Title: Union County times
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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Union County times
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler, Fla.
Publication Date: October 29, 2009
Copyright Date: 2009
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
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Volume ID: VID00248
Source Institution: University of Florida
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big drug


in Un100

Times Staf Writer
On Oct. 27, the Bradford-
Union-Starke Task Force
for Eradicating Drugs, or
BUISTED, made two arrests in
w~estern Union County, netting
severql thousands of dollars in
drugs and stolen merchandise.
were Roger
Perry, 26,
of S~W 47th
Loop and Eric
Holmes, 26,
also of SW
47th Loop.
The arrests
were a result Roger Perry
of a three-
month long
through a
joint e U r
Sheriff s
Of f ice ,Erit Holmes
Brad ford
Office and the Starke Police
Department. Deputies and
officers converged on the
residence on Tuesday afternoon
and executed a search warrant
along with arrest warrants.
Several thousands of dollars
in packaged powdered cocaipe
as well as packaged crack
cocaine and marijuana were
recovered- during the search.
It is estimated the illegal drugs
have a street value of between
$12,000 and $15,000.
Additionally, deputies
recovered stolen goods
including rare coins that were
taken during a recent burglary
and a semi-automatic weapon
that had been stolen from a
residence in Union County.
Also recovered were several
hundred dollars in cash,
ammunition, and various
prescription narcotics.
"This bust is significant and
will definitely put a dent in the
See BUSTED, p. 8A

PLUS dinner
Oct. 31
On Saturday, Oct. 31, from
12-5 p.m., Beverly Stoutamird
will hold a dinner fundraiser
to -support PLUS. For $5 a
plate, the meal will include
fried, chicken or fried pork
chop's served with .potato
salad, baked beans, yellow
rice, roll and desert. Meals
can be picked up at the
former location of Princess
and Pirates, 490 SW 2nd St-
in Lake Butler. For delivery
and order inquiries, please
call (352) 682-0093 or (904)

Stay informed. Get involved. Be entertained. Keep in touch. Express yourself. Know your community.

Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858

Thursday, Oct. 29, 2000

97th Year 26th Issue 75 CENTS

USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida

For anyone who was there
in the Union county Hiss
School gymnasium on National
Signing Day. Feb. 1,2006, they
witnessed six 'senior football
players accept scholarships to
continue playing football with
college teams.
Twvo of those players were
Umnon's well-known linebacker
Kevin Alexander, the son of
Bennic Alexander Sr. and
Shirley Alexander of Raiford,
along w\ith running back CJ.
Spiller, who both signed with
,the C'lemson Tigers,
Also there were Brendan
Odom, Willie Oliver and C~hris
Perry who each signed with
Becthun~e-Cookman College,
along w\ith Kasey Nobles, \iiho
signed wvith Rice Ulniversity.
Nobles has since moved over
to C'lemson with Alexander
and Spillecr.
Banck then, Spiller stole most
of the recruiting headlines,
but according: to rivals.com,
Clemso~n got the number 22
outside linebacker prospect
in the nation when Alexander .
committed to the teamn.
Shortly after' his official
visit at C'lemson, Alexander
said he knew\ he wanted to sign .
with theml. It reminded him of
his h~~llometn in Railor~ld.
"I loveu the fact that y)ou

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at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1.
Remember .to set your clocks
back one hour!


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ABOVE: 2008 Homecoming Queen Robin Thomas
crowns 2009 Queen Jordon Reynolds.
On the right, Reynolds, the daughter of Tana
Reynolds of Lake Butler and Tr~avia Reynolds of
Baxiey, GA, with 2009 Homecoming King Robby
Jaryls. Jarvia la the son of Rob and Martena Jarrvi
of I.ake Butler.

Alexander: these days he tackling

more than just football players

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HappyiHi~H~Hi~i~H Homcoming !
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and staff
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CIidoro soonos 00rom

Times Staff W~riter

In January; of this y:ear, a
woman who preferred to only
give her first name. LIinda'
of Navarre. said she began
-thinking about her upcoming
retirement from the U~nited
States Air Force after 23 yenrS
of active duty services. "
She soon realized that att no
other time in her life would
be better than to set out (o
fulfill a 20-yeanr long dream
of bicycling across the U~nit~d
States from Coast to Coast.
The ordered a special bicycle
Tor the trip and after adding all
her necessities, it carried the
weight of 250 pounds w\ith he'r '
on It.
With the support of her
husband, her journey began in
Long Beach, Washington on
June 26 and ended 79 days
and 4,000 miles later in St.
das bfor Mrechi gp er fitn
destination, Linda found her
way through Lkj ustuerp on

noonh addrsheofha jus rt
the streets for the homecoming
parade .
wpe 'thou hts of n wasnde
just imagined it wcas a parade in
my honor with all these people
looking at me, only they were
really just wondering w~ho is
this wird looking woman on a

Linda said her planned trip
had not originally taken her
through Lake Butler. She was
to take S.R. 121 to Highwvay
301, but spotted a store in the
distance and needed to make
a stop so she continued dlown
After her stop, she ended
ansstaing rie can 12 a

'het et onw ts Octronic.
sign about a homecoming
parade and I thought I would
sic nt e parad haot start
yet, I saw all the people lining
up on the field so she grabbed
my camera and toock a photo,,"
she said.

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Trunk or Treat ~

Come join us at First Baptist Church
on October 29th for a great time of family fun!!

:r um0:00 pm 8:00 pm we'll have carnival booths w/ prizes, train ride, hayride, horse rides, inflatable slide,
inflatable bouncers, holdogs, nachos & cheese, slushles, popcorn, cotton candy, & morel

For more info call (386) 4.96-3704
195 E Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054

ALL RidesI ALL Games! ALL Foodl 3
Come one, come ALLI

The Lake Butler FFA would like to thank the
following sponsors of the
2009 Lori Nicole Anderson
Memorial Scholarship Bowling Tournament

A&G Gifts .
A/C Systems of Jacksonville Inc.
Alfred & Patsy Elixson
Allen & Carolyn Parrish & Family
AII Florida Enterprises, Inc.
Alvrn Elixson Truck and Tracor
Archer Funeral Home, Inc.
Aunt Betty & Unde Dean
Biolling's Tire
:= ::.= Frd Lwec, Lucas&8Riddle
Clyatt Well Drilling
Colby & Braxton Dukes

Ca m.i[-n k ateCo. Inc.
Crawford's Custom Meats
Crazy Horse Landscaping, LLC
Crossman, Eger, Gilber, Misura, Wilkins &
Custom Computer Services
Custom Cuts Lawn Service
CVm Asoates of Lake Butler
Douglass Equipment
Emerson Nursery & Rental Plants
Fita & ulsa Perez
Flonda Ag-Works
Flonda Unifrwms
Gene's Glass
George & Natasha Green
Graham Farms
Green Travel
Hilandale Quality Feed. LLC
HoBo Tractor Company
Interstate Supply Inc.
Jim & Renee Freeman
John Harrison/Fann Bureau insurancee
Lk r Ph scal Thrapy

Lake Butler Mredlcal Clinic
Lee's Automotive
Uiberty Trucking Inc.
Little Ralnbow'~s Learning Center
Ma Barker's Thnft Store
Mama Mia's Pizzeria
Memphts Blues BBO
Mr. & Mrs. David Waters
Nettles Tree Service
Not Fionid~aEqu pent Rental
Shadd Trucking Inc.
Pat Cunningham Construction Inc.

Smith & Son's Sod Co. Inc.
Zack & Amanda Smith
Southern Comfort Salon
Southern Surveying
Spires IGA Supermarket
Sporting chance
Tel Ilan Rom
Thomas Hardware
Thompson's Garage
Touchstone Heating & Air
Tnple 0Farms
Union County Courthouse Officlals
Um~on LaSteel
Union Medical Supply
Union Power Equipment
Union Trucking, LLC
Video Express
Water s Well Drilltog
Williams LP Gas
willie Smith Major
Wood men of the World
UnRoCot FTimes

Te// u/s your story-

UC Times [386) 498-2261

Before Lmida knew it, some
people began coming up to ber
and asking questions. When
they found out about her trip.
she was introduced to more
people, and then suddenly, she
was staying to watch a parade.
If I could of planned the
next to the last day of my trip,
meeting some really nice fTolks
in Lake Butler and deciding to

stay and watch a homecoming
pdrad is exactiv the kind o1
day I would have picked,.
L~inda ended up taking
several picltures of some folks
she met during the panrde
and even some of the parrade
pairticipalnts. She mainta~ined
See CYCLIST, p. 4A

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Alvin Griffis
District 2

Sandra Fioyd
District 4

Dan Webb
School Board Attorney

Allen Parrish
District 1

Marsan Carr
District 3

George Green Jr.
District 5

850 East Mainl Street Lake Bultler, F:I 32054


pedals into homecoming

r7-- ~s* Effective Medical Therapies
For a Healthier, Happier Life

Anti-Fatigue Hormonal Balancing.
Post Menopausal Hormonal Balancing.
Preventative Strategies to Lessen the
Effects of Aging.

For More Info or To Schedule Your Appointment Call

(386) 496-1922

Evening Appointments Available
Health Topic Presented by Dr. Larimer most T-hursdays
5:30 to 6:30 at the hospital. Visit website for list of topics.

www. La ke ButlerH os pital.com



URion County School Board

&r Superintendent
Carlton Faulk, Superintendent

Page 4A TIMES Oct. 29, 2009

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Notice is hereby given that the 2009 Gertified Tax Rolls have been delivered
by the Property Appraiser to the Tax Collector. Tax Rolls are open for
collection for all Real Estate, Special Assessment, and Tangible Taxes for
Union County, as of November 1, 2009 in the office of the Tax Collector, Union
County Courthouse, 55 W. Main Street, Room 108, Lake Butler, FL
Telephone: 386-496-3331. Monday through Fniday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm,
except legal holidays.
Notices have been mailed to all property owners or their agents at last known
addresses. If your notice has not been received by November 10, 2009,
please notify our office.

We are proud of
all you do...keep up
the good work !

&4 Clyatt Well Drilling4 628

PO Box 1 80
Worthington Springs

Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
Attorney at Law
(386) 496-9656
Estate Planning Wills Trusts Probate
Corporate/LLC Formation Business Law
Real Estate Transactions Contracts Evictions
Divorce Custody Adoptions
General and Corporate Litigation Personal Injury
Now accepting Mastercard Visa Discover and Debit Cards
155 SE 6th Place Lake Butler, FL
S(Directly behind Badcock Furniture Store off of Main Street)

Ghost Town and Haunted Trail

Friday, October 301th
Saturday, October 3;1st

7:30 PM 10:30 PM
Kirby Farm Lake Butler
(Take Hwy. 231 South Past RMC, then follow signs)

SR.I.P. Only $5.00 for Unlimited Entry!
(Children 6 and under are Free)

Sponsored by Kirby and Co. Pharmacy

Visit our website at: www.thespooktrail .com

1.10ns Club to
observe White
Cane MVOnth
Oct. 30
The Lions Club of Lake
Butler will be observing White
Cane Month at -the Tiger
football game this Friday, Oct.
3. Allt nations and proeeds
will help assist local residents
and those in need with eye
exams and eyeglasses. If you
are interested in becoming a
mmber jntt ths sevc clb.
Chair Debbie Osborne at j(386
496-2236 or club President

(4a n Sutherland at (386) 496-
Th Lon idlub n e s on* t
each month at 12 p.mn. inside
the fellowship hall, located
in the back of First United
Mi St. in LaeBu cer34 .

If you are in need of assistance
wth eye care, ple(%4coln a
8152. Your support of the Lions
Club is greatly appreciated and
will help others see a better

If paying by mail, please
receive your paid receipt.

furnish a Self-Addressed Stamped Envelope to

If Taxes Paid:




Visit our websity:

4% Discount
3% Discount
2% Discount
1% Discount
No Discount


Patsy Jones Elixson
Tax collector
Union County
nso ii no jt...

Continued from p. 3A

crss-c0 ntuy tsmk tam dn an
the homecoming parade.
Of her stop in Lake Butter, .
she wrote in her online journal,
B'h om coig npaace spo
You need full body armor and
a Kevlar helmet because the
candy comes flying so fast and
furious. ink Bu lere casons
The homecoming parade in.
Lake Butler [is] an' event not to
be missed. Great town!"
To ~learn more about Linda,
read her online journal
and see her comments and
pictures from Lake Butler,
visit her Web page located at
www.crazy guyonabike .com/
globetrotter. Click on the Tri-
coast tour link and scroll to the
bottom of the page and view
the Lake Butler entry.

