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Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011


99th Year -33rd Issue 75 CENTS


3-day search yields 2 bodies in Lake Palestine


'The Gospel

According to

Scrooge' set
Victory Christian Center of
Lake Butler will be performing
"The Gospel According to
Scrooge," a live onstage
Christmas drama, on Sunday,
Dec. 18, at 6 p.m. Refreshments
will be served.


Church sets

dedication
On Sunday, Jan. 1, there will
be a laying of the cornerstone and
church dedication at Little Rock
Church located in Lake Butler
at 3 p.m. For more information
call the Rev. Randolph Murray at
386-496-2766 or Dot Green 386-
496-3340.

Big Red Drive
accepting
applications
The Big Red Christmas Drive
is now accepting applications for
less fortunate families to receive
assistance for Christma?.
For more information or to
make a donation please call 386-
266-8370. Please do not call any
county offices regarding the pro-
gram.

Free Medicare
counseling
service offered
at UCHD
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 counseling
meeting is to assist Medicare and
Medicaid recipients with all of
their paperwork needs.
For general information, please
call the health department at 386-
496-3211.

UC Historical
Society seeks
memorabilia
The Union County Histori-
cal Society is seeking historical
items for its museum. Donations
can be made every Monday from
9 a.m. t6 12 p.m.
The museum is located in the
Townsend Building on S.R. 100
in Lake Butler.

HIV/AIDS
awareness
event set
Today, Thursday, Dec. 15,
Lakia Paige, the Union County
Health Department and Victory
Christian Center will be hosting
a community HIV/AIDS aware-
ness event, "Sisters Organizing
to Survive: I Am My Brother's
Keeper."

The entire community is in-
vited come learn and to become
active and aware about HIV and
AIDS. The event will be held at
7 p.m. at the. Victory Christian
Center.

Please contact 352-318-9843
for Lakia Paige or 386-496-3211
the Union County Health Depart-
ment for more information.
Information materials and re-
freshments will be provided.


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The search for missing Lake
City residents at Palestine Lake
in Union County concluded
on Dec. 13 after the second
drowning victim was found.
Norris S. Demeritte, 53, was
'reported overdue from a fishing
trip on Dec. 10 to Palestine Lake
off C.R. 231, between Lake
Butler and Olustee. His mother,
Emma G. Kelly, 74, was with
him on the trip and was also
missing.
,According to Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission officials, Kelly
and Demeritte had arrived at the
lake at around 8 a.m. on Dec. 10.
When they didn't return from
the day of fishing, FWC was
notified. Officers went to the lake
and found their boat on Dec. 11.
It was floating on Lake Palestine
with no one on board. The boat
was a 1973 14-foot Delhi. It was
found along the shore on the
opposite side of the lake from the
boat ramp. Both of the missing
people's fishing lines were still
in the water.
The search for Demeritte and
Kelly involved FWC, deputies
from the Union and Columbia
County Sheriff's Offices,
members of the Department of
Corrections and the U.S. Forest
Service.
Kelly's body was located the
morning of Dec. 11 at 7:30 a.m.
on the south end of the lake in
shallow water. .
Family members and friends
of Kelly and Demeritte lined the
bank of the boat dock bundled
in warm clothes and blankets.
*A counselor was available for
the family, providing council
if needed and bottles of water.
The search and rescue efforts
continued for Demeritte
throughout the day.
The Union County Emergency
Management mobile command
van was in place, and divers
from the Columbia County
search and recovery dive team
made exhaustive efforts to locate
Demeritte, who was believed to
be in the water.
In addition to the boats on the
water utilizing side-scan sonar, a
helicopter was used to scan the
shoreline and officers patrolled
the wooded area surrounding the
lake. Approximately 30 officers
were involved in the search.
The search ceased for the
evening on Dec. 11, just before
dark, due to the lack of visibility.
A few officers stayed on scene
to keep people out of the water,
and to be available in the case
any cries for help could be heard.
The search resumed the morning


of Dec. 12.
Due to the rain, the dirt road to
the lake became very nmudid and
hard to navigate. After several
people had gotten stuck, FWC
began to carry people in and out
by ATVs. The road was closed to
the public, and a road grader was
brought in by the Union County
Road Department to help the
situation and to make the road
more accessible.
Family and friends who had
returned for the continuation
of the search had built a small
campfire and were bundled
around it to keep warm. At the
end of the evening of Dec. 12,
Demeritte had still not been
located. The search ceased again
until the following morning.
According to FWC, searches can
sometimes last for days before a
victim is recovered.
The search began once again
on Dec. 13. After three days of
searching, the body of Demeritte
was finally found in the water.
Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead said, "This is a very
tragic incident and we will keep


the family and friends- in our
prayers. We appreciate the hard
work and dedication and all the
mutual aid rendered during this
search. I'd also like to thank the
Department of Corrections for
their K-9 unit and their support
staff for all their assistance. The
Union County Road Department
also helped out by grading the
road leading to the boat ramp."


1 transported after 121 crash


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

A Lake Butler resident was
driving a vehicle that was struck
in the rear on S.R. 121 on Dec.
8.
According to the public affairs
officer for the Florida Highway
Patrol Lt. Bill Leeper, the crash
happened at around 5:30 p.m.
on S.R. 121 at C.R. 18.

A 2001 GMC pickup, driven
by Bernard H. Williams, 52 of
Lake Butler, stopped to make a
left turn. A 1998 Dodge truck,
driven by Mitchell T. Prevento,
52,of Jacksonville, failed to stop
and struck the GMC in the rear.
Williams was taken to Shands
Gainesville with minor injuries.
Prevento was cited with careless
driving.
Williams' vehicle was
not severely damaged. The
Dodge's front end on the left
side was severely damaged,


This Dodge struck a GMC pickup on S.R. 121.


but Prevento said he felt little
impact. Prevent gathered his
belongings from his truck, some
of which were for his upcoming
weekend wedding.

Prevento said, "Although the
damage to the vehicle made the


wreck seem bad, I am amazed
that the truck absorbed so much
of the impact."

Prevent expressed how
grateful he \\as that the crash
had not been any worse for
himself or for Williams.


According to Sheriff Mark
Hunter, of the Columbia County
Sheriff's Office, "Our hearts
go out to the family. Everyone
who was involved in the search
is saddened by this event. We
just hope this brings a little
closure for.the family and friends
who waited patiently while we
searched the lake."
Maj. Lee Beach, regional


Officers from
many agencies
mobilized to find
two Lake City
residents who
went missing
after a tragic
fishing trip to
Lake Palestine in
Union County. An
extensive search
finally resulted
in the recovery
of both bodies.
At left and below,
rain did not deter
searchers as they
combed the lake
for both missing
people.


commander" for FWC, said,
"The partnerships between
the agencies involved in the
search was amazing and i'mn
extremely pleased with the
effort:" According to UCSO.
the family expressed heartfelt
gratitude for the efforts made b\
the searchers.
Kelly would have celebrated
her 75'" birthday on Dec. 23.


City-fire chief


have words over


budget issues


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

At a previous city council
meeting, City Manager
David Mecusker brought the
spending procedures of the
city fire department to the
council's attention,asking that
there be more accountability
with the spending. City Fire
Chief Michael Banks was not
present at the meeting due to
a class he was attending, so
the item was tabled until the
meeting on Dec. 13.
At the Dec. 13. meeting.
Banks came before the
council to discuss Mecusker's
concerns. Mecusker said that


Banks had not filled out an\
purchase orders and that he
had repeatedly requested that
Banks come discuss the matter
with him. Vice-Ma\ or l.onnie
Norman asked Mecusker if he
had personally attempted to
contact Banks on the matter.
Mecusker replied that he had
not.
All of the concerns stemmed
from the purchase of a pair of
fire boots. Banks said he had
been wearing a pair that had
a two-inch slice in the side,
\which kept the boots from
protecting his feet from anm
water or heat during a fire.

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2A Union County Times Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011


Henson


earns


ugly


crown

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The annual Ms. Ugly contest
was held at the Union County
.High School auditorium on Nov.
17, filling the halls with laughter
that could be heard even outside
of the front entrance to the
school.
SDuane Archer, who hosted the
show,dressed for the part,wearing.
a pink dress with shimmering
polka dots and a huge gold bow
in his blonde wig.
Contestants included Duke
Waters as Ashleya Mann, Chase
Wilkerson as Chasity Chaffin,
Tyler Welz as Gail Force, Matt
Brown as Double Delicious,
Chance Vaughn as Juwanna
Mann, Bryce Henson as Hot Stuff


ABOVE: The "ladles" gather to hear the results of the Ms. Ugly contest held at Union
County High School on Nov. 17. RIGHT: Hot Stuff Henson (Bryce Henson), pictured at
left, accepts his 2011-2012 Ms. Ugly trophy from Duane Archer.


Henson, Kendall Wright as Kelly
Feels Sowright, Austin Long as
Anna Rexic, Micheal Riggs as
Sharon Peters, James Brown as
Feel Good Brown,Tyler Norman
as Ta Ta Tiana, Colby Cothren
as Amanda PlayWith, Chase
Williams as Buttercup and Isaac
Sulsona as Salsa Sulsona.

The show opened with the
"girls" performing a dance. All
of the contestants then competed
by showing off their talent,
'while looking their best in wigs,
dresses, heels and make-up..
Each contestant came out
singing and/or dancing to a


song of "her" choice, with some
going into the crowd during
their routines to raise laughter
and participation of those who
attended.

Jokes were made of different
teachers by the contestants
Sand Archer. During a dance
performed by a contestant,
Assistant Principal Bill Cross
was pulled from the audience
by a feathery scarf to dance on
stage. Archer asked, "Did that
bring back memories?"
Buttercup stayed true to the
tomboy way, wearing shorts, a
tank top and boots rather than the


extravagant dresses and heels,
but received no less attention
than the others during the comical
dances.
After all of the contestants
performed, the judges took a
break to choose the winner.A duet
was performed during the break
by Ryan Perez and Danielle Pate,
with Samantha Perez playing the
guitar.
After a final decision was
made, the "girls" joined together
for one last group dance before
the results were given. Feel
Good Brown was named the first
runner-up, and Hot Stuff Henson
was crowned the Ms. Ugly 2011-


2012 winner.
Henson, dressed in a red
evening gown with elbow-


length black gloves, accepted the
trophy presented'by Archer with
a smile.


Open house set
-The new supervisor of elec-
tions building is now in service.
An open house is set for Mon-
day, Dec. 19, from 9-11 a.m. at
175 W. Main St. For more infor-
mation, contact 386-496-2236.

UC Food Pantry
in need of
donations
The Union County Food Pan-
try, lodated at 125 E. Main St. in
Lake Butler, is in desperate need
of food donations. The pantry is
also requesting donations of heat-
ers, since the location is not air-
conditioned. The pantry hours
have changed due to the cold
weather and is now open every
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations

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WORDS -
Continued from Page 1A

Banks had purchased a new pair
of boots, however, the size was
not correct. Rather than return
tfe boots, Banks said he gave
them to a fellow Lake Butler
firefighter who needed a pair as

-'.Banks said that in the last
1f years he has always stayed
within his budget and that the
mayors and city commissioners
of the past had never requested
that all purchases of supplies
be approved first. Banks also
pointed out that the firefighter's
jacket he was wearing had been
purchased with his own money
and said that he has never spent
any city money unnecessarily.
:Banks then asked Mecusker,
"Ff the city can buy a brand-new
car with leather interior, what is a
pai of boots?"This statement was
apparently in reference to a car
that was approved for purchase
by the city for Mecusker's use.
Mecusker said that the two had
nothing to do with each other.
All the commissioners agreed
that Banks had always stayed
within his budget. Commissioners
agreed by consensus that proper
spending procedures should
always be followed on all non-
emergency purchases to ensure
no future issues.
Also, at the previous council
meeting, at the end of the meeting
during closing statements,
Norman brought up a trip made
by Mecusker, stating that it was
not city related and that the hours
and mileage should not have
been claimed.
According to Mecusker, the
trip was to Tallahassee to the


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$20.00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
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may be dropped off directly at
the pantry, at Roberts Insurance
or the Union County Times.

Substitute
teacher training
set Jan. 5
The Union County School
Board will host a mid-year sub-
stitute teacher orientation orn
Thursday, Jan. 5, from 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Adult
Education Building (previously
the Outpost) next to the tennis
courts.
Attendance at this workshop
and a high school diploma or
GED is required in order to be
a substitute teacher for Union
County during the 2011-2012
school year.
Please call the Union County
School Board personnel depart-


-Department---of -Corrections-
Foundation meeting. Mecusker
said that he had this trip approved
by Mayor Fred Sirmones before
attending. The item had been
tabled until Dec. 13.
Mecusker gave many
reasons as to why he felt it was
beneficial to attend the meeting.
He explained that, where the
meeting was not directly related
to the city, what the foundation
does for correctional officers in
need is indirectly related to the
city due to the large amount of
community members employed
by DOC and the amount of work
done by DOC with inmate labor
for the community. This' saves
the city a significant amount of
money.
At the Dec. 13, meeting,
Norman clarified that it wasn't
an issue that Mecusker attended
the meeting, but a question of
whether or not the meeting was
city business. Norman continued
by saying that it was not right that
citizens'money be used to cover a
trip that does not pertain directly
to the city. Norman brought up
the point that attendance at these
types of meetings has never
affected the city's relationship
with DOC or the amount of
inmate labor received by the city.
"He can attend these meetings
but not at the cost of the City of
Lake Butler," said Norman.
"Such meetings have been
attended in the past with no
issues," said Mecusker. Mayor
Sirmones approved Mecusker for
this trip and mayors in the past
have allowed the same. Norman
made some valid points, and
made a motion to disallow future
trips to these meetings, however,
the motion died due to lack of *
second.


Editor: Tiffany Clark
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Mellsa Noble
Advertising and
Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray
Classllifled Adv. Mary Johnson
Booltceeping: Melisa Noble


ment, and ask for Pam Pittman
at 386 496-2045, ext. 230, or
email Pam at pittmanp@union.
kl2.fl.us by Tuesday, Jan. 3, to
register.

Businesses
remain open
during city
construction
Sunrise Food Mart, Sunrise
Laundromat, Hungry Howie's
Pizza and Subs and TD Bank
are open during construction.
Please visit the City of Lake
Butler website, www.cityo-
flakebutler.org for updates
on the construction in the city
next week. If you have any
questions, please contact city
hall at 386-496-3401.


Afterall disputes wereresolved,
the commission continued on
to other city business. One item
discussed was approval of a
brick wall to be built outside of
the new building housing the
supervisor of elections' office,
much like the one in front of
the courthouse. The project was
approved pending an itemized list
of materials, with the stipulation
that the cost of the project was
not to exceed $5,000.


