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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 9, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Coordinates: 30.021667 x -82.340833 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
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Mann-Parrish
reunion this
Saturday
The 241h annual Mann-
Parrish reunion will take
place on Oct. 11, beginning
at 11 a.m. at the
Worthington Springs
Community Center. Please
bring a covered dish.

Senior car wash
& bake sale at
IGA
The senior class of2009
will hold a car wash and
bake sale on Saturday,
Oct. 11,from 8 a.m. to 1
p.m. at Spires IGA.
Gator Club
social today in
Union
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 club support
scholarships for local
students who attend the
University. of Florida. For
more information, contact
Derick Thomas, at (386)
623-5333.

Friendship Club
meets Monday
The Union County
Friendship Club will meet
on Monday, Oct. 13, at 10
a.m. in the home of Janet
Breman. A covered dish
luncheon will be served, at
noon.
Swine meet"
Monday,V 0
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All those who will
showing a swine in
Bradford County Fair are
to attend a mandatory
sign-in meeting on
Monday, Oct. 13, at 7
p.m. inside the cafeteria
at LBES.

American
Legion meets
next week
The American Legion
will hold a meeting on
Thursday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m.
at the Lake Butler Masonic
Lodge.

Fish fry lunch
fundraiser
Friday
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,
Shush 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.
Turkey shoot &
yard sale
Saturday
The VFW Men's
Auxilary will host a turkey
shoot on Saturday, Oct. 11,
beginning at 10 a.m. at
John Howell's garage shop
located on 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. Barbeque
.sandwich plates will be
sold for $3 each from IC
a.m. to 5 p.m.


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Union County 4-H Program Assistant Colan Coody loses a bet and gives Beth Smith a wheelbarrow ride down Main St. toSubway. They
are pictured with Amie Smith and Russell Taterhead Ellxson. The wheelbarrow for the ride was donated by Lake Butler Farm Center.




Foy d and Th4omas tate the crowns


2007 Homecoming Queen Jessica Parrish crowns
2008 Queen Robin Thomas.




At Tiger Growl on Oct. 2,
Dustin Floyd and Robin Thomas
were crowned homecoming king
and queen. More homecoming
photos inside.


Keep in touch. Express yourself.


Know your community.


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261


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Lori Williams was the winner of the-drawing for a
hand-stitched purple and gold Tiger quilt at Friday's
homecoming game.



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'Trunk-or-Treat'
at FBC
Mark your calendars for
First Baptist Church of
Lake Butler's 2nd annual
Trunk-or-Treat Fall
Festival on Thursday, Oct.
30.
From 6 8 p.m., there will
be free food, candy, games,
hayride, moonwalks and lots,
lots more. For more
information, call the church
office at (386) 496-3704.

GBPC guest.
minister Oct. 12
The members of Greater
Elizabeth Baptist Church of
LaKe Butler invite everyone to
worship with-rthem ona Sunday,
Oct. 12, at 11 a.m. The guest
"'speaker will be Minister
Patrick Howell of the Lily of
the Valley Missionary Baptist
Church of Jasper. Come and
be blessed. For' more


You can now
renew vehicle
registration
every 2 years
-According to the Florida
Department of Highway Safety
pnd Motor Vehicles, motorists
can now choose to renew their
vehicle registration for two
years rather than doing it each
year.
- When a motorist chooses
the two-year renewal, they will
receive a license plate decal
vith an additional year added


information, contact Deacon
Carlos Williams at (386) 496-
2818.

Craft fair and yard
sale Oct. 18
SA 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, BBQ chicken
lunches, music, yard sale
booths and craft sale booths
are the main attractions for this
event. The fund raiser 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.


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Through August, more than
490,239 customers have taken
advantage of this convenient
option.
Customers can renew their
vehicle registration, driver
license, disabled parking
permit, or mobile home
registration as well as' notify
the department of an address
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NRPL receive
grant from
Target

Target store has partnered
with New River Public Library
Cooperative in recognition of
its efforts in to keep children
reading during summer
vacation. Grant funds received
from Target will be used. to
enhance summer library
programs for children in 2009.
The grant is part of ongoing
efforts by Target to strengthen
communities and families
throughout the country. Since
opening its doors, Target has
given five percent
of its income to organizations
that support education, the arts,
social services and
volunteerism. Today that
translates to more than $3
million every week.
"We're proud to partner
with the public libraries in
Baker, Bradford and Union
Counties as part of our
ongoing commitment to give
back to the communities where
our guests and team members
live and work," said Laysha
Ward, Target's vice president
of community relations.



Weekly AA
meetings
An Alcoholics Anonymous
(AA) meeting is held every
Friday at 7:30 p.m. at First
Christian Church in Lake
Butler. The church is located at
155 N.W. First St. For more
information, please call (386)
496-3956.
An Al-Anon meeting is held
each Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
fellowship hall at the Lake
Butler Church of Christ. The
church is located at 475 N.W.
2nd St. For more information,
call (386) 496-2324.




Watch the construction
progressat the Union
County Public Library
on the Internet at
www.unioncountypubli
clibrary.blogspot.com.



Voter
information
Early voting for the General
Election will take place
Mondays-Saturdays beginning
Monday,' Oct. 20, and
continuing through. Saturday,
Nov. 1, at the Union County
Elections Office from 8 a.m. to
5 p.m. each-day. The office is
located in room 106 in the
Union County Courthouse. For
more information, please call
(386) 496-4253.


UC rescue vehicle hit while transporting patient


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

On Oct. 5, at approximately
9:20 p.m., a Union County
emergency rescue vehicle was
involved in a traffic accident in
Gainesville.
According to the accident
report, Gainesville Police
Department Cpl. David
Blizzard was on duty in his
patrol car near-NW 13th St. and
stated that he heard sirens and
observed the emergency
vehicle strobe lights of a
Union County Fire and Rescue


ambulance.
As traffic stopped in all
directions at the intersection of
NW 13th St. and NW 161h Ave.,
the ambulance slowed and
cautiously entered the
intersection, Blizzard said. A
1997 Honda driven by Crystal
Bolton, 17, of Gainesville,
approached the intersection
and continued across, striking
the left front side of the
ambulance.
.Blizzard stated that
following the crash, the driver
of the ambulance, Archie
Clemons of Lake Butler,
immediately ran to the rear of
the vehicle to assist two


paramedics who were working
on a heart attack patient being
transported from Union
County.
Alachua County EMS was
called to the scene to transport
Lake Butler patient, Marcella
Mclntire, 61, to Shands AGH.
Clemons and Union County
paramedics Michael Pittman
and Robert Koch Were
transported to Shands UF.with
minor injuries.
Bolton was cited for failure
to yield to an emergency
vehicle, driving while knowing
license suspended and an
expired tag.


'Puss in Boots' at LCCC center Oct. 10


Community Concerts of
Lake City proudly presents
"Puss in Boots," a Broadway-
style puppet musical,. with
giant nine-foot tall puppets.
The show, by Bits 'n Pieces
Puppet Theatre, will be held at
Lake City Community
College's Levy Performing
Arts Center on Friday, Oct. 10,
at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets for "Puss in Boots"
are available only at the door
one hour before show time on
a space-available basis:
$18/adult or $5/student K-12.
Call (386) 466-8999 for more
info.
In old France, an elderly
Miller divides his worldly
goods among his three sons.
The bigger brothers tease their
little brother Nat who has only
been given a pair of boots, a
hat, and the family cat. When
the Brothers push Nat and his
cat from their home in the. mill
justice is swift!



State park to host
bats presentation'
The Florida Department of
Environmental Protection's
Stephen Foster Folk Culture
Center State Park in White
Springs will host an
interpretive presentation, ,A
Look a;, Floridq s as, "h".
Friday' aid SaturdA ,-O)ct. 24
25. The park is located on U.S.
41, about three miles from 1-75
and nine miles from 1-10.
Park ranger Wesley Paulos
will present the program at the
park's River Gazebo on Friday
and Saturday evening at 6 p.m.
Visitors are encouraged to
come dressed to in a
Halloween costume contest.
The program will be free with
paid park admission of $4 per
vehicle for up to eight
persons.
, For more information,
please call (386) 397'4331.


NOTICE



Public L&A Testing of

Voting Machines will

take place on Tuesday,

Oct. 14, 2008 at 10:00

a.m. in the Board of

County Commissioner's

Room at the Union

County Courthouse.


Without a cat at the mill, the
rats eat all the wheat and the
brothers are left penniless.
Brother Nat discovers good
fortune; His cat is magic and
living the last of his nine lives.
The cat puts on the boots given
to Nat, 'speaks, aloud and
names himself: Puss In Boots!
Puss in Boots plots to
change young Nat the Miller's
son from a "paw-per" to an
"aristo-cat." The magical


talking cat learns honesty is
the best policy and good deeds
are rewarded, as he helps Nat
rescue the kidnapped Princess
Penny Candy from a wiqked
ogre -- and they all are purr-
fectly happy ever after.
This show features the
renowned nine-foot-tall
GIANT puppets, traditional
puppetry, costumed characters
and children from the audience
in guest roles.


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October 9, 2008 TIMES Page 3A


Five females arrested in four

unrelated brawls in Union County


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

At a Union County High
School football game on Sept.
26, three Union County female
juveniles between the ages of
12 and 13 were arrested for
fighting. Deputy Kevin
Hilliard of the Union County
Sheriff's Office responded to a
fight behind the stadium seats
on the home team side.
According Hilliard, several
times he order two female
juveniles to stop fighting, yet
they allegedly continued
hitting each other with closed
fists. After separating the girls,
they were taken by Hilliard to
another' area in the football
stadium when they were
approached by another
juvenile female who began
fighting with one of the
suspects. One of the juveniles
allegedly reached to strike the
other and instead struck
Hilliard. Lt. Lyn Williams and
Deputy Scott Word assisted
with placing the three juveniles
into handcuffs. All were
arrested for affray, booked into
the Union County Jail, and
later released to their
guardians.
Juvenile arrested
again
Four days later, Hilliard was
on duty and responded to a call
on NW 154'" St. where an
adult resident stated she had no
control over her 12-year-old
juvenile daughter whom she
had just gotten onto for
stealing. According to Hilliard,
the complainant stated that the
juvenile struck her 2-year-old
sibling in the face and the
mother'asked for her to be
charged with domestic battery
to teach her a lesson. The
juvenile suspect is also one of
three suspects who were earlier
arrested at a football game for
fighting. The'juvenile was
placed under arrest and
charged with battery.
Deputy called to
residence twice
On thy evening of Sept. 30,
Hilliard was called for the
second ime to a residence on
SW 87' Path in Lake Butler in
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response to an ongoing
disturbance that had previously
been cleared with a warning.
Hilliard stated that on the first
call to the residence, the male
and female involved denied a
physical altercation had taken
place. The male victim stated
that tripping over his dog
caused an injury he sustained
to his left shoulder.
On the second call, the
victim instead told Hilliard he
received the injury when his
girlfriend, Rebecca Lynn
Hughes, 24, allegedly kicked
him. The victim stated that he
did not admit to being kicked
by Hughes the first time
because he thought things
would settle down. Hughes
was charged with battery and
transported to the Bradford
County Jail.
Female throws
punches and a dirty
diaper
Around the same time,
Deputy James Crews was
called to a residence on 52"d
Street in Lake butler in
reference to a family
disturbance. Crews stated that
he observed a white male
subject in a lawn chair outside
the residence and a female
subject holding an infant on
the porch. I
The male subject allegedly
stated that he and his wife
were arguing and she became
aggressive and hit him. Nicole
Barbour, 39, stated that she
was changing the baby when
her husband allegedly yelled at
her, so she shoved a dirty
diaper into his face.
A witness allegedly reported
seeing Barbour striking her
husband in the head with a
stick several times and then
grabbing a hammer and
striking the windshield of her
husband's pickup truck. The
witness' also said he allegedly
saw Barbour held down on the
ground by the victim until she
stopped hitting him. Crews
said that Barbour .: Was
uncooperative and shouted
obscenities at deputies on the
scene. Crews determined
Barbour as the aggressor,
placed her under arrest for
aggravated battery, and
transported her to the Bradford
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Time for landowners to make conservation plans


Incentives Program (WHIP)
are currently being accepted
for funding consideration in
fiscal year 2009 at U.S.
Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources
Conservation Service (NRCS)
offices throughout Florida.
Interested landowners are
encouraged to contact a local
NRCS office for information
on conservation planning and
submitting a completed
application.
"We are awaiting the final
program rules of the new 2008
Farm Bill, which will
determine the program policies
and eligibility criteria," said
NRCS State Conservationist
Carlos Suarez. "However, we
are continuing to accept
applications now so that we
can write our conservation
plans in a timely manner. We
want to be well positioned to
provide contracts to our


producers when the policies
are finalized."
EQIP is a voluntary program
that provides financial and
technical assistance to farmers
and ranchers who face threats
to soil, water, air, and related
natural resources on their land.
Through EQIP, the NRCS
provides financial incentives to
producers to promote
agricultural production and
environmental quality as
compatible goals, optimize
environmental benefits, and
help farmers and ranchers meet
Federal, State, Tribal, and
local environmental
regulations.
The 2008 Farm Bill
authorizes increased payments
for socially disadvantaged
farmers and ranchers in
addition to beginning and
limited resource producers.
Priority may be given to water


Are you a conservation-
minded landowner in need of
advice or financial incentives
for your farm or ranch? A
comprehensive conservation
plan may be just what you
need.
A conservation plan is a
written record of your
management decisions and the
conservation practices and
systems that you plan to use
and maintain on your farm.
Carrying out your plan will
achieve the goals of protecting
the environment on and off
your farm or ranch as well as
meeting your individual
management objectives.
Having a conservation plan
may also help qualify you for
various USDA conservation
programs that can ,help you
implement your plan. ;
Conservation applications
for the Environmental; Quality
Incentives Program (EQIP)
and the Wildlife Habitat


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conservation applications that
will reduce water use or where
the producer agrees not to use
any associated water savings to
bring new land under irrigation
production.
WHIP is a voluntary
program for private
landowners to develop and
improve high quality habitat
that supports wildlife
populations of National, State,
Tribal, and local significance.
Land eligible for WHIP
includes private agricultural
land, non-industrial private
forestland, and Tribal land.
Through WHIP, the USDA's
NRCS provides technical and
financial assistance. WHIP
agreements generally last from
5 -10 years.
Interested Union County
residents should contact Al
Oliver with NRCS at (386)
752-8447.


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who knows the secrets
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curiosity, confidence,
courage, and
constancy, and the
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confidence. When you
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expense.
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and are a Medicare recipient,
call for additional information
on the qualifications.
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to help those in nursing homes
or with HMOs.
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As I asked other 4-Her's
over the age of 60 about 4-H
history in Union Counti. I.got
some amazing tales
To preface this article, I am
reminded that fairs tales begin
with the words "Once upon a
time." and tales from Union
County begin ilth the words .
"Man, you ain't gonna believe
this."
Working from m\
memory\ -and that in itself has
its o\n challenges--Union
County 4-H H\as the place to
be in the mid to late 1920's.
Boss \%ore those funnN hats
with the pointed corner and no
.bib. The girls "ere prim and
proper in their dresses and
bonnets. The bo\s looked just
like the time they grew up in -
hard. The girls, well, you know
girls always looks better and
boys.
Many stories are told about
Camp Cherry Lake, but no one
can remember a name, or
perhaps they are trying to
protect the people in the story.
I vote for the latter. Such is
the case with the story about
the day someone tall enough to
reach the dinner bell put a dirt
dobber nest inside it, so when
the boys from another county
rang the bell, the dirt dobbers
would get on them.
Qnce while at Camp Cherry
Lake, I noticed that a young
lady and young man had been
keeping really close all day.
Later that night during movie
time, the young lady went out
the back door and the young
man out the front.
Curious, I went out the back
door and circled. .- the
auditoriumii-and behind the
flower bushes were my
missing 4H'ers, totally lip-
locked.
I walked by without letting
them realize I knew who they
were and I asked, "Does your
mother know you do this?"
Like two bolts of lightening,
they were back inside, and I
don't think they ever spoke to
each other again.
Some year later at the young
ladies "Wedding: I ga\e her a
hug Wl_ iked "Does \our'
mother kno' ou do this?"
What a look people give you
when realizing they have been
busted.
According to 1929' Union
County 4-H records, cookies
were sold at the courthouse for
a nickel to raise money to go
to Camp Cherry -Lake.


most everyone knew and
understood that times were
hard.
The 1940's fared a little
better for Union County 4-
Her's. Girls were being more
readily recognized as 4-H
members and the boys began
to accept the fact the girls
could do more than the
cpoking and cleaning.
Looking at the 4-H Club
score sheet, it is interesting to
note that today in 2008, we
still have the same values for
our 4-Her's that were held
many years ago. Categories
and weighted scores for a
member of the 4-H boy's club
are:
V Five points attended
meetings of -his community
club.
V Four points helped with'
programs and social meetings.
V Five points assisted other
club members.
Three points attended
county 4-H contest.
--- -Three--pints attended
county 4-H club camp.
I wonder why we always try
to move away fror what made
4-H? Throughout the historical
records of Union County 4-H,
".-you can see lt5 %itdd'dnts"ha\'e
.grown in knox ledgd '"nd
experience.
Some of the outstanding 4-
H'ers grew up and went off to
fight in World War II. This
was a difficult time in Union
County. Money was-and still
remains-tight. As the young
men answered the call of their
nation, the farming.work force
became depleted.