.I w n b
remember d as the
guy who gave his all
When9'Vef he WaS On
----the Hield .'I-----
-- Walter Payton

October 29, 2009 TIMES --A-SECTION Page 5A

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Union County Courthouse Officials

The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to attend t~he church of your choice!

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3 8 6-496-18 25
625 E Main St Lake Butler


the teams' strongest player.
Alexander was awarded the
most improved defensive end in
the spring practice and named
to the Academic Honor Roll in
the 2009 spring semester.
Following the C'lemson gmne
against the Miami Hurricanes
on Oct. 24., where the 22-
year-old Alexaunder made ~n
impressive eight tackles, he has
now accumulated more than 90
Clemson career tackles.
"I go out there and play every
game like it's my last," said
Alexander. "I want to know
that when I leavle that stadium
for the final time, I have left
everything on the field."
During his first year with
Clemson in 2006, Alexander
\vas a reserve linebacker aid
bi g contri butor on special teams
who played in all 13 games.
During his sophomore year,
Alexander moved to defensive
end and played in all 13 games
of the season, registering 32
tackles... In 2008, Alexander
was a starter defensive end,
starting 10 games, playing in
all 13 for the season and raking
up 34 tackles. It was during
the 2008 season he was named
defensive player-of-the-game
after making six tackles and
two tackles for a loss at the
Wake Forest game,
During his high school
playing career, Alexander had
282 solo tackles and 107 assists
for 389 tackles in his career at
Union County High School.

In his senior year alone, he
recorded I.15 tackles, nine
sacks, f'our recoveredJ fumbles
arnd fivec ca\used 'lumbles.
Also during high school,
Alexaunderl was a\ nmember of thle
weightl lifting and basketball
In 200)6, his senior yea~r in
high schooll, he won a state
medal placing sixth in the
219-polundd weight class at the
FHSAA finals.
He wvas also part of leading
the boys' basketball team to
their first district championship
since 1~994.
Recently, Alexander was
asked who his biggest influence
was in his life when it comes to
the game of football.Alexander
named his older brother, Bennie
Alexander. After graduating
from Union County High
School, thle older Alexander
played defense for the Florida
Gators from 1997-2001-
"If not for watching Bennie
from the stands, I would not be
playing today," said Alexander.
"His success drove me to get
out there and play.
What's next for the younger
Alexander? He said he hopes
to reach the NFL~ then work as
a parole officer, helping others
get their lives on track. He
also said he has plans to work
with underprivileged children'
saying it is important to him
to give back and help children
who cannot help themselves.
Girlfriend Ashley Clark said

Left to right is Ashley Clark holding Layla Alexander, Kevin Alexander, Clemson
Head Coach Dabo Swinney, Bennie Alexander Sr., Shiriey Alexander and Tyler
Alexander. Photo courtesy of Ashley Clark.

that this semester, Alexander is
hitting the books with the same
intensity he shows on the field,
Staking 15 credit hours, packing
in four classes three days a
week before practice. After
classes at 2 p.m., he heads to
workout and practice, and she
usually doesn't hear from him
until 8 p.m.
Alexander comes home to
visit as often as possible to see
C'lark and their daughter, Layla.

has prospered.
-- Aeschylus
Greek Dramatist

HlallDI Sweet l61
Kelly Gray's got a
birthday Nov. 7

We lve ouMorri
Chrs Gag gPapa

who was born in D~ec. 2008.
"Up until football season,
L~ayla and I would see him
every other weekend," Clark
said. "Kevin comes home on
his off' weeks and we are going
to Clemson's homecoming this
weekend ."
Their daughter attended her
first Clemson football game
with mom oh Sept. 26 against
Texsas Christian University, but
unfortunately the game was

delayed several times -because
of a heavy downpour and they
had to leave early.
In all likelihood, we haven't
heard the last of Alexander who
is gearing up to move on to
bigger and better things. As
of right now, he is manked as
the No. 55 outside linebacker
prospect for the 2010 NFL

SChdrch on ta de BM thMr wl
Should an autumn rummage sa e
on saturday's lov. b gennian
in the i-TEiF611itplisllfin locarett
directly behind the church at
345 West Main Street.
Hot dogs, drinks and desserts
will also be available. Proceeds
from the sale will benefit local
mis:ion nes" "isd te Uie
For more information, please
call (386) 965-1029.

Providence Village: Baptist
Church is seeking vendors
'Kehedue' for "'?"ezsy, Nov
14, from 9 a.m. noon. If
interested, please contact
Christy at (386) 623-5334 or
email her at dtandchristy@
yahoo.com by Nov 1.

New River NC Methodist
Church, located on C.R. 125
in Union County, will hold a
gospel sing and fish fry on
Saturday, Oct. 31. The meal
:will be served at 5:30 p.m.
Followed by the singing at 7
p~. W niith the grrou pfRu t nn
call (386) 431-1536 or (904)



Providing AII Your Therapy Need

Occupational Physical Massage SI

Albert Hendricks, OTR/L, CHT
Rehab Director

Services provided include, but are not limit

* Neck Pain .* Spinal Cord & N
* Back Pain System Injuries
* M uscle/Tendon/Ligament Vascular Disordl
Strains and Sprains Neuromuscular
Sports Related Injuries Edema
Arthritis Related Diseases Crush Injuries
Post-Surgical Conditions Fractures
Fibromyalgia Infctio~ns
Stroke Rehab Nerve Injuries
Splinting Post Amputatio

Over 20 years of combined experience in Occupational &
Therapy...Why drive out of town when quality care is minu

(386) 496-2843

Outpatient Hours: 575 SE 3rd Av
Mon-Fri 9am Spm Lake Butler,
Willing to work with your schedule Across from High School ~

www.Ia kebutlerhospital~com






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Jerry Whitehead

Davuid L. Reiman

Regina Parrish

Debbie Osborne

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Continued from p. 1A

have to drive to get to places
anld that you can easily stay out
of trouble. Youl could see that
from\ the time I first canme here
on my visit," Alexalnder said.
When it comes to Clemson'
Spiller continues to dominate
the sports headlines, yet the
6'4, 26,5 pound Alexander
has made quite a name for
himself at Clemson, making his
hometown pro~ud.
. Now~ in his senior year'
and soon to graduate with a
scwiology degree,Alexander has
been one of the senior defensive
leaders in 2009. This season, he
df \oie ed t lneebupkero i
certain formations.
coln fa to e thas been a hg
defenses that have finished in
jthe top 25 in the nation in total
:defense and scoring defense.
To date, he has played in all
i46 games since his freshman
year, and has made -at least
;one tackle in 33 consecutive
Nan ed as top performer
;in the weight room among
:defensive ends for the 2009
spring practice, his impressive
:470-pound bench press is the
:second highest on the team
and is the highest on defense,
where he is considered to be

Homecoming 2009

October 29, 2009 TIMES --A-SECTION Page 6A

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Senior class sponsors singing the alma mater at
Tiger Growl. They are (I-r) Dillan Waters, Josfyrs
Perry, Sean McRae and Kaytee Thomas.

Pulasons to
offer free
SChild ID's
SNov. 7
SAs part of the Masonic
SChild Identification Program,
.the 10th Masonic District will
make free child identification
kits on Saturday, Nov. 7, from
9 a.m. 1 p.m. at the Masonic
Lodge in Lake Butler. All of
the identification materials are
:given to parents or guardians
to store in case they are ever
Needed by police.

SSheriff reminds
residents and
motorists to use
caution this

'Flag down any deputy or stop
by the sheriffs office to pick
up a free light stick for your
trick-or- treater.

Union County Sheriff
Whitehead would like to
remind all county residents
that the annual trick-or-treat
festivities will be held in Lake
Butler on Saturday, Oct. 31,
from 6 8 p.m. Although this
time is established for
residents of L~ake Butler,
everyone should be reminded
That children and families will
also be out in Worthington
SSprings and Raiford as well.
"Motorists should be extra
cautious on city streets due to
'children moving about along
the housing routes ," said
Sheriff Whitehead. "The time
change also means that it is
dark much earlier."
Deputies will be on hand in
the various parts of the county
ivinake suresimo tourists aIr
neighborhoods and other areas
where children will be present.
Again this year, the sheriff's
Office will provide f'ree light
sticks to children wvho will be
out on Hallowveen. T'he light
sticks provide an ex tra
measure of' safety and should
be worn or carried while trick-
or-treating so motorists can see
them. Light sticks are available-
at the sheriff's office or yOU
can flag down any Ulnion
County deputy to obtain one
for your child.

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proceedings is made, which record
Includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be
10/29 itchg-UCT
pursuant Sections 163.3161 through
163.3215, Florida Statutes, as
amended, comments, objections and
recommendations concerning the
amendment, as described below, will
be heard by the City Commission of
the City of Lake Butler, Florida,
serving as the Planning and Zoning
Board of the City of Lake Butler,
Florida, and the Local Planning
Agency of the City of Lake Butler,
Florida, at a public hearing on
November 9, 2009 at 5:15 p.m., or
as soon thereafter as the matter can
be heard. The public hearing will be
conducted in toe City Commission
Meeting Room, City Hall at 200
South ~est First Street, Lake Butler,
LOR 09-3, an application by
Causseaux, Hewett & Walpole, Inc.,
as agent for Southern Professional
Title to amend the Official Zoning
Atlas of the Land Development
Regulations by changing the zoning
district on certain lands from
te poert deced aS olw

21are of thed Oriinal Pati ofLae Btler,
Use ecowdnsi n tF ubh. R ds ohf
01*5'33 West, aoun the West l`ine
of said ome o Lot 58 of Block 9 fte

Original Plat of Lake Butler, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County Florida, 62.66 feet to
the Southerly right-of-way line of the
abandoned CXS Transportation, Inc.
Railway; thence Northeasterly, along
the Southerly right-of-way line of said
abandoned CXS Transportation, Inc.
Railway, along the are of a curve
concave Northwesterly and having a
radius of 2,039.83 feet..said arc
being subtended by a chord having a
bearing of North 67'25'08" East and
a distance of 38.28; thence South
03034'17" East 75.10 -feet to..the
South line of said Lot 58 of Block 21
of the Original Plat of Lake Butler, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County Florida; thence South
86025'34" West, along the South line
of said Lot 58 of Block 21 of the
Original Plat of Lake Butler, as
recorded in the Public Records of
Union County Florida, 38.01. feet to
the Point of Be inning.
Containing 0.06 acre, more or less.
This public hearing may be
continued to one or more future
dates. Any interested party shall be
advised that the date, time and place
of any continuation of this public
hearing shall be announced during
the pu lic hearing and that no further
notices concerning this matter will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearing .
A t ~e aforementioned public
hearing, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to
the amendment to the Land
Development Regulations.
A copy of the amendment to the
Land~ Development Regulations is
available for public inspection at the
Office of the City Mana or in City
Hall, at 200 Southwest First Street,
Lake Butler, Florida, during regular
business hours.
A preosa n a vie ta nif t

proceedings is made, which record
inc udes th te timon and eide
10/29 Itchg-UCT

l/, section 31 Townsh~ip 4 south,
Range 19 East. Union Cobuqnt
Florida and run thence N 89"3'0"
along the north line of said N y of S
K* of NW '/ of NE_ S, 688.71 feet to
the point of beginning, thence
continue N 89"31'04" E along said
north lineu 209.00 feet, thence S
005i7'17"E, 209.00 feet to the point of
beginning. Containing 1.00 acre,
more or less.
Together with A 30 foot easement for
ingress and egress described as
folw:A 30 foot strip of land 30
feet to the right of a line described as
follows: begin at the northwest
corner of the N of S '/ of NW % of
NE %/, section 31 township 4 South,
Range 19 east, Union Cobunty,
Florida and run thence N 89"31'O"E
along the north line of said N '/ of S
'/ of NW % of NE %/, 688.71 feet to
the point of termination.
And on November 19, 2009, at 11:00
a.m., or as soon thereafter as
circumstances permit, I will offer the
above described property for sale at
public outcry and sell the same.
subject to ALL prior liens, if any, to
thehi es and best bidder for
CS NHAND, plus Florida State
Sales Tax, if applicable, the
proceeds to be applied as far as may
be to the payment of costs and
satisfaction of the above described
execution, In accordance with the
American with Disabilities Act'
persons needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding shall contact the Civil
Process Unit at the Union County
Sheriff's Office not later than seven
days prior to the proceeding at 55
West Math~ Street, Lake Butler, FL
32054 Phone #386-496-2501.
JerWhitehead As Sherift
01~ Union County Florida
By: Captain H.M. Tomlinson
Deputy Sheriff
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qualifications from those individuals
Genea sCoune d L galp Sri
to the NRSWA. Attorney(s) to be
assigned to NRSWA account must
be a member in good standing with
the Florida Bar Assocration
Respondent must have an office
located within the counties of Baker,
Bradiord or Union County, Flodida.
DEADLINE for receipt of submittals
or alternate submittals in response to
this request is November 10. 2009 at
5:00 p m. Proposals should be
mailed to NRSWA. P.O. Box 647.
Railord. FL 32083. or hand delivered
to: Lydla Greene, NRSWA. 24276
NE 157th Street. Radlord, FL 32083.
NRSWA Is located 2 5 miles north of
Raitord, Florida on State Road 121 In
Union County. Florida Submissions
must be in a sealed envelope ciearty
marked Request for Attomne Aegal
Counsel. RFO N09-03 wtth n no (9)
contes enclosed. The proposals for
selection of Attomey/egall Counsel
will be heard by the NSA Board
of Directors at their November 12.
2009 regularty scheduled board
meeting at 5 30 p.m. Submdssions
by fax or other electronic medra will
not be accepted under an
circumstanrces La~te subtmlSisson~sw
not be acceptedl. but w~ll ber retuned
unopened to th~e sender at the
sender s expense,
10/29 2tchg 1115-UCT