Santa Claus at
the food pantry
The Union County Food Pan-
try will be hosting a "see Santa"
event on Friday, Dec. 16. Hot
dogs, chips and drinks will be
available for purchase. Santa
will also be at the pantry Dec.
19-21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for
pictures. Attendees are asked to
bring their own cameras to take
pictures. Donations are accepted
for the event.

Miss Bradford
Fest enters
second year
The Miss Bradford Fest pag-
eant is seeking contestants ages
4 to 21 for its second annual
event.
The pageant is set to take place


Another item approved was
the donation of a bucket truck.
This item was tabled at the last
meeting after it was brought up
but not listed on the agenda.
The city's bucket truck is to be
donated to the county, which has
expressed the need for one. The
donation is "as is" and a letter of
donation will be made out to the
county.


at the Bradford High School au-
ditorium on Saturday, Feb. 11, at
7 p.m.
The competition is split into
the following age divisions: Lit-
tle Miss, ages 4-6; Petite Miss,
ages 7-9; Junior Miss, ages 10-
12; Teen Miss, ages 13-17; and
Miss, ages 18-21. Younger girls
will compete in the western wear
and evening gown categories.
The Teen Miss and Miss con-
testants will compete in western
wear, interview, talent, on-stage
question and evening gown.
The fee to enter is $75. As
one of the' Bradford Fest events
leading up to the annual Boots-
N-BBQ, all proceeds from the
event will help provide Santa Fe
College scholarships to Bradford
County students.
Title winners will receive a
beautiful crown, banner, trophy


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To answer this question we want to look at a few passages that
will help us understand this topic better. In Mark 16:16 Jesus
says, "He who believes and is baptized will be saved..." In this
verse we find that salvation is placed after belief and baptism.
Many say salvation is after belief and before baptism but Jesus
placed it after belief and baptism. A good example in the Bible
of when a person is saved is the conversion of Saul. In Acts 9,
22, and 26 we find a record of Saul's conversion. In these
passages, we find that Saul saw the Lord on the road to
Damascus (Acts 9;3-6), was sorrowful as seen by his fasting
(Acts 9:9), and was in deep prayer (Acts 9:11). Yet when
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Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 Union County Times 3A


Help Big Red Drive help others


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Big Red Christmas
Drive is desperately in need
of donations and/or families
being adopted/sponsored for the
holiday season.
Donations.help families such as
Robin and Richard Compton and


their children Karen, Matthew
and James. The Comptons have
suffered this past year after an
injury to Richard Compton put
him out of work. With countless
visits for therapy in Gainesville
and workman's comp only
paying two-thirds of his salary,
the family is struggling as the
holidays approach.


This family, along with other ,
can be.adopted by calling the Big
Red Christmas Drive.
For more information or bo
make a donation please call 386-
266-8370. Donations can also be
mailed to the Big Red Christmas
Drive at P.O. Box 151, Lalk
Butler, FL 32054.


(L-R) James, Karen and Matthew Compton look forward to Christmas with thelCfamily.
The Comptons have struggled this last year but hope that the Big Red Christmas Drive
will help to make the holidays even merrier for their children.



New board members set for Pop Warner


Dear Editor:
We are excited about the
upcoming year and look forward
to what is to come. The board
consists of all new members who
share a vision of reaching out to
the community and expanding
the program.
We will be starting fundraising
events in January, and we hope
that the community will be in full
support. As we begin, we will be
selling World's Finest Chocolate
candy bars at local shops and
businesses. We will also be doing
Krispy Kreme doughnut sales, as
well, as Little Caesar's pizza kit
drives throughout the next few


LBES names

A-B honor roll
The Lake Butler Elementary
A/B honor roll students for the
first nine weeks were:
Kindergarten: Carena
Alexander, Jordan Clarke,
Hunter Ford, -Jayden- Jenkins,
Michelle Lacey, Makayla Nelson,
Dolton Parrish, Kameran Paytee,
Makenzi Richardson,Sean Smith,


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will move on to audition for the
Suwannee River Jam, perform at
Boots-N-BBQ and receive an op-
portunity from WEAG. Plus, you
can win as much as $500!
The Talent Showdown is a part
of Bradford Fest, one of several
events leading up to Boots-N-
BBQ. It will take place Saturday,
Feb. 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Brad-
ford High School auditorium.
Soloists and duets are wel-
come. The contest is open to the
surrounding area. Performances
must fit the theme of the event,
which is country rock.


months.
Our biggest fundraising event
will be held in mid-April. We
will be having a Cow Chip
Bingo contest, and the winner
will receive $2,500. The board
members will be selling tickets
starting in January and you can
purchase as many as you wish.
We will have a family fun day
where families can come out and
enjoy pony rides, bounce houses,
face painting, hayrides, dunking
booths, popcorn, barbecue
lunches, and lots more. There
will be live entertainment, also.
We will be turning a cow loose
in a field that is sectioned off into


Cheyenne Swafford, Charlie
Perry, Carson Simmons, Brooke
Burgess, Noah Douglass, Gracy
Parrish, Clayton Poppell, Riggs
Davis, Blaine Williams, Alexus
Panozzo, Micah Jordan, Chevy
Doughman, Taylor Gay, Faith
Holmes, Landyn Lynn, Dylan
Saul, Elijah Griffis, Kennedy
Westenberger, Meyri Mendez,
Natali Heaton, Jimmy Cox,
Johnte' Nichols, Brycen Boney,


The contest is a fundraiser to
provide Santa Fe College schol-
arships to Bradford County stu-
dents, and there are several ways
to enter. Sell a full page of ads
for the program or 20 tickets to
the show, and pay just $20 to en-
ter. Sell 30 tickets and enter for
free. Contestant can also enter
with a $150 sponsorship.
Contest applications are avail-
able at the Santa Fe College
Andrews Center in downtown
Starke. Contestants are also
asked to email a brief bio and a
photo for the program.
Deadline to enter is Feb. 17.
For more information, please
contact 352-395-4410 or cheryl.
canova@sfcollege.edu.


squares. Each square will be sold
for $20. The buyer gets to pick
which square he or she wishes to
have. Which ever square the cow
deposits a "chip"'in becomes the
winner of the $2,500 cash prize.
Winners do not have to be
present to win. Please mark your
calendars for this fun event. If
you have questions regarding
the event, please contact the
fundraising coordinator, Melisa
Noble, at 904-364-6463. We
will have contact information
and more on the other board
members in an upcoming edition
of the Union County Times.
Pop Warner board


Karli'Jenkins, Kiran Crawford,
Sydney Box, Jordan Ditullio,
Trestin Durant, Hayden Erwin,
Kaden Hunt, Layla Robinson
and Eli Elixson.
First grade: Markus Strong,
Daniel Woods, Kloe Crews,
Abygayle Fillyaw, Hayden
Whitehead, Christian Erwin,
Stephen Rugg, Jasmine
Flemming, Madison Garber,
Braedan Kimble, Destiny
Lugenbeel, Kandace Smith,
Ben Cabral, Johniya Henderson,
Josilyn Jenkins, Tre'von Lee,
Trevor Noble, DJ. Castleberry,
Ryley Suggs, Dermarius
Williams, Emily Chapman,
Symira Quarterman, Savana
Tucker, Hanna Burnett, Michael
Mohl, Arington Hicks, Jacoby
Edwards, Bailey Handley,
Matthew Laux, Adam Norcross,
Hailey Thornton, Harley Seay,
Jaylin Wadrey' Karlie Starling,
Quinton Fender, Brenden Proffitt,
Phoenix Propes, Daniel Shuler,
Blake Agner, Krista Cadle, Kayci
Holder, Jayce Puni and Brianna


Reilly.
Second grade: Candace
Clifton, Reghan Dukes, DeShaun
Foster, Clay Fulgham, Tanner
Gainey, Martin Odum, Haylee
Silcox, Ataina Wright, A'lisa
Ridgeway, Seth Tieken, Brandon
Stansel, Markaylen Harper,
Quinn Robertspn-Raulerson,
Garrett Courson, l.af Culbreath,
CJ. Hernandez, Tahj Merriex,
Megan Parrish, Lauren Smith,
Jordan Vaughn,- --Elizabeth
Watson, Abiga le Andrews,
Jace Bielling, Hunter Croft, Eli
Rimes, Morgan Seay, Summer
Bridges, Jessica Brooks, Bodi
Long, Landon Proffitt, Jas~ ne
Thomas, Jordan Cazee, Caden
Barrett, Eli Rogers,Alyssa Rugg,
Starla Vaughn, Daniel Velazquez,
ArianaWatts,Josie Croft,Jackson
Holton, Kailey Sapp. Dezmond
Edwards, Evan Hall, Kley Kirby,
Kiersten Lee, Quinten Rawls,
Christian Simmons, Hayleigh
Brooke Williams, Jody DuBose,
Malcolm Odum,Kimmie Palmer,
Hannah Warren, Zeb Raulerson,
Blake Bennefield' Matthew
Compton, Bailey Filippi, Hailey
Fishburn, Wesley Richardson,
Violet Romero and Dillon Seay.
Third grade: Chloe DuBose,


s-7~vrCs so


Randa Goodwin, Victoria
Madigan, Michael Otts, Abigail
Rainey, Mathew Hunter
Williams, Kelly Denson, Alan
Holloway, Lynsie Johnson, Reah
Jones, Douglas Knagge, Conner
Rizer, Danielle Slown, Ke'Andre
Young, Drew Clemons, Billy


Hinson, Sologon Jones, Noah':
Sanderson, Lana Sapp, Brenit
Wilson, Cody Harrell, Tylor,
Thornton, Gracie Cabral,
Lake Harris, Julianne Roberts,
Katherine Dorsey, Robertb"

See HONOR page 5A,


Woodmen present U.S. flag to LBES
An American flag was presented to Lake Butler Elementary School by the
Woodmen of the World In preparation for Veterans Day. Pictured are: (back
row, I-r) Denise Crawford, Christie Perez, Stacey Rimes, Troy Underhill,
Elizabeth Vandiver, (middle row, I-r) Michah Jordan, Ke'Andre Stephens,
Jewel Dekle, Kadie Adams, Grant Dicks, Sydney Taylor, Kanten Toucshtone,
Callynn Boggs, Lyndee Griffis, Chevy Doughman, Lily Neal, Blaine
Williams, Erich Seager, Alexus Panozzo, Aaron Alexander, Bryce Sanders,
Chloe Chohan, (front row, I-r) Lily Young, John Griffis, Donald Hedrick,
Ashton Warner, Jatera Cummings, Baler Waters, Yasmine Givens, Kayley
Tomlinson, Mallorle Edsall, Colby Peacock, Jordan Akins, Konner Rossiter,
Tom Jenkins, Eli Elixson, Carter Roberts and Sawyer Roberts.


ATTENTION

CERTIFIED OR REGISTERED

BUILDING, RESIDENTIAL AND

GENERAL CONTRACTORS

The Town of Raiford has been awarded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
funding to provide Housing Rehabilitation assistance for a minimum of eight (8) single-
family housing units throughout the Town. The Town of Raiford is currently accepting
applications from Certified or Registered Building, Residential and General Contractors
that are interested in participating in the Town's CDBG program. Minority and women-
owned businesses are encouraged to participate. If you are interested in obtaining an
application, the Town has made the application available upon request by contacting Town
Clerk, Alisha Redding at (386) 431-1144 or Ronald Vanzant of Jordan & Associates at
(904) 264-6203. Upon completion, the application must be submitted to Alisha Redding,
'Town Clerk, at Town Hall, 13172 N County Road 229, Raiford, FL 32083. All-applications
are due by 5:30 pm, on December 30, 2011.

The Town of Raiford is an Equal Opportunity
Employer/Handicapped Accessible/Fair Housing Jurisdiction.


ATTENTION RESIDENTS OF

THE TOWN OF RAIFORD

The Town of Raiford has been awarded Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
funding to provide Housing Rehabilitation assistance for a minimum of eight (8N single-
family housing units throughout the Town. The Town of Raiford is currently accepting
applications from residents of the Town that are interested in participating in the Town's
CDBG program. If you are interested in obtaining an application, the Town has made the,
application available upon request by contacting Town Clerk, Alisha Redding at (386) 431-
1144 or Ronald Vanzant of Jordan & Associates at (904) 264-6203. Upon completion, the
application must be submitted to Alisha Redding, Town Clerk, at Town Hall. 13172 N
County Road 229, Raiford, FL 32083. All applications arc due by 5:30 pm, on January 10.
2012.

Residents interested in obtaining additional information regarding the Town's CDBG
Housing Rehabilitation program or requiring assistance with the Homeowner Application
are encouraged to attend the Homeowner Application Workshop on January 5, 2012. The
Homeowner Application Workshop will be held at Raiford Town Hall, 13172 N County
Road 229, Raiford, FL 32083. The Town's Homeowner Application Workshop will include
a general presentation on the CDBG Housing Rehabilitation program and the Homeowner
Application, followed by individual sessions with residents requiring assistance with the
Homeowner Application. The Homeowner Application Workshop will be conducted on
January 5, 2012, from 5:30 pm 8:30 pm.

The Town of Raiford is an Equal Opportunity
Employer/Handicapped Accessible/Fair Housing Jurisdiction.


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4A Union County Times Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011
Io 1' II


LBES has Holiday


Hoedown program


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

Lake Butler Elementary
School third and fourth graders
celebrated the upcoming holiday
with their performance of a
"Holiday Hoedown."
LBES students, grades K-
4, attended a field trip during
school on Dec. 7-8 to see the
performance at the high school
auditorium. The play was also
performed again the evening of
Dec. 8, for the public.
The auditorium was decorated
with large cut-outs of western
boots, signs of names of country
singers like Willie Nelson
and Johnny Cash, cut-outs of
ornaments and holiday notes
decorated with garland,hay bales,
wagon wheels and Christmas
stockings.
The main characters were:
Paden Clyatt as Santa, Karilyn
Schreck as Mrs. Claus, Kandace.
Moppert as Dolly Holiday,
Jonathan Maldonado as the
nerd boy, Dylan Snyder as Tex
Glitter, Jason Ferguson and
Jimmy Waters as the main elves
(Yokam'and Dwight) and Colton
Cox as the singing reindeer with
a blinking nose.
There were five performers
dressed as reindeer and several
students were dressed as elves
with Santa hats, red suspenders,
and white and red striped socks.
The rest of the cowgirls and
cowboys were decked out in their
western attire with belt buckles,
hats, and boots.
Fourth grade students
participating in play were:
Anistin Arvin, Madison Brown,
Phonteria Brown, Karla Bryant,
Kayla Bryant, Adena Crumitie,
Jason Ferguson,Shannon Harden,
Phylicia Harris, Renee Hulsey,
Ronald Hulsey, Cheyenne Johns,
Karmen Johnson, Makayla
Jones, Justice Kite, Ciara
Manning, Jonathan Maldonado,
Keisie Michael, Hannah Mincks,
Kandace Moppert, Karah Oden,
Sydney Personette, Samantha
Raniaall, Kafilyni Sihre'ok,
Camryn Silcox, Kaylee Shealy,
Dylan Snyder, Jimmy Waters,


Trinity Watkins, and Matthew
Wilburn.
Thiid grade students
participating in the play were:
Madalinn Belot, Hailey Britt,
Miranda Broughton, Gracie
Cabral,Allyson Chapman, Paden
Clyatt, Andrew Courson, Colton
Cox, Abigail Crawford, Ashley
Crawford, Emily Davison, Kelly
Denson, Katherine Dorsey,
Keeley Durrance,Quaneria Epps,
KaitlynGainey,DesmondGivens,
Randa Goodwin, Jackson Griffis,
Aliyah Hancock, Soloman Jones,
Brian Kish, Douglas Knagge,
Elizabeth Lewis, Taylor Noble,
Hannah Perron, Julianne Roberts,
Erica Roseke, Noah Sanderson,
Lana Sapp, Delaney Sweat,Tyler
Thornton, Katy White, Hunter
Williams, and Frank Ziesmer.
The students square danced,
line danced, and performed
songs bringing holiday cheer to
the audience, chanting "slap your
hands and stomp your feet, this
holiday hoedown can't be beat."
One of the songs performed
by the students had lyrics that
described the play best, there
were dancers dancing, prancers
prancing and people singing, yee
haw!
The attending guests stood
and applauded the children's
performance at the conclusion of
the play. Principal Stacy Rimes
said, "The students worked very
hard for this."
Rimes recognized and thanked
the following people for their
assistance in the production:
Margret Combs-music, Steve
Saunders-sound, Trudy Andrews
and Tammy Wilkerson-
technology specialists, and Terry
Fortune and Diane Saunders-
behind-the-curtain support.

