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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: November 6, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, November 6, 2008


96th year 30th Issue


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Woman shoots self at Hardee's in Lake Butler


Ruth risks season
Chili & bake sale cancellation
Saturday


The Union County Pop
Warner Jr. Pee Wee
cheerleading squad will hold
a chili and bake sale on
Saturday, Nov. 8, beginning
at 9 a.m. at the Stop and Go
Mart (formerly Karen's
Kwik Stop). The team is
holding the sale to raise
money to attend a state
competition Nov. 26.

Sen. Nelson
holds office
hours in UC
Nov. 24
Representatives of Sen.
Bill Nelson's office will
hold office hours in Union
county on Monday, Nov. 24.
from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in the
county commissioner's
office located at 15 NE I"
St. in Lake Butler. All Union
Count\ residents are urged
to attend, including those
needing help with a federal
issue.

Census bureau
employment
testing
Representatives with the
United States Census Bureau
will be in Lake Butler on
Monday. Nov. 10 and again
on Monday. Nov. 17. at 10
a.m. at the Lakeside
(ommunit (Center to
provide testing for those
interested in temporary
employment for the 2010
census. Please bring your
picture II) and Social
Security\ card.


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Looking for
photos of local
service
personnel
In honor of Veteran's
Day. the Union County
Times is requesting Veterans
and those with loved ones
serving in the military to
submit photos and service
information for free
publication in the Nov. 13
edition.

Friendship Club
meets Nov. 10
The Union County
Friendship Club will meet
on Monday. Nov. 10. at 10
a.m. at the home of
Josephine Hendricks. A
covered-dish luncheon will
be served at noon. Please
remember to bring a toy for
tots or any size clothing. No
snack cakes, please.

Chicken dinner
fundraiser
Friday, Nov. 7
Smoked chicken dinners
served with baked beans.
Cole slaw and a roll will be
sold at Sprinkle Field on
Friday. Nov. 7. beginning at
11 a.m. Each purchased
meal supports the annual Big
Red Christmas Drive in
Union County. Dinner plates
are $5 per person.

Mom's Meeting
Nov. 10
The monthly mom's
meeting for moms or soon-
to-be moms will take place
on Monday, Nov. 10, at 6
p.m. at the Union County
Health Department. The
topics for the meeting will
be "Healthy Eating for
Pregnant and Breastfeeding
Moms" and "Gestational
Diabetes." For more
information, please call
Union County Healthy Start
at (386) 496-3211.


On Saturday, Nov. 1, at
approximately 9 a.m., Union
County Sheriff deputies
responded to a shooting in the
parking lot of the Hardee's
restaurant located at 1205 E.


Main St. in Lake Butler.
When Deputy Donnie Jones
arrived at the scene, he
reportedly observed Angela
Dixson Carter, 47, of
Bryceville, lying on her back


between two parked vehicles
with a gun lying on the
pavement next to her body.
Union County EMS arrived
and began lifesaving measures.
She was transported by


ShandsCair to Shands at UF,
where she remains in critical
condition.
According to a report issued

See GUN page 7A


Online grade
checking now
available to
parents, students

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Fred Cauley and Sheriff Jerry Whitehead drop everything and read during DEAR Day in Union County.
More photos inside.


Attention: Babe


Union County Babe Ruth
will hold a meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 13, at 6:30
p.m. at the OJ Phillips
Recreation Complex to plan
the 2009 season. If there is not
enough attendance at this
meeting, the season will be
canceled due to a lack of
interest. For more information,
contact Richard Wright at
(352) 494-7123 or Penny
Herse) at (386) 496-3315.

Project Grad
Parents of seniors in the
class of 2009 are urged to
attend the next Project Grad
meeting on Thursday, Nov.
13. in Marcie Tucker's
classroom at Lake Butler
Middle School. Several
volunteers are still needed
for the event.

JFOL game night
Sat. Nov. 8
Junior Friends of the Library
will hold a game night on
Saturday. Nov. 8. from 6-10
p.m. Admission price is $3 per
person. The evening will
include lots of fun for the teens'
with open gaming such as
"Guitar Hero," "l)ance-Dance
Revolution." and other \ideo
and hoard games. There \\ill
also be a "Super Smash
Brothers" tournament. There is
an additional $2 fee for
tournament play. Prizes will he
aw arded.
All proceeds \\ill support the
JFOI scholarship fund.
concessionss \\ill he a\ ailahle.
For more information. please
call (386) 496-3432.


^PIOW...


44th President of the United States
by popular vote


John McCain (Sarah Palin)(R)

Barack Obama (Joe Biden)(D)

With 70% of national precincts
reporting as of press time.


State Representative
District 12
unofficial election night return
(may not include absentee or provisional
ballots)
Projected winner Janet Adkins with 55,604 total
district -wide votes
Union County results:
Janet Adkins (R) 4,150 98%
Write-In .99 2%

Representative in Congress
District 4
Ander Crenshaw 214,725 65%
Jay McGovern 11 5,500 35%
Union County results:
Ander Crenshaw (R) 3,674 73%
Jay McGovern (D) 1.332 27%


44,932,860 48%

48,376,903 51%


Union County Results:
McCain 3,933 74%
Obama 1,299 25/
Other 64 1%


Bruce Dukes
Steve Saunders


(R)
(D)


Parents, how many times
have you asked your child
questions such as, "Did you
turn in your homework?"
"What did you make on that
test?" "What kind of grade do
you have in math class?"
Edline is every parent's answer
to these questions and more.
With the click of a mouse,
parents of Union County
school students can now go
online to check their child's
most recent grades for each
subject they are enrolled in.
Superintendent Carlton
Faulk said the whole idea
behind the system is to provide
a better means of
communication for parents to
regularly keep up with their
child's academic progress.
Edline allows parents to
keep up-to-date on whether
classwork is being completed
on time, homework is being
turned in, and test scores can
be reviewed and classroom
attendance verified.
"Finding out a child is not
doing well after several weeks
when progress reports roll
around is often too late," Faulk
said. "This way. we can help
students who are struggling
before they get too far behind."
Faulk also said that teachers
have been very receptive to the

See GRADES page 3A


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2,735
2,505


County Commission District 3

Bames A. Tallman (R) 975 65%
Doyle E. Williams (D) 534 35%


Results obtained from the Union
County Supervisor of Elections.


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ThThe members of greaterr
E lizabeth Missionary Baptist
Church invite every one to
worship with them on Sunday,
No'v. 9, at I I a.m. The guest
speaker will be Rev. (harles
Simmons Sr. of the St. Mark
Missionary Baptist Church of
Newberry. For further
information, please contact
)Deacon Carlos Williams at
(386) 496-2818.



Former Spires bag
boy called to
pastor


Grace Christian
Fellowship Baptist Church,
located at 4948 SW 107th Ave.
in Lake Butler holds its regular
Sunday morning services at
8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Bible
Study is at 9:45 a.m. Pastor
Terry Elixon invites everyone
to attend "the perfect church
for imperfect people." For
more information, visit the
church Web site at gcfbcl.org
or call (386) 496-2859.
New Beginnings Holiness
Church invites everyone to
attend their regular Sunday
morning Sunday school from
10-11:15 a.m. followed by the
morning service at 11:30 a.m.
with Pastor Samuel A Jackson.
Bible study is held each
Wednesday evening at 7 p.m.
Church of Goo in Lake
Butler, located at 480 SW 3'"
St., will hold a Christmas
bazaar this Saturday, Nov. 8,
from 8 a.m. 3 p.m. For more
information, please call (386)
496-3659.

Providence Village Baptist
Church, located at 4504 W.
S.R. 238 in Providence, invites
all former church members and
other members of the
community to join them for a
homecoming and community
Thanksgiving celebration on
Sunday, Nov. 16. Sunday
school begins at 9:45 a.m.
followed by the worship
service at II a.m. Dinner on
the grounds will follow the
morning services. For more
information, call. (386) 758-
2040.

First Baptist Church of
Raiford has elected to become
an order and distribution site
for the Angel Food Miqistry as
Pn outreach to the community.
This food ministry will
provide quality food at a
significant discount and is
available for purchase by the
public on a monthly basis. For
fourteen years, this non-profit
ministry has provided balanced
nutritional meals through its
regular box with enough food
to feed a family of four for one
week. The price per box is
$30, with no limit on the
amount of boxes you can
order. A senior box menu
made up of 10 nutritionally
balanced and fully cooked
S-meals is also available.
There are no income
requirements. Orders are taken
during the first week of each
month and food is distributed
the church on the last Saturday
of the month. For more
,... information, please contact
Pastor Joe. Murphy at (352)
235-1382.


Rev. Joseph Murphy was
recently called to pastor First
Baptist Church of Raiford.
Having grown up in Lake
Butler, he contributes much of
his success in life to lessons he
learned while working as a bag
boy at Spires IGA in Lake
Butler.
"I never got to tell F.L.
Spires what a positive
influence he had on my life
before he died," Murphy said.
"He was more than a boss, as
he taught good work ethic as
well as Christian values."
Murphy is a graduate of the
Conservative Theological
Seminary in Jacksonville.
Following his retirement from
the United States Marine
Corps and the Florida
Department of Corrections,
Murphy founded the Hope
Christian Academy in Starke,
where he served as head
master for four years. Before
coming to First Baptist Church
in Raiford, he was a staff
member at Hope Baptist
Church in Theresa.
"My wife, Lucinda, and I
look forward to. serving the
Lord, alongside the' people 'of
Union County," Murphy said.
"It's like coming home."

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Health Fair
rescheduled for
Nov. 14
The Union County. Health
Fair will be Friday, Nov. 14,
from 9 a.m. I p.m. at Lake
Butler Hospital. There will be.
free screenings, prizes and
more! For more information,
please call (386) 496-2323 ext.
228.


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USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler. Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
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Web address: UCTimesonline.com
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Chili dinner and
auction scheduled
for Nov. 21
The Big Red Christmas
I)rive is still accepting chili
cook-off entries for their all-
you-can-eat chili dinner and
charity auction set for Friday,
Nov. 21, at 6 p.m. at the
Lakeside Community Center.
New and used donated items
for the auction are also being
accepted. For more
information, please call (352)
494-3320.

Tiger Idol
Nov. 13
Tiger Idol will
be held on Thursday, Nov. 13,
at 7:30 p.m. inside the Union
County High School
auditorium. Admission price is
$5 per person. This show's
theme is "country music."
This year's participants are
Joshua Adkins, Nikole
Anselowitz, Samantha Bair,
Jessica Brown, Mclissa
Brown, Marissa Chiminto, Mia
Chisolm, Kala Hartley, Hunter
Hughes, Evan Long, Britney
Prezkop, Lounetta Watkins,
Camryn Wessner and Steven
Wilburn.


UCHS '93 reunion
Thle union C(ounty Iligh
School class of 1993 will hold
its 15-year class reunion on
Saturday, I)cc. 6, at 7 p.m. at
the I.ulu C('ommunity ('enter.
The cost is $15 per person.
Please RSVP to
uchs 19930 hotmail.com or
contact Iori (Hundley) Park at
(904) 334-2741, Tiffany
(Davis) Rosekc at (386) 623-
1393 or George Green at (352)
214-5512.


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Happy Birthday,
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County Times, 125 E. Main St., Lake
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2008, will be awarded a gift certificate for
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November 6, 2008 TIMES Page 3A


GRADES
Continued from p. 1A

nc\\ system, and the idea is to
provide them with adequate
training so that using the
system does not add to their
workload, but in essence,
lessens it.
Se veral teachers in the
IUnion County school district
attended training on how\ to
use Edline in their classrooms
before the start of the new
school year, however, as with
any ne\ technology, more
training is being offered to


better acquaint teachers with tL Z,, HO
the systems' many features. wo l HisT
"Our teachers are good
about doing anything designed My Other Groups
to help kids," said Faulk, "and unon court so
as time goes on, they will
receive more training and
become better familiarized
with the system's many uses."
Edline is capable of storing
tons of information, however,
some features have yet to be
fully implemented. For
example, all textbooks will
eventually be available for
viewing online, eliminating the
need to carry books back and
forth or forgetting to bring a
textbook home to complete a code. Using their private login
homework assignment. information, a student can
In addition to posting access only his or her grade
individual student grades information at home. Some
online, teachers can also keep teachers are already posting
their lesson plans online, post homework assignments and
homework assignments and upcoming test dates. for
email parents directly through students.
the system. District Technology
Edline guarantees they use Coordinator Scott Woodall
advanced SSL encryption explained that due to privacy
technology to ensure the protection, access to the Web
secure transmission of all site is blocked on school
private data. User information computers. "This is a way to
is never sold or shared with assure parents and students
people or organizations outside that others are not able to
of Edline. access their private
Currently, Edline is only information," Woodall said.
available to parents and It was Woodall who first
students where it is needed the introduced Edline to Faulk and
most: Union County High members of the school board.
School and Lake Butler Woodall said he became
Middle School. It is not being familiar with the system and
used at Lake Butler its advantages after attending
Elementary School, but conferences and speaking with
Principal Lynn Bishop said her technology staff in other
teachers will eventually school districts.
receive training and begin For parents to obtain their
using it for third and fourth special activation code for
grade. each child, he or she must
Bishop said, "We are personally pick it up from the
fortunate enough that our school office.
teachers and parents are able to "Under no circumstances
communicate regularly. At the will school staff will give out
elementary level, children have this information over the
:, -1.1-1,.M -.-e--l 1 said,---
sobooy edo.-t o.st- .'b-cau' swe \ant to make
or seven different teachers to sure the person receiving the
work with at the middle and information has the authority
high school levels." to do so."
Several weeks ago, all Once a parent enters the
LBMS and UCHS students activation codes for each child,
were given a student access return visits to the Web site
code to use the Edline system, only require the parent enter
A student access code is not their selected user name and
the same as a parent access password and click on the
child's name to get up-to-date
grade information.


School board
meets Nov. 11
The Union county School
Board will hold its regular
bi-monthly meeting on
Tuesday, Nov. 1 I, at 6 p.m.
The meeting will be held in
the district office conference
room located across the
street from Lake Butler
Middle School. For more
information, call (386) 496-
2045.


To accomplish great
things we must not only
act but also dream, not
only plan but also
believe.
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Linda Johns, the district's
director of special programs,
said she finds this feature to be
especially useful to parents
with children in different
schools.
"Instead of having to login
under several different student
accounts, parents can go to the
Web page and each of their
children's names, schedules
and grades is right there,"
Johns said.
As a parent, Johns said she
feels this new means of
communication will go a long

way in helping parents as well
as students keep on top of
classroom progress.
"If a parent sees a missing
assignment or low test grade.
they can immediately email the
teacher right there with their
concerns," Johns said.
In the above scrccnshot, a
parent has activated two
student accounts. By clicking
on the name of one student, a
schedule of that child's daily
classes will appear. Each class
can then be clicked on
individually (for example,
Integrated Science) and the sub
menu "Contents" on the right
of the screen ii'ill appear.
As you can see,. this
particular class offers a folder
containing the student's
assignments since the first
week of school along with
tests dates and information
covered and weekly progress
reports. Parents can also mail
teachers directly through
Edline with any questions or
comments about their child's
grades.


Parents having the ability to
review weekly progress reports
on their children is being met
with mixed emotions.
"I just love this," one parent
said. "Now I don't have to
wait until mid terms to find out
there are missing assignments


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that can no longer be made
up.
lut some students,
especially teens, aren't too
thrilled about the new system.
()ne C('HS student said,
"When my mom finds out
about this, every time I want to
go somewhere, she's going to
he checking my grades."
Throughout the school year,
the district will continue to
provide teachers with
additional training and add
new features to Edline.

Using Edline for the
first time
To begin using Edline, go to
your child's school and request
an activation code. For privacy
protection, this must be done
in person. Go to the Web site,
www.edline.net to activate
your account.

From the sign in page, click
on "Activate a new account"
and enter the activation code
given to you by your child's
school. Your child's name
should then appear on the
screen. If it does not, contact
the school for further help.
Repeat for each activation
code. Once completed, you
will be asked to create a screen
name and password to use
each time you visit the site. A
complete setup and user guide
can be printed from the Web
site.


Congratulations to Bruce Dukes on being elected as your next Property
Appraiser for Union County. I want to thank the people who voted for me and
especially my supporters and family for the effort they-put forth on my behalf.
Also, I would like to thank all the people of Union County for the privilege of
serving you for the past 16 years as your Union County Property Appraiser.
Most.9pf.jl,jt,want to thank all the people of Unijn County forthe
encouragement, courtesy and respect that was shown to mebefor.e, during, and .
after the election..
Again, words cannot express my sincere appreciation for all your support! Best
wishes to all! May God Bless!
Sincerely,
Steven A. Saunders
Pol. Adv. Pd. for and approved by Steven A. Saunders (DEM) for Property Appraiser.


NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 2008 CERTIFIED TAX ROLLS
HAVE BEEN DELIVERED BY THE PROPERTY APPRAISER TO THE TAX
COLLECTOR. TAX ROLLS ARE OPEN FOR COLLECTION FOR ALL REAL
ESTATE, SPECIAL ASSESSMENT AND TANGIBLE TAXES AS OF
NOVEMBER 1, 2008.

NOTICES HAVE BEEN MAILED TO ALL PROPERTY OWNERS OR THEIR
AGENTS AT LAST KNOWN ADDRESSES. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED
YOUR NOTICE, PLEASE NOTIFY OUR OFFICE.


TAXES MAY BE PAID BY MAIL
55 W. MAIN STREET, ROOM
OFFICE HOURS ARE MONDAY 1
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS,


OR IN THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,
108, LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054. OUR
IHRU FRIDAY, 8:00 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
PLEASE CALL 386-496-3331.


PATSY JONES ELIXSON,
UNION COUNTY TAX COLLECTOR


I Worship i the MousCofthelord...
Somewhere this week!

The churches and businesses listed below
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GUN
Continued from p. 1A


by Deputy Donnie Jones,
Donald Dwight Dicks, 51, of
Lake Butler said that he had
given a set of keys to Carter
who was supposed to make
copies and return the keys a
week ago. After not hearing
from her, he called her and
agreed to meet at the Hardee's
to exchange the keys.
The two parked beside each
other in the parking lot and
exited their vehicles. Dicks
stated that Carter placed her
purse and a folder on the back
of her vehicle and asked Dicks
to give the items to her sister.
Dicks stated that he asked her
why and Carter responded by
saying, "You will see."
At that time, she produced a
.38 caliber handgun and fired a
shot towards her own feet. As
Dicks began to move away,
Carter allegedly pointed the
weapon at him. Dicks told the
deputy he pleaded with Carter
not to do this as she fired a
shot at his feet. As Dicks
turned to run, he said he heard
a third shot and turned back
around to see Carter fall to the
pavement.
Several patrons -of the
restaurant witnessed the
incident and concurred with
hearing three gunshots and
Carter putting the gun in her
mouth and shooting herself.


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Page 4A TIMES november 6, 20Iu


Lake Butler is
well
represented
in national
competition

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff writerr

Afltcr \\inning first place in
state competitions held last
\ear, the Lake Butler Senior
FFA chapter sent four teams
consisting of 22 students and
their ad\ isers to the National
FFA competition in
Indianapolis during the week
of Oct. 22-25. For all of their
hard work leading up to the
national competition, the teams
returned with some very
impressive national rankings
they should be very proud of.
Lake Butler FFA teams
participating at the national
level in career development
were parliamentary procedure,
agricultural issues, poultry
evaluation and food science
and technology.
Placing seventh out of 44
teams in the nation was Lake
Butler's parliamentary
procedure team, consisting of
members Zach Sweat, Caleb
Williams, Lillie Emmelhainz,
Connie Driggers, Dayle
Giebeig and Emily Brown.


The purpose of the
parliamentary procedure CDIE
is to teach students how to
effectively participate in a
business meeting and develop
their leadership skills.
Members of the team were
required to complete a 25-
question written test covering
basic parliamentary law and
information pertaining to
minutes. They were then
required to hold a 10-minute
team presentation of a business
item provided to them with
only one minute to prepare the
debate.
A panel of judges asked
planned questions relating to
the business item as well as
general questions to clarify the
teams' demonstration. A
member of the team was also
required to keep minutes of the
presentation that were read,
reviewed and graded by a
member of the judging panel.

The Lake Butler FFA
poultry judging team also
came in seventh place when
they competed against 38 other
teams in the nation. Team
members included James
Carter, Jared Freeman, Jay
Norman, Amanda Parrish,
Victoria King and Brandi
Thornton. (See accompanying
article by team member Jared
Freeman I
See FFA page 5A


Much was
gained during
a year of
evaluating
poultry

BY Jared Freeman,
Member of Lake Butler FFA
Poultry Evaluation team

FFA has opened many doors
for me and I believe the most
significant one was the
introduction to Poultry
Evaluation.
I likely would never have
considered participating if it
had not been for my
agriculture teacher, David
Harris. On the day of the first
cut test for the team, Mr.
Harris gave me the packet and
said, "Study this and take the
test in twenty minutes."
Not wanting to disappoint
him, I studied with a good


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friend who was the nation's
highest scoring individual the
year before, Zach Sweat.
littlee did I know this wouldd be
the start of an event that W\ould
take control of my liife for the
next ten months.
T he team i consisted of
myself, Amanda Parrish,
Brandi Thornton, Victoria
King, James Carter and Jay
Norman. The six of us became
very close as we learned about
White Leghorn Hens (used for
laying eggs) and how to
identify and grade parts,
carcasses and eggs.
After a month of hard,
steady practice, we were
Finally ready for our first
competition at the Florida
State Fair, in Tampa. After a
third-place finish, we knew we
had to crack down and study
harder for the state competition
just a month away.
When we came back for
practice, we had a brand new
element added..."reasons."
Reasons is basically telling the
judge why you placed a class
of hens the way you placed


them. This was, by far, the
hardest thing we had faced.
Finally, time came for the
state competition. Our team
coach, Britlney Parrish, ag
teacher at I.ake Butler Middle
School, had calculated the
scores of the team while we
practiced and the top for scores
would get to compete. After all
the anticipation, we placed
first in the state.
Union County High School
Vice Principal Carolyn Parrish
and her husband, Allen
Parrish, treated the .team to a
lunch at Sonny's for a job well
done.
After all the excitement left
us, we realized we had actually
done it, guaranteed a spot at
nationals to compete. We
knew it wasn't going to get
any easier from now on. Four
more classes were added to the
competition, broiler breeder
evaluation and reasons, and
also turkey carcass grading and
reasons.
When we were all settled in
our rooms at the Hilton Hotel
in Indianapolis, it was time to
study like never before.


Monday through
Wednesday, we woke up at 8
a.m. and went to bed at 11
p.m. with an hour for each
meal. The rest of the day was
nothing but study time. On
Thursday morning, the team
got up and traveled to the
fairgrounds. It was show time.
After the competition was
finally over, we all breathed a
deep sigh of relief, knowing
we had done our best. The
next day, we were ready to
here the results of the
competition.
Having three gold emblem
members and a silver medal
member, the team placed
seventh overall. Everyone had
an excellent time and it was an
.experience none of us will ever
forget.
The team would like to
thank David Harris for all of
the help and support he
provided. Most of all, we
thank our coach, Brittney
Parrish, for all the time spent
to teach us. She was a member
of the 2002 national winning
team, so I can't think of a
better coach. Thanks for
everything.


show, but I can definitely say
its much more than that. In
addition to choosing the topic,
writing.the script and acting it
out. there are. ils hours and
hours of practice and making
presentations of the final
product all over North Florida.
During a competition, the
team presented a skit on a
chosen topic to a panel of
judges who then ask a variety
of questions.
Much unlike any other
career development event
teams that have a general idea
of what to expect, the Ag
Issues team can practice a
million questions, but truly
never know what the judges
will ask.
Team participant Lillie


Emmelhainz was on both the
state winning Parliamentary
Procedure team and the state
winning Ag Issues team, and
she unfortunately had to quit
Ag Issues due to rules
allowing participation on only
one national team. Freshmen
Morgan Dukes was brought in
to fill her place only five
weeks before the national
competition.
Ag issues deals with current
issues facing the world of
agriculture. This year, the team
decided to tackle the topic of
immigration and titled its


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By Joey O'Hern,
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2007-08 Ag Issues team

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Agriculture Issues as being
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November 6, 2008 TIMES Page 5A


FFA
Continued from p. 4A
The National FFA food
science and technology CDE is
designed to test a student's
knowledgee of food science and
he ability to apply the
knowledgee to practical
situations.
The Lake Butler FFA team
,laced eleventh out of 28
participating national teams.
ream members included Clint
Villiams, Jordan Williams,
ryler Stone, Julie Redding and
Zobin Thomas.
The team was required to


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involved a food quality or food
safety problem and respond
accordingly.
The third part of the
competition involved looking
at 10 photos of potential food.
safety and or sanitation
problems and team members
had to correctly identify .the
type of problem. The last part
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America's Problem?"
Once a topic was chosen, the
next requirement was that the


team decides upon a way to
present the issue. The team
chose to present a skit with its
members representing four
different residents of Union
County giving their take on
immigration to a state
representative who asked
citizens of county for their
input on the issue.
The character roles included
Morgan Dukes as the state
representative, Kenzie Jones as
a teacher against immigration,


methods: triangle testing,
difference testing and aroma
identification.
In triangle testing, one
minute was given to identify a
sample item by aroma, visual
clues and texture. Difference
testing involved discerning the
different taste of three samples
compared to a controlled
sample.

Lastly, each team member
was required to identify
aromas from four different
vials such as oregano, basil,
lime, nutmeg, etc.


The Lake Butler Senior FFA
agricultural issues team placed
nineteenth out of 35
participating national teams.
Team members included
Morgan Dukes, Amy Emery,
Danielle Giebeig, Kenzie
Jones and Joey O'Hern. (See
accompanying article by team
member O'Hern.)

In addition to the four teams
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After winning first in the
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Danielle Giebieg as a stay-at-
home mom also against
immigration, Joey O'Hern as a
farmer for immigration and
Amy Emery as a teenager also
in favor of immigration.
The whole point of Ag
Issues is to present a topic and
conclude the presentation with
no set idea of being either for
or against it. The audience
should then be able to make
their own conclusion.
I had a blast on the trip. it
was definitely a lot different
from Florida due to the fact
that it was extremely cold, and
it was super rare to find any
sweet tea which just kills a boy
raised in the south!


Lake Butler FFA Food Science team chilling out in Indianapolis: (back row, I-r)
Tyler Stone, Clint Williams, adviser Tom (Bub) Williams, Jordan Williams, (front)
Robin Thomas and Julie Redding.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
UNION COUNTY, I LOIDA
CASE NO 63-2008-CA-00/1
LEWIS WILLIAMS and
CARRIE WILLIAMS,
Husband and Wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
ROBERTO BECERRA,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that,
pursuant to A Final Judgment of
Foreclosure in the above-captioned
action, I will sell the property
situated in Union County, Florida,
described as:
A parcel of land containing a total
area of 25.0 acres, more or less,
lying, being and situate in Section
8, Township 6 South, Range 18
East, Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Southeast
corner of the Southeast of
Southeast '4 of said Section 8, and
run South 87 degrees 07 minutes
and 00 seconds West, along the
South line of said Section 8, a.
distance of 667.62 feet to the
Southeast corner of the West '/ of
said Southeast /4 of Southeast %
of Section 8, said point also being
the POINT OF BEGINNING of the
hereinafter described parcel of
land; Thence continue running
South 87 degrees 07 minutes 00
seconds West, continuing along
said South line of Section 8, a
distance of 888.39 feet; thence run
North 02 degrees 35 minutes 56
seconds West, a distance of
1134.82 feet; thence run North 87
degrees 09 minutes 02 seconds
East, a distance of 220.77 feet to
the intersection with the West line
of said Southeast % of Southeast
a of Section 8; thence run North
02 degrees 35 minutes 56 seconds
west, along said West line of
Southeast ,/4 of Southeast 11 of
Section 8, a distance of 125.49 feet
to the intersection with the
Southerly prescriptive right of way
line of a County Maintained Graded
Road; thence run North 88 degrees
20 minutes 17 seconds East, along
said Southerly prescriptive right of
way line, a distance of 236.44 feet;
thence run North 87 degrees 26
minutes 28 seconds East,
continuing along said Southerly
prescriptive right of way line, a
distance of 175.07 feet; thence run
North 85 degrees 59 minutes 39
seconds East, continuing along
said Southerly prescriptive right of
way line, a distance of 255.54 feet
to the intersection with e East line
of said West 1 of Southeast % of
Southeast V/ of Section 8; thence
run South 02 degrees 37 minutes
45 seconds East, along said East
line of the West 1/2 of Southeast /
of Southeast 1/ of Section 8, a
distance of 1259.15 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO a 20-foot American
Telephone and Telegraph
Company Easement as recorded in
Official Records Book 5, Page 160,
Public Records of Union County,
Florida.
TOGETHER WITH a 20.00 foot
easement for ingress, egress and
public utilities over, across and
along a parcel of land lying, being
and situate in the aforesaid Section
8, Township 6 South, Range 18
East, Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at ,the Southeast
corner of ,the,. Southeast of.
qq eatt~fs, t 8 anid
runo uh degrees.Y minutes
and 00 seconds West, along thed
South line of said Section 8, a
distance of 667.62 feet to the
Southeast corner of the West '/2 of
said Southeast /4 of Southeast /4
of Section 8; thence run North 02
degrees 37 minutes 45 seconds
West, along the East line of said
West /2 of Southeast '/ of
Southeast % of Section 8, a
distance of 813.51 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING of the
hereinafter described 20.00 foot
easement; Thence continue
running North 02 degrees 37
minutes 45 seconds West,
continuing along said East line of
West 1/2 of Southeast /40 of
Southeast '/4 of Section 8, a
distance of 25.64 feet; thence run
North 48 degrees 38 minutes 42
seconds East a distance of 401.87
feet; thence run North 02 degrees
38 minutes 40 seconds West a
distance of 177.51 feet to the,
intersection with the Southerly
prescriptive right of way line of a
County Maintained Graded Road;
thence run North 85 degrees 47
minutes 17 seconds East, along
said Southerly prescriptive right of
way line to a County Maintained
Graded Road, a distance of 20.01
feet to the intersection with the
East line of the West '/2 nf Fast 1/


of said Southeast /4 of Southeast
of Section 8; thence run South
02 degrees 38 minutes 40 seconds
East, along said East line of West
V, of East /2 of Southeast '/4 of
Southeast / of Section 8, a
distance of 187.66 feet; thence run
South 48 degrees 38 minutes 42
seconds West a distance of 427.51
leet to the POINT OF BEGINNING
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the Union
County Courthouse, south door,
Lake Butler, Florida, at 11:00 a.m.
on the 201h day of November, 2008.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY,
OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY
OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF LIS
PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM
WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER A SALE.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court this 23'r day of October
2008.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of the Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 2tchg 11/06-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO: 63-2006-CP-0037
IN RE: ESTATE OF
A.B. KEITH,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(formal notice by publication)
TO: Kendrick Keith, address
unknown
Xavier Keith, address
unknown
All Unknown Heirs and
Devisees of A.B. Keith
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the
following have been filed in the
above-captioned estate:
Petition to Determine Homestead
Status of Real Property
Inventory.
Final Accounting.
Petition for Discharge.
SNotice of Hearing on Petition to
Determine Homestead Status of
Real Property and Petition for
Discharge.
You are required to serve a copy of
your written response to it, if any,
on petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address is:
Sam W. Boone, Jr., 605 NE Ist
Street, Suite E, Gainesville, FL
32601
on or before December 12, 2008
and to file the original of the written\
defenses with the clerk of this court
either before service on petitioner's
attorney or immediately thereafter.
Failure to serve and file written
responses as required may result
in a judgment or order for the relief
demanded, without further notice.
Signed on October 27, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kimberlie Riggs
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 4tchg 11/20-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2008-CP-0007
IN RE: ESTATE OF
TRUBIE KEITH,
Deceased
Adversary Proceeding No.
PATRICIA A. CARMICHAEL
Petitioner,
vs.
THE HEIRS OF TRUBIE KEITH,
Respondents... -. ...,..,
P,' % R,.oti/c8'f! b Cubfiafrn)*,,
TO: McKenley Derome Keith, 5030
W. Mountain Street, Apt. 23, Stone
Mountain, GA 30083
Kendrick Keith, address unknown
Xavier Keith, address unknown
All Unkn9wn Heirs aid Devisees of
Trubie Keith
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that the
following have been filed in the
above-captioned estate:
Petition for Establishment and
Probate of Lost or Destroyed Will
and Appointment of Personal
Representative; and
Notice of Hearing on Petition for
Establishment anri Prnhate of Lost


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- or Destroyed Will and Appointment
of Personal Representative.
You are required to serve a copy of
your written defenses to it, if any,
on petitioner's attorney, whose
name and address is:
Sam W. Boone, Jr., 605 NE 1s
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Signed on October 27, 2008.
Regina H. Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
By: Kimberlie Riggs
As Deputy Clerk
10/30 4tchg 11/20-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 63-2008-CP-31
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANKIE ELVIN RAY,
Deceased.
NOTICE. TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
Frankie Elvin Ray, deceased,
whose date of death was February
17, 2007, is pending in the Circuit
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Probate Division, the address of
which is 55 West Main Street,
Room 103, Lake Butler, Florida
32054. The names and addresses
of the personal 'representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate on whom a copy of -this
notice is required to be served
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR. 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's
estate must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is Nov. 6, 2008.
Personal Representative:
CAROL LOUISE RAY,
555 South West 61 Street
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
FORD, BOWLUS, DUSS,
MORGAN, KENNEY, SAFER &
HAMPTON, P.A.
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Telephone: (904) 268-7227
e Fa: (904) :262-3337-
11/62tchg 11/13-UCT
PUBLIC NOTICE:
NOTICE OF MEETING
The Union County Affordable
Housing Advisory Committee will
hold a meeting on November 18,
2008 at 10:00 a.m. to review
Affordable Housing Incentives. The
meeting will be held at Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc. at
855 S.W. 6th Avenue in Lake
Butler. If special accommodations
are necessary, contact Matt
Pearson at (386) 362-4115 ext.
242.
11/6 1tchg-UCT


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Page 6A TIMES November 6, 2008


District Financial Reporting Specialist Pat
Cunningham takes a break from all those dollar
signs and does some light reading.