After the war, men gathered
around Spires IGA, the main
grocery store, and shared
experiences. All that was ever
said outside that circle was,
"We did what we had to do,
and boy, am I sure glad to see
you." This is the same answer
my dad and uncles gave me as
a boy in North Madison
County.
Looking at the 4-H roll call
from Oct. 1, 1940, I see men
and women that I have worked
for and with as a youth in
Union County.
Page McGill can show you
how to stack hay, his way.
Billy McGill was one of my
school principals, the track
team coach at Lake City
Community College and the
founderofthe Union-County
4-H Foundation.
George Hayes was the Past
Grand Master of the Grand
Masonic Lodge of Florida, and
a personal friend and advisor.
Bryan Hendricks' son, Steven,
and I graduated together. His
daughter Linda was the
principal of Lake Butler
Elementary School for many
years and member of the
Union County 4-H Foundation.
-His son Joe was a ceounttyr-
commissioner. -AtI-of,-ABryan- -
Hendrick's childir6n" were "
members of the Union County
4-H program.
Wilford Croft served as a
county commissioner and as
the Union County Property


See HISTORY page 5A


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A story C .-}H Ir Lo CocAry


B3 Colan L. Cood\. 4-H
Program Assistant


Campers took a bushel of
squash and corn to eat while at
camp.
This 1927 account was
given at the 4-H fair held at
Lake Butler Normal School:
"The, speaking by
Congressman Greene and
L.M. Rhodes were well
attended and greatly
appreciated. Probably if we
were to look the state over
we would not find two more
outstanding public men to
speak on such an occasion
than these two. Mr. Greene
spoke in very high praise of
Mr. Rhodes as being the
man who is doing more for
the up-building .of-
agriculture in the state than
anyone-else. We are grateful
to these gentlemen for
lending us their services for
one day and bringing us
such fine message."
On Nov. 20, 1929, Union
County 4-Her Hugh Dukes
won the Banker's Scholarship
for showing the best gilt in the
state of Florida at the Pig Club
Show in Jacksonville. The
$250 college scholarship to
attend the University of
Florida was given by Frank E.
Dennis, of. bih.NAtii --a S"k
Yards in Jackso1n\ ile.
In the 1930's; cash-premium-
awards from the Union County
Board of Commissioners
amounted to a total of $41.50.
Incidently, in 1930, that
amount was never paid
because of a lack of funds
during the depression.
Although this was a
disappointment to 4-Her's,


Mitchell Cribbs holds up an airboat propeller during
a 4-H auction.


Annual public auction

a 4-H tradition


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
For more than 20 years, the
Union County 4-H has held an
annual public auction to raise
funds to supplement the 4-H
clubs. Traditionally, the
auction takes pace the last
Friday before the beginning of
each new school year. Several
businesses and other members
of the community donate items
for the auction such as quilts,
tools, goats, plants, Gator
football tickets and hunting
trips.
At this year's auction, brand
new items donated by the
community .accounted f6r 85
perceif of the items up for bid.
"Some people donate used
items they no longer need, and
sometimes they bring in new
stuff," said Colan Coody.
"Every year, there is
something different of things
for people to buy and support a
good cause at the same. time."
All proceeds from the auction
support. the local 4-H
programs.
In addition to the variety of
auction items so- aL m ,
members of the commidntgTj
aiso COOK and donate food .for


safe at the event. "Jerry
Whitehead always come
through with his chicken and
rice dinners and Tommy Spires
has been another longtime
supporter helping feed the
crowd," Coody said.
As Coody tells it, ticket
sales for a pig at each auction
are rather competitive. A pig is
donated by Mike Williams,
raised and fed by Randy
Merritt, and then processed by
Crawford's Custom Meats.
Community members enter for
a chance to win through the
purchase of entry tickets.
Coody and Union County High
School ..senior Beth Smith
-made a bet that each could sell
the most tickets and Coody
lost by a long shot. As the
loser of the bet, Coody had to
give Smith a wheelbarrow ride
all the way from the extension
office down the sidewalk on
Main St. to Subway, and buy
her lunch.
The idea of an annual public
auction to help the local 4-H
clubs began in, 1985 with


See 44ipage 5A


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OF LAKE BUTLER, INC.


SCOTT ROBERTS All t LORI THOMPSON
Owner/Agent Agent
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ake Butler (386) 496-3411


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SCongratulations 4-Hers
Son a job well done!






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October 9, 2008 TIMES Page 5A


HISTORY
Continued from p. 4A

Appraiser from 1960 until he
retired in 1992. Mr. Croft also
provided me the opportunity to
pick tobacco. (Now that's a
real treat!)
Other former 4-Her's of
Union County that .have
always provide support
throughout the years include,
Union County Commissioner
M'elaine (Red) Clyatt, Ho-Bo
Tractor Company owner
Canova Howard, (yes this is
still John Deere country),
Union County Commissioner
Ricky Jenkins and. Union
County historian Marjorie
Driggers. The Union County
Historical Museum is named
after her. One day wilen you
have time-and let me stress
the word time, we can visit
with Mrs. Driggers. Three to
four hours later when you
leave, you will know


everything about Union
County from the First
Seminole Indian War to today.
Another is a man who, then
and now, is the best storyteller
in the county. I would always
listen intently when Glenn
Howard, who shared many
stories with me, would say,
"You are younger, so let me
tell you before I forget."

Free of charge, any youth
between the ages of 8-18 can
be involved in a 4-H club in
Union County. Annual family
memberships for $25 and
business memberships for $50
provide discounted offers from
the national 4-H Club
Foundation. For more
information or to join the 4-H,
stop by the Union County
Extension office located at 25
NE 1st St. or call (386) 496-
2321.


TOP: Students in Kelly
Dukes' fourth-grade class
,on the final-day of their
embryology project
sponsored by 4-H In the
Classroom.



LEFT: The marshmallow
paintball wars get a little
messy at Camp Cherry
Lake.



BOTTOM LEFT: Nicky
Snyder's first-grade class
at LBES plant a butterfly
garden as part of 4-H In
the Classroom.


charter members Shands
Howard, Shirley Kirby. and
Jacque Breman, to name a few.
4-H. youth are actively
involved in the auction process
as they bring the items up for
auction to the stage for
participants to review as the
live auctioneer begins the
bidding process. A silent
auction also takes place at the
event. At this year's auction,
Coody said 4-H raised $6,800.
"This was an awesome
year," Coody said. What that
money will do is allow Union
County 4-H'ers to attend
Camp Cherry Lake at half
price. It also provides the
materials..needed for school
enrichment programs such as
Lake Butler Elementary's
entire pre-k planting trees at
the school, last year. Other


classes at both the elementary
and middle school beautify the
school grounds by growing
flowers from seeds and
planting butterfly gardens to
making homemade butter and
ice cream. "Without knowing
it, the students are receiving a
science lesson as we cover
each phase of what we are
doing and why," Coody said.
Auction funds also go
towards youth leadership
training programs, 4-H
scholarships, and supporting
each of the 60 plus members of
local 4-H clubs in Union
County with an annual
working budget. These clubs
include the Groves, the
Livestock Club, Adventure
Club (archery), Cooking Club
and the Butler Buds. A lot of
young people are under the
impression that 4-H only
involves working with
animals, but that's not the
case. Coody said that out of
1,500 students he had contact
with in the past year, only 44


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Dustin Floyd, Robin Thomas, Clint Williams, Laci
Smith, Brodie Ellis, Shelbie Bishop, Deven Perry and
Alisha Badger.


LEFT: Homecoming Queen Robin Thomas wore a
soft pink satin gown when she took the crown with
King Dustin Floyd.

ABOVE: Laci Smith, dressed in a white gown with
silver floral applique, is escorted by Clint Williams.


ABOVE RIGHT: Alisha Badger, in a magnificent '
purple taffeta gown is escorted by Deven Perry.
Perry was truly a sharp-dressed man in this white
long-tailed jacket and pants with a purple satin shirt
and tie.

RIGHT: Shelbie Bishop, in a vibrant orange gown,
waves to the crowd with escort Brodie Ellis.






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(Trick-nr-Treat Night)

At Kirbv Farm- Lake Bultter
(Take Hwy. 231 S uth Past RMC, then Follow the Signs)

Games and Prizes for All Ages
Most Games $1.00, Childrcn's Games $.50

irbheueI Hoat Dogs, l pq)oan antid M~ue .:

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October 9, 2008 TIMES Page 7A


Freshmen Prince Kyle Seay and Princess Sierra
Self.


Junior Prince Zach Starling and Princess Katelyn
Thomas.


Look for
Tiger Growl
skits and
parade
photos in
next weeks'
edition.


ABOVE: Sophomore
Prince Seth Parrish
and Princess Ashley
Culverson.


RIGHT: Senior class sponsors (left to right):
Sharmalne Couch, Kyle Foerman, Amanda Parrish
and Cory Tucker.


Legals


NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to a Writ of Execution
issued in Circuit Court, of Marion
County, Florida, on the 29th day of
April, 2008. In the cause wherein B
& M Equipment Rental & Sales,
Inc. the plaintiff and James D.
Johns and Johns Site Prep &
Sheet Metal, Inc. the defendant,
being Case No. 08-1013-CA-G, in
said Court.
I, Jerry Whitehead, As Sheriff of
Union County, Florida, have levied
upon all the right, title, and interest
of the defendant, James D. Johns
and Johns Site Prep & Sheet
Metal, Inc. in and to the following
described personal property, to-wit:
1991 Mack 600 DM600 Dump
Truck
ViN J1M2B9 4QMS 4
sall off.ethis.l* sale at
hiILqp


Union county, FL, on November
13, 2008 at the hour of 10:00 a.m.
Or as soon thereafter-aspossible.
I will offer for sale all the--said
defendant's, James D. Johns &
Johns Site Prep & Sheet Metal,
Inc.; right, title and interest in the
aforesaid personal property, at
public auction and will sell the
same, subject to taxes, all prior
liens,, encumbrances and
judgments, if any to the highest
and best bidder for CASH IN
HAND. The proceeds to be applied
as far as may be to the payment of
costs and the satisfaction of the
above-described execution.
Jerry Whitehead, As Sheriff Of
Union County, Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Deputy Sheriff
Contact the Civil Process Unit 24
hours prior to sale for information
concerning the sale and/or
cancellation. Phone #386-496-
2501.
In accordance with the Americans
with 'Disabilities Act, persors with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in
this proceeding should contact the
Civil Process Unit at the Union
County Sheriff's Office not later
than seven days prior to the
proceeding at 55 West Main Street,
Courthouse Rm.#102, Lake Butler,
FL 32054 Phone# 386-496-2501.
10/9 4tchg 10/30-UCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2008-CP-0019
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Jesse Earl Hollingsworth,
a/k/a Red Hollingsworth,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Florida
estate of Jesse Earl Hollingsworth,
a/k/a Red Hollingsworth, deceased,
whose date of death was March
18, 2008 and whose Social
Security Number was xxx-xx-1280,
is pending in the Circuit Court for
Union County, Florida, Probate
Division, located in Lake Butler,
Florida. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and
the personal representative's
alHlei areaeB ent and-


ToferT fAent worInbmi"ms or
demands against the Decedents
estate on whom a copy of this
notice is served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER TI-HEATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF-.THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS-AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THREE (3)
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 9, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Kevin I. Downey
2631-B N.W. 41st Street
Gainesville, FL 32606
(352) 373 4554
Fla. Bar. No. 0999822
Personal Representative:
Frances Earline Green
P.O. Box 141
LaCrosse, Florida 32658
10/9 2tchg 10/16-UCT


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2008-CP-0026
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DAVID JOEL HANSEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Florida
estate of David Joel Hansen,
deceased, File Number 63-2008-
CP-0026, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is Union County Courthouse,
55 East Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054. The names and
addresses of the co-personal
representatives and the co-
personal representatives' attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
on whom a copy of this notice is
served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.:
All other creditors of.the Decedent
and persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 9, 2008.
Attorney for Personal
Representatives:
Shannon M. Miller
Miller & Brasington, P.A.
4545 NW 8th Avenue, Suite 1
Gainesville, Florida 32605
Phone: 352-379-1900
Florida Bar No. 0035556
Co-Personal Representatives:
Juanita K. Hansen
4141 S. Seneca #1207
Witchita, KS 67217
Stephen Hansen
6420 E. Bailey St.
Wichita, KS 67207
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Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
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FOR RENT: COMMERCE
BUILDING, 2 miles n
of city limits on 301.
prox. 1800 sq ft, enclc
with 20' roofed front
20'x30' separate buil
included. 3 bays w
garage doors. $750/r
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posit. Call 904-964-3
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NEW PROFESSIONAL
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medical, legal, acco
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$350 including utili
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3,000 SQ FT OR 6,
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trial Park. $1,000
each bay. Smith & SI
Realty, 904-964-9222
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Homes for Sal
HANDYMAN SPEC
3BR/1BA, 684 Epper
St. Starke, $55,500.
352-745-0039.
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(352) 235-15
Free estimate


or Lynn at Gene, Jim and
> 49 Roy's Westgate Homes.
S, Mobile Homes 50 years in business.
S ATTENTION! QUALITY
for Sale HOME BUYERS. Homes :
MACCLENNY LAND HOME of Merit, Town Homes,
PACKAGE-New 1579 sq Live Oak hpmes. Do
ft 3/2 with deluxe kitchen not buy any f the above
appliances, island, lots of homes without calling
cabinets, formal dining 352-378-2453, ask for
and more on 1.5 shaded Bruce or Lynn. Guar-
acres on the St. Mary's anteed lowest prices in
River. Was $135K, re- Florida.
duced to $120K. Call SUPER BUY NEW 2008
904-259-8028. 3/2 16X80- SET-UPAND
8RAND NEW 1369 SQ FT DELIVERY. $29,942, ap-
3/2- DELIVERED, set-up,
A/C, skirting and steps all piances included. Call
installed. $52K, call 904- Bruceor Lynn at 352-
259-8028. 378-2453.
BRAND NEW 4/2, 2280 SQ 50
FT Delivered, set-up, For Rent
A/C, skirting and steps all HAMPTON LAKE AREA2/2
installed, $69,400. Call HAMPTONBLAKEAREA2/2
942908 MOBILE HOME. $500/
BRAN NEW 42, 1560 SQ mth plus deposit. Call
BRAND NEW 4/2, 1560 SO 352473-8981.
FT-DELIVERED. Set-up, FR LEASE (OR SALE)
A/C, skirting and steps all KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
stalled, $56,400. Call MOBILE HOME HEIGHTS
-'259-82 MOBILE HOME 2/1
94-259-80.28.. on one acre fenced lot,
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR. paved road. Close to
SALE Own your own town. First, last and se-
homel From $499 to curity. $500/mth, call
$575/mth. Flexible fi- 352-475-3094.
nancing. For more infor- TRAILER LOT FOR RENT
matlon, call Hidden Oak, UNDER SHADE TREES
Mobile Home Park at Incountry. Lotsof space,
ith 386-496-8111. service animals only.
ng. RENTTOOWN, PAYMENTS Utilities included. Call
the FROM $385/MTH. For 352-468-2684.
ne. details, call Hidden Oaks SMALL TRAILER FOR
ny Mobile Home Park, 386- RENT IN COUNTRY.
S 496-8111. Utilities included, call 352-
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE 468-2684.
HOME 3/2, $5K OBO. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
Outside in good shape, RENTI COMPLETE with
inside needs work. Must CH/A, cable provided, all
it, move. Call 352-468-, utilities paidl Central loca-
3238. tion: 10% discount on first
CIAL TIRED OF ALL THE EX- month's rentfor seniorcit-
iorth TRAS THAT YOU DONT izens. Rooms with private
Ap- know about or don't bath, $115 $135. /wk.
esed plan for? Then buy my Room without bath, $100.
age. 2009 28x80 for $68,700 Laundry facilities avail-
ding or my 28'W 2009 3BR able. Close to churches,
with for $47,700. Includes stores, downtown shop-
mth, permits, well, septic and. ping, theatre, and morel
hired power pole, all hook-ups, See Manager at the Mag-
de- set-up, A/C, skirting and nolia Hotel, across from
3370 steps, No impact fees the Starke Post Office.
included. Call Bruce or 904-964-4303.
OF- Lynn at 386-344-3908. WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom,
Call NO MONEY DOWN! 100% MH, clean, closet prison.
aI for FINANCING for veterans. Call 352-468-1323.
unt- VAfinancingand100%for SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
es. land owners. FHA loans. BRORLAKEFRONT2/2.
itie Call 352-378-2453, Bruce Deposit required. Call


