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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla
Publication Date: November 13, 2008
Copyright Date: 2009
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Effective
immediately:
All articles and community
announcements submitted
to the Times for free
publication must be in
our office no later than
Monday at 5 p.m. for same
week publication. We
prefer items to be e-mailed
to uctimes@windstream.
net. Items can also be left
in our mail slot located
on the side of the Roberts
Insurance/Union County
Times building located at
125 E. Main St. Please
include a contact name
and phone number.

Chicken
dinner
fundraiser
held again
Friday
Due to the overwhelming
response from the
community, the Big red
Christmas Drive will again
sell smoked chicken dinners
serviced with dressing, corn
casserole, green beans and
a roll at Sprinkje Field on
Firday, N.ov. 14, beginning
at 11 a.m. Dinner plates ar
$5 per person. Call your
order in early at (352) 494-
3320.

Health Fair
Friday
The Union County Health
Fair will be Friday, Nov.
14, from 9 a.m. 1 p.m. at
Lake Butler Hospital. There
will be free screenings,
prizes and more! For more
information, please call
(386) 496-2323 ext. 228.


Project Grad
Parents of seniors in the
class of 2009 are urged to
attend the next Project Grad
meeting on Thursday, Nov.
13, (today) at 7 p.m. in
Marcie Tucker's classroom
at Lake Butler Middle
School. Several volunteers
-are still needed for the
-event.


-Tiger Idol
tonight
Show two of Tiger
rIdol will be held tonight,
-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, Melissa
Brown, Marissa Chiminto,
Mia Chisolm, Kala Hartley,
Hunter Hughes, Evan Long,
Britney Prezkop, Lounetta
Watkins, Camryn Wessner
and Steven Wilburn.



Behavior
911 meeting
tonight
All interested parents
are invited to attend a free
seminar with guest speaker
Cindy Lanzer tonight,
Thursday, Nov. 13, from
6-7:30 p.m. in the Union
County School Board
district office meeting room.
Parents can learn how to
do such things as behave
in ways that encourage
positive behavior from
your child, calm yourself to
help your child learn, stay
connected with your child
and clarifying your focus on
positive behavior.


U N I1ON Pavilion to
serve as a rest
Butler,1. Fastation along
the Palatka to
ZLake Butler
state trail
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer
On Oct. 31, the city of Lake
Butler held, a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at the opening of the
4 union Depot Pavilion, located
i i nemt to city hall.
The pavilion was built by
Richard O. Tillis Construction
Using a $200,000 grant from the
Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program. The city
anticipates the pavilion will
sen e as a public rest station
along the Florida's Rails to
Trails project now making its
waN to Lake Butler.
The Palatka to Lake Butler
State Trail will be located along
the former Norfolk-Southern
Railroad right-of-way, and will
be constructed on top of the
existing abandoned railroad
bed.
Pictured left to right are: Lake Bulter City Manager John Berchtold, city commissioners Fletcher Myers, Ray The pavilion complements the
Crawford, Brantley Crawford, Vice-Mayor Scott Cason along with DeAnna Adams, Pam Whittle, Amber Roberts- existing exercise and stretching
Crawford and Susan Brown with the North Florida Regional Chamber of Commerce and Dale Tillis and Richard equipment that was provided
Tillis of Richard O. Tillis Construction. by an earlier grant received
by the Union County Health
Department.
The 1,200
square-foot
pavilion was
designed to
.. replicate the
original Union
I l Depot train
*' station from the
1800s that once
stood on the
site. The two-
.l~ .:-.----story interior
S of the pavilion
is covered with
.i "" beautiful pine-
beaded tongue
and groove
wood panels.
During the
ribbon-cutting
ceremony, City
Manager John
Berchtold
recognized the
individuals

ABOVE: More than 100 involved in the completion of the project Additionally, Tillis
,- residents and guests were thanked his subcontractors and ga e se erral construction and
In nttendnnPa ant ths nrand design highlights to more than 100 guests in attendance.


Bill McGill offered a history of the original depot station that
was built more than 100 years ago. A huge smorgasbord of Italian
delicacies were prepared for the event by Paolo Salvador and
Maggie Wetzel.


Local teacher trades the classroom for technology

advancement in online school, publishes first book


BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Staff Writer


Book signings are
scheduled or Saturday,
Nov. 15, from 10 a.m.
- 2 p.m. at Spires IGA
and at the Farm City
Week celebration on Nov.
24.
"Read to you kids. I do," is
the motto of local author Donna
Harris. Harris believes there is
power in reading at a young
age. "The first step is reading
to your kids the day they are
born," Harris said. "Never
stop reading to them until they
can read to you. Too many
families deal with hardships
due to lack of communication
and reading is one way for
parents to communicate with
their children."
Growing up, Harris said she
always had a pet of some kind
around and she always became
attached.
"The pets we had were just
like friends that I played with.
We took them places, played
chase and even talked to them
as if they knew what we were
saying."


Now, the mother of two has a A wife, mom and teacher,
small farm with what she refers Harris was inspired by her
to as the usual farm animals: children, Ashley and Lake to
cows, horses, donkey, chickens, write a series of books on the
ducks, dogs, cats and goats. family pets, especially one in


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particular: Gilligan the goat.
"This was the only way I
knew how to truly'document
our memories of Gilligan and
share the unique qualities he


Donna Harris introduces her newly published book titled, "Gilligan's Travels:
the Back Yard" to students in Christie Perez's third grade class at Lake Butler
Elementary School.


has," said Harris..
The first released book in
a series of 10, "Gilligan's
Travels: The Backyard" begins
the story of the Harris family's
pet goat and his many travels.
Harris worked at Lake Butler
Middle School as a technology
teacher for six years. She was
also in charge of the school's
morning TNN news and radio
show.
Harris has worked with the
Discovery Channel Education
program and the Department of
Education's teacher certification
program. Prior to teaching at
Lake Butler, she worked in
information technology for
the Florida Department of
Corrections. Two years ago,
she began teaching web design
online through Florida Virtual
School, or FLVS.
FLVS is an online public
school that, free of charge,
provides middle and high
school curriculum to Florida
students. FLVS is accredited
by the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools and offers
more than 90 courses (including
core subjects), world languages,
electives, honors and more

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Nickname: JWill.
Height/Weight: 5-11, 150.
Position: Wide Receiver.
Favorite football team and/or
athlete? Gators


What is the best thing about
playing football? I get to hit
people and the cheers from the
crowd when I'm running the
ball.
Who has been the -most
influential person in your life


Seniors spotlighted during last


home game of the season


and why? My dad
because he's always
pushing me to keep
doing better.
Which teammate to do
respect the most and
why? Chris Alexander
because of the way he
gets the team pumped
up for a game. He's
always positive and
doesn't let players get
their heads down.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player?My knowledge of
my posiiton along with good
hand-eye coordination.

What is your greatest football
memory? Football camp when
someone stole Larry's clothes
while he was in the shower and
he had to run around naked.

Other sports played? Baseball
and track.

Plans after high school?
College and possibly becoming
a game warden.


athlete? USC.

What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
Winning the game.
Who has been the most
influential person in your
life? Coach Zow.
Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Alvin Jernigan because he
words hard and is at practice
every day.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? My personality and
getting everybody crunked for
a game.
What is your greatest football
memory? Talking about how
good I could swim at football
camp then having Coach
Bennie Alexander throw me in
the pool. I'm really not such a
good swimmer, so everybody
igot, a alaugth*evteof;it, ..
Other sports played?
Basketball.

Plans after high school?
1Attend either Bethune or USC.


# 2 Shamari Holland escorted by Ashley Cason.


Nickname: Shamrock.
Height/Weight: 6-2, 150.


Position: Wide Receiver.
Favorite football team and/or


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Tiger senior players are (back row, left to right) Shamari Holland, Tyler Stone, Alvin
Jernigan, Clint Williams, Jordan Williams, Cory Tucker, Brodie Ellis, JR Rooney, Andrew
Framer, (front) Deven Perry, Marquez Perry, Dustin Floyd and SJ Simmons.


Nickname: Turtle.

Height/Weight: 5-7, 160.
Position: Defensive Lineman,
Offensive Lineman.
Who is your favorite football
team and/or athlete?
Indianapolis Colts.
What is your favorite thing
about playing football? The
bond we've created over the
years.
Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why?My grandpa Ron. He
passed away five years ago, but
was like the father 1 never had
growing up.
What teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Alvin Jernigan because here's a
guy with a great arm who hasn't
got to start a game his senior
year, yet he still sticks with the
team.
What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? My dedication to the
team.


# 65 Tyler Stone sports his helmet as he Is escorted
by his stepfather, John Irwin, his sister, Tristyn
Stone, and his mother, Teresa Irwin.


What is your greatest football
memory? Facing the fact that
hard work and proving you can
do the job still lands you on
the sidelines if you're height-
impaired.


Other sports played? Track
and weightlifting.
Plans after high school?
Attend college to receive my
teaching degree.


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UNION COUNTY TIMES
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M. Wayne Smith, Board of County Commissioners, District No. 4
Alvin A. Griffis, School Board, District No. 2
Sal A. Perez, Business Owner Within the School District
Elery Griffis, Homestead Property Owner

The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meets each year to hear petitions and make decisions relating to property tax
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Resident
unhappy
about law
enforcement
at accident

Dear Editor,
The following event took
place in the early morning
hours of Oct. 26. My family
was awakened at 1:45 a.m. by
engine noise and bright lights in
the windows of our two- story
home in Worthington Springs.
Upon investigation, we
discovered a 1994 Ford Ranger
in the side yard, which had
circled around our home after
crashing into a number of trees
in the driveway. Not surprising,
behind the steering wheel of the
truck was a certain 20-year-old
female resident of Lake Butler
who was obviously under the
influence of alcohol, if not
other substances.
She had turned off C.R. 18A,
drove over 500 feet down a tree
lined driveway (hitting several
trees along the way), weaved
through the yard and ended
her journey a few feet frotn my
children's bedroom.
SMy reason for sharing this
incident with you is the fact
that the young woman went
home that very morning with
a simple traffic ticket totaling
just under $140.
How this happened is a
complete bungling of the
situation by law enforcement
working the scene. Which
agency is a matter, of
investigation; botth them P and
Union County Sheriffs office
point the finger at each other.


Upon the arrival of the
first officers, my family had
expected that the driver would
he detained, checked for
sobriety and finally arrested
and taken to jail. Instead,
the officers stood and waited
nearly Ito hours with the driver
sitting upon my porch with her
boyfriend.
When the FHlPofficerarri ed,
he verballv berated the officers
for not having performed any
of the above steps. After taking
me aside, he informed that he
could not charge her with any
substance-related offense, as
she was now alert and sober.
I could add more detail, but
the brushstrokes are there.
No report was taken from
my family. No names were
asked or a damages assessment
made of my property, which
thankfully has been minimal.
On Monday, I contacted
the Union County Sheriff's
Office in person and received
a response late in the evening.
Many explanations were offered
and excuses made with a token
offer to prosecute the youhg
woman for criminal mischief
so damages could be collected.
But at the end of the day, this
young woman is still driving
the roads a danger to herself
and others.
Donald Church


Sheriff
responds to
letter
Dear Editor,
It is certainly regretful that
Mr. Church and his family
encountered the situation
involving a person driving
onto his property and causing
damage to the tree-lined drive
during the early morning hours
of Oct. 26.
Certainly, no individual or
family should have to
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# 5 Deven Perry escorted by his uncle, Michael Perry,
Alisha Badger and his grandmother, Lizzy Wilson.


Nickname: DP)
Height/Weight: 5-9, 182
Position: Running Back.
Favorite football team and/or
athlete? New Orleans Saints
Running Back Reggie Bush.

What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
Hanging out and being around
my friends.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My grandma. She
keeps me on track.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Chris Alexander because he's a
great leader and stays positive
whether we win or lose.


What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? I can run fast and
I'm good at scanning the field
looking for the best running
route.

What is your greatest football
memory? Beating Trinity
Catholic in overtimemy junior
year.
Other sports played? Track
and weightlifting.

Scouts? Been called by
Missouri State.

What are your plans after
high school? College and
getting married.


Speed, strength, and the inability to register pain
immediately.
Reggie Williams
(when asked his greatest strengths as a football player)




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# 85 Brodie Ellis escorted by his sister, Stacle Ellis,
Emily Holmes, his mother Page Ellis and his father
Dwayne Ellis.


Height/Weight: 6-1, 190.
Position: Tight End and
Defensive Tackle.
Favorite football team and/or
athlete? Gators.

What is your favorite thing
about playing football? The
competition and the discipline
involved.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My dad. He comes
to all my games and even my
practices when he can.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Clint Williams because we both
have the same views of the


team: play hard and give 110
percent.
What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? My experience and
knowing what's going on when
on the field.

What is your greatest football
memory? Making a fumble
recovery and running it in for
a touchdown in the pre-season
game against Bradford.

Other sports played?
Baseball.,
Plans after high school?
Attend SFCC and UF for a
pharmaceutical degree.