LEFT: Seventh-grade students read for 30 minutes as
they participate in DEAR Day at LBMS.


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As part of Red Ribbon
Week, Lake Butler Middle
School observed the 10th
annual Drop Everything And
Read, or DEAR day, on Wed.
Oct. 29, from 9-9:30 a.m.
The first DEAR Day was
observed at LBMS in the fall
of .499~- in-response:.to. .the
Florida Reading Initiative.
Wanting to include others,
they invited Union County
High School, Lake Butler
Elementary School and a
number of business people in
the community to join them by
dropping everything and
reading at the appointed time.
In past years, photos


documenting the event were
taken at the public library,
courthouse, hospitals, local
stores, and even along the
streets. Each person that
participated logged in the title
of whatever they read. Guest
readers of the past have
included Rep. Aaron Bean,
local veterans and communiiihy'
leaders.
Banners displaying the
theme of the day, "Get Hooked
on Books, not Drugs," were
displayed at each school, the
public library and the
courthouse.
Guest readers this year were
Supervisor of Elections Debbie
Osbore, 4-H assistant Colan


Coody, sheriff's office
deputies James Crews and
John Gootee, EMS personnel
Wayne Clemons and Henry
LaCain along with Department
of Corrections employees
Tammy Page, Pam
Winterberg, Patricia Birt,
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Mary Tayloir, Cydi 'Davis,
Stephanie Gerard and Dana
Wilkerson.
LBMS would like to express
sincere appreciation to those
who supported DEAR Day and
offer a special thank you to
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead for
donating T-shirts for the event.


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November 6, 2008 TIMES Page 7A


Veteran's Day
ceremony &
parade Nov. 11
The Union (Couny High
School Junior Reserve Officer
Training C(orps (JROT') \\ill
host a Veterans IDay
chremnony on Tuesday, Nov.
HI:.
IThe ceremony will begin at
9)30 a.m. at the Veterans
Memorial site located on the
grounds of the Masonic Lodge
at 325 W. Main St. A parade
uiill follow at I I a.m.
'The UCHS band will
conduct a patriotic music
performance and the guest
speaker will be Colonel Eric
Nelson, the brother of UCHS
Principal Alex Nelson.
, Nelson is commander of the
lJint Fires Integration and
Interoperability Team, U.S.
Jbint Forces Command,
located on Eglin Air Force
Base in Florida.
SNelson graduated from the
U.S. Air Force Officer
Training School in 1987. He
has served as an instructor
weapon systems officer in the
F-1 IIF and F-15E with
combat time in each platform.
Nelson has served on the Air
Staff and the Air Education
and Training Command staff.
He has held three previous
commands: Commanding
officer of VT-10 Naval Air
Station Pensacola; 4th
Operations Group
Commander, Seymour
Johnson AFB, North Carolina:
and 455th Expeditionary
Operations Group
Commander, Bagram Air
Base, Afghanistan.


DEAR Day photos


ABOVE: Teacher Marcie Tucker reads to students.
ABOVE LEFT: Food Service Director Betsy Whitehead.
LEFT: LBMS students Devonte Henderson and Craig
Morgan take the time to read a good book.


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42 Motor Vehicles
43 RV's & Campers
44 Boats
45 Land lor Sale
46 Real Estate Out ofArea
47 Commercial Property
Rent, Lease, Sale
.18 Homes lr Sale
49 Mobile Ilomes for Sale
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52 Animals & Pets
53 Yurd Sales
54 Keystone Yard Sales
55 WaitIed
16 Trade ior Siwap
57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Penionial Services
60 Secretarial Set vices
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel


63 Love Lines
64 Business Opportunity
65 Help Wanted
66 Investment Opportunity
67 Hunting Lad for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 SelfSlorage
72 Sporting Goods
73 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Computer
Accessories


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PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of
the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
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for 'he hearing impaired
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Human Relations, Lisa
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ext #1005.
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
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then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
41
Auctions
HUGE OLD TIME FARM
Auction. Sat, Nov. 8 at
10am, 7206 Spanish Trail,.
Keystone Heights, Flori-


da. From Keystone take
SR 100 to Grandin, turn
left 3n 315, go approx 4.6
miles to Bellamy Rd, turn
right, go about 1.6 miles,
turn left on Spanish Trail,
sale on left about 2/10
mile. 2 horses, 2004 GMC
Dually Sierra loaded, 2
vintage Oliver tractors,
several guns, 3pt hitch
farm implements, saddles
& accessories, antique
tools, modern tools, PVC
pipe fittings, beams &
steel posts, washer & dry-
ers, copper lighting, scaf-
folding, nails, power saws
& tools & loads more. For
full listing and pictures go
to www.auctionzip.com
to auctioneer site #12305
day before sale.Cash,
check, visa, MC or debit.
12% buyers premium plus
tax. 2%BP discount.
SOUTHERN AUCTION
MARKETING and Ap-
praisals auction Mon-
day Nov. 10, at 6:30pm.
-Antique DR-china-buffet
group, mirrored hall tree
bench, LR & BR groups,
wicker patio rockers,
tools, collectibles, coins,
jewelry and more. Pics
every week at www.south-
ernautionmktg.net. 15991
NE HWY 27A, Williston,
FL. Call 352-528-2950.
Col. Joel KulcsarAU1437
AB2240; 10./%.BP on all.
sales.

42
Motor
Vehicles and
Accessories
BAD CREDIT CARD
LOANS? If you have a
job, a phone and $99
down, I can put you in a
car, call Jerrod at 904-
,964-2277.
2007 HONDA VTX 1300
under 500 miles, $9995.
Call Wayne at-386-496-
3314.

45
Land for Sale
PRICED FOR QUICK SALE
1.75 ACRES, BEAU-
TIFUL HIGH AND DRY
PASTURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed. Asking $25K. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-


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

Bradford Limerock
Since 1977
Allen E. Taylor, Owner
904-509-912



Keystone Hauling &

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* mre Repair
* Ptres Waiding
*Odd.Ijs
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*i'nveTitHniing& Rm val
*SiteCleanUp
*ThI-aRenxaal
SPbne Bark & CypssMuich
* Furwood ForSale
*FreeEstites


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*Land Clearning
*Ponds
*Dozer Work
*Road Building
*Driveways
*Heavy Brush
Mowing


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S" 16418 SW 66th Lane Starke, FL 32091


0470 or 904-964-9222,
(owner/agent).
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 acres, one mile road
frontage. $6,000 per acre.
Call 904-259-8028.
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 lots. Call
386-496-0683 or 352-
284-7608.
5 ACRES ON FORSYTH
RD. $50,000. Call Elaine
Gouin at Exit Real Estate
Gallery at 904-966-2937.
47
Commercial
Property
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-
FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease. Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices.
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
Sfor $290 each plus utilities
and taxes. Call 352-275-
8531 today for a walk
through.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE
SPACE FOR RENT -
3,000 SQ FT OR 6,000
SQ FT. Bradford Indus-
trial Park. $800/mth for
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.


Quailify for
$500 college
scholarship.
Call for info.


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


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. 3BR/2BA, DWMH 1433
sq.ft. $670/month

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

6159 HunlerAve 3BR/
2BA, DWMH 1152 sq.ft.
$720/month


160 Satsuma St 3BR/
1.5BA, Block Home 1478
sq.ft. $820/month


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5BR/3.5BA, Block Home
2464 sq.ft. $920/month

6874 Deer Springs
Road. 3BR/2BA, A-
Frame lake home 1064
sq.ft. $900/month

931 Euglid St.: 2BR/1BA,
Home 644 sq.ft.
$550/month

7995 Floral Ridge Circle
2BR/2BA, SWMH
$650/month


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48
Homes for Sale
$69,900 3/2 WITH APPLI-
ANCES BUILT ON YOUR
LOT- Go to www dugard-
construction.com or call
904-259-5008.
4/4 HOME ON 1.3 ACRES
LOW 100'S near Starke
Country Club. Also,
builder's lot, 1.25 acres,
$29,500. Call 904-769-
9616.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
352-745-0039.
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
BEAUTIFUL BRAND NEW
3/2 ON ONE PRIVATE
ACRE. Close to town,
one block off SR21, large
decks. Call 352-475-
3975.
BRAND NEW 2009 FLEET-
WOOD 32X80, $69,900.
Delivered, setup, skirting
and steps installed. Call
904-259-8028.
2009 SCOTBILT 28X72,
$79,900. 2x6 exterior
walls, tape and textured
throughout, delivered,
setup, A/C, skirting and
steps installed. Call 904-
259-8028.
MUST SELL- BRAND NEW
2008 28X56 FLEET-
WOOD, $35,900. Call
904-259-8028.
ATTN: NEW DOUBLE-
WIDE DELIVERED AND
SET-UP, $37,900. Land/
home packages starting
at$650/mth. Repos avail-
able. Call Homemart at
352-307-2244.
BANK REPOS START-
ING AT $5,000. Call for
current inventory, save
thousands. All makes
and models. Call Allstar,
352-622-9910.
HANDYMAN HOMES FOR
SALE Own your own
home! From $499 to
$575/mth. Flexible fi-
nancing. For more infor-
mation, call Hidden Oak
Mobile Home Park at
386-496-8111.
RENTTOOWN, PAYMENTS
FROM $385/MTH For
details, call Hidden Oaks
Mobile Home Park, 386-
496-8111.
3/2 SINGLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE WITH CH/A. Ser-
vice animals only, $485/
mth plus deposit. Call
352-284-3310.
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME 3/2, $4K OBO.
Outside in good shape,
inside needs work. Must
move. Call 352-468-
3238.
BY OWNER 97 Manufac-
tured home 16 x 80, in-


eludes warranted appli-
ancs, AC, skirting steps,
$8000. Call 352-318-9262
ask for Jessie.
OWNER FINANCING single
wide on one acre, needs
work, $20,000 with $2,000
down. $18,000 cash.Call
agent Elaine Gouin at
904-966-2937.
TWO MORTGAGES FOR
SALE-one discounted
from 27K to 19K and one
from 38K to 32K, call
Elaine at 904-966-2937.

50
Homes for Rent
SUPER NICE HOMES FOR
RENT one 2900 SO FT,
great kitchen, high ceil-
ings, lots of room, 1400
SQ FT great view, chefs
kitchen, cathedral ceil-
ings, dock. Act fast, these
homes are nice, Call
904-701-9650 or 904-
887-8451.
WALDO VILLAS 1 & 2BR
APARTMENTS AVAIL-
ABLE. Call Nila at 352-
468-1971.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT 3/1 IN CITY LIM-
ITS. $500/mth, $500/dep.
Also, 3/2 on SR121. Ref-
erences required, call
904-364-8535.
HOME FOR RENT 2/2
NEAR STARKE COUN-
TRY CLUB. $550/mth,
includes laundry room.
Call 904-769-9616.

2/1 HOUSE WITH LAKE
VIEW/LAKE ACCESS to
Smith Lake in Keystone.
Washer/dryer included.
$625/mth plus $800/dep.
Call 904-614-7170.
3/1 HOUSE IN STARKE
WASHER/DRYER
HOOK-UP. $675/mth
plus $825/dep. Call 904-
614-7170:
MOBILE HOME 2/1 IN MEL-
ROSE Nice, open layout.
$450/mth plus $300 secu-
rity deposit. Call 352-475-
2761.
3/2 CUSTOM BUILT HOME
WITH CH/A. Modern,
clean on Lake Sampson
with deck, dock, canal,
boat slip and much more.
$1,100/mth, call 904-964-
4005.
2/1 MOBILE HOME WITH
A/C, GAS HEAT. Lake
Geneva area, $450/mth,
first, last and $500 secu-
rity. Service animals only
Call 386-336-5617.


FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
RENT COMPLETE with
CH/A, cable provided, all
utilities paid! Central loca-
tion. 10% discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
izens. Rooms with private
bath, $115 $135. /wk.
Room without bath, $100.
Laundry facilities avail-
able. Close to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 & 3
BRORLAKEFRONT 2/2.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865.
ONE MONTH FREE. 2,
3 AND 4BR starting at
$579. W/D hook-ups,
fitness center, computer
room, pool. Pets wel-
come. Whispering Oaks
Apartments, 904-368-
0007.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
2 AND 3 BR mobile
homes. $400/mth and
up. Rent includes pool,
garbage, yard and home
maintenance. Call 386-
496-2777.
STUDIO APARTMENT -
UTILITIES INCLUDED.
$400/mth. First and secu-
rity. Call 352-473-2919.
2/1 WITH CH/A, VERY
NICE, ONE MILE from
Super WalMart in Starke.
Washer and dryer includ-
ed. Call 386-562-3408.
REMODELED UPSTAIRS
2BR APARTMENT -
Downtown Starke. $450/
mth plus first, last and
security. Call 904-964-
4303.
2/1 IN RAIFORD ON CR229.
$500/MTH, FIRST AND
LAST plus $500/dep. Call
386-431-1917 or 904-
966-1396.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2/i
EXTRA CLEAN MOBILE
HOME. Available Novem-
ber 20. Safe, quiet lakev-
iew near town, screened
porch. $550/mth plus
deposit, senior citizen
discount. Service animals
only. Call 352-226-6226.
FOR RENT FURNISHED
2BR MOBILE HOME,
Shed, patio, large fenced
yard. Very clean, service


animals only $600/mth
plus security. 10 miles
west of Starke. Call 386-
496-0683.
LARGE MOBILE HOME
3/2, ALL ELECTRIC,
CH/A. $550/mth, call
904-964-6445.
2/1.5 MOBILE HOME
WITH FRONT SCREEN
PORCH AND UTILITY
ROOM. $500/mth, many
extras, senior discount.
Call 904-964-8218.
SANTA FE LAKE winter
months, weeks, week-
ends. Completely
equipped, clean, pretty,
deck, dock, sunset view,
ski, swim, fish, relax. Call
352-475-2838.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
14X70 MOBILE HOME
2/2 with garden tub,
shower and walk-in closet
in master bedroom. On
paved road, $550/mth
plus deposit. Call 352-
235-1288 or 352-473-
6462.
2BR/1 BAHOUSE ON LAKE
Santa Fe, W/D hookup,
stove, refrigerator, dish-
washer, rent $695, deposit
$600. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220.
STARKE 3/2 DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME WITH
CH/A. $600/mth plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
2/2 SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME $500/mth plus
$500/dep. 22515 NW
53rd Ave., Lawtey. Ser-
vice animals only Gar-
bage service and lawn
service included. Call
904-312-3999 or 904-
782-3867.
EFFICIENCY APT on Lake
Santa Fe. Enjoy home,
beautiful sunsets on the
lake, fishing from the dock
& being surrounded by
quiet solitude, respon-
silble adult only Service
animals only, $450 per
month, first & last re-
quired. Call 352-318-
0087.
3BR/2BA Heat/air, stove,
refrigerator, dish washer,
W/D hookups, 2 porch
& family rooms, 2 car
carport with storage, rent


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OPEN HOUSE
SUNDAY, NOV. 9. 2008 1-3 P.
"GREAT DEAL" REDUCED
9273 SW 149th Lane TO
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(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

* 2,R, ; ,, Cornertrf Oal'. &f g.Mt)rtl"Sv',it
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.'...$59,500
S3BR!I BA, Orange St. Seller will pay up to
S1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....$99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lots on canal at
Crosby Lake ..............$29,900 & $37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just OffGriffis Loop
................................REDUCED $29,950
* 9.82 acres in Hampton .................$63,830
* 23 acres in Hampton ....................$149,500
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on I acre off
S.R.16 E. Starkc MUST SELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212 sq. ft. Starke .............. $147,200
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq. ft. Starke.........................$149,900


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Fax: 904-964-8628


$/95, deposit $700. Call
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE CH/A, deck, quiet
area, service animals only.
$600/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-284-3310.
3BR/2BA VERY CLEAN,
CH/A, excellent location,
washer/dryer hookup,
$535 + deposit, call 904-
368-0832.
DOUBLEWIDE IN COUN-
TRY, like new, 2006 32 x
70, big yard, dishwasher,
microwave, refrigera-
tor, stove, CH/A and
blins throughout. CR
235 Brooker. $750 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-571-6561 or 352-
468-1093, must see to
appreciate.
2/1 IN RAIFORD ON CR229.
$500/MTH, plus $500/
dep, service animals only.
Call 386-431-1917or 904-
966-1396.
MOBILE HOME 3/1 ON
LAKE, KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS (Clay County)
$550/mth plus deposit.
Call 352-494-0057.
3BR/2BA HOME IN PARK
OF THE PALMS, excel-
lent condition, $825 per
month. Call 352-475-1800
or 352-494-0057.
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $600 per
month, plus security, 352-


475-6260.
STARKE 2/2 OLDER
HOUSE WITH COM-
PUTER ROOM/OFFICE.
CH/A, appliances, newly
renovated and lease re-
quired. First, last and
security. Credit and back-
ground check, $625/mth.
Call 904-259-4126.
FOR RENT-FURNISHED
1/1 cottage $800 per
month, includes all uti-
lites, call Elaine at 904-
966-2937.
$500 DOWN, OWNER Fi-
NANCING. Lakefront
manufactured home on
1/3 acre, $850 per month.
Silver Sands Circle, Key-
stone Heights, FL 32656.
Call 800-813-6180.
51
Lost and Found
LOST CAT Orange Tabby,
long hair, lost in Big Tree
Estates, Oak Leaf Road
Area. Call 352-473-6096
or 386-689-2763.
52
Animals and
Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St. Only $4.75,
including postage. Many.
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from. Call
904-964-5764 for more
information.


