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Union


USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Flor


County


ida Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


1131251 UC
P.K. YOUNG LIBRARY
UNIV OF FL
PO BOX 117007
GAINESVILLE FL


10 **B-010
12


32611-7007


99th Year -29th Issue 75 CEN IS


Worth

Noting


Early Deadline
Due to Thanksgiving falling
on the day the Times is normally
delivered by the post office to
subscribers, the newspaper will
come out one day early next
week.
The paper will be printed
Tuesday evening and in the mail
on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
All display ads, classified ads,
church news; social news and
community announcements must
be turned in to the Times office
by

noon on Monday, Nov. 21,

in order to make it in the pa-
per next week. Send your sub-
missions by e-mail to uctimes@
windstream.net to ensure they
make it on time. Call 386-496-
2261 for more information.

Reserved seats

are $10 for

playoff games

at UCHS
Members of the reserved-
seating section of the foot-
ball stadium at Union County
High School may purchase
their seats for playoff games
at a cost of $10 if the Tigers
continue to advance and host
such games.
Tickets will need to be pur-
chased no later than noon the
day. before the game at the
school's main office. All re-
served seats not sold by then
will be sold to the general
public on a first-come basis
beginning at 6 p.m. the eve-
ning of the game.
No tickets will be sold from
noon the day before the game
until 6 p.m. the evening of the
game.

Tri-County beef
update Dec. 1
The 2011 Tri-County Beef
Update for Baker, Bradford
and Union counties will be held
on Thursday, Dec. 1, beginning
with registration at 5:45 p.m.
at the Baker County Extension
Office.
Baker County Extension
Director Mike Davis will
talk about fall and winter for-
age, Bradford County Exten-
sion Director Tim Wilson will
cover beef cattle marketing,
and Union County Extension
Director Basil Bactawar will
talk about beef cattle nutrition.
There will also be a question
and answer session.
Registration is $5 per person.
The meal will be sponsored by
the Baker County Farm Bureau.
Please confirm your attendance
by calling 904-259-3520 by
Monday, Nov. 28.

Masons meet
Nov. 21
Lake Butler Lodge No. 52
F&AM. located at 325 W. Main
St. Lake Butler, will meet on
Monday, Nov. 21. The meal will
be at 6:30 p.m., and the meeting
will be at 7:30 p.m.


Library closed
for holiday
The Union County Public
Library will be closed Thursday,
Nov. 24. through Sunday, Nov. 27,
for the Thanksgiving holiday. It
will re-open for regular operating
hours on Monday, Nov. 28.


Worthington Springs boat ramp open for use


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Worthington Springs boat
ramp project construction is now
complete, with a boat ramp,
floating dock; with cleanup
restorations done to the park
areas.
According to the mayor of
Worthington Springs, Shane
Massey, this project began last
year with a grant from Florida
fish and wildlife. The purpose
of this grant was to improve
access to waterways as a part of
the Florida boating improvement
program. Once administrative
tasks are complete, the project
will be completely closed out;
however the boat ramp is up and
running for the public.
'Delays in the boat ramp
completion included a study
conducted by the Corps of
Engineers' biologists on an


endangered species of oval
pigtail mussel. Florida fish and
wildlife divers took samples of
the population of these mussels
before 'construction could
continue. Other delays came from
the change in council members
during the last year. However,
the current council members
have been working diligently to
close out old projects and begin
new ones in attempts to improve
and build within the community.

With this grant, an agreement
was required by the town to
operate and maintain the boat
ramp for 20 years. At completion,
boat ramp indication signs and
dedication signs were posted.
Massey said the council was
working very hard to bring the
parks and the areas by the river to
a serviceable condition. Littering
and vandalism have been an
issue within this area and in the


Construction is complete on the Worthington Springs boat ramp project with
community members already enjoying the ramp and floating dock.


restroom areas. Any witnessed
acts of vandalism/crime to or
on the property can be reported
to the Union County Sheriff's
Office at 386-496-2501.


Massey encourages members
of the community to use the'
parks and the boat ramp.
Massey' expressed gratitude to
the members of the council and


Union County American Legion Post'No. 153 assembled in front of the post's Veterans Da float. (Back row, I-'
r) John Bridwell, Bill McGill andcNorm Stephenson. Members are holding awards for 100 percent membership
in 2011. (Front row, I-r) Commander Rob Smith, Adjutant Tom Fortner, Deputy Commander John Henry
Whitehead, Chaplain Gene Gordon and Past Commander Ted Barber.



Veterans honored in LB ceremony


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

On the morning of Nov. 11, crowds of
civilians and service members gathered
for the Veterans Day ceremony and parade
in honor of local veterans.
Veterans Day has been a national
holiday since 1938, after a resolution was
.passed by Copgress in 1926 for annual
observance. This day originated from
Armistice Day on Nov. 11, 1919, the first
anniversary of the end of World War I.
Guest speaker Cecil Clemons spoke at
the Veterans Day ceremony. Clemons is
a resident of Lake Butler with a lifetime


of service to both his country and to the
local community. Clemons is a veteran of
the Army, Air Force and Navy and was
honored for his history in service and his
accomplishments. Clemons, currently
a life member of VFW Post 10082, has
also been a member of the Lake Butler
American Legion.
After the ceremony, crowds gathered
Along the roadways waiting for the parade
to begin. The Union County Sheriff's
Office (UCSO) cleared roadways for the
parade route. The route began at the Lake
Butler Lake where the formation of the
parade was held after the ceremony.
UCSO led the way as the parade began,


followed by Union County High School's
(UCHS) JROTC. The JROTC cadets
presented the JROTC banner and the
color guard presented the American flag.
The remaining cadets marched in cadence
as they passed through the crowds, with
more than 40 members taking part in the
march. Members of the JROTC recently
took home five trophies at a drill meet
they attended.
The UCHS Tigerettes twirled red,
white and blue flags while the marching
band performed. All marched together
as a group in honor of the holiday. The

See VETS page 3A


community who helped with
these projects. "This has been a
real challenge, but there is a lot
of progress being made," said.
Massey.


Lack of

gas results

in crash

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

A pickup truck ran out of gas
Nov. 11 and the owner was trying
to push it out of the roadway when
another pickup crashed into it,
resulting in minor injuries for one
driver.
Three Lake Butler residents
were involved in the crash on S.R.
121 in Alachua County.
According to Lt. Patrick
Riordan. public affairs officer with
FHP, Robert Albert Odum, 50, was
driving a blue 1986 Chevy pickup
just south of C.R. 239 when the
vehicle ran out of gas just before
noon. Odum was attempting
to push the pickup offof the
roadway when a 2002 green Ford
F-150, driven by Beverly Renee
Nettles, 48, collided with the rear
of Odum's vehicle. The impact
caused Odum's vehicle to travel
off the paved portion of the road.
Nettles and her passenger,
Victoria Nettles, 14, were not
injured. Odum received minor
injuries and was transported to
Shands for treatment.
Odum's vehicle damage was
estimated at $300 while the damage
to Nettles' vehicle was estimated at
$5,000.
Odum was charged with
obstruction of public streets,
highways and roads, due to the
emergency lights on the vehicle
not being turned on at the time of
the wreck.


Decision further delays control of Alachua flow (and fees) to landfill


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor

When less of Alachua Coun-
ty's garbage ends up at the New
River Regional Landfill, the
landfill loses money, so it came
as unwelcome news that work on
a project to achieve solid waste
flow control would be delayed.
Sally Palmi, solid waste di-
rector for Alachua County, told
the New River Solid Waste As-
sociation Nov. 10 that concerns
over the county's attempt to hire
an architectural and engineering
firm to begin the work had led
the Alachua County Commission
to reject proposals and issue a
new advertisement.
On Oct. 25, Dr. Mark Gold-
stein, a citizen representative on
the committee formed to evalu-
ate architectural and engineering
proposals, informed the Alachua
commission he believed there
were problems with the process
used to develop the ranking.


The request for proposals ad-
vertised was for architectural and
engineering services for the de-
velopment of future solid waste
projects. The three specific
components advertised were the
conversion of the county's solid
waste transfer station to a ma-
terials recovery facility, the es-
tablishment of an organic waste
recycling facility and the devel-
opment of a resource recovery
park.
As Goldstein put it, the RFP
touched on everything related to
the future of that county's waste
stream.
The commission had originally
approved the,ranking submitted
by staff from the evaluation com-
mittee on the consent agenda, but
turned around rescinded that ap-
proval, instructing staff to meet
again to address concerns and
return with a recommendation at
the following meeting.
At the Nov. 8 meeting Larry
Sapp, purchasing manager for


the county, said staff was only
recommending awarding the ma-
terials recovery project. Because
all three components were origi-
.nally advertised, Commissioner
Susan Baird asked if unbundling
the first component would have
changed submissions since what
was being discussed was one
project as opposed to three.
In response to sentiment that
all proposals be rejected and the
process begun again, Commis-
sioner Mike Byerly said he want-
ed to hear good reasons to delay
approval before doing so. Com-
mission-Chairman Lee Pinkoson
said by starting the process over
and advertising just for the ma-
terials recovery conversion at the
transfer station, the county could
find the firm most suited to that
particular project. He said he
wanted the best facility possible.
"Knowing that we're spend-
ing someone else's money I
would like to know that we ha\e
the best MRF facility possible."


Pinkoson said. Baird agreed, but
Byerly doubted theglelay would
result in a significantly different
materials recovery facility pro-
posal.,
Richard Hedrick, director of
public works, said staff remained
comfortable with the original
evaluation process that took place
and the original ranking recom-
mendations, but in deference to
Goldstein's concerns, reconm-
mended proceeding with award-
ing only one-third of the ad\er-
tised project while readvertising
the remaining components.
In addition. Attorney\ David
Wagner explained less is known
about how, or even where, the
county will proceed with organ-
ics recycling, or Ilow to pa\ for
it. The university is involved put-
ting together all of the possible
alternatives, and there is some
confusion about \what the role
of the chosen architectural and
engineering firm would be. The
same is not true of the updating


at the existing transfer station.
The work at the transfer station
is the essential component since
it is the one related to establish-
ing control over the flow of the
county's waste. That is important
to New River because it means a
private hauler can't undermine
the delivery of Alachua Waste
the landfill in Raiford and disrupt
revenue as it has in the past.
Wagner suggested the com-
mission move forward with the
materials recover\ award and
rebid the other projects or reject
all proposals and begin again.
Baird favored starting o\er as the
cleanest approach since the aller-
native would require altcring the
scope of work advertised. She
said the count\ should ad\ertise
the materials recover\ facilit\
work alone this time.
In the end. that's \\ hat the ma-
jority of the commission decided
to do. and Palmi told the \e\\

See FLOW page 4A


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






2A Union County Times Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


Tigers meet Wildwood in regional playoffs Friday in LB


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Postseason play for the
Bradford and Union County
football teams begins Friday,
Nov. 18, with the Tornadoes
taking to the road and the
Tigers staying home to play
within the confines of the
Jhngle.
Union, the top-ranked team
in Class 1A and champion
,of District 7, will host the
Wildwood Wildcats at 7:30
*p.m. Wildwood (6-4) was in
the running for the District 8
championship until losing 28-
14;to the Villages on Nov. 4.
The Wildcats put together
three straight wins after a
season-opening, 35-0 loss to
Class 4A South Sumter. They


defeated Brooksville Central
52-0, Eustis 35-21 and Cres-
cent City 35-6.
Wildwood also has wins
over Lecanto, Pierson Taylor
and Orangewood Christian.
Aside from South Sumter
and the Villages, losses have
come against Belleview and
Williston.
Williston is the one com-
mon opponent Wildwood and
Union have played. Wildwood
lost to Williston by a score of
35-28, while Union defeated
the Red Devils 45-22.
The Wildcats are scoring an
average of 30 points per game.
Quarterback Sean Hensley
has been a big part of the of-
fense. In the win over Central,
he rushed for 104 yards on 10


carries and completed eight of
13 passes for 130 yards and
a touchdown, while against
Crescent City, he rushed for
143 yards and three touch-
downs. He had a 195-yard ef-
fort on the ground in the loss
to Williston.
Jalen Gooden has been a big
part of the rushing offense as
well. He had 144 yards on 13
carries in the win over Central
and 116 yards in the win over
Lecanto. Gooden has even
had good efforts in losses,
with 101 yards on 18 carries
against the Villages and 166
yards on- 17 carries against
Belleview.
As a team, Wildwood
rushed for 400 yards in the
loss to Williston.


Opponents are averaging 17
points per game against the
Wildcats.
As the runner-up in District
4 in Class 4A, Bradford must
travel to Jacksonville to take
on District 3 champ Raines at
7:30 p.m. on Friday. Raines,
like Bradf6rd, is coming off
of a loss, which gave the Vi-
kings a 7-3 record.
Raines won its district by
going undefeated against
Bolles, Jackson and Ribault.
The Vikings defeated Jackson
and Ribault by scores of 38-6
and 39-7, respectively, while
rallying in the fourth quarter
to defeat Bolles 26-21. Raines
scored three touchdowns in
the final seven-and-a-half
minutes for the win.


The Vikings' other wins
have come against Lee, Man-
darin, White and Forrest,
while they have lost to Provi-
dence, First Coast and Atlan-
tic Coast. First Coast is an un-
defeated Class 7A team, while
Atlantic Coast is a Class 6A
team that went 7-3.
Raines scores an average
of 29 points per game, aver-
aging 145 yards rushing per
game and 162 yards passing
per game.
Several backs have contrib-
uted to a ground game that
has produced 17 touchdowns,
while a two-quarterback sys-
tem involving Davonte Aus-
tin and DeAndre Thomas has
produced 24 touchdowns.
Austin, who has passed for


most of Raines' 1,624,yards,
has 16 touchdown passes. He
and Thomas have combined
to throw seven interceptions
and areaveraging 15 yards per
completion.
Jamal Dozier has six touch-
down receptions.
Opponents are scoring
an average of 18 points per
game. The Raines defense is
allowing 121 yards rushing
per game, holding opponents
to a 3-yards-per-carry aver-
age, and 124 passing yards per
game. Opponents have scored
13 touchdowns on the ground
and eight through the air.
The Vikings have inter-
cepted 12 of the 206 passes
attempted against them.


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$3,00 per year:
$2;00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$3900 per year:
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(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: Teresa Stone-Irwin
Sports Editor: Cliff Snielley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Mellsa Noble
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Congratulations on making it
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Alvin Griffis, District 2 Curtis Clyatt, District 3
Becky Raulerson, District 4 Terra Johnson, District 5
Dan Webb, School Board Attorney
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Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011 Union County Times 3A


The Lake Butler Chapter Order of the Eastern Star's Veterans Day float with members
onboard for the celebration. In the front are (I-r) Nita Elixson and Lila Barber.


VETS
Continued from Page 1A

UCHS band members recently
attended a competition where
they made straight superiors, a
large accomplishment for one of
the smallest bands in district.
The Lake Butler Middle School
(LBMS) cheerleaders played
their part in the celebration,
throwing candy to children in the
crowd. In the same spirit, three
LBMS volleyball team members
held up signs showing their
accomplishments as east division
champs, followed by the LBMS
football team champs presenting
their banner, "LBMS-Home of
the Fighting Tigers."
Members of the Department
of Corrections Rapid Response
Team marched in the parade in
honor of the day. Members of
this team participate in special
training and are called into action
at facilities during extenuating
circumstances.
The members of Lake Butler


VFW Post 10082 and Lake Butler
American Legion Post 153 rode
on patriotic floats, waving at the
crowds as they passed by. AL
Post No. 153 won national honors
"race to the top," and received an
award prior to the parade. They
were honored and presented with
a plaque for the 2010-2011 100
percent membership. They were
also honored for being in the top
region in the U.S.
Members included: John
Bridwell, Bill McGill, Norm
Stephenson, Commander Rob
Smith, Adjutant Tom Fortner,
Deputy Commander John Henry
Whitehead, Chaplain Gene
Gordon and Past CommanderTed
Barber. The American Legion is
the oldest veterans organization
in the United States, established
in 1919.
Supervisor of Elections Debbie
Osborne waved at the crowd with
a sign on the vehicle representing
the elected U.C. constitutional
officers: Osborne, Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead, Clerk of the Courts
Regina Parrish, Tax Collector


Patsy Elixson and Property
Appraiser Bruce Dukes.
Lake Butler Chapter 40 Order
of the Eastern Star rode on a
patriotic float in celebration of
the day with members waving
American flags. Spiingtown
Automotive followed on a
patriotic float, also with a sign
supporting all veterans.
In tradition, the parade ended;
with the Shriners on theit
patriotic motorcycles, mopeds,;
and carts; driving in loops arid
circles for the crowd.
According to the -U.,S.
Department of Veterans Affairs,
Veterans Day is commonly,
confused with Memorial Day.'
Memorial Day (the fourth.
Monday in May) honors'
American service members whoi
died while in service to their
country as a result of injuries'
during battle. Veterans Day pays.
tribute to all American veterans,
living or not, and is a day to givd:
thanks to living veterans for their:
services to their country.


