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Publication Date: 5/29/2008
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Union County High School Class of 2008

Special Graduation Edition


Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.
Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858


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Richard Daniel
Allen


Benjamin Ethan Clyde Nicolas
Amwake Barringer


Braden Fredrick
Belche


Jared Seth
Brand


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Theresa Lynn
Brown


Mary Elizabeth
Bullock


Frankie Augusta Jonathan
Caldwell Jr. Cardona


Jody Lynn
Cason .


Brandon Scott
Cauthen


Farewell from the superintendent...


Congratulations to the
graduating Class of 2008.
On behalf of the school
board, administrators,
faculty and staff, I would
like to personally thank
you for representing
Union County as
positive role models.
Your respect, loyalty and
honesty are appreciated
by the entire community.
Graduates, you are
entering a very complex
and challenging world,
one in need of you, your
knowledge and youthful
exuberance. Go forth and
make good decisions,
for they will determine
your destiny. Continue to
make us proud. Whatever


road in life you choose,
choose it wisely. For we
need you, your strengths,
talents and abilities to see
us through the days and
years to come. Help us
build a brighter tomorrow
for all who have preceded
you and those who will
follow in your footsteps.

Seniors of 2008, I
commend you and your
families for your' many
accomplishments thus far
in your lives, and know that
this is but the beginning
of greater things to come!
It has been an honor
and !a privilege to
serve you as your
Superintendentof Schools.


Sincerely,
Carlton Faulk


Superintendent
Carlton Faulk


I giratulation!


H1Y To

(o, UCHS

CLASS or
20081!


Class of

2008


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We're Proud


of You!


Management and Employees
of

Zillion (COuttli illl5
Serving Union County For Over 93 Years
125 E. Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 320541
386-496-2261


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Subscription Rate in
$30.00 per year:
$16.00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$30.00 per year:
$16.00 six months


USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesonline.com
(386) 496-2261
TradeArea John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: Teresa Stone-lrwin
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising. Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting- Hannah Ford


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv
Bookkeeping


Earl W Ray
Mesa iNoble
Kath, Bennett


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Congratulations
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Quality Feed
LLC
Hwy. 121 South
Lake Butler
386-496-2266


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A great future is yours.
Aim high, work hard and your efforts will be rewarded.
"Best wishes from the Union County courthouse officials"


Patsy Jornes Elixson
TAX COLLECTOR
Jerry Whitehead
SHERIFF


David L. Reiman
COUNTY JUDGE
Regina Parrish
CLERK OF COURTS


Debbie Osborne
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Steve Saunders
PROPERTY APPRAISER


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GRADUATTS


Class of 2008
Sincere best wishes ...
and thanks to all of you
for your patronage.
from...
Red, Kenneth,
Curtis & Family

Clyatt Well Drilling
P.O. Box 180
Worthington Springs, FL 32697
496-2488


Congratulations
Seniors
of the
Cass of 2008!

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Iraduatioa!

DICK'S

WINGS
1252 S. Walnut
St.
Starke
904-368-8158


SWIFT CREEK
R E A LT v


Congratulations
to
the
Class
of
2008!

AMBER ROBERTS-CRAWFORD,
BROKER/OWNER
(386) 490-0499
(800) 833-0499
WWW.SWIFTCREEKREALTY.NET
12469 W SR 100
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054


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Shana Angelia Michael Anthony
Chaffin Chandler Jr.


Bianca Jo Jordan Lanier
Clemons Clyatt


Jaiwan Jamal Anais Juliann
Cooper Cortes


Amberlee Constance Kellen Randall
Crawford Crawford


A few words from
your senior class

president...


It seems like it was
just yesterday we were
tightening the Velcro on
our shoes, unpacking the
old plastic lunch boxes and
digging for rolly pollies by
the fence. Now we have
just sent out invitations to
one of the biggest events
of our lives. Over the past
13 years of my life I have
been blessed to encounter
some of the most amazing
people I have ever met.
Ok, now that I said the
sad traditional stuff that
I'm, ','Qbl igated" to., day
(and my "mom wanted
me to say), I'm going
to speak from the heart.
Let me start by saying
HOLY COW high school
was amazing! I will be the
first to admit I hated my
first day of high school.
I got lost all the time and
had no friends to sit with
in lunch. Thankfully, four
amazing girls from the
junior class took me under
their wings.
After that first day,
it was all history from
there. I met my best
friends who are two of
the most important people
in my life. I received the
calling-if that's what
you want to call it-and
met Duane Archer who is
one of the best -people I
know. I found that drama
was my way of life. I


met the infamous trio of
Ag advisers and quickly
learned that when people
said Mrs. E was scary, they
meant it. The school year
ended and the sophomore
year quickly came.
That was the year that


Owner Tim Giebeig
496-1990 665 E.
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Cordell Dwayne
Cray


Senior Class
President Joey
O'Hern


It's-something
you've been
acquiring for
12 years.
There will be
more to
come,


Congraftuations


to the


Main Street
bway Plaza)
Lake Butler


Chelsey Deligne Cory James
Crews Croft


I learned a few things
about life. Number one,
Kupfer flips his hair more
times than Cher went
on a farewell tour, two



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SUPPLY
Our hearts' desire
for the seniors
of 2008 is that
they would
commit to the Lord
"Trust in the Lord
with all thine heart;
and lean not unto
thine own
understanding.
In all thy ways
acknowledge Him,
and He shall direct
thy paths."
Proverbs 3; 5,6


- putting on Ms. UCo
High is THE toughest job
for the sophomores and
three, some teachers in
the school have the nerve


Congrats
to the
Class of 2008!




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to steal other teachers'
hole punchers and repaint
them. The nerve!
The year came, we
See PRES, p. 4A


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Happy
Graduation!

Industrial

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Nursery Plants
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Union County School Board
& Superintendent
Carlton Faulk, Superintendent


Allen Parrish
District 1
) Marsan Carr
District 3
George Green Jr.
District 5


Alvin Griffis
District 2
Sandra Floyd (
District 4
Dan Webb
School Board Attorney


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With your diploma as
i momentum, grads, strive
for the best.
Congratulations to a
great class!



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Matthew Aaron Melissa Danielle Christopher
Dukes Dukes Edward Edenfield


Lillie Christine
Emmelhainz


Aundie Renee
Fields


Ashley Christine
Flint-Young


Amber Lynn Jared Tyler
Franzluebbers Freeman


Dayle Ashley Jennifer Nicole
Giebeig Gockley


Crystal Ann
Fulbright


Michael Scott Brittany Paige
Garmon Gay


Sedale LaNard Brandon Alan
Gray Griffis


Michael Aaron
Hammerle


Danielle Leigh
Giebeig


Justin Quin
Hanson


PRESS:
Continued from p. 3A
passed FCAT (We were
12t", be jealous!) and our
junior year rolled right
on in. During junior year,
: ,the ,Ag department got a
_,n.eSjface,-You-just-getta-
'l6vbe'n y now favorite Ag
adviser, Amanda "AJ"
James. Hey Mrs. James,
don't stress so much!
That year, I got in a class
I thought I was going to
hate. Maybe you've heard
of it. Its called yearbook
(by the way, they are still
on sale for $60). That
my friends, was the year
I was introduced to the
infamous Jamie Dekle
and Stacy Worrell who
then introduced me to
Precious. To top it off, we
had a great junior prom.
Mad props to Mrs. Lynch,
Melissa and Lillie.
Senior year has been
UH-MAY-ZING! It is
definitely one for the
books. I mean, let's think,
the senior class managed
to find out everyone else's


* homecoming skit and put
it in ours, I toilet papered
Debe Stephenson's house
with a group of friends who
will remain anonymous, I
mastered the art of going
to Hardees's every single





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CONGRATS!
qe ClIass
of 2008 is
Qreat!
Douglass
Equipment, LLC
Truck Sales
Hwy. 121
Lake Butler
496-3004
www.douglassequipment.com


morning without getting
caught and to top it all
off, I made it to the end
of 13 years with a group
of classmates I wouldn't
change for the world.
Now comes the time


CLASS OF



2008
It's time
to
Celebrate.
Congratulations!

UNION
POWER
EQUIPMENT
S.R.121
Lake Butler
(1/2 mile N. of Hardee's]
496-2651
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where we take the purple
and white robes out of
their packages, check.
the mailbox for any last
checks being sent and
prepare ourselves to go
See MORE, p. 5A

... ..I%-Ai aS '.."' 5
Class of

2008

"Congratulations"
from all of us
at
Southern
Professional
Title Services. N
Look for the
Red Door!
ILAKE BUTLER
3B6-496-0089

I STARKE I
904-964-6872
E-mail
southernprofessionaltitle @ alitel.net


Re who you are and say what you feel, because
those who mind don't matter and those who matter
don't mind.
Dr. Seuss


Cory -Ha/nah l Matthew
Croft itayes Kein
From

Little ainbow's
LEARNING CENTER INC.

Kim Bailey OWNER/DIRECTOR


496-8278
496-3817


Lic. #CO3UN0004


255 SE 6th St.
Lake Butler


Best wishes to
a great group
of GRADS. ,


"We Put Local CommunitiesFirst"


350 N. Temple Ave.
Starke
904-964-7050


500 Green Way,
S.R. 100 E., Keystone
352-473-4952


www.ccbg.com


WERE

VERY PROUD

OF THE

CJLS OF 2008


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The Future Looks Bright.
Make Sure It's Secure!

Allstate
"You're In Good Hands With Allstate"


CLg5 Of 200oo




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964-726 47.720


We predict a
wonderful life
for them!


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Hannah Alayne
Haves


Timothy J.
Hutton


Zeldrum Tyrone Travis Aaron
Highland Hofmann


Aurielle Elise
Isaac


John James Robert Andrew
Holmes Holmes


Sampson Jamel Tianna Shea
Jackson Jarvis


Shaniece LaTavia
Huggins


Rebecca Nicole Kenzie Logan
Johns Jones


Senior Memories


Richard Daniel Allen **
Reflections: Great times with
my friends. especially when we
.were leasing Jason. being the
last ore to finish everything in
school and m) favorite teacher.
my mom.
Clubs/Activities: UCHS
marching and concert band 8-
12. Trombone section leader
12. North Florida Honor Band
8-12. Weightlifting 9&1l1,
Library assistant 12,Technology
Students Association 9-11,
Perfect attendance 5-12, Voted
most intelligent 12. Florida
Junior Academy of Sciences 6-
12, FJAS treasurer 9, Secretary
10, VP 11 and President 12,
Science Awards: UCHS Ist
place category science fair
winner 9-12 and best overall
award 11-12, Suwannee Valley
Regional Science Fair Ist place
category winner 9-12, best
overall 11-12, Mu Alpha Theta


,MORE:
Continued from p. 4A
our separate ways. I will
be the first to say that I
will truly miss walking
the halls of UCHS.
To the freshmen, you
guys have the potential
to be spirit powerhouses.
Sophomores, one more
year of FCAT and you
guys are done! Have fun


award 12, NOAA Taking the
Pulse of the Planet Award I1-
12,
Guest speaker at Master
Gardeners of Columbia
County 10&12, State Science
& Engineering Fair 9-12. 4th
place senior botany 10, 5th
place senior teams 11, FJAS
Award Best 'Interdisciplinary
team project 12. International
Science Fair 11-12 and honor
roll award for 5 years.
Future Plans: Attend LCCC
and the University of Central
Florida to obtain a degree in
interactive systems design in
order to work in the video
gaming industry.
Benjamin Ethan Amwake
Reflections: Leaving for
lunch and hanging out at Yarnes
Cemetery.
Clubs/Activities: Band 9-11,
ROTC 11-12, Marching band


at your official prom.
Juniors, I hope youir;
senior year rocks as much
as mine did. Lay back and
enjoy every single day for
what its worth. To UCHS,
I leave you all love, pride
and spirit. I hope you bless
thousands more like you
did me. To the class of
2008, I hope the future is
amazing for every single
one of you and that you
are blessed in all you do.
Much Love
--Joey


William Matthew Thomas Michael
Klein Jr. Koontz


10-11.
Future Plans: Travel to
Oregon and Mexico until spring
semester '09, LCCC and UF
for psychology degree.
Clyde Nicolas Barringer
Reflections: Winning the
districtbasketball championship
over Interlachen, Mr. Rip,


Lee Clark, Brittany Griffis,
Chris Edenfield and Sampson
Jackson, who helped me on.the
court and even more when off
the court.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9,
HOSA 11, Basketball for four
years.
Future Plans: College to
receive a business degree, get


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Brian S. Crawford
President/Owner
386.755.8887
www.conceptconstruction.net
License #CGC1515491


386-462-2987


386-755-2450


Canova, Shirley, David, John Hlowurd


a job I love and take care of
my family Brittany Griffis arid
Carmyn Nicole Barringer.
Braden Fredrick Belche
Reflections: Mrs. Howell, my
best friend T.J. Hutton, my good
friends Ricky Allen, Aundie
Fields, Travis Hoffman, Roy
Trowell and Colby Odowski.


Congratulations




of

2008!










ROBERTS LAND
& TIMBER
INVESTMENT CORP.
P O. Box 233
Lake Butler
386-496-3509


Clubs/Activities: FFA 10-12,
Environmental Club 11-12.
Future Plans: Business
degree at LCCC, start my own
business.
Braddick Storm Bennett
Reflections: Coming to 9th
grade and seeing the freshman
See BENNETT, p. 6A


Union County
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FLORIDA
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tG AD !

We arc Proud

of you!

Dr. Jacque Breman Director.
Colan Coody 4-H Program Assistant
Diana Smith Executive Secretary

Helping you put
knowledge to work in:
* 4-H Youth Agriculture
Family, Youth'and
Community Sciences
496-2321


Alecia Cody Jessica Lynn
Lane Lansford


PLake Butler
Farm Center
a Ace Hardware
SR-121 S
Lake Butler

386-496-3921


Darren & maa, %

386-496-3334
710 E. fai. St., Lake BUtler


Congratulations

To The

Class of 2oo8!


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GOODLUCK
as you go forward in life!


HOf-O TRfiCTOR /CO.


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Brantley Crawford, Mayor
Jimmy Beasley, Vice Mayor
LeRoy Stalvey, Commissioner
Ray Crawford, Commissioner
Fletcher Myers, Commissioner
John D. Berchtold, City Managei
John E. Maines IV, City Attorney
City of Lake Butler


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Class of 2008!


C S Community

B State Bank

www.comninunitystatebank-fl.com
"For All Your Banking Needs"
STARKE LAKE BUTLER
811 S. Walnut St. i[ 255 SE 6th St.
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Brianne Ryan Wayne
Larr Lee


Shandale Jerome Ryan Scott
Lee Jr. Liptrap


Chastity Dawn Jesse Dillon
Lloyd Mallard


Djordje Joseph Ryan
Milosevic O'Hern


Jessica Lauren Destini Chantrelle
Parrish Perry


Daniel Lee
Ranard


Jason Michael
Rathmann


all running around late trying to
find their classrooms.
Future Plans: Work for my
dad for a year and then go to
firefighter school.

.Jared Seth Brand **
No Information submitted.
Theresa Lynn Brown **
Reflections: The times spent
on stage with my friends in
drama, the football field during
halftime with the drum line,
sitting in the lunchroom with
friends, God and my wonderful
family for their support.
Clubs/Activities: Band 9-12,
Drama Club 9-12 (senior year
officer), various plays 9-12 and
lead in two, Interact 10, Junior
Friends of the Library 9-12,
Softball pitcher 9-12.
Future Plans: Obtain AA
degree at LCCC then transfer to
FSU or UNF to study English
and secondary education.
Mary Elizabeth Bullock
Reflections: My best friend
Cory Croft, hanging out with
friends and acting crazy.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9&12,
Drama 12, Environmental Club
12, Yearbook 11 and ROTC
11.
Future Plans: Attend LCCC
and transfer to a university to
receive a degree in psychology
and be a counselor.
Frankie Augusta Caldwell Jr
Reflections: Playing basketball,
beating up Coach Clark and
hanging with my boys.
Clubs/Activities: Basketball
and Football.
Future Plans: Playing
basketball in college.
Jonathan "Jay" Cardona
Reflections: Shandale
Lee, Taylor Chastain. Brett
Southwell, Amanda Parrish,
Trill ENT, Alisha Badger,
watching out for my little sister
Marih and my favorite teacher
Coach Clark.
Clubs/Activities: ROTC 9.
Black Histor IClub 12, Football,
Baseball and Basketball.
Future Plans: Whatever
comes m\ way.
Jody Lynn Cason **
Reflections: Band, Drama
events, Art class with Mr.
Archer, my friends Terri, Tricia,


Alana, Jessica and Gracy.
Clubs/Activities: Drama
Club, Band, Dual enrollment.
Florida Virtual School. Junior
Friends of the Library.
Future Plans: degrees in
graphic design and criminal
justice from SFCC.

Brandon Scott Cauthen
Reflections: Learning many
things in high school, and not
just from the books, but also
from real-life experiences.
Good luck Class of 2008.
Clubs/Activities: Football 9,
FFA 11-12 and state finalist
for small animal production
proficiency and state finalist for
outdoor recreation proficiency.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
business management degree.
Shana Angelia Chaffin
Reflections: Making
homecoming court. Hardees
with Amberlee and Subway
with Michelle.
Clubs/Activities: Drama
Club 9-10&12. ROTC 11-
12, 3r place science fair II.
Homecoming Court 12.
Future Plans: Put off college
for a year. get a job and save up
to buy a car.


Hans Luger Chaky
No picture or information
submitted.
Michael Anthony
Chandler Jr. **
Reflections: Trinity Catholic
football game, my favorite
teacher Jamie Dekle, friends
Justin Hanson, Jessica Parrish,
Sampson Jackson and all my
senior football players.
Clubs/Activities: Football 10-
12, Basketball 10, Weightlifting
10-11.
Future Plans: Attend the
University of Central Florida
in Orlando to study electrical
engineering.

Bianca Jo Clemons
No information submitted.


Jordan Lanier Clyatt **
Reflections: Beating Trinity
Catholic in overtime, Calculus
class with Mrs. Sharma.


Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
Football 9-12.
Future Plans: Attend Gulf'
Coast Community then FSU
in Panama City to major in
computer science.

