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Publication Date: 6/2/2011
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, June 2, 2011


99th Year -5th Issue,


- 5 CENTS


UCHS Class of 2011 to graduate on Friday, June 3


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

Graduation will be held on Fri-
day, June 3, at 8 p.m. atthe UCHS
football stadium. All graduates
will need to report to the JROTC
room by 7 p.m. wearing their cap
and gown along with any awards
or honors they have received.
The graduation stands will
be placed at mid-field facing
the home stands. In order to
,bring you closer to the gradua-


tion stage, there will be reserved
field-level seating. Access to this
seating area will be limited to
ticket holders only. Guests will
present their tickets at the gated
entrance on the south end of the
home stands in order to b6 admit-
ted onto the field. All other at-
tendees will sit in the stands just
as they have done in years past.
Each graduate has been is-
sued four tickets to distribute to
special guests. These tickets will
also be used in the event of in-


clement weather if the alternative
plan has to be enacted.
If graduation cannot be held on
the football field, the ceremony
will be moved to the gym. Due
to limited space, only those indi-
viduals who are in possession of
the graduation tickets will be ad-
mitted into the commencement
ceremony.
If you have any questions
regarding graduation, please
contact the Union County High
School at 386-496-3040.


I dies in motorcycle crash


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

A Union County man died as
result of injuries sustained dur-
ing an accident that occurred in
Columbia County at about 1:50
p.m. on Mayr26.
Marshall Palmer, 63 of Lake
Butler, died in the crash, accord-
ing to the Florida Highway Patrol
crash report.


According to the report, Palm-
er was driving his 2006 Harley
Davidson motorcycle south on
U.S. 441 behind a 1997 Nissan
Sentra, driven by Andre Cope-
land, 26, of Lake City.

Palmer attempted to slow down
to avoid a collision when he real-
ized that Copeland was stopped
in the lane waiting to turn left.
Instead, according to the report,


he went down on his right side
and was ejected as the bike came
to a rest underneath the Nissan.
Palmer, who was wearing a
helmet, was thrown from the mo-
torcycle and landed on the trunk
of Copeland's car.

Palmer was transported to
Shands UF where he later died.
Copeland suffered no injuries
and was released from the scene.


County enacts burning ban


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

In a special meeting held by the
Union County Board of County
Commissioners on April 25, a
state of local emergency order
was enacted placing a ban on all
outdoor burning devices, county
wide, for the next 30 days.
Due to the official drought
index and current dry condi-
tions, the decision to enact the
countywide burn ban was rec-
ommended by John Walker, di-
rector for Union County Emer-
gency Management. The motion
was made to approve the ban
by Commissioner Wayne Smith
and seconded by Commissioner


Revival planned
The First United Methodist
Church and the New Jerusa-
lem Full Gospel Church, both
of Worthington Springs, will be
hosting a revival on Friday, June
10, and Saturday, June I11, be-
a ginniig at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Evangelist Cagney Tanner will
be the special guest.
The two churches share the
same building, which is located
on S.R. 121 in Worhington
Springs. The revival is open to
the public.
For more information, pleae
call 496-1461.

Pop Warner
signups set
There will be a total of three
Saturday in-the months of June
and July where parents can sign
their children up for Pop Warner
football and cheerleading.
All signups will be held from
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the O.J. Phiil-
lips Recreational Complex Cen-
ter on June 4, and June 18, as
well as July 19. The cost is $100
for football players and $200 for
cheerleaders.
If you have an interest in
coaching either football or cheer-


: Morris Dobbs. The motion was
approved in a 5-0 vote.
The ban includes all outdoor
burning as well as the prohibition
of the use of flares, explosives
and sparklers.
However, with the recent Me-
morial Day weekend kicking off
the summer festivities, residents
are still permitted to use outdoor
grills, but with caution.
The National Fire Protection
Association recommends that
whenever using a gas or char-
coal grill, you use the following
safety guidelines: .

always make sure that the
grill is positioned well away
from the home or overhanging


leading, contact any of the fol-
lowing board members;
Jason Stalnaker at 352-494-
1541, Lacey Boatwright at
386-292-5727, Terri Douglas at
352-494-5330, or Jeff Oody at
352-538-1835.

Donations for UC
food pantry
The Union County Food Pan-
try, located at 125 E. Main St.,
in Lake Butler, is requesting do-
nations of items to be sold in adi
upcoming yard sale to benefit the
pantry.
Items must be clean and in
working condition and may
be dropped off on Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays between
the hours of 1-4 p.m.
The date of the yard sale is
pending donations and will, be
announced at a later date.

Honor roll dates
rescheduled
Due to conflicting schedules,
the' dates and times for the fol-
lowing upcoming honor roll as-
semblies have been changed.
Third grade will have their
honor roll assembly on Monday.


branches,
use grilling tools with long
handles to avoid being burned,
' never add starter fluid to.coals
that have already been ignited,
when finished grilling, allow
the coals to cool completely and
then dispose of them in a metal
container,
and most importantly, never
leave a grill unattended.

Though the Union County
burn ban has been issued for a
period of 30 days, the order will
be reviewed every 14 days. In
the event that the drought condi-
tions change, the order will- be
adjusted, shortened, or possibly
cancelled.


June 6, at 8:45 a.m. The assem-
bly will include awards from the
fourth nine weeks, the entire year,
FCAT awards, and the winners
will be announced for the Bonnie
Plants Cabbage contest. Imme-
diately following the assembly,
students who scored a level five
on both reading and math, will
have the opportunity to "pie" any
third-grade teacher or the admin-
istrator of their choice.
On Tuesday, June 7, second
grade will have their honor roll
assembly beginning at 8:10 a.m.
in the cafeteria, followed by first
grade at 8:45 a.m.
For more information regard-
ing any of these assemblies,
please call 496-3047.

Rec Board
members...
The city of Lake Butler is
looking for two citizens to-serve
on the recreation board. These
are volunteer positions that are
open to people who are interest-
ed in promoting youth recreation
in this area.
Deadline for applications is
Monday, June 6. at 5 p.m. Con-
tact 386-496-3401 for more in-
formation.


April Dawn Cornett Amanda Marie Spires
Valedictorian Salutatorian


This is a corrected version of the Union County Public
Library's summer schedule. Previously, the date of the
end-of-summer party was inadvertently advertised as
Aug. 6, when it is actually on Thursday, Aug. 4.
-Please make note of this change on your calendars.




Summer library

programs

Ze. announced

A free program will be held
S ".. every Thursday morning
at 10 a.m. beginning June
16. Programs include story
time and activities. The
S whole family is welcome.


June 16-Australia July 14-South America
Come throw a boomerang Parrots, spiders and snakes
and talk like an Aussie will be available as the Santa
while you learn about Fe Zoo presents. animals
the land Down Under. from South America.

June 23-North America July 21-Europe
Head out to the Old West A magical mystery tour of
and' explore the American Europe will be conducted
frontier with a cowboy. by the Great Loudini.

June 30-Asia July 28-Africa
Find your inner chi with From the sands of the
Sensei Stitt. A martial arts Sahara to the green
demonstration will be given jungles... the land of the
in an Asian atmosphere. phareohs will be explored.

July 7-Antarctica Aug. 4-Around the World
Snow and ice will be The end-of-the-summer
the theme of the day. party will be held with food
Dip into water that's far from around the world.
too cold to swim in. Wear a bathing suit.


The Union County Public Library is located
at 250 S.E. 5th Ave. in Lake Butler
386-496-3432


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


* Fax (386) 496-2858


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Chelsea Lea Atwater Colt Allen Bennett


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(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor Teresa Slone- rwin
Sports Editor. Clif Smolley
Advertising Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
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Constance Shadd Driggers


Silas Seth Dukes


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Stacle Nicole Ellis


Amy Michaela Emery


Shelbie Leanne Finley


Lonnie Gene-Gosha


Robert Michael Harden


Chelsie Brianne Hersey


Zachary Charles Forsyth Zane Tyler Fortune


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Kayla Caress Hardin


Hanna Marie Griffis


Shelby Taylor Hardin


Ladarius Decolby Highland Cynthavia Kanisha Holland


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Darius Terrell Corbitt
Amber Nichole Dowling
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Congfratulatios to the

Class of 2011
GOOD LUCK
as you go forward in life!

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CoqratuHations


Seniors!


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Our hearts' desire for
the seniors
of 2011 is that
they would ...
"Trust in the Lord
with all thine heart;
and fean not unto
thine own'
understanding.
In aff thy ways
,acknowledge Him,
andt e shaft direct
thy paths.
Proverbs 3; 5,6


CongratulationsI
Clay Electric wishes all the
best to the class of 2011.

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Christopher Robin Johnson


Emily Michelle Holmes


Isaac De'Norries Johnson


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Quentin Lenier Johnson


Kara Leanne Jobin


Cody Randol King


Kaylen Nicole Johns


Christen Courtney Klein


Ashley Randall Johnson


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Ammy Danielle jilliston Elizabeth Kay Love


Camri Jessica Mabry


Candace Nicole Maddox Summer Ross Mallard


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Jason Leo Linsey
Kelly Dawn Martin


Richard Garrett McLaughin


Brandon Lopez McRae


Shelby Elaine McRae


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We're counting
on you for
great things!

Sandra L T'yre, CPPA
386-496-1878
235 SW 4th Ave
Townsend House
Business Center
Lake Butler


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Union County School Board
& Superintendent
Carlton Faulk, Superintendent

Allen Parrish Alvin Griffis
District 1 District 2
ICurtis Clyatt Terra Johnson (
District 3 District 5
Dan Webb
School Board Attorney


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Elizabeth Ann Nelson


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Colby Aaron Odowski


Jessica Joyce O'Steen


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Randall Seth Parrish


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With your diploma as
momentum, grads,
strive for the best.
Congratu/atioffs to a
great class!

NANPAI

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Parts & Equipment
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386-496-2345
Margaret, Larrv, Pam and Dustin


UCHS
Class of 2011


Jason Archer
'COngratulations!"
We're so proud of
you!
Love,
"Mom & Dad


Way to Go

Class of 2011!

Special test Wishes to


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I am so proud of both
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Love,
The Mom, Turtle, Tori,
Tater & Travis


-Class of
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Parrish


We are proud ofall your achievements and we
thank God for you! You have been a wonderful
daughter and are now a lovely ladv We wish you all
the luck in your future endeavors. .
Love our Dad & Mon,
James & Libby Parrish


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Brooks Taylor Palmer
Jeffrey James Post
Brittney Lee Snyder
Trenton Cody Spangler
Roberto Carlos Trujillo
Joshua Cole Vanover
Eric Joseph Vedder
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"For every ending
there's a new beginning:
for every memory.
there's a dream ahead.'
The happy times you've had so far.
The people you have met
\ViLL aLways be a part of Life
You'LL never quite forgeL
but ever better, brighter days
Are waiting just for you.
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and start in now
To make them aLL come true
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Coenratulatioas
"Teenie"


CCass of 2011!

I am so very proud of
all you have
accomplished!
Don forgett where I
live when you move to
Jax.
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Cofgratulatiolls


Class of


2011



The Future's Looking Bright!


Keep the smiles big and broad ...
the world needs yours... .
Io Zigers!


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in Lake Butler
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Ariel Jacquise Webb


Zachary Ty Wilson Miranda Cheyenne York


.Senior ref

Brittani Jevon Adams
Reflections: 2010-2011 has
Seen a great year at Union Coun-
ty High School. I have met a lot
of new faces and some that I have
Snot communicated'with. Many of
my classmates and teachers were
there for me in the beginning but
at the end of the year things be-
1came different. I'm glad this is
my last year as a senior, no more
work, projects or tests. We are
free and I'm blessed. The one
teacher that stood out the most
and made a big impact on my life
is-Ml. Duane Archer. I will truly
miss you. Love yah!
Clubs/Activities: SWAT,
Black History.


Future Plans: My future plan is
to go to cosmetology school for
10 months and when I'm dope
ith cosiiiloltdg. l.m going tO'
do photographs." .- -
Miranda Kelsey Allbright
Reflections: I would have to
give this to the best teacher in
the world, Amanda Griffis. I've
been with her for four years. She
taught me many things while
'being strict and hard cause she
knew we could be something...
: love you!
i Club/Activities: Bradford
.County 4-H, SWAT, Health
.Academy.
Future Plans: Go to Lake City
Gateway College and get my
bachelor's degree in nursing.
Then transfer to a university to
get my master's degree in nurs-
ing. Then settle down from
school and get a JOB!!
Jacqueline Marie Anderson
Reflections: As I look back
on my years at UCHS, I have so
many memories. I have had so
much fun and have been given so
many opportunities.
Clubs/Activities: I have been
-in the FFA for seven years where
;I have been on the meats team
-for two years, the environmental
science team and the sales and
services team. I was alsq in band
z. for six years and FBLA for four
years.
'Future Plans: I plan on attend-
ing Florida Gateway College and
Possibly transfer to the Univer-
.sity of Florida to pursue a degree
in nursing.
Josh James Alvin Andrews
Reflections: Always having
^ fun with my friends.
S Clubs/Activities: ninth- FFA,
: tenth through twelfth golf. tenth
through eleventh FBLA.
Future Plans: Go to college
and get a good-paying job.
Jason Daniel Archer
Clubs/Activities: Four years in

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FFA (Future Farmers of Ameri-
ca).
Future Plans: Attend Santa Fe
and receive my associate's de-
gree.
Kaleb Landon Archer
Reflections: I loved my senior
year. I can't believe high school
is over for me. This year I've
made, the best of everything, I
mad so many memories with all
my friends in the superior Class
of 2011.
Clubs/Activities: Drama, been
in every play since elementary
school.
Future Plans: Go to college;
get my funeral director and mor-
tuary license. Maybe one day
you'll see me on TV.
Chelsea Lea Atwater
Reflections: The best memo-
ries I have dur fiyhigh school
years are the 'ones t'share with
my family, son, friends and vol-
leyball team. I'll never forget the
exited and nervous feeling before
my games and getting all pumped
up with my girls after a win.
Clubs/Activities: Volleyball
(9-1 1), HOSA (9).
Future Plans: After graduating
high school, I plan to attend the
Florida School of Massage in the
fall. Once I complete that I want
to work in a chiropractic office.
Colt Allen Bennett
Reflections: My best memo-
ries were hangin' out with all my
friends in class.
Clubs/Activities: I .was in
weightlifting for four years and
went to state three times. I fin-
ished second in state competi-
tion.
Leslie Marih Cardona
Reflections: I will never for-
get my favorite teacher, Amanda
Gail Griffis. She always was
hard on us, but she did it for us to
be successful. Mr. Noegel's class
was so exciting, I did nothing but
.laugh till I had tears in my eyes;
thanks to Nick and Elijah!
Clubs/Activities: SWAT,
Health Academy. -
Future Plans: I plan to go into
the Air Force. When I get out I'm
going to college and study either
physical therapy or radiology. I
haven't quite decided yet.
Jake L. Carter
Reflections: My senior year
has been one of the best years
of my life. From Tiger Growl.
to Mrs. Ugly, to prom-every
memory will be cherished and
remembered forever. No matter
where the Lord leads me in the
big world. Union County and the
people of it will always have 'a
special place in my heart.