Beta Club members help to collect and sort canned foods/boxed items collected by students at LBMS. Beta Club
members pictured are (I-r) Willie Rogers, Casey Driggers, hunter Crawford, Karsyn Jenkins, Sidney Estes and Latia
Jackson. (Back row, I-r).McKenzie Mobley, Lexy Whitehead, Katie Zipperer, Kymmy Williams and Shelby McDowell.
> ,*'^ '. ._ .;


Students collect


food for needy

BY TIFFANY CLARK Crawford,KarsynJenkins,Sidney
Times Editor Estes, Latia Jackson, McKenzie
Mobley, Lexy Whitehead, Katie
With Thanksgiving right Zipperer, Kymmy Williams and
around the corner, donations Shelby McDowell.
have been gathered by different Also participating in the
organizations in efforts to help collection of Thanksgiving
the Union County Food Pantry donations for the Union County
provide families in need with a Food Pantry were the Junior
Thanksgiving meal. Friends of the Library. The Union:
Lake Butler Middle School County Public Library hoste& a
Junior Beta Club sponsored a food drive from Nov. 14-9,(Food!
school-wide food drive Oct. 24 for Fines), in which patrcmi:
to Nov. II.LBMS collected more brought in non-perishable feed-
than 720 items for those in need, items to the library to receive'iTp
to include: canned vegetables and to $10 forgiven in overdue fil*s.
fruits, corn, green beans, pork For each food item donated
and beans, sweet potatoes/yams, in fines were forgiven. -
chili beans, mixed vegetables, The participating membei:I
spaghetti sauce, soups, chili, of the Junior Friends of i e
boxed meals, macaroni and Library are: James Brown (vice
cheese, rice-a-roni, spaghetti, president),KellyGray(secretary);
Hamburger Helper/Tuna Helper, Matt Brown (president), Hannah
Stove Top dressing, and staples Hicks, Brianna Martin, Wesley
like sugar, brown sugar, rice, Smith, and Kel Martin (co-
grits, salt and-peperLe:, .i.t:~; r.spnsft.r), Alex --Riggsr -0i
Th Julniotgr.BpaCJub members-Riggs., Michael Riggs, Michaela
helped to collect and sort the Clemons, Peyton Powell,
items. Each club member was Stephanie Guadagnoli, Willi=;
responsible for a classroom. Brown, Scarlett Miners, Kcei
These students checked with the Smith, and Mary WeatherTi
classroom and encouraged the (sponsor).
collection of food. Students were In community stores,donations
also responsible for collecting the were also being accepted. Boxesr-
loaded boxes and bringing them could be found, at the frprit -
to a designated collection place, entrances with signs requesig
Participating Junior Beta nonperishable food donations
Club members include: Willie
Rogers, Casey Driggers, Hunter
See FOOD page 64.


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Seniors can get free help with Medicare


Union County seniors can get
help preparing for Medicare's
annual enrollment period with
SHINE volunteers to assist wilh
navigating Medicare year-round.
With the Medicare annual
enrollment period in full swing
(running through Dec. 7), now is
the time for seniors to review their
current health care and prescription
drug coverage. Join the SHINE
(Serving Health Insurance Needs
of Elders) program, Elder Options
and local community organizations
for the Embracing the Communit)
.;Medicare Enrollment Event and
Health Fair, which will be held on
.Tuesday, Nov. 29, from 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. at the Union County Public
Library, located at 250 S.E. 5th
Ave. in Lake Butler.
SHINE volunteers will be
available throughout the event to
provide free, unbiased counseling
regarding Medicare and
prescription drug plans. Medicare
beneficiaries who have .questions
or concerns about the Medicare
annual enrollment period have
a place to turn to get objective
assistance with comparing plans.
During the event, participants
can receive information from


local community organizations
such as the Suwannce River
Economic Council, Peaceful
Paths and the Department of
Ildcr Allairs' Comnmnities for
a Lifetimc initiative. Participants
can also receive screenings for
blood pressure and Body Mass
Index (BMI) and get related
health information on how to live
a healthy lifestyle from the Lake
Butler Hlospital and the Union
County Health Department.
Additionally, Medicare Part
B recipients can get their free
flu shot from the Union County
Health Department. Please bring
your Medicare card to verify your
Part B to receive the free flu shot.
Participants who do not have
Medicare Part B can still receive a
flu shot for $25.
With so many options among
Medicare prescription drug (Part
D) plans and Medicare Advantage
Plans, which vary by location, it is
important for seniors to understand
what options are available to them.
During the annual enrollment
period. Medicare beneficiaries will
be able to make sure their current
coverage will provide them with
essential benefits in 2012, or they


may select a different coverage
plan. It's important for Medicare
beneficiaries to review their
Medicare benefits every year.
Over the course of a year, they
may experience subtle changes
in their health and the care they
receive. This could directly affect
their health insurance neqds,
their prescription drugs, or the
accessibility of a particular doctor
or pharmacy.
Beyond this event, SHINE
volunteer counselors will continue
offering information and assistance
regarding Medicare during the
annual enrollment period.To make
an appointment, call Elder Options
at 1-800-963-5337.
Individuals interested in
getting help comparing plans
should be ready to bring to their
counseling appointment, important
information about their health and
prescription drug coverage. To
provide the best assistance, SHINE
volunteers will need a list of
medications the individual takes, a
list of providers he or she wants to
use (e.g., doctor or pharmacy), and
any notices from an existing plan
(i.e., Annual Notice of Change),
Social Security, or Medicare about


changes to costs and coverage for
next year.
SHINE is a program that helps
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River Solid.. Waste Association
on Nov. 10 that would delay
achievement of flow control by
at least another three months.
Actual construction work
wasn't set to begin on the trans-
fer station until the end of 2012.
The chosen firm must first evalu-
ate and design the most cost ef-
ficient
New River has waived a sur-
charge resulting from the re-
duced amount of waste coming
to the landfill through March of
next year, but consideration of
extending that waiver is based on
Alachua County making progress
toward its flow control goal.
The Alachua County contract
is a lucrative one for the landfill,
providing revenue that for the
growth and future closure of the
.facility as well as keeping waste
disposal cbsts for the citizens of


and prescription assistance
program. It is a free service of
the Florida Department of Elder
Affairs, operated locally through
Elder Options. SHINE provides
free and unbiased Medicare


the three founding counties from
increasing over time.
Hedrick also told his county
commission that every day the
transfer station continues under
the current business model is an-
other day a hauler could choose
to pull its waste out of the facil-
ity, which also impacts Alachua
County solid waste revenue.
Alachua County has been ad-
vised that conversion of its waste
transfer station to a materials re-
covery facility where trash will
be sorted for recycling is a way
to require that waste collected in
the county be brought to a county
facility.

Single fee for
white goods
Rather than charging for the
disposal of appliance like refrig-
erators, water heaters, etc. (so-
called white goods) by weight,
New River Solid Waste Asso-
ciation followed Director Dar-


information and counseling. For'-
more information or to learn how'
you-can volunteer, please call the
Elder Helpline toll-free at 1-800-,
96-ELDER (1-800-963-5337) or
visit wvww.FloridaSHINE.org.


rell O'Neal's recommendation
that the process be simplified by
charging per unit. A fee of $7.50
per unit was established, which.
O'Neal said would cover the,
landfill's cost regardless of the
market for recovered materials
from the appliances.
In other business:
Old balers used during the
landfill's former recycling pro-
gram were donated to the Flor-
ida Department of Cofrections,
which intends to try to repair and
use them or use them for parts.
In lieu of a contribution of
public money to the Florida
Sheriffs Youth Ranches, the
board may consider contracting
with the Union County Sheriff's
Office for security services and:
compensating the agency for the
responses it makes.each year to
the landfill. The item was placed -
on the agenda, but O'Neal asked"
that the recommendation be con-.
sidered at a future meeting.


52 MINUTES 58 SECONDS EAST,
ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID
j L S /2 OF THE SE '% OF THE SW 'A,
S FOR A DISTANCE OF 3.69 FEET TO
A FOUND 2" IRON PIPE LOCATED
ON THE EASTERLY R/W LINE OF
SAPP CEMETERY ROAD; THENCE
RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES 06
TAX DEED # 63-2011-TD-0007 MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST, AS
NOTICE OF APPLICATION A BASIS OF BEARINGS, ALONG
FOR TAX DEED SAID EASTERLY R/W LINE FOR A
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that DISTANCE OF 323.68 FEET TO A
James E. Whitehead, the holder of SET '/2" IRON ROD FOR THE POINT
the following certificate has filed said OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
certificate for a tax deed to be issued OF BEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED
thereon. The certificate number and CONTINUE NORTH 00 DEGREES
year of issuance, the description of 06 MINUTES 28 SECONDS WEST,
the property, and the names in which ALONG SAID EASTERLY R/W LINE,
it was assessed are as follows: FOR A DISTANCE OF 188.40 FEET
CERTIFICATE #: 225 TO A SET /2" IRON ROD; THENCE
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009 RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 55
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: MINUTES 24 SECONDS EAST FOR
Parcel ID-30-06-19-40-000-0130-0 A DISTANCE OF 231.50 FEET TO A
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: SET /2" IRON ROD; THENCE RUN
Lot 13 (Creekside) NORTH 89 DEGREES, 55 MINUTES,
A portion of the North V1 of the 24 SECONDS EAST, PARALLEL
Southeast A4 of the Northeast /4 of WITH SAID EASTERLY R/W LINE,
Section 30, Township 6 South, Range FOR A DISTANCE OF 187.92 FEET
19 East, Union County, Florida; TO A SET '" IRON ROD; THENCE
being more particularly described as RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES 48
follows: MINUTES 18 SECONDS WEST FOR
Begin at the Southwest corner of A DISTANCE OF 231.50 FEET TO
the said North /2 of the Southeast /4 THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
of the Northeast 'A and run thence THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
North 01*04'00" West, along the West BEING A PORTION OF THOSE
boundary of the said North '/2 of the CERTAIN LANDS AS DESCRIBED
Southeast '4 of the Northeast A4, a AND RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
distance of 300.00 feet, thence South RECORD BOOK 5, PAGE 640 OF
78-18'01" East 604.74 feet to,a.,peint._TH.. RUBIIC, J3E. QQBP.J.QF:~.SAID
on a curve concave Northeasterly and CONi.T'
having a radius of 50.00 feet; thencb-e 'tcTead:~ RT' 1' Box' 30;' Rafford, FL
Southeasterly along and with the arc of 32083
said curve, through a central angle of and all fixtures and personal property
125*31'36" an arc distance of 109.54 located therein or thereon, which
feet, said arc being subtended by a are included as security in Plaintiff's
chord having a bearing and distance mortgage. Any person claiming an
of South 51"03'49" East 88.91 feet, interest.in the surplus from the sale, if
thence South 13*02'34" West 110.00 any, other than the property owner as
feet to a point on the South 'A, thence of the date of the lis pendens must file
South 88"42'12" West along said a claim within 60 days after the sale.
South boundary 631.08 feet to the Dated at Lake Butler, Union County,
POINT OF BEGINNING. Florida, this 4"h day of November,
Containing 3.28 acres, more or less. 2011.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Regina Parrish
David W. Henderson and Judith A. Clerk of said Circuit Court
Henderson By: Crystal Norman
Said property being in the County As Deputy Clerk
of Union, State of Florida. Unless 11/10 2tchg 11/17-UCT
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property TAX DEED #63-2011-TD-0006
described in such certificate will NOTICE OF APPLICATION
be sold-to the highest bidder in the FOR TAX DEED
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
1" day of December, 2011. James E. Whitehead, the holder of
Dated this 20h" day of October, 2011. the following certificate has filed said
Regina H. Parrish certificate for a tax deed t6 be issued
Clerk of Circuit Court thereon. The certificate number and
Union County, Florida year of issuance, the description of
Persons with disabilities requesting the property, and the names in which
reasonable accommodations to it was assessed are as follows:
participate in this proceeding should CERTIFICATE #: 47
contact (386) 496-3711. 'YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2008
10/27 4tchg 11/17-UCT DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2010-CA-000123
The Bank of New York Mellon,
successor in interest to JP Morgan
Chase Bank, As Trustee for the
Registered Holder of NovaStar
Mortgage Funding Trust, Series
2004-1 NovaStar Home Equity Loan
Asset-Backed Certificates, Series
2004-1,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Patricia A. Sweat Tyler,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE OF SALE IS HEREBY
GIVEN pursuant to a Summary
Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated
October 7, 2011, and entered in Case
No. 63-2010-CA-000123 of the Circuit
Court of the 81" Judicial Circuit in and
for Union County, Florida, wherein The
Bank of New York Mellon, successor
in interest to JP Morgan Chase Bank,
As Trustee For The Registered Holder
of NovaStar Mortgage Funding Trust,
Series 2004-1 NovaStar Home Equity
Loan Asset-Backed Certificates,
Series 2004-1, is Plaintiff and Patricia
A. Sweat Tyler, is the Defendant,
I will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash in the front lobby of
the Courthouse, located at 55 West
Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054,
at 11:00 o'clock A.M. on the 29'" day
of December, 2011, the following
described property as set forth in said
Summary Final Judgment, to wit:
The following property in Raiford,
Union County, Florida:
Exhibit "A"
PARCEL "B"
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
S /2 OFTHE SE /4 OF THE SW /4 OF
SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH,
RANGE 21 EAST, UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED
AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT A FOUND V/2"
IRON ROD LOCATED AT THE SW
CORNER OF THE S V2 OF THE SE
'/4 OF THE SW / OF SAID SECTION
17 AND RUN SOUTH 89 DEGREES


Parcel ID: 09-06-18-00-000-0083-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Commence at the intersection of the
East boundary line of County Road
791 and the North boundary line of
County Road No. 241-A, Section 9,
Township 6 South, Range 18 East,
for Point of beginning; Thence run
East 625 feet thence North 297 feet,
thence West to East row line County
Road 791, thence Southeasterly
along East boundary of County Road
791 to Point of Beginning.
Also referenced in OR Book 177/228
and 181/299.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Sinclair Holmes and Gary Holmes
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will,
be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the"