Jaiwan Jamal Cooper
Reflections: The Trill fam,
Big B, toochie pop, Dru, Money
Mel, M. Watt, jelly big shout
out to Mary Jackson and all my
ex-girlfriends.
Clubs/Activities: Basketball
9-10, Brain Bowl 9, 11&12.
Student Government 9, Black
History Club 9, TSA 10, Best
Dressed 12.
Future Plans: Tallahassee
Community College.

Anais Juliann Cortes
Reflections: Seeing'how I
changed so much for the good
and not the bad, Mrs. Howell
always being there, love to all
my friends and can't wait to see
what you look like in 10 years.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club, Drama, JROTC,
HonorGuard.
Future Plans: Attend college
and have my own place.
Amberlee Constance
Crawford *
Reflections: The MMMAA
group, hitting up the 1-2-5 with
Michelle and Kenzie, hitting
up Hardees every morning with
Hannah and Joey.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9,
S11& 12, Drama Club 9-12,
Ag Communications 11-12,
Cheerleading 9, Tennis I1.
Future Plans: Attend LCCC
and receive my nursing degree.
Kellen Randall Crawford
Reflections: Mr. Bowen who
wa sn't like the other teachers,
8t" grade lunch when my
friends and I had our own table,
getting my driver's license at
the end of 10t .grade and not
having to ride the bus.
Future Plans: Attend ITT
Tech in Jacksonville.
Cordell Dwayne Cray
Reflections: Learning how
much I do care about school
because I made it this far,


Coach Lee and Coach Zow
who taught me never to give
up on myself, love to all my
friends and remember to never
give up.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club. 3r, place Big
Man on Campus, semi-pro
football and flag football.
Future Plans: Job Corp to
study massage therapy and
carpentry.
Chelsey Deligne Crews **
Reflections: Every part of
my senior year and the strong
friendships with those closest
to me.
Clubs/Activities: Student
Government and Student Body
Treasurer 12, Tigerettes 9-12
and captain 12, Pas de Chat 9-
10, Symphonic Band 6-12, Jazz
Band 11-12, school science fair
participant 10-11, 2na runner-
up Miss Union County High 12,
JCL president 11, voted Most



Congratulations
Seniors


Likely to Succeed 12, Kelly
Christie Dance Academy.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
to study criminology.
Cory James Croft
Clubs/Activities: FFA and
Environmental Club.
Future Plans: College
Kale Alberta Cubbedge
Reflections: My favorite
teacher Gayle Boyle who did a
great job. I love you.
Clubs/Activities: FFA,
Environmental Club,
Weightlifting, Softball (captain
11&12).
Future Plans: Attend college,
receive an equine scholarship
and become an equine dentist.
Matthew Aaron Dukes **
Reflections: Friday night
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Clubs/Activities: FFA at
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Future Plans: Received
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Reflections: Thanks to Bub,
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poultry days, thanks to Mr.
Archer for all the help and
advice in everything, love to
my friends MMMAA, thanks
to my family, Laugh, live and
love Class of 2008.
.Clubs/Activities: FFA 7-12,
FBLA 11, Drama Club 10-
1I, Tige .idol'. 9-12 and' Idol
runner-up 11 and winner 12,
BETA 10, Sophomore class
secretary, Junior class president,
State poultry winning team
and 3ru place individual 11,
Student Body Reporter, JCL,
voted Most Talented, Who's
Who Among High School and
Agriculture Students,
Cheerleading 7-9, 11-12 (co-
captain8& 12), Free Will Baptist
National Youth Evangelistic
team, participation in all high
school plays, played Sharpay in
"High School Musical," Talent
Winner Miss Suwannee River
Valley Teen.
Future Plans: Attend Paul
Mitchell Cosmetology School
then obtain a music degree.
Christopher Edward
Edenfield
Reflections: Friends Sampson
Jackson, Jonathan Cardona,
Shandale Lee, Shalecia
Garrison, Ashley Clemons
(Booty), finding my future
wife Raven Leverret, winning
district basketball title my
senior year, Mrs. Dot Green,


Carolyn Parrish. Jennifer
Langston and Mrs. Ann.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club 11-12. Basketball
11-12.
Future Plans: Basic training
in June with the National
Guard.
Lillie Christine
Emmelhainz **
Reflections: Mrs. Worrell.
Daddy Harris, Mrs. E arid Ms.
Coburn. ,'M
Clubs/Activities: SADDvice-
president 10&1 1, FBLA chapter
treasurer 11, V.P. 12 and district
president 12, BETA 10& 11, FFA
poultry judging, parliamentary
procedure, Ag issues, meats
judging and Ag business teams,
Junior class V.P., Student Body
parliamentarian,,,Fl.orida Youth
Delegation exidti6ve board
member, JCL,
National Honor" Society,
Bradford-Union Strawberry
Princess I11, voted ,t
Intelligent 12, Tigerett Pas
de Chat, Phi Theta Kappa,
National Honor Roll, yearbook
co-chief editor, two week
Jamaica mission trip, youth
member of First Presbyterian
Church, YMCA reading tutor,
graduating with an associates
degree.
Future Plans: UF biology
major and Ambassador for the
College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences with hopes to attend
medical school there.
Aundie Renee Fields **
Reflections: My best friends
Nikki, Ricky, T.1, Jason, Brady,


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Clubs/Activities: Band since
middle school, trombone
ensemble 9, honor band 11-12.
Future Plans: LCCC
Ashley Christine
Flint-Young
SReflections: Mr. Langston,
Mr. Rip, Mrs. Jackson and Mrs.
hoyle who have all done so
much for me & made a huge
impact- on my life, thanks to
all my friends for always being
there.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 11-12.
Future Plans: Art Institute
of-Jacksonville for a culinary
management degree and open a


bakery in Gainesville.
Amber Lynn
Franzluebbers *
Reflections: Winning the
district basketball championship
against Keystone, Mr. Rip's
class, Joey and I always on
point with our "ohhhs."
Clubs/Activities: Voted Most
Athletic, Homecoming Court
12, Lady Tiger Basketball 9-12
and team captain 11,-12, ,FBLA;
9, Volleyball.9&12, Softball. 9.
Future Plans: Received, a
scholarship to attend Webber
International University to play
basketball while majoring in
business.
Jared Tyler Freeman **
Reflections: Moving away
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Clubs/Activities: FFA 7-12
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Future Plans: LCCC and
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Adam Lee Maurice Ashton
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Brittani Natasha Brian Matthew
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the seniors. I had kept to myself
the entire year until that point
and it felt nice to finally get to
know my fellow graduates.
Clubs/Activities: HOSA 10.
.ICI 11 and a Tiger Idol runner-
up 12. created Volleyoccer with
Rebecca Johns.
Future Plans: SFCC to study
massage therapy and open my
own shop.
Michael Scott Garmon
Reflections: Me and my
doubles partner beating P.K.
Younge last year to put them
out of the district tournament
and put us in third overall, just
two points from regionals.
Clubs/Activities: Spanish
Club, FBLA, drum line and
orchestral band 9-11, tennis 10-
12.
Future Plans: SFCC with the
hope of transferring on a tennis
scholarship.
Brittany Paige Gay
Reflections: Going to eat with


the girls every Wednesday, the
Redneck Olympics.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 10-12,
Volleyball 9&10; Powder Puff
football 12. WUCR radio and
newsletters 12.
Future Plans: College to
become an LPN and RN.
Danielle Leigh Giebeig **
Reflections: I was so glad
to become a senior, but now
I do not want it to end, my
classmates being the best
anyone could ask for, Mr. Rip
and Mr. Harris who have taught
me well and provided me with
life skills.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12.
Beta Club, Spanish Club, senior
class secretary, Basketball 9-
10, Softball 9-12.
Future Plans: Attend
,LCCC and transfer to a major
university.
Dayle Ashley Giebeig *
Reflections: The great timers
in Ag with the advisers, 9t
grade when Mrs. Emerson said,
"Get your hands out of your
pockets, you look frumpy."'
Clubs/Activities: Student


Council, FFA officer,
Woodwind captain, marching
band student leader, SADD,
Softball. Tennis.
Future Plans: Degree from
Florida School of Massage to
become a massage therapist.
Jennifer Nicole Gockley *
Reflections: Being in the
band family that I will miss
dearly, all of my teachers who
have instilled inme a different
characteristic.
Clubs/Activities: Daughters
of the American Revolution 8,
Band 6-.12, Alto and Baritone
saxophone student leader 12.
Future Plans: LCCC to
become an RN.
Sedale LaNard Gray
Reflections: Even though I
attended three different schools,
I will miss all my friend when I
move away, my favorite teacher
Mrs. Dorsett in Ist grade who
was the first person I've ever
seen get electrocuted.
Clubs/Activities: Student
council 5, FCA 7, Junior Club
11, SWAT I1, Football 9&10,
Basketball 10, Baseball 6-7.


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Future Plans: College to
study law and have a nice
family with one child.
Brandon Alan Griffis
Reflections: Hitting a home
run against Williston, my last
high school baseball game,
Tom Williams and Mr. Rip,
hanging out will all the guys in
the senior class.
Clubs/Activities: Discovery,
Greenhand and Chapter degrees
in FFA 9-12, Baseball 9-12.
Future Plans: Attend LCCC
and become a certified EMT,
attend fire school in Ocala.
Michael Aaron Hammerle
Reflections: Getting a lot of
new friends like Bill, Phil, Dill,
Cooke and my boy Dusty to
skate with, stepping up my rap
game with Jaiwan, thrashing
local spots, killing it so Crystal
can fix me later, skateboarding
and being embedded in the
streets like gravel.
Future Plans: SFCC to
receive a business degree, open
a skateboard shop in Panama
City.
Justin Quin Hanson **
Reflections: Beating Trinity
Catholic in overtime where I
scored the game winning extra
point, hitting my first career
homerun against Bradford in
baseball.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,


Homecoming King. Prom King,
Lake City All-Star football
game participant.
Future Plans: SFCC business
degree and UF
Hannah Alayne Hayes *
Reflections: "This is the
remix," Marcus, Hank and
Jo, hitting up Hardees every
morning n-depthconversations
in Rip's class, learning to use
a lint roller in Mrs. Worrell's
class.
Clubs/Activities: FBLA 9-11,
3r1 in district parliamentary
procedure, Varsity volleyball
9-12, Softball 9&10.
Future Plans: St. Johns River
Community College while
playing volleyball for the Lady
Vikings then transfer to receive
degree in physical therapy.
Zeldrum Tyrone Highland
Reflections: Attending prom
as afreshman,Ashli W., Frankie
C. and Coach Beatty.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club V.P., Basketball,
Football.
Future Plans: Forestry and
prison.
Travis Aaron Hofmahn **
Reflections: Mrs. Boyle,
Nikki, TJ, Ricky, Jason and
Brady.
Clubs/Activities: TSA 10,
Environmental Club 10-12.
Future Plans: SFCC and


attend the police academy.
join the task force or SWAT. I
would also like to be a wildlife
photographer.
John James Holmes
Reflections: Joking around
in Read 180, science with Mrs.
Pettit, history with Mr. Kufler
and my most enjoyable class,
Mrs. Neal's English II. Can't
say I'm proud of it. but sure
glad I passed the FCAT during
summer my junior year.
Clubs/Activities: Football 9-
10.
# Future Plans: Get a job.
Robert Andrew Holmes
Reflections: Trill. Brain'
Bowl trip, JROTC, Mr. Rip,
J Coop, Big B,.TJ, M. Watts.
Courtney Klein. Almanique.
"Neke" Watkins, Amber
Stewart, Diamond Hudson and
Asia Warren.
Clubs/Activities: Brain Bowl
11-12 and regional champs.
12, Black History Club 9-11,
JROTC 9-12, induction into the,
National Achievers Society.
Future Plans: Hillsborough,
Community College and USF.
ShanieceLiaTaviha Huggins
Reflections: Grad Nite.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club 10-12. Basketball
9-12, Track & Field 9-10, 12.
Future Plans: Business
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management at SFCC then
FSUI.

Timothy J. Hutton **
Reflections: Ricky, Jason,
Brady, Travis, Nikki and
Aundie. each day of school
was made a little more bearable
because mN friends were there.
Clubs/Activities: Growing a
beard, Environmental Club.
'Future Plans: LCCC.

Aurielle Elise Isaac *
Reflections: All my friends,
teachers and family.
Clubs/Activities: Art,
business and marine biology.
Future Plans: Become a
tattoo artist and own my own
parlor.

Sampson JameLJackson **
Reflections: Fish anid Mike
being the two people that kept
me on my road to success, being
one of two to win 2 district
basketball championships in
the past 3 years, making history
in the FFA.
Clubs/Activities:. FFA 9-12
and becoming the first to win
the H.O. Sergeant award for
our chapter, Black History Club
president 12, Student Body vice
president 12, Student Council,
Basketball 9-12.
Future Plans: Major in
business administration and
play college basketball.

Tianna Shea Jarvis **
Reflections: Spending time
with the senior class, Grad Nite
in Disney.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-10 &
12, Drama Club 9-12, HOSA
10-12 and club president
12, SADD 9-12, voted Best
Dressed, Homecoming Court
12, Volleyball 10-12, church
softball 9-11.
Future Plans: SFCC and UF
to receive masters in biomedical
engineering technology.

Rebecca Nicole Johns *
Reflections: All the times in
Latin. I miss you Mrs. Reed.
Clubs/Activities: Band 6-10,
JCL 11, Environmental Club
11, Drama Club 9-11, Teacher
Cadet I1-12, SAC 11-12.
Future Plans: SFCC and
UNF to, receive ,a degre., in
education.

Kenzie Logan Jones
Reflections: Memories made
with my best friends, the joy of
winning 2 state championships
in FFA and FBLA, the 1-2-5
with Amberlee and Michelle.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12
and poultry evaluation CDE 5tnl
,place individual at Tampa State
Fair, 4th place individual in the
state and 4th place team int the
nation, FBLA 9-12 and 4tn in
state parliamentary procedure,
Ist in state emerging business
issues, --intera.t Club 11,
Environmental CTub--41 dual
enrollment.
Future Plans: LCCC and a
.larger university to major in
agriculture education.

William Matthew Klein Jr.
Reflections: My buddies
.Jaiwan Cooper and Brian
Williams who stayed by my
side throughout high school,
Coach Lee Clark and all his
help during my senior year,
Shandale Lee, Jay Cardona,
:Shaniece Huggigs, Robert
Holmes, Destini Perry, Maurice
Watkins, Aaron Dukes and
' Sampson Jackson.
: Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club 9-10, Brain Bowl
11-12, FFA 11-12, after-school
program 9-12, Basketball,


Football.
Future Plans: Job Corps, get a
trade in computer programming
then attend UF.

Thomas Michael Koontz
Reflections: Hanging out
with mx friends for the last
eight years, Mrs. Neal and Mrs.
Boyle.
Clubs/Activities:
Environmental Club 12.
Future Plans: Leaving for
the U.S. Navy in August 2008.

Alecia Cody Lane
Reflections: Hanging out
talking with friends about how
fast our school years have gone
by and Coach Clark who kept
us on track.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 11-12.
Future Plans: College to
obtain nursing degree.

Jessica Lynn Lansford
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Brianne Larr
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Ryan-Wayne Lee
Reflections: Hanging out
with my friends and spending-
time with my girlfriend Megan
Adams.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 8-
12, Baseball, Basketball,
Weightlifting.
Future Plans: Forestry school
to become a Florida wildlife
officer.

Shandale Jerome Lee Jr.
Reflections: Being on the
first UC football team to beat
Trinity Catholic, Mr. Reed who
was there no matter what, Chris
Edenfield and Andrew Zow.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club 12, FFA 12,
Football 10&12, Basketball
10&11.
Future Plans: Play football
in college while majoring in
business management then start
my own business.

Ryan Scott Liptrap *
Reflections: Eating all the
good food in Bub's class,
hanging out with my friends.
Clubs/Activities: Baseball 9-
12, FFA 9-12, BETA 11-12,
graduating with honors.
Future Plans: SFCC, play
baseball, major in business
management'and open a real
estate business.

Chastity .Dawn Lloy.d1 *
Reflections: David Harris,
the best Ag adviser ever, my
family and friends who have
helped me reach this point in
my life.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
BETA 10-12 and club secretary
12, Interact 9-11, Who's Who
Among American High School
Students, member of Christ
Central Ministries, LCCC
dual enrollment with over
45 completed credit hours,
Volleyball 9-12, Softball 9,-12.
Weightlifting 9-10.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
to pursue nursing degree.

-..-Jesse Dillon Mallard
RefleCtions: Hanging out
with my buddies-after school,
Mrs. James, Danny, Matt and
Garth.
Clubs/Activities: Football 9-
10, Weightlifting 9.
Future Plans: LCCC forestry
program.

Djordje Milosevic
Reflections: Winning the
2008 district championship
and being a part -of the UC
basketball team.
Clubs/Activities: Basketball
and Tennis.
Future Plans: Retuning to
Serbia and enrolling at Belgrade
University.
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Joseph Ryan O'Hern *
Reflections: The look on the
faces of the underclassmen
when we did our senior skit
at Tiger Growl, teachers Jamie
"JD" Dekle. Duane Archer,
Stacy Worrell and Amanda
James, best friends Courtney
Shealy and Tianna Jarvis.
Clubs/Activities: Drama
Club 9-12 and club president
12. "Wizard of Oz" 9. "Guys
& Dolls" 10, "High School
Musical" I1, "One Night on
Broadway" 12, FBLA secretary
12. FFA 9-12 and food science
team 10, forestry team 11, Ag
issues team 12. BETA Club 10-
I11. Interact 11, Yearbook 11-12
and chief editor 12, FBLA 12,
Tiger Idol host 12, Senior class
president.
Future Plans: SFCC and UF
for theatre education degree.

Jessica Lauren Parrish **
Reflections: Times spent with
my friends.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
BETA 12, Dual enrollment
10-12, Softball, Volleyball,
Homecoming and Prom Queen
12, Voted Best All Around 12.
Future Plans: SFCC and UF.

