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Union County times
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Bradley committee looks into escapes, fraudulent release orders
BY DAN -IILDEBRAN and Alachua counties. Sen. erroneously release convicted, using the scheme. On July 5, the validity of the order. However, Belvin Perry Jr., the fraudulent
Monitor Editor Charlie Dean, who represents murderer Charles B. Walker the department began verifying even though the document was order likely made its way into the
Union County, also serves on the from Franklin on October 8. orders that changed the release fraudulently created, it was filed clerk's system by an accomplice
The Florida Senate's committee. .Walker was later captured along date of any inmate with county .with the clerk's.office as if it were to the escape depositing it into a
--Appropriations Committee on According to documents with fellow escapee Joseph clerks around the state. legitimate. public access drop off box. Belvin
Crintinal Justice held a hearing submitted to the panel by the Jenkins on Oct. 19. According to documents Therefore 'when the clerk's has since ordered the closure of the
on Nov. '.7, b'ut the escapes Department of Corrections, an Department of "Corrections filed with Bradley's committee employee examined Walker's.case drop off box, forcing members of
of. two inmtes. from Franklin employee of the Orarige County Secretary Michael D! Crews by DOC, when the department file, the fraudulent release order the.public to now personally hand
Correctional Institution who used Clerk of Court verified the said he firsi heard of the risk received the early release order for was in the packet, and the deputy over clerk filings to a deputy clerk.
fraudulent court orders to walk authenticity of release papers that .of fraudulent release orders Walker, a document that was later, clerk mistakenly concluded the After the escapes of Walker
out of prison. The committee were later found to.be fraudulent. when Michael Ramage, FDLE's foundto befraudulent,a 4DOCstaff ,.document was authentic. and Jenkins became known,
is chaired by.Sen. Rob Bradley Those papers directed the general counsel sert him an' member called the Orange County Based on statements by Ninth
who represents Clay, Bradford Department of Corrections to email about attempts by inmates Clerk of Court's office to verify Judicial Circuit Chief Judge eeBRADLEY, 5A

Super. noses

meet little noses
UCI's: K-9 Team participated in.Career Day.!
at HopFe Christian Academy on. Oct..31

ed to a call for community ser- derl person. They respond at all
BBB vice at Hope Christian Acade- hours of the day or night week
S' moy's Career Day on Oct.31. ys orweekends..
nMo~re thani320 children, school Klein was accompani t
UC celebrates with special ceemony, parade ges prekindegarten through Hope by canine officers Steven
', E ^ C, twelfth grade, golt the chance Vickery, Daniel McGinley and
to get up close to the three su- Alfred Box. Three of the institu-
Oper noses while-they listened to tion's nineracking dogs visited
Sgt. Daniel Kleintalk about how with the children-. Rxy, Buock-
S bloodhounds track a person and sshot nd Zoe Jane: The three
about the job csanine officers dogs represent various stages of
have to do. training. Roxy is fully trained and
SDid you know that every hu- the star of UCi's K-9 Team:Zoe
Sman being sheds thousands of Jane is three moriths id and still
skin cells every single day and in the earliest stage of training.
it is those skin cells the dogs are Buckshot is nine mon ths old and
tracking? Their super noses can on his' way to being "finished."
identify the skin cells of apartic- Even when a:dog is considered
ular person- from the'skin cells. "finished" he or she continues to
of every other person whether train every day to keep their skill'
those cells wire shed eight nin- levels up and the' canine offi-
utes ago or eight hours ago. cers train every day as well.
VOnce the dog. has established Klein told the children that the
a track, the canine officer runs dogs are nottrained.to apprehend
behind the dog at the;end of a suspects, they are trained to track
30-foot leash, carrying the weap- people. The ogs dogs do'not bite and
ons and equipment. A DOC ca- hold, they sniff aid trail. This
nine officer has to be ready:for miade them ideal for visiting with
everything from a disgruntled the children, who. loved petting
: Atannuapoisonous snake to an armedand the affectionate bloodhounds.
TOP: At the annual VeteransDay Ceremonyin Lake Butler, Bill McGi dsperatefelon. Hope Christian Acadey
Srecognited Union CoUnty vets who have passed away. Seated is William As he runs, the canine officer teachers said the children consid-
Flscher, VFW sen!or vice. ABOVE: W.W. Busby, William A. Clement, guest watches his surrtundings, but er the visit by the UCI K-9 Team
speaker First Sergeant (Retired) Michael Nemesh and his granddaLghter also has toh watsch the .ndg"'i as oneof the, highlights of the
;Cadet Captain Chelsea Kaser, who introduced Nemesh. Busby helped ing is agame to them Sgt. Klein annua Career Day. The staff and
T" annual Creer Day. The Staff and
Barbara's Flowers make tbe Purple Heart wreath they provided. RIGHT: Mitch told the kids. "This is fun: This is children 'thanked the UCI K9
Cribbsis one of many ROTC members who arm also in the Spirit of Union what they live for and they. will Team for their participation.
:Courity Tiger Marching Band, which performed patriotic music before the run until they collapse if We don't
ceremony. BELOW: The ba'ndand Tigerettes marched in the parade afterward keep a close eye on them."
.Klein said when the canine of- TOP: James Martin pets
Sficer sees signs of fatigue in his UCls premier tracker,
dog, that dog is taken offthe.traik Roxy, whls e Officer Steven
and another dog is put on it, That Vickery assists.
is why the team always responds'
with a minimum of two dogs.. BELOW: Buckshot shares a
Klein said UCI's K-9 Team little lovewith Vickery while
works with 11 different law en- Sgt Daniel Klein assists
forcement agencies in nine coun- with securing the harness.

DEADLINE MONDAY 5 P.M. BEFORE PUBLICATION PHONE 386-496-2261 FAX 386-496-2858 1111111

2A U'NION COUNTY Ti rIES T nURSDAY, Nov. i4, 2i13


NOTING Lake Butler Elementary School "Perfect A" Honor Roll First Grade
t -r: 1- "RIGHT: (Top row, I-r) Yasmin ._ .
uazNovembe Is lGivens, Rylan Jackson,
November Is Am ican Trenton Klein, Jeremiak
Diabetes Month McKenzie, Tifton Roseke,
Narly 26 million children Gabe Tallman and Maggie
and adults in the U.S. have Wade. (Front row, I-r) Lance
diabetes. Another 79 :million Seay, Jenna Blelling, Shyla
have prediabetes and are at risk Crowe, Devin Diggs, Zoe
for developing type 2diabetes. Elixson, Brooke Goldie,
The Union County Health Patrick Maxwell, Morgan
Department has a diabetes Rogers, Alexia Sapp,
Sprogram available to all Chainberlin Watts and Ava
residents, which includes Westmoreland. Not pictured
nutritional counseling,physical s Landon Biddix.
activity promotion, access
to medications and s pplies, LOWER RIGHT: (Top row,
Sbehavioral health services and -r) Krista Tanner, Rani
agressive case management Bell, Lex M'Sadoques, Call
tat is integrated with. each McMahan, Kaylee Romero,
Spatients' ovemrll clinical car. Connor Williams, Sonya
Go by there today for a Gutlerrez, Desiree Thomas
diabetes screening. and Joseph Harris. (Front
The health department is row, l-r) Landon Barrett,
located at 495- E. Main SL Racheal Bloodsworth, Dillon
(S.R. 100) in Lake Butler. For Duenas, Blayne Hendricks,
more info, call 38-496-3211. Eli Hendricks, Gabe Castlen,
:;--::::: :- i:i:ii: i .28 is AeeJAmericus Rocha, Jolena ,
Bradford Fair goat- Rogers and Destiny Thomas.
show announced Not pictured is Heaven Scott.
Attention all 4-H and FFA
members: The ,Bradford Fair
goatshow will beSaturdy, LBES A/B
March 8at 4 Honorm. The shRoll
wil include pygmies, dairy Honor Roll
a Kindergarten k
The first meeting will be Kdegrn
ientatn Tayla Archer, Kimberlynh
18, at 6 p. eat the Bdford Beasley, Payton Cothrai, Dawson
S. Griffis, Peyton Kilgore, Jaden
Meetings will be the td Limberis, Ariyana Parker, Kelley
M o e Rollins, Shauna Shilts, Bryan
Deline to rgiter is e Dec. Tyson, Donald West, Ny'Keria
6 meeting at 6 p Mack, Jaiden Leet, Brayden Hurst, .
The 2014 show will have Lexi Crews, Andra' Jones, Jacob
months, 8-15 months, and 16 Lukatz;JiyahPalmer,KonnerPerez, Second Grade our Locitions:
Se Amber Robinson, Jordyn Crews, Carenna Alexander, Preston2469 est SR 100 SW Basom Noris
SKarli Tanner, Derrien Williams, Bonsall, Brycen Boney, Jordan A Lake Butler, FL32054 Ste. 106 Lake City, FL 32025
hae to the nt Preston Griffin, Brenden Mincks, Seay, Elizabeth Guadagnoli, Kyre s36-4 999 800833-0499
difere cas o Madison Petrovich, Caeden Ray, Jordan-McCoy, Calista Law, w w.SwiftCr.eekReat .et
New in 2014 w beas Chloiearris, Jack Johns, Vanessa Aliyah Smith, Thalia Shilts, Jimmy
Raymond, Justice Rocha, Wayne Cox, Hannah Montemurro, Kiran
shn only in 2 bt this Toms, Aiden Wilkinson, Destiny Crawford, Sydney Taylor, Kanten
Swill set the stage Alexander, Sierra Mohi, Hunter Touchstone, Wyatt Chapman,
S Arthur, Kaydence Lugenbeel, Riggs Davis, Bryce Sanders,Janiah
SAyden Williams, Skylah: Smith, Albritton, Brooklyn Bingham;
oppouities to show their and J.R. Beach. Logan Hires, Tom Jenkins, Amber Aen R
Clayton Poppell, Micah Jordan, *
SFirst Grade Harley Seay, -Blaine Williams, ,
Daziyah Bartley, Alec French, Nate Rogers; Jordan Ditullio, John -
StheMiranda Hedrick, Andrew Mohl, Forsgren, Mary Grace Crawford,
For more iforma Ansleigh Worrell, Brian Cliffin, Chevy Doughman, Bradin Goff,
contact show superintendents Kileigh" Hall, "-Harley Jordan, Natalie "Heaitbn, Motghan Lane,:
Dianne West" a Austin Ray, Carrie Regar, Taylor Hunter Merritt,. Levi Vickers,
7 Bobbie Seay, Ashlyn Benefield, Nemecio Aiden Bell, Elijah Griffis, Breonna
04-6-5732, Chavarria,. Anthony .Holmes, Hunt, Johnte' Nichols, Dolton AUTIFUL BLOCK HQME BRICK HO n 8+ A
Jonathori Kirsten,Caitlyn Schirmei, arrish, Jordan Peteso, Gergia n the City of Lake
Emily Whitehead, Diamond Rizer, Kaylee Thompson, Alayna $1
M Woodard, Joseph Andrews, Catlyn Watkins, Emilee Benton, Jeremiah
Farmer, Justin Kerschner, Kylie Denmark, Michelle Lacey, Alyssa I
SN#Britt, -yacinth Nielsen, Ethan Monhett, Makayla Nelson, Ayden
Insuce Needs f Seior Hall, Kaitlin Mann, Leah Miller, Proffitt, Emily .Regar, Isaiah "
l pesent"Medica 101"at Katrina Wright, Dalton Hanna, Thomas, Rhyan Thonias,, and
Lake Butler Senior Ce Austin Murphy, Scarlet Stroud, Drake-Weston.
n Thursday, Nov14,from Addisyn Worrell, Addison Wright, P H
m. to noon he center Allen Carlisle, Jesse Chaikin, Case Third Grade Tentative Five-Year Work Program
Elixson, Mia Odum, John Ryder, Major Gaffney, ILachen
LakeBuer. Surie -:Sharp, Barron Walden, Hernandez, Jayce Puni, Americus Florida Department of Transportation
r mo info, visit Eli Moppert, Naion Pellechio, Schaefer, Charity Thompson, District Two
shiand Colin Thomas, Jasper White, Hope Andrews, Kennedy Dang, Fiscal Years 2014/2015--2018/2019
SKaitlyn Parrish, Kutter Durrance, Jayda Hendrieth, Perry Johnson,
Jalisia McMillian, Ava Walker, Sierra Cheyenne O'Steen, Caleb
esh fa produce for Jake Walker, Preston Cranford, Ripplinger, Cole Huntley, Joshua The Florida Departmentof Transportation (FqOT) will conduct a public workshop and hearing
No 14 Dyshawn Dawsey, Raylyn Gunter,. Agner, Sahara Canada,. Keirsten pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c),- Florida Statutes, to consider the Department's (District Two
Jesse Harden, Kole Kennington, Hardcastle, Matt Hedrick, Michael and Florida's Turnpike .Enterprise) Tentative Five-Year Work Program for .Fiscal Years
The-------nc- i vr.Skyler Moates, Hayley Sherrod, Mohl, Dylan Raish, Aaliyah 2014/2015 through 2018/2019, and to consider the necessity of making any changes to the Work.
ditribt f fll r Carli Trent, Seth Cox,. Kevin Sellers, lHaylee' Tanner, Jonithan Program. All persons are invited to attend and be heard.
Crawford, Tyson Woodland, and Watson, Emilee Webber, Kendel Thursday, December 5 2013-2 p.m.to 6 p.m,
Teagan Terrell. Forsyth, Macy Malphurs, eDrew FDOT District Two Office--Madison Room
"9 SM IT t e& S BONS 1109 S. Marion Avenue, Lake City, FL
SanMheicnt a e,,-.- 'aThis meeting will be conducted as an open house. There will not be a formal presentation of
4thSinleBull lFEED AND S-. ED the Tentative Five-Year Work Program. Department staffwill be on hand to answer questions
h s hok i wl or concerns for the following counties:
WINTER RYE c Alachua Gilchrist Madison
SI Wb I Ytra,. -Bradford Hamilton Suwannee
5e GR SS Columbia Lafayette Taylor
Aannot liseTe te ppleCOrE' NOW AVAILABLE Peag Dixie Levy Union
Form oen i c Located in Providence Monday, December 9, 2013--5:30 p.m.
=86a-496-2342. t1 in Povener FDOT District Two Urban Office-Training Facility
( 2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, FL
This meeting will serve as the official public hearing. WThere will be a formal presentation of the b h
?A 10io ( 0ountp 1 1tm e Tentative Five-Year Work Program. Department staff will be on hand to answer questions or .
concerns for the following counties:
S- USPS 648-200 Baker Clay
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage Putnam Nassau
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879. St. Johns Duval
"~ aj POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin,
UNION CO N TY TIMES disability or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans
Swith- Disabilities Act of persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054 Bill Henderson at (800) 749-2967 ext. '7873 at least 7 days before the hearing.
ot(386) 496-2261 Written comments will be receivedby the Department at the workshop or hearing apd until
John M. ,Miller, Publisher -December 31, 2013. Comments should be addressed to:
SubscriptionRate in Trad Area Mr. Greg Evans, FDOT District Two Secretary
pRate in Trade Area Editor: Vincent Alek Birown 1109 S. Marion Avenue, Mail Station 2000
$39,00 p~r year. Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
$20.00 six months Advertising: Kevin Miller Lake City, FL 32025-5874
Darlene Douglass (800) 749-2967 ext. 7800
Outside Trade Area: Typesetting: Eileen Gilmore Greg.Evans@dot.state.fl.us
$39.00 per year: Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray -
Sper yean 'Classified Adv. oMary Johnson FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPbRTATION
$20,00 six months Bookkeeping: Joan Stewart-Jones F