8th day of December, 2011.
Dated this 19" day of October, 2011.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
11/10 4tchg 12/1-UCT
TAX DEED #63-2011-TD-0008
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
James E. Whitehead, the holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 82
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2008
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel ID-21-06-18-45-000-0280-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Parcel #28 of Upland Pines Plantation,
an unrecorded subdivision, located in
Section 21, Township 6 South, Range
18 East, Union County, Florida, more
particularly described as follows:
Commence at the NW Corner or
Section 21, Township 6 South, Range
18 East, and run N 86027'24" E along
the North line of said section 2021.94,
thence run S 2046'29" E 619.62' to
;the North R/W of a 60' access road
'(Sara Lane(.said point being the PT.
of a curve on said R/W), thence run
S 3032'36" E 60' to the South R/W of
said 60' access road and the Point
of Beginning, thence continue S
3032'36" E 596.65' to the North R/W
line of a 40' County Road, thence run
N 8820'12" E along said R/W line
248.33', thence run N 0047'47" W
570.90' to the South R/W of said 60'
access road, (Sara Lane), said point
lying on a curve and having a radius
of 1115.92' and being concave to the
Southwest, thence run Northwesterly
along the art of said R/W curve an
arc distance -of 278.44', (through
a central angle of 1417'46" and a
chord of N 86023'46" W 277.71'), to
the P.T. of said curve and the Point of
Beginning. Being and lying in Section
21, Township 6 South, Range 18
East, Union County, Florida.
SUBJECT TO the following
easement(s):
A strip of land 60' wide lying 30' to the
right and 30' to the left of the following
described centerline:
Commence at the Southeast corner
of Section 17, Township 6 South,
Range 18 East and run N 2040'40"
W along the East line of said section
2490.56' to a concrete monument;
thence run S 87011'01" W 670.13' to
an iron pin; thence run S 2040'40" E
130! to the P.O.B. of said centerline;
thence continue S 2040'40" E
along said centerline 1753.49' to
a point hereinafter known as Point
"A", thence run S 18030" W along
centerline 1029.43' to the PC. of
a curve having a radius of 293.99'
and being concave to the Northeast
thence run Southeasterly along the
arc of said centerline curve an arc
distance of 388.68' (through a central
angle of 75045'), to the Point of
Compound Curve of a curve having
a radius of 550' and being concave
to the Northeast; thence run Easterly
along the arc of said centerline curve
an arc distance of 575.96' (through
a central angle of 60), to the Point
of Reverse Curve of said centerline,
said curve having a radius of 1145.92'
and being concave to the Southeast;
thence run Northeasterly along the
-arc of said centerline curve an arc
distance of 474.14' (through a central
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said centerline curve; thence run N
8627'24" E along said centerline
1955' to the P.C. of a curve having
a radius of 1145.92' and being
concave to the Southwest; thence
run Southeasterly along the arc of
said centerline curve an arc distance
of 481.08' (through a central angle of
24003'14"), to the. P.T. of said curve;
thence run S 69029'22" E along said
centerline 57.76' to the PC. of a curve
having a radius of 531.60' and being
concave to the Northeast; thence
run Easterly along the arc of said
centerline curve an arc distance of
197.69' (through a central angle of
2118'25"), to the PT. of said curve
and the West R/W of State Road No.
791 (80'R/W) and the end of said
centerline.
Return to Point "A", said point of being
the P.O.B. of a strip of land 40' wide,
lying 20' to the right and 20' to the left
of the following described centerline:
From said Point "A" run S 87011'01"
W along said centerline 1056.51' to
the end of said centerline. All being
and lying in Sections 17, 20 and 21,
Township 6 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Timothy Jones
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the
8'" day of December, 2011.
Dated this "1st day of November,
2011.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711.
11/10 4tchg 12/1-UCT
TAX DEED # 63-2011-TD-0009
NOTICE OF-APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that
James E. Whitehead, the holder of
the following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of
the property, and the names in which
it was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 84
YEAR OF-ISSUANCE: 2008
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
Parcel ID: 21-06-18-45-000-0370-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Parcel No. .37 of Upland Pines
Plantation, Union County, Florida
Commence at the NW Corner of
Section 21, Township 6 South, Range
18 East and run N 8627'24" E along
the North line of said section 2021.94,
thence run S 2o46'29" E 619.62' to
the North R/W of a 60' access road
(Sara Lane; said point being the P.T.
of a curve on said R/W), thence run
S 3032'36" E 60' to the South R/W
of said 60' access road, thence run
S 86027'24" W along said R/W 164',
thence run S 3032'36" E 270' to the
Point of Beginning, thence continue
S 3032'36" E 321.26' to the North R/
W line of a County Road (40' R/W),
thence run S 8820'12" W along said
R/W 164.09, thence run N 3032'36"
W 315.88', thence run N 86027'24" E
164' to the Point of Beginning. Being


and lying in Section 21, Township 6
South, Range 18E, Union County,
Florida.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: Kermit
L Rothwell and Glenda L Rothwell
Said property being in the County
of Union, State of Florida. Unless
such certificate shall be redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will
be sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the
8" day of December, 2011.
Dated this 1s day of November,
2011.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should


Dated this 71" day of November,
2011.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to'
participate in this proceeding should:
contact (386) 496-3711.
11/10 4tchg 12/1-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic..
Council, Inc. Board of Directors
will hold a meeting of the Board of.
Directors on Monday, December 5,'
2011, at 6:00 p.m. at the Suwannee
River Economic Council, Inc., Senior
Center Building in Live Oak, Florida.
11/17 Itchg-UCT;


contact (386) 496-3711. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR;
11/10 4tchg 12/1-UCT UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
TAX DEED # 63-2011-TD-00010 CASE NO.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION 632009CA000134XXXXXX
FOR TAX DEED CITIBANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that THE MLMI TRUST SERIES 2006-
James E. Whitehead, the holder of HE5;
the following certificate has filed said Plaintiff,
certificate for a tax deed to be issued vs.
thereon. The certificate number and JEFFREY A. SMITH, SR., et al
year of issuance, the description of Defendants.
the property, and the names in which NOTICE OF SALE
it was assessed are as follows: PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
CERTIFICATE #: 226 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN:
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009 pursuant to an Order or Summary:
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: Final Judgment of foreclosure dated.
Parcel ID-30-06-19-40-000=0t69'-.':- 'November =ttrJ;and -entered in.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION: ---... Gase-No. 632009CAOOO134XXXXXX
Lot 16 Creekside Subdivision -"-'-"- 'f of the CircIftT~ 3rt in and for Union
A portion of the Northeast %' of the County, Florida, wherein CITIBANK"
Northeast and a portion of the North N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
14 of the Northeast A4 and a portion of MLMI TRUST SERIES 2006-HE5
(he North '/ of the Southeast % of the is Plaintiff and ALL UNKNOWN.
Northeast %, all lying in Section 30, PARTIES CLAIMING INTERESTS-
Township 6 South, Range 19 East, BY, -THROUGH, UNDER OR:..
Union County, Florida; being more AGAINST A NAMED DEFENDANT"
particularly described as follows: TO THIS ACTION, OR HAVING OR
Commence at the Northeast corner CLAIMING TO HAVE ANY RIGHT,
of said Section 30 and run thence TITLE OR INTEREST IN THE
South 01003'43" East, along the PROPERTY HEREIN DESCRIBED,
East boundary of said Section 30, are Defendants, I will sell to the
a distance of 63.59 feet, to a point highest and best bidder for cash at
on the Southerly right-of-way line of the Front Steps of the Union County
State Road No. 18 (100'R/W); thence Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
South 88014'08" West, along said Lake Butler, FL 32054 at Union
Southerly right-of-way line, 52.00 feet; County, Florida, at 11:00 a.m. pn-
thence South 01003'43" East, parallel the 12m day of January, 2012, the
to said East boundary, 1019.76 feet; following described property as set
;thence South 88056'17" West 40.86 forth in said Order or Final Judgment,
'feet; thence South 31056'17" West to-wit:
'38Q.12 feet; thence South 6356'17" LOT 8, SHAWS-ADDITION TO LAKE
.West 180.50 feet to the POINT OF BUTLER, ACCORDING TO THE
BEGINNING; thence continue South PLAT THEREOF, AS RECORDED
63056'17" West 138.28 feet; thence IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 21, PUBLIC
South 13002'34" West. 11.72 feet; RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY,
thence North 61054'20" West 532.73 FLORIDA
feet to the center of a creek; thence ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
North 36018'58" East along the center INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
of said creek 26.76 feet; thence North THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
50026'19" East, along the center of THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
said creek 273.24 feet; thence South THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
440'r36" East 526.53 feet to the MUST FILE 'A CLAIM WITHIN 60
POINT OF BEGINNING. DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Containing 2.57 acres more or less. DATED at Lake Butler, Florida on
SUBJECT TO easements and November 10, 2011.
restrictions of record, if any. REGINA H. PARRISH
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: As Clerk Circuit Court
Barbara Jean Smith By: Julia Croft
Said property being in the County As Deputy Clerk
of Union, State of Florida. Unless SMITH, HIATT& DIAZ, P.A.
such.certificate shall be redeemed Attorneys for Plaintiff
according to the law the property PO Box 11438
described in such certificate will Fort Lauderdale, FL 33339-1438
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Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011 Union County Times 5A


Students have


quiche contest


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

At Lake Butler Middle School,
Melissa Lynch's sixth-grade
classes participated in a quiche
contest recently after' reading the
book, "Dear Mr. Henshaw."
Each student was invited (not
required) to prepare a quiche
.from a recipe of their choosing.
'All of the preparation and
cooking had to be done by the
students themselves. The judges
for the contest were Principal
Jerry Graybeal, guidance
counselor Bob Peeling, District
Food Service Director Betsy
Whitehead and librarian Sherry
Barnett.
With this project, the students
learned new vocabulary words
such as quiche-an open


savory tart with a rich custard
filling to which bacon, onion,
cheese, etc., are added-and
pseudonym-a fictitious name
adopted, especially by an author.
The students were introduced to
a little culinary arts and enjoyed
eating the fruits of their labors.
First-place winners in each
block were rewarded with a
trophy. Overall winners with
pseudonyms were: MasterQuiche
Jordan Ault, Hot Rod John Holt,
and Scarlett Heart Anabell
Miller. Participants were: Blake
Tetstone, Emmalee Kirby, Taylor
Davis, Azariah Blocker, Clifford
Bryant, Bethany Stephans,
Kaitlin Scott, Nick Miller and
Jordan Whitaker.
Lynch said, "The enthusiasm
and involvement made it a good
day to be a teacher."


Contestants for the 2011 Ms. Ugly contest are: (front row, l-r) Tyler Welz, Colby Cothren, Joshua Tyson, Isaac
Sulsona, Kendall Wright, Devin Clemons and Bryce Henson. (Middle row, l-r) Zackery Hagler, James Brown, Chance
Vaughn, Tyler Norman, Austin Long, Matthew Brown and Anthony Hendrieth. (Back row, l-r) Duke Waters, Michael
Riggs, Chase Wilkerson, Alphonso Brown and Chase Williams.



Whose the ugliest one of all? Come see tonight


The Union County High
School Drama Club will be spon-
soring the 2011-2012 Ms. Ugly
Contest tonight, Thursday, Nov.
17, in the UCHS auditorium.
Male students were selected
from the ninth through the twelfth


grades. These students will be
putting on their high heels, wigs
and makeup in attempts to win
,he title of"Ms. Ugly." The win-
ner of the contest will receive
$200 in cash. Admission is $5
at the door.


This year's contestants are: Ty-
ler Welz, Colby Cothren, Joshua
Tyson, Isaac Sulsona, Kendall
Wright, Devin Clemons, Bryce
Henson, Zackery Hagler, James
Brown, Chance Vaughn, Tyler
Norman, Austin Long, Matthew


Brown, Anthony Hendrieth,
Duke Waters, Michael Riggs,
Chase Wilkerson, Alphonso
Brown and Chase Williams.
UCHS invites everyone to
come and see who is "Ms.
Ugly."


ABOVE:.(I-r) Sherry Barnett, Jerry Graybeal, Bob Peeling
and Betsy Whitehead served as judges for the contest.

BELOW: Contestants were (l-r) Blake Tetstone, Emallee
Kirby, Taylor Davis and Jordan Ault.
~*-~ -


Since there wasn't a game last
week, football coach Ronny
Pruitt picked the scholar
athlete for the weekly MVP
MHere, Pruitt is trying out the
;Austin Harden burger. (Due to
a technical problem, the photo
'of A69inftardn. cp.dUk.) not be
run this week. Look for it next
week.)


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English 4 credits with major concentration in 4 credits with major concentration in I 4 credits with major
composition, reading for information, composition and literature concentration in composition


ano lleraeture i and literature
Mathematics 4 credits, one of which must be 4 credits, one of which must be 4 credits, one of which must be
Algebra 1 or its equivalent and one of Algebra 1 or its equivalent or a higher- Algebra .1 or its equivalent and *
which must be Geometry or its level mathematics course from the list one of'which must be Geometry
equivalent of courses that qualify for state or its equivalent
university system (SUS) admission,
and one of which must be Geometry or
its equivalent
Science 3 credits in science, two of which 3 credits in science, two of which must 3 credits in science, two of which
must have a laboratory component have a laboratory component and one I must have a laboratory
and one of which must be Biology 1 of which must be Biology 1 or an I component and one of which
or an equivalent course or a series of equivalent course or a series of must be Biology 1 or an
courses courses equivalent course or a series of
courses
Social Studies 1 credit World History 1 credit World History 1 credit World History
1 credit United States History 1 credit UnitedStates History 1 credit United States History
.5 credit United States Government .5 credit United States Government .5 credit United States
.5 credit Economics .5 credit Economics Government
.5 credit Economics
World Languages Not required for high school 2 credits in the same language or Not Required
graduation; but required for demonstrated proficiency in a second
admission into state universities language
Fine Arts and 1 credit in Fine or Performing Arts. Not Required Not Required
Performing Arts, Speech and Debate, or Practical Arts
Speech and Debate, (eligible courses specified in Course
or Practical Arts Code Directory) ____
Physical Education 1 credit in Physical Education to Not Required Not Required
include the integration of Health "
Elecives 8 credits 2 credits in electives 3 credits in single
vocational/career education
program and 1 elective credit
3 credits in single
career/technical certificate dual
enrollment and 1 elective credit
4 credits in vocational/career
education (including 3 credits in
one sequential career and
technical education program)-
.......... pending le islatiye action'
Grade Point Average Cumulaive GPA of 2.0on a 4.0 Cumulative GPAof 3.5 on a 4.0 scale Cumulative weighted GPA of 3.0
(GPA) Requirements scale in required courses and a weighted or on a 4.0 scale in the required
unweighted grade that earns at least courses and a weighted or
3.0 points or its equivalent in each of i unweighted grade that earns at
the 18 required credits least 2.0 points or its equivalent
Sin each of the 18 required credits
State Assessment Students must earn passing scores on the Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading (or scores that are concordant with
Requirements the passing scores on the Grade 10 FCAT 2.0 Reading)
.* Students must earn a passing score or attain an equivalent score on the Algebra 1 EOC Assessment in order
to earn course credit.
S Geometry and Biology 1 EOC Assessment is required and the rqeults will constitute 30 percent of the
"______student's final course grade, if enrolled.
Special Notes
* All courses earned toward the three-year, 18-credit college preparatory program must satisfy admission requirements for the State
SUniversity System. To determine which courses meet State University System admission requirements, please use the Comprehensive
Course Table. At least 6 of the 18 credits must be completed in courses that include dual enrollment, AP, IB, AICE. or are specifically
listed as rigorous by the Florida Department of Education.
i*.'. At least one course within the 24-credit program must be completed through online learning.___ _


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Scholar athlete
designs MVP
burger
The Willows Cafe presents the
UCHS MVP burger of the week,
the Austin Harden burger.
The Harden burger is made
with bacon, fried egg, swiss
cheese, and mayonnaise on Texas
toast. Changes can be made to
toppings when ordering.
The Harden burger will be
available until Friday, Dec. 2.
The Willows Cafe will announce
a weekly MVP burger for the
remainder of the season and
invites all to come support the
Tiger MVP and his burger.
Each MVP picks his favorite
toppings. The burger will be
available on the menu for two
weeks. The player with the top-
selling burger at the end of the
season will win free, breakfast
.or lunch each',week-,:,for, the
remainder of the school year.
The Willows Caf6 is located
inside of the Lake Butler
Hospital, just inside the front
entrance. For more information
contact 386-496-2323, ext 230,
or www.LakeButlerHospital.
com. To vote for your favorite
burger visit www.facebook.com/
willowscafe.

Sardis Baptist
has free tables
On Saturday, Dec. 3, Sardis
Baptist Church will have free
items on the "Free Tables" for
all who come.
Donations in the form 'of
clothing and household goods.
with a special emphasis on
Christmas decorations are
requested.
Families and individuals are
encouraged to look and find,
whatever they may need on the


free tables. The event begins at
8 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. Sardis
Baptist Church is located on S.R.
121 in Worthington Springs.