Clubs/Activities: FBLA, Busi-
ness Academy, Drama Club,
FBLA district officer, yearbook
staff, church worship leader.
Future Plans: I am currently
enrolled at Santa Fe Commu-
nity College and will start Sum-
mer B classes at the end of June.
From there I plan on transferring
to UCF where I will pursue my
MBA in business. However,
these plans are not definite, I am
still seeking God's will and am
open to whatever he sees fit for
my life. Philippians 3:14.
Timothy James Chatfield
Reflections: My JROTC in-
structor, Sgt. Black, has helped
me the most in my four years of
high school.
Clubs/Activities: JROTC spe-
cial teams.
Future Plans: To join the Air
Force and serve my country.
BridgetteLucinda
Chittenden
Reflections: I'm ,not one of
those kids who had a lot of friends
in high school, but when I found
friends they were good ones. I
transferred halfway through my
junior year and we have had so
many activities. High school has
been anything but boring since I
moved!
Clubs/Activities: Strat-
egy Game Club, library aide,
SWAT.
Future Plans: Santa Fe, four-
year associate's degree health
program. To be the first one in
my family to attend and com-
plete college.
Chelsea Nicole Clemons
Reflections: Looking back I
just thank high school for mak-
ing me the strong person I am
today-and for all of my friends
and family who supported me.
Clubs/Activities: Weightlift-


ing, homecoming court and Re-
lay for Life.
Future Plans: To get my CNA
then progress into getting my
LPN and do the year crossover to
the RN. Then go back to school
to become an intensive care unit
nurse.
Dylan Thomas Combs
Reflections: Looking back at
the last four years.of my life, I
have a lot of good memories.
I still have many of the same
friends from first grade. I have
also made new friends and will
never forget any of them.
Clubs/Activitivities: Member of
Drama for three years and FFA
for four years, golf team for four
years.
Future Plans: Go to Santa Fe
for two years and get my asso-
ciate's degree and then go to
Chipola.
Darius Terrell Corbitt
Reflections: When I look back
at all of the heartaches and tlrn
downs of help, work had to be
done, so no matter, I took into
my own hands to get the job that'
needed to be done.
Clubs/Activities: Black His-
tory, football, track and most fa-
vorite, basketball.
Future Plans: T6,go to college.
work and become a fine gentle-
man.
April Dawn Cornett
Clubs/Activities: HOSA club,
Environmental Club, band,
cheerleading, dance, church choir
and praise team, church nursery,
Relay for Life, dual enrollment.
Future Plans: Finish my asso-
ciate's degree at Florida Gate-
way and then transfer to another
college or university to obtain a
bachelor's degree as a registered
nurse.
Kayla Shayne Drawdy
Reflections: During my high
school years, I have met some
great people that I.will not forget.
Finally graduating high school
has made me realize how much
I've grown up.
Clubs/Activities: FBLA.
Future Plans: Going to college
for psychology and moving out.
Connie S. Driggers
Reflections: I am thankful for


A message from the

superintendent.,,


To the Class of 2011, on behalf
of the school board, the adminis-
tration, faculty and staff, I would
like to thank the seniors for an
outstanding year. You have ac-
complished so much during your
four years at UCHS.
Seniors, you are to be com-
mended for your accomplish-'
ments in academics, athletics,
band/flag, cheerleading, drama,
FFA, JROTC, clubs, and other
community and church activi-
ties. Two years ago, your FCAT
test scores combined with the
elementary school., and middle
school, earned us the distinction
of being an "all-A district." Se-
niors, you have made your par-
ents and Union County proud. ,
Union County is fortunate to
have business partners, parents,


the overwhelming grace that God
has shown me. Looking back I
realize that He has blessed me
beyond measure, not because of
anything that I have done to de-
serve it. I am truly grateful for
my friends, family, teachers, and
all the people God placed in my
life to help shape' me into the per-
son I am today.
Clubs/Activities: Student
Council, class president ninth
and tenth, student body secre-
tary, FFAsenior chapter chap-
lain in tenth, senior chapter vice
president in eleventh, senior
.chapter president in twelfth,


and community support which
enable our students to receive the
best education possible. Thank
you for your help and donations
to our school district.
Teachers, coaches, sponsors,
and staff-thanks for the long
hours that you spend teaching,
coaching, and leading our youth
to be successful in life. Our
church leaders and youth minis-
ters volunteer numerous hours.
Your time is greatly appreciated.
Parents, guardians, and sup-
porters, thank you again for help-
ing students reach one of their
lifelong goals. As I have said
before, we are fortunate to live
and raise our families in Union
County. It has been an Itonor and
a privilege to serve you as super-
intendent of schools.


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member 10-12.
Future Plans: I plan to finish
my assoicate's degree at Santa
Fe College and then transfer to a
christian college.
Stacie Nicole Ellis
Reflections: I am going to miss
hanging out with friends every
day! I love y'all! Thank you to
all of my teachers for teaching
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appreciate it!
Clubs/Activities: Tigerettes,
.tennis, JROTC, weightlifting.
Future Plans: Going to Santa
Fe College to study criminology
and then transfer to the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Shelbie LeAnne Finley
Reflections: The challenges
you've faced in the past serve to
make you stronger for the trials
up ahead.
Clubs/Activities: Union Coun-
ty High School band,honor band,
Health Occupations Technology
Academy, Strategy Game club.
Future Plans: Becoming a
CNA.
Chase Moran Fry
Reflections All the fun times
in band and ag. I'm gonna miss
all the people I've met. I'm gonna
miss all the SHANANAGINS!!!
Clubs/Activities: FFA all four
years of high school; band all
four years; baseball team fresh-
man and junior years.
Future Plans: Will be leaving
for Navy basic training in Au-
gust. Will then be going to school
for advanced electronic and com-
puter field (AECF) in the Navy.
Tabby Nicole Gissendanner
Reflections: Growing and
learning how to distinguish be-
tween friends and people that
just want to see you fail. Failure
is not an option...if .only they
knew that.:)
Clubs/Activities: Black His-
tory and SWAT.
Future Plans: Attending Santa
Fe College in Gainesville.
Hanna Marie Griffis
Reflections: High school has
left me with many memories,
good and bad. I will miss some
of my close friends but I have fi-'
nally made it out and won't ever
be back!
Clubs/Activities: Girls weight-
lifting (Carpe Diem)
Future Plans: I will be attend-
ing Vo-tech and receiving my
cosmetology license. So come
visit me, I'll do your hair!
Shelby Taylor Hardin
Reflections: High school was'
a great experience. I know I'm
going to miss all the people from


school, but it was fun while it
lasted. :)
Clubs/Activities: I was in year-
book my junior year, but it just
wasn't my thing.
Future Plans: I want to go to
cosmetology school and get my
certificate to cut hair. That's what
I've wanted to do since I was a
kid, so I'm going to go for it.
Chelsie Brianne Hersey
Clubs/Activities: HOSA, vice
president 10-11, co-president 12.
Fifth-place HOSA competition
in eleventh grade, fourth-place
HOSA competition in twelfth
grade.
Future Plans: Going to Palm
Beach Atlantic University on a
softball scholarship to become a
nurse practitioner.
Cynthavia Kanisha Holland
Reflections: I've been a stu-
dent in Union County my entire
life, from Tiger's Den to Union
County High. Throughout those
years my most memorable teach-
efs were Mrs. Perez, Mrs. Ripley,
Mr. Tomlinson, Mrs. Sulsona,.
and best of all, Mr. Archer.
Clubs/Activities: Black His-
tory and Drama Club, Clark's
Crazies and Willis' Wild Ones,
Graffiti and Lady Tigers Step
Team.
Future Plans: After high school
I plan to go into child- care. I
plan to one day own a 24-hour
daycare.
Emily Michele Holmes
Reflections: Throughout high
school I was involved in many
clubs and activities. I was on the
girls' weightlifting team for two
years, a varsity cheerleader for
one year, and I was part 'of two
spring musicals. I was also a dual
enrollment student.
Clubs/Activities: HOSA four
years,.secretary 08-09. president
10-11, Drama Club four years,
two regional competitions and'
two spring musicals, Beta Club,
Environmental Club, FCA, dual
enrollment, 36 credit hours.
Future Plans: I plan on fin-
ishing my associate's degree at
Tallahassee Community College
and then I will transfer to Florida
State University to get my bach-
elor's degree in nursing.
Michael Seth Howell
Clubs/Activities: FBLA, Stu-
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Future Plans:
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in history in order
to become a his-
tory teacher.
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Clubs/Activi- '-
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Future Plans: I
plan on attending
school at Santa Fe
in the spring to be Cheerlea
a dental assistant. E
Sorsha Jacobs
Reflections: Art
was one of my favorite classes.
Clubs/Activities: SWAT.
Future Plans: College, start a
family.
Ashley Randall Johnson III
Reflections: I really enjoyed
playing football, both my fresh-
man and junior years. I had a
great experience participating in
Big Man on Campus. FFA was a
huge part of my agricultural edu-
cation. Clubs/Activities: Foot-
ball, FFA, Big Man on Campus.
Future Plans: I have received a
Florida Gateway College schol-
arship, a Buckmaster scholarship,
and a Bradford-Union Swine As-
sociation scholarship. I will at-
tend Florida Gateway College in'
the fall of this year to pursue my
degree in engineering.
Christopher Robin Johnson
Reflections: Contact with oth-
er people always restores one's,
faith in humanity.
Clubs/Activities: President of
Strategy Game Club, FFA, High-
Q, Black History, FJAS.
Future Plans: Obtain a mas-
ter's degree in marine biology,
move to Alaska to study salmon,
start a small hobby store.
Quentin Lenier Johnson
Reflections: Just want to give
a shootout to First Way!! I'm go-
ing to miss the times me an fel-


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gel's class. Also, I want'to say
thanks to my family for keeping
me on the right track and being
here for me! And tb the class
of 2011, may we all meet again
someday and look back on the
times we shared!
Clubs/Activities: Varsity
basketball and football, 10-11
grades, track and field, 10-12
grades, Black History Club, 10-
12 grades, SWAT club, 11-12
grades.
Future Plans: Attend college
and if college doesn't work I will
enlist to a branch of the military.
Cody Randol King
Future Plans: Planning on go-
ing to Lake City Community
College to get my law enforce-
ment degree.
Christen Courtney Klein
Reflections: Good road trips
with Amb, Neke, Asia, Marcus,
Ko and Brodie. Life lessons
taught by Sgt. Black and Col.
Stevenson. I will-miss you two
the most!! RIP Mr. Nelson, we
miss you!
Clubs/Activities: Black His-
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2010-2011
UCHS band
seniors (I-r)
Ammy Lilliston,
Tristyn Stone,
Stacie Ellis,
Shelby.Finley,
Cheyenne
Tempest, Zane
Fortune, Chase
Fry, Mistee
Rooney, Shane
Lang and
Bryce Henson.


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G RA D -eventually a crime scene inves-
Continued from Page 8A tigator.


Jason Leo Lindsey
Reflections: Throughout IT
high school career, JROTC ha
taught me two things; it all star
with respect. Respect yourself
respect others and be respected
On another note, you will fir
i-out who your friends are. A coi
Spie of mine were willing to can
my weight when I broke my Ie
and I thank them.
Clubs/Activities: Junior ROT(
""all four years, SWAT for tw
_.-years, FFA for one year, Arm
" -National Guard for eight month
SFinished as JROTC command
fr. sergeant major.
eZi Future Plans: Continue m
*,z:areer with the Guard, event
' lly switching from air defense
artillery to special forces, an
- join the Florida State Police o
SFederal Bureau of Investigatio
as a field officer using my Mont
^, omery GI bill.
Elizabeth Kay Love
Reflections: My best memo
ies of school were going t
linicals at the nursing home an
?hanging out with my best friend
uSummer, in Mr. Archer's room.
We've had some awesome time
,always going to the library!
Clubs/Activities: Health Acad
emy 9-12, HOSA 9-10, FFA
S-ninth grade.
Future Plans: I plan to be*
CNA right after high school an
go to college,to be registere
p.u;se . 7. ..... .
Candace Nicole Maddox
Reflections: My high schoc
years I will have to say flew by
,A can remember the first day a
!.A freshman thinking senior yea
U vould never get here and it would
4 be forever until I graduated. Nov
Ait has happened, and all the les
sons learned have helped me pre
'pare for what lies ahead.
Clubs/Activities: FFA,Studen
Government, Ag Issues in 2009.
Future Plans: Attend Santa Fe
to study in 'the medical field fo
radiology.
Summer Rose Mallard
Reflections: My best memo
rules of high school were hanging
out with my best friend Elizabetl
and going to clinical.
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dmy 9-12 grade, HOSA9-10
grade, FFA ninth grade.
Future Plans: To become
CNA and go to college to be
come a registered nurse (RN).
-- Brandon Lopez McRae
Reflections: Looking back on
iy last year at Union County
ligh School. I have many mem
fries I will cherish through m)
entiree life from all the friends
Ms. Ugly, everything that has
happened was life changing. I
:ank all the teachers and staff foi
helping me through school and
:yish every senior good luck!
SClubs/Activities: Future Busi-
^ess Leaders of America, year-
k, Business Academy.
Future Plans: After gradua-
on I plan on attending Santa Fe
d majoring in criminal justice
:tpr two years then finishing my
degree at a university. I plan on


Shelby Elaine McRae
Reflections: This has truly been
a great year with FBLA state, be-
ing on the yearbook staff, and be-
ing with my friends. I will never
forget all the great memories we
have made together. We will al-
ways be the Class of 201 I !!!
Clubs/Activities: FBLA, year-
book.


Taylor Leigh Nettles Clubs/Activities: FFA three
Reflections: It has been a great years, tennis one year, FCIA four
four years!! Mrs. Sulsona, you years.
wear out "and what have you." Future Plans: I plan to go to
To my fellow classmates in Mr. college for two years at Lake
Noegel's fourth period, if it City Community College for my
wasn't for us laughing the whole CNA degree.
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erable. Mr. Noegel kept us on our
toes!
Clubs/Activities: FFA, HOSA,
and softball.
Future Plans: I plan to attend
Santa Fe College to pursue an


Garrett Lloyd McRee associate's degree in dental hy-
Reflections: I found that giene.


'o throughout high school I was
iy counting down to getting out but
s. now, looking back, I wish I could
id do it over.
Clubs/Activities: FFA, boys
y weightlifting, football.
i- Future Plans: I plan to attend
se Santa Fe College and pursue a
d career in nursing.
nf Megan Alexandra Mobley
t- Reflections:' During high
school, I have been presented
with many incredible opportuni-
ties. Working in Lake Butler's
3- own radio station, WUCR 107.9,
o was hands down my favor-
d ite. I learned early on that high
J, school wouldn't be as perfect as
i. I hoped it would be, but overall, I
:s wouldn't change the way any of
it happened.
I- Clubs/Activities: Student
A Government class treasurer 9-10
grades, Student Body president
a eleventh grade, senior class pres-
d ident twelfth grade, Drama Club
d ninth grade, FFA 9-1L2 grades, Ag
Communications Team twelfth,
WUCR 10-11 grades, BETA 10-
li grades, dual enrollment 10-12
,! grades, varsity volleyball. 9-10
s grades.
i Future Plans: After graduation,
d I plan to attend Florida Gateway
College during the Summer B
and fall terms to complete my
associate's in nursing. In spring
2012,1 hope to begin the ag com-
munications program at the Uni-
versity of Florida. After comple-
tion of my ag communications
r degree, I then plan to enroll in
the University of Florida's Fast
Track BSN program enr' route to
become a pediatric ICLfnurse.
- Timothy Michael Morris
g Clubs/Activities: JROTC.
h Future Plans: Go to college.
I- Nicholas A. Myers
) Reflections: Life's a garden,
dig it.
a Clubs/Activities: JROTC,
- honor guard.
Future Plans: Continue my ed-
ucation and receive a bachelor's
degree in music theory and guitar
performance. Start a rock bank
and play with Metallica.