pursuant to Sections 163.3161
through 163.3215, Florida Statutes,
as amended, comments, objections
and recommendations concerning an
amendment, as described below, will
be heard by the City Commission of
the City of Lake Butler,~ Florida,
serving as the Planning and Zoning
Board of the City of Lake Butler,
Florida, and the Local Planning
Agency of Lake Butler, Florida, at a
public hearing on November 9, 2009
at 5:15 p.m., or as soon thereafter as
the matter can be heard, in the City
Commission Meeting Room, City
Hall, located at 200 Southwest let
Street, Lake Butler, Florida.
CPA 09-2, an application by
Causseaux, Hewett & Walpole, Inc.,
as agent for Southern Professional
Title, to amend the Future Land Use
Plan Map of the Comprehensive
Plan by change g the future land use
classif ication nrom RESIDENTIAL
MEDIUM DENSITY (less than or
e ual to 8 dwelling units per acre) to
C6MMERCIAL on the property
described, as follows.
A parcel of land lying within Section
30, Township 5 So th, Ran e 20
East, Union County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the
Southwest corner of Lot 58 of Block
21 of the Ori inal Plat of Lake Butler
as recorded In the Public Records oj
Union County Florida; thence North
01'54'33" West, along the West line
of sad Lot 58 of B ock 21 of the
Or siai I lat of Lake Butler as
reodd inthe Public R crds ag
rUnior Conty Florida, 62.66 feet to
the Southedl riht-of-way line of the

Radistanc f 8; thence Soteselaouth
t Southeryrgto-e line of said Lt5 fBok2
recnorded mX the sPubieordsio ofc
R Uionouny, Florida there Soa uthe
86*25'34 NotWest, aloang the ouhine
Oraigia Pa of Lake Buttler, si as
reoredn iutn ted Pblic chords ofin
Urion17 Coun Floid. 301 feet t toe
Sothe oint of sinning.ofBlck2
Con taOiningl 0. acre, moe or less ,
Thred pbic thearn mai be continued
to ione Cort more uueda thnes Anyt
interest' ed aty salln be avsed thati
the sadatetim and plae 2 of any
Continuabonl of thke publc earin a
shall be anucd d the publicecrd o
thearoing n tha Bgno u enoic
concealing th~ee matte r win be
pulihed punl essin saidb continuatio
inexeseds six caelena weeks from thet
dthe ofe the boe referenced public
cclnar o h ul hearing
sAlt me afnornemern tioed public
hearing ad ihaterete pardhes mayi
apcearng to ehe ardwthr resp ett
tuliheb am ndment si oniut
Coeres ofw the amendment aromte
dava ilabe fborerfrne publicineconate
Offriceo heCt an .CiyH
locaied at 200 Stou est Firsti

atheaig J bove re eened p ublic ma
t~he am ngT ndt a, u
Cpurpset the amaynemedto esre

tatlprn a r tdim ecod oht f they

Freshman prince Dylan Allen and princess
Caitlin Shealy

FCCD po ke r
to U F 8 16nt
n a 1 ~
PC~-CD Chapter V will hold a
Texas Hold em poker
tournament on Friday, Nov-
20, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club. There is a $30
donation to play that will go
towards assisting FCCD in
their many community service
projects. To obtain a ticket'
contact Christina Crews at
(386) 496-6109, Julie Crews at
(904) 368-3346, or Rob Lingis
at (352) 745-6226.

Le ..18
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to a writ of executionl hereofbore
issued out of the Circuit Court
Seminole County, Florida, Case
No.08-CA-3679-14L on September
15, 2009 in the matter of Ronald E.
H bbs &P on tance J. Hobs h
Porterfield & Marilyn M. Porterfield
his wife, defendants I, Jerr
CWuty t lo rida ha~ve lev upo al
the ri ht, litle and interest of the
defendant(s) Lawrence & Marilyn M.
Porterfield, to-wit:
Township 4 South, Range 19 East.
Section 31: N n of S H of NW %I of
NE 'k of Union County less Parcel
*"A conveyed to John A. Porterheld
and Beverly Porterfield on February
24, 1999 as recorded in book 146
page 243 subsequently conveyed to
Ibanez Investment Group on July 19,
2004 as recorded in book 208 page
Parcel 'A" is described as follows:
Commence at the northwest corner
of the N of S W of NW 'h of NE

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drug trade," said Inion County
Sheriff Jerr Whitehead.
Perry and Holmes were
lvngdu ne ble hgome in t
are: now in the Union County
Jail where they will await
their first appearance before a
judge. --
Perry was charged with
trafficking in narcotics,
possession of cocaine, dealing
in stolen property, possession
of a firearm by convicted felon
and manufacturing with the
intent to distribute narcotics.

polms ki won chargd wth
dealing in stolen property.
Whitehead said there is--and
will continue to be--a zese>
tolerance for ille al drugs
in Union County ~or drugs.
You ~will be sought out and
arrested," he said.

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Union County Sheriff Jerry
W~hitrhead recently announced
that beginning immediately,
hlis office will go out into
Ithe community to meet with
p'arents, children and teachers
in the classroom in an effort
to further educate and provide
safety tips for children who
walk home from school or visit
various areas during the course
of their weekend.
"'In the wake of the Somer
Thompson tragedy this past
week in Clay County, I can
not fathom something like
that happening heme in our
community. ~I want to make
sure that we do everything we
can to assure our kids and our
community remain safe," said
Whi tehead.
Whitehead said that although
stranger abductions are much
rarer than parental or known
abductors, the partnership early
with the kids and parents can
b th fos cnpretveticon hool a
A variety of resources am
available to law enforcement
through the National Center for
Missing and Exploited Children
as well as the FBI.
The sheriff's department
plans to call on several
community groups who have
already expressed their interest
in a continuing partnership
for educating Union County
group voul ldne hb pan o
chjidren's safety presentation'
please call thie Umion County
Sheriff's Office, Monday
through Friday between 8 a.m'
and 5 p.m. at (486) 496-2501.

Woman's Club
tree drawing
'The Lake Butler Woman's
Club will again hold a drawing
for a pre-lit, 7 1/2 foot Seneca
sprme, christmas tree. The
tree will be fully decorated
with an Angel themes simlar t
benefit the Ministerial
Association and the woman's
club house renovation project.
Tickets are $2 each and may
be purchased from any
woman's club member. You
can also purchase a ticket at
Richard O. Tillis Contracting,
located at 190 W. Main St. or
Maines Insurance located at 25
Main St.

meets Nov. 9
& 10
The Early Learning
Coalition of Florida's Gateway
will hold its executive
committee meeting on
Monday, Nov. 9, at 3 p.m. The
board meeting will be held on
Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 9 a.m.
The meetings will take place
at the Coalition office, located
at I104 SW Main Blvd. in
Lake City.

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Special to the Times
It was a chance to create a
tie atop the Di'strict 2-2B
standings, but the Union
County football team could not
overcome a 21-0 fourth-
quarter deficit in a 28-12
homecoming loss to Taylor
County on Oct. 23.
The Bulldogs (5-2 overall)
remained in sole possession of
first place in the district with a
3-0 record, while Union (4-3)
fell into a third-place tie with
Bradford with a 1-2 record.

dThe hgameastarted off in a
defensive battle. Taylor started
on the Umion 38-yard lIme after
a penalty. On the third play of
the game, the Tigers fiercest
tackler andasleadker wft
injured. He would not return.
At first, the loss of Dukes
did not seem to impact the
Tigers too much; they were
still able to deny the Bulldogs
a fourth-down conversion.
Union was forced to punt on
its first series, but the punt
returned from TIaylor was hit
by a host of.Tigers, with Urnon
recovering a fumble at the
See UCHS, p. 12B

gcoabr dI d jutta, f 11 n
on the ball at the Mount Dora
44L after it bounced over one of
the Hurricanes' up men.
A completion to Reggie
Thomas) that woulddove been
negated by a holding penalty,
which forced the Indians into a
second-and-17 play. Lott was
then intercepted by Ethan
Mears, which allowed the
'Canes ( to run the clock out.
Dickinson said the players
1 aed hard and never gave up
pna gme that saw them fall
btehirna 14-0 in the third
quarter. d h d
'Somnetime s you dotat an
you don't win," Dickinson
said .
Defensively, the Indians
wvere a bend-but-don't break
unit in the first half, keeping
Mount Dora out of the end
zone, but the offense missed a
golden scoring opportunity
whlen Spencer Crews
inrtercepted a pass, setting the
Indfianls up at the Mount Dora
8 yard line. T'homas was held
to 3 yards on two carries,
whilet Lott missed on a pass to
Laner int the corner of the end
zone on third down. Johns' 22-
yard field-goal attempt was no
' good.
'The Indians did not have
much in the way of sustained
drives. They were held to
See KHHS, p. 48

Indians have chance
at end, but fall to
Mt. D00
Telegraph Sta~ff Writer
Keystone Heights scored
three touchdowns in the fourth
quarter and put themselves in
position to possibly tie or wivn
the game after recovering an
onside kick, but an
interception allowed host
Mount Dora to hang on f'or a
28-21 win in a District 4-28
matchup on Oct. 23.
"We had a chance," said
Keystone head coach C:huck
Dickinson, whose team l
remained whinless in district
TIhe Indialns (3-4, 0-3) fell
behind 28-14 with
alpproximate~ly four minutes to
play' when Mount D~ora's
Jordan Ozerities scored on a 2-
yard run. Keystone came right
back, though. Quarterbacks
Brantely L~ott converted a
fourth-dow\n play w~ith a 3-yard
sneak uip the middle before
hitting Ryan L~atner for a 44-
yard touchdown pass. Lainler
made a leaplingl grab along tle
sideline after getting behind
his man in the secondary.
Daby Johns' PAT made it a
one-touchdow\n game wvith
2:20 to play.
Johns then hit a perfect
onside kick that bouncedl high,
giving his team a chance to

Tornadoess defeat
WNoles for first
diStri t wi/#
SI'r toRt ATelegraph
'ITeams will think hard about
inviting the Bradford football
team to homecoming after the
Tornadoes' 13-10 victory over
District 2-2B opponent Florida
High Oct. 23 inl Tallahassee
kept them undefeated in
homecoming matchulps.
"We'v:e been everybody's
homecoming opponefit,"
Bradford head coach Steve
Hoard said. "We've won all
three of them, so it has been-
kind of special."
'The Tornadoes (4-4, 1-2 in
District 2) played with.
controlled aggression to hand
the 14lh-ranked Seminoles their
first home loss of the season.
The Tornadoes mounted
their first drive 80 yards for the
opening score after Florida
High k cker Chase Varnadore
booted the opening kickoff
into the end zone for a
touchback .
The Seminoles (4-3, 2-1)
had bad intentions toward
Bradford's Wing-T offense,
starting with six down linemen
to stop the running game.
Quarterback John Clark's
third-and-12 conversion on a
tight end drag to Ya'Keem
Griner made the defense shift
strategies. The Tornadoes
made their move.
9-Ra seeeMosley broke odf
Donnelle thi lamis' sp ar

o of aywatd-b itackisers fr
untouchedplro mor ied ya
touchdown run to put the
Tornadoes on the~scoreboard.
Cameron Moore's block on the
middle lint-backer gave
WIliams clear c lbackstir .

