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Tigers ride 4th-quarter rally to
13-10 win over West Nassau, 7B


RMC is UC Schools' Business
Partner of the Year, 3A


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A full WS town council, makes 1-1


progress on several issues '

Flying Tiger Airport being deeded back to Rimes family
BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN of months, the town heard a significantly harmful to the water
Times Editor presentation on Minimum Flows. resources or ecology of the area." :, :
and Levels that the Suwannee After the presentation, the next "';
The Aug. 6 meeting of the Rivet Water Management item of business was to roll back H:
Worthington Springs town District is establishing. Jon the millage rate to give taxpayers
council began with swearing Dinges, assistant executive
in its newest members: Vicki director for SRWMD, said that See WS, 2A
Cushman, Keith Parrish and MFLs determine, how much __'_________
Chris Schaffer. They' join water is needed to maintain the
members Pam Williams and health of a water system. These At the Aug. 6 meeting of
Betty Elixson to round out the include rivers, springs, lakes the Worthington Springs
town's five-member council, and aquifers. More specifically, town council, its newest k
Ronny Pinkston was sworn in the Florida Statutes states, "The members were sworn in
as mayor on June 4. minimum flow for a given .water by Mayor Ronny Pinkston:
Like other, area government course shall be the limit at which (L-r) Vicki Cushman, Keith
councils have over the last couple further withdrawals would be Parrish and Chris Schaffer.


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KINGS


The Union County High School Tigers, down at the half, 0-10, attacked the West Nassau High School Warriors
with 13 unanswered points all In the fourth quarter, on the road, to win the game, 13-10. The current senior
class has never lost a regular season game, and the streak continues. Read the full game analysis on 7B.
ABOVE: The Tigers celebrate as the marchl'hg band plays "Amazing Grace" as it does after every game.


ABOVE: The Spirit of Union County Tiger Marching Band and tigerettes perform' Its first halftime show at
Wet Nassau, showcasing the group's first song, with more to come later In the season.


ROCK Hounds arrive at UCI
New program prepares shelter dogs
for adoption by 'forever' homes


Five perky pooches went to
prison on Aug. 22--but their
parole date is already just nine
weeks away.
.Union Correctional Institution
is initiating a new program where
inmates will train shelter dogs
to make them more adoptable.
Inmates at UCI will take these
animals and work with them
for nine weeks, ensuring they
are fully housebroken, trained
to walk on a leash and obey
voice commands, and trained to
behave themselves around other
dogs and people they don't know.
The resulting well-mannered
canines will be ideal pets for
individuals or families. The lives
of the dogs .are saved since
they are being obtained from a
kill shelter and might otherwise
have been euthanized and
someone gets a lifetime friend
in the process. Everyone wins,
even the inmates who will ejoy
training multiple groups of dogs
- possibly for years to come if the
UCI program is as successful as
some of the other dog programs
around the state.
'"This program has been highly
successful at other institutions,"
said Re-entry Officer Rachelle
Parrish, who is in charge of
the program at UCI. "We first
started looking at ajdog program
for UCI in 2012. A lot of people
did a lot of hard work to get the
program up and running, and
now we're ready to begin."
"'UCI's program has been
dubbed ROCK Hounds. ROCK
is an acronyfi for "Rehabilitation
of Castaway K-9s." The nae, is a
play on the historic housif unit
that was in operation at UCI for


ABOVE: This big-eared
beauty is Socks. He is one
of the medium-sized dogs
participating in the program.

many years. The unit was built
in the late 1920s and was called
"The Rock" because it was "as
solid as a rock." It operated until
1984 and was torn down in 1999.
The animals were carefully
screened by Jay King of Jay King's
Dog Academy. He helped choose
dogs that are not aggressive, thus
helping to ensure the safety of the
inmates handling the dogs and the
officers who supervise the inmates.
King has spent the past six years
assisting several other institutions
with starting dog training
programs and has been training
dogs for a total of 35 years.
King trains the inmates in the
techniques they will need to use
in training the dogs. Once the
inmates have those down, King
will begin acting as a consultant
for the program.
All of the training is carried
out by the inmates. The officers .
supervise the inmates, but do not
work directly with the dogs.
"Training the inmates is like
constructing a foundation for
a building'" said King. "If you
get the foundation right, then
everything else will fall. into
place. I'ii here to help (the inmate
trainers) get.the foundation right."
The dog program is funded by
FTrst Coast No More Homeless
Pets (www.FCNMHP.or). The
organization provides the animal
crates and kennels, dog food, pet
See ROCK, 2A.


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


WORTH

NOTING


Babe Ruth sign-ups 0
Sept. 14 at Spires IGi


Sign ups for Babe Ruth
fall baseball %\ill be Sept. 14
From 9:00 a.m.: until noon
in front of Spires IGA. Cost
will be $45 for T-ball and
$60 for all other age groups,
Sages 5-12 (playing age as of
May 1,2014).
Deadline for sign-ups is
Sept. 17 at the O.J. Phillips
Rec Center at 7:00 p.m.-no
exceptions.
Coaches and any person
wishing to volunteer, please
attend the meeting on Sept. 17
at 7:00 p.m. at the complex.
Congratulations to the
newly elected officers of
Union County Babe Ruth:
Pres. Beverly Lasseter
Vice Pres. Brett Parrish
Secretary Maria Kish
Treasurer Darlene Seay.
Feel free to contact
Beverly Lasseter at
lassetergogators@yahoo.com
or Steve Lynch at
slynch@bmequipment.com.

WS Senior Citizens
bingo on Sept. 20
The Worthinglon Springs
Senior Citizens Program
will host bingo on Friday,
Sept. 20, from 6 to 9 pn.m.
at the Worthington Springs
Community Centeron SR. 121.

50th Dukes amniy
reunion on SepLt.22
SThe annual Dukes reunion
will be held Ef the Lake
Butler Community Center
on SepL 22, with registration
beginning at 11:00 a., A
brief business meeting will
take place at 12:00 p.m., with
music, door prizes, and dinner
to follow. Family members are
asking others to help spread the
word and make ;his the best
reunion )L Those amending
"are reminded to bring th&r
fvorie covrd dish_ .
-,' r more information
cntact Bret fuDunest at
386-623-4952.
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.the Luzlu Community Center..
SThe center is, located on~ SIR.
*100 jst west wi' tumu on the
south side of the highway.
fror more information
call, Sue Hansemo at
386-752-2596.


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Official email addresses for
Worthington Springs town council

" Pat Harrell: clerkharrell@wlndstream.nqt
" Ronny Pinkston: mayorplnkston@wlndstream.net
" Vicki Cushman: councllcushman@wlndstream.net
" Betty Elixson: councllellxson@windstream.net
" Keith Parrish: councilpardsh@windstream.net
" Chris Schaffer: councllschaffer@windstream.net
" Pam Williams: councilwilllams@windstream.net


ws
Continued from 1A

a break while still generating
approximately the same amount
of revenue for the town, thanks
to increased real estate due to the
size and the number of homes in
the area.
Town clerk Pat Harrell gave
a report on the on-going repairs
of Chastain-Seay Park. She said
that one walkway was completed
and that all electrical had been
installed, but not hooked up
yet. Nothing had been done
yet on the boat ramp and dock,
presumably due to flooding of
the Santa Fe River from nearly
daily rainstorms.
At the Sept. 3 meeting, Harrell
provided another update, saying
that "the park restoration is
nearing completion, possibly
before the end of the month.
The work is being done by
R.O.T. Ranch Construction, Inc
of Lake Butler and funded by
a FEMA (Federal Emergency
Management Agency) grant.
In a continuing item that the
town has been working on, the
council accepted a resolution at its
Sept. 3 meeting to revert Flying
Tiger Airport back to the Rimes
family through Les-Que-One,
Inc. Since the insurance on the
airport is due Oct. 1 at a cost of
just over $2,000, the council was
eager to move forward on this.
The- council agreed with
Pinkston's assessment about the
,airport. On another occasion he
has said that the cost of insurance
and liability to the town, in the
event of a crash on the runways,
is not worth keeping the airport in
the town's name, and that there is
nothing it could do to profit from it.
Paperwork will be drawn up to
complete the transfer.
In a related issue, the council is
also preparing the necessary legal
documents to have an engineer
sign off with SRWMD regarding
unpermitted construction activity
around the airport that resulted in
wetlands encroachment back in
October 2011.
In another note, a noise
ordinance change was
recommended regarding pets,
loud music, etc. Worthington
Springs contracts with the
Union County Sheriff's Office
to enforce its ordinances.
Currently if a deputy can't hear
a dog barking 2504feet away,
then he can't do anything about
a complaint. That is being
amended to just 25 feet for all
noise, including pets. The hours
will be adjusted from 10 p.m.
to 7 a.m., but complaints can
be brought against pet noise 24
hours a day. Pinkston offered
to rewrite the ordinance for
.approval at a future meeting.
The town is looking for a
new attorney to serve on a
part-time basis and listened to
a presentation by a candidate
invited to the Aug. 6 meeting
by Pinkston: Dave Finley, an
attorney for the Fraternal Order
of Police. The mayor spoke
highly of Finley and was a
member of that union while
serving as a deputy with the


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Alachua County Sheriff's Office.
At the Sept. 3 meeting, the
council reviewed more attorney
resumes and will call several for
interviews at its next regularly
scheduled meeting on Oct. 1.
Next, Mike Banks, director
of public works for parks and
roads, and volunteer fire chief,
for the city of Lake Butler, was
asked about mosquito spraying.
He said he would and could, but
was required to have a reason
to come, had to be given a
specific complaint. Town council
members and the mayor gave
him a reason, saying that kids
were "getting eat up" at the local
church's vacation Bible school.
As requested, Banks agreed to
spraying four nights in a row to
knock down the mosquitoes and
gnats and then spray on a regular
basis.
The town reached an inter-
local agreement with the city of
Lake Butler, which approved it at
its Aug. 12 meeting. Lake Butler
will provide spraying services
and Worthington Springs will
purchase the chemicals.
Also of note, due to Florida
'Sunshine Law requirements, the
town will get individual email
addresses set up for each council
member. This is required for
any official town business so
that a written record is archived.
Earlier in the meeting a new
computer was approved along
with updated office productivity
software. Each email address
will end in "@windstream.neL"
Those email addresses are now
active. (See list in sidebar.)
A budget workshop was held
on Aug. 20. The tentative budget
hearing is scheduled for Sept. 17
at 7:30 p.m. The final budget
hearing is scheduled for Oct. 1 at
7:30 p.m. during the regular town
council meeting.
The town council meets
at the _Worthington Springs
Community Center located
downtown on S.R. 121, across
from the softball field and
playground.
Contact town clerk Pat Harrell
at 386-496-0612.


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ABOVE: Inmate dog trainers will work with these dogs, which were rescued from
a kill shelter. Once trained, they will be well-behaved pets that will be ideal for
adoption. The trainers are (1-r) Bruce Mangus and Larry Johnson handling Socks,
Kevin Grogin and Michael Hutchinson handling Darla Mea, and Edward Aldrich and
Johnny Jones handling Momma.


ROCK
Continued from 1A
medications, leashes and other
supplies the program needs.
They even provide a veterinary
technician/animal behaviorist to
evaluate the animals on a regular
basis to ensure they remain healthy.
The Florida Department of
Corrections does not incur any
additional cost by running this
program. The inmates would be
housed at UCI and the officers
L -.i


would have to supervise them-
whether or not the dog program
was in operation.
UCI started out with five
dogs, but the "classes" will likely
grow in size once the program
is up and running at full speed.
Two inmates work with' each
dog, that way if an inmate has
a doctor's appointment or wants
to go to the institutional library
or participate in some other
program; the second inmate can
carry out any necessary training
or care for the dog.
T
LEFT: Jay King of
King's Dog Academy
trained the inmates in
the techniques they will
use to train the dogs.
Here, he is introducing
Darla Mea to the inmate
handlers.

RIGHT: This perky pooch
is Beauty. She met her
training team on Aug.
22. They are (1-r) Dean
Weeks and Buddy
Granger.


The program also benefits UCI .
in another way-by promoting-:
qualities like responsibility,'.-
reliability, patienceand compassion -
in the inmates involved in the
program. Those qualities will help
the involved inmates successfully
re-enter society, once their',
sentences are complete.
When the training program is
completed, UCI will have five
lovable and well-behaved pets -
ready for adoption. The program.
will then induct another class of
dogs to begin training.


Football: Hall of Fame Night moved to Oct. 18

The Hall of Fame Night has been changed from Sept. 13 to Oct. 18, which is also i -
Murray Ford Night. Quarterback Club Members have 4ntil Sept. 20 to cast their votes _
for the inductees. Members can see Cathy Sams at the Union County School Board' n
office to pick up a ballot and pick up a hat. Ballots and hats will also be available at
the next home game. Community members can support the Union County Tigers by
joining the Quarterback Club.
A family membership can be -


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Tuesday, September 17, 10-11am


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Tuesday, September 17, 11:30-12.30pm


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Waiting for a Convenient Time
In life there are many things people put .off till it is more
convenient. Sadly many have the same attitude when it comes
to obeying God. Many decide to wait for a more convenient
time to obey God. In Acts 24:25, "Felix was afraid and
answered, 'Go away for now; when I have a convenient time I
will call for you.'" Many people today respond the same way
when they learn the truth and what they should do. The danger
with waiting for a convenient time is our life is very short. The
Bible tells us our life, "is a vapor that appears for a little time
and then vanishes away" (James 4:14). If one knows what they
need to do to be right with God and then fails to do it for,
whatever reason it is sin (James 4:17).' ,We encourage you not to
wait for a convenient time to get your life right with God but to
do so without delay.
Danville Church of Christ
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Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
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FREDRICK DOUGLASS FAMILY REUNION
Sunday, Sept. 15h, 2013
Lake Butler Community Center
155 NW Third Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054
Registration 11:30AM Luncheon 12:30PM
Business Meeting 1:30PM
Community Center will be open 10:30AM until ?
Directions: In Lake Butler, off State Road 100, turn North on Lake
Avenue at the Courthouse. The Community Center is at the Lake.
We encourage you to come and ask you to
bring a covered dish to share.