Colby Aaron Odowski
Reflections: I became an un-
official honorary band student.
I am going to miss Jerry Kekil,
Oboe, my twin, Rabbit Girl, the
Freshie, and Squrtle. I agree with
Chase, I'm gonna miss the SHA-
NANAGINS!!!
Clubs/Activities: Strategy
Game Club, library aide.
Future Plans: 1 plan to go to
college for media art.
Jessica Joyce O'Steen
Reflections: When I look back
in high school, the FFA sticks in
my head. I have made so many
good memories in the ag depart-
ment and it has taught me a great
deal about life.
Clubs/Activities: FFA, varsity
volleyball, girls' weightlifting.
Future Plans: Finish my asso-
,ciate's degree at Florida Gate-
way College and then transfer to
University of Florida to become
an agriculture teacher.
Ashley Elizabeth Parrish
Reflections: My mom, Tina
Parrish, for always, being the
one to kept me on track. Without
you I wouldn't have passed. My
grandma, Jean Parrish, you al-
ways saved me in any situation.
My ag teachers, Bub, Harris, and
A.J., Mrs. Debe Stephenson and
last but definitely not the least,
Lord Jesus Christ.
Clubs/Activities: I've been
involved in FFA since middle
school and with that, involved
in many teams. Sports including
volleyball and softball. Student
council and FBLA.
Future Plans: In June, I plan to
move to Gainesville. Further my
education at Santa Fe and pursue
my career of being a cosmetolo-
gist at Gainesville Salon Profes-
sionals. After that, see where life
takes me.
Victoria Louise Parrish
Reflections: At my four years
at UCHS I have had fun. Some
things I remember are when we
were at the pep rally when we
were juniors and we shamed the
seniors by winning the Spirit
Stick.


Courtney Denise Phillips
Reflections:, During my four
years in high school I have had
some good memories, from vol-
leyball trips to making new
friends. High school gave me the
best friend any one could ask for,
Mrs. Haylee Tucker. She helped
me get through these hectic years
and I thank her for that.
Clubs/Activities: Volleyball
four years, ROTC four years,
tennis one year.
Future Plans: After high school
my plan is to get my bachelor's
degree in psychology. After ob-
taining my bachelor's degree,
I will then proceed to get my
master's degree in psychology.
While obtaining my degrees, I
will also be spending time with
my wonderful daughter Kimber-
lee Smith, watching her grow and
waiting on her chance to experi-
ence her school years.
Jeffrey James Post -
Reflections: When I look back
at my high school years I amn
going to remember all of my ag
classes. Going over there every
day after school for all of the dif-
ferent teams, the life lessons Bub
and Harris have taught me. Also
I will remember the walk across
the street in all kinds of weather.
Clubs/Activities: FFA, base-
ball and band.
Future Plans: Go to college to
get my associate's degree. Then
go to the University of Florida
School of Animal and Life Sci-
ence to obtain a bachelor's de-
gree in agricultural education.
Alex Shaun Przekop
Reflections: My high school
years were very influential 1I
would like to thank my parents,
my older brother Chad and my
sister Britney for always giving
me advice. Colonel Steverson
and Sergeant Black for pushing
me to do better, my teachers, my
tennis coaches for believing in
me, and most of all my grandpar-
ents for helping me through ev-
erything from toddler to tassel. It
has flown by but I have enjoyed
it with my teammates on the ten-
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buddies.
Clubs/Activities: Environ-
mental, tennis, JROTC, Student
Council, weightlifting, Strategy
Game Club.
Future Plans: Join the United
States Air Force in the summer
of 2011.1 I would like to either be
a para-rescue jumper, Explosive
Ordinance Disposal Squad, or a
transfer pilot.
Dusty Garrett Reddish
Reflections: I have lots of good
memories from my high school
years that I will never forget.
I've made several close friends
and have much respect for a few
i6achers.
Clubs/Activities: FFA one
year, construction four years.
Future Plans: Hit the lotto and
live a long and happy life or get a
job and work the rest of myjlift
Chelsea Darlene Ruby
Reflections: These past four
years have been wonderful, full
of good friends and great memo-
ries. I'm so happy for the op-
portunities I've been given and
taken hold of. Thanks to all the
teachers and advisors for being
the support and encouragement
I needed.
Clubs/Activities: FBLA Chap-
ter Vice President 101h, FBLA
Chapter President 121h, FBLA
District Officer 11 h and 121h,
BETA Club 9i", through 12"h,
Environmental Club President
- 10hh, FFA 91 and 10", JROTC
S4- 12h, Student Council Presi-
dent- 12'h, Junior Class President
- 11, SAC 11 P and 121h.
Future Plans: Receive AA and
BAS from Santa Fe College then
transfer to UF or Palm Beach At-
lantic for business administration
with a'concentration in non-prof-
it organizations. I would love to
work with a non-profit and share
the work God is doing in lives
of others through photography.
Psalm 37:23-24.
Jameka Sawnquez Ruise
Reflections;. Kindergarten
through twelfth grade was quite
an experience. Best friends be-
came enemies and the ones you
never though you'd ever social-
ize with are the ones you end up
with. Far away or miles apart the
memories with my class will fdr-
ever be in my heart. Class of 11,
I love you!
Clubs/Activities: Basketball -
611h through I Ih, two SMAC titles
in middle school, Black History
club, SWAT
Future Plans: I plan to join the
military in the Navy branch and
help serve our country.
Anna Marie Smith
Reflections: Every memory
I have at Union County High
School I will cherish. But the
one memory I will never forget


is my weight lifting meet when I
benched two thirty five at Brad-
ford County and set the record at
my school.
Clubs/Activities: Union Coun-
ty High School girls weightlift-
ing, track & field, Union.County
middle and high football "man-
ager," FBLA, Union County
High School Tiger band.
Future Plans: To attend col-
lege at Florida Gateway and ob-
tain a doctrine degree in sports
medicine.
Amanda Marie Spires
Reflections: My attendance at
UCHS was my first experience in
public school, after being home
schooled my whole life. Look-
ing back on these last four years,
1 would not change a thing. The
experience was life changing, the
journey was blessed, and as for
the memories I would never
trade them for the world. Con-
gratulations, class of 2011!
Clubs/Activities: FFA 9t'
through II1'h, Drama Club 9'h
and 10", Advanced Drama 11'I
and 12"h, played "Sandy" in
Grease, '09, supporting roles in
"The Wiz" ('10),and played Lau-
rey in "Oklahoma" ('11), drama
competition 11'" and 12h".
Future Plans: Complete my
AA at FGC, then later earn a BA
in music/business at either FC or
UF. I plan to live in Lake Butler
and help run the family grocery
store. '
Anbreyal Cali'shay Stewart
Reflections: We won the
SMAC championship back to
back my sixth and seventh grade
year and still to this day we are
the only girls basketball team to
ever win it.
Clubs/Activities: Black His-
tory Club, basketball.
Future Plans: Attend Flagler
-College to major in sports man-.
agement.
Tristyn Denise Stone
Reflections: Being awarded
"Best Dancer" on Tigerettes, be-
ing a member of the first in state
food science. I will never forget
every day in drama class and be-
ing so "superior" in "Oklahoma!"
I will miss all the long, hot prac-
tices with mt girls, then getting
beautiful on Friday nights, smil-
ing like crazy on the field. Most
of all, 1I will never forget meeting
my amazing boyfriend, Nick, our
junior year. And to all my people
at UCHS, I will miss you! Love
you all!
Clubs/Activities: FFA (6-12),
HOSA (9-11),4-H classroom as-
sistant (9-12), Tigerettes (10-12),
Drama (12), HOSA treasurer
(10), HOSA secretary (11), Food
Science Team (11-12).
Future Plans: After graduating,
I plan to attend Florida State Col-
lege in Jacksonville to pursue a
degree in science. I will then ap-
ply for the physical therapist as-
sistant program with the goal of


LEGAL


/ NOTICES.


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.: 63-2011-CP-0012
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY HELEN MCMILLEN
WATERS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARY HELEN McMILLEN WATERS,
deceased, whose date of death was
April 19, 2011, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 55 West Main Street, Room
103, Lake Butler, Florida 32054. The
names and addresses of the personal
representatives and the personal
representatives' attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or


government ought to be all
outside and no inside."
resident Woodrow Wilson
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
.The date of first publication of this
notice is May 26, 2011.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Abel A. PUtnam
Florida Bar Number: 024090
Putnam, Creighton & Airth, P.A.
Post Office Box 3545
Lakeland, Florida 33802-3545
Telephone: (863) 682-1178
Fax: (863) 683-3700
E-Mail: aap@putnampa.com
Personal Representatives:
Susan W. Mejer
1010 E. Bougainvillea Way
Bartow, Florida 33830
Karen E. Jenkins
420 SW 2nd Avenue
Lake Butler, Florida 32054


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working as a PTA at Wolfson's
Children's hospital.
Lauren Danielle Sumerlin
Future Plans: Going to school
to be a certified nursing assis-
tant.
Cheyenne Marie Tempest
Reflections: High school has
been a blast; I feel like I've
grown and learned a lot over the
past four years. I've had many ac-
complishments, I've gained some
extremely amazing friends and
I've learned from my'mistakes. I
look forward to maintaining the
relationships I've developed and
continuing my education. Special
thanks to all of the band people
for making everything awesome.
Clubs/Activities: Band-drum-
line, tennis, JROTC, dual enroll-
ment.
Future Plans: I will finish my
associate's degree in anthropol-
ogy at Florida Gateway Col-
lege, then transfer to FSU in the
spring of 2012 to finish my bach-
elor's degree with the Marching
Chiefs.
Teri Yvette Clarissa
Thomas
Reflections: Throughout my
high school years, I've made
great friends and had amazing ex-
periences. I learned many things
that will help me throughout my
career. The teachers, including
Mr. Denson, LTC Steverson,
MSG Black and Mrs. Neal, were
always really helpful.
Clubs/Activities: JROTC
Future Plans: I leave for basic
training June 13. I want to make
a career out of the Army.
Ciara Taylor Thornton
Reflections: As I look back it
seems like yesterday that I first
walked into UCHS as a fresh-
man. I will miss all the bus rides
to softball games with the girls,
the intense Friday night football
games, classes with Mr. Har-
ris, and all of the FFA events.
Thanks, UCHS!
Clubs/Activities: FFA, FBLA,
softball and Miss Union County
High School contestant.
Future Plans: 1 plan to attend
college in Salina, Kan., to play
softball and to pursue a degree in
sports medicine.
Elijah McKinnely Thurman
Reflections: I enjoyed my
years throughout high school, es-
pecially when my brother was in
school and hanging out with his
friends and having a good time.
My senior year has been the
greatest, hanging out and chilling
with my buddies. Good times.
Clubs/Activities: FBLA,
weightlifting, golf.
Future Plans: Attending col-
lege at Santa Fe in the fall, while
working at Shands Hospital in
Gainesville.
Kristin Leigh Todd
Reflections: My high school
experience was a roller coaster


5/26 2tchg 6/2-UCT
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that
pursuant to a Writ of Execution
issued in CIRCUIT COURT OF
ALACHUA COUNTY, Florida, on the-
11th day of May, 2011. In the cause
wherein UNION PROPERTIES
OF GAINESVILLE, INC. F/U/B/O
AMIN LAKHANI, the plaintiff and
JACK L. and DEBBIE ASBURY, the
defendants, being CASE NO. 08-CC-
781 in said Court.
I, Jerry Whitehead As Sheriff of Union
County, Florida, have levied upon
all the right, title, and interest of the
defendant, JACK L. ASBURY in and
to the following described personal
property, to-wit:
2005 Toyota pickup truck
VIN# 3TMJU62N25M005578
Silver in color
I shall offer this property for sale, at 55
West Main St., Lake Butler, in Union
County, FL, on July 7, 2011, at the
hour of 11 a.m. or as soon thereafter
as possible. I will offer for sale all the
said defendant's, JACK L. ASBURY,
right, title and interest in the aforesaid
personal property, at public auction
and will sell the same, subject to


of good and bad times, fun and
stressful times. So many memo-
ries that I will never forget, and
so many friends and teachers
who made it all worthwhile. All
in all, high school was a great
experience that has prepared me
to enter into this next chapter of
my life, which I am so excited to
start.
Clubs/Activities: SWAT
FBLA, Skills USA, dual enroll-
ment, Young Women's program
at church.
Future Plans: I plan to travel
quite a bit, but I know I will
end up right back here in Union
County. I also plan on going to
college to become a teacher and
I just may work at UCHS one
day!
Haylee Michelle Tucker
Reflections: During my years
at UCHS I have made many
close friends who I hope to stay
close with in the years to come.
I would like to thank all of the
teachers, coaches, and adminis-
tration for helping me through
my high school years.
Clubs/Activities: Volleyball,


taxes, all prior liens, encumbrances
and judgments, if any to the highest
and best bidder for CASH IN HAND.
The proceeds to be applied as far
as may be to the payment of costs
and the satisfaction of the above-
described execution.
Jerry Whitehead, As Sheriff
Of Union County, Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Deputy Sheriff
Publish Dates: June 2nd, 9th, 16th
and 23rd, 2011.
Contact the Civil Process Unit 24
hours prior, to sale for information
concerning the sale and/or
cancellation. Phone 386-496-2501.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact the Civil
Process Unit at the Union County
Sheriff's Office not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at 55
West Main Street, Courthouse Rm.
102, Lake Butler, FL 32054. Phone
386-496-2501.
6/2 4tchg 6/23-UCT


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softball and FFA.
Future Plans: I plan to go to
college to pursue a nursing de-
gree.
Joshua Cole Vanover
Reflections: High school was
real and it was fun but it wasn't
really fun.
Future Plans: 1 plan on going
to trade school and getting my
license in general contracting,
HVAC, or welding.
Asia. Jasmine Warren
Reflections: Reflecting back
on high school I really appreciate
Sarge and Colonel. They have
helped me grow and mature so
much. They were always there
for me when I needed something.
I love them so much. I will never
forget them. 1 also thank my fam-
'ily for.being such a strong sup-
port system and I love you mom-
my, Charles, Bear and Shante.
To class of 2011, we have had a
great run and I'm so proud of you
all and I will always remember
the good times and laughs. Good
luck!
Clubs/Activities: ROTC(staff),
SWAT, Health Academy.
Future Plans: I have currently
joined the Army and I leave July
26. 1 plan to stay in the Army for
20 years and earn my degree in
psychology. Eventually I want to
do politics. Vote for Asia!


386-755


Almanique Alma Watkins
Reflections: Coming into'
high school with my best friend'
Courtney and being so scared of
something new. Creating more.
memories with class of 2011 then
I do with anyone else. Falling in
love for the first time with some-
ione special. Creating a closer
relationship to God and getting
on the path of finding who I am.
Also thuggin' it to the fullest'
with the best class,;2011.
Clubs/Activities: 4-H Brad-
ford, Black History Club, Brain
Bowl 2009, Health Academy,
HOSA 2008, middle school
yearbook staff 2007, SMAC girls
basketball team 2005. ,
Future Plans: Go to Santa Fe
for two years then transfer over
to either University of Florida or
University of Miami to continue
on getting my physical therapy
degree. Then traveling over the
world until I get ready to settle
down.
Zachary "Sunshine" WilsoAt
Reflections: I will miss all of
the crazy times in ag. My ladies
in the front office that kept me
going, I love you all. My years
here have been too short. I will
miss this place. I wish I could
still play football here.
Clubs/Activities: FFA, FBLA,
SWAT, track, weightlifting, Beta
Club and football.