streaking down the sideline.
Willianis (Donnr'Iince sy,"
had run against the semiinates,
finishing the gamne wvith I13
lya er Cubbedge's extra
point gave the Tornadoes a 7-0
lead \intlyjust more than seven
minutes left mn the first period.
'The Seminoles are the sixth
team the Tornadoes have faced
that operate of the spread
formation. The Bradford
defense has proven it has the
athletes to cover the field
sideline to sideline. After a
false-start penalty to start their
drive, the Seminoles' spread
offense meet a spread-ready
defense. The result: three play's
and out.
TIhe Bradford offense wacs
content to play clock control
holding a 7-0 lead in a hostile
environment, while the defense
beat lhe Seminoles back w\ith
waves of pressure and sure
tackling. Their dominance
forced thle Seminoles to adjust
from a finesse style to a head-
on approach (v'eer option) to
utilize quarterback De~'.aine
Harvey's athleticism.
The change met with
success after a short punt by
Clubbedge to the Florida High
40-yard linte. With a little more
than a minute left in the half,
HarveY got going on a draw to
midfield. He broke left-side
contain for 36 yards on a
option-run the next pla.
Bradford linebacker CJ.
Conto d1 tackles) sal e
shit dqtuart rback r I Jfrom

Semnolivs side oldowitthh n
tirne outs, rvneyhsepikedl he
Varnadore w'as called in and
his 28-\;ird field goa~l pulled
the Semingles within four
points with just 5.3 seconds
See BHS, p. 128

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Priti Vyomkesh Bhatt of The groom is the son of
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William` McN~utt of Orange Mountain City, 'Ilenn, He tiring at0 F orplte Jacsonin
Park, were Onited in marriage, attended Vernon High School South Carolina and Advanced
Aug. 29, 2009, at Madison and is employed by Publex. He Individualized Training at Fort
Street Baptist Church an is a member of Madison Street Gordon in Georgia. He is
Starke. The ceremony was Baptist Chusch. currently employed at Camp
performed by Terry Cranford. He wore a classic black Blanding and will be deployed
Lori Davis and Casey Moome tuxedo with an accented to Kuwait in January 2010.
performed as soloist and chocolate, ivory and brown Formal invitations will be
organist for the ceremony, shirt, tie and vest ensemble. In sent
The bride is the daughter of his left lapel, he wore a smaller '
the late Vyomkesh G. Bhatt calia lily to match the rest of
and Gita V. Bhatt of Lake the party. aWtSy
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Union County High School man, Bruce McNutt Jr., and School
and is currently attending groomsmen Amit Upadhyay' Re no
Santa Fe Commumity College, Jared Waring, James Brown R nin
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enses ne in ioryndado wed mecrto nds inStrke Tepmhis will be a covered dish
with intricate beading aind complementing colors to the supper (breadlbeverage
pearls. As the something wedding. Chocolate, ivory, iprovided) at the Starkre Golf
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ribbon accenting the with an Indian theme, which is information.
bridesmaids dresses and the bride's heritage.
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Danielle DuBose, and Tiffanni chocolate cake with t eH d o
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colord dreses nd caried favorite of the groo~m.SU I f
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cousin. besides in Orange Park. dionner feuing CaseyJns a sca n
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY with a 24-22 lead, but Could
Telegaph~qf Wrter ot get the set-winning point
in Ikind Bi ht 116 seve ail1 ~ ocd un slrc~r:~kf~dod.
the mnatchrt acu lea 3-2 5o a 25-2-1 lead with Kennedy
yolle. baltl 1el t 32 (25, 6 serving.
212-5 5-2 1,125 2 -2 The teams kept exchanging
tinovec htfst Ketystone points with neither getting the
Hegh s ulte Cc. 2 necessary two-point margin for
semifinals of the District 4-3A victory until Bradford scored
tournament. two straight~ points with
Bradford w\ill now play La'Quisha Williams .serviing.
etle Bislap Mootee ord sae Two straight attack ;errors by
Cony fr te dsrc the Raiders gave the
championship at Bishop Tornadoes the 30-28 ivin-
OMoore2 in Jac sovale tod ah
Tornadoes, wvin or lose, will Keystone
play a regional quarterfinal
match Tuesday, Nov. 3. advanced to
The Tornadoes held a 2-1
lead over Keystone and got off semifinals ,
to a good start in the fourth set, ,
losing the first sis points w th With Win OVtf
Jackson had an ace, while Union County
Meosha Kennedy had a kill
an blt n, though, would BY CLIFF SM1ELLEY
come back and tie the score at Telegraph Staf Writer
13-all, scoring five straight Strong play at the net by
points with Autumn Strand Chelsea Cravey and Meghan
serymng. Crystal Walker had Zinkel, as well as solid serving
two kills for the Indians and byZPnkel, helped the Keystone
scored another point on a tip Heights volleyball team
over the net. rebound fmom a lopsided loss
It was a 21-all game when in the first set qf the; match nd
the Indians, behind the serve of win. three straight .t dc~cat
Meghan Zinkel, scored four Union County 3- I (11-25 26-
straight to force the tiebreaker 24, 25-7,. 25-19) in -the
set. Bradford failed to return quartefiinals of theiDistJiri 4-
all of Zinkel's series, with the 3A tournament Oct. 26 10
last falling for an ace. Keystone.
The fifth set was almost all The Indians, after dropping
Bradford. The Tornadoes the first set by 14 points, was
scored the first seven points involved in a close battle with
with Jackson serving. Four of Union in the second set. They
those points w~ere on kills by trailed 17-15, but scored eight
Bright, who was set up for straight points with Zinlkel
each one by Ashley Johnson. serving. Most of those points ,
Keystone, which ends the came courtesy of Cravey, who
season with an 1 1- 13 record, had five kills during the
trailed 21-13 at one point in sequence.
the first game of the match, but Cravey finished the match
rallied to within four points with a team-high 12 kills.
behind Cecille Shealy's Union came back behind t~he
serving. It was 24-20 in favor serve of Ashley Partish. Th.
of Bradford after a Zinkel kill Tigers, with fhe help of block
and ari attack error gave the by Julie Nettles and a return by
Indians two points, but Bright Carson Mize that fell between
picked up the game-winning three Keystone players, scored
pomnt on a kill. six points to take a one-point
The second set was pretty lead, but a kill by Keystone's
much even throughout after Taylor Semione forced sidle-
Bradford erajrect ~4-yFQI -poinr '"Cut. --
Keystone Ilead.: r(Ceston~ led'p S'iem~ione ended the, set w~ith
21-19 before scoring three ariothei kill, glvng th' Indians
straight points with Christa a 26-24 win.
Walker serving. Chelsea The third set was pretty
Cravey recorded a kill to give much all Keystone. Three
the Indians the win. service points by Zinket put
the Indians up 9-2 carly, while
Big rally propels BHS six points scored wVith Cectige
Shealy serving made the st~ore
to semifinals 16.3.
Crescent City was two Keystone scored the last five
points away from forcing a points of the set with Chelsea
fourth set, but Bradford rallied Harvin serving. Zinkel had a
from eight points down to block and a game-winning kill.

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Tlhe fou th set wars a bit
closer us thie 10digns never
fuply took ardlaniage ofl their
possessions, commhnitinig nine
190ipri~, errors. All: 14ulpwp~ ol
.;~s errors !:i oc~cilrred
:''~~diatlyl~ after tHe lridians
had focrcedl side-bout.
Sunl, the Indtians buit a sliin'
lead. Thley scorel two points
withr Harvin serving to go up '
13-10 and later went up, 16-11
by scoring two points witll'
Chandler Singletary serving.

SZ ;kel- her 10'hof the match.
Zinkel had 21 service points
with five aces, while Harvin
had 18 points. Harvin also had
36 assists
Union held the lead only
once briefly in the final two
.sets of the match, which was
quite a difference from the first
set in which the Tigers never
The Tigers scored three
points with Brianne Clyatt
serving to go up 10-5 in the
first set, while a service ace by
Nettles helped Union increase
Sits lead to 137-6.
Union scored five straight

se"ing t'o go cps n18. Mi
had an ace during the
Possession, while Linsey Clark

defe~at ther RaiderrS -- 8 and
record a 3-0 wvce -ir) the.
quarterfinaly ~of thb Dstricl 4-
i3A lUltournaget~ JE( p l,
iKerao~ ystone',; 1 ,i -- .
SWith JOh'nagn,
points to pull whhi~212?~l th
the tird set: Bright'bad two
kills durnng th seqlunce.
while Kelnndy had a1bkock.
Cre~scent City held serve

quickly indl p~layedl well." .
B~radfordl~t (9 10() hlad leads of
7-1 andt 10 3R in the first and
seccondf sets of~ the match,
respectlively. Most of' those
pocints were scored with
Mackenzie Giault and Lainic
Rodlgers holding serve, and
anve as proof' that a
channgeup in how the players
""rvd wqis paying off.
Vcrunac said a decision was
made to change the way
several players served in an

mhanc to eant e nt
offensively. It proved
beneficial in a 2-1 win over
Fort White in the conference

"We had f'ive balls~1 alrl h
that hit the net on o~ur servess"
Verunac said.
Verurnac pointedly to the f'acl
that in one of1 the sets against
Fort White, the Hurricanes
built a 5-0 lead behind the
serve of Rodgers.
TIhings seemed to be going
about the same at the start of
the championship match. T~he
'Canes went up 4-0 in the first
set with Rodgers serving. T'hey
added two more points to their

7- .3 Ce~flaa to 11, ralliud
Bradford went back~on top
behind the serve of Jamie
See TITLE, p. 49

andc Hal;yleeTcke'lcr echil had a
kill I~
Mite hadu two kills latre in
the set, includling: l the game

'CanOS fall
Short of
Straight title

Host Bradford Middle
School was unable to hold
onto an early lead in each set
as Chiefland swept the
Hurricanes 2-0 (25-21, 25-22)
in the championship match of
the Suwannee Middle Athletic
Conferece volleyball
tournament on Oct. 22.
The players showed obvious
signs of frustration and
emotion after the loss, but head
coach Eric Verunac said prior
to the match he could not be
more proud of a team that put
itself in position to win a
second straight championship
Despite returning just four
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Segarls, witl ar Chieflalndl crror
on a return by Bradflorl's
Wilisha~ G;riner putting the
'Clanes up' 10-8.
Th'le B~raves came right baick
and~c took a~ 14-10j lea~d. TIhe
'Ca;nes stalyed close as
C:hie'larntl committed three
consecutive service errors
immediately following side-
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A kill by Segars gave the
'Canes their last lead at 19-18.
Chiefland ended the first set
with a service ace to win 25-
Bradford trailed 3-2 in the

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possession and the scored
remained close throughout the
rest of the game.
A kill by Segars gave'
Bradford a 16-15 lead, but the
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seven first dowvns, with only
two comingp inl thle second hlalf.
Their tw\o offensive
touchdowns w~ere thle result lf
bigl playvs. while another score
camenr onl Thomans' 96-v'ard kick
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a long: night for the Indians
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yards to the Keystone 1-yard
line. Cornelius Whitehead had
a 19-yard run on the 'Canes'
first play from scrimmage. Big
plays were also turned in by
Ozerities on a 15-yard run and
quarterback Vegas Harley,
who hooked up with
Whitehead for a 19-yard gain
to the Keystone 8. Harley had
a run to the 2, followed by
Ozerities' run to the 1. A
penalty, though, backed the
Hurricanes up 5 yards. On
third-and-goal, Keystone's
Whriston Kicklighter broke up
a pass in the end zone, while?

Following Crews'
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quarterback on their next
cmleted u e0yard pmmpd t
Marcus Brown to the Keystone
20. Whitehead followed that
with a 6-yard run, but a fumble
on a lateral resulted in a loss of
17 yards. Bourne's fourth-
down pass to Whitehead in the
end zone was broken up by
Latner, who saw more playing
time in the secondary as a
result of Zach Lambert's
The home team finally broke
the scoreless tie on the first
possession of the second half.
Runs of 13 and 24 yards by
Ozerities helped .move the
Hurricanes to the Keystone 17.
Whitehead's 10-yard run to the
7 set up an Ozetities
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mark of the third quarter. Matt
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diving 12-yard reception by
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'Canes, with the PAT, led 14-0
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and operating ao vehicic with
suspended license. TIotal bond
was set at $2,500 and hie vas
released on bond on Oct. 22.