Rimes then recognized the
music teacher responsible for the
production as Pam Carter. "She
put a lot oft'me and effort into
this," said Rimes. When Carter
was asked if she had anything
she would like to say, she simply
sa id "There -is- -no practice
Mondayy.' The crowd laughed
and applauded all of her hard
work with the students.


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LBES third and fourth graders put on a show for the spirit was in full force as they ended a song with a yee
community called, "The Holiday Hoedown." The holiday haw.


Rotary gives

dictionaries
BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Lake Butler Rotary Club
recently donated approximately
250 Webster Student Dictionaries
to third-grade students at the
Lake Butler Elementary School.
* According to Rotary President
Larry Clyatt, Rotary provides
the dictionaries each year to the
entire third-grade class. These
books may be the only book each
child ever owns with his or her
name placed inside it. Each book
is labeled, stating that it was a gift
from Lake Butler Rotary. It also
gives the Rotary a vested interest
in the on-going education of the
children within the community.
Each year Lake Butler Rotary,
along with Baker Rotary,
participate in the book give away
which is headed by the Assistant
District Rotary Governor Harvey
Baxter.
There were more than 240
books issued to the third-grade
students this year. The dictionary
offers weights, measurements,
metrics, common standard
international unit symbols,
multiplication tables, individual
state information, Roman
numerals, civic lessons, the
United States Constitution, sign
language, and other important
information that the child may
never otherwise have access to.
Some of the individuals
assisting with the distribution
of the dictionaries were:
Assistant Principal Christie
Perez, Superintendent Carlton
Faulk, Rotarian Dave Mecusker,
Rotarian Maggie Wetzel, third-
grade teacher Chana Williams,


Recently, the Rotary Club donated approximately 250 Webster Student Dictionaries to
third-grade students at Lake Butler Elementary School. Pictured with the dictionaries
are (back row, I-r) Assistant Principal Christie Perez, Superintendent Carlton Faulk,
Rotarian Dave Mecusker,
Rotarian Maggie Wetzel,
third grade teacher Chana CHRISTMAS IS THE BEST TIME OF THE YEAR!
Williams, Rotarian Larry Come experience
Clyatt and Rotarian Harvey
Baxter, (middle row, I-r) "The Joy of Christmas"
Madison Boyette, Kelsie Presented by Kelly Christie Dance Xcademy
Marmon, Caitlyn Smith,
Ivey Allen, Kaleb Renaldi, SAT DEC 17th 2pm & 7pm
Austin Lake and Steven Admission $5 at the door
Barlow, (front row, I-r) Citizens of Union County have had the opportunity to expeftince unique
Hannah Mason, Caleb Tate, representations of a variety of stories such as The Nutcracker, Coppelia, Exodus,
anna ason, aliae, andAfier God's Own Heart. The Joy of Christmas promises to be no exception.
Emily Johnson, Karissa All of the KCDA dancers will be featured in this presentation. Also showcased
Esford, Summer Palmer, will be the musical talents of local musicians and vocalists: Tim Allen, Alex
Macayla Benefleld, Carmen Rafanan, Cynthia Tickel, and Lauren VanDuzer. Many more vocalists and actors
Knight and Jacob Faulkner. from the community will take part in the production this weekend.
For those interested in advancing or beginning their training in dance, KCDA
Rotarian Lanv C'att and will have opuacnroalment-January 2 February 3. Genr,,tauglsinLude: ballet,
Rotarian Larnv ClyBatt an pointe, jazi,'ta'p,' lhip-, ih'ndrobatics. For more infmQat'iiod, lease visit:
Ktarian Hanrc Bater www.kelly''rirsttled ani~.om and send an e-mail inquiry.:iegister online, or
The Rotary Club's motto is ,contact KCDAby phone-(904) 364-6368.
"Service Above Self."






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She will be at a book-signing
event at Butler Seafood 'House
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12/8 2tchg 12/15-UCT


E LEGALS



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2010-CA-000086
FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
MARILYN RENAY MILLER A/K/A
MARILYN R. MILLER; RONALD
JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A RONALD J.
MILLER; UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN-
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY;
Defendants.


RE-NOTICE OF
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
NOTICE IS HEREBYGIVEN pursuant pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Foreclosure Sale dated November
Sale dated November 30, 2011, and 10, 2011, and entered in Case No.
entered in Case No. 63-2010-CA- 632010CA000124CAXXXX, of the
000086, of the Circuit Court of the Circuit Court of the 8T' Judicial Circuit
8TH Judicial Circuit in and for UNION in and for UNION County, Florida.
County, Florida. FORECLOSURE FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC. is
ADVISORS, LLC is Plaintiff and Plaintiff and DELORES V. JACKSON
MARILYN RENAY MILLER A/K/A A/K/A DELORES V. HARRIS; JOHN
MARILYN R. MILLER; RONALD C. HARRIS; TERRY J. TURNER:
JOSEPH MILLER A/K/A RONALD J. UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
MILLER; UNKNOWN PERSON(S)IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY; APOSTOLIC-
PROPERTY; are defendants. I will PROPHETIC MINISTRIES OF
sell to the highest and best bidder for TRUE WAY BIBLE DELIVERANCE
cash IN THE FRONT LOBBY OFTHE CHURCH, INC.; are defendants. I will
COURTHOUSE, at 55 WEST MAIN sell to the highest and best bidder for
STREET, LAKE BUTLER in UNION cash IN THE FRONT LOBBY OF THE
County, FLORIDA, at 11:00 a.m., on COURTHOUSE, at 55 WEST MAIN
the 29" day of December, 2011, the STREET, LAKE BUTLER in UNION
following described property as set County, FLORIDA, at 11:00 a.m., on
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: the 12m day of January, 2012, the
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN following described property as set
THE NORTHEAST /4 OF THE forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
SOUTHEAST / OF SECTION 18, LOT15AND23, SANTAFE HILLS, AS
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 21 PER PLAT THEREOF RECORDED
EAST, IN THE TOWN OF RAIFORD, IN THE PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 28,
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA; PUBLIC RECORDS OF -UNION
SAID PARCEL BEING MORE COUNTY, FLORIDA. TOGETHER
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS WITH '1987 BRIDGIDAIRE MOBILE
FOLLOWS: HOME VIN #GB1S20091A AND
COMMENCE AT A FOUND NAIL GB1S20091B. RP TAG NO. 407422
IN DISC LOCATED AT THE AND RP TAG NO. 407577.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE A person claiming an interest in the
NORTHEAST%/OFTHESOUTHEAST surplus from the sale, if any, other
1/ OF SAID SECTION 18 AND RUN than the property owner as of the
SOUTH 00 DEGREES 22 MINUTES date of the lis pendens must file a
11 SECONDS EAST ALONG claim within 60 days after the sale.
THE WESTERLY BOUNDARY Dated this 23"' day of November,
THEREOF FOR A DISTANCE OF 2011.
604.00 FEET TO A POINT; THENCE REGINAA. PARRISH
RUN NORTH 89 DEGREES 33 As Clerk of said Court
MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST FOR By: Julia Croft
A DISTANCE OF 34.37 FEET TO A As Deputy Clerk
FOUND " REBAR LOCATED ON This notice is provided pursuant to
THE EASTERLY BOUNDARY OF Administrative Order No. 2.065.
THE RIGHT OF WAY OF COUNTY In accordance with the Americans
ROAD NO. S-229 FOR THE POINT with Disabilities Act, If you are a
OF BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT person with disability who needs any
OF EEGINNING THUS DESCRIBED accommodation in order to participate
CONTINUE NORTH 89 DEGREES in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
33 MINUTES 22 SECONDS EAST no cost to you, to provisions of certain
FOR A DISTANCE OF 194.59 FEET assistance. Please contact the Court
TO A FOUND " REBAR; THENCE Administrator at 55 West Main Street,
RUN SOUTH 00 DEGREES 37 Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054,
MINUTES 29 SECONDS EAST FOR Phone No. (352) 374-3648 within 2
A DISTANCE OF 225.18 FEET TO working days of your receipt of this
A FOUND %" REBAR LOCATED AT notice or pleading; if you are hearing
THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF A impaired, ca1 00l-955-8771 (TDD);
PARCEL OF LAND AS DESCRIBED if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
-IN OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay
70, PAGE 111 OF THE PUBLIC Services).
RECORDS OF UNION COUNTY, 12/8 2tchg 12/15-UCT
FLORIDA; THENCE RUN SOUTH
86 DEGREES 31 MINUTES 40
SECONDS WEST AND ALONG IN.THE.CIRCUIT.COURT FOR
THE NORTHERLY B'O1IDAR"RY OF -... UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
SAID DESbCftlBelDPARCEL. tOR A' PROBATE DIVISION
DISTANCE OF 193.98 FEET TO A IN RE: ESTATE OF
FOUND " REBAR LOCATED ON BRIAN ALTON MCGRIFF
THE EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY Deceased.
LINE OF COUNTY ROAD NO. S-229;
THENCE RUN NORTH 00 DEGREES NOTICE TO CREDITORS
50 MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST The administration of the estate of
ALONG SAID EASTERLY RIGHT BRIAN ALTON MCGRIFF, deceased,
OF WAY LINE FOR A DISTANCE whose date of death was July 26,
OF235.43 FEETTOTHE POINTOF 2011; File Number 63-2011-CP-
BEGINNING. 0018, is pending in the Circuit Court
A.person claiming an interest in the for Union County, Florida, Probate
surplus from the sale, if any, other Division, the address of which is 55
than the property owner as of the East Main Street, Lake Butler, FL
date of the lis pendens must file a 32054. The names and addresses of
claim within 60 days after the sale. the personal representative and the
Dated this 5" day of December, personal representative's attorney
2011. are st forth helow


REGINA A. PARRISH
As Clerk of said Court
By: Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, if you are a
person with a disability who needs any
accommodation in order to participate
in this proceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to provisions of certain
assistance. Please contact the Court
Administrator at 55 West Main Street,
Rm. 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054,
Phone No. (352) 374-3648 within 2
working days of your receipt of this
notice or pleading; if you are hearing
impaired, call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD);
if you are voice impaired, call 1-800-
995-8770 (V) (Via Florida Relay


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.
632010CA000124CAXXXX
FORECLOSURE ADVISORS, LLC
Plaintiff,
vs.
DELORES V. JACKSON A/K/A
DELORES V HARRIS; JOHN C.
HARRIS: APOSTOLIC-PROPHETIC
MINISTRIES OF TRUE WAY BIBLE
DELIVERANCE CHURCH, INC.;
TERRY J. TURNER: UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY;
Defendants.


persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITI-IN
THE TIME PERIODS' SET FORTH
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is: December 15, 2011.
Derek B. Alvarez, Esquire
FBN:114278
Anthony F. Diecidue, Esquire
FBN: 146528
Genders, Alvarez, Diecidue, P.A.
2307 West Cleveland Street
Tampa, Florida 33609
PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE:
Holly Elaine McGriff
.12249 SW 48" Terrace
Lake. Butler, FL32054
12/15 2tchg 12/22 UCT

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 63-2009-CA-000159
DIVISION:
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
JENNIFER S. COOKE A/K/A
JENNIFER HOLLEY STRIPLING,
et al,
Defendant(s)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to a Final Judgment of Mortgage
Foreclosure dated December 7, 2011
and entered in Case No. 63-2009-
CA-000159 of the Circuit Court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and
for UNION County, Florida wherein
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA is the
Plaintiff and JENNIFER S. COOKE A/
K/AJENNIFER HOLLEY STRIPLING;
JEFFREY ERNEST COOKE A/
K/A JEFFREY E. COOKE; THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JEFFREY
ERNEST COOKE A/K/A JEFFREY E.
COOKE N/K/A MELISSA COOKE NI'
K/A MELISSA COOKE; ANY AND ALL
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,
HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; are the
Defendants, The Clerk of the Court
will sell to the highest and best bidder
for ash at FRONT DOOR OF THE
MIDDLE OF THE UNION COUNTY
COURTHOUSE at 11:00 a.m., on
the 12t day of January, 2012, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment:
A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN THE
NORTHEAST 14 OF SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE 18
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
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PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: COMMENCE AT A
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LINE OF THE EAST 611.52 FEET
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NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Veterinarian Ricker is fulfilling love of teaching at BHS


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
As a veterinarian, Linda
:Ricker was often responsible
!for helping maintain life, but
though her charges now are
-:not covered with fur, she still
finds that she is responsible for
life-albeit in a different
way-in her new position as
biology teacher at Bradford
High School.
"Here, I get to role model
for life," Ricker said. "I get td'
show by example."
Ricker, who owns Bradford
Pet Care Hospital in Starke
with her husband, Mike, once
taught biology in the public
school system in Hillsborough
County before she, went to
veterinary school. She wasn't
actively looking to return to
the classroom, but sometimes
life creates an opportunity
when you least expect it.
It began with a trip to the
Bradford High School media
center. Ricker was taking her
daughter Rachel, a freshman,
to a band meeting and was
interested in volunteering to
help the band program.
"Once I was inside (the
media center), the band
volunteers seemed to be up
and running and pretty
organized," Ricker said. "I
didn't feel they needed an
extra person.
"I was sitting in the media
center, and (assistant principal
Chad) Farnsworth was there. I
askid him if he needed help
with the science fair this year
because I had volunteered in
the past. He said he needed a
biology teacher, and I could
start the application process
the next day."
Ricker said she talked the
prospect of teaching over with
her husband. Bradford Pet.
Care Hospital, which she and
her husband built from a
housecal practice, was on firm .


footing, so it was agreed that
she could go into the
classroom without the practice
suffering.