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B Section Thursday, June 2, 2011 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL"
NEWS FROlf BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Blanding honors 3 deceased Guard members on Memorial Day


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Three monuments were
unveiled at the Camp Blanding
Museum and Memorial Park
on May 30 as the Florida
National Guard honored three
.6f its own on Memorial Day.
The deaths of Sgt. Tracey
Brogdon, Spc. Marc
Whisenant and 1" Sgt. Kenny
Fike may have occurred within
the last 20 years, but keynote
speaker Brig. Gen. Richar4d
Gallant said they were no
different from the other men


and women throughout history
who have given their lives in
service to this country.
"The soldiers that have paid
this highest price exemplify
the values that are the strength
of our nation," said Gallant,
the land component
commander of the Florida
National Guard. "These
soldiers share a special
heritage, a common bond with
today's soldiers. If you would
look into their lives-whether
privates or generals-you-
would see practiced the same


Jim
Bloodworth,
who volunteers
at the Camp
Blanding
Museum, is
pictured during
the
presentation of
the colors and
the playing of
the national
anthem.


Army values: loyalty, duty,
respect, selfless service, honor,
integrity and personal courage.
"Like Kenny Fike, Marc
Whisenant and Tracey
Brogdon, these soldiers were
ordinary men and women who
rose to meet seemingly
impossible odds and did
extraordinary things. These
brave men and women left the
safety of this sovereign soil to
defeat tyrants, ensure justice
and fulfill the promise of
safety and security for our
citizens in the global
community.
"Their lives were dedicated
not to conflict or death, but to
compassion and life."
Brogdon, who was deployed
to Kuwait with the 325"'
Maintenance Company, died
May 21, 1991, at the age of 27
when the Humvee she was
riding in overturned. She was
the first female Florida
National Guard member to die
while serving on active duty
.overseas and the Florida
Naitonal Guard's only casualty
in Operation Desert Storm.
Whisenant, who died Sept.
24, 2010, at the age of 23 in
Kuwait, was also killed when
the vehicle he was in rolled
over. He had deployed to Iraq
previously and was attached to
the Is Battalion, 124"' Infantry


Property tax exemption now available

for deployed military members


Recently passed legislation
has provided for an additional
property taxv exemption for,
members of the military who
-were deployed in certain
operations during 2010.
In* announcing the new
exemption, Bradford County
Property Appraiser Jimmy
Alvarez said, "I am pleased td
announce that an additional
property tax exemption is now
*available for certain members
of the military. In November
2010, Florida voters approved
-a constitutional amendment
known at the time as
Amendment 2, which -created
this exemption. The recent
passage of House Bill 1141
defined the exemption
language and now makes the
exemption available for the


LEGALS


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KEYSTONE AIRPARK
AUTHORITY'S REGULAR
SCHEDULED BOARD MEETINGS
WILL BE HELD ON THE is' AND
3rd TUESDAY OF EVERY MONTH
AT 6 P.M. LOCATION IS: 7100
AIRPORT ROAD, STARKE, FL.
AGENDAS AND. NOTICE OF
CANCELLATION WILL BE
POSTED ON THE AUTHORITY'S
WEBSITE AT
www.kevstoneairport.com NO
LATER THAN 72 HOURS IN
ADVANCE.
ltchg 6/2-B-Sect
NOTICE
'88 GMC RED PICKUP
VIN #1GTDC14KOJZ519640 .
Owner: Robert Lee Richardson
S(Deceased)
Title #45516008
Held by Blazer Financial Services,
Starke. Has been cleared of loan
obligations, but the title was not
given to the deceased widower. If
you have this title or hold an
obligation against this title,.'please
contact J. Evans at 352-475-5215,
or send letter to the same person
at 111 Country Living Circle,
Melrose, FL 32666.
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upcoming 2011 tax bills."
A service member who
currently receives a homestead
exemption on his or her
primary residence may receive
an additional tax savings with
the passage of this new bill.
The new exemption is
available to service members
who were deployed during the
preceding calendar year on.
active duty outside the
continental United States,
.Alaska or Hawaii in support of
Operation Enduring Freedom,
Operation Iraqi Freedom or
Operation New Dawn.
Proof of deployment-
including dates from the
Veterans Administration or the


service member's military
branch-is required. The new
exemption is not a fixed
amount like the homestead
exemption. Rather, it is based
on the number of days the
service member was deployed.
For example, if the service
member was deployed half the
year, the exemption would be
50 percent of the home's
i- mnhble altu -
If you have questions about
the exemption, you can contact
the Bradford County property
appraiser's office at 904-966-
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honoring Cook's son, Spc. Marc Whisenant, who was killed Sept. 24, 2010, during
his service in Operation New Dawn.


Regiment of the 53"' Infantry
Brigade Combat Team during
his latest deployment.
Elizabeth Cook, who is
Whisenant's mother, was
present at the Camp Blanding
ceremony to help unveil
Whisenant's monument.
See HONOR page6B

Rufus Jarriel holds his
granddaughter,
Makenna Jarriel, during
the ceremony's closing
prayer. Rufus Jarriel is
the father of Col. R.
Dwayne Jarriel, Camp -
Blanding's post
commander. Makenna's
is Col. Jarriel's
daughter.


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I Social


Attending the 55"n class reunion of the UCHS Class of 1956 were: (seated, I-r) Hilda Connor McLeod, Josephine
Crews Peeples, Mavis Helms Bruner, Donna Dekle Coleman, Carolyn Peeples Jarrard, Marie Edenfield Scaff, Mary
Virginia Bielling Williams and Shirley Guynn Patterson. (Standing, I-r) Randolph Croft, Royce Albert Shaw, Joyce
Long Dukes, Betty Andrews Nettles, Ronald Hersey, J.R. McLeod, Eldred Bivins, Purvis Cason, Jimmy Brown, J.R.
Dukes and Bobby Winn.

Union County High class of 1956 celebrates 55th reunion


The Union County High
School Class of 1956 held its
55"' class reunion on May 21
with an informal get-together at
Western Steer in Starke.
The event started with a social
hour during which plans were
made for the 56'" class reunion


to be held next year. A commit-
tee was selected to work on the
event. Dinner followed the so-
cial hour.
Those who attended the 55'h
reunion from outside Union
County were:' Jimmy Brown of
Dahlonega, Ga.; Donna Dekle of


Shirley and Wayne Douglas


Douglases c-ebrate 50th
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Shirley and Wayne Douglas
of Starke recently celebrated
their 501h wedding anniversary
With a family dinner at the home
of Jacque and Rick Bailey at
SHampton Lake.
The Douglases were married
on May 12, 1961, in the First
Christian Church of Starke.
Shirley Douglas is the former


Shirley Harley.
The couple has five children:
Jacque Bailey of Brecksville,
Ohio, Wayne Douglas Jr. of San
Antonio, Texas, and. Dianne
Graudons and Chris Douglas,
both of Starke. They have eight
grandchildren and seven great-
grandchildren.


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McAlpin, Ronald Hersey and
Shirley Guynn Patterson of
Jacksonville, Eldred Bivins of
Earleton, and Mavis Helms
Bruner of Marianna. Twelve
class members from Union
County also attended.
To date; the Class of 1956 has


SIBirths |


Cade Caines

Cade Caines
J.D. and Carrie Caines of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Cade David Caines, on
April 17, 2011. He weighed 7
pounds 9 ounces and measured
20 inches in length. He joins, a
sister, Journie Rylan Gaskins.
Maternal ...grandparents are
Ricky and Chrissy Thompson of
Starke, and Debbie and David
Thigpen of Starke. Maternal
great-grandmother is Helen
Thompson of Starke. Cade is
also the great-grandson of the
late Kenneth "Buddy" Thomp-
son and the late Edward and
Ruth Douglas.
Paternal grandparents are Ju-
lie and Ronny Newman Sr. of
Gainesville. Paternal great-
grandparents are Paul and Gloria
Wooddell of Lake Butler.


.only lost five members: G.A.
Mole, Jimmy Nettles, Lamar
Williams, Gary Roberts and
Geneva Andrews Grimes. Mole,
Nettles and Williams never had
the opportunity to attend a class
reunion.


Stm .adct car+


O.JLUIV.I I ILb Ob L .UCIl
wash, yard sale
June 4


The yearbook staff from
Bradford High School will be
holding a fundraising car wash
on Saturday, June 4, from 9 a.m.
to 1 p.m. at the Lawtey Shell
station on U.S. 301.
A yard sale will also be held
in the same location during the
same hours.


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Howard-
Crawford family
plans reunion
The Howard and Crawford
families will hold a one-day
family reunion at the home of
Helen King Howard in Jackson-
ville on Saturday, June 4, begin-
ning at 9:30 a.m.
The reunion will be held at
2366 Broadway Ave. in Jack-
sonville and family members
from all areas especially
Lawtey and Starke are en-
couraged to attend. Please notify
Helen Howard if you plan to
attend by calling 904-388-7494.

Public invited to
World War II
history program
on June 14 at
Bradford library
The public is invited to a
free, oral history program on
Flag Day, June 14, at,6 p.m. at
the Bradford County Library.
The event is being hosted by
the Friends of the Bradford
County Library. The event will
feature three long-time
Bradford residents who will
reminisce about life in the
county during World War II.
The event will be recorded'
and, hopefully, will be the first
of many events that will focus
on capturing and preserving
our local history.
Impoverished and
struggling, residents of
Bradford County couldn't wait
for the Great Depression to
end. Then came World War
II,, and Bradford residents were


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catapulted into an era marked
by economic opportunity and
social change. Thousands of
soldiers and a host of
commercial contractors
descended on the city ofl
Starke, altering the very fabric
of the lives of everyone in tlRe
community. New jols,
rationing of goods, recruits
from all over the nation, sons
and daughters leaving to serve
our country in foreign lan is
provide the backdrop for maiay
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who lived it. These stories
need to be told, enjoyed arid
preserved.
Join the Friends of toe
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experiences during this fast-
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time in our history.
Rahn and Arthur Redding
are both World War II
veterans. Minnie Redding
served as all U.S. citizens did:
hoping, praying and working
to maintain our society as shec
supported the war effort. Rain
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"Bradford County Telegraph"
and is regarded as a local
historian. The Reddings, long-
time natives of Bradford
County, remember life in the
county that few can claim to
know. Arthur served as a local
barber -during his career.
Minnie is well known for her
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Victoria Denmark (bpck row, second from right) performs with the AmeriKids and
singing sensation Jackie Evancho (foreground).

Local teen performs in PBS special
Last year, Victoria Denmark'
watched and cheered as 10-
year-old Jackie Evancho sang
her way to 'runner-up on .
"America's Got Talent." Both
girls are opera singers, and
Denmark was thrilled to watch l w


Evancho's success, hoping one
day she could meet her and
sing with her.
That dream came true as an
Orlando talent agent/producer
hired Denmark, 13, to join the
AmeriKids performers, who
will sing in Evancho's PBS
special, "Dream with Me." The
special is produced, by David
Foster, who has worked with
such artists as Celine Dion,
Michael Jackson, Madonna,
Beyonc6 and Josh Groban.
"I see God's hand in the
opportunity because Victoria
did not audition for it," said
Virginia Denmark, Victoria's
mother. "The Orlando
agent/producer places 'talent
for Universal Studios and
Disney, and she has seen
Victoria perform a number of
times this year.
"It's an opportunity that may'
never happen again, but one
never knows" what God has
planned. We must keep our
focus on Him."
Victoria Denmark is
interested in a Christian music
ministry and says she also


Victoria
Denmark (right)
is pictured
backstage with
Jackie Evancho
prior to the PBS
performance.


hopes one day to sing for
Disney, Universal Studios'and
Celtic Women, for she has a
Celtic heritage. She is a
seventh-grade student at Hope
Christian Academy and a
member of Hope Baptist
Church. Victoria- is working
toward paying for her first
missions trip this month.
Denmark studies. voice with
Kathleen Myrick., a
professional 'singer/actor and
former Metropolitan Opera
performer', She has also
studied dance at Starke


Academy of Dance.
Denmark is the daughter of
Terry and Virginia Denmark,
and has one sister and two.
brothers. Her grandparents are
H.M. and Meriam Denmark,
and the late Neil and Patti
Crawford. Her great-
grandparents are Christine
Lawson and the late J.T.
Lawson.
Local air dates for the-Jackie
Evancho speical may be found
on the website
www'.jackieevancho.com.


Good Shepherd Lutheran to


dedicate new home Sunday


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


It is an example of the pieces
falling into place, but if you
ask the members of a Bradford
County Church about the
events that led to a new church
home on S.R, 16, they will tell
you those events were no mere
coincidences.
Good Shepherd Lutheran
Church, which began with an
inaugural congregation of 12
in 2002 at the KOA
campground in Starke, is set to
have an official dedication at
its current location at Connerly
Estates (corner of S.R. 16 and
Northwest 182nd Way) at 4
p.m. A dinner will be held
after the dedication ceremony.
Since the first service on
Aug. 18, 2002, the church has
grown, moving from KOA to a
location on Church Street and
then purchasing the 4.87 acres
it currently sits on in 2009.
Three modular buildings for
worship, education and
fellowship were purchased in
2010.
Vic Selvaggio, the dean of
elders and vice president of the.
congregation, played a key
role in the purchase of the land
and buildings, but he will tell
you he did not play the most
important role. That role
belonged to God.
"What the Lord wants us to
do, we do," Selvaggio said,
summing up the events that led
the church to its current home
and why he, himself, has been
so involved in church' over the
years.
It was Selvaggio who looked
it the property where the
church is now located and told
the congregation about it. The
land, however, was out of the
church's price range.
Six to eight months later,
Selvaggio said the real-estate
agent and called him the
property's price had been
decreased by half. The church
bought it.
Then, one day, Selvaggio
picked up a free advertising
publication. He said he never
looks at such publications, but
the day he happened to pick
one up, he saw an
advertisement for modular