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


RMC named UC Schools
Business Partner of the Year
Union County Schools has named the Reception and Medical
Center as its 2012-13 Business Partner of the Year.
__ The Florida Department of Corrections has bjen actively involved with
Union County Schools for over 30 years. They contribute time, resources
.and iaior to tne success or many programs involving its students.
RMC has made an immeasurable impact on Union County
Schools, and their presence is felt in every area of the school district.
They are a vital part of the upkeep and maintenance of the facilities,
,saving the district over $150,000 in labor alone.
44.They are always willing to step in and lend a hand. Mentoring
students, collecting school supplies for students in need and providing
and cooking food for teachers and many school-sponsored events are
just a few of the ways in which they enhance the education of the
students in Union County.
They make involvement in the community a priority through their
AZ .partnership and generosity.

,(L-r) Perman Roberts, Paul Kish, Carton Faulk, Greg
Quinn, Don Hicks, Tama Mason, RMC Warden Steve
Wellhausen, Michael Dukes, Melissa Nancarrow, Rhonda
Mott. Not pictured is Steve Klein, Cindy Calloway, Joe
Falk, Mark Williams, Brian Barton, Charlie Stephens,
John Siter, Felicla Chestnut, Danny Bannister.


L LEGALS



UCT LEGALS 9/12/13
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
TAX DEED # 63-2013-TD-0001
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that J
R Davis the holders) of the following
certificate has filed said certificate for
a tax deed to be issued thereon. The
certificate number and year of issu-
ance, the description of the property,
and the names in which it was as-
sessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 200
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009 DE-
SCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: 26-06-
19.00-000-0015-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
A parcel of land lying, being and situ-
ate. in Section 26, Township 6 South,
Range 19 East, Union County, Flor-
idd, more particularly described as
follows: Commence at the North-
eqat corner, of said Section 26, and


run South 89 degrees 43 minutes 08
seconds West, along the North line of
said Section 26, a distance of 30.01
feet; thence continue running South
89 degrees 43 minutes 08 seconds
West, continuing along said 'North line
of Section 26, a distance of 420.00
feet to the Point of Beginning of the
hereinafter described parcel of land:
Thence run South 00 degrees 54
minutes 28 seconds West, a distance
of 244.88 feet; thence run South 87
degrees 49 minutes 20 seconds West
a distance of 208.71 feet; thence run
North 00 degrees 54 minutes 28 sec-
onds East, a distance of 251.79 feet
to the intersection with said North line
of Section 26, thence run North 89
degrees 43 minutes 08 seconds East,
along said North line of Section 26, a
distance of 208.45 feet to the Point of
Beginning.I
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Mark
A. Kincaid
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed accord-
ing to the law, the property described
in sich certificate will be sold to the
highest bidder in the Courthouse lob-
by at 11:00 A.M., the 23rd
day of September, 2013.
Dated this 20th day of August, 2013.


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Kellie Hendricks Connell
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities request-
ing reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
8/22 4tchg 9/12-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No.
Division
63-2012-CA-000037
MIDFIRSTBANK
Plaintiff.
vs.
ROBERT BONESIO A/K/A ROBERT
S. BONESIO, UNION, COUNTY,
FLORIDA, WELLS FARGO BANK,
N.A. F/K/A. FIRST UNION NATION-
AL BANK OF FLORIDA, CHASE
BANK USA, N.A. F/K/A CHASE"
MANHATTAN BANK USA, AND UN-
KNOWN TENANTS/OWNERS,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to
Final Judgment of Foreclosure for
Plaintiff entered in this cause on De-
cember 19, 2012, in the Circuit Court
of Union County, Florida, I will sell the
property situated in Union County,
lorida described as;
PARCEL "B"
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING, BEING
AND SITUATE !N GOVERNMENT
LOT 10. SECTION 31, TOWN-
SHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA, MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
GOVERNMENT LOT 10, SECTION
31, AND RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES
15 MINUTES 04 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID
GOVERNMENT LOT 10, SECTION
31, A DISTANCE OF 520.00 FEET
TO THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
NORTH RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF
A COUNTY MAINTAINED PAVED
ROAD (ALSO KNOWN AS SOUTH-
EAST. 91ST STREET, WIDTH OR
RIGHT-OF-WAY. AS USED. IS 40
FEET); THEINCE RUN NORTH 83
DEGREES 38 MINUTES 03 SEC-
ONDS EAST, ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OFACOUNTY
MAINTAINED PAVED ROAD, A DIS-
TANCE OF 400.00 FEET; THENCE
CONTINUE RUNNING NORTH 83
DEGREES 38 MINUTES 03 SEC-
ONDS EAST, CONTINUING ALONG
SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE
OF 100,59 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING OF THE HERE-
INAFTER DESCRIBED PARCEL
OF LAND: THENCE RUN NORTH
00 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 56


SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE
OF 200.00 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 83 DEGREES 38 MINUTES
03 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
OF 100.59 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 00,DEGREES 10 MINUTES
56 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
OF 200.00 FEET TO THE INTER-
SECTION WITH THE AFORESAID
NORTH RIGHT-OF- WAY LINE OF
A COUNTY MAINTAINED PAVED
ROAD; THENCE RUN SOUTH 83
DEGREES 38 MINUTES 03 SEC-
ONDS WEST, ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF A COUN-
TY MAINTAINED PAVED ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 100.59 FEET TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING.
and commonly known as; 16727
SOUTHEAST 91ST STREET, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054; including the
building, appurtenances, and fixtures
located therein, at public sale, to the
highest and best bidder, for cash, on
November 21, 2013 at 11:00.'
Any persons claiming an interest
in the surplus from the sale,-if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens roust file
a claim within 60 days after the sale.
Dated this 23 day of August, 2013.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Kellie H. C'onnell
By: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
Edward B. Pritchard
(813)229-0900x1309
Kass Shuler, PA.
P.O. Box 800
Tampa,. FL 33601-0800
8/29 2tchg 9/5-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT CIVIL COURT OF
THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 63-2012-CA-000037
Division
MIDFIRST BANK
Plaintiff,
vs. .
ROBERT BONES.O A/K/A ROBERT
S. BONESIO, et al.
Defendants.
ORDER TO RESCHEDULE
FORECLOSURE SALE
THIS CASE came on for consider-
ation, upon the motion of Plaintiff,
MIDFIRST BANK, to reschedule the
foreclosure sale. The Court, having
reviewed the pleadings, the record,
and. being otherwise fully advised in
the premises, finds that Plaintiff's mo-
tion should be granted. Therefore, it
Is,
ORDERED AND ADJUDGED:
1. The Clerk of the Court shall sell the
property described in the Final Judg-
ment entered herein at public
sale11:00 AM, on November 21,
2013, to the highest bidder for cash,
in accordance with 45.031,
F.S.


2. The judgment entered herein on
12/19/2012, shall remain in full force
and effect, except where inconsistent
with this order.
/ DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers
at the Union County Courthouse,
Lake Butler, Florida this 22 day of
Aug., 2013.
MARY DAY COKER
CIRCUIT JUDGE
Edward B. Pritchard
Kass Shuler, P.A.
P.O. Box 800
Tampa, FL 33601-0800
Attorney for Plaintiff
ROBERT BONESIO A/K/A ROBERT
S. BONESIO
16727 SE 91ST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
9/5 2tchg 9/12-UCT
ORDINANCE NO. 2013-01
AN ORDINANCE OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, IMPOSING
A MANDATORY SURCHARGE OF
$30.00 ON CIVIL AND CRIMINAL
INFRACTIONS TO FUND COURT
FACILITIES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABILITY; REPEALING
AND SUPERCEDING ORDINANCE
04-1; AND PROVIDING AN
EFFECTIVE DATE
WHEREAS, 318.18(13)(a)(1), Flor-
ida Statutes, authorizes counties to
impose by ordinance a surcharge of
up to thirty dollars ($30.00) for any
noncriminal traffic infraction and any
criminal traffic violation under Florida
law, and authorizes the use of funds
collected trough the surcharge for
state courtfacilities; and
WHEREAS, the Union County Board
of County Commissioners finds that
imposing the surcharge and using
funds generated thereby to construct,
improve and operate County facilities
used by the state court system serves
a valid public purpose.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT OR-
DAINED BY THE BOARD OF COUN-
TY COMMISSIONERS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA:
SECTION 1. The_ surcharge,
authorized by 318.18(13)(a)(1),
Florida. Statutes, is hereby imposed
upon any noncriminal traffic infraction
and any criminal traffic violation com-
mitted within Union County, Florida.
SECTION 2. As per
318.18(13)(a)(1), Florida Statutes,
the court shall not waive such sur-
charge.
SECTION 3. The Union Coun-
ty Board of County Commissioners
shall, in its sole discretion, determine
how funds collected from the sur-
charge shall be used to construct,
improve or operate County facilities
serving the state court system within
Union County or to service debt on
such facilities, and shall authorize
payments forsuch uses.
SECTION 4. Severability. If
any provision of this Ordinance or the


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application thereof to any person or
circumstances is held invalid, it is the
intent of the Board that such invalidity
shall not affect other provisions or ap-
plications of the Ordinance which can
e given effect without the invalid pro-
Svision or application and, to this end,
the provisions of this Ordinance are
declared severable.
SECTION 5. This Ordinance
shall take effect when filed with the '
Department of State.
SECTION 6. This Ordinance
repeals, and supersedes Ordinance
No. 04-1:
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
SIONERS OF UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
9/5 2tchg 9/12-UCT

PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME:
6.28 AnnualN/Vacation Leave
PURPOSE AND EFFECT: To update
Board Policies
SUMMARY: To update Board Pol-
icies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policies can be viewed in the Office
of the Superintendent of Schools, 55
SW Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and
4:00 P.M.
IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED
WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS -PUBLI-
CATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH
SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA STAT-
UTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON Octo-
ber 22, 2013, AT 1:30 P.M., IN THE
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING ROOM.
A COMPLETE TEXT OF THESE
PROPOSED RULES MAY BE
VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS,
55 S.W. 6TH STREET, LAKE BUT-
LER, FLORIDA.
9/12 ltchg-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
' The Suwannee River- Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a' meeting of the Board of Di-
rectors on Monday, September 30,
2013, 7:00 P.M. at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc., Senior
Center located at 1171 Nobles Ferry
Rd NW in Live Oak, Florida.
9/12 ltchg-UCT
NOTICE
Lake Butler Mini Storage has sched-
uled an auction for Sept. 21, 2013 at
10:00 am. located at 1015 SW 3rd
'Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054 (behind
Lake Butler Apartments, Hwy 121).
The following units will be foreclosed:
Unit # 20 (5x10), Unit # 27 (5x 10),
Unit # 34 (10x10), Unit# 36 (10x10),
Unit # 41 (10x10), Unit # 77 (10x10),
Unit# 81 (15x20).
9/12 1tchg-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
S8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
Case No: 63-2013-DR-143
Joshua M. Lamb,
Petitioner
and
Edna L Lamb,
Respondent."
NOTICE OF ACTION FOR
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE
TO: Edna L. Lamb
4782 NW 177r St. Starke, FL 32091
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action
for Dissolution of Marriage has been
filed against you and that you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to it on Joshua M.
Lamb 13057 SW 671h Way Lake But-
ler, FL 32054 on or before October
2, 2013, and file the original with the
clerk of this Court at Union County
Clerk of Coutt 55 W. Main St. room
103 Lake Butler, FL 32054 before
service on Petitioner or immediately
thereafter. If you fail to do so, a de-
fault may be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available
at the Clerk of the Circuit Court's
office. You may review these docu-
ments upon request.
You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit
Court's office notified of you current
address. (You may file Notice of Cur-
rent Address, Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family'Law form 12.915.)
Future papers in this lawsuit will be
mailed to the address on record at the
clerk's office.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure, re-
quires certain automatic disclosure of
documents and information. Failure
to comply can result in sanctions, in-
cluding dismissal or striking of plead-
ings. ,
Dated: August 27, 2013.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Carol Williams
Deputy Clerk
S 91124tchg 10/3-UCT
REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sealed proposals will be received un-
til 2:00 P.M., Friday October 4, 2013
at the Union County Board of County
Commissioners Office,' 15' Northeast
1= Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054,
for Professional Auditing Services for
the fiscal years ending September
30, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Interested
firms can apply for consideration by
calling 386-496-0027 or stopping by
the Board Office.
9/12 1tchg-UCT






4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013


ABOVE: Students Princeton Alexander, Anna Castillo, Richard Crim, Malim Lewis, Sifoa Robbins, Jasmine Robinson,
Layle Taylor, Jasmine Thomas, Shelby Thomas and Christian Vineyard asked questions of, and got their assignment
sheets signed by, school board members Curtis Clyatt (chairman), Terra Johnson,.Becky Raulerson and Alvin Griffis
who all thanked the students for attending.