"My husband encouraged
me because he knows how
much I enjoy teaching," Ricker
said. "He saw that part of me
that really missed it. I was
having staff meetings every
week where we taught new
lessons. He saw that I really
thrived in that environment.
"It was one of those
moments that I couldn't
believe was being offered, and
when I examined all the parts
of my life, it was a go."
Some 20 years had passed
since Ricker last taught in a
classroom setting, yet she had
continued to teach in some
aspect as she and her husband
were establishing their
veterinary practice. She has
mentored and worked
alongside college students at
her practice, participated in
career days at the public
schools and taught in the
College for Kids program
through Santa Fe College.
"I never really got away
from it," Ricker said of
teaching. "I just got outside the
classroom and into the field."
There have been changes,
though, over those 20 years
that Ricker has had to adjust
to. The biggest challenge has
been using a computer to do
such things as take roll or
maintain her grade book.
"I'm currently taking a class
at Santa Fe to update my
computer skills," Ricker said:.
A change has also taken
place in regard to the approach
of teaching.
"One \of the biggest
challenges Fm having is I'm
being educated here that
research shows that lecture is
the least effective way for
students to learn," Ricker said.


Starke veterinarian Linda Ricker (right) helps student Brenton Ruise with a
microscope slide. Ricker is In her first year of teaching biology at Bradford High
School after last teaching approximately 20 years ago in Hillsborough County.


"That's new to me. I've had to
engage students with more
activities. Science lends itself
to a lot of lab work, but even
so, traditionally I had always
provided lecture with lab.
"What we're being asked to
do is come up with new ways
to engage students without
lecture notes, to have more
student-generated activities.
That was a new trend for me."
Reading coach Donna Tew
has been a big help as far as
getting Ricker acclimated to a


different style of teaching.
English teacher Raymond
Schaefer, who has been
assigned to her as a mentor,
has been a big help as well,
Ricker said. Schaefer has
taught her how to prepare
lesson plans in accordance to
state standards and how' to
prepare assignments the
students view as having some
value.
Fellow science teachers
Cindy Bagley, Donley Borges,
Lina Fares, Joe Mangels and


Greg Marshall have been
supportive as well.
"They are a phenomenal
group that has never once said,
'You don't know this, and
you're a veterinarian?' I think
I shocked them how behind I
was on the computer," Ricker
said, "but they have never
openly made me feel bad."
Well, there was that one
time Marshall kind of
embarrassed Ricker by putting
her on the spot when it came to
a debate on the platypus and
what classification it belonged


to.
"His students were arguing
about it, so he thought he
could clarify it by asking me,"
Ricker said. "I was
dumbfounded because they
had reclassified the platypus
into monotremes (egg-laying
mammals).
Platypus questions aside,
Ricker has enjoyed her
relationship with her felFow
science teachers-a group
defined by hard work and
cooperation.. Teachers will
share ideas on what proved to
be a successful tool or
assignment in their classes,
while putting in long hours in
preparing for assignments and
labs. It's not unusual to find
the teachers at the school after
dark, Ricker said.
The investment of their
personal time without
receiving compensation for it
has made quite an impression.
"It's really humbling to see
that," Ricker said.
Though a new teacher in the
Bradford County school
system, Ricker is no stranger
to many of her students. If they
don't know her from career
days, they know her because
she treats their family pets.
Therefore, it's not uncommon
for students to ask Ricker pet-
and veterinary-related
questions.
However, it's Ricker's job to
keep the students focused on
their classwork. They will
have their chance to talk about
pets and what she and her
husband do.
"We're going to have a
special day dedicated to
veterinary medicine and have
Dr. Mike come in and show X-
rays," Ricker said. "I keep
telling them, 'Let's save it for
the day we discuss veterinary

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Lake Area McDonald's

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returns to Bradford High


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Eight boys' basketball teams
will take to the court at
Bradford High School on
Tuesday, Dec. 20, through
Thursday, Dec. 22, hoping to
lay claim to the championship
trophy of the third annual Lake
Area McDonald's Christmas
Tournament, hosted' by the
Kiwanis Club of Starke.
Participating teams include
Bradford's neighbor rival
*Union County, an undefeated
Gainesville team, which is
ranked near the top of the
Class 6A poll, an undefeated
Ocala Vanguard team and St.
Mary's Parish, a team all the
way from Annapolis, Md.
Every team but one had a
record of at least .500 prior to
Dec. 13.
: "I think we have a great field
of teams," said Bradford head
coach Traavis Chandler, whose
team is looking to repeat as
tournament champ after
defeating First Coast 76-71 last
year.
Play begins at 4 p.m. each
day. Daily admission is $5 at
ihe door.
SThe first game of the
tournament on Dec. 20 pits
Baldwin against The Broach
School from Jacksonville. The
test of the slate that day is as
follows: St. Mary's vs.
Vanguard at 5:30 p.m.,
Gainesville vs. St. Augustine
it 7 p.m. and Bradford vs.
Union at 8:30 p.m.
On Wednesday, Dec. 21,
play begins at 4 p.m. with the
losers of the St. Mary's-
Vanguard and Gainesville-St.
Augustine games playing each
other. The losers of the other
two games: on Dec. 20 will
play each other at 5:30 p.m.
The final two games on Dec.
21 pit the Dec. 20 winners


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The tournament's seventh-
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Door prizes will be given
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Barry Warren, a Kiwanis
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encourages people to turn out
during what should be a slow
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"It'll be a geat time in a
week where there's nothing
else to do," Warren said.
Chandler said one of the
teams to beat should be
Gainesville, which fell one win
short of playing Bradford for
the championship last yeqr.
"They're going to be a good
challenge for some teams,"
Chandler said.
The Bradford coach is
excited about the addition of
St. Mary's, which is coached
by Brian Konik. Konik is from
the Gainesville area and was
looking for a tournament in
that area to take his team to.
Chandler said fans should be
interested to see what the
Maryland team looks like and
to compare its brand of
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'Trapping' is
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Crosshorn mtg.-
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the Starke Golf and Country
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Coyotes, armadillos,
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techniques, safety and rules
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There will also be a 20-
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And now, a word from St. Nicholas this holiday season...


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Monitor Editor

Long before there was a Santa
Claus, there was a St. Nicholas.
Everyone knows Santa Claus
pow, and maybe has heard of St.
Nicholas, but we don't always
know why we say one or the oth-
er or what the connection was.
Paul Stegall appeared as St
Nicholas last Saturday, standing
outside Trinity Episcopal Church
in Melrose, to watch Santa
Claus, a very distant relative, roll
by on S.R. 26 in a horse-drawn
wagon. Stegall waved to pass-
grsby on S.R. 26 and in front of
the church; members passed out
sacks to children with informa-
tion on the saint tucked inside.
St. Nicholas was a real person.
He is recorded in the annals of
the early church and his bones
are still around and even intact.
He has a number of churches, re-
ligious organizations and a mag-
azine named after him.
I St. Nicholas was a priest who
became the bishop of Myra, Ly-
cla, a part of moder-day Tur-
key. His church and work played
a part in the development of the
early Christian church in what is
now Europe. The church he built
is:believed to be the first Chris-
tian church in Europe.
SNicholasis believed to have
been born around 270 A.D. and
his death was recorded as Dec.
6343. Like others from the pe-
riod, early tales of miracles and
his legends eventually overshad-
6wed Nicholas' actual work.
.History says he was the son
(f wealthy parents but was or-
phaned during a plague. He was
taken in by his uncle, also named
Nicholas, the bishop of Patara.
The uncle promptly tonsured the
orphaned boy in preparation for
the priesthood.
-Nicholas became the bishop of
Myra after the council, whosejob
i.was to name the new bishop,
debated all night on who should
succeed the former bishop, who
had died. One councilman final-
ly said, "The first person named
Nicholas who shows up to pray
t~rnorrow morning will be the
riw bishop."
- Thp next morning Nic~o-
las wnt to church to pray, and
vms'nimmediately installed as the
bhhop of Myra, although he pro-
tested he was too young and not
qualified.
Information handed out by
Trinity Episcopal Church last
Saturday tells the more famous
of the stories about Nicholas, the
story of the villager who had once
been rich but had fallen upon
hard times. The man had three
daughters, but no money for their
dowries. Since they would attract
no husbands, his daughters were
destined to be sold into servitude
or prostitution.
Hearing of the poor man's
plight, St. Nicholas passed by the
man's house on the night the first
daughter was to come of age.
One version of the story has him
throwing a gold coin through an
open window which landed in
the girl's stocking, hung over the
fireplace to dry. Other versions
say it fell into her shoe.
When the second daughter was
to come of age, the same thing
happened; the man awoke the
next morning to find a gold coin
or purse.
When the third daughter was.
to come of age the father decided
to stay up all night to see who
had saved his family. Different
versions have St. Nicholas tell-
ing the father to promise not to
tell who the benefactor was; oth-
ers say St. Nicholas reminded the
man that he had simply brought


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speaking, he could have waved to his grandson too,
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so he dropped the coin down the
chimney instead.
Other legends of Nicholas
have him providing grain or corn
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from death; and even restoring
children to life after they had
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In Byzantihe drawings of St.
Nicholas, the presentations of
round gold coins became mis-
interpreted as oranges, which,
given their ripening around the
season in that climate, became an
integral part of the Yuletide.
Nicholas became known as
the patron saint of children and
sailors, merchants, thieves and
others. Over time, a number of
traditions grew up which linked
the celebration of his feast day
with Yuletide celebrations. The
traditions almost invariably in-
cluded children and gift giving.
Naturally, gifts were normally
exchanged between friends and
family members; eventually the
gifts were attributed to St. Nicho-
las himself.
Traditions surrounding Nicho-
las became widespread through-
out Europe as Christianity grew
during the church's first millen-
nium. The legends and stories
varied widely, but were found in
almost every nation. In the Neth-
erlands, St. Nicholas was called
a variation on St. Nicholas-Sin-
terklaas.
Sinterklaas came, not from
the North Pole, but from Spain,
where oranges grew and, a Ger-
man addition to the legend, he
rode from rooftop to rooftop on
a gray horse. Since he came from
Spain, Sinterklaas had Moorish
assistants; all of who came down
the chimney in the middle of the
night.


Naughty children did not re-
ceive lumps of coal; instead they
were put into sacks and carried
back to Spain with Sinterklaas
and the Moors.
In the United States, Santa
Claus arrived fully developed
and red-suited with "A Visit
from St. Nicholas," by Clement
Clarke Moore, a professor of
Greek and Roman literature at
what became Columbia College
and university.
"A Visit from St. Nicholas"
was printed in the Troy New
York Sentinel on Dec. 23, 1823,
and reprinted often thereafter as


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animals with magical properties,
it was not until Moore's poem
that Santa was a "jolly old elf'
who arrived via eight magical
reindeer, each with a-name.
By the late-1800s, St. Nicholas
had been stripped of his Catholic
origins and he became more ac-
ceptable to the Protestant public
at large. The more non-sectarian
Santa Claus was born, and any
connection to Christianity at all
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Telegraph, Times & Monitor Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011* Page 4B




Letters to the Editor


Upset about
desecration -of
American flag
Dear Editor:
On Nov. 30 at 5:30 p.m. at the
Santa Fe College Andrews Cen-
ter, I witnessed a blatant dese-
cration of the American flag.
At the aforementioned time
the security guard for the An-
drews Center came out and pro-
ceeded to the flagpole.
He started the process of tak-
ing down the flags for the night.
On this pole are three flags. At
the bottom is what I can only
assume is a flag for the college,
in the middle the state flag of
Florida and, of course, on top
the Stars and Stripes.
The guard untied the rope
from the anchor bracket and
started to bring down the flags
stopping at each one to unhook
them. First, the college flag
which he let fall to the ground
around his feet, second, the state
flag with the same result, falling
to the ground along with the
first. Then what happened next I
cduld not believe. He unhooked
the bottom clip off Old Glory
and without so much as an at-
tempt to catch hold of it or drape
it across his arm, just like the
two previous flags, right to the
ground it went.
SI was sitting in .my car on the
east side of the parking lot next
to the wall of the building. Be-
fore he could unhook the top
hook I was over there. When I
pulled up, he stopped what he
:was doing and I asked him what
in sam hill did he think he was
doing? He stared at me like a
deer in the head lights and said
"What?"
I said, "You deliberately let
:the.flag fall to the ground and
did not even try to stop iL".,He
denied it, which infuriated me. I
said, "I sat there and watched
you do it."
I told him that flag had to be
taken to a VFW and properly
disposed of and said that it was
not to be flown anymore since
he had desecrated it. He contin-
ued to deny what I saw with my
own eyes, which made me even
more livid.
By this time, a woman had
come out of the building and
was watching the exchange. It
lasted a couple more minutes.
Then I returned to my parking
spot. The guard and the woman
stood there talking and looking
my way for a bit and then went
up the stairs and turned andd
looked my way again. I could
Ssee she had her cell phone in
hand. So I went back over to
where they were and said, "You
want to call the cops." She said,
S"Yes I am." I said, "Good, I'll be
right over there when they get
Heree"
The police arrived and. I got
out of my car and started walk-
ing their way with ID in hand. I
called to them and they started
my way. I told them I was the
reason they.were, summoned and
showed the officer my ID. The
guard started toward us and the
officer had to tell him three
times to stop .ad'back off.
I told the'l'bfficer word for
word what is'hi the above para-
graphs. The officer told me he
understood where I was coming
from and understood about me
being a patriot. But then he said
something about me not having
the right to... I'm not sure be-
cause I cut him off and said,
"Oh, so I'm going to be made .
out the bad guy here, that's just
great."
He then- went over to the
guard, and I could not hear, but I
could tell the'guard was lying
his hind ned off. When the offi-
cer came back to me' he had a
whole different demeanor. I had,
in fact, been made out the bad
guy.
He told me that in spite of
what had 'happened, I had no
right to approach the guard and
"argue" with him. I asked,
"Since when was it against the
law to have an argument?" Then
the officer got pissy (sorry) and
told me I had been warned not to
trespass Ifandltat I was to never
set foot on another Santa Fe


campus. If I did, I would go to
jail.