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Nickname: Cheech.

Height/Weight: 6-0. 170

Position: Defensive Tackle,
Guard.

Who is your favorite football
team and/or athlete? Gators.

What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
The fans and the noise of the
crowd.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My dad who has kept
me going though the years. He
stopped me from quitting the
team.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Aaron Dukes who graduated
last year. He .always kept us
motivated.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football


Nickname: Chong.


Height/Weight: 6-0,


# 55 Cory Tucker escorted by his father, Marvin Tucker,
his mother Melissa Tucker and brother Trey Tucker.


player? When pulling, I can
find the lead blocks.

What is your greatest football
memory? Last year at football
camp when Daniel Rengering
Rengering "spartaned" the
broom at Swimmer (Austin


# 1 Jimmy Simmons escorted by Jaelyn Steverson
and Kylee Tyer.


Nickname: SJ, Lone Wolf.

Height/Weight: 5-8, 150

Position: Defensive Ba'ck."


Favorite football team and/or
athlete? Sean Taylor of the
Washington Redskins.

What is your favorite thing


Seager).

Other sports played? Track
and weightlifting.

Plans after high school?
Firefighter college and possibly
a paramedic.


about playing football? Friday
night lights and the crowd.

Who has been the most
influential person in your
life and why? Coach Hunter. I
appreciate his encouragement.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Turtle Stone the only senior
player who doesn't get the
respect he deserves from the
coaches.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? I'm an all-around
person.

What is your greatest football
memory? The PK Yonge
game. I made two interceptions
and on a blocked field goal, I
recovered the ball and ran it in
for the 2-point conversion.

Other sports played?
Basketball, baseball, tennis,
weightlifting and track & field.
I want to graduate beating the
school record for lettering in
sports.

What are your plans after
high school? To be SJ.


Position: Offensive Tackle
and Defensive Tackle.

Favorite football team and/
or athlete? Gators, duh.

What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
The comradery of the team
and the friendships made.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My dad because of
his non-stop love and support.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and
why? Turtle because of his
persistence and perseverance.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? Knowing if I do
my job, my teammates
around me will do theirs.

What is your greatest
football memory? Daniel
Rengering doing the Spartan
300, spearing Swimmer at


# 59 Clint Williams wears the former jersey number of
his brother, # 68 Caleb Williams and is escorted by his
mother, Lorl Williams, and his father, Tom Williams.


football camp last season.

Other sports played?
Weightlifting and track &
field.


Plans after high school?
College and enter the medical
field possibly as a physical
therapist.


Nickname: D-Floyd

Height/Weight: 5-9, 147


Position:
Linebacker


Guard and


What is your favorite thing
about playing football? I can
hit people and not get into
trouble.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My dad because he
pushes me to always do better.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Dalton Cochran who's always
been there.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? Because I'm little,
people don't expect I can hit
hard, but I can.

What is your greatest football
memory? Shamari in the pool


# 54 Dustin Floyd escort by his father, Fred Floyd,
and his mother, Sandra Floyd.


at football camp.

Other sports played?
Weightlifting.
Plans after high school?


College to become a fire
fighter.


EVEN MORE p. 5A


nooney escorne uy ins i uiter,
Rooney and his sister,


Nickname: JR

Height/Weight: 6-1, 245.

Position: Center, Offensive
Lineman.

Favorite football team and/
or athlete? UF linebacker
Brandon Spikes.

Favorite thing about playing
football? Beating the crap out
of people.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My parents because
they've given me a lot of good
advice.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Deven Perry, because we've
always been there for each
other.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? I am a lot stronger


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and can hold up against my
opponents.

What is your greatest football
memory? Last season's
intensity of going for the 2-
point conversion and beating
Trinity Catholic in overtime.

Other sports played?
Weightlifting, track & field.

What are your plans after
high school? College and
working for the UCSO.


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Nov. 18 regular monthly meeting on The board will meet again
V. Monday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in on Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 9 a.m.
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Nickname: Big Man
Height/Weight: 6-0, 180
Position: Quarterback
Favorite football team and/
or athlete? Barry Sanders who
used to play for the Detroit
Lions.
What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
Winning and having fun.
Who has been the most
influential person in your
life and why? Clifford Magby
because he always pushed me
to keep going.
Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
J.R. Rooney, because of his
way he stuck with it, showing
up every day even when he
was injured.
What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? Great arm.


# 12 Alvin Jernigan escorted by his father, Alvin
Jernigan Sr.

What is your greatest football Plans after high school?
memory? Football camp. Attend either FAMU or USF
and eventually play pro football
Other sports played? or basketball.
Basketball


Nickname: Quez
Height/Weight: 5-8, 238
Position: Defensive Tackle,
Offensive Tackle.
Favorite football team and/
or athlete? Glen Dorsey,
defensive tackle for the Kansas
City Chiefs.
What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
Contact.

Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My mom because
she pushes me to do better.

Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
Alvin Jernigan because he
has good morals and a good
attitude.

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? Quick hands.
What is your greatest football


# 72 Marquez Perry escorted by his mother, Deborah
Smith, his grandmother, Elaine Daniels, his grandfather
Samuel Daniels and his cousin, Shatorla Simmons.


memory? Shamari in the pool
at football camp:
Other sports played?
Weightlifting.


Plans after high school?
Attend FIT.'


# 15 Andrew Framer escorted by his mother,
Debbie Bell.


Nickname: Framer
Height/Weight: 5-8. 155
Position: Defensive Back.
Favorite football team and/
or athlete? Lewis Sanders,
cornerback of the New England
Patriots.
What is your favorite thing
about playing football?
Standing on the sidelines
watching the game and all those
great sandwiches from Skip's
Deli after away games.
Who has been the most
influential person in your life
and why? My oldest brother
Jacob who has been a father-
figure to me.


Which teammate do you
respect the most and why?
I have two: SJ Simmons and
Turtle Stone who are the most
dedicated out of anyone on the

What do you see as your
biggest asset as a football
player? I'm pretty fast for a
white boy.
What is your greatest football
memory? The first tackle I
ever got against Baker County
earlier in the season.
Other sports played? Tennis.
Plans after high school? I'm
a member of the National
Guard and want to attend
either UF or West Point.


The Tigers have now Great and good are
added a bowl game to seldom the same man.
the end of the season WINSTON CHURCHILL
schedule. The game.will 1874-1965, British
be played in Baldwin Statesman, Prime Minister
and tickets are $6 each. ,-. .
Coach Andrew Zow
is trying to get, a fan
bus for the game. More
details forthcoming.
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The Union County High'
School class of 1993 will hold
its 15-year class reunion on
Saturday, Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. at
the Lulu Community Center.
The cost is $i5 per person.


Please RSVP to
uchsl993@hotmail.com or
contact Loit (Fundley) Park at
(904) 334-2741, Tiffany
(Davis) Roseke at (386) 623-
1393 or George Green at (352)
214-5512.


Tentative Five Year Work Program
District Two.
ears Beginning July 1, 2009 June 30, 2014


Census
Bureau is
hiring
The U.S. Census Bureau
is now hiring temporary
employees forthe Union County
area. Testing will take place on
Monday, Nov. 17, at 10 a.m. at
the Lakeside Community Center
in Lake Butler. No appointment
is necessary. Please bring your
picture ID and Social Security
card.


BRCD chili dinner
and auction Nov.
21
The Big Red Christmas
Drive 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.


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 County residents are
urged to attend, including
those needing help with a
federal issue.


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The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting public
hearings pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the
Department's Tentative Work Program for the Fiscal Years 2009/2010 through 2013/2014,
and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program, to which all
persons are invited to attend and be heard.
1. Lake City Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the Gainesville Metropolitan
Transportation Planning Organization (MTPO) and the County Commissions forAlachua,
Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Levy and Union counties serving as Metropolitan
Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 8, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT District Two Office, Madison Room
1109 South Marion Ave., Lake City, FL

2. Live Oak Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the County Commissions for
Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee and Taylor counties serving as Metropolitan
PlanningOrganization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Monday, December 15, 2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: Suwannee RiverWater Management District, Board Room #103
9225 County Road 49, Live Oak, FL

3. Jacksonville Hearing: Specific notice is provided to the North Florida
Transportation Planning Organization (NFTPO), the Jacksonville City Council and the
County Commissions for Baker, Clay, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns counties serving as
Metropolitan Planning Organization for their respective counties.
DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, December 16,'2008 at 5:30 p.m.
PLACE: FDOT Jacksonville Urban Office, Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL
Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national
origin, disability or family status. Persons who require accommodations under the
Americans with Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of
charge) should contact Mr. Bill Henderson, District Planning & Environmental Manager,
Lake City District Office at 1-800-749-2967 at least seven (7) days in advance of the Public
Hearings.
Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Commissions
and other interested parties will be received by the Department at the Public Hearings and
up to December 31, 2008 following the hearing. Comments should be addressed to:

Charles W. Baldwin, RE., District Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation, District Two
1109 South Marion Ave. Mail Station 2000
Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Telephone 1-800-749-2967

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It's been a tough transition on
the senior players because of
the coaching changes made in
their junior year. They were able
to go through the transition and
step up and be leaders under a
new coach. But I do understand
why it has been tough on them.


Head Football Coach Andrew Zow,
commenting on his senior players.


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principle to foow i, lit the line
hard.

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CHURCH
NEWS

First Community Church
of Brooker is having a gospel
singing with Southern Joy of
Baker County on Saturday,
Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. Everyone is
invited to attend.

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


LETTER:
Continued from p. 3A

exposed to someone who has
a disregard for public safety,
especially if they are impaired
in any manner and operating
a motor vehicle. Before I
comment to the inaccuracy of
Mr. Church's statements, I am
very happy that no one was
injured and damage was limited
to some small trees along the
driveway.
In review of this specific
incident, our Union County
deputies responded quickly
after receiving the call from
our 911 center at 1:54 a.m.
The deputies were dispatched
immediately and were on the
scene at Mr. Church's residence
in under four minutes.
The call from the Church's
residence explained to the
dispatcher that a female who
had drove into his yard and
was drunk. Mr. Church further
explained'that he had taken
the keys to the vehicle after
the driver attempted to leave.
Also, Mr. Church found humor
during the 911 call in stating
the driver had lost a wheel in
this incident.
Once our deputies arrived,
they observed Mr. Church had
intervened and kept the driver
from leaving until the situation
could be assessed.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office utilizes the Florida
Highway Patrol on traffic
accidents where damage is
greater than $500, or there is
personal injury. This has been
a policy of this office to assure
that our deputies are relieved to
answer additional criminal calls
to our citizens in the timeliest
manner.
Our deputies immediately
called FHP to respond, as well
as our rescue personnel to the
scene to check for injuries. Our
rescue personnel arrived and
assessed the driver, and she
refused any medical treatment.
Additionally, our deputies
remained on scene with Mr.
Church and the suspect driver
until the FHP arrived more
than one hour later. Further, the
deputies searched the driver's
vehicle to determine if there
was any other evidence to


supplement the case for the
FHP.
To suggest a "bungling" of
this case by the UCSO or the
FHP is not only un-called for,
but unreasonable and without
merit. Law enforcement must
remain solid with the foundation
that everyone is presumed
innocent until facts support
a criminal charge. The DUI
statute of the state of Florida
clearly outlines that a person
must be in actual or physical
control of a motor vehicle and
other facts leading to probable
cause must be established.
There is no question that
the behavior exhibited by the
driver was an indication of
impairment of some sort, but
the deputies conducted their
investigation to prove this case.
We are not in the business of
just guessing that someone is
drunk without supporting this
by several indicators, one of
which provesthat the driver is
in actual or physical control.
The keys had been removed
and the person had exited the
vehicle and was on the porch
talking with the Churches.
Upon arrival of FHP, the
person was evaluated and the
facts relayed. FHP officers
are also highly trained in
determining the criteria of
impairmeiit of a driver. The FHP
and UCSO decided the driver
would not indicate impairment
through breath testing, since
there was no indication of
alcohol nor physical evidence,
such as beer bottles, whiskey
etc. However, FHP did issue
a citation requiring the person
to appear in court for this
unfortunate accident.
Although this case may not
be the way Mr. Church would
have liked it to work, we still
must abide by the laws of
criminal procedure of Florida
and our constitution.
Mr. Church has the same
rights of any citizen to
appear in court and offer his
suggestions to the court on how
the law should be enforced and
sidestepping legal procedure. It
is only with hope that the rest
of us appreciate fact-finding
and not headhunting.
Jerry -Whitehead,
Union County Sheriff


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For Harris, being
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world. Having earned her
master's degree as an online
student, she believes that online
technology allows teachers
additional opportunities
for providing one-on-one
instruction that is individualized
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calling Author House Book
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you can purchase a greener
living kit for $25 that includes
the book, a recycled library/
grocery bag and organic cotton
T-shirt.