Destini Chantrelle Perry *
Reflections: Grad Nite and
the Jaabowackees, hanging out
with my peeps during prom,-
Mrs. Howell, Mr. Rip, Mrs.
Pettit, Mr. Harris and Tom
Williams.
Clubs/Activities: Student
Council 12, Brain Bowl 11-
12, Black History Club 9-10,
HOSA 10, National Achievers
Society 11-12, FFA 10, SAC
11-12; Basketball 10.
Future Plans: LCCC nursing
degree and certification in
cosmetology.

Daniel Lee Ranard *
Reflections: Playing
basketball in the gym during
4t period in Tomlinson's class,
Spires Deli every Wednesday
with Big Matt and Jesse, riding
four-wheelers and mini-bikes
with Braddick after swimming
at Blue Springs, fishing with
my friends every weekend.
Future Plans: Trade school
for HVAC or ironwork then
graduate to journeyman.

Jason Michaeld Ratbmann.**
Reflections: Band brass
captain and student leader
during senior year, Mr. Rip
and Ms. Dorsey, all of friends
for always being there, going
through a lot together with
band seniors.
Clubs/Activities: Band 5-
.12, trumpet 5, euphonium and
Baritone 6-12, Straight A's 6
years in a row.
Future Plans: Work at Super
Wal-Martduringsummer,SFCC
degree in general business and
the Art Institute of Jacksonville
to major in culinary arts.

James Daniel Rengering **
Reflections: Beating Trinity
Catholic in overtime, Mrs.
Mandeep Sharma. Zeke,
Jeremy, Fish, Jordan C., Jordan
W., Aaron, Kendyl, Brian W.,
Mike C., Caleb W., Tifft, Adam
W. and Kaleb W.
Clubs/Activities: Football,
FFA 9-12, All-Star football for
South team in Shrine Bowl 12,
Ist place winner Big Man on
Campus 12.
Future Plans: Received
scholarship to attend LaGrange
in Georgia to play football and
major in mathematics.

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Reflections: Math classes
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enrollment 9-12, Cheerleading
6-12 and captain I 1&10, piano
since five years old.
Future Plans: Will receive
AA degree in fall, UF College
of Ag and major in biology,
dental school.

Austin Thomas Saliba
Reflections: Hanging- out
with my friends.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 12,
1st runner-up and voted Mr.
Cool Personality at Big Man on
Campus 12, baseball 12.
Future Plans: Gulf Coast
Community College major in
computer programming and
applications.

Nicolette Dawn Sandquist
Reflections: Vo-Tech teacher
Jeff Ledger who taught me a lot
and made me laugh.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9,
Honor Roll 10, Environmental
Club 12, Vo-Tech 11-12.
Future Plans: College to
study gaming and media art
then one day create my own
video game.

Clanton Ezekiel Scaff **
Reflections: Throwing a no-
hitter against Pierson Taylor,
my two home runs against
Hamilton and Crescent City,
favorite teacher during school
career Mrs. Gravel.
Clubs/Activities: Football 6-
12 and voted Most Valuable
Player 12, Baseball 6-12, high
honors throughout high school,
Voted Most Attractive 12.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
degree in civil engineering.

Thorlyn Darien Sharpe *
Reflections: Scoring my first
basket against Baker County.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 12,
Basketball,
Future Plans: Attend
seminary in Alabama.

Courtney Paige Shealy **
Reflections: Spending time
with friends and making new
ones.
Clubs/Activities: BETA 10-
12, FBLA 10&12, Drama Club
11-12, HOSA 10-11, Yearbook
12, Senior class treasurer 12,
Tigerette 12, Miss Union
County High 12.
Future Plans: SFCC degree
in oral hygiene.

Jeremy Allen Shuler *
Reflections: Playing sports
with all my friends, winning
against Trinity Catholic my
senior year in football and
baseball district champs in
11th grade, David Harris and
friends Zeke Scaff, Daniel
Rengering, Jordan Clyatt and
Cody Bogard.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
Football 9-12, Baseball 9-12.
Future Plans: SFCC and
UF, join military and pursue
education in law.

Michael Lee Smith II
Reflections: Commanding
the ROTC honor guard squad
and performing in ceremonies,
hanging out with friends at
senior lunch in front of school.
Clubs/Activities: ROTC 9-
12, FFA 11-12, annual UCHS
bass fishing tournament.
Future Plans: U.S. Army.

Michelle Lynn Smith
Reflections: Field day in
middle school, Mr. Rip.-
Clubs/Activities: Drama and
ROTC 9-12.
Future Plans: Get a job.

Brett Trenton Alden
Southwell
Reflections: Tying the school
clean & jerk record of 255
in the 154-weight-class and



S Class of '08
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Congratulations, Aaron,
on your graduation. You
are a special grandson.
I'm so proud of you and
wish you all the success
that you deserve. May all
your dreams come true.
Poppa is looking down
from Heaven and he
would be so proud of
you. Good luck at JU.
I love you,
Nanny

Believe in yourself. All things
-are possible if you believe. ,
(-L-Li


- making it to state, Mrs. Melda
Howell being the nicest and
most caring teacher I ever had.
Clubs/Activities: Student
council 11, FFA 12,
Weightlifting 9-12 and state
finalist 12, Football 9-11.
Future Plans: Get a good
paying job and get out on my
own.

Michelle Darlene Starling *
Reflections: Riding dirt roads
and the 1-2-5 with my friends
Mallory, Melissa, Amberlee
and Kenzie.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
FBLA 9-10, poultry team I1-
12, Cheerleading 11-12.
Future Plans: LCCC.

Angelica Renae Stoutamire
Reflections: All the times
with my friends and family, my
TRILL family at UCHS.
Clubs/Activities: Brain Bowl
9, 11-12, Environmental Club
11, FBLA 11-12, Black History
Club 9-10, Student Council 12,
Band 9-10.
Future Plans: LCCC and
USF to obtain doctoral degree
in social work.

Zachary Coleman Sweat **
Reflections: Winniing first
in nation poultry judging
CDE 2007, State academic
tournament 9-12, entire Ag
department advisers at UCHS
and Mr. Register, Mrs. Sulsona,
Voted Most Likely to Succeed,
all my boys and girls especially
Lillie and your brown-eyed
girl.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 7-12
and club reporter I1, president
12, Livestock Judging team
CDE9, 10&12, Poultry Judging
team 11-12, Parliamentary
Procedure team 9-12, Forestry
team 9, Meats Judging team
12, Union County Farm Bureau
Scholarship recipient 12,
National FFA scholarship
recipient 12, Awarded with
National FFA Chanipionship
Ring as highest individual
poultry judging, FBLA 10-.
12, High- Q team 9-12 and
captain 10& 12, Student council
representative 9, Sophomore
class V.P. 10. Student Body
parliamentarian 11, Student
Body president 12.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
'to major in history and minor
in food and resource economics
then attend law school.

Susann Marie Thomas **
Reflections: Drama class and
receiving superior for scene
from "Dearly Departed" in
Jacksonville competition.
Clubs/Activities: Drama Club
10&12 and "Guys and Dolls"
9, "High School Musical" 10,
"Dearly Departed" 12, FCA 9-
10. JCL 10, Band 9, FJAS 9.
Future Plans: Johnson Bible
College in Knoxville to receive
bachelors in missions.

Jessica Danielle Thornton
Reflections: Seeing the
faces of all my friends when
returning to UCHS after 3 years
in Bradford, favorite teachers
Mr. Rip and Sergeant Black,
close friends Joey, Scott and
Mike.
Clubs/Activities: JROTC 11-
12, Drill team 12. Honor Guard
12, Color. Guard 11, FFA 9-11,
Tiger Roar newsletter 11.
Future Plans: Army Reserves,
SFCC, study-veterinary at UF
and make a career out of the
U.S. Army.

William Marvin (Trey)
Tucker III **
Reflections: My engagement
to Morgan McDonald. beating
Trinity Catholic, being able to
represent my class as VP and
through sports, support from
friends Aaron Dukes. Brandon
Griffis, Kendyl Willis and my



"...Faith is to believe what
you do not see; The reward
of this faith is to see what
you believe."
Saint Augustine


family.
Clubs/Activities: BETA 10-
12, Bible Club 9-10, Student
Council 12, Football 9-12,
Baseball 9, Basketball 11,
Weightlifting 10-11, Track 10-
11.
Future Plans: SFCC and UF
degree in history and law.

David Anthony Wallace
Reflections: Mr. Rip being a
great guy when he would crack
the corniest jokes and no one
would laugh but him, so \\e
would laugh at him.
Clubs/Activities: Drama,
FFA, I1th grade Tiger Idol
winner and handing trophy
over to Melissa Dukes, 2nd
runner-up Big Man on Campus,
playing the guitar and singing.
Future Plans: Studying retail
management.

Adam Lee Waters *
Reflections: Blocking field
goal against Trinity Catholic to
keep them from winning and
favorite teacher Melda Howell.
Clubs/Activities: Football I 10-
12, ROTC 9, 11-12, Drama 12.
Future Plans: Join the U.S.
Navy.

Maurice Ashton Watkins
Reflections: I will miss
my favorite teacher Melda
"Mom" Howell, TRILL ENT,
Community Revival Outreach
Ministries, Mrs. Jackson who
always encouraged me %\hen
feeling down, thanks for the
laughs Class of 2008.
Clubs/Activities: Brain
Bowl 9, 11-12 and regional
champions 12, Black History
Club 9, 10-11, FFA 12, FBLA
12, National Achievers Society
1 1-12.
Future Plans: SFCC and
Atlanta State University.

Allante' E'cole Webb *
Reflections: Grad Nite, the
first day of school and summer
vacations.
Clubs/Activities: Educational
Talent Search 9-12, FBLA 9,
Brain Bowl 11-12, Yearbook
12, JROTC 12, Basketball,
Softball and Volleyball.
Future Plans: SFCC and UF
College of Nursing.

Brittani Natasha Wells
Reflections: Mrs. Boyle,
trip to Europe with Mrs.
Breckenridge in 1Ith grade.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 11-12,
Basketball 11.
Future Plans: Get my book
published and become a marine
archaeologist.

Brian Matthew Williams
Reflections: Beating Trinity
Catholic in overtime.
Clubs/Activities: Black
History Club 10-11, Brain Bowl
11-12. TSA II1, Basketball 9.
Football 10-12.
Future. Plans: Attend
Tallahassee Community
College and FSU for music
degree.


Charles Caleb Williams **
Reflections: Senior bash at
Melissa's house, first time in
school history to beat Trinity
Catholic, my favorite teacher.
my mentor and my father, Tom
Williams, who has blessed me
with opportunities to do best in
life, football friends and best
friend Zach Sweat who has'
helped me through good times
and the bad.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-
12, winning at district and
state levels. Football 10-12.
being involved in church that
has helped me mentally and
physically. Weightlifting 10-
12.
Future Plans: I('CCC and UF
See WILLIAMS, p. 10A


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Graduation is
here!
The Union County High
School Class of 2008
graduation ceremony will
take place on Friday. May
30, at 8 p.m. at the football
stadium.
In the event of rain,
Superintendent Carlton
Faulk said they will first
attempt to wait it out in
the gymnasium. As a last
resort, the ceremony will
be postponed until Saturday
morning. The school board
will notify families of the
change in time by recorded
telephone message.
The last day of school for
all other students will be
Friday, June 6. The last three
days of school, June 4-6,
will be early release days.

Reward offered
for information on
thefts
There have been a number
of construction thefts on
commercial and residential
properties in Union County.
Items taken include copper
wiring, refrigerators, tools, gas
cans and a generator.
If you have any information
regarding these crimes, you can
be eligible to receive a reward.
Contact the Union County
Sheriff's Office at (386) 496-
2501 or CRIMESTOPPERS at
1 (866) 845-TIPS.
You can also send a tip at the
sheriff's office Web site located
at www.unionsheriff.us. You
may remain anonymous.

Football spring
jamboree set
May 29
Come out and support your
2008-09 Union County
High School football team
at the spring jamboree game
when the Tigers will face
the Hawthorne High School
Hornets. The game will take
place on Thursday, May 29,
at 7:30 p.m. at Hawthorne
Middle/High School located
at 21403 S.E. 69th Avenue in


WILLIAMS:
Continued from p. 9A
to major in education or sports
administration.
Matthew Ryan Williams
Reflections: Sitting around
outside chilling at lunch
with my friends, Bub's DCT
class, working hard to go
from benching 135 to 330 in
weightlifting.
Clubs/Activities: TSA 11,
Environmental Club 11,
Weightlifting 9-11.
Future Plans: Find a good
job that will support a family.
Kendyl Garrett Willis **
Reflections: All my homes,
hanging out in Ag and all the
advisers.
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9-12,
Football 9-12, Basketball 9.
Future Plans: SFCC or the
University of Central Florida.
Brett Michael Wilson
Reflections: Helping build the


Hawthorne.

World No
Tobacco Day
Event May 31
A No Tobacco Day
community event will take
place on Saturday, May 31,
from 9 a.m. to I p.m. at
the Bradford County Health
Department located at 1801
N. Temple Ave. in Starke.
There will be free food,
music, rock climbing, bounce
houses and door prizes.

Joyful Noise
Choir to perform
Sunday, June 1
The Joyful Noise Choir of
Cornelia Christian Church
will present "Live for You"
on Sunday, June 1, at First
Christian Church of Lake
Butler. The choir performance
will begin at 6:30 p.m.

Pop Warner
football,
cheering
sign-ups June 2
Sign-ups for Pop Warner
football and cheerleading will
take place on Monday, June
2, from 5:30 p.m to 7 p.m. at
the O.J. Phillips Recreational
Complex on S.R. 121.
Football is open to boys
ages 7 to 12 for $85 -per
player. Cheerleading is open
to all girls ages 7 to 12 for
$140. Girls between the
ages of 5 and 6 can try out
for team mascot. For more
information, please contact
Bret Dukes at (386) 623-
4952.

Sign-up for flag
football at CCM
this weekend
Christ Central Ministries
Church will hold flag football
sign-ups this Saturday, May
31, and Saturday, June 7,
from 9 a.m. to 1Ip.m. at Spires
IGA store. Flag football is
open to ages 5-12 and begins
on Saturday, June 14. Games


bonfire for Tiger Growl, Mrs.
Johns, Mr. Rip, spending time
catching up with old friends.
Clubs/Activities: Student
Council 12,'ROTC 11, Football
10.
Future Plans: Attend trade
school, make a lot of money
and build a family.
Kaleb Hunter Windham **
No information submitted.
James Gordon Wring Jr. **
Reflections: Mr. Rip who has
been a great teacher, Mrs. Allen
who has pushed me to do well
and who always told me I can
do things much greater than I
believe.
Clubs/Activities: FBLA 9-
12, Sunshine State Scholar
12, Drama 10-12, scoring a 28
on ACT to receive full Bright
Futures scholarship, Tennis 9-
12, Band 9-11.
Future Plans: LCCC and UF
to obtain degree in chemistry or
biology then attend veterinary
school. (Yeah, 8 more years of
school.)


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Man Finds 30-Carat Diamond After
Using Thera-Gesic
BEXAR COUNTY- Tom W. applied Thera-Gesic'
on his aching shoulder and miraculously discovered
a 30-carat diamond while digging holes in his
backyard. When asked why he was digging holes in
his backyard he painlessly replied: "None of your
dang business!"
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will be played on the Christ
Central Ministries sports field
located by the church south
of RMC on C.R. 231. The
registration fee is $35 per
player. For more information.
call Ronnie Preston at (386)
867-2990.

Sign-up for youth
football clinic
This summer, boys entering
. grades 5 and 6 are invited to
attend a Tiger Youth Football
Clinic with Coach Andrew,
Zow.
The one-day clinic will offer
speed and skilled position
training. The first clinic will be
held on Thursday, June 19, from
9a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Those who
participate in the June 19 clinic
can sign up for a second clinic
in July for half price. Lunch
will be provided along with
photographs and T-shirts.
A number of former UCHS
high school football players and
current college athletes will be
helping out during the clinic.
Zow said he hopes to have
CJ Spiller, Kevin Alexander,


Kasey Nobles. Brendon Odom,
Chris Perry, Willie Oliver,
Jeremy Brown. Kendrick Odom
and others.
The deadline to sign up is
June 2. Player forms can be
picked up at the Lake Butler
Middle School front office.
Please call (386) 266-0038 or
email zowamounion.kl2.fl.us
for more information.

CCA Golf
Tournament
Saturday
Cassels Christian Academy
will hold a benefit golf
tournament on Saturday,
May 31, at the Starke Golf &
Country Club.
The tournament style is
captain's choice. There will
be two shotgun starts at 8:30
a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Teams
of four can still sign up for
$200 per team. For more
information, please call (904)
964-2245 or send an email
to casselschristianacademy@
gmail.com.


Early Learning
Coalition sets
meetings
The Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's
Gateway, Inc. will hold its
executive committee meeting
on Monday, June 9. at 3 p.m.
at the coalition office in Lake
City.
The coalition's board
meeting -will take place on
Wednesday, June 11, at 9
a.m. at the Columbia County
School Board Administrative
Office, Room 227 in Lake
City. For more information,
please contact Stacey Nettles
at (386) 752-9770.

Class of '98
plans reunion
The UCHS Class of 1998 is
planning its 10-year reunion
for Aug. 30. The reunion will
be held at the Paramount in
Gainesville. Please RSVP no
later than May 30.
A fee of $40 per person
is due by June 30. For
more information, contact


Chris or Jamie Schaffer at
(386) 496-4717 or Rebecca
Kemp Norman at (386)
496-8231 or visit online
at www.myspace.com/
unioncountyclassof 1998.

Farmer's Market
open every
Saturday
The Union County
Farmer's Market will remain
open every Saturday until
the first week of August.
If you would like to be a
vendor at the market, you
must complete an application
form and have your request
approved at the Union County
Extension Office.

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Just Walked Off the Runway: Jaiwan Cooper and Tianna Jarvis

Mr. & Mrs. Einstein: Ricky Allen and Lillie Emmelhaniz

Jack & Jill of all Trades: Justin Hanson and Jessica Parrish

Most Likely to Sign a Deal with Nike: Sampson Jackson and Amber
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Most Fun on a Deserted Island: Dayle Giebeig and Aaron Dukes

Best Double-Take: Zeke Scaff and Courtney Shealy

Bleeds Purple & Gold: Joey O'Hern and Danielle Giebeig

Most Likely to Win a Nobel Prize: Zach Sweat and Chelsea Crews

Most Likely to Make You Laugh: .Brandon Griffis and Amberlee Crawford

Most Polite: Michael Chandler and Jennifer Gockley

Most Changed Since Ninth Grade: Adam Waters and Crystal Fulbright

Most Talented: Jared Brand and Melissa Dukes


Class Motto: "We always knew
we'd look back on our tears
with laughter, but never knew
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Words to the wise...