Pastor John Buchheimer

buildings on the cover. That
led to .the church contracting
with a company in Gainesville
to obtain three such buildings.
"I never look at that
newspaper," Selvaggio said.
"Why did I look at that


newspaper? It wasn't because I
wanted to. It's because (God)
wanted me to.
"Why did I think this was
such a good piece of property
for the church? Because (God)
thought it was a good piece of
property."
Under the leadership of God,
Good Shepherd has taken the
next step toward permanence,
with Splvaggio saying the final
plan would be to construct a
permanent sanctuary on the
corner of the property the
church now owns.
Several leaps of faith were
all it took.
"I think a turtle only gets
ahead by sticking its neck out,
right? Well, unless you stick
your neck out a little bit,
you're just not going to go
anywhere," Selvaggio said.
To go somewhere, you need
.a starting point. That was the
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In the minds of many
people, the National Labor
Relations Board' has
overstepped its authority in the
Boeing Company case and
bowed to political pressure in
charging Boeing with unfair
labor practice in renovating a
facility in South Carolina for
the purpose of building
airplanes. The Boeing
manufacturing plant in Seattle
is operating at full capacity
and'additional plant capacity is
needed to fill production
quotas.
The National Labor
Relations Board is a political
animal appointed by-and
serving at the pleasure of-the
president. It is an independent
agency charged with
conducting. elections in
industry and investigating
unfair labor practices. The
board consists of five members
and council. The board was
establishedin 1934 by
Executive Order 6763. In
2007, the terms of three
'commissioners expired, and
President Bush wouldn't
appointment replacements.
.(The Democrat-controlled
'Senate wouldn't have
'approved any Bush
-appointments, regardless of
.qualifications.)
The board functioned with
:only two members from
_December 2007 to March
2009, but before the expired
;terms of the three
aforementioned
-commissioners, the full board
,deemed that, three members
constituted a quorum, The
,board decided two members
could make decisions during
-the period and rendered 400
,edicts. The Supreme Court
determined that two members
:of..a five-man board.does not -
.constitute a quorum, likely
rendering many cases invalid.
Wilhelm E. Boeing, founder
of the Boeing Co., "was a great
v.visionary that pursued his
curiosity and never dismissed
the novel'," in the words of his
son, William E. Boeing Jr. He
arrived in America as a young
man and went on to earn a
.fortune in timberland, banking
and insurance. He died from
influenza at age42.
William E. Boeing Jr.
attended Yale, but did not
graduate. He inherited
timberland in Washington state
and a million-dollar fortune,
and moved to the West Coast
in. 1903 to buy additional
timberland with mineral rights.
In the meantime, the Wright
brothers had achieved flight at
Kitty Hawk, N.C., and young
Boeing became fascinated with
the idea of building airplanes.
He bought a large, red barn in
1910 for $10, and it became.
the-building in which Boeing.
built his first two planes.
Joining with naval engineer
George Conrad Westerveld, he
.built two airplanes and flew
them on maiden flights in
1910. Immediately afterward,
Boeing established the Pacific
Aero Products Company.
forerunner of the Boeing
Company.
As the aircraft industry
grevw, so did the Boeing
Company, designing and
building airplanes, fighters and.
bombers, as well as
commercial airplanes. Its
designing and building of
aircraft, both commercial and
military, has kept the company
out front in the field since day
one. The B-17, queen of the
American bombing fleet in
World War II, is an example of
Boeing success, followed by a
series of commercial cargo and
passenger planes.
In the mid-1960s, work
began on the 747-100, the
Boeing multi-purpose basic
airplane that can be configured
for military or commercial use,
cargo, passenger or a
combination of uses. It can
carry a payload of 100 tons
across the Atlantic Ocean,
flying 535 miles per hour at
35,000 feet. It is 232 feet long,
with a wingspan of 196 feet. It
takes off at 189 mph and lands


at 160 mph. It is the plane of
choice for the Air Force One.
(The current Air Force One is
the second 747 in service.) The
plane that carries the space
shuttle from California to
Florida is a 747. Its gross
weight is 735,000 pounds.
Boeing's Seattle plant is
building seven 747s a month,
operating at 100-percent
capacity, but orders for the
giant plane exceed plant
capacity, and Boeing needs
space and employees for five
additional planes per month.
To meet the need, it bought
and renovated a facility in
North Charleston, S.C. South
Carolina is a Right-to-Work
state-union membership is
not required to find
employment-along wdith 21
other states, most of which are
southern states.
The union representing
Boeing workers- International
Association of Machinists and
Aerospace Workers-has
complained to the National
Labor Relations Board,
claiming unfair labor practices


since South Carolina is a
Right-to-Work state. The
board advised Boeing that it
would not be in compliance if
it locates to South Carolina.
Boeing reiterated that it isn't
planning to abandon the
Seattle facility. It plans to use
the South Carolina facility to
handle the overflow in order to
meet contract schedules.,
The show is far from over,
as the fat lady has yet to sing.
On May 12, Republican
senators Jim DeMint and
Lindsey Graham, of South
Carolina, and Republican Sen.
Lamar Alexander, of
Tennessee, introduced a bill-
the Job Protection Act
(S964)-to bar the board from
overriding an employer's
decision to site a facility in a
particular state. The measure
has at least 34 sponsors. This
is an important case to both.
members and non-union
members, and no doubt it will
reach the U.S. Supreme Court
later this year.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


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Editorial/Opinion


Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, June 2, 2011 Page 4B



National Labor Relations


Board makes poor decision


Not neglected
at Park of
Palms
Dear Editor:
On Thursday, May 12, I
opened the Monitor and read
an article about Park of the
Palms being cited in a Miami
Herald investigative report.
Imagine my shock when the
case reported was about my
own aunt, Muriel Staab. The
article stated she had been
"neglected to death."
Please let me tell you a little
about Aunt Muriel from the
family's point of view. Aunt
Muriel was a resident at Wiley
Manor at Park of the Palms for
eight years. Her daughter,
Katy, lived in the Keystone
area, and was active in her
mother's care and was at the
Park almost daily. Muriel was
a feisty lady who was pleased
with the fact that she had
reached 101 years old since
her mother had lived to be 102.
Muriel taught home
economics for years and
always strived to look her best
when she left her room at the
Manor. Since she didn't see
well, her'daughter Katy would
arrange her outfits in her closet
for each day. She wore jewelry
to match her outfit and put on
her makeup and spritzed on
her Estee Lauder's "Pleasures"
perfume before she went out
the door.
Katy pampered Aunt Muriel.
She took her to have her hair
done, did her nails, checked
her makeup, took her for rides
and to her appointments. Katy
never worried about her
mother and felt the Park did a
wonderful job of taking care of
her. Katy was in constant
contact with the Park and even
had cell phone numbers for
some of the staff. She was.
notified immediately after


Muriel fell. Aunt Muriel never
regained consciousness and
died peacefully.
The Park and staff were
supportive as Katy prepared
for Aunt Muriel's memorial
service in the living room at
the Manor. If Aunt Muriel was
neglected, I hope Katy will
come back and neglect me
when I am old. Sadly. Katy
passed away soon after Aunt
Muriel or I'm sure she would
be writing this letter.
At the end of the Monitor's
article, Larry Henderson, the
Park's administrator, states that
"complaints may come from
patients, their families,
employees or disgruntled
former employees." Neither
the patient nor the family had
any complaint with the Park,
its employees or its actions.
They also had no complaint
with Dr Cox and how he
handled the incident.
Both the Park and Dr. Cox
are a valuable and respected
part of the Keystone
community. I don't understand
how the media can report an
incident such as this and never
contact the family to check
their facts. Aunt Muriel lived a
long life and the Park of the
Palms allowed her to live her
last days with joy and dignity.
Leslie Harper


State CEO

needs to know
schools are not

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Dear Editor:
Brian Graham did give me a
good laugh on Thursday
morning as he lauded Gov.
Scott for his magnificent
performance as our state CEO.
Like many who obviously do
not deal with children, he


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agrees with Scott that the
answer to our "failing" schpol.s
is abolishing tenure, -tying
teacher pay to test scores and
promoting merit pay.
What he and others fail to
understand is that schools are
not factories making inanimate
products or fertilizer or
cement. We do not siart with a
uniform material that can be
measured and quantified.
Quality control on our raw
material is not going to
happen. In fact, I will tell you
the opposite is true. Diversity
and developmental differences
are the norm. Throw in family
dynamics like drug use,
neglect and abuse, and we'
have a myriad of obstacles*
facing teachers'every day.
When you consider many of.
these problems lead to people:
moving their kids all over for
various reasons, it can be;
almost insane to believe a kid;
will just sit down and fill in all
the correct bubbles which
those experts in Tallahassee;
would have you believe prove!
a child is getting a good:
education. You might as well
tie a dentist or doctor's pay to]
how many cavities they fill 4k
how many broken arms the
set. :-
Human behavior is not;
something you.can easily plug:
into a formula and get even:
results each time.
AI noticed Mr. Graham's!
accolades for Gov. Scott as a;
CEO failed to mention he was:
forced to resign as CEO of
Columbia/HCA over company,
business practices and&
Medicare billing procedures.
The company pled guilty to'
14 felonies and received a;
more than $600 million fine,;
the largest fraud settlement:
ever. Scott, the great CEO, left:
in his golden parachute. His;
cushion was $9.8 million as:

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Thursday, June 2, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 5B


E BETTER
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well as stock shares worth over
$350 million.
7,"Unscrupulous" is a better
word to describe Scott as a
CEO. It boggles my mind how
Fjoridians could end up with
someone far removed from
what we imagine as a governor
for Florida.
.,But hey, I am just a dumb
school teacher who is further
rpiinig the future of our
children with our failed school
policies.
I'. think Mr. Graham's


funniest comment was how
teacher unions had pretty much
dictated policy in this state for
years. They tried once in the
early '70s and lots of teachers
lost their jobs because you
cannot strike in Florida. We
all know what dictates policy
in Florida politics --$$$$$.
Teachers certainly don't
have it, but check the
insurance industry, oil
companies and others with
deep pockets.' Follow the
dollars. They followed it with
Scott and look what they found
out.
Too bad Florida voters didn't
take a closer look.
Steve Acree
Brooker


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on the base who have point for all flight deployment
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KOA campground. Owner
John Steffen and his family
allowed the church free use of
the campground's recreational
hall. Rory" Hermann, a retired
Navy chaplain, was the interim
pastor starting with that first-
ever church service. He
pastored at Good Shepherd
until the fall of 2003, when he
received the call to pastor at
another church named Good
Shepherd in Gulf Breeze.
John Buchheimer, after his
retirement in June 2003 as
pastor of Bethlehem Lutheran
Church in Jacksonville Beach,
stepped in as the next interim
pastor.
Buchheimer, who has
pastored more than 50 years,
continues to serve in that
capacity.
"He loves it out ,here,"
Selvaggio said. "He absolutely
loves it."
Since the church met at the
campground, many of the
campers attended services. In
fact, Selvaggio said those
campers who are originally
from up north are like
"associate members." They
attend their own churches
when they're home.during the
summer, but attend Good
Shephered when they're down
south for the winter.
"I'd say the campers are
unique because they pitch in
just like they were here all the
time," Selvaggio said.
"Anything we've needed done,
they've volunteered for. They
are part of us 100 percent."
The church was grateful to
the Steffens for their
generosity, but substantial.
growth led to looking for a
new home.
"We slowly built to where it
was kind of getting unfair to
John Steffen to continue using
his facility, so we moved by
Parkside (Assisted Living
Facility)," Selvaggio said.
The move to 233 Church St.
happened in June 2007. During
that same year, the church
received its charter to become
a congregation of the Florida-
Georgia District of the
Missouri Synod.


of Good Shepherd Lutheran

Two years later, the church
bought the property at S.R. 16
and Northwest 182"d Way. The
three modular buildings were
purchased in 2010 after the site
work was completed.
In essence, the church did
not have to pay for one of the
buildings, thanks to a gift of
$12,000 Bethlehem Lutheran
Church in Jacksonville Beach
and its pastor, Dana Brones.
Brones has been invited to
speak at the June 5 dedication
service.
"We thank him and our
mother congregation for their
much-appreciated love
offering," Selvaggio said.
Selvaggio lived in
Jacksonville prior to moving to
Bradford County and joining
Good Shepherd. He and his
wife, Kathy, who is the
treasurer and office secretary
for Good Shepherd, attended
Holy Cross Lutheran.
The area the couple lived in
was in a decline, Selvaggio
said. Plus, he, his wife, their
daughter Linda and her
husband, Mark Miller, met and
discussed making a move to
this area, seeing a mission
opportunity here and desiring
to have more space. Linda and
Mark, who work with the
youth at Good Shepherd,
bought 31 acres in Bradford
County, while Selvaggio and
his wife bought 5 adjacent
acres.
Selvaggio, who retired from
Prudential and then IBM-
after being outsourced-in
2000, had a desire to get
involved in his' new
community. Hence, he is a
member of the New River
Volunteer Fire Department.
Selvaggio and his wife, who
celebrated their 44h .wedding
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Three of the five baseball signees at a ceremony/pep rally at Union County High
School on May 26 were (I-r) Colby Andrews, Seth Parrish and Mason Dukes.



5 Union baseball players


headed to Thomas University


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
After walking across the
stage this Friday, June 3, to
accept his diploma, Union
County High School senior
Colby Andrews will be set to
start the next phase of his
life-going to college.
However, it appears as if
college is going to be a little
like high school. Andrews and
three of his senior teammates
on the baseball team-Chason
Andrews, Walte? Bradley and
Seth Parrish-will be heading
to Thomas University in
,Thomasville, Ga., to continue
their playing careers after
accepting scholarships. Mason
Dukes, a 2010 UCHS
,graduate, will join them.
"It's pretty crazy," Colby
Andrews said. "It's going to be
'like high- school again. It's
going to be fun."
All five took part in a
signing ceremony/pep rally in
front of the entire student body
on May 26 that consisted of a
total of nine student-athletes in
various sports. Despite the
atmosphere, Bradley seemed
relatively calm.
"Everybody told me I should
be 'super, excited. I just feel like
it's a normal day," Bradley
said, adding, "It should be
more exciting when I get to the
campus, but as of right now,
it's just a normal thing to me."
Union County head baseball
coach Brian Tomlinson was a
little more emotional and
almost at a loss for words to.
describe how he felt.
"I'm proud of them,"
Tomlinson said. "I don't know
what else to say. I can't stop
smiling, I know that."
The players may not be able


to get the Thomas University
Night Hawks to change their
colors from hunter green and
white to Union County's
colors of purple and gold, as
Bradley jokingly suggested,
but they should feel at home.
"It's going to be nice to have
a small community of friends
up there," Parrish said. "I don't
think I'll be shy with them
around me."
Chason Andrews said,"'lt'll
ease the nervousness on the
first day of school."
Being joined by high school
teammates aside, Colby'
Andrews said the Thomas
campus just feels comfortable.
"It kind of reminds me of
Union County, actually," he
said.
Tomlinson said of the four
seniors, he was especially
proud to see Bradley get the
opportunity at Thomas
Universtiy. Setbacks prevented
Bradley from playing all four
years of high school, and' this
past season was his first on the
varsity.level, Tomlinson said.
Bradley, an outfielder,
batted .415 and drove in 10
runs this past season, but more
than anything, what the Night
Hawks are getting in him is a
speedy player on the
basepaths. '
"I've never seen anybody hit
as many infield hits and beat
them out as he has,"
Tomlinson said.
Colby Andrews, and
outfielder, and Parrish, an
infielder, batted .329 and .279,
respectively, this past season,
with Parrish driving in 13 runs.
Tomlinson said the Night
Hawks are getting a player in
Andrews who never takes a
day off, regardless of health or


injury,.and a player in Parrish
who views his role as more
than simply playing the game.
"I think Colby's going to be
more of an all-around guy,"
Tomlinson said. "He's going
to be able to hit for the average
and help them out offensively.
He's going to be able to run
down balls in the outfield.
"I think Seth will help out
with leadership. I think he's
going to try to take the team on
his back."
Tomlinson said Chason
Andrews, an outfielder, was
simply looking for someone to
give him a chance. Now that
Thomas has, Tomlinson
believes Andrews will make
the most of it.
Also, Tomlinson said
Andrews is a little like Parrish.
"Chason's another one who
will lead," Tomlinson said. "A
lot of times, people don't take
him too seriously because he
likes to joke and play, but ne'll
be one, I think, who will lead."
Dukes has shown how
determined he is to play by
working out, staying in shape
and staying on top of his game
despite not getting an
opportunity to play right out of
high school last year,
Tomlinson said.
"Grateful" also describes
Dukes. Dukes admitted he did
not pursue a collegiate playing
opportunity as hard as he
should have during his senior
year at UCHS. He thought he
might never play ball again,
but this past spring, he began
working out when it seemed he
might get that chance,
eventually going to Thomas
for a tryout.
See SIGNING page 7B



Signing their
names on the
necessary
T.- paperwork are
future Thomas
S,, University
baseball
players Walter
Bradley (left)
and Chason
S Andrews. *


HONOR
Continued from Page 1B

Fike, a member of the 1"
Battalion, 1 16"' Field Artillery
Regiment, died Sept. 24, 2010,
at the age of 55 after a battle
with cancer. He had been
deployed to Kuwait and was
evacuated to the U.S. due to
his illness.
"Several years ago-and
several wars ago-President
John Fitzgerald Kennedy said,
'A nation reveals itself not
only by the men it produces,
but by the men it honors, the
men it remembers.' Today,"
Gallant said, "we remember
and honor the American
serviceman-soldiers, sailors,
airmen and Marines. Ordinary
men and women who died
while in military service.
"We also celebrate the
service and sacrifice of three
great American soldiers-Staff
Sgt. Tracey Brogdon, I"' Sgt.
Kenny Fike and Spc. Marc
Whisenant."
Though a time to remember
those who have died, Gallant
said Memorial Day should be
more than a day of mourning.
It is a time to think of life and
what lies ahead, thanks to
those in the military.


