss
outside of tournament play, but
the Indians impressed their
coach with their play in the
Keystone Heights High School
Invitational this past weekend.
"The team is progressing,"
head coach Belinda Smith
said, "but like any other team,
we still have our moments."
St. Francis swept the Indians
(9-6 prior to Sept. 30) by
scores of 25-10, 25-23 and 25-
18 on Sept. 29 in Gainesville.
Katie McCollum tallied 17
assists, while Maranda Gibbs
had 16 digs. Carey Taylor led
the team with 10 kills, while
Morgan Maxwell and Katie
Easton had three and two
blocks, respectively...
On Sept. 23, the Indians
suffered their first setback in
District 6-3A, losing 3-2 (15-
25, 25-23, 25-22, 15-25, 13-
15) to Pierson Taylor in
Pierson. McCollum had 26
assists, while the team got 24
kills from Taylor (nine),
Maxwell (eight) and Shannon
Gray (seven). Gray also
contributed eight service aces,
while defensively, Gibbs and'
Maxwell had 15 digs and three
blocks, respectively.
The loss gave the Indians a
2-1 district record prior to its
match against Union County
on Sept. 30.
During the Sept. 26-27
Keystone Heights High School
Invitational, the Indians placed
fourth out of I1 teams,
winning three matches and
losing two.
"The girls really played well
this past weekend," Smith said.
"Many of my seniors really
stepped up their games."
Leading the team in kills for
the tournament were Taylor
with 28, Maxwell with 26 and
Gray with 20. Gibbs and
Taylor had 33 and 28 digs,
respectively, while McCollum
had 75 assists. Maxwell tallied
nine blocks.


Keystone defeated Baker
County 2-0 (25-20, 25-22),
Lecanto 2-0 (25-21, 25-14)
and North Marion 2-1 (21-25,
25-18, 15-6). The Indians'
losses were 2-0 (25-19, 25-18)
against Menendez and 2-1 (25-
18, 23-25, 15-13) against St.
Johns Country Day.
The Indians host Pierson
Taylor tonight, Oct. 2, at 6
p.m. That's followed by
another home match against a
district opponent when Union
County pays a visit Tuesday,
Oct. 7, at 6:30 p.m.

Tigers get
swept by
Suwannee
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It was a chance for the
Union County volleyball team
to even its record, but the
Suwannee Bulldogs got the
best of the Tigers, defeating
them 3-0 (26-24,25-17,25-22)
on Sept. 29 in Live Oak.
The Tigers (4-6 prior to
Sept. 30), who got eight and
seven service points from
Markie Emery and Jordan
Windham, respectively, had a
couple of chances to put
consecutive wins, together this
past week. They defeated
Newberry on Sept. 22, but then
lost 3-2 (25-15, 25-13, 21-25,
19-25, 15-5) to District 6-3A
opponent Interlachen on Sept.;
23 iiinLake Butler The loss tod'
Suwannee came after a 3-0
(25-13, 25-16, 25-11) win over
visiting Hamilton County on
Sept. 25.
In the loss to Interlachen,
Linsey Clark and Emery led
the offense with 31 and 19
kills, respectively, while Keira
Sellers added 10. Emery had
16 service points, Windham
15, Carson Mize 14 and
Brianne Clyatt 11. Mize also
led the team with 47 assists.
Megan Mobley had 54 digs,
followed by Clyatt with 38,
Emery with 34, Mize and
Ashley Parrish with with 24
each, Windham with 22 and
Kiara Holland with 17. .
In the win over Hamilton
County, Mobley and Parrish
had 29 and 28 digs,


respectively, while Clyatt had
16, Mize 12 and Holland 11.
Emery led the team in kills
with 13, while Clark had 10.
Mize had 19 assists, while the
service points leaders were
Clyatt with 18, Sellers with 16
and Mobley with 13.
Union played Keystone
Heights this past Tuesday in an
attempt to pick up its first
district win. (The Tigers fell to
0r3 after the loss to
Interlachen.) The Tigers host
district opponent Crescent City
tonight, Oct. 2, at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by another home
match against Suwannee on
Monday, Oct. 6, at 6:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7 the
Tigers. travel to play Keystone
at 6:30 p.m.