Providence
homecoming set
Providence Village Baptist
Church will hold its homecoming
on Sunday, Nov. 20. Sunday
school will be at 9:15 a.m.,
worship service will be at 10:30
a.m., with a meal to follow.
PVBC is located at 4504 W.
S.R. 238 in Providence. Call 386-
758-2040 for more information
or check out the website at www.
providencevillage.org.


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Grace Christian Fellowship will
have a fall festival on Saturday, Nov.
26,from 2-4p.m.There will be slides,
games, a bounce house and hot dogs.
For more information contact 386-
496-2859 or visit wwwv.gcfbc.org.
All are welcome to attend.

School board
meeting
The Union County School
Board meeting will be held on
Tuesday, Nov. 22, at 5:45 p.m.
in the school board meeting
room located at the county office
across from Lake Butler Middle
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Food pantry
board meets
The Union County Food
Pantry will be holding a board
meeting on Saturday, Nov. 19,
at 1 p.m. at the pantry located on
735 E. Main St. in Lake Butler.
All are invited to attend.

Operation
Christmas
Child needs
your help
Dimple's is serving as a drop-
off location in Lake Butler.for
Operation Christmas Child-
the world's largest Christmas
project of its kind. Right now,
local volunteers are busy pre-
paring collection sites around
the city to receive some 150
gift-filled shoe boxes, packed
by Lake Butler residents with
toys, school supplies and ne-
cessity items for needy kids in
100 countries.
Pam Woodington, the volun-
teer who coordinates collection
Efforts in Lake Butler, can be
reached for questions or addi-
tional information at 386-496-
4951.

Medicare
counseling
offered
Now until Dec. 7, is Medi-
care's annual election period.
For assistance comparing
Medicare health and prescrip-
tion drug plans, call the Florida
Elder Helpline toll-free at 1-
800-963-5337.

Big Red Drive
accepting
apps.
The Big Red Christmas Drive
is now accepting applications
for less fortunate families to re-
ceive assistance for Christmas.
For more information or to
make a donation please call
386-266-8370. Please do not
call any county offices regard-


McKenzie Mobley, Lexi
Whithead and Shelby
McDowell help to count and
organize the total number
of canned goods collected
by LBMS students.


Early Deadline:
Monday, Nov.
21, at noon!


ingthe program.

Lions Club
hosts
fundraiser
The Lake Butler Lions Club
will be hosting a chicken and
rice dinner fundraiser.
The meal comes with chick-
en and rice, green beans, cole
slaw, bread and a dessert. Din-
ners will be $5 and will be sold
on Friday, Nov. 18, on the cor-
ner of S.R. 121 and S.R. 231
across from the Kangaroo store
in Sprinkle Field.
Proceeds will go toward in-
dividuals in need of eyeglasses.
The Lions Club meets on the
first and third Wednesday of
every month at Carter's Fried
Chicken at noon.

Farm-
City Week
planned
Union County's Farm-City
Week celebration will be Mon-
day, Nov. 21. The annual din-
ner will begin at 6 p.m.
Open to the entire commu-
nity, this event will take place
at the Lake Butler Community
Center. There will be a meal,
fellowship and a Thanksgiving
service conducted by the Union
County Ministerial Association.
The evening's guest speaker
will be Charlotte Emerson, di-
rector of student development
and recruitment with the Uni-
versity of Florida/IFAS.
Smoked chicken, 'tea and
desserts will be provided by
the Union County Farm Bureau
and the Union County Exten-
sion Office. Please bring a cov-
ered side dish that will serve at
least six people, along with a
serving utensil. All student 4-H
members should wear official
dress. For more information,
call 386-496-2321.

Commission
plans


meetings
The -Union


County


FOOD
Continued from Page 3A

The Union County Food !
Pantry is located at 125 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler. The pantry is
open every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Donations may be dropped off
directly at the pantry, at Roberts
Insurance or the Union County
Times.


Commission will hold its regular
meeting on Monday, Nov. 21, at
7 p.m. All meetings are held in
the commission meeting room
located inside the Union County
Courthouse.

Christmas
parade set
SThe annual city of Lake
Butler Christmas parade will
be Saturday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m.
Make plans now to participate.
Contact 386-496-3401 for
information.

Free
Medicare
counseling
service
offered
There will be a free Medicare
and Medicaid counseling meet-
ing held from 2-4 p.m. on the
second and fourth Wednesdays
of every month at the Union
County Health Department, lo-
cated at 495 E. Main St. in Lake
Butler.
The purpose of the counsel-
ing meeting is to assist Medi-
care and Medicaid recipients
with all of their paperwork
needs.
For general information,
please call the health depart-
ment at 386-496-3211.

UC Historical
Society seeks
memorabilia
The Union County Histori-
cal Society is seeking historical
items for its museum. Dona-


tions can be made every Mon-
day from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The museum is located in the
Townsend Building on S.R.
100 in Lake Butler.

UC Food
Pantry in
need of
donations
The Union County Food Pan-
try, located at 125 E. Main St.
in Lake Butler, is in desperate
need of food donations. The
pantry is also requesting dona-
tions of fans, since the loca-
tion is not air-conditioned. The
pantry is open every Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday from 8
a.m. to 12 p.m. Donations may
be dropped off directly at the
pantry, at Roberts Insurance or
the Union County Times.

School news
from UC...
This week's LBES Tiger
Cub names are: Tommy
:Robinson, Jessica Kingsbury,
Kadie Adams, Seth Tieken,
Taylar Silcox, Tamia Young,
India George, Macey Pinkston,
Landon Proffitt, Taylor
Whitaker, Zack Blanton, Dylan
Lovelace, Kiera Hunter, Sarah
Archer, Harley Leann Seay,
Quinten Fender, Clayton Hall,
Christian Simmons, Abigail
Gainey, Jake O'Steen, Kandace
Moppert, Morgan Tucker,
Harley Ann Seay, Karissa
Esford, Juliana Henderson,
Kaiden Croft, Krystyna
Kirkland, Nyasia Williams,
and Lindsey Harrison's entire
class.
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guardians, and family members
to attend the faculty and staff
volleyball game on Friday,
Nov. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Remember to bring lawn chairs
and sunglasses. Refreshments
and snacks will be available
with prices starting at 50 cents
each. There will be candy,
drinks, cotton candy, popcorn,
snow cones and more.All funds
raised will benefit the faculty,
staff,and students at LBES.
LBES staff would like to
thank Jenn Hendricks and IBM
for the $1,000 grant. The funds
from the grant were used to
purchase first grade books for
the library.
LBES would also like to
thank Florida State Prison and
Union Correctional Institution
for the recent donations of used
ink cartridges. Using a special
recycling program, these
cartridges can earn funds for
the school. Through the help
of local businesses such as FSP
and UCI, the school has earned
nearly $1,000 by recycling
cartridges for the past year and
a half. The funds earned
benefit all students and staff at
LBES. For more information on
the recycling program or how
you can donate items, please
contact Tammy Wilkerson at
386-496-3047.

Middle school
The area located on the street
by the gym on Lake Avenue is
a
no parking fire zone as ordered
by the fire marshal. The area
located behind the gym is for
faculty parking only. Both of
these areas are not the drop off/
pick :up areas. The drop off/
pick up area is the loop located
at the west side of the school
(to the right of the .school).


You may access this area from
Southwest 41h Avenue. LBMS
has staff on duty at this area for
students. To help ensure safety
of all students, please use the
designated drop off and pick up
location.

High school
These students were recently
recognized for receiving
certification in Microsoft
Word 2007 in Crystal Gunter's
business classes: Jordon
Gore, Kendrick Langford,
Nick Clemons, Quantrell
Myles, Waylon Griffis Garrett
Norman,
Cody Church, Aniston
Crawford, Andrew Thames,
Adam Young, Sam Jones,Gavin
Drawdy, Shelby Hopkins,
Amber. Regar, Brittany Hall,
Shelby- Wilkerson, Andrew
Veara, Chris Hamilton,
Daniela Trujillo, Austin Crews,
Michael Ellis, Brittany Tucker,
Ciz Neilson, Jacob Hedman,
Taylor Rowell, Narro Walker,
Champagne Blue, Dusty
Thomas, Raven Givens, Deanna
Parrish, Chase Wilkerson,
Madison Ellis, Selena
Chavarria. Brooke Lamb, Tide
Molina; Cody Miller, Molly
Pope and Sarah Starling.

Perplexity is the begin-
ning of knowledge.
Kahlil Gibran
S(1883-1931)


If you have knowledge,
let others light their
candles at it.
Margaret Fuller
(1810-1850)


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The debate surrounding abortion is in many ways a debate as
to when personhood begins. If it could be proved that an
unborn baby in the womb was a person, it would have to follow
that abortion is murder. The Bible is clear as to the status of
those in the womb. In Psalm 139:13-16, David describes his
formation and God's knowledge of him even in the womb. The
terms used to describe David in the womb are not "it," etc. but
"my inward parts," "me," "my frame," "1," and "my
substance." Such terms teach us that what was in the womb of
David's mother was not a lump of tissue but was David. The
same term "babe" is used to describe John in the womb of
Elizabeth and Jesus after He was born (Luke 1:41; 2:12). What
one is after his birth is the same thing he is prior to his birth.
Personhood begins not at birth but at conception making all
abortion, murder.

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CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL
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RIGHT: Charlie
Baker's 1970
Chevrolet
pickup earned
the top prize at '
a car show held
Nov. 5 as a
fundraiser for
the Relay for __
Life. BELOW
RIGHT: Baker <
accepts his
certificate from
show organizer
Mitchell Gunter.



Bradford Relay
for Life team
awards cars,
raises funs
The Downtown Girls, a
fundraising team for the Relay
for Life of Bradford County,
: raised approximately $700 at a
car show in downtown Starke
on Nov. 5, bringing the team's.
fundraising total so far this
-year to approximately $3,000.
S All types of vehicles ranging
;from rat rods, Impalas, early-
-model coupes, Lou Galli's
-drag-racing Mustang and the
.asphalt race cars of the local
Nickel and Dime team were
parked along Call Street.
rTrophies were handed out for
;first- through third-place, with
Charlie Baker and his 1970
;Chevrolet pickup claiming the
stop prize. Scott Burch and his
:1967 GTO took the the
fsecond-place trophy, while
_W.C. Rhoden and his 1934
,Ford coupe took third.
Daniel Salyers of Reddick
told event organizer Mitchell
IGunter he had so much fun he
couldn't wait to return next
year.
" The event also featured a
Kids' Choice award, that was
-voted on by 16 children. That
award went to Shawn Davis
and his rat rod coupe.
:- Beck of Starke showed off
its cars and helped sponsor
the eveht with vouchers for car
details and oil changes, while
the' Kiwanis Club of Starke
sold dinners and held a 50/50
drawing. The person who won
the drawing donated the*
winnings back to the Relay for
Life.
SGunter and Chrissy Allen-
Thompson handed out door
prizes to those who entered
vehicles consisting of hats,
shirts, Gator purses and gift


certificates. Prizes were
donated by sponsors Beck
Chevrolet and Chrysler of
Starke, Summit Racing,
Flowmaster, RockAuto.com,
' SCT, COMP CAMS, JEGS
and Leather and Lace of
Melrose.


Gunter thanked Vicki
Tucker, Chrissy and Ricky
Thompson, the city of Starke,
Niki Dever, all the vendors and
show judges Emmett Craig Jr.,
Frank Patterson and Terry
Vaughan for helping make the
event a success.


Mitchell Gunter (right) presents the Kids Choice
award to Shawn Davis.


2 Madison Co. officials removed


from office in voting scheme


BY BUSTER RAHN
Special to the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor
Gov. Rick Scott removed
two Madison County elected
officials last week for their
participation in voting
irregularities: Supervisor of
Elections Jada Woods
Williams and school board
member Abra Hill "Tina"
Johnson.
The two officials and eight
other Madison County
residents were arrested in a
voting scheme to assure the
election of Johnson to the
School Board.
Last November, the Florida
State Division of Elections
notified the Florida
Department of Law
Enforcement and the FBI
regarding possible fraud in the
District One school board race,
in which Johnson was the
winner. The irregularity
consisted of an excessive
number of absentee ballots cast
for Johnson, which tipped off
voting officials.
In addition to the two
elected officials, the eight
other participants arrested
were:
Judy Ann Crumitie, 51,
charged with four counts of
fraud and one count of
providing false information,
Laverne V. Haynes, 57,
charged with two counts of
fraud, two counts of perjury
and one count of providing a
false report to'law enforcement
officials.
Ora Bell Rivers, charged
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report to law enforcement
officials.
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(,Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Glenda Dawn Ashby, 33, of
Green Cove Springs was
arrested on Nov. 14 by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies on an
,'ut-of-county warrant. She
Was released Nov. 15.
Ular C. Banks, 52, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 9 by
Union County Sheriffs Office
(UCSO) deputies for felony
probation violation.
Robert Beall, 21, was
arrested Nov. 12 by Clay
County Sheriffs Office.
(CCSO) deputies. for
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription.
Marcus Kevin Bradley, 55,
)f Starke was arrested Nov. 8
3y Starke Police Department,
JSPD) officers for violation of
probation, battery, and
(ipnapping-false imprisonment
0f an adult. Bond was set at
'530,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Ronda Kimberly Bryant, 38,
Lf Starke was arrested Nov. 8
by BCSO deputies f6r escape.
She was released on Nov. 8.
-Tracy Nicole Bryant, 35, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear on a misdemeanor
charge. Bond was set ait$5,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Tiffaney Rochelle Burch,
36, of Starke was arrested on
Nov. 11 by SPD officers for
aggravated assault. Bond was


set at $5,000 and she remained
in jail as of press time.
Brandon Joseph Croft, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
UCSO deputies on Nov. 8 for
contempt of court.
Robert Lee Crews, 21, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by
SPD officers for possession of
narcotics equipment. He was
released Nov. 12.
Dwayne Versallies Dale, 28,
of Jacksonville was arrested by
Lawtey Police Department
Officers on Nov. 8 on an out-
of-county warrant. He was
released Nov. 8.
Steven Tyler Deason, 20, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by
SPD officers for disorderly
conduct. He was released
Nov. 12.
Bruce Eric Dickson, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested on
Nov. 8 by UCSO deputies for
fraud-false statement.
Kimberly Dickson, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested by
UCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant for contempt of
court and for driving while
license suspended or revoked-
habitual offender. Bond was
set at $1,060. As of press
time, she remained in jail.
James William Dixon, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
14 by UCSO deputies for
burglary and battery.
Kendrick Lamar Edwards,
39, of Sioux Falls, S.D. was
arrested Nov. 14 by SPD
officers on an out-of-county
warrant. He was released Nov.
15.
Vernon R. Goodwin, 38, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
SPD officers for dealing in
stolen property. Bond was set
at $10,000. He was released
Nov. 10.
Cornelius Charles Griffin,


57, of Starke was arrested
Nov. 12 by SPD officers for
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Allen Grimes, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 13 by CCSO deputies for
simple battery.
Charles Lamont Henderson,
34, of Starke was arrested by
SPD officers on Nov. 13 for
kidnapping-false imprisonment
of an adult, battery, and
aggravated assault. Bond was
set at $210,000. He remained
in jail as of press time.
Darius Alexander Jackson,
16, of Lake Butler was arrested
by UCSO deputies on Nov. 9
for larceny, burglary and grand
theft.
Sandra Elaine King, 57, of
Starke was arrested by BCSO
deputies on Nov. 14 on an out-
of-county warrant. Bond was
set at $30,000. She remained
in jail as of press time.
Zarah Elizabeth Lutz, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 11 by
SPD officers for retail theft.
Bond was set at $500. She


was released on Nov. I 1.
Christopher Lee Malone, 23,
of St. Cloud was arrested Nov.
8 by SPD officers for giving
false information to a law
enforcement officer during an
investigation. Bond was set at
$7,000 and he was released
Nov. 12.
Coy Martin, 34 of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 9 by
CCSO deputies for burglary.
Charlil Sharief McCastle,
15, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 9 by UCSO deputies for
larceny and burglary.
John Moore, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
on Nov. 14 by CCSO deputies
for DUI alcohol or drugs and
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Thomas Oliver Morrison,
52, was arrested Nov., 9 by
Florida Highway Patrol (FHP)
troopers for possession of
narcotics equipment. Bond
was set at $1,000. He
remained in jail as of press
.time.
Cristena N. Pauls, 32, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 9 by BCSO deputies for


larceny. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Jeffery Redding, 52, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by
SPD officers for a
misdemeanor probation
violation. He remained in jail
with no bond as of press time.
Sandra Danielle Stemm, 23,
of Hampton was arrested Nov.
10 by SPD officers on an out-
of-county warrant. She was
released Nov. 10.
Shawn Tracy, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies on Nov. 12
for disorderly intoxication.


