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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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UNION D UNT

USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 2012 100TH YEAR -29TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


Worth

Noting


Early Deadline
There will be an early deadline
for the Nov. 22, paper because of
the Thanksgiving holiday. The
deadline for classified ads will be
Monday, Nov. 19, at 5 p.m. The
deadline for other submissions
will be 3 p.m.
The paper will be on the
street and in stores on Tuesday
afternoon and in mailboxes on
Wednesday.
The offices of the Bradford
County Telegraph, Lake Region
Monitor and Union County
Times will be closed Thursday,
Nov. 22.

Bake Sale for
Senior Citizens

of WS
The Worthington Springs
Seniors Activity program will
host a bake sale at Spires IGA on
Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8 a.m.
until sold out to ?aise funds for
the seniors.

Public

Thanksgiving
meal
Advantage Point Performance,
Inc will' host their first annual
"Thanksgiving Meal" event on
Tuesday, Nov. 20, from 12:30 to
2:30 p.m. This event will be held
at Sprinkle Field, across from the
Kangaroo. All meals are free and
open to the public.
Advantage Point Performance,
Inc (APP) is a training program
designed to give all students
an .edge athletically and
academically.
For more information, contact
Sampson Jackson, President,
at 386-266-3063 or Durrell
Warren, Vice President, at (386)
266-8600.


School Board
meeting set
The School Board will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday,
Nov. 20, at 6 p.m. An agenda can
be found at http://www.union.
kl2.fl.us


Food for Fines
at Library
Bring non-perishable food
items to the library up until
Nov. 16, and receive up to $20
forgiven in overdue fines. For
each food item donated, $2 in
fines will be' forgiven. Food
items will be gifted to the Union
County Food Pantry. The Union
County public library is located
at 250 SE 5th Ave in Lake
Butler. For more information,
contact 386-496-3432.


Farm City
Week
The Union County Ministerial
Association and the Union
County Farm Bureau in
collaboration with the Union
County extension office will be
celebrating farm city week on
Monday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. at the
Lake Butler Community Center.
This is an opportunity for the
community to get together and
celebrate this event. Bring a dish
for your family and three more
people. The guest speaker will be
Danny Raulerson, Chief of State
Markets, Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services. All are invited to
attend.


Union County celebrates Veterans Day


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

Veterans Day is an official
United States holiday intended


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to honor the people who have
served in (he armed services.
It is a federal holiday that is
observed on Nov. 11, which
fell on a Sunday this year. This
past Monday, citizens of Union
County gathered to show their
respects to veterans while
listening to the Union County
High School band play followed
'by guest speaker Kenneth M.


Barbara Fischer smiles
rides by on the VFW flo


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Chase Williams calls
cadence as the UCHS
JROTC march in the
parade.


William Fischer hold up his
American Flag while riding
on the VFW float during the
Veterans Day parade.


North, a retired US Command
Sergeant Major (CSM).
The ceremony took place at


a float by VFW post 10082 and
more.
AccordingtoUSmilitaryabout.
com, Veterans Day is celebrated
on the Nov. 11, because major
hostilities of World War I were
formally ended at the 11th hour
of the 11 th day of the 11 th month
of 1918.


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the Veterans memorial located
in front of the Masonic Lodge
off of S.R. 100. The band then
marched down to the Lake to
line up for the parade.
Along with the UCHS band,
the Veterans day parade had
fire trucks, the UCHS Tigerettes
(dressed for the occasion with
matching patriotic flags), the
UCHS JROTC (Junior reserve
officer training corps) members,


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Olivia Crawford plays
patriotic music while
marching with the UCHS
band.


BY JOHN STEWART AND
KAYLA OSBORNE
8'1 grade students from LBMS

Veterans Day (also known
as Armistice Day) is important
because it is the day we say
"thank you" to the people who
gave us our freedom.
Saying thanks to those people
is a very small price to pay for
our freedoms and luxuries. We
celebrate Veterans Day every
year on Nov. 11, but if it falls
on' a weekend it can be changed.
This year it was celebrated on
Nov. 12.
Behind those veterans is a
very special group of people,
their family. We dedicate this
ay to all who protect our
country. "Thank you" from Lake
Butler Middle School.


Spiller's numbers are rising in 3rd NFL season


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
An injury slowed a fast start
by the Buffalo Bills' CJ. Spiller,
but the 2006 Union County High
School graduate has not missed a
game, is currently ranked 14t" in
the NFL in rushing yards and has
already surpassed his 2011 total.
Spiller, who was interviewed
by the Telegraph-Times-Monitor
during his recent return to
Lake Butler as part of an NFL
Network feature, seemed to be
pleased with the progress he has
made since the Bills made him
the ninth pick in the 2010 draft.
He has rushed for 632 yards and
four touchdowns on 87 carries in
eight games this season, while
also catching 28 passes for 297
yards and a touchdown.
Last season, Spiller rushed for
561 yards and four touchdowns
on 107 carries. He had 269 yards


and two touchdowns on 39
receptions.
"I think all the hard work
I've put in the last two years is
starting to pay off," Spiller said.
"I'm going to continue to work
hard. I never get complacent with
things, so I'm going to definitely
continue to work hard, try to
improve and try to help my team
win."
Unfortunately, the wins have
been few since he's been a
member of the Bills. The team
won four games his rookie
season and six last season.
.The Bills are now 3-6 this
season after a 37-31 loss to New
England this past Sunday.
Still, Spiller expressed
.confidence in his team's ability
to turn things around.
"The ,NFL is such a long
season," he said. "You never
know what can happen. The main


thing is we've got to keep high
spirits and continue to prepare."
Spiller, who was a standout
player at the University of
Clemson, is averaging 7.3 yards
per carry, which is recorded as
the 25'h-best average in the NFL.
However, every player ranked
ahead of Spiller has 21 carries
or less. Of those players, 14 have
either one or two carries.
When compared to other
players who have significant
carries, Spillcr"s average is tops
among such names as Adriah
Peterson and Frank Gore.
Spiller has seven carries of
more than 20 yards, which ranks
him second in the NFL behind
Peterson, who has 13 such
carries.
As for Spiller's longest run of
the season, that came in thefirst
game, which was a 48-28 loss to
the New York Jets. He had a run


of 56 yards, which was good for
a touchdown, and finished with
169 ygrds on 14 carries. Spiller
also -.ad a30-yard reception.
It was the first of two 100-plus-
yard -gaines for Spiller, who
followed the Jets game with a
123-yard performance,in a 35-17
win over Kansas City. He rushed
for two touchdowns and had a
long run of 38 yards.
Spiller suffered a shoulder
injury in the Bills' third game-a
24-14 win over Cleveland-
though he scored on a 32-yard
pass play before leaving the
game. He finished with 16 yards
rushing on just four carries.
The injury would not force
Spillerto miss any games,though
he had only 15 carries combined
in losses to New England and
San Francisco. He then rushed
for 88 yards and touchdown on
12 carries in a 19-16 win over


the Arizona Cardinals prior to the
Houston game.
Against Houston, Spiller
rushed for 39 yards on six carries
and had five receptions for 63
yards.
In the Bills' second meeting
with the Patriots. this past
Sunday, Spiller had 70 yards on
nine carries and 61 yards on four
receptions.
For his career, Spiller has
rushed for 1,476 yards and eight
touchdowns on 268 carries.
He has 723 yards and four
touchdowns on 91 receptions.
Spiller will be featured in an
NFL Network "Thursday Night
Kickoff' segment prior to the
Bills' game against the Miami
Dolphins this Thursday, Nov. 15.
"Thursday Night Kickoff' airs at
6 p.m. The game will kick off at
8:20 p.m.


Local 4'hers collect items for UC food pantry


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Union County 4-H,
Growers and Showers, recently
collected food for the Union
County Food Pantry in an effort
to promote community service
among their club.
According to 4-H leaders, the
young members of the Growers
and Showers collected. canned
goods and non-perishable foods
and organized them for delivery
to the Food Pantry.
Participating club members
were: Quentin Elixson, Karli
Jenkins, Noah Williams, Jace
Bielling, Jewel Dekle, John
Dekle, Hunter Williams,-Karly
Ann Raulerson, Ella Dicks,
Lily Neal, Zeb Raulerson, Grant
Dicks, Tanner Connell, Kinley
Jenkins, Malia Williams and
Jenna Bielling.
The food pantry volunteers
said they are grateful for all of
the donations that they receive.
If you would like to donate
items to the Union County
Food Pantry, you may do so on
Monday, Wednesday or Friday
between 8 a.m. until noon.
Otherwise, donations can be left
with Robert's Insurance or at the
Union County Times.
The Union County Food
Pantry is located off of S.R. 100


The UC 4-H Growers and Showers collected food for the Union County Food Pantry. Members include (Back row, I-r)
Quentin Elixson, Karli Jenkins, Noah Williams, Jace Bielling, Jewel Dekle, John Dekle, Hunter Williams, Karly Ann
Raulerson and Ella Dicks.(Front row, I-r) Lily Neal, Zeb Raulerson, Grant Dicks, Tanner Connell, Kinley Jenkins, Malla
Williams and Jenna Bielling.


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Dollar General.


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(At left) Eighth grade A honor roll students were
(back row, I-r) Deanna Olin, Kasey Rhodes, Lane
Griffis, Jarrett Shadd and Seth Hendricks. (Front
row, I-r) Maggie Parrish, Taylor Pate, Devin Lewis,
Ty Hamilton and Noah Thompson.