I looked at him and smiled
and said, "You are a piece of
work." He said again I could not
argue with that guard. I said,
"The Constitution gives me that
right,'' and he said, "I have the
right to take you to jail if you
don't leave now." I told him the
Constitution also gives me the
right to defend and protect the
flag anyplace, anytime and any-
way I see fit. I did not get the
names of either one of them but
the cop drives patrol car #10.
First of all, that is a state facil-
ity and taxpayer dollars help to
fund it and I am a taxpayer. I
don't think they can ban me
from there and, if they can, I
want my money back.
I would like to get in touch
with, Santa Fe College President
Jackson Sasser.
I hope you look into-this mat-
ter and see fit to print this and
share it with your readers.
Get me the e-mail address of
the police chief and I'll send a
copy to him. No, that's a waste
of time. He would take up for
his officer.
Respectfully submitted by a
livid patriot in Jacksonville
James A. Crosby

Youth Challenge
program very
impressive
Dear Editor:
I'm writing this on behalf of
the Youth Challenge Academy
located at Camp Blanding. This
program works with at risk stu-
dents and is a cooperative effort
between the military and the
Clay County School District.
I have followed this program
through the school district and
recently watched a group of
dedicated men and women pro-
vide arnoutstanding color guard
for Division 4 Kiwanis Clubs
when the Kiwanis governor
came for a visit. The governor
proclaimed it was one of the
most memorable events of his
visit throughout the state of
Florida.
I then was given the opportu-


nity and privilege to attend their
graduation this past Saturday.
Impressive does not begin to
convey this ceremony. It was a
true celebration of what these
young people were able to ac-
complish in 22 weeks.
As I watched each young per-
son cross the stage, and saw
what I can only classify as pure
joy, it was truly a sight to be-
hold. As they exited the stage,
they were quick to thank each
person they passed for helping
them along the way, a true sign
of maturity and appreciation. I
want to congratulate each of
them for this road traveled and
encourage them on their life's
journey.
I would also like to commend
all of the faculty and staff re-
sponsible for contributing to
their success. You will be
blessed for these efforts.
In closing, I would like to en-
courage area clubs and organiza-
tions as you look for worthwhile
projects to support, please con-
sider this program which is lo-
cated literally in our own back-
yard.
Keep up-the good work!
Sincerely,
Tina Bullock, lieutenant gov-
ernor of Division 4, and member
of the Lake Region Kiwanis
Club.


Water article
was excellent
Dear Editor:
I just read James Williams'
,article, "District, Public now
take Multi-causal Approach to
Water."
This is an outstanding article
that makes clear that the sinking
lake levels are caused by many
factors, the primary one believed
to be the Atlantic multi-decadal
oscillation. It also makes clear
that restoring the lake levels will
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including water conservation.
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ILettersto the Editor I


Teaching the
real meaning of
Christmas
Dear Editor:
At this time of year, we are
always so busy with Christmas
parties and gatherings, that it is
easy to lose sight of giving in-
stead of receiving.
This year, my daughter's
teacher at Lake Butler Elemen-
tary School did something dif-
ferent. She didn't have a party
where she passed out presents
and stuffed the kids with candy
and junk food so that they came
home with a bunch more toys
that they don't need, and a bel-
lyache. She simply asked that
each kid bring in $2. That was
easy enough. No buying toys, no
baking.
She bought socks with the
money, and took the kids to
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
in Starke to pass them out, along
with candy canes, to all the resi-
dents. Then they read Christmas
stories to the residents. My
daughter came home telling me
that she wished I had been there
to take pictures so that she could
remember this time forever.
What a gift! She's in third
grade!
She said the residents were so
happy to 'see them, and they
were very receptive. Thank you,
Mrs. Lovelace, for teaching your
class that it is better to give than
to receive. They will remember
that day for a long time, I'm
sure!
Sincerely,
Melisa Noble
Raiford

Hampton
unscrupulous in
traffic
enforcement
Dear Editor:
Sometimes it takes a friend to
help me realize just how uncar-
ing our local government is
about its citizens and how overly
demanding it is about getting
every single cent it can regard-
less of the misery it causes us or
the financial condition it leaves
us in.
Every elected official in this
county knows what the unem-
ployment rate is, what the eco-
nomic hardship that is placed on
every household. Still, there is


no effort shown by any of the
towns and cities to find us some
relief.
On top of the fact that none of
the towns and cities trying to
find some relief, they want to
gouge us more with traffic tick-
ets. Even though Lawtey and
Starke are bad, the small town of
Hampton is by far the worst.
The city vultures there were so
obvious in their efforts to rip off
the unwary traveler, that they
incorporated about 200 yards of
U.S. 301 into the town limits for
the sole reason of collecting
traffic fines from travelers.
Now anyone who wants us to
believe that safety and commu-
nity welfare were the motiva-
tional factors in doing this is
nuts. There is a traffic light and
a gas station at that location and
nothing else, except a marked
car, and sometimes an unmarked
car, hidden behind a garbage
disposal container-and a po-


liceman using a radar gun,
which may or may not be certi-
fied, and the officer may or may.
not be qualified.
Hampton collected $270,000
last year. They have taken in s6
much money that they bought
three cars and two motorcycles
and hired God knows how many
policemen. On most days, one
would see two policemen stop-
ping traffic. I believe that they
are outdoing Lawtey with the
number of men who are on the
road at any one time and Lawtey
can justify theirs at least when
school is in session.
The Hampton situation should
be monitored by the Florida
Department of Law Enforce-
ment and the Attorney General's
Office and the unscrupulous
people.,involved taken before a
grand jury.
Malcolm Hill
Morgan Road


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Socials


Mengs celebrate 65 years


'-Congratulations to Paul and
Ruth Meng on the recent cele-
bration of their 65th wedding
anniversary.
They celebrated this remark-
able milestone at a reception
hosted in their home by their -11
children. Walk into the home of
Paul and Ruth and you immedi-
ately feel something special. It
isn't just the antique china and
hand-caned chairs. It's the sense
of history and- family that radi-
ates from every corer.
Their love story began on
Nov. 9, 1946, at the Holy.Ro-
sary Cathedral in Toledo, Ohi6,
where they were joined in mar-
riage. Shortly after their' honey-
moon, the couple moved to
Hampton to live near Lake
Hampton, on a piece of property
purchased by Paul on a previous
visit with his brother Fran
Meng. .... , -"
* Paul and Ruth subsequently-
purchased a dairy farm on the
east side of Hampton where they
began their family. In addition
to operating the farm, Paul


worked as an electrician at paper,
mills in Femandina Beach and
Palatka. He also taught electrical
classes and offered his expertise
to neighbors in need.
As the family grew, Ruth re-
mained busy as a homemaker, as
a volunteer with the PTA, and
by supporting the children in
school. When the children left
home; she worked with the
Bradford County Hospital Aux-
iliary and began a chair-caning
business.
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the dairy farm and built a lovely
brick home on some land next to
Fran, where they continue to
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through the lives of their 11
children, 25 grandchildren, and
19 great-grandchildrei, Paul and
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Jimmy Hodge'and
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Jillian Pressleyiand
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Pressley and
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Linda and George Cruce of
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.ing marriage of their daughter,
JilHian Pressley, to Christopher
Adams, the son of TJieresa Rus-
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Starke.
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at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 17,
2011, at the First United Meth-
odist Church in Starke. No invi-
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,and family members are invited
to attend.
A reception will follow the
ceremony and will be held at the
Starke Woman's Club, across
the street from the church.


Hodge and
Thornton to wed
Jimmy Hodge of Newberry
and Marie Thornton of Starke
announce their approaching
marriage, set for Friday, Dec.
30, 2011, at 6 p.m. at Pine Level
Baptist Church on S.R. 100 west
of Starke.
Hodge retired from General
Electric as a maintenance me-
chanic. Thornton retired from
the Bradford County School
District as the administrative
secretary at Starke Elementary
School.
All friends and family are in-
vited to the wedding. A recep-
tion will follow in the fellowship
hall of the church.

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Wood military base.
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eight-week program that in-
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Pfc. Brooks also completed
AIT school at Ft. Leonard Wood
and graduated as an engineer.
He will further his education in
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Pfc. Brooks is the son of
Donny and Kim Brooks of
Starke.

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Air Force Airman Anthony H.
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Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
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Peace is a 2008 graduate of
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i-e is tile son of Rose Peace of
Keyst ne Heights and Jerry
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items as well as making
personal donations. Diapers,
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collected, while Aktion Club
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for the project.
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diapers were donated as part of
tlis cause to support the
Bradford County Department
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Day was to donate items to Bradford County's
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medicine."'
Ricker is still involved with
her veterinary practice. She
loves cytology, which is the
study of cells, and will look
over the clinic's cytology and
pathology cases on weekends.
She tried to see her
established patients on
weekends, but found out that
was really going to require
more time "than she could
devote.
"For example, I tried to take
one of old patients on a
Saturday morning as a check-
up," Ricker said. "It turned out
to be an involved case of
autoimmune-mediated anemia.
1 realized then I needed to
detach more so that I could
keep my resources open for
teaching."
Most of her patient case load
has been turned over to her
husband, which has worked
out fine. Ricker and her
husband saw each other's
patients/clients in a lot of cases
anyway.
"Our clients are extremely
flexible and willing to see
either or," Ricker said.
Ricker admitted her "heart
dropped a little" that first day
of teaching when she drove to
the school instead of making
the turn she made so many
times to go to the animal
clinic, but she is getting used
to her new routine. She hopes
she'll be bypassing that turn
into the clinic a lot, though
she's not one to look too far
ahead.
"I try to take it one day at a
time," Ricker said. "I've made
a commitment to teach for this
school year. I hope to be able
to come back. I know they will
reevaluate that situation at the
end of the year.
"I know I'm here for the
duration. I consider this a very
enriching part of my life. As
long as it can last. I know I
will be more efficient the more
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Bishop Kenny
hands BHS boys
loss after big
district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bishop Kenny proved to be
too much for the Bradford
boys' basketball team-which
was coming off of a hard-
fought district win-handing
the Tornadoes a 66-36 loss on
Dec. 10 in Jacksonville.
Bradford (4-1) played the
previous night, defeating Santa
Fe by seven points to remain
undefeated in District 5-4A.
Head coach Traavis Chandler
said having to play the next
night seemed to take a toll on
his team.
"We left it all at Santa Fe,"
he said.
Brian Walton continued his
strong play, making four 3-
pointers and leading the,.
Tornadoes with 21 points. The
next highest scorer for
Bradford, though, had only
five points.
Walton also had three assists
and three steals, while Justin
McBride had six rebounds.
The Tornadoes welcome the
second-ranked team in Class
4A on Friday, Dec. 16, when
they host Lake Highland Prep
at 7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m. Lake
Highland (8-0) features
sophomore guard Joel Berry,
who averages 28 points a
game. Chandler said Berry is
considered the best sophomore
player in the state.
Next. week, Bradford will
take part in the annual Lake
Area McDonald's Christmas
Tournament, hosted by the
Kiwanis Club of Starke and
played at Bradford High
School. See related story for
more information.

Score by Quarter
BHg: 4 9 12 11-36
BKHS: 14 20 28. 4-66
Bradford scoring (36): Deon
Aldridge 4, Keith Baker 4,
Brandon Hildreth 2, McBride 5,


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teams," he said.
The Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament is in its
third year, but the Kiwanis
Club of Starke and Bradford
High School used to present an
annual Christmas tournament
before it was disbanded for a
six-year period.
The original tournament
began in 1994, with Bradford
defeating Seffner Armwood
71-68 for the championship.
Since then, Bradford has
appeared in every
championship game of the old
and current tournaments.
It was Union, though, that
won the second tournament in
1995, defeating Bradford 70-
56. Bradford then defeated
Hawthorne and Middleburg by
scores of 67-64 and 67-37 in
1996 and 1997 before finishing
as runner-up to Keystone
Heights in 1998. Keystone
won that game by a 57-56
score.
The Tornadoes defeated
Wolfson 81-40 for the
championship in 1999 before
meeting up with the Union
County Tigers again in 2000.
Bradford won that game 85-
55.
No championship game per
se was played in 2001 as the
usual tournament format was
replaced by two games that
pitted Bradford against
different opponents. The
Tornadoes defeated Palatka
63-47 and Englewood 85-66 in
what was billed as "The
Kiwanis Challenge."
The tournament format
returned in 2002, with
Bradford defeating Union 86-
54 for the championship.
Six years went by with no
tournament before chandler, in
his first year as head coach,
worked with the Kiwanis Club
to bring the touranment back.
The new Lake Area
McDonald's Christmas
Tournament debuted in 2009,
with Williston claiming the
championship by defeating
Bradford 63-42.
Last year, Bradford defeated
Clay 69-56 and Bartram Trail
76-53 to reach the
championship game. Ya'keem
Griner, who was the
-tournament MVP, scored 20
points and grabbed 12
rebounds in Bradford's 76-71
win over First Coast.
Bradford's Darrin Blye and
Tramaine Harris were all-
tournament team selections.
Blye scored 19 points in the
championship game, while
Harris had 11 points, 10
rebounds and six assists.


Walton 21. 3-pointers: Walton
4. Free throws: 4-8.

Earlier result:

BHS 53 Santa Fe 46
Walton got the Tornadoes
off to astrong.start in a 53-46
win over district' opponent
Santa Fe on Dec. 9 in Alachua.
Bradford, which improved to
3-0 in District 5, outscored the
Raiders 21-10 in the first
quarter, getting three 3-
pointers and 15 points from
Walton.
The Tornadoes built their
lead to 28-10 before the home
team made a run to make it a
four-point game at the half.
Keaaris Ardley went 4 of 6
at the foul line in the fourth
quarter to help Bradford's
cause.
"I was proud of my guys for
not backing down," Chandler
said.
Walton scored a game-high
26 points, while Deantre Burch
had eight points. Walton also
had four assists, while he and
Burch had three steals each.
Lyndell Hampton grabbed a
team-high 10 rebounds, while
McBride had nine rebounds
and six blocked shots.


Score b Quarter


while Bradley had 13 points
and eight rebounds. Bradley
also had 10 assists.
Khliel Jackson added 10
points for Union.
Keystone, which fell to 0-5,
got nine points from Chase
Julius.

Score byQuarter
KHHS: 8 3 4 12-27
UCHS: 20 20 15 8-63
Scoring
Keystone (27): Gibbs 2, Julius
9, Kerr 6, Michel 2, Noble 6,
Richardson 2. 3-pointers:
Julius.
Union (63): C. Alexander 15,
Prince Alexander 6, Princeton
Alexander 7, Bradley 13,
Dukes 6, Edwards.4, Jackson
10, Maeweather 2.'3-pointers:
Bradley, Princeton Alexander,
C. Alexander 2.