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Students from the Union
,,.County High School.
American government class
,,, attended the Union County
r School Board meeting on
ASept.10 to see government
in action. It's a tradition that
Principal Mike Ripplinger
carried on from his teacher
when he used to teach
the class and it continues
even though he no longer
teaches the class since
-he's now an administrator.

LEFT: Ripplinger explains
terminology from the first
such meeting for most of
these students.


ABOVE: Alexander talks to Griffis.


4 -H program assistant and local American Legion
member Colan Coody recently taught the students ot
Lake Butler Elementary School's Safety Patrol Flag Team
the proper way to raise, lower and fold the American flag:
(L-r) Maegan Beatty, Ell Rimes, Landon Klein, Kimmie
Palmer, Taryn Norman and Will Harden.


The Lake Butler Woman's Club announces Del Hogan
(center, along with President Ann Hendricks and
Treasurer Harrlett Malnes) as the winner of their Cash-
opportunity Drawing held on July 4. They thank everyone
who participated In the fundraiser, and especially Spires
IGA for allowing them to set up tables at the store. The
woman's clubIs a member of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs, an international organization.


Lake Butler Rotary President Scott Roberts welcomes
Union County Times Editor Vincent Alex Brown as the
newest member of the growing service club that meets at
First Christian Church every Tuesday at noon. Lunch is
provided, followed by a program.

ERRORS & OMISSIONS: At the Aug. 20 Lake Butler
Rotary meeting recognizing new teachers in the Union
County School District, teachers received a gift bag from
Community State Bank and a gift bag with items from
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead, TD Bank, Harmony Free Will
Baptist Church, Union County Public Library and New
River Public Library Cooperative. Sheriff Whitehead and
TD bank were major contributors and Rotary thanks
them.


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Sanderson Christian Revival Center
honoring pastor, Sept. 15

Sanderson Christian Revival Center will host an
appreciation dinner on the grounds to honoring Pastor
Randall Griffis Jr. on Sunday, Sept. 15 right after Sunday
morning, services. Sister Joy Thornton will be the guest
speaker for Sunday morning.
Everyone is invited.
The church is located on the corner of C.R. 229 and
Sapp Rd. in Sanderson just 5 miles south 1-10.


JohnstOn Baptist in Lake
Butler hosting a revival,
Sept. 8-13, nightly at 7 p.m.
Johnston Baptist Church in Lake
Butler is hosting a revival Sept.8
through 13 each night at 7 p.m. Brother
David Maynard is preaching.
Tht church is located at 11859 N.E.
S.R. 121. For more information, call
Pastor Tim Ellisonat 386-496-2772.


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Wings of Dreams rescues Hubble mockup


Wings of Dreams added
to its growing collection of
historic space artifacts with the
acquisition of the Hubble Space
Telescope mockup, used to train
astronauts for Hubble servicing
missions.
Davis Express, based in
Starke, played a critical role
by donating the transport from
Houston to Keystone Heights
Airport.


In July 2012, during the
loading of the remaining space
shuttle guidance and navigation
simulator components, the
Wings of Dreams team spotted
the disassembled Hubble
mockup in an outside storage
area at the Johnson Space
Center's Sonny Carter Training
Facility. Susan King, Wings
of Dreams co-founder and
managing director, immediately


queried the NASA property
disposal officer and discovered
what it was and that it was slated
to be scrapped within the month.
Despite the daunting task
of moving the oversized
components of this large artifact,
the team unanimously agreed
that this artifact represented an
important chapter of America's
space program history
and deserved to be saved,


reassembled and put on display.
King proceeded to go through
the channels to convince NASA
to allocate the Hubble mockup to
Wings of Dreams. Five months
later, the dream became reality
when King was notified by
email that the Hubble mockup
would be transferred to Wings of
Dreams.
Davis Express,alsoresponsible
for sponsoring the transport of
the shuttle simulator from the
Johnson Space Center in 2012,
agreed to send two trucks and
trailers on a 1,000-mile journey
to Houston to transport all but
one oversized component, which
will require special permitting
and escorts.
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Dreams team, made up of King,

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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:

Keystone
Lucas Salyers, 35, of Melrose
was arrested Sept. 3 by Clay
deputies for possession of less
than 20 grams of cannabis and
possession of drug paraphernalia.
Daniel Seypura, 30, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 4 by Clay deputies for
failure to appear.
Jeffery Sydenstricker, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 4 by Clay deputies for a
probation violation.
Robert Mosher, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 5 by Clay deputies for
battery.
Brandon Hall, 21, of Starke
.was arrested Sept. 6 by Clay
deputies for a probation violation.
Christopher Harrelson, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 6 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
Sherry Davis, 52, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 7 by Clay
deputies for DUI.
Shawn Robbins, 41, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept. 8 by Clay deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
John Bennett, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
:Sept. 9 by Clay deputies for
fleeing and eluding, driving
,with a suspended, revoked or
disqualifiedlicense, and reckless
:driving.
Chad Freeman, 21, of
-Keystone Heights was arrested
Sept 9 by Clay deputies for seven
:probation violations."
SThomas Recard, 34, of
-Xeystone Heights was arrested
,Sept., 9 by Clay deputies for
burglary and grand theft.


Bradford
SBrandon Michael Akins, 20,
'of Starke was arrested Sept. 5 by
-Starke police for battery.
Albert Jefferson Andrews,
-42, of Lake Butler was arrested
jSept. 6 by Bradford deputies
for possession of opium or
derivatives.
Jonathan Tyrone Bass, 31, was
arrested Sept. 4 by Starke police
for vehicletheft and dealing in
stolen property.
Timothy Delancie Bass, 29,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 4
by Starke police for larceny,
vehicle theft, dealing in stolen
property, fraud, and fraud by
impersonation.
Cecil Ronnie Carter, 54, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 5 by
Starke police for larceny.
Lafayette N. Chandler, 49, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
Starke police for possession and
selling of cocaine.
Willis Jamard Chandler, 42,
of Gainesville was arrested
Sept. 9 by Bradford deputies for
probation violation.
Timothy Wayne Chastain,
28, of Hampton was arrested
Sept. 7 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana and drug
equipment.
Samuel Dewayne Coe, 45,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 9
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.


Larry Earl Dobbs, 42, of
Raiford was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for selling
opium or derivatives.
Matthew Justin Ellis, 27, of
Brooker was arrested Sept. 6
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Felicia Deanna Grace, 23, of
Gainesville was arrested Sept. 3
by Bradford deputies for an out
of county warrant.


Janeka Breanne Greene, 24, by Bradford deputies for two bribery, moving traffic violation deputies Sept. 6 for distribution
of Starke was arrested Sept. 5 by out-of-county warrants, and possession of marijuana, of synthetic narcotics.
Starke police for larceny.


Brett Jorden Hale, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
7 by Bradford deputies for
possession of marijuana and
drug equipment.
William Joseph Hallam, 32,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 6
by Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation, two
failures to appear, larceny and
burglary.
Jack Chances Hodges, 44, of
Hampton was arrested Sept. 7


Earl Johnson, 20, of Starke
was arrested Sept. 9 by Starke
police for contempt of court.
Justin Wade Jones, 30, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for a non-
moving traffic violation.
Richard Louis Miller, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 7 by
Starke police for battery.
Benjamin Chad Mishoe, 36,
of Wesley Chapel was arrested
Sept. 5 by Waldo police for


Adrian S. Mosley, 41, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 4 by
Bradford deputies for battery
and kidnap/false imprisonment.
Mary L. Pate, 53, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
4 by Starke police for larceny.
Jamie Renee Prevatt, 22, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.
Justin Kyle Rogers, 27, of
Raiford was arrested by Bradford


Christopher Alexander
Sangster, 55, was arrested
Sept. 6 by Bradford deputies
for distribution of synthetic
narcotics.
Stephanie Jean Shirey, 35,
of Lakeland was arrested Sept.
9 by Bradford deputies for
possession and selling of drugs.
Brandon Dewitt Smith, 21, of
Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.


Felicia Naomi Swafford, 1l,
of Starke was arrested Sept. 6 by
Bradford deputies for trafficking
in opium or derivative.
Clara Denne Tedder, 47, of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
6 by Lawtey police for a traffic
offense.
Sherecia Thomas, 46, ;of
Lake Butler was arrested Sept.
3 by Starke police for probation
violation.
Pamela Ann Toti, 55,-,of
Jacksonville was arrested Sept.
7 by the Florida Highway Patrol
for a traffic offense.


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 12, 2013 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 3B


Arc of Bradford employees step

up to weight-loss challenge


Joining Dr. Mohamed Foda (third from right) and nurse midwife/nurse practitioner
Chris Rhoden (second from right) at the Aug. 27 ribbon cutting to open the Women's
Center of Florida are (1-r) Pam Whittle, Andrea Waterhouse, Rhonda Sherrod, Scott
Roberts and (far right) Starke Mayor Travis Woods.

Women's Center of Florida:

DB-Gyn office comes to Starke


-BY MARY W. BRIDGMAN
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
Women in the Starke area
'ill no longer have to drive to
iainesville or Jacksonville to re-
jeive specialized gynecological
ir obstetric care. Dr. Mohamed
Foda and Chris Rhoden, a cer-
ified nurse midwife and nurse
)ractitioner, are now seeing pa-
ients at the Women's Center of
Vlorida at 1546 A S. Water St. in
5tarke. They also have offices in
4elrose and Lake City.
Foda, who resides in Starke
vith wife, Nada, and 9-month-
)ld daughter, Lily, grew up in
rairo, Egypt, and went to medi-
al"school there. He came to the
United States in 2,008 and has
receivedd training at the Univer-
iity of Nebraska and Marshall
University in West Virginia.


Ring bells
Sept. 17 for
Freedom,
Constitution


I The Col. Samuel Elbert
chapter of the National Society
Daughters of the American
Revolution encourages
communityy members to help it
n remembering the framers of
:he U.S. Constitution and all the
nen, women and children who
nade sacrifices for our freedoms
luring Constitution Week' (Sept.
17-23).
The Daughters of the American
Revolution invites churches,
police departments, schools,
Otc., to ring bells for freedom on
FTuesday; Sept. 17, at noon.


"I'm so excited about com-
ing to Starke because I know
that Starke has been missing an
OB-GYN for a long time," Foda
said. "In fact there was'a GYN
physician here in the past, but he
was just doing GYN and no OB
care."
Noting that Starke is a small
but growing community, Foda
said, "Our scope is to cover the
area between Gainesville and
here."
One advantage to women who
choose to receive their medical
care in Starke is reduced wait-
ing time, said Foda. His practice
provides pregnancy, infertility,
gynecological procedures and
care, and cancer screening.
Rhoden graduated from high
school in Newberry and lives
in the Gainesville area. She re-
ceived her nurse's training at


Starke
Rotary golf
tournament
is Sept. 27
The Rotary Club of Starke
will host its annual fundraising
golf tournament Friday, Sept. 27,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club at 1 p.m. (Registration is at
noon.)
The four-person scramble costs
$50 per person. That includes
cart, green fees and a meal after
the tournament, courtesy of the
Downtown Grill. Participants
will also have the chance to win
door prizes.
There will be putting, longest-
drive, closest-to-the-pin and
chipping contests.
Proceeds will benefit local and
international Rotary" projects,


Santa Fe College and her gradu-
ate training at the University of
Cincinnati.
"I'm very excited about com-
ing to the Starke office," Rhoden
said.
She's happy to offer local
women the option of having a
female OB-GYN provider if that
is their preference.
"I look forward to working
with Dr. Foda," Rhoden said.
"Our goal is to create a safe
and happy environment for the
women of this area."
Although Starke OB patients
will need to go to Shands Lake-
shore in Lake City for labor and
delivery, Foda hopes that Shands
Starke will ultimately be able to
offer that service.
"That wiil depend on the OB
numbers," he said.


as well as the Cystic Fibrosis
Foundation.
For more information,
please contact Jesse Gathright
at 904-545-6403 or jesse@
americandreamflorida.com, or
Jessie Myers at 904-955-8699 or
jmyers 1220@gmail.com.