(Below) Seventh grade A honor roll students were
(back row, I-r) Dawson Johns, Kaylee Molchan and
Ashley Harris. (Middle row, I-r) Tori Wilkins, Taylor
Whitaker, Brooke Waters, Erin Stidham, Landon-
Roberts and Lauren Rhodes. (Front row, I-r) Jacob
Curtis, Chase Crawford, Clifford Bryant, Taylor
Beatty, Bobbie Grace Barber and Madison Adams.
(Not pictured) Madelyn Kish.


LBMS A Honor Roll


(Below) Sixth grade A honor roll students were
(back row. I-r) Audyn Woodington, Makayla Smith,
Johnathan Schmidt, Hannah Sanderson, Chad
Sanders. Alex Perez, Kade Peacock and Eric White.
(Middle row, I-r) Naomi Murray, Estepania Morales,
Matthew Lynch, Victoria Lake, Sidney Johnson,
Gage Hendricks, Kensley Hamilton, Jadee O'steen
and Ryan Young. (Front row, I-r) Breanna Gilmore,
Summer Fulgham, Savannah Douglas, Mackenzie
Davison, Rachel Curtis, Brooklyn Cunningham,
Trace Croft and Keyshawn Young.


(Below) Fifth Grade all A'Honor roll students were (back row, I-r) Haylee Miller, Virginia Falk, Kylie Stevens, Taylor
Whitaker, Bethany Tatum, Cory Watts, Trinity Watkins and Lance Thornton. (Middle row, I-r) Jace Oody, Karah
Oden, Kendal Stalnaker, Nick Laux, Chloe Johns and Ryan Hardin. (Front row, I-r) John Knagge, Kayla Godsmark,
Luke Griffis, Sierra Graham, Savannah Duncan and Tiffany Clark.


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enern ror
Jenkins family
SSaint James AME Chuych will
host a special service to benefit
Emma and Jessie Jenkins who
lost their home to a fire recently.
The benefit singing service will
feature Little Johnny from Ocala.
The service will be held on
Saturday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. The
church is located at the corner of
C.R. 238 behind Spires IGA. For
more information, contact 352-
494-2815 or 352-321-1797.


Christ Central
Thanksgiving
Dinner
Christ Central of Lake Butler
will be hosting a Thanksgiving
-dinner for anyone in need
on Sunday, Nov. 18, from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. If you need
transportation to the dinner or
need further information, contact
386-496-1265. The church is
located at 13045 SE 71s" Trail
just past .MC on the left..


a-way


There will be a 'free clothes
give-a-way' at the Victory
Christian Center of Lake Butler
on Saturday, Nov. 17, beginning
at 9 am. Victory Christian is
located at 705 SW 6th Street
in Lake Butler across from. the
elementary school.

Free Clothing
for 'the family'


There will be Free Clothes for
"all of the family" on the first
Saturday of each month, from
9:30 a.m. to noon at Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford right
off Hwy 121 just before entering
town. Follow the signs.


Santa Fe
Mennonite
Church
Santa Fe Mennonite Church
welcomes all to attend service on
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and the 1st
and 3rd Sunday of each month
6 p.m. The church is located at


rnion Countp ,Eimes


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Thank


You,


Union County

Thank you for your prayers,
encouragement and -support -
through the last several months. I
am honored to have been elected
to serve as Union County's Clerk A /
of Court.
This campaign has been a huge
learning experience. In meeting i
and visiting with yofi, I have '
created memories that I will
always treasure. As Clerk of
Court, I will have an open door
policy and welcome you to share y6ur thoughts and concerns.
Thank you and I look forward to serving you.
Kellie Conneli
Pol. Adv. paid for and approved by Kellie Hendricks Connell, Republican for Clerk of Court.


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UCHS
Marching
Band receives
Superiors

BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Union County High
School band has been rocking
the stands and the field during
halftime (with the talent of the
Tigerettes) at the varsity football
games. However, behind the
scenes, they are rocking'in other
ways. The UCHS band recently
received Straight Superior ratings
at the Florida Bandmaster's
Association Marching
Performance Assessment.
According to Union County
Band Director Kelly Dorsey,
there were 102 students who
made up the third largest band
in the District which included
Alachua, Baker, Bradford, part
of Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Levy,
part of Marion, part of Suwannee


Wildfire Update

The local wildfire activity
last month was light in the
Suwannee Forestry Center area
of operations. Within the six
county district only two fires
were recorded, which burned
five acres. This brought the total
for the year to 214 fires burning
4115 acres. By county, the totals
for the month of October and for
the year were:
Union, 0 fires/0 acres, 16
fires/52 acres.
Baker, 0 fires/0 acres, 33
fires/381 acres.
Bradford, 0 fires/0 acres, 32
fires/61 acres.
Columbia, 0 fires/0 acres, 41
fires/3330 acres.
Hamilton, 0 fires/0 acres


and Union Counties. Union also
has the third largest class '(small
school) band in the State of
Florida.
Leaders and members of the
2012/2013 UCHS band and
Tigerettes include: Patsy Fortner,
Dirk Schmidt, Jarmes "Goody"
Goodwin, Abbey Metz, Matt
Brown, Joseph Chiominto, Kelly
Dorsey, Cody Tempest. Alexa
Park, Priscilla Guthrie, Mitch
Cribbs, Josh Starling, Jonathan
Besso, Zane Fortune, William
Brown, Cheyenne Tempest,
Bryce Henson, James Brown,
Christian Vineyard, Michael
Riggs,Jack Anderson,Ben Riggs,
Amy Lilliston, Lethia Johnson,
Haylee West, Tyler Bruneau,
Alex Riggs, Jaylin Mock,
Joseph Holder, Caleb Dubose,
Gary Cecil, Les Horn, Christine
Wight, Kyrsten Johnson, Tori
Furikawa, Kassandra Medina,
Grace Perez, Morgan Raulerson,
Cayton Chelsea, Steven Bynum,
Trey Collins, Michael Roberts,
Brianne Will, Coty Bonesio,
Cody Church, Shane Lang, Justin
Lindsey, Alex Hankins, Kayla


32 fires/154 acres
Suwannee 2 fire/5-acres,
60 fires/137 acres.
The low fire totals noted
during September and October
were consistent with seasonal
patterns. The wildfire outlook
from now until February is as
follows:
Rainfall and temperatures
during November are forecast to
be within the norrial range for
the area. This means a recurring
pattern of cold fronts and
moisture. As the pattern cycles,


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Freeman,Kailee Hooten, Shelbie
Finley, Rhiannon Carroll, Lesley
Barnes, Sarah Starling, Natahja
Lee, Autumn Ray, Wesley Smith,
Natali Powell, Caroline Rimes,
Destiny Elixson, Mistee Rooney,
Tristyn Stone. Alex Morheau,
Casey Snider, Kelsie Smith,
Stephanie Godwin, Chase Fry,
Aaron Horn, Elizabeth Neilson,
McKenzie. Westfall, Samantha
Grigsby, Danielle Willis, Jessica
Church, Shyla Young, Shelby
Bullock, Nicole Shaw, Kelly
Gray, Caitlyn Shealy, Branna
Bryan, Katie Tricocci, Stephanie
Guadagnoli, Jessica Brown,
Michaela Clemons, Laura
Armstrong, Melissa Bair, Marina
Ramos, Ashley Regar, Sierra
Rimes, Marissa Chiominto and
Stacie Ellis.
Dorsey said that she was very
proud of the band students and
their performance.


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(Back row, I-r) Patsy Fortner, Dirk Schmidt, James "Goody" Goodwin, Abbey Metz,
Matt Brown, Joseph Chiominto, Kelly Dorsey and Cody Tempest.

(Sixth row, I-r) Alexa Park, Priscilla Guthrie, Mitch Cribbs, Josh Starling, Jonathan
Besso, Zane Fortune, William Brown, Cheyenne Tempest, Bryce Henson, James
Brown, Christian Vineyard, Michael Riggs, Jack Anderson, Ben Riggs, Amy Lilliston
and Lethia Johnson.

(Fifth row, I-r) Haylee West, Tyler Bruneau, Alex Riggs, Jaylin Mock, Josepfi Holder,
Caleb Dubose, Gary Cecil, Les Horn, Christine Wight, Kyrsten Johnson, Tori Furikawa
and Kassandra Medina.

(Fourth row, I-r) Grace Perez, Morgan Raulerson, Cayton Chelsea, Steven Bynum,
Trey Collins, Michael Roberts, Brianne Will, Coty Bonesio, Cody Church, Shane Lang,
Justin Lindsey, Alex Hankins and Kayla Freeman.

(Third row, I-r) Kailee Hooten, Shelbie Finley, Rhiannon Carroll, Lesley Barnes, Sarah
Starling, Natahja Lee, Autumn Ray, Wesley Smith, Natali Powell, Caroline Rimes,
Destiny Elixson, Mistee Rooney and Tristyn Stone.

(Second row, I-r) Alex Morneau, Casey Snider, Kelsie Smith, Stephanie Godwin, Chase
Fry, Aaron Horn, Elizabeth Neilson, McKenzie Westfall, Samantha Grigsby, Danielle
Willis, Jessica Church, Shyla Young, Shelby Bullock and Nicole Shaw.