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P.O. Box 183 Lawtey, FL. 32058
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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.
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
$525/mth plus electric.
Also studio apartment,
utilities included. $400/
mth. Both first and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/2 FOR RENT SERVICE
ANIMALS ONLY, NO
SMOKING, credit report
required. $950/mth plus
security. 525 Hebron
Ave., Park of the Palms,
Keystone Heights. Call
352-235-1586.
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.
LEASE OR RENT TO OWN
CLEAN 2/1 SWMH on
75'x120' fenced lot close
to shopping in Starke.
Safe, quiet "all houses"
neighborhood. $550/mth
plus deposit. Senior dis-
count. Consider small
pet. Call 352-473-5214.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME ON GRIFFIS


L$OP CH/A, quiet area.
$485/mth plus deposit.
Service animals only. Call
352-284-3310.
2/1 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME MILES FROM
LAKE BUTLER, 10 miles
to Starke. $300/dep,
$500/mth. Call 904-284-
9223 or 904-305-8287.
COVE APARTMENTS 1/1
FOR RENT. Call for de-
tails, 904-891-6779.
3/2 AND 2/1 MOBILE
HOMES GRAHAM
AREA. Service animals
only, no smoking. Call
352-468-2544.
2/1.5 WITH FRONT
SCREEN PORCH AND
UTILITY ROOM. $525/
mth, many extras, senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8218.
2/1 WITH CH/A, VERY
NICE, ONE MILE from
Super WalMart.ip Starke.
Call 386-562-3408.
LARGE 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
WITH STOVE, REFRIG-
ERATOR and dishwasher
on large lot. 107 Camp-
bells Lane, downtown
Melrose. $650/mth plus
$600/dep. Call 352-475-
5533 or 352-226-9220.
4/2 COUNTRY HOME -
SOME PASTURE. Lo-
cated in Providence/
Worthington Springs
area. CH/A, $925/mth.
Call 386-496-2354.
2BR MOBILE HOME WITH
SCREENED PORCH,
nice lot and storage build-
ing. 12 miles west of
Starke, near prison, Rai-
ford, Hwy 121. At Hwy
16W and NE 239th Place.
Call 386-431-1200.
3/2 MOBILE HOME FOR
RENT ON 2:5 ACRES.
$700/mth plus security
deposit. In Lawtey. Call
904-894-2552..
STARKE 2/1 SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME, CH/A.
$450/mth plus deposit,
Call 352-235-6319.
EFFICIENCY FOR RENT
$450/MTH INCLUDES
UTILITIES. Also 1/1,
$375/mth plus utilities.
S. Thompson St. First
month rent, call 904-563-
5410.


BATHROOM

EMODELING + MORE,
HANDYMAN SERVICES'
Complete bathroom remodeling, including wall an
* fortile work. Tub and shower conversions, '
remodeling. From kitchen bath to exterior repairs, \
wall-floor-tlle work, built-in shower seating.
References Available
Lic. #20210.5.

CALL STEVE 904-465-0078.
or 352-468-2515
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* 1/1 Mobile Home w/lake access $450/mo &
security.
* 2/1 Cottage on Lake Geneva. $595/mo &
security.
* 1/1 Home on Brooklyn Lake $600/mo &
security.
* 1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
unfurnished in Melrose area $650/mo & security
*3/2 MA in Hampton $675/mo.& security.
*3/2 Home in Melrose, Clay County $850/mo &
Security.
S3/1.5 Home in Keystone $900/mo & security
* 2/1 Cottage in /Earleton $925/mo & security.
S4/2.5 Home on Bedford Lake $950/mo &
security
* 3/2 Home on Lake-a-wana $995/mo & security
* 2/2 Home on Swisher Lake $1,100/mo &
security.
* 4/3 on Lake Santa Fe $1,500/mo & security.

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BRADFORU ST., STARKE
3/2 CLOSE TO STARKE
SCHOOLS. New heat
pump, new windows,
carpet and wood floors.
Family safe neighbor-
hood. Big, open back
yard for privacy. First, last
and deposit. $750 each,
references required. Call
814-257-9825.
STARKE 4/2 $850/MTH
PLUS $900 DEPOSIT.
Service animals only. Call
352-473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/2.
$750/mth rent plus $800
deposit. Trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus $800
security deposit. Trash
and pest control included,
service animals only. Call
352-473-8255.
STARKE AREA 3/2 LAKE-
HOUSE Very modern,
clean, CHA, secluded.
Many amenities. $1,100/
mth, call 904-964-4005.
HOUSE FOR RENT 3/1.5
ON 3 ACRES. Hwy 16
NW. $950/mth, first, last
and $950/dep. Call 904-
S233-6717.
1/1 WITH DEN, KITCHEN
AND ELECTRIC A/C,
cable TV, front and side
porch. $600/mth, call
904-759-5873.
'80 SINGLEWIDE IN KEY-
STONE, 2/2 ON WATER
(Deer Springs Lake).
$695/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-473-2252.


FISHING AND SWIMMING
IN PRIVATE BACK YARD
park area. 3/1.5 house
with CH/A and full wall
brick fireplace. OutFide
yard maintenance, wa-
ter and septic.included.
$700/mth, first, last and
security. Call 352-475-
3440.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
3/1 WITH HEAT AND
AIR, stove and refrigera-
tor furnished. $575/mth,
$400/dep. Call 386-496-
3253.
3/2 HOME FOR RENT -
$800/MTH. Call 352-745-
1212, Broker owner.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT Key-
stone Heights. Newer3/2
beautiful DW on large 1/3
acre lot with new carpet,
fully equipped. kitchen,
washer/dryer hook-up.
$650/mth plus deposit.
Call 904-571-4264.
SMALL APARTMENT FOR
RENT 1/1' for one or
two people, partially fur-
nishdd, electric and TV
furnished. $550/mth plus
security deposit of $450.
Call 352-473-8912.
51
Lost/Found
FOUND BIKE GASOLINE
ROAD AREA. Call 352-
473-7610, ask for Kenny.
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buythem at
the Office Shop in Starke


ej SERVIct


*Land Clearning 1 *Demolition
*Ponds *Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
*Road Building O Umerock
*Driveways ner Washout
*Heavy Brush 'Site Prep
M6wing Licensed 'Fire Line
& Insured Plowing

O fflce:904-66-065* CelL 904-3641733
~ 16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091


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Born and raised in Bradford County
04 GMC ET CAB SIT 9,880
05 GMC CANYONCREW CAB- c 9,980
-, 610,980
04 CHEVY S10 44 $10,980
05 TOYOTA TACOMA TRD 18,980
06 CHEVY CREW CABR 4u-20,880


SALE PRICE INCLUDES DEALER FEE PLUS TAX, TAG & TLE. AL V EHIES
SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.DEALER NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TYPOGRAPEICL.
ERRORS. ALL PRE-OWNED SALE PRICES ARE LESS $4000 CASH OR IRDE
EQUITY. OFFER GOOD THROUGH 030f, SEE DEALER FORCEAILS


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49678 Devils Den Road:
3BD/2BA, DWMH 1433
sq.ft. $720/month

6634 Brooklyn Bay
Road: 2BD/2BA, Brick
Home 1986 sq.ft.
$995/month


6765 Womans Club.Rd':
5BD/3.5BA, Block Home
2464 sq.ft. $920/m!nth

6874 Deer Springs-"
Road: 2BD/2BA, A-' :,t
Frame lake home 1064
sq.ft. $900/month


Smith & Smith Realty

Sheila Daugherty,
-' Reallor

(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2BR/IBA, Comer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.....$59,500
* 3BR/1BA on Orange Street, Hardwood
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Seller will
pay up-to-$1l-5bOof Baoyer's Cl6sIhgCost.;:..
.....................................................$106,000
* 1.25 Acres q.G=ua NE. 12th Ave&
171st Street... .--..................... 18,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
................................REDUCED $29,950
* Two 1-Acre lofs in City of Starke
Each. ........................................... 17,000
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on 1 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
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq. ft, Starke.......................$150,300


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including postage. Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.
PEKINGESE PUPPIES
CKC REGISTERED.
Health certificates, home
grown. Call 352-468-
1045 or 352-475-2428.
2 SUNBURST BEARDED
DRAGONS, 1 GREEN
IGUANA, 3 cages. $300,
call Edrick at 904-769-
9466 or e-mail hambo-
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Yard Sales
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11,
8AM-2PM. Lots of nice
misc. items, adult and
children's clothing, some
furniture, refrigerator, toys,
Halloween and Christmas
items, too much to list.
Something for everyone.
756 W Market Rd., Starke
by Fairgrounds, 904-964-
8592.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
5370 NW 196TH WAY
OFFSR16W. 8am-?
SATURDAY, 9AM-?
ACROSS FROM WINN
DIXIE at Jimmy Bowen's
home. Some furniture
and lots of clothes.
ESTATE SALE FARM
ITEMS, CHINA, FURNI-
TURE, pottery, cast iron
and lots more. Friday and
Saturday, 8am-2pm, 305
Clark St.
MOVING YARD SALE -
THURSDAY, FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, 8am-
lpm. Freezer, washer,
dryer, misc. household
items. Green Acres, 1412
Debra St.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
3 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Hwy 301 South before
WalMart, turn at Knuckle
Draggers, follow signs.
Lots of stuff. Thelma,
Cheryl and Gang.
BIG YARD SALE- WEDNES-
DAY, THURSDAY, Friday
and Saturday, 9am-5pm.
Take SR16 toward prison,
turn right on CR225, 2
miles, look for signs.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE -
SATURDAY, 8AM-2PM.
New XBOX 360 games,
women's clothes, baby
clothes, purses, shoes,
exercise equipment and,
misc. items. 1002 Clark
St.,'behind Powell's Dairy
Freeze.
GARAGE SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, 8AM-?
41 SE 35th St. Enter-
tainment center, dryer,
Christmas items, adults
and children's clothes.


FREE CANNON CHURCH
OF GOD'S PRAISE Is
having a yard sale Sat-
urday, October 11, 7am-
3pm on the comer, 1010
Oak St. Clothes, house-
hold items, etc. Please
come.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
10A'M-5PM 5 miles
westonSR16. Furniture,
clothes, etc. Bar and res-
taurant equipment. Call
352-745-0723.
ESTATE SALE FRIDAY
THROUGH SUNDAY,
October 10-12,8am-4pm.
16528 Hwy 301, Waldo,
1/8 mile south of Waldo
Flea Market (beside Wal-
do Motor Sports). Fur-
niture, household items,
clothing all sizes, and
kitchen cabinets. Call
904-964-2941.
.53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10,
8AM-2PM. New and old,
collectibles, gifts, kitch-
enware, linens, vintage
clothes, old dolls, toys,
pottery, household, fur-
niture, glass and much
more. 6888 Ridge St. be-
hind Friendship Church,
SR21.
MOVING SALE- OCTOBER
17 AND 18, 9AM-? 5587
SE 7th Ave, Keystone
Heights. Antique fumiture
and stove, refrigerators,
electric fireplace, col-
lectibles, arts and crafts
items, many Christmas
items, air compressor,
Roto tiller, lawn sweeper,
sprayer, leaf whacker and
many more items. Ev-
erything priced to sell.
For more info, call 352-
473-3010.
GREAT SALE FRIDAY,
SATURDAY AND SUN-
DAY, 9am-? Dressers,
book shelf, baby stuff,
glassware, Christmas
stuff, large rabbit cage,
fish tank, etc. Big Tree,
214 North to Mononga-
hela to Cherokee.
MULTI FAMILY 8335
SR100, JUST PAST
CR219. Free items,
household items, furni-
ture, computer monitors,
new items, handmade
crafts, glassware. Christ-
mas shopping. Saturday,
October 11,' am-2pm.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE- OC-
TOBER 10, 8AM-? 7000
M. Lake Rd. off 315C near
McRae Elementary.
55.
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Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes
& Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke,
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pay $8K. Must be in nice
condition. Please call
904-364-9041.
57
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-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty. Can
deliver. Sacrifice $120.
Call 352-372-8588.
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 ANb 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.
COMPUTER NEW DELL
2-GIG XP PENTIUM 512
MB, 2 speakers, wireless
mouse and keyboard. 17"
LCD screen, many extras
with 4yr warranty, $900.
Call 386-496-0016.
STEEL BUILDINGS -$1000
TO RESERVE. Factory
direct, local consultant.
Can erect (discount-
ed). www.scg-grp.com.
Source#16H. Phope 904-
838-1399.
KENMORE AND WHIRL-
POOL WASHERS and
dryers, new type $95
and up each. Electric
stove, written guarantee,
delivery available. For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801.
USED COMPUTERS, $99.
WESTERN AUTO IN
STARKE, call 904-964-
6841.
ROCKFORD FOSGATE
BOX ENCLOSED 12"
sub woofer punch series -
Never used, new $179.99,
will sell for $90 firm. Call
904-964-2288.

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APPLIANCE
Sales 6 Service
Nice selection of.
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
'Starting at $ I 65
GREAT FOR,
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
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TURES FOR SALE Call
904-964-4343 or 352-
682-6926.
LIKE NEW BEDLINER FOR
FORD F150 SHORT BED
PICK-UP. $800BO. Call
90-964-8325.
METAL STORAGE
BUILDING 10X24 IN
EXCELLENT CONDI-
TION, $2,000 firm. Also,
generator, 10hp, 5,000
watts, has not been used
much, $350. Call 352-
473-8257.
RENO 4-WHEELER
SCOOTER, 300LB ca-
-pacity, 20 mile range,
6mth old. New $1,599,
will sell for $750. Easily
taken apart for carrying in
car trunk. Also, 6ft double
fold portable ramp. New
$189, will sell for $100.
Call 352-473-8616.
QUIK-N-CRISPY GREASE-
LESS FRYER 110V, fro-
zen drink machine, nacho
cheese dispensers, cool-
ers, glasses, dressers,
etc. Yard sale, Friday and
Saturday, 5 miles west on
SR16, 352-745-0723.
59
Personal
Services
CHILDCARE IN MY KEY-
STONE HOME. Licensed
CPR/FirstAid. Hot meals,
indoor play room, lots of
activities. 12years expe-
rience. Near Twin Lake
Soccer Park. Infants and
up. Call 352-478-8040,
Lic#F04CLO116.
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.


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Keystone Building Center is looking for full time
yard Personnel. The people we are looking for
are: Dependable, hard working, have a basic
knowledge of building materials, have a current
CDL (Class B minimum) driver's license, have a
good driving record, are familiar with the Lake
Region area, are team players, and like working
with people. These positions are full. time (four
ten hour days per week, on a rotating schedule)
with an occasional need for over-time. The
company is located in Keystone Heights, Florida.


If you meet these qualifications and are looking
for a career opportunity, not just a job, then
please call 352-473-9991 and ask for Brian to
arrange for an interview or fax 352-473-9686,
or email ibgasset@bellsouth.net your resume and
salary requirements to arrange for an interview.

Keystone Building Center is an equal opportunity employer
and a drugfree workplace.


JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or noti Will pick
up anywhere. $150 and
up. Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
PAUL MILLER TREE SER-
VICE. Licensed and in-
sured, free estimates.
Call 904-796-2430.
FAITHFULVOOLS SERV-
ING IN BRADFORD,
Union, Baker, Alachua,
Clay, St. John and Put-
nam Counties. I can build
you a very affordable pool
for an affordable price.
We also remodel decks,
tile and refinish inside of
your pool (color of your
choice). Call 904-964-
7967, Starke.
HOUSECLEANING DUST,
MOP, SWEEP, vacuum,
etc. One time, weekly,
bi-weekly, monthly. Very
honest, dependable with
references. Leave mes-
sage at 352-215-0507.
64
Business
Opportunity
LIQUOR LICENSE Brad-
ford County. No transfer
fee. RealtyMasters, Real-
tors. 800-523-7651.
65
Help Wanted
IRS JOBS $14.91-$32.61/
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training is provided. For


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appointment and free
government job info, call
American Association of
Labor at 913-599-8244,
24hrs, emp. serve.
ATLANTIC PUBLISHING
HAS FT/PT WARE-
HOUSE/Inventory Con-
trol position available
at our new Starke, FL
warehouse. Warehouse
ahd inventory experience
required. Duties: fulfill
orders, prepare pack-
ages for mailing, stock,
operate a forklift, shrink-
wrap books, mailings,
polybag, etc. Requires
light computer work, or-
ganization skills, heavy
lifting. Should be physi-
cally capable. Own trans-
portation a must. E-mail
resume to Doug Brown
(dbrown@atlantic-pub.
com) or fax to 352-622-
1875. No walk-ins.
VERY BUSY CARRIER
100% 0/0. Pull vans,
flats or tanks in Florida
SE, Midwest and West,
out and back. Paid empty
and loaded, fuel card, no
fees, paid, fuel tax, home
weekends. Call904-781-
0457 or 800-606-8344.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for LPNs
and RNs, full time for
all shifts. Excellent pay
and benefits. Apply in
person at 808 S Colley


or days In the event or an
emergency. Salary range
is $1,283.74 to $3,336.13
bi-weekly. Applications
will be accepted online
at https://peoplefirst.my-
florida.com/ or completed
State of Florida applica-
tions may be faxed to 904-
636-2627 by 10/13/08.
Call 877-562-7287 for
assistance in applying
on line. EEO/AANP Em-
ployer.
PLUMBER HELPER EX-
PERIENCED ONLY RE-
QUIRED. Drug free, call
352-478-2162.
STAFF ASSOCIATE -
STAFF ASSOCIATE TO
HELP with miscellaneous
projects. Must be pro-
fessional and customer
oriented. Valid driver's
license. Must be able to


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with the average owner
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Cars for Sale
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(800)366-9813 Ext
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an mountain top near
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perience plus on-call pay.
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PROVIDE ASSISTANCE
TO QA DIRECTOR with
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developing training pro-
grams and preparing
documentation. Must
possess Bachelor's de-
gree in nursing, educa-
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munication and computer
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ply at ARC of Bradford
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Starke, 904-964-7699.


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registration form.


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company interested in ex-
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Minimum $200K
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x 1335
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Page 10A TIMES October 9, 2008


'Big Money' makes personal appearance at homecoming game


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer

Just before the start of last
week's high school football
game against the Santa Fe
Raiders, former Tigers player
Gerard Warren made a special
trip to Lake Butler to be
honored as the first to have his
football jersey (No. 61)
retired.
Head coach Andrew Zow
said it was completely by
coincidence that the Tigers
were playing the Raiders on
the one Friday night that the
Oakland Raider's defensive
tackle could make it to town.
"The Raiders just happen to
be the team that we were
playing last week and it was
the only weekend Gerard could
possibly get here," he said.
Warren played defensive
lineman for the Tigers, and
along with fellow former
teammate and quarterback
Andrew Zow, was a member
of the 1994, 1995 and 1996
Union County High School
.state championship football
team.
"I felt that Gerard had
accomplished something that
you don't see from a small
town like Lake Butler," Zow
said. "Many schools ;want to
recognize their athletes when
they have done well and we
are no different. I wanted to
make sure everyone does not
take his accomplishments
lightly."
Warren's long list of
accomplishments include
being named to the Prep Stars
All-American Dream Team
and being ranked among the
nation's top 10 defensive
linemen while at Union
County High School. He
posted 36 high school career


Union County High School Principal Alex Nelson, Joann Warren, Gerard "Big Money" Warren, Charles Warren
and School Superintendent Carlton Faulk.


sacks, was tabbed a Super Prep
All-American, was namqd to
Florida's prestigious Super
Seniors Team and took in three
state championship .titles
ending with a 49-4 overall win
record.
Warren was also voted a
second-team All American by
USA Today and Super Prep's
Dixie Defensive Player of the
Year. An honor roll student all
four years of high school, he
majored in recreation program
delivery at the University of
Florida. Warren received the


nickname "Big Money" by his
high school coaches because of
his potential to become a
professional football player.
At UF, Warren was one of
the top interior defensive
linemen in the country where
he posted 159 career tackles
(91 solo), 9.5 sacks (61 yds.)
and' 30 tackles for losses of
121 yards in 35 games (22
starts).
A first-team All-
Southeastern Conference
selection as a college junior, he
was rated the best defensive


tackle in college football and
an All-American Dream Team
selection by -the--NFL- Draft
Report in 2000. Warren was
instrumental in the Gators'
SEC Championship victory
over Auburn in 2000 and was
the team's recipient of the
Most Inspirational Player
Award.
Warren was a top-three NFL
overall pick who has played in
103 combined games for the
Cleveland. Browns, Denver
Broncos and Oakland Raiders.
During his- eight-year


'professional career, he has
made 223 tackles, 26 sacks and
six forced fumbles.
As the list of Warren's
career highlights were read
over the loud speaker, he stood
in the center of the football
field with his mother and
father, Joann and Charles
Warren, on each side of him.
Charles Warren's obvious--
pride in his son's successes
became apparent as he was
brought to tears during the
reading. Also accompanying
Warren centerfield was current


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Big band
competition
in UC Oct. 18
A volunteer information
meeting will be held Tuesday,
Oct. 14.
In less two weeks, Union
County will host the annual
District Four Marching Bandl
Performance Assessment. The
event will take place on
Saturday, Oct., 18, beginning at
1 p.m. and will last throughout
the evening. No small affair,
there will be between 15-20
bands from high schools in the
District 4 area which includes
Union, Bradford, Alachua,
Baker, Columbia, Dixie,
Gilchrist, Levy and parts of
Clay counties. Union County
High School Band Director
Kelly Dorsey describes the
event as the FCAT for bands.
Many members of the
community have expressed
their interest in helping out
with 'the event and Dorsey has
decided to hold an
informational meeting for
volunteers on Tuesday, Oct.
14. The meeting will begin at
6:30 p.m. in the UCHS band
room.
Get answers to your
questions such as, "What area
can I volunteer in? What time
do- you need me and for how
long? Can I volunteer and still
see my child perform?" If you
will- be :unable to attend the
meeting but would otherwise
like to volunteer, 'please
contact Dorsey at (386) 496-
I 3779 or Mary Brown at (386)
496-3432.


Scout
meeting dates
and times
Boys Scouts meet each
Monday and Cub Scouts meet
every Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at
First Christian Church in Lake
Butler.
The church is located at 155
NW First St. For more
information, please call (386)
496-3956.


School Board to
meet Oct. 14
The Union County School
Board will hold its regular bi-
monthly meeting on Tuesday,
Oct. 14, at 6 p.m. Items on the
agenda include discussion
About LBES fall festival,
"Tiger Country" CD by Tim
Jones, and the approval of a
number of-district contract
agreements.

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The .meeting is for
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former high school football
coach of Warren's.
"He was young then," Faulk
said, "and we watched him
along with that entire group of
state champions all the way up
from Pop Warner and knew
some of them had professional
careers to look forward to."
Faulk said making Warren
the only former player to.ever
have his jersey number
officially retired was not only
a tribute to him and what he
continues to do for the kids in
Union County, but also to his
parents, Joann and Charles, for
being (and remaining) positive
role models in Warren's.life.
"It's just something that he
even took the time to come
back from the NFL between
games and be here for this,"
Faulk said.
Warren stated that he was
thrilled to be back on the field
where all his dreams began
and was honored to be
returning with his dreams
fulfilled.
"This is a good feeling to be
back here under the Friday
night lights in Union County,"
Warren said. "It's a part of
tradition and pride that-this
whole town shuts down on
Friday nights to come out and
support the Tigers."
So what does the future hold
for Big Money? Zow said
Warren really wants to be a
part of what the football team
wants to accomplish in Union
County.
. "He has talked about.
"possibly helping out one day
after he retires. He would be a
great asset to the team and
coaching staff," Zow said.
Learn more about Warren
and, his career highlights by
visiting his Web site at
www.gerardwarren.com.


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Section B: Thursday, October 9, 2008



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



2 scholarships helped pave road to nursing career


The following is part of a
series of stories on people
who've gone on to successful
careers with the help of Santa
Fe College scholarships. The
college is raising funds to
create more scholarship
opportunities for Bradford
students.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
'A supportive family wa:
important to Donnie Thornton
when he made the decision to
return to college, but what was
also a tremendous help was the
fact he received a scholarship.
The Santa Fe College Lillian
Stump Nursing and Health
Related Scholarship was a
blessing in Thornton's life, but
it was also the second
scholarship he received from
Santa Fe. The first was
awarded to him as a student
preparing to graduate from
Bradford High School in 1985.
That first scholarship
enabled Thornton to go to
school and earn his AA degree.
Approximately 18 years later,
the Stump scholarship helped
ease some of the burden on
Thornton and his family when
he chose to go back to school.
-That was, Thornton admitted, a
tough time for Thornton, his
wife, Brenda, and their
children.
"It. was a blessing,"
Thornton said. "I kind of had
to rely on God to get me
through all that. We were.
down to one income."
Thornton has now been
working as a nurse for more
than three years. He will soon
complete a year of working at
Shands Starke, the hospital in
his home county.
Things have worked out
pretty good for the kid who
was unsure of what he wanted
to do when he graduated from
high school.
"I enjoyed doing so many
things," Thornton said:
"Realty, that- was the- h-ideS--
part for me, trying to figure out
what exactly I wanted to do.
I'd always been an outside
person. I loved math and
science. I loved working with
my hands."
Thornton received the Starke


Fundraiser for
Reddish
scholarship is
Oct. 17
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Becky Reddish is
remembered, fondly for her'
work in the Bradford County
school system, so it-should
come as no surprise that a
scholarship in her honor is
being established at Santa Fe
College.
Funds must be raised for that
fund, though, and the
community has a chance to
both give and remember
Reddish at an event at
Madison Street Baptist Church
in Starke on Friday, Oct. 17.
"A Tribute to Bdcky" is
scheduled for 7-8:30 a.m.
(doors will open at 6:30 a.m.)
at the church's family, life
center. Tickets to the event,
which includes breakfast, are
$25.
"We hope to sell 300
tickets," said Cheryl Canova,
the director of the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center.
"That's our goal."
Six people who knew
Reddish, who was killed in a
March 18 vehicle accident, are
scheduled to speak, while two
special videos will also be
shown.
A goal of raising $50,000 for
the scholarship fund has been
set. The current total stands at
approximately $16,500.
"We hope the community
will come out and support us,"
Canova said.
Tickets can be obtained at
the Andrews Center and
Capital City and Community
State banks in Starke, or by
calling Dana Blankenship at
(904) 964-6229.
Donations may also be made
at the Andrews Center or
mailed to: Santa Fe College
Andrews Center, 209 W. Call
St., Starke, FL 32091. Checks
should be made out to SFC
Endowment.


Rotary Club's endowed
scholarship to attend Santa Fe.
That helped shorten the
duration he spent in school
earning his AA degree.


"My family wasn't able to
pay for (school)," he said. "If it
hadn't been for (the
scholarship), I wouldn't have
been able to at least take a full


load. It would've been a longer
process."
School was put on hold after
Thornton earned his AA
degree so he could help raise


his family. Thornton had been
working at Jackson Building
Supply in Starke-a job he
started right out of high school.
He said' he was like a jack of


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CRIME


Union rescue
in crash in
Gainesville
A Gainesville teen was
cited Oct. 5 after causing a
crash with a Union County
rescue unit.
The rescue unit was
southbound on Northwest
13"h Street in Gainesville with
its lights and siren activated.
Gainesville Cpl. David
Blizzard was on duty and
happened to be at the
intersection of Northwest 16th
Avenue, watching as the
rescue unit stopped at the
intersection before
proceeding.
A Honda Accord, driven
by Crystal Bolton, 17,
entered the intersection and
collided with the ambulance.
Bolton suffered minor
injuries in the 9 p.m. crash.
Those in the rescue unit
were identified as: patient
Marcela McIntire, 61, and her
son Brian Mclntire, 29, driver
and paramedic Archie
Clemons, 28, and paramedic
Robert Koch, 57, all of Lake
Butler and Michael Pittman,
25, of Gainesville.
Mclntire was being treated
.as a cardiac patient. It is
unknown if she suffered
additionally from the crash.
She was transported by
Shands rescue to AGH. Koch
received minor injuries.
Clemons, Koch and Pittman
_ ere transported by a Shands
rescue -unit to -Shands
University for observation,
Cpl. Blizzard said.
Bolton was cited for failing
to yield right of way, driving
while license suspended with
knowledge and expired
license tag, Cpl. Blizzard
said.
Total damages were
estimated at $25,000.

Recent
arrests
In Bradford,
Clay or Union
'The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local- law enforcement
officers in Bradford, Clay
(Keystone -,eights-.,aea) o,.
Union County: ,I . .


domestic. Daugherty was
charged with striking the
victim several times in the
back of her head and burning
her on the leg with a
cigarette, Deputy Waldorf
said. A $15,000 surety bond
was posted for Daugherty's
release from custody.
Nicole Barbour, 29, of
Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 30 by Union Deputy
Leslie Crews for aggravated
battery. Barbour was charged
with striking the victim in the
head with a stick during an
argument. She also struck the
windshield of the victim's
vehicle with a hammer,
Deputy Crews said. Barbour
was released on her own
recognizance.
Rebecca Lynn Hughes, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 30 by Union Deputy
Kevin Hilliard for battery.
Hughes was charged with
kicking the victim in the arm
and shoulder during an
altercation. Hughes was
released on her own
recognizance.
Rachel Kay Tillman, 42, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 1 by
Starke Sgt. William Murray
for burglary and grand theft.
Tillman was charged tvith
going onto the porch area of a
residence on Lafayette Street
where she removed a tool
box containing assorted tools
valued at $400, Sgt. Murray
said. Total bond was set at
$20,000.
Letroy Shelton Guion, 40,
of Starke was arrested Sept.
29 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for possession of
firearm by a convicted felon
and possession of cannabis.
While serving a search
warrant at Guion's residence
on Pine Street, the officer
located a .44 caliber revolver
on top of a refrigerator. The
weapon was fully loaded,
Sgt. Crews said. In the
bedroom two small bags of
marijuana (approximately
two grams) and several items
of drug paraphernalia were
found, Sgt. Crews said. Bond
was set at $11,000. Guion
was also charged with
violation of probation.