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Regional News/Sports Editor
By being the biggest loser,
Kay Starling was the biggest
winner, but in reality, she and
five of her co-workers were all
winners.
Most people are familiar
with the TV show "The Biggest
Loser." Employees at the Arc
of Bradford County decided
to have their own weight-loss
competition, and Starling won
the $100 pot that was composed
of $1 fines participants paid for
gaining weight. Starling said she
lost 22 pounds and has noticed
an increase in her agility and
endurance as a result.
"I think it went great," she
said. "It was fun."
Sherry Ruszkowski, the Arc
of Bradford executive director,
said she and some of the Arc
employees discussed making
changes in their lives in order
to lose weight and get healthier.
The discussion became a reality
as several Arc personnel-
including Ruszkowski-
participated in a three-month
exercise program led by Arc
employee Mark Williams.
Williams admitted he expected
a lot out of the participants. He
said, "My mantra to them was,
'Suck it up, cupcake. You're in
fitness training now.'"
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physical trainer,
is pictured with
(clockwise from
top right) Sherry
Ruszkowski,
A.J. Dommon,
Christina
Rosbeck, Krystal
Hall and Kay
Starling. Not
pictured: Becky
Baker.


bypass surgery five years ago,
remains active, though the
weight-loss competition has
ended. She said she works out
4-4:30 a.m. with the use of a
Nintendo Wii and fitness board.
She's also making dietary
changes.
"1 quit eating fast food every
day," Starling said. "I gave up a
lot of processed foods."
While the competition was
going on, participants weighed
in every Tuesday. They would
have to pay $1 for every pound
gained, with that money going
into the prize pot.
"I spent it all on clothes,"
Starling said of her winnings,
with Williams adding, "A lot


smaller clothes."
Krystal Hall, who lost 15
pounds during the competition,
said, "I was very happy for
(Starling). She overcame a lot of
things working out. We saw her
accomplish a lot."
It was actually a close
competition between Starling
and Becky Baker, who proved to
be dedicated. Williams said he
doesn't believe Baker missed a
single workout.
Though he wasn't part of
the weight-loss competition,
Williams said he got as much out
of it as the participants.
"For me, it was seeing them
grow and do what they thought
they couldn't do," he said.


Great Strides event returns Sept. 28


The fifth annual Bradford-
Union Great Strides, a
fundraising walk for the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation, is scheduled
for Saturday, Sept. 28, starting at
Shands Starke Regional Medical
Center at 9 a.m. (Registration
begins at 8 a.m.)
Lunch will be provided to
participants of the 3-mile walk
by Gator Domino's.
Money raised during the
Bradford-Union Great Strides
event has increased each
year. Last year's event raised
approximately $23,000, which
prompted Lawtey native Katelyn
Sims, who helped start the event,
to set a goal of $25,000-$30,000


this year.
Sims, 22, was diagnosed with
cystic fibrosis at the age of 4.
For more on the Bradford-
Union Great Strides event or
Great Strides in general, please
visit the website www.cff.org/
greatstrides. You may also


register for the Bradford-Unionri
event Online.
You may also contact the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's
Claudia Werner Foxworth for
more information. 'She can be
reached at 904-733-3560 or
cwerner@cff.org.


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survivor says
thanks to many

Dear Editor:
To my friends and family,
thank you for your prayers,
cards, meals, special visits, good
listeners and all who have gone
oput of their way to help me laugh
and have made me feel loved. I
.wanted to inform you of my
latest news. Alice Harris and
Tom Morrison's daughter, Anna
Summerford, have both wanted
for me to try to be my old self.
This is part of my healing-
to share this information. I
have attended the attended
the memorial service of Glen
Harris, my friend of 40-plus
years. I attended Tom Morrison's
memorial service, and I have
now met the people who were
responsible for saving Frank
and me. I will always remember
forever that tragic day on June
15, and being rescued on June 16,
Father's Day.
Michele, my daughter, Erika,
my daughter-in-law, Kim, my
granddaughter, Peyton and
grandson, Chance, had the
opportunity of a lifetime to
meet the pilot and co-pilot of the
C-130, located out of Air Station
Clearwater, who spotted Frank
and me on June 16,2013.
The pilot,Lt. Daniel DeAngelo,
took the controls from Lt. Natalie
Moyer (who was on her first
rescue mission) when he spotted
a larger than normal wave (a
huge wave that sent me once
again into the water). He banked
leff and spotted one person: me. I
was standing on the upside down
gunnel, and Frank was sitting on
the ladder platform. Both of us
had been holding onto a yellow
rope, that was tied from the
bow to the stern, for the last 22
hours. Lt. DeAngelo told me he
had another 15 minutes left to
search. Just by chance, from his
peripheral vision, he basically
spotted a needle in a haystack.
I wrote a letter of
recommendation to their
commander, Capt. Lorenzen,
requesting that the pilotsnd erew
be awarded a coomr endation.-,,,
It was a true miracle that Frank
and I were spotted. (I have not, to
my recollection, ever witnessed
a miracle before.) It was the best
: feelingg I've ever had-to meet
the pilots who were responsible
for saving our lives, and to share
this with my family.
Later that afternoon, we were
invited to Command Center
Sector in St. Petersburg to meet
the entire team who used the
information of our last known
coordinates provided by Capt.
Brett Selph. This information,
as well as Michele's call to
tlpm (which began immediate
coordination of resources-
people on land and sea, boats,
helicopters and planes), enabled
the Coast Guard to narrow its
search and rescue efforts around
11:30 Saturday night. Michele's
call provided the names of the
people on board, description, of
the boat and motor, boat number
and how many miles we were


going to fishing holes.
We had a meeting with
Capt. Case, his staff and Lt.
Kathleen Sullivan and Mr.
Kevin Coyne (search and rescue
controllers), who were on auty
and stayed in contact with
Michele throughout the night.
They directed the boats and
airplanes to the grids to search.
In the command center, they
replayed our exact computer map
and grid pattern, which was used
in the search. Their computer
program is the only one like
it in the United States. The
technology was amazing, the
response was quick (Semper
Paratus-always ready) and
the level of professionalism
was awesome. Not. only was a
Helicopter H-60 searching most
of the night (the night vision
goggles were useless because
there was no light with no
moon), but the Hercules C-130
was sent up before dawn, and at
first light switched from a radar
search to an "eyes" search. The
rescue boat, The Alligator, was
also used to search for Glen
Harris and Tom Morrison.
In addition, the Flbrida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission had boats out all
night. After the C-130 spotted
us, they radioed to the FWC boat,
and we were picked up about 30
minutes later by Investigator
Larry Ayers and Officer Jordan
Hillard.
I also wroteto the commander
of Command Center Sector-
Capt.' Case-requesting that
an award or commendation
be presented to Lt. Sullivan
and Mr. Coyne. I have drafted
a letter to the FWC Captain
recommending that Investigator
Ayers and Officer Hillard be
recognized for their efforts
leading to our rescue.
My deepest, most heartfelt
thanks to the following:
1. To God for an answered
prayer from myself, many
friends and relatives.
2. The United States Coast
Guard, pilot Lt. DeAngelo
(without him we would h'not be
alive).
3. The United States
Coast 'tGuard -""Search,'-land
Rescdie' Conttollei, :especially
Mr. Coyne, 'who was
professional, honest and kind
to Michele. He employed
his expertise and many years
of hands-on experience, which
led to our rescue. Lt.
Sullivan was also in contact
with Michele. In addition, she
coordinated the entire visit
with the pilots, at the airfield,
allowing us to actually go
inside the aircraft and arranged
meetings with the commander


of the Command Center Sector
and the other members of the
sector, as well as a tour of the
Command Center Sector. It was
this group of individuals and
equipment that provided tim
information to those on the land.
the sea and in the air. which led
to our discovery.
4. The Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission. Investigator Ayers
and Officer Hillard searched
throughout the night and
recovered us after the C-130
pinpointed our position. .
5. The charter boat captain,
Brett Selph. He passed us soon
after we had turned back, and
he had the initiative to note our
general coordinates. After he
returned late Saturday afternoon,
he noted that the boat trailer and
vehicles were still at the boat
landing; He attempted to call us
by radio, used his boat to search
for us and then contacted the
Coast Guard and supplied them
with that information.
6. My wife, Michele, for
contacting the Coast Guard
at 11:30 Saturday night with
our names, .boat number, boat
size, engine, etc. She stayed
in constant contact with the
Coast Guard and Alice Harrris
'throughout the night until we
were rescued.
7. George Leath, who
came to our house late Sunday
evening with the potentially
life saving information about
rhabdomyolysis. After many IVs,
my levels returned to normal.
8. Dr. Franson for initially
treating my wounds, starting
two IVs and directing me to
go immediately to the hospital.
9. Roger Lloyd, a fitness
coach that I credit for getting
my legs strong. (Without strong
legs and arms, and a will to live,
I could not have made it.)
10. A yellow, nylon, braided
rope that we held onto from the
bow to the stern on the keel.
It stretched and stretched, but
never broke. (Without this rope,
our chances of survival were
zero.)
12. My size 13 shoes. I could
not have stayed on the gunnel
with bar feet-KEven wit tennis
shoes, I had ayvery large blood
blister; stillhave nerved'amage
in both big toes.).
13. My sunglasses-
protection from the sun and
saltwater. (My face and lower
back had a total sunburn peel;
my lower fip was my biggest
concern.)
14. My eyeglass holder.
When thrown 'from the boat, it
held my glasses around my neck.
Tom Grant


People of
Union County
will persevere

Dear Editor:
I wish Forrest Gump's mom
lived in Union County.
We could all use a bit of the
,oown-home wisdom she shared
with her son. None is more
memorable than when she told
Forrest, "Life is like a box of
chocolates; you never know that
you're gonna get!"
On Saturday morning, Aug.
24, you reached into your box of
chocolates and withdrew a piece
that you didn't want. A piece
nobody wanted. The question
is, "Now, what do we do with
a repugnant piece of hurt that
nobody desires? A piece that is
so. bitter that we cannot chew,
so disgusting that we cannot
swallow?" Our first impulse is
to stuff it back in the box, but,
regrettably, that is not possible,
nor acceptable. If this piece is
something we don't want for
ourselves, then we certainly don't
want to foist it on someone else.
Our only other option, is to
deal with what life has handed
us quietly ana privately. For
the past nine years, I have been
geographically removed from
my favored Union County.
Nevertheless, I understand that
my many friends there have
performed admirably these
past few weeks. Although you
have grieved together as the UC
family does so well, none of
you-even family members most
affected- by this heartache-
have dealt with this in lock step.
Individually, you have taken
your own necessary measures
to privately triumph over this
heartbreaking event.
Several years ago, a farmer
friend of mine was putting up
-fence wire. Nothing exceptional
about the day; he expected to
staple up one last pull and go
home. With one end of the wire
attached firmly to a corner post,
he attached the other end to a
tractor and pulled it taut. This
150-yard stretch was perfect'
until my friend noticed that the
opposite end of the single strand
of barbed wire was laying a bit
out of line, caught by a tuft of
small weeds. Too far to walk
back,AHMhMtfl o:4e Mt ihe"r
,irie "Fl'IW. fn'bfii and7'
gave it a heart) flip. He hoped'
to send a spiral wave down the
line, causing the wire to hop off
the offending clump and lay back
in place-a common practice by
those who do fencing.
SAs planned, the wave rolled


down the wire, but somewhere
about midpoint, before being
set free from the weed, the
wire broke and came screaming
back through his hands like a
NASCAR chainsaw. With both
hands still firmly gripping the
fence, and before his release
instinct could kick in, in a flash,
his palms were shredded like
hamburger meat.
Looking back, we could chide
my friend for not using gloves,
and rightfully so. But I've
discovered in life that sometimes
we do things in the simplicity,of
the moment. We never do all we
might to prevent what we don't
expect to happen. We get up and
go to work; we finish work and
we go home. Tomorrow, we do
the same thing, and perhaps add
in a T-ball game or a trip for
milk and bread. All the while,
we are flipping the fence of life


Owner:
Stephen Bivins


to keep it out of the weeds.
Your Saturday morning was1
a non-exceptional day. Nothing
to warrant special precautionS..
-That's why you all had your
hands on the fence and none
were wearing gloves. No gloves
because not one of you expected
the wire to break. But it did and
it sliced through the hearts of
everyone in the community. It
wili require much time before-
those gaping wounds heal'-
However, I suspect that soot*-
someone will be heard yellih
along the streets of Lake Butler,
"Run, Forrest, run!" And y'all
will. Broken fence wire canr'-;
slow Union County folks downij1
Respectfully-,,)
Rev. Terry Cranford;u
Retired deputy sheriff,
Union County Sheriff 2 I
Officer,
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Jacob Wyatt McCord

Birth: Jacob
Wyatt McCord
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*Randy and Gina McCord of
Graham announce the birth of
their son. Jacob Wyatt McCord.
onr Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. Jacob
was born at North Florida
Regional Medical Center at
12:53 p.m., weighing 7 pounds,
6 ounces, and measuring 20.25
inches in length. He joins a sister,
Bella, and a brother, Zach.
NMaternal grandparents
afe James and Cindy Griffis
of Graham. Maternal great-
g9andparents are Jbilia T. and
tfe late James "R.G.".Griffis of
Qraham and the late Clyde and
Ibona "Ma Boots" Brown of.
Starke.
Paternal grandparents are
Randy and Kathy Armitage
of Gainesville, and Randy and
Patricia McCord of Starke.
Paternal great-grandparents
afe Norma and the late Edward
Drow of Waldo, Betty and the
late Alva McCord of Raiford and
Nary Armitage of Gainesville.

78BHS
class to host
October
reunion
i The Bradford High School
cdlass of 1978 is planning a
5Nh. reunion for Oct. 26 at
the Hampton Lake Bed and
Breakfast. Organizers are in
need of class members' mailing
addresses.
Please contact Barbara ,
3enckowsky Palko at 386-496-
J755 or via the "Bradford County
fiigh School Starke Fl Class of
78 Reunion" page on Facebook.