(Front row, I-r) Kelly Gray,Caitlyn Shealy, Branna Bryan, Katie Tricocci, Stephanie
Guadagnoli, Jessica Brown, Michaela Clemons, Laura Armstrong, Melissa Bair, Marina
Ramos, Ashley Regar, Sierra Rimes, Marissa Chiominto and Stacie Ellis.


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be very aware of periods of low
humidity and high winds. The
combination results in dangerous
fire conditions.
The National Interagency
Fire Center Office of Predictive
Services forecasts a colder and
wetter pattern from December
through February, which should
hold the area to normal-to-below
normal fire potential.
As a seasonal reminder, the
fall is a great time for outdoor
activities. Hunting, camping,
sports and family holiday


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celebrations often include
campfires or cooking on the
grill. The fall is also a time
of increased leaf litter on the
ground, dried by low humidity
and patchy rain and blown by
gusty winds. Don't let a wildfire
ruin your season. Avoid burning
on windy days. Pay attention to
the humidity. Keep a shovel and
a bucket of water nearby. Stay
with your fire at all times and
make sure your fire is cold and
completely out before leaving
it for the day. Remember this
simple rule of thumb: If it's too
,hot to touch, it's too hot to leave.
' If you have questions, contact
the Suwannee Forestry Center at
386-758-5700.


Worship if the oAse of the ord...
Somewhere this week!

The churches and businesses listed below
urge you to allend the church of your choice!


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Raising Godly Children
Timothy benefited greatly from the leading of a godly mother
and grandmother (2 Timothy 1:5). Both Timothy's grandmother
and mother had made sure he was taught "from childhood ...
the Holy Scriptures, which are able to make you wise for
salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus" (2 Timothy.
3:15). God gives parents the responsibility to train their
children in the way they should go (Proverbs 22:6)' and then
requires children to follow that instruction (Ephesians 6:1-2).
God expected Abraham to, "command his children and his
household after him, that they keep the way of the Lord, to do'
righteousness and justice" (Genesis 18:19). As a parent, are you
making sure your child is taught how to please God? As a child,
are you appreciative of the efforts made to train you in the way
you should go?
DanVille Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
386-496-3880
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
Worship at 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM on Sun.


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4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 2012


Sponsor
a child for
Christmas
The FCCD (Florida Council on
crime and delinquency) Chapter
5 is working in conjunction with
Bradford and Union County
agencies to provide area children
with a special Christmas this
year. Head Start in both of these
counties as well as the Guardian
ad Litem program in Bradford
County have identified children
that are either in low-income
families or have been abused
and neglected and are under the
care of the courts. Through your
generosity these children can feel
the love and support of those in
their community.
Because of the different
missions of these two
organizations, the information
provided on the children will
be different. Head Start may
be able to provide more specific
information, while Guardian ad
Litem can only provide general
information about those under
their charge.
Contact 386-496-6714 if you
wish to sponsor a child this year.
Remember: No guns, knives
or weapons of any kind should be
purchased as gifts. No perishable
items should be included as gifts.
All items must be unwrapped.
Items can be placed in a gift bag
or left unwrapped. Please include
batteries with items that may
require them.


City offers
fill dirt to:
residents of LB
If you live in the city limits of
Lake Butler and need dirt to fill
potholes, low areas, etc., go to
the rear of the new Fire Station
in Lake Butler. Bring a shovel
and a vehicle to transport the dirt
in. No equipment will be allowed
to move the dirt. After Jan. 1,
the dirt will be moved from the
current location and will no
longer be available.


Vendors
needed for
Christmas in
the Park
There will be an Arts and
Crafts show on Saturday, Dec.
8, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the
park in Worthington Springs.
Vendors are needed for the
event. There will be activities
to include photos and letters to
Santa, bounce houses and more.
For more. information on the
event or becoming a vendor,
contact 352-578-8009, email
worthirigtonchristmasinthepar@
gmail.com or check out the
facebook page at Christmas in
the Park/Worthington Springs.


Become a
mentor
The Take Stock in Children


program in Union County is
looking for new mentors to
help change young lives in
the community. Take Stock in
Children in a statewide non-profit
organization and the Foundation
for Florida Gateway College
serves as the lea3 agency for the
program in Baker, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist and Union
counties. Take Stock in Children
pairs good students, who have
the odds stacked against them,
with mentors who provide the
support, encouragement and
guidance they need to succeed in
school. Mentors meet with their
mentees for 30 minutes every
week on the school campus. All
it takes is a little time to make a
difference that will last a lifetime.
For more information on Take
Stock in Children, contact the
program office at 386-754-4392
or mailto:antonia.robinson@fgc.
edu.

Activity
programs to
benefit Senior
Citizens of WS
Activity programs have been
set at the Worthington Springs
community center to benefit the
senior citizens of Worthington
Springs. Programs will bt held
on Monday and Wednesdays
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A
variety of games are available.
Non-expensive meals are also
available to help raise funds.
Adults of all ages are invited to
attend.
Medicare/
Medicaid
counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors ad persons with
disabilities to' understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity.
For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
5337.

Host an
Exchange
Student
World Heritage, a non-profit
student exchange program, is


seeking volunteers to serve as
area representatives in the local
community. World Heritage
offers qualified students from
around the world, between the
ages of 15-18 the opportunity
to spend a high school year
or a semester in the United
States with a host family.
Area representatives are the
cornerstone of the organization
making all of this possible.
Area Representatives recruit
and screen potential host
families, supervise the exchange
students in their community,
organize activities with the
students throughout the year
and provide support to host
families, students and schools.
Area representatives receive
compensation covering their
expenses incurred for each
student placed and supervised.
For more information call
1-800-888-9040 or email info@
world-heritage.org

Lions Club
fundraiser
The Lake Butler Lions Club
will host a fundraising event
to help local residents needing
financial assistance with their
hearing and vision impairments.
The event will be held at the
Lake Butler Community Center
on Saturday, Nov. 17, from 7 to
11 p.m. and will feature country
music singer Vickie Lee who
performed with Loretta Lynn
and the late Conway Twitty.
There will also be a special guest
appearance by Steve Branch of
the hot new group "Branch and
Dean." Tickets are on sale for $10
a person and can be purchased
from Lions Club members Ken
Parrish, Bruce Dukes, Debbie
Osborne, Patsy Elixson, Margie
Coburn, Kellie Connell, Lisa
Johnson, Sue Whitehead or Tim
Giebeig.

Update on
Lake Butler
Youth Center
In a recent article concerning
the newly formed Lake Butler
Youth Center Inc., Mark Harrison
was listed as the education
director for the program. Since
then, as a personal decision
without any negative reason,
Harrison has left the position
and is no longer affiliated with
the program..


Honor roll
Continued from Page 2A

Jimmy Waters, Brandon Woods
and David Worrell.
6'h grade: Eric Abraham,
Tyler Alexander, Conner
Beighley, Shyanne Bell, Jared
Benton, Briana Bernal-Aguilar,
Shannon Bostick, Mollie
Brant, Hanna Conner, Wesley
Courson, Carolina Crawford,
James Crowell, Audrey Davis,
Aaron Edwards, Erica Faulkner,
Chamberlain Gibson, Josie
Godwin, Adam Hamilton, Kyler
Herndon, Nathaniel Hobson,
Jessica Howard,Ashley Jeffrey,
Anaston Jenkins, Millinea
Jennings, Sierra Jones, Paige
Kline, John Manning, Jason
Michael, Dustin Mills,
Julio Morales, Megan Owen,
Vance Paladino, Ashton
Palmer, Kiana Paytee, Kaily
Phillips, Jackson Pilcher, Hunter
Redding, Savannah Redding,
Hunter Richards, Amelia
Rigano,Jenna Ritch, Trevor
Rogers, Mark Rose, Corey
Scully-Kohn, Angela Shope,
Nautia Spearman, Daniel
Tollefsrud, Timber Underhill,
Tiffany Veals, Russell Vierling,
Christopher Waters, Kayla
Weeks, Brooke Williams and
Jake Worthington.
7'h 'grade: Tiesha Archer,
Elizabeth Avila, Taylor
Bennefield, Brooks Black,
Amanda Blanton, Lauren Britt,
Elias Cabral, Tyler Carnley,
Shianne Cassels, Brannon
Cooley, Hunter Dang, Gavin
Dukes, Colton Elixson, Jesus'
Garcia, Justin Gates, Brianna
Griffis, Zachary Hardcastle,
Alex Harris, Kunya Hendrieth,
John Holt, Teala Howard,
Dalton Hutchinson, Michaila
Kennedy, Jenna Kilgore, Gavin
Kite, Carley Libby, Ciera
Long, Alyssa Mann, Matthew
McDonald, Tyree McDonald,
Amber Mock, Samantha
Norman, Sara Owen, Alexandria
Perez, Justin Pilcher, Madison
Rimes, Kaiden Romrell, Steven
Russell, Kierra Salle, Anna
Shealy, Bethany Stephens, John
Tallman, JasmineThomas, Matt
Whitehead, Kaylie Whitehead
and Caleb Wooddell.
8'h grade: Deanna Abraham,
Shaun Addison, Allyson Ash,
Chloe' Bailey, Amanda Bertine,
Madelynn Cruz, Samantha Cruz,
Kaitlyn Davis, Joseph Dorsey,
Lauren Eaton, Morgan
Eddy,
Jasmine Farmer,Sierra Ferguson,
Macey Fulgham, Ja'kia Green,


Mariah Griner, Gregory
Haggerty, Andre Hampton,
Karlie Hodgson, Jessie Jenkins,
Matthew Jobin, Phillip Joyner,
Ciara Kearns, Leanne Kline,
Peyton Livingston, Brittney
Manning, Shawnie Reeder,
Falyn Rimes, Ashley Roberts,
Holly Roberts, Victoria Rosaly,
Alyssa Rose, Bethany Rose,
Ridge Smith, Qushawn Smith,
Jordan Snyder, Geogiana Spires,
Madalina Spires, Shynese
Stoutamire, Damaria Thomas,
Dylan Thornton, Deanna
Truett, Shalante Weeks, Chase
Williams, Kayla Williams, Taz
Worrell, Noah Wright and Molly
Zapp.