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of Starke was arrested Oct. 4 Smith for possession of
by Bradford Deputy B. controlled substance. Keen's
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observed it swerving from
lane to lane. Keen's speech
was slurred when she was
questioned, and she admitted
to taking a Hydrocodone pill
earlier in the day, Deputy
Smith said. She failed testing
and was placed under arrest.
Ten Darvocet pills were
found in her purse, Deputy
Smith said. Bond was set at*
$15,000. Keen was also
charged with driving on a
suspended driver's license
and careless driving, Deputy
Smith said.
Ashley Jordan, 26, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 3 by
Deputy Crews for possession
of marijuana. While Deputy
Crews was investigating a
report of an intoxicated
person in the Lake Butler
Apartments complex, a
strong odor of burnt
marijuana was coming from
where several individuals
were standing. During
questioning, none of the
individuals was found with
marijuana in his possession,
Deputy Crews said. However
a bag of marijuana was found
on the ground where 'Jordan
was standing, Deputy Crews
said.
Joshua Eric Clemons, 19,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 1
by Starke Patrolman Jason
Crosby for possession of
controlled substance with
intent to sell and possession
of alcohol by person under
21. Clemons was found with
four lxl bags of marijuana, a
known method of packaging
for sale and/or distribution,
Patrolman Crosby said. Total
weight was 3.2 grams. Bond
was set at $51,000.
Christopher Sean Hartley,
38, of Keystone Heights was
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Hartley was charged with
concealing several items in
bags and attempting to leave
Wal-Mart without paying for
the merchandise valued at
$482.89. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Natalie Lorraine Wederski,
34, of DeFuniak Springs was
arrested Oct. 4 by Patrolman
Crosby for disorderly
conduct. Wederski was
creating a disturbance by
screaming and yelling
profanities in the parking lot
of a convenience store on
Brownlee Street. Officers
told her to calm down, but
she continued to be loud,
Patrolman Crosby said.
Wederski was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Charles Barry Butler, 58,
of Suwannee was arrested
Oct. 4 by Clay Deputy P.M.
Reid for trespassing. The
victim stated she arrived at
her property on Hall Lake
Road in Keystone Heights
where she found Butler
sitting on her front porch,
Deputy Reid said. He was
intoxicated and would not
-leave the property.
Melanie Rodgers, 23, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 1 by Bradford
Deputy Stephen Bivins for
violation of probation on a


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charge of possession of
marijuana. Rodgers was
ordered to serve 30 days in
the Bradford County Jail.
Joseph McDaniel, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 5
by Bradford Deputy Josh
Luke for violation of
probation on a charge of
domestic violence. McDaniel
was ordered to serve 60 days
in the county jail.
Roquel Lawanda Leven,
36, of Lake Butler was
arrested'by Alachua County
deputies on a Bradford
warrant for failure to return
property over $300. Leven
was transported Sept. 30 to
the Bradford Jail where she
was released' after a $2,000
surety bond was posted.
Elsheikh Ahmed Lagi, 46,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 1 ly Duval deputies on a
warrant from Bradford
County for violation of
probation with no bond.
Vernon Reginald Godbolt,
50, of Lake Butler was
arrested Sept. 19 by Union
Deputy Jerry Feltner on a
warrant for sexual assault
with no bond.
Serena Henderson,,28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Deputy Luke on a warrant for
perjury in official
proceedings. She, was


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arrested Oct. 4 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation contributing to the
delinquency of a minor with
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Ricky R. Jordan, 43, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4,by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for violation of probatioiion
a charge of retail theft. Jordan
was ordered to serve 100
days in the county jail.
David Lee Cox, 20, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 3
by Bradford Deputy R.E.
Pollard on a warrant from
Gilchrist County for failure to
appear on unlawful
possession of alcohol. Cox
was released from custody
after a $2,000 surety bond
was posted.

Sammy Lee Simmons, 17,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 1 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson for failure to
appear for felony offense.
Bond was set at $10,000.
Prentis Lynn Jefferson, 30,
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Oct. 6 by Capt. Tomlinson
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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:


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Santa Fe Community
College is now known as Santa
Fe College as it begins the
transition to a four-year
institution, which means
people in Bradford County will
have an opportunity to stay
within the county and earn a
four-year degree.
However, students in


Donald Richard Dowling,
70, of Raiford was arrested
Oct. 2 by Bradford Deputy R.
Watkins on a warrant for
aggravated assault. A
$20,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody. On Oct. 3, Dowling
was charged by Deputy
Pollard on a warrant from
Gilchrist County on a writ of
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and bookkeeping.
Thornton worked there for
approximately 18 years before
deciding to return to school.
He made the decision to go
into nursing. It was a career he
felt afforded him a more
flexible schedule, allowing
him to spend more time with
his family. He also liked the
fact that it allowed him to help
people.
The fact that he was an older
student was more noticeable
when he was taking classes at
the Andrews Center, Thornton
said. When he began taking
classes at Santa Fe's
Northwest Campus in
Gainesville, Thornton said
approximately half of the
students in the nursing
.program were in his age range.
As mentioned earlier, it was
not an easy time for Thornton
and his family, which consists
of three children. However, his
family made it possible for
him to return to school and
graduate.
"Without their support, I
never would've made it,"
Thornton said. "They're still
my backbone and support.
They made a lot of sacrifices
to allow me to be able to do
this."
After graduating, Thornton
went to work at Shands AGH
in Gainesville. He worked
some at Shands Starke while
he was still in school and said
his experience at Shands AGH,
though it is a larger hospital,
was similar.
"It was still small enough
where you had a close-knit
group," Thornton said.

He worked at Shands AGH
for a little more than two years
before being-h4ired, at Shands
St.uke.-in .December of la 't
yefr. Th6rntoni said he has


enjoyed his brief time there
"We have a great, g
facility with great manager
and great people," he said.
He has also enjoyed nur
as a career. Yes, he does h
to work long shifts, but he
multiple days off during
week, allowing him to h
"quality family time," he sa
Above all else, though, is
opportunity to be there
others.
"The best thing I like is
talking with patients and b(
able to work with them
help them know that w
there to help them get beti
Thornton said.
Santa Fe Col
scholarships helped make i
possible. Thornton thinks
great that there are so m
opportunities for Brad
County students to
scholarships to the coll
Santa Fe currently has
endowed scholars
specifically for Brad
County students with ano
three in the process of be
established. - --
Thornton sai t numbere
scholarships available iS a


Bradford County have another
option, too, thanks to a
partnership between Santa Fe
and Saint Leo University.
Students can earn four-year
degrees in such areas of study
as business administration,
education, criminal justice and
psychology through a
combination of online classes
and on-site classes ;at the
Andrews Center in Starke and,


recognizance on the charge.

Lisa Nicole Bruno, 29, of
Hampton was arrested Oct. 2
by Deputy Watkins on a
warrant from Alachua
County for violation of
probation larceny. Bruno was
released on her own
recognizance.

Nathan Allen Goode, 26,
of Keystone Heights was


Donnie
Thornton, now
a nurse at
Shands Starke,
received two
Santa Fe
College
scholarships--
once when he
was graduating
from high
school and
then again
when he
returned to
school later in
.: life. Photo
courtesy of
Brenda
Thornton.


when looking at the median
'reat income of Bradford County.
nent Those scholarships create
options for children coming
sing out of high school who may
have not go to college otherwise.
has "Even though they have the
the drive to do it and the
have knowledge to do it, they may
aid. not have the monetary
the resources to do it," Thornton
for said.
The college's endowment
just corporation is in the midst of a
being fundraising effort to create
and monetary resources for even
e're more students. Donations will
ter," all be matched by the state
eventually and do not have to
lege be cash. People can make
t all general donations or donate
it's toward specific scholarships.
iany If you would like to help or
ford learn more about the
get -scholarshipg--available, please
ege. call Cheryl Canova, the
12 director of the Santa Fe
hips College Andrews Center, at
ford (904) 964-5382 or the Santa Fe
otherr College Endowment
being Corporation at (352) 395-5200.
.- --You may- also, visit the Web
r of site
plus www.sfcc.edu/scholarships.


now, the Watson Center in
Keystone Heights.
"It's increasing our ability to
offer more educational
opportunities to students," said
Bob Wolfson, the director of
the Watson Center.
Dia Harden, an assistant
academic adviser for Saint
Leo, said Saint Leo caters to
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arrested Oct. 3 by Clay
Deputy Renee Scucci for
violation of probation
resisting an officer without
violence with no bond.
Jamie Louise Coakley, 27,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 2
by Bradford Deputy Aaron
Black on warrants for grand
theft and uttering a
counterfeit check. She was
released on her own
recognizance.

Graylon A. Jones, 43, of
Lake Butler was arrested
Sept. 29 by Deputy Feltner
for failure to appear for a
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $1,500.

Traffic
James Harold Johns, 44, of
Yulce was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for driving while
license suspended or revoked
(DWLS). After being told he
was under arrest, Johns fled
from the deputy and a
trooper. He was eventually
stopped and subdued when
the deputy used a Taser.
Johns was also charged with
resisting arrest without
violence and on a warrant for
failure to appear DWLS.
Total bond was set at
$11,000.
Margaret Frances Snyder,
29, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 4 by Hampton
Chief John Hodges for
improper tag not assigned
and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Snyder's


vehicle was stopped on C.R.
18. During a search the
officer found a marijuana
pipe with residue in her
purse, Chief Hodges said.
Snyder was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.
Nery E. Zambrano, 20, of
Bradenton was arrested Oct.
5 by Lawtey Patrolman J.S.
Bennett for no valid driver's


license. Zambrano was also
charged with giving a false
name at the time of his arrest
when he gave the officer a
different name and date of
birth.
Troy Able Johns, 40, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Sept. 30 by Clay
Deputy M. Marvel on a
capias for DUI and DWLS
habitual. Bond was set at
$5,003.


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Thursday, October 9, 2008 Page 4B



Starke electric produces big money
I Part two of three


The term "big money" may have different
meanings to different people, but when.
one casually speaks of $50,000-per-month
electric bills, I begin to understand that big
money is in the offing. While Starke doesn't
have too many businesses in that category,
it has numerous small business enterprises
that experience utility bills in the $10,000-
pe- month range. Visualize for a moment a
small business owner who faces a $300 light
bill each morning as he opens the door. The
first $300 he takes in everyday is earmarked
for electricity, and in all likelihood, any profit
he makes arrives late in the day after utilities,
payroll, taxes and other costs have been
covered. Owning a business may not be all
fun and profit.
We know Clay Electric Cooperative and
the city df Starke discontinued generating
electricity several years ago, so where does
their power come from? Primarily from
two sources, each designed and operated
for specific customers. Clay Electric Co-op
buys exclusively from Seminole Electric
Cooperative, a generating and transmission
facility established in 1948 to give co-ops of
electric customers buying power. Through
its 10 member systems, Seminole Electric
serves 1.7 million customers in 46 Florida
counties. Headquartered in Tampa, Seminole
has 300 miles of transmission lines and three
generating power plants: a 1,300-megawatt
plant on the St. Johns River in Putnam County,
a nuclear plant at Crystal River, and a third
plant near Wauchula. To provide perspective
to Seminole Electric's contribution to the
economy, it paid $35.8 million in payroll in
2007, and $9.4 million in property and sales
taxes.
The city of Starke once bought electricity
from the Florida grid and Gainesville Regional
Utilities, but now buys exclusively from
Florida Municipal Power Agency, established
in 1978 to provide electricity to member
municipalities that had electric departments,
that is, cities that were not being served by
a private power company such as Florida
Power and Light. Thirty municipalities, from
Key West in the south to Havana in the
northwest, are currently members of the
agency, a. number that has been constarit
for the past several years, although some
have toyed with the idea of pulling out. That
Though is soon dismissed 'when the niember
city learns the cost of separating runs into the:-
millions of dollars. They find the long-term
contracts, from 20-30. years, subjects them to
a pro-rata share of the agency's indebtedness
incurred when FMPA buys or builds another
generating station.
Ten of the 30 FMPA members, including
Gainesville, Orlando and Chattahoochee, did
not purchase any electricity from the member-
owned co-op in 2007. Gainesville owns GRU,
which generates surplus electricity. Orlando
owns and operates four generating stations,
and Chattahoochee is served by Gulf Power
and Progress Energy.
The city of Starke gave some thought
to pulling out of FMPA, but the cost was
prohibitive.Also, the open market has changed
and there may be insufficient electricity
available to sustain uninterrupted electric
service. GRU once had surplus power, but
Gainesville is a growing community and
may not be a reliable supplier for outlying
towns. Starke is now an embedded customer
of FMPA, bound with a long-term contract
and uninterested in looking elsewhere for a
supplier.
Does FMPA charge its members more than
they can buy power elsewhere? Probably not
when one factors in the reliability factor and
the long-term outlook. FMPA charges all
member cities the same rate, but the cities set
.their own retail residential nid commercial
rates. Starke is mid-way on the scale of
FMPA members, with 13 cities charging less
per kilowatt-hour and'16 charging more. Key


West charges the highest rates in the state,
possibly because of its location.
Fuel adjustment charges are used throughout
the industry to maintain a constant price per
kilowatt-hour and reflect the fluctuations
in cost of producing electricity. It is always
listed as a separate item on the monthly
statement. Since the city of Starke provides
multiple utilities-electricity, gas, water
and sewer-Starke customers receive a
consolidated statement at the end of the
month. A problem arises when a Starke utility
customer compares his monthly statement
with someone whose bill represents the
cost of electricity only, putting Starke at a
disadvantage. City officials caution Starke
residents to compare the cost of electricity,
plus the fuel adjustment charge with like
services in other systems, and they may find
that Starke's prices compare favorably. Or
maybe not.
The Starke electric department is a salable
asset wholly owned by the city, thdt is
subject to sale by city commissioners only
after approval by three-fourths of qualified
freeholders of the city. This information
was contained in a letter from William C.
Phillips, general manager and CEO of Clay
Electric Co-op, dated Nov. 2, 1999, and
addressed to Linda Johns, Starke city clerk.
Subsequently, a meeting was held in which
Clay Electric officials presented a proposal
to purchase the utility from the city; but
after due consideration, the offer was turned
down.
The purchase price was not disclosed, but
the formula for purchasing customers by Clay
Electric is probably standard throughout the
industry, consisting of a payment equal to one
year's revenue plus the value of the system,
which may or may not be the owner's book
value. In the 1999 offering, Clay Electric
officials said the amount would pay all
Starke's indebtedness to FMPA and allow the
city to bank enough funds to provide income,
when added to the franchise fee, to equal the
city's present netincome. --
Since that time there has been no movement
between either side to reopen the discussion
Sof buying/selling the city's electric system.
When asked if Clay Electric is still interested
in buying the city utility, Henry D. Barrow Jr.,-
director of member and public relations, said
the co-op remains an interestedpossitbtebuyer,
but it will not initiate any offers to purchase. t
If city commissioners become interested in
selling the utility, the co-op will submit an
offer based on the standard formula, but it
will not make overtures to the city.
Relations between the two entities remain
excellent. The two entered into a contract
recently in which Clay Electric now remits to
Starke a 6 percent franchise fee for serving a
handful of customers within the Starke city
limits. The approximately 30 households
inside the city limits being served by the
co-op are located in the Lakewood area near
Crosby Lake.
Throughouttheelectric industry and contrary
to the price of commodities in a market
economy in which higher volume lowers the
price per unit, the more electricity a customer
uses, the higher the cost per kilowatt-hour,
the pricing unit for electric energy. Another
anomaly in the pricing structure, commercial
users are charged more per kilowatt-hour
than residential users, although the cost to
the retailer (think Clay Electric and City of
Starke) pays a flat rate for all the energy it
buys from FMPA and Seminole Electric.
Perhaps other industries have their own little
quirks and modus operandi known only to
themselves.
Next week we'll continue the story of
Starke's electric system, citing some large
figures for a small community. It will be
interesting and informative.
By Buster Rahn,
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PTO members
clear slate
Dear Editor:
As a member of last year's
PTO at Starke Elementary and
this year's as well, I was more
than stunned at how the
Telegraph reported on Mr.
Hatcher's remarks at last
week's meeting. While what
was reported was true for the
-most-part, -the-report neglected
to report that the PTO
members were being "held
blameless" which were Mr.
Hatcher's words. It is my
understanding that the
investigation is focused on
what happened, if anything did
happen, to the money after it
had been turned over to the
school's financial department.
Instead the front page headline
with ensuing article both
seemed to imply that the PTO
members themselves may be at
fault. This is not the case.
Leaving out this piece of
information, intentionally or
unintentionally, suggested
impropriety on the part of PTO
members where there was
none.
It's amazing to me that
although we are almost to the


Extension
service offers
small-
ruminant
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
control, toxic plant
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


end of the first 9 weeks of
school and several of our grade
levels still do not have all their
reading material, or given
that the Bradford County Fair
was knowingly scheduled to
coincide with the FCAT
testing time, that the only real
item deemed newsworthy from
the school is a backhanded
swipe at the hardworking
dedicated volunteers who do
want the best for our students
at Starke Elementary. While I
do not believe that was the
newspaper's intention, that is
how it was perceived by both
PTO members (current and
former) and community
members at large. Since I had
to repeatedly clarify this issue
all weekend everywhere I
went, I just wanted to set the
record straight once and for all.
The results of the investigation
should be ready by the next
PTO meeting, but until then,
please remember that. the PTO
itself is not at fault. We are in
the process of getting ready for
our fall-festival and we rely on
community donations to help
make it a success. If our
generous supporters do not
understand that the PTO is not
at fault, they will be less likely


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
attend.
Complete agendas are
available at
http://bradford.ifas.ufl.edu.
For individuals with
disabilities requiring special
accommodations, please
contact the Bradford County
Extension Office at least five
working days prior to the
program in order for proper
consideration to be given to
the request.