(Top row, I-r) Braden Adams, Darby Andrews, Layla Barber, Eliza Cabral, Callie Combs, (Top row, I-r) Nolan Beighley, Dallen Cox, Harrison Cunningham, Owen Johnson and
Emily Higginbotham; Ya'Kayla Jenkins and Landen Miller. (Front row, I-r) Ashton Garrison Ritch. (Front row, I-r) Michael-Ann Smith, Jameson Tetstone, Campbell Webb,
Newsom,.Leah Norcross, Nadia Norman and Mack Smith. and Carter Whitehead. Not pictured is Kamryn Southerland.


(Top row, I-r) Landan Boyette, Leah Brannen, Seth Chestnut, Anabelle Dugard and Wyatt (Top row, I-r) McKenzie Flick, Jelissa Garcia, Bryce Hunt, Cailynn Mattox and Kane
Keen. (Front row, I-r) Savannah Miller, Bo Wilson, Camilla Carter and Aubrie Muse. Middleton. (Front row, I-r) Karsen Middleton, Taleya Smith, Nathan White and Libbie Brant.

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(Top row, I-r) Curtis Austin, Haiden Barringer, Jalynn Brown, Karen Compton and (Top row, I-r) Lucas Forsgren, Kaylie Hendricks, Reece Hendricks, Emmalee
Jaylynn Moates. (Front row; 1-r) Jolene Moore, Mikayla Schenk, Branden Smith, Alexia Hollingsworth and Alexander Johnson. (Front row, -r) Jacob McBride, Taylor Smith,
Staffieii and Yalorie Wilds. Maddox Wheeler and Krista Young. Not pictured is Kailyn Thompson.

"I: . S.. :M ...... --i6. Manning, Jordan Sanderson, Henderson, ,*-Aringtoni-u Hieks ,:'Davis' .rn Durain, Nidti6le
....i 'da:minis tr Waylen Tetstone, Tamia:-Young, Nyasia- 4WHiliams',-,-olin -:Barrett, .Manrmn,. Brianna Reilly, Tommy
Ben Cabral, Bailey Handley, Keaton Holmes, Emma Jeffers, Robinson, Markus Strong, Ryley
Matthew Laux, Dylan Lovelace, Chelsea Keen, Hailey Maloney, Suggs, Hailey Thornton, Hayley
Karly Ann Raulerson, Karly Isabella Manucy, Adam Norcross, Burke, lan Halfacre, Cody Harris,
Shatto, Emily Wilson, Daniel Auntrell Ross, Brandon Brown, Layne Moore, Jesse Parker, Kasey
STA- IMPACT OF Woods, Caleb Zapp, Carson Alexis Cox, India George, Josilyn Schaffer, Daniel Shuler, Catalina
Boyette, Therren Cooper, Johniya Jenkins, A'Nieca Robins, Jaycee Sweat, and Terrell Weeks.
Hunter Croft, Hayden Davis,
"There's Nothing Like North Florida Land" Lily French, DeAuntre Green,
Residential & Land Sales/Brokerage Evan Hall, Will Harden, Ashli'
': .. " "_ ~BP Accredited Luxury Home Specialist! Boatright, Candace Clifton,
Union County Tax Year 20 1 3 Cayden Cutford, Dylan
SI T Decueber, Triston Foster, Akira
- ".. .. QUISITELA.NDREALTY Jonas, Tracy Medina, Violet
Members of the Board Romero, Katelyn Starling,
e f p t Alfred Thomas, George
orable M. Wayne Smith Board of County Commissioners, District No 4 Thomas, Natalie Waters,
tT n .B o Alauna Brown, Jessica Hall,

Ctizen Member Sa Perez Business owner within the school district This 1800 Sq. Ft. Gambel, Sierra Garland, Alaurie
Home has itALLI McClellon, Peter Merola, Myles
dtizen lember EleryGriffis I I Homestead property owner, Cribbs, Tahj Merriex, Kimmie
3BD/2BA* Sitting on Palmer, Jackson Perkins, Tori
The Value Adjustment Board (VAB) meets each yearto hear petitions and make decisions relating 5.85 Acres Polbos, Kinley Smith, Hannah
tproperty tax assessments, exemptions, classifications, and tax deferrals. ll Redy tOMoeI Lake /in Warren, Cyndie Pounders,
Summ ofYear's Ation Maxwell, Lanie Sargent,
.i -um mr Y ofear'asm Acetions, ......... __Plenty ofroom to stretch out!! This 1800 sq ft double wide has it all! NEW Reghan Dukes, Hailey
,Number of Parcels I Reduction in Shift in Metal Roof, NEW A/C, 2 NEW decks, NEW Granite Countertops in Kitchen, Fishburn, Morgan Hodges,
,-. NEW Flooring in common areas & bedrooms; NEW Stainless Steel Appliances, Nathan Humphreys, Lucas
oe of Property Exemptions Assessmets Both County Taxable Value Taxes NEW Lighting Fixtures, Double-sided Fireplace and additional room that can Johns, Lorina Kelley, Makayla
-serve as an extra Bedroom/Nursery or Office. Horses Allowed. McKenzie, Tenli Parrish, James
S' Graned Requesed Reduced Requested' Due to Board Actions Due to BoardActions IfYOU need tO Alford, Abigayle Andrews,
Garrett Courson, ,Brooklyn
Residential 9 9 $ Os ..o.o. 0o00o Buy or SellRealEstate... Crews, lan Culbreath, Hailie
C.mmercial "- I i .. .... .... CrlL TODA Dalton, Haleigh Doughman,
Tatiyana Holmes, Benjam4in
Idustrial and Donn W .Land Myers, Cadey Raulerson- :
scellaneous D nna W. Land Phelps, Wesley Richardson,
cualtural 0 i o" Broker AliSa Ridgeway, Ariana Watts,
classified use Taylor Batson, Jace Bieling,
._ ... --....... (386) I23 -529 Trevor Holtzendorf, William
n-hwater recharge ._ 5 $ Email: exquisiteland@cox.net Mello, and Zachary Romrell.
Hstoric commercial "
o0 nonprofit $
4 s4 a 4i Ru s
tsand 4 9Is $ $ 44 4*'I 4

l values shOuld be county taxable values. School and other taxing authority values may differ., A at La
liclude transfer of assessment difference (portability) requests. A ttorn e a t Law

ft you have a question about these actions, contact the Chair or the Clerk of the Value Adjustment Board. 275 West Main Street, L.ke Butler, FL 32054
. .(Suwannee Medical Building)
ars name Jimmy Tallman Phone 3864964241 386-4969656 12 Year's Experience Admitted to Staterand Federal Bar (Mand S. Dist.)
(Toprow, n ) C Aus Haie Brnger Bon K C to Probate r Family u Deeds a Wlls i Adoption e Litigation Corporate