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the
Keystone, Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne
Area ranging from $550 to $1,200 per
month. Apartments in Starke starting
at $350 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
Offered by Trevor Waters Realty


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SHIHFZLI AND DACHS-
HUND MIX UPI'PILS,
$150 ClitilUlli a and
Dachslund mixs puppies,
$150 Wood lor sale,
$100/load, oak and pe-
can, you pick up Also,
full blooded Siamese kit-
tens, $100 each, male
and female. parents on
premises Call 386-431-
1404
FREE AKC LAB to good
home Beloved 3 year old
male, trained, excellent
with kids, needs attention
& room to roam. Pos-
sibly 3 year old black lab
companion too Call Ron at
904-382-2999.
FREE SILVER and white kit-
tens to good home Also,
AKc miniature dachsund,
red, 4 month old, $100.
Call 904-368-0591.

53 A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE TO BENEFIT
United Way Friday Nov
7th only, 8am itl 2pm All
clothes 25 cents. Lots of
household items. 1250
Andrews Circle in the
DCF parking lot.
ANNUAL FALL YARD sale
Fri. & Sat. Nov. 7 & 8,
8am until ? Tools, socket
sets wrenches and oth-
ers, toaster oven, clothes,
shoes, pocketbooks, toys
and many other items.
Rain or shine, 7239 SW
CR 229, 3 miles from
Starke. Not responsible
for accidents.
SAT ONLY 8am til 1pm, CR
129 5 miles past Vo-tech,
iqllow signs. 2 gas heat-
ers, clothes and a little bit
of everything.
YARD SALE SATURDAY
8am til ? 301 N. to Cer-
emonial Fire Works, turn
tight on dirt road and go
1 1/4 miles. Turn right
and follow private drive.
4ust follow the signs.
This will be one yard sale
you will not want to miss.
Lots of good stuff. Brand
.)ew home interior (lots
(gAit) still in the box, new
candles, new electric tart
iprners, new gift bas-
kets, TV, bass boat, good
tools, scroll saw, like new
clothes, furniture, floral
supplies, small appli-
-ances, exercise bike, old
pot belly stove and many
other things. Brand new
:Fall & Christmas decora-
lions. Lots of brand new
:and cheap things that
would make great Christ-
.tas gifts.
FRI& SAT 8:30 til 5pm, 3
f. nilies. Warm clothes for
chiildren & adults in many
tizes. Mens wear & suits.


USED'S
APPLIANCE
,-Sales Service
S Nice.selectuio~of
Pre-Owned Retfrigerators
SStarting at $ 165
GREAT FOR -
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
:904-964-2966
355 N Temple Ave Slark,


A variety ot this and that
tlings Four piece couch
soet. polled plants & Rain
Trees, too much to list SR
100 South West, beyond
apartments, follow signs
YARD SALE SAT Nov 8th,
from 7 30til 2pm, in Dollar
General parking lot. Lots
of baby boy clothes from
birth to 12 months and
household items
AMERICAN LEGION AUX-
ILIARY Nov. 7th and 8th,
from 6am til 2pm. 709
Edwards Road
TWO FAMILY yard sale, Fri.
& Sat 8am til ? CR 229
west to NW 77th place
Name brand means, wom-
ens & children clothing
2T and up boys & girls,
dishes, jewelry, tools &
household supplies. Ev-
erything must go
YARD SALE SAT ONLY
8am til 2pm, AAA Bail
Bonds, across from the
courthouse.
2 FAMILY SALE lots of stuff,
continued from last week.
More tools, tires, rims, car
parts, pet supplies, birds,
snakes, fish, clothes,
scrubs, and teen clothes.
Call 352-468-3910, CR
325 Hampton.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY yard
sale. Sat. Nov. 8th, 8am
till ? Furniture, name
brand clothes, household
and lots of misc. 1/4 mile
east of Brad/Union county
line on SR 100.
SAT 8AM TIL ? TV, dryer,
books, clothing, lots of
misc. items. Southeast
SR 100, beside Pine Tree
Inn.
DOLLAR SALE Fri & Sat
8am til ? Off SR 100 on
CR 225. Misc items.
YARD SALE 1504 Raiford
Rd, SR 16, Fri. 3pm to
5pm, Sat. 8am til 12pm.
Clothes, decor, electron-
ics, furniture and more.
HUGE YARD SALE Fri. &
Sat. 8am until 3pm. Furni-
ture, clothes, baby items,
etc. SR 16 to CR 233
West, look for signs.
ANNUAL YARD SALE Fri &
Sat, 11/7 & 11/8, 7:30am
til 2pm. Meadows Dr.
off HWY 16. Members
from 6 families will have
something for everyone.
Furniture, sofa, table,
dining set, floor rugs (all
sizes), country/western
home decor, light fixtures,
linens, quilts, bath ac-
cess, bakeware, Wilton
cake pans, purses, kids
clothes(all sizes), adult
clothes(like new), bikes,
scooters, swing set,
wooden kitchen set, toys,


books, power tools misc
equipment-tools, so much
more
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. noon to 6pm. Satl
8am hi ? 5313 & 5315
CR 352 Antiques, tools.
lawn mower, weed eater,
area rugs, laser printer/
cartridges, videos, scrap
books, linens, clothes and
shoes
HUGE MULTI FAMILY yard
sale, Fri. & Sat 8am til
3:30pm. Furniture, TV's,
welder, toys, video game
system, Disney movies,
cages, boat/trailer and
household items. 5230
Pine St., Hampton, look
for signs.
FRI& SAT 8am til 3pm. Pots,
pans, furniture, clothes,
toys, movies, books and
household items. 2512
SE 150th Street(Wilson
road), behind the hospi-
tal.
53 B
Keystone
Heights Yard
Sales
5 FAMILY YARD SALE 707
SE 50th Street, (352)
473-7271. Tools, linens,
house wares, furniture,
material, yard tools and
retail fixtures. Sat. Nov.
8th, 8am til 5pm, Sunday?
Please call.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS.
LARGE multi-family yard
sale. Furniture, metal file
cabinet, children's clothes
and toys and household
goods. All nice condition.
Sat. 11/8, Take E CR 214
to Monongahela to 5499
Jefferson Street, follow
signs.
MOVING SALE MULTI FAM-
ILY, electronics, computer.
600 SW Dove St. Sat,
11/8, 7:30am until 2pm.
MULTI FAMILY furniture,
small appliances, kitchen
items, clothing, etc. Sat,


Nov 8, 8am hI 1pm 630
SW Naha St. No early
birds
FUNDRASING FOR
ADULTS and children
with mental/physical dis-
abilities Christmas party
from Keystone and Starke
area, items include: indoor
furniture, patio sets, elec-
tronics, X-Box & games,
TV, washer and dryer,
collectibles, a lot of good
and beautiful Christmas
decorations from Disney.
All items in -good work-
ing condition donated
by parents, friends and
relatives. Feel free to call
us to donate items and
we will arrange pick up,
352-473-9012 or 352-
478-9193. Yard sale will
be at 665 SE Heron St,
Keystone Heights, FL,
on 11/6, 7 & 8, from 8am
to 8pm..
ESTATE SALE Thurs. Nov.
6th through Nov. 16th.
8am til 5pm/ 5728 Lisa
Lynn Road, call 352-473-
9494 for directions.
INSIDE GARAGE SALE
Rain or shine, Fri. & Sat
8am til? 5375 CR 352,
Keystone Heights.

53 C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
ESTATE FURNITURE (an-
tiques) 250 SW 9th Ave.
10am til 1 pm, Friday only,
rain or shine.
MOVING SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY, No-
vember 7th and 8th,
8am-2pm. 6337 Semi-
nole St., Kingsley Lake.
Large wooden playset,
household items, clothes,
children's games.

55
Wanted
NEW CONSIGNMENT
STORE OPENING on


US301 South in Starke
A Now Leaf is now taking
consignments Call 904-
964-LEAF for appoint-
ment.
WANTED PINE TREES for
pine straw, slash and long
needle, clean or not. 20
acre minimum, call 386-
364-6516.
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 AND LOVESEAT
BRAND NEW MICRO-
FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
16FT EQUIPMENT TRAIL-
ER, dual axle, fold down
ramps, $900. Call 386-
659-2173 or 386-916-
6585.
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.


Perry Nicula
Cell 904-364-7451


FARM FRESH GREENS,
ALL KINDS. For informa-
lion, call Wayne or Suzie
at 904-964-5456.
BEAUTIFUL STEEL BUILD-
INGS Utillity, Industrial,
Commercial, discounted,
can erect, local consul-
tant, www.scg-grp.com.
Source#OF4. Phone 904-
746-4743.
27 INCH COLOR TV good
picture and sound $65,
call 904-964-5226.
ALUMINUM WHEEL CHAIR
ramps $100. 2 tires like
new 215/60R15 $50. 3
wheel scooter, make offer,
wheel chair lift. Cash only,
call 904-364-7152.
CHRISTMAS TREES 4 or
5 foot, persimmon trees,
different kinds of flowers
and imported day lillies,
collard greens, and veg-
etables available, call
904-504-9025.

59
Personal
Services
CHILDCARE IN MY LAKE
BUTLER HOME. All
hours, all ages. CPR and
first aid certified. Call for
info, 386-496-1062.
PRIVATE CAREGIVER -
RUN ERRANDS, doctors
appointments, can do live-
ins. Excellent references,
25 years experience. Call
Mrs. Billie at 352-475-
3900 or 352-328-1883,
Lake Area.
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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JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $125 and
up Call 904-219-9365
or 904-782-9822.
JP'S DIRT AND TRACTOR
WORK. We haul, fill dirt,
hardpan, topsoil, gravel,
rock, slag. You need
it, we can get it... Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
HOMESTAR FINANCIAL
offers 100% financing,
30-year fixed rate for your
area. Call Gayle at (904)
714-1435.
SISTER'S CLEANING
SERVICE is now offering
openings 1-2 days/wk.
Free estimates. Call today
and join our family. Call
904-368-0591.
FREE SILVER and white kit-
tens to good home. Also,
AKc miniature dachsund,
red, 4 month old, $100.
Call 904-368-0591.
65
Help Wanted
POSTAL JOBS $17.89-
$28.27/HR NOW HIR-
ING. Paid training is pro-
vided. For appointment
and free government job
info, call American As-
sociation of Labor at 913-
599-8226, 24hrs, emp.
serve.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVER
CLASS A OR B CDL.
Clean record. WCC Site
Development, 352-485-
2779.
RN NEEDED FULL TIME.
Every other weekend.
Must be a team player
and pass FDLE back-
ground. Apply in person
at Macclenny Nursing and
Rehab, ask for Sharon.
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


Len Eaves
Cell 352-745-0650


Rd, Slarke, FL 32091,
904-964-6220, DFWP,
EOE.
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
NOW ACCEPTING AP-
PLICATIONS for CNAs for
the 3/11 and 11/7 shifts.
Excellent pay and ben-
efits. Apply in person at
808 S Colley Rd., Starke,
FL 32091,904-964-6220,
DFWP, EOE.
HELP WANTED!!!! Call Da-
vid at 904-594-5849, we
are looking for a very
dependable person to
work in the woods to run
the buncher.
D.O.N.- DIRECTOR over
ER and Med/Surge floor,
current RN licence,, ward
or hospital management
helpful. Teaching and


or supervisory experi-
ence preferred For fur-
ther information, please
visit our websile. www
lakebutlerhospital.com,
386-496-2323 ext, 258.
Fax 386-496-1611. Equal
Opportunity/Drug Free
Workplace.
STAFF NEEDED to work in
Providence and Lake But-
ler area weekends must
have HS diploma/GED,
ability to pass background
screening, 1 yr exp. Pay
range 7.50 call 904-966-
2100.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator I1
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on Hwy 301 HS
diploma required


?Works
Alacdhus/BradfJu r A Canil unit P rtntrxlli

US Census Bureau is looking to hire
Enumeratorrs, Crew Leaders, and Crew
Leader Assitants. They are interviewing and
testing in the Starke FloridaWorks office on
Wednesday's at 10 am and again at 1 pm. You
must bring a valid picture ID and Social
Security card or Birth Certificate with you. 819
S. Walnut St., Starke, FL 904-964-8092.






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FOR SPRING 2009

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Classes met in the evenings 6:30-9:10 Miniumr
requirement is ccrificalion in a legal office area
with three years work experience. A degree in a
related legal field is preferred. Contact Tracy
Hickman at 386-754-4324 or
hicklmant@lakecilcc.ed u lor details
Education Preparation Institute
Master's Degree in Curriculum and liistruction1.
Exceptional Student Education. Reading.
Elementary Education, or a related field required.
Must have a minimum of 18 graduate hours in
teaching and learning courses. Desired
qualifications include reading and/or ESOL
endorsement experience with students ilh special
needs, experience teaching middle or high school
and/or integrated instruction. Contiaci Pamela
Carswell at 386-754-4469 or
cars\wellpanlakecitlcc.dtu for details.
EMT-Basic Lab instructors
State of Florida Palanledic ccrnification with t\o
years experience or EMT cceri!l'cuatiot ith
associates degree required. For more information
or to apply contact the Acadetm, of Allied Health
Programs at allicdhealth 0(0akeciIcc.edii or call
386-754-4362.
Paramedic Instructors
State of Florida Paramedic certification \ith either
live years experience or associates degree with two
years experience required. For more information or
io apply contact the Acadenco'i of Allied Health
Programs at alliedlheallthl(a likecitlcc.edu or call
386- 754-4362. .
Registered Nursing Clinical Instructors -
daytime and evening
Various specialty areas. Masltr's degree in nursing
or bachelor's degree in itnursingl and working on inext
degree. together with two years fIoll-limte experience
in clinical practice required. For mioret information
or to apply contact the Acadetmy of Allied HealhI
Programs at alliedhealth(dlakecilycc.edu or call
386-754-4362.
Health Careers Core daytime class
Associate's degree and work experience in a health
science or medical field required. For more
information or to apply contact the Academyl of
Allied Health Prograims at
alliedhealtlh@lakecitcc.edui or call 386-754-4362.
CNA/Home Health Aide evening/weekend
class PN required. RN preferred. For more
information or to apply contact the Academy of
Allied Health Programs at
alliedhealth@lilakecitycc.edu or call 386-754-4362.
Patient Care Technician evening class
PN required. RN preferred. For more information
or to apply contact the Academy of Allied Health
Programs at alliedhealthC@lakectilcc.edu or call
386-754-4362.
Practical Nursing Clinical Instructors -
daytime and evening
Various specialty areas. Bachelor's degree in
nursing or Associate degree in nursing and working
onil next degree. together with two years Iull-time
experience in clinical practice required. For imore.
information or to apply contact the Acadetmy of
Allied Health Programs at
allicdhealllhlakecitycc.edu or call 386-754-4362.
Human Diseases daytime class
Master's degree with 18 graduate hours in either a
health science or medical field required. For more
information or to apply contact tihe Academi( of
Allied Health Progratms at
alliedhealth@lakecitycc.edu or call 386-754-4362.
CPR and ACLS instructors
American Heart Association instructor certification
required. For more information or to apply contact
the Academy of Allied Health ProgranlIs at
alliedhealth@lakecitycc.edu or call 386-754-4362.