Local theater
hosting a
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tourney June 17
The Lake Region
Community Theater is hosting
a "Make Par for the Arts" golf
tournament on Friday, June 17,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
The tournament format is a
four-man t scramble with a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.
Prizes will, be awarded.
Lunch will be provided.
To sponsor a hole or register
to play, please call Nancy
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Florida will bear witness to
the only event of its kind in the
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Presidency 5. The crown jewel
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This is a can't-miss event for
Republican activists, local and
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Feb. 1, 2011, has an
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Helen and Charles Perdue bow their heads during the
closing prayer at the Camp Blanding Memorial Day
ceremony.


"It is fitting that our nation
chooses the last Monday in
May as Memorial Day,"
Gallant said. "This day marks
the beginning of summer.
What could be a more fitting
tribute to the men and women


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Bradford County delegates
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regular meeting of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee at 5 p.m.
at Capital City Bank of Starke.


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Thursday, June 2, 2011 Telegraph,.Times ae Monitor B Section 7B



BHS rolls despite penalties,


efeats Oakleaf in classic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Quarterback Austin
Chipoletti threw two first-half
touchdown passes,; while
defensive back Devin Paulk
had two interceptions in
Bradford's 28-3 win over
Oakleaf in a spring classic on
May 27 in Orange Park.
'Chipoletti completed 9-of-16
passes for 102 yards, which
was just 22 yards less than
Oakleaf-a second-year
program-gained overall
against a stingy, opportunistic
Bradford defense. The
'Tornadoes gave up 148 total
'Zyards, made nine tackles
behind the line of scrimmage
and forced four turnovers. Two
of those occurred in the red
zone, including a fumble on p
first-and-goal play from the 3-
;yard line that was recovered by
.Tr6 Edmond right before the
,:end of the first half. a
"Our defense was able to
make stops when they needed
to," head coach Derek
Chipoletti said. "We run to the
ball well. We're pretty fast.
Our kids work out hard in the
weight room.
"I think that showed
tonight."
Paulk and fellow defensive
back Ja'Quez Calloway had a
knack for being around the
ball. Both of Paulk's
interceptions were off of balls
tipped by Calloway. Paulk
returned his second pick for a
touchdown in the third quarter
that put the Tornadoes up 21-0.
The game had its highlihts
,offensively and defensively,
'but numerous, costly penalties
left Chipoletti with a bad taste
ain his mouth. Bradford was
"flagged 13 times for 155 yards,
[with two penalties negating
.touchdowns. All but one


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Devin Paulk makes the first of two interceptions in
Bradford's spring win over Oakleaf.


penalty were either for
.holding, personal fouls or
unsporstmanlike conduct.
Chipoletti said he could live
with the holding penalties
since it was a spring game.
The 15-yarders, though, are
another matter.
"It's a spring game,"
Chipoletti said. "We're going
to be sloppy. Things are going
to happen in a spring game,
but personal fouls-that's what
losers do. It really is.
"If we're going to be
winners, we've got to change
that."
The Tornadoes were
whistled for an
unsporstmanlike conduct


penalty on 'their first
possession of the game, but
still managed to score. Wide
receiver Brandon Thomas
gained 32 yards on. an end-
around play to give Bradford a
first down at the Oakleaf 21.
Austin Chipoletti then hit
receiver Kenny Dinkins with a
short pass over the middle,
which Dinkins turned into a
touchdown with 7:23 to play.
Nathan Smith added the PAT
for a 7-0 lead.
Defensive lineman Phillip
James made his presence felt'
early. He had a sack for a 3-
yard loss on Oakleaf's second
See BHS page 12B


Indians rally from early


deficit, but lose classic 21-14


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
Keystone Heights gave the
visitQrs from Pedio.'MN4,nendez
High School a 21-point head
start before posting 14
unanswered points of its own,
resulting in a oie-touchdown
:win for the visitors from St.
Johns County in a May 27
spring football classic.
Lightning and a thunder'
shower led officials to delay
kickoff for 49 Minutes. That
postponement prompted both
coaches 'to agree to a running
clock for the second half.
Menendez threatened on its
,second drive, marching 10
plays to the Keystone 1-yard
line, but on third-and-goal, the
Falcons muffed a handoff.
Defenders Dalton Beard and
Daniel Williams raced to the
loose ball in the Menendez
backfield, with Beard coming
Sway with the prize.
On the following play,
however, Keystone returned
the favor when a Falcons
defender jarred the ball loose
from Indians running back
Alex Gonzales. Menendez
quarterback Ryan Dentmon
then tossed a 6-yard pass to
Fred Whitehead for the game's
first score. Austin Stewart
added the extra point, and the
Falcons jumped out to a 7-0
lead.
Another mistake punished
Keystone later in the'- same
'quarter. With the Indians
driving to the Menendez 15, a
Falcons defensive lineman
leaped to knock down an Evan
Harvey pass, but hung onto the
ball, pocketing the turnover.
On the next play, the Indians
failed to get one of their
corners on the field, leaving
Falcons receiver Dalton
Lemaster uncovered.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson tried to call timeout,
but was too late. Lemaster took
in a Dentmon pass near the
right sideline, and easily
outran the remainder of the
Keystone secondary into the
end zone. SteWvart's PAT gave
the Falcons a 14-0 lead.
The home team's third
turnover of the half led to
another Menendez
score. Midway through the
second quarter, the Indians
drove from their own 25 to the
Menendez 37 before losing the
ball on a fumble.
The Falcons took over, and
in seven plays covering more


than 37 yards, produced their
third and final touchdown of
the night-a 15-yard pass from
Dentni,.n .to Micah
Findley.:Stewart "'added the
extra point, giving the visitors
a 21-0 lead.
With less than two minutes
:in the half, the Indians played
error-free football. Starting on
its own 25, the Keystone
offense took only 1:48 to hit
.pay dirt, with Harvey
completing passes to Chase
Julius and Gonzales, ,and
contributing two runs of his
own totaling 19
yards. Tra'Von Thomas added
a 20-yard gallop during the
eight-play drive.
Harvey completed the surge
with a 17-yard pass to Julius.
On that play, the junior
receiver, facing man-to-man
coverage, drove his opponent
to the 3-yard line, then cut to
the sideline pnd corralled
Harvey's throw. Julius then
evaded the defender's attempt
to corral him, staggered-to stay
in bounds and sidestepped
across the goal line with two
seconds left in the half.
Logan Stanley added the
point after touchdown, leading
to a halftime score of 21-7.
On their first possession of
the third quarter, the Indians
picked up where they left off
in the first half, executing a
nine-play five-minute drive.
In that effort, Gonzales rushed
for 16 yards on five attempts
.and Harvey connected with
tight end Matthew Dickinson
for a 19-yard
completion. Bruce Kirksey
added 20 yards on two jaunts,
including a 17-yard scoring
run. Stanley added the extra
point, leading to cap the
scoring at 21-14.


After the game, Keystone
coach Chuck Dickinson said
he was particularly pleased
with the performance of
Gonzales.
"He was running hard, and
he was punishing the guys who
were tackling him," Dickinson
said.
The coach added that his
own defense was hampered by
the large number of
replacements he had to fill
from graduation, which led to
a simplified defensive game
plan.
"We were a little vanilla in
what we did, and they went to
a new offense that we had
never seen, so we had to make
adjustments during the game,"
Dickinson said. "That's the
problem you have when
somebody changes their
offense and you haven't had
any film on them."


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The Union County 10-and-under girls finished the season with an 11-1 record, with
wins over Santa Fe, Chiefland, Fort White, Keystone Heights, Starke, and Lawtey.
Pictured are: (front, I-r) Kayla Weeks, Jessie Howard, Kamaya Cohen, Tanner
Canada, Chamberlain Gibson, (middle, I-r) Jenna Ritch, Justice Kite, Kyler Herndon,
Bailey Garrett, Summer Fulgham, (back, I-r) and coaches Eric Hall, Jim Godwin and
Kyler Cohen.


SIGNING
Continued from Page 6B

"I'm really excited," Dukes
said. "People who sit out a
year don't really get a lot of
opportunities. I got that
opportunity. I'm fortunate to
get it."
Dukes said he will now
, "work just as hard as everyone
else, if not harder. I can still hit
a fastball, curveball or
changeup."
It may have been a year ago,
but when Dukes last played, he
batted .390 for the Tigers,
hitting five home runs and
driving in 20 runs.
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Chason Andrews and Parrish
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"It feels good to know what
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If that did happen, it would
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"We're. turning this into a
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Obituaries


MVIaria Chavarria
LAKE BUTLER-Maria
Gonzalez Chavarria. 78. of Lake
Butler passed away Thursday,
Ma\ 26. 2011. at Shands UF
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Mrs. Chavarria \\as born in
Losna. Texas. as the daughter of
the late Benito Gonzalez and
Faustina Pesina. -She had lived in
Lake Butler for the last 30 years.
She was a homemaker and was of
the Catholic faith.
She is survived by: her husband
of60 years, Antonio Chavarria Sr.
of Lake Butler; her children. Olga
Rodgers. Diana Garcia, Yolanda
Rivera, Rosa M. Perez, Anna M.
Chavarria, Antonio Chavarria Jr..
Luis Chavarria. Thelma Montoya,
Norma Sendejas. Pablo Chavarria,
Josa Chavarria. Maria Calvo.
Ramiro Chavarria, David
Chavarria, John Chavarria.
Stanley Chavarria and Alfredo
Chavarria: and 53 grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May
29 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home in Lake Butler. Interment
followed in Dekle Cemetery.
Arrangements were under the care
of Archer Funeral Home.

Leacey Cruce
GAINESVILLE Leacey
Geneva Cruce, 84, of Gainesville
passed away Saturday, May 28,
2011, at E.T. York Haven Hospice
in Gainesville.
Mrs. Cruce was born in Palatka
as the daughter of the late Gus M.
Gunter and Addic Lamb Gunter.
She lived most of her life in
Gainesville.
Mrs. Cruce is survived by: her
companion, Ward Baily;
daughters, Deborah Colding,
Patricia Osborne and Susanna
Brow, all of Gainesville; a
stepdaughter, Leona Epstein of
New Orleans; sons, Edward Green
of Gainesville and Patrick Cruce
of Bolfo Springs; sisters, Myrtle
Gunter of Gainesville and Louise
Reeves of Macclenny; and 20
grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Calop J. Cruce, and
her stepson, Michael Cruce.
Funeral services foliMrs. Cruce
were held May 30 in the chapel of
Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler with the Rev. Jeff Ray
conducting the services. Interment
followed in Afitioch Cemetery in
LaCrosse. Arrangements were
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home.

Charles Green
STARKE--Charles Wayne
Green, 72, of Starke died Sunday,
May 29, 2011, at his home
following an extended illness.
Mr. Green was born on March
30, 1939, in Columbus, Ga., as the
son of the late Charlie E. Green
:and Waurene Yarbrough Green.
He moved to Starke from
Jacksonville in 1984.
Mr. Green was a restaurant
manager and had been a
professional dog handler for 40
years. He was a member of'the
-Professional Dog Handler's
Association Inc. Mr. Green served
in 'the U.S. Army and was of the


Baptist faith.
He is survived by: his wife of
25 years, Carol Nixon Green of
Starke: a son, Martin (Jane) Green
of Starke; stepsons, Bruce
(Yvonne) McClenathan of Spring
Lake. N.C., and John (Nadine)
McClenathan of Mt. Gilead, Ohio;
siblings, Lamar (Peggy) Green
and Zonelle Taylor, both of
Columbus. Ga., Gerald (Charlotte)
Green of Blairsville, Ga., and
Herman (Audrey) Green of Lee,
Ala.; six grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m. at
Madison Street Baptist Church in
Starke. A private burial will take
place at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
Hospice of the Nature Coast, 150
N. Main St., High Springs, FL
32643, or the Madison Street
Baptist Church Building Fund,
900 W. Madison St., Starke. FL
32091.
Arrangements are under the
care of Jones Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Howard Henry
WALDO-Howard Hugh
Henry, 56, of Waldo passed away
Saturday. May 28, 2011 at the VA
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Me. Henry was a correctional
officer at Florida State Prison and
a member of the PBA.
He is survived by: his wjfe of
'40 years, Vickie Henry of Waldo:
daughters, Tiffany Henry of Lake
Butler and Kimberly Henry of
Hawthorne; sons, John Fisher of
Daytona Beach and Jacob Henry
of Ft. Stewart, Ga.; his father,
Jerry H. Henry of Bronson; a
brother, Charles Henry of Apopka;
sisters, Brenda Harrison of
Apopka and Padla Brassart of
Mascot; and six grandchildren.
Mr. Henry was preceded in
death by his mother, Mary Proctor
Henry.
A private memorial service will
be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Moring Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Pete Hodge Sr.
BROOKER-Pete Hodge Sr.,
74, of Brooker passed away
Thursday, May 26, 2011.
Mr. Hodge was the son of the
late Dennis arid Effie Hodge and
was a lifelong resident of Brooker.
He was an Army veteran who
served in the Korean conflict. He
retired as a sergeant with th.e
Florida Department. of Corrections
at the Reception and Medical
Center in Lake Butler.
*Mr. Hodge' is survived by:
daughters, Venessa Hodge,
Teressa Johns,. Sue Ann Page and
Tammy Wopshall; sons, Pete
Hodge Jr., Danny Wilkerson and
David Hodge; 15 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his wife, Sue Page Hodge.
Funeral services were held May
28 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
.Home in Lake Butler with the
Rev. Terry Elixson conducting the
services. Interment followed in


Dedan Cemetery. Arrangements
were under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.