Thomas family
reunion
Saturday, Nov. 22, from 11
a.m. 3 p.m. at the Harmony
Free Will Baptist Church
Family Life Center. For more
information, call Lester Thomas
at (386) 755-0654.


attend. The members of the
church would like to welcome
Rcv. Hobby ('Clilt and his
wi'fcGlorida, as new pastor to
the church.
Sunday school begins at 10
a.m. followed by Ihe morning
worship at II a.m. Sunday
evening service is at 6 p.m.
Wednesday evening prayer
meetings begin at 7 p.m.


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Thank You from Bruce Dukes

To the voters of Union County, my family and I would like to extend a
big THANK YOU! On Tuesday, November 4th, a lifelong dream of
mine finally came true. I cannot begin to express the gratitude I have
for all the people who helped and supported me throughout this
endeavor. I especially would like to thank my extended family for all
of the endless hours they spent on this campaign. I thoroughly enjoyed
meeting the many citizens of this county and look forward to working
with you over the next four years.
To Steve Saunders, let me just say that as much as election night was
a celebration for me personally, 'it was also bittersweet. f have always
had the HIGHEST respect for you and your family. Your 26 years of
public service and Christian leadership in our community is to be
commended. I
wish you nothing
but success, and
hope to be able to
reach out to you,
as the need
arises, in order to
ensure a smooth
and
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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.

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 11
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 Ministry as
an 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 14 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. 'he 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 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.
Blackwelder Memorial
Freewill Baptist Church,
located on Hwy 121 in
Worthington Springs, will host
a gospel sing featuring Chapter
III on Sunday, Nov. 16, at 3:30
p.m. Everyone is invited to


LEGALS


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.
SPettion for Discharge.
* Notice 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 1st
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.
NOTICE OF ACTION
(formal notice by publication)
TO: McKenley Derome Keith, 5030
W. Mountain Street, Apt. 23, Stone
Mountain, GA 30083
Kendrick Keith, address unknown
Xavier Keith, address unknown
All Unknown Heirs and 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 and Probate of Lost
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 1t
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
defenses 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 Cni INTY FI ORinA


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
Court for Union County, Florida,
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 6h' Street
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
FORD, BOWLUS, DUSS,
MORGAN, KENNEY, SAFER &
HAMPTON, P.A.
Eliot J. Safer
Florida Bar No. 0194511
Kelley P. Presley
Florida Bar No. 44798
10110 San Jose Blvd.
Jacksonville, FL 32237
Telephone: (904) 268-7227
Fax: (904) 262-3337
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Private E 2 Humberto (Robert) Betancourt II received his GED from Union
County High School in Nov. 2007 and Joined the ARMY in Jan. 2008.
He completed hip basic training at Ft. Knox, Ky. and is a Tanker. He was
unable to attendjis own graduation because he was in Ft. Knox and on
duty at the time. He is now stationed in Ft. Hood, Tx.
He also did training in Death Valley, California and is currently home on
; leave. He will be marrying his sweetheart, Jacky Dobbins, on Nov. 15, then
is to be deployed ot Iraq on Dec. 3. His mother and stepfather are John R.
and Juanita McSpadden of Lake Butler. His father is Humberto Betancourt
-:.: 'of Ocilla, Ga.
\Please send a prayer for him and all the boys to return safely. PVT Tuttle,
Sin the tank photo below, was killed in Iraq two months ago by an incom-
Sing explosive device. Betancourt is one of-the three boys on the top center
back line and is also pictured in the photo on the left.


LEFT: Roosevelt
Keith of Union
County is the
father Lake But-
ler city employee
Gwen Gooch. Keith
served in the United
States Navy and
was stationed on
the USS Oriskany
during World War II.


Staff Sergeant Hal Courson in Motorpool, Kuwait.
Stationed at Ft. Hood, Texas 3rd Calvary, he is
currently serving in Mosul, Iraq. He is in his 13th month
of deployment. Courson is the husband of Becky Cou-
son and is the son of Joan Courson and Allen Robert
Courson. His grandparents are Carl and Pauline
Bielling and the late Bob Courson and Pauline Courson.
all froi'4 n County.


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McKinley Keith Sr. served as a member of the
United States Army during the Korean War. He
is the uncle of Lake Butler city employee Gwen
Gooch.


Walter Clemmons,,a lifelong resident of Union
County, served in the Korean War. He resides
in the Lulu area with his wife, Marilyn.


Airman Kody J. Williams, 19, joined the United States
Air Force in 2007 after graduating from Buchholz
High School of Gainesville. He is currently stationed
at Pope Air Force Base in Fayetteville, NC with the
Third Aerial Support Squadron. Williams is the son of
Jack and Debbie Asbury of Worthington Springs, and
the grandson of the late John Brackett and Evelyn
Brackett, also of Worthington Springs.


Freddie Floyd is known to many in the county. He is the owner of
Howard Auto Parts and is married to Sandra Floyd. Their children are
Freddie Floyd Jr., Christie Perez andnDustin Floyd.


RIGHT: John Riley Clemmons, who recently
passed away, in his Army days. He is now
.- buried at Douglas Cemetery near Lulu. He
S. was a lifelong resident of Union County.

LEFT: Ted Barber is a retired Lt. Col.
SWith the United States Army. He retired
from the Florida National Guard in Aug.
1995 after serving more than 29 years
of active and FI. National Guard service.
He also served as an aviator in Vietnam
from 1968-1969. Barber is married to Lila
Seay Barber of Lake Butler.


RIGHT ABOVE: Master Sergeant (MSG) Sam Bailey of
Worthington Springs will be leaving for Iraq on Nov. 20. He is
currently stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas-with the HHC 146th
Signal Battalion out of Jacksonville. Bailey is the husband
of Glenda Bailey of Worthington Springs and father of Stevie
Bailey (Kim) of Lake Butler. His grandchildren are Chase,
Chance and Chloe Bailey.


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He was the event's featured
speaker, but retired Brig. Gen.
Richard Capps made sure
those who deserved the
spotlight got it during the
Veterans Day ceremony at the
Camp Blanding Joint Training
Center.
Capps, who served with the
199"' Aviation Company in
Vietnam, spoke of the qualities
of veterans and the sacrifices
they and their families make.
He also made sure he took the
time to ask the veterans in
attendance to stand and be
recognized.
"Every morning we wake up
in a free land is because of
men and women like these,"
Capps said.
They can be men or women,
and they come from all walks
of life. They possess different
religious views and are of
different ethnicities. Capps
said veterans are unique
individuals, yet they share a
common trait in that "they
volunteer and answer our
nation's call to duty." Since
Capt. John Parker and the men
of the Lexington militia faced
British troops in 1775,
generations of men and women
have worn service uniforms
and fought on both domestic
and foreign soil,Capps said:--
"Our most potent weapons
in war, without a doubt," he
said, "are the brave men and
women in uniform. They come
from all across America."
Veterans are "ordinary


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veterans are
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Burrow and Gill
are Vietnam
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RIGHT: Retired
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Richard Capps
was the
featured
speaker.


people who have been placed
in extraordinary
circumstances," Capps said,
but added they are not the only
ones who carry a burden
during times of war. Families
of those serving, he said, have
also answered their nation's
call to duty by an unwavering
support of their loved ones
who are in harm's way.
"They may not carry a rifle
on their shoulders, but they
have carried the weight of the
world," Capps said. "They
carry that burden until their
loved one comes home.
Tragically, some never do.
Whenever a service member
falls in combat, it is a family
who suffers the most."
During his speech, Capps
referenced proclamations by
both Gov. Charlie Crist, who
made a call to remember the
more than 1.7 million living
veterans in Florida, and
President Bush. Capps recited
an excerpt from the president's
proclamation, which read:
"Our country is forever
indebted to our veterans for
their quiet courage and
exemplary service. We also
remember and honor those
who laid down their lives in
freedom's defense. These brave
men and women made the
ultimate sacrifice for our
benefit. On Veterans Day, we
remember these heroes for
their valor, their loyalty, and
their dedication. Their selfless
sacrifices continue to inspire
us today as we work to
advance peace and extend
freedom around the world."
Sen. Mel Martinez, in a
letter read by Jennifer Ridgley,
expressed his gratitude for the
"proud part" more than six
million veterans have played in
creating and maintaining
America's tradition.
"On this day, let us pay
tribute to those who have worn
our nation's uniform,"
Martinez' letter read.
Sen. Bill Nelson and Rep.
Cliff Stearns also expressed
their thanks and support of
veterans through letters that
were read Aduring the
ceremony.
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Megan Marty, driving a
2000 Dodge, was struck by a
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BIRTHS

Gabriel Cox
Trav'is and Jennifer Cox of
Starke announce the birth of a
son, Gabriel Mykal Angelus
Cox, born at 3:16 p.m. on
November 3. 2008 in
Gainesville. He weighed 7
pounds and was 19 inches in
length. He joins a brother,
Joseph. and a sister, Triniti
Cox.
Maternal grandparent is
John Danella Sr. Maternal
great-grandparent is Wesley
G(trber.


Kaylee R. Davis

Kaylee Davis
Oscar Davis III and Ashley
Luther of Starke announce the
birth of their daughter, Kaylee
Renee Davis, born at Shands
AGH Wednesday, Oct. 29,
2008. She weighed 7 pounds
and was 19 4 inches in length.
Kaylee joins a brother, Damien
Davis, 5 years old.
IMaternal grandparents are
Steve and Joyce Luther of
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Thomas McDonough of
Bowie, Md. and Diane
Chastain of Starke.


Ryen M. Roberts
Ryen Roberts
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B.
Roberts Jr. of Lawtey
announce the birth of a son,
Ryen Maverick Roberts, born
November 4, 2008 at 8:41 p.m.
in Gainesville. He weighed 7
pounds 5 ounces and was 20
inches in length.
Ryen joins a sister, Ashlann
Roberts.
Maternal grandparents are
Donald and Barbara Cannon of
Starke. Maternal great-
grandparents are Margaret
Cannon of Starke and Mae
Pittman of Tampa.
Paternal grandparents are
Robert Roberts Sr. of Lawtey.
Paternal great-grandparents are
Ed and Madline Roberts of
Lawtey.


Mildred Downs


.r5`''- Mildred Downs
Celebrates 85th
B\ LINDA W. WHARTON
Deal or lo Deal, one of
Mildred Downs' favorite game
shows, was the theme of her
, 85"h birthday party held Oct. 11
i J in Keystone Heights.
,-Hosting theevent with a sit-
t own dinner at the Lion's Club
Austin Parker ..' Keystone,:Heights:to. well
Austin Parker over 100 friends and family
tin Parker members were her children,
Tommy and Kim Parker Helen Hersey and Jerry
announce the birth of a son, Payton, both of Keystone
Austin Erasto ..Parker, born Heights, Lavon Sweeney of
Oct. 20, 2008 at 8:46 a.m. He Winter Haven and Sonya
weighed 6 pounds and 9 Taylor ofOkeechobee.
ounces and was 19 inches in Linen tablecloths with
length. He joins a brother, appropriate centerpieces and
Thomas Parker. an array of floral decorations
Maternal grandparents are decorated the club in addition
Barbara Abreu and the late to numerous old pocketbooks
Erasto Abreu of Winter containing various amounts.of
Springs. money, that portrayed the Deal
Paternal grandparents are or No Deal theme.
Tommy. and Michelle Parker The cake table held three
of Starke. cakes depicting Downs'


personal talents and hobbies.
One cake was topped with a
miniature sewing machine and
surrounded by a tape measure
signifying her sewing ability.
The second cake was
decorated by several owls
revealing her passion for
collecting owls and the third
cake was topped with a 85-
Years congratulation symbol.
A unique sheet cake, made at
Publix, featured her likeness
sculpted with icing on top of
the cake.
A blown-up copy of the,
invitation, with those
signatures of guests attending
the party, will be framed and
presented to Mrs. Downs as a
memento of the occasion.
Born in Johnson on October


10, 1923, Mildred was the
youngest of ten children and is
the only one of her siblings to
graduate from high school
which she attended in Melrose.
She was married to J.D.
Payton on June 20, 1941 and
lived for some time in Waldo
where she and her husband
owned a gas station and ran an
ice route. They moved back to
Johnson where her husband
became employed by United
Clay Mines and moved to
Keystone Heights in 1952,
after being transferred to the
Sands and Baker Mine in the
area. Following retirement, her
husband passed away in 1977.
Since that time, Mildred, as
all her friends call her, has


stayed active in Gadara Baptist
Church where she has been a
member for 41 years and
worked for the Clay County
Council on Aging until she
retired after 18 years. Today,
though she is retired, she
works on a "as needed" basis.
She has been a member of
TOPS (Take Off Pounds
Sensibly) since 1980 and has
attended meetings in 17 states,
including Hawaii and also
visited the TOPS chapter in
Germany twice.
Mrs. Downs spends her time
sewing for her family and
many others in the area who
seek out her expertise.