Union boys
defeat Dixie


County to even Keystone girls
,icvit. m, r improve to 4-1


Ulbl IMAL 1I1u1r%
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


BHS.. 2 8......A 21-11 advantage in the
BHS: 21 8 8 16-53 third quarter helped the Union
SFHS: 10 15 9 12-46 County boys' basketball team
erase a halftime deficit and
Bradford scoring ,(53): defeat visiting Dixie County
Aldridge 4, Ardley 4, Burch 8, 42-31 on Dec. 9.
Marco Grimsley 7, McBride 5, The Tigers (4-4 prior to Dec.
Walton 26. 3-pointers: Walton 13) evened their District 7-1A
4. Free throws: 12-30. record at 1-1 and won for the
fourth time in five games.
Tigers beat Keldric Bradley led the team
with 17 points, while also
Indians by 36 grabbing a team-high seven
rebounds. Shaimea
BY CLIFF SMELLEY Maeweather added 12 points,
Regional NewsSportsEditor while Carl Alexander had six
Regional News/Sports Editr rebounds.
Carl Alexander and Keldric Union played district
Bradley combined to score 28 opponent Newberry this past
points and grab 16 rebounds to Tuesday and will host district
help the Union County boys' opponent Baldwin on
basketball team defeat visiting Thursday, Dec. 15. The Tigers
Keystone Heights 63-27 on will then host Crescent City on
Dec. 6. Saturday, Dec. 17.
The Tigers, who held a 40- Tip-off times are 7:30 p.m.
11 advantage after the first following junior varsity games
half, got 15 points and eight at 6 pm.
rebounds from Alexander, The Tigers will play in the
annual Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament at
Bradford High School in
Chris Walton and Treyonte Starke beginning Tuesday,
Covington added nine and Dec. 20. See related story for
eight points. respectively. in more information.


the win.

.In their three games
combined, Griner scored 59
points, while Blye scored 44.
Covington and Harris scored
30 and 28 points, respectievly.
Walton had 27 points.


Score by Quarter


DCHS: 9
UCHS: 8


5 11 6-31
2 21 11-42


Union scoring (42): Alexander
4, Bradley 17, Dukes 2,.
Edwards 7, Maeweather 12. 3-
pointers: Edwards, Bradley 2.
Free throws: 7-15.


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Earlier result:

Ft. White 74 UCHS 68
The Tigers held a three-point
lead at the half, but were
outscored 26-12 in the third
-u..Ic. of a 74-68 loss to
visiting Fort White on Dec. 8.
Maeweather led the Tigers
with 21 points, while Bradley
and Daquin Edwards scored 19
and 11, respectively. Bradley
also had five assists and six
rebounds.

Score by Quarter
FWHS: 13 14 26 21-74
UCHS: 19 11 12 26-68

Union scoring (68): C.
Alexander 4, Prince Alexander
7, Princeton Alexander 3,
Bradley 19, Dukes 3, Edwards
11, Maeweather 21. 3-
pointers: Prince Alexander,
Princeton Alexander,
Maeweather, Bradley 2. Free
throws: 19-29.


in district play
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
After opening District 5-4A
play with a loss to Santa Fe,
the Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team has now won
four straight against district
opponents, including a 39-24
victory over visiting Fort
WJite on Dec. 12.
The Indians (7-3, 4-1 in
District 5) held Fort White to
five points in the first half en
route to their fourth win in the
past five games.
Mackenzie Dicks and
Meghan Zinkel scored nine
points each to lead Keystone,
while Tara Shobris had eight
points and a team-high 13
rebounds. Hannah Hamilton
dished out four assists.
Keystone travels to play
Middleburg on Thursday, Dec.
15, at 6:30 p.m. following a
junior varsity game at 5 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 19, the
Indians will play district
opponent Williston on the road
at 6 pjn. The junior varsity
teams will play at 4:30 p.m.


Score by Quarter
FWHS: 3 2 10
KHHS: 8 11 14


9-24
6-39


Keystone scoring (39): Dicks
9, Hamilton 2, Jordan
Leitheiser 2, Jasmine Pernell 5,
Shobris 8, Holly Strassberger
4, Zinkel 9. 3-pointers:
Pernell. Free throws: 11-25.

Earlier results:

St. Joseph 53 KHHS 26
The only team preventing
the Indians from having a
perfect week last week was St.
Joseph, which handed
Keystone a 53-26 loss on Dec.
7 in St. Augustine.
Shobris led the Indians with
10 points.
Score by Quarter
KHHS: 6 2 12 6-26
SJ: 14 12 19 8-53

Keystone scoring (26):
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Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
Jaw enforcement officers in
-Bradford, Union or Clay
Keystone Heights area)
counties:
-',Briana Roshae Aaron, 21, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 10 by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
'battery. She was released Dec.
:J1.
':Shamika Kiara Aaron, 19, of
Ptarke was arrested Dec. 10 by
BSCO deputies for battery.
She was released Dec. 11.
:- Cameron Adams, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested"
Dec. 12 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for contempt of court.
James Eric Baxley, 34, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 6 by
BCSO deputies on an out-of-
county warrant, for giving
false information to a law
enforcement officer during an
investigation and for resisting
an officer. Bond was set at
$5,160 and he was released
Dec. 7.
Toccara Sophia Carter, 27,
of Gainesville was arrested
Dec. 6 by BCSO deputies for
perjury. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she was released
D;ec. 7.
.Howard Louis Charrek
Johnson, 45, of Starke was
arrested Dec. 12 for retail
theft. Bond was set at $1,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
'Dalton Gerard Comunale,
19, of Jacksonville, was
arrested Dec. 10 by Starke
Police Department (SPD)
officers for possession of
marijuana. He was released
. 10.
'.Michael Corbin, 37, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 9 by
BISO deputies for production
o methamphetamine. Bond.
vWLs set at $10,000 and he was
released Dec. 10.
SAlbert Cecil Covington, 30,
ofStarke was arrested Dec. 6
by: BCSO deputies for
possession of marijuana and
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription. He remained in
jiit as of press time.
SJonathan Cox, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Iec. 7 by CCSO deputies for
contempt of court.
:Timothy Steven Cox, 19 of
Lake Butler was arrested by
Union County Sheriffs Office
(UCSO) deputies on Dec. 12
for violation' of felony
probation.
Sim Oliver Crum, 35, of
.Starke ,ws, a ested Dec. 6 by
SOSQPd'eiputies" for failure to
register a change of address by
sexuall offender "and resisting
ai-officer. He remained in jail
o.f.press time.
6isfiiia, Jay.e..vis, 23 of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
9 by UCSO deputies on an out-
of-county warrant.'
.Jorge Dominpguez,, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 7 by CCSO deputies for
violation of .prroation on. an


original charge' of battery.
Jorge Escalante, 20, of
Doraville, Ga. was arrested
Dec. 10 by BGCO deputies for
driving with no valid driver's
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Dec. 10.
Deseree Jacqueline Evans,
28, was arrested Dec. 11 by
BCSO deputies for driving
while license suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$2,000 and she was released
Dec. 11.
Carla Gleason, 38, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 9 by BCSO
deputies for production of
methamphetamine. Bond was
set at $5,000 and she was
released Dec. 10.
Shawn Ashley Gunter, 25,
of Hampton was arrested Dec.
10 by BCSO deputies for
felony battery. Bond was set
at $5,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Keith Dakota Halsey, 20, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 11 by
BCSO deputies for possession
of liquor by a person under 21
and DUI. He was released
Dec. 11.
Christopher Hoffman, 18, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies for failure
to appear on an original charge
of driving with no valid
driver'S license.
Charlie Lee Jonas, 24, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 8 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Ronald James Keedwell, 45,
of Brooker was arrested Dec. 8
by BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Mark Timothy Kurimay, 29,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 12
by BCSO deputies for- larceny
and dealing ii stolen property.
Bond was set at $40,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Michael Wayne Lykins II,
21, of Jacksonville, was
arrested Dec. 7 by BCSO
deputies for larceny and
resisting an officer. Bond was


set at $3,500 and he was
released on Dec. 9.
Kelli Amber McLees, 30, of
Ft. White was arrested on Dec.
13 by UCSO deputies for
grand theft and exploitation of
the elderly.
Sheree R. McMillin, 56, of
Melrose was arrested Dec. '
by BCSO deputies'for failure
to appear. Bond was set at
$115,009 and she was released
Dec. 9.
Ronald Eugene Newman,
41, of Starke was arrested Dec.
9 by SPD officers for driving
while license suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released
Dec. 9.
Gary Norman, 25, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 12 by CCSO deputies for
manufacturing
methamphetamine, and
possession of
methamphetamine.
John Cecil Padgett, 41, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 6 by
BCSO deputies for battery and
obstructing justice. Bond was
set at $10,000 and he was
released Dec. 7.
Amanda Lynn Phelan, 28, of
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.
7 by BCSO deputies for felony
probation violation. She was
released Dec. 7.
Debra Porter, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 9 by GCSO deputies for
burglary, grand theft and
failure to appear on an original
charge of petit theft.
Arthur David Ramsey, 55,
of Hampton was arrested Dec.
6 by BCSO deputies for DUI
and driving while license
suspended or revoked. He
remained in jail as of press
time.
Manietha Patricia Spencer,
48, of Starke was arrested Dec.
6 by SPD officers for
possession of narcotics
equipment and driving while
license suspended or revoked..
Bond was set at $1,500 and
she was released Dec. 9.
Justin Clayton Todd, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested on
Dec. 9 by UCSO deputies for


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Chipley Robert Turner, 18,
of Melrose was arrested Dec.
10 by SPD officers for driving
with no valid driver's license.
He was released Dec. 11.
Lucas Shane Vance, 18, of
Jacksonville Beach was
arrested Dec. 10 by SPD
officers for possession of
marijuana and possession of
narcotics equipment. He was
released Dec. 10.
Lori Hedrick Waters, 38, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
6 by UCSO deputies for
possession of narcotics
equipment.
Taylor Christian Weaver,
18, of Jacksonville was
arrested Dec. 10 by SPD
officers for possession of
marijuana and possession of
narcotics equipment. He was
released Dec. 10.
Kaley Williams, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
by CCSO deputies on Dec. 6
for violation of probation on
original charges of burglary
and grand theft.


Markitta Cherice' Witcher,
27, of Jacksonville was
arrested Dec. 12 BY BCSO
deputies for misdemeanor


Checkpoints set
up in Starke
area
The Starke Police
Department and Bradford
County Sheriffs Office will
conduct vehicle checkpoints in
the following locations
throughout this month:
U.S. 301 north of S.R. 16
to C.R. 233.
U.S. 301 south to the
county line.
S.R. 16 west to Northwest
177th Street.
S.R. 16 east to C.R. 230A.
S.R. 100 east to Colley
Road.
S.R. 100 west to C.R. 225.
C.R. 229 to C.R. 225.


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remained in jail as of press
time.


FHP sets
checkpoints
The Florida Highway Patrol
will be conducting driver's
license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints at the following
locations in Bradford and
Union counties:
Bradford County-C.R.
230, C.R. 100A, C.R. 231,
C.R. 225, C.R. 229, C.R. 221,
C.R. 233, C.R. 18, S.R. 16,
C.R. 227, Speedville Road,
Market Road, C.R. 325, C.R.
214, NW 177th St., S.R. 231,
C.R. 235, SW 75th St.
Union County-C.R. 238,
S.R. 121, S.R. 16, C.R. 18,
S.R. 231, C.R. 229, S.R. 238,
S.R. 18, C.R. 231.


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sll~rJULTII Yml I I


Indians score 6

first-half goals

en route to 8-0

win over Rams
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Cory Hedding, Zac Holman
and Matt Michaud combined
for seven goals, while Juan
Grimaldo had five assists in
the Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team's 8-0 win over
District 5-2A opponent
Interlachen on Dec. 9 in
Keystone.
The Indians, who ended the
match with a goal by Hedding
.in the 60th minute, improved to
7-0-2 in the district and now
need only to beat P.K. Yonge
on Jan. 6 to wrap up the top
seed in next month's district
tournament.
Keystone wasted little time
scoring against the Rams,
getting its first goal
approximately 30 seconds into
the match and scoring three
goals in the first nine minutes.
Holman scored the first two
goals, getting an assist from
Tucker McLean on the first'
and an assist from Logan
Stanley on the second.


Juan Grimaldo pushes the
win over Interlachen.

Interlachen took a good shot
from close range in the fifth
minute, but the kick was high.
Instead of a 2-1 game, it
became 3-0 when Hedding


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* f.eyeioteqi agper Eri.Wood has posted three
straight shutouts.


scored on a Grimaldo assist in
the ninth minute.
Hedding scored on a penalty
kick in the 22nd minute. Less
than six minutes later,
Interlachen's goalie deflected a
shot by Grimaldo, but
Michaud was there to to score
off. the rebound and put the
Indians up 5-0.
Zac Hawkins missed his
own rebound goal shortly
afterward, but Wyatt Graziano
did score before the half,
taking advantage of a pass
from Grimaldo in the 34(h
minute to send the Indians into
the half up 6-0.
Stanley scored off of a
Grimaldo corner kick
approximately two minutes
into the second half, leaving
Keystone one goal shy of
enforcing the mercy rule. That
last goal took a while, but
finally occurred in the 61"
minute. It was Grimaldo
getting the assist again,
feeding Michaud for the match
winner.
Grimaldo finished the week
with nine assists in two
matches.
It was the seventh shutout
goalkeeper Eric Wood and the


Indians have recorded this
year. Their eighth occurred
this past Monday, Dec. 12,
when Keystone defeated
visiting Gainesville 2-0.
Wood made 10 saves for the
Indians, who improved to 9-3-
3.
Grimaldo scored the lone
goal in the first half off of an
assist from Holman in the 23"1
minute. Holman added a goal
of his ownin the 61" minute,
scoring off..of an assist from
Matt Crane.
Keystone played Middleburg
this past Tuesday and will
travel to Ponte Vedra to play
Nease on Thursday, Dec. 15, at
6:30 p.m. On Monday, Dec.
19, the Indians travel to play
Palatka at 7 p.m.

Earlier result:

KHHS 7 Newberry 0
Crane scored three goals,
while Grimaldo had four
assists in Keystone's 7-0
district win over Newberry on
Dec. 6 in Newberry.
The Indians scored two
goals in the second half. Crane
scored off of a Stanley assist in
the 23" minute, while Hedding
scored in the 27t minute off of
a Grimaldo assist.
Hedding scored the first goal
of the second half off of an
assist from Holman in the 49th
minute. Crane then scored two
straight off of assists from
Holman and Grimaldo.
Keystone added two goals in
the final seven minutes.
Stanley and Michael Carroll
each scored off of Grimaldo
assists.


Zac Holman beats an
Interlachen player to the
ball in Keystone's 8-0
win, which Improved the
Indians to 7-0-2 in
District 5-2A..


Keystone's Morgan Gibbs heads the ball in her
team's 3-0 win over Interlachen.