NOTING Gamers test skills at library
A crowd of about 45 gamers games. and explored the free,
Mustache Bash at met upat the Union County Public open game floor. Teams waiting
Library on a Saturday afterpoon for their turn in the tournament
library, Nov. 16 to test their skills against each also participated in the open
The Union County Public other in two tournaments. The game floor to pass the time in
Libraly's Junior Friends smaller tournament, HALO 4. between matches.
of the Library will host consisted of five different teams Attheendoftheeventthevictors
a "Mustache Bash" on of two to four players. The main were named. On top of winning
Saturday, Nov. 16, from 5 tournament, Call of Duty: Black bragging rights. first and second.
to 7 p.m. Teens and tweens. Ops II, began with ten teams of place winners of the tournaments
11 years old and up, are two players each. %won cash and other miscellaneous
welcome to.come. Entry is Others not wanting to prizes, including limited edition,
free. There will be free food, participate in the tournament autographed comic books. Third
games, prizes and lots and that was held on Oct. 19 enjoyed, and fourth place teams won a bag
lots of mustaches. video games as well as board full of goodies. HALO 4 winners, 1st place: PHP Kyle Lamb, Cody Mills, Chad Bulard, Tyler Glendining.
Celebrate Farm-City Tw
Week at theal, Nov. 25
.Each year during the
week before Thanksgiving Johnston Baptist in LB on Sunday, Nov. 24, at' I a.m. C m munity pumpkin spice cake, dinner rolls yellow cake mix, 300dinner rolls
agricultural producers hosting presentation and 6 p.m. Admission is free and and sweet or unsweetened tea. (not brown-and-serve), 48 one-
join with urban residents n dinosaurs, Nov. 17 youth groups are welcome. Thanksgiving Donations needed for the dinner gallon tea bags, 20 bags of sugar,
to celebrate their mutual The church is located at 16045 include: 15 large cans of green three dozen eggs and 30 large
relationships. Farm-City Johnston Baptist Church SE 71st Trail, Lake Butler. For dinner set beans, eight large cans of sweet aluminum serving pans.
Week, Nov. 18-24, is a in Lake Butler is hosting a more information,, call Pastor potatoes, six large cans of sliced For more information on
national observance and also presentation on dinosaurs on Adam Page at 386-365-6968. Christ Central Lake Butler apples, 30 boxes of Stove Top donations or the community
emphasizes the importance Sunday, Nov. 17, at 11 a.m. will host a Thanksgiving dinner stuffing, 20 boxes of low sodium dinner, call Pastor Adam Page-at
of domestic agricultural The church is located at Santa Fe Mennonite Sunday, Nov. 24, at the Lake chicken broth 32oz (sold at the 386 365-6968.
production for our quaity of 11859 N.E. S.R. 121. For more inites all to ice Butler Community Center dollar store), eight large boxes
production for ourqualityo from 21 1 t 4' p6m. Meals wl oM NH IN sthat p oate si canen ed
life as well as the availability information, call Pastor Tim from 2 to 4 p.m. Meals will of instant potatoes, six canned
of a safe, abundant domestic Ellison at 386-496-2772. Santa Fe Mennonite Church be provided for community cream of chicken soup, eight
food supply. welcomes all to attend service on members who are less fortunate boxes of Duncan Hines classic
'The 'lUnion o County Christ Central LB Sundays at 9:30 a.m. and the first and may otherwise not have a
Ministerial Association and hosting dde James and third Sunday of each month meal this Thanksgiving holiday.
the Union County Farm s at 6 p.m. The menu will include Peace with God
Bureauin:coiaboratonith Ministries, Nov. 24 The, church is located at turkey and ham, green beans
'the Union County Extension Christ Central Lake Butler is 4555 S.W. 107th Ave. For more sweet potato casserole, mashed In Romans 5:1, peace with ,God is said to be one of the
Office will: culmiiate that hosting two "powerful" services information, call 386-984-0938 potatoes, gravy, dressing, results of being justified by faith. When we examine the
celebration with the annual ; featuring Eddie James Ministries or 352-339-2249. cranberry sauce, apple crisp, concept of having "peace with God," we notice that at one time
dinner bn Monday, Nov.. we were not at peace with God. At one time we were "alienated
25, at 6 p.m., at the Lake and enemies in your mind by wicked works" (Colossians 1:21).
SBtler Community Center. A Jesus made reconciliation with God possible. While Jesus
This isl an opportunity a U established a way for ts to have peace with God,-we must access
for the community to get UCT Legals 11/14/13 4106 S.W. 96th Drive ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN that peace by faith in God that acts upon what He says (Romans
together and celebrate thi Gainesville, FL 32608 THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN 5:1). A faith that fails to obey is dead and will not bring about
foth The Suwannee River Economic Box 311 UTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. peace with God (James 2:17, 20, 24). Peace with Godinvolves
for your family and three Council, Inc. Board of Directors will Lake Butler, FL 32054 NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME things such as freedom from the burdenr of guilt caused by sin,
more people., Meet will be hold a meeting of the Board of Direc- 11/14 2tchg 11/21-UCT PERIODS SE-FORTH ABOVE, ANY
providedi.. tors on Monday, December 2, 2013, CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR knowing one is acceptable to God, and no longer dreading the
6:00 P.M. at the Suwannee River LEGAL NOTICE MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE comin Jdgment, but longing for that day. youhae peace
A program will follow the Economic Council, Inc., Senior Cen- The Department of Environmental OF DEATH IS BARRED.
meal. ter located at 1171 Nobles Ferry Rd Protection gives Notice of its Intent The date of first publication of this no- with God because your sins have been washed away (Acts
i All areinvited to attend NW in Live Oak, Florida. to grant a variance' pursuant to sec- tice is November 14, 2013. 22:16)?
11/14 Itchg-UCT tion .403.201, Florida Statutes (FS.), Personal Representative; Merolan
to the New River Solid Waste As- Holley, 321 NE 2nd Street, Lake But- Danville Church of Christ
Christmas paradle IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR sociation. This variance .will allow ler, FL 32054,F
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA the Association to use whole waste Attorney for Personal Representative; 8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
appcation availablPROBATE DIVISION tires to construct geoconduits within Nathan Hall, fb#93757, 817 MacMa- E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com
for download FILE NUMBER: 63 2013 CP 0025 the New River Regional Landfill. A hon Street, Starke, Florida 32091.
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R AY "Please contact .the clerk of impossible. cunning and idea processes of cashing the checks of a Largo' the Pinellas .County jail may
SD court should you require any The DOC secretary and Dean, people that are in jail for being man and other victims. Officials not have been the first time he
Continued from 1A additional information:' he a former Citrus County Sheriff, bad people, from thinking bad caught Nashaddai less than 24 walked out of custody using
wrote. made the comments in response fthings and learning and to being hours after the escape. One year forged papers.
corrections officials began Broward County Circuit Judge to the committee's Vice Chair able to use that ability to beat later, a judge sentenced him to A Tampa television station
bypassin clerks in its verification Paul. Backman had an even Arthenia L. Joyner and member 'the system. It's just not going 20 years for the scheme, and the reported that in telephone call
process, and started contacting stronger response to a request Anitere Flores. to happen. We always have tobe Department of Corrections sent recordings between Nashaddai
judges directly. by DOC to verify his order "I want to make sure we one step ahead." him to Franklin Correctional' and his wife prior to the 2009
SHowever, according to that changed the release date of put a process in place to make Crews added to Dean's last Institution. escape, the inmate indicated he
documents released by DOC, inmate.Dwayne Luke. sure that this does not happen point. Bailey said that once at. had fooled jail personnel before.
some judges have chaffed against "Being that the Department again" Joyner told State Courts "I do think it's important to Franklin, Nashaddai, and later In one call 'the inmate was
the new procedure. of" Corrections is part of Administrator Lisa Goodnerof .mention, both to Sen. Flores additional inmates, taught trying to convince his wife to
On Oct. 31, the department the. Executive Branch' of escapes based on forged court and Vice Chair Joyner about other prisoners how to create deliver papers to him in jail and
asked Pinellas. County. Circuit Government,".he wrote, "yourjob documents. foolproofing this100 percent" he fraudulent release orders. was recorded trying to overcome
Judge Keith Meyer to verify his is to follow the sentencing orders "My concern is, how secure said.. "I would like to say that we "There was a gropp, a gang, her misgivings about his escape
order that changed the release imposed, not to question them." is secure?"' asked Flores about could do that. But we all know inside the walls that were plan.
date of inmate Rijos Kilbert. an e-filing system the state is that with the 101,000 inmates we planning and teaching this "How many times you think
Meyer wrote that the order Officials say escape-proof developing that should lower the have out there right now, if they device, this fraudulent activity' I have done th'is?" he said
was authentic and added. ,that' prison not possible risk of future escapes based on are not already scamming for Bailey said. according. to WFLA. "There's
he did not want to hear from fake court orders. "I think our the next fix,they will be shortly. In 2010, Gulf Correctional not one time I have done this,
the, Department of Corrections Crews and Dean said building mutual goal here is: what do we Many of them are in prison for' inmate Alex Fernandez I've done this several times."
again, an escape-proof system is do to make secure mean 100 doing exactly what we are here attempted an escape using a'fake The station 'said Nashaddai
percent secure." talking about today, which is court order. However a DOC was also recorded talking to a
Dean said that because creating fraudulent documents, staff member uncovered the friend about delivering papers
Florida's court system is many of them involving tens of fraud by determining the alleged for him and that he later called'
divided into 20 judicial circuits, millions of dollars." order had been signed by a dead the Pinellas County. Clerk of
differences in ) the procedures judge. Court's Office impersonating
Ss among the jurisdictions increase FDLE: Pinellas County In 201.1, Nashaddai tried to a staff member of the State
the. risk that. inmates can inmate taught prisoners break out of Franklin using a Attorney's Office.
the l a manipulate the system. how to forge documents fake court order.but a Pinellas An Assistant State Attorney
-"As long as we have the County Jail official alerted DOC told the Tampa Bay Times
lik a lc l. diversity we have in the State According to the director of to the ruse. there is evidence that indicates
of Florida by judicial circuits, the Florida Departmentof Law In November, 2012 DOC Nashaddia used the same
that is going to be within itself... enforcement, a Pinellas E-ounty receivedanaapparentforderrftrom) stethniquec, to14walk out of the
S, .. -. y .. criti6al: in terms of, it could man whoescaped froinalocalj ail the Oringe"'Cluity C4ik"iof Gainesvilfe-- Correctional
haplen again," he said. in 2009. taught other prisoners at Court that changed the sentence Institution two years prior to his
Stopby hy office for a free insurance Dean dded tha officials Franklin Correctional Institution of Franklin Correctional escape in Pinellas County.
quote to find out how Allstate can help should never conclude they how to create forged courtorders. inmate Jeffery Forbes from Bruce Bartlett told- the
protect you. have a foolproof system because Gerald Bailey told the life to 88 months. Based on. newspaper that in 2007
inmates are constantly thinking dommittee; that Nydeed the order, DOC determined a Nashaddia pleaded guilty tb
up new schemes to exploit it. Nashaddai walked out of the release date for Forbes. of Oct. burglary and forged check
"I speak from a person that has Pinellas County lockup in 2009 11, 2016. However, in 2013, a:. charges and was. sentenced to'
managed a jail facility and I have after creating a false release member of the public viewing 'five years..' However he walked
.been in a lot of them' he said. order and forging-the signature the department's website alerted out of the Gainesville facility
"The bottom line is you never, of a judge. Nashaddai was in DOC that the order might not be just.nine months later.
never, ever, will shut down the jail for stealing and fraudulently authentic. After an investigation, Bartlett said the order that
Forbes," life sentence was re- facilitated Nashaddai's release
Dawn Corbett lasurance Agency entered into the DOC system and contained a: phrase that looked
964-7707 he was never released. suspicious to him and other
On Sept. 27, 2013 Joseph investigators. The 'phrase
With the classifieds, you can Jenkins was released. from reads, "An additional downward
reach thousands of prospective' Franklin based on a fraudulent departure to 16 months Florida
116 N. Walnut St St Starke, FL customers every day! court order. On Oct. 8 Charles. Department of Corrections ..."
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Fourth graders in Debbie McMillan's
class at Lake Butler Elementary School
recently began collecting and assembling
bags of gbodies for those serving overseas.
The collection of 17 care packages
containing items such as flavored drink
mixes and hard candies were shipped out
to the 601st Aviation Support Battalion in
honor of Billy Palmeri.
Palmeri, a 22-year-old man who enlisted
four years ago, was recently deployed to
Afghanistan in August for the very first time.
The small act of kindness came in part-due
to the fact that his cousin, Kimberly Palmer,
is one of McMillan's students this year.
"The kids really enjoyed hearing about
Palmer's cousin." said McMillan. "Our class
talked about how difficult it is for any service
member to be away from all they know to Students in Debbie McMillan's fourth grade class at LBES proudly display the goodie bags
protect America and how maybe a letter from they packed for soldiers serving overseas in Afghanistan. (Back row, I-r) Myles Cribbs,
us might bring a smile to someone's face." Matthew Compton, Mahailya Reeves, Victoria Polbos, I'me Williams, John Dekle, Nicholas
As if the care packages were not rewarding Stitt and McMillan. (Front row, I-r) Quinn Robertson-Raulerson, Megan Parrish, Shellee
enough, Palmeri was just -promoted to Lockwood, Jessica Brooks, Kinley Smith, Logan Richards, JamlelThomas, Jackson
sergeant during the first week of November, Perkins, Tyreshia Archer, Hannah Warren, Tah Merriex, and Ashton Mott. Kneeling in front
U.S. Army Sergeant Billy Palmari according to his aunit, Vicki Palmer. is Palmeri's cousin, Kimmie Palmer. Not pictured is Ja'ckyria White and Kaiden Croft.

DOC wants-to reopen New River
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Corrections is asking the Florida September of 2015 we would
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reopen New River Correctional we have in reserve. There would i
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in addition to New River, the waiting wouldbe nedded." White Easy
department wants to reopen DOC .Secretary Michael D. Peel Laser
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Oct. 26 car show raises
Chris Lang a *
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9 us $700-plus for Relay for Life
of Show at the
annual car show The Downtown Girls Relay
hosted by the --for Life team held its third annual
Downtown Girls car and truck show-featuring
Relay for Life more than 30 vehicles and 10
team. vendors-on Oct. 26 at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds.
The event raised more than
$700 to help in the fight against
Show organizer Mitchell
Gunter said he was happy with the
turnout, especially considering
the event was competing against
a few larger car shows in North
Gunter said he is glad he isn't
a show judge because the event
has so many great vehicles every
year. Chris Conover, Emmitt
Craig Jr. and Justin Lazzaro
stepped up and did the judging Pat Farmer Sr. and his Kids Choice award-winning '34
this year, and Gunter said they Ford Coupe.
did i presented to: Lisa Eberhardt Martin (Best Interior, 1966
The Best of Show award (Best Custom, 1967 GT 500 Mustang), Mike Cockrell (Best
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Eagles soar to champipnship heights

Academy, M lsti
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Pictured are:' Spri e to Mr. and Mrs. Dustin and Cherie Boone
(front, I-r) Savannah Ennis, Elise Falstreaux(co-captain), Jade Baker(captain), Macey wed Nov. 16
Hardee, Kayla Moss, (back, I-r) Kaylee Leshuk, Kyla Lawrence, coach Sharon Moody, Dustin Cherie Be wed
Lexie Etheridge and Ashlyn Pilcher. Jay and Vickie Eaves of Dus tin Cherie Boone wed
Lawtey, Rebecca Bryan of Sept. 1 am p Blandin
SKeystone and Bill and Mary S t at CaBlan
Bryan of Jacksonville announce
the approaching marriage of Dustin and Cherie Boone High School. The groom is
Leanna Nicole Eaves and Eric married on Sept. 14, 2013, in an currently employed withThermd
Leigh Spriggle on Saturday, Nov. "evening lakeside ceremony at King in Jacksonville.
....... es 616, 2013. Camp Blanding in Starke. A reception followed at
invitations have been sent. Both are graduates of Bradford Cooper Hall.