Thomas family
reunion set
The Thomas family reunion
has been set for Saturday, Nov.
22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the Harmony Free Will'Baptist
Church Family Life Center.
For more information, call
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P.K. Yonge puts end to Keystone volleyball season


f control of the first game of the
match. Up 4-1, P.K. reeled off
S. 12 points with Collyn Welsh
serving. Welsh, who had a
powerful jump serve, recorded
aces on her first two serve
attempts and had five by the
time the Blue Wave went up


16-1.
In all, the Blue Wave had 10
service aces in the first game.
Kendall Jones added to that
total in the second'game when
she had three during an eight-
point run. Keystone's Shannon
Gray, though, had her second
kill in the early part of the
match to force sideout with the
Indians trailing 10-2.
Still, the Indians (20-9)


could never get any closer.
The third game remained
close at the start, but the Blue
Wave would reel off 12
straight points to go up 15-3.
Up 21-8, P.K. closed the match
out with four straight points
with Caitlin Doak holding
serve. She had an ace, while
Jones and Kaitlin Brennan
each had a kill.
Keystone's Morgan
Maxwell, returning to action
after missing the regional
quarterfinal match due to a
death in the family, was able to
record a couple of blocks as
well as a couple of kills.
For the match, the Indians
scored only four points when


Shannon Gray
(left) tips the
ball over the
net in the
Indians' 3-0 win
over Fort White
. in the regional
quarterfinals.
Keystone
advanced to
the semifinals,
but lost 3-0 to
P.K. Yonge.
Photo courtesy
of Photo by
Adams.






holding serve.
It may not have been a close
match, but Smith told her
players afterward to keep in
mind that they accomplished
their goals this season-
finishing with a winning
record and advancing beyond
the district tournament.
"I told them to focus on the
season (as a whole)," Smith
said. "Its bad that we have to
end the season (with a loss),
but unless you win state, you
have to end up losing."
P.K. Yonge will play Lake
Highland Prep in the regional
finals Saturday, Nov. 15, for
the right to advance to the
Nov. 21 state semifinals. Lake


Highland Prep has won the last
four state championships and
defeated P.K. Yonge in the
regional finals two of the last
three years.

Indians sweep
quarterfinals match
The Indians were missing
Maxwell, but they were still
able to record a sweep of
visiting Fort White, winning 3-
0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-17) in a
regional quarterfinal volleyball
match on Nov. 5.
Keystone played well from
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Taylor, Another kill by Taylor
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The second game was more
of a struggle, as the two teams
remained close throughout.
Keystone took the lead for
good when Taylor, who led the
team with 17 service points,
nailed a couple of aces during
a four-point stretch that saw
the Indians go up 20-17. Fort
White (17-12) committed three
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Thursday, November 13, 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
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
Lawte' Rec. Chair

Downtown
Association
expresses
thanks
Dear Editor:
In appreciation of your
continuous sponsorship and
support for the 2008 Great
Pumpkin Escape. We, the
members of the Downtown
Business Community
Association thank you!
Our sponsors include Wal-
Mart Supercenter 1283, Davis
Express, DuPont, city of
Starke Commissioners, city
clerk and employees and Ricky
and Chrissy Thompson.
Contributors to the cause to
make it a success were Capital
City Bank, Community State
Bank, Dimple & Grady
Overstreet, Lonnie Olive, Pat
Welch & Associates, Squad
45-New River Correctional
Institute, Save-A-Lot, Tractor
Supply, LaDawn Warren,
Albert and Debbie Mize, Bill
Dampier, Ernie Williams,
Theressa Volunteer Fire Dept.,
Bradford High School Honor
Society, Key Club, Student
Government, BHS
cheerleaders, Gold Key, Carl
and Sara Bedford, My
Pharmacy, Starke Police
Department, Boy Scout Troop
70, Bobby Campbell Roofing,
Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home, George Roberts
Insurance, Joli Cheveux Salon,
Cowboy's Steakhouse, Phyllis
Rosier, Sheffield Pest Control,
Jackson Building Supply.
Phil and Charlotte Cay,
Reddish & White CPA,
Walgreens, Ray and Nancy
Norman, Teila Pearson,
Mercantile Bank, Showcase
Advertising, Bradford Auto
Parts & Salvage, Ricky and
Kimberly Rinehart, Jimmy
Alvarez, Terry and Jennifer
Vaughan, Dollar General,
Family Dollar, Bob Milner,
Gator II Farm Supply, Lesa
Harkness, Debbie Pittman,
Tom Erickson, Shirley
Mobley, Checkers, Dominoes


Pizza, Roberta Ward and
friends from Katie Sues, What-
A-Burger, American Legion
Post 56, Bradford County
Telegraph, Virgil Berry,
Florida Credit Union, TW &
Linda Tatum, Coldwell
Bankers-Smith & Smith
Realty, Chevrolet of Starke,
Smith Brothers Body Shop,
Teal Tile & Carpet, Bryan Ace
Hardware, Stevenson
Construction, Shands Starke,
Heilbron Springs Volunteer
Fire Department, Steel
Country Band, and the families
on Walnut Street, and so many
more!
There was so much support
and we are thankful to each
and every one who made the
Great Pumpkin Escape a
success once again this year.
Please forgive us if you
contributed and are not listed
above, we are none-the-less
very thankful! Proceeds raised
during this event will again be
going toward the Naomi
Herres Scholarship Fund.
Lee Sparks

Mission
outreach
event a success
Dear Editor:
Starke Monsters event held
Nov. 7 and 8 was a great
success!
Approximately 1,500
persons were in attendance,
enjoying the events. A special
thank you goes to Frank and
Karen Patterson of Showcase
Advertising for believing in
the project.
Please continue to pray for
Monsters on a Mission as well
as for the financial support
needed in a huge way to
continue this type of outreach
Kingdom Work.
Joey, Melissa & The Crew
Response to
letters to the
editor
Dear Editor:
First, I would like to say that
since my letter was published,
I have learned that the
situation between Pop Warner
and me was not an isolated


incident. I have had a countless
number of parents tell me
congrauatulations or sticking up
for myself and my son. iThey
then proceed to tell me their
horrorr stories" aboul Pop
Warner. Apparently this is
something that happens quite
often, but I am the first to
speak up about it. Also since
my letter was published, Pop
Warner has refused to refund
the $100 that I paid for
Matthew to participate.
Second, I would like to
respond to Braxton Britt. I
understand that all the coaches
are new and still learning.
However, after eight weeks
(two weeks of conditioning,
two weeks of practice, and
four weeks into the season),
the coaches should at least
know the minimum
requirements. I complained
several times about the way
my son and a few other boys
were being treated from the
beginning, but nothing
changed.
Lastly, I would like to
respond to Rick Welch. I don't
feel that I put anything in my
original letter to deserve to
have my son be called a
chicken and be told that he
belongs in flag football. Of
course Matthew was
apprehensive of contact having
not ever played a contact sport
and having to fear hurting his
hip for three years. Had he
been given a chance, he would
have easily overcome that fear.
I also do not believe that Mr.
Welch is well enough
informed on the situation with
my son to make a comment, as
he very rarely worked with
him. Matthew was not
excluded from the games for
his protection; he was
excluded because he didn't
play well enough to help win
the game. The more the
inexperienced players played,
the smaller the chance of the
team winning, and that's what
they cared about. Upward
Bound is not only the best
choice for my son, it is the best
the best choice for any child
that wishes to learn what it's
like to part of a team, to feel
like you belong and are wanted
on that team, and to learn the
true meaning of good
sportsmanship.
I do not plan on bickering
back and forth in the
newspaper. The situation is
over and it's time to move on.
I just felt that I had to defend
myself at least one time.
Becky Garlo


BC citizens
continue to give
Dear Editor:
I would like to publicly
thank Harry M. Hatcher III for
personally providing an annual
luncheon for all Bradford
County school retirees for the
past three years.
I also would like to thank the
following for donating door
prizes for this year's luncheon:


VETS
Continued from page 1B

honor those in uniform who
have served and protected our
country," said Nelson through
a letter read by representative
Michelle Barth. "It is their
sacrifice that has kept America
free and strong. Today, let us
pray for those currently on the
battlefield in Iraq and
Afghanistan and for those who
nobly served our nation and
for their children and their
families."
Sherrie Porter, a Stearns
representative, read a letter in
which the congressman
discussed his own service.
"I understand the hardship of
military service," Stearns'
letter read. "It was a privilege
for me to stand with my
comrades in defense of
freedom."
In much the same way that
Capps did, Stearns talked of
how generations of men and
women have answered the call
to arms, from Valley Forge to
Vietnam and from Berlin to
Baghdad. All, Stearns said,
have fought threats to
American freedom.


Grady & Dimple Overstreet
(A & G Custom Framing &
Gifts), Larry Reddish (Sonny's
Real Pit Bar-B-Q), Carl and
Christie Torode (Lawtey Shell
Service) and last, but definitely
not least, I thank Lila Sellars
for helping to make .these
occasions so very special.
These Bradford County
citizens (like many others in
Bradford County) give
generously and graciously!
Mary Osborn


"Our military men and
women have never failed Us,"
Stearns said. "It is our duty to
never, never fail them. They
have earned our respect and
support."
Capps said it is a great day
when people can come
together and honor the nation's
veterans.
"All over the nation today,
Americans are gathering
together to remember and pay
tribute to our veterans," Capps
said. "The day is a chance to
thank those who selflessly
answered the call to duty and
remember those who have
served."


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Cartel. 81, former re sident of ames W illiams
Lawtey, died Thursday Nov 6, ames W
2008. HAWTI ORNl: .lamns Joel
Born in lIawtev, M rs. Carter "Joe" \illiams. 74, ol iiwthorne,
was the wife of the late Henry A. died Friday, No\. 7. 2(X)8, at
Carter and daughter o Raiford Shands AC.II n (iainesville
Schellic Rosier and Flossie following a brief illness.
Reynolds Rosier. She was a Born in linion (Countiy, Mr.
graduate of Bradford Hig h School, Williams lived most of his life in
serving as valedictoriavi of her the area and worked in receiving
class. Mrs. Carter was fonnerly as a correctional officer for
employed with Richlanli School Reception and Medical Center
District 2, S.C. She was it member near Lake Butler before his
of Bayview Baptist Cllurch for retirement. tic was a member of
over 40 years. the Moose lodge ofl Lake City
Survivors are her dau ;hter and and was a member of Lulu Advent
sons-in-law, Rebecca Curran of Christian Church. Mr. Williams
South Riding, Va., Pe;jgy and was preceded in death by his
Jerry Marks of Laurel, Md. and father, Ivan James Williams.
Shelley and Michael G nova of Survivors include his wife, Ruth
Columbia; a sister, Mar y Louise Ann Williams of Hawthorne; two
Jones of Columbi a; six daughters, Johnnie Kaye Bell of
grandchildren, Nick Curl-an, Matt Savannah and Melissa Diane
Curran, Paul Marks, Patrick Holloway of ILake Butler; four
Marks, Carter Genova and Alex sons, James Michael Williams of
Genova and five great- Blackshear, Ga., Mark Joseph
grandchildren, Austen., Liam, Williams, Craig Joel Williams and
Olivia, Will and Bobby C urran. Greg Wesley Williams, all of
Funeral services for Mis. Carter Lake Butler; his mother, Barbara
were held Wednesday, N ov. 12, at Lee Williams of Lulu; two sisters,
Bayview Baptist Church, Joyce Ellen Kite of Middleburg
Columbia. Memorials may be and Barbara Victoria Blom of
made to Project Pet, P".O. Box Lake Butler; two brothers, Ivan
1777, Columbia, S.C. :;9202 or Wayne Williams of Like Butler
Pets, Inc., 300 Orchard D)r., West and Kenny Michael Williams of
Columbia, S.C. 29170. Jacksonville: 14 grandchildren and
Arrangements under the care of 6 great-grandchildren.
Dunbar Funeral H< me of
CDunbar Funeral H me ogFuneral services were held
Columbia. Please sign the guest Monday, Nov. 10, at the Iulu
book at www.dunbarfung als.com. Advent Christian Church withthe
PAID OBITUARY Rev. Butch Nelson officiating.
Burial was in New Zion Cemetery
Dorothy Job ns near Lulu under the care of Archer
ST. AUGUSTINE-Do rothy T. Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Johns, 77, of St. A ugustine,
previously of Jacksonville, died James Clare
Thursday, Nov. 6, 2008. KEYSTONE HEIGHT S-James
Mrs. Johns was the di lughter of
Marvin and Sarah Griffis Hager Clare, 83, of Keystone
Thompson. Heights died Thursday, Nov. 6,
Mrs. Johns was the beloved 2008 at the Lake City' VA Medical
wife of Azure Johns and another of Center.
Jacqueline Johns and Saimuel A. Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, Mr.
Johns; sister of Margi.e Grier; Clare was a lifelong resident of
grandmother of Genevitve Johns the Keystone Heights area. He
and Faye Reed; great-grn u ndmother was a retired Navy commander
of Vanna, Macy, Billy, Brandon, and ushered for 35 years at the
Hunter, Gunter, Destiny and Beau Community Church in Keystone
and aunt of many ni ces and Heights.
nephews. Survivors include his daughters,
Funeral services w ere held Terry Skinner of Leads, Ala.,
Tuesday, Nov. 11, at Hardage- Miranda Lynam of Redderick; a
Giddens Funeral Home, granddaughter Katie Stone of
Edgewood Chapel, Jac ksonville. Tifton, Ga.; grandsons Matt Eddy
Burial was in Dyal cemeteryy of Pawleys Island, South Carolina,
Starke. Hardage-Gidden ; Funeral James Lynam of Palm Coast and
Bill Lynam of Ocala; and seven
Home of Jacksonvile, was in great-grandchildren.
charge of arrangements. Funeral services for Mr. Clare
PAID OBITUAR' 'Y were held Tuesday, Nov. 11, at the
Community Church of Keystone
Angela Carter Heights with Pastor Rob Morford
STARE-Anga D. C r, officiating. Burial was in Eliam
STARKE-Angela D. Carter Cemetery with full military rites.
47, of Starke died Thursc lay, Nov. Arrangements were under the care
6, 2008 at Shands UF in Cof ...l..eral Hme
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the daughter of Glorii. Dixon
Lefluer and the late K(: nneth R
Dixon.
Survivors include a :laughter,
Amanda Carter; her former
husband of 25 years. Michael
Carter; her mother Glorih i. Lefluer;
sisters Kimberly Add ;air and
Cindy Collins; and a cloi ;e friend,
Rick Mills.
A private service '.s being
planned. In lieu of flo,''ers, the
family requests donation, .be made
to the Southeast Found, tion, c/o H O L
Patient & Family Resour -ces, P.O.
Box 100306, Gainesville, FL &
32610 or to the Univ ersity of &X T F
Florida Foundation, P.O. Box
100243, Gainesville, Fl., 32610-
0243, please reference:: Mental
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Carter with your corres :)ondence.