Gibbs gets 3

goals in Lady

Indians' win

over Interlachen

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Morgan Gibbs all of the
Keystone Heights girls' soccer
team's goals in a 3-0 win over
District 5-2A opponent
Interlachen on Dec 9 in
Keystone.
Gibbs scored the only goal
the Indians (7-2-3 prior to Dec.
12) would need just two
minutes into the match. She
had near misses in the fifth and
21" minutes as the team as a
whole had several good looks


in the first half.
Julia Osteen and Raychel
Trimble each had scoring
opportunities, but it was Gibbs
who put another first-half goal
on the board. That came
following a corer kick by
Taryn Davis. Trimble missed a
shot off of the corner kick, but
Gibbs was there for the
rebound putback.
Gibbs had two attempts that
were just wide of the mark in
the second half before finally
scoring her third goal of the
night with approximately six
minutes to play.
Keystone played Williston
and Middleburg this past
Monday and Tuesday and will
not be in action until
Wednesday, Jan. 4, when .it
hosts Williston at 6 p.m.


Juan Grimaldo (foreground) and Cory Hedding celebrate a goal.


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Land for Sale
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home or
mobile home. Keystone
Heights area. Asking
$6,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
3.5 ACRES, asking $22,000
or 1.75 acres, asking
$12,500, high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Call
Marlena Palmer at Smith
& Smith Realty, 904-422-
9470.
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Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
CAR WASH. Located in
Starke. 4 self-serviced
bays, 1 automatic rental.
building. Call 386-344-
7000 for details.
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DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
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$315 per month. Confer-
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904-364-8395.
OFFICE BUILDING WITH 2
OFFICES. One main work
area for multi workers. In-
cludes kitchen, two bath-
rooms, shower, 12-14 pri-
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A/C units. For information,
call 904-364-9022. Rent'
is $500/mth.
COMMERCIAL OFFICE
SPACE for lease. Close
to Bradford County
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RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
units. South HWY 301
frontage, across from the
KOA Campground and
next to Lightning Pawn.
Call 352-235-1675.
WELL-CARED-FOR triplex
in downtown Keystone
Heights. Two 2BR apart-


ments and one 1BR
apartment. Solid money-
maker. $160,000. 352-
475-5671.
HISTORIC COMMERCIAL
BUILDING in Keystone
Heights on Main St.
Room for off-street park-
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uses including shop, res-
taurant and professional
office. $165,000. 352-
475-5671. ,
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Modular-singlewide.
$9,000. Call Jared or
Greg 904-259-4663.
COMMERCIAL BUILDING.
40x100 with 2 ton hoist for
picking up large materials.
Large office area, bath-
room and kitchen area.
Downtown Starke. Call
Bonnie 904-626-8488.
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Homes for Sale
BEAUTIFUL CONCRETE
BLOCK HOME for sale.
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sq. ft. heated. 3BR/1.5BA,
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and family room with real
wood flooring, marble
fireplace and built in wood
shelves and cabinets, 2
car garage, utility room
in garage with W/D hook-
ups, 2 storage sheds,
large yard 1 acre with
multiple fruit trees, 1 mile
east of hospital on CR
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area for kids and recre-
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shopping $198K obo,
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ment. Asking $128,300.
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n I BUY & SELL used homes.
. 32x80 4BR/2BA $42,900.
28x52 3BR/2BA $29,900.
Prices include set up &
delivery. 904-259-4663.
t 2011 MODELS 10K OFF.
s Free furniture package
Y includes set up, AC, steps
& skirting. Huge 4BR.
$59,900. Call 904-259-
/ 4663.

S 50
S For Rent
I MOBILE HOME & HOUSE
for rent. In good condition.
For more information call,
904-954-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
LAKE GENEVA MOBILE
HOME PARK, Keystone
Heights. For rent large
2BR/2BA washer/dryer
water included $500/mo.
First month, and secu-.
rity. Call Rick at 352-235-
0506.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, dean, dose to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
VERY NICE ONE PERSON
FURNISHED APT. on
Bedford Lake. Possible
discounts and perks. Ref-
erences required. For
information call 352-473-
7769.
LAKE SANTA FE 2BR/1.5BA
furnished Mobile Home.
Covered parking, washer/
dryer and cable. $800/mo.
Call 352-745-1307.
1BR/1BA WASHER/DRY-
ER. Nice upstairs apt.
$450/mo. Will work out
final and security on pay-
ment plan. Call Joan 904-
964-4303.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, 1005 SW 6th St.
Starke 32054. TDD/TTY
711. Rental assistance for
qualified applicants. 1,2,3,
& 4 BR. HC and non-HC
accessible apartments.
Laundry facility and play-
ground. Water, sewer, and
garbage provided. "This
institution is an equal
opportunity provider and
employer." Call 386-496-
3141.


Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
rne-in Spedial
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartment. Central acl
heatl,_j"te Is ) S'dr
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDDfTY
711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer.


PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
2BR/1 BA, 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
S904-742-5985

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.
2BRI1BA HOUSElst &
sec. deposit, $600. Lake
Geneva area. Call 352-
473-2919.
3BR/1.5BA, PLUS DEN,
HOME available January
15th, 2012 on Little Lake
Geneva. Has upstairs
deck over looking lake,
much more. Keystone
Heights area. $700/mo.
$700 deposit. Call for
more information 352-
235-0020.
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.
KEYSTONE, HOUSE ON
Lake Gereva. 2B/1BA,
CH/A, $600/mo. $400
deposit. Call 904-955-
8262.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260.


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2BR/1BA SWMH CH/A,
W/D hook-up. 1 acre land,
very clean. $525/mo plus
deposit. Call 904-769-
9559.
MELROSE 1/BR APT. $550/
mo. includes utilities. Ser-
vice animals only. 352-
475-3486.
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.
ROOM FOR RENT w/ an
elderly lady. Looking for.
someone 60 years or,
older who need company.
No smoking, no drinking,
Pet on premises. $300/
mo. includes utilities.
Kitchen/bathroom/bed-
room, just like home. Off
SR. 16 toward prison. Call
904-964-7916. serious
inquiries only.
IN RAIFORD 3BR/28A MH.
Front and back screen
porches, CH/A, service
animals only, no drinking,
no smoking. $500 per
month + $500 deposit.
Call 386-431-1568.
2BR/1BA, LARGE
YARD,CH/A,, very clean.
Lawn maintenance and
water included. $470/mo.
plus deposit. Call 904-
364-8301.
2BR/2BA HOME with large
enclose porch, laundry
room near Starke Country
Club. $550/mo. Call 904-
769-9616.
NICE 2BR APARTMENT in
Keystone Heights, cen-
tral location. $700 rent
includes all utilities and
use of washer/dryer. 352-
475-5671.
2BR/1BA SINGLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME. 1/4 mile
from Raiford post office
& Dollar General, $500/
mo. Call 386-431-.1917
or 904-966-1396.
CLEAN 800 S/FT. NICE
UPSTAIRS 1BR 1 large
bath. Kitchen, small
dining room, upstairs
access,downtown Starke.
Call Bonnie 904-626-
8488.
52
Animals and
Pets
CHRISTMAS PUPPIES,
Mini Dachshund puppies.


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health cert Ready to go
$300 for male, $350 for
female 352-214-8380.
53A
Yard Sales
NEIGHBORHOOD YARD
SALE. Furniture, clothes,
lots of everything, ev-
erything must go. Now
through Dec. 18th, ev-
eryday 7am.-8pm. 1571
SE 161st St., in Starke
Country Club. 904-964-.
6355.

INDOOR YARD SALE. Fri.,
9am.-2pm. & Sat., 9am.-
12pm. Formerly Old Glory
Feed Store east of Starke
on Rt. 100. Stove, refrig-
erator, decorations, an-
tiques, and much more.
SAT. & SUN., 8AM.-4PM.
House next to Hampton
Elementary School, in the
barn. Tools, clothes and
much more.
FRI. & SAT., 9am.-? Rain or
shine. Girls clothes, baby
clothes 6-9m, toys, la-
dies jeans 5-9, maternity
clothes, misc. household
items. Fireworks store
N301, NE 185th St. End of
road, look for signs.
FRI., SAT, SUN., 8am.-?
CR 18, Lake Hampton.
Tropical plants, money
trees, succulent and cacti,
Home and holiday gifts.
LARGE YARD SALE. Sat.,
9am.-lpm. Behind Pleas-
ant Grove Park 17810 NW
59th Avenue.
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE.
Sat. & Sun. 9am.-3pm.
7987 SW CR. 225 Samp-
son City. Furniture, baby
items, women and men
clothes, household items,
electronics.

53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
ESTATE SALE, FRI. SAT.
SUN. 8AM.-? 6372 Baker
Road, Keystone, take
100 to 214 by Gizmo turn
left, 1st road on right be-
fore Postmaster's village.


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Special

2 Bedroom

$475
NO DEPOSIT
Equal housing
opportunity. This
institution is an
equal opportunity
provider &
employer.
Call Nita at
352-468-1971


Tools, furniture, house-
hold items, etc, too much
to list. Entire house, all
must go. Look for signs
904-472-7270.
BIG YARD SALE. FRI. &
SAT., 8am.-? 886 SE 51st
St. off 21B across from
country cater. So much
good stuff, priced to sell.
You don't want to miss
this one. Look for signs.
Cancel if raining.
MULTI FAMILY YARD
SALE. Sat., 8am.-? 7019
Elfo Rd.
FRI. & SAT., 8AM.-? Bird
Avenue. Christmas items,
households, tools, guns,
golf-cart and much more.

54
Produce
PECANS,WE, buy, sell,
and crack pecans. 2 miles
east of Starke on SR
16, the Red Barn. 9am.-
6pm,on Tues. thru Sun.
Closed Mon. Happy Holi-
days 904- 964-4399.
PECANS FOR SALE,
shelled $6/1b., unshelled
$2/lb. Five pounds or
more $5.50/Ib. 904-964-
5639, off CR. 235 and
Brownlee road.

57
For Sale
KENMORE GLASS TOP
RANGE, self cleaning,
white, $250. 20" Huffy
rocket bike $45, floral
print couch, 2 burgundy
recliner chairs $75 each.
352-473-1130.
INVACARE ELECTRIC
HOSPITAL BED for sale.
Call 352-468-2877.
QUILTING STANDS, $20
each, Dell printer not
working $10, large fam-
ily size micro wave $30,
kerosene heater $25, TV
not working $10, blinds $2
each, large china hutch
$25, sofa $20. Please call
904-966-7479.
81 F-150 4x4 351W, 4 speed
with granny gear, 9 in.
rear end. $2,000. 6x16
Dual Axle trailer, $700
obo. Call 904-364-3678.


59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $200.
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
LAWN MAINTENANCE,
grass cuts, weed eat-
ing and hedging. Great
prices Call Johnathan
904-364-6888.


65
Help Wanted
WANTED 4 Licensed Hair-
stylists, 2 Nail Techni-
cians, Certified Skin Care
Tech., and a Massage
Therapist. Call 904-964-
2225.
WE WILL BE HIRING a total
of 2 certified teachers and
2 PARA. professionals,
or any combination of the
4. Please contact Pastor
Avery L. Shell at 904-964-
2435 for an application for
employment. One PARA.
needed by 11-28-2011.
Hill MAN, TAIL MAN, & UU
PIPELAYER, needed.
DFWP, full time. send
resume to send.resume@
hotmail.com or apply with-
in, Andew Paving, Inc.
6327 NW. 123rd Place,
Gainesville, Fl.


GAINESVILLE.AREA for
laborer/trainee cleaning
and videoing pipes. Clean
license, drug free, own
transportation. For info
call Craig @ 1-904-219-
2353.
PT STAFF NEEDED in
Starke and Lake Butler
area. Must pass FDLE 2,
and have HS Diploma and
valid DL., 1 year experi-
ence. Please call 904-
966-2100.
PART TIME SCALE Op-
erator. The New River
Solid Waste Association
is seeking qualified ap-
plicants for a permanent,
part-time position of Scale
Operator. Responsibili-
ties include operation of
a computerized scale sys-
tem, collecting fees and
keeping accurate records
of all transactions. Must
be a high school graduate,
preferably with two years
of experience in similar
work. Must be JYying-to
work a flexible schedule
including weekends and
holidays. Starting salary
will be $9.50 per hour
with a flexible schedule
of 30 hours'per week.
Salary commensurate
with experience. Applica-
tions can be picked up at
the New River Regional
Landfill, State Road 121,
2.5 miles north of Raiford,
Florida. Deadlinefor sub-
mitting an application will
be December 22, 2011.
For further information,
call Lydia Greene at 386-
431-1000. New River
Solid Waste is a drug-free
workplace. Equal Oppor-
tunity Employer.
GLOBAL TEL LINK is ac-
tively seeking a Site Ad-
ministrator for our Lake
Butler, Florida location.
Global Tel Link is an in-
novative, dynamic, fast-
paced, telecommunica-
tions company dedicated
to customer satisfaction.
Responsibilities include:


Able to asslst the facility
staff with any investiga-
tions and or queries and
questions pertaining to
the inmate telephone sys-
tem as well Direct Remit
account information. Able
to pull reports at any time.
Light filing. Customer ser-
vice. And any other( task
assigned by your supervi-
sor. Qualifications: Thein-
dividual must have a basic
knowledge of computer
based applications prefer-
ably Microsoft Windows
XP, MS Explorer, Word,
Excel, and MS Outlook
Email; must be able to
communicate effectively
in person, over the tele-
phone and in e-mail form.
Individual must pass a
background investiga-
tion, and must not have
any prior felony arrests.
Individual may not have a
relative currently incarcer-
ated in a Correctional fa-
cility Maintained by Global
Tel Link. Ability to commu-
nicate fluent verbally and
in written form of Spanish.
High School Diploma or
equivalent required. Col-
lege or post graduate edu-
cation will be preferred.
Salary is competitive
with excellent benefits.
Please send resume and
salary requirements to:
Human Resources, 2609
Cameron Street, Mobile,
AL 36607. You may also
fax to 251-434-8695 or
e-mail to jobs@gtl.net.
Job # 2011-017. We are
an Equal Employment
Opportunity/Drug-Free
employer; we encourage
veterans, minorities and
women to apply for job
vacancies.



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Obituaries '


Alma Johnson (Earl) Becker of
Worthington Springs, Shirley John-
son (John) Dixon and April Lohnson
(Eric) Cagle, all of Starke.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday, Dec. 15, at 11 a.m. in the
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Starke
with Pastor Terry Williamson offi-
ciating. Internment will follow at
Crosby Lake Cemetery. The family
will receive friends at the DeWitt C.
Jones Chapel Wednesday, Dec. 14,
from 6 to 8 p.m.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home, of Strake,
Online condolences may be left at
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.