Nov. 16 Warren. system in the Bradford High
You may also contact Warren School auditorium on Monday,
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W ith a C p chorus, as well as 2013 Bradford.
Free concert Fest Talent Showdown winners
TheRJE Center in Starke Sondra Hunt and Shelby Clark.
will host "Mega Clash" Coastal highlights Modern dancewill and pian
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Saturday, Nov. 16, with gate dedication of featured by Santa Fe College fin
proceeds benefiting the Starke arts students and faculty.
The Northsde Chritian Academy rsity volleyball team won theSouth Eastern Police Department's anual BHS sound Sparked by the effortsof th
TShop With a Cop program. or Bradford Coupty EducationI
Christian'Conference championship for the second year in a row, defeating Tickets are $6. Doors open at System Foundation, $39,000 was raised
Brunswick 2-0 (25-14, 25-10), Emmanuel 2-0 (25-19,25-15) and Old Plank 2-1 (25-22, 6, with the event starting at 6:30. for purchasing the new sound
23-25, 25-18) before taking on Errimanuel again in the championship match, winning Several musical and dance system, with various groups and
S2- (25-20, 25-12, 15-12). Shaina Hill and Shelby Parrish each had 18 digs in the Shop With a Cop allows performances will highlight the individuals contributing to thi
tournament, while Hill added 17 kills and 17 service aces. Nicole Gordon had 142 children in need-as identified dedication, of the new sound cause.
assists, while Ashlyn Pilcher had 10 blocks. Gordon and Hill were named to the all-
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Shelby Parrish, (back, I-r) coach Alicia Etheridge, coach Glenda Parrish, Cheynne $100 shoppingispree at Walmart
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Preserving the past, facing the future of U.S. 301
Editor's note: This is the final elus301. com. which is devoted postcards and photos Cara has elers per November day this
part of an eight-part series, to just that-U.S. 301 in South seen-seven albums in all- year.or about 7.5 million north- Bob Cara
Carolina. Georgia and North which he keeps on his Facebook bound and southbound motorists (pictured near
BY JAMES WILLIAMS Florida. Eyeing retirement. Cara page. (Interested readers can per year. However. 1989 num- the U.S. 301
SpeciaTto the Telegraph-Times- bought 25 acres of raw land near find his seven albums by go- hers published in the Telegraph and 1-95 bridges
Monitor Svlvania. Ga.. on the ild federal ing to Faceb-ook. Brian i Pda,,. IUL tlie i30 traific volume in over the Santee
Electrical engineer Bob Cara highway. Columbia S.C.. photos. albums. Bradford at around 35,000 per River in South
ec al engine B aa Chemical engineer Brian Pat- You don't need to be his "friend" day. Carolina)
lives in Apopka and is a se- ton of Columbia. S.C.. has the to see them.) Patten said he was diawn to maintains the
mio software engineer. He also largest collection of 301 motel U.S. 301 may be an old road, slow roads, especially to parts website www.
maintains a bsite, www.tra.- the two men contend, but it is an of U.S. 301 in the North and travelus301.com.
)oZ 'old road with history they don't South Carolinas, because "some
want to get lost. They see Amer- of them are frozen in time." He
icans increasingly driving thou- sees the roads as more than half ware Memorial Bridge just to century, just as we now preserve
sands of miles in heavily satu- a century of American history. avoid 1-95." old, country inns-holdovers
rated, breakneck-speed. traffic The two men aren't alone. Cara said that in Florida he from stagecoach travel.
"" along super highways, with little A Facebook posting prompted enjoys watching the U.S. 301 "I know you can't save all of
to see but rest stops, McDonald's responses, from near and far. landscape change. He especially them, but we could save some of
and gas stations. Keystone Heights Mayor Mary enjoys the rolling hills of Ocala them," Patton said.
"During the heyday of U.S. Lou Hildreth said she had taken horse country. By "them:' he means the hun-'
301:' said Cara, "about 5,000 a ride on her motorcycle along a Patton, Cam and others are dreds of small, mom-and-pop
cars a day passed through the small portion of U.S. 301 from among the many people who motels, the Howard Johnsons,
area, according to the folks in Ocala to a Florida Urban Forest- believe we shape our highways, the Stuckey'sshops, the alligator
.. .IB.. Sylvania. Now, according to the ry Council meeting in Sumpter. and then our highways shape us. and parrot jungle parks, gas sta-
Georgia DOT website, 17,000 Keystone Heights Vice Mayor They contend that highways and tions, cafes and restaurants that
vehicles a day pass down 1-95 Tony Brown said, "As a kid, cultural artifacts alike, should were staples of American vaca-
southbound at Savannah. If we Dad would take anything other be preserved to show later gen-
could siphon off just 5 percent than the interstates." U.S. 301 erations how we lived in the20'h. See 301, 8B
of the interstate traffic-just the was one of the roads the Brown
Speople who might enjoy a slower family saw frequently.
pace of travel -it would do won- Brown and his family still
ders for small-town America. ditch the interstates occasionally
"And they would see the real to take a back road. "It (takes)
America. That's the goal of my longer...(but) it's good to take
website." an old, country road sometimes
Engineer Brian Patton has seven albums of photos By comparison. current num- and see what we are missing on
on his Facebook page documenting U.S. 301. Among bers on the FDOT website sug- the fast pace of the interstate."
the photos are postcards advertising motels and other gest that U.S. 301 Florida, at a From Lumberton, S.C., Hall
attralctions along the highway in the '40s, '50s and Bradford County location near Davis said, "I've taken the 301
'60s. Waldo, sees nearly 21,000 tray- to Annapolis and up to the Dela-

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Monitor When he first nt we to work get about $12 to $15 per hour
TJ.. Mann is one local exam- for Wall, he earned the mini- in some parts of Florida or other
ple ofthose thousands of people mum wage-75 cents per hour. states.
who actually built or -upgraded After he had been there a while, Turning U.S. 301 into a divid-
U.S. 301. A. former Bradford -and. started driving a dozer, he ed, four-lane highway had some
Coufiiy commissioner, he was in earned $1 anhour. bumps, he recalled. There were _ _"
the road-builing business, off In early 1959, the Wall Com- persistent rains. Many days
and on, all of hIs life. pany'told him to report.to a site the entire crew was told to stay .
ford High School, he got grunt contract to ebuild U.S. 301 "t rained and rained, and
jobsas a gofer and clean-upboy from the county line to Starke. then Hurricaie Donna came,
After graduation in June 1958, He learned to operate a brand through," Mann said:
he wentito work fr the Sam new Michigan 210 -earthmov- One day, Mann loaned his
Wall Company in Gainesville er-or pan-and he was hooked. 1950 Oldsmobile to his boss,
in August. He began as grease His pay automatically went up to while the superior was having
moikey and ran a drag line. He $1.50 per hour. work done on his own pickup
moved up to driving bulldozers "That was a lot of money back truck. The boss filled it up With
and road graders,and finally an- then," he'said with a laugh. "I gas and parked it behind a near-