All our dreams can
come true...if we have the
courage to pursue them.
Waft Disney

A graduation ceremony
is an event where the
commencement speaker
tells thousands of
students dressed in
identical caps and gowns
that 'individuality' is the
key to success.
Robert Orben

Do not follow where
the path may lead. Go,
instead, where there is no
path and leave a trail.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

If opportunity doesn't
knock, build a door.
Milton erle

Your families are
extremely proud of you.
You can't imagine the
sense of relief they are
experiencing. Th!'- would
be a most opportune time
to ask for money.
Gary holding


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LEGALS


NOTICE OF FINAL PUBLIC
HEARING AND ENACTMENT
OF AN ORDINANCE BY THE
CITY COMMISSION OF THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
The City of Lake Butler
Commission will hold a Final Public
Hearing at 5:15 p.m. or as shortly
thereafter as possible, June 9,
2008, to receive public comment
on the enactment of Ordinance No.
2008-01 an amendment to Chapter
22, Section 22-1 by adding
subsection (g).
ORDINANCE NO. 2008-01
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LAKE BUTLER AMENDING
THE LAKE BUTLER CODE OF
ORDINANCES, CHAPTER 22,
SECTION 22-1 BY ADDING
SUBSECTION (G) WHICH
CLARIFIES CERTAIN ELECTION
METHODS, PROCEDURES AND
RELATED OPTIONS; PROVIDING
FOR SEVERABILITY; REPEALING
ALL ORDINANCES IN
CONFLICT; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE.
The proposed Ordinance may be
examined at the office.of the City
Manager between the hours of
8:00 a.m.,and 4:30 p.m, Monday
through Friday, at City Hall. The
public hearing will be held in the
City Commission Chambers at City
Hall at 200 SW 1st Street, Lake
Butler, Florida, 32054. Written
comments may be submitted to the
above address to the attention of
City Manager John Berchtold. All
interested persons are invited to
attend and comment.
John D. Berchtold,
City Clerk.
5/29 ltchg
PUBLIC NOTICE
The City of Lake Butler Community
Redevelopment Agency (CRA) will
meet on Monday, June 2, 2008, at
9:30 a.m..at City Hall, 200 SW 1"
Street, Lake Butler, Florida. Full
agenda can be obtained at City
Hall or by checking
www.cityoflakebutler.org.
5/29 ltchg

INVITATION FOR
SUBCONTRACTOR BIDS
ROTCI, Construction Manager-
Contractor, is requesting bids from
trade subcontractors for
construction of a new 9,000 sq. ft.
public library facility for the Union
County Board of County
Commissioners. The project
consists of primary construction as
a conventional, wood framed
structure per Plans and
Specifications. As an Additive
Alternate, bids are also being
received for a pre-engineered steel
structure envelope per Plans and
Specifications.


The Board of Commissioners will
determine the final method of
construction when all bids are
received and tabulated.
Subcontractor bids will be awarded
.accordingly.
Subcontractors wishing to be
considered under each method
of construction shall submit a
bid packet for each of the
methods and shall mark their
bid accordingly;
Example:
A) "Conventional Wood Framed
Construction-(trade, Plumbing,
elect., etc.) bid for Union County
Public Library Project."
And/or,
B) "Pre-Engineered Steel
Construction--(trade, Plumbing
Electrical, etc.) bid for Union
County Public Library Project."
It is the County's intent to utilize
skilled inmate labor as available on
this project to perform some of the
non-structural construction tasks.
Thus, the County reserves the right
to add or delete workard to award
bids in the best interest of the.
County to ensure the successful
completion of the project.
Complete Plans and specifications
have been provided to the following
three primary plan houses;
Construction Bulletin Inc., Midstate
Builders Exchange, Inc. and
McGraw-Hill Construction News
(Dodge Report). Copies of plans
and/or specifications may also be
obtained from ROTCI for the non-
refundable reproduction cost of
$175 each per full plan set (59
pages) or $3.50 per plan page.
Subcontractors may purchase only
those pages pertinent to their
trade. All bids shall provide
separate material and labor sub-
totals. It is the intent of the County
to direct purchase as many
materials as possible to affect
additional sales tax savings.
All bidders shall be prequalified
prior to submitting a bid. Pre-
qualification forms may be obtained
by contacting ROTCI as noted
above. ROTCI will provide bid
forms upon request for the all trade
areas: See "Attachment A" or
contact ROTCI.
All bids must be received not later
than 2:00 p.m, Thursday June 19,.
2008. Bids must be returned in
sealed envelopes marked as noted
above to: ROTCI, P.O.. Box 777,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, ATTN: Mr.
Richard 0. Tillis or delivered to
ROTCI, 190 W. Main Street, Lake
Butler, 32054. Bids arriving beyond
this time limit shall be returned
unopened. All bids shall be firm for
a period of 45 days from the above
bid date and may not be voluntarily
withdrawn prior to award.
5/29 1tchg


' VOTE FOR -CHARLES D."CHUCK" FLOYD

JUNE 24v 2008
5, Lake Butler City Commissioner Seat 2


chuck.floyd@yahoo.com 386-365-2999
"LET'S WORK TOGETHER"
Promote more recreational facilities for our Youth.
Represent all the people with an honest and open voice.
Pursue fresh new ideas for a Nursing Home/Assisted Living facility with Rehabilitation
Center open for the general public.
Confer about new ideas for controlled growth and change.
Promote services and discounts for the elderly and property stricken.
Work to establish Emergancy Help: Food & Gas Vouchers. Food ank. 32 degree Shelici. etc
Maintain an open door policy for all citizens of Lake butler.

"1 git e thanks to God lbr transltoniL, n77 my lile imn ih~ 1/ i a.. I t3 i. / h
/I ant todlatv Onl\ (God cIan change our hearts an( d our li c.. "
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Planned industrial park could improve county's tax base


Commission gives
approval 5-0 to
proceed

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN

Times Staff Writer
Witha5-0approval,the Board
of County Commissioners
of Union County has given
Plum Creek Land Company
a thumbs-up to proceed with
their plans on developing the
Union Count) Industrial Park.
Plum Creek is the second
largest private landowner in
Florida and the largest private
landowner in the United States.
They currently own more than
53 percent of the land in Union
County.
Plum Creek has chosen a
1,.000-acre parcel of land
located to the east of Lake
Butler, in front of and adjacent
to Gilman Building Products on
S.R. 100. At last week's county
commission meeting, the board
approved a comprehensive
plan amendment to change
the land use classification of
that property from agriculture
to industrial. The industrial
park will cover approximately
1,000 total acres of land with
795-acres for industry, leaving
adequate land to provide a buffer
between the main roadway and
an already planned 50-acre bio-
electricity plant, using waste
from Gilman Building Products
to produce an alternative power
source.
Todd Powell, Plum Creek's
director of development in
Florida said, "To us, this is the
perfect location to build a bio
plant because of the already
existing mill."
The remaining acreage
is what Powell sees as a


major opportunity for large
distribution plants to come to
the area.
"Right now. the Panama
Canal is undergoing a \\widening
project," Powell said. "When
completed. Jacksonville's
shipping port will experience
significant growth because
Asian shippers will be able to
ship directly to Jacksonville,
creating a lot of distribution
potential along I-10."
Powell believes as many
as five million containers
a year could pass through
Jacksonville's port. This
means many companies will be
seeking distribution centers for
their goods.
"Jacksonville is already
moving significantly to the
west." Powell said. "What
we've all learned from
Hurricane Katrina is that
locating distribution centers at
portside can cause catastrophic
losses, and businesses are
therefore looking inland."
Lake Butler is unique in that
it is closely located to both
1-10 and 1-75 for the hauling
of material goods. The idea
of major distribution centers
relocating to Lake Butler is
excitingfromthejobopportunity
standpoint, especially
considering the lack of growth
in Union County. The county
is designated as a Rural Area
of Critical Ecohomic Concern,
having rather low income and
tax base values compared to the
rest of the state. According to
Florida Trend Magazine, Union
-is the only county in Florida
that has no lodging facilities
whatsoever.
Such a large land tract being
opened up for new business
owners greatly impacts the ad
valom tax base for the county,
making more tax dollars
available from these businesses.


This map shows the proposed location of the industrial park.


Tax dollars that can be used to
help run the county.
Powell said the land will also
be annexed into the city of
Lake Butler.
"Plum Creek is highly vested
in the city and our goal is to
give residents new employment
opportunities while at the same
time providing them with an
increase in the tax base," he


said.
The bio plant alone will be
worth more than $100 million.
Just how manyjobs the industrial
park will provide is unknown.
According to a market study
conducted by Plum Creek,
Union County is unique in that
53 percent of its residents must
commute outside the county
to their jobs. Depending upon


which businesses show interest
in relocating to the county,
Powell feels there will be no
less than two dozen new job
opportunities.
This is just the first step
toward seeing the Union
County Industrial Park become
a reality. There are several more
steps through various agencies
such as the Florida Department


of Community Affairs before
Plum Creek can begin marketing
the land parcels. What they
are looking to bring in is light
industrial such as warehousing,
distribution centers and light
manufacturing. Powell expects
that residents will see activity
begin taking place in the area
sometime around 2009-2010.


Bradford-Baker may consider consolidating solid waste options


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

New River Regional Landfill
may come to play a larger role
in managing the county's solid
waste, absorbing the county's
employees and overseeing the
department's responsibilities.
At least that's what some
commissioners from Baker and


Bradford counties are talking
about. Others have said they
are not interested in a change.
Commission Chairman
Ross Chandler communicated
the idea to the board during a
recent workshop after the issue
had been addressed at a New
River Solid Waste Association
board meeting.
According to Chandler, the


landfill would hire the county's
employees, take over operation
of the county's solid waste
collection sites and provide
the same or better service to
citizens-and do all of this
without increasing, perhaps
even decreasing, the solid
waste costs to the county.
Bradford Solid Waste Director
Donny Wise would oversee the


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program for whichever of the
three founding counties agreed
to participate.
So far there is interest from
Baker and Bradford, but not
from Union County.
Bradford Commissioner
John Cooper said he's had
conversations with the landfill
staff about managing the
county's solid waste program
in the past.
"The question is can you
save money doing it on a
bigger scale, and if you can,
and we get the same level of
service and our employees are
protected, I don't know why
we wouldn't be thinking about
this," Cooper said.
Commissioner DoyleThomas
saw risk in committing to such
a change, saying costs could
rise and force citizens to pay
more for solid waste.
"I know we need to try to save
every dollar \ve can, but I don't
want to get into something that
could come back and haunt us
a year or two down the road,"
Thomas said.
Chandler said contract
language would allow the
county to withdraw and begin
operating its own solid waste
department again.
Commissioner Eddie Lewis
was also cold to the idea.
He said the capital costs of
repurchasing equipment to
reestablish solid waste as an
in-county solid waste program
could be large. He also talked
about the loss -of" control,
including control over which


days the county collection
centers were open. Not only
that. but Thomas said there
could come a recommendation
to close one or more of the
collection centers.
Commissioner John Wayne
Hersev was concerned about
losing control, but also said
the feelings of the county's
employees toward the move
would be a major factor.
"I- think you'll find they're
happy where they're at."
Hersev said.
Still, Hersey said he wasn't
opposed to a study of the
scenario, and neither were
Chandler or Cooper.
"I generally like the idea
because they do such a good
job out there. I want to see if it's
going to save us money." said
Cooper, adding that although
small counties were able to save
their state solid waste grant this
year. it will probably be phased
out over the next few years.
That would mean additional
costs the county would have
to bear.
"We may have to be cutting
ours. or closing sites any'.way,"
he said.
Chandler said there were
two kinds of government:
proactive and reactive. The
time may come where the
amount. of available funding
forces the county to look at
a different arrangement. but
the commission has to begin
looking toward the future now.
he said.
With the three commissioners


in favor, it looks like landfill
staff will move forward with
a study of the proposal, even
without Union County's
participation.
The idea was initiated by
Baker County's manager, who
asked landfill Executive Director
Darrell O'Neal whether or not
centrally managing solid waste
operations at the landfill would
create an economy of scale for'
the founding counties.
O'Neal said he would think
so. Baker County has seven
collection sites, three trucks and
three drivers. Bradford County
has six collection sites, two
trucks and two drivers. Union
County has five collection
sites with two trucks and two
drivers.
If that work was performed
regionally, O'Neal said he
believes there would be a
savings. He even said there
had been talk of a universal
collection for the region.
Union County's
representatives on the board,
commissioners Wayne Smith
and Morris Dobbs, said they
were interested. Presentations
sound good, but in fact the
proposal may not be as good as
what Union County has now,
Dobbs said.
Baker County Commissioner-
Julie Combs said it wasn't her
county's intention to try to
force the idea on ainone, but
was interested in exploring new
options since it has a nearly\
$400,000 annual deficit in its
solid waste department.


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Regional News

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



Blanding speaker: Never forget veterans and military past


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
It is important to remember
those in the military who have
given their lives in service to
this country, but James
Bateman, the command
sergeant- major at the Camp
Blanding Joint Training
Center, said it is also important
to remember those who are
still with us, especially those
who have participated and are
participating in current theaters
of operation.
Bateman was the guest
speaker at the annual
Memorial Day observance at
Camp Blanding., He urged.
people to not only remember
those who. gave their lives in
past conflicts, but to remember
the "new generation of
veterans" who have served in
places like Afghanistan and
Iraq. He mentioned how the
Camp Blanding Museum and
Memorial Park has a ring of
honor devoted especially to
those who have died in current


2 literacy
programs to
be offered in
Starke this
summer
Two literacy programs
designed for young children
will be offered this summer in
Starke as part of a joint effort
between the Bradford County
Community Connection, the
Santa Fe Community College
Andrews Center and the
AmeriCorps VISTA.
The Trendsetters Reading
program is designed for
children in first through fourth
grade. It is a five-week
program that will be offered
weekly on Wednesdays from 2
p.m. until 3 p.m. beginning
June 18. The program will be
offered at the Santa Fe
Community College Stump
Center.
Volunteers for this program
will be trained on Wednesday,
June 11, at 2 p.m. at the SFCC
Stump Center. Middle school
and high school students, as
well as adults, are encouraged
to volunteer.
On Thursday nights,
beginning on June 19, the
Every Child Ready to Read
program will be offered to
children preparing to enter
kindergarten and their parents.
This program, which is offered
at the Bradford County Public
Library from 6:30 p.m. until
7:30 p.m., will last until school
starts.
For more information on
either of these literacy
programs, please contact
AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer
Kathy Still at either (904) 964-
5382 or (904) 368-0291. Still
may also be contacted via e-
mail at kathy.still@sfcc.edu.

Lake Region
Community
Theatre will
perform in
Lake Butler
Lake Region Community
Theatre will be presenting
"Familiar Faces," a musical,
cabaret-style revue by Jack
Stella, in a dinner theater
setting at the Butler Seafood
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Butler.
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you on an emotional roller
coaster ride into the lives of
everyday people. Whether
they're young or whether
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Performances are scheduled
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Sunday, June 20-22. Show
times on Friday and Saturday
are 7 p.m., while the show on
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conflicts.
"I hope you take a few
moments to walk through that
sacred area before you leave
the post," Bateman said.


Memorial Day is a chance td
honor this country's "fallen
soldiers," Bateman said, but he
also urged the crowd to
remember those, who are still


with us. He talked about his
experiences during various
deployments since 2002,
saying it was the first time he
had talked about them with


anybody.
There are more out there just
like him who have stories to
tell, Bateman said.
"If you look around this post


or wherever you go, and you
see veterans out there of this
war that started in 2001, every
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Saxon and
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Eddie and Tammy Saxon of
Lawtey announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Jennifer Saxon, to .R.L-.
Clemons, the son of Ricky
Clemons and Tina Andrews of
Starke.
The wedding will take place
on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2008, at
the Conference Center in the
Austin Cary Forest. A
reception will follow.
Invitations are being sent.



Class of '73
reunion set
The Bradford High School
Class of 1973 will be holding
its 35th class reunion on
Saturday, July 19, at 6:30 p.m.
at the Starke Golf and County
Club.
Any classmates who
graduated in 1972, 1974 or
other years, who wish to
attend, can go to the Web site
at www.bhsclassofl973.org
and download the application.
Please respond by Tuesday,
July 1.


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one of them has a story,"
Bateman said. "I encourage
\ou to ask them to talk to you
about their experiences and
\\ hat they saw over there."
Bateman encouraged people
to visit veterans' hospitals, to
talk to those who have served
in past conflicts.
"The great thing about a VA
hospital is you can find
soldiers in there dating back to
World War II," Bateman said.
"I love going in there and


LETTERS TO

THE EDITOR

Flag fund was
a success
Dear Editor:
The members of American
Legion Post 56 in Starke take
this opportunity to thank the
many concerned citizens of
Bradford County and the
surrounding area for continued
support to veterans of the
United States armed forces,
especially the generous
contributions by individuals
and business persons to the
Annual Flag Fund Drive.
This annual tradition of
placing a memorial flag on
each marked veteran's grave in
30 cemeteries in Bradford
County and the one at
Kingsley Lake, in conjunction
with the annual Memorial Day
activities, was completed on
Saturday morning, May 24,
when the members of local
Boy Scout Troop 70 placed the
last flags in Crosby Lake
Cemetery west of Starke.
.There are now more than
1,475 known veterans buried
in our county and at the
Kingsley Lake Cemetery.
Donations made by veterans,
concerned citizens, and
businesses from this area make
this labor of love and respect
possible in Bradford County.
Thank you for your
continued support of our
.community veterans
throughout this area and our
'great nation. We are sincerely
grateful for the support and
patriotism of our fellow
citizens.
If we have accidentally
.missed placing a flag on any
grave marked as that of a
veteran, please give me a call
at (904) 964-6514 and we will
promptly correct this error.
Flag fund donations can still
be made to any member of
Post 56, or they can be mailed
to American Legion Post 56,
P.O. Box 1215, Starke, FL
32091-1215.
Please indicate "Flag Fund -
2008" with any donation you
wish to go to this purpose.
Respectfully,
Bill Cloud
Post Commander


talking to those soldiers."
Bateman stressed how
important he was to keen
military histoi) alive. He
recognized Maj. (retired)
Richard Avery, who was in
attendance, for doing just that.
Avery's father served in World
War II in the China-Burma-
India theater as a member of
Merrill's Marauders, the 5307"'
Composite Unit (provisional).
"One thing (Avery) does
religiously-he always goes to
all heirr .Ranger Regimental
meetings'and things like that,"
Bateman said. "He does not let
the history of his father or of
Merrill's Marauders and the
Ranger Regiment go by."