- Okey L. Jones


Okey Jones
TAMPA-Okey L. Jones, 89,
of Tampa passed' away Sunday,
May 29, 2011, at Melech Hospice
House with family by his side.
Mr. Jones was born in
Covington, Va., on April 1, 1922,
to the late Hida F. Jones and
Mabel Kemper Jones. lie served
his country during World War 11
for four years in the United States
Navy, and was deployed in the
South Pacific on the ship Samuel
T. Darling when his ship was
torpedoed by the Japanese at
Okinawa, Japan. He and four other
sailors floated on a life raft for Il 1
days.
They survived on only one sea
ration biscuit and four ounces of
water twice a day. They were
rescued by a Dutch transport boat,
and were only given half of a
sandwich due to their poor
condition. Okey worked for
Raleigh Hardware for several
years in Beckley, W.Va., after
returning from the military.
He worked. for Wilson's Meat
Company for 30 years, and then
worked for Blue Ribbon Meat
Company in Tampa until it closed.
He worked at the fairgrounds in
Tampa for eight years' before he
retired.
Okey was preceded in death by
his wife, Lily Mae Jones; his
daughter, Eunice "Sissy" Jones;
his sister, Francis Pauline Jones;
his brothers, Dover "Bob" Jones
and Paul D. Jones; and his sons,
Jeffery and Edward "Huey" Neats.
He is survived by: his loving
wife, Virginia "Jenny" Dicandio
Jones of Tampa; his sons, Everett
R. "Jeeolp (Donna) Jones of
Seffner, Frank (Gwen). Jones of
Tampa, and Donald (Glenda)
Neats of Tampa; his brothers, Fred
(Louise) Jones of Roanoke. Va.,
and John (Shirley) Jones of
Covington, Va.; his sisters,
Beatrice'(Fred). Smith of Starke,
Lucille (Howard) Morrison of
Winter.Haven, and Mary Pagan of
Tampa; his 12 grandchildren, nine
great-grandchildren and more than
100 nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on
.June I at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services with Pastor Wayne


Spratlin officiating. Interment
followed at Pine Grove
Congregational Methodist Church
Cemetery. Family received friends
on June 1 at the funeral home. In
lieu of flowers, please make
*donations to LifePath Hospice,
11125 N. 52nd St., Temple
Terrace, FL 33617. Arrangements
are under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
Visit www.archietannerfuneral
services.com to sign the family's
guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Ronnie Lane
PALMETTO-Ronnie H.
Lane, 67, of Palmetto passed away
Sunday, May 29, 2011, at
Manatee Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Lane was born in
Jacksonville on June 12, 1943, to
Mae Rowland-Lane and the late
Stephen H. Lane. He was of the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Lane is survived by: his
wife of 17 years, Marsha Lane of
Palmetto; children, Mischelle
(David) Matteson of Bryceville;
William (All) Scott of Bradenton;
Stephen Scott of Georgia; Amy
Vester of Starke; Kimberly
Buckley of Elmira, N.Y., and
Donald (Mindy) Vester of Terre
Haute, Ind.; his mother, Ola Mae
Lane; siblings, Thomas Laneand
Tammi Brent; and 11
grandchildren. ,
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Brandy Taylor, and
brother, Johnny Lane.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, June 2, from 7-9
p.m. at Archie Tanner Funeral
Home in Starke.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, June 3, at 11 a.mn. at the
funeral home with Pastor Jimmie
Scott conducting the services.
Arrangements are under the care
of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.

Bland Matthews
ALACHUA-Bland Clifford
Matthews, 76, of Alachua passed
away Sunday, May 29, 2011, at
his home, following a brief illness.
Mr. Matthews was born in Lake
Butler as.the son of the late J.L.
Matthews and Mary Bielling
Matthews. He lived most of his
life in Alachua and owned "and
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I Obituaries


El


I Crime & Punishment


Andrew Munden
LAKE BUTLER-Andrew Pat
Munden Jr., 86, of Lake Butler
died Saturday, May 28, 2011, at
Shands UF Hospital in Gainesville
after an accidental fall.
Mr. Munden was born in
Marshall, Texas. He moved to
Lake Butler in 1959 and had lived
in Eatonville. Wash., before
moving back to Lake Butler in
2009. He was a retired
superintendent of Florida Gas
Transmission near Brooker. He
was also a U.S. Navy veteran.
Mr. Munden was a member of
the First Christian Church
Disciples of Christ of Gainesville.
He was the son of the late Andrew
Pat Munden Sr. and Bess
'Lancaster Munden. He was also
preceded in death by a daughter,
Shannon M. Sparks, and a sister,
Marjorie Munden.
Mr. Munden is survived by: his
wife, Mildred "Millie" D. Munden
of Lake Butler; a daughter
Patricia Marie (Larry) Munden-
Dixson of Savannah, Ga.; a son,
Jodie Lee (Susan) Munden of San
Clemente, Calif.; 'six
grandchildren, five great-
grandchildren and one great-great-
grandson.
Memorial services will be held
on Saturday, June 4. at 2 p.m. in
the chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with Pastor
Tom Gibson conducting the
services. There will be no
visitation. Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Marshall Palmer
LAKE BUTLER-Marshall E.
Palmer, 63, of Lake Butler passed
away suddenly on Thursday, May
26, 2011, as a result of a
motorcycle accident in Lake City.
Mr. Palmer was born in
Jacksonville, but lied most of his
life in Wahneta and Lake Butler.
He was an Army veteran who
served in Vietnam. He retired
from the Florida Department of
Corrections after serving for 22
years.
Mr. Palmer was a member of
the Lake Butler Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints.
He is survived by: his wife of
43 years, Julianne Kerce Palmer; a
son, Marshall Palmer Jr.; a sister,
Ethel Palmer of Lake Butler; and.
!three grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May
:31 in the Lake Butler Ward with
,Bishop Bobby Cabral conducting
the services; Archer'Funeral Home


of Lake Butler was in charge of
the arrangements.


May 31 at the -Hayes Center
School in Nebraska with Pastor
Jean Miller conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Haves Center Cemetery.
The family requests that. in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to
the charity of the donor's choice.
Visit www.carpenterbreland.com
to sign the online guestbook or
leave a message of condolence for
the family.
Arrangements are 'under the
care of Carpenter Breland Funeral
Home of McCook, Neb.


Johnny R. Scott


Johnny Scott
HAYES CENTER, NEB.-
Johnny R. Scott, 65, of Hayes
Center, Neb., passed away
Wednesday, May 25, 2011, at the
Great Plains Regional Medical
Center in North Platte, Neb.
Mr. Scott was born on Sept. 25,
1945, as the son of the'late Reese
Raymond and Jessie Mae (Jones)
Scott. The family lived in Starke.
In 1963, he graduated 'from
Bradford High School and enlisted
in the U.S. Army, serving'as a
radio operator and Morse
interceptor. He was honorably
discharged in July of 1970.
On Aug. 8, 1970, Mr. Scott was
married to Cheryl Fowler in
Kingsland, Ga. The family made
its home in Jacksonville before
moving to Hayes Center, Neb., in
1976. The family owned and
operated Scott's Grocery in
Nebraska.
Mr. Scott was a member of the
UCC Congregational Church,
Lions Club, Palisade VFW and the
American Legion. He was a
volunteer with the Hayes Center
Fire Department.
He is survived by: his wife.
Cheryl Scott of Hayes Center,
Neb.; a son Joshua (Tiffiny) Scott
of Gilbert, Ariz.: a daughter,
Stephanie (Dustin) Tinsman of
Hastings, Neb.; sisters, Elizabeth
(Michael) Gdza of Amelia and
JoAnn (Bill) Diddell of
Jacksonville; and four
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held on


Truelove Smith


Truelove Smith
LAWTEY-Truelove Smith,
88, of Lawtey passed away
Saturday, May 28. 2011, at Haven
Hospice E.T. York Care Center
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Smith was born on July
15, 1922, in Ebb and attended the
local schools there. She moved to
Lawtey and attended secondary
school in Bradford County.
She worked as a dietitian with
the Bradford County school
system. She was a member of St.
John Missionary Baptist Church,.
where she served on the Mothers'
Board and in the Prayer Band.
Mrs. Smith is survived by: a
daughter, Jacqueline (Derrick)
Richburg of Ft. Lauderdale; one
grandson and one great-grandson.
Visitation will be held on
Friday, June 3, at Haile Funeral
Home in Starke. Family hour is
from 3-4 p.m. and the family will
receive friends from 4-8 p.m.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, June 4, at 1 p.m. at St.
John Missionary Baptist Church
with the Rev. James Rackley
conducting the services. A
viewing will be held at the church
one hour prior to the services and
the cortege will form at the home
of Mrs. Smith in Lawtey at 12:30
p.m. Interment will follow the
services in Peetsville Cemetery in
Lawtey.
Arrangements are under the
care of Haile Funeral Home of
Starke.


Grow flowers of gratitude
in the soil of prayer.
-Terri Guillemets


KH bar
manager
ordered to
appear in court
Paul Anthony Wellborn, 46,
of Keystone Heights was
issued an order to appear in
court after alleged violations of
the adult entertainment
establishment ordinances were
discovered in the Keystone
Saloon while Welborn was
acting as manager.
According to the report by
Clay-County Sheriffs Office
Investigator G.B. Ward,'
undercover officers were in the
Keystone Saloon on the
evening of May 20. Welborn
was present and acting as
manager.
Ward reported that during
the bar's "lingerie night"
Welborn directed female
dancers up onto the bar at
various times where they
exposed themselves while
wearing G-strings and see-
through underwear.
This allegedly happened in
full view of Welbom and with
his approval.
The report also stated that
the female dancers simulated
oral sex on one another while
dancing on the -bar. They
received tips from patrons and
put the tips in a glass jar on the
bar.

Charges added
to former officer
Additional charges were
added this week to those
against Kenyatta J. Sheffield,
35, of Jacksonville.
Formerly a part-time Lawtey
Police Department officer,
Sheffield is accused of
requiring people to pay traffic
fines to him directly, instead of
to the courthouse.
An additional count -of
offering a bride and one count
of accepting a bribe were
added May, 24 to those
pending against Sheffield.
He was booked into the
Bradford County Jail and
released on May 25.

Man charged
manslaughter
in AT&T
worker's death
David Michael White, 49, of
Keystone Heights was charged
May 25 with negligent
vehicular manslaughter, DUI
vehicular manslaughter and
driving while license is
suspended or revoked.
He is being held in the
Bradford County Jail on a
$100,000 bond and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
White's arrest resulted from
the investigation that followed


the Feb. 4 crash that took the
life of AT&T worker Jason D.
Wisham, 29, of Palatka.
Wisham was working at the
base of a utility pole at the side
of S.R. 100 in Bradford
County when he was struck
and killed in the Feb. 4 crash.
According to the Feb. 4
report submitted by Florida
Highway Patrol Sgt. J. Powell,
Wisham was transported to
Shands UF following the
crash, where he was
pronounced dead.
The report said that Wisham
had legally parked his 2001
Chevrolet van at the side of
S.R. 100, just east of Hope
Baptist Church. Wisham was
at the base of a nearby utility
pole when the 2000 Plymouth
van driven by White left S.R.
100 and traveled onto the
shoulder of the road.
White's van struck Wisham
and then continued forward,
striking Wisham's parked
vehicle. White's van rotated
and overturned before coming
to rest on the shoulder. White
was also seriously injured in
the crash.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
St. Paul Renard Allen, 42, of
Riverview was arrested May
27 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Rhonda Sue Alvarez, 39, of
Starke was arrested May 27 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
larceny. She was released on
May 28.
Pervess E. Anderson, 22, of
Delray Beach was arrested
May 28 by SPD officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and on
an out-of-county warrant. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Katie Ritch Arn, 22, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
SPD officers for dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set
at $5,000"and she was released
on bond May 26.
Rena Akers Arnold, 38, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
SPD officers for trespassing.
She was released on May 23.
Willie Clarence Baker, 61,
of Starke was arrested May 25
by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual and


possession of narcotic
equipment. He was released on
May 25. N
Charles A. Barnes, 29, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by
SPD officers for failure to
register as a sex offender.
Bond was set at $25,000 and
he was released on bond May
27.
Connie Carter Bellamy, 44,
of Starke was arrested May 25
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. Bond was set
at $500 and she was released
on bond May 25.

Robert James Bellamy, 44,
of Starke was booked into the
Bradford County Jail on May
25 on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at $500
and he 'was released on bond
May 25.
Travis James Brendle, 29, of
Starke was arrested May 26 by-
BCSO deputies for grand theft'
auto. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released on bond.
May 27.
Pamela Diane Brown, 46,
was arrested May 26 by SPD
officers for retail theft. She
was released May 26.
Tom Lee Brown, 64, of
Starke was arrested May 27 by
BCSO deputies for criminal-
mischief with property
damage. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 27.
Keisha Marie Cain, 21, of
Starke was arrested May 29 by
BCSO deputies for driving.
while license is suspended or
revoked and attaching a tag not
assigned to the vehicle. She
was released on May 29.
Shauntel Leshea Carter, 23,
of Starke was arrested May 27:
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of sale of cocaine, two
counts of possession -of
cocaine with intent to sell, one
count of battery and two
counts of failure to appear in
court for original misdemeanor
charges. Bond was set at
$112,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Anthony George Catalano,
21, of Jacksonville was
arrested May 29 by Lawtey
Police Department (LPD)
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana'.
He was released on May 30.
Luisa Celis, 23, of'
Pembroke Pines was arrested
May 29 ,by officers of the
Department of Corrections
inspector general's office for
smuggling contraband into a
prison, possession of less than
20 grams of marijuana and
possession 'of a controlled,
substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$2,100 and she was released.
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
loshua S. Crawford, 38, of
Brooker was arrested May 26
by BCSO deputies for
obtaining a controlled
substance through fraud. He
was released on May 26.
Monica Doxey, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 25 by Clay County.
Sheriff's Office (CCSO)
deputies on a warrant for grand
theft. ,
Joshua Elliott, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 25 by CCSO deputies for
grand theft, dealing in stolen
property and providing false
information to a lawn dealer.
Michael Daniel Elliott, 21,
of Lawtey was arrested May
28 by BCSO deputies for DUI.
He was released on May 28.
Theresa Ann Fugatt, 35, of
Lawtey was arrested May 23
by BCSO deputies for using
another person's ID without
their knowledge. Bond was set
at $5,000 and she was released
on bond May 25.
Charles Arthur Futch III, 26,
of Brooker was arrested May
29 by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) deputies for
grand theft auto. Bond was set
at $10,000 and he remained in
the Bradford County Jail as of
press time.
Daniel Garelick, 31, of
Lawtey was arrested May 23
by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for domestic battery.
Carl Gates, 48, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 24
by CCSO deputies for failure
to report a change of residence
as required by law.
Alfred Lynell George, 56, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
27 by BCSO deputies for
driving. while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Virginia Gillen, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 27 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for passing a
worthless check.
Hesley Griffis, 18, of Starke
was arrested May 24 by CCSO
deputies for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription, possession of less
than 20 grams of mairjuana
and possession of narcotic
equipment.
-Aaron Charles Gunter, 32,
of Starke was arrested May 29
by BCSO deputies for
aggravated battery on a
pregnant victim. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he was released


$2500


on bond May 30.
Dennis J. Harrington, 57, of
Waterbury, Conn., was
arrested May 26 by BCSO
deputies for driving with a
license that was expired more
than four months. Bond was
set at $500 and he was released
on May 26.
Clarence Hemmings, 53, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
28 by driving while license is
suspended or revoked. He was
released on May 28.
Kristy Lynn Hubner, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by BCSO deputies for
DUI. Bond was set at $1,000
and she was released on bond
May 29.
Shannon Arnold Jenkins, 3 1,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 24 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail on an
out-of-county warrant. She
was released on May 24.
William Earl Kapellan, 23,
of Starke was arrested May 29
by BCSO deputies for felony
domestic battery and cruelty to
children (because a child was
present). Bond was set at
$7,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Shaun David Koonce, 28,
was arrested May 25 by BCSO
deputies for felony domestic
battery. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 26.
Walter Gage Leukel, 20, of
Starke was arrested May 28 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. He was released on
May 28.
Sylvester Lott, 55, of Starke
was arrested May 29 by SPD
officers for disturbing the
peace. Bond was set at $2,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Bryant Steven Malcolm, 33,
of Starke was arrested May 28
by BCSO deputies for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond May 28.
Casey McRae, 33, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 25 by
UCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony charge. Bond was set at
$4,000 and she was released
on bond May 26.
Samuel Monto, 56, of
Lyndhurst, N.J., was arrested
May 28 by Department of
Transportation officers for
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond May 29.
Antonio Denard Moore, 38,
of Hollywood was -arrested
May 29 by officers of the
Department of Corrections
inspector general's office for
smuggling a controlled
substance into a prison and
possession of less than 20