The only sensible ends of
literature are, first, the
pleasurable toil of writing;
second, the gratification of
one's family and friends;
and lastly, the solid cash.
Nathaniel Hawthorne"
1804-1864, American
Novelist, Short Story
Writer
*-*


to donate. The money raised
by PTO helps with many
things necessary to give our
children a quality program. It
would be a shame if our
children are the ultimate
victims in all of this.
Sherree Alvarez

Editor's note: A review of -.
recording of the
superintendent's discussion
with the PTO reveals that that
Superintendent Harry Hatcher,
near the closing of his
remarks, stated that the PTO
would be held "harmless. .and
whole," meaning the money
that was missing would be
replaced-something he
indicated more than once
during the brief discussion. At
no point did he state that the
PTO would be "held
blameless," and in fact,
because .of the ongoing
investigation, it appears great
pains were taken not to
indicate guilt or innocence on
the part of anyone. Such is
also the case with the article
that appeared in the
Telegraph, but we apologize if
some feel that blame was
implied.


ST. LEO
Continued from page3B

adult students who work full
time and/or who have families
by offering courses in the
evening. The university's goal,
she said, is to make education
within reach for more people.
"Education opens a lot of
doors," Harden said. "We
really believe in having an
opportunity for as many
students as possible."
Saint Leo is a private
university, so tuition is higher
than at a public university, but
Harden said financial
assistance is available.
For more information, please
call (904) 562-9187. Harden
may also be reached at the
Andrews Center at (904) 964-
5382. Prospective students
may also visit the Web site
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Oct. 9, 2008 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 5B


Jv Indians trying

B for third straight

r L .i.-. ia undefeated season


Bradford Middle School enters the Suwannee Middle Crawford, (back, I-r) assistant coach Samantha
School Athletic Conference tournament with a 14-0 Harmon, Sonya Thornton, Morgan Green, Brittney Hall,
record. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Juanita Carter, Lainie Skyler Feltner, Nicole Jenkins, Lakia Bright, Jaquiesha
Rodgers, Mackenzie Gualt, Jaci Atkinson, Taylor Williams and head coach Eric Verunac.


'Canes take perfect mark into tourney


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford Middle School
enters the Suwannee Middle
School Athletic Conference
tournament with a perfect
record after defeating
Williston Oct. 6.
The Hurricanes (14-0) will
play in the conference
semifinals Monday, Oct. 13,
at Lake Butler Middle School.
If they win, they will play for
the conference championship
Thursday, Oct. 16, in
Chiefland.


Bradford settled for second
place in the conference. last
season, but that team had four
losses during the regular
season.
Four eighth-graders who
return from last year's team
have provided a solid nucleus,
but coach Eric Verunac said
eighth-graders new to the sport
have been big contributors, as
well, along with one returning
seventh-grader and three sixth-
graders.
If nothing else, the
Hurricanes have proven to be a


II


resilient group, having come
out ahead in three tie-breakers
to maintain their perfect
record. Verunac said when the
chips are down, the players
seem to play harder.
"This year's team plays with
a lot of heart," he said. "They
just seem to rise to the
challenge."
The four returning eighth-
graders are Lakia Bright,
Juanita Carter, Brittney Hall
and Nicole Jenkins. All have
made improvements from last
year, Verunac said. Bright and


I-


Hall have great serves, he said.
Bright has mastered a jump
serve, while Hall's serve has
so much power her nickname
is "Fireball."
Jenkins' play at the net has
improved to where she's
spiking and blocking, things
she did not always do last year,
Verunac said. As for Carter,
Verunac said she just plays
harder than anybody else, and
she wants to stay on the floor
and contribute.
See 'CANES, p. 10B


EIE


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Lantz Lowery, the head
coach of the Keystone Heights
junior varsity football team,
would've looked at you as if
you were crazy if you had
suggested his team could
defeat a Yulee team loaded
with athletes who run a spread
offense by scoring just 14
points. Crazier still would be if
you had mentioned the Indians
would turn the ball over four
times.
Yet when time expired in the
Oct. 2 game, the Indians stood
victorious yet again by a score
of 14-0."'It was the perfect
example of how things have
gone for Keystone this year-
the offense leaves points on
the field by committing
turnovers and getting flagged
at inopportune times, but a
stout defensive effort allows
the team to prevail.
"Somehow the defense steps
up when it has to step up,"
Lowery said. "We've been
fortunate."
The Indians have gone
undefeated the past two
seasons and improved to 4-0
this season with the win over
Yulee. It has not been easy,
though. The offense has scored
just 46 points, with its 14-point
total against Yulee tying a
season high. Keystone wasted
two scoring opportunities
inside the 10-yard line against
Yulee, fumbling the ball away


once and turning the ball over
on downs on another
possession. Lowery said his
team should've had at least 28
points.
Yet Yulee had just one
serious scoring threat, gaining
a first down at the Keystone 20
in the third quarter. The
Indians, though, would force
the Hornets to turn the ball
over on downs.
Defensively, the Indians
have allowed a total of six
points this season. Lowery said
the biggest reason for the
team's success is that the
players listen to defensive
coordinator Mike Hartley and
do what he says.
"We don't get caught in the
wrong defense," Lowery said.
Some of the key players, he
said, on the defensive side of
the ball are Evan Harvey,
Weston Jones, Chase Julius,
Zach Lambert and Mike
McRee, but Lowery said he
could just as easily name every
player. ,
Lambert, an inside
linebacker, is the best player
on the team, Lowery said,
adding that Lambert would be
a starter on the varsity team if
he was 15 pounds heavier.
Lowery said Lambert, the
team's leading tackler,
possesses good speed, likes to
hit and is smart.
"He calls our defenses,"
See INDIANS, p. 10B


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OBITUARIES


Dustin Marr

Dustin.Marr
STARKE-Dustin "Dusty"
Marr, 22, of Starke died
Wednesday, Oct. 1,2008.
Born in Gainesville, Mr. Marr
was the son of Jackie Lee Marr
and Rhonda Hinson Marr. He was
a lifelong resident of Bradford
County and attended Sampson
City Church of God. Mr. Marr
was an avid bow hunter and loved
working on mud trucks and mud
bogging. He was a great father and
husband who loved spending time
with his daughter most of all.
Survivors include his wife,
Christina Marr; his daughter
Kailey Marr; his parents Jackie
and Rhonda Marr and his
grandparents, Wayne and Barbara
Hinson. Dustin was preceded in
death by his grandmother Donna
Marr; his great-grandmothers
Bertha Pentecost and Minnie
Johns and great-grandfathers
Pledger Johns and Henry Hinson.
Funeral services for Dustin
were held Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008
at 3 p.m. at Sampson City Church
of God with Brother Gene Bass
officiating. The family received
friends from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Oct.
3, at the church. Arrangements
were under the care and direction
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services, Starke, FL.
PAID OBITUARY

Everett Padgett
HAWTHORNE-Everett M.
Padgett Sr., 84, of Hawthorne died
Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008.
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of Gainesville, Janice Griffis
(C.B.) and Everett "Marty"
Padgett (Glenda), all of Starke,
Gregory Padgett (Judy), Dana
Padgett (Pam) and Kary Padgett,
all of Hawthorne, and Roy
"Benjie" Padgett of Jacksonville;
two sisters, Cora Hilliard and
Virginia Bleasdale; 20
grandchildren and 11 great-
grandchildren. Mr. Padgett was
preceded in death by his wife,
Mary Kathryn Padgett; brothers
Lloyd, Coleman, Abril "AZ" and
Dewitt Padgett; a sister, Orene and
a great-granddaughter, Alyssa
Camille.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Oct. 4, 20008, at 11 a.m.'
at Bayless Highway Baptist
Church, Starke, with Brother
James Parrish officiating. Burial
was in Dedan Cemetery in
Brooker under the care and
direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services, Starke, FL. The
family received friends on Friday,
October 3, 2008, from 6-8 p.m. at
Archie Tanner Funeral Home.
PAID OBITUARY

Mary Davison
BROOKER-Mary Colleen.
Davison, 53, of Brooker, died
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008, in
Gainesville, following a long
illness.
Born in Pinehurst, N.C., Mrs.
Davison moved to Brooker from
Gainesville. She was a member of
St. Patrick's Catholic Church and
a graduate of the University of
Florida.
Survivors include her husband,
Pat Davison; three children,
Caitlin Rose, Rosemary Christine,
and William Lawrence; her
mother, Catherine; sisters Deborah
and Patricia; and a brother, David.
A Mass of Christian Burial for
Mrs. Davison was held Saturday,
Oct. 3, 2008 at St. Patrick's
Catholic Church of Gainesville
with Father Roland Julien
conducting the services. Burial
was in Gainesville under the
direction of Williams-Thomas
Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to St.
Patrick's Church Building Fund,
500 N.E. 16Th Avenue,
Gainesville, FL 32601.


Iris Brewer
STARKE-Iris Vivian Brewer,
90, of Starke died Saturday, Oct.
4, 2008.
Born in Portland, Ore., Mrs.
Brewer was the daughter of John
Deardoff and Lillian Best
Deardoff. She was a resident of
Starke for the past six years and
was a homemaker. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
John Henry Brewer.
Survivors include her four
children, Larry John Brewer of
Palm Springs, Calif., Vivian
Browden of Starke, Eddie Dean
Brewer and Freddie Gene Brewer
of Lebanon, Mo.; three sisters, her
twin Lilly Brewer, Daisy Fuson
and Marge Nordahl; a brother,
Pete Deardoff, nine grandchildren
and 18 great-grandchildren.
Local arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.

Leo DeSue Jr.
STARKE-Leo DeSue Jr., 70, of
Starke died Wednesday, Oct. 1,
2008 at Bradford Terrace Nursing
Home of Starke following an
extended illness.
Born in Starke, Mr. DeSue was
a lifelong resident and was a
member of Pleasant Grove United
Methodist Church.
Survivors of Mr. DeSue include
his companion, Dorothy H.
Parrish of Hampton; his children,
Emelene D. Wright, Martha J.
Desue, Ronnie Risby, Donnie
Risby, Roosevelt Risby, Connie
Desue, and Ola Desue, all of
Starke; stepsons Curtis Shell,
Avery Schell and David Frazier;
26 grandchildren, 12 great-
grandchildren; a brother damon
Desue Sr. of Hawthorne; sisters
Lydia D. Pittman, Marzie D.
Jenkins, Issibelle D. Smith, Irene
D. Kelly, and Rosa Desue.
Funeral services for Mr. Desue
will be held in the Desue
Cemetery, Starke, under the
direction of Haile Funeral Home.
Visitation will be Friday, Oct. 10,
with family hour 2-3 p.m.; friends
3-8 p.m. and one hour prior to
services on Saturday.


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JACKSONVILLE-Lucille
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Gene Stewart
STARKE-Bowman "Gene"
Stewart, 67, of Starke died
suddenly Friday, Oct. 3, 2008 at
Shands Starke.
Born in Americus, Ga., Mr.
Stewart was the son of Eugene
and Elizabeth Smith Stewart. He
moved to Starke in 1982 from
Georgia, retiring from the United
States Navy as a Master Chief
Petty Officer. He was of the
Baptist faith.
Survivors include his wife of 41
years, Patricia Kelley Stewart; a
daughter and son-in-law, Sheila
and Darren Evans and a son,
Kelley Stewart, all of Starke; a
brother, William "W.L." Stewart
of Americus, Ga.; and two
grandchildren, Easton and Logan
Evans.
Funeral services will be private
at a later date. Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home is in charge of
arrangements.
PAID OBITUARY


Rodney King Sr
STARKE-Rodney Wesley
(R.W.) King Sr. died Monday,
Oct. 6, 2008 at Shands AGH in
Gainesville following an extended
illness.
Born in Auburndale, Mr. King
lived most of his life in Starke. He
was the son of Albert Wesley
King and Ida Elaine Hodge King.
Mr. King was a retired
classification officer from
Reception Medical Center Dept.
of Corrections in Lake Butler. Mr.
King was preceded in death by his
son, Rodney W. King Jr. He was a
member of the First Baptist
Church of Starke.
Survivors include his wife,
Karen Parrish King; a son, Ricky
Michael King and a grandson, all
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Allean Moore
STARKE-Allean Moore, 100,
of Starke died Tuesday, Sept. 30,
2008.
Born and raised in Bradford
County, Mrs. Moore was the
daughter of Robert Haislop and
Ella Sapp Haislop. She lived in
Hillsboro County for many years
before returning to Bradford
County in 1970. Mrs. Moore was
of the Baptist faith. She was loved
by everyone and helped her sister,
the late Louise Ward, who was
known as the Christmas Lady,
decorate her home on the corner
of Pratt Street and Orange Street
every year for many years.
Survivors include her nieces,
Nita Dobbs and Joyce Ward, both
of Starke, Doris Johnston of
Seattle, Wash.; and Judy Griggs
and Kay Garver, both of
Jacksonville. She leaves five
grandchildren, 11 great-
grandchildren and three great-
great-grandchildren and many
great nieces and nephews. Mrs.
Moore was preceded in death by
her husband, Claude Moore; her
children, Preston (Jr.) Fillmon,
Ralph (Tinky) Fillmon; a brother,
Fred Haislop and sisters Inez
Kelly, Louise Ward and Reba
Crosby.
Funeral services were held
Friday, Oct. 3, 2008 at 3 p.m. at
the Archie Tanner Funeral Home
Chapel with Pastor Donnie Lott
officiating. The family received
friends Friday, Oct. 3, 2008, at 2
p.m., one hour prior to services.
Arrangements were under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services, Starke, Fl.
PAID OBITUARY

Howard Flynn
MELROSE-Howard Lee
Flynn, 94, of Melrose died
Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008 at Shands
Starke.
Mr. Flynn moved to Melrose 12
years ago from Walland, Tenn.
after spending winters here for
many years with friends. He
worked for Alcoa Aluminum
Company for 47 years, retiring in
1977. Mr. Flynn attended senior
men's Sunday school. classes at
Eliam Baptist Church and enjoyed
gardening and raising Chinese
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daughter-in-law, 'Skip and Tina
Flynn of Melrose; two
grandchildren .and four great-
grandchildren. He is also'survived
by his lifetime friends, the Truman
Perry family.
Funeral services were held
Saturday, Oct. 4, at Moring
Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
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Born in Chicago; Ill., Mr.
Nelson was the son of Herbert A.
Nelson and Mary Louise Ryan
Nelson.
Mr. Nelson grew up in the
Keystone Heights area and
received his BA degree from the
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served in the U.S. Navy Reserves
and retired as a sales agent in real
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and enjoyed fishing, duck hunting,
and was an avid golfer. Mr.
Nelson also was a member of Am
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Ryan Nelson of Texas and Byron
Nelson of Gainesville; his step-
mother, Lola Nelson of
Gainesville; a sister Suzanne
Szymanski of Wilmington, Dela..
Mr. Nelson was preceded in death
by a sister, Mary-Lu Hartman.
Funeral services for Mr. Nelson
were held Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008,
in the Chapel at Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that
contributions be made to Haven
Hospice, 4200 NW 90'i Blvd.,
Gainesville, FL 32606.