Marcus Hamilton Henr~y. 31,
of Starke was arrestedi Oct. 20
by Parole aind Prlobation for
violation of probation. Ilie
remained in jail as pf' press

Jose Juan Gonzallez, 38. of
Starke was arrested Oct. 20 by
Starke Police De~parltment
(SPO) officers for violationl of
probation and violation of
Injunction for protection
against domestic violenlce,
Bond was set at $15,000 and
he remained in jail as of press

Roger Dale Green Jr., 41, df
Hampton was arrested Oct'. 20
by BCSO deputies for two
counts of possession of more
than 20 grams of cannibis, and
two counts of sale or
possession of drugs. Total
bond was set at $55,000, and
he remained in jail~as of press

Ernest Charles Vanwart, 52,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 20
by SPD officers for failure to
a eron bail for an original
c reof non-support. Total
bond was set at $4,420 and he
. remained in jail as of press

of Stew~as anrrleilian Oc.
bySPD officers for real 1th tt

she remained in jail as of press

James Box, 32, of Green
Cove Springs, was arrested
Oct. 21 for leaving the scene
of a crash involving damage to
Brittany Ann Watson, 20, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 21 by
SPD officers for retail theft of
$300 or more. Bond was set at
$5;,000 and she was released
on bond on Oct. 22.

Deanna Jo Perry, 26,, of
Graham was arrested Oct. 21
by SPD for retail theft of $300
or more. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she was released
on bond on Oct. 22.

Charlotte Louise Chavarria,
S37, of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 21 on an out-of-county
warrant for DUI. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
on bond on Oct. 22.

BCSO deputies for failure to
appear on bail. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Shawn Alan Davis, 237, of
Middleburg was arrested Oct.
22 by BCSO deputies on out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $1,002 and he was
released on bond on Oct. 22.

Frank Barney Jenkins Jr.,
41, of Middleburg was arrested

$4,000 and he remained ir jail l
as of press time.

Gregory John Satiton, 25, of
Keystone licights was arrested
Oct. 24 by FH-P troopers for
reckless driving and violation
of restrictions placed on
license. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was released on
bond on Oct. 25.

Shawn Aymara Martin, 37,
of' Starke was arrested Oct. 24
by SPD officers for disorderly
intoxication. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.

Larry James Hallam II, 31,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 25
by BCSO deputies for battery.
He remained mn jail as of press

Celicia Triniece Parker, 29,
of Atlantic Beach was arrested
Oct. 25 by SPD officers for
failure to appear on bail. Bond
was set at $4,000 and she
remained in jail as of press

Thomas Wayne Powell Jr.,
3 1, of Lake Butler was arrested
IOct. 24 by Union County
Sheriff's Office (UCSO)
deputies for disorderly
Printis Lynn Jefferson, 30,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Oct. 23 by UCSO deputies for
possession of and trafficking in
a controlled substance, and
re itinglobtuin o n T iere

allegedc'ly hla l~l I lydlrocodone
7.5 my1 p'ills oni hlim when

Joshuall Kwmaniie Keith, 18,
oflalike Hutler was arrested
O)ct. 24 by UCSO) deputies for
possession of narcotic
equ~ipment'" and
resistinlg/obstructing: an officer
withoutLI violence,

Chlristopherr Bart T~anner, 28,
of Lauke Butler was arrested
Oct. 19) by UCSO deputies for
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense. Bond
was set at $2,500.

Jerry Ryan Jones, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
20 by UCSO deputies for
dealing in stolen property. He
was released on his own
recognizance on Oct. 20.

Willie Robinson, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
20 by UCSO deputies for
dealing mn stolen property. He
was released on his own
recognizance on Oct. 20.
Michael J. Barrett, 48, an
inmate at UCI in Raiford, was
arrested Oct. 21 by USCO
deputies for obstruction of a
firefighter. He was released
back to the DOC.

Kenneth Kuntzman, 58, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
21 by UCSO deputies for
fraud/swindle obtaining
poeet au der 520,000. Bond

Nicholas Valentino Warkins,
23, an inmate at U1Cl in
K~aiford, was arrested Oct. 21
by UCSO deputies for arson,
f irst degree on dwelling with
people present. He was
released back to the DOC.

Anthony Maurice -Wilson,
36, a DOC inmate, was
arrested Oct. 21 by UCSO
deputies for grand vehicle
theft. He was released back to
the DOC.

Jermaine Deon Holmes, 23,
of Lake Butler, was arrested
Oct. 22 by UCSO deputies for
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense.

Bob Gerald Tatum, 37, of
Glen St. Mary, was arrested
Oct. 25 by USCO deputies for
failure to appear for
misdemeanor offense.

Lance Edward Martin, 20, of
Gainesville, was arrested Oct.
24 by USCO deputies for
disorderly intoxication. Martin
was disturbing several
residences in Worthington
Springs and alleged ly
threatened to burn a residence
and a vehicle.

Happiness adds and
multiplies, as we divide it-
with others.
A. Nielsen
1897-1980, American

Oct. 22 fo~r non-support. Bond
was set at $14,500 and he
remained in jail as of press
L~inda Michelle Seals, 381, of
L~ake` Iutler, was arrested Oct.
22_ on two out-f-(countIy

as of1 press tine.

Willie Jeromle Newsomne Jr.,
35, of1 Starke was arrested Oct.
22 by 13CSO) deputies on two
account of' possession of more
than 20 giramns of cannabis, two
counts of' sale or possession of
drugs, and one count of
po~sse~ssion/use of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$305,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.

Ricky Morrow, 33, of
Gainesville' was arrested Oct.
23 for failure to appear on bail.
He was released for time
served on Oct. 24.

Gerald Wyman Starling, 32,
of Macclenny was arrested
Oct. 23 on out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
$15,000 and he was released
on bond on Oct. 23.

Kevin Reid Knight. 33, of
Stalrke was arrested Oct. 24 by
SP)D officers for
prpo or lise and tres a s
property, other than structure.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of press

Lashawn Genay Ezell, 22, of
(3ainesville veas arere tds Octr
failure to appear on bail and an
out-of-county warrant. Bond
was set at $4,600 and she
remained in jail as of press

Sarajean Donise Fury, 20, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 24 by
SPD otTicers for possession of
more than 20 grams of
cannabis and sale or
possession of drugs. Bond was
set at $50,000 and she was
released by bond on Oct. 25.

Steven Andrew Nugent. 26,
of Hampton was arrested Oct.
24 by BCSO deputies on grand
theft more than $300 but tess
than $.5,000, burglary of
unoccupied structure,
possession of more than 20
grams cannabis, and driving on
suspended/revoked license.
Bond was set at S46,000 and
he remained in jail as of press

2053 nr ~Hat~r eras Srrase
Oct. 24 by BCSO deputies on
grand theft more than $300 but
less than 55,000, burglary of
unoccupied structure,
possession of more than 20
grams cannabis, and an out-of-
county .warrant. Bond was set
at $1,006 and she was released
on her own redognizance.

Ricky Robert Tyson, 51, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 24 by
SPD officers for failure to
appear on bail. Bond was set at

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TIhe following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Union -or Clay (Keystone
Ileights area) coulntieS:
E Kaeli Jones, 19, of Melrose
waHs arrested Oct. 26 bb~ay
$ unty eis e
(CCStO) deputies on a wark nt
Iharassing p one ca .
SEdward Becker, 31, of
~tarke was arrested Oct. 24 by
~CSO deputies on a warrailt.
oCr contempt of court/child

SBi Bri ette Har er, 29, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 24 by
~CSO deputies on a warrant
fbr worthless checks.

15William Wesley, 34, of
$eystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 24 by CCSO deputies for
thdecent exposure in public,
teach of peace/disorderly
dbnduct, and resisting without
~iolence. .

~Heather Arthur, 20, of
LReystone Heights was arrested
id/. 23b CSO d ties foa

Feysoe t e~ig wa3 ,rrestof
5ct. 23 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts
violation of probabion for
Ifiginal charges of domestic
tsattery and two counts of
violation of probation for
original charges of possession
[n more than 20 grams of a
Inrle sus ne
: Angela Heathco, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 20
by CCSO deputies for grand
theft auto.
? David Trosper, 27, .' of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies on Oct. 20
on warrants for burglary to
occupied dwelling, violation of
~ifobation for an original
felony charge of DWLSR, and
violation of probation for DUI.

; Calvin Jerrod Butts, 25, of
Stake was arrested Oct. 19 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies fQr
failure to appear on bail. He
seas -released on his own
recognizance Oct. 19.
Donald Manning Cribbs, 481,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 19
by FHP troopers for possession
of more than 20 grams
cannabis, violation of
probation, and possession/use
of drug paraphernalia. otal
liond was set at $16,000 and he
was released on bond on Oct.

SMarcos Elias Rivera, 31, of
Gainesville, was arrsted Oct.
20 for failure to appear on bail

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Starke firefighters include (I-r) Capt. Bryan Stephens, Greg Starling, Jason Hersey,
Jeremy Howard, Derrick Dowdy, Justin Hamilton, Assistant chief Jerry waters,
Ashley Moore and Chief Tom Rowe.

Members of the Sampson City Fire Department (including some members'
children) are: (back rowv, I-r) Shelby Adkine, Jonathon Davie, Nick Tomlinson, Paul
Mcdavid, Chartle Worsham, (middle row, I-r) Lamar Wynn, Alec Finley, Garret
Smith, Jennifer Wynn, Blake Wynn, (front row, I-r) D~estiny Worsham, Kylie
Worsham (chlidS)! Renee Worsham, Teresa Tomlinson, Michelle Davis and Clayton
Worsham. Not pictured: Jimmy Harris, Adam Hall, Bryan Waldorf, Butch Hylton,
Wayne Well and Kyle Griffle.

Sampson City department

getting new station

Department are


trucks out across the Samnpson
City area at the homes of other
department members. T'hey
will be glad to get them housed
in one location again.
In 2005, the county
purchased 1.3 acres of land at
the corner of C.R. 225 and
C.R. 227 from Gregory Chabol
for $37,000 to serve as the
See STATION, p. 10B

Telegraph Editor
It'S' been a long time
coming, but the fire
department established in
Sampason City six years ago is
finally getting a station.
The expansion was part of a
plan to improve fire service
and was accomplished at no
cost to the county. The
department used existing fire
apparatus that was housed in
ronatesp eyLaonar Wyn,225
station's freo nhity as
petitioned about the need for a
Fire department in Sampson
City, and there was not
ghor ige of support, including
from Percy Sullivan, former
head of the Bradford County
lieivCouncl msn ecredidts
Lewis and the rest of the
dosqm-T~is~ion with supportinS
It relieved some of the
burden on the Hampton Fire
Department to be first
responder to incidents in that
p lt en b gan sturon wi

15 members. Today it has 22
members who go on hundreds
of runs every year.
"It seems like we're running
more and more everyday,"
Wynn said.
Wynn was in charge of the
department when it was
founded and recently took over
again after a two-year hiatus.
He worked with the volunteers
in Hampton beginning in 1998
and served as chief of that
de artment a wellivoig p
asm vlunteere of rfhters an
was looking to reach out and
serve the community. The
Ringpower employee also
wanted to assist the county in
getting its firefighting fleet in
shape at a time when many of
its t ucs were having trouble
"We started from scratch
wvith old trucks out of the
boneyards," Wynn said.
The accommodations in his
barn were meant to be
temporary until an official
station location was built. Over
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Some of the members of the Union County Volunte~er Fire Dept. Include (left to
right) Mark Hamlin, William Warren, Austin Thomas, Danny Moody, Jim Rooney,
Ken Owen, Chip Clemons, JR Rooney, Joshua Martin, Nick McSweeney, Chief
Mitch Andrews and Capt. Buddy Broughton.