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Megan Marty
KEY "IONH HGHIlTS-l
Megan Margaret Marty, 16, of'
Keystone I lights dicd Thursday,
Nov. 6. 200 from injuries
sustained in an automobile
accident.
Born in Gainesville, Ms. Marty
moved to Keystone Heights in
1996 from C(itra. She was a
member of Keystone Heights
Baptist Church and a part-time
instructor for Curves.
Survivors include her mother,
Linda Moore Ford of Keystone
Heights; her father David Bruce
Marty of Citra; her fiance Kyle
Wright of Interlachen: her
maternal grandfather Hugh Moore
of Tampa; paternal grandparents
Charles and Margaret Marty of
Dennison, Ohio.
Funeral services were held
Monday, Nov. 10, in the First
Baptist Church of Keystone
Heights with Pastor Jim Prose
officiating. Burial was in
Keystone Heights Cemetery under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights. In lieu of flowers,
contributions may be made to.
World Vision, P.O. Box 9716,
Dept. W, Federal Way, Wash.
98063-9716.



Gene Tomlinson
LAKE BUTLER-Gene Louis
Tomlinson, 68, of Lake Butler
died Sunday, Nov. 9, 2008 at
Haven Hospice in Lake City
following a brief illness.
Born in Olustee, Mr. Tomlinson
lived most of his life in Union
County. He was a colonel with the
Department of Corrections and
retired after 30 years of service.
Mr. Tomlinson was preceded in
death by his father, the Rev.
Joseph Louis Tomlinson; his
mother, Emma Tomlinson; a son,
Tony Tomlinson and' a sister,
Virgie Griffis.
Survivors include his step-
mother, Blonnie Tomlinson of
North Carolina; daughter Beverly
J. Tomlinson of Old Town; sons
Michael L. Tomlinson and John
Paul Tomlinson of Lake Butler;
two brothers Floyd Tomlinson of
Trenton and Johnny Tomlinson of
Starke; four sisters Phyllis
Philman of Branford, Faye
Clemons of Trenton, Louise
Rickett of Alachua, and Betty
Sikes of Branford; and three
grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Tomlinson will be held at 3 p.m.,
Friday, Nov. 14, 2008, at Pine
Level Baptist Church. Starke. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be
made to Haven Hospice, Lake
City. Arrangements are under the
care. of.Archer FneraJ, 1ome of
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Bunny Bryan
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Bryan, 67, of Lake BHutir died
Friday, Nov. 7, 2)008 at his htonm.
Born in Cross (C'ity, Mr. 1Br rin
lived most of his life in Old Tlown
before moving to Lake Butler in
1989. He was a sawmill
supervisor and worked at Spires
IGA in Lake Butler for five years
in the meat department before his
retirement. Mr. Bryan was a U.S.
Air Force veteran and of the
Baptist faith. He was the son of
Charlie and Blanche Griggs
Bryan.
Survivors include two brothers,
Bobby L. Bryan of Old Town and
Jerry W. Bryan Sr. of Lake Butler.
Graveside funeral services were
held Wednesday, Nov. 12, at Old
Town Cemetery with the Rev.
Jackie Pettrey officiating, under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Shirley
Higginbotham
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Shirley Ann Higginbotham, 76, of
Keystone Heights died Thursday,
Nov. 6, 2008 in Shands Starke
following an extended illness.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs.
Higginbotham was the daughter of
Basil and Nadie Bullard Rountree.
She moved to Keystone Heights
from St. Augustine in 2002. She
was a member of Orange Heights
Baptist Church; the Shrine Club;
and retired from Clay Electric
Payroll Department following 18
years of service.
Mrs. Higginbotham was
preceded in death by her husband,
Daniel Higginbotham and a son,
Sandy Grayson.
Survivors include a son, Bobby
Grayson of Keystone Heights; her
siblings, Jewell Thomas of
Hawthorne, Esther Day of
Keystone Heights, Basil Rountree
of Newberry, Nancy Rountree of
Hawthorne; two grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Higginbotham were held in
Orange Heights Baptist Church
Saturday, Nov. 8, with Dr. Lonnie
Broome officiating. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177 or
Orange Heights Baptist Church
Building Fund 16700 N.E. S.R.
26, Hawthorne, FL 32640.
Arrangements were under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.


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A.F. McDavid
RO()OKIR-A.F. McDavid, 90,
of Brooker died Thursday, Nov. 6,
20)8 at his home.
Born in Chielland, Mr.
McDavid spent his early years in
Monteocha and LaCrosse. iHe
went out on his own as a teenager
and moved to Miami where he had
various jobs driving a truck,
delivering materials, and milking
cows for other dairymen. He met
Mildred Pridemore in 1937 while
she was visiting relatives in
Pompano Beach. They were
married on October 17, 1937 in
Harriman, Tennessee. Fred
enlisted in the Coast Guard during
World War II and served until the
end of the War. After WWII, he
started a dairy in Pompano Beach,
which became one of the larger
dairies in South Florida. In 1958,
after he sold his dairy, Mr.
McDavid moved back to his roots
to a farm in the Brooker area. He
raised beef cattle and quarter
horses until his retirement in 1975.
His quarter horses included Poco
Stampede, the World Champion
Cutting Horse, and Muncho
Stampede, an AQHA Champion
Cutting Horse. When he held his
dispersal sale in 1972, there were
276 registered quarter horses
which were sold. Mr. McDavid
was also the owner of Columbia
Livestock Market in Lake City for
seven years.
Fred was active in the
community serving as Director of
First National Bank of
Gainesville, president of the
Florida Quarter Horse
Association, president of the
Florida Cutting Horse
Association, president of Antioch
Cemetery Association and
member of the Florida Department
of Agriculture Animal Industry
Board. He was a member of
Antioch Baptist Church and was a
Mason and Shriner for over 50
years.
Mr. McDavid was preceded in
death by his wife of 66 years,
Mildred P. McDavid; his mother
Roxie Ann Lord; his father, F.M.
McDavid Sr.; his sister, Elouise
Bennett; his brothers F.M. (Jack)
McDavid, Cliff Thomas, Dan
Thomas and son-in-law, Don
Register.
Mr. McDavid is survived by his
children, Terry McDavid (Ginger)
of Lake City, Carolyn Green
(Kenny) of Wildwood, Sue
Register of Daytona Beach
Shores, Don McDavid (Sherry) of
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granddaughters, seven .great-
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Lake Butler. Memorial donations
may be given to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W.90'" Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606, the Tampa Shtrine
Hospital, 12502 USF Pine Drive,
Tampa, Florida 33612-8411 or
Antioch Cemetery Association,
P.O. Box 94, LaCrosse, FL 32658.
Arrangements were under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.
PAID OBITUARY

James Jones
PERRY-James "Jim" Laverne
Jones, 61, of Perry died Saturday,
Nov. 8, 2008 at the Select
Specialty Hospital in Tallahassee.
A native of Gainesville, Mr.
Jones had lived in Perry since
1979, moving from Starke. He
was a brick mason by trade and an
avid Gator fan. Mr. Jones was a
member of the National Humane
Society and American Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals (ASPCA). Mr. Jones was
preceded in death by his parents,
Robert and Mildred Brinson
Jones.
Survivors include his wife of 25
years, Patricia Jones of Perry; a
son Tommy Jones of Jefferson,
Ga.; two daughters Lisa Jones and
Denise Heffner, all of
Jacksonville; two step-sons Marc
Winbur of Alachua and Brad
Winburn of Brooker; a god-son
William Roy Jones III "Tripp" of
Tallahassee; a sister Yvonne
Combs of Starke; 10
grandchildren and his beloved
dog, "Baby".
Funeral services for Mr. Jones
were held Tuesday, Nov. 11, in
the Joe P. Bums Memorial Chapel
with the Rev. Jerry Durden
officiating. In lieu of flowers,
donations may be made to the
National Humane Society, 40 E.
Main St, Newark, Del. 19711 or
to the Taylor County Needy
Children's Fund, Attn: Rhonda
Brooks, 318 N. Clark St., Perry,
FL 32347. Joe P. Bums Funeral
Home of Perry was in charge of
arrangements.
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OBITUARIES BC Master
Gardeners to
Lillie Acree host 'Things
MELROSE-Lillie Leigh Arcc., ith
87, of Melrose died Thursday, with W ings'
Nov. 6, 2008, at E.T. York Haven
Hospice Care Center in workshop
Gainesville.
Born in Jacksonville, Mrs. The Bradford County Master
Acree lived in Gainesville before Gardeners will conduct a
moving to Melrose. She was workshop on bugs, birds, bees
preceded in death by her husband and butterflies. This workshop
of 56 years, Oscar "Tootie" Acree. will be fun and educational for
Survivors include a daughter,
Elizabeth Williams of Gainesville all ages. Attending this
and a son, Robert Acree of workshop is a great
Clayton, AL; grandsons, Jason opportunity to become familiar
Williams of Fayetteville, N.C. and with some critters that share
Jitimy Harvey of Palatka. our world.
Funeral services were held The first topic offered will
Saturday, Nov. 8 at Eliam Baptist be an overview of harmful and
Church in Melrose with Pastor beneficial insects. Many
Rick Ergle officiating. Burial will people think all bugs are bad;
take placedat a later date. Morning
Funeral Home of Melrose is in this is not true. The majority of
charge of arrangements. bugs are neither helpful nor
harmful; they live their lives
with little impact to humans.
Harry Atkins Some insects actually eat the
MELROSE-Harry James "Jim" bad bugs that feed on your
Atkins, 77, of Melrose died garden and landscape plants.
Saturday, Nov. 8, 2008 at Barbara Searcy will show you
Gainesville Health Care Center how to identify which bugs
following a long illness. can be a benefit to your garden
Born in Lakeland, Mr. Atkins and neighborhood and which
was a longtime resident of the ones are harmful.
Melrose area. He retired from the Following the good bug/bad
United States Navy and worked as Following the good bug/bad
a mechanic. bug introduction, Jim
Survivors include three sons, DeValerio will present a look
several grandchildren and a great- at one of the world's worst
grandchild; and his caregiver "bad bugs"-the mosquito.
Linda and Ron Spence of Lake Although this bug is bad, it
Geneva and friends, Marjorie and possesses some truly amazing
Ernie. characteristics which help it to
Funeral services for Mr. Atkins be so bad. This will be a fun
were held Wednesday, Nov. 12, in talk that includes some
Florida National Cemetery, interesting videos. Learning
Bushnell. Arrangements interesting videos. Learning
under the care of Jones-Gallagher how mosquitoes complete their
Funeral Home of Keystone life cycle will help you
Heights. manage mosquitoes around
your home.
The mosquito section will be
followed by a presentation by
Master Gardener Juanita Hall.
She is going to teach on two of
In Loving Memory of our most notable wood
eia e peckers-the small red-
Leila M ae cockaded woodpecker and the
Jgg s- rig large pileated woodpecker.
uggs- ril Come and learn how to enjoy
and understand why
May 3, 1927 Nov. 1, 2007 woodpeckers knock o'n wood.
When I come to the end of my Barbara Searcy will follow
journey and I travel my last the woodpecker presentation
weary mile, justforget ifyou by teaching homeowners about
can, that I everfrowned and some local bird programs in
which they can participate.
only remember the smile. These programs include how
Forget unkind words I have to identify and report dead
spoken; remember some good birds, which birds might carry
I have done. Forget that I ever disease, urbin bird watch,
had heartache and remember backyard bird feeder watch
: and how to perform a
I've had loads offun. Forget .Christmas bird count.
Sthat I'yeumbled and Ls,, J AVe-are forltiatEi:,taihavfe.a. L
' blundered and sometimes fell visiting Master Gardener from
by the way. Remember I have Mississippi-Tom Wright-
fought some hard battles and teaching on "The Secret Life
of Bees." Have you ever
won, ere the close of the day. wondered how bees find their
Then forget to grieve for my way home or why beekeepers
going, I would not have you use smoke? Or perhaps, what
sad for a day, but in summer bees dance about? Let Wright,
just gather some flowers and a master beekeeper, tell you.
S t p w The final topic covered will
remember the place where I be on butterflies. Did you
-lay, and come in the shade of know that butterflies can be an
evening when the sun paints indicator of environmental
the sky in the west. Stand for a health? Learn about butterfly
few moments besde me and gardening so you can see these
S o m amazing insects year round.
remember only m This workshop is free and
Love, Mary, James, open to the public. It is
grandchildren andgreat- scheduled for Thursday, Nov.
grandchildren. 13, from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30


North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce and the
Lions Club.
The cost of the ride is $10
and one unwrapped new toy
per bike (no veapon-type toys,
please). A free, hot breakfast
will be served at 9 a.lm. at
Madison Street Baptist Church
for all riders as well as anyone
who donates to the program.
At 10 a.m., the ride begins in
the church's east parking lot.
The ride will last
approximately 1.5 hours before
returning to the church.