Applicants must provide copy otl'flrin ,scripts. All
foreign transcriptsl/dlegvcs Inusti he submitted with
an ollicial taslashtion ande c'luatioan.
Application available at www.lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by tie Southern Association
of Colleges and Schools
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SSection B: Thursday, November 6, 2008


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



Age doesn't keep Redding from hospitable ways


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Turning 83 was no cause for
celebration as far as Emma
Jean Redding was concerned.
She said it was just another
day, but those w\ho know her
best would disagree with that
sentiment, mainly because they
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If she's not doing something
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Mary Redding said you can
find Emma Jean doing yard
work, climbing up a ladder to
clean out her gutters or
anything else to stay busy. As
daughter Christie Torode put
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We all try to keep up wilh
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Emma Jean thinks of her
mother, who died at the age of
93. She cooked every day,
which helped keep her going,
Emma Jean said.
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Bradford
County to
host 'The
Nutcracker'
To\ soldiers c.me to lil'c.
(;iallt mice go to battle.
Sno\\i lakess dance.' and the
Suear 1'lun F1111 air\ creates
magic.
It's "Nutcra;cker" time!i
Residents of Starke and
surrounding Bradford Count\
\\ill get the opportunity\ to
usher il the holidaN season this
\ ear \\ i th a perflornlance olf
:'The Nulcracker" h\ )ance
Ali\e National Ballet's a\\ard-
\\ inning dancers.
"'This ballet is a \er\ popular
Christmas classic," said
Katlhr n l.ehman, cultural
program coordinator for Santa
Fe College. "It's a sparkling
production with beautiful
costumes and sets, truly an all-
time family favorite. We
scheduled the performance just
before Thanksgiving to kick
off the holiday season."
Presented by SFC Bradford
Art Patrons and funded \\ith a
State of' Florida Touring
(omrnpalny grant, the
performance is scheduled for 2
p.m. Sunday., Nov. 23, at
Bradford High School. Tickets
are available at the Santa Fe
College Andrews Center.
Children and students are free;
regular admission is $5.
Last year. Iance Alive
presented its original
children's ballet. "Lady Bug,
Action Hero," in Starke, and
Dance Theatre of Santa Fe,
SFC's student dance troupe,
performed its annual dance
concert.
"Both were really popular."
Lehman said. "The kids in
Bradford County love it \when
\we bring ballet to Starke."
"The Nutcracker" is a fairy-
tale ballet in two acts, three
scenes. In Western countries.
this ballet has become perhaps
the most popular ballet
performed, especially during
the holidays.
- The ballet kicks off.
Bradford Fest, a series of
community and cultural events
in Starke between November
and February.
Bradford Fest Boots-N-BBQ
and Family Literacy is
scheduled for Feb. 20-21. This
is a sanctioned barbecue
contest for backyard and
professional teams to raise
scholarship funds. It will also


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Lawtey fall
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The annual Lawtey
Community School Fall
Festival wvill take place
Saturday, Nov. 15, from 4-8
p.m. The theme is Pirates and
Princesses.
There will be games,
prizes, bingo, train rides, a
pig race, dessert contest.
wreath auction, etc.
Fried and smoked mullet
dinners, chicken dinners,
pizza, hamburgers and hot
dogs will be available.
All proceeds benefit the
children. Come enjoy the fun.

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Lakes soccer
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Boys' soccer gets its start in
Keystone Heights with the
third annual Twin L.akes
classicc this Saturday, Nov. 8.
Host Keystone Heights is
one of cight teams competing
in the eight-game, pre-scason
tournament.
Action starts at 10 a.m. on
two fields with Keystone
playing Mount )ora and Fort
White playing Middleburg. At
noon, Interlachen plays Palatka
and Crescent City plays
Suwannee. 'The games al 2
p.m. pit Ke\stone against
Middleburg and Mont Dora
against Fort White, while e the 4
p.m. matchups are 'alatlka
against recentnt ('il and
SuiVannee against Interlachecn.


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at various sites in Ilhe
Bradford/I inlion Cointl\ ;ireIws
for thle p)astl to Ncars.
IIINE's staff o raillned
counselors are all voluInteers
anI receive Io slir\ ()or
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SHINE volunteer counselors
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SHINE counseling sen ices to
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In order to more adeqtialel)
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expanding senior population in'
Bradl'ord and Union counties,
SHINE has added t \\o new
counselors to its stalf of
volunteers. JItud Archer and
Margaret Dallon. both of'
Starke. They have successl'tull
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phase-one training, and \\ill be
starting their observalioln and
supervised counseling period
this month at the SHINE
counseling sites in Bradford
('Cont\. 'he\ are to ibe
congratulated for successfully
completing tile course. Acting
SHINE Bradford/I Inion
(ounty local coordinator Bob
Hakes welcomes them to the
group of dedicated volunteers.
The following is the ne\\
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Ilnion (ounty SHINE drop-in
counseling:
Union Count) second
Wednesday of ever) month
from 12:30-2:30 p.m. at the
Inion Count) Public Iibrary,
located at 175 W. Main St. in
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Bradlford County--first and
third Tuesday of \ever month
from 2-4 p.m. at the Bradl'ord
County Health Department,
located at 1801 N. Temple St.
in Starke: second and fourth


T'lursd;i C ol e\er\ onn()llh from
1 3 p).I ;Iat e l hi :idlo 'd
('oiInl\ PIublic I .ibr;i\, located
al -15 6 W. I'r;ll SI. inll Slarke.
1 ;I '\ schl'd u led session
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SilINEl is al\\a\s in rested
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IHowe\er. the state of Florida
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A nionthl\ commitment of 20
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Those interested in
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T [BIRTHS _


Mr. & Mrs. Arthur McNelley

Smith-McNelley
wed Oct. 25
Nicia Smith, daughter of
Brian and Debra Smith of
Melrose. and Arthur
McNell\y .son of Rob\ n Pence
of Flagler Beach \\were married
Saturday. Oct. i. 2 2008. at the
home of the bride's parents in
Melrose.
The bride \\as attired in a
la\endar dress \\ith light and
dark purple flo\\ers. She was
i\ en in marriage by her
parents. Brian and Debra
Smith. Adrienne Jones served
as bridesmaid. She was
dressed in a dark purple dress
\\ith dark and light purple
flo\\ers, matching the bride's.
Destinee McNellev and
Sydney Henderson served as
Ilowver girls. They \\'ere
similarly attired as the bride
and bridesmaid.
The groom \\ore a black
tuxedo with a la\endar bowtie.
Deana Jones served as best
man. He also wore a black
tuxedo with a dark purple
bowtie. Ringbearer was
Zacharia McNelley.
The bride and groom are
graduates of Bradford High.
The ceremony was performed
by Cindy Smith.
A reception followed with
decorations in light and dark
purple coloring.
The wedding cake was a
white cake \\ith purple
flowers.
The couple \\ill reside in
Starke.

I destroy my enemy when
I make him my friend.
Abraham Lincoln
1809-1865, 16th President of
the USA


Ashley Rehberg
and D.J. Hinds


Rehberg, Hinds
to wed Nov. 14
Ashley Nicole Rehberg, of
La\tey, daughter of Lorrie
Lynette Rehberg and Billy
Winfield Rehberg of Starke,
and Dustin Johnson Hinds, son
of Donald Warren Hinds and
Patricia Johnson I linds of
Latee. announce their
engagement and upcoming
mnarriae.
The couple will marry
Friday, Nov. 14, 2008, at 7
p.m. at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. A reception \ill
follow\ All friends and
relatives are invited to attend.
No local invitations will be
senl.
The bride-elect is a 2005
graduate of Bradford I igh and
is attending cosietology
school. The groom-elect is a
2004 graduate of Bradford
High and is employed at AAA
Bail Bonds.

Belmore-
Wainwright
reunion set
Descendants and relatives of
the late Newvnan Crews
Wainwright and Leila Irene
Moody Wainwright will hold
their 47th annual family
reunion Saturday, Nov. 15,
beginning at II a.m.
The reunion will be held in
conjunction with the Belmore-
Harris reunion and will be held
at the home of Gary and Nancy
Crowder in Belmore.
If you need directions,
please call (904) 533-2854 and
ask for Sharon Wainwright.

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Friends and family members
of Essie Maxwell Dye are
invited to attend her 70th
birthday celebration Saturday,
Nov. 29, at 2 p.m. at the Lake
Butler Community Center.
Formal (evening gowns for
the women and tux/suits for
the men) will be the attire for
the celebration.
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283-2035 or e-mail her at
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Editorial/Opinion

Thursday, November 6, 2008 Page 4B


Lawtey rec.
says thank-you
Dear Editor:
I would like to thank
everyone who came out from
all corners of the county to
attend this event. Everyone
who attended made this a great
event and everyone, more so
the children, had a great time.
There was a lot of hard work
that went into the preparation
of this event with the building
still being under construction.


We are very close to the
completion of the building and
are down to the little things
now.
I do want to say with the
greatest appreciation I can
give, a special thanks to the
following volunteers who
showed up to help with the
evening activities. Sabrina and
Randy Roberts, you two have
shown what community
members should be doing for
their community. Michael and
Carrie Broskey, the children


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loved the hay ride, thank you
for the use of your tractor! The
Reynolds family, you all
helped out with everything and
made it a great night. Mae
Gaskins, you made serving
everyone an easy task. Marie
Bruner and Amy Hankerson,
thank you for taking the time
to care for the children in
passing out candy all night
long.
Everyone who donated
candy and cupcakes, we could
not have made it work without
you, and a special thanks to the
Lawtey Police Department for
being on hand to make sure
everything was safe and
successful. We all look
forward to our next gathering
in December for our Christmas
Party and hope that everyone
can take part in that as well.
This Thanksgiving season
we are seeking donations for
the needy and homeless. We
will be collecting canned
goods and non-perishables to
be delivered to the local food
banks.
If you would like to help
those in need, you can make
your donations at the Lawtey
City Hall, Monday Friday, 8-
4.
Thank you again to everyone
for a great Halloween Party.
Shaun Ledman
Lawtey Rec. Chair


Area to host
several events
to observe
Veterans Day
Tlhe cities of Kc\stone
Ileights. Lake Buller aand
Saru'ke \will host Veterans ID)ay
ceremonies this \ear, as will
the (amlp Ilanding Joint
Training (Center.
The day -Tuesday, Nov.
I --gets off to an early start in
Starke and Lake Butler.
Starke's American Legion Post
56, located on Edwards Road
across from the Florida Army
National Guard armory, will
host a breakfast for veterans
and family from 7:30 a.m.
until 9 a.m. Following the
breakfast, a ceremony \ill be
held at Charles J. Schaefer Sr.
Veterans Memorial Park on
East Call Street at 10 a.m.
In Lake Butler, the Union
County High School Junior
Reserve Officer Training
Corps will host a ceremony
beginning at 9:30 a.m. at the
veterans' memorial site on the
grounds of tlie Masonic Iodge
at 325 W. Main St. ('ol. Eric
Nelson, the brother of Union
County High School Principal
Alex Nelson, will be the
featured speaker.
A parade follows the
ceremony at II a.m. It will
start next to the courthouse on
Iake Avenue and proceed \\est
on Main Street, turning lelt on
S.R. 231, crossing S.R. 121
and heading through the bus
ramp at Lake Butler
Elementary School. TIhe
parade will exit the school and
travel on S.R. 121 past Lake


Saluting Our Veterans...
Michael Lawrence Dobbs, 50, and
Arlie J. Dobbs, 77, son and Dad,
graduated from Parris Island, S.C. U.S.
Marines. Arlie served overseas in the
Korean War, 1952-8 yrs. Michael served
in the '70's peacetime.


Butler Middle School, turning
lel oin Ilake Avenue and
concluding at Iakeside Park.
At I I a.m. in Keystone
leiglis, the (Garden (lub of
the Lake and American I.egion
Post 202 will host a ceremony
at the Keystone Heights
('Cmetery G(ary Hampton, the
presidcnl of Rolling Thunder,
chapterr 3, and retired 1t. Col.
Noel Thomas will be the guest
speakers.
The Camp Blanding
Museum and Memorial Park
will be the site of a ceremony
beginning at 2 p.m.

Faith-based
group to
bring monster
trucks to BC
Monsters on a Mission will
be hosting a free monster-truck
event at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds this Saturday and
Sunday, Nov. 7-8, at 7 p.m.
each night.
The event, referred to as an
extreme faith-based
motorsports event, is designed
to encourage community unity,
provide free family
entertainment and share the
message of salvation. Gates
open at 5 p.m. Seating is
limited, but people will be
allowed to bring lawn chairs.

UF/IFAS to
host program
Nov. 13 in
Starke
The Northeast Florida Beef
and Forage Group will host its
upcoming program, "Making
Every Dollar Count:
Government Programs
Available to Agricultural
Producers," at the Bradford
County Extension Office on
Thursday, Nov. 13 from 6 p.m.
until 7:30 p.m.


This program will cover a
variety of topics such as an
overview of the cost-share
opportunities with the iUS)A
Natural Resource Conservation
Service, an overview of
livestock disaster assistance
with the ISIDA Farm Service
Agency and agricultural tax
exemptions. Speakers on this
program include Jill Epley,
UJSDA/NRCS-Lake City,
Brandy Osteen, USIA/FSA-
Gainesville, and Tim Wilson,
Bradford County Extension
director.
Light refreshments will he
served.
To reserve your seat, contact
the Bradford County Extension
Office at (904) 966-6224 by
Monday, Nov. 10. A complete
agenda is 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.


Charles
Jackson
basketball
tourney is
Nov. 27-30
The annual Charles Jackson
Sr. Thanksgiving basketball
tournament is scheduled for
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 27-30,
at the RJ.E. gym at 1080 N.
Pine St.
The eight-team, double-
elimination tournament will tip
off at 7 p.m. each night.
There is a $200 entry fee for
teams interested that must be
paid in full by Saturday, Nov.
15.
For more information,
please call Lamar Hamilton at
(904) 626-9433 or Alica
McMillian at (904) 966-1100.


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CRIME


One arrested
after
domestic
incident
A 33x-ear-old Jacksonville
man was arrested Oct. 30 in
Starke for breaking into a
dwelling on Washington
Street.
Gregory Dwight Walker
was charged with kicking in
the front-door glass and
entering the residence at 3:12
a.m., according to Patrolman
Shawn Brown. Walker then
used the broken glass to stab
one of the victims several
times in the back, Patrolman
Brown said. The victims told
Walker to leave. He first
refused but then left, stabbing
a rear tire of a vehicle
belonging to one of the
victims, Patrolman Brown
said.
When the officer arrived, he
attempted to handcuff Walker,
but Walker pulled away
several times and had to be
taken to the ground to be
handcuffed, Patrolman Brown
said.
The incident was domestic
related, Patrolman Brown
said.
Walker was charged with
aggravated battery with a
deadly weapon, burglary,
trespass, criminal mischief
and resisting an officer
without violence.

Lake Butler
teen arrested
for theft at
Lawtey
school
An 18-year-old Lake Butler
male was charged last week
with breaking into Lawtey
Community School and
stealing computer equipment.
Joshua Allen Ward was
charged with forcing his way
into the school Oct. 28,
Patrolman M.W. Starling said.
Ward removed two complete
computer setups, including
flat-screen monitors,
keyboards and mouse, valued
at $300 or more but less than
$20,000, Patrolman Starling
said. Ward- thTois sojd one of
the computers to 'aalirdividual
for $30, Patrolman Starling
said. That computer was
recovered, Patrolman Starling
said.
Ward was charged with
burglary, grand theft and


dealing in sto nii pIropi'C \,
Patrolman Stirlinc s.:id.
W ard ICrenillIIs 111 i ustl"odk\
under $3)0,000.01 totl hbond.