Information

on Clay

Electric
Clay Electric Co-op is
not installing smart meters.
Members of Clay Electric
who received a brochure in the
mail about the installation of
electronic smart meters, the
brochure, produced by Florida
Power & Light was mailed to
members of Clay Electric by
mistake. Clay Electric Co-op is
however lowering its costs.
Members of Clay Electric Co-
op will experience a $5 decrease
in the cost of 1,000-kilowatt
hours of electricity beginning
this month. For November, and
likely through December, the
cost of 1,000 kWh of electricity
will be $105.80. October's cost
for 1,000 kWh was $110.80.
According to Clay Electric,
members of the co-op, on
average, consume 1,236 kWh
monthly. For this amount of
usage, members would see
a decrease in their bill of
approximately $6.18, or 4.7
percent. That does not include
applicable taxes and other
charges.


Clay Electric Cooperative is
an incorporated, member-owned,
not-for-profit electric power
supplier. The co-op was chartered
in 1937. Headquartered in
Keystone Heights, Clay Electric
Co-op is one of the largest
in the United States, serving
approximately 165,000 members
in 14 counties. The cooperative
has six district offices: Keystone
Heights, Orange Park; Lake City,
Gainesville, Salt Springs and
Palatka.




City of Lake

Butler land

Donation
A land donation to the City
of Lake Butler was discussed
at the recent city commission
meeting with City Manager
Dave Mecusker recommending
approval.
Walter Warren, who currently
resides in Kentucky, plans to
donate the land to the city at no
cost other than legal fees. The lot
is located next to the Townsend-
Green building and consists of a
25 foot easement. Mecusker said
it would double the parking space
between the ice machine and the
Townsend-Green building. A
motion was made, seconded and
carried unanimously to start the
process.
The donation should be
complete by the end of this year.






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y Tentative Five-Year Work Program
District Two
... Fiscal Years 2013/2014-2017/2018

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), District Two, is conducting a public hearing and
public meeting pursuant to Section 339.135(4)(c), Florida Statutes, to consider the Department's
Tentative. Five-Year Work Program for Fiscal Years 2013/2014 through 2017/2018, and to consider
the necessity of making any changes to the Work Program. All persons are invited to attend and be
heard..

Thursday, November 29, 2012-3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
FDOT District Two Office-Madison Room
1109 S. Marion Avenue, Lake City, Florida

This public meeting will be conducted as an open house. There will not be a formal presentation.
Department staff will be on hand to discuss the Tentative Five-Year Work Program for the follow-
ing counties:


Alachua County.
Bradford County
Columbia County
Dixie County


Gilchrist County
Hamilton County
Lafayette County
Levy County


Madison County
Suwannee County
Taylor County
Union County


Monday, December 10, 2012-5:30 PM
FDOT District Two Urban Office-Training Facility
2198 Edison Avenue, Jacksonville, Florida

This will serve as the official public hearing. There will be a formal presentation of the Tentative
Five-Year Work Program for the following counties:


Baker County
Putnam County
St. Johns County


Clay County
Nassau County
Duval County


* Information for all counties will be available at both meetings.

Public participation is solicited without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, dis-
ability or family status. Persons who require special accommodations under the Americans with
Disabilities Act or persons who require translation services (free of charge) should contact Mr. Bill
Henderson, at (800)749-2967 at least 7 days before the hearing or meeting.

Written comments from the Metropolitan Planning Organizations, County Commissions and other
interested parties will be received by the Department at the hearing or meeting and until December
26, 2012. Comments should be addressed to:

Mr. Greg Evans, District Two Secretary
Florida Department of Transportation
1109 S. Marion Avenue, Mail Station 2000
Lake City,'Florida 32025-5874
Telephone: (800) 749-2967


Florida Department of Transportation


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friends and family who helped me in my
campaign.
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professional and personal customer

service.

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Formal Ball benefits WS seniors


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The Worthington Springs
Senior Citizens program
gathered this past Friday for a
formal ball to raise funds. There
was music, dancing and a large
variety of food for those who
attended.
Cynthia Cantrell has been
continuously trying to raise funds
for the seniors of Worthington
Springs by hosting bake sales
and community events around
Ste county.
STickets were sold for a
drawing to win either a $25 gift
card or a Bath and Body Works
gift set. Clariece Ellis won twice,
receiving the gift card and-a gift
set. Ellis donated her gift card
back to help the program. Willis
Edwards Sr. received a $25 gift
card after another attending
guest who had won gave it to
him as a birthday gift. It was his
69th birthday. Cora Jackson also
won a gift set.
Dinner was served to include
potato salad, soups, pasta
salads, corn, lasagna, meatballs,
shredded BBRR pork. <.hicken.
greens.a-.lad.co.'rn bread. bnanj
pudding, red ,lelec cake. lemon
cake and mo..re ith punch or ite
to drink


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(Above) Clariece Ellis and Willis Edwards Sr. hold up
their prizes. (Not pictured) Cora Jackson.


Cynthia Cantrell, Glen Cox and Lorl Ellxson hug at the
end of the ball.


frbm 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. There
are a variety of games and non-
expensive meals' available to
help raise funds. Attending
guests can be of any adult age.
' There will also be afundraising
bake sale this Saturday, Nov.
17, from 8 a.m. until sold out at
Spires IGA.


(Above, I-r) Annie McGill
Weeks watches as Cynthia
.Cantrell gets Ron Cox to
dance.


LEGALS



SEALED BIDS FOR LEASE
OF LAND CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER, FLORIDA
Sealed bids will be accepted by the
City of Lake Butler, 200 S.W. 11
Street, Lake Bdtler, Florida until
2:00 p.m., local time, Friday,
December 07, 2012 for the lease of
approximately Two Hundred Fifty


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Attorney at Law
S155 SE 6th Place, take Butler, FL 32054 .

386-496-9656 2 Years experiences Admitted to State and Federal ar (M. and S. Dist.)
Probate' Famill Deeds Wills AdoptiAn* Utigation *10 e Courate Criminal




THANK YOU!


My thanks to those who supported me in the

race for judge, and particularly to the family and

friends who worked so diligently oh the

campaign. You are all appreciated.
POL. ADV. PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY RUSS WADE FOR UNION COUNTY JUDGE.


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(250) acres of land to' be used
exclusively as a Sod//Hay farm.
The City of Lake Butler reserves
the right to reject any or all bids. It
is the intent of the City to negotiate
contract terms based on the
ranking criteria to the highest
responsible bidder with the highest
successful ranking score. The
lease shall become operational
upon approval by the City
Commission. The City reserves
exclusive rights.
BIDDERS: Interested parties shall
contact the City of Lake Butler
procurement office @ (386) 496-
3401 or e-mail:
colbpurchase@gmail.com to
request a detailed copy of the Bid
package to the attention of Cassa
Neta Herndon, Procurement
Director, Lake Butler City Hall.
NOTE: A pre-bid site visit of the
acreage will be conducted on
December 03, 2012. Interested
parties shall be at City Hall @ 9:00
a.m. to meet with Mr. Hardy Clyatt
to be escorted to the anticipated
lease acreage.
11/8 2tchg 11/15-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2010-CA-OOO143
CITIMORTGAGE, INC.,
Plaintiff,
BETTY A. MOORE; 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
SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF BETTY A, MOORE,
IF MARRIED; AND TENANT 1
N/K/A JOSHUA MOORE.
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Final
Summary Judgment of Foreclosure
dated May 9, 2012, entered in Civil
Case No, 63-2010-CA-000143 of
the Circuit Court of the Eighth
Judicial Circuit in and for Union
County, Florida, wherein the Clerk
of the Circuit Court will sell to the
highest bidder for cash on 6 day of
December, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. in
the front lobby of the Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, Florida 32054, relative
to the following described property
as set forth in the Final Judgment,
to wit:
THE WEST 1/2 OF THE SOUTH
1/2 OF THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED PROPERTY:
TWO ACRES. IN THE NE
CORNER OF NE 1/4 OF THE SE
1/4 BEING 420 FEET NORTH
AND SOUTH BY 210 FEET EAST
AND WEST, SECTION 12,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 20
EAST, UNION COUNTY,.
FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A
PERPETUA', NON-EXCLUSIVE
EASEMENT FOR EGRESS AND.
OVER AND ACROSS THE
NORTH 20 FEET OF THE SOUTH
60 FEET OF THE EAST 1/2 OF
THE SOUTH 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESCRIPTED
PROPERTY:


TWO ACRES IN THE NE
CORNER OF NE 1/4 OF SE 1/4
BEING 420 FEET NORTH AND
SOUTH BY 210 FEET EAST AND
WEST, SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 20 EAST,
UNION CITY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any,
other than the property owner as of
the date of the Lis Pendens must
file a claim within 60 days after the
sale.
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 the provision of
certain assistance. Please contact:
Clerk of the Circuit Court, ADA
Coordinator Phone: (386) 496-
3711 at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance, or
immediately upon receiving this
notification if the time before the
scheduled appearance is less than
7 days,; if you are hearing or voice
impaired, call 711.
DATED AT LAKE BUTLER,
FLORIDA THIS 6th DAY OF
November, 2012.
REGIINA H.PARRISH
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
MORRIS HARDWICK
SCHNEIDER
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
5110 EISENHOWER BLVD.
SUITE 120
TAMPA, FL 33634
11/15 2tchg 11/22-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The Suwannee River Economic
Council, Inc. Board of Directors will
hold a meeting of the Board of
Directors on Monday, December 3,
2012, 6:00 P.M. at the -Suwannee
River Econimic Council, Inc.,
Senior Center in Live Oak, Florida.
11/15 ltchg-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 63-2012-CP-0021
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILFORD W. CROFT
alk/a WILFORD WILLIE CROFT
Deceased.
NOTICE OF
ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the estate of
WILFORD W. CROFT a/k/a
WILFORD WILLIE CROFT,
deceased, File number 63-2012-
CP-0021, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 55 W. Main Street, Lake
Butler, FL 32054. The estate is
testate and the date of the
decedent's Will is January 17,
2012. The names and addresses
of the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below. The
fiduciary lawyer-client privilege in
section 90.5021, Florida Statues,
applies with respect to the personal
representative and any attorney
employed by the personal
representative.
Any interested person on whom a
copy of the Notice of Administration
is served who challenges the
validity of the will, the qualifications
of the personal representative,
venue, or jurisdiction of the court
must file any objections with the
court in the manner provided in the
Florida Probate Rules within the
time required by law or those


THN Rs ., N o v. l N ')V. l, -," 0 -i (t',tO k On1)


Objections are forever barred
Any person entitled to exempt
property must file a petition for
determination of exempt property,
WITHIN THE TIME PROVIDED BY
LAW OR THE RIGHT TO EXEMPT
PROPERTY IS DEEMED WAIVED.
Any person entitled to take an
elective share must file an election
to take elective share WITHIN'THE
TIME PROVIDED BY LAW OR
THE RIGHT TO CLAIM AN
ELECTIVE SHARE IS DEEMED
WAIVED. An election to take an
elective share must be filed within
the time provided by law.
TERRY McDAVID
Post Office Box 1328
Lake City, FL 32056-1328
Attorney for Personal
Representative
EVELYN J. CROFT
9468 NW CR 241
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Personal Representative
11/15 2tchg 11/22-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 63-2012-CP-0021
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILFORD W. CROFT
a/k/a WILFORD WILLIE CROFT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
WILFORD W. CROFT a/k/a
WILFORD WILLIE CROFT,
deceased, whose date of death
was February 3, 2012: is pending
in the Circuit'Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division;
File Number 63-2012-CP-0021; the
address of which is 55 W. Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
names and address of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons, who have claims or
demands against decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
and who have been served a copy
of this notice, must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons who have
claims or demands against the
decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
TERRY McDAVID
Post Office Box 1328
Lake City, FL 32056-1328
SAttorney for Personal
Representative
'EVELYN J. CROFT
9468 NW CR 241
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Personal Representative
11/15 2tchg 11/22-UCT


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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, NOV. i1, ZUI0


School News......


Lake Butler Elementary
School
Last week's LBES Tiger Cubs
were: Jace Bielling, Madison
Boyette, Beth Crawford, Dylan
Decueber. Laiidon Dilas, Karissa
Esford, Ab\ ga !e Fillvaw,
Caroline Fillyaw, Alivah
Hancock. Natali Heaton,Miranda
Hedrick. Amena Holmes, Hance
Jones, Michelle Lacey, Kaitlin
Mann, Austin McDaniel, Ashton
Newsom, Adam Norcross,
Summer Palmer, Hunter
Parrish, Brooklyn Prescott,
Makenzi Richardson, Garrison
Ritch, Elijah Roberts, Carson
Rogers, Zachary Romrell, Bryce
Sanders, Alexia Sapp, Heaven
Scott, Daniel Shuler, Haylee
Tanner, Sydney Taylor, Destiny
Thomas, Noah Thompson, Grant
Wilson and Alaina Wright.
The perfect attendance $25
Books a Million gift card
winners were named as: Kayden
Wadell, kindergarten, Elizabeth
Guadagnoli, firt grade,
Jacoby Edwards. --


second
grade,
Sabrena
Howard,
third grade
and Andre\w
Courson '.
fourth grade.
Every nine
weeks, students
who have not
been tardy are
entered into a
special dra% ing. './-*'
The winners of
the first nine weeks drawing
were:
Kindergarten- Blaine Orton,
Layla Barber, Crystal Lopez-
Aguilar, Kevin Crawford,
Landon Miller, Jonathan
Kirsten, Krista Tanner, Rushad
Lee, Kayden Waddell, Chelsea
Waters, Nadia Norman and
Tyson Woodland.
1". grade- Jordan Miller,
Dawson Crews, Nemecio
Chavarria, Landen Gibson,
Ashton Warner, Donald Hedrick,
Colby Peacock, Jordan Seay,
James Cox and Lyndee Griffis.
2nd grade- Josilyn Jenkins,
Nikiyah Griffin, Cole Huntley,
Jesse Parker, Jaci Patrick,
Tre'von Lee, Keaton Holmes,
Dayven Sellers, Richard
Hernandez and Hanna Burnett.
3'd grade- Elizabeth Watson,
Seth Tieken, Ethan Griffis,
Brianna Williams, Alaina
Wright, Katelyn Starling,
Ariana Watts, Ashlyn Anderson,
Quinten Rawls, Hayden Davis
and Nicholas Stitt.
4th grade- Keeley Durrance,
Hailey Britt, Hannah Fischer,
Debra Ann Leduc, Miranda
Broughton, Victoria Madigan,
Ke'Andre Young and Hailey
Hoilman.
SThis award was provided .by
funds earned through box tops
for education.
The LBES music department
will be hosting auditions for their
upcoming spring performance.
The musical will be open to
third and fourth grade students
only. There are 65 slots to fill.
Because auditions will be held
after school, students must
have a signed permission slip to
audition. For more information,
contact Pam Carter, music -
director, at 386-496-3047.
Third grade auditions will be
held on Tuesday, Nov,. 27.
Fourth grade auditions will be
held on Wednesday, Nov. 28.
Auditions will last until 4:30
p.m. in the music room.
There will be an afternoon
flag football game on Friday,
Nov. 16, from 1 to 2 p.m.
Various concessions will be
available such as cotton candy,
popcorn, snow cones, lemonade
and candy. Most concession
items will be .50 cents each.
All funds collected through
the concessions will benefit
the LBES faculty fund. For the
game, students are permitted to
bring a towel or small blanket
to sit on, sunglasses and/or ball
caps. Parents and guardians are
invited to attend.
The 50-point book club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'


top readers in the accelerated
reader program. The newest
-members are: Eli Hendricks,
Akira Jonas, Heather Poole, and
James Rogers.
LBES'student Hannah Perron
has nowvreached 100 points.
As er reminder, the last day
to purchase a yearbook for $25
is Friday,.Dec. 21. Also, the


last day to bring in fourth grade
student's "first day" photos \\ill
be on Friday, Dec. 21.

Lake Butler Middle School
LBMS recently congratulated
the new members of the
2012/2013 boys' basketball
team to include: Craig Slocum,
Maurice Strong, Markel Strong,
Wyatt Lugenbeel, Roberto
Rodriguez, Noah Wright, Willie
Newsome, Matthew Starling,
Kobe Robinson, Jacob Ricks,
Brandin McCastle, Keyshawn
Young, Kade Peacock and
Sidney Johnson.
LBMS is holding a jacket
drive. Donate any extra or gently
used jackets to Megan Martin
Thornton or you can drop them
by the tech lab at any time during
the day.
Together, students and teachers at
LBMS collected funds and items for
the Jenkins family who recently lost
their home in a fire.

\ .r- crosity was said
I.-. he unbelievable.
A feature story will
l..low on this in
". irhe next edition of
She Union County
Times.

Union
County
High
School
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and laser jet cartridges
to the UCHS project G.R.A.D.
fundraiser "Empties4Cash."
Any size, type, or brand. Project
G.R.A.D. can earn up to $4 for each
empty cartridge. Wrap them up in
newspaper or a zip lock bag and send
them in with your student. Pick up
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information call 904-263-2257.