Sr. Thanksgiving basketball
tournament is scheduled for
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 27-30,
at the R..I.. gym at 1080 N.
Pine St.
The eight-team, double-
elimination tournament will tip
of at 7 p.m. each night.
There is a $200 entry ee 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.


p.m. at the Bradford County
Public Library in Starke. Call
the Bradford County Extension
Service at (904) 966-6299 to
register or for more
information.

Local theater
group
presents 'A
Bad Year for
Tomatoes'
The Lake Region
Community Theatre presents
"A Bad Year for Tomatoes," a
comedy by John Patrick, on six
dates this month at the
theater's location (across from
Showcase Advertising) at 218
S.E. Walnut St. in Starke.
Fed up with the pressures
and demands of her acting
career, the famous Myra
Marlowe leases a house in the
tiny New England hamlet of
Beaver Haven and settles
down to write her
autobiography. She is
successful in turning 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 away and gain
some privacy, Myra invents a
mad, homicidal sister who 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 handyman develops
an affection for "Sister Sadie"
and the nosy 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,
Nov. 23. Donation prices are
$12 for adults and $10 for
children.
Seating is limited, so
reservations are recommended.
Reservations may be made by
calling the box office at (352)
226-4082. Leave a message
and someone will return your
call. Matercard and Visa are
accepted.

Motorcyle
.Christmas toy
ride set for
Nov. 22 in
Bradford Co.
The FAITH Riders
motorcycle ministry of
Madison Street Baptist Church
in Starke is hosting a toy ride
on Saturday, Nov. 22. All toys
and monies collected will
benefit the Toys for Kids
program sponsored by the


poker tzmiarnament on Friday,
Nov. 14-, at the Bradford
County IFairgrounds to raise
funds for the JPW cheerleaders
to attend the regional
cheerlea-d ing competition.
Regisiiration begins at 6:30
p.m., v ith the tournament
schedul:cl to begin at 7 p.m.
The buy--i,n is $50.
The JPIW cheerleaders will
travel to Orlando
Thanksgiving weekend for the
regional competition.
For more information,
please call Braxton Britt or
Dana Bi 'i tt at (904) 964-2226.


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Starke man

faces drug

charges
A 36-year-old Starke man
faces multiple charges from
the execution of a search
warrant at his home on S.R.
100 west.
Marvin Christopher Slocum
was arrested Nov. 7 by Sgt.
Brian Davis during a search at
7:09 a.m. Approximately four
grams of suspected powder
cocaine were found in
Slocum's bedroom. A Taurus
9mm handgun was found next
to the cocaine, Sgt. Davis
said. Slocum is a convicted
felon. The handgun was
loaded with 11 rounds of
ammunition and 43 rounds of
ammunition were found in the
same bedroom, Sgt. Davis
said. Slocum was charged
with possession of controlled
substance (cocaine) with
intent to sell and possession
of firearm by a convicted
felon.
Slocum was charged on
warrants by Deputy R.
Watkins with several counts
of cocaine possession within
1,000 feet of a church and
possession controlled
substance with intent to sell,
manufacture, deliver.
Total bond was set at
$90,000.

Woman

charged in

April death

in crash on

S.R. 21
A 43-year-old Keystone
Heights woman was arrested
Nov. 6 for vehicular
manslaughter.
Cindy Lynn Zink was
charged with causing the
death of a motorist on April
20. Zink was northbound on
S.R. 21 at approximately 9:48
a.m. She was traveling above
the posted speed limit when
she overtook and passed a
vehicle. As she passed the
vehicle, Zink's vehicle went
off the roadway and onto the
shoulder for a good distance.
When she reentered the road,
-T n..-', ,, -.
,shne,,Wiy d iand.pu oIdlhe
-northigbotd'lane, acording to
witnesses. The Zink vehicle
then changed lanes and struck
another vehicle headon,
causing both vehicles to rotate
in a counterclockwise
direction before separating.
Zink received serious injuries
when she was ejected as her
vehicle slid sideways before
overturning multiple times,
according to the arrest
warrant.
Domingo Martinez
Gohzalez died in the crash
and a passenger Si Long So
received minor injuries. Bond
was set at $50,003.


Recent


victim with warm cooking
grease during a confrontation.
Bond was set at $ 1,000.

Vanessa Tyson, 46, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 7 by
Patrolman Brown for breach
of the peace and resisting an
officer without violence.
Tyson was charged with
yelling and screaming about a
parking ticket even when the
officer asked her to lower her
voice. She was placed under
arrest for creating a
disturbance but refused to be
handcuffed, Patrolman Brown
said. She had to be taken to
the ground to be handcuffed,
Patrolman Brown said. Surety
bonds totaling $1,000 were
posted for her release from
custody.

Miriam Christina Perry, 21,
of Raiford was arrested Nov.
6 by Bradford Deputy Brian
Waldorf for trespass, after
warning. Perry was warned
Nov. 5 by law enforcement.
She violated the trespass
warning by entering the
property of the victim, Deputy
Waldorf said. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.

Kyle Morgan Miller, 19, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov.
8 by Starke Sgt. William
Murray for trespass in
structure. Miller entered and
remained in the victim's
residence. At 1:22 a.m. he
was found lying on the floor
next to the bed in an attempt
to conceal himself, Sgt.
Murray said. He was released
from custody after a $1,000
surety bond.

Willis Wells Jr., 36, of
Orange Park was arrested
Nov. 8 by Sgt. Murray for
disorderly intoxication. Wells
smelled strongly of an
alcoholic beverage and he had
two bottles of beer in his
possession, Sgt. Murray said.
While being escorted from the
area, Wells began cursing and
drawing a crowd. He refused
to be quiet and was placed
under arrest, Sgt. Murray
said. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release
from custody.

Karen Roberts Williams,
32, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov, 7- *by Clay
Deputy .D.L Cox`n for petit'
theft and possession of


controlled substance.
Williams was charged with
concealing merchandise in
Wal-Mart on Brannan Field
Road and then leaving the
store without paying, Deputy
Coxcn said. Williams also
attempted to return a pair of'
pants that she had selected
from the shelf using a sales
receipt she found in the store
parking lot. During a search
the officer found prescription
medication that was not
prescribed for Williams,
including Suboxone,
Methadone and Hydrocodone,
Deputy Coxen said. The theft
occurred at 2:35 p.m.

Donita Lynn Driggers, 52,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 4 by Union Deputy
David Shane for battery on
person 65 or older. Driggers
was charged with grabbing
the victim, yelling at her and
snatching the victim's
walking cane, Deputy Shane
said. She was released from
custody after a $5,000 surety
bond was posted. Driggers
was again arrested Nov. 8 by
Deputy Shane for disorderly
intoxication. Driggers was at
the community center where
she was creating a
disturbance. She smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and appeared to be
very disoriented, Deputy
Shane said. A $1,000 surety
bond was posted for her
release from custody.

Christopher Hartley, 38, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 10 by Clay
deputies for shoplifting and
resisting a retail merchant.

Loy Readdick, 21, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 7 by
Patrolman Brown for giving
an alcoholic beverage to a
person under 21. He was
released from custody after a
$1,000 surety bond was
posted.

Jason Jeffrey Nordstrom,
24, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 7 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
violation of probation larceny
from Alachua County with no
bond.

Willie Jerome Newsome
Jr., 34, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 4 by Hampton
PafNolriahh S. D6rfaldson for
failure to appear for a


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Miller was charged with
holding a knife to the victim's
neck and cutting her on the
right side, Patrolman Brown
said. The incident occurred
just before midnight on Alton
at Butler roads.

Daniel Wade Spradley, 47,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 9 by Clay
Deputy M.P. Kirchner for
aggravated child abuse and
simple battery domestic.
Spradley was charged with
hitting the 17-year-old victim
in the head with a hot metal
skillet and putting another
victim in a headlock during an
argument, Deputy Kirchner
said.

Donald Wayne Akers, 39,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 7 by Deputy
Kirchner for simple battery
domestic. Akers was charged
with punching and kicking the
victim during an argument
over Akers' medications. The
incident occurred at 8 a.m.

Lillie Patricia Knight, 60, of
Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 3 by Patrolman Lockhart
for battery. Knight was
charged with striking the


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imlisdemleanor offense.
Newsome's vehicle was
slopped for speeding on
Prospect Avenue. He was
rele;ascd from custody after a
$10,00() surety bond was
posted.

Reginald Roe, 56, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 3 by Starke
Patirolnma;i rad Smith for
violation of probation grand
theft from Suwannee County.
He was released to another
agency.

Veronica Parler, 23, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 10 for violation
of probation introduction of
contraband.

Douglas Joseph Martin, 49,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 5
by Bradford Deputy R.V.
Melton for violation of
probation domestic battery.
Martin was sentenced to serve
30 days in the county jail.

Steven Wayne Thornton,
30, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 5 by Bradford Deputy
Josh Luke for violation of
probation possession of drug
paraphernalia. Thornton was
sentenced to serve 60 days in
the county jail.

Ronald Charles Newman,
21, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 7 by Starke Patrolman
Clint Lockhart for failure to
appear trespass in occupied
structure. A $5,000 surety
bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Lawrence Curry, 46, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 4 by Clay
deputies for violation of
probation battery.


Leonard Carr, 47, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 5 by Clay
deputies on a warrant for
failure to comply.

Traffic
Alphonso Covington, 48, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 9 by
Sgt. Murray for driving under
the influence (DUI).
Covington's 1998 Ford was
stopped at 1:34 a.m. on North
Street. After being booked,
Covington was released from
custody when a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Thomas William Moran,
47, of Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 7 by Clay
Deputy R.E. Russell for DUI
alcohol or drugs. Moran's
pickup truck was stopped on
S.R. 21 at 9:25 p.m. for faulty
equipment. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and his speech was
slurred. After failing the field
sobriety testing, Moran
provided a blood-alcohol
sample of .15 percent, Deputy
Russell said.


John Truby Greene, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 8 by Patrolman Lockhart
for driving while license
suspended or revoked
(DWLS). A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release
from custody.

Ronald Cedrick Mondesir,
21, of Hinesville, Ga., was
arrested Nov. .7 by Bradford
Deputy Keith McInnis for
DWLS with knowledge. He
was released from custody
after a $500 surety bond was
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Thayne Gray Benton, 44, ot
Portsmouth, Va., was arrested
Nov. 8 by Lawtey Patrolman
Michael Gillick for DWLS. A
$500 cash bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Thomas Edwardo
Wichterman, 24, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 8
by Deputy Russell for DWLS
knowingly. Wichterman's
pickup truck was stopped for
faulty equipment at 1:45 a,m.
A computer check found his
license was suspended.

Dlorah Ann Crews, 33, of
Keystone Heights was
arrested Nov. 6 by Clay
Deputy K.M. Warner for
DWLS with knowledge and
habitual traffic offender.

William Michael Bland, 33,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 1 in Duval County on a
warrant from Bradford for
reckless driving, willful or
wanton disregard for safety.
Bland was transported Nov. 5
to Bradford County Jail with
bond set at $4,000.

Lucian D. Andrews, 25, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 10
by Patrolman Lockhart for
failure to appear DWLS.
Bond was set at $5,000.