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Allison Diane Durrance of
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Frank and Charlotte Durrance
of Starke. She is a 2002 graduate
of Bradford High School and a
2008 graduate of the University
of FIQrida. She is employed at
Bradford Middle School as an
Ag. Ed teacher and attends First
Baptist Church of Starke.
'Patrick is the son of Pat and
Tammy Hartley of Lake City. He
is a 2006 graduate of Fort' White
High School and a 2011 graduate
of Tulsa Welding School. He is
employed at DuPont and attends
First Baptist Church of Starke.
The wedding and reception are
planned for Saturday, Sept. 14, at
6 p.m. at Santa Fe River Ranch
in Alachua.


Carter,


Barbara and Edward Carter of
Lake Butler announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Pamila Myri Carter, to Kenneth
Edward Higginbotham, son. of
Katherine and Edward
Higginbotham of Callahan.
The bride-elect is currently
employed as a music instructor at
Lake Butler Elementary School
as well as the assistant band
director at Union County High
School.
The groom:elect is employed
with Beaver Street Fishery in
Jacksonville.
The wedding ceremony will
take place on Saturday, Sept. 28,
at 4 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Lake Butler. A reception
.honoring the newlywed couple
will follow.
After a brief honeymoon in
Savannah, Ga., the couple will
reside in Raiford.
Though no local invitations
are being sent, all family and
friends are invited to attend this
joyous occasion.


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Dempsey R. and Margie B. Sapp


Sapps celebrate 70 years


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Amanda Reed of Starke and
Phillip Lazenby of Hampton an-
nounce their engagement.
Amanda is the daughter of
Charles and Shari Reed of Starke.
She graduated from Bradford
High School and the University
of Florida, and is a member of
Kinglsey Lake Baptist Church.
Phillip is the son of Scott and
Linda Lazenby of Hampton.
He graduated from Bradford
High School and the University
of Florida, and is a member of
Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
The wedding is planned for
Oct. 19,2013, in Gainesville.


Dempsey R. and Margie
B. (Beckham) Sapp of Lake
Butler are celebrating their 701'
wedding anniversary. They
were married in Arlington, Va.,
on Sept. 17, 1943, while he wa.
serving in the U.S. Navy.
Dempsey and Margie are the.
founders of Florida Pest ContrOl
and Chemical Company.
They have four children: Kay


(Don) Frowick of St. Petersburg,
Deborah Wise (deceased),
Dempsey R. (Diane) Sapp Jr. of
Lake Butler and Angelia (Don)
Dickey of Knoxville, Tenn.
They have seven grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
To honor this special occasion,
they are having a celebration
dinner with family and friends.


Brewer, Jackson wed Aug. 17


John Waters and Goldie
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Turner, Waters
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Goldie Dawn Turner, daughter
of Sheila Turner and niece of
Gary and Gail Coleman, and
John Russell Waters, son of
Dennis Waters Sr. and Donna
Waters will be celebrating their
wedding on Oct. 26,2013.


Donna Patray Brewer and
Jeffrey Blake Jackson were
united in marriage on Aug.
17, 2013, at First Presbyterian
Church of Starke. Officiating
the ceremony was Rev. Dr. Don
McGarity. Attendants for the
couple were Susan Nichols, best
friend of the bride, and Edward
Jackson, brother of the groom.
Guests included Minnie Lou
Patray, mother of the bride, and
Brenda Jackson, sister-in-law of
the groom. Also in attendance'
as- :,photo grapher ,.re Mark
Patray,'.brother of the .bride, and
his son Jacob.
Afterward, family and friends
met a: Cedar River in Starke for
dinner. A two-tiered wedding
cake and the groom's chocolate
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EIT; ARIES


Marjorie Alligood husband. William Ray Scheer. in
11983."
ALACHUA-Marjorie Dees 'Mrs. Scheer is survived
Alligood, 95. of'Alachua died on by: her son. Richard (Evelyn)
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. at E.T. Scheer of Keystone Heights; twp
York Haven Hospice Care Center. grandchildren. George "Tony"
She was born on May 21, 1918. (Karen) Scheer of Keystone Heights
iiQ Union County to the late waiter and Donna (Jay) Smith of Merritt
and Lois Nesmith Dees.'She was a Island: and twb great-grandchildren,
member of New Oak Grove Baptist Courtney (Bo) Sheridan of Merritt
Church, was a homemaker and was a Island and A.J. Scheer of Keystone
licensed beautician. Heights. Also surviving are: two
She was preceded in death by: step-great-granddaughters. Heather
her husband. Turner Alligood: Brown and Stephanie Brown, in
S.sisters Lucille Buhl and Willa Mae addition to several great-great-
Johnston;'brothers B.W., J.L.. Tom grandchildren.
and Charlie Dees: and granddaughter A memorial service will be held
Tammy Alligood O'Steen. Saturday, Sept. 21, at 10 a.m. in
She is survived by: daughter, the' Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Yvonne A. (Carey) Kwiatkowski chapel, with Father Mike Williams
of Alachua; sons Jerry (Teddy) officiating. The family will
Alligood, Billy (Dianne) Alligood receive friends at the funeral home
and 'Bruce (Debbie) Alligopd, all following the services. The burial
of Alachua; five grandchildren; six will take place at Jefferson Barracks
great-grandchildren; and one great- National Cemetery in St. Louis at a
great-grandson. later date.
Funeral services were conducted Arrangements are under the care
on Sept. 9 at New Oak Grove Baptist of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Church, with Rev. Eddie Blalock, Keystone Heights. I
Rev. Darwin Griffin and Rev. PAID OBITUARY
Terry Elixson officiating.-nltermeht
followed at the church cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family
asks that donations be made to E.T. ,.
York Haven Hospice, 4200 N.W. 901h
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606.
Archer 'Funeral Home of Lake
Butler is in charge of arrangements.


Jean Delo
A memorial'service honoring the
life of Jean Oelo will be held at 11
a.m. on'Saturday, Sept. 14, at Trinity
Baptist Church in Keystone Heights.
Delo passed away on July 15,
2013, in Falls Church, Va. She was
86.

Irene Parrish
PROVIDENCE-Irene Harriett
Vanzant Parrish, 92, of Providence
died Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2013, at
Suwannee Valley Maven Hospice
Care Center after an extended
illness.
She was born on June 18, 1921,
in High Springs to the late Jarvis
and. Willie Vaughn Vanzant. She
lived most of her life in the Union
County area and was a member of
Philippi Baptist Church. She worked
for Copeland Sausage Company as a
vendor for many years.
She was preceded in death by: her
"husband, G.W. Parrish; and a son,
Tony Bielling.
; She is survived by: daughter,
Mickey !Pons '.of Newberry; sons
Tommy (Barbara) Bielling of Fort
White and Toby Bielling of Santa
Ana, Calif.; stepdaughters Linda
Andre%'s (Jeff) ScoLtt o'Pro tdence
and Gharlotte (Ray) Townsend of
Providence; stepsons, George "Bud"
t'arrish of Lake Butler and Don
"Patricia) Parrish of Providence;
*sister, Idell Holder of Lake City;
31 grandchildren; 51 great-
orandchildren; and 12 great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be
conducted on Friday, Sept. 13, at
|i0:30 a.m. in the chapel of Archer
;Funeral Home, with Elder Herman
,Griffin officiating. Internment will
_follow at Elzey- Chapel Cemetery.
ithe family will receive friends on
,Thursday, Sept. 12, from'6 p.m. until
:8 p.m. at the funeral home.
SArcher Funeral Home of Lake
fButler is infi charge of arrangements.

Marie Scheer
[KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mrs.
tMarie Agnes Scheer, 99, of Keystone
jHeights passed away Tuesday, Sept.
S3, 2013, at Windsor Manor Nursing
Home in Starke.
SShe was born on Sept. 1, 1914, in
_St. Louis, Mo., to the late George
Land Catherine (Hack) Kelly. Prior
to retirement, Mrs. Scheer! was .a
.:laborer in a calendar warehouse in
!Missouri before moving to Keystone
'iHeights in 1993. She pwas a member
,of St. William Catholic Church and
iMelrose Woman's Club, and was an
.avid bowler and bingo player.
She was preceded in death by her


Margie Schaefer
Margie Schaefer
STARKE-Margie Lovada
Schaefer, 87, a lifelong resident of
Starke, died Sunday, Sept. 8, 2013,
at Shands at North Florida Regional
Hospital.
She was born on March 11, 1926,
to the late Gen. Lee Kersey and
Lena Woods-Kersey.
Margie was preceded in death by:
her husband, Charles Schaefer Sr.;
six brothers;. and four sisters.
SShe is'survived by: her children,
Charles (Dona) Schaefer Jr. of
Starke and Nora S. (John A.) Tabah
.of Lake Butler; brother, Earl Kersey;
six grandchildren; five' "great-
grandchildren; and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Sept. 12, at 11 a.m. at
Crosby Lake Cemetery, with Pastor


Roman Alvarez officiating.
Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.


Sandy Schmldt
Sandy Schmidt
STARKE-Sandy M. Schmidt,
56, of Starke died Thursday, Sept.
5, 2013, at E.T. York Care Center in
Gainesville.
She was born on July 15, 1957, in
Starke to the late Charles D. "Mac"
and Lois (Hixson) McCullough. She
was a professional crafter and ran
several online businesses. She was
a meniber of First United Methodist
Church of Starke.
She is survived by: her husband
of 27 years, Todd Schmidt of
Starke; daughter, Samantha (Chris)
Flanders of Starke; twin sister,
Cyndy (Arnold) Weeks of Keystone
Heights; Todd's parents, John
and Verna Schmidt of Starke; a
granddaughter; two brothers-in-law;
and one sister-in-law.
A memorial' service was held
Sept. 10 at First United Methodist
Church, with Pastor Mike Moore
officiating.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
are requested to be made to the
American Cancer Society, 2119 S.W.
16'h St., Gainesville, FL 32608, or
the American Red Cross, 1425 N.W.
Sixth St., Gainesville, FL 32601.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.

Alfred Turner
GREEN COVE SPRINGS-
Reverend Alfred "Shelton" Turner,
86, 'of Green Cove Springs died
Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at Bradford
Terrace Nursing Home.
He was born in Henagar, Ala.,
on Oct. 29,' 1926, to the late Reuben
and Velma (Yarbrough) Turner, and
was raised around Sand Mountain,
Ala. He was the manager for
Deaton Truck Lines in Houston
and, .following Bible college, he
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He was preceded in death by his
wife of 22 years, Betty Turner.
He is survived by: son, Jeff
(Misty) Turner of Starke; and two
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Sept.
10 at Congregational Holiness
Church, with Rev. Ronnie Surrency
officiating. Burial followed at
Hickory Grove Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
of Helm-Gallagher Funeral Home &
Cremation Services.


We would like to say a huge
"THANK YOU!" to everyone
that loved John Colson Rimes.
Thank you for all the food that
you brought to the house for the
family and all the love and hugs
that come along with it. Thank
you for all of your prayers that
you have saidfor us and with us.
Thank you for all of the flower
and cards sent showing your
care and love. JC, Colson, Little
John, Daddy, Two Daddy, Dad-
dy John. what ever you called
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Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013, at Shands at
the University of Florida.
Born in Aikens, S.C., she later
moved to Lawtey. She was a
member of True Gospel Mission
of Chiefland. She was employed in
dietary with the Bradford County
School System and Camp.Blanding.
She is survived by: three sons,
,Thaddius Willians, 'Allen Lee
Williams and Jerry Lee Williams,
all of Lawtey; daughter, Stephone
Harper of Lawtey; brother, Willie
James McNeal; sisters-in-law
Mamie Ross and Clemetine White,
both of Lawtey, Barbara McNeal and


Francis Williams; 10 grandchildren;
and two great-grandchildren. '
Funeral services will be held
t 11I a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14,
at Truevine Outreach Ministries,
with Pastor Ruth Scott (presiding)
and Pastor Robert Scott (etulogist)
conducting the service's. Intefment
will be held at Peetsville Cemetery
in Lawtey under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home Inc. of Starke.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
Sept, 13; at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial Chapel. Family hour is
from 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. Friends are
welcome from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
The cortege will line up at the-
home of Thaddius Williams at
21513 N.E. 13th Ave. in Lawtey at
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Tigers ride 4th-quarter rally to 13-10 win over West Nassau
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BY VINCENT ALEX BROWN
Times Editor
This is the stuff that Frida\
night football is made of. The
Union Coufity High School
Tigers. down 10-0 at the half.
attacked the West Nassau
I-gh School Warriors with 13
unanswered points-all in the
fourth quarter-to win the game
13-10 on Sept. 6 in Callahan.
Two touchdown runs in the
-final 7:56 by Phillip Lillie put
the Tigers' record at 2-0 so
far and showing that they can
handle adversity-as much- as
you can throw at them.
Afterward, head coach-Ronny
Pruitt told his'team, "You guys


grew up. I don't like growing' up
that way. but I'll take it."
The Class 4A Warriors (0-
1) scored with a field goal on
their first set of downs after
recovering a fumble by the
Tigers on the first play of the
game. Fortunately, that ,was not a
sign of things to come-though
it took till the end of the came to
discover that. '
Union County. which
ascended to the top of the state's
Class IA poll. this week, then
marched it down the field, but
just could not score, with one
pass knocked down and another
one incomplete.
Both teams committed
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catches a pass
from Caleb Cox
before, running
out of bourinos
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Tigers'13-10
win over We;t
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enllies here and there, with
nqre loainwt ihe Tigers as they
iei to l1I,% ihvir' a6 to a win
ptiir 1ir1l,rp0 g4me.
A'". (r.tt(4 53:23 mark, the
1i.tr, stopped short of a
r diqwn after the Warriors
4d s9pred again-this time
) 'Aopichdon run by their


quarterback halfway through the
second quarter. He was, helped
two plays, earlier by a roughing-
the-passer call. against Jacquez
Warren. Officials moved the ball
half the distance to the goal-the
Tigers' 3-yard-line.
But after that touchdown and
a successful extra-point attempt,