You're the
greatest
Dear Editor:
This letter is to the best
people in the world, the people
of Bradford County and the
surrounding areas.
Ten to 15 churches that I
know of in this area prayed for
me during my bout with
cancer. People who didn't even
go to church would stop me on
the street and tell me they were
praying for me.
People, I'm speechless. I've
been overwhelmed by your
concern and the love shown
me. I felt your prayers and
concern.
This crisis in my life has
shown me a lot about a lot of
things. I have a greater respect
for the power of prayer and a
greater respect for your
concern for others. Let's
always pray, one for another.
Again, let me say you are the
greatest.
Thank you,
Henry Hodges


Bateman, as one who enjoys
military history, had the
opportunity to go the Civil
War battlefield in Gettysburg
as a member of a staff ride.
There, he and other members
of the military studied the
tactics of that particular battle.
What Bateman noticed was
that there were several
similarities between the Civil
War and the current conflict,
such as a presidency under fire
and conflict among generals.
Angth.r.similarity.that stood-
out to Bateman was the fact
that soldiers in both conflicts
returned from the battlefield to
perform other duties.
"On the Union side of the
house, right after the Battle of
Gettysburg, several of the New
York regiments had to leave
the battlefield and go directly
back to New York to put down
the Irish Draft Riots," Bateman
said. "That's kind of
interesting because here
recently, a couple of years ago,
when this great state of Florida
endured numerous hurricanes
at the same time, we had
combat veterans coming off of
the airplanes-you could beat
their desert uniforms and still
get dust out of them-and they
were being deployed on the
streets of Florida to help out
with the hurricanes."
Bateman, as mentioned
earlier, talked of his own
experiences in deployments to
Afghanistan and the Horn of
Africa. He talked of the good
things he saw, but he -also
talked about the bad things,
such as watching a fellow
soldier bleed to death because
the MedEvac helicopter had to
be diverted to another area or
identifying a soldier by the
serial number on his pistol
when all that remains of him is
a leg.


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World War II Veteran and Brooker resident Frank Towers (left) and Command Sgt.
Maj. James Bateman, the featured speaker at the Camp Blanding Memorial Day
observance, stand while the flags are lowered to half-staff behind them during the
playing of "Taps."
It is situations like those that Greg Parsons, the curator of lives.
make the reality of war set in, the Camp Blanding Museum. "We owe them more than
Bateman said. Parsons, in his opening these brief moments wve share
"Freedom is a great thing, remarks, said words spoken each year to reflect on the
but it comes at a great cost," during Memorial Day sacrifices they made for the
Bateman said. observances were not enou-h IUnited States of America "


Col. J.M. "Mickey" Duren,
Camp Blanding's commander,
said enjoying the freedom that
this country's "fallen heroes"
made possible is a way of
honoring them beyond
Memorial Day observances.
Showing respect to the
American flag, voting,
exercising freedom of speech
and gathering in places of
worship are all ways of
showing gratitude for
sacrifices soldiers have made
for this country, he sai *11
"I'm proud to wear this
uniform," Duren said. "I'm
proud to be a member of the
United States military and the
Florida National Guard. I will
never forget our fallen
comrades. I honor them daily
by exercising those rights and
freedoms for which they died
for. I just ask you to continue
doing what you're doing here
today-that is showing your
respect, your honor and your
devotion and love for those
soldiers."
Duren's comments seemed
to perfectly sum up those of


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[OBITUARIES


Arthur Eugene Hudson


Arthur Hudson
STARKE Arthur Eugene
Hudson, 51; of Starke died
Wednesday, May 21., 2008, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Mr. Hudson was born in Starke
on May 27, 1956, and was a
lifetime resident of this area. He
graduated from Bradford High
School in 1975. He was a retired
dietary aide who worked at the
Veteran's Hospital in Tampa, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville and at Camp
Montgomery in Keystone Heights.
He was a'_.member of the
.Ebenezer Baptist Church, where
he serspd on the usher board.
Mr:'Hudson is survived by: a
son, Amad Hudson of Starke;
sisters, Barbara Samuels of Ocala
and Corrine Howard of Miami;
brothers, John Hudson, Clifford
Hudson, and Rudolph Hudson, all
of Starke, Willie Hudson of Ocala,'
Matthew Hudson of Miami, and
Roosevelt Hudson of Dover, Del.;
SMr. Hudson was preceded in
death by: his parents, Charlie and
IBetty Hudson; brothers, Charlie
Hudson Jr., William Hudson and
1E.C. Hudson; and sisters, Flora
;Harris and Alice Harris.
Family hour will be held on
Friday, May 30, from 3-4 p.m. at
Haile Memorial Chapel. The
family will receive friends on that
date from 4-8 p.m.
i Funeral services for Mr.
SHudson will be held on Saturday,
IMay. 3J, at JI.. a.m.--at--Ebenezer
SMissionary Baptist Church with
the Rev. James N. Wilcox
conducting the services and the
;Rev. J.W. Warren giving the
e0ology "ritermetnt will follow in
iOddfellov Cemetery under the
;care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.


Lucian Bradley
ST'ARK. -Lucian. "1.L.P." Paul
Bradlc\. 71. of Starke died on
luesdaim. Ma\ 20. 200X. after a
couragous battle w\\ith Ilunh
cancer.
Mr. Bradlex was born on Feb.
22, 1937, in Starke. to Noonan
Bradlec and Elsie Kersc\. He w\\as
preceded in death b\: his brother.
Rudolf Chism; sisters. Mar\ of
Mississippi, Retha of Starke.
Winona of Tampa: a son, Morgan:
and a grandson. Matthe\. IL.P.'s
favorite thing to do %\ as to talk and
he certain\ did it \well.
He is survived bh\: his sons.
Lucian P. Bradle\ Jr., )ale
Bradle\, Tommn B4radle\. Bill\
Bradle, (Patricia); daughters,
Tracy Bradley, Tammie Bradle,:
brothers, Noonan Bradley, George
Bradley: sisters, Jean and Phoebe:
21 grandchildren and 15 great-
grandchildren.
The family received friends
from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday, May
22, at the funeral home. Funeral
services were held on Frida\, May
23, at 11:30 a.m. at the Sampson
City Church of God with Pastor
Donnie Lott conducting the
services. The arrangements were
under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Ser\ices.
Starke, Florida (904) 964-5757.
PAID OBITUARY

Andy Dixon
STARKE -Thomas Andrew
"Andy" Dixon, 50, of Starke died
Monday, May 26, 2008, at the
Veterans Medical Center in
Gainesville following an extended
battle with cancer.
Mr. Dixon was born in Starke
and lived most of his life in
Bradford and Union counties. He
was a veteran who served in the
U.S. Army for 28 years and retired
as a sergea.i E5. He was a
m .,.., .. ,., .. i .,,
Church of Slai .
Mr. hD.l 't n.s survi\, I : his
mother, I henna Dixe. I I. )rnton
of Starke; sisters, Lynn Fulton of
Newberry and Mary Henry of
Starke; and brothers, Dick Dixon,
David Dixon and Freddie Magyri,
all of Starke, Phillip Dixon of
Gainesville, Bill Dixon of
Keystone Heights. Timothy Dixon
of Marlow, Okla., Stephen Dixon
of Sanderson, Mark Dixon of
Jacksonville and Nathan Thornton
of Starke.
Mr. Dixon was preceded in
death by: ..is father, Owen G.
Dixon; his stepfather, Elbert
Thornton;-andTh sister, Virginia
"Ginger" Lastinger.
The family will receive friends
on Friday, May 30, from 10-11
a.m. at Archer Fune,.l 'Horpe' of
Lake Butler.
Memorial services "'4~ Ar.
Dixon will follow at 11 a.m. in the
chapel of Archer Funeral Home
with the Rev. Terry Fulton and the


Re\. Dick l)i\on conductinte the
sr\ ices. Interment a\sill he held at
a later date under the care ofl
Archer Funeral Home.

Geraldine
Edwards
STARKE -Geraldine Edwsards,
69. of Starke died Thursda\. Ma\
8. 2008.
Mrs. Edwards \\as born in
Starke on Jul\ 11, 1938, to Odell
Bud Green and Doshia Starling.
She was a lifelong resident of'
Starke.
Mrs. Edwards is survived by:
children, Larr\ Green and Randall
C. Johns, both of Starke, Jan L.
Dunnagan of Marianna: four
grandchildren and eight great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Edwards was preceded in
death by: her husband, Charles
Ernest Green: sisters, Janie Davis
and Dorothy Reeves; and a
brother. Odell Green Jr.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Edwards were held May 10 in
Evergreen Cemetery with the Rev.
Gene Bass conducting the
services. Arrangements were
under the care of Archie Tanner
FunSeal Services of Starke.

Peggy
Renzelman
MELROSE Margaret "Peggy"
Renzelman, 89, of Melrose died
Tuesday, May 20, 2008.
Born in Pittsfield, Mass., Mrs.
Renzelman was raised in Putney,
Vt., and graduated in 1945 from
Elliott Community Hospital
School of Nursing in Keene, N.H.
She worked for many years as a
registered nurse. She and her
husband operated a dairy farm in
Alstead, N.H., for 30 years. They'
began spending their winters in
Melrose in 1973'.
Mrs. Renzelman was active in
the Melrose ,community, with the
Melrose Friends of the Library
and the thrift shop at the Trinity
Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Renzelman is survived by:
her husband of 63 years, Ralph
Renzelman; sons, Ralph
Renzelman Jr. and Peter
Renzelman, both of Alstead, N.H.,
and John Renzelman of Wayne,
Neb.; five grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Renzelman will be held on
Monday, June 16, at 3 p.m. at
Trinity Episcopal Church. In lieu
of flowers, the family requests that
donations be made in her memory
to the Trinity Episcopal Church in
Melrose 204 S.R. 26, Melrose, FL
32666W or Haven, Hospice 'of'
Gaine-. ilic. 4200-NW 90"i Blvd.,
Gaines ille, FL 32606.
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Donald Matesz
KEYSTONE HEIHTIS -
Donald Grecor\ Maltesz. 74. a
resident of Ke\ stone Heights since
2000 passed a\ a\ Friday .Ma\ 16.
2008, at his home.
Mr. Matesz was born on Ma\ 7.
1934. in Depe\., N.Y.. to the late
George Matesz and Susan K. Kish
Matesz.
Don served with the U.S. Air
Force and \s as an engineer
graduate of' the Universits of
Buffalo. He was employed at
Dresser Industry in Depew, N.Y.,
National Engineering in Russia.
Technology Intl. in Vienna,
Austria, and Kolman Athe\ in
Sioux Falls, S.D.
Mr. Matesz leaves behind: his
loving wife of 21 years, Mildred
B. Klasen Matesz; two daughters
with a grandchild each, Melanie
Matesz (Adam), of Buffalo, N.Y.,
and Melissa Peters (Melissa Sue),
of Cheektowaga, N.Y.; seven
stepchildren, Brian Beuning of
Duluth, Ga., Charles (Bonnie) of
Wichita, Karn., David (Joyce Ann)
of Holly Springs, N.C., Gary of
Gainesville, Dale (Mary Jo) of
Seattle, Wash., Cheryl of Harpers
Ferry, W.V., and Lisa (Kevin) of
Chicago, IIl.; eight step-
grandchildren, two step-great
grandchildren; one sister, Suzanne
S. Fielding (John) of DeBary; and
twvo -.lis, ncliiu L;i,..:Ie of
Cheektlowaga. N.Y., and Helen
Rizzi of Lancaster, N.Y.
Friends and family will miss his
gift for sharing life stories and his
incredible sense of humor. He
enjoyed golfing, camping,
traveling, building model
airplanes and mastering crossword
puzzles. He left lasting memories
by drafting and creating
individualized projects in his
woodworking shop. Don was a
15-year cancer survivor and
enjoyed life to the fullest!
The family requests that Don be
honored with the gift of life
through donations to the American
Cancer Society (vwwvw.cancer.org).
(Private funeral services.)
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OBITUARIES


Myrtle Presley


Myrtle Presley
JACKSONVILLE Myrtle
Prcsley. 90, of Jacksonville died
Thursday, May 8. 2008, following
an extended illness.
Mrs. Presley was born on
March 18, 1918. She had live in
Jacksonville since 1946 and she
and her husband raised their
children there. She attended
Calvarv Temple and Evangel
'Temple Asse;mtilics of God. She
was retired from the U.S. Postal
Sern ice.
S..' is sustr ed ': sons. John
Plre.sl'\ and L.awreice Prcsl y;
daughters. Merle Parker-Pallier,
Elaine Gouin and Judy Wiisanen:
13 grandchild.;i, and 30 great-
grandchildren.
Mrs. Presley was preceded in
death 'y: her husband, John Titus
Presley; and sisters, Mildred Scott
and Madrid Enders.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Presley were held May 12 at
Evangel Temple Assembly of God
with the Rev. Cecil Wiggins
conducting the services. Interment
followed in Riverside Memorial
Park under the care of Fraser
Funeral Home of Jacksonville.


Susie Powell
LAKE BUTLER Susan
"Susie" Hamilton Powell, 49, of
Lake Butler died Tuesday, May
27, 2008, at her home following
an extended illness,
Mrs. Powell was born in
Portsmouth, Va., as the daughter
of Raymond W. Hamilton and
Alice Fuller Hamilton. She lived
mo. :. hl tli e ii t l lt u III c .ui, .aty.
She was a cosmetologist who
owned antd operated Hairbiz since
1.985. She .was of the, Catholic
faith. "
SMrs .Pp.yil is, survival .by: her
hui-barnd o' 23' e.irs. David A.
Powell; a son,' Peyton Hamilton
Powell of Lake Butler; and
brothers, Tam Hamilton of
Gainesville and Terry Hamilton of
Hampton Lake.
The family will receive friends
from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday. May
29, at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Powell will be held Friday, May
30, at 2 p.m. in the chapel at
Archer Funeral Home, with
Brother Scott Fisher conducting
the services. Interment will be at a
later date under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
the Preston Wells Brain Tumor
Foundation, P.O. Box 100265,
Gainesville, FL 32610.


Thomas
Paladino
STIARKE Thomas Ace\
Plaladino. 43. of Starke died
Thursday Ma 22. 200)8. in an
atiltlomobhi accident.
Mr. Paladino \\as born on June
5. 1904,. n (aiunes\ ille to Thomas
Charles Paladino and Ruth Marie
PIerr\ l'aladino. He \\as a lifelong
resident olf Starke and %\as the
ow.ner'opcrator of K&.1 Reco\er\
Service.
Mr. Paladino is sur\i\ed b\: his
wife of 23 scars. Lisa Y. IDukes
Paladino ol Starke: his mother.
Ruth Marie IP'err\ IPaladino of
Hampton: a daughter, Kristic
Shane Paladino. of Starke: a son.
John Ryan Ilaladino of Starke: and
his grandmother. Evel\n Perr\ of
Hampton.
Mr. Paladino was preceded in
death b\ his father. Thomas
Charles Paladino: a brother,
Stacec Paladino: and sisters,
Laurie Paladino and Carol
Paladi no.
Funeral services for Mr.
Paladino were held May 26 in the
Sampson City Church of God with
Pastor Donnie Lott conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Crosby Lake Cemetery under the
care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke.


Horace Smith
STARKE Horace Eugene
Smith, 55, of Starke died Tuesday,
May 20, at S.hands Starke,
following a sudden illness.
Born in Augusta, Ga., on Jan. 7,
1953, Mr. Smith was a longtime
resident of Starke. He attended
Bible Baptist Church.
Mr. Smith is survived by: his
mother, Ora Smith of Starke; and
his sister, Bonnie Roberts of St.
Augustine.
Mr. Smith was preceded in
death by his brother, Jimmy
Smith.
Funeral services for Mr. Smith
were held May 23 at Bible Baptist
Church with the Rev. Roger
Worten conducting the services.
Interment was held on May 24 in
Fairview Memorial Gardens in
Stockbridge, Ga., under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home


of Starke.
In lieu of fnlocrs. the 'annl\
requests that donations he ndmade to
the Epileps\ Foundation. I(X)()
NW 8'" A\e.. Suite A. (iaines\ ille,
Fl. 32601.

Clifton Wilson
STARKE C'litton Roger
Wilson, 54, of Starke died
Tuesday. Ma\ 27, 2008, at Shands
LIF Medical Center in Gaines\ille
following a brief illness.
Mr. Wilson was born in
Charleston, S.C.. and had lived in
Starke for the past eight years. He
was a house painter in the
construction industry .
Mr. Wilson is survived by: his
wife of 13 years. Kay Ellen
Wilson: his father. Hugh Wilson
of Adams Run, S.C.: a son,
Clifton Roy Wilson: and two
stepsons, Jesse Todd and Chad
Tyler.
Mr. Wilson was preceded in
death by: his mother, Inez Bowers
Wilson.
The family will receive friends
on Friday, May 30, from 6-8 p.m.
at Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler.
Funeral services for Mr. Wilson
will be held Saturday, May 31, at
11 a.m. in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home with Brother Scott
Fisher conducting the services.
Interment will follow in Mt. Zion
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.