Duval man
arrested in
Bradford
A 20-yuer-old taickson illc
man was a arrested No\. I in
Bradford (Countii lor
discharging a tirearii in
public.
Benjamin l)anicl Starling
was charged with firing a
9mm semi-automatic pistol
six times in the general
direction of people who were
approximately 50 to 75 feet
away, according to )cputy
Keith Mclnnis. Starling fled
the area, but was followed by
witnesses who telephoned
911.
Starling was located at
Cypress Run boat ramp,
identified and arrested. lie
admitted to firing the pistol al
a tree near other people I'rom
his car. Deputy Mclnnis said.
Bond on the felony offense
was set at $50,000.


Man arrested
for passing
counterfeit
bills
A 23-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested Oct. 22 for
passing counterfeit $20 bills
at Spires Food Store.
Justin Shoumond Johnson
was charged with purchasing
items from the deli
department and giving the
clerk a counterfeit bill,
according to Deputy John
Gootee. During a search of
Johnson, an employment
check in the amount of
$686.46 and a Florida
identification card, both
counterfeit, were found in
Johnson's possession, Deputy
Gootee said.
Johnson stated he received
the bills during a crack
cocaine transaction.
Johnson was charged with
passing counterfeit bank
check, fraud and unauthorized
use or possession of altered
date of birth. Deputy Gootee
said.

Lawtey man
charged with
racing
A 38-year-old Lawtey man
was arrested Oct. 31 by the


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Florida liighwav Patrol for
racing on pLilllic roadway.
Two vehicles seen by the
trooper on Nortlhw'cst 177'''
Avenue were traveling toward
S.R. I 6 side by side at a high
rate of speed, according to
Trooper A. Cummings. While
the trooper was attempting to
overtake the vehicles, the
driver of one vehicle made an
abrupt turn, shutting off the
lights and traveling farther
down an unpaved roadway
and into a private driveway.
When contact was made with
driver James Lewis Jamison,
he stated he did not have a
license, Trooper Cummings
said. Jamison was additionally
charged with driving while
license suspended or revoked
and on a warrant from Putnam
County for failure to pay child
support.
Total bond was set at
$2,500. No information was
available on the second
vehicle that was involved in
the racing. Trooper
('Cuimiin.gs said.



Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by
local law enforcement officers
in Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Sleights area) or Union
County:
Frank Arthur Williams, 41,
of Starke was arrested Nov. I
by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie on a warrant for
home-invasion robbery and
aggravated battery domestic.
Williams was charged by Sgt.
Robert Smith with calling the
victim and threatening to kill
her on Oct. 28. Williams then
when to the victim's home
and yelled for her to come
outside, again stating he was
going to kill her, Sgt. Smith
said. Williams remains in
custody under a $150,000
bond.


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Anita Leach Aguirre, 55, ot
Starke was arrested No\. 2 by
Bradford Deputy i \V.
Melton for battery and
assault. Aguirre was charged
with pushing and scratching
the victim during an
argument. When they wcre
separated, Aguirre threatened
the victim, Deputy Melton
said.
Charlie Lee Jonas Jr., 21, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 27 by
Starke Patrolman Brad Smith
for aggravated domestic
battery. Jonas was charged
with striking the victim
several times in the face. She
suffered a laceration under her
eye, possibly requiring
stitches, Patrolman Smith
said. Jonas was released from
custody after a $25,000 surety
bond was posted.

George Alan Tetstone, 28,
and Nicholas Adam Watts,
both 28 and both of Lake
Butler, were charged Oct. 29
by Union Deputy David
Shane with disorderly conduct
affray. The men were
drinking alcohol and became
involved in a physical fight.
Both men received injuries
but refused medical treatment,
Deputy Shane said. Tetstone
was arrested and taken to jail.
Watts was transported to the
hospital by private vehicle,
Deputy Shane said. Watts was
charged by sworn complaint.
Malcolm Jamal Newby, 23,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct.
29 by Bradford Sgt. Brian
Davis on warrants for sale of
controlled substance within
1,000 feet of a church,
resisting an officer without


violence and possession of a
controlled substance. Newby
was charged with selling .1
gram of crack cocaine to a
confidCntial source of tihe
Starke Police Department for
currency issued earlier,
according to Patrolman P.A.
King. The Oct. I transaction
took place within 1,000 feet
of Church of God by Faith,
Patrolman King said. When
Newby was arrested on Oct.
10, the officer :found crack
cocaine in Newby's vehicle,
according to Sgt. M.D.
Watson. Newby fled on foot
when he realized the officer
had found the cocaine, Sgt.
Watson said. Total bond on
the charges was set at
$126,000.
Javaris Eugene Kates, 18,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 28
for sale of crack cocaine
within 1,000 feet of federal
housing. Kates sold
approximately .1 gram of
crack cocaine to a confidential
source of the Starke Police
Department within a federal
housing facility (T.H.E.
Apartments complex) on Sept.
30, according to Sgt. Richard
Crews. Bond was set at
$50,000.

Dale Vincent Crawford, 48,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 26 by Union Deputy
David Shane for disorderly
intoxication and possession of
marijuana. Deputies found a
large crowd gathered in a
parking lot on Sixth Street
just after midnight. Crawford
was extremely intoxicated and
repeatedly made offensive
remarks to individuals,


Deputy Shane said. Crawford
refused to go into an
apartment and would not stop
yelling, Deputy Shane said.
When he was placed under
arrest, the deputy found a
plastic bag containing a burnt
joint in Crawford's pocket,
Deputy Shane said.
Ryan Dolloff, 28, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. I by Clay
deputies for possession of
cannabis.
Ryan Stanley, 23, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 29 by Clay
deputies for possession of
drug paraphernalia.
Tina Lynn McGee-Collins,
29, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 30 by Bradford Deputy
Aaron Black for failure to
appear for arraignment. She
was released on her own
recognizance.
Lee Verne Tate, 20, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 28 by
Starke Patrolman James
Stutler on a warrant from
Alachua County. He was
released to Alachua
authorities.

Dale Vincent Crawford, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 3 by Union Deputy R. S.
Andrews for failure to appear
felony offense.
Dontrell Juwan Larry, 18,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 23 by Capt. Tomlinson
on a capias for felony battery
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Driver
unknown
in wrecked
vehicle
A 2)000 NissanI was found
early Sulnda\ morning
wegedc bet\\cen the
guardrails of the W\ater Creek
Bridge. east of C.R. 225 in
Bradford County.
'The vehicle ws as stbound
on Northwest 74"' Avenue on
Nov. 2. For unknown reasons,
the vehicle veered sharply to
the right, striking the
guardrail with the right front,
according to Trooper J.M.
Ford. The Nissan then rotated
clockwise and became
wedged. Trooper Ford said.
The driver of the vehicle was
unknown in the crash that
occurred at approximately 2
a.m.
Damage to the vehicle was
$15,000. Damage to the
bridge as $3.000.
As of press time an update
had not been filed as to the
driver of the vehicle.

3 injured
in Oct. 30
Bradford
crash
Three people received
injuries in a crash just before
noon on Oct. 30 in Bradford
County.
A 2000 Nissan pickup truck
driven by Steve Muensterman
was westbound on C.R. 227.
A 1997 Oldsmobile, driven by
Randy A. Busby, was
eastbound on C.R. 227. For
unknown reasons, the pickup
tuck traveled onto the
shoulder and struck a mailbox
before traveling back ontb the
roadway and striking the
Oldsmobile in the left front,
according to Trooper C.A.
Scott.
Muensterman, 54, of
Starke, Busby, 51, of Lake
Geneva and Carolyn
Daugherty, 47, of Starke were
transported to Shands
University of Florida with
serious injuries, Trooper Scott
said. As of press time none of
the three names appeared in
the hospital system.
Both vehicles were listed as
totaled, Trooper Scott said.


CRIME


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:
Shaneria Yvonne Peppers,
20, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 29 by Bradford Sgt.
Robert Lyons on a warrant
from Alachua County for
failure to appear. Peppers was
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was
posted.
Takeirra Lynn Carroll, 20,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 29
by Sgt. Lyons on a warrant
from Alachua County for
failure to appear. A $96 cash
bond was posted for Carroll's
release from custody.

Willie Berry Jr., 58, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. I
by Patrolman King on a
warrant from Clay County for
issuing worthless check. He
was released from custody
after a $250 surety bond was
posted.
John Edward Shaw, 31., of
Ft. Myers was arrested Nov. 3
by Patrolman King on a
warrant from Lee County for
making a false report to
practitioner. Bond was set at
$3,500.
Daniel John Varnes, 30. of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
20 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
violation of probation and
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $2,500.
Paul Andrew Troxelle II,
26, of Middleburg was
arrested Oct. 22 by Union
Deputy John Gootee for
violation of probation. Bond
was set at $10,000.

Traffic
Steven W. Thornton, 30, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 29 by
Bradford Cpl. Thomas Sapp
for fleeing and attempting to


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stop lor the officer and
continued to drive irl a
reckless manner from
Southeast C.R. IOOA to
Southeast Ninth Avenue,
where he finally stopped his
vehicle. He was additionally
charged with driving under
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of the pursuit ranged from 5
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approximately 10 miles, Cpl.
Sapp said. Thornton refused
testing. Total bond was set at
$8,000.
Joseph Thomas Stracner,
29, of Starke was arrested
Oct. 31 by Starke Patrolman
Shawn Brown for driving
while license suspended or
revoked (DWLS) habitual. A
$2,500 surety bond -was
posted for his release from
custody.
Damon Issac Mills, 36 of
Middleburg was arrested Oct.
28 by Hampton officers for
DWLS habitual traffic
offender and possession of a
controlled substance. Surety
bonds totaling $19,500 were
posted for Mills' release from
custody.
Kenneth Douglas
Alsabrook, 34, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 28
by Clay deputies for DUI.
Alsabrook's blood-alcohol
level was .14 percent when
his vehicle was stopped on
S.R. 21.

John Patrick O'Brien II, 38,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 27 by Lawtey Patrolman
Johnny Hernandez for DWLS
with bond set at $2,500.
O'Brien was also charged on
a writ of bodily attachment
from Clay County. HIe may
purge by paying $2,500 on the
writ.

Donald Jason Triplett, 36,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Oct. 28 by Clay
deputies for DWLS
knowingly.

Valarie Christa Cox, 28, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 30 by
Deputy Black for failure to
appear battery and DWLS.
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James Mullis, 54, of
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inspection checkpoints during
November in Bradford and
IUnion( counties ldring the
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Union County
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121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18, S.R.
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231, C.R. 225, C.R. 225. C.R.
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221, Southwest 75th Avenue,
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OBITUARIES


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Robert Allen

Robert Allen
STARKE-Robert Everett Allen
.r., 75, of Starke died Monday,
Nov. 3, 2008 at the Lake City VA
Hospital following an extended
illness.
Born in Long Beach, Miss.. Mr.
Alien was raised in Gainesville
and graduated from Gainesville
High in 1951 and the University
of Florida in 1955, with a degree
in Agricultural Engineering. Mr.
Alien served in the U.S. Army
from 1955-1961. He moved to
Starke in 1966 and was employed
with the State of Florida.
Department of Agriculture as the
manager of the Starke State
Farmers Market from 1966-1998.
He was a member of the First
Baptist churchh of Starke. He was
preceded in death by his father,
Robert Everett Alien Sr., his
mother. Bernice Miller Alien and
a brother, James Raymond Allen.
Survivors include his wife of 53
years. Betty McCallum Allen; a
son Robert Scott Allen (wife
Lorrie) of Starke: daughters Ann
Rvan (husband Ken) of Starke and
1Marion Ka\ Allen of Palm Coast;
six grandchildren. C.K. Ryan.
Lindsay R)an, Krista Smith,
Kaylann Allen. Murphy Allen,
and Parker Alien and five great-
grandchildren, Mason Ryan,
Hayley Ryan. 1T, Jackson and
MacKenzie Smith.
Visitation will be Thursday,
Nov. 6. 6-8 p.m. in the Archie
Tanner Chapel with funeral
services for Mr. Allen to be held
Friday, Nov. 7. 2008, at I1 a.m. at
the First Baptist Church of Starke
with the Reverend Charlie Green
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family
would like donations made to the
First Baptist Church piano fund or
the First United Methodist Church
Children's Program.
Arrangements are under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.



George Parrish
PROVIDENCE-George
"G.W." Washington Parrish, 82,
of Providence died Sunday, Nov.
2, 2008 at Haven Hospice of Lake
City following an extended illness.
Born in Union County, Mr.
Parrish \\as a lifelong resident of
the area where he ewas a farmer.
He worked at the former Sunland
Training Center of Gainesville for
30 years before retirement and
was of the Baptist faith. He was
the son of Willie L. and Linnie
Bell Green Parrish.
Survivors include his wife,
Irene Vanzant Parrish of
Providence; two daughters, Linda
Andrews Scott and Charlotte
Townsend, both of Providence; a
stepdaughter, Mickey Pons of
Newberry; two sons, George
"Bud" Parrish and Don Parrish,
both of Providence; three
stepsons, Tony Bielling of Ft.
White, Tommy Bielling of
Alachua and Toby Bielling of
Santa Ana, Calif.; two sisters,
Bernice Suggs of Lake Butler and
Joyce O'Steen of Glen St. Mary;
70 grandchildren and great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008, at 11 a.m.
in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. Herman Griffin officiating.
Burial will be in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery near Worthington
Springs. The family will receive
friends at Archer Funeral Home
Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests
donations be made to Suwannee
Valley Haven Hospice, 6037 West
U.S. Hwy. 90, Lake City, FL
32024.


Desta Dyal
II\AMNIOl'N I \KI1 Iksla
M unl iel ("a e\ I )\,il, 8,- ofl
nlapllpon I ak diedll Mrni\,
No\. 3, 21)008 at I'.. I. l otrk
I hospice (al ( tIenlli inl
(iaines\ ille.
Born i l Polk ('ounl.\, Mrs. I)\ il
%\ias the daughter o l' Thmas nUtd
Ithel Thompson Casc\ alld \\ias al
longtime resident of 3radford
countyy She retired from Bradford
Furniture, working as Ihe li fl ic
manager and bookkeeper, \\as a
member of the local andl state
Democratic part\, wias on the
Bradford Count\ Ib.ihrar Board,
and a member of the Busilless &
Professional Women' s ('Club.
Survivors include her sons,
'omnmy I)yal of Indiain harbor
Beach, David Dyal of Pensacola;: a
sister, Judy Berard ol Keystoine
Heights; a brother Delbert Case\
of Starke; three grandchildren alnd
two great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held for
Mrs. Dyal at 6 p.m. Thursday,
Nov. 6, 2008 in the DeW\Vitt (.
Jones Chapel. Burial will be
private in Santa Fe ('emelers a ai
later date. The fanuil \\ill recei\
friends from 4-6 p.m. before lthe
funeral service. Arralngement'ls are
under the care of Jones-(iallaglheri
Funeral Home of Starke.


Peter Little
KEYSTONE I llI(il ITS-Peter
Andrew Little, 68, ol Ke\stone
Heights died un\epectedl\ at his
home October 2 1,20)8.
A two-and-a-half \ear resident
of Keystone fleights. Mr. ILitlle
moved to tile area f'roml
Hollywood. He \was forilerly\ a
maintenance machinist mechanic,
truck driver and foreman.
Survivors include his wifc ol 43
years, Sharon; his sons, Kc\ in and
Todd; a daughter, Nicole three
sisters, Sall ('hesterfield. Linda
Freed, and Mar\ Watkins; a
brother, Howard little and one
grandson.
Neptune Societ) of F:lorida of
Ormond Beach handled the
private cremation services. In lieu
of flowers, contributions ma\ be
made to any cardiac foundation of
your choice.

Carol Massey
LAWTEY-Carol Bradley
Massey, 64, of iLaw\tey died
Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2008 at Shands
UF.
Born in laawtev. Mrs. Masse\
was the daughter of R.I.. alnd
Velma Smith Bradle\ and \\as a
longtime resident of the are:' Mrs.
Massey' was of the B aptist faith
and a retired home health aide.
Survivors include her husband,
Spurgcon Masscy of La \\tey: t\wo
-daughters ',Susan, (iro\ cs oft Starke
and Jeannie Wilson of I.a \\lc\;
two sons, Kenin Massey of
Graham and Victor Masses of


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and carcgi\er L.ois Rector of,
Starke: three grandchildren and a;
great-grandchild.
Funerall set\ ices for Mr. lcnle\
\\ill be at II a.m.L Thursday, No\.
6, at St. Mark I tieranl church h ill
\W illis, Va. Burial will be pri\ aitc
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and his wile, ILeonl Virginia
Miller. whom he married ill 1947.
at the parsonage of First Baptist
Church of IDeunliak Sprinlgs.
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Ida Lee Silcox
Oct. II, 1927-Nov. 6, 2003
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and wise, the patience and
forgiveness that is part of
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SI'ARKIL Kalhy Ann Oliver.
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3, 2001 .
\A longlinic resident of Starke,
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Emma Jean Redding (right) gets some assistance from Cookie Mundorff in
preparing a Tuesday night meal.