R.J. Ridaught
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Roderick Jennings "R.J."
Ridaught II died Thursday, Oct. 2,
2008 at his home.
Born in Johnson, Mr. Ricaught
moved to Keystone Heights five
years ago from Jacksonville. He
was a retired police lieutenant for
U.N.F. and also previously served
as a Florida Highway Patrol state
trooper. Mr. Ridaught was a
salesman for Starke Ford, an avid
Gator fan and was of the Baptist
faith.
Survivors of Mr. Ridaught
include his children, Ray Ridaught
of Callahan, Jeannie Allen of
Hilliard, Michael Ridaught of
Keystone Heights, Rod Ridaught
of St. Augustine and Mark
Ridaught of Jacksonville; a sister,
Ann Ridaught of Tallahassee; six
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Ridaught were held Monday, Oct.
6, in the Chapel at Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home with
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Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

John Vaughn
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-John
L. Vaughn 84, of Keystone
Heights died Wednesday, Oct. 1,
2008 at E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
Born in Charleston, W.Va., Mr.
Vaughn was the son. of John L.
and Rosabelie Vaughn. He moved
to Keystone Heights in 1979 from
Gainesville and was a member of
the Keystone Heights United
Methodist Church and Masonic
Lodge. Before retiring, Mr.
Vaughn worked for the U.S.
government as an auditor and
served in the U.S. Navy.
Survivors of Mr. Vaughn
include his wife of 54 years, Joan
Vaughn; a son, Thomas (Salina)
Vaughn of Hawaii and six
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held
Wednesday, Oct. 8, at 11:00 am.
in the Keystone United Methodist
Church with Pastor Don Corbitt
officiating. Burial was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery. 'In
lieu of flowers, the family requests
donations be made to the Lake
Area Ministries, P.O. Box 1385,
Keystone Heights, FL 32656.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

John Todd Sr.
LAKE BUTLER-John Charles
Todd Sr., 60, of Lake Butler died
Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2008, at his
home following an extended
illness.
Born in Worthington Springs,
Mr. Todd lived in Union County
all his life. He was a truck driver
and a member of the Baptist faith.
He was preceded in death by his
father, Lois Todd.
Survivors include his wife, Tina
Phillips Todd of Lake Butler;
three sons and their spouses, John
C. Todd Jr. (Loretta) and Justin C.
Todd (Sara) all of Lake Butler and
James Todd (Elizabeth) of Live
Oak; his mother, Frances W. Todd
of Lake Butler; a sister, Velma
Jean Thomas of Lake Butler; two
brothers, Gerald "Spook" Todd of
Lake Butler and Melvin Todd of
Lacrosse and three grandchildren.


Funeral services were held
Monday, Oct. 6, 2008 in the
Chapel at Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler with the Rev. Terry
Elixson officiating with cremation
following, under the care of
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Jan. 5, 1935-0ct.9, 1998
A golden heart stopped
beating, hard-working
hands at rest; God broke
our hearts to prove He
only takes the best. It's
lonesome here without
you; we miss you more
each diy. Life doesn 't
seem the same since
you 've gone away. When
days are sad and lonely
and everything goes
wrong, we seem to hear
you whisper, "Cheer up
and carry on. Each time
we see ybur picture, you
seem to smile and say,
"Don't cry; I'm in God's
keeping, we 'l meet again
someday. "
We love and miss you
dearly!
Your Wife, Harridelle;
Your Mother, Florence;
and Your Children


We, the family of the late
Sidney Williams Sr
would like to thank you
for your calls, floral
tributes, prayers, visits
and all acts of kindness
shown during the demise
of our loved one. We are
grateful to be part of
such a caring
community.
The Williams Family

Happy Birthday
Sidney Sr.
October 9, 2008


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&i '' i"-LEFT: Jaydin Alvarez.
| ,., ABOVE: Dustin Homer
Jr.

Families give birth to

cousins Aug. 29, Sept. 9


James and Mary Crawford

Crawfords celebrate

50th anniversary


James and Mary Crawford
celebrated their 50h wedding
anniversary at the Starke
Woman's Club Saturday, Sept.
27, 2008. The location was a
very special one in that it was
the site of their very first date.
The couple enjoyed a sit-
down candlelight dinner with
over 50 family members and
friends. Special words were
given by their pastor, Dr.
Rodney Coe; their good friend
Laura Theus and their
granddaughter, Amanda


Stevenson.
SSon-in-law Martin Seay and
Adam Stevenson entertained
'the guests with a special song.
The Crawfords were married
in Starke September 27, 1958.
Following their retirement
from the Army after 30 years
of service, the couple returned
home to Starke.
The couple's daughter,
Joella Seay and
granddaughters Emily Seay
and Amanda Stevenson,
planned the occasion.


Jimmy and Martha Sue Dyal

Dyals celebrate

50th anniversary
41


Jimmy ana Manira Sue
Dyal, who were married Sept.
12 1958, were'honored with a
50 anniversary dinner party
Friday, Sept. 12, 2008. The
celebration was held at the
Starke Golf and Country .Club
and was given by their
children, Terri and Larry
Paterson and Eddie and
Rhonda Dyal.
The club was decorated
entirely in gold and white
lights. The tables were
centered with gold candles
surrounded by confetti made of
the couple's original wedding


pictures. The cake was a three-
tiered white fondant wedding
cake decorated with 'gold
ribbon and gold dust and was
topped with a gold and
rhinestone "50". The cake was
made and decorated by the
couple's granddaughter, Hope
Davis.
The dinner was catered by
Cooter Bob's Catering of
Starke. Approximately 100
guests enjoyed the celebration
including the best man, maid
of honor and many friends and
family from out of state.


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announce the birth of their
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Keystone Heights and Randy
Alvarez of Starke. Paternal
great grandparents are Don and
Dot Denton of Keystone
Heights and Owen and Julia
Alvarez of Starke.


Elias Feagle
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the birth of their son, Elias
Cooper Feagle, born Sept. 22,
2008, at 8:21 a.m. in
Gainesville at Shands UF. He
weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces
and was 20 34 inches in length.
Elias joins an older brother,
Landin.
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Dustin Ziek
Homer Jr.
Dustin Ziek Homer Sr. and
Tamara Lynn Waters of
Keystone Heights announce
the birth of their son, Dustin
Ziek Homer Jr., born Aug. 29,
2008, in Gainesville. He
weighed 6 pounds and 14
ounces and was 191/2 inches
in length.
Maternal grandparents are
Kenneth and Mary Waters Sr.
of Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Tammy Denton of Keystone
Heights., Paternal great-
grandparents are Don and Dot
Denton, also of Keystone
Heights.
Jaydin Alvarez and Dustin
Homer are second cousins.


Jack and Vickie Moran of
Hampton. Maternal great-
grandparents are Lester and
Betty Dawkins of Homestead
and the late Don and Betty
Guthrie, also of Homestead.
Paternal grandparents are
Joe and Dibble Feagle of
Keystone Heights. Paternal
great-grandparents are Virginia
Bleasdale of Keystone Heights
and the late James Feagle of
Alachua.


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Anderson,
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Erica Lynn Anderson and
Carl J. Mitchell, both of
Lawtey, announce their
upcoming marriage, set for
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of Lamar and Terry
Anderson'of Lawtey. She is a
graduate of Bradford High
School and is employed by
Shands Medical Group. Ms.
Anderson is also a member of
Madison Street Baptist
Church, Starke.
The groom-to-be is the son
of Carl Mitchell Sr. and Debra
Mitchell of Keystone Heights.
He is a graduate of Keystone
Heights High School and is
employed by West Frazier.
The wedding will be a
private ceremony Oct. 25, with
a reception following at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
at 6:30 p.m.
Following the wedding, the
couple will reside in Lawtey.

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Etheridge,
Tomlinson
to wed Oct. 18
Jamie Etheridge, daughter of
Steve and Debbie Ethqridge,
and Matt Tomlinson, son of
Marvir and Diane Tomlinson,
all of Lake Butler, announce
their upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is a Union
County High School graduate
of the class of 2002; a 2007
graduate of Lake City
Community College and is
employed by The Health
Center of Lake City as an
LPN. She is also a member of
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler.
The groom-elect is a 1997
graduate of the class of Union
County High School and is a
member of First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler.
The wedding is planned for
Saturday, Oct. 18, 2008, in the
First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler with a reception to
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Church to
celebrate
Pastor's
Anniversary
Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford will be
celebrating Pastor Henry and
Sister Jackie Ortiz's first
pastor's anniversary Sunday,
Oct. 19, 2008, at 11 a.m. and
3:30 p.m.
Associate pastor, James
Parrish of Grace Baptist
Church of Starke, will be the
morning speaker. Pastor Alvin
Greene and the St. Paul
Missionary Baptist Church of
Winfield, Lake City, will be in
charge of the 3:30 p.m.
service.
Directions to the church are
Hwy. 100 through Lake Butler,
turn left at CVS Drug
Store/Hardees onto S.R. 121
North and travel
approximately five miles.
Magnolia Baptist Church is on
the right.

Griffis reunion
set for Oct. 18
Descendents of Westberry
Griffis (1835-1905) and
successive wives, Penny
Padgett Griffis, Eliza
Wilkerson Griffis and Laura
Blitch Griffis, will hold a
family reunion Saturday, Oct.
18, 2008, at Evergreen Baptist
Church, Hwy. 125, Lawtey,
from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please bring a covered dish.
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will be provided.
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Brooker Elementary's
annual PTO Fall Festival will
be held Saturday, October 18
at the school. The parade will
begin at 4:30 p.m. All
participants should meet at
Loven' and Learning Day Care
at 4 p.m.
The Festival will begin at 5
p.m. Come and enjoy food
from the concession stand,
Bingo, Kid's booths, cake
walk, train, pony rides, hay
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card); evenings out gift
certificates ($50 each to
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Fridays.
For more information, call
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1812 or 904-966-6887.


BHS Class of
'78 planning
class reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1978 is planning its
30th reunion. Dates are Oct. 31
and Nov. 1 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(@vahoo.conm.


Swine
Association
meets Oct. 13
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet Monday,
Oct. 13, at 7 p.m. in Lake
Butler at the elementary
school.
The meeting is for
registration,
All meetings are mandatory.


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IKystone's Chase Julius (Ta, .ert) prepares to tackle a Yulee ball carrier.
ISNIADN Yulee. The defense
The reason for Jolley's early in the wii
success is not so hard to The Hornets did
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SLowery said. "He gets us lined
up correctly."
As tough as the defense has
been this season, one thing it
has not done is create
turnovers. In fact, the team had
its first turnovers of the season
against Yulee when Julius
intercepted a pass and Jones
recovered a fumble.
Overall, the defense relies
on quite a few freshmen,
including both starting safeties
and one starting corner.
Lowery said he has played
more freshmen this year than
he has in the past.
"That's not what I like to
do," he said, "but the little
dogs can hunt."
There is minimal
substitution on defense, which
contrasts greatly with the
offensive side of the ball. The
team's offensive backfield, for
example, has three players
who fill the fullback position,
while' nine fill the two running
back positions.
Most of the backs are
starters on defense, so the
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them fresh, Lowery said. He
wants his best 11 defensive
players to be able to play every
down on that side of the ball.
The offensive line, though it
has three freshmen in the
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good job of blocking, Lowery
said. The key player, he said,
is left tackle Tyler Jolley, who
is the best lineman Lowery has
coached in a while. Jolley
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with a 12-6 win over Bradford.
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and Union 6-0 prior to
defeating Yulee Oct. 2.


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an 8-yard run by Robert
Rossano set up first-and-goal
at the 10. The Indians would
fumble the ball, however, with
Yulee recovering.
Late in the second quarter,
the Indians were poised for a
first-and-goal at the 9 after a
weaving, 13-yard run by
Lambert, but a personal foul at
the conclusion of the play
backed the Indians up to the
24. The next play, however,
saw quarterback RJ. Buxton
find Howell in the end zone for
a touchdown and a 6-0 lead 11
seconds before halftime.
Keystone fumbled the ball
away on its first possession of
the second half. Yulee drove to
the Keystone 20 before
eventually turning the ball over
on downs.
Lambert gave the Indians
their second score when he
scored on a 12-yard run with
3:01 to play in the third
quarter. Buxton's run on the
two-point conversion capped
the scoring.
Yulee did try to drive
downfield and get a score
before the game ended. A 24-
yard pass play put the Hornets
at the Keystone 39, while a 7-
yard run later gave Yulee a
first down at the 27. The game
would end, though, when
McRee sacked the quarterback
and forced a fumble.
Lowery would like to see his
team eliminate some of the
mistakes that have plagued it
all 'season long. The Indians'
next three games are against
West Nassau, Fort White and
Clay. All three teams could
beat Keystone, Lowery said.
Still, Lowery preaches to his
players every day in practice
that have to forget their
mistakes and move on.
They've gotten that message
so far as nothing seems to
bother them.
"It's a bunch of squirrely
kids who don't seem to get too
rattled by anything," Lowery
said.
The Indians' remaining
schedule is: Oct. 9, at West
Nassau; Oct. 16, Fort White;
Oct. 23, at Clay; Oct. 30,
Interlachen. All games are
scheduled for 7 p.m.


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"She gets mad at me when I
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The team's other eighth-
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Morgan Green, Sonya
Thornton and Jaqueshia
Williams.
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example of a gym rat, Verunac
said. She is always working on
the court to try to improve her
game.
Sixth-graders who joined the


team this year are Jaci
Atkinson, Taylor Crawford
and Lainie Rodgers. They are
an impressive group, Verunac
said.
"They've really picked this
game up," he said.
Verunac admitted that he felt
this year's team would be
good, but he never would've
envisioned a chance at going
through the season undefeated.
"It's a welcome surprise," he
said.
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The defense made the
adjustments it had to, but
offensively, the Bradford
football team could' not take
full advantage of its
opportunities at the end of the
game, losing 16-8 to visiting
West Nassau in a District 3-2A
matchup on Oct. 3.
West 'Nassau, taking
advantage of a safety and a
lo9g return.on the ensuing free
kiclk,scored all of its points in
the first quarter. The Warriors
gained' .,18. yards in the
quarter but were held to 83 the
rest of, thegame.
Bradiord, head coach Steve
Hoard said the defense had to
make an adjustment as West
Nassau almost exclusively ran
the ball, which has not been its
tendency this year. The
Warriors attempted just three
passes.
The Tornadoes (1-3, 1-1) did
make the adjustment, putting
together a second half in which
they held the Warriors to 49
yards and two first downs, as
well as forcing two turnovers.


However, Bradford's
offense only managed one
score despite driving inside the
West Nassau 25 three times in
the second half. That included
one drive in which the
Tornadoes had a first down at
the West Nassau 17 before
turning the ball over on downs
at the 26.
"We should've won that
game, I feel like," Hoard said.
It was a fast start for West
Nassau (2-3, 1-1), which took
the opening kickoff and
marched 69 yards for a score.
Bradford's Gerald Goodman
dropped running back Jamal
Jones for no gain on the first
play from scrimmage, but
Jones followed that up with a
10-yard run to pick up the first
of nine first-half first downs
for the Warriors.
A pass proved to be one of
the drive's biggest plays as
quarterback Robbie Hern
hooked up with Garrett
Hammett for a 33-yard gain to
the Bradford 14. From there,
the Warriors ran the ball five
straight times before. Hern
scored on a quarterback sneak


Oct. 9, ?" GRAPH, IhVi.i- & MONITI.. -B-SECTION Page 11B
11 .


Indians lose heartbreaker


in overtime to Fernandina


Union County
running back
Najeeb Smith
sprints ahead
of the Santa Fe
defense for an
85-yard
touchdown in
the second '
quarter of the '
Tigers' 49-22
win. ~.