Delma Gentry
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS -
Delma Edna Raper Gentry, 88, of
Keystone Heights died Monday,
May 26, 2008, at Bradford Terrace
in Starke.
Mrs. Gentry was born in Blue
Ridge, Ga., on J.an. 22, 1920, to
Martin Alexander and Hattie Botts
Raper. In February of 2004, she
and her husband moved to
Keystone Heights from Ashville,
N.C., where Mrs. Gentry was an
active member of Calvary Baptist
Church. She taught Sunday school
and vacation Bible school, and
was a member of WMU:
Mrs. Gentry is survived by: her
husband of 61 years, Coleman
"Jack" Gentry; children, Angelia
Sue Gentry of Ashville, N.C., and


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Gentr\ will be held Saturda\. May
31. at Calar\ Baptist Church in
Ash ille, N.C. Interment will
follow at Pisgah View Memorial
Gardens in (Candler, N.C.
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Calvary Baptist Church. 531
Ha\%vood Rd., Ash\ille, NC
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you'll be gone 10 years. You
know something? I was
reading one of those e-mail
things the other day that was
just becoming really popular in
1998. It was about an older
man who had lost his wife and
someone mentioned. though
sad, he seemed to be taking it
very well. He answered
something to the effect. "I did
the best I could."

I've heard that my entire life.
As you know, that phrase has
taken on added meaning for
me since my late 30s, some 20-
odd years ago.
Daddy, I know in my heart that
you did the best you could. No
more could ever be asked of
anyone. You weren't always


right. but then no one is. You
did your best and that is
always enough.
Now when someone asks me
hot I'm doing. I tell them.
"I'm doing the best I can every
day. "I'm living so that, should
I ever be in that man's position
of losing someone so close, I
can honestly say, "I did the
best I could."
Somehow. Daddy, Ihave
forgotten, it seems, many of
the bad times, or so I am told,
but I do remember the good
times. The times when you and
I were father and son, and
there were more than I would
have admitted years ago.
I miss you, Daddy.
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roKeystone Heights benefits

from Blue, White scrimmage


Gold team defenders Dalton Cochran (far left) and Delmonte Givens attempt to
bring down Purple receiver Bryan Homes after he makes a catch.


Coach likes what he sees in

Union County scrimmage


BY ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer
Union County head football
coach Andrew Zow saw
several things he was pleased
with during the May 22 Purple
and Gold intrasquad
scrimmage, which was won
22-12 by the Purple team.
The Gold team held the lead
only once in the game after
scoring on the first drive. Wide
receiver Jordan Williams
managed to gatch a long pass
from Alvin Jernigan in the end
'zone. that had been deflected
off .6ra defender's hand for a
6-0 lead.
Zow said he felt good
overall about how much the
team had accomplished. He
was especially pleased with the
'performance of his two
quarterbacks, Jernigan and
Chris Alexander. Both chalked
up impressive pass completion
rates to receivers such as
Bryan Holmes and Andres
Estrada.
In regard to Holmes, Zow
praised his running of pass
routes and his downfield
blocking as well as the several
receptions he made.
Zow added that he was
equally pleased with S.J.
Simmons at cornerback and
the way he read and reacted to


the quarterback's intentions.
As far as his running backs
were concerned Zow said he
was pleased with Deven Perry,
who on the very first play of
the game took a handoff and
ran 27 yards for the Gold team
before being brought down.
This was just the first of
several rushes in which he
picked up significant yardage.
"He did very well all night,"
Zow said. "He ran the ball
hard and made some good cuts
to elude the defenders."
Zow said he was also
pleased with the running of
Najeeb Smith, who missed-the
last two seasons due to
academic issues. Smith, Zow
said, with his speed and his
ability to switch direction on a
dime, should prove to be a


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coming season.
Naturally, not everything
went according to plan. There
were several broken plays,
mishandled exchanges, high
snaps and yellow flags on the
field.
Zow was not pleased when
the Purple team, with seconds
remaining in the first half and
knocking on the door at the 1-
yard line, committed two
consecutive holding penalties
that moved them in the wrong
direction.
However, the unit redeemed
itself with a last-second
touchdown reception for a 16-
6 halftime lead.
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TeL'ctraph SItff II tfiler
Ke\ stone Heights \\ as
without t its full complement of
pla\ ers, hbut head football
coach Chuck Dickinson \\as
pleased with \\hat he saw out
of a controlled scrimmage
during the Blue and White
game on Ma\ 22.
Eight players ha\e not had
the chance to practice most of.
this spring due to the fact they
were helping the school's
baseball team make a run for
the state championship.
Therefore, the annual
intrasquad scrimmage % as not
played under true game
conditions. The best I 1 players
available on offense ran 10
series against a group of
defenders, followed by the best
II11 on defense play ing 10
play s.
The scrimmage featured a
total of six series.
"All in all I thought it was
beneficial," Dickinson said.
"I'm just glad we got through
it without anybody getting
hanged up."
The 11 best players on
offense scored touchdowns on
each of their three series.
Marcel Robinson rushed for 63
yards on 10 carries, scoring
twice, while Thomas Ricketts,
who rushed for 52 yards on


Defensive lineman Brandon Miller (left) tries to make
his way into the backfield past offensive lineman
Kyle Williams.


four carries, scored once.
Fullback Garrett Strickland
added 64 yards on five carries.
Dickinson said the backs ran
well, but it was what they did
without the ball that he was
most happy with.
"I was pleased with the
backs and their blocking," he
said. "That's something I


always look at."
Dickinson said the offensive
linemen did not ahla\ss make
the right blocks. but he
expected that to happen at
times.
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CRIME


Starke man
charged with
sexual


Stevie DeSue


Robbery
suspect
arrested in
Gainesville
The suspect in the robbery
of Little Caesar's Pizza in
Starke was arrested last week in
Gainesville.
Stevie DeSue Jr. was
charged on a warr:nt with the
Oct. 18 robbery. DeSue
approached the two employees
at the pizza store on South
Orange Street as they were
closing. DeSue allegedly
pointed a handgun at them and
demanded theft money. The
-victims complied and Desue
fled thC' scene on foot.
Investigators identified
DeSue, charged him with the
robbery and a warrant was
issued.
Information was received
last week of a possible location
of DeSue in the Gainesville
area.
DeSue was located May 22
by Alachua deputies in an
apartment at Lexington
Crossing on 27th Street. He
was found hiding in a bedroom
during a search of the
apartment.
DeSue, 18, of Starke was
arrested for robbery with a
firearm with bond set at
$50,000, according to Starke
Officer Brad Smith.

Sexual
predator
resides in
Raiford
Christopher Durwood
Watson, a convicted sexual
predator, lists his address as
11951 S. C.R. 229 in Raiford.
Watson was released two week
ago from the Department of
Corrections (DOC).
Watson was convicted in
1998 of sexual battery on a
minor child under 12 years of
age.
Watson has a 10 p.m. to 6
a.m. curfew and is on
supervised probation through
DOC until 2018.
For additional information,
visit www.union sheriff.us and
click on the home page link
sexual offender/predators.
PUBLIC NOTICE
THE BRADFORD COUNTY
BOARD OF COUNTY
COMMISSIONERS will hold their
regular meeting on JUNE 2, 2008,
at 9:30 .a.m. in the county
commission meeting room at the
Bradford County Courthouse.
5/29 ltchg


battery
A 42-year-old


Starke man


was ;arrcA .i,,,v ..,. ...,.ng
a 13-year-old.
George RanP.'.'-. ('re!,s was
charged with sexual battery by
Bradford Cpl. R. Watkins. The
victim reported the crime to the
sheriff's office after she was
able to escape from Crews,
Cpl. Watkins said.
The victim stated Crews
offered her money, but she told
him to stop when he forced her
to have intercourse, Cpl.
Watkins said. Crews denied
using force and stated he had
been drinking beer and did not
recall exactly what happened,
Cpl. Watkins said.
Bond on the charge was set
at $300,000.


Starke teen
faces sexual
charges
An 18-year-old Starke
student was arrested May 14 for
lewd and lascivious battery on
a person under 16.
The teen was charged with
engaging in sexual activity
several times with a 14-year-
old during the past month,
according to Bradford Sgt.
Robert A. Smith. Both the
victim and the defendant
advised the intercourse was
consensual. However, it
remains a crime.
On May 16, charges of
aggravated child abuse and
neglect of a child were filed on
the victim's parents, Sgt.
Smith said. The parents
allowed their daughter to
engage in a relationship/sexual
activity with an 18-year-old on
multiple occasions at their
residence while being
unsupervised. As a result, the
victim became pregnant, Sgt.
Smith said- -
The parents also took the
victim and her boyfriend on
vacation, where they were
unsupervised while the parents
were in the bar, Sgt. Smith


said. The
boyfriend
intercourse
Jacuzzi at
Smith said.


victim and
stated they
in the pool
the motel,


Despite being consensual,
once a private doctor or health
department employee becomes
aware of the sexual activity,
they are required by law to
report the offense to law
enforcement officers.

Hampton man
charged with
child
molesting
A 71-year-old Hampton man
was arrested May 23 for
molesting a child.
Paul Dean Burger was
charged with lewd and
lascivious molestation by
Bradford Investigator Roger
Crase. Burger allegedly
inappropriately touched the
nine-year-old victim on May 7,
Investigator Crase said.
Burger was released from
custody after a $50,000 surety
bond was posted.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Christopher Daniel Hunt,
21, of Worthington Springs
was arrested May 20 by Union
Deputy Mindy Goodwin for
aggravated battery. Hunt was
charged with striking the
victim in the face during an
argument. The victim was
knocked out and struck his head
on the pavement, Deputy
Goodwin said. The victim
suffered a skull fracture as a
result of the blow, Deputy
Goodwin said.
George Perez Rodriquez was
arrested May 21 by Union
Deputy Doug York for
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weapon. Rodriquez was charged
with assaulting the victim by
pulling her hair and throwing
her to the ground. He put a
handgun to the victim's
forehead while threatening to
kill her, Deputy York said.
Richard Edward Casper, 47,
of Lake Butler and Michael
James Massey, 24, of Starke
were arrested May 23 by
Bradford Sgt. Robert Smith for
aggravated assault and felon in
possession of firearm. Casper
was charged with threatening to
kill the victim and attemptingg
to strike her with a 12-gauge
shotgun, Sgt. Smith said.
Casper and Massey apparently
struggled over the shotgun
during the confrontation. It was
unclear who owned the shotgun
or who fired the shot that hit a
vehicle parked in the yard
during the melee, Sgt. Smith
said. Casper is a multi-state
offender who has 16 felony and
12 ili, i..CdiiU ClII .^i^ .,
Sgt. Smith said. iHe is being
held without bond. Massey is
also a convicted felon. His
bond was set $30,000.
Eugene Drayton Shealy, 28,
of Starke was arrested May 23
by Bradford. Deputy Johnny
Pons for aggravated assault.
Shealy was charged with
grabbing a handgun and firing
approximately five shots at the
victim during an argument,
Deputy Pons said. Bond was
set.at $50,000.


Luis Alberto Chavarria, 48,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 24 by Union Deputy
Donnie Jones for aggravated
battery. Chavarria was charged
with striking the victim on the
arm with a fiberglass tool
handle, Deputy Jones said. The
victim was treated and released
from a local hospital, Deputy
Jones said.


Chris Lanier, 27, of Lawtey
was arrested May 26 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
for domestic battery. Lanier
was charged with choking the
victim while they were both
drinking alcoholic beverages,
Deputy Black said. A $1,000
surety bond was posted for
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CRIME I


Recent arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:


Willie K. DeSue, 46. of
Starke vwas arrested May 24 by
Starke Patrolman P.A. King
for aggravated battery and
resisting arrest without
violence. DeSue was charged at
5:17 a.m. with striking the
victim in the head with a stick.
DeSue fled on foot when the
officer attempted to make
contact with him, Patrolman
King said. The K-9 found
DeSue hiding in a wooded area
near the scene and he was taken
into custody, Patrolman King
said. Bond was set at $15,000.

Jason Paul Watson, 22, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
25 by Union Deputy Willie
Lee for aggravated battery.
Watson was charged after the
pattern of his shoe matched the
pattern of the bruise on the
victim's face, Deputy Lee said.

Paul Glenn Friese Jr., 35,
oftStarke was arrested May 23
by Starke .Patrolman Brad
Smith for aggravated assault
qome.tic and tampering with a
viet-itn, Friese was charged
with threatening the victim
with a pool cue during an
argument. When the victim
attempted to call 911, Friese
prevented her from completing
the call, Patrolman Smith said.
Bond was set at $10,000.

Bobby Joe Robinson, 32, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn
Brown for domestic battery.
Robinson was charged with
grabbing the victim and
throwing her onto a table. He
also punched her in the
stomach, Patrolman Brown
said. He was released from
custody after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Johnte D. Nichols, 22, of
Starke was arrested May 19 by
Starke Patrolman David
Sp-rtpfpian ...or, domestic
tt'er,. Nichols was charged
with'choking the victim while
at Wal-Mart. The victim is a
juvenile, Patrolman Schlofman
said. A $1,000 surety bond was
posted for Nichols' release
from custody.

Desert Dawn Kaye, 38, of
Melrose was arrested May 20


hb Bradlord Cpl. Thomas Sapp
for batters. Ka\e vwas charged
w ith punching the victim in
the eye, ctausting a minor
injury. Cpl. Sapp s.aid. Kaye
was released from custody after
a S 1.000 surety bond was
posted.

Raymond Vazzana, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 26 by Clay deputies for
possession of cannabis.

Charles Gregory Morris, 19,
of Starke was arrested May 20
by Patrolman Schlofman for
possession of marijuana after
marijuana was fonind in his
pocket. .\ S 1000 sre' l\ bond
was posed lor his release from


Luciail Daviu -ttiuicws, 25,
of Starke was arrested May 25
by Starke Sgt. Richard Crews
for 'possession of prescription
medication without a
prescription. Andrews was
questioned at 2:12 a.m. while
walking in the median on U.S.
301. He threw a plastic bag
onto the roadway that contained
several generic Xanax pills,
Sgt. Crews said. A $15,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Darius Leon Donley, 23, of
Melrose was arrested May 22
by Bradford Deputy J.J.
Etheridge for grand theft.
Donley was charged with riding
a 1992 Suzuki motorcycle that


was reported stolen from
Jacksonville. He w'as released
from custody after a S 5,000
surety bond was posted.

Leigh Ann Miller, 30, of
Gainesville was anested May
24 by Union Deputy John
Gootee for felony criminal
mischief. Miller was charged
with cutting the tires on two
vehicles belonging to the
victim. She appeared to be
intoxicated, Deputy Gootee
said. Bond was set at $10,000.

Loretta Lynn Westberry, 41,
of Starke was arrested May 19
by Patrolman Schloftman for
breach of peace. Westberry was
charged with causing a crowd
to form in the parking lot at
Orangewood Apartments. She
was agitated and raised her
voice after being told not to,
Patrolman Schlofman said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.


Sylvester Warren, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
18 by Deputy Jones for
trespass and possession of drug
paraphernalia. Warren was
begging for money in the
parking lot of the Kangaroo in
Lake Butler. He was trespassed
from that location in 2005 and
was arrested twice for the same
offense, Deputy Jones said. A
metal pipe and steel wool were
removcu 1101l his pants'
pocket, Deputy Jones said.


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19 by Starke Patrolman James
Studter for breach of peace.
Johnson vwas charged with
disrupting a group of citizens
on South Thompson Street. He
was released from custlod after
a $1,000 surely bond J as
posted.

Juan Gonzalez, 29, and
Jesus Apoliner. 25. both of
Wauchula, were arrested May
21 by Patrolman Stutler for
breach of peace. The two men
accused each other of beating
on the motel door, disrupting
their peace, Patrolman Stutler.
They were arrested at 4:06 a.m.
and released after $1,000 surety
bonds were posted.

Angela Anita Robinson, 31,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 23 by Deputy Gootee for
disorderly intoxication.
Deputies responding to the
Lake Butler Kangaroo found
Robinson involved in a
physical altercation. She was
intoxicated and would not
comply with commands to
calm down, Deputy Gootee
said. She continued to disturb


other customers and was placed
under arrest.

Samuel Isaih Coblentz, 30,
of Starke was arrested May 20
by Patrolman Schlofman for
resisting without violence.
Coblentz resisted arrest by
fleeing on foot when the officer
attempted to arrest him on
'warrants. Bond was set at
S 1,000 and $9,000 on warrants
for violation of probation and
failure to appear.

Daniel L. Kelsaw, 22, of
Yulee as arrested May 26 by
Starke Patrolman Clint
Lockhart for false alarm of fire.
Kelsaw stated he pulled an
alarm at Whispering Oaks
Apartments because he needed
to be life-flighted to Shands
Jacksonville due to his
stomach hurting, Patrolman
Lockhart said. Kelsaw refused
... kId Ic d i tcatment.

Patricia Kay Jordan. 40, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
Starke Patrolman Jason Crosby
for resisting an officer without
violence. Jordan charged at the
officers as they attempted to
investigate a call of domestic


violence. Sne was also very
abusive toward the officers,
Patrolman Crosby said. Bond
was set at $500.

Coy Franklin, 49, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 22 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for possession of
concealed weapon.

Patrick Shaw, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 22 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear insufficient
safety equipment.

Derek Hampton, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 20 by Clay deputies on a
writ.

Frederick D. Tyson, 25, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
Patrolman King on a warrant
for uttering a forged instrument
and petit theft. A $2,500 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

John Tetstone, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 20 by Clay deputies on
warrants for grand theft and
indirect criminal contempt.