Union department keeps

busy with calls for service

The department is made up
of a total of 30 volunteers plus
five probationary firefighters,
In order to become a county
firefighter, Andrews said that a
background and driver's
license check is conducted.
Once it is determined that the
v~olunteer has no prior felony
convictions, he or she is placed
on a three-month probationary
period. At the end of the
probation period, the other
members of the department
vote on the volunteer's
acceptance. "A lot of it
depends upon the probationary
period and how many calls
they responded to, if drills
were attended and whether
they work well with the team,"
Andrews said.
oOu ee madeef ter official
members are required to obtain
Firefighter I certification, CPR
certification and First
Responder. In addition, two
forestry classes in brush fires
are required for the

Times Staff W~ritr ~
Since Oct. 2008, the Urnion
County Volunteer Fite
Department has handled 256
calls for service. Broken down,
the calls included 55 brush
fires, 79) medical calls, 12
vethicle fires, four road
obstructions, 12 smoke
investigations and or fire
alarms, 23 structure fires, 5.5
automobile accidents, 12 dow\n
power lines and four public
education demonstrations.
Fire Chief Mitch Andrevs
said that on the av'erage, 7-8
volunteers respond to calls for
service from one of the
county's six fire stations
(excluding Lake Butler Station
I). Those station are loc e
(Staltion 80), Raiford (Station
2), Worthington Springs
(Station 3), Providence
(Station 4), Lake Butler main
county fire and EMS (Station
5) and The Groves (Station 6).

certification. AII training f'or
the volunteer firefighters is
paid for by the county.
Andrews said that IUnion
County hlas nine volunteers
who are Firefighter II certifiedi,
which means they could
actually work for a paying fire
department in another county.
The Union County volunteer
firefighters are Chief Andrews,
Asst. Chief Perry Kent, Capt.
Buddy Broughton, Capt.
Wayne Clemons, Madison
Kosmos, Nick McSw\eency,
Joshua Martin, Chip Clemnons.
Jeremy Parks, Wesley Mann,
Corey Tucker, JR Rooney,
Ken Owen, Josh Seny. Jim
Rooney, Skip LeCanin, Daniel
Elixson. Bart Clemons,
Edward Redding, Ryan
w y.yM me lienG m: is
Mark Hamlin, William
Warren. Jennifer Alee, David
McKinney,. Pete Kosmos,
Austin Thomas and Richard

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From the Lake Region's McRae Station 23, Capt. Steve Gilbert (left) and Engineer
Jeff Gruentzel appeared at the McRae Elementary School Fall Festival last week.
GIbert said the station, which opened early this year, is now manned by both Clay
County Fire and Rescue and McRae Volunteer Fire Department personnel. The
station sees a growing call volume. Gilbert said some shifts are busier than
others, but the station may have as many as four to five medical calls per shift,
including highway accidents. This year has been light on brush fires, GIbert said,
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Frankle Ray
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exercise. The
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protect lives and property
in their communities, but
they rely on community
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Starke, FL 32091

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123 E. Jefferson St.
Starke, FL 32091

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120 Flamingo St.
Keystone Heights, FL

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Lake Butler City Hall
200 S.W. First St.
Lake Butler, FL 32054

volunteer firefighters, Lindsey
Kirkland, Mark Hughes and
Frankie Ray are currently
attending: courses to rec ve
their Firefighter I certifieition.
de tr irentr e rse Daf th
Androlevich, Juanita Barton,
Paul Benefield, Timmy Bryant'
training captain Murray
Chappell, Hardy Clyatt, James
Jordon, Randall Crawford,
Cody Douglas, Allyson
Howell, Sam Jackson, Randy
Jenkins, Ricky Jenkinrs, Jerry
Howell and Matt f~ritz.

ranes, gas spills, brush fires,
traffic accidents, house fires,
vehicle fires, smoke
investigation and aid to Union
County Emergency Medical
Service of the department's
volunteer firefighters attended
courses and received their
Firefighter I certification. They
are Chief Banks, safety officer
Laurie Ash, training captain
Rob Healy, Lt, Bryan Fritz and
Lt. Dennis Whaley. Training
captain Ron Gore is certified
as Firefighter II. Three

Times Saay writer
The Lake Butler Volunteer
Fire Department is made up of
s4 frgt s.1 The depadrts ent'
January of this year, it has
received a combined 54 calls
for service in the city and in
mutual assistance to the county
fire department. Chief Michael
Banks said overall, the
firefighters have volunteered
more than 100 man hours in
calls such as down power

ABOVE:RMem nrs ofthe
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department are (I-r)
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Kosmos and Richard

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Haunsford, Ix~th fcll(resirrvie; and
several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held on
Oct. 28 at the gravesa~de in
Malcedonia C:emetery. Archer
Funeral Home is in charge of

Words cannot exress the
appreciation our family
has for the loving way so
many of you have blessed
us by being a blessing to
our brother; Bud Lawson.
Thank you to those who
made donations in Bud's
memory to the Starke
Dialysis Unit. Thanks to
those in the Dialysis Unrit
who were I ere to hep
him through thisr past
year. S ec al thanks~ to the
employees of Jones-
Gallagher F;uneral Home
who always went out of
your way to make sure he
was doiag okay. We truly
thank our Lord for your
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Johnnie Desue

Jbhnnie Desue
iSTARKE-Johanie Mae Hill
D sue (Red) of Starke died Oct.
25, 2009, at Shands Starke due to
a sudden illness. She \vas tbor in
Schrke to Arthur Hill and the late
Gladys Hill.
She is survived by: daughters,
Jackie (Brook) Bacon of Adel,
Ga., and Felicia (Jodie) Williams
and Erica Isler of Starke; her
father, Arthur Hill of Starke;
sisters, Nettle Keith of Ft.
Lauderdale, Mary Lee Hankerson
and Mary (Willie) Louise of
Starke, Mildred (Ray) Perry of
L~yons, Ga., and Mercy (Darryl)
Wakefield of Jacksonville;
brothers, George (Lucille) Early of
Patterson, N.J., Frank Hill, Doris
(Charlene) Hill and Raymond Hill,
eo~e g ea doildrandchildren,
fFuneral services will be held
Sliturday, Oct. 31, at II a.m. at
10ft. Pisgah A.M.E. Church in
Starke. Burial will be at Odd
Fellow Cemetery in Starke.
Viewing will be on Friday, Oct.
."s fonrm 57pm n Saturdayo
viewing after the eulogy.

She is precedled inl dleth b~y her
hlusband. Eulgeneo A. F'inlch. Shle is
survived by: children.i Arthur
D~avid Ramlsey .Ir. of Yor~k. S.('.,
Jamecs M. Ramulsey of Haiwthlorne.
Michael W. R2amlsey of' C'onwavy;
S.C., and Grainnetta K. Morser of
Warren, N.II.; aI step~son, Mai.
Kecvini I. F:inch of Killeenl, Texas~s;
cight( glrandlchiklrlen andl three
greart-gran~l dChli ildren.
A mnemoriall service will b~e held
at 11 n1.m.1 on Sat~urday, Oct. 31, at
First Barptist C~hur~ch of' Walldo,
14370 Kiennlard StWaldo.
Interment will be at Salntal Fe
Cemetery in Bratdford Counlty. In
lieu of flowers, the family wishes
donation be made to the
American Heart Association in her


Hillegas III
HASTINGS-William "Toby"
Forrest Hillegas III, 34, of
Hastings, died Friday, Oct. 16,
2009, at his home.
Toby was born Feb. 18, 1975,
in Jacksonville to Wilhiam F.
Hillegas Jr. and Denise J.
He is survived by: his father.
William F. (Nancy) Hillegas Jr. of
Port Saint L~ucie; his mother,
De~nise E. Hillegas and
com manio.hAndfiale.Sekecto
Crews; sons. T'yler and T'yson
Hillegas of Hastings; daughters,
Kaitlyn and Ashlynn Hillegas of
Hastings; and a brother, Jeremy
(Carey) Hillegas of St. Aulgustmne-
Family and friends may leave
condolences and memories at
WWW. WattSfuneal homes.Col.
Funeral services were held Oct. 23
at Watts Funeral Home Chapel in
San Mateo. Inr lieu of flower.
donations may be made to D~enise
Hillegas. care of Vystar Credit
Union, Account 070)259(M65 to
help w\ith the raising of his
children. Arrangements a
entrusted to Watts Funeral Homle
and Cremation Center Inc. in San

Lefoy King
LAWTEY-Lemoy King. 62, of
Lawley, died Oct. 26, 2009. at
Malcolm Randall VA Medical
Center of Gainersville following an
extended illness.
Mr. King w~as bomn in Lake City
on July 4. 1947. He was of the
Methodist faith. He was a
graduate of RJE High School in
Bradford County and servedl in the
Vietnam War.
He is survived by: his wife.
Anna Smith King of Lawtey a
son. Cleoster Milict of Lawtcy: a
daughter. Patrise Jackson of
Lawicy; mother. Eula King of
Lawtey: sisters, Brenda Butler.
Hazel King. Patricia Brown, all of
La~ley: brothers. RichardJ King.

('hristoplher Kingi Hlorace Kinig.

will be heldl Satulrdaly, Oct. 31, a 2
p~.mI. inl ther Chullrch of God# ,y

Iinteirment will b~e hclld Io
I'ersville Memnorial ('riemetey in
~Lawley undler thle directionl of
H-aile F~uneral Homne Inlc.
Visitation will be at the H-aile
Funeral Home Chapel on Friday,
Oct. 30, with family hour from 3-4
p.m. and friends from 4-8 p.m.
Viewing will be at the church one
hour prior to service. The family
will meet at the home of Mrs.
King at 1 p.m. to form the cortege.

Leland Knepper
Paul Knepper, 79, of Keystone
Heights, died Oct. 1, 2009, at Park
of the Palms Assisted Living
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, Nov. 6. 2009, at St.
William Catholic Church of
Keystone Heights at 12 p.m. with
Rev. Michael Williams officiating.
,Arrangements are under the care
and direction of Archie lIanner
Funeral Services of Starke.

John Martin Sr.
Martin Sr., 38, of Gainesville. died
Wednesday, Oct 21, 2009, at
North lrwida Regional Medical
Center after a sudden illness. He
was a lifelong resident of
Gainesville. He worked in the
construction and building
He is survived by: his wife.
Ann Marie Miller Martin; sons,
John M. Martin of Starke, William
Dean Martin, Austin Gage Martin
.and Robert Devon Martin, all of
Gainesville; his parents. Donald
and Patricia Martin of Fairbanks:
brothers. Donald Den (Misty)
Martin of Jacksonville and Todd
(Courtney) Martin of Keystone
Heights; and his paternal
grandmother. Lucyle Martin of
Funeral services were held Oct.
26 in the chapel of Archer Funeral
Hlome in Lake Butler. In lieu of
flowers the family request that
donation he made to the faimill
for funeral expense: Ann M .
Martin. 1810 N.E. 164" Aice
Gaineville. FL 2609. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Burtler is In
charge of arrangements.

R by Th Omas
C. Thomas. 81, of Keyslone
Heights, died Monda\. Oc~t. 19-
2009. at P~alatkal Health Cure
Center after an extendedc illness.
She was1~ hrm lin 13msbohr.

He~ightl s andc Melr~ose area~ since
1')80, comblirg f~crom ('rescent City,
whelr~e shes livedc for 18 years. She
wvasr a member of thle IFirst H~aptist
Chlur~ch of1 Keystone Height~s and
Shle wals pre~cede'd nr dethcl by:
heri hiusbandtl ('harles I:. Th~omas
Sr.; her parent"S,( 'Iharhe and Mac
Holton and rothers, Gjlynn
H oltonl and Ta~lmlladg e Hlolton.
She is survived by: a daughter'
Alice Stewvart of Keystone
Heights, sons, Charles E. ('l ana)
TIhomas Jr. of G~ainesville, Rlober
Thomas of Lake Geneva and
Andy Thomas of Starke; sisters,
Edith Dixon of Gainesville, Ga.'
Bobbie Jean Perdue of Denison,
Texas, Dolly Story of Thompson,
Ga., and Carolyn Bache of
Mc',n!':ndG~a. br thers,boierryr
Jefferson, Ga., and Calvin Holton
of Mcintyre; three grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Oct
23 at the Johnson-Overturf
Funeral Home in Palatka.
Memorial donations can be made
to Hal~ven H-ospice Roberts Care
Center, 6400 St. Johns Ave.,
Palatka, FL 32177. Memories and
conldolences mlay. be sent to the
family at www.JohnsonOverturf
Johnson-Overturf Funeral
lion, in Paatka is in charge of

DOily Whaley
LAK Whaley. 65. of ILaket Butle~r, died
Monday. Oct. 26, 2009), at
Windsor Marnor Ca;re
Sta~rke after aln extended illness.
Shte w\as bo~rn in Wecllborn to
the late Fred Whaley and Nettie
Stafford W~haley. She operated a
craft sho)p.
Shle is survived b\: sisters.
Corine B~ryan of Unke Butler,
Willie Mac Peak of Hawtlhorne,
Elizabeth Shale) and Mildred

Wayne Boye~tte
WELLBORN-Wayne Curtis
Boyette, 59, of Wellborn, died
Monday, Oct. 26, 2009, at Shands
University of Florida Medical
Center in Gainesville after an
etestnded illness.
Hel was born in Savannah, Ga.,
living most of his life in
Suw\annee County. He was an
aultomlobile mechanric until ill
health forced his retirement.
H-e wans preceded in death by
his farther. Bernice Boyette.
He is survived by: his mother,
Me~rtic Mac Boyette of Weliborn;
tftit companion, Peggy Troutman;
`i* daughter, Desiree Layton of
G~Rceville; a son, Lucos Boyette
of~ Middleburg; a brother, Darrell
~pyerte of Lake Butler; a sister,
itritea AnndcM dp of Miami;
Graveside funeral services will
be held Saturday, Oct. 31, at 2
p~. in Beatrisceek Cemetery m
~enville, Ga. Archer Funeral
~me of Lake Butler is in charge
c3local arrangements.

hn BftWef
~STARKE-John Roger. Brewer.
,ofStarke, died Friday, Oct. 23,a h rsdne
M.Brewer was born on June 6,
I ,8 in Fulton, N.Y. to the late,
Robert C~rawforo Brewer Hre and
~He is survived by: his brother,
~bert C. "Bob"' Brewer Jr. of
,Cdk Tenn.: and two nephews.
Slices will be private.
~ihngements are under the can
otJones-Gallagher Funeral Home
o S~tarke.