Lloyd Nelson Wayland, 52,
of Dade City was arrested by
Hampton Police Department
officers on Nov. 8 for.an out-
of-county warrant. He was
released Nov. 8.
Kenneth Wells, 20, of Starke
was arrested Nov.- 12 on an
out-of-county warrant by SPD
officers. He was released Nov.
,12.
Catherine Ann Willingham,
41, of Waldo was arrested
Nov. 8 by BCSO deputies for a
misdemeanor probation
violation. She was released
Nov. 13.


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4B Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011


Jordane Spitze
sends the ball
over the net for
Union County
in its loss to
Crescent City in
the Class 1A
regional finals.


Tigers miss out on


trip to state semis


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Keystone's

Colaw barely

misses out on

state berth
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights cross
country runner Madison Colaw
missed out on qualifying for
the state finals by one place at
the Region 2-Class 2A
championship meet on Nov. 12
in Brooksville.
The top 15 runners at the
meet will move on to state.
Colaw placed 16'" with a time
of 21:21.82, finishing"behind
Victoria Baker of Pasco, who
had a time of 21:20.52.
Keystone's girls' team
placed ninth out of II schools
with a score of 223. Emily
Schaul placed 44'" with a time
of 22:45.89, while Jennie Getz
was 51st with a time of
23:00.70.
Also, Erika Dingman had a
time of 26:27.06, while Kayla
Sheffield and Anika Henanger
had times of 26:37.47 and
29:09.70, respectively.
Bishop Moore won the
regional championship with a
score of 64. Mount Dora's


Ashley Heitling was tht top
runner with a time of 18:31.55.

Bradford caps

season in cross

country at

regional meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Both Bradford boys' and
girls' cross country teams
competed at the Region I-
Class 2A championship meet
on Nov. 12 in Lake City, with
Andy Merrill and Amanda
Hall leading the way for their
respective teams.
The top 15 runners in each
race earned the right to move
on to the state finals. Though
none from Bradford will be
moving on, coach John Loper
said it wasn't for a lack of
effort as six runners from the
two teams recorded personal-
record times.
Loper said the effort he and
coach Scott Weispfennig
witnessed made the meet a joy.
"They just ran as hard as
they could," Loper said of the
runners, adding that though all
didn't set PRs, "They


definitely pushed to try and do
so."
Merrill came the closest to
qualifying for state for
Bradford with a 27'h-place
finish and time of 17:19.45.
Thomas Hales and John
Gillenwaters placed 52nd and
56"', respectively, for Bradford
with times of 18:09.34 and
18:23.63, while Austin
Whitehead and Brian
Copeland had times of
20:53.18 and 22:52.12,
respectively. Hales and
Copeland set PRs.
For the girls' team, Hall had
a PR of 21:03.81 to place 34th.
Sarah Frederick was not far
behind, placing 391h with a PR
of 21:30.15. Rachael Ricker
had a time of 23:48.04, while
Autumn Rodgers and Destiny
Trentham had times of
25:01.51 and 26:20.37,
respectively. Ricker and
Trentham both set PRs.
Both Bradford teams placed
12th in the team standings, with
the boys compiling a score of
305 and the girls finishing with
a 307 score. Bishop Kenny
won the boys' championship
with a score of 58, while
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championship with a score of


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was an electric atmosphere
at the Union County High
School gymnasium, but the
Tigers just couldn't get their
offense on track in a 3-0 (25-
22, 25-21, 25-17) loss to
Crescent City in a Class 1A
volleyball regional
championship match on Nov.
12.
The Tigers (18-10) were
actually j.i good position to
win the first two sets, but
struggled throughout the match
with setting their hitters up for
opportunities. Union had 20
kills for the entire match.
"We had a lot of, sets that
were going close to the net that
girls couldn't make plays on,"
assistant coach Angela Griffis
said. "The other' team was
Coming over and putting it
back in our court."
Jordane Spitze had .two
: consecutive kills to start the
third set, but the Raiders (22-6)
rolled to a 21-9 lead before
winning by eight.
"We just played flat," Union
head coach Trudy Andrews
said.'
Union trailed 8-5 in the first
set until a kill by Spitze-forced '
sideout. The Tigers then
scored four points with Macee
Worthington serving, with
Worthington recording two
straight aces. Later, it was a
17-17 game with the Tigers'
Lindsey Hanson serving. A tip
and a kill by Harden helped
Union build a 19-17 lead.
Harden had a kill on the
defensive end to force a
sideout with the Tigers up 21-
18. A passing error by
Crescent City made it 22-18
before the Raiders' Kayshia
Brady forced sideout with a
kill. Crescent City then scored
six points with Vicktoria
Williams serving to win 25-22.
.7Brady had a kill and a block of
Union's Emily Akridge during
the winning rally, while
Brittany Guerrero had the set-
winning .kill.-
The Tigers had a 12-7 lead
in the second set after scoring
three points with Worthington
serving,. Later, with a 16-12
lead, Union scored three points
with.Spitze serving.
: After forcing sideout, the
Raiders scored eight points to
take a 21-19 lead. Brady had
:two .s-agt .i;Jlls during that
span,.but every other point was
the result'of a Union error.
The Tigers:held serve twice
after the :Raiders', run, but
could not score. Crescent City
closed out-the set with Zhane
'. 7


Ashlyn Harden serves
for the Tigers.


Brown's service ace just inside
the back line.
Crescent City fell behind 2-0
in the third set on Spitze's two
kills, but scored 24 of the next
31 points to go up 24-9. The
Tigers made things interesting
with Harden serving, scoring
seven points. Harden had an
-ace, while the Raiders
committed errors on the other
points, including passing errors
on two free balls.
The Raiders finally got
match point with Malayshia
Rossie's kill.
Harden finished the match
with 11 service points, three
aces, 12 digs and seven kills,
while Spitze had five kills and

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Loper said it was tough
watching Merrill, a senior, not
qualify for state. He said
Merrill, in essence, has been
the face of the program during
his time of participation.
"It was heartbreaking
because we wanted to see
Andy go out the way he
wanted to. go out, but that
doesn't always happen," Loper
said.
Merrill, though, is not done
running, as he will take part in
the South Regional of the
Footlocker Cross Country
*Championships on Saturday,
Nov. 26, in Charlotte, N.C.
"He's still training right now
to run at that on his own,"
Loper said.
Overall, though, Loper said
it was a great season, and one
that was made so with the
support of a lot of people.
Loper thanked all those who
contributed or supported the
program in some way and
especially thanked the parents
who did so.
"Without them, we don't
have a team," Loper said.
'They were very good to us
this year."






Thursday, Nov. 17,2011 Telegraph, Times &t Monitor B Section SB


Card of Thanksr
The family of the late
Kwambea N. Strong
would like to give heart-
felt thanks for all the acts
of kindness during our
time of bereavement. We
are thankful fbr all the
compassionate words,
food items, flowers and
visits. Each act of love is
greatly appreciated Spe-
cial thanksto the Lawtey
Police Department and
.Bradford County Sheriff's
Office. Again, words can-
.not express our thanks
during this time.
The Strong family




A special "thank you"
from the Wheeler family:
We would like to thank all
of our family and friends
for all their kindness and
support. They saved our
family in this time of need
A very heartfelt "thank
you "for all the flowers
and food. A special thanks
to our Lord, all the fam-
ily and friends at Bible
Baptist Church, Camp
Blanding staff co-workers
andArchie Tanner Funeral
Home.

A special message for all:
A Poem
In life you alwaystchase a
dream.
You are living a dream.
Always, the Lord controls
-everything in life and
death,
But it's not death' it's life.
You will always chase that
dream.
It may not be in this life,
but- in the eternal life.
-Love the one you're with.
'A special message written
by Gary Wheeler.


Obituaries


Prova Amburgey
WALDO-Prova James Ambur-
gey, 68, of Waldo passed away on
Saturday, Nov. 12, 2011, at E.T.
York Haven Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Mr. Amburgey came to
Gainesville in 1966 and worked in
the dry cleaning business. In 1976,
he moved to Lynchburg, Va., to
attend Liberty BaptistCollege and
was commissioned as an officer in
the Salvation Army in 1983. He
retired due to poor health in 2006
and moved back to Alachua County.
He was active with the Child Evan-
gelism program.
Mr. Amburgey is survived by: his
wife of 49 years, Helen Adams
Amburgey; children, James Rodney
(Brandy) Amburgey of Sultan,
Wash., Jarod Benton "Jay" (Kelly)
Amburgey of Keystone Heights,
and Dana Sloan (Tom) Polk of Al-
bany, Ga.; siblings, Jerry W.
(Evalea) Amburgey and Patricia
(Jim) Adams, both of Gainesville;
arid six grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Prova and Mabel Ambur-
gey.
Funeral services for Mr. Ambur-
gey were held on Nov. 16 at Coun-
tryside Baptist Church with pastors
Bill and Gene Keith conducting the
services. Burial followed the serv-
ices at Countryside Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations may
be made to the Countryside Baptist
Church building fund at 10926
N.W. 39th Ave., Gainesville, FL
32606, or Child Evangelism of
North Central Florida.
Arrangements are under the care
of Morning Funeral Home of
Melrose.

Louise Bell
MELROSE-Louise Edwards
Bell, 97, of Melrose passed away
Sunday, Nov. 13, 2011, at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home in Starke.
Mrs. Bell was born on Feb. I1,
1914, in Starke to the late William
Mitchel and Delceta Cellon Ed-
wards and was a lifelong area resi-
dent. She was a homemaker and a
member of Keystone Heights
Church of Christ.
She was preceded in death by her
husband of 62 years, Jack Bell.
She is survived by: her son, Rob-
ert H. (Carolyn) Bell of Melrose;
her granddaughter Joy Carol Bell of
Melrose; and two great-
grandchildren.'
Funeral services for Mrs. Bell
will be Saturday, Nov. 19, at II


a.m. in the Keystone Heights
Church of Christ with Daniel Har-
din and Robert Hatton conducting
the services. The family will receive
friends at the church beginning at 10
a.m. prior to the service. Interment
will follow in Crosby Lake Ceme-
tery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be made to Haven Hospice,
4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
FL 32606. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke. Online condo-
lences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Papi Dominguez
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Diego
"Papi" Dominguez, 69, of Keystone
Heights passed away suddenly at his
home on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011.
Mr. Dominguez was born in
Cuba on June 1, 1942, to the late
Reinerio and Susanna Dominguez.
He was a master mason of the
Grand Lodge of Cuba and the His-
panic American Union Lodge of
Cuba 1965.
Mr. Dominguez retired as a car-
penter, mechanic, and craftsman..
He is survived by his wife of 34
years, Consuelo; children, Grisell,
Connie, Nancy and David; siblings.
Delma, Daisy, Digne and Dio; eight
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
Funeral services for Mr. Domin-
guez were held on Nov. 11 in the
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
chapel with Donald Fitzgerald con-
ducting the services. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Key-
stone Heights.

Gary Hutson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- Gary
Edward Hutson, 56, of Keystone
Heights passed away Friday, Nov.
11, 2011, at the Orange Park Medi-
cal Center.
Mr. Hutson was born on Aug. 11,
1955, to William and Mary Brant
Hutson in Jacksonville. He was a
carpenter and was a member of the
Woodlawn Baptist Church.


He is survived by: his wife, San-
dra E. Hutson; his mother, Mary
Hutson; sons, Gary Hutson II, Jason
Corbett and Jesse Hylton; daugh-
ters, Mylea (Brian) Dutcher, Sara
llutson, Stacy (Joseph) Iarracks
and Jessica Hylton; brothers, Char-
les Hutson, Michael (Gail) Hutson,
Stephen Hutson and Phillip (Susan)
Hutson; and six grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held
on Thursday, Nov. 17, at II a.m. in
Lake Hill Baptist Church with Pas-
tor Jim Snell conducting the serv-
ices. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights. Online
condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Anzle B. Mead
MELROSE-Anzle B. Mead
passed away at her Melrose home at
the age of 99 on Wednesday, Nov.
9, 2011. She was born on May 19,
1912, in Worchester, Mass., to
George Butler and Louise Easton
Smith.
She was raised in Manhattan and
Waccabuc, N.Y., and Ormond
Beach. The Ormond Beach Histori-
cal Society, through a taped oral
history interview, recently docu-
mented her memories of her time in
Ormond Beach.
. As a young woman, Anzle at-
tended boarding school in Germany.
She developed a lifelong love of
travel, especially camping. She
toured extensively in the U.S. and.
Canada and as far away as .New
Zealand and Australia.
From 1948 until 1976, Anzle re-
sided in Vero Beach. As owner of
Mead's Store, she designed, manu-
factured and marketed original shell
jewelry pieces all over the Southern
U.S. It was in Vero Beach, at the


age of 62, she took an interest in
painting and became a prolific artist.
A sample of her art was recently
displayed in the Melrose Library
and her art is in homes and busi-
nesses across the U.S. and Canada.
In 1976, she sold Mead's Store
and retired to Melrose. As a rancher,
she raised cattle and a menagerie of
other animals. At Santa Fe Mead-
ows, Anzle also boarded horses, the
animals she came to love as a young
girl. She learned to ride at a young
age and rode well into her 60s. An-
zle provided a retirement home for
aged horses on her Melrose ranch
and horses became a favorite sub-
ject in her art.
She also loved bridge and played
regularly with her Melrose and
Keystone Heights friends. She was
quite the chef and loved picnics and
entertaining close friends. She was
well read and discussed books until
the end. She was a great storyteller
and entertained her friends and fam-
ily with tales of her life and travels.
She is survived by: a son, George


Studwell (Gisele) Mead; a surrogate
daughter, Wanda Beth Weintraub; a
nephew. Perry Butler; a niece, Lou
Douglas: a surrogate nephew, Tony
(Sue) Gilyard; surrogate nieces,
Diane "Dee Dee" Hopper and
Yvonne Gilyard; additional family,
and a vast network of loving
friends.
She was preceded in death by her
grandfather and namesake, Col.
Fergus Anzle Easton, a Civil War
officer in the 6th N.Y. Cavalry, and
his wife, Jean C Easton; her parents:
her sister, Louise "Chub" Smith
Butler; and her surrogate nephew
Kent Gilyard.
Her family and friends will cele-
brate her life at her home with an
open house on Saturday, Nov. 19,
from 10:30 am.-4 p.m.
SArrangements are under the care
of Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
Downtown. For further information,
call the funeral home at 352-376-
7556.
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'Obituaries


Charles Parrish
LAKE BUTLER-Charles
Melvin Parrish, 52. of Lake Butler
passed away on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
2011. at his home near Providence
in. Union County.
Mr. Parrish was born in Jackson-
ville and lived most of his life in
High Springs. He lived in Lake
Butler for the past three years. iHe
was a brick mason and attended the
Church of God.
Mr. Parrish was preceded in
death by his brother. Carlton Par-
rish, and his sister, Nancy Ruth
Ollar.
Mr. Parrish is survived by: his
.wife of 26 years, Barbara Heath
Parrish; his parents, Curtis and
.N*iomi Grace Parrish of Lake City:
a.Adaughter, Samantha Warner of
Like City; a son, Curtis Melvin
Piirish Jr. of Ft. White; stepdaugh-
t6s, Christy Wickham of Branford
and Angela Howard of Ohio; a
birther, Terry Allen Parrish of Ft.
White; sisters, Nelda Jean Waldron
o Lulu and Helen Annette Beavins
olrLake City; and eight grandchil-
d&tn.
:Funeral services were held Nov.
1$5at Archer Funeral Home in Lake
Butler with the Rev. Rosanna Bar-
nett conducting the services. Burial
followed in Elzey Chapel Cemetery.