Hailey Hautzenroeder, 26,
of Melrose was arrested Nov.
4 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for contempt no valid
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Tigers have no problem


with Indians in 47-14 win


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Najeeb Smith scored three
touchdowns, including one in a
28-point second quarter, as the
Union County football team
closed out District 4-2B play
with a 47-14 rout of visiting
Chiefland on Nov. 7.

The Tigers (6-3, 2-2 in
District 4) found themselves
involved in a scoreless game
against the Indians, but Deven
Perry scored two touchdowns
in the second quarter to spark
the team to a 28-0 halftime
lead. Perry scored on runs of 6


and 19 yards before
quarterback Chris Alexander
tossed two touchdowns. His
first touchdown pass went to
Brodie Ellis, covering 5 yards.
Smith was the recipient of the
second pass, which came from
6 yards out.
Alexander finished the game
12-of-17 for 168 yards.
Bryan Holmes got the
second .half started off with a
bang when he returned
Cheifland's kickoff 98 yards
for a score and a 34-0 lead.
Chiefland (4-5, 1-3) finally
scored when Tommy Sheffield
found the end zone on a 2-yard


run. That was the first of two
consecutive scores for
Chielfand- Sheffield scored
the second as well on a I-yard
run.
Smith closed out the scoring
with two touchdowns in the
fourth quarter. His first camE
following Sheffield's second
touchdown run when he
returned the ensuring kickoff
50 yards, putting the Tigers up
41-0.
Later, Smith scored on a 32-
yard run.
Union closes out the season
with a game against Taylor
County Friday, Nov. 14, at
7:30 p.m. in Perry.


Blocked kick helps Indians


defeat Tornadoes 14-13


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The Lake Region Community Theatre held its fall children's music and theater
recital on Oct. 25. Participants were: (front, I-r) Susie Cooper (acting), Lauren
Hovsepian (vocals), Bethany Bryan (acting), Brandon Ludwig (acting), Savannah
Cooper (acting), Dylan Kuhue (acting), (middle row, I-r) Rachel Ricker (piano), A.J.
Bellis (piano), Hannah Ricker (piano), Jordyn Gowens (acting), Taylor Cooper
(acting), Hunter Cooper (acting), (back row, I-r) Karyn Merritt (instructor, acting and
vocals), Savannah Trantham (vocals), Tessa Ricker (piano), Laura Dayle Sikes
(acting), Danielle Sikes (acting) and Jack Stella (instructor, piano). The.children
who participated in acting completed a six-week beginner's workshop.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Visiting Bradford was on
the verge of tying the game
after overcoming two costly
first-quarter turnovers, but
Keystone Heights' Zak Davis
blocked Erik Burnal's extra-
point kick following a fourth-
quarter touchdown, preserving
a one-point lead that held as
the Indians defeated the
Tornadoes 14-13 in the District
3-2A finale for both teams on
Nov. 7.
"We decided to play football
tonight," Keystone head coach
Chuck Dickinson said. "We
haven't played well the last
few weeks."
Davis' block, which
occurred with 8:07 left in the
game, snapped a three-game
losing streak for the Indians,
:who lost their last two games
by 21-0 scores. Keystone (3-6,
3-4 in District 3) will finish
with its first losing season
since 2003, but Dickinson said
:he and his coaching staff
challenged the seniors to at
least end the season on. a
:positive note.
SThey got off to a good start
:in that regard. Running back
Marcel Robinson had both of
'the team's scores, while
linebacker Dillon Van Wagner
:came up with a big fumble'
recovery late in the game.
-Yet juniors, like Davts-
made their mark, too. It was
junior Shane Jennings who
came up.with the first of four
Bradford turnovers, which was
the key play of the game,
according to Bradford head
coach Steve Hoard. Bradford
(3-6, 3-4) won the opening
coin toss and elected to receive
the ball. The Tornadoes' first
play from scrimmage was a
fumbled quarterback-center
exchange, which Jennings
recovered at the Bradford 23.


Four plays later, Robinson
found the end zone from a yard
out to give the Indians the
early lead.
Hoard said his decision on
winning the coin toss would
normally be to defer his option
to the second half, but he
wanted to build upon- the
momentum his team had
generated in two wins leading
up to the Keystone game.
"The last two weeks we've
played pretty well on offense,"
Hoard said. "We were trying to
establish that early. It couldn't
have happened any worse to
go out there and fumble the
opening snap between the
quarterback and center."
The entire first half was a
struggle for the Bradford
offense, which generated just
31 yards. The Tornadoes
gained just one first down in
the half and had three, three-
and-out possessions. They also
committed another turnover,
which led to Keystone's
second score.
Bradford had just made a
defensive stand when Donelle
Williams tackled Robinson for
a 1-yard gain"bn a fourth-and-2
play from the Bradford 27-
yard line. Keystone got the ball
back on the very next play,
though, when Chase Chambers
intercepted a Trey Winkler
pass at the Bradford 48.


uavis gave .. ie inuiu s a
first down when he caught a
short pass from RJ. Buxton
and turned it into a 43-yard
gain to the 5-yard line. That set
Robinson up for his second
touchdown run and a 14-0 lead
with 57 seconds left in the
opening quarter.
Keystone gained 120 yards
in the opening quarter, but was
held to 110 yards the rest of
the way. In the second half,
Bradford's defense held the
Indians to 51 yards and two


first downs, while forcing two
turnovers.
"We fought back," Hoard
said. "The defense played well,
for the most part, the rest of
the game."
Offensively, it was a long
run by Winkler and a juggling
catch by Charles Jones that got
the Tornadoes going.
Bradford's first play from
scrimmage in the second half
was a 37-yard run by Winkler
to the Keystone 42. Two plays
later, Jones bobbled a pass

See INDIANS, p. 11B


LEGALS
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Bradford County Code
Enforcement Board will hold their
regular meeting on Tuesday,
November 18, 2008, at 6:00 p.m. in
the County Commission Meeting
Room, North Wing of the Bradford
County Courthouse. An agenda for
this meeting may be obtained from
the County Manager in the North
wing of the courthouse.
11/13 1tchg-B


Consolidated
Schools'

Christmas
banquet is

Dec. 6
The Consolidated Schools of
Union County
Committee (formerly
Consolidated High School) is
inviting anyone interested to
attend the annual Christmas
banquet on Saturday, Dec. 6, at
6 p.m. at the Lake Butler
Community Center. There will
be a fashion show for anyone
wishing to participate, door
prizes, food, speaker, music
and fun.
The fee for this event is $15
per person or $25 per couple to
be used for scholarships and
future events.
Please contact Eddie or Cora
Jackson at (386) 496-1670 or
Alicia Maxwell at (352) 372-
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1.5 miles from Shands
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everything new, includes
electric wiring, AC, well,
carpet and tile, $109,000.
Call 904-964-8602 after
6pm, Mon-Friday.
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and steps installed. Call
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$79,900. 2x6 exterior
walls, tape and textured
throughout, delivered,
setup. A/C, skirting and
steps installed. Call 904-
259-8028.
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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.


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Sheila Daugherty,
Realtor

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

* 2BR/1BA, Corer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Remodeled REDUCED.....$59,500
* 3BR/IBA, Orange St. Seller will pay up to
$1500 of Buyer's Closing Cost.....$99,000
* Wooded, waterfront lots on canal at
Crosby Lake ............$29,900 & $37,000
* 2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
...............................REDUCED $29,950
* 9.82 ac. in Hampton-owner fin.....$63,830
* 23 ac. in Hampton-owner fin. ......$149,500
* 3BR/2BA DWMH 2052 sq.ft., on 1 acre off
S.R.16 E. Starke MUST SELL $99,500
* New Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA,
1212 sq. ft. Starke ............. $147,200
SNew Home on Raiford Rd. 3 BR/2 BA
1246 sq.,ft. Starke........................$149,900


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Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units have additional outside storage
Full carpeting and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porches for outdoor living
Convenient laundry facilities No pets

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Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker
(941964-5069
ij ~405 W. Georgia St. Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com


3 BR/2 BA in Starke
Walk to schools! Huge screened porch, fireplace. Broker/Owner.
For Sale or Lease $139,900, owner financing,

KINGSLEY LAKE LOT ready for HAMPTON LAKE home
your new home-boat house and & vacant lots with lake
dock in great condition, ready to access
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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 2/1
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.
SANTA FE LAKE winter
months, weeks, week-
ends. Completely
equipped, clean, pretty,
deck, dock, sunset view,
ski, swim, fish, relax. Call
352-475-2838.
EFFICIENCY APT on Lake
Santa Fe. Enjoy home,
beautiful sunsets on the
lake, fishing from the dock
& being surrounded by
quiet solitude, respon-
sible adult only. Service
animals only, $450 per
month, first & last re-
quired. Call 352-318-
0087.


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$500/MTH, plus $500/
dep, service animals only
Call 386-431-1917 or 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.
$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.
2/2 SW ON ONE ACRE
$475 per month plus de-
posit, service animals
only. call 352-468-3221.
Griffis Loop, outside
Starke city limits.
KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/1
$750/mth plus security
deposit. Near schools,
huge deck, trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.


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KEYSTONE RENTAL 3/2.
$750/mth rent plus depos-
it. Near schools, fenced in
back yard, trash and pest
control included, service
animals only. Call 352-
473-8055.
2BR HOUSE. 1st, last, de-
posit, $600 per month.
Call 904-964-7066.
3BR/2BA VERY CLEAN,
CH/A, new appliances, in
good area, $ 535 + depos-
it' call 904-368-0832.
BRADFORD ST., STARKE
-3/2 CLOSE TOSTARKE
SCHOOLS. New heat
pump, new windows,
carpet and wood floors.
Family safe neighbor-
hood. Big, open back
yard for privacy. First, last
and deposit. $750 each,
references required. Call
814-257-9825
3BR/2BA DW CR 233, $600
per month plus damage
deposit. No calls after
9pm 904-964-6997

3BR/2BA DW, FIREPLACE
and den, pest control and
lawn service included,
$850 per month plus
deposit, first and last
months rent. Call 904-
964-3359.
STARKE 2 HOMES TO
choose from. 3/2 DWMH
with CH/A. $600/mth
plus deposit. 2BR/1.5BA
SW, $450 per month plus
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
3BR/2BA HOUSE, CH/A,
large den, fenced yard, in
Starke. 1st/last/$750 oer


2/1 HOUSE.WITH LAKE
VIEW/LAKE ACCESS to
Smith Lake in Keystone.
Washer/dryer included.
$595/mlh plus $800/dep.
Call 904-614-7170.
3/1 HOUSE IN STARKE
WASHER/DRYER
HOOK-UP. $650/mth
plus $825/dep. Call 904-
614-7170.
2BR/1BA 1.5 MILES from
Super Wal-mart. Light
& bright, great starter or
retirement home. Quiet
neighborhood, ceramic
tile, laminate wood floor-
ing, washer/dryer hook-
up, $550 per month and
$550 deposit. Available
Dec. 1. Call 904-338-
6282.
3BR/2BA MH ON 6 fenced
acres, den, gated, next
to Bradford Co. Schools.
Available Dec. 1, $625
per month. Call 352-328-
5883.
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 morp
information
POMERANIAN PUPS, 1
male, 1 female, 8 weeks
old, shots, wormed, sable
color, $250 cash. Call
352-485-2858.


month + $300 sec. de- SHIHTZU AND DACHS-
posit. References, service HUND MIX PUPPIES,
animals only, 1 year lease.. $100. Chihuahua and
Call 352-262-2586. Dachshund mix puppies,
MOBILE HOMES FOR $100. Wood for sale,
RENT 3/1 IN CITY LIM- $75/load, oak and pecan,
ITS. $500/mth, $500/dep. you pick up. Call 386-
Also, 3/2 on SR121. Ref- 431-1404.
erences required, call FREE KITTENS several
904-364-8535. colors. Call 904-964-6903
2 NICE HOMES FOR RENT. or 904-782-1010.
2BR furnished apartment 53 A
with CH/A, and a 2BR
unfurnished house. Apply Starke Yard
at 518 Church St. Call Sales .
904-964-5762 for further MANY ITEMS FOR SALE
information. China closet, cherry
HOME FOR RENT 2/2 wod, lighted w/4 shelves,
NEAR STARKE COUN- 50" wide, 76' tall, $499.
TRY CLUB. $550/mth, Walnut rocking chair, $49.
includes laundry room. Danish Dinning table,
Calr904-769-9616. extension leaves, 35"
3BR904-769-9612BA DW ON ONE wide, 55" long, $90. Rid-
ACRE CH/A, firelaceO ing mower, with bagger, 3
ACRE CH/Ag direpsacer, years old, used 2 years,
large deck, dishwasher, half price $700. Utility
service animals only 650 trailer, steel frame, low
per month plus dep 352- axle, largetires, 2 exra.
3BRBADWWITHcovered 4' wide by 10' long. Rear
directionals, wood sides
porch, service animals and platform, $450. Call
only, outside city limits, 352-473-0735.
$550 per month plus 3 FAMILY MOVING sale.
deposit. Call 352-258- Thurs., Fri., & Sat. from
iOI35. HOM ME- am til 2pm. Green Acres,
MOBILE HOME 2/1 IN MEL- 1412 Debra Street. Din-
ROSE- Nice, open layout. 1412 Debra Street. Din-
$395/mth plus $300 secu- ng, bedroom, and living
rity deposit. Call352-475- roomfurniture, household
6285.
NEED A ROOM? Furnished,
cable, internet, phone &
part utilities. Call 352-473-
3480.
KEYSTONE 14 X 70 MH on
one acre on paved road,
2BR/2BA, cathedral ceil-
ings, walk-in closet, gar- in a down Re
den tub, front deck, $510
per month plus deposit. Market.. I
Off Gas Line Rd. Call Market... It m
352-235-1288 or 352-
473-6462.
2BRRBA ONONEACREof longer to find
land. Fenced in yard, all
electric, and carport, $650 Hang in and
per month. Call 352-258-
4617 or 904-364-8432. good 'ill h
FOR RENT, 2BR MH, $400 g od will ha
per month. Service ani- ur Class
mals only. Call 352-468-
1455.