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RVs and
Campers
2003 MALLARD TRAVEL
TRAILER WITH SLIDE-
OUT Asking '$9,200
Contact Mike at 904-307-
5857
2004 32' CEDAR CREEK
FIFTH WHEEL-2 slides,
rear kitchen and lots of
storage Excellent condi-
tion. $20,000 OBO Call
904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822
45
Land for Sale
MIDDLEBURG/KEY-
STONE/PUTNAM Lots
for sale. 1/3 acre and
up, low down Owner
financing available Call
1-800-616-8373


1 75 ACRES, BEAUTIFUL
HIGH AND DRY PAS-
TURE LAND. Mobile
homes and horses al-
lowed Asking $29,900
Call 904-422-0470 (own-
er/agent)
OWNER FINANCE -
STARKE/LAKE BUTLER
AREA 1 1/2 acres to 4
acre lots with pond and
river Granddaddy oaks
and rolling hills. Call 386-
496-0683 or 352-284-
7608
ONE ACRE WITH 28X80
4/2 MOBILE HOME. like
new Financing available
4 miles from Starke, call
386-496-1146
2 ACRES INCLUDES
ALL IMPROVEMENTS
Ready for mobile home,
North of Sanderson
$24.900 Call 904-259-
8028
ACREAGE AND FARMS
140 ACRES, 1 mile road
frontage. $6K/acre Call
904-259-8028
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
ONE STORE IN HEART OF
DOWNTOWN 111 Call
St ,$201,000orforRENT
new roof. designed for
restaurant Also, one
retail store, downtown
Starke. $179,500 109
Call St new roof, good
for office, retail, etc Call
904-964-4111
NEW PROFESSIONAL OF-


*HomeneRqair
*I'NU-re "ashnJg
*Odd.Ijs
*Yard W',ork
*G(arden Roto-Tl&ing
* Ikjied & Inurnald


FICES at 417 West Call
Street for lease Ideal for
medical, legal, account-
ing or business offices
$350 including utilities
and taxes, or all 4 offices
for $290 each plus utilities
and taxes Call 352-275-
8531 today lor a walk
through
FIRST MONTH FREE -
$425/MTH 7414 SR21
Keystone Heights Call
877-422-7115 Biand
n'w spaces
,OFFICESFOH LEASt: -,;-
SW 4TH AVE Townsend
House. Lake Buatler, 386-
496-1878 $350 and'
$700/mth.
48
Homes for Sale
$500 DOWN. OWNER FI-
NANCING Lakefroni
manufactured home on
1/3 acre, $99K 5762
Silver Sands Circle, Key-
stone Heights. FL 32656
Call 800-813-6180
2 BED 1 BATH. 29 gage
metal roof, new electri-
cal wiring, plumbing. AC
unit, cabinets, floor cov-
ering. Florida Power and
Light utilities, 2 miles N
of Starke on 301. $85K
Price reduced, make offer
Phone 352-745-0039
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St Starke, $55.500 Call
352-745-0039
HANDYMAN SPECIAL
2BR/1BA 696 Epperson


.'1eeTimmning & RMnoval
*Site Clean Up
*'lrasbRmntral
* Pine Bark & Cyprsi Mulch
* Fewood For Sale
*FreeEstimates


Owner: Kerrn Whitford
131 M; I .M1


St Starke, $49,500 Call
352-745-0039
FOR SALE BY OWNER
CONTEMPORARY
HOME 3/2 like ney,
excellent condition, built
in 2002, cathedral ceiling.
tile, freshly painted 6522
TriestAve Asking $195K.
call 352-214-8907
3/2 WITH 3/1 RENTAL ON
59 ACRES, $119K Call
Amanda at Hometown
First Realty. 904-364-
8340
2/2 ON 2 ACRES FRAME
HOME ON PAVED ROAD
Reduced to $98,500 Call
Amanda at Hometown
First Realty at 904-364-
8340
49
Mobile Homes
for Sale
TIRED OF ALL THE EX-
TRAS THAT YOU DON'T
KNOW ABOUT or don't
plan for' Then buy my
2008 28x80 for $67K, or
my 28x60 4BR for $52K
Includes permits, well.


FOR SALE
4BR/1 BA Stucco"
House in country with
a mother-in-law
1BR/1BA apartment
divided by carport
Large yard with -
5+ acres in a .
platted subdivision.
Located on 134th St.
Owner financing to
qualified buyer
$159,000
Shown by
appointment only
Call

964-6305
Ask for John


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does it all'

(904) 964-6305 *(3521473-2210 *(3861496-2261


Keystone Hauling &

Handyman Service, LLC
.r -ntrv Bur Hou M No'Ai


Pretty Little Cottage

2 BR, Treed Lot, New Wall
To Wall Carpet, Fresh
Paint.
$455.00 per month
plus security

1-800-366-3419


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wide Hidden Oaks MHC
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4C6-8111
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ONE ACRE. $32.000 MO-
BILE HOME 2BR 6860
NW 204th Terr. Starke.,
FL 32091 Call 1-802-
807-8624 or 352-514-
-0719
MACCLENNY LAND HOME
PACKAGE New 1579
sq ft 3/2, deluxe kitchen
appliances island, lots
of cabinets, formal dining
a d more on 1 5 shaded
acres on the St Mary's
River Was $135K, re-
duced to $120K Call
904-259-8028 "
NEW "2008" LOT MODEL,
1800An ft 3BR/2BA, up-
']-..' kitchen package,
master bedroom retreat,
sliding glass door with
furniture & decor, setup
& delivery. A/C, skirting,
Steps $62,900 Call Larry
at 904-259-1100
2008" 28X44 3/2, FLEET-
WOOD, $29,900 Call
Larry at 904-259-1100.


50
For Rent
Sl00 DOWN OWNi H I I
NANCING I akeiront
mnIanuifactured home on
1 3 acre $99K 'i/62t
Silvr Sands Cvcle Key
stone Heighls FI 326L,6
Call 800-813-6180
FURNISHED ROOMS 1 OH)
RENT' COMPLETE with
CH/A cable provided all
utilities paid' Central loca-
ion 10o discount on first
month's rent for senior cit-
irens Rooms with private
bath S115 S135 /wk
Room without bath $100
Laundry facilities avail-
able Close to churches
stores downtown shop
ping theatre and more'
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel across from
the Starke Post Office
904-964-4303
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH. clean, close to prJson
Call 352-468-1323
SPECIAL RENTAL 2 &
3 BR, NEWLY RENO-
VATED Deposit required
Call 678-438-6828 or 678-
438-2865
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS 1005 SW 6th
Street Lake Butler. FI
32054 Ph 386-496-3141,
TDD/TTIY 711 Rental
assistance for qualified
applicants 1.2,3 & 4 BR
HC & non HC acces-
sible apartments Laun-
dry facility & playground
Water, sewer & garbage
provided Equal Housing
Opportunity
2 ONE YEAR OLD HOUS-
ES. 3/2 2 car garage,
tile floors, granite coun-
tertops, jacuzzi. tub and
walk-in shower, lake ac-
cess Available June 1st,
$1,200/mth and $1,100/
mth One month deposit
Call 352-473-3560
2/2 SWMH RECENTLY RE-
MODELED $500/mth.
$1,250 needed to move
in Located at Lamplight-


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* Sales

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964-7061
Myers* STATE LICENSE #1305
& Rotary Well Drilling2-6"
.GPDAs 864 N. Temple Ave. US Hwy 301 N.
S Starke. FL


No Job to Small

Over 30 Years Experience
PO. Box 183 Lawtey, FL. 32058


Perry Nicula
Cell 904-364-7451


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fwn in inr1 vill. *21 )(
Jil l h Av e Pa rk is

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available (.' Call 386-684-
1040 352-283-8674 or
888-999-1389
S-VLRYTHING INCLUDED
S2?' H'OME ON HAMP-
[(I N I AKE Ideal for
short long term contrac-
lors inthe area S700/wk
or S2 100/mth Sleeps 7
call 352-468-2703
NEWLY REMODELED
3BR MOBILE HOME
on 5 acres on a lake
near McRae Elementary
School Fenced in ani-
mals welcome security
system S900/mth plus
deposit Cail 352-262-
1980 or 904-910-5960
STARKE 2/2 HOUSE -
$550/minth first. last and
security Credit check
and lease required Call
904-259-4126
CUSTOM LAKE SAMPSON
RENTAL 2/1, large effi-
ciency Monthly. all inclu-
sive Call 904-338-6212
or visit www geocities
com/lakesampsonvillas


BIG LAKE SANTA FE -
COZY 2BR FURNISHED
APARTMENT 120 toot
pier with covered fish-
ing and picnic deck awe
'nspiring sunsets First
last plus security 5700/
mth includes electric Call
352-475-5832
22 MOBILE HOME S625/
MTH tirst last and se-
curity Leave message
for information 904-964-
3359
ON LAKE GENEVA 1/1
LARGE BEDROOM with
walk-in closet Large
living/dining room with
natural wood walls ca-
thediral ceilings and loft
Kitchen with snack bar,
cable outlets in all rooms
Large sliding glass doors
with lakeview from all
rooms Ground level with
concrete ramp to slid-
ing glass door Private
park with swings and pic-
nic table Includes lawn
mowing, water and sewer
(septic) $500/mth, first,
last plus security Call
352-475-3440
SMALL 1BR TRAILER IN
COUNTRY Clean and
quiel, utilities included,
service animals only Call


Whispering Oaks Apartments

1/2 MONTH FREE!
Call 904-368-0007
Starting at $579.00 $199,/,, it
Cool off this Summer in one of the
few pools located in Starke. WD
Hook ups, fitness center,
Volleyball Court, Computer Room,
Clubhouse for Resident Activities.
Walking distance to school.
Pets Welcome!


ROOMS

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

EXTRA CASH!
Could you use some
now that the holidays
are over?
We specialize in helping
people sell through our
Classifieds!
*YARD SALES AUTOS
* BOATS CLOTHES
* APPLIANCES-
The list goes on.
Call Melisa Today
904-964-6305


Len Eaves
Cell 352-745-0650


3J2-468-2684
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT- Key-
slone Heights Newer3/2
beautiful DW on large 1/3
acre lot with new carpet.
fully equipped kitchen
washer/dryer hook-up
$700/mth plus deposit
Call 904-571-4264
2/2 HOME WITH DE-
TACHED CARPORT
AND WORKSHOP in Clay
County, close to Keystone
Heights $750/mth, call
352-475-6260
SINGLEWIDE MOBILE
HOME 2/2 AT 22515
NW b3rd Ave, Lawtey
$500/mth. S500/dep Call
904-312-3999 or 904-
782-3867
3/2 16X80 SINGLEWIDE
QUIE F AREA CH/A
new carpet large deck
Service aminals only
$550 nith plus deposit
Call 352-168-3221
3 2 D( ) HlI EWIIA 1 )N (ONE
ACRE- CH/A, deck Ser-
vice animals only $625/
mth plus deposit Call
352-468-3221
3/2 DOUBLEWIDE ON ONE
ACRE CH/A, deck, dish-
washer. Service animals
only $675/mth plus
deposit Call 352-468-
3221


3/2 MOBILE HOME S550/
MTH FIRST LAST AND
$300 security deposit
Keystone Heights area.
904-964-4285
2BR MOBILE HOME WITH
SCREENED PORCH
nice lot and storage build-
ing 12 miles west of
Starke near prison. Rai-
ford Hwy 121 At Hwy
16W and NE 239th Place
Call 386-431-1200
RAIFORD 2/1 MOBILE
HOME AT END OF
PAVED STREET Very
quiet neighborhood close
to prisons $500/mth call
386-431-1197
APARTMENT FOR RENT
LARGE 1/1 WITH
EAT-IN KITCHEN 235
SW 4th Ave Townsend
House,Lake Butler. 386-
496-1878. $750/mth
52
Animals & Pets
DOG TAGS DOG TAGS -
DOG TAGS! Buy them at
the Office Shop in Starke
on Call St Only $4 75,
including postage Many
colors, shapes and styles
to choose from Call
904-964-5764 for more
information
BLUE HEALER PUPPIES
3 FEMALES. 2 males
7 weeks old. $100 each


Homes For Rent
Homes, Lake Homes, Mobile Homes &
Vacation Properties for Rent in the Keystone,
Melrose, Starke, Hawthorne Area ranging from
$550 to $1,200 per month.
Call for Free List
Professional Property
Management Services
offered by Trevor Waters Realty, Inc.
352-473-7777
or call Trevor at 352-246-7776


Smith & Smith Realty

Sheila Daugherty,
Realtor
(904) 964-6708 or
(352) 235-1131 cell

*2BR/IBA, Comer of Oak St. & North St., in
Starke, Recently Remodeled.
$74,000 Bring Offers
*3BR/IBA on Orange Street, Hardwood FIs.
Floors & Above-ground Pool. Bring Offers
1 Reduced $106,000 MLS#42116i
* 1.25 Acres on Comer of N.E. 12th Ave.
& 171 st Street2W6 Reduced $18,000
MLS #424653
*2 Wooded Acres Just Off Griffis Loop
$32,000 MLS #420759
*49.87 Acres Wooded, Marketable Timber
$S8-,00 Reduced $423,895 MLS #323147
*10 acres outside of Hampton. Wooded
Homes or Mobile Homes.
Reduced $99,000 MLS #323204


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KEYSTONE VILLAGE

APARTMENTS

Take a Look at us Now!







Convenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps,
Keystone Heights public beach, schools, banks
& medical facilities All units ha%,e additional outside storage
Full carpeting and % inyl flooring
Central air conditioning and heating Custom cabinets
*Ample parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Painos & Porches for outdoor li\iing
Convenient laundr. facilities No pets

(5. 418 S.E. 41st Loop
Handicapped in Keystone Club Estates PuPORT"UN,
(Next to the Golf Course)

Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682


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Call Eric Crawlord 904-
364-6495
MALE BEAGLES CKC
REGISTERED with shots
$200 each One 3mth old
and one lyr old Call904-
964-3858
53A
Yard Sales
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH
GRIFFIS LOOP.
CR100A Rummage
Sale. May 30-31. 8am-7
SATURDAY. 8AM-12PM
SR16 EAST. 3 miles
from town Furniture and
housewares
FRIDAY, 9AM-5PM MOD-
EL RAILROAD EQUIP-
MENT, reloading equip-
ment. baby items, clothes.
shoes and lots of other


things Country Club
area. follow pink signs
(904-964-5257)
FINAL WEEK CLOSING
SATURDAY. JUNE 31
Great prices, up to 500
off Dining tables, sets
of chairs, computer desk.
live drawer map stor-
age cabinet, mahogany
dresser, shelves, steamer
trunk, set of white/red trim
enamel pans. beautiful
old organ stool, odds and
ends The Ole Trunk
Antique Shop. 904-964-
6653 14677 US 301
South over Mosley Tire
NORTH 301 BEFORE
MORGAN RD Friday
and Saturday look for
signs
THURSDAY AND FR IIDAY


MAY 29 AND 30, 8am-'
1222 Bradford St Match-
ing couch and chair, com-
puter, variety of things,
different items
HUGE YARD SALE SAT-
URDAY, 7AM-2PM Pit
Stop Cafe. Lawtey Many
new items
GARAGE SALE SAT-
URDAY. MAY 31, 7am-
3pm Conerly Estates
Baby crib, wedding and
prom, maternity, men and
women clothes, some
furniture
EVERGREEN BAPTIST
CHURCH IN LAWTEY
7 miles west on CR125
Church wide yard sale
Saturday, May 31, 2008,
8am-12pm Proceeds
go toward "Project Play-


Lost Dog.!




Basset Hound mods old Brown & .'
while wearing a red collar Answers to
Tebow Missing since Tuesday, May
20, from the area of North CR 237.
Child heartbroken If you or anyone
you know has any information
regarding Ihe whereabouts of Tebow,
please contact Tammy Whitehead at
(386) 496-4516




Your Home has hidden potentialand we can help you find it.
Whether you're remodeling a Bathroom, adding a Garage, or
doing a complete Renovation, we can help you transform your
house into the Home you've been looking for.




FIRM FOUNDATION
B U I LD E S IN C.
Barry Carlton State Certified Builder
Lic # CBC1 255672

(904) 814-0996
Email: barry.carlton@us.army.mil
We also build Custom Homes, Barns, Sheds, Decks, Pool Houses,
Porches, Custom Wood Trim, Concrete pads, driveways, and sidewalks.


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Realtor


i & Smith Realty

Let us make
your dream of
owning a home : ,
a REALITY.
Ingrld Smith
Commercial Redental Real Estate Broker







Jennlterirnswortb Sam Gibson or@lalirca
ReaIer teanr Islto


lennilerVaughan
Realtor


(904) 964-9222
TOLL FREE: 1-877-269-6577
415 E. Call St.. Starke


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Email eavesl@windstream.net


* 2/1 Triplex in Clay County $600/month &
security.
*3/2 MH in Hampton on CR 325 S675/
month & security.
* 1/1 Apartment including all utilities -
furnished in Melrose area S700/month &
security.
* 1/1 Apartment furnished including all
utilities in Melrose area S700/month &
security.
*3/2 DWMH in Melrose S750/month &
security.
* 3/2 Home w/office in Keystone close to
schools $825/month & security.
* 3/2 Home in Earleton on 5 acres S900/
month & security.
* Commercial office building in Keystone on
SR 21 S900/month & security.
* 3/2 Home on Lak-a-wana $1200/month &
security.
* 2/2.5 Condo on Lake Santa Fe $1300/
month & security.


REAL ESTATE


AUCTION

Saturday, May 31, 2008 2:00 PM
REGISTRATION STARTS AT 1:00 PM
6 PROPERTIES FOR AUCTION PRE-AUCTION PRICE
* MH ON WATERFRONT 2.5 ACRES $77,900
* INVESTMENT 3 BD/2BA MOBILE $30,000
* 15+ ACRES WITH HWY FRONTAGE $122,000
* DOUBLEWIDE ON 5 ACRES SOLD
* DOUBLEWIDE ON 10 ACRES SOLD
* COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ON HWY 100 $147,500
* NEW CONSTRUCTION HOME ON 1+ AC $179,400
* 2500 SF HOME ON LAKE $239,000
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO FIND A GREAT INVESTMENT!
SET YOUR OWN PRICE!
BID UP TO YOUR PRICE AND SAVE!
BUY ONE OR BUY THEM ALL!