XEddie Smith
ABBEVILLE, Ala.-Eddie Lee
'Smith Jr:, 49, of Abbeville, Ala.,
.died Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011, at the
'Henry County Health and Rehabili-
1tation Center in Abbeville following
,an extended illness.
SMr. Smith was bor in Tampa on
:May 2, 1962, and lived most of his
life in Bonifay before moving to
;Alabama. He was a veteran of the
,U.S. Army, who spent 19 years
serving with the 153"' Brigade.. He"
also served in the Gulf War. He was
of.the Baptist faith.
Mr. Smith was preceded in death
iby his father, Eddie Lee Smith Sr.
: :He is survived by: his mother,
Mvary H. Smith of Tampa; his for-
mer wives, Maggie W.oodham and
Teresa Pittman; his wife, Tina
C6ek; daughters, Shelley Marie
(Victor) Abrams of Michigan, Amy
.Michelle (Joel) Nornman of Raiford,
nand Dana Michelle Pritchard of
!Georgia; sons, Christopher Lee
'Amanda) Smith of Jacksonville,
;Eddie Lee Smith III of Eufaula,
Sla., and Ryan (Heather) Cook of
Jacksonville; sisters, Diana Vickers,
1iazel Lynn, Theresa Marshall,
Catherine Moody and Debbie Stone;
brothers, Richard Moody, Chuck
Smith and Randy Smith; 22 grand-
ghildren and one great-
granddaughter.
SFuneral services were held Nov.
II at Pine Grove Congregational
Methodist Church near Raiford with
Joel Norman and the Rev. Larry
Finley conducting the services.
Burial followed at Pine Grove
Cemetery.
SArrangements were under the
rare of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Cameron Sumner
MELROSE-Cameron Kyle
Sumner, 23, of Melrose passed
away Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011, in
Gainesville.
He was born on June 30, 1988, in


Orange Park and was a member of
the Full Gospel Assembly in Lake
Butler.
He is survived by: his parents,
Carl Clifton Suimner Jr. of Keystone
Heights and Deborah Tomlinson
SWilley of Melrose; a sister, Kristi
Sumner of Starke: his maternal
grandmother, Frances G. Tomlinson
of Melrose; paternal grandparents,
Carl and Gloria Sumner of Key-
stone Heights and Lettie Faye Jef-
fers of Starke.
Mr. Sumner was preceded in
death by his aunt, Tammy Olive, his
grandfather, Wilbert Tomlinson,
and his cousin, Toni Lynn.
Funeral services were held Nov.
15 at the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home in Keystone Heights with
Marvin Sellers conducting the serv-
ices. Burial followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Kev-
stone Heights.


Theresa Ann Tew


Theresa Tew.
LAWTEY- Theresa Ann Tew,
45, of Lawtey passed away Sunday,
Nov: 13, 2011, at Shands UF.
She was born in Jacksonville on
Feb. 2, 1966, to the late Wiley
Brewer and Vera Donn. Theresa
was an artist who has numerous


fiberglass sculptures on display at
Universal Studios, Islands of Ad-
venture, and throughout Gainesville.
She enjoyed watching courl shows
and Lifetime and traveling to St.
Augustine Beach. Theresa loved her
family and her pets dearly, espe-
cially her clog. Chloe.
She is survived by: her loving
husband of 23 years, Ronnie Tew of
Lawtey; her children. Hollie Tew of
Jacksonville, Winston Dale
(Heather) Herring of Lawtey,
Amanda (Beth Peeples) Newman of
Kingsland, Ga., and Jeremy Tew of
Lawtey; her brothers, Wiley, Steven
and Matthew Brewer; her sister,
Lori Bosarge; her brother-in-law,
Larry W. Tew; her nephew, Robert
Kyle Benton; and her dog, Chloe.
A private memorial visitation was
held on Wednesday, Nov. 16, from
5-7 p.m. at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services in Starke. Arrangements
are under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
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PAID OBITUARY


Charlotte Wallace
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Charlotte Oliver Wallace, 86, of the
Post Master's Village ih Keystone,
Heights passed away at the Shands
Starke hospital on Wednesday, Nov.
9,2011.
Mrs. Wallace was born on June
12, 1925, in Pratt, W.Va., to the late
Merle and Hazel Mooney Oliver Sr.
She had been a resident of the Post
Master's Village since 1991, after
moving there from Ansted, W.Va.
She was also involved with the
Lighthouse Global Ministries in
Waldo. Prior to her retirement, Mrs.
Wallace was a post master for the
United States Postal Service in West
Virginia.
She is survived by: her husband
of 68 years, Charles William
Wallace Jr.; a daughter, Ann (Ed)
Perry of Keystone Heights; a son,
David (Debra) Wallace a of Holden,
W.Va.; siblings, Merle Oliver Jr.
and Lois (Ronald) Cottrell. all of
Pratt, W.Va.; three grandsons, two
step-grandsons. and six great-


grandchildren.
Funeral services lbr Mrs. Wallace
were held on Nov. 12 in the Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home chapel
with Pastor Joe Murphy conducting
the services. Burial followed at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers the family is
requesting contributions be made to
the Alzheimer's Research Founda-
tion, 4510 N.W. Sixth Place, Suite
100 B, Gainesville, FL 32607. Ar-
rangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Keystone Heights.

Cedric Wildes
BALDWIN-Cedric Wildes, 86,
of Baldwin passed away Friday,
Nov. 11. 2011, at the Jane Adams
House Assisted Living in Fer-
nandina Beach following an ex-
tended illness.
Mr. Wildes was born in Way-
cross, Ga., but lived most of his life
in Lake Butler and Baldwin. Prior to
retirement, he worked with Hercules
Powder Company and the U.S.
Postal Service. He was a U.S. Navy
veteran of World War II and was a
member of Free and Accepted Ma-
sons Lodge #217 in Baldwin. He
was also a member of the First


United Methodist Church of
Baldwin.
He was preceded in death by his
first wife, Barbara Andrews Wildes,
and a daughter, Faye W. Todd.
Mr. Wildes is survived by: his
wife, Rosie Driggers Wildes of
Baldwin; a son, Lamar (Jennifer)
Wildes of Femandina Beach; a
stepdaughter, Melanie (Dan) Davis
of Raiford; brothers, Edward Wildes
of Orlando and Grady Wildes of
Waycross, Ga.; 10 grandchildren
and 13 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
on Thursday, Nov. 17, from 6-7
p.m. at Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler.


A memorial service will be held
on Friday, Nov. 18, at 11 a.m. at the
Baldwin United Methodist Church.
A graveside service will "follow at
2:30 p.m. at Dekle Cemetery in
Lake Butler with the Rev. Dan
Search conducting the services.
The family requests that, in lieu
of flowers, donations be made to the
Baldwin United Methodist Church
building fund, 51 Chestnut St.
South, Baldwin, FL 32234-1800 or
to Community Hospice of Northeast
Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jack-
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Keystone caps season with 56-14 win over Blue Wave


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights rolled up
more than 400 yards of
offense-with Alex Gonzales
rushing for 175 yards and four
touchdowns-as the Indians
put a successful cap on a
turnaround season with a 56-
14 win over visiting P.K.
Yonge on Nov. 10.
The Indians (6-3) also got
two touchdowns and 74 yards
from fullback Bruce Kirksey in
improving upon its 2-8 record
in 2010.
Head coach Chuck
Dickinson admitted he didn't
know how his team would play
;having not only played in a
.district shootout on the
Monday before the game,
which gave the Indians only
two full days to prepare for the
Blue Wave, but losing in the
first quarter of that shootout
and missing out on a playoff
berth.
Any concerns were erased
early with a game-opening, 79-
yard touchdown drive.
"I didn't have a good feeling
coming in tonight," Dickinson
said, "but the kids came out
and played card."
Keystone scored on all five
of its first-half drives-minus
a one-play possession that had
quarterback Evan Harvey take
a knee going into the half-
with Gonzales capping the first
four with touchdown runs.
It was the second straight


Garrett McGee and Logan Stanley make a tackle for
the Indians.


game in which Gonzales
rushed for four scores.
Gonzales, as a junior, is
cause for excitement
concerning next year's team,
but Dickinson said this year's
senior class will be missed. He
credited those players with this
year's turnaround.
"They got us back to where
we need to be, or started in the
right direction from the year


Tight end
Matthew
Dickinson
makes a catch
for the Indians
in the season-
ending, 42-
point win over
P.K. Yonge.


TIGERS
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assists to go along with 14
digs, seven service points and
Four aces.
Though the loss was
disappointing, Andrews said
nothing could be taken away
from what her players
accomplished this season. The
Tigers won their first-ever
district championship and were
one win away from advancing
to the state semifinals for the
first time in school history.
"We're extremely proud of
.them," Andrews said. "We've
had a' tremendous season.
We've ', accomplished
something no other team has
accomplished in Union
County. Tonight, we just
:couldn't get in a groove, but
hey, .our season has been
tremendous."


before," Dickinson said. "We
have 17 seniors on this team.
They committed to having a
successful year."
The turnaround had
Keystone in the mix for a
playoff berth, but it didn't
quite happen as the Indians,
tied for second in District 4-
4A, could not advance in the
Nov. 7 shootout eventually
won by Bradford.
Dickinson said the players
have nothing to hang their
heads about.
"I think they can take solace
in the fact they beat three
teams this year that are in the
playoffs," Dickinson said.
Keystone's first scoring
drive was dominated by
Gonzales, who picked up two
first downs with runs before
Julius' 20-yard reception gave
the Indians a first down at the
P.K. Yonge 20. Gonzales had a
13-yard run that set up his 7-
yard touchdown run at the 8:50
mark of the opening quarter.
Tucker McLean, connected on
the first of his six PATs to
make it a 7-0 game.
The Blue Wave went three-
and-out on its first series.
Keystone, upon getting the ball
back, responded with a Il-
play, 65-yard scoring drive.
Julius had three receptions for
21 yards, while Gonzales
capped the drive by taking a
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scooting down the sideline for
a 22-yard touchdown with 2:21
to play in the first.
P.K. Yonge quarterback
D'karas Fields scored on a 55-
yard run to make it a 14-7, but
the Blue Wave would not
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A 20-yard run by Gonzales
and personal foul penalty on
the Blue Wave had Keystone
on the move again. Gonzales
had five carries on'the drive,
gaining 50 yards and scoring
on a 13-yard run early in the
second quarter.
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P.K. Yonge fumble on the
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Wave 24. A 10-yard reception
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but Keystone's Sam Anderson


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Following an incompletion,
Nick Verschaeve sacked Fields
for an 8-yard loss. Verschaeve
then made the tackle on a fake-
punt attempt, which resulted in
a loss of 8 yards.
Keystone was in scoring
position quickly following the
turnover on downs. A 27-yard
run by Gonzales and
subsequent personal foul
penalty gave the Indians a first
down at the 8-yard line. The
Indians lost a yard on the
following play, but Harvey
tossed a touchdown pass to


Julius on second down.
McLean's PAT put the Indians
up 35-7 with 1:07 left in the
half.
Keystone's defense closed
out the half with Verschaeve
getting another sack and
Holden Huggins intercepting a
pass.
The Indians forced five
turnovers in all-one of which'
occurred on the opening drive
of the second half when John
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Brooker Fire
Department to
host turkey
shoot Saturday
The Brooker Volunteer Fire
Department will host a turkey-
shoot fundraiser on Saturday,
Nov. 19, at 8 a.m. across from
the daycare center in Brooker
on S.R. 231.
Bring a shotgun.
Ammunition will be provided.
Gina will be serving her
famous chicken and rice.
.For more information,
please call 352-682-6972.

1Bradford Co.
'Education
Foundation
poinsettia sale
returns
'The Bradford County
Education Foundation's fourth
aqilual poinsettia sale returns
thi year, with plants priced at
$ f each.
If you live in the local area,
foundation members will
deliver the plants to you on
Thursday, Dec. 1. Otherwise,
the plants may be picked up at
Capital City Bank in Starke on
Friday, Dec. 2, beginning at 9
a.in.
:Contact any Bradford
County Education Foundation
member or Julee Tinsler at the
school district office (904-966-
602'5) to order your
Poinsettias.

Enjoy hunting
talk, chili at
Thursday
Crosshorn
meeting
This Thursday, Nov. 17,
Crosshorn Ministries will host
ar meeting that will serve up
chili and cover all things
hunting at the Starke Golf and
;Country Club at 7 p.m.
The interactive meeting will
include a panel that will cover
'various hunting topics, tips,
strategies and ideas you can
:use for your next outdoors
:adventure. There will be a
:question-and-answer session as
,well as a show-and-tell session
:that has been renamed the
;"Drag (It In) and Brag"
session.
You may bring your recent
'deer antlers and tell a quick
:version of your story.
SChili and the fixin's will be
provided, but you are
encouraged to bring snacks,
desserts and/or drinks.
Crosshorn Ministries is open
:to males of all ages, providing
,a forum for outdoors talk,
fellowship and Bible study.
:For more information, please
visit, the website www.
crosshornrministries. org, or
;cohtaCt Johni Whitfield by
caiing ..352-475-1904 or
sending . e-mail to
huntfishwriter@aol.com.


Social Announcements

1 l I Hendricks
celebrate 60th
The children and grandchil-
dren of Bryan and Jeanette Hen-
dricks invite everyone to attend
the celebration of the couple's
60th wedding anniversary.
The event will be held on
Sunday, Nov. 20, from 3-5 p.m.
at the Lak6 Butler Church of
Christ fellowship hall.
You presence would be their
S treasured gift.


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Mr. and Mrs. John Pietkiewicz

Riddick, Pietkiewicz are married


Kelly. Riddick and John Piet-
kiewicz were married on Aug. 6,
2011, in the First Baptist Church
of Starke.
The bride is the daughter of
Danny and Sheryl Riddick of
Hampton. She graduated from
Bradford High School and Fla-
gler College, where she received
a bachelor's degree in business
administration.
The groom is the son of Stan
and Kathy Pietkiewicz of Winter
Park. He graduated from Winter
Park High School and Flagler
College, where he also received
a bachelor's degree in business
administration.
The ceremony was performed
by Pastor Rodney Coe and the


Starke Rotary
golf tourney is
set for Friday
The Rotary Club of Starke
will host its annual golf
tournament on Friday, Nov.
18, at the Starke Golf and
Country Club.
Prizes will be awarded to
first-, second- and third-place
teams. There will also be door
prizes and prizes fot the
longest drive and closest to the
pin.
The cost to enter the
tournament-a four-person
scramble format that has a
shotgun start at 8:30 a.m.-is
$50 per person. Cart and lunch
are included in the cost. A
beverage cart will be made
available during play.
Hlile sponsors are still
needed. To sponsor or register
to ,.play,' please call Jesse
Gathright at 904-545-6403, or
send email to
jesse@ americandreamflorida.
com.
All proceeds will help the
Rotary Club of Starke fund
local and international
projects.


bride's father gave her in mar-
riage. Music was provided by
Mary Dennison and Brandi and
Ariel LeVasseur.
The maid of honor was Jerrica
Revels and bridesmaids were
Chasity Whitaker, Jessica Best,
Holly Tew, Katelyn Guinsler,
Kate Pietkiewicz and Anne
Pietkiewicz.
The best man was David Piet-
kiewicz and groomsihen were
Clayton Riddick, Sieron Dottin,
Justin Ortagus, J.P. Clark, Chris
Ryan, Adam Tidal and Andrew
Lockhart. Ring bearer was Judah
LeVasseur.
The couple honeymooned in
Long Boat Key and now resides
in Winter Park.


Volunteers
needed for
Salvation Army
bell-ringing
campaign
The Salvation Army's
annual holiday fundraiser is set
to begin, and volunteers are
still needed to help ring the
bell in Bradford and Union
counties.
The campaign in Starke
begins Friday, Nov. 25, and
will be held every day except
Sunday through Saturday, Dec.
24, from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. at
the following 'locations:
Walmart (both entrances) and
Winn Dixie. In Lake Butler,
the campaign will be held on
Saturday, beginning Dec. 3.
Volunteers are usually
asked for a two-hour
commitment.
If you are interested in
assisting, please call .Terry
Blakeslee at 904-364-8628 or
Cheryl Canova at 904-964-
5382.