West Nassau would have no more
points to show for its efforts.
SUnion linebacker Austin
Dukes was again strong this
game, getting a sack in late in the
first half. Other key defensive
plays were made by Lillie, Casey
Driggers. Princeton Alexander,
Kel Galloway and Joseph
Merriex.
Of course, some of these
players excel on both sides of the
ball.
Throughout the third quarter,
things did not pick up for the
Tigers. even after a trick play.
Alexander took the snap for
a punt, but then tossed it to
quarterback Caleb Cox, whose
pass was intercepted. Alexander
was a bit shaken up after the
play. '
Cox had a good night, with
his passing game picking up
speed with the pace of this new
season. During the game, Cox
sustained a small gash to the
top of hIs right/throwing hand.
After the game, he unwrapped


the bloody gauze protecting it so
that Pruitt could inspect it. Pruitt
thought Cox would be OK: (This. '
week, a player said Cox received
stitches.)
The quarterback's, first ;pass
in the fourth quarter was tipped
three times before nearly being
picked off, but he and the team
successfully marched it down,
the field to gettheir first score of
the game-a 1-yard touchdown 1
run by Lillie-at the 7:56 mark,:
in the fourth.' ..
The defense then forced a,:,
turnover with a fumble recovery
after the Warriors got it back.,
After working it down the,.
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45-yard-line, Isaiah Johnsor..
made a 9-yard run, but came up!:
just short of the first down'at.-
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brought out the chains just to"
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Defense is dominant in Indians' 19-0 road win over Wildwood


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
Keystone Heights High
School's defense held Wildwood
to 30 yards, allowing the visiting
Indians to outscore the Wildcats
19-0 in a weather-delayed
varsity football game'in Sumter
.County on Sept. 6.
Sam Anderson notched seven
tackles and six assists. Four of
Anderson's stops resulted in lost
'yardage for the Wildcats. Josh
Knight had five tackles and three
assists, Darein Gilio had five
tackles and 10 assists, and Chase
Musselman had two tackles and
eight assists. Musselman also
recovered three fumbles.
Kickoff, which was scheduled
for 7:30 p.m., was delayed
until approximately 8:30 due
to lightning. Light rain, which
continued to fall throughout the
first half, contributed to seven
fumbles between the two squads
in the first two quarters.
Wildwood took possession on
its own 47 to start the game, but
the Indian defense pushed the
home team back to its own 20.
From there, an errant punt
gave the Indians the ball on


the Wildwood 30 for their first
possession. Runs by Anderson,
Michael Carroll and quarterback
Blake Valenzuela took the ball to
the 10. From there, Valenzuela
found Micah Brown in the end
zone for the game's first score.
The Keystone quarterback
stayed on the field to hold for J J.
Schofield's extra-point attempt,
but the snap slipped through
Valenzuela's hands. Valenzuela
tried to improvise a two-point
conversion, but Wildwood
defenders tackled him before he
could find an open receiver or
open field.
Keystone's next score came
in the second quarter after a
Wildwood fumble gave the
Indians the ball on the Wildcat
47. Two consecutive Valenzuela
passes-one for 29 yards and
one for 12-to Brighton Gibbs
put the ball on the Wildwood 6.
After and incomplete pass and
an Anderson run that gained
no yardage, Valenzuela went
airborne again, finding Kyler
Teague in the end zone.
The visitors then attempted
a two-point conversion, but
Valenzuela's throw feH short,


resulting in a 12-0 Indian lead
with 36 seconds left in the half.
Keystone threatened again
to start the second half with
a 10-play drive starting on its
own 43. The series consumed
nearly half of the third quarter.
Runs by Anton Noble (7, 6,
7, 7 and 11 yards), Carroll (9
yards) and Anderson (8 yards)
took the ball to the Wildwood
14, but a fumble, which the
Indians recovered, and a sack
pushed Keystone back to the 23.
On fourth-and-20, Valenzuela
completed a 13-yard strike to
Teague, but Wildwood took over
on downs from its own 10.
The Indian defense then
pushed the Wildcats back 2
yards, forcing the home team to
punt from its own 8.
SA 16-yard punt gave Keystone
the ball on the Wildwood 24.
Runs by Gilio, Carroll, Noble
and Lane Blanton took the ball
to the 8. From there, Knight ran
in for the touchdown. Schofield
added the extra point for a 19-0
final.
Valenzuela ended the game
with nine rushes for 11 yards.
He also completed 6-of-8 passes


Sam Anderson drops a Wildwood player fora loss.
Photo by Tonya Gibbs;


for 82 yards, two touchdowns
and no interceptions..
Gibbs led the team in
reception yardage with 57 yards
off of two catches. Brown had
one catch for 7 yards, which was
a touchdown. Teague caught
two passes for 18 yards and one
touchdown.
Noble led the Indians in
rushing with 89 yards on 13
carries. Carroll ran for 43 yards
on 12 carries, and Anderson had
21 yards on 12 carries. Gilio ran-
for 14 yards on four carries.
After the game, head coach


Chuck Dickinson said his
defense' improved over last
week's game- in which the
Indians gave up 14 points to
West Nassau in 20 minutes.
"We didn't blow- the
assignments this week that we
did last week, and we played
with more intensity," he said.
"Offensively, we've just got
to finish drives," he added; "We
had two or three drives'down in
their red zone and didn't get any
:points -out of them. We moved
the ball well until we got within
the 10, and then we would have


a uiiissed blocking assignment or
we would fumble it."
On Friday, Sept. 13, Keystone |.
travels to Lake Butler to take
on Union County at 7:30 p.m.
Union, the top-ranked team in .
Class IA, is coming off of a
come-from-behind 13-1.0 win
over West Nassau in which the
Tigers scored all of their points '
in the fourth quarter.
Union (2-0) opened the season -
with a 34-0 win over Potter's
House Christian Academy-a
game that was called at the half
due to inclement weather.
Last year, the Indians held '
a 7-0 fourth-quarter lead over i
Union, but lost 8-7 when the
Tigers scored a touchdown and
Added a successful two-point ,
conversion* in the game's. final
8:49. Keystone's defense held .
Union to 77 yards before the
Tigers' game-winning drive, ;
which covered 86 yards.
The Indians. were held to 92-
yards, but a fumble inside the '
Union 20-yard line set them
up for their lone score-a -.
3-yard touchdown run by Alex
Gonzales.


Tornadoes can't slow down rival Baker County in 43-6 loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Baker County quarterback
Jacob Scott and wide receiver
Michael Boone hooked up for
a 68-yard touchdown on the
second play from scrimmage,
and the Wildcats never looked
back in handing the Bradford
High School football team a 43-6
loss on Sept. 6 in Macclenny.
Scott, who would later throw
another 68-yard touchdown pass
to Boone, threw four touchdowns
in all as the Wildcats rolled up
approximately 370 yards. Four
of Baker's touchdowns covered
21 yards or more.
The Wildcats (1-1) were
seemingly in the Bradford
backfield all night, sacking
quarterback Jacob Luke eight
times and recording a total of
15 tackles behind the line of
scrimmage for a total loss of
approximately 80 yards.
Bradford head coach Steve
Reynolds said his players need to
do a better job of executing their
assignments and avoiding the
mistakes that lead to disastrous
results.
"We've got to do a better job
as coaches of getting our kids
ready and understanding how
big a mistake can be," Reynolds.
said.
The -Tornadoes (0-1) were
playing their first game after their
Aug. 30. season opener against
Suwannee was canceled due to
the weather. Reynolds admitted
it Wvould've benefited Bradford
to have played that game, while
adding the team would've also
benefited from having several
players 100-percent healthy.
S"We've got to get some guys
i back and healthy," he said.
"That's going to help out a little
bit;"
SBaker received the opening
kickoff, and after a couple of
penalties-one on each team-
lost 2 yards on a bobbled shotgun
snap. That was one Qf the few
mistakes the Wildcats made as
the next play saw Boone taking
a pass from Scott and turning it
into a 68-yard touchdown one
minute into the game. Scott
added the PAT to make the score
7-0.
Luke, who was 9-of-14 for
173 yards, completed a 15-yard
pass to Kenny Dinkins to gain a
first-down on the Tornadoes' first
series of the game, but tackles


Bradford's Tra'von Thomas makes a play on special
teams, tackling punt returned Michael Boone.


for losses by Baker's Shaquan
Griffin and Cece Jefferson
eventually forced BradfQrd to


punt.
Three plays later, the Wildcats
increased their lead. A 12-


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a facemask penalty after the second quarter. With Scott's
play gave Baker a first down PAT, the score was 21-0.
at the Bradford 24-yard line. An unsportsmanlike conduct
Defensive back Keaaris Ardley penalty on Baker helped
did make a tackle for a 2-yard Bradford start the ensuing series
loss, but Dyal broke free for a at midfield. Tra'Von Thomas
26-yard touchdown run at the then had a tough run on which he
first quarter's 6:29 mark. Scott's dragged a pile of defenders for
PAT put the Wildcats up 14-0. a 9-yard gain. Thomas followed
Baker's next series took a that with a 4-yard run for a first
little longer, but the. result was down,while Dirikinscaughta24-
the same. Dyal, who finished -yard pass for a first down at the
with 80 yards on 13 carries, had Baker 14. Luke then hooked up
two runs for first downs on the. with Cody Bias for a touchdown:
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trailing 21-6.;
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struck again, with Boone
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but are limited today by the
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inclined to hold the hogs, but
will nonetheless bay them.
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that were in demand during the
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other minbr kennel clubs-as
opposed to the more popular
American Kennel Club-
registers most of these dogs.
Many dogs serve double duty
as hunters and pets. Labs are a
good example. Jimmy Prevatt
has owned several Labs and
readily proclaims their assets
as pets. While he does not duck
hunt, he has spent much time
training and exercising his dogs.
When it comes to retrieving,
Labs are as game as any hound
is for trailing.
Do not forget the popular Jack
Russell terriers that are popular
as pets, but they will trail, go
to ground, fight and tree small
animals. They are great squirrel


Robert Lee at his kennel with a Walker hound.


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Bobby Fretwell
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Jonathan Nash
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and second-
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the Lake Butler
tournament.


to this coming hunting season's
adventure, take your dog hunting. :

Outdoors outlook
The University of, Florida
IFAS indicates that the following;"
are due in September: '
Hawk migration begins at
St. Joseph Peninsula in Gulf
County;
Bald eagles return to next
sites and begin courtship;
Deer breeding begins in.
south Florida flatwoods;
Gray bats migrate to
Alabama caves for winter
hibernation;
Atlantic sturgeon begin fall
migration from the Suwannee to
the Gulf of Mexico.
Pan fish are small, but bass are
available. It is also too early for
crappie unless you know where-,.
they congregate around deep-
water cover.
Bull reds are being caught in.',
the St. Johns, but remember that'
27-plus inches must be released.
Mullet are now with roe.
Small to medium shrimp are
now in the St. Johns, and the
catfish and croaker bite is good-;
there as well. :

Lake Butler tournament
results
The Lake Butler Open Bass3
Club held its Sept. 6 tournament
at Sampson Lake. Zack Smith-'
and Bobby Fretwell took first,
place, while Jonathan Nash and;
Richard Kingsbury took second
and the big bass award.
Tight lines until next week.

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Lake Butler Open Bass-
Tournament, Friday evenings;
Sept. 14, archery season'
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Sept. 19, full moon;
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Oct. 19, deer and turkey by'
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Continued from 7B
'"Cox handed the ball off to Lillie,
'who ran it all the waV into the
,end zone to push Union County
over the top with 1:57 to go.
SA failed extra point wouldn't
.matter as the Tigers showed their
grit on a hard-fought battle on
'the gridiron.
; The Warriors- desperately
Tried to win back the game, but
the Tigers shut them down and
Finally intercepted the ball at the
STigers' 45 with 39 seconds to go.
SThey took a knee to run out the
Clock to win the game in front of
Sa stunned West Nassau crowd.
Dukes' sister' Morgan was so
Excited she came up after the
game and gave her brother a
^big hug to congratulate him on
his performance and a stunning
"wvin by the whole team. It's the
,.kind of thing coaches, players,
students, alumni, supporters and
: fans live for every Friday night
,.,come fall.
SBefore the team kneeled to
pray after his usual after-game
Stalk, Pruitt said, "Luck is when
preparation meets opportunity."
SLooks like they were ready to
hit the mother lode.
SUnion will host Class 4A
'Keystone Heights on Friday,
Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m. The Indians
:(1-0) are coming off of a 19-0
?win over Wildwood.