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Tigers run their way to


49-22 win over Santa F


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Deven Perry, fresh off of a
standout effort in a loss to
Newberry Sept. 26, turned in
another strong performance,
but.this time he got plenty of
help from, backfield mates
Najeeb Smith and Justin Tyson
in the Union County football
team's 49-22 win over visiting
Santa Fe Oct. 3.
Perry, who rushed for 188
yards against Newberry,
gained 131 yards on 15 carries
against Santa Fe, scoring three
touchdowns in the process. He
was just one of three backs
who eclipsed the 100-yard
mark for Union. Smith led all
rushers with 142 yards and two
touchdowns on 10 carries,
while Tyson added 108 yards
and a touchdown on seven
carries.
The trio helped power the
Tigers (3-2) to their third win,
which equals their win total
from last season.
Lane Presnell's 14-yard
touchdown reception from
Frank Sneak pulled the, Raiders


(1-4) within 22-14 in the
'second quarter, which is how
the score stood at the half.
Union pulled away with
three touchdowns in the third
quarter, while its defense
pitched a shutout. Perry got the
scoring started with a 1-yard
touchdown run-the only
Tigers' score that didn't cover
at least 26 yards.
Special teams got into the
act when Adam Cason
returned a punt 70 yards for a
score that put the Tigers up 36-
14.
The last score of the quarter
was a 61-yard touchdown run
by Tyson.
It was a game of long runs.
Perry, besides his I-yard score,
found the end zone on runs of
26 and 43 yards, while Smith
had the longest score of the
,night-an 85-yard run in the
second quarter.
Smith capped the scoring in
the game with a 42-yard
touchdown run in the final
period.
For the game, the Tigers
rushed for 402 yards,


averaging 12 yards per

Score By Quarter
SFHS 0 14 0
UCHS 7 15 21
Scoring Summary
U: Perry 43 run (Jernig
U: Perry 26 run (Jernig
S: Jenkins 20 pas
Snead (kick)
U: Smith 85 run (Simr
S: 'Presnell 14 pas
Snead (kick)
U: Perry 1 run (Jerniga
U: Cason 70 punt
(Jernigan kick)
U: Tyson 61 run
kick)
S: Schaefer 6 pas
Snead(Snead run)
U: Smith 42 run (kick fE

Team Statistics
SF
First Downs 13
Rushep/Yds34-198
Passing Yds. 124
Passes 7-18-0
Fumbles-Lost 1-1
Penalties 7-46


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BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


Missed opportunities and
mistakes negated a big
offensive performance from
the Keystone Heights football
team, which lost 20-17'in
overtime to visiting
Fernandina Beach on Oct. 3.
The loss, which dropped the
Indians (1-3) to 1-1 in District
3-2A, occurred despite almost
400 yards from the offense.
"We had a punt blocked, we
missed a crucial field goal and
were stopped at the 1-yard line
after driving 98 yards-just
too many missed
opportunities," Keystone 'head
coach Chuck Dickinson said.
, fi, That crucial field goal
occurred in overtime. The
Pirates (3-2, 1-1 in District 3)
got the ball first and kicked a
27-yard field goal to go up 20-
17. The Indians, when it came
I to their turn to try to score,
Shurt themselves with two
penalties. That forced them to
settle for tying the game on a
carry. 27-yard field goal attempt by
Tim Frysinger. Frysinger
kicked a 26-yarder with 43
seconds remaining in
6-49 regulation to force overtime,
but he missed wide on his
attempt in overtime.
g kKeystone' also suffered a
gan kick) couple of key injuries in the
an kic) game. Running back Marcel
's from Robinson left the game late in
S the first half with an injured
onsrun) ankle, while quarterback
ss from Brantley Lott suffered a
possible broken collarbone in
in kick) the third quarter. Lott is
return expected to be out four to six
weeks. -
Jernigan "It was just a lot of little
3s from things'going wrong that added
up to a loss," Dickinson said.
aiThe Indians drew blood first
ailed) when they drove 90 yards
behind the running, as well as
pass receiving, of Robinson
UC and fellow back Thomas
12 Ricketts. A costly 15-yard
34-402 chop-block infraction against
30. the Pirates put the ball 10
2-6-1 yards from their own end zone.
1-0 Robinson carried it in from
7-38 there with 1:05 to go in the
first quarter.
Keystone took possession
again when defensive back
r Ryan Latner picked off a pass,
NO giving the Indians theall on-
their "tsWr std-"of-
capitalizing on the turnover,
however; the Indians coughed
up the ball on their third play
Iut West from scrimmage, and the
:09 mark Pirates took possession on
their own 38.
)rd's first Helped along by an
a three- unsportsmanlike conduct call
on the against the Indians,
'er Tyler Fernandina Beach drove the
into the ball down to Keystone's 8.
Warriors From there, quarterback
Emory Wingard, on a keeper,
ensuing found daylight and looked like
e ball 27 he would cake walk into end
d 37. A zone, but Zak Davis jarred the
ck David ball loose before Wingard
rs a first crossed the goal line. The
.holding Indians recovered the ball on
them up the 1-yard line.
though, With their backs to the wall,
on a run the Indians, again mostly
his own behind the rushing of Ricketts
h three and Robinson, drove the ball
opening 98 yards to the Fernandina 1-
'rescott's yard line. There, the Indians
wo-point felt the same pain the Pirates
irriors up experienced on the series'
before, coming so near yet so
Thomas far, when the Fernandina
Tho as... -


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when he
:koff 29
issau 47.

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possession at tne Keystone 47.
Behind the running of Kimble,
they moved the ball to the 12,
where they were forced to
settle for a 29-yard field goal.
The Pirates, for the first time,
took the lead, at 17-14, with
6:46 remaining in the game.
With the final minutes
ticking down, Keystone began
a drive from their opponents'
45 and, with a crucial
reception by Westberry and the
rushing of Davis, moved the
ball to the 9 to set up
Frysigner's game-tying kick.
When it was all said and
done, the Indians outgained the
*Pirates 391-246, while the
defense forced three turnovers.
"With all that, though, it's
disappointing and frustrating
that we couldn't get the game
won," Dickinson said. "We let
it slip away."


defense stopped them on tour
plays.
Just before the half ended,
Keystone missed another
chance to add points to the
board when a 37-yard field-
goal attempt went astray.
When the Indians were
forced three-and-out on their
first series of the second half, a
defender blocked the punt,
and, after the scramble for the
loose ball, Fernandina Beach
recovered it on Keystone's 20.
Four plays later, Pirates
receiver Dominick Jones
gathered in a 9-yard
touchdown pass to tie the score
at 7-all with 6:57 remaining in
the third quarter.
The Indians, on the ensuing
series, took over on their own
35 and, after back-to-back
receptions by Travis
Westberry and Ricketts,
moved the ball 29 yards to the
Fernandina 36. From there,
Lott lofted a pass that Davis
nabbed with a spectacular
corkscrew leap at the 1-yard
line. From there, Ricketts did
the honors, toting the ball
across the goal line at the 4:06
mark of the third quarter for a
14-7 lead.
Determined to even things
up, the Pirates commenced a
90-yard drive from their own
10. Unleashing dogged
running back Tahj Kimble,
who chewed up huge chunks
of Keystone turf, the Pirates
once again knotted the score
when Kimble took a short
safety-valve pass from
Wingard and took it 26 yards
for a touchdown, 'with 11:45
left in the fourth quarter.
The Pirates, quickly shutting
down Keystone's next
offensive effort, took


10 3-20
3 0-:17


Scoring Summary
K: Robinson 10 run (Frysinger
kick)
F: Jones 9 pass from Wingard
(Shaw kick)
K: Ricketts 1 run (Frysinger
kick)
F: Kimble 26 pass from
Wingard (Shaw kick)
F: Shaw 29 FG
K: Frysinger 26 FG
F: Shaw 27 FG


Team Statistics
FB
First Downs 13
Rushes/Yds. 29-114
Passing Yds. 132
Passes 9-21-2
Fumbles-Lost 1-1
Penalties 6-51


K
20
46-199
192
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
This Friday, Oct. '10,
Bradford will become the next
team to try to put a stop to a
seemingly endless streak when
the Bolles Bulldogs visit
Starke for a 7:30 p.m. District
3-2A game.
Bolles, a winner of three
state championships over the
past six years, has gone
undefeated in district play 15
straight years. Since the
districts were realigned in
2005, Bolles has had little
trouble with Bradford and
every other team in District 3.
The average score for Bolles in
those district games the last
three years was 50-7. The
Bulldogs' smallest margin of
victory was 31 points in a 31-0
win over West Nassau last
year.
.Oct. 7, 2005, was the last'
time Bolles lost a regular
season game. The Bulldogs
have gone 97-11 the last eight
seasons, winning state
championships in Class 2A in
2002 and 2006 and in Class 3A


and punted after three plays. A
short kick gave Bradford the
ball at the West Nassau 32.
Three plays later, the
Tornadoes had the ball at the
17 after a 14-yard reception by
Rodney Mosley. A penalty on
West Nassau moved the ball to
the 12, but Goodman was
tackled for a loss of 2 yards
before a bad snap in shotgun
formation resulted in a loss of
12 yards, Bradford eventually
turned the ball over on downs.
The Warriors picked up their
first first down- of the second
half on the ensuing drive, but
later fumbled the ball, which
was recovered by Bradford's
Terrence Slocum at the West
Nassau 40. Adrian Mosley's
17-yard run on the first play
following the change of
possession put the Tornadoes
at the 23, but a penalty, a loss
of a yard on a running play and
three straight incompletions
ended the promising series.
Bradford's defense created
another opportunity when
Harris recovered another
Warriors fumble. That gave
the Tornadoes the ball at their
,own43 with 7:16 to'play.
It was only fitting that the
player who recovered the
fumble would find the end
zone for Bradford: Harris
gained a first down on a 16-
yard reception before later


in 2004. They were runners-up
in Class 3A in 2003 and in
Class 2A in 2005 and last year
The Bulldogs (4-0) have
played -two district opponents
so far this year, defeating
Ribault 47-3 and Yulee .63-3
(their other two victories were
42-32 over Archbishop Carroll
and 21-13 over American
Heritage). In those two games,
Bolles has averaged 510 yards
of offense, while its defense
has yielded 136 yards per
game.
It is the rushing game that
powers Bolles' offense. The
Bulldogs have averaged 325
yards per game on the ground
with backs Stephen Barnett
and Jawan Jamison leading the
way. Each back has averaged
at least 10 yards per carry.
Barnett, a senior who has
committed to Tulane
University, has rushed for 464
yards and six touchdowns on
47 carries, while Jamison, a
junior who used to attend.
Bradford High School, has
rushed for 318 yards and four
touchdowns on 29 carries.


Page 12B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Oct. i


Union faces second-ranked


Celtics in district game Friday


Bradford's Tramaine Harri


BHS
Continued from page 11B

Quarterback Trey Winkler
later gave the Tornadoes, a first
down at the 35 after an 11-yard
run, but they were eventually
forced to punt. A penalty on
third-and-10 was costly,
wiping out a first-down
reception by Tramaine Harris.
A 12-yard reception by
Harris and an 8-yard run by
Adrian Mosley resulted in.first
downs on Bradford's next
possession, with Mosley's run
setting the Tornadoes up at the
West Nassau 18. However,
Mosley was dropped for a 2-
yard loss on the next play,
which was followed by three
straight incompletions.
The Tornadoes did little
with their first possession of
the second half, but seemed to
be on the move on their second
possession after a 16-yard
reception by Harris to the West
Nassau 38. Mosley set up
second-and-2 after an 8-yard
run, but Goodman was then
held to no gain before Thomas
was dumped for a 5-yard loss.
Bradford was forced to punt,
but Cubbedge's -kick was
downed at the 9-yard line.
West Nassau did nothing
with the poor field position


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County pulled the
stunner last year with its defeat
of Trinity Catholic, but to do
so again this year, the Tigers
will have to contend with a
team that is scoring more than
-40 points a.game.-
The Tigers travel to Ocala
Friday, Oct. 10, to play the
Celtics (5-0) in a District 4-2B
matchup at 7:30 p.m. Trinity,
ranked second in the state,
scored 20 points in a season-
opening win over Tampa
Catholic, but has scored at
least 38 points in each game
since.
Trinity's latest win 'came
against North Florida
Christian, which was ranked
number one in Class A. The
Celetics scored two fourth
quarter touchdowns for a 38-
27 win.
Senior quarterback Rob
Henry, a Purdue commitment,
and junior wide receiver
Kadron Boone, who recently
received a scholarship offer


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were the key players in the
win. Henry passed for 225
yards and three touchdowns,
hooking up with Boone four
times on the drive that gave the
Celtics the lead for good.
Boone caught nine passes for
181 yards and two
touchdowns.
Boone is averaging 30 yards
per reception. He has 798
yards and eight touchdowns on
27 receptions.
Henry has passed for 1,055
yards and 12 touchdowns.
Running back Kedrick
Rhodes entered the North
Florida Christian game
averaging 11 yards a carry, but
he was held to 50 yards on 11
carries. He scored on a 24-yard
run, though, and has 667 yards
and seven touchdowns this
season on 66 carries.
The defense has been
vulnerable at times. Trinity got
off to a 1-0 start in district play
with a 56-3 win over P.K.
Yonge on Sept. 26, but the
week before saw the Celtics
allow Williston to score 42


points. Williston was able to
rush for 384 yards against
Trinity, averaging 11 yards a
carry and scoring on runs of 55
and 64 yards. (The Celtics won
the game 63-42.)
Last year, the Tigers lost a
two-touchdown lead before
finally coming out on top of
the Celtics 29-28 in overtime.
A 2-yard touchdown run' by
graduate Justin Hanson put-the
Tigers up 21-7, but Trinity
answered the score, then added
another after Union fumbled
the ball on a kickoff return.
Another fumble gave Trinity
the ball back and a chance to
win the game in regulation, but
the Celtics missed a field goal.
They did score first in
overtime when Henry plunged
into the end zone from a yard
out. Union quarterback Chris
Alexander threw a 6-yard
touchdown pass to graduate
Jordan Clyatt 6n a fourth-down
play. Tigers head coach
Andrew Zow decided to go for
two and the win, and it paid off
in the form of a successful
Hanson run.


Keystone, West Nassau each


look to go 2-1 in district


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
For the second straight year,
the Keystone Heights football
team is having to rebound
from a District 3-2A loss to
Fernandina Beach. The Indians
will need a win over visiting
West Nassau this Friday, Oct.
10, at 7:30 p.m. to remain in
second place behind district
leader Bolles.
The Warriors (2-3) evened
their district record with a 16-8
win over Bradford last week
after opening district play with
a 12-6 overtime loss to Yulee.
West Nassau changed its
offense against Bradford,
neglecting its passing game for
the most part. The Warriors
attempted only three passes.
Running back Horace Wilson,


a returning starter from last
season, missed the game with
an injury, so the team relied
heavily on returning starter
Garrett Hammett and fullback
David Price, who was pretty
much a non-factor this season
prior to the Bradford game.
The Warriors got off to a
good start against Bradford,
gaining 85 yards rushing in the
first quarter. Hammett had a 9-
yard touchdown run that put
his team up 16-0, but West
Nassau was shut out after the
first quarter, gaining just 83
yards the rest of the game. In
fact, the Warriors' only
sustained drive was a 69-
yarder to open the game. That
led to the game's first score-a
1-yard quarterback sneak by
Robbie Hern. West Nassau's
second scoring drive, after


scoring on a safety, covered
just 37 yards after a 27-yard
kickoff return by Hammett.
West Nassau's defense has
fared better since district play
started. Teams scored an
average of 39 points against
the Warriors in their first three
games, but in the two games
since, West Nassau has given
up a total of three touchdowns.
Friday's game will mark the
10th straight year the Warriors
and Indians have faced each
other. Keystone has won the
last three games.
Last year, the Indians got
two touchdown runs each from
Matt Story and Greg Taylor en
route to a 28-0 win. Keystone
rushed for 286 yards, while its
defense held the Warriors to
130 yards 'and forced three
turnovers.


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scoring on a reverse from 24
yards out. Rodney Mosley's
run on the two-point
conversion made the score 16-
8.
The Tornadoes had one last
chance after their. defense
forced a three-and-out.
Bradford had the ball on its
own 36 with 2:25 to play.
Harris picked up a first down
at the West Nassau 37 on a 27-
yard reception, but the
Tornadoes could only pick up
3 yards on the next four plays,
turning the ball over on downs
with 45 seconds left on the
clock.
"We had opportunities,"
Hoard said.


Score By Quarter
WNHS 16 0
BHS 0 0


0-16
8-8


Scoring Summary
W: Hem 1 run (kick failed)
W: Safety
W: Hammett 9 run (Prescott
pass from Hem)
B: Harris 24 run (R. Mosley
run)


Team Statistics
WN
First Downs 11
Rushes/Yds. 41-162
Passing Yds. 39
Passes 2-3-0
Fumbles-Lost 2-2


B
11
30-70
94
6-25-0
2-0


Bolles utilized 10 running
backs in its win over Yulee last
week.
The Bulldogs average 115
passing yards per game with
quarterbacks Chandler Carr
and Davis Skinner.
Defensively, Bolles has
given up arL average of 116
yards on the ground and 87
yards through the air.
Bradford,- which lost to
Bolles by a combined score of
88-14 in 2005 and 2006, was
trailing the Bulldogs by just
seven points late in the first
quarter of last year's matchup,
but the Tornadoes would wind
up losing49-13.
Graduate Chuckie
Covington returned a fumble
71 yards to pull Bradford
within 14-7, but the Bulldogs
scored on three straight
possessions to take a 35-7 lead
at the half.
All of Bolles' scores came
on the ground, with all but one
covering at least 10 yards. Two
of the scoring runs came from
55 and 66 yards out.


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