Ethan Griffis
Kristin and Billy Griffis of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Ethan James Griffis,
on Sunday, Oct. 30, 2011, in
Gainesville. He joins a sister,
Laney Griffis.
Maternal grandparents are
Janine Manning of Brooker and
the late Bruce Manning. Mater-
nal great-grandparents are Mary
Sue Willingham and Otis and
.Dee Tetstone, all ofBrooker.
Paternal grandparents are
Sheila and Mitchell Griffis of
Lawtey. Paternal great-grand-
parents are Gennell Starling of
Starke and the late U.L. Star-
ling.

Card of Thanks
Words cannot describe
what being a part of this
wonderful town means
to us. We would like to
thank all of Lake Butler
for all of their support
and prayers. While we
still have a long road to
go (after the accident)
with God by our side and
all ofyou, we know we
can rake it. We are truly
blessed to be part of this
community.
Amy, Brian, Clay,
Deanna, Eric and Brett
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Tornadoes cap regular season with 41-24 loss to 'Cats


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Baker County
scored three touchdowns in an
approximate. seven-minute
span and got five touchdown
passes overall from
quarterback Thomas Sirk in
defeating Bradford 41-24 in
the regular-season finale for
both teams on Nov. 11.
The Wildcats amassed 469
yards, with most of that
coming from Sirk, who
completed 29 of 36 passes for
354 yards.
"They're bigger, stronger
and faster than us right now,
Bradford head coach Derek
'Chipoletti said. "That's all
there is to it."
It was a 10-all game, but the
Wildcats scored twice in the
final 4:47 of the first half to go
into the locker room up by 14.
The score that broke the tie
was set upby an interception
at the Bradford 37-yard line.
Baker added to its lead by
scoring less than three minutes
into the third quarter.
"We could've gone in tied at
halftime, and we throw a pick
that gives them good field
position," Chipoletti said. "It
snowballed after that."
The Wildcats struck first
after receiving the opening
kickoff. They were facing a
second-and-28 from their own
10 after a holding penalty, but
Sirk was able to hook up with
Kendrick Singleton along the
sideline, with the receiver
sprinting his way toward a 90-
yard touchdown that put the
Wildcats up 7-0 after Jeremy
Wannamaker's PAT.
A 19-yard reception by
Brandon Thomas gave the
Tornadoes a first down at the
Baker 35 on their first series of
the game, but they were
eventually forced to punt.
However, the offense got the
ball back when the defense
forced the Wildcats to go three
and out.
The ensuing punt had
Bradford starting its second
drive at the Baker 45. A 5-yard
run by quarterback Austin
Chipoletti was followed by his
23-yard pass to Kenny
Dinkins. A personal foul
penalty on Baker one play later
put the Tornadoes at the 8-yard
line. A 7-yard reception by
Deantr Burch 'set up
Chipoletti's 1-yard .touchdown
plunge. Nate Smith's PAT tied
the game at the 3:58 mark of
the first quarter.


Wannamaker put the
Wildcats in the red zone with a
35-yard run to the Bradford 10.
However, Baker had to settle
for a 26-yard" field goal by
Wannamaker with 1:24 to play
in the opening quarter.
A 32-yard kickoff return by
Isaiah Jamison put the
Tornadoes in good field
position for their next series at
their own 42. A 13-yard
reception by Clayton-who led
Bradford with seven receptions
for 65 yards-resulted in a first
down at the Baker 45. A
personal foul penalty on the
Wildcats then moved the
Tornadoes to the 28. Thomas,
who finished with four
receptions for 49.yards, had a
catch good for 17 yards to the
11 to help set up an eventual
25-yard field goal by Smith.
The kick tied the score at 10-
all five seconds into the second
quarter.
Bradford's defense forced
the Wildcats to punt on the
next series. The Tornadoes,
backed up at their own 14,
were able to get a first down
on a 10-yard reception by
Thomas, but turned the ball
over on an interception by
Baker's Roland Gaskins that
gave the Wildcats the ball at
the Bradford 37. Five plays
later, the Wildcats scored on
Sirk's 17-yard touchdown pass
to Singleton.
The Tornadoes drove past
midfield on the ensuing
possession, with Chipoletti
gaining 11 yards on a run and
the Wildcats being hit with an
unsportsmanlike conduct
penalty. Bradford had a first
down at the Baker 34, but two
sacks of Chipoletti resulted in
a total loss of 17 yards. The
Tornadoes punted, giving the
Wildcats possession at their
own 14 with 2:03 left in the
half.
Baker picked up first downs
on Falon Lee's 21-yard run
and Singleton's 24-yard
reception. Malone Hadley took
a pass from Sirk, broke several
tackles and scored on a 29-
yard play that sent the
Wildcats into the locker room
up 24-10.
Bradford got the ball first to
open the second half, but the
Tornadoes were hurt by a
holding penalty and an 8-yard
sack. A quick kick traveled
only 12 yards, with Baker's
Kyle Alexander catching the
kick and returning it 20 yards
to the Bradford 21. A dead-ball


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Brandon
Thomas runs
after making a
qatch in the
Tornadoes'
loss to Baker
County.
Thomas had
four receptions
for 49 yards.


personal foul penalty moved
the ball to the I1. Two plays
later, Singleton caught his
third touchdown of the night as
the Wildcats led 31-10 at the
9:48 mark of the third quarter.
The Tornadoes answered
with a 68-yard scoring drive. A
19-yard reception by
Demetrious Martin and
subsequent personal foul
penalty on Baker gave
Bradford a first down at the
Baker 37. Another catch by
Martin, who finished with 46
yards on three receptions,
moved the Tornadoes to the
24. Dexter Clayton had
consecutive runs of 12 and .11


yards to set up Chipoletti's I-
yard touchdown run with 7:02
to play in the third quarter.
Smith added the PAT.
Baker needed just five plays
to go back up by 21. A 33-yard
catch and run by Hadley set up
first-and-goal at the 3.
Bradford's KeAaris Ardley
:made a tackle for a loss of 5
yards, but the Wildcats found
the end zone with Sirk and
Singleton hooking up again for
an 8-yard score that put Baker
up 38-17.
Two receptions by Clayton
and a 14-yard reception by
Martin had the Tornadoes on
the move. They were able to


Experience


drive to the Baker 14 before
Singleton intercepted a pass
for the Wildcats. Baker drove
76 yards before getting a 37-
yard field goal from
Wannamaker to go up 41-17
late in the fourth quarter.
Chipoletti, who finished the
game with 19 completions on
37 attempts for 210 yards,
completed three straight passes
on the ensuing drive as the
Tornadoes moved downfield
from their own 39, with
Clayton's 32-yard reception
resulting in a first down at the
Baker 15. Chipoletti eventually
scored on his third touchdown
run of the night-a 9-yarder
with 1:28 left in the game.
Smith's PAT capped the


scoring.
Derek Chipoletti was'
disappointed in the fact his7
team finished 0-3 against rivals
Baker County, Keystohe
Heights and Union County-
though the Union game was al,
preseason game that didn't',
count. However,. his team;,
accomplished one of its goals,
this season in earning a playoff
berth.
"We're in a process.f -'
building a program," said
Chipoletti, who's in his secofifd-'
year as coach. "It comes 'ih
steps. Last year, the goal was;,;
to have a winning season. This
year, it was to make the-
playoffs. Who knows? Tflie
sky's the limit after that."


Bradford
quarterback
Austin
Chipoletti
completed 19
passes for 210
yards and ran
for three
touchdowns.


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Dancing.to the
tunes of the
Clay County
Swing Band are
Tom Francis
and Jan Moore.


A World War II
display
presented by
the Camp
Blanding
Museum is
,appreciated by
(I-r) Lori
Vocelle, Luke
Vocelle and
."Jacob Vocelle.


->.


A parade, military displays,
hot dogs and apple pie, music
and dancing were a few of the
features of an inaugural


Justice Dowling savors
the sugary goodness of
cotton candy.

***
Gratitude is an art of
painting an adversity into
a lovely picture.
-Kak Sri


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Veterans Day celebration in
Starke organized by the
Bradford .-County Historic
Preservation Society.








Belinda
Daniels, a
member of
American
Legion Post 56,
touts the
importance of
the day to
those who
gathered to
watch the
parade.













Harli Mosley
and Gavin
Jenkins watch
the parade and |
approaching .
fire trucks with
sirens that
were a little
loud for
Jenkins.


Doyle and Dottie White enjoy the activity inside the
USO Club.
***
Thanksgiving Day is a jewel, to set in the hearts of
honest men; but be careful that you do not take the
day, and leave out the gratitude. -E.P. Powell


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Auctions
HORSE & TACT AUCTION,
Dec. 3. 12 noon, 2358
NW CR.225A. Lawtey.
Consignments welcome.
Cash only, for more infor-
mation call 904-591-4191.
AB#199, AU#429.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
BUCKET TRUCK. 1991
Chevy truck w/mtd lift,
all bkt., 40 ft, hgt, diesel
engine, P/S, A/C Truck
and aerial unit, excellent
condition. $6.900 352-
258-3883
2001 FORD EXPEDITION,
GOOD CONDITION, high
miles $3500 cash. Call
904-364-9022


2002 1-TON GMC BOX
TRUCK. Gas engine,
good, dependable trans-
portation. See at The Of-
fice Shop, 110 W Call St
Starke, 904-364-9022
2004 FORD EXPLORER
Interior in great shape
AC/heat, all electnc Ask-
ing $3.500 190K miles
Call 386-431-1741 Can
be seen at Magnolia Ho-
tel.
$CASH$ FOR JUNK cars.
up to $500 Free pick up.
running or not. Call 352-
445-3909.
2003 BUICK CENTURY 4
door, V-6 95.000 miles
29 in city, 33 on highway
Will trade for clean truck
$4,000 Call 904-312-
1516


45
Land for Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oa)
trees, ready for home or
mobile home, Keystone
Heights area Asking
$6.500 Call 904-63f-
3594
3 5ACRES, asking $22.000
or 1 75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dr.i,
cleared, ready for horm
or mobile home. Call
Marlera Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-.
0470
72+ ACRES ON CRAW-
FORD ROAD Fenced,
planted pines. deer and
turkey road frontage
Possible owner financ-
ing $180K Call 352-
473-5002


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parade's grand
marshal, is
accompanied
by veteran and
local
photographer
Cornelius
Clayton. LEFT:
Veteran Bill Nix
rides in the
parade.


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47
FORECLOSURE 2008
Commercial 32x80 on 8.61 Acres. Mint
SProperty (Rent, condition, shed, porch,
SLease, Sale) beautiful.,Only $89,900
or $3995 down/$599/mo.
OFFICE SPACE 6,000 sq ft. Call 904-259-4663
$3,000/mo. or 3,000 sq. ft. MANAGER SPECIAL, only 1
$1,500/mo. Warehouse, at this price! Huge 32x80
3,000 sq. ft, $800/mo. 4BR set up and delivered.
Office and warehouse $44,900. Call Jared or
3,000 sq. ft. $950/mo. 9
Smith & Smith Realty, Greg @ 904-259-4663.
904-964-9222. BANK REPO 1999 3BR
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro- DWMH. Great shape! Set
fessional Offices for rent, up and delivered $29,900.
$315 per month. Confer- Call Greg @ 904-259-
ence room, kitchen, utili- 4663.
Sties and more provided. NO MONEY DOWN. When
904-364-8395. you own your own land,
NICE OFFICE/RETAIL no money down! Call 904-
SPACE on Walnut St. 259-4663.
down from Post Office. WAYNEFRIER MACCLEN-
Call 904-364-9022 to see NY new location. Exit
i or for more information. 336 off 1-10. Doublewides
OFFICE BUILDING WITH 2 $29,900. Only factory
OFFICES. One main work outlet in North Florida.
area for multi workers. In- Call 904-259-4663.
eludes kitchen, two bath- 50
rooms, shower, 12-14pri- FO
vate parking spaces, dual For Ren
A/C units. Forinformation, LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
call 904-364-9022 Rent HOME PARK, Keystone
is $500/mth. Heights. For rent 2/BR
COMMERCIAL OFFICE mobile homes $400-
SPACE for lease. Close $500/mo. First month,
to Bradford County and security. Call Rick at
Courthouse. Call 352- ,352-235-0506.
745-0039. WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
RETAIL SPACE in busy MH, clean, close to prison.
strip center. 1000 sq.ft. Call 352-468-1323.
.units. South HWY 301 SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
frontage, across from the FREE! Nice, newly reno-
KOA Campground and vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
next to Lightning Pawn. homes in Starke/Lake
Call 352-235-1675. Butler. Deposit required.
4 Call 678-438-6828 or
48 678-438-2865.
Homes for Sale MOBILE HOMES FOR
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE RENT starting at $525
BLOCK HOME for sale. per month. Hidden Oaks,
2,851 sq. ft. total, 1,650 Lake Butler. Call 386-
sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA, 496-8111.
glass/screen enclosed VERY NICE ONE PERSON
Florida room, front liv- FURNISHED APT. on
ing room, dining room Bedford Lake. Possible
and family room with real discounts and perks. Ref-
wood flooring, marble erences r quired. For
fireplace and built in wood information call 352-473-
shelves and cabinets, 2 7769.
car garage, utility room LAKESANTAFE2BR/1.5BA
in garage with W/D hook- furnished Mobile Home.
ups, 2 storage sheds, Covered parking, washer/
large yard 1 acre with dryer and cable. $800/mo.
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile Call 352-745-1307.
east of hospital on CR 2BR APT. down town
230 (Call Street), great Starke. $450/mo. Will
area for kids and recre- work out payment plan
ation, close to town and for final and security. Call
shopping. $198K obo, Joan 904-964-4303 for
calf 352-494-7987 and additional information.
leave message. View by 1BR/1BA WASHER/DRY-
appointment only. ER. Nice upstairs apt.
2BR/1BA NEWLY REMOD- $450/mo. Will work out
ELED, $65,000. 696 Ep- final and security on pay-
person St. in Starke. 352- ment plan. Call Joan 904-
745-0039. 964-4303.
49LAKE BUTLER APART-
49 MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Mobile Homes Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
For Sale 711. Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3,
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 3BR/ & 4 BR. HC and non-HC
2BA, 1200sq.ft. Built in03 accessible apartments.
on nicely landscaped acre Laundry facility and play-
with gravel driveway. Lots ground. Water, sewer, and
of shade trees will sacri- garbage provided. This
.ficefor$49,900. Consider institution is an equal
/OF at $329/mo. Call opportunity provider and
FORT WHITE. This lovely,. employer." Call 386-496-
;FORT WHITE. This lovely, .,3141.
3BR/2BA would .ake',PER MA.,pT- RO6MS
anyone a perfect rter for rent at the Magnolia
home, built in 99 it has Hotel. Both refrigerator
been well maintained and and microwave. Special
is located on very shaded rates, by the month. Call
1 acre lot and is priced 904-964-4303 for more
to sell at $39,995. Will information.
consider RTO/OF at only -
$305/mo. Call 904-589- KEYSTONE LAKE FRONT,
9585. 2BR/2BA $700/mo.
3BR/4BA, $900/mo. Call
rflir' (l'1 1 .352-494-5870.