THESE SELLERS ARE TIRED OF WAITING AND WANT TO
SELL THESE PROPERTIES!
AUCTION WILL BE HELD AT 7426 SR 21
IN KEYSTONE HEIGHTS

ALL PROPERTIES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION
PRIOR TO AUCTION. PROPERTIES WILL BE OPEN FOR
VIEWING 9:00 AM 12:00 PM 5/31/08








Real Estate Group, LLC
www.WillisRealEstateGroup.com

CALL FOR MORE DETAILS (3521473-0205


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H ,iin It s of stuff hi
,.hoose from t 100 H,i-
frril Rd SR16 to)wardr
prison look for signs
53B
Keystone
Yard Sales
I HIDAY AND SATURDAY
MAY 30 AND 31 amrn
Crafllsman tiller lamps
furniture lke new lift chair
silk flowers pic machine
jewelry a good variety
many more items 5375
CR 352. sign in front OK
to park in yard
MOVING SALE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY 8am-7
185 SE 73rd St off 18A
Crystal Lake Homesites
Baby items, compressor
generator motors tractor
bunk bed and lurnilure
Call 352-603-2202
MOVING SALE AN-
TIQUES. TOOLS, OAK
TABLE and chairs Thurs-
day through Sunday May
29 June 1 352-473-
5304, 7136 Pinon Rd .
by Smith Lake Bar off
CR214
57 '
For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $75 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, de-
livery available For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801
USED COMPUTERS. $99
WESTERN 4UTO IN
STARKE. callf%04-964-
6841
MOVING SALE ALL MUST
GO French provincial
style furniture. TVs,
lamps, serving pieces,
silver plate. Norilake chi-
na. stemware, wall art.
collectibles, washer/dryer.
plus size women wear,
much more. In Melrose.
call 352-473-5897.
UTILITY TRAILER WITH
RAMPS good for mower
hauling. $395 30' util-
ity trailer with brakes.
wire sides, heavy duty.
easily converted to haul
aluminum cans, etc.
$999 Call 904-964-8602
John
USED CARRIER AC COM-
PRESSOR. 5 ON
Name brand, $295 Call
904-964-8602, John.
37 GALLON TANK TOP
STRIP LIGHT, filter, over-
flow box, salt water, $350.
55 gallon salt water tank


ED'S
APPLIANCE
Sales s&Service
Nice election of
Pre-Owned Refrigerators
Starting at $165
GREAT FOR
SUMMER VEGGIES
Or RENTAL PROPERTY
904-964-2966
355 N Temple Ave Starke



NEW LINE
TRANSPORT
seeking qualified
OWNER
OPERATORS
Fuel $1.50 per
gallon
Home every
weekend
guaranteed
Ask about our $1.00
mile guarantee.
Apply onhne at
www.newlinetransport.com
or call

1-888-714-0056
for a phone
interview,
Mon-Fri, 8-5pmn
DFWP



EXTRA CASH!
Could you use some
now that the holidays
are over?
We specialize in helping
people sell through our
Classifieds!
YARD SALES AUTOS
BOATS* CLOTHES
APPLIANCES-
The list goes on.
Call Melisa Today
904-964-6305


cover tiller light reel
ready S650 90 gallon
small water tank glass
:,verp canopy lights and
reel ready $900 Call
904-263-2996
StEVFN DAVIS FARMS
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pers. Black-eye. Pink-
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ers beneath. $500 Call
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CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS. INC Correction
of termite & water-dam-
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Bldgs Pier Replacement
& alignment Free Esti-
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Rd Starke. FL 32091.
904-964-6220, 'DFWP.
EOE
BRADFORD TERRACE IS
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Excellent pay and ben-
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SECRETARY FOR CHRIS-
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computer literate No
smoking or drinking Send
resume to PO Box 2002.
Keystone Heights. FL
IN-HOME CAREGIVER
WANTED every other
Saturday and Sunday and
possible fill-in, 8am-6pm
with lhr unpaid lunch
break. Take care of el-
derly gentleman in Starke
area Criminal history
and background check
required. CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled
client. Must submit re-
sumes and references by
e-mail to deborahc44@
gmail.com or can fax to
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contact # 1-941-531-4259
and leave voice mail. M-F.
8am-4pm only.
KEYSTONE AIRPARK AU-
THORITY MEMBER -The
City of Keystone Heights
is seeking a Bradford


NOW HIRING

Mechanic's assistance

and general laborer.

Must be 1 8 or older,

dependable, and

hardworking.

Apply in person at

ACE LAWN & GARDEN

101 Commercial Circle

Keystone Heights, FL

Ask for the store manager



I, 3 Year Old

Classroom Teacher Opening
Midway Learning Center in Melrose/
Keystone now accepting applications for
CDA certified teacher. Must have 40 hr,
cert. Since 1985, MLC, Inc. has enjoyed a
stable staff in a great work environment.
Employee benefits include paid sick and
vacation leave.


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email: pat8682@midwayleaming.com
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o'unnty resident to serve
oln the Keystone Airpark
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p.siinln vill require a
minimum of one meet-
ing per month and ad-
ditional workshops as
necessary Applications
may be requested from
the Keystone Heights
Airport. 7100 Airport Rd.
Starke. FL, 32091 or on
the internet at www key-
stoneairport com Call
352-473-0031 for more
information Deadline for
submitting applications is
Friday. May 30, 2008 at
12 00 noon at the Airpark
office, 7100 Airport Rd.
Starke. FL
THORNTON'S TIMBER
TRUCK DRIVER OR
Contract Driver needed
CDL license required
Call 904-782-3233
STAFF NEEDED to work
with person with disabili-
ties in Starke area Must
have HS diploma/GED. 1
yr experience, and abil-
ity to pass a local, state.
and federal background
screening Benefits avail-
able Pay $7 50 per hour,
call 904-966-2100


NOW HIRING EXPERI-
ENCED PLUMBERS
and Plumber Assistants
DFWP and valid drivers
license Call 352-373-
7065
GOVERNMENT EMPLOY-
ER Seeking H S Di-
ploma grads to train in
positions for Admin As-
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Entry, Clerical Support.
.and more We provide all
training and equipment
Great medical and dental
benefits Paid relocation
Must be age 17-34 Call
1-800-342-8123 Mon-Frin.
8am-4 30prm
CARETAKER FOR HOME
FOR 5 DISABLED ADULT
MALES One year re-
lated experience with dis-
abled/child/medical field
Background screen, drug
test, good driving record
Shift: 6am-10am M-F
or 7am-7pm Apply at
ARC of Bradford. 1351
S Water St, Starke. 904-
964-7699.
FOOD LION DISTRIBUTION
CENTER JOB FAIR. Hir-
ing order selectors May
31, 10am-3pm Harvey's.
3540 Hwy 17 S Green
Cove Springs, FL 904-
259-8006. EOE


SEWN PRODUCTS SU-
PERVISOR Candidate
should have an AA degree
or 5 years related expe-
riences within a sewn
products production en-
vironment Requirements
include basic understand-
ing of patterns, markers.
garment construction.
and working with others
Also a working knowledge
of production-schedul-
ing, work flow. quality
processes, knowledge
of training, shipping and
other general areas within
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ATIONS INC rAXI-
DERM STrtiillil) now
accepting applications
for part-time work Call
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HAS FT/PT WARE-
HOUSE/lhventory Con-
trol position available
at our new Starke. FL
warehouse Warehouse


and inventory experience
required Duties fulfill
orders. prepare pack-
ages for mailing,. stock.
operate a forklift. shrink-
wrap books, mailings
polybag. etc Requires
light computer work, or-
ganization skills heavy
lilting Should be physi-
callycapable Own trans-
portation a must Fax
resume to 352-622-18 75
e-mail to Doug Biown
(dbrownKrDallantic-pub
corn), or apply in person
at 315 E Washington
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Bradford County Sheriff's Office has openings for:

Experienced IT Administration Technician The Bradford County Sheriff's
Office is accepting applications for Network Technician.

Full-time w/Benefits. Starting salary range is $32,000 $40,000 annual, (DOQ). Responsibilities
will be to provide support for client applications, desktop/laptop hardware and peripherals, network
servers, and network infrastructure. Applications and full job description may be picked up at
FloridaWorks, 819 S.Walnut St, Starke, FL. Tel: 904-964-8092 (or) obtained online at http://
www.bradfordsheriff.org. Applications should be submitted directly to the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office, 945B N. Temple Ave. (behind the courthouse) and will be accepted until
the position is filled.
Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Workstation and Server operating systems (Windows NT Pro/
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Knowledge of workstation hardware, printer and peripherals.
Functional knowledge of (LAN), (WAN), (VPN) architecture and network equipment including
CISCO and 3COM routers and switches.
Intermediate knowledge of various MS Office products (Word, Excel, Pwr. Point and Access).
Knowledge of Microsoft SQL
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Ability to work in a multi tasking environment with minimal supervision while analyzing and
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Minimum 2 years experience in a related field.
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Blue team records shutout in


KH junior varsity scrimmage


B1 C LIFF SMELLEY
l/ ,'rli'hi .Shil// "ri[ r
R..I. Bt\lon completed 4-of-
6 passes in helping the Blue
teaim dclca the White team
14 -0 in the junior \arsit\
pt'riion iI the Ke\stone
Ilcihtis Blue and White
scriminiiaLe on Mi\ 22.
ut\mon. \\ lo finished wxxith
S3 \.rds passing, threw\ a
tmuclhdom n pass of 44 yards to
D)alton Beard. while selling up
another touchidomi n \\ith a 32-
\ird completion on a fourth-
and- 13 plain .
The Blue team gained 191
yardss in the first half of the
scrimmage, \ which consisted of
t\w appro\iimatel \ 20-minute
quarters and utilized a running
clh ck.
l)etfensi\ el. the Blue team
\iclded 78 \ards and five first
doxw ns. That unit came up \\ith
the game's only turnover-a
fumble recover\ by Weston
Jones.
Michael McRee got the Blue
team rolling early. He had two
carries for a total of 28 yards
onil the game's opening series.
A 19-\ard run bx fellow back
Quentin Curtis resulted in a
first dow n at the White 30, but
it appeared as if the White
defense would make a stand. A
fumble backed the Blue team
up, but on. fourth-and-14,
Butxon hit T"ret Bland in stride
-for a 32-yard gain to the White
2-yard'line.
Curtis found his way into the
end zone from there. McRee's
run on the two-point
conversion put the Blue up 8-
0.
iThe Blue offense did not
have to \\ait long to get the
ball back as the defense forced
the White team to go three-
and-out onil its first possession.


M .-,w :.. .\
Dalton Beard hauls in a
pass that resulted in a
44-yard touchdown for
the junior varsity Blue
team.
The offense needed just four
plays to score after taking over
at its own 35. McRee, who
finished with 59 yards on four
carries, had a 17-yard gain
before Buxton rolled out and
connected with Beard for a 44-
yard touchdown. The t\\o-
point conversion failed, but the
Blue led 14-0.
The White team had another
three-and-out series. The team
did need just 2 yards for a first
down on a third-dowsn play,
but Bland broke up a pass play
to force a punt.
Things finally started going
the White team's way to start
the second quarter. The
offense put together a 69-yard
drive that eventually stalled at
the Blue I11. Chase Julius got
the drive started with an II-
yard run before Zach Lambert
turned in three consecutive big
plays-all of which resulted in


first downss. ambert first had
a 7-\ard run. followed h\ an
I 1-\ard reception irom
quarterback Elan Har\e\ and
a 20-\ard run to the Blue 28.
Robbie Rossano followed
I lambert's big run with a 13-
\ard run for a first do\\wn at the
15. Ho\xe\er. the White team
could not capitalize on the
good field position. Blue
defenders McRee and Robert
Johnson dropped Har\e\ for
no gain on first down before
Harve\ tossed an incompletion
on second down. Julius had a
4-yard run to the I I before
being stopped for no gain on
fourth-and-6.
Fred Russell came up with a
sack for the White defense
when he dropped Bu\ton for
an 8-yard loss. The Blue team,
no\\ facing a third-and- 18
situation, could not pick up a
first down and punted the ball
a\\a\.
The White could not move
the ball with time running out
in the game. Two incomplete
passes and a I1-yard run had the
team trying to convert a
fourth-and-9 play. The White
team fumbled the ball, which
was recovered by the Blue
team's Jones.
McRee added his final run
of the game-a 14-yard effort
in which he dragged at least
four tacklers with him.
The Blue team rushed for a
total of 108 yards. Curtis
finished the game with 51
yards on seven carries.
Bland was Buxton's favorite
target, catching three passes
for 39 yards.


KHHS
Continued from page 6B

"W'\, e got l'i e nexx ofl'fcnsixe
linemen. so those things are
going to take time to \work oin."

The best I I pla ers onil
defense \ielded a total of 53
\ards on 17 plain s and lno
points. The unit had a fumble
recover\. an interception and
one quarterback sack.
Keystone is looking ip fill
some ke\ positions-including
linebacker-on defense.
Dickinson said hlie would still
have to look at x ideo, but he
believed several players ma\
ha\e pro\ en the\ are read\ to
step in and fill those positions.
"Hopefully, \\we found some
answerss" Dickinson said.
Onil the first series of the
scrimmage. Ricketts had a 12-
yard run. while e Robinson
caught a 13-yard pass from
RJ. Bu\ton. (Buxton. tlhe
_junior varsity quarterback, had
to play since \xarsitv
quarterbacks Cla\ ton Mosel\
and Brantley L ott \\ere
unavailable.) Strickland then
broke loose for a 32-yard run,
setting up Robinson for a 9-
yard touchdown.
Many players went both
ways in the scrimmage.
including Strickland. When it
came time for him to make his
first appearance as one of the
best 11 on defense, he made a
play early, recording a sack for
a loss of 4 yards. That series
opened with a fumble recovery
by the defense and included a
tackle for no gain by Bryce
Wilson.
Robinson got the third series
off to a good start for the
offense with a 22-yard run.
That was followed by runs of


10 and 12 \ards b\ Strickland.
The defensive unit did make
some pla\s--Joel Brown made
a tackle for a loss, while
Spencer Cre\\s batted a pass
do\ n at the line of
scrimmage-hut the offense
scored. \\ ith Robinson carrying
the hall into the end zone from
5 \ards out.
Placekicker Timothy
Fr\singer made the PAT. He
\\as 2-of-2 on extra-point
attempts.
Players such as Strickland


and Scott Fitzgerald helped
make tackles for little or no
gain on the next series, but the
defensive highlight belonged
to Lee Lambert, who made an
interception.
The fifth series began with a
21-yard pass play from Buxton
to Travis Westberry. Ricketts
scored on a 25-yard run.
Keystone will play a true
game when it caps the spring
with a classic against Williston
tonight, May 29, at 6:30 p.m.
in Keystone.


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CRIME


Recent arrests
in Bradford,,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

Nancy Denise Mitchell, 36,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 13 by Union Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson for contempt of
court. Bond was set at $1,000.
Anthony T.-Sumpter, 44, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
12 by Capt. Tomlinson on a
warrant for grand theft, Tfraud
and passing a counterfeit
instrument. He was released on
his own recognizance after he
was booked.
Rebecca Louise Owen, 27,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 21 by Union Deputy
Daniel Williams for violation
of iclony probation \viih no
bond.
Robert Lee Davis, 32, of
Williston was arrested May 19
by Capt. Tomlinson on a
capias for violation of felony
probation.
Ova Lee Fields Jr., 41, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
17 by Deputy Jones for
violation of felony probation.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Traffic
Jeffrey W. Kinsey, 27, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
24 by Waldo Patrolman, R.
Taebel for driving under the
influence (DUI). The officer
attempted to stop Kinsey's
vehicle on U.S. 301 for
speeding (67mph in a 45mph
zone), but he refused to stop,
Patrolman Taebel said. The
vehicle sped up and continued
north into Bradford County.
After turning onto C.R. 227,
the vehicle stopped. Kinsey,
the driver, appeared impaired.
and sobriety exercises were
given, Patrolman Taebel said.
After failing the tests, Kinsey
was placed under arrest and
transported to jail. He was
released May 25 from custody
after a $10,000 surety bond
was posted.


Karen Norwood Reynolds,
61, of Melrose was arrested
May 25 by Patrolman King for
DUI. Reynolds' 2000 Saturn
was involved in a crash at 1
p.m. on S.R. 100 and Cherry
Street in Starke. Her blood-
alcohol level was .34 percent.
Damage was estimated at
$10,000. Bond was set at
$10,000.
Richard Alan, Axelrod, 48,
of Starke was arrested May 23
by Patrolman Stutler for
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS) habitual.
Bond was set at $2,500.
Warren Gerard Scott Jr., 20,
-of Columbia, S.C-., ..was
arrested May 26 by Lawtey
Patrolman M.E. Jenkins for
DWI.-S with knowledge. A
$5l, ,, seucty bond was,, iuset.d
for his release from custody.
Christopher O'Brien Risby,
22, of Starke was arrested May
25 by'Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for no valid driver's
license (NVDL). Bond was set
at $5,000.
Franklin Lorenzo Darrah,
36, of Interlachen was arrested
May 23 by Patrolman King for
DWLS habitual traffic offender.
He was released -after a $2,500
surety bond was posted.
Marcos Elias Rivera, 29, of
Pembroke Pines was arrested
May 25 by Lawtey Patrolman
T.S. Bennett for DWLS. A
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Tomas Antonio De La
Rosa-caro, 26, of Orange Park
was arrested May 26 by
Patrolman Brown for NVDL.
A $500 cash bond was posted
for his release from custody.
Elmer McKinnon, 52, of
Topeka, Kan., was arrested
May 27 by Hampton officers
with DWLS knowingly. A
$500 cash bond was posted for
Shis release from custody.
Russell Weber, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 22 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court NVDL.
Ulysses Hill, 40, of Starke
was arrested May 22 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear violation of probation
DWLS. Bond was set at
$4,000.


June FHP
checkpoint
locations
. The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during June in
Bradford and Union counties.
Union County
C.R. 238 and S.R. 238 west
of Lake Butler, S.R. 121 in
Raiford, north of Raiford and
in Worthington Springs, C.R.
16 west of Starke, C.R. 18 west
of Worthington Springs, S.R.:
231 south of Lake Butler, C.R.
229 north of S.R. 121, C.R.
231 Bradford/Unikn-line. -
Bradford County
S.R. 230 east of Starke, C.R.
100A east of Starke, C.R. 231
in Brooker, C.R. 225 west of
Lawtey, C.R. .225 at C.R. 227,
C.R. 229 north of Starke,
Speedville Road, C.R. 221 in
Hampton, Southwest 75th
Avenue west of Starke, C.R.
18 at C.R. 221, C.R. 18 in
Hampton, C.R. 225 east of
Lawtey, C.R. 225 at C.R. 229,
S.R. 16 west of Starke, Market
Road north of Starke, C.R. 18
west of Hampton, S.R. 227.


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