] ~SSle Br0WH
LAKE BUTLER-Jessie Brown,
7, of Lake Butler, died on
Vildnesday, Oct. 21, 2009, at
Sliands Starke Hospital.
(iHe served in the United States
Agmy, ranking as Private First
Clkss, and was a retired pioneer in
(1 umber industry-
$}eis survived by: a daughter,
Yl~anda F. Allen; sons, Henry
Allen and Eddie Allen Jr.; a
brother, Jerome Fields; caregiver,
Currie Fulton Jr.: and six
Funeral services will be held
Saturday, Oct. 31, at I1 a~m. at St
James A.M.E. Church with Rev.
Joyce Edwards officiating.
Interment will follow on Monday,
Nov. 2, at the Florida National
Cemetery in Bushnell at 11I a~m.
Visitation will be held Friday,
Oct. 30, from 4-7 p~m.
Arrangements are entrusted to J.
Hadley Funt~ral Home of Starke.

Alma Cross
Ama F. C EsT:88 o DiC Cov ~

2009, at Orange Park Medical
Mrs. Cross was born in Senoia,

Ga. nJn 2,1. totelc

death by her husband, Harry
sst~ and son, James Anthony
Se is urvivied by:Ohison:
daughter, Linda Sammons of
Mandarin, a brother, James D.
(Iht) Garrison of Baltimore, Md.;
tito grandchildren and two great-
(Services were held at Glen
Haiven Memorial Park in Glen
Bbrnie, Md. on Oct. 23. Local
airangements are by Helm-
Gallagher Funeral Home and
Cp-mation Services in Green Cove
S rmngs.

The cortege will form at her
father's home, Mr. Arthur Hill,
14299 S.E. 46'h Place, Starke, at
10:30 a.m. on Saturday. Services
are entrusted to Pinlkney-Smith
Funeral Home of Gainesville

HAMFFN -Bnie Durbum,
87, of Hampton, diedl Oct. 22,
2009, at Shands Stark~e following
an extended illness.
Born in Georgia onl Nov. I I,
1922, she was a homemaker and a
member of Macedonia Missionrry
Ba tis Church in Hampton. itr
Katic Carroll of Hampton; a
special aunt. Ola B. Scott of
Starke; and many nieces, a
nephew and cousin.
Dur am vill% 1ehl on Satund~ar;
Oct. 31, at 1 p.m. in the
Macedonia Missionary Baptist
Church with the Rev. J.B.
Richardson conducting the
services. Interment will be held in
the Hampton Cemetery in
Hampton under the direction of
Haile Funeral Home of Stairke.
Wake and visitation will be at
Maile Memorial Chapel on Friday,
Oct. 30. Family hour will be 4-5
p.m., and friends may visit from 5-
8 p.m., and at the church one hour
prior to the service.

LAKE BUITLER-Michael Brett
Erickson, 45, of Lake Butler, died
suddenly at his home on
Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2009.
He was born in Houston, TeasS,
living most of his life in Grayiing,
Mich. He has lived in Lake Butler
for the last five years. He was a
manager of Albertson's until ill
health forced his retirement.
He is survived by: his wife,
Stacy Erickson of Lexington,
N.C.; a daughter, Shirley Miller of
Brownround, Texas, a son,
Michael B. Erickson Jr. of
lexington, N.C.; his mother,
Shirley Erickson of Lake Buller;
his father, George Erickson of
Ocala; brothers, Brandy Wethy of
Lake Butler and Marty Erickson
of Georgia; sisters, Terry Frazier
of Ohio. Laurie Stewart of
Alachua and Kelly Striplin of Old
Town; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service and burial
will be held at a later date. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements.

Shirley Finch
HAMPTON-Shirtey Baker
Finch, 731, of Hampton, died on
Oct. 26. 2009.
She was a lifelong resident of
the area and rtired from Scars.
She was a member of First Baptist
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Bradford Middle School FFA,
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wi Ith2 n teas, leAd mmodeed. up tEis YB m" outsd tr Cy
storage shed, WID hook apt CHIA, ice maker, limits. $625 per month.
ups, on paved road. 5625 new carpet and tile, wash- service animals only. Call
per month 21st Ave ,ott er& dryer ncee~indown 352-384-3949:
BeSsent,Ad. outside of, town Starke $475/mo, 200614X70SWincounty.
Stacke City kmits Gall1_ ,:3 orw4o*4~s?f3 orad.. Like new, 38R/18A, CWT
904 4 72-6256L -K mass uDnOuS ehnUghoult.
3BR/2BAHOME WITH GA- 3BR/BA MH to he cuntry. wood deck, 5525 plus
RAGE In nice nelghbor. CH!A electncapphanes, deposit. Senior discount
hood so Strke 5725kmo, outside city Ilmlts, $675 SE 49thAve., Starke. Call
1 year lease &I deposlt per monthfarsuaIcst 8de. 352-468-1093 or 904:-
1011A w. Pratt St.. appty posrt Call 352-745-1189 571-6561.
at 904-964-8073 or 904. or 904-964-8431 FOR RENT $450 pey-
545-6096. MIMOSA MANOR MH has month 307 Country Uvr-~
28R/18A MH with CHIA, 28R moutis or rent Only ing Circle, Metrose, Put-
Wr nclud ed I4 x one rmr # sren move nam Couny 1-sa~:
SSBS/mo $IB 5oves ha stan dy nib mu d ng 9-f wMa sooringe
KEYSTONE 2BR/18A on and SS income welccome n~dM pt Fron the ih.
Silver Lake All up keep Outside esty limits Call i"Mloeges 9
& lawn ncuded oon 25 (r ~-47. 9 i to e on d onr

2BRlBA MH on Lake Ge- tion 324817
neva, $475 per month BADNW 8/B FOR RENT S50 C 2~
:lFirt scurity, call 3S2- home for rent. Ali stainless Keystone Heights, FL,
W A OR bedroom steel appliances, Iarge Clay County. LAKE GE-
MH.cienn.close~to prson.' Yard, on1/2acre, located NEVA 6BR/4BA main
Cell352468-323 on 17th Ave. (Flume Rd.) house with guest ctae
SPEA 13 4 ON RENT Back side of the Starke From the light in esf
FRE! Nce nelyren- olf and Country Club, go northr on SR 21 to rgP
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homs n Sarel~ke Ready to M~ove into! D0 il HOUS
678-438 28655

fitness center, computer

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foor poth fst words.


at 12 roon or ta

3470 th~is 0wr
200n 0 PeRETIC 310 lrog
meoader. sttndp.
w2 ork rat.$390
OBO. Call BRUCe at 86-
BACK dumpster truc with
drumpe. $1.4900. OBO b

fiacde xie, $1,200 with
ralrn cks. Call 813(

trailer.Livngroom. kitch-
non-s retioig $14.00 08
Call 904- t3864-7451 f

fifth wheel. Used very
IOttl. xcelleBnrt codt ion

$al 00.1al 52-350.

a etnsmes bbeso soo
s St St re. aln

3E 8RR15 HOM u
TLC cNex~ut t aion St
Bapntis Chuerch, $69900
080r Call 904-769- 2

38AM.BA house Hon ra
St Strke 1 dacr e lot
TLn Graham and a ot n S

nan0ng call 904769-
38R/28AN 140 OSO FT
3Bence3 h~sn 1 am

hom Witia ano filt onmy
movre an Od se-u ank
moKnth. Call 352-335-

wideB 3000 sq. ft, eted
CBni oe lnra e
CatI Bruced lt oate 38-95
3R/28Ar MH n 51 ac, 0

45 Lead for Sale

5 ACE N UN(on
writes Weste of Lak But
MrReduced to $25.000

Call 386-365-8765
subdivision in Lawre .
$34r. orp 1 au lnts rn

47 Commercial

FICES at 417T Wses C
Street (or base ideallo h
medac. e al scu
$35 tcudin u llte
fors290*achprsu lusutbs
and taxes Ca0l 352-275.
853 soy for a walk

SO FT. Bradford Indus-
Mal~~~~' Pr SOho r
each bay. Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
46C North Temple Ave
A ross rrom afedo


ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and mon provided

48 Homes for
3BR/1BA, 684 Epperson
St. Starke, $55,500. Call
Construction Co., Inc.
We design, build. Es-
to lis~he In17.C
ere.com. cocooss344*
2 STO'n'v"SUSE, 2000
sq. ft. 4BR/2BA. new
meUa roof new electrical.
plumbing, A/C, flooring

51 LoasFound
51 ARnknl &~ Pts ~
53 Yard Sales
54 Keystne ar Sk
556 hcr Swap
57 For Sle
58 BuidinlMateLrials
59 Personal Services
60 Serc~retrl Servics
61 Script r
62 Va vel ov

40 Note
41 vebkletsAccssories
412 Motor Vehlcles
43 RV's & Campers
45 L~ad or Sale
46 Real Etateh Out ofAwa
47 CommercialProwprty
Ren, Lmes, Sale
48 Homes or Sale
49 Mob~eHomes for Sal

63 Lovelines
64 Business tny
67 tlnin nmdj kr u'"O
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplemnts ,
70 SelfSto~r**
72 Sporthss Goods
731 Farm Equipment
74 Computers & Lomnpuctr

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and people securing cus-
tody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of
tar hereby In rme dr t
alI dwellings advertised
in this newspaper are
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preference, limitation or
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ING should be submitted
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Wor kshop
A wor~kshoprl. on. the ("tor~ida
Dcpartmenta of Agriculture's(
"lBest Matnagement Praictices
in response to walter quality
andl quantlity, regulations will
be held Fridaly, Nov. 6, at the
Bradford County' Extension
Service from noon until 2 p.m.
Participants will learn about
local agency resources
available to farmers, water-
supply mapping, pending
water supply regulations and
the Notice of Thtefffrprogram.
Scheduled speakers meclude
Paul Still (Bradford Soil and
Water Conservation), Hugh
Thomas (Suwannee River
Partnership), Carijs Herd
(Suwannee River Water
Management District), Mace
Bauer (UFIlFAS hBMPrt rub
Drew Wainwrig t ( rdfr
County's first Notice of Intent
certified producer) and Jimn
DeValedio (Brafordt County
Extension Service). .
Currently, participation ut
the Becst Ma~nagement
Practices program is voluntary.

Continued from page 6B

future site of the Sampson City
Although awaiting
construction of an actual fire
station, the county did have a
portable classroom placed at
the site that Wynn said the
department has used to meet
and to train.
Even in 2003, it was known
that funding a new station
would take time and possibly
even a grant. The original
estimate was $60,000. The
project was awarded to Union
L~asteel of L~ake Butler a few
weeks ago for $46,499.
The Bradford County Fire
Council prioritized a station
for the Sampson City
department last year wvhen
asked by the county
commission to develop a needs
list, and Emergency
Management Director Brian

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59 Personal

aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & r isiRg pH u e
& a n9 P e r R e l c m


or without titles Will pick

A RK 8 ml ra
finish mowln & acreage
doig U drbuh n

Dann Clark at 904-545.
S241 for free estimate

I10O West Call St.