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The Union County Ministerial
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Farm Bureau in collaboration with
the Union County Extension Office
will celebrate Farm City Week on
Monday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. at the
Lake Butler Community Center.
The guest speaker will be Danny
Raulerson, Chief of State Markets
with' the Florida Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Annually, during the week
before Thanksgiving, agricultural
producers join with consumers to
celebrate their mutual relationships.
The National observance of Farm
City Week is from Nov. 16, to Nov.
22.
According to the Florida Farm
Bureau, farmers and consumers
depend on each other. Florida's food
producers supply the essential needs
for a healthy diet and help maintain
stable material security. Consumers,
in turn, help farmers and ranchers
.remain in business by purchasing
the foods they grow.
During this time, many Farm
Bureau members make donations of
food to charitable organizations that
aid needy citizens.
"Every day our Florida farmers
and ranchers work hard to produce
more than 300 commodities,"
said John Hoblick, president of
Florida Farm Bureau Federation.
"They know that it takes many
partnerships with other citizens to
bring food to the family table. We
are proud of those partnerships
and we look forward to celebrating
them during Farm City Week. We '
also appreciate the efforts of so
many volunteers around the state in
planning and organizing Farm-City
Week events."
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Florida's largest general agricultural
organization with more than 147,000
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Nov. 12, featuring patriotic
songs and oral presentations
by several students. Afterward,
some of the veterans in
attendance set up display tables,
showing off photographs,
uniforms and items from
their time in service.
LEFT: Retired Army
Chaplain (Maj.) Leonard
Melton talks to students
Katelyn Massey (left) and
Taylor Trollinger. BELOW:
Joe Gorden discusses
MREs (meals ready to eat)
with Hannah Jacks.on (left)
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contestant competed in interview,
swimsuit and evening gown
competitions.
At KHHS, Skelly, who is the
daughter of Richie and Cathy
Skelly, is a member of the
volleyball and softball teams.
She is also a member of 4-H.
To view Skelly and the
other Miss Florida Teen USA
contestants, please visit www.
missfloridateenusa.com.


Murray Ford
fundraiser to
assist Rotary,


KHHS student Bradford


Skelly takes
16th at Miss
Florida Teen
USA pageant

Miss Tri-County Teen USA
Shelby Skelly was named a
top-16 finalist at the Oct. 20-21
Miss Florida Teen USA Pageant,
which was held in Hollywood.
Skelly, a 15-year-old
sophomore at Keystone Heights
Jr.-Sr. High School, competed-
against 69 other contestants
from throughout the state. Each


community


Murray Ford Superstore in
Starke is holding a test-drive
fundraiser on Thursday, Nov. 15,
from noon until 7 p.m., with $10
per test drive going to the Rotary
Club of Starke, which will in turri
all assist the Rotary Club in its
community-service projects.
The event, which will include
food and beverages, will also
visitors to register for a chance
to win a guest-judge experience
on "American Idol" and a trip to
Los Angeles, as well as a chance
to win a 2013 Ford Fusion.


Sheppard


A day for many


completes to give thanks
basic training to 'so few'


Navy Seaman Jenniferann K.
Sheppard, daughter of Melissa
G. Stephens of Lake Butler, Fla.,
recently completed U.S. Navy
basic training at Recruit Training
Command, Great Lakes, I11.
During the eight-week
program, Sheppard completed
a variety of training which
included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting,
water safety and survival, and
shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed on
physical fitness.
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations". This
exercise gives recruits the skills
and confidence they need to
succeed in the fleet. "Battle
Stations" is designed to galvanize
the basic warrior attributes of
sacrifice, dedication, teamwork
and endurance in each recruit
through the practical application
of basic Navy skills and the
core values of Honor, Courage
and Commitment. Its distinctly
"Navy" flavor was designed to
take into account what it means
to be a Sailor.
Sheppard is a 2012 graduate of
Union County High School.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Veterans Day is a time to feel
proud of and love for those who
have served the United States of
America in the past and those
who are currently serving, but
Brig. Gen. Robert Branyon, the
keynote speaker at Veterans Day
observance at Camp Blanding
on Nov. 10, said the overriding
feeling should be thankfulness.
Branyon, the assistant adjutant
general for the Florida Air
National Guard, shared the story
of the Battle of Britain,when wave
after wave of German bombers
and fighters filled the skies over
Britain in 1940 in an attempt
to destroy airfields and defeat
the British Fighter Command.
The effort of the British fighter
pilots-which eventually caused
Hitler to abandon what was
known as Operation Sealion-
prompted British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill to say, "Never
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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
Johnnie Lee Alexander, 46, of
Lake Butler was arrested-Nov. 3
by Union deputies for possession
of narcotics equipment, posses-
sion of drugs and trespassing.
Cicera Barnett, 19, of Lawtey
was arrested Nov. 10 by Clay
deputies for contempt of Court.
Teresa Shantell Bing, 22, of
Fort White was arrested Nov.
1 by Union deputies for smug-
gling contraband into a deten-
tion facility.
Brian Williams Carver, 34, bf
Graham was arrested Nov. 9 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Nov. 9.
Clinton Jason Cathcart, 26, of
Live Oak was arrested Nov. 7 by
Bradford deputies for two pro-
bation violations. He remained
in jail at press time.
Jamie Louise Coakley, 31, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by
Starke police for battery. Bond
was set at $1,000, and she re-
mained in jail at press time.
Terrence Henry Conners II,
30, of Raiford was arrested Oct.
27 by Union deputies for disor-
derly intoxication and resisting
an officer.
James Eric Davis, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 26 by
Union deputies for larceny and
burglary.
Tracy Kyle Davis, 38, of
Sanderson was arrested Oct. 30
by Union deputies for contempt
of court.
Walter Mack Edwards, 49, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct. 25
by Union deputies for battery
Devin Demetrius Fate, 22, of
.Lake City was arrested Nov. 9
by Bradford deputies for a pro-
bation violation. He remained in
jail at press time.
Brandy Foreman, 30, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Nov.
7 by Clay deputies for contempt
of court.
James Ray Forsyth, 58, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov. 3
by Union deputies for assault.
Timothy Fugatt, 36, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 8 by Clay
deputies for failure to appear.
Vernon Goodwin, 39, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 8 by
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'Vernon Griffin, 31, of Key-
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9 by Clay deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license.
Christopher Harrelson, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 10 by Clay deputies for
contempt of court.
Jeremy Michael Huffman,
35, of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 3 by Union deputies for
trespassing, disorderly intoxica-
tion and battery.
Anthony'Everett Keenan, 21,
of Tampa was arrested Nov. 11
by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of drug equipment and
possession bmarijuani. He was
released Nov. 11.
Wendy J Kennaird, 50, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 10 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana. She was released
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Andrea Lavoie, 27, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Nov.
12 by Clay deputies for giving a
false statement for a pawn shop.
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11 by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of marijuana and posses-
sion of drug equipment. He was
released Nov. 11.
Robert E. Lukatz, 49, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 30 by
Union deputies for failure to ap-
pear.
Robert Stewart Mcguire, 63,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 11
by Starke police for possession
of cocaine. He was released
Nov. 12.
Tiescha Latrese Mitchell, 23,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 10
by Starke police for making a
false report. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
Nov. 10.
Angela Gene Mosley, 33, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 12 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and she was released Nov 12.
Shanekia Yavonne Peppers,
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William Lee Starling, 28, of
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for driving 'with a suspended, re-
voked or expired license. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he was re-
leased Nov. 11.
Kevin Auston Wethy, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
26 by Union deputies for a sex
offense.'
Sharon Kaye Woods, 45, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 25
by Union deputies for battery.
James'William Young, 39, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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THURSDAY, Nov. 15, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 3B


Fins, Fur & Tails I
1 By Mickey Agner '


Fishing,

hunting and
Tony Young

The local fishing scene
still remains stuck in its fall
transition. The bass will bite. As
a matter-of-fact, the Florida
Bass Network held a tournament
at Rodman (Kenwood Ramp) on
Nov. 3, and the winning team
weighed their five keepers in at
20.75 pounds.
'Joey Tyson at Bald Eagle Bait
and Tackle in Keystone Heights
confirms the crappie will bite
also in the deeper water of some
of our local lakes.
Gary Simpson, owner of The
Tackle Box in Gainesville has
reminded us forthe last two weeks
that the mullet are spawning
in the St. Johns. That should
activate the bank fishermen in
Green Cove Springs. Simpson
also reminds us the trout and
redfish activity will correlate
with the crappie bite.
While many die-hard
fishermen are waiting for the
crappie, trout and redfish to gain
some momentum for their cool-
water bite, many of our local
sportsmen are totally engrossed
in the excitement of hunting.
General gun season opened on
Nov. 3. On the same date, deer
hunters were able to hunt deer
with dogs. Wesley Moody Jr.
has followed a long tradition
established by his father, Wesley
Sr., of running deer with dogs.
Wesley Sr. continues to run
foxes, but follows the deer
hunting primarily by association
with his son.
Tony Young is the media
relations coordinator for the
Florida Fish and, Wildlife
Conservation Commission
for good reasons. He is a
good communicator, and
he is an avid hunter and
fisherman. Additionally, he
legitimately knows about
anything you ask regarding the
two subjects, and a week prior
to this publication, he provided
sone interesting material by
phone on the following topics.
Young was understanding
of a hunter's frustrations with
bears wrecking their feeders. He
indicated feeders can be bear-
proofed, but it is a challenge. A
much better way of managing
the conflict, he said, is to alter
the bait. Apparently beans
and peas are attractive to the
deer, but not so much to the
bears. Acknowledging the fact
that they are initially more
expensive, Young indicated that
if you attracted bears and they, in
turn, damaged your equipment
and scared the deer, everything
you spent-including your
time-was wasted. In the end,
he suggested it might be more
cost effective to use peas and
beans to attract the deer.
As to the possibility of a
quota hunt on bears to manage
their' numbers, he was not
able to provide any direct
information. He just referenced
the commission's policy of
aggressively relocating and