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The- will I, but what I grow, or take finish the job due to the High replenish the aquifer. We the city afew years back and was will be cut open, for all who.
from nature to care for and feed School Homecoming Parade on reasonably wonder if these awarded a settlement. Why does can stomach it, so her anatomy,
bankrupting my family, I will protect. the Oct. 25. They could have items will lead to meaningful he think the citizens of Lawtey can be learned and studied.
God Bless all here, ahd God completed it on the 24th, and and timely lake restoration, but would give him their vote. My Maybe I am overreacting a bit.,
of a dream Bless America, still, One Nation besides that the homecoming hope they will. This evaluation household is shocked over his to this. I remember many years:.
a e Under God, parade does not use our two activity seems quite belated as apparent disregard for the city ago the frogs, worms and rats
Dear Editor: I remain always faithful, streets. Here I sit with a half- Geneva fell below it's currently in which he lives and after just a we dissected in Ms. Smith's'
I don't care .what either of John Bridwell, paved street on Nov. 5 wondering adopted Minimum Flows and few short years. he is now saying class, but not Morris the cat. I
the political extremes say, but Lake Butler what they paid Whitehurst for Levels (MFLs) some 25 years he"will strive to make it the best could understand if this was an
Obamacare always was and will this paving job and-will it ever ago -- a quarter century. little city in Florida." He should elective class at the vo-tech for
be a disaster for all of America. t What Ms. Monson did not have been doing that all along animal science students looking'
it could very well be the straw B ar f hatever they paid as too much mention in her response was instead of suing the City, we are to become veterinarians. But
hat cla s the eonom e whatevd I erely hope they findpaid was SJRWMD's simultaneous and not a rich city. His running for a required core class with NO
Pay attention folks; THERE City f Starke reliable contractor for further insidious attempt to drastically seat on city council is a mockery consideration for students who
NO MONEY FOR SUCH A nraco o lower the MFLs of the lakes. of his own words. have serious issues with this.
DEBACLE! We have already mises paving/resurfacing jobs in the Earlier this year, District staff ShockedLawtey Citizen Don't get me wrong, I am not
We have ulread r E : J D P ty. wrote MFL revisions that would Debra Grady against the studentslearning new
managedtomortgageourchildren ear Editor: James D.Powe llow thelakestoremainnearor Lawtey things, but I feel the way this,
and gand ldrs futIf you live in the City of Starke Starke below record lows, for decades was presented to the class and us
infinitu.below record lows, for decades
infinitum. Mathematically you should beware of promises by without protection (confirmed parents was way out of bounds
the tippingpoint will come in the City to resurface streets. You Thanks for by staff). This is in spite of their Disturbed by with regards to those of us who
early summer of 2014, it wa never know what kind of mess own studies that show significant have cats as pets and feel this is
going to hit about March, but you will have to live with since testimony drawdowns from regional use of cats for being forced down our throats.
the sequestration and a faux Commissioners contract pumping and that Maybe some citizens of this.
shutdown managed the City Commissioners contract pumping and that F.A.C. 62- < ,
government shutdown managed with apparently disreputable Dear Editor: 40.473 listed Environmental dissection school district feel as strongly as
to push it back a few monthsstreet paving contractors who I would just like to express Values are not protected, I do about this issue and would
By that point in time President Dear Editor: like to voice your opinion on
Obama will have officially simply cannot, or will not start my appreciation to Frank the resulting in merely a computer I aEd il tt i ti our ney
doubled the debt accrued since and complete a job on a timely Baker (whoever that may be) generated statistical illusion of If you have asuperintendent Chat is this matter to our newly electe
r nation's inception by all basis. I was informed by our City for sharing his testimony in the resource management. al ad y know ou kid i I urge you to contact his office b r
or natiouns Chiep Extiv to all Commissioner that the streets Bradford Telegraph last week. The required scientific peer aleady knw or kids wl be I e or eal and let his ofie by
previous Chief Executives to a "dissecting cats thisyear. That's phone or email and let him kno.,
pfgure somewhere in excess of in our'small area were to be In a world in which we are so reviews of these reports were dissecting cats this year. cats. your feelings on this matter.
fiure w her e in exes resurfaced with no maintenance limited as to where and when rather critical, even calling right, not rat s or rabbits, cats. yourSinfeelings onthis matterely
Striion oar th oney w having been done on them in the we can speak out about our faith SJRWMD's credibility into Cats that were purchased with Sincerel
are borrowing now to sustain the tax dollars from a shelter after Joe Renfro
failed policies going all the way eighteen plus years I have lived in God, I thought his letter was question. We are told that they were euthanized. Fluffy Crosby Lake
back to the "New Deal" and more in my house. The Whitehurst very interesting. I just wonder if these revisions are now being
SCompany is the contractor and our city, our state and our nation "updated ".
reof LBJ; it is costing us almosty" we could not have asked for a might be a lot different if we We call on Hans Tanzler, theCHU i
worse one. On Oct. 17 the city would seize the opportunities GoverniROCK M BAm T HURCH
crews came in and cut along the we have to speak up about the SJRWMD to do the right thingGraham)
to buy a home for our nation to curbs, brought in the sweeper and mighty God we serve and how sand pursue in earnest their C 1. 2aW Ga
borrow money because we, The ub stated mission to "Ensure the '-''
Wnited StatesY of mecau ,are ea covered the houses,cars, etc. with He speaks to us in our times of sustainable use and protection of
bad risk. Buying a T-Bill now is a h ot o ua n H uswater resources", including the
thefactua equivalentof flushing week later on Oct. 24 they came works of His hand in so many lakes of the Keystone Heights
thefactual equivalentof flushing back with the sweeper again ways so many times, region.Tt
your money down the toilet. region.
The problem is when the leaving a similar heavy coating I am very thankful to hear this Webb Farber
United States becomes in fact of dust on everything. Later that story and feel that God might use Save Our Lakes
insolvent, folks don't understand morning Whitehurst showed it to bless many hearts as He has Organization, Inc. 0 S gS C
what that means, it means there up and began spraying hot tar, mine. Sng Se
will be no government. Any then finally laid some asphalt 'Sincerely,
will be no government. Any Candidate's
on Melton Terrace and one short Charlene Blalock andidate's
resued government that sitsdo block of Myrtle which connects Starke
to keepthing, they will finally have no Melton to Legion Terrace. They election bid e
nothing, they will finally have no
poured asphalt on one side of
money to buy any votes with; I poured asphalt on one side of
advise you that woul foow th. Legion Terrace, then did about Do the a mockery atllail
advise you that would follow the l a o !
P Pper, other sid of aht on Terrae ting Dear Editor: Dinner on the Grounds following
Europe. My family will surviv They then quit pourig asphalt SJRW MD I have just read the paper for Worship Servicel
I have told them all, come in mid-afternoon and left the RD this week and am very shocked
home, you will have food and I
be protected. I am so thankful area. There are only 4 houses Dear Editor: that at least one of the people For additional information, please call
that my parents and grandparents on either side of Melton and I read with interest Teresa seeking election has the gall to Raymond Hunt 904-9645356
that my parents and grandparentsLegion so it easily could have Monson's (SJRWMD) response do so after he brought suit against
taught me how to do these things; been completed while they were to State Representative Charles
I spend as much time as psible here. They had sprayed hot tar on Van Za's.,pbseryatioin of.theSt ... .
now teaching my oldest grandson the portion they did not resurface Johns River Water Management
what I know, for without it after the portion theydid not resurface
I am goneo, my family twould and I had to walk in the hot tar to District and it's failure to
slowlyjusfade away. I f access my mailbox later that day. lawfully protect the Keystone
slowly just ,fade away I fr As of today, Nov. 5, no one from lakes (Monitor, Nov. 7).
my own prediction, though I the city crews or Whitehurst She cited five projects that
am always logical, and I know has shown up since Oct. 24 to SJRWMD is undertaking to
this willcur unless something complete the job leaving us with "restore minimum, levels to
drastic is done and within a r o Keystone-area, lakes'. Four of
matter of days or a few weeks, astretch of street with a seious these are studies 'for potential
hump between the traffic lanes. : I
months are too long. I'm not p projects, with the fifth one
I called the city on October 28
talking about some closed door the involving a reservoir in
to inquire about the job and was
deal. cooked up by the congress, toli the o d s Middleburg that "may" help
told the contractor could not
.I'm talking about getting out
the big' permanent Magic
Marker and killing the social i S i ......
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Tigers cap regular season with
Shawn Aaron 56-18 win over Eagle's View
(far left) grabs
the jersey of BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Eastside's Regional News/Sports Editor
eg"lon.- .-'""' Wi Malachi Lofland Reg l New pors
in an attempt to Darion Robinson scored
slow him down. four touchdowns for the Union
SBradford's County High School football
Sra'von Thoma s L eam in a 56-18 win over aisiting
STra'von Thomas Eagle's View Academy on Nov.
is also pictured. 7.
The third-ranked Tigers (9-
1) rushed for 398 yards, with
Robinson gaining 180 on 12
carries. Taz Worrell added 75
Tornadoes fall behind 19-0 in yards andatouchdown on nine
e ns It was one of those games in
which Union's starters began
eventual 38-25 loss to Eastsidecoming out of the game after the
team's first offensive series as
BY CLIFF SMELLEY the Eastside 35. Luke completed touchdown to pull the Tornadoes Eagle's. View (0-9) was simply
?egional News/Sports Editor a 24-yard pass to 'Justin to within 25-12. outmanned. Geordyn Green put, .
Williams, but Bradford couldn't Big runs by Lofland and the Tigers on the board first
aQuarterback Jacob Luke move past the 11-yard line, with Simmons, who finished the :with a 70-yard punt return, and Darion Robinson (left) stiff arms a would-be tackler-en
threw two touchdown passes as the drive ending on a sack and game with 117 and 163 yards, teammate Princeton Alexander route to a big gain as part of his 180-yard night.
prt ofa second half in which the fumble on fourth down. respectively, allowed the Rams would've put. Union up by two
Tadford High School football Eastside put together a 12-play, to go up by 26. A 21yard run scores on another 70-yard punt Union head coach Ronny Union'soffense scored on its
tpm outscored host Eastside ed by Dan by and a a d a return if not for a penalty for an Pruitt said it was the type of second possession, marching 68
s e se83-yard drive,capped by Dantez by Lofland gave Eastside a illegal block. game his team needed as it yards on 10 plays. A personal foul
-13, but the problem was the Willis' 16-yard touchdown run. first down at the Bradford 31, Though Alexander's score was prepares to play a Class IA penalty and runs by Robinsoh,
ro a were having to rally The Rams led 19-0 at the 6:46 with Simmons then scoring on called back, the Union offense regional semifinal game on Worrell, Dairon Alexander and
proved to be an eventual 38-25 ma o the second quarter a run from there to make it 31- put together a quick three- Friday, Nov. 15, at 7:30 p.m. at Spencer Williams moved the
los on Nov. 8 in Gainesville. Luke, who rushed for 67 12 at the 636 mark of the hird play, 63-yard scoring drive- Crescent City. Several starters Tigers to the Warriors' 10-yard
Eastside (5-5) scored the yards, had a 51-yard run to put quarter. Then, after recovering sparked by Phillip Lillie's 33- have been nursing bumps and. line.A holding penalty negated a
fist 19 points of the game and Bradfrd in scoring position an onside kick, the -Rams got yard run and capped by Dairon bruises. touchdown run by Williams, but
afassed 481 ardt s of t offense again at the Eastside 18. Runs of a 24-yard run from Simmons Alexander's 14-yard touchdown "We needed that game," Pruitt Union would score a touchdown
Te ads ( 6 3 and 6 yards by Jarvis DeSue before Lofland bulled his way run-thiat put the Tigers up 14-0, said. "We had a lot of kids who that counted, with a 13-yard
The Tornadoes (3ing drive of the) scored moved the Tornadoes to the 9 through two defenders for a 22- following Talon Tyler's PAT, at were freshly back off of injuries. pass from Casey Driggers to
the opening drive of the second before Kenny Dinkins caught yard touchdown. A successful the 6:30 mark of the first quarter. You don't want to take any Robinson setting up a 10-yard
bit the Rams answered with a 4-yard pass on fourth-and-I. PAT made the score 38-12. What followed was playing chances. touchdown run by Robinson.
tyo touchdowns in a span of A 4-yard run by Luke set up A 24-yard reception by time for pretty much everybody. "Like I told them, our season The score put the Tigers
o touchdowns 3.5 minute a span of a 1-yard touchdown run by Dinkins, who led Bradford with Alexander, himself, was one of starts now. Everything we've up 21-0 with 24 seconds left
approximately 3.5 minutes. DeSue to make it 19-6 with 2:29 68 yards on three catches, put many players, in the game who done, it doesn't matter at this in the first quarter, but the
The 'Rams, who didn't remaining in the first half. Bradford at the Eastside 24,while played n the junior varsity team point. If we don't win, we go
qrialify for the POStseason, were
q alfrly thepterseason, werull That was enough time for the a pair of 2-yard runs by DeSue this season. home." See TIGERS, 12B
0Rt all the stops in their season the and a7-yard scramble by Luke
Sthe rsorte to se l board. Lofland and Octavious resulted in a first down at the
ale. The resortedto Simmons had runs of 22 and 20 13. A penalty and a sack backedians can't ride districte
trck plays-.two of which
rsulted in their first two scores yards, respectively, in helping the Tornadoes up, butLuke, after
d the first, Eastside lid up to Eastside march 65 yards on a scrambling back and forth across
Sthe first, Eastside lined goal, but drivecapped by Lofland's 2-yard the field, found Ardley in the nd am e m o m en tum lo se 34 -7
h)lder Landon Rogers flippec touchdown run. Ardley broke up zone for a 22-yard touchdown as a l 37
tle ball behind him to kicker the pass play on the two-point time expired in the third quarter
Jseph Malu, who was already conversion as the Rams took a to make it a 20-point game.
h Mal, who was leady 25-6 lead into the half. The next time the Tornadoes BY DAN HILDEBRAN
srinting toward the end zone DeSue had the bulk of his touched the ball, they put Monitor Editor
rvhat would prove to be a s touched.
3 rd score six minutes it the team-high 72 rushing yards on together a 75-yard scoring drive. Santa Fe scored 20 points in
gjame. On the second, Malachi Bradford's opening drive of the A 19-yard run by Luke and a 'the second quarter on the way to
land took a handoff from second half, carrying the ball 40-yard reception by Dinkins a 34-7 win against the Keystone
of13a rd F runsg er andeSuofte and Heightd Hig Sch footb
qarterback Rogers and. lofted five times for 51 yards. A pair helped Bradford move to the Heights High School football
apass downfield to Seth Brown of 13-yard runs by. DSue and Eastside 11. Luke was sacked for. team to close out the regular
fr a 49-yard touchdown,. a 12-yard run by Luke were a 7-yard loss, but made up for it ea
f* Bradford's Keaaris Ardley huge in helping the Tornadoes with a 13-yard run on a third- season on Nov. 8 in Alachua.
Bradford's Ke PAT folaris Ardley drive to the Eastside 13. With down play to set up fourth-and-4 The Indians (5-4), who lost
scond touchdoPAT lowinbut g theRams a thi'd-and-3 at the 6-yard line, at the 5-yard line. Luke found two running backs to injuries
.d tou n DeSue carried the ball to the 2 Williams in the end zone for a over the last three weeks, were
e 12-0 with four seconds leftn before fumbling.. Fortunately touchdown with 6:21 remaining forced' into one-back offensive
the opening quarter. for Bradford, Ardley fell on the in the, game..Ardley added the sets because of a lack of runners.
by, A -dley putae Tnadoes at' loose ball in the end zone for a PAT that capped the scoring at ''Satit!' Fe '"firs t'"cbottcame
s 38-25;, it e ,
Bradford now travels to quarter on a 2-yard Trey Presley
Jacksonville to take on District riin,The touchdown was set up
3-4A. champ Raines-ranked by a 38-yard pass from Marcus
Tues-Thurs: 4pm to 12am third in the state--in a .regional Archer to Presley, which put the
ri St: to 2a semifinal game on Friday, Nov.
Fri & Sat: 4pm to 2am 15, at 7:30 p.m. The Vikings (8- ball on Keystone's ll-yard line.
2) are coming off of a 40-25 win Austin Maurice added the extra Lane Blanton brings down a Santa Fe running back for
over Ribault and have won four point, giving Santa Fe a 7-0 lead. a loss. Photo by Tonya A. Gibbs.
4pm to 7pm in a row. Less than two minutes later,
$l Drafts If Bradford wins, it would Santa Fe's Bradley English After Keystone netted 2 yards quarter after completing an 11-
-- 1 either host District 3 runner-up scooped up an Indian fumble on on its next possession, Santa play drive, highlighted by a 24-
I Bolles or travel ,to play District the Keystone 35 and raced into Fe took over on its 44-yard yard pass from Blake Valenzuela
Every Tuesday 4 champion Keystone Heights in the end zone. Maurice added the line and put together a seven- to Micah Browvn. The reception-
Every uesay a regional final game on Friday, point aftertouchdown, giving the play touchdown drive. English gave the Indians the ball on
200 E Madison Starke. Nov. 22, at 7:30 p.m. Raiders a 14-0 lead, completed the series with a 10- the Raider 5. Four plays later,
yard run. Maurice missed the Brighton Gibbs caught a
extra point, leaving the Raiders Valenzuela pass' near the goal
with a 20-0 halftime lead. line and battled for the end zone
SThe Indians got on the board as a Raider defender forced him
IU 4 ,with 3:02 remaining in the third