Fax (904) 964.606
fgy, 3isk

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386 496 1062

65 Help Wanted

with elderly or disabled cli.
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
S CES3S UL A2L6 peo.
pie needed. Were you a

other than Real Estate? I

473-6201 or e-mail me at

Dines Ines- license,

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494-3705, clean driving
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vote. 2 4ll 35-191

Servty ca als only, cal

in country with one small
bam and large eone
carport, chla elet. last, d
$000 dposit moves yu
in, an mals welcome with
le e2 rfrne cl

per night are $25. Tax
not included. To see the
rooms, go to the Mana9-
ers apartment on Wainut
Street, across from Post
Office at Magnolia Hotel,
or Call 904-964-4303-
w51LEL OSN Doutside of
the Bradford County Tele-
gaph office on Thursday
Oct -h 5Pleas Iel 904-

missing male Yorkie in
Keystone Heights PHe s
bning hi oem wil
die without his medica-
tion. Call 352-473-6331
or 352-284-3419.
52 Animals &

DO AT S ID8 0 Gat
the Office Shop in Starke
on CalSt nly(6. n
colors, shapes and styles
to 06 Sos fror Cl

sHO aOG n or sale

wekjiaold, ppye MI a
904 964-6691

Cushioned seat (2 3"
wie rthanb conventional
siers. We gh5 ca a

home set. Includes 2

holdersI Like new condi-
tion. Fabric Material is
tan/wheat. Asking $1,000.
Call 352-468-2860.


3 door walk In cooler,

sae w m r snora i
call 904-964-3500 or904-
beautiful, ele ant, must
sel 5550. CIl 80-226-
3 TWIN BEDS, $75 piece
ne s a day bed. Call
ER-good working condi-
tkxon $100. Ca~ll 04-226-
per cord. 1/4, 1/2, 3/4
cords are eavliable. Free
devy InBalrLk
904-782-3846, leave a

wdo vtrit oly ofrd s l

c ucd ngrbrand noow L~o a

ot ,n, bratnranew food
itoms new poal els,etc.

SAT. ONLYIl OCT. 31, 8am
til Spm, at the Teaching
Farm, CR 18 and 227'

women's professional
clothes, foreign.and US
coins and stamps, ~com-
0 te bins, ohn, ds,
wheels. Call 352-468-
325o 904-3 nO0291 f or
53 B Keystone
HeI hts Yard
CAN LEGION Post 7441.
SR 21.9am til 3pm. Pro-
ceeds to help deserving
families for Christmas.
OCT. 30 &31st. Fri. & Sat
8am til ? Holiday items.
ros f bru -A\brc, (u
table, house hold items.
lots of good things, 6862
SAT rC al SRS 100 &
Camp immokalee Rd.
Bam to 3pm Household
items, children's clothes
NOVm65T 7 S7TH 8 m t
5-Family. Furniture, tools
small appliances, dishes
clothes, antiques, hun
dreds of household items
Call 352-473-7271, 352-
443-9222 or 904-258-

ara. wh only Call 478-
53 A Starke Yard

household & etc
FRI., SAT. & SUN. Sam to

toys. DVO & VMS mov.
les, and Playstatilon 1 & 2

e-a tey Mns sut
YARD SALE 8am to ? Fri
Sat Ots 30 ad id
T.V.. desk & chair, boys
clothes, girl's clothes and
baby clothes. Bathroom
items etc. and shelf.
full. Fri. & Sat. Oct. 30 &
31. 8am to 4:30pm. 5238
Pin SI, ok8 rs frm city
Thurs., Fri. & Sat. Sam
to nim By itms Hr
glassware, collectibles.
and mise. SR 301, 1/4
mile N. of Morgan Rd.,
FRI 5& orT nato Spm. 301
N. by Harvest Church.
er ol gold and silver coins,
904-966-21 22.
BIG SALEI Sat. & Sun. Sam
til ? 301 N. just past Fair
Grounds on right (U-Haul)

53 'C Lake
Butler Yard

there, excellent c 0 i
0480 ach. Call 352-468

57 For Sale

with manufactures oar
rany cBCannddnei estl S
'**or $200. Call 352-372.
BED-OUEEN orthopedic
bo.N m te brn.nwi
BEDO SE5 3 588ece
king bed, dresser, mirror'
2 night stands, chest avail-
able, dovetail construc'
tion. New still in boxes.
Retail $5.600, sacrifice for
$950. 352-377-9846
b and now tmi ro br
age with warranty. Stain
resultant, pot/kid friendly

POOL washers ed d y
up. each. Electric stove.
written guarantee, de-

ch CR 214 to home on left
$ nt reton 3fCR2


unfurnished $850/mo .
tuthished $900/mo. 352

rear. 2 car carport. $550/
m'o., first mo. plus $550
deposit required for move
i Cal 94964-4929 or

security deposit, call 352-

acres. $500/mth plus tirst
and last. Call 9044364-
6405 or 352-23,5-1503
$550/mth plus $500/dep-
Cal Mike at 904-364-
28R/2BA MH near prison,
$400 per month. Cali 904-
MOILE Hi)ME Keystone
~jsher and dryer $550
month, Call 852-2`78-
Sand Starke, no dep.,
$75 per month. Call
S14-284-9223 or 904.
on1.5 acres, access to
s Lake, pond in front
yed alltenced $.
2pHA kLL CST 3 eR
c nstruc ion, walk In c ps
oL B ar saae $2
mnth Maru se 8
cefats Cal949
on8 So4EsloSR 10 et

* Efficiency a1. in KH. $500/mo. & security.
secun v. Water A e&Swricue.

( 11 C~onath mall pood in Hawthomne.
$550/mo cBsecunity.
*71 Lake Geneva access. 5595/mo. &

S2/2 Hme in eystone. ssemo.
* 3/2 MH in K~eystone. $65(mo & security
*$2 0(1 0 8oein ld0 Wih pasture.$S6Sw.
Bi Secuity.
*711 home in Keystone. $675/mo & security.

* 2/1 00 SW80 lake. SOm @0 SeCUtity.
* 3/2 MH in K~eystone. $7Smo. & security
( ggggy(4g) Bulig) i 10 6)'810 003 Up
& security.
S3/2 MH inBig Tree. $800/mo 8 ecuity.
* 2/1 8001e on Lake Ray. $825mo. &
*711 home on Lake Geneva. First, last &:
security. $8Omo.
* Commercial Building on SR-21.58%~mo &
one uiy
* 3/1 Home in Keystone. $900mo. & ecrit
* 3/ Home on Little Orange lake. 59S9mo
BtSeCUrty '
4/2.5 Home ion Bedford Lake. $9S(mo. &
22n.5condin Ereon on lae Sanae
$1,200moa ,' 8 euiy
4/2 home on 8 acres. $1,400mo &r security.
3/2 Home on Lake Jefford's. $1,500mo &

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Bradford s
Merrill takes
th6' at Lake

Telerap Stqffriter
Aindy\ Meriill finished 16''
ou~t of 66 r~unner~s to help the
Bradf~crdl boy:s' cross country
team to' a seveneth-place finish
out of 10 teams at the Greater
North Floridla Invitational,
which was held Oct. 24 in
Lake City.
Merrill had a personal-
record time of 17:59.18. Times
recorded by his teammates
were: Jonathan Johns
(19:22.36, PR), Rowdy
Rensberger (20:57.10), lan
Waters (21:12.02) and David
Wrdor' 51.s IPRam was
led `by Kayla Garlo, who
placed 41" out of 72 runners
with a time of 24:32.82. Other
Bradford runners who
participated were: Grace
Dennison ~(26:30.67, PR),
Nicole Miller (26:48 .88).
Rachel Baler (27:29.11) and
Hannah Ricker (28:07.74).
Prior to the Greater North
Florida- Invitational, both
Bradford teams placed first at
a meet in Cedar Key-
Boys' results at that meet
were: Merrill (18:21), Johns
(20:14), Rensberger (21:19).
John Gillenwaters (2:),
Thomas Nguyen (23:15),
Waters (23:35), Weeks
(24:02), Dustin Corbitt
(24:43), Nicholas Hernandez
(26:24) and Scott Thomas
Girls' results were: Garlo
(24:24), Christina Jordan
(26:03), Miller (26:12),
Dennison (28:30), Baier
(29:11) and Ricker (30:48).

Schaol leads

KH girls at
Br00CO meet

Emily Schaol finished in the
top 50 of a 130-plus girls' field
as the Keystone Heights cross
country teams competed in the
annual Middleburg Bronco
Classic, which was held Oct.
Schaol finished in 50" place
after; running a time of
22:52.30, while three of her
teammates joined her in the
top 100. hRaquel Doty-O'Kelly
was 54 with time of

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"Tlhe guys were f'iredl upl for
this one," H-oard saidt. "All the
Odds where ;rgaind licill.
We're starting to get( senior
Icadecrship, and thle kidls are
buying in to whatl (coa;ches)
are doing. We're also addting
so~me w\rinkles andlt giving
teamns something to thrink
Braldfolrd attemllpts to~ move
to 2-2 in the district whien it
hosts tHast ;acdsden (2-6, 0-3)
Friday, Oct. 30, at 7:30 p.m.

Continued from pagelB
Taylor 3.5. After a late hit on
Tigers quarterback Chris
Alexander thdt left him dizzy,
Justin Tyson took over as
quarterback for a few plays,
running for a huge first down
at the Taylor 20-yard line. A
fumble, though, gave the ball
back to the Bulldogs.
What followed was a three~
and-out orchestrated by the
Union de ense,sw tcih inld d
Lonnie Gosha-
The Tigers took over on the
50-yard line because of a good
punt return by Adam Cason,
Tyson led the dnive with some
tough runs that really
showcased his speed, helping
to set up first-and-goal for the
Tigers, but again they w\ere
unable to gain any points out
of their second red- tone
appearance .
The Buildogg'~ nexcrt rie
was riddled with third-and-
longs. The Union defense did
exceptionally w\ell, making
tackles behind the line of
scrimmage and knocking do\n
passes. Taylor, however, w\as
able to convert on every sticky
situation the Tigers put them in
and drove into Tiger territory.
but Union stepped up and
caused its second turnover of
the game--an interception by
DJ. Page in the end zone.
That gave the Tigers another
chance to try to score before
the half. However, they were
not able to capitalize, giving
the ball right back to the
Bulldogs, afer going thre-
With only three minutes left
in the half, Taylor drew first
blood with a touchdown off of
a scemen play from quarterback
William Wentwvorh to receiver
James Strawter that took the
Tigers by surprise. Wentw\orth
completed a pass on the twvo-
point conversion to put the
Bulldogs Lp 8-0.
The Tigers executed wecll on
their next drive. moving the
ball easily down the field with
their two-minute offense.
Alexander stayed on target the
whole drive, while Brynn
Holmes converted two third
downs with his hands and

?2.59 86, Ochesal Ha 73"'
with a time of 23:59.87 and
Kayla Sheffield 95th 1Vitil 8
timleof 2.5:3 1.19.
Also, Mandy Frazier had a
time of 27:30.44 as the Indians
finished 13'" out of 19 teams in
thle girls' division.
Keyston~e had two hys
place in the top 100 in L.uis
Rodriguezr anld Josh Jimmesn1.
Rodrliguez was 61"1 out of 154
boys' runners with a time ~of
19:21.58, while Jimmeson was
88'" with a time of 20:23.1 1.
Keystone, which placed 22" '
out of 24 boys' teams, also got
times of 22:07.19 from Johin
Portier, 22:15.87 from Tyler
Greenhaw and 23:51.40 from
Andy Rowe.
The Indians also had three
junior varsity boys compete:
Ely Dahiman (25:51.64),
Drake Newberg (28:40.67) and
Clayton Hill (29;36.23).

Continued from page lB

Flefbtdea Hi tried to power
its way back into the game
when play resumed in the
second half, but the Seminoles
found a Bradford defense that
would not comply. The
Seminoles turned the ball over
on downs at the Bradford 41.
givngthe offense a short field,
Moly took the first
handoff and made the field a
lot shorter. Following the lead
block of Williams around left
end, he shifted gears, cutting
up the left hash mark for a 44-
yard gain to the Florida High
17. Mosley's number was
called twice more for moving
the sticks for a first-and-goal at
the 8.
The Tornadoes lined up in
the Powver-I with Tramaine
Harris under center. (Tlhe
Wildcat has arrived in Tornado
Country.) After a fake to the
running back and bootleg left,
it was second down from the 4.
Mosley rushed to the I before
Adrian Mosley, on third down.
ran off left guard and-with
second effort-scored a
Bradford's defense had the
'Noles baffled-they cquidn't
go around, through or over
them. They tdid manage to
score a touchdown with 2:18
left in the game. A 30-yard
punt return by DJ. Jones set
the Seminoles up at the
Bradford 16. One play later,
Harvey hit Colin Anderson for
the score on a seam route,
making the last two minutes' of
the game interesting.
The ensuing onside kick was
covered by Bradford. The
Tornadoes scaled the win with
a rushing first down oy
Williams and a kneel-down at
the Florida Hiigh 38 in victory
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