euthanizing bears that habituate
or lose their fear of human
contact. For quota hunting, he
indicated more research would
be needed to make it a viable
alternative.
Deer hunters who use dogs
have recently had to provide
additional registration and
maintain documentation that ties
their dogs to specific hunting
clubs and land they hunt. Young
indicated the new regulations
were not designed to complicate
the lives of dog hunters, but
to facilitate the return of lost
dogs and resolve conflicts that
result from dogs that meander
beyond their land limitations. A
dog hunter himself, Young said
the largest number of conflicts
between Florida residents and
the hunting community occurs
in the area of dog hunting.
Young loves to talk about
the success of the FWC at
managing wildlife and restoring
certain strained populations of
wildlife back to desirable levels.
He named countless species
of animals that have been
successfully restored.
Lastly, he acknowledged the
one species that they had not
been successful with, and as
most all hunters can guess, that
was the bobwhite quail.
Young did acknowledge the
most commonly attributed factor
to the quail's demise-the fire


ant.
"I am sure they do kill some
quail-especially the younger
ones-but they are not the
number-one problem," he said.
That he attributed to the
way we manage timberland
today. Apparently .trees are
grown in a denser manner that
reduces much sunlight. Pine
straw forms denser mulch under
the trees, and the use of fire to
reduce the undergrowth and
mulch is not used as frequently
today due to liability issues.
"If you did just one thing
differently and control burned
the land more frequently, the
quail population would benefit
imlnensely," Young said.
As an example, he suggested
that in a pine habitat, if half of
the ground had sunlight on it and
the other half was in shade, that
would be the ideal light exposure
required. That would allow
grass to grow, which would
protect the birds from predators.
Additionally, it would expose
the ground to the birds, which
would accommodate many of
their-feeding needs.
Those hunting clarifications
from Young are greatly
appreciated. Moreover, as you
wait on the crappie bite to pick
up, enjoy the cool weather and
excitement of hunting season.
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safely until next week.


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The winning team at the Starke Rotary Club's annual golf tournament last Friday
at Starke Golf and Country Club consisted of Michael Sweeney, Michael Tew, Rick
Mills and Barry Warren. The tournament, a fundraiser for local projects the Starke
Rotary Club supports and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, was a success, with 11
teams competing in the afternoon for prizes and money donated by members of the
community. Pictured (I-r) are Sweeney, Tew, Mills, Kaitlyn Sims (representing the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation), Rotary President Paul Sanders and Warren.


Carter Whitehead

Whitehead

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wins at Patriot

Aquatic meet

Carter Whitehead earned six
first-place, finishes, one second-
place finish and one third-place
finish at the Nov. 10-11 Patriot
Aquatic Fall Invitational in
Orlando.
Whitehead, the son of Brad
and Jennifer Whitehead, swam
the 25-yard freestyle in 17.62
seconds and the backstroke in
23.37 seconds, which is currently


the fastest time in Florida for his point trophy for his age group.
age group. Whitehead currently swims
As a result of his wins, with High Tide Aquatics in
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For 26 years, in recognition of Women's History Month,
Santa Fe College has honored women who have made significant
contributions in Alachua or Bradford County.


NOMINATE

A WOMAN
for the 26th annual
Alachua-Bradford
County Women of
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Nominatons must be
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Nominees for Women of Distinction should have demonstrated
unique achievements in the arts, business, industry, science,
"environment, medicine, education, government, social
services, human rights, history, sports, agriculture, humanities,
community service or philanthropy in either county Nominees
for Woman of Promise should be 16-21 years of age and
demonstrates character, achievement and leadership in
Alachua or Bradford County.

Finalists are chosen by a bi-county panel of judges and the
women will be honored at Santa Fe College's
Fine Arts Hall in March 2013.


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(one form for each woman nominated)


Nominee's Name

Nominee's Address City/State/Zip

SPhone Number

Business Number
Attach supporting materials that justify this consideration (maximum five pages) Also attach a brief, h al-page
biographical sketch of the nominee.


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Address City/State/Zip

Phone Number E-mail Address


Please submit to:
Women of Distinction Selection Committee
Santa Fe College
3000 NW 83rd Street, F-204
Gainesville, FL 32606
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living in the )Lter areas would d
appreciate being safe. (Some
an w ay)). The sheriff has made a
lot of promises to the people, so


he should be really busy in the
next four years.
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editor@bctelegraph.com

A warning
from personal
experience
Dear editor:
I'm really hoping that this gets
shared with our community since
this did happen in Union County,
and I'm sure it didn't just start'
with my daddy-and it won't
end with him either.
I want to share this, and hope
that this prevents elder abuse
from happening to you or one of
your loved ones. If you have a
caregiver or friends helping you,
please be aware of who they are
and that your money, checkbooks,-
medication or anything of value
be watched or locked up in a safe
place. .
My daddy got really sick back
in July. We had friends of my
daddy's who volunteered to help
me with him. I thought they were
truly helping us, but they were
actually helping their selves.
Since July, we have had stolen
from my dad: old coins (they
were my grandmother's), rods
and reels (guessing.about 10 or
more), a rifle that he promised
my son about three years ago,
17 checks (that put his checking
account in .the negative) and
medication. That's all that we
have been able to account for at
this time.
I'm asking that if any of the
items listed have been sold/
pawned to you, please contact
me. I'm very thankful that my
dad only knew about the checks
and coins because just the coins
and checks bothered him enough.
During the last 23 days that he
spent in palliative care unit at
the VA in Gainesville, when he
would wake, he would always
ask if I'd found out anything with
the bank. He would also say how
hurt he was that they would do
this to him. It was so depressing
and hurting to see him bothered
by this so bad during the last few
weeks of his life.
I'm making everyone aware
and hoping that this prevents
elder abuse from happening to
one of your loved ones. Please
beware who befriends or gives
care to your loved ones. They are
not doing this from the kindness
of their hearts-they really are
seeing what they can get.
In memory of my daddy. I


hope this will prevent and help
someone else who could be
affected by elder abuse.
Thanks for listening, and
please beware.
R.I.P. Daddy-Cliff
Yarbrough.
Love vou always
Your baby girl
Cheryl L. Yarbrough Elwood

Chappell a true
public servant

Dear editor:
Monday night, I was
fortunate enough to attend the
last school board meeting with
Vivian Chappell sitting on the
board. More fortunate was
working at Hampton Elementary
the entire time Vivian was a
board member.
Vivian is what a public servant
is all about. She demonstrated
to me and many others that
when you serve the people as an
elected official, you take your
job seriously. You listen and ask
questions, and even roll up your
sleeves to help. I have literally
seen heron her hands and knees in
the halls of Hampton Elementary,
bound and determined to clean
those old tiles that bordered the
floor. She knew it could be done.
All I know is they looked better
when she was done.
From my seat on the sidelines,
I always knew she would ask hard
questions at board meetings (the
Telegraph kept me informed),
and she was not afraid to bring
up the topics others probably
wished would go away. The
staff at Hampton knew she
was going to do whatever was
best for children at all times. I


love her complete lack of ego
and her determination. She was
truly selfless and only interested
in doing what was best for our
schools. I could tell from Mr
Randy Jones' comments that
night that she had that effect on
others besides me.
Bradford County was lucky
to have her. If we had more
people like Vivian working in
Tallahassee or Washington with
her work ethic and character, this
state and country would be much
better off.
Thank you so much, Vivian.
You are one of a kind and greatly
appreciated.
Sincerely,
Steve Acree
Brooker

Bradford
elections
supervisor
could help
other areas
Dear editor:
After reading about all the
election problems around the
last week, I have a suggestion:
Since our elections supervisor
did such a great job of planning
for any eventuality, creating
a smooth Bradford County
election,. perhaps we should
have Mr. (Terry) Vaughan teach
elections management to other
areas of the state. In spite of
the problems caused by the
lengthy legislative amendments,
it seems some of the other state
supervisory staff obviously need


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Lois Bush
STARKE-Lois Giddens Bush.
o5, of Starke. died on Thursda\,
No\. 8, 2012, at the Bradford Ter-
race C'are Center in Starke after
an extended illness. She was born
in Nash\ ille. Ga.. living in Starke
for the last 42 \iars. She was the
daughter o the late I lenr\ Giddeins
;and Bell Moore Buslu.
She \\as preceded in death b\:
her hiuband. (onle\ Bush; son,
Joe Bush: and daughters Mavis and
Connie Bush. She w\as a homemaker
and a member of Victory Revival
Center in Starke.
She is survived b\: two grand-
children, Sharon Prendes and Frank
Bush; six great-grandchildren; and
one great-great-grandson.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 12 in the Victory Revival
Center in Starke with Rev. Randall
Griffis officiating. Burial was held
at Crosby Lake Cemetery. Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler is in
charge of arrangements.