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Martha Ann Myrick Bennett


Martha Bennett
STARKE-Martha Ann Myrick
Bennett, 83, of Starke passed away
Dec. 11, 2011 at Kindred Hospital
North Florida in Green Cove
Springs with family by her side.
She was bor in Orlando on May
30, 1928 to the late John Luther,
Sweat and Violet E. Percival Sweat.
Martha was raised in Orlando where
she attended school. In 1962 she
moved to Starke and became a-
member of Pine Level Baptist
Church, where she taught Sunday
school for over 35 years.
Martha retired after many years
of dedicated service as a reception-
ist at RMC in Lake Butler. She
enjoyed gardening, cooking, can-
ning goods, traveling, especially to
Switzerland, and making quilts for
all her children and grandchildren.
Martha was a loving, caring and
sweet person who always took care
of others. Martha was preceded in
death by her husbands, Bishop
Myrick and James "Dink" Bennett;
her sister, Agnes Partin; and her
stepson, Rex Berinett.
She is survived: by her twin sis-
ter, Margaret Alvarez; her loving
children, Venicia (Halry) Mason of
Bailey, Colo., Brenda Cooper of
Fredericksburg, Va., John Mason
(Pam) Myrick of Norman Park, Ga.,
and Violet (Steve) Secrest of Starke;
her stepchildren, James "Jim".(Kris-
tie) Bennett'of Jacksonville, and
Melanie (Bill) Anderson of
Okeechobee; nine grandchildren
and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held 11
a.m., Saturday, Dec. 17, at Pine
Level Baptist Church with Pastor
Roman Alvarez officiating, Intern-
ment will follow at Hope Cemetery.
The family will receive friends Fri-
day, Dec. 16, from 6 to 8 p.m. at
Archie Tannet Funeral Services in
Starke. Arrangements are under the.
care and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services, Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralservices.co
m to sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY

Clara Gowens
STARKE-Clara Sue Johnson
Gowens, 47, of Starke died Dec. 12,
2011 at North Florida Regional
Medical Center suddenly. Ms
Gowens was born on Jan. 24, 1964
in Starke. She was a homemaker
and member of Pine Level Baptist
Church, where she worked with the
youth department. She was pre-
ceded in death by her father, An-
thony Robert Johnson Jr.
She is survived by: her husband
of 23 years, Jeffrey Wayne Gowens
of Starke; daughter, Erica Beulah
Gowens of Starke; mother, Jean L.
Gunter Johnson of Starke; sisters,


Geraldine Gulley
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS--
Geraldine Helen Gulley, 71, of
Keystone Heights died Dec. 6, 2011
at her home. Ms. Gulley was born
on Jan. 21, 1940 in Brooklyn, N.Y.
to the late William and Mary
(Lenzy) Heidelman and was of the
Christian faith. She moved to Key-
stone Heights in 1987 and was a
homemaker.
She is survived by: her children,
Jay V. Heacox Jr. of Brunswick,
Ga., Debra A. (Donald) Hall, Sherry
Yrsha and Helene Holland (Thomas
Boyland), all of Keystone Heights;
siblings, Kenneth Heidelman of
New York and Marlene (Gerald)
Butler of New Hampshire; 10
grandchildren and nine great grand-
children. *
A memorial service was held
Dec. 10, at Friendship Bible Church
with the Rev. Paul Coleman offici-
ating. In lieu of flowers the family is
requesting that contributions be
made to the American Cancer Soci-
ety, 2119 S.W. 16th St. Gainesville,
FL 32608 or to the Lupus Founda-
tion, 75 N.E. 6th Ave. Suite 110,
Delray Beach, FL 33483. Arrange-
ments are under the care of Jones,
Gallagher Funeral Home of Key-
stone Heights,
www.jonesgallagherfh.com.

Ida Stebbins
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Ida M.
Merritt Stebbins, 92, of Keystone
Heights died Dec. 10, 2011 in Jack-
sonville at the Community Hospice.
Ms. Stebbins was bor on April 28,
1919 in Merritt Island to the late
James W. and Lulu Holder. She
was a hom'elaker. In' 1983 Mrs.
Stebbins moved to Keystone
Heights from Port Ritchie and be-
came a member of the Lake Hill
Baptist Church. She was preceded
in death byjsher son, James F. Mer-
.She is survived by: her husband
of 30 years, J.R. Stebbins of Key-
stone Heights; children, Nettie
Lambert of North Carolina, Georgia
Boykin of Keystone Heights, Mike
(Genie) Merritt, Robert ,Merritt,
both of Jacksonville; brother, Bill
Pinner of Miami; three grandchil-
dren, and six great grandchildren
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will be held Friday, Dec. 16, at 2
p.m. with viewing beginning at 1
p.m. in the Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home Chapel. Pastor Jim Snell will
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Julia Thornton
STARKE-Julia Ann Klip
Thornton, 81, of Starke, died Dec.
6, 2011 at her home after an ex-
tended illness. She was born May
25, 1930 in Lincoln Park, Mich. to
the late Karl Klip and Helen Wo-
juelioki Klip. Ms. Thornton was a
homemaker, spent niost of her life
in Starke, and was a member of
Calvary Temple Church of God in
Raiford. She was preceded in death
by her husband: Henry Frank
Thornton Sr.; one brother and a
sister.
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daughters, Sharon Spears and Carol
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son, Henry F. (Connie) Thornton of
Starke; five grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.
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ton were held Dec. 9 in the chapel
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Butler. Internment followed at Ev-
ergreen Cemetery.
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler was in charge of all arrange-
ments.

Bill Tracy
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
William F. "Bill" Tracy, 85, died at
home on Dec. 12, 2011 after a short
,illness. He was born in Jacksonville
and lived his entire life in Jackson-
ville and Keystone Heights. Mr.
TAcy served in the Third Army
during World War II. He worked in
the electric motor business and was
a member of the Church of Christ in
Keystone Heights.
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Betty Tracy; children Lynne Land,
Daniel W. (Carolyn) Tracey; three
grandchildren and one great grand-
child.
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11 a.m., Friday, Dec. 16, at Town
and Country Funeral Home in Jack-
sonville. Visitation will be from 6
to 8 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 15.
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memorial contributions may .be
made to the Children's Home, Mt.
Dora or to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars.
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William Waites Jr.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
William Coleman Waites Jr., 73, of
Keystone Heights died Dec. 7, 2011
at the Shands UF in Gainesville
following and extended illness. Mr.
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in Jacksonville to the late William
C. and Agnes (Padgett) Waites and
served in the U.S. Air Force. He
was a 1956 graduate of Paxon High
School in Jacksonville, attended
Stetson University in Deland, and
worked part-time at the Keystone
Heights Golf and Country Club. Mr.
Waites was preceded in death by:
his sister-in-law, Donna Waites.
He is survived by: his brother,
Ronald B. Waites of Keystone
Heights, and three children.
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at this time. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Keystone Heights,
www.jonesgallagherfh.com

Scott Woodall
LAKE BUTLER-Scottie Lynn
"Scott' Woodall, 41, of rural Lake
Butler died Dec. 13, 2011 at Lake
Butler Hospital after a sudden ill-
ness. Mr. Woodall was born in Fort
Eustis, Va. He had lived in Lake
Butler since 1971 and worked as the
technology specialist for the Union
County School District. He was an
active member and former deacon
of the First Baptist Church of Lake
Butler.
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Crystal Dawn Rogers Woodall of
Lake Butler; two daughters, Savan-
nah Lynn Woodall and Clara Dawn
Woodall, both of Lake Butler; par-
ents Ronnie E. and Judith M. "Judy"
Woodall of Lake Butler; sister,
Cathy Woodall (Daryl) Nazworth of
Lake Butler; brother Ronnie E.
(Teresa) Woodall Jr. of Lake Butler.


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128 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011


Union girls get

1st win, defeat

Bradford 48-46
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Teyona Jenkins scored a
game-high 19 points, including
13 in the second half as the
Union County girls' basketball
team won its first game of the
season, rallying from an 11-
point halftime deficit to defeat
Bradford 48-46 on Dec. 8 in
Starke.
*The Tigers used their
defense to score four quick
points and start a 9-2 run to
open the second half. Lequile
Jones' steal led to a layup by
Jenkins, while Jones hit a
jumper following a steal by
Shakeylia Griffin to pull Union
within 30-23.
Griffin later scored
following her own steal to
make it a -six-point game in
favor of Bradford. The Tigers
missed a layup following'
another steal by Griffin, but
Jenkins stole the ball back and


scored. It was the tirst of two
consecutive baskets by Jenkins
as the Tigers made it a 34-28
game.
The Tornadoes maintained
their lead and got a basket
from Quanisha Allen to start
the fourth quarter, putting
Bradford up 38-30. Allen had a
steal on the subsequent Union
possession and was fouled on a
layup attempt. She missed both
ensuing free throws, however.
Union made two straight
baskets before Allen scored
again for Bradford, putting the
Tornadoes up 40-34. Bradford
pushed its lead to eight with a
basket by Wilisha Griner.
Griner made two free throws
with 3:45 to play to put the
Tornadoes up 44-37. Later,
Griner went to the line to.make
it a seven-point game again
following a basket by Union's
Courtney Walsh. She missed
both free throws, but teammate
Tiana Sheffield rebounded the
second miss. Sheffield missed
a putback, with Jenkins
grabbing the reound for the
Tigers. She passed the ball to
Walsh for a layup. Jenkins


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Iraatora's iaquandra Diggs (left) drives io the
basket, while Union's Keyambre Cobb tries to disrupt
her shot.


then scored following a steal
by Griffn to pull Union within
44-43.
Griner had a rebound
putback to make it a 46-43
game. The Tigers' Walsh,
though, had her fourth basket
of the fourth quarter, followed
by Jenkins' layup, which was
set up by Jones' backcourt
steal. Jenkins' basket gave the
Tigers their first lead of the
game with approximately a
minute to play.
Union committed a turnover
with approximately. 10 seconds
left and the score still 47-46 in
favor of the Tigers. Bradford
called a timeout, but then
turned the ball over on the
inbounds. A technical foul was
called on the Tornadoes, with
Jenkins making 1 of 2 free
throws to cap the scoring.
Jenkins was the only Union
player to score in double
figures. Jones was the next
highest scorer with eight
points.
Bradford, which was led by
*Griner and Taquandra Diggs
with 12 points each, scored the
first seven points of the game.
Nicole Jenkins had two
consecutive baskets during the
fast start, while a jumper by
Diggs put the Tornadoes up 9-
2.
Two straight baskets by
Jones helped the Tigers score
six straight, but a 3-pointer by
Diggs sent Bradford into the
second quarter up by a score of
12-8.
A rebound score by
Sheffield started the second
quarter. That and a 3-pointer
by Diggs helped the Tornadoes
increase their lead to nine.
Consecutive baskets by
Sheffield and Diggs later put
Bradford up 22-11.
The Tigers scored six
straight points late in the half.
A steal by Griffin led to a
layup by Teyona Jenkins, who
had two consecutive baskets.
Griffin then scored after Lethia
Johnson forced a turnover to
pull Union within 27-19
Griner had a rebound score
for Bradford. She was fouled
on the play and made the
ensuing free throw to cap the
first-half scoring.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 8 11 11 18-48
BHS: 12 18 6 10-46

Scoring
Union (48): Keyambre Cobb 5,
Griffin 6, Jenkins 19, Johnson
2, Jones 8',belsea Roberts 2,
Walsh 6. Free throws: 6-13.


Bradford (46): Allen 8, Diggs,
12, Griner 12, Jenkins 6,
Sheffield 8. 3-pointers: Diggs
2. Free throws: 5-15.

Earlier UCHS results:

Madison 32 UCHS 28
The Tigers held a three-point
lead going into the fourth
quarter, but Madison County
defended its home court,
outscoring Union 12-5 in
handing the Tigers a 32-28
season-opening loss on Nov.
14.
Jenkins led the Tigers with


12 points.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 6 8
MCHS: 8 4


Union County's
Lequlle Jones
puts up a shot
against
Bradford's
Alagria
Chandler in the
Tigers' 48-46
win on Dec. 8.


9 5-28
8 12-32


Union scoring (28): Cobb 6,
Griffin 4, Jenkins 12, Roberts
2, Nancy Slocum 2, Walsh 2.
Free throws: 4-12.

,Columbia 60 UCHS 46
Union got off to a fast start,
but was outscored 44-18 in the
second and third quarters of a
60-46 loss to Columbia on
Nov. 17 in Lake City.
SJenkins had 18 points for the
Tigers, who held a 14-1 lead
after the first quarter.
Griffin added eight points.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 14 4 14 14-46
CHS: 1 21 23 15-60

Union scoring (46): Griffin 8,
Jenkins 18, Jones 2, Janisha
Jones 6, Roberts 2, Slocum 2,
Walsh 5. Free throws: 14-30.

Chiefland 57 UCHS 51
Union forced overtime, but
couldn't come away with a
win in a third straight road
game to open the season,
losing 57-51 to District 7-1A
opponent Chiefland on Nov.
29.
Jenkins and Griffin scored
24 and 19 points, respectively.

Union scoring (51): Cobb'2,
Griffin 19, Jenkins 24, Walsh 6.
3-pointers: Jenkins. Free
throws: 10-21
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He who has not
Christmas in his heart
will never find it under a
tree. -Roy L Smith


BHS girls come

up short against

Ridgeview
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Taquandra Diggs and
Wilisha Griner combined to
score 39 points, but the
Bradford girls' basketball team
dropped its fourth straight
game, losing 61-57 to
Ridgeview on Dec. 12 in
Orange Park.
The Tornadoes (2-4 prior to
Dec. 13) had a strong fourth
quarter, outscoring the
Panthers 20-14, but it was not
enough to overcome a second
quarter in which they were
outscored 19-11. Ridgeview,
which led 34-26 at the half,
increased its lead to 10
heading into the fourth quarter.
Diggs, who had three 3-
pointers, scored a game-high
20 points, while Griner had 19.
Quanisha Allen added nine
points.
Bradford played District 5-
4A opponent Santa Fe this past
Tuesday and will travel to play
district opponent Williston on
Thursday, Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m.
The junior varsity teams will
play at 6 p.m.

Score-by Quarter
BHS: 15 11 11 20-57
RHS: 15 19 13 14-61

Bradford scoring (57): Allen


9, Alagria Ciandler 2, Diggs,
20, Griner 19, Nicole Jenkins 6,
Tiana Sheffield 1. 3-pointers:
Allen, Griner, Diggs 3.


Lady Tigers win

2nd straight,

defeat Dixie Co.
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Shakeylia Griffin scored 13
points to help lead the Union
County girls' basketball team
to a 33-25 win over visiting
Dixie County on Dec. 9 that
evened the Tigers' District 7-
1A record at 1-1.
It was the second straight
win for the Tigers (2-3 prior to
Dec. 13) and their first home
game of the season.
Teyona Jenkins added nine
points for Union, which played
district opponent Newberry
this past Tuesday.
The Tigers host district
opponent Baldwin on
Thursday, Dec. 15, at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter


DCHS: 6
UCHS: 7


5-25
7-33


Union scoring (33): Griffin 13,
Jenkins 9, Lethia Johnson 1,
Jones 8, Ashley Lockett 2,
Chelsea Roberts 4, Courtney
Walsh 4. 3-0politers: Griffin 3.
Free throws: 4-8.


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