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Alice Anderson Guyton was a former casket A graveside service will be held Morris Jr of N.C.; sisters, Carol Jean Keystone Heights. She is also 53 years, Al Tuten of Lake Geneva;
maker, but his main passion in at Forest Hills Memorial Gardensin Holmes, Minnie Edmond, Mary survived by a large and loving children, Ansel LamarTuten, Jr. of
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- life was his long career in country Abingdon. Arrangements are under Alice Marshall all of Starke, May extended family and many friends. Georgia, Debbie Shepard of Bell,
Alice Adeliade Anderson, 84, of music. He had a band for about 50 the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Lois Pittman of Ft. Lauderdale; A graveside service will be held Maureen Berryhill of Newberry
Keystone Heights died Wednesday, years (The Snowman Band) and Home of Keystone Heights. 11 grandchildren and one great- in Keystone Heights Cemetery, and Barbara Cottom of Melrose;
Nov. 6, 2013 at the Robert's Care performed all across the U.S.A. He grandchild. Thursday, Nov. 14, at 1:00. PM with and two brothers, Clarence Phillips
Center in Palatka. She was born in served in the Air Force and was a Funeral services will be held on Reverend .Tom Tyer officiating. and Ren Phillips, Jr. Nancy is also
Des Mlbines, Iowa on July 8, 1929 member of the American Legion Wanda Manning Saturday, Nov. 16, at 11:00 a.m. at No public visitation will be held. survived by 15 grandchildren and
to the late Graham Emory and post 137. He touched so many lives LAWTEY-Wanda Elaine the Greater Allen Chapel Church Arrangements are under the care 26 great-grandchildren.
Beulah (Etta) Osborne, and was a with his music and will be missed Manning, 57, of Lawtey. died in Starke with Rev. Cynthia Bailey of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home, A memorial service will be held
homemaker. In 1992, she moved by so many. n Novn7, 2013 at North Florida conducting the services. Interment 340 E. Walker Dr. Keystone 11:00 AM, Thursday, Nov. 14, at
to Keystone Heights from Panicle, Funeral services were on Medica Cer h will be held following the services Heights. 352-473-3176. www. Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home in
N.C. and was a member of the Park at Greenlawn Cemetery in orn in Gainesvie n Oct at Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke. jonesgallagherfh.com Keystone Heights with Pastor James
of The Palms Church. Jacksonville on Thursday, Nov.7. 25 196 Sh aa n Arrangements are under me PAID OBITUARY Peoples officiating. Arrangements
She is survived by: her husband k vlen PAIDOBITUARY 2 She was recedewia homemaherr direction of Haile Funeral Home are under the care of Jones-
of 61 years, Elmer Clay Anderson; p preAbert Lincn ath b her Inc. Family viewing will be held on Gallagher Funeral Home, 340
daughters Sally Jones and Ann parents Albert Lincoln Batten, Sr. Friday, Nov. 15, at the Carl D. Haile E. Walker Dr. Keystone Heights,
Ginther; grandchildren; great- Memorial Chapel family hour is FL 32656. 352-473-3176. www.
grandchildren; two brothers; and She is survived by: sons, Jeffery 3-4:00 p.m. and friends 4 -7:00 p.m. jonesgallagherfh.com
three s(Alice) Eaves Sr. and Charley The cortege will form at the home PAID OBITUARY
Funeralservices were held Manning bothof wtey ssters, of Mr. Joseph Edward Morris at
November 10 in Greensboro, N.C. Glenda S er of Lawte 10:3a.m. 1134 Pine Street Starke.
'., Glenda Sue Sasser of Lawtey, Charlie
Arrangements are under the care of and Brenda Lee Couey of Starke;
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of brothers, Albert Lincoln Batten, W oodyard
Keystone Heights. Jr. and Stoney Ray Batten both
of Starke; one grandson; and her STARKE-Charlie Lee
fiane, Bobby Austin. Woodyard, 94, of Starke died
In lieu of flowers, donations are Sunday Nov. 10, 2013 at Haven
being accepted at the funeral home Hospice ET York Care Center. Born
to assist with expenses. A memorial in Sunflower, Ala. he later moved
service will be held at a later date. to Starke. He was a member of Mt.
Arrangements are under the care Olive Baptist Church #2 in Mobile,
and direction of Archie Tanner Ala. He retired from Gamble
Funeral Services of Starke. Nancy Tuten Chemical Company of Alabama.
He is survived by: daughters,
+N a ncy Tuten Lorine Banks .of Apalachicola, and
Huffa T utef NAnn Woodyard Johnson of Starke:
,Gary Hayan LAKE GENEVA--Nancy sisters, Ethel Lee Mariweather of,
/ary Phillips Tuten, age 70, of Lake Mobile, Ella Mae Mitchell., Lorean.
ary Hayman Geneva, passed away Monday, Nov. McCaskey, Willie Bea Anderson,:R
MEL -Mr. Gary Edward 11, 2013. She was born March 22, Annease Williams all of New
MELROSE-Mr. Gary Edward 1943 in Buffalo, New York to the York City, Mae Helen Ezell of
Hayman, age 72, of Melrose passed Trinity Rasmus late Ren D. Phillips, Sr. and Mar Mobile, Ruth Jones of California
away at his home, Snday, Nov. 10 Elizabeth Place. Nancy was a eight grandchildren: 17 great-i
2013. Mr. Hayman was born on Jan. bookkeeper, doing tax preparation grandchildren and 5 great-great- '
29, 1941 in Saginaw, Mich. to the Trinity Rasmus forrmany around the Keystone grandchildren
late Edward and Lillian (Vernon) Memorial Senvices will be at d
Dorothy Buschman Hayman, and was raised in the KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Trinity Heights area and was known as the Menorial Services will
Methodist Faith. He graduated Patricia Whidden Rasmus, age 5, "tax return lady." Her main focus 2:00 p.m 6n Saturday Nov. 16, in
Do othy from Author ill High School i of Keystone Heights, passed away was being a homemaker and carin theHale Funeral Home Memorial
DorothySaginaw, and the Police Academy Sunday, Nov. 10, 2013. She was for her family and beloved husband. Chapel with, Rev. David Walker
Buschman which led to his employment with born Jan. 8, 2008 in Orange Park Along with her parents, Nancy was conducting the services. Memorial-
Buschman Services are under the direction of'
the Saginaw Police Department to Theron Rasmus and Tina Parks preceded in death by a sister, Mary S are unde direction of
GAINESVILLE-Dorothy Gary was a veteran of the United Rasmus. Trinity loved princesses, Ann Phillips. Hale Funeral Home Inc.
Buschran, age 86, of Gainesville States Army, and the Michigan and her favorite princess was Rapunzel She is survived by: her husband of
died Wednesday, Oct. 23,2013. She Florida National Guard. He spent 27 and her favorite color was pink:,She
was born in Fort Wayne, Ind. Jan. years in the United States Military enjoyed being outdoors, camping,
30, 1927. She is now in the loving retiring as a first sergeant. Gary visiting the springs, horses, and
arms of her late husband, Robert also retired from the Miami Police riding on the fourwheeler with her H .. '
Buschman in Heaven. Department following 21 years of Clarence Melton Jr. dad. She loved playing dress up .....
God grant us peace for their sons service. After moving to Melrose and catching frogs, putting them in
and daughter: Bruce (wife Wei, -in 1989 from W. Ft. Lauderdale, Clarence thepockets of her princess dresses.
and daughter, MeiMei) Buschman Gary joined the Putnam County Trinity was the sweetest, most
of Hampton, Bill (Val) Buschmpn Sheriff's Office. He had been the Melton Jr caring and loving girl, she loved
of Waldo, Jeff (Karen) Buschman Post Commander (twice) for the everyone in the world.
of Auburn, Ind. and Beth (Neal) AMVETS Post 86 in Keystone HAMPTON-Clarence William Trinity is survived by: her parents,
Huffman of New Bedford, Texas. Heights; he was active with the JR- "Bucky" Melton,, Jr., age 55, of Theron Rasmus and Tina Parks Offering Driveways & Asphalt Millings
PAID OBITUARY ROTC in Keystone and Interlachen,. Hampton, passed away Wednesday, Rasmus; a brother, Ty Rasmus; Repair Limerock
AMVETS Riders, ABATE, VFW Nov. 6, 2013 in Gainesville. He was grandparents, Redus "Sparky" Land Clearing Concrete Fines
i in Middleburg, and was a Patriot born in Jacksonville on June 20, and Darlene Patricia Parks all of Fish Ponds Fill Dirt
David Griffis Guard. Gary was very active, with 1958 to'the late Clarence "Buck" Keystone Heights, Tony Rasmis and much morel Top Soil
t khe AMVETS organization and Melton, Sr. and Juanita "Nita" of Middleburg, Victoria Whidden
RAIFORD- David "Packey" was a Veteran through and through. Melton. Bucky was a Deacon and of Keystone Heights; and a great- For all your tractr service needs
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illness. He was born in Raiford and Survivors are; his wife, Nancy country as a soldier in the United
lived his entirelifethere. He worked (Campmire) Hayman; daughters, States Army for 4 years and was
at1 e.sndust.iaComplex f:Rairfd; Gail Elaine Hayman ',Jo~dge) with the --Bfadfotd' County Road Purp rer Ahunerat oen
d Dominguez.of St. Augustine, Lisa Department, ,f9r., ve'i:r 28 years.
fordmay.hyears.He was precee-iri- Marie Hayman (Tony) Crosby of Bucky was a loving husband, father Withi'nY' IMevans Now Peace of ihd~lways
death by his father, Calvin Griffis, Keystone Heights, Sarah Crystal and brother. Ile was preceded in
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He is survived by: his mother Adams; and a sister-in-law, Audrey Bucky is survived by: his wife,
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Mearleaiford;ons, David M. Davffis of A memorial service for Gary daughters, Mandy and Becky
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Ma cle adfi gmrnd hid e 2:00 p.m. at the AMVETS Post 86 Addie (Albert) Pons -of Windsor, (Rental Casket with Visitation prior to Services)................................ $2,895
Lake Butler, five grandchildren; Keystone Heights. Interment will be Pam (Red) Davidson of Live Wrangler Levi
andof Raiford, ennAnnete)riffi at alater date in the Florida National Oak, and TeresA iWayne) Jones of Ht B kle Direct Cremation with MemorialServie
Graveside funeral was.held Cemetery. In lieu of flowers Hamptonoots Direct Cremationwith MemorialService
donations can be made too: The Funeral services were held on Services held at Archer Memorial Chapel ............
Nov. 12 at Pine Grove Cemetery at AMVETS Post 86, 6685 Brooklyn Nov. 9, Victory Baptist Church in We do
Raiford with Rev. Herald Hudson Bay Rd., Keystone Heights, FL Hampton with PastorTommy Smith Layaways (Pre-paymentacceted
and Rev. Randall Griffis officiating 32656 or the Hospice of the Nature officiating. Interment followed at
Arrangements are under the care of Coast, 927 S. SR 19, Palatka, FL Santa Fe Cemetery. Arrangements
Archer Funeral Home. In lieu of 32177. Arrangements are under the are under the care and direction of
flowers, family asks for donations care. of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
for the funeral to:ake Archer Funeral Home, 340 E. Walker Dr. Keystone Starke. 904-964-5757. Visit www. 55 North Lake Avenue Lake Butler, Florida 32054
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STARKE-Glenn E. Guyton, Ray Hudler Joseph Morris
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was born on March 16, 1928. Heights died at his home on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013 at the"
Glenn is survived by: his Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013 following Malcolm Randall Veterans Affairs
wife of 9 years, Lillian Hannah an extended illness. He was born Hospital in Gainesville. Born in
Guyton 'of Starke, and a blended on Nov. 3, 1953 in Welch, W.Va. Starke on June 14, 1951 and a A
fmily consisting of Wabnda and has been a resident of Keystone resident of Starke, He retired from
Feller, April Hutchinson, Harry Heights for the past 15 years. Prior SMI Joist. He was a graduate of the
SpFulding Jr., Terry Spaulding, to retirement he did roofing work. local schools of Bradford County.
Ta.ni iNordberg, Patty Heffner, -He was preceded in death by his He is survived by: son, Jeremiah
Ret Hannah, Terry Hannh father, William Stanley Hudler. Boswell of Starke; daughters, Tanya
2R Hdcaildren, and 26H nath He is' survived by his mother, Morris and Chiquita Morris both
27 gran dchildren, and 26 great- Mary (Collins) Hudler of Abingdon, of Jacksonville; brothers, Willie
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Recent arrests Heights was arrested Nov. 7 by Linda Marie Firing, 56, of under the influence and two
Clay deputies for driving with an James Logan. 31, of Keystone Jeanie Marie Burton. 52, Fort Myers was arrested Nov. 10 charges of resisting an officer,
in Bradfordillegal license plate and driving Heights was arrested Nov. 8 by of. Starke was arrested Nov. by Bradford deputies for an out-
.' with a suspended or revoked Clay deputies for possession of 6 by Bradford deputies for of-county warrant. David Carlton Starnes, 39, of
Clay or Union license. less than 20 grams of cannabis. possession of synthetic Gainesville was arrested Nov.
narcotics, possession of opium Geraldine Henderson Ford, 9 by Starke police for driving
The following individuals Robert Leavitt, 34. of Melrose Clinton Skipper. 19, of or derivative, selling synthetic 52, of Starke was arrested Nov. under the influence.
were arrested recently by was arrested Nov. 9 by Putnam Keystone Heights was arrested narcotics and *trafficking of 6 by Starke police for resisting
local law enforcement officers deputies for driving with a Nov. 15 by Clay deputies for opium or derivative, an officer. Raleigh Dannie Strickland,
in Bradford, Union or Clay suspended or revoked license. trespassing on school grounds. 55, of Starke was arrested Nov.
(Keystone Heights area) Robert James Burton, of Allegra Cashun George, 38, 11 by Bradford deputies for
counties: Dail Lorenza Lewis, 22, of Bradford Starke was arrested Nov. 6 by of Starke was arrested Nov. 10 driving while license suspended
Melrose was arrested Nov. 10 Brandon Michael Akins. 20, Bradford deputies for possession by Starke police for failure to or revoked.
Keystone/Melrose by Putnam deputies for two of Starke was arrested Nov. 6 by of opium or derivative, and appear.
eyrose probation violations. Bradford deputies for violation selling opium or derivative. Eldric L. Taylor, 33, of
Travis Cuey, 33, of Keystonef a condition of pretrial release Daniel Smith Griffis, 29, of Gainesville was arrested Nov.
o,.. .o ..n op-r a: .-..... e--. .e .. Deena Louise Crawford, 33, Starke was arrested Nov. 7 by 7 by Bradford deputies for
T -'-' B Ii James Martin Anderson, 56, of Hampton was arrested Oct. 9 Bradford deputies for possession probation violation.
ru of Lawty was arrested Nov. 7 by Bradford deputies for larceny of drugs.
Service & Supplies. LLC Servicing the Surrounding Areas Since 2006 by Bradford deputies for driving and dealing in stolen property. Terriano Tyler-Tyan Tisdale