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anything else should,
fall down; only that a
man should fall down.
Why do we laugh?
Because it is a gravely
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Fall of Man. Only man
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Author


BHS
Continued from page 9B

Bradford defense forced
Fernandina Beach to settle for
a 34-yard field goal at the
9:18 mark of the first quarter.
On the next series, the
Tornadoes fumbled on their
first running play, with the
Pirates recovering the ball on
their opponents' 16. After two
rushing attempts were pushed
backward by Bradford's
defense, Tramaine Harris
picked off a pass, giving the
Tornadoes the ball on their
own 19.
From there, Bradford
commenced an 81-yard drive
behind the rushing of Reggie
Thomas and quarterback Trey
Winkler.
A crucial moment in the
drive was when Hoard rolled
the dice and had his team go
for a first down on fourth-and-
4 at the Fernandina 40. The
gamble worked and was
rewarded four plays later
when, from the 20, quarterback
Rodney Mosely successfully
faked a handoff, kept the ball
and ran virtually unmolested,
for a touchdown with 27
seconds to go in the first
quarter. The PAT put Bradford
up 7-3.
For most of the second
quarter, neither team could


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mount a successful offensive
drive until the Pirates took
advantage of a Bradford
penalty that nullified a Pirates'
punt and gave them new life
on Bradford's 45. A 16-yard
pass completion by
quarterback Emory Wingard
and two runs set the Pirates up
at Bradford's 2-yard line. They
punched the ball in from there
for a 10-7 lead with 2:28 left in
the half.
The Tornadoes came roaring
hack, and as the seconds ticked
down to halftime, they
mounted a 72-yard drive
largely on the strong throwing
arm of quarterback Trey
Winkler. Winkler completed
four consecutive passes,
including a 12-yarder to
receiver Seth Upthegrove and
a 16-yard touchdown strike to
Harris with 21 seconds
remaining in the half. The PAT
failed, but Bradford retired to
the locker room ahead 13-10.
The third-quarter was mostly
a standoff as both teams'
defenses stifled each other's
offensive efforts. However, in
the closing minutes of the
quarter, the Pirates penetrated
Bradford's red zone. After a
field-goal attempt went wide, a
penalty gave Fernandina
another chance. The Pirates
quickly capitalized with a
touchdown with 26 seconds
remaining in the quarter,
putting them back on top by a


score of 17-13.
Once again, the Tornadoes
quickly responded in the
opening minute of the final
quarter. Beginning at their own
20, they drove to their 40,
where, in a quarterback-keeper
almost identical to Bradford's
first score, Winkler raced the
ball 60 yards for a touchdown
at the 11:12 mark. The two-
point attempt failed, but
Bradford now held a fragile
19-17 lead with most of the
last quarter to go.
Bradford's defense stepped
up once again and blanked the
Pirates for the rest of the
contest, forcing two
interceptions, one nabbed by
Charles Jones and the other by
Harris. The Pirates added to
their troubles by coughing up
the ball at their own 34, with
the ball being recovered by
defensive lineman Casey
Hines.
"They came in with-and
showed-a never-say-die
attitude and brought us home a
big win," Hoard said of his
players.


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ball on Keystone's first four
offensive plays, gaining 28
yards. Thomas Ricketts had a
13-vard gain to the Interlachen
18, which was later followed
by Robinson's 12-yard run to
the 3. He scored from there
with 6:52 on the clock. Tim
Frysinger's PAT tied the
game.
At that point, it appeared as
if the game was going to be a
shootout. Interlachen picked
up three first downs on its
second possession, but the
Indians forced a punt when its
defense stepped up and made
some plays. Dillon Van
Wagner made a tackle for a
loss of 2 yards, while his
brother, Jacob Van Wagner,
was in on a play that resulted
in a loss of 2 yards.