IBHS
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-pass in stride along the sideline
'for a 68-yard touchdown. The
SPAT put Baker up 28-6.
Runs by Dyal, as well as
a personal foul penalty on
Bradford, had the Wildcats
threatening again with a first-
and-goal at the 7. Bias, though,
made a tackle for no gain, while
Jameaze McNeal dropped Dyal
for a loss of 3 yards. Baker
settled for a 23-yard field goal
by Scott, which put the Wildcats
up 31-6 with 56 seconds left in
the first half.
Things didn't get any better for
Bradford to start the second half
as the first play from scrimmage
resulted in Baker's Anthony
James intercepting a -pass that
deflected off of the intended
receiver. Getting the ball at the
Bradford 25, the Wildcats took
six plays to find the end zone
again. Scott threw a 9-yard
.touchdown pass to Brandon
Miller with 6:37 remaining in
the third quarter. Bradford's
Shawn Aaron blocked the PAT,
making the score 37-6.
The Tornadoes hung onto
the ball on their next series, but


Keystobne played West Nassau
in its season opener, but that
game was called, because of the
weather, in the second quarter
withlest Nassau leading 14-0.
Last year, the Tigers trailed
Keystone 7-0 before Geordyn
Green, a current senior, scored
.on a 49-yard run with 8:49 to
play. Prince Alexander's run on
the two-point conversion gave
the Tigers an 8-7 win.
Union was held to 77 yards
before its game-winning drive,
which covered 86 yards.
The Tigers were stout
defensively, allowing Keystone
to gain only 92 yards. A Union
fumble inside its own 20, as
well as a personal foul penalty
on a field-goal attempt, set the
Indians up for Alex Gonzales'
3-yard touchdown- run in the
third quarter.

Hall of Fame festivities
rescheduled
The Union County Hall of
Fame nigh, which was scheduled
to take place during this Friday
night's game against Keystone,
has been rescheduled for the
Tigers' Oct. 18 game against
Newberry.
Murray Ford Night activities
will continue to take place as
scheduled during the Oct. 18
game during halftime.



it was a quick three-and-out,
with running back Jarvis DeSue
being tackled behind the line of
scrimmage twice and Luke being
sacked.
Boone would cap the scoring
with a 36-yard touchdown
reception at the 5:20 mark of the
third quarter. Scott's PAT was no
good.
Bradford did threaten to score
when Ardley's 24-yard reception
gave the Tornadoes a first down
at the Baker 17. The Wildcats
would end the drive with their
third interception.
DeSue finished the game with
seven carries for 54 yards, while
Dinkins caught three passes for
47 yards.
TheTornadoes will host fellow
Class 4A school Fort White on
Friday, Sept. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
The Indians (1-0) are coming off
of a 38-16 win over Newberry
in which' senior running back
Tavaris Williams rushed for 226
yards and two touchdowns on 23
carries. The defense allowed 149
rushing, -yards and 21 passing
yards, intercepting Newberry
three times.
The Indians went 6-4 during
the regular season in 2012 and
lost a first-rounid playoff game to
First Academy.


HUBBLE
Continued from 1B
Bob Oehl, Greg Ashley, Adam
Ashley, Travis Ashley and Wes
Hoy, was responsible for sorting
out and providing solutions to
the complex logistics involved
in the disassembly and transport
of the Hubble mockup. The same
team is also presently working
out the logistics involved in the
pending transport of a 154-foot-
long space shuttle external tank,
which will be moved from
Green Cove Springs to Keystone
Heights Airport this fall.
The purpose of the Hubble
Space Telescope mockup, a
precise, full-scale model, was


I


to train and prepare NASA
astronauts for the Hubble Space
Telescope servicing missions.
The mockup was used* in the.
Johnson Space Center'- Neutral
buoyancy Lab, a 6.2 million-
gallon water tank at the Sonny
Carter Training Facility, which
provided an environment closely
replicating the weightlessness
of space. The crew, wearing
pressurized spacesuits, practiced
how to position their bodies,
maneuver and perform ,"on-
orbit" tasks under the watchful
eye of safety divers.
NASA astronauts performed
four servicing missions, with
the first visit (STS-61) to the
flubble telescope in December
1993 and the fourth and final


Mission (STS-125) in May 2009.
The space shuttle fleet retired in
20110. ,
SWings of Dreams, a 501(c)(3)
charitable organization,has more
than 60 historic space artifacts
That will be used to highlight
the history of America's space
program and inspire youth to
pursue educational programs in
science, technology, engineering
and mathematics (STEM).
The organization is seeking
financial and in-kind assistance
to help preserve and restore
these artifacts and -complete
the construction of a facility
to display them and provide a
space for educational programs.
Wings of Dreams was one of
178 educational organizations


nationwide, recently select
from'a pool of more than 400
candidates, to receive -a" NASA
mini-grant for an after-school
STEM program. The program
sessions will -be taught' by
Wings of Dreams volunteer Dr.
Francisco Reyes, University
of Florida -Department of
Astronomy associate scientist
and director of the Ul teaching
observatories, with the support
of the University of Florida
Department of Astronomy,
public outreach initiative.
For more information, visit
www.wingsofdreams.org,' or
contact Robert Oehl at 352-256-.
8037 or bob@wingsofdreams.
org. "


Charley Johns




Conference Center


US 301 North Starke, FL 32091


904-964-5278



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ways to let our community enjoy the conference center

and rent part of the facility for different occasions.




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2001 CHRYSLER VOY-
AGER Mini Van. Interior
looks new. 7 passenger.
20-24 mpg. White with
gray & black trim. $2,600.
904-964-6350.
47
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Property ( Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.


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I # ', & ^; 1' ... '" I


Older 2BR/I1 BA singe wide on 2.10 acres, w/
heat & A/C in need of some repairs. Can be
lived in with minimal repairs. Has well,
septic, and Elect. Several storage bldgs, &
livestock pen wlwater.

REDUCED 32,500
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NO RENT TO OWN
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for more information


ATTN: STATE PROPERTY
MANAGER, we have a
two-story building, 9 offic-
es, dual A/C system, etc.
Will modify for long term
contract. For more infor-
mation call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305.
FOR RENT: Suite of offices.
Reception area, 3 offices,
break room, 2 bathrooms.
$550/mo. For more infor-
matior call Mary Johnson
at 904-964-6305.


FOR RENT PROFES-
SIONAL OFFICE, 1,500
sq.ft.- $1,000/mo.- up to
3,000 sq.ft. contiguous
$2,000/mo. Warehouse
3,000 q. ft. $800/mo.
Smith & Smith Realty.
904-964-9222.
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
COUNTRY, but city is close.
1.85 acres cleared on
paved road. Easy com-


mute to work w/3BR/2BA,
$475/mo. Call Brady 386-
418-0435.,
MINI RANCH, on'-5
acres. Country living w/
4BR/2BA. 2 living areas,
short drive to store. $575/
mo. Call Mike 386-418-
0438.
BUY NOW, or rent to own.
3BR/2BA. double wide,
remodeled on 1 acre.
Close to town @ $650/
mo. Call Brady 386-418-
0424.


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41 Auctions 52 Animals& Pets 62 Vacation/Travel
42 Motor Vehicles & Accessories 53A Yard Sales 63 Love Lines
43 RVs & Campers 53B Keystone Yard Sales 64 Business Opportunities
44 Boats &ATVs 53C Lake Butler Yard Sales 65 Help Wanted
45 Land for Sale 54 Produce 66 Investment Opportunities
46 Real Estate Out of Area 55 Wanted 67 Hunting Land- for Rent
47 Commercial Property 56 Antiques 68 Carpetleaning
(Rent, Lease, Safe) 57 For Sale 69 Food Supplements
48 Homes for Sale- 58 Child/Adult Home Care 70 Money to Lend
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 59 Personal Services 71 Farm Equipment
50 For Rent 60 Home Improvement 72 Computers&Accessories
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QWNER FINANCE.
'3BR/2BA. on fenced lot.
: $510/no. Cal Brady386-
,418-0435.
O0OD, LITTLE, OR NO
'CREDITM We finance 575
':credit score w/10% down.
;Zero for land owners, or
ownerfinance. 13thstrest
Homes, 386-4180424.
PUSH. PULL, OR DRAG
. IT. Have a title, well deal.
Huge demand for used
-homes-Top dollar. 13th
-Street Homes. 386-418-
0424.
FISHERMAN'S DREAM.
3BRF2BA. on 1.25 acres,
cdose to river. Complete
wl/appc. heating & air.
$495mio. Call Mike 386-
,-418-0424.'
EX-LARGE DW. ON 213
acre. Fireplace, new
Metal roof-AC-rugs. To-
tally refurbished. Owner
financing. 352-745-0094.
ATENTIONI We buy used
mobile homes Singles or
doublewldes. Call Rusty
at North Pointe Homes.
S352-872-5566..
NEW 2013 28x52- 3/2
Jacobsen, only 1 left.
S$45,900, inc. del-set-A/c-
Sskirting, and steps. No
gimmicks! North Pointe
Homes, Gainesville, 352-
S872-5566. Free credit by
Sphonetill 9pm.
ORTH POINT HOMES
in Gainesville has the
largest selection of New
Jacobsen Homes in Flor-
lda. AN at Factory Outlet
SPricest We also have 10
displaymodelsbeing sold
at coat North Point Hwy.
441 N. Gainesville 352-
872-5566.
6 x 80- 3BR/2 BA. Only
$250/mo. 904-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TTLED-
3BRS2 BA. Will move &
stforfme only $375Anox
904-783-4619.
;2x80 PALM HARBOR
4BFU2BA. $2,000 down.
$450/mo. 904-783-4619.
E HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, dean, dose to prise-
Son. Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES
In Lake Butler & Statice.
16x80 2BR/2BA, DW
3BR/2BA. 2 & 3 BR sin-
gle wides. Both fenced.
Deposit required. Call
678-438-MM28.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
infonnatica.
50
For Rrnt
.AKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS. Accepting ap-
pcamionsforHC and non-
HC. 1,23,&4BR.Equal
Housing opportunity. 1005
SW 6th St. Lake Butler,
S32054. TODDITY 711.
SCall 386-496-3141.
KEYSTONE HTS.02BRre-
modeled mobile. Central
Sheat&akbigtreess.Serir
Sdicount possible. $490.
S352-473-5745.
2BR Upstairs apartment by
,.railroad, Starke. $4501
mo. plus deposit. Call
M04-364-9022 or 904-
-964-6305.
STARKE across from Coun-
try Club. Available Oct
1sLt. 3BR/1BA. house, .
compl renovated. New
cpet vinyl, cabinet ts, ap-
piiances, on 1/2 acre, in-
dludes lawn care. Service'
animals only, no smok-
^ng, references. $700Aom.
;$700 deposit Immediate
*'occup~ancy. Ideal for small
af mly of couple. Cal 904-
*662-3735 please leave
;message if no answer.
FOR RENT. HOUSE: 3BRI2
LA, LR, DR- Kitchen, util-
pzty room, 1 carport, CHA,
walkingg distance to down
town. $700/mo. First and
*'.last month rent Service
-'ianimals only. 904-964-
6718.
2BR/ 1 BA. CH/A. VERY
',clean. Quiet area. Wa-
:-er & lawn maintenance
provided. $49Shno. Plus
Deposit 904-364-8135.
CHARMING 1BR COT-

SNOW
ACCEPTING
APPLICATIONS
Southern Villas
of Starke
Ask aboutour
$199 Move in Special
1&2 BRApartmens HC &
non-HiC Units. CenraiAC/
Heat, on-site laundry,
*aygrowid, private, quiet

; Located on SR-16,
2;1001 Southern Vilas Dr.
Stake. FL
a11904-964-7295
.t TDD/TY 711


Waldo Villas
Move-In

Special
| 2 Bedroom
Townhome


$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st&
2nd mouth's rent
Equal housing opporfunily.
SThis instiftfon is an equal
: oppodfitfl ovwerw&
: employer.
SCall Nita at
-352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


TAGE. Smith Lake Area.
$425/mo. 1 month de-
posit For appointment to
see call 904-379-2677.
3BR/1.5 BA Block House on
230 E. CH/A, Mini blinds
and carpet throughout.
Very dean, rent includes,
refrigerator, stove, dish-
washer, washer, dryer,
micro-wave, 3 ceiling
fars. garage, fenced yard,
storage shed. No pets.
Rent $80.004W monti
1stI laest $300 security de-
posIt Cal 386-853-0944.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke, free utletis and
Direct TV. Call Wayne,
352-258-3039.
LAKE ALTO ESTATES MO-
BILE HOMES, 2BR/1BA.
$525/mo. 3BRI2BA.
$650/mo. Newly updat-
ed, washer/dryer hook-
ups, storage sheds, nice
porches. Service animals
only. 317-748-7912.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-290-
0083 OR 904-964-5006.
KEYSTONE Rentals,
2BR/1BA CHIA house,
$600hno. 2BR/1Ba mo-
bile homes, $475-$550/
mo. All on small spring
* feed lake, sandy beach.
Call for more formation.
352-226-6226.
52
Animals & Pets
AKC REGISTERED BEA-
' GLE puppies for sale,
$300. 10 weeks old,
shots up to date. Looking
for loving homes. Call
904-364-7121 or 904-
263-3410.
53A
Yard Sales
YARD SALE, Fri. Sat 8am.-
3 pm. S.R. 100 & S.E.
66Mh St. Look for signs.
Furniture, Handi-House
shed & much more.
COME ON OVER to 14272
Cole St In Waldo (across
from library), on Sat.
8-3. Kenmore Convec-
tion Oven. Old Table &
chair set, pine single
bed, spindle piano, cloth-
ing. lamps, books & kot
of Misc. We're ready to
make a deal.
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. Sat. 7am.-? 1598
NE SR 16. (3 miles east
on SR. 16). Household
Items, gibs doting sizes
6-8., boys clothing, toys.
books, DVD's, lots more.
YARD SALE: 1352 S.