SWe Offer: We Carry while license suspended- or Melissa (Kay Griffis, 28, of 23, of Starke was arrested Nov.
* Above Ground Pool Installation Replacement revoked. Sim Oliver Crum, 37, of Graham was arrested Nov. 8 by 9 by Lawtey police for probatiop
Weekly Pool Maintenance r Starke was arrested Nov. 6 by Bradford deputies for possession violation, battery and possession
Repair of Automatic Vacuum Systems INT rt OlI Jennifer Anciletta Bass, 27, of Bradford deputies for possession of drugs and possession of of marijuana.
Service, Repairs & Supplies IT PI l Winter Park was arrested Nov. 6 of marijuana, possession of opium or derivative.
Pool Recreation Equipment & Toys by Starke police for resisting an drug equipment, possession of Isiah Akeem Wanton, 25.
NEW STORE HOURS AS OF SEPT 9, 2013: officer. a weapon and selling marijuana. Edward Allen Grover, 46, of of. Melrose was arrested Nov.
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 9 by 7 by Bradford deputies for
Mon & Fri 9am-6 pm Sat 8 am-12 noon Mararet tarling an, 61 Cody David Dover, 22, of Starke police for larceny. five charges of possession of
Closed Tues/Weds/Thurs Margaret tarling ryan, Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by marijuana, three charges of
For Pool Repair or Emergencies Call Carol at 352-745.2831 was arrested Nov. 7 by Bradford Starke was arrested Nov. I by marijuana, three charges
386-497 20 WStreet probation violation. county warrant. 22, of Zephyrhills was arrested of drug equipment.
3 6- 496- 0 7 L ae B tler pation violatio. Nov. 5 by Starke police for v
shoplifting. Jamore Savione Wright, 20,
of Brandon was arrested Nov. 8
David Allen Holt, 26, of by Bradford deputies for larceny
St \Archer was arrested Nov. 8 by and fraud by impersonation.
41a Temontae Lashay Young, 32,
Joseph Osarra Lombel, 23, of LaCrosse was iarrested Nov.
of Starke was arrested Nov. 5 4 by Bradford deputies for a
by Bradford deputies for two probation violation.
charges of- probation violation.
Leonard Jude Young, 48, of
Randall Eugene Manning, 32, Keystone Heights was arrested
RULES: Each space below represents a business in. Entrant's Name:i of Melrose was arrested Nov. Nov. 10 by Bradford deputies
this area. Use the scrambled letters, commas, periods, Address: 8 by Starke police for larceny for aggravated assault with a
apostrophes and ampersands and arrange them to and distribution of opium or weapon.
spell the business name EXACTLY, using all the Phone: email:derivaive.
letters and punctuation marks. The first TWO people Raymond Lamar Maxey, 22, Marty Hunt Kuczenska, 22, of
submitting the correct or nearest correct answers to the of Orange Park was arrested by Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 9
Bradford County Telegraph, 131 W. Call St., Starke, Starke police for driving while by Union deputies for failure to
before 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 18, 2013, will be license suspended or revoked, appear.
awarded a gift certificate for a turkey to enjoy during theC o n te st A od H w
Thanksgiving holidays. Amos Brenard Merriweather, Cody Wayne Andrews, 21, of
24, of Starke was arrested Nov. High Springs was arrested Nov.
Date Received in Office: Time:_ 6 by Starke police for an out-of- 4 by Union deputies on a warrant
county warrant. for larceny.
Elisha Norman Nabors, 38, Christopher Clayton Dunn,
LOFERPCTEROM ; TCEI & HD CENTERHDS' PEWJNELTRNI, of Graham was arrested Nov. 10 30, of Lake Butler was arrested
-ONA & .. D CBAITR I1CGNI WAISPDHADI, IRC.ATMACby Starke police for probation Nov. 9 by, Union deputies for
... ... violation.' .possession. of cocaine and
"E'iG Li LA ., bENIANINGT-RIE NOTASRNI :. drvirng8 hile license suspended
Kimberly F. Osborne, 38, of or revoked.
'Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 11 by Bradford deputies Kelly Michael Lee, 39, of
for possession of cocaine, and Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 9
possession of drug equipment. by Union deputies for battery.
GTN& Wendy McMaster Pettit, 47, Marguerite Diana Christakes,
EADNGYROL YBDHMFEIARIA DTOILWTNERGL BTURLOLUOP of Middleburg was arrested Nov. 67, of Lake Butler was arrested
9 by Starke police for larceny Nov. 9 by Union deputies for
GLERR NRCBYOPAC NOHW and by Bradford deputies for burglary and petit theft.
DTENRILI, probation violation.
Nelson Cano, 42, was arrested
James Edward Reed, 54, Nov. 10 by Union deputies on
of Starke was arrested Nov. 8 a 2005 warrant for battery and
by Starke police for probation sexual assault on a victim under
violation, possession of cocaine 12 years of age. Cane was in
and selling cocaine. Columbia, South America, toi
LDS'TNS DROFOHSRO NRCDHOO Lowell Jason Roberts, 39, being returned to the United
A1 DS'TN D F $ ,of Starke. was arrested Nov. 6 States by federal marshals. The
APKH POLY y Bradford deputies for sex 2005 warrant was still active,
Sffenderviolation. and Union deputies ibrought
Cano back to the county to face
SWilliam Lee Starling, 29, of the charges from 2005. Bond
Starke wasi arrested Nov. 5 by was set at $250,000.
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Patton agreed that in the
1930s through the 1950s, U.S.
301 played a role in many fami-
lies' first-ever vacations. Many
Americans stayed in a 301 motel
for the first time in their lives- Neither terminus of U.S.
motels like the Whispering Pines 301 Is entirely clear. In
Lodge or the Sleepy Hollow and Delaware, surrounded
El Rancho Motels in Starke. by 1-95. U.S. 495 and U.S.
The itwo men admit time is an 295, U.S. 301 more or less
he two mends--or begins--around
issue riding along older, some- ends-or begins-around
times two-lane roads. "But many
of us, especially older sniowbirds, to New Jersey. Different
A -appreciate their history." (?) said. sources put the northern
terminus at Glasgow and
The men say they wish every- terminus at Glasgow and
body could learn to appreciate at Farnsworth Dlor, the
.occasional slow travel. elsewhere. In Florida, the
occasional slow travel. southbound lane of 301
Patton said that through "theound a o
postcard community" he learned NRTH NORTH takes you around a block at
postcard community" he learned Palmetto and heads north
301 many of the motel postcards in -Palmetto and heads north
Below Ocala, his collection were done by Ger- again-unless you Include
Continued from 3B the presence of man immigrants, who cornered 4 11 ` a U.S. 41 extension over
tions along U.S. 301 in the 1930s RVs dominates the market on color printing a bridge to Bradenton.
ions along U.S. 301 in the 1930 the U.S. 301 between the world wars. "The (Photo by Charlie Daneri/
through the 1960s. landscape. i-.. Greeks owned the cafes, the Ger Emily Williams.)
Patton has taken several vaca- Motorists mans printed the postcards," he
iion trips up and down U.S. 301 can't help but said.
as far north as Richmond. and as wonder whether Once at a yard sale, he spotted
far south as Sarasota. He keeps
fiard south as Sarasota. He keeps it was RYs- a wedding album of a young cou-
hard-copy photos of U.S. 301 ca-circa
motels in an album, aractions and chains-that did 1950s. He snapped up the album,
geographic sequence. When he in mom and pop because browsing through it he IFW IS WALKER ROOFING INC.
0eographic sequence. When be motels along the discovered a photo of the new-
1ravels with his daughter, Sims, maln thevi
she looks out for the next album way. lyweds standing in front of one *
she looks out for the next album of his many favorite icons along
location in the road ahead. U.S.301-a Chat N'Chew in the GUBanla dB tS i rlaf liBdBl st Warn Ues
Patton said he talks to elderly Carolinas. 80 W=s0P8S
motel owners or fohildmeren) and but claims Sanford as his home. sign. Now, Patton hopes someday to
finds them proud of their history That's only because it's where "Revitalize 301!" Cara said. track down the newlyweds' chil- Roof Leaks Re-Roofs Shingles Metal
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and heritage. He adds photos and his mother grew up. Traveling "They've done it for Route 66. dren, if they had any. He wants to Low Slope. Mobile R ome s d Commercial
gets messages and -mails from back and forth to Sanford intro- Why not the Tobacco Trail?" ind outabout the rest of the lives Lifetime Roofs Rotten Wood Replcement
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topic surrounding hunting
t activity, and with good reason.
S Very few people can live a
lifetime without encountering
some association with at least
one example of serious hunting
Outdoors accidents. However, what does
catch many people by surprise is
outrook, gill the fact that, generally speaking, Lamar Williams
.t ya 1re f these accidents do displays a tree
nets and tree not involve firearms, especially stand safety
s n afey in the Midwest and South..The rne at
stand safety majority of hunting accidenharness that all
are associated with the hunting hunters should
Joey Tyson of Bald Eagle stand. wear while in a
Bait and Tackle in Keysotne The Ohio State University tree stand.
Heights still specifies that most Medical Center recently
of the crappie are being caught completed a 10-year study of
south of Keystone and especially hunting accidents in the Midwest
mentions George's Lake in and determined that 30 percent
Florahome *as a good site. of the studied accidents were
Surprisingly enough, Orange firearm related. Contrastingly,
Lake is reporting more crappie f 50 percent of the accidents
at this time than Lochloosa. involved falling while climbing,
Cool weather does continue descending or hunting from a
to flow through the area, and it These two sandhill cranes were photographed at a tree stand. one foot should always be on the always be used for a tree
should soon have an impact upon vacant lot on Flume Road. The largest number of tree ladder or tree pegs t all times. stand. The tree trunk should be
wildlife and fish. The sandhill stand accidents seems to occur A reliable hunting stand straight and not leaning.
cranes have returned south as Gill nets in Florida inshore fishing. while climbing or descending harness should be used at all Additionally, any hunter or,
confirmed by the accompanying On Oct. 22, a Leon County from the stand. Another large. times, and the hunter should be fisherman should have good
phtograph, but the robins seem waters circuit judge ruled against the number of accidents appears to tethered to the tree, the stand or communications with huntin
to be hanging tight to their Since 1994, a Florida ban, and state wildlife officials be a result of going to sleep and
northern homes. constitutional ban, passed as were ordered to stop enforcing falling out of the stand. to a safety line at all times. That partners and home. Those
The specks in our area should a result of a referendum vote the restrictions. Within days- One factor that is worthy means while hunting, liin commaunications shuld be part
soon follow their feathered with 75-percent voter approval, as reported by Bob McNally of notation is that most of the A proprly scurd safty line that would proid altrnati
neighbors as the water cools and has prohibited commercial gill of the Florida Times-Union- serious accidents' in the noted A properly secured safety line that would provide alternative
congregate in their typical larger netting on the inshore waters commercial fishermen began examples took place while the abov e hunting stand, nd the e issure oany unforeseen
winter schools, which will make of our state. During this time, to spread their gill nets over the hunter was not safely tethered to hunter should be tethered to the Tight lines and safe hunting
them much easier to locate. Florida waters have become inland waters of the lower St. the tree or safety line. safety line when climbing u or until next week
known as one of the most Johns, targeting roe mullet during Most studies indicate that the dow. The tehen c g up or ul n
prolific places in the nation for thir fall spawn. Immediately; .safest type of stand is a ladder dow he hunter should connect
to the hunter by way of a safety Outdoors calendar
many east coastal recieational stand, while the least safe type is harness, and the tether should
MAR ARDET MMIBIE RS fishermen reported numerous a two-part climbing stand. be connected to the lifeline by a Nov. 16, second phase of
A E ANDERSON numbers of trout, reds, blues and Needless to say, tree stand properly tied prussic knot. The dove season begins and runs
flounder that were accidentally safety must be a major issue for proery te ruc th
Family Law & Will Preparation killed and removed from the the stand hunter. Not helping same safety line should be used through Dec. 1;
as a haul line to lift the bow or Nov. 17, full moon;
30 years experience waters by the nets. matters much is the fact that he Nov. 29, Crosshorn
gun to the tree stand after the Nov. 29, Crosshorn
SInterestingly enough, on stand hunting has grown rapidly unter is seated so that the gun Ministries meeting at the Starke
Margaret willcontinuto e clients Nov. 6 the First District Court over the last 30 years with the Golf and Country Club,7-9 p.m
in Alachua County as well as of Appeals reinstated the increased popularity of bow or bow does not complicate ithelfl
Bradford & Union counties commercial ban that prohibits hunting and the decline in climb to e h te sd If you have a sr, idea or
1I T pAiclimb to establish the stand, the If you have a story, idea or
1011 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FL the gill nets. popularity of dog hunting. tether can be connected to the photo to share, please contact
One safety precaution that tree and moved up as the hunter Mickey Agner via email at
(US 301 Nortph) stand hunters should remember tee an move up as the hunter ka@maoutdoors.com, or b
904-368-0687 ph Tree stand safety is the three-point rule. One hand climb d tree truk s phone at 94.
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A different kind of show and tell
'Hope Christian -
Academy hosted
its annual
'_ Occupation
Day on Oct. -31,
...giving students
the chance to
dress up as
well as visit
with adults
various career
fields. LEFT:
Big vehicles
are always
a hit, such ABOVE: Florida Fish and
as this National Guard truck that has the Wildlife Conservation
attention of students (foreground, I-r) Colton Commission officer Brad..
Hollingsworth, James Martin and Elizabeth Stanley talks to students
41 Baldree. ABOVE: Summer Soash gives a hug (foreground, I-r) Hunter -:
to Union Correctional Institution K-9 Roxy, Cornwall, Hunter Johnson
who is accompanied by UCI officer Steven and Timothy Howell. LEFT'
Vickery. Jana Roberts (left) and
Ashley Chavis examine;
an old camera brought by':
professional photographer
Brenda Thornton.