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2BR/1BA, 696 Epperson St.
in Starke. $700/mo. 352-
745-0039.
UPSTAIRS 1BR APART-
MENT with washer/dryer.
Nice apartment. $400/
mth. Call 904-964-4303
for information.
HOUSE FOR RENT 3BR/
2BA with garage, 317
Redgrave St. Starke.
$800/mo. plus deposit.
Not HUD applicable. Call
904-742-5985.
STARKE 4BR/3BA, 2052
sq.ft. Built in 04. This
home is equipped with all
the amenities you could
want on a secluded 1.5
acre landscaped lot close
to shopping. Will consider
an RTO/OF at $595/mo.
Call 904-589-9585.
MIDDLEBURG 4BR/3BA,
2079 sq.ft. Meticulously
clean living Rm/Den/Bo-
nus Rm with a dream
kitchen, front and back
deck. Fenced, tediously
landscaped 1 acre yard,
built in 06. Shows brand
new. Will consider RTO/
OF at $590/mo. Call 904-
589-9585.
MOBILE HOME & HOUSE
for rent. In good condition.
For more information call,
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1 BA singlewide. After
4pm call 386-496-2599.
4BR/2BA HOME, fenced
lot. $900/mo. Located in
Raiford. Call 904-796-
2621.
FURNISHED 2BR/1BA (all
furniture plus washer/
dryer), shed, fenced yard,
very clean. No smok-
ing. Service animals only.
Adults only. $600/mo. plus.
deposit. Out of city limits.
386-496-0683.
2 MOBILE HOMES. 3BR/
2BA, CH/A, on 1 1/2
Acres, each with jacuzzi
and fire place. Just set
up, completely renovated.
New carpet, vinyl, appli-
ances. Beautiful trees.
Located across from
Country Club off 230.
Non-smoking, service
animals only. Available
Dec. 1st. Only serious ap-
plicants, apply references.
$750/mo. plus $750 secu-
rity. 904-662-3735.
2BR/1BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME. 1/4 mile
from Railford post office "
& Dollar General, $500/
mo. Call 386-431-1917
or 904-966-1396.
NICE CLEAN 3BR/1BA
home, Starke. Newly
renovated. $650/mo. first,
last. Call 904-964-3595,
HOUSE KEYSTONE walk-
igg distance to schools.
Available Dec. 1st. 4BR/
2BA, CH/A $700/mo. plus
$700 deposit. Fenced
yard. Call for more infor-
mation, 352-235-0020.
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
available November 15th,
in small park Keystone
Heights area. Garbage
and lawn maintenance
included. $450/mo. plus
$450 deposit. Call 352-
235-0020.
KEYSTONE & STARKE,
2BR/1BA rentals from
$500 to $650/rio. No
upkeep needed from
you. Rent even covers
yard maintenance. Safe/
peaceful locations. Call
352-473-5214.


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IN RAIFORD 3BR/2BA MH.
Front and back screen
porches, CH/A, service
animals only, no drinking,
no smoking. $450 per
month + $450 deposit.
Call 386-431-1568
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BACH/A,
water softener. $750/mo.,
first last, $200 deposit..
Call 904-364-9869.
2BR/1BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME $400/
mo. 22515 NW 53rd
Ave., Lawtey Fenced
in yard, service animals
only. Garbage service
and lawn service includ-
ed. Call 904-796-0501
or 904-796-0177.
2BR/2BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME $500/
mo. 22515 NW 53rdAve.,
Lawtey. Fenced in yard,
service animals only.
Garbage service and lawn
service included. Call
904-796-0501.
2BR/2BA MOBILE HOME
for one or two people
$575/mo. plus $575 secu-
rity. Service animals only.
Call 904-964-9719.
2 MOBILE HOMES- 2BR/
2BA, Hampton Lake,
$800/mo. 2BR/2BA, Law-
tey, $600/mo. Call Terri for
details 352-339-2054.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME.
Hampton Lake area. Wa-
ter and garbage included,
clean with screened back
porch, ready to move
in. $400/mo. Call Debby
352-468-3510.
3BR/2BA LARGE SWMH,
front & back porch, water
included, quiet, 2 miles
from Worthington Springs.
$600/mo., first, last, $300
deposit. 386-496-1146.
3BR/2BA DOUBLE WIDE on
wooded lot. CH/A, deck,
service animals only,
$625/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
2BR/1BA single wide on
large corner lot. CH/A.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-235-6319.
STARKE 3BR/1.5BA
SWMH, outside city lim-
its. CH/A, $500/mo. plus
deposit. 352-235-6319.
2BR/2BA HOME with lare
enclose porch, laundry
room near Starke Country
Club. $595/mo. Call 904-
769-9616.
MELROSE 2BR/1BA MH
in quiet community, $395
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
MELROSE 3BR/1 BA in quiet
community, $425/mo. with
$300 deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.


52
Animals and
Pets
FREE TO GOOD HOME.
Beautiful gray tiger striped
kitten. Great early Christ-
mas present. Leave name
and phone number @
352-473-4793.
53A
Yard Sales
THUR. & FRI., 8am.-?
One mile off 301 on 225
West.
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE.
Open every day until Dec.
18. Everything in house
must go. Household furni-
ture, antiques, and much
more. 1571 NW 161ST
St., Starke. In Country
Club.
THUR., FRI., & SAT., 9am.-
2pm. Raiford on 121, 1/4
mile from Post Office.
Look for signs. Christ-
mas items, etc., clothes
& misc.
SAT. & SUN. 8am.-? 100
West towards Lake Butler
before New River Bridge.
SW 132nd Ave. 91 Ford
Pickup, looks good, runs
great-302 V-8 many new
parts. Fence wire, glass-
ware, linens, clothes,
shoes, maple table &
6 chairs, other table &
chairs, etc. Too much to
list. Cancel if rain.
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE.
Fri. & Sat., 9am-? Scrubs,
baby clothes, house hold
items, lots of stuff to
choose from. Full living
room set, couch, love seat
and chair all matching.
14132 SE CR 100A.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8am.-
2pm. 3086 SE 129th St.,
Starke off of 100 East.
Knives, children & adult
clothes, books, CD's &
more.
MULTI FAMILY, very large.
Sat., 8am.-3pm. FRK.
Storage next to Sawyer
Gas on HW301 in Hamp-
ton. Questions call Lisa
904-364-6269.
MOVING' SALE. Sat. Sun.
8a.-? A lot of plus size
clothing and new scrubs,
furniture, glass tables,
antiques, beautiful bed
room set, computer desk,
house holds & other misc.
items. 10505 SE. 49th
Ave. right behind Hamp-
ton Elem. School. Any-
thing and everything. All
must go. Price to sell.
YARD SALE Sat. 8am.-
1pm. Near Starke Country
Club, follow signs. Baby'
items, household items,


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dining room table with 6
chairs and much morel
FRI., SAT., SUN., 8am.-?
CR 18, Lake Hampton.
Plants, pottery, home
goods, holiday gifts, U
Create gift baskets.
BIG 3 FAMILY YARD SALE.
Sat., 8am.-2pm. At sub-
divisions across from
Wal-Mart. 13948 SE 48th
Ave.
3 FAMILY YARD SALE. Sat.,
8am.-12pm. Adult and
children's clothes, house-
hold items. Too much to
list. Follow signs, behind
Southside Elem. Colley
St. to Geiger St.
FRI. & SAT., 8am-4pm. CR
229 toward Raiford, 9
miles, follow signs. La-
dies clothes, 4-8, Christ-
mas items, home interior,
candles and greenery,
shoes, household items,
too many to list.


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
SAT., 8AM.-3PM. SR 100,
right across from Hitch-
cock's.
VINTAGE BAR ITEMS. Fri.
& Sat., 8am.- 4pm. Fur-
niture, old school desks,
outdoor furniture, lockers,
tools, lots of misc. items.
6859 Deer Springs Rd.
EVERYTHING MUST GOI
Fri., 12pm.-6pm. & Sat.,
8am.-lpm. Shelving, clos-
et organizers, ceiling fans,
light fixtures (many new in
box). Antique cupboard &
armoire, tools, cabinets,
outside doors, house
wares, Rannai gas water
heater, much more! 205
Commercial Circle, Key-
stone. Look for signs.
FUNDRAISER FOR Laura
Bruning Densmore. Rais-
ing money for cancer
treatment. Fri. & Sat.,
8am.-lpm. Baked goods
also provided by Sofia
Lewis Smith, multi family
items. 6054 CR 214.
SAT., 8AM.-2PM. 6676 CR
214.


53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
SAT., 8AM.-12PM. 9970
SW 150th Run, Cumorrah


Southern Villas ,of
Starke Apts.
$199.
Move-In Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., StaTke, FL or call
904-964-7295,... TDD/TTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


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Manor

Trailer Park
Clean, friendly,
affordable &
beautifully
landscaped!
Money's tight &
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From


$449mth

$225 deposit


Located in Starke
on CR-230A...
down from
Hwy 100




CALL

TODAY!
Michael at
386-338-5400
or
Warren, mgr at
904-396-0500


Heights, CR 238, Lake
Butler, Roaster, plus size
clothes, scrap booking
items, toys, household
items. Items too numer-
ous to mention. Don't
miss!
54
Produce
PECANS. I buy pecans 2
miles East of Starke on
SR 16, 12-6 on Tues.
Thur. Sun. Closed Mon.
We now crack pecans.
904- 964-4399.
55
Wanted
BAHIA OR BERMUDA
FIELDS. Paying top dol-
lar! Small or large tracks
for sod. Call 386-365-
5355.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
LARGE FAMILY SIZE MI-
CROWAVE,$35, kero-
sene heater $35, wooden
bunk beds $75, large
Marilyn Monroe picture
$20, glass top shelves
$3, China Closet $30,
quilting stand $20, mini
blinds $2. Please call
904-966-7479.
73'x16' DUAL AXLE TRAIL-
ER. No Gate. $750 obo.
Call 904-364-3678.
59
Personal
Services
YARD AND ROOF WORK,
lawn mowing, weed eat-
ing, leaves and debris
removal, roof pine straw
and leaves removal,
gutter and down spout
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Indians' Harvin, Zinkel receive volleyball scholarships


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights seniors
Chelsea Harvin and Meghan
Zinkel will not only get the
chance to continue playing
volleyball, but will get the
chance to do so together as
both received scholarships
from St. Johns River State
College.
"I'm so glad I get to go with
.someone else," Harvin said at
a, Nov. I signing ceremony. "I
'could handle it if I was going
by myself, but it's so much
'better going with a best friend,
. a teammate."
She and Zinkel have played
,many big games together, and
that big-game felling, Harvin
said, was the only thing that
could compare to how she felt
about getting a scholarship.
"It's just exciting," she said.
Zinkel admitted she was
speechless before finding the
right words to describe her
excitement.
"I never played volleyball,
until seventh grade," Zinkel
said. "I just showed, up for'
tryouts hoping to make it. I'm
now getting a scholarship. It's
incredible."


Trying out for the junior
high team was really a way of
finding something to do and
getting involved in the school,
Zinkel said. Qver the years,
she became one of'the varsity
team's most reliable outside
hitters.
Keystone head coach
Belinda Phillips said Zinkel
drove herself to play to the
best of her ability.
"She wants to be the best.
She pushes to be the best,"
Phillips said. "She will spend
hours and hours working to be
the best."
Harvin' began attending
volleyball camps in fourth
grade and continued to do so
until she could begin playing
for the school's junior high
team.
Eventually, Harvin became
the varsity team's setter and a
player that teammates fed off
of.
"She basically leads the
team," Phillips said.."If she's
up, the team's up. If she's
down, she's really got to watch'
herself because the team will
get down, too. She carries.the
team on her shoulders and
turns the team around. She sets


the pace."
Though playing setter in
high school, Harvin may move
to defensive specialist at St.
Johns.
"I think she's going to be
absolutely amazing in that
regard," St. Johns head coach
Scott Conkling said.
Harvin said the request
surprised her at first, but she
began practicing more on her
passing skills to make that
position switch if it happens.
"I do like being a defensive
specialist," she said. "You
always get the first pass, just
like the setter gets the second
ball. I like that."
Conkling said Harvin
already knows how to dig and
pass. What she'll have to
adjust to is not playing right
side, where a setter would,
adjusting to different angles
and being the team's primary
passer.
"She'll have to learn to be
more aggressive about taking
first balls," Conkling said.
As for Zinkel, Conkling said
she'll have to adjust to playing
against bigger players, which
means bigger blocks.
"That's something she's
going to have to work on-
learning how to use the block
and hit around the block,"
Conkling said.
Conkling said the two
players are "top-notch"
athletes who are coachable and
have the attitude he looks for
in players. They're both good
students, too, he said.
"I know for a fact they're
both going to be outstanding


Keystone boys
off to 2-0 start
in soccer
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team has outscored its
first two opponents by a total
of 10-1 to start the season 2-0
and 1-0 in District 5-2A.
Keystone, which played
district opponent Fort White
this past Tuesday, won its first
district match by a score of 4-1
against P.K. Yonge on Nov. 14
in Gainesville. The Indians
scored three unanswered goals
in the first half to get the win.
Forward Cory Hedding got it
started for Keystone when he
sent a pass into the box, with


leaders," Conkling said.
Zinkel, who is interested in
studying cardiovascular
ultrasound, said she may play
two years at St. Johns and then
transfer to another school and
focus on her academics.
Harvin, who wants to go into


center midfielder Juan
Grimaldo redirecting the ball
past Blue Wave keeper
Brandon Poindexter in the 19'"
minute. Approximately a
minute later, forward Zac
Hawkins sent a pass to
Grimaldo on a breakaway, that
ended with a tap-in by the
keeper and a 2-0 Keystone
lead.
Logan Stanley added the
third goal of the half when' he
broke open down the right
sideline and received a pass
from Grimaldo in the 38'h
minute.
Keystone had several
scoring opportunities in the
first half until finally
capitalizing in the 58'h minute
when Hedding beat the keeper
and scored on an assist from
Zac Holman.
A Keystone defense of
Hawkins, Wyatt Graziano,
Brandon Hannah, Tucker
McLean and Eric Webb shut
down a P.K. Yonge offense
that had generated a total of 12
goals in wins over Gainesville
and Santa Fe..Keystoie goalie
Eric Wood stopped 23 shots,
including two breakaway
attempts.
Prior to playing P.K. Yonge,
the Indians opened the season
with a 6-0 win over West
Nassau on Nov. 9 in Callahan.
Hawkins scored first,
drilling a shot from 15 yards
out after receiving a pass from
Grimaldo in the seventh
minute. In the 19th minute,
Grimaldo intercepted a goal
kick, moved around the
defense and beat West Nassau
.goalie Matt Nichols for a 2-0
halftime lead.
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goals of the second half off of


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nursing, does not rule playing
beyond St. Johns.
"I would love to play two.
more years after St. Johns,"
Harvin said.
Whatever the future holds
for Harvin and Zinkel,
Conklingn aid Phillips don't


assists from Grimaldo and
Hawkins. Webb headed a cross
to Matt Crane, who blasted a
shot under the crossbar, while
Grimaldo capped the scoring
in the 78th minute, taking a
through ball from Holman.
The Indians travel to play
district opponent Interlachen
on Friday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m.
before traveling to play
Fernandina Beach on Monday,
Nov. 21, at 6 p.m.

Bronson
defeats
Keystone girls
in basketball
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Three players scored in
double figures, .. but the
Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team couldn't
recover from aq 18-9 first-
quarter deficit;, losing its
season opener 51-45 to
Bronson on Nov. 14 in
Bronson.
Meghan Zinkel scored 12
points to lead the Indians,
while also grabbing a team-
high 12 rebounds. Hannah
Hamilton and Holly
Strassberger each scored 10
points, with Hamilton also
adding four assists.
Jordan Leitheiser had nine
points.
The Indians, who played
Middleburg this past Tuesday,
will host Ridgeview on
Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7:30
p.m. before traveling to
Gainesville on Monday, Nov.
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Johns River State College.
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Meghan Zinkel signs her letter-of-intent as parents Ronald and Kimberly look on.
The signing ceremony was held Nov. 1.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 9, 13 12 11-45
BHS-: 18 5 15 13-51
Keystone (45): Hamilton 10,
Leitheiser 9, Jasmine Pemell 4,
Strassberger 10, Zinkel 12. 3-
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own 42.
A 21-yard run by Tra'Von
Thomas and a pass
interference penalty helped
give the Indians a first down at
the 1. Kirksey scored on a run
from there on which he was
virtually untouched. With the
PAT, Keystone led 42-7.
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The Blue Wave answered
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finished the game with 54
yards on six carries, had runs
of 3 and 13 yards to give
Keystone a first down at the
P.K. Yonge 37. Josh Knight
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with a 12-yard carry to the 18-
yard line. Two consecutive
runs by Knight gained 10
yards before Lane Blanton had
a 4-y.ard carry to the 4. Knight
scored on a run from there.
with Stanley adding the PAT.
Keystone recovered a
fumble on the final series of
the game.


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