R DiN though she may not always
RE D IN G know their names-and tell
Sf you who's related to who.
Continued from page 1B "She's got this information
in her head that astounds me,"
friends and friends of friends. Torode said.
"I plan for 20-something," Charles Francis, who served
Emma Jean said. "I haven't as principal during part of the
run out of food yet." time Emma Jean worked at
Family friend Terry Bradford High School, said
Vaughan said Emma Jean Emma Jean was so good at
represents what has become a spotting fake excuses and
dying breed-the true notes from students that they)
Southern Belle. no longer bothered trying to
"She embodies true, use them. Plus, she demanded
Southern hospitality," students' respect and got it.
Vaughan said. "There was a Francis said if a student was
time when neighbors would not respectful or behaving
routinely gather in homes and properly upon entering Emma
enjoy a meal and fellowship. Jean's office, he or she would
Through the years, we have be sent out and required to re-
allowed ourselves to get enter.
caught up in the hectic pace of "She was tough," Francis
life to the point where we often said, "but she was losing and
do not know the person who fair."
lives next door. Emma Jean did know how\ to
"Emma Jean has found a have fun while at work.
\\ay to keep an old, but Torode said her mother and
\ wonderful, tradition alive, other women she worked with
Tuesday nights at Emma at BHS would dress up on days
Jean's are full of love, laughter such as homecoming and
and a spirit of community." Halloween. Among Emma
Just as Emma Jean does not Jean's costumes were a witch,
want any help preparing food, a ghost, an ugly, old man, ET
she does not want any help and coach David Hurse. When
cleaning up. The purpose of she dressed up as the ugly, old
the dinners is to enjoy man, Emma Jean called in to
fellowship. work saying she would be late,
"I don't want them to help then showed up and wandered
me in the kitchen afterward," around campus, with no one
she said. "I just like to sit and knowing who she really w\as.
talk and visit. "She still has all these
Friend Linda Robinson said, costumes," Torode said.
"She wants you to just come It would probably not take
and enjoy." .. much coaxing to persuade
Robins.,Lia part of a groj~l .i.: mma Jean to pul: one of those
of school employees-mostly costumes on today. Mary
retired-that meets monthly to Redding said what the family
"catch up on all the gossip and has learned over the \ears is
stuff," she said. In fact, there that if you dare Emma .lean to
are two different groups of do something, she will be
school employees that meet bound and determined to do it.
monthly to eat and reminisce. "I remember when our boys
Redding worked were teenagers and we lived at
approximately 24 years at Camp Blanding," Mary said.
Bradford High School before "They got her on a tube behind
retiring in 1992. She was in the boat. We all thought she
charge of attendance, ran the would call a halt to the ride
clinic and was responsible for before it started, but not
signing students in and out of Grandma. She rode all the way
school, around Kingsley Lake. I think
"I started down in the old at this time she was in her
'C' building," Emma Jean 70s."
said. "That was the two-story Emma Jean's actions could
building." be due to the fact she grew up
Emma Jean came to know a with.six brothers. She was the
lot of faces in her role as only daughter of Ben and
attendance clerk. In fact, police Flossie Davis. Charlie Davis,
called the school one day to one of her brothers, wrote a
talk to her in regards to a story about her entitled,
teenager who had robbed a "Growing lip in Pensacola." In
convenience store. They it, Davis wrote, "She had the
described the boy to Emma disadvantage of growing lup
Jean, and she knew who it was. among six brothers, which is
Robinson said Emma Jean why she's tough as nails, has
had no trouble keeping up with the energy of 10 women and
students, though she had no always has several projects
computers to assist her. going on at the same lime."
"Miss Redding just knew'," Emmna Jean and her brothers
Robinson said. grew up in PIensacola. She
Even no\\w, Emma Jean can graduated from 'ensacola
recognize former students- High School in 1944- and


married Norman Redding in
1945. Norman radiated Irolm
a Baptist sentinar\ iln Ne\\
Orleans illn 95S.
Norimani,. \ I cnt venltual 1
brouthltl Ir nlla lCeaIt and Ilis
children to Bradford Count\t
wh\\en lie hecanfe the chaplain
at Florida State Prison in 1963,
pastored at sev eral churches in
rural cominuinilies in ILouisiana
and Alabama. As Charlie
Davis wrote in his slor\, "It
took a while e for the skinnl\,
red-headed gal Ifrom ast
Pensacola Heights to gel used
to being paid iln hogs.
chickens, halms. c,'s and other
goodies, but she said lier
freezer was al\wa s filled \\ ill
good food."
Good food is still a part of
Emma Jean's life her family\
and friends will tell \ou. Even
those who don't know her \\ell
have had the chance to taste
her dishes. Torode
remembered how her mother
once remarked to a cashier at
Winn Dixie that she was going
to make potato salad. The
cashier said she liked potato
salad.
"Well, Mom had to take her
a small bowl of potato salad,"
Torode said.
That sums up the type of
person Emma Jean is. She
simply cares about other
people, from sending cards to
every member of her church
on occasions such as birthdays
and anniversaries to making
sometl.inm good for people she
worked with- Francis l,,fo
example," said" 'mma Jean
remembers him every year on
his birthday and Christmas.
"She has brought me a pecan
pie year after year, and they're
delicious," Francis said.
Mary Redding said, "She is
one of tile most hospitable
people I'v e ever seen."


Call before

you cut your

pine trees
1)o not take the decision to
harvest your pine trees lightly.
You have invested a lot of'
money and time into your pine
plantation, so do not take the
first offer to purchase your
pine timber when someone
knocks on your door without
knowing its value.
SThe price of pulpwood has
been up for the last six months
or so and there have been
many timber sales lately as a
result. Many of these sales
have been profitable to
landowners while others were
not. As a timber seller, which
outcome you experience
depends on your prior
knowledge of your particular
situation. Things you need to
know beforehand are what the
market is doing, how much
timber volume in each product
class you have to sell, how
many buyers you should invite
to bid on the wood, and how
the time of year will affect
your sale. Depending on your
situation, these and more
questions may need to be
answered in order for you to
get the best deal on your
timber.
The only person responsible
for the price you get for your
timber is you. If you are not a
timber buyer or consulting
forester, there is a good chance
that you need some advice.
Advice can come form a few
sources. You can contact
Bradford County Forester
Nicole Howard, and she can
give you many of the answers
you will need prior to
conducting your sale, or you
can ask for a list of consulting
foresters.
Consulting foresters can
give advice and/or conduct
\our sale for you. Howard
suggests using a consulting
forester for larger sales
because their knowledge of
current timber prices and local
market trends, as well as
ability to provide detailed
timber volume estimations,
will likely increase your sale
price by more than what they
will charge you to perform this
service. This is not a
guarantee, so you may wish to
comparative shop or ask for
references.
Once you have the
knowledge you need and you
are ready to sell, do not take'
only one bid. -You can *ask the,
county forester for a list of
timber buyers in the area and
send every one of them an
invitation to bid, if you choose
to do so. That will serve to
solicit competitive bids from
many buyers and help weed
out the bad offers.
Timber is sold in two types
of measurements: by volume
in cords and by weight in tons.


At present, the latter is the
more common measurement
used for marketing timber.
Nonetheless, there are about
2.5 tons for every cord. If
pulpwood timber is selling for
$ 10 per ton and you are quoted
a price of $10 per cord for this
product class, you have been
quoted less than half of what
the timber is worth. Please
keep this in mind.
"As the Bradford County
Forester working for the
Florida Division of Forestry, it
is my job to give all forest
landowners in Bradford
County technical advice and
assistance for the management
of their forest land," Howard


said. "If you have questions
regarding the sale of your
timber or any other forest
management activities, feel
free to contact me."
You can reach Howard at
(904) 964-2461. Her e-mail is
howardniiTdoacs.state fl.us.
If you have timberland in
Union County, you can contact
Union County Forester Jay
Tucker at (386) 496-2190, or
send e-mail to
tuckerji( doacs.state.fl.us.
There are also other
resources for forest
landowners at
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Woman's Club
to sponsor
food drive
t:\ cr one is invited to attend
the \Womnan's Club Fundraiser
to benefit the Food Panitr
Saturday Nov. 8, at 6 p.m. at
the clubhouse. Enloy
entertainment and pizza. I)on't
forge: to bring tie food
donation.
Tlhe W'oman's Club
luncheon 'will be an event of
Wed., Nov. 12. Social hour
\\ill be at 1 1:30. lunch at 12
noon. Arley McRae \ill
present the program.
R.S.V.P. for lunch.

Swine
Association
to meet
Nov. 10
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will meet Monday,
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. at Southside
Elementary School in Starke.
During the meeting, a
speaker will provide
information for pig selection
and nutrition.
All meetings are mandatory.

Nov. 15
marks Starke
Kiwanis slab
of ribs sale
The Kiwanis Club of
Starke's annual sale of slabs of
ribs will take place Saturday,
Nov. 15, at Community State
Bank in Starke.
Slabs are $16 and \\ill be
available for pickup between
11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased at Sporting


(Chance, l)enmark Furniture or
ai\ ilentber of the Ki\w'anis
(Club of Starke.

UMW annual
bazaar set
for Nov. 20
United Methodist Women of
Starke First Church are busily
preparing for the annual bazaar.
On Thursday, Nov. 20, from
S a.m. until 8 p.m., the
fellowship hall will be
decorated in a festive manner
for your shopping pleasure. All
of the favorites will be included
this year with several new
items.
There will be many special
Christmas ornaments, wreaths
and decorations, as well as
decorations for fall and other
seasons.
The bakery area will feature
pies, cakes, cookies and
candies. In the same area,
shoppers will find home-canned
jellies, jams, pickled items and
specialty mixes.
Nancy Roberts will once
again display her stained-glass
ornaments created fiom the old
church windows (and other
glass), all for sale at modest
prices.
The ongoing project of
Methodist knives (Rada) will
also be available.
Hand-painted silk scarfs and
ties, pillows, Christmas
stockings and other gift items
will be on display during the
event.
A special dinner will be
served from 5-7 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased for a $10
donation from any UMW
member or the church office.
A light lunch will be
available during the noon hour.
Come relax, shop and enjoy
the fellowship.
Proceeds from the bazaar, as


always, will be used for UIMW
mission projects.

Local theater
group
presents 'A
Bad Year for
Tomatoes'
The lake Region
('ommuunity Theatre presents
"A Bad Year for Tomatoes," a
comed hb\ John Patrick, on six
dates this month at the
theater's location (across from
Showcase Ad\ertising) at 218
S.E. Walnut St. in Starke.
Fed up with the pressures
and demands of her acting
career, the famous Myra
Marlow\e leases a house in the
tiny New England hamlet of
Beaver Haven and settles
down to write her
autobiography. She is
successful in lurnling aside the
offers pressed upon her by her
long-time agent, but dealing
with her nosy neighbors is a
different matter. In an attempt
to shoo them a\lay and gain
some priv'ac, Myra invents a
mad, homicidal sister \\ho is
kept locked in an upstairs
room, but who occasionally
escapes long enough to scare
off uninvited visitors.
The ruse works \well at first,
but complications result when
the local haInd'Imanl develops
an affection for "Sister Sadie"
and the nos) neighbors decide
it is their Christian duty to save
the poor, demented Sadie's
soul.
Performances are scheduled
for 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14,
Saturday. Nov. 15. Friday,
Nov. 21, and Saturday, Nov.
22, as well as at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, Nov. 16, and Sunday,


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$12 for adults and $10 for
children.
Seating is limited, so
reservations are recoInlllended.
Reservations imay he made b\
calling lie bos office al (3.2)
226 408(2. Ica\c a message
anid someone will return your
call. Matercard and Visa are
accepted.
Lake Region Community
Theatre Inc. is a 501C-3 not-
for-profit corporation.

Fishing
tourney to
benefit KHHS
girls'
basketball
The Keystone Heights High


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School girls' hasketall
prograin is hosting a
fundraising fishing tournament
No\. 22 oil Sanla I-e I.ake.
The first-cver event starts at
safe light at the 21 hboal ramp
and lasts until I 1:30 a.m .
I'rices are (hascdl on 30 boats
at $40 per hIoat) $390 for first
place, $150 for second place
and $60 for third place. There
is a big bass prize of $300.
Other prizes include fishing
tackle and gift cards.
The total entry fee is $50,
which includes $10 that will
go toward the big bass prize.
Lunch will be provided.
For more about this
tournament and its rules, pick
up an application at Keystone
Heights Jr.-Sr. High School,
Keystone Heights Elementary
School or Bald Eagle Bait and
Tackle, or call Jessica Carter at
258-4207.


Pop Warner
poker tourney
to help
cheerleaders
The Bradford County Pop
Warner Association will be
holding a Texas hold 'em
poker tournament on Friday,
Nov. 14, at the Bradford
County Fairgrounds to raise
funds for the JPW cheerleaders
to attend the regional
cheerleading competition.
Registration begins at 6:30
p.m., with the tournament
scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
The buy-in is $50.
For more information,
please call Braxton Britt or
Dana Britt at (904) 964-2226.


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eek are not eligible to win
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2 When picking up inningng. the
\winner will ha3e his or her
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3. Entry must be on an official
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Page 10B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Nov. 6, 2008


'Canes bounce back to end season with win over Keystone


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
/'clgrph'l Suli//t l'rift'r
The\ did not get tlhe
conference championship the\
w\ anled, but the Bradford
Middle School Hurricales did
finish this ar's's football
season b\ goillg 3-0 againstt
\\hat the\ consider their big
three rivals after defeating
Keystone Heights 34-22 on
(ct. 28.
"We had a good year,'
coach Anthon Mc(allum
said, not just of his team's
overall record, hut because the
team recorded wins over
Keystone, I.ake Butler and
Williston.
Bradford finished with a 4-3
record when factoring in the
14-12 loss to Chiefland in the
Suwannee Middle School
Athletic Conference
championship game on Oct.
21. Chiefland defeated the
Hurricanes by a two-point
margin during the regular
season, too.
Coach Jose Corona said
mental errors hurt the


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Keystone Heights dominated
its first five opponents, but a
perfect record was not to be
after a 34-22 loss to Bradford
to close out the junior high
football season.
Still, a 5-1 season is pretty
good. Head coach John Mimbs
said this year's group of
eighth-graders was probably
the best he's ever had. The
players were mature and
bonded as a team right off the
bat.
"This was a very special
team," Mimbs said.
Credit for this year's success
also goes to the assistant
coaches, Mimbs said. After
having just two coaches last
year, Keystone had four this
year. Joining Mimbs were
Brad Harvey, Peyton Phillips
and Chris Webster.
"The addition of those guys
made my coaching so much
easier this year," Mimbs said.
Keystone's five wins were
by, a combined score of 183-
31' Only seven of those 31
points scored by opponents
were allowed' by Keystone's
defense.
Leading the offense was
eighth-grade running back
Alex Gonzalez, who had 13
touchdowns, while also adding
another three on kickoff
returns and one on a punt
return. Mimbs said Gonzalez is
the "real deal" and the fastest
eighth-grader he's ever
coached.
"He was my All-American
guy," Mimbs said.
An offensive line consisting
of all eighth-graders paved the
way for Gonzalez. Two
linemen who showed
tremendous improvement this
season were Lorenzo Davis
and Trevor Pass. Davis is just
5-11, 260, but "loves to hit,"
Mimbs said. Pass, after not
playing much last year, never
left the field, contributing not
just on offense but also on
defense as a linebacker.
Eighth-grade quarterback
Robbie Davis was a quiet
leader who ran the offense
well, Mimbs said. Davis threw
four touchdown passes and had
no interceptions.
Defensively, Gonzalez led
the team in tackles, while also
scoring on two interception
returns.
Scoring was not out of the
ordinary for the defense. In
fact, in a 48-6 win over
Baldwin, the defense scored 28
points in the first half. The



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1H urricanes in lthe
championship gamel., but
Mc('allum atdded."We were C ill
it 'til the end."
IPhillip James had a
toulchdnlow run in thlie los,
\while D)con Aldridge had a
touchdown \n reception.
In lthe rebound win against
Ke stone, quarterback )Deaintre
Burch had twvo Ioulhdo\w n
passes and one touchdown n run.
"Basicall,. he just
dominated the game,"
McCallum said.
James caught one ofl' 1urhl's
touchdown passes while e also
adding a touchdown run.
James made his mark on
defense, too, \\ith six tackles
and t\\o quarterback sacks.
"He was all over the place."
McCallum said.
For the season, Bradford's
offense generated 1,400
rushing yards and 20
touchdowns. Burch rushed for
682 yards on 51 carries with
eight touchdowns. He also
threw four touchdown passes.
. BJ. McNeal rushed for 495
yards on 54 carries.


offense had just three
possessions in the half.
"I couldn't get my offense
on the field that day," Mimbs
said.
The defense did give the
offense many opportunities,
though. In a 36-6 win over
Bronson, the offense was able
to score three touchdowns in
the first three minutes because
of how quickly the Indians
were able to get the ball after
dominating defensive play.
Tucker Bracewell, Garrett
McGee and Ben Pickett were
other defensive leaders this
season.