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Thomas Dailey, a former member of the U.S. Secret Service,
Makena Morgan (left) talks to Sam Midgett answers questions from students (I-r) Cheyenne Peeples,.
of Capital City Bank. Amberley Carlton and Grace Gibson.

I D IAOn its next possession, Santa Presley completed the drive with game. Dickinson said his offense
IN D IA NS Fe added seven more points with a 3-yard run. was not consistent enough to Brady Kerlin finds a ride to his liking, courtesy of
Continued from 5B a 10-play drive that covered 81 Keystone head coach Chuck sustain a drive ,and that his GBHS Custom Fabrication.
yards. Dickinson said he intended to offensive line did not block
out of bounds. As he crossed The Raiders' final touchdown execute a game plan similar to as well as it had in the weeks
the sideline, Gibbs reached out followed an interception by the one that gave Keystone a leading up to the Santa Fe game.
with both arms, extending the Santa Fe's Lee Washington, win against Bradford. However, The coach also said his defense ALAC
ball over the goal line to cap the which gave the Raiders the Santa Fe took away much of that did not execute the fundamentals AR
drive. J.J. Schofield kicked the ball on the Keystone 40-yard strategy by assigning a.defensive like it has in games past.
extra point to take the score to line. Archer completed a 32- tackle to the quarterback, "Tonight,we did not block and
20-7. yard pass to Kham Taylor, and neutralizing the Indians' option tackle the way we have over the
last four weeks:' he said. -- -ER ,
Dickinson said the team's
lackluster play could have been,
in part, due to an emotional
letdown after last week's big win
against Bradford.
"Some of that is probably on ...
me," he said.. "It is my job to get .
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at least one more game left. We
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and play our best." Po pS Pork
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Hope Christian Academy ended. its girls' volleyball season with one district runner-
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a thir -place title in its first appearance In the SECC playoffs. The varsity team, C n
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S(back, ii) coach Tori Schenck, Bailee Peeples, Maddee Peeples, Emily Davis, Emily
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Nov. 1, 2013 thru Jan. 3, 2014 -
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Keyst ne T IG E R S 27-6 with 4:37 remaining in the increased the lead to 31. first play of the fourth quarter to The scoring didn't stop ,
y o n T IG E R S first half. Eagle's View had a promising make the score 43-12. with the Tigers tacking on
boys get 2-0 continue- After a three-and-out series drive the first time it touched Eagle's View answered last touchdown on an 8-yard Ti
Soby the Warriors, the Tigers got the ball in the second half. with a 75-yard drive as Jarrell by Worrell.
win in 1 st Warri showed some life after the ball back and marched 63 After picking up a first down completed 4-of-7 passes for 60 Now, the Tigers begin t
rcovering a fumble at the Union yards for another score before at the Union 20, though, Rhett yards. His fourth completion postseason on the road agat
district match 4y arl A 14-yardrecetion halftime. The big play saw Criswell was sacked for a was a 29-yard touchdown to District 8 champ Crescent
by Ryan Criswell resulted in punter TylerMcDavidmishandle 7-yard loss by Dawson Tyler and Ryan Criswell. The Raiders (6-4) conch
BY CLIFF SMELLEY a fst down at the 25, while a snap, recover the loose ball Jacquez Warren. Zach Lee then Not to be outdone, the Tigers their regular season with a 513
eBY CLFF SMSELLY a first aownal nat e whig e a and tuck it away and run for a came up with an interception to put together an 80-yard scoring loss to the First Academy oif
Regionl News ors Editor pesoa fou penay a the 22-yard gain to the Eagle's View stop the drive drive. Worrell and Daion Orlando, but Crescent City
Wyatt Graziano scored one Quarterback Rh Criswell 44 on a fourth-and-13 play. Union gave the ball right back Alexander each had a third- won four straight games prio
goal and assisted on the other scored on a run from there to Williams was dropped for a on a fumble. Three plays later, down run that resulted in a first that
in the Keystone Heights boys' make the score 21-6. 6-yard loss on the next play, but the Warriors scored on a 9-yard down, while an 11-yard run by Union played Crescent
soccer team's 2-0 win over Eagle's View recovered quarterback Ty Cook (2-of-5 for touchdown pass from Travis Robinson was good for a first in the first round of last seass
District 5-2A opponent P.K. another fumble at the Union 37 55 yards) then hit Williams in Jarrell to Rhett Criswell to bring down at the Eagle's View 44. playoffs as well, with the Ti
Sstride in the middle of the field the score to 37-12. Worrell then had a 25-yard run winning 21-0.
Yonge Indian s (1-1-1, 1-0 in nowhere, gaii the Warriors wentfore for a 50-yard touchdown as time Less than three minutes later, before Robinson scored his If the Tigers defeat Cres
The Indians (1-1 1-0 in owhere, gaing 2 yards before expired. Tyler's PAT put the the Tigers put another score fourth touchdown of the night City this Friday, they
District 5) played the Blue Wave Worrell intercepted a pass. Tigers up 34-6. on the board. A 17-yard run by on a 19-yard run to make the advance to the Friday, Nov.
to a scoreless tie in the first half, A 35-yard run by Robinson The Tigers scored on the Robinson resulted in a first down score 49-18. regional finals, where they ,.
but Graziano, off of a through was the start of a three-play, The Tigers scored on they
but Graziano of of a trouh 56-yard scoring drive. Dairon opening drive of the second at the Eagle's View 26. Two "He's going to be a great have to travel to face eifr
ball by ZacHolman,maneuvered 5 ad scon dive. Daion half as well, with a 30-yard run straight runs by Worrell netted running back," Pruitt said of second-ranked Dixie County
his way into the box and pushed Alexander added a 15-yard run A
shot past thhe oa n he before Robinson scored from six by Robinson helping to set up a 16 yards, setting Robinson up for Robinson. "His motor never 0) or Wildwood (2-8).
a past thegoalie 0 yards out to tth Tiges 28-yard field goal by Tyler that a 10-yard touchdown run on the stops."
minute to put Keystone up 1-0. yards out to put the Tigers up
Approximately 10 minutes
later, Graziano fed Cory Hedding --'
for the final goal. ..
Brandon Hannah helped
anchor the Keystone defense, 2.
which featured goalie Eric
Wood's 23" career shutout. .
Priorto opening the season,the
Indians hosted the ninth annual '
Twin Lakes Preseason Classic "
on Nov. 2, playing Buchholz to a
scoreless tie and defeating Clay .
Graziano, Hannah and Zach
Hawkins helped anchor the
Keystone defense that held a
high-powered Buchholz offense
scoreless. Wood made five saves.
Against Clay, Holman, Luke -
Dennis and Zach Fairbanks each : ...
scored, with Dionsi, Holman and
Nacho Grimaldo each getting an
The classic also featured
Eastside, Fernandina Beach,
Gainesville, Interlachen,
Newberry, Palatka, P.K. Yonge
and Suwannee.
Keystone opened the regular
season against visiting Orange
Park on Nov. 4, with Craig Graff
scoring a goal in the 66,h minute
as the Indians salvaged a 3-3 tie.
The Indians scored first,
getting a goal from Holman in
the eighth minute off of an assist
from Dionsi. Orange Park went
up 2-1, but Hedding scored off,
of a Holman assist in the 35'
minute as the teams went into the
break tied at 2 apiece.
Graff's goal-the final score
of the match-came off of an
assist from Dionsi.
On Nov. 5, Keystone was
defeated 3-1 by Gainesville.
The Indians travel to play
district opponent Interlachen
on Thursday, Nov. 14, before
traveling to Gainesville to play
district opponent Eastside on
Friday, Nov. 15. Both matches
are scheduled for 7 p.m.
On Saturday, Nov. 16,
Keystone travels to Live Oak to
play Suwannee at 11 a.m. The
Indians then travel to play district
opponent Fort White on Monday,
Nov. 18, at 7 p.m. They travel to
play Ponte Vedra on Wednesday,
Noy. 20, at 6:30 p.m.

Keystone girls'
soccer team A
improves to
4-0 in district
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights shut out two
opponents to remain perfect in
District 5-2A with a 4-0 recorid.
The Indians (4-2 overall prior
to Nov. 12) traveled to Starke
on Nov. 7 to take on Bradford,
defeating the Tornadoes 10-0. t
Madison Colaw, Hanna Crane
and Raychel Trimble each .
had two goals, while Moriah .
Combass, Caroline Dixon,
Rachel Garvey and Julia Osteen ~w. ~ .
each had one. Combass, Crane, ..- - -... ...- - --,-
Osteen and Rachel Lee each had
On Nov. 8, Keystone traveledE SERVICE ALL MAKES & MODELS!
to Gainesville to play P.K. Yonge, 03 CHEVY MAIBU 9 OF OMC ENVOY SLt .................. CRUZ LME ....... .
getting two goals from Colaw in 0 CE AU ..... 0 M......... ,
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Crane put the Indians up 1-0 06 CHRYSLER SEBRIING........................3 PORD FIESI SE........ O....RD lISO novau.... .... ..
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off of a Christina Scharder assist
in the 30" minute, giving the 03 DOiDGE RAM DIESEL, 4X4............... 11 FORD FU ON ..................... 13 DODGE CHlei .......:
Indians a 2-0 lead which they 13 TOYOTA COROi.LLA ......... ... a 5 12 CHRYSLER 200........................ 11 JEEP WRANGI O SPORT.... ....r .
continued to hold at the half.
Colaw, Lee, Trimble and Lee 06 CHIIEVY Z71 x.............................. .. 13 NISSAN ALMA ...... 12 FORD1 E350 NT.5PASSEnERVA..i
Ducharme each scored a goal 12 DODGE CARAVAN ............... 13 CHEVRT SILVRADO EW.. "
in the second half, with Colaw, 11 HYUNDAl SONATA 1 0S FORD EX gPEDIION LTD, .... '-:,'
Osteen and Shizu Someya each
getting an assist. A ote I aik aeinf any See dealedoru feaia. '*Ade rn pps p rm .*Ctiorn sIrbjcrla.
The Indians played Clay
this past Tuesday and will
travel to play district opponent
Interlachen on Thursday, Nov. 4
14, at 5 p.m. On Friday, Nov. 15,
Keystone travels to Gainesville
to play district opponent Eastside
at 7 p.ni.
Keystone travels for another
district game on Monday, Nov.
18, playing Fort White at 5 p.m.