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possession of narcotic
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Christian Adam Myers, 23,
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arrested May 28 by BCSO
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of less than 20 grams of
marijuana and possession of
narcotic equipment. He was
released on May 28.
Casey Napier, 27, of Starke
was arrested May 28 by BCSO
deputies for battery. She was
released on May 29.
Steven Andrew Nugent, 27,
of Hampton was arrested May
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counts of violation of
probation for original felony
charges. He was being held on
no bond and remained in jail as
of press time.
Keri Padgett, 20, of Starke
was arrested May 24 by CCSO
deputies for possession of a
controlled substance without a
prescription.
Mary Pitts, 27, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 25
by CCSO deputies on warrants
for two counts of failure to
appear in court.
Andre Trendell Robinson,
37, of Tampa was arrested
May 26 by SPD officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond May 27.
Kevin Rohlin, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 29 by CCSO deputies for
two counts of burglary of a
structure, one count of grand
theft and one count of petit
theft.
Telvin Rudolph Sweeting,
19, of Starke was arrested May
29 by SPD 'officers for
robbery, aggravated battery


and two counts of larceny. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Krystal Lashawn Troutman,
26, of Starke was arrested May
25 by SPD officers for two
counts of battery. Bond was set
at $2,000 and she was released
on bond May'26.
Kristopher Wanton, 28, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 27 by CCSO deputies for
battery.
Johsua Watts, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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Donna West; 46, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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violation of an injunction for
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Steven Wilkerson, 48, of
Lawtey was arrested May 23
by LPD officers as an out-of-
state fugitive from justice. He
was being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Willie James Williams, 65,
of Gainesville was arrested
May 28 by BCSO deputies for
DUI. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released on bond
May 28.
Kevin Lee Wilson, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 25 by
SPD officers for unarmed
burglary of a dwelling, larceny
and dealing in stolen property.


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he remained in jail as of press
time.
Freedom Cheryl Wolf, 36,
of Middleburg was arrested
May 29 by SPD officers for
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suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond May 29.
Johnathan Woodham, 46, of
Starke was arrested May 23 by
CCSO deputies for domestic
battery.
Johanna York, 28, of
Brandon was arrested May 29
by SPD officers for driving
with a license that was expired
for more than four months. She
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Land for Sale
LAND FOR SALE, 2 acres
or 4 lots. Steel Mill RD.
Starke. Assess value
$1,300, can be viewed
at Bradford County Tax
collector's web site using
reference # 04699-00200.
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more information.
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trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
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or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
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& Smith Realty, 904-422-
0470.
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Coftrierical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARK Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE & OFFICE
SPACE 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,200 per month. Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-964-
9222.
OFFICE SPACE DOWN-
TOWN, Reception area,
3 offices, kitchen,-' bath-
rooms, $750 per month.
Call 904-364-9022.
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Homes for Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.
2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
glass/screen enclosed
Florida room, front liv-
ing room, dining room
and family room with-real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2


car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
230 (Call Street)', great
area for kids and recre-
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call 352-494-7987 and
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Mobile Homes
for Sale
RENTERS WANTED/PAL-
ATKA 2008 Jacobson
28x60 3BR/2BA, Living
room, den, fireplace on
1 acre. Landscaped lot,
$40K takes'all or owner
will finance at $325/mo.
Home shows like new.
904-589-9585.
RENTERS WANTED/IN-
TERLACHEN 200832x80
4BR/2BA, glamour bath,
living room, den, fireplace
on 4 acres.- Landscaped
lot. An absolute steal at
$53k. Or owner will fi-
nance at $595/mo. 904-
589-9585.
MOTHER-IN-LAW APT.
PLUS, top quality Double-
wide, fenced big yard with
3 double gates (big truck,
boat, camper?) Keystone
Heights schools, $44K.
Trade in your old single-
wide for down payment.
352-473-5745.
ON DEER SPRINGS, Fleet-
wood 16x80 2/BR 2 full
'bath, handicap ramp,
carport, large deck, fac-
ing Deer Springs. New
carpeting throughout, all
electric, dish washer, re-
frigerator, range,CH/A.
Located on paved road,
beautiful treed lot. 2.5
miles from downtown
Keystone $59,000. 352-
473-2252.
OWNER FINANCE 40%
down wl land equity on
any new or used single-
wide or doublewide. Call
Randy-386-754-0198.
OWNER FINANCE (1)
Deer Creek New Modular
on land. (2) Deer Creek
New modular on land. (3)
Woodgate Village used
doublewide on lahd, Co-
lumbia County, $10,000
down, Call Randy 386-
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IN RAIFORD 3BR/2BA MH
2 screen porches, CH/A,
service animals only, no
smoking. $500 per month
+ $500 deposit. Call 386-
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MOVE- IN SPECIAL 2BR/
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352-318-3952, leave
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2BR/2BA SWMH, corner
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$550/mo., first, last, $300
deposit. 386-496-1146.
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Style Fleetwood on42
acres, large oaks. Good
shade 4BR/2BA, 32x80
living room, fireplace,
den. Rent to own-Buy.
No to low down payment,
$590/mo. 904-589-9585.
RENTERS WANTED /
LAKE BUTLER. 2005
28x80 4BR/2BA, living
room, den, fireplace on 2
acre lot. Completely land-
scaped home shows like
new. Owner has financing
or rent to own $495/m6.
904-589-9585.
3BR/2BA, DOUBLEWIDE,
CH/A, W/D hook up, stove,
refrigerator, large back
porch, outside storage.
$595/mo., security $500.
105 Campbell Lane, Mel-
rose. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
Plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.
IN LAWTEY4BR/2BACH/A,
water softner. $750/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit.
Call 904-364-9869.
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1 BA singlewide. After
4pm call 386-496-2599,
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959.


3BR/2BA, 1402 s.f. Home at 7556 Bay St., Keystone
Heights. Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, central heat & air,
alarm system, fireplace and ceiling fans. Recently
remodeled. $,000 deposit. Lease payment $695 mthly.
Within walking.distance of Jr. High School and High School.
Large shaded lot, near end of cul-de-sac.
Contact owner at heritage-investments@comcast.net or
call 904-807-7541.




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Fenced back yard. $800/
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BIG LAKE SANTA FE, Moth-
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BILE HOME for rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security. Call Rick at
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FOR RENT 2BR Apart-
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all utilities included. $650
per month. Call Joan at
904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
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homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
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678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
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per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec. deposit, $525. Lake
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473-2919.
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home. $950/
mo., first, last & security
deposit required. Call
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964-8431.
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE, on private land.
Fully furnished, iicls. TV.
$275. Cute little place
ideal one person, senior
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352-473-5745.
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dryer, lovely enclosed
porch, immaculate, small
second bedroom. $425/
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CH/A. In the town of Key-
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security deposit, yearly
tease. Credit approval
required. Call for more
info. 352-258-3898.
WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS "Splash
into a new home" 3/2 only
$659 per month, 2/2 only
$619 per month. 4/2 only
$729 per month, Subside
units available. Security
deposit $199 (with av-
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& dryer hook-ups, pool,
computer room, fitness
center, walking distance
to school & pets welcome!
Call 904-368-0007.
2B/2BA MOBILE HOME,
on two acres. 904-364-
6405.
HOUSE COUNTRY LIVING.
5 miles, from Starke. 2BR/
2BA. Living room, dinning
room, kitchen, utility room,
2 car carport,CH/A. $650/

mo. first, last.,Service
animals only. Call 904-
964-6718.
IN RAIFORD 3BR/2BA MH
2 screen porches, CH/A,
service animals only, no
smoking. $500 per month
+ $500 deposit Call 386-
431-1568.
NICE LOCATION 3BR/2BA
MH CH/A $650/Mo, first,
and last. Call 904-964-
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Tigers cap spring with 12-0 victory over Santa Fe in classic


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
There was a lot at stake in
regard to the Union County)
spring classic football game
against Santa Fe.
-Well, make that a lot at
"steak."
Head coach Ronny Pruitt
promised to buy steak dinners
for the players if the Santa Fe
offense was held out of the red
zone. The Tigers did just that,
allowing the Raiders to cross
midfield just twice and giving
up a total of 104 yards in a 12-
0 win on May 26.
"My wife doesn't know
about it yet," Pruitt said of his
promise to buy steak dinners,
ut he added, "They're going
to get their steaks."
Santa Fe, which drove inside
the Union 40 twice, had
trouble mounting much of a
threat against the Union
defense, which made sil
tackles behind the line of
scrimmage and held the
Raiders to an average of 2
yards per rushing attempt. The
Tigers forced three turnovers,
with Carl Alexander
recovering two fumbles and
Raymond Randolph recovering


one.
"What we want to do on
defense is have all II guys at
the ball," Pruitt said. "They
were all around the ball
(against Santa Ft)."
Union's offense did not
create man) scoring
opportunities for itself, but did
outgain the Raiders, compiling
206 yards. The bulk of that
came on the ground as Union
quarterbacks attempted only]
five passes. Josh Tyson rushed
for 125 yards and two
touchdowns on 25 carries, with
Prince Alexander adding 54
yards on seven carries.
Overall, the Tigers rushed
for 199 yards.
The rushing attack did not
get off to a great start, and
things did not look promising
at the start of the Tigers' third
possession of the game.
Daquin Edwards was dropped
for a 3-yard loss, and Tyson
was held to no gain, but
Alexander broke -free on a
long, reverse-field run that
would've given the Tigers a
first-and-goal at the 2 if not for
a penalty. Still, after the
penalty was marked off,
Alexander had a 33-yard run


and the Tigers a first down at
the Santa Fe 17.
A holding penalty pushed
the Tigers back, but
quarterback Austin Harden
completed a 7-yard pass to
Alexander to convert a third
down and put Union on the 9-
yard line. Tyson eventually
scored on a 4-yard run to put
the Tigers up 6-0 with 8:40 to
play in the second quarter. "
Union put together a
promising drive the next time
it had the ball, with Tyson
churning out 32 yards on five
carries. It was an 11-yard run
by Alexander that moved the
Tigers past midfield, while a
12-yard run by Tyson gave
them a first down at the Santa
Fe 32. The Raiders forced
Union into a fourth-and-7 play,
but quarterback Dylan Clark
was able to draw Santa Fe
offsides, setting up a fourth-
and-2 play. Clark, though, was
sacked for an 8-yard loss,
forcing the turnover on downs.
Two plays later, the Union
offense was back on the field
when Randolph recovered a
fumble at the Santa Fe 40.
However, only 40 seconds
.remained in the half, so the
'Tigers were unable to take
advantage of the opportunity.
The Raiders opened the
second half with a 21-yard
pass play that put them at the
Union 49. They eventually
drove to the 35, but a tackle by
Caleb Dukes was the first of
two consecutive tackles behind
the line of scrimmage. Cory
Hauk then held Santa Fe's
Brandon Willis to a 1-yard
reception on a third-and-16
play, forcing the Raiders to
punt.
Carl Alexander recovered a
fumble on the Raiders' second
series of the half, giving the
Tigers the ball 35 yards from
the end zone. Runs of 7 and 6
yards by Prince Alexander and
Tyson, respectively, set up first
down at the 22. A 9-yard run
by Tyson converted a third-
and-6 play, giving Union a
first down at the 9. Two plays
later, Tyson scored on a 3-yard
run, making it a 12-0 game six
seconds into.the final quarter.
Dukes and Kendall Wright
were in on numerous defensive
plays on the Raiders' next two
possessions, -while Carl
Alexander recovered his


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Union running
back Justin
Tyson carries
the ball as part
of a ground
game that
gained
approximately
200 yards.
Tyson rushed
for more than
100 yards and
scored twice.


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Continued from Page 7B

possession that forced a punt.
On the first play of the
Oakleaf's third possession,
James dropped running back
Dion Cheeseborough for a 3-
yard loss.
The Knights, though, would
march down the field on the
arm of quarterback Brandon
Pillsbury, who completed four
straight passes for 56 .yards.
Those plays, plus a 15-yard
penalty, helped put Oakleaf at
the Bradford 18, but an errant
snap was recovered by James
to end the threat.
Oakleaf's next drive was a
three-and-out series that
included defensive back Brian
Blackshear dumping receiver
Cortney Jones for a I-yard loss
on a third-and-4 play. A short
punt gave Bradford a first
down at the Oakleaf 35.
One play was all the
Tornadoes needed to increase
their lead as Deantrd Burch
caught a pass in stride over the
middle of the field from
Chipoletti for a touchdown
with 5:35 remaining in the first
half. The PAT was no good,
but Bradford led 13-0.
Oakleaf drove past midfield
on the ensuing series before
turning the ball over on
Paulk's first interception.
The Knights got the ball
back after forcing Bradford's
offense to go three-and-out.
LaRobert Mims' 22-yard
reception and a 15-yard
penalty moved Oakleaf to the
Bradford 15. A 12-yard
reception by Mims gave the
Knights first-and-goal at the 3,
but another turnover ended the
threat. Edmond's fumble
recovery allowed Bradford to
go into the half up by 13.
That lead increased less than
three minutes into the second
half when Paulk intercepted a


pass and returned it
approximately 30 yards for a
score. Chipoletti's pass to Joel
Prevatt on the two-point
conversion made it a 21-0
game.
Bradford tacked on its last
score with 5:36 to play.
Quarterback RJ. Buxton, who
had a 44-yard touchdown run
nullified by a penalty earlier in
the fourth quarter, hit
Demetrius Martin with a short
pass that Martin turned into a
31-yard touchdown. Smith's
PAT put the Tornadoes up 28-
0.
The Knights, taking
advantage of a Bradford
fumble, got a 32-yard field
goal from Jakob Harding in the
game's final minute.
Bradford finished the game
with 244 yards of.offense as


second fumble of the game.
The Raiders had one last
chance to try and get a score,
starting their final possession
at midfield. A 9-yard pass play
and offsides penalty gave them
a first down at the 36. Prince
Alexander brok up a pass
inside the Union 5-yard line,
while Carl Alexander,
Randolph and others ganged
up to hold a third-down
running play to no gain. Santa
Fe eventually turned the ball
over on downs.
It was the conclusion to
what Pruitt termed a successful
spring.
"Effort and attitude have
been what Pve asked for all
spring," he said. "I got nothing
but good effort and good
attitude."


the running ,game accounted
for 109 yards. Dexter Clayton,
the workhorse running back
from last season, gained 60
yards on 14 carries, while
Isaiah Jamison had 29 yards on
five carries.
Burch led the receiving
corps with 52 yards on four
receptions.
When it was all said and
done-and penalties aside-
coach Chipoletti got exactly
what he wanted.
"I wanted to come away
with a 'W' because I felt like
we should get one," he said.
"That's not a knock on
(Oakleaf). That's just where
we're at and where they're at
in our programs.
"The big thing, though, is
we came away injury-free."


Dexter.Clayton carries the ball for the Tornadoes. He
was the leading ground-gainer, with the bulk of his
work occurring in the first half.


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