Water Street, Starke
8 am till 3 pm. Sat-
urday & Sunday
I have women's and
men's clothes, glassware,
furniture, kids shoes/toys,
antiques, golf balls and
much more.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
YARD SALE RAIN OR
SHINE- 2 family. 8 a.m.
Saturday, Sept. 14 at
6984 Elb Road, keystone
(off Gasllne). French
doors; baby equipment,
toys and gi clothes infant
2T in great condition;
house wares, new bed-
ding, framed pictures,
collectibles, eta.
FIR. SAT. 8AM.-3PM. 7225
Pleasant Point Rd. Key-
stone. Tools, lumber,
household, Jet sid, furni-
ture, antiques, applianc-
es, boating accessories,
electronics.
HUGE Community YARD
SALE for Benefits for
kxlocal children being hed
Saturday, September 14,
2013 at Moring Funeral
Home in Melrose starting
at 8 00am till 2.f)pm and
may go longer. There
will be a ULicensed Stylist
giving hair cuts for $5.00
qach. Hot Dogs, drinks
and etc. food Items will
be sold also. There will
be toys and clothes for
al agesfor boys. gs. ba-
bies and adults and other
Items such as household
Items, washing machine,
tools, furniture and etc.
ALSO ALL DONATIONS
WOULD BE GREAT-
LY APPRECIATED.
PLEASE COME CHECK
US OUTI If you would like
to make a donation but
cant come to the yard
sale, please call Moring
Funeral Home (352-475-
2201) for instructions.
This Is the second one
we have held and the first
one was a great success
due to the community car-
ing for these local young
children In need.
55
Wanted
WANTED, Those looking
for a church home. Blue
jeans, tattos and pler-
ig welcome. Grace Bap-
tist church.
CASH FORJUNKcare $300


0 549 mth
Forte 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only $629 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only$729r mth

For-he 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
Call for current
MOVE-IN SPECIALS!








FLORIDA
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DIRECTOR,
WATER RESOURCES
(Grant Funded)
Direct all functions of the water
resources programs; supervise staff;
maintain constant rapport with industry;
develop industry oriented training and
education programs; maintain an
industry advisory committee; and do
strategic planning. Manage all aspects
of the non-credit, AS and BAS
programs, courses and faculty.
Requires Bachelor's degree with five
years of experience in water
management issues or workforce
education. Skill in people
management; ability to interact
positively with industry; ability to work
with government agencies; ability to
analyze and solve problems.
Desirable qualifications: Master's
degree in education or relevant field.
Three years in a management position
or related experience. Knowledge of
current issues related to the water
industry and water quality.
SALARY: $50,000 annually plus
benefits
DEADLINE FOR RECEIVING
APPUCATIONS: Open Until Filled
Persons interested should provide
College application, vita, and
photocopies of transcripts. All foreign
transcripts must be submitted with
official translation and evaluation.
Position details and applications
available at: www.fgc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
E-Mail: humanr-)fqc.edu
FGC is accredited b the Conmnission on Colleges of'tlhe
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VPRADAVE AEO Colege in Education and Employment


& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
4454-3909.
57 -
For Sale
FOR SALE, due to Illness,
all good condition. 1994
6400 John Deer Trac-
tor w/canopy-MFWD 85
hp, 3 hitch-2 remotes.
640 loader 1964 Gal-
lon grader. 1995 Fer-
guson roller. 1989 Ford
350 Dually diesel truck.
1996 Hallmark 8x16.5
ft. enclosed trailer. 1970
F 750 single-axle Ford
dump truck w/equipnment
trailer. 12 ft. Jon boat
Table saw, Fert. spreader,
Wuritzer-Melville-Clark
spinet piano, Hammond
spinet organ L-133 has
LES LER speakers. Call
386-4964-683.
KENMORE ELITE DUAL
FUEL RANGE. Perfect
baking like magic, with
convection oven. Ceramic
glass, 5 burner gas cook
top $519. Beautiful 7
plece Portland oak cabi-
nets. 2 have glass front,
one Is a comar carousel,
$480. Call 352-519-2400
or 352-2264461.
BANANA TREES. Plants
are approx. 3 ft tall. $10
eachor3for$25. Located
In Starke. Call 904-796-
0781.
86 BRONCO 302 AUTO.
Wont start. $1,200. 15'
Griffis & Son's Stump-
knocker. 50 hp. Mercury.
401B Thrust Mimr Kota.
$1,200.904-325-4149.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correctlon
of termite & water-dam-


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801 South Waer Seet
Stake, FL 32091
904-964:4214
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Accepti AppkcaftWo
SRenal Asssance)
1,2;Z &'3t'edrbbmHC &
Non.HC accessible
apadmenms.
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Help Wanted
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TRAINEES
NEEDED NOW!
Learn to drive for
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$700 per week!
No experience
needed! Local
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aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bidgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark. 904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has moneyto lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
65
Help Wanted
EXPERIENCED PROP-
ERTY preservation sub-
contractors. Must be li-
censed, insurance, expe-
rienced in home repairs,
provide equipment, and
available to travel within
Florida. You will also need
knowledge of camera and
computer use for sending
picture files dailyto office.
Call 352-473-0095.
HIRING experienced prop-
erty preservation secre-
taries. Prefer Vendor 360,
Mars & Zephyr knowl-
edge. MUST have knowl-
edge of Windows 7 or 8
& Excel. Construction,
Building materials and
use of cost estimator a
plus. Call 352-473-0095.
PREVIOUS OR CURRENT
FLVS home-school stu-
dent or parent willing to
tutor grandparents & 6th
& 10Oth graders on school
computer navigation. 352-
468-3593.352-339-0099.
LOOKING FOR HIGH en-
ergy, positive staff to work
with young female with
devepmental disabiliies
11-Spin. Mon.-Fri. Must
possess HS Dip/GED, 1
yr paid Exp. healthcare/
chidcare or related field,
current DL, ability to pass
local, state, federal back-
ground screening. $8 hr


to start. Call 904-964-
7767 or fax resume to
1-877-571-3966.
TOWN OFWORTHINGTON
Springs is taking applica-
tions for a Town Auditor
to conduct the financial
requirements meeting the
Department of Revenue
Florida Statutes. For the
current 2012-2013 fiscal
year in which the Town
will not need a full audit
but will have annual re-
ports and items due to
meet the Florida Law.
Please send your resume
and proposed contract to
the Town of Worthington
Springs, PO Box 150,
Worthington Springs, FL
32697 or Town Clerk, Pat
Harrell at 352-316-6776
for more information.
Drivers: $5,000 Sign-On
Bonusl Great Payl
Consistent Freight,
Great Miles on This
Regional Account.
Werner Enterprises:
1-888-567-3110.


EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR-
CUITrrCourtAdministration
JuvenleAltemnativeSanc-
tions Coordinator (Posi-
tion based In Alachua
County) salary: $45,303
Annually. Position Open
Until Riled. For informa-
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BHS, KHHS
place 2nd,
3rd in boys'
golf match

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Cameron Chadwick and
Hayden Balkcom had scores of
41 and 43, respectively, to help
the Bradford High School boys'
golf team place second in a
three-team match also including
Keystone Heights and Palatka on
Sept. 3 in Starke.
The Tornadoes, who were
participating in their first match
of the season, finished with
a team score of 181, while
Keystone had a third-place score
of 193. Palatka won the match
with a score of 174.
Also participating for Bradford
were Zach DeWitt and Timothy
Craig Jr., who had scores of 46
and 51, respectively, as well
as Preston Sheppard and CJ.
Adkins, who had scores of 57
and 60, respectively.
SGrant Bostick and Cory Taylor
led the Indians with scores of
45 and 46, respectively. Nolan
Julius shot a 49 for Keystone,
while Shaw Fuller and Brandon
Taylor each shot 53. Brandon
Ludwig had a score of 68.
The Tornadoes played Clay
and Orange Park on Sept. 9 in
Orange Park, losing to both
schools with a score of 213. Clay
won the match with a score of
170, while Orange Park finished
with a 186 score.
Chadwick led Bradford with
a score of 46, while DeWitt
and Balckom shot 52 and 53,
respectively. Adkins had a score
of 62, followed by Sheppard (67)
and Chris Padilla (70).
SBradford (1-3) will travel to
play Palatka on Thursday, Sept.
19, at 3p.m.
: See related story for more on
Keystone.

Indians fall
to Buchholz
in golf

BY CULFF SMELLlY'
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Buchholz kept the
Keystone Heights High School
boys' golf team looking for its
second win as the Bobcats posted
i score of 150 to the Indians' 210
on Sept. 5.
Tyler Mundorff led the Indi-
ans (1-5 prior to Sept. 10) with a
score of 51. Brandon Taylor and
Nolan Julius had scores of 52
and 53, respectively, while Shaw
Fuller and Cory Taylor each shot
a 54. Brandon Ludwig shot a 62.
|Keystone opened the season
by placing second in a three-team
match on Aug. 27 in Gainesville.
The Indians had a score of 187
to finish ahead of Santa Fe (191),
while Buchholz won the match
with a score of 151.
SGrant Bostick shot a 41 to lead
the team, while Mundorff and Ju-
lius shot 46 and 47, respectively.
Fuller had a score of 53, while
)ennings Wilkes and Pierson
Lewis had scores of 58 and 60,
respectively.
SOn Aug. 29, the Indians trav-
eled to Gainesville to play
Gainesville. The Hurricanes won
he match with a 171 score, while
Keystone finished at 219. Bos-
tick led the Indians with a score
of 49, followed by Julius (56),
Wilkes (56), Fuller (58), Lewis
(61) and Mundorff (61).
" The Indians played a match
this past Tuesday in Palatka and
wll host PlK. Yonge and Rid-
geview on Thursday, Sept. 12,
at 3:30 p.m. Keystone will host
Clay and Palatka on Monday,
Sept. 16, at 3:30 p.m. and travel
to play Ridgeview on Tuesday,
Sept. 17, at 3:30 p.m.

BHS falls to
1-3 in district
in volleyball


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
SVisiting PK. Yonge defeated
the Bradford High School
volleyball team 3-0 (25-4, 25-9,
25-9)in a District 5-4A match on
Sept. 9.
,,.The Tornadoes (2-3, 1-3 in
District 5) got two kills each
from Jaci Atkinson and Tiana
Sheffield, while Jordan Davis
had a block.
SBradford opened the season
with a pair of 3-0 losses to district
*^.


opponents Keystone Heights on
Aug. 27 and Santa Fe on Aug.
29. The team then defeated
district opponent Interlachen
3-1 on Sept. 3 before defeating
Chiefland 3-2 on Sept. 5.
Sheffield is leading the team in
blocks this season, while Lainie
Rodgers is the leader in kills.
The Tornadoes will host West
Nassau on Thursday, Sept. 12, at
6 p.m. before traveling to Lake
Butler to play Union County on
Monday, Sept. 16, at 6:30 p.m.
The junior varsity team will play
at 5 p.m. prior to each match.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17,
Bradford travels to Citra to play
North Marion at 6:30 p.m. The
junior varsity team will play at
5:30 p.m.


KHHS moves
to 2-1 in
volleyball

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keerston Skinner had 11
kills, while Hanna Crane had 14
assists to help lead the Keystone
Heights High School volleyball
team to a 3-0 (25-19,25-12,25-
12) win over Palatka on Sept. 5
in Palatka.
Keystone (2-1 prior to Sept.
10) also got seven service
aces from Crane, while Miriah
Maxwell tallied six kills. Caiylen
Gonzales had six digs, while
Alexa Born and Kristen Wood


each had five digs.
The Indians played District
54A opponent Santa Fe this
past Tuesday and will host
district opponent Interlachen on
Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 6 pmn.


UCHS loses
1st district
match
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Williston swept the
Union County High School
volleyball team 3-0 (25-17, 25-
16, 25-21) in the first District
7-lA match for the Tigers on
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The Tigers (2-3 overall prior
to Sept. 10) got six kills, six
service points and four digs
from Kayla Andrews, while
Kaylan Tucker had six service
points, three aces and one block.
Taylor Joyner added a block as
well, while Lilly Combs had five
service points. Kayla Nettles had
five kills and four assists.
It was the second time this
season Union attempted to put
two wins together after coming
off of a 3-0 (25-14, 26-24, 25-
16) win over Hamilton County
on Sept. 3 in Jasper. Nettles had
15 service points, seven aces and
10 assists in the win over the
Trojans, while Andrews had 16
points, nine aces, seven digs and
four kills.


Tristyn Southerland added
six kills, six digs and one block,
while Tucker had 11 points
and three aces. Lilly Comls
had seven assists, while Joyner
added a block.
The Tigerh played district
opponent Chieflaind ti
past Tuesday and will ht
district opponent Newberry
Thursday, Sept, 12, at 6:30 p.ui.
On Monday, Sept, 16, Union
hosts Bradford at 6:30 p.m.
before traveling to Cross City
to play district opponent Dixi
County on Tuesday, Sept. 17, at
6:30 p.m.
The junior varsity team will
play prior to each match at 5
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