Garrett Strickland recovered
a fumble on Interlachen's next
series after the Rams had
driven inside the Keystone 25.
Keystone's offense began
moving down the field and had
a first al the Rams 45 after an
1 I-yard run by Robinson. A
fumble, however, ended the
drive.
A halftime tie seemed
possible as' time was expiring
in the first half, but the Indians
put another score on the board
after a shanked Interlachen
punt of 3 yards gave them the
ball at the Rams 49. A 9-yard
rut by Ricketts, along with a
personal foul penalty on the
Rams, moved the Indians to
the 25. Three plays later,
Robinson had his second score
of the night on a 13-yard run.
Frysinger's PAT put Keystone
up 14-7 with 2:08 left in the
half.
Keystone forced the Rams to
punt on the second half's


opening series when Jacob
Van Wagner held Brown to a
2-yard gain on third-and-4.
The Indians, after the change
of possession, were poised to
pound the ball at the Rams,
with Robinson gaining 6 yards
on first down. However,
Robinson was dropped for a I-
yard loss on the next play,
setting up third-and-5.
Quarterback Brantley Lott
then threw just his third-and
last-pass of the night, hitting
a leaping Latner between two
defenders. Latner was able t6
shake loose and sprint a long
way into the end zone, giving
his team a two-touchdown
lead.
Shane Jennings sparked the
Keystone defense when he
dumped Brown for a 2-yard
loss on the first play from
scrimmage following Latner's
80-yard score. The Indians
forced the Rams to go three-
and-out.


One play was all Keystone
needed to get back into the end
zone when .Robinson took a
handoff and kept going,
covering 80 yards for a score
'that put his team up 28-7 with
4:01 to play in the third
quarter.
The defense came up big
again when Jacob Van Wagner
recovered a fumble. That set
up an eight-play, 40-yard
scoring drive, which was
capped by a 1-yard Robinson
plunge into the end zone in the
first minute of the fourth
quarter.
Keystone came close to
tacking on another score, but a
drive that began at its own 20
resulted in a turnover on
downs at the Interlachen 22 in
the game's final minute.
Defensively, the Indians
held Interlachen to 39 yards in
the second half. Brown gained
more than 100 yards in the first
half, but was held to less than
40 yards in the second.


Keystone will host last year's


district runner-up Friday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights, after
getting its first win of the
season, is looking to build
\some momentum now that it
has begun district play, but to
move to 2-0 in District 3-2A,
the Indians will have to defeat
last year's runner-up.
The Indians host Fernandina
Beach Friday, Oct. 3, at 7:30
p.m. The Pirates (2-2, 0-1 in
District 3) went 8-3 last year,
winning their first six games,
but they have been up and
down so far this season. They
opened the season with a 61-0
rout of Bishop Snyder, but
followed that up with a 35-14
1tss to Bishop Kenny.
Fernandina then defeated
Baldwin 35-2, but then lost 19-
17 to district opponent
Bradford last week (see related


story).
Against Bradford,
Fernandina wasted an
opportunity to take early
control of the game. The
Pirates, because of turnovers,
had two possessions -start
inside the Bradford 20 at the
start of the game, but came
away with just three points.
The Pirates also committed
five turnovers in the loss.
Defensively, Fernandina
allowed Bradford to engineer
scoring drives of 72, 80 and 81
yards.
One of the Pirates' key
returning starters from last
year is senior quarterback
Emory Wingard, who picked
apart the Keystone defense last
year in leading his team to a
23-21 win.
Wingard completed 21-of-
34 passes for 262 yards and
three touchdowns ir that win.


He was 5-of-7 for 70 yards on
a 66-yard scoring drive in the
final four minutes to give his
team the win.
The Indians, though,
outgained the Pirates with 245
yards rushing and 117 passing
(Fernandina had 302 total
yards). However, Keystone
squandered a first-half scoring
opportunity with a first-and-
goal at the 6-yard line. Two
penalties ultimately forced
Keystone to settle for a 32-
yard field goal attempt. The
kick was blocked.

Keystone took the lead late
in the fourth quarter after
putting together an 80-yard
drive that consumed more than
five minutes. However, ithe
drive still left Wingard and the
Pirates plenty of time to come
backhand retake the lead.