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items, misc.
YARD SALE SAT & SUN,
8am til ? Great stuff for
cheap. Girls furniture,
baby clothes, house-
hold, misc stuff. Corner
of CR225 and CR229 in
Starke.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE
baby crib, lots of new
and used toys, vacuum,
clothes, stroller, 36" off
road truck tires, 31" tires,
tow hitch for early 80's
ford pickup. Lots more.
Take SR 16 towards pris-
on, left at CR 225, about
one mile on right. Fri., &
Sat., from 9am til ?
SAT ONLY! 8am til 2pm.
Lots of clothes, baby
items and household,
some new. 515 E. Jack-
son St. corner of Jackson
and water, across from
Episcopal Church.
KIDS CLOTHES, COMPUT-
ERS, toys, furniture, &
misc. Sat 8am til ? SR
100 towards Keystone in
front of Tony's Food Mart.
Everything must got
HUGE YARD SALE Sat.,
8am til 4 pm. 803 Park-
wood Place.
LARGE YARD SALE Sat.,
7:30am til 1:30pm. Many
new items. Do your Christ-
mas shopping early. Pit
Stop Cafe in Lawtey.
BIG YARD SALE, Tammy's
Flowers, 923 Pine St., off
SR 16. Fri., Nov., 14 frbm
10am til 3pm. Sat., Nov.,
15 from 9a, til 3pm. Any
questions call 9Q4-964-
7519.
YARD SALE THURS., FRI.,
SAT., 6276 Mary Dot
Lane, next to Kingsley
Lake Cementary, 9am to
5pm, follow signs. Furni-
ture, tools, and guns.
IN MEMORY OF DON BRY-
ANT at Knuckle Draggers
Motorcycle Shop. Yard
sale to benefit Cancer Re-
lay for Life. Lots of stuff.
Sat. 9am til 5pm.
53 B
Keystone Yard
Sales
PRE CHRISTMAS SALE
and yard sale on Thurs-
day, November 20, 2008.
10am til 2pm, located
at Park of the Palms,
Inc. Follow the signs.
There will also be a lun-
cheon served at a nominal
charge.
LARGE GOING OUT OF
business sale. Now
through Nov. 16th. 8am
til 5pm/ everything for
sale, including, ATV, truck,
trailer, caterpilller. bush
hog, land clearing busi-
ness items, garage full of
tools, hunting supplies,
SR 21 to 315C. Trawick
Road to Bondarenko.


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BIG ESTATE SALE NOV. 13,
14, &15, 8A, til 4pm. 6859
Deer Springs Rd. Serious
collectors, vintage items,
RR lanterns, Dazey butter
churn, hundreds of 40's,
50's and 60's salt & pep-
per shakers, glass door
knobs, Holland wooden
shoes. Cookoo Clocks,
coffee grinders, German
beer steins, and much
more. Follow blue and
white signs, ail inside.
FRI. NOV 14TH. 8am til 4
pm. Sat. Nov. 15th, 8am
til 12pm. 280 Berea Ave.
in Keystone Heights.
SAT. ONLY 8AM TIL ? 7674
Kaibab Ave., Keystone
Heights. Exercise equip-
ment, bunk bed with desk
built in, 2 four wheelers,
$1000for large one, small
fishing boat, riding lawn
mower. Call 407-832-
9482.
MULTI FAMILY sale on Fri.
Nov. 14 from 8am til 2pm
and Sat. Nov. 15 from
8am til ? On Spanish
Moss Rd. in Keystone
Heights.
CRYSTAL LAKE RD. Sat.,
8am til 3pm. 3 Family
sale. Cat collectables, old
tools, day bed mattress
and much more. Follow
signs.
FRI & SAT 11/14 & 11/15,
8am. Multi family. 500
Jasmine. Riding lawn
mower, treadmill, clothes,
household items, some
antiques and more.
SAT ONLY 8am til ? HWY
301 North, next to Har-
vest. Baby items, crib


and diaper jeanie, hunting
supplies and items of all
kinds.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE
Fri., 8am til 4pm and Sat.,
8am til noon. 746 SE 52
St., Keystone Heights.
Bed spreads, pillows and
lots morq.
SLEEPER SOFA, table
saw, antiques, handmade
quilts, Go Chair for handi-
capped. Fri. & Sat. 8am
til 4pm. 5154 SE 7th Ave,
Keystone.

55
Wanted
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
Pilluwtop 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.
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FIBER SUEDE set. Still
in package with warranty.
Stain resistant, pet/kid
friendly. Retail, $1,500.
Sacrifice, $450. Can de-
liver, 352-317-4031.
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.
FARM FRESH GREENS,
ALLKINDS. Forinforma-
tion, 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#0F4. Phone 904-
746-4743.
GAS STOVE white, full size,
asking $150. Call 386-
496-8330.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/


Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. Free Esti-
mates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, (904)-284-2333 or
1-800-288-0633.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages.
1-800-284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, run-
ning or not! Will pick
up anywhere. $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.
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and RNs, full time for all
shifts. Excellent pay and
benefits. Apply in per-
son at 808 S Colley Rd.,
Starke, FL 32091, 904-
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diploma required.
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tions for the following
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tenance with 2-3 years
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INDIANS
Continued from page 8B

from Winkler, but managed to
finally catch the ball, setting
up a third-and-I play that the
Tornadoes converted on a 4-
yard reception by Tremaine
Harris.
Bradford then went back to
its ground game. Williams
carried the ball four straight
times, gaining a total of 21
yards. The fourth run was good
for a gain of 2 yards and set up
third-and-3 at the 8-yard line.
Gerald Goodman picked up the
first, taking a pitch from
Winkler to the 1. Winkler
scored from there to cut
Keystone's lead to a
touchdown with 4:18 to play in
the third quarter.
The Indians did pick up a
first down on the ensuing
series when Ryan Latner
gained 10 yards on a pass
reception to the 50. However,
Bradford's Jones put a stop to
the drive when he intercepted
his ninth pass of the season-
the second-most interceptions
by a Bradford player during a
season..
However, the Tornadoes did
nothing with the turnover. A
roughing-the-passer penalty on
Keystone bailed Bradford out
on a third-and-13 play, but the
Tornadoes eventually turned
the ball over on a fumble. That
gave Keystone the ball at the
Bradford 45. The Indians did
pick up a first down, but
Bradford's John Clark,
recently moved up from the
junior varsity team, dropped
Robinson for a 1-yard loss on
the next play. Keystone
eventually turned the ball over
on downs, with Adrian Mosley
breaking up a pass on fourth
down.
Bradford took over at its
own 32 with 10:02 to play and
got two plays from Reggie
Thomas that helped the
Tornadoes score their second
touchdown. Thomas' 18-yard
reception on the first play of
the drive moved the Tornadoes
to midfield. He later gained 25


yards on a reverse to the
Keystone 25.
The Tornadoes tried to come
right back with a similar play,
but Keystone's Davis dropped
Thomas for no gain. An
incomplete pass and a 5-yard
penalty had Bradford facing
third-and-15, but tight end
Scott Crews hauled in a
Winkler pass in the end zone
for a 30-yard touchdown.
Though Burnal's extra point
was blocked, the Tornadoes
seemed to have momentum,
especially when CJ.
Covington, on Keystone's first
play from scrimmage after the
score, hit Robinson, forcing a
fumble. Williams fell on the
loose ball for Bradford, giving
the Tornadoes the ball at the
Keystone 49.
Keystone's defense stepped
up. Davis and Kyle Williams
held Bradford's Donelle
Williams to no gain on first
down, while on third-and-10,
Kyle Cravey dumped Winkler
for a loss of 16 yards to force a
punt.
The Tornadoes picked up
two first downs on their next
offensive series, but the drive
ended with their fourth
turnover of the game-a
fumble recovered by Van
Wagner at the Keystone 40.
"You can't win when you
turn the ball over that many
times," Hoard said. "It's
possible, but it's tough to win
like that."
Bradford's offense did get
the ball back with 13 seconds
left to play, but Winkler threw
two incompletions before
being sacked by Cravey again
on the last play of the game.
"It was a tough one for us to
lose," Hoard said. "Our kids
responded well, but it all goes
back to protecting the football
and protecting the kicker."
Both Keystone and Bradford
close out their seasons this
Friday, Nov. 14. Keystone
celebrates homecoming with a
game against Citrus at 7:30
p.m., while Bradford.travels to
the Disney Wide World of
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford failed to qualify
any of its runners for regional
competition, but the cross
country teams did each have a
runner place in the top half of
the fields at the Nov. 6 District
2-2A meet in Jacksonville.
Andy Merrill placed 50'" out
of 112 runners in the boys'
field with a time of 18:41.24,
while Christina Jordan placed
53"' out of 110 runners in the
girls' field with a time of
23:43.53.
Also competing for the
boys' team, which was 14th in
the 15-team field, were
Thomas Nguyen (21:04.31),
Ian Waters (21:18.20), James
Ramseur (22:14.35) and David
Weeks (23:00.21).
Bishop Kenny, which placed
six runners in the top seven,
repeated as the boys'
champion with a score of 17.
Bishop Kenny runner Michael
Wallace won the district for
the third straight year with a
time of 15:38.66. His
teammate, Colin Barker, was
runner-up with a time of
16:12.89.
Bolles, which had tour
runners in the top 15, was the
team runner-up with a score of
64.
On the girls' side, Bradford
did not field a full team, but
Jordan was joined by Jessika
Robinson (25:57.21), Kayla
Garlo (29:12.08) and Sarah


Swords (30:55.14).
Bishop Kenny's Sarah Davis
repeated as district champ with
a time of 18:24.95, while
Stephanie Strasser of
Fernandina Beach was runner-
up with a time of 18:26.96.
Bolles, which placed five
runners in the top 15, won the
team title with a score of 42.
Bishop Kenny, which placed
four runners in the top 15,
repeated as district runner-up
with a score of 49.
Besides Bishop Kenny and
Bolles, Creekside, Episcopal,
Fernandina Beach and
Menendez will also move on
to girls' regional competition,
while boys' teams Matanzas,
Stanton, Creekside, Episcopal,
Menendez and St. Augustine
will also advance.

Griffis leads

KH runners at

district meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Stqff Writer
Kelcee Griffis' top-30 finish
was the highlight of the day for
the Keystone Heights cross
country teams at the District 3-
2A meet, which was held Nov.
6 in Brooksville.
Despite Griffis' effort, the
Keystone girls' team has now
failed to qualify for regional
competition two straight years.
The Indians had an impressive
run in which they either
qualified the entire girls' team
or at least one member for
regional competition every
year from 1999 through 2006.
The top 15 runners at the
Nov. 6 meet earned regional


herths. (iriffis placed 27'" with
a time of 22:33.18. Teammate
Raquel D)oty-('Kelley earned
a 49"'-place finish with a time
of 24:14.28.
Also competing for the
Keystone girls' team, which
placed II out of 14 teams
with a score of 271, were
Leanne Dye (25:05.10), Alison
Alsup (23:30.85) and Morgan
Market (28:26.37).
In a complete reversal of last
year's District 3 results,
Wireglass Ranch won the
championship with a team
score of 44, while Crystal
River was runner-up with a
score of 88. Those two teams,
who combined to place seven
runners in the top 15, will
move on to regional
competition, as will Pasco,
Citrus, Nature Coast and
Lecanto.
Also flip-flopping from last
year were the top two
individuals. West Port's
Gretchen MacMillan won the
championship with a time of
19:07.38, while Ariel Grey of
Wireglass Ranch was runner-
up with a time of 19:28.44.
On the boys' side,
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placed 751h out of 106 runners
with a time of 20:03.85. He
was joined in the race by
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(21:51.06), TJ. Chirico
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score of 66, had the top two
runners in Matthew Lambert
(16:19.99) and Bruce Federico
(16:20.23). Wireglass Ranch
won the meet with a score of


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REGION
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