McCallumn said right guard
Preston Welch \\as the anchor
of the offensive line that pa\ ed
Ilte \\wa for so manl rushing
Shards.
"We like to ruin the ball
behind him if \\we can,"
McCallum said of Welch prior
to the team's game against
'hifland for Ithe conference
championship.
)Defensively, the Hurricanes
made more than 235 tackles,
led by McNeal's 40. Double-
digit tacklers also included
Aldridge, L.aqwan Frazier,
Cody Hankerson and Justin
McBride.
Prior to the conference
championship game, the
Hurricanes had shut out their
opponents in 18 of the 20
quarters played. Corona
credited the success to a group
of players who were coachahle
and did a good job of
maintaining their assignments.
Bradford defeated Williston
22-0, Lake Butler 26-0 and
Fort White 36-6 prior to the
conference championship
game. The Hurricanes had a


Keystone opened the season
with the wins over Bronson
and Baldwin. The Indians
See INDIANS, p. 12B


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28 20 loss to Ruth Rains after
\iving iup 28 points in the third
quarter, while their first loss to
('hicflaniid \as by a score of 8-
6. The loss to ('hiefland
ocCTcrredl despite a sliilotll
recorded by\ the defense.
(hiefland's lone score came


on a fuill bl I rclu l ii.
McCallui said lie ndi tlhe
Bradford coaches look forwlard
Io llthe continued gromith of Ithe
program. The Hurricanes won
three games Ito ;ears ago aiidl
look to build upon this year's
lour-win seasoii \\ith rising


cigllith-raders such as Cody
Iias, Zach DeWitt, Kenny
Dinkins, Jose (onzalez,
Quarmaine Smith and Carson
Yowell. Dinkins led the team
il I\\o categories this year:
touchdown receptions (2) and
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Indians defeat Wildcats to


claim district championship


BY CLIFF SMELLY
Tetlegr'/,ap Staff I 'riter
Facing a 2-1 deficit against
last .ear's District 6-3A
champion, the Key stone
Heights volle hall team \\as
able to win two straight games
to defeat Pierson Ta\lor 3-2
and win this Near's
championship, which was
prayed Oct. 30 in Lake Butler.
The top-seeded Indians (19-
8 prior to Nov. 5) wVon the first
game of the match 25-22, but
then lost 25-23 and 30-28.
They rebounded to win the
fourth game 31-29 before
closing out the match with a
15-10 win.
"The girls have really
stepped up) this last part of the
season," Keystone head coach
Belinda Smith said. "They are
working very well together and
playing great."
Carey Taylor and Shannon
Gray had II and 10 kills,
respectively, while Gray also
added 16 service points, five of
which were aces. The offense
also benefited from Katie
McCollum's 31 assists.
Defensively, Maranda Gibbs
had 26 digs, while Morgan
Maxwell had nine blocks.
Keystone hosted Fort White
(16-1 1) in the regional
quarterfinals Nov. 5. If the
Indians won, they will advance
to the semifinals on Tuesday,
Nov. 11, and host either
District 5 champ P.K. Yonge
(21-6) or Pierson Taylor (16-9)
at 7 p.m.
Smith acknowledged every
match from here on out will be
competitive, but she thinks the
fact the Indians played games
in the district championship
match that went to 29 and 30
points will have a beneficial
effect.
"The girls have confidence
that no matter what, they can
come back and win," Smith
said.
This marks the third year out
of the past four that the Indians
have qualified for the regional
playoffs. (They failed to
qualify last year after they
were eliminated in the
semifinals of the District 6
tournament.) They did so by
'defeating Crescent City 3-0
(25-19, 25-21, 25-17) in the



Br~afatoE '-

defense

shines on

homecoming

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Seniors Gerald Goodman
and Charles Jones made their
last-ever home game one to
remember as their efforts
helped the Bradford football
team defeat District 3-2A
opponent Interlachen 28-6 on
Oct. 31.
Goodman, who was one of
two backs to eclipse 100 yards
(Donelle Williams was the
other), was the go-to-guy
inside the 10, scoring all four
touchdowns on runs of 2, 3, 4
and 8 yards.
Jones, meanwhile, was part
of a defensive effort that held
the winless Rams (0-8, 0-6 in
District 3) to minus-yards in
the second half and forced five
turnovers. Jones had two of
those turnovers on
interceptions, moving him into
a tie for second place in school
history for interceptions in a
season with eight.
"The kids were fired up,
obviously," Bradford head
coach Steve Hoard said. "It
was the seniors' last game at
Bradford High School."
The last two weeks have
been special for the seniors
and the entire team as the
Tornadoes (3-5, 3-3) have now
won two straight. What has
been encouraging during those
two wins is the fact that
Bradford scored a total of 61
points. The Tornadoes scored
54 points in their previous six
games.
Hoard said the offensive
line, which was inexperienced
to start the season, had its best
game against Interlachen as it
paved the way for two 100-
yard rushers. (The Tornadocs
would've had twio other
players with more than 70
yards rushing each if not for
the fact that penalties negated
long runs by Reggie Tlhomas


and lTrc Winkler.)
"It shows you we're finding
ourselves offensively now,
Hoard said.
Defensively, Bradford made
its presence felt right off the
bat, forcing turnovers on
Interlachen's first three


See BHS, p. 12B


Maranda Gibbs
(foreground)
had 39 digs in
two District 6-
3A tournament
matches for
Keystone.


district semifinals on Oct. 28.
Gray, as she did against
Pierson Taylor, ledl the team in
service points and aces with 12
and five, respectively, \while
McCollum notched 20 assists.


The kills leaders were Taylor
with nine and Chelsea Cravey
and Katie Haston with six
apiece. Gibbs and Ryan Story
had 13 and eight digs,
respectively.


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Tigers hold on

last play for

35-28 win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The defense bent, but when
the Union County' football
team had to make a stop, it did,
stopping visiting Dixie County
shy of the goal line on the last
play of the game to preserve a
35-28 win on Oct. 31.
Union (5-3) built a three
touchdown-lead, only to watch
the Bears get two scores from
standout running back Rodney
Scott, an Auburn commitment.
Scott's 45-yard touchdown run
pulled his team to within 35-
28. Later, with time running
out, he had a run to the Union
5-yard line before being
brought down by defenders
Lonnie Gosha and Aaron
McRae. With less than 20
seconds remaining, the Bears
ran another play, but the Union
defense made the stop at the 1-
yard line. The Bears were
unable to run another play.
Dixie (3-6) gave the Tigers a
battle for most of the game.
The Bears had the first score of
the game, but Union was able
to eventually answer, getting a
4-yard touchdown run from
Deven Perry to knot the score
at 7-all.
Brodie Ellis gave the Tigers
their first lead of the game by
turning in plays on both sides
of the ball. He recovered a
Scott fumble, then scored on a
33-yard pass play from
quarterback Chris Alexander.


Najeeb Smith
carries the ball
for the Tigers in
their win over
Dixie County.
He led the team
with 105
rushing yards
and scored
Union's last
touchdown.








Dixie came back to tie the
game in the second quarter,
getting a 2-yard touchdown
run from Scott, but the Tigers
were able to build a 14-point
halftime lead.
Perry set the Tigers up for
their third score, when he had
a 45-yard run to the Dixie 8.
Justin Tyson scored the first of
his two touchdowns from there
to put Union up 21-7 with 5:32
remaining in the first half.
Union's defense came up
with several big plays on the
ensuing series. Bryan Holmes
and Kendall Wright broke up a
deep pass to Scott before the
Tigers regained possession of
the ball after a Bears fumble.
Perry, again, put the Tigers
in scoring position with just
more than 20 seconds
remaining before halftime. His
run to the Dixie 6 set up
another Tyson touchdown run.
Union extended its lead to
21 points in the third quarter.
Jordan Williams gained
several first downs on pass
receptions, including one of 30
yards, before Najeeb Smith
found the end zone on a 7-yard
run, making the score 35-14.
Smith finished with 105
yards on 11 carries, while
Perry added 72 yards on 12
carries.
Alexander completed II-of-
17 passes for 141 yards and no
interceptions, His favorite
targets were Holmes (four
receptions for 52 yards) and
Williams (3-47).
The Tigers host District 4-
2B opponent Chiefland Friday,
Nov.7, at 7:30 p.m.
Union County Times staff


writer Teresa Stone Ir-win
provided the inf/orimationl. fior
this story.


Yulee hands

Indians third

straight loss

BY ARNIE HARRIS
7T'leg'racph SiJiff Writer
Penalties and turnovers
made for a dreadful Halloweepj
night for the Keystone Heights
football team, \which suffered a
21-0 shutout at the hands of
District 3-2A opponent Yulee.
Keystone was not only held
to just 139 yards offensively,
but coughed up the ball four
times. Head coach Chuck
Iickinson said his team also
committed approximately six
costly penalties.
The Indians (2-6, 2-4 in
District 3) needed to win to at
least finish .500 this season.
Now, Keystone will finish
with its first losing season
since 2003.
Keystone began the game
w ith a long, time-consuming
drive behind the running of
Tlhomas Ricketts and Marcel
Robinson. However, once the
Indians reached the Yulee 10-
yard line, the drive stalled as
they turned the hall over on
downs.
At that point, late in the first
quarter, the Hornets (4-4, 3-3)
commenced a long drive of
their own, which bore fruit at
the 7:32 mark of the second
quarter when Jonathan Knaus
scored from the I-yard line for
a 7-0 lead.
In the second half,
Keystone had its first drive
stopped in its tracks when
YuIle's Demetrius Small
picked off the first of tvwo
interceptions deep in Keystone
territory. The Hornets drove to
the 3-yard line. where running
back Justin Miller got the call
and carried the ball into the
end zone, putting Yulee up 14-
0 with 6:1 1 to play in the third
quarter.
A bid to narrow the margin
to seven w\as thwarted when a
40-yard screen pass play was
nullified by a holding penalty.
Making matters worse, the
Indians fumbled the ball away
at the Yulee 35. Small made
the reco ery for the Hornets.
LIater, Yulee again
capitalized on an interception,
which was made by Robert
Culpepper. The Hornets drove
to the Keystone 3, from where
running back Kentral Edwards


carried the ball into the end
zone at the 5:02 mark of lthe
fourth quarter.
Keystone wraps up district
play when it hosts Bradford


BHS
Continued from page 11B

possessions. Casey Hines
recovered a fumble on the first
possession, while Jones made
the first of his two
interceptions on the second.
Bradford's offense did not take
advantage of the turnovers,
though, until Adrian Mosley
recovered a fumble caused by
teammate Isaiah Jenkins on the
Ram's third possession.
Mosley's recovery gave the
Tornadoes the ball at midfield.
Williams had a 16-yard
reception on first down and
later converted a third-and-I
play with a 6-yard run to the
Interlachen 19. Goodman was
dropped for a loss on the
subsequent first-down play,
but followed that up with a 17-
yard run to the 3. That set up
his own touchdown run which,
with Erik Burnal's PAT,, put
the Tornadoes up 7-0 with
1:28 to play in the first quarter.
Williams put the Tornadoes
in scoring position on their
next drive when he broke free
for a 58-yard run to the
Interlachen 26. A quarterback
sack of Winkler pushed
Bradford back 8 yards, but
Thomas appeared to have a
touchdown on an end around
play on third-and-18. The
score was called back due to a
holding penalty. Bradford later
turned the ball over, which
resulted in a score for the
Rams. Quell Brown stepped in
front of h Winkler pass and
returned it 92 yards for a
touchdown at the 7:31 mark of
the second quarter. Bradford
blocked the PAT to preserve a
one-point lead.
Thomas had another
touchdown called back
because of a penalty onil a 61-
yard run on the ensuing series.
but the end result \\as a first


INDIANS
Continued from page 10B

followed those up by defeating
Wilkinson 20-7, Oak Hall 43-6
and Fort White 36-6.
In the loss to Bradford,
Keystone fell behind 8-0. but


this Friday, Nov. 7, at 7:30
p.m.
Thanks...
Iickinson extended his


down at thlie Interlachen 34.
The drive stalled, though,
when Bradford turned the ball
over on downs.
The Tornadoes would
extend their slim lead prior to
halftime on their next
possession. A 16-yard
reception by Tramaine Harris
and 11-yard run by Ishiam
Carter was two of the key
plays on the 60-yard drive.
Carter's run set up a first down
at the Interlachen 13. Williams
followed that with a 5-yard run
before Winkler intentionally
spiked the ball to kill the clock
with 27 seconds on the clock.
Goodman, on the next play,
swept around left end for an 8-
yard touchdown and a 14-6
lead.
Interlachen's Brown, from
the quarterback position, had a
24-yard run to the Bradford 31,
setting the Rams up for a 48-
yard field-goal attempt with.
one second remaining before
the half. The kick was blocked.
That was the last time the
Rams drove past midfield,
though they did gain
possession of the ball at the
Bradford 8 after Jamel
Leonard blocked a punt. The
Tornadoes held the Rams to
minus-16 yards in the second
half. Brown, who rushed for
78 yards in the first half, was
held to minus-17 in the second.
Making such plays to keep him
in check were Jarrod Jackson,
who sacked him for a loss of
17 yards, and Alex Orozco,
w\ho tripped him up in the open.
field to limit a potential big
gain to just 1 yard.
Bradford, itself, did not
generate much offensively to


came right back and tied the
game when Gonzalez returned
Bradford's ensuing kickoff 65
yards for a touchdown.
The Indians, trailing 14-8,
stopped Bradford after the
Hurricanes had a first-and-goal
at the 5 late in the first half.
However, Keystone, after
Bradford turned the ball over


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start the second half, but the
Tornadoes did finally score in
the fourth quarter following a
shanked punt by the Rams.
That enabled the Tornadoes to
start a drive at the Interlachen
25. Five plays later, Goodman
had his third score of the night
on a 2-yard run.
On the Rams' first play from
scrimmage following the
score, Jones picked off his
second pass, putting him just
two behind the school record
shared by Bill Adams and
Traavis Chandler.
Bradford's offense failed to
do anything after the turnover,
though, going three-and-out.
Leonard blocked the punt,
setting the Interlachen offense
up with its best opportunity of
the game-at the 8-yard line
with 9:31 to play. The Rams,
though, lost 2 yards on two
plays before Brown coughed
the ball up, which was
recovered by Bradford's CJ.
Covington.
Winkler, on .the ensuing
series, scored on p 72-yard run,
but a holding call nullified the
touchdown. The Tornadoes
had better luck on their next
series, which began at the
Interlachen 37 following a
failed fake-print attempt.
Thomas and Williams had runs
of 16 and 13 yards,
respectively, setting Goodman
up for a 4-yard touchdown run
with 38 seconds left in the
game. Burnal added his fourth
PAT to remain perfect for the
game.
Bradford wraps up district
play this Friday, Nov. 7, on the
road against Keystone Heights
at 7:30 p.m.


on downs, fumbled, which led
to a Bradford score with less
than a minute remaining in the
half.
Mimbs said Bradford was
the biggest team Keystone
faced this season. The
Hurricanes' combination of
size and speed was tough to
deal with, he said.
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What a difference. 1





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I would like to express my appreciation to the citizens

of Bradford and Union Counties fo-r giving me the

opportunity to serve you in the Florida I louse of

Representatives. My family and I consider it an honor for

which we will be eternally grateful.


SThanks for

Eight great

\ years,





*. \Aaron Bean,
-"" ... State Representative


Not Paid For at Taxpayer's Expense
,


The measure of a man is the way he
bears up under misfortune.
Plutarch 46-120 AD, Greek Essayist,
Biographer.
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