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Score By Quarter
KHHS 7' 7 14
IHS 7 0 0


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Scoring Summary
I: Brown 4 run (Baker kick)
K: Robinson 3 run (Frysinger
kick)
K: Robinson 13 run (Frysinger
kick)
K: Latner 80 pass from Lott
(Frysinger kick)
K: Robinson 80 run (Frysinger
kick)
K: Robinson 1 run (Frysinger
kick)


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First Downs 17
Rushes/Yds. 44-285
Passing Yds. 94
Passes 3-3-0
Fumbles-Lost 3-2


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Tigers lose 21-18 despite stellar performance from Perry


BYCL-FFBSMEL-EY--S
Telegraph Staff Writer
Deven Perry outrushed the
entire Newberry team, but it
S wasn't enough for the-Union
County football team, which
lost 21-18 to last year's
District 4-2B champs on Sept.
26 in Lake-Butler.
Perry gained 188 yards on
22 carries, scoring twice as
well as adding another
touchdown on a reception.
However, the Tigers' failure to
convert on all three of their
two-point plays following their
three touchdowns would prove
costly, as did a 92-yard
interception return that set
Newberry up for what would
prove to be the game's
decisive score.
Union (2-2, 0-I in District 4)
was poised to take the lead on
the opening possession of the
second half. The Tigers drove
downfield and had a first-and-
goal at the 10, but Newberry's
Tay Ross intercepted a pass in
the end zone, returning rt to the
"Union 8-yard line. Newberry
running back' Ryan Brown,
who rushed for 1 I yards and
two touchdowns on 26 carries,


Deven Perry crosses the
goal line for one of his
three touchdowns
against Newberry.


-later scored from 2 yards out.
The PAT put the Panthers up
21-12.
The score remained
unchanged until the fourth
quarter when Perry scored on a
2-yard run. The play was set
up by a Bryan Holmes
reception off of a deflection.
Approximately seven
minutes remained in the game,
but the Newberry offense wasv
able to hold onto the ball all
that time. The Tigers got big
plays from Mason Dukes and
Lonnie Gosha, who recorded a
sack, but they allowed
themselves to be drawn
offsides on a fourth-down
play, giving the Panthers a first
down with approximately three
minutes on the clock.
That proved to be just the
seventh first down for
Newberry, which finished the
game with 143 total yards. In
comparison, Union totaled 348
yards and 18 first downs.
Dukes, Brodie Ellis and
Robbie Jarvis were the Tigers'
top tacklers. Ellis and Gosha
each had two tackles behind
the line of scrimmage.
The defense gave up a


touchdown on the game's
opening possession, hut came
up big when the offense
fumbled the ball away on its
first series. That gave the
Panthers the ball inside the
Union 25 and a chance to go
up 14-0. The Tigers forced the
Panthers to settle for a field-
goal try, which failed.
Getting the ball back, the
Union offense held onto it and
drove down the field,
eventually scoring on a 2-yard
touchdown run by Perry. Perry
was stopped on the ensuing
two-point play, however,
leaving the Tigers trailing 7-6.
Perry was at it again on the
next series. He had an 8-yard
run to convert a fourth-down
play, then scored on an II-
yard reception from


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Score By Quarter
NHS 7 7 7
UCHS 0 12 0


0-18
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quarterback Chris Alexander.
The two-point play failed
again, but the Tigers led 12-7.
The lead was short-lived.
There were offsetting penalties
on the ensuing kickoff, so the
Tigers were forced to kick
again. Newberry's Brown
fielded the second kick and
returned it 89 yards for a
touchdown. Newberry, with
the PAT, went up 14-12,
which was the score at the
half.
Perry's fourth-quarter
touchdown gave him a team-
high seven for the year. He
leads the team in rushing also,
having gained 383 yards on 52
carries.
Union County Times staff
writer Teresa Stone Irwin
provided the information for


Team Statistics
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First Downs 7
Rushes/Yds. 45-143
Passing Yds. 0
Passes 0-0-0
Fumbles-Lost 3-0


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County will play a
larger school for the third time
this season, but the Santa Fe
Raiders' struggles the last
three years have continued so
far this season.
The Tigers host the Raiders
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Santa Fe (1-3) is coming off of
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Union and Santa Fe have
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allowed Newberry to gain 370
yards. Santa Fe also committed
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Following that loss, the
Raiders defeated Middleburg
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following week afndlose 36-6
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Santa Fe entered this season
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The defense also got into the
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It was a pretty even game in
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for 164 yards and passed for
120, while Santa Fe had 187
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Scoring Summary
N: Brown 22 run (DaFeo kick)
U: Perry 2 run (run failed)
U: Perry 11 pass,' from
Alexander (run failed) '
N: Brown 89 kickoff return
(DaFeo kick)
N: Brown 2 run (DaFeo kick)
U: Perry 2 run (run failed)


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