Marilyn Didas

Marilyn Did-as
FRANKLIN, N.C.- Marilyn
Ann Didas, 71, of Franklin, N.C.,
died Tuesday, Nov. 6,2012.
Born in St..Augustine, she was
the daughter of the late John Burb
Higginbotham and Ruth Vera Pearl
Allen. In addition to her parents, she
was preceded in death by: her first
husband, Gethro Lee B1ryant; hus-
band, Leon Arthur Didas; and son
Gary Lee Bryant. She was of the
Baptist faith.
She is survived by: children Lisa
(Barry) Smith of Franklin, Joseph
Lee Bryant, Iva (Dana) Rivenbark,
and Tillman (Judy) Bryant, all of
Lake City, and Becky Jackson of
Dade City; sister, Emma Jean De-
poe of Lake City; 19 grandchildren;
and 10 great-grandchildren.
SA memorial service will be held
at a later date in Lake City.
Memorial donations can be made
to the Wounded Warr'or Project,
P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS
66675.
Macon Funeral Home is in charge
of the arrangements.

Mary Donn
GAINESVILLE-Mary B.
"Cathey" Donn, 51, died-on Mon-
day, Nov. 5, 2012 from injuries she
had sustained in an automobile ac-
cident. She was born in Crossville,
Tenn., on May 24, 1961. Seven'
years ago, she had moved from
Keystone Heights to Gainesville,
where she was a certified nurse's
assistant for many years. She was
raised in the Baptist faith. Her hus-
band, James L. Donn, preceded her
in death in 2002.
.She is survived by: her parents,
Carolyn and Don Holtz of Flora-
home; her father and stepmother,
Clayton and Brenda Brewer of
Chattanooga, Tenn.; siblings Karen
(Randy Sullivan) McCallister of
Raiford, Amber (John) Walker of
Jewett, Texas, Jon (Laurie) Holtz,
and Ed (Gloria) Holtz, all of Battle
.Creek, Mich., and Donna (James)
Shackelford of Walnut Grove, Tex-
as; companion, Mark Hopkins of
Gainesville.
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 10 in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel in Starke with Mr. Shay Hill
officiating. Burial followed at the
Lawtey Cemetery. In lieu of flow-v
ers the family has requested contri-


butions to be made to the American
Heart Association, 3801 N.W. 40"1
Terrace Suite B, Gainesville, FL
32606. Arrangements are under the
care of Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Donald
McDavid Sr.
COOKEVILLE, TENN.-Don-
ald Fred McDavid Sr., 67, died
Sunday, Nov. 4, 2012, at Cookev-
ille Regional Medical Center in
Cookeville, Tenn., following a
brief illness. He was born Sept. 14,
1945, in Ft. Lauderdale and moved
with his family to Brooker in 1958.
He graduated from Sante Fe High
School in 1964 and attended ABAC
in Tift, Ga. He worked on his fam-
ily quarter horse ranch, training and
showing horses until its dispersal
in September 1972. After 27 years
of service with the Florida Depart-'
ment of Corrections, he retired to
Rockwood, Tenn. He served in the
Florida National Guard and was a
member of Daysville (Tenn.) Bap-
tist Church.
He is preceded in death by: his
mother; Mildred Jeanette Pridemore
McDavid; and father, Arthur Fred
McDavid.
He is survived by: his wife of 44
years, Sherry Ann Crews McDavid;
children Denise (Robin) Pearce of
Lake City, Donna (Ray) McDa-
vid of Brooker, Donald (Destiny)
McDavid Jr. of Winter Springs;
seven grandchildren; siblings Terry
(Ginger) McDavid of Lake City,
Caroline (Kenny) Green of Wild-
wood, Sue Register of Daytoia, and
Brenda (Henry) Whitehead of Lake
Butler.
Funeral Services were held Nov.
12 in Antioch Baptist Church in
Lacrosse, with Rev. Ivan Clemons
officiating. Burial was at Antioch
Baptist Church Cemetery.
Archer Funeral Home Inc. is in
charge of arrangements.

Annie Mietus
LAKE CITY-Annie Thomas
Mietus, 89, of Lake City died Thurs-
day, Nov. 8, 2012, at the Lake City
Care Center after an extended ill-
ness. She was born in Lulu, and she
lived most of her life in Lake Butler
and Lake City. She was the daughter
of the late Jesse Thomas and Jessie
Dugger Thomas. She was preceded
in death by: daughter Barbara Tot-
ten. She was a seamstress and a
member of the Johnstown Baptist
Church
She is survived by: daughter
Joanne Pacetti of St Augustine;
six grandchilrden; and eight great-
grandchildren; brothers Le Roy
Thomas of Daytona and Charles
Thomas of Lake Butler; sisters
Jewell Zihal of Melrose and Linda
Clemons of Lake Butler.
Funeral services were held Nov.
10 in the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home. Arrangements are under the
care of Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler.

Thelma Odum
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- For-
mer Jacksonville resident Thelma
Lucille (Barrett) Odum, 75, died
on Oct. 25, 2012, at Shands Starke
Hospital. She was born on Oct. 11,
1932, in Thomasville, Ga., to Luther
and Thelma Barrett, along with her
two sisters, Joyce Smith and Peg-
gy Frietas, and her four brothers,
Charles, Donnie, Gene and Sammy
Barrett.
She was preceded in death by: her
husband of 56 years,Joseph Mashon
Odum. She formerly worked for
Florida Bindery and American
Tourister. She moved to; Keystone
in the 1990s. She loved her children,
grandchildren and great-grandchil-
dren very much.
She is survived by: her children,
Sharon (Seaboard) Johnson of
Keystone Heights, Joseph (Jamie)
Odum of Middleburg, Wayne (Tart-
ya) Odum of Jacksonville, Wanda
Allen of Middleburg and Melissa
Odum of Keystone Heights; six
grandchildren; and seven great-
grandchildren.
A life celebration will be held at
her home Sunday, Nov. 25, at 1:30
p.m.


James "A.J." Sanderson of Tampa,
Russell Chesser and Lanier Chess-
er, both of St. Petersburg; brothers
Edward John Beck of Rockledge,
William David Beck of Melrose and
Abslam Marvin Beck Jr. of John-
son.
Funeral Services will be held
Thursday, Nov. 15, at 11 a.m. at
Woodlawn Baptist Church with pas-


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Mark Reddish
STARKE-Mark "Chunky"
Reddish, 52, a lifelong resident of
Starke, passed away Tuesday, Nov.
6, 2012, at his residence. He was
born in Starke on Oct. 21, 1960.
Chunky was a master sergeant in
the Florida National Guard and held
the position of senior logistics NCO.
In his spare time, Chunky loved
hunting and spending time with
family and friends, but most of all,
he loved spoiling his granddaughter.
He considered his hunting cabin in
Alabama his "first" home and his
residence in Florida as his second.
Chunky was preceded in death.
by: his grandparents, P.D. and Ruth
Reddish of Starke; and Dwight
Whitney "Pappy" and Marjorie Car-
penter of Santa Fe Lake.
He is survived by: his daughters,
Georgia Reddish and Monica "Jo
Jo" (Mitch) Ames, both of Starke;
his father, Dolph (Janet) Reddish of
Starke; his mother, Shirley Reddish
of Keystone Heights; his brother,
Greg Reddish, DMD, of Orlando;
his sister, Karen Reddish of Palatka;
his granddaughter, Madalyn Ames;
and so many close friends and fam-
ily.
Memorial services were. held
Friday, Nov. 9, at Madison Street
Baptist Church. Ip lieu of flowers,
the family request that donations be
made to the Wounded Warrior Proj-
ect in Mark's name. Arrangements
are under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services.
PAID OBITUARY
Violet Sanders


Violet Sanders
FORT WHITE-Violet Ann
Sanders, 57, entered into eternal
peace on Tuesday, jNov. 6, 2012, at
her home in Fort White. Violet was
born on July 24, 1955, at Tampa
General Hospital.
She was preceded in death by:
son, Eldon Eugene Sanders Jr.; and
brother, Earl Warren.
She leaves her loving memories
to be cherished by: her husband of
37 years, Eldon Eugene Sanders Sr.;
parents, Raymond and Sandra War-
ren; daughters, Karen (Ben) Ha-
zlip, Victoria (Alexander) Longoria
and Virginia (Roger) Ward; seven
grandchildren, Jennifer L. Crews,
Alexander T. Longoria, J. Dalton
Gerow, Anthony M. Longoria, San-
tana M. Sanders, Angela J. Longo-
ria, Charles D. Ward; great-grand-
son, Aidan J. E. Chase; and her
dear friend in life, Libby Wilson of
Waldo. She leaves behind many ex-
tended family members and friends
to carry on her memories.
PAID OBITUARY


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Sarah Sanderson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Sarah
Sanderson, 71, of Keystone Heights,
died on Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012, in
Florida Hospital at Connerton. She
was born Aug. 2, 1941, in Grandin
to Abslam Marvin and Iva Arlene
Beck. Sarah enjoyed baking wed-
ding cakes, crocheting, fishing and
spending time with her family. She
was a lifetime member of Wood-
lawn Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by: her
husband, Will Sanderson, in 2011.
She is survived by: her daughter,
Sabrina Lee of Palatka; sons Adrian


tors L.D. Osteen and Charles Litzell
officiating. Interment will follow in
Johnson Cemetery. Arrangements
are under the care of Williams-
Thomas Funeral Home of Haw-
thorne. Those who wish may make
memorials to Woodlawn Baptist
Church, 818 C.R. 20A, Hawthorne,
FL 32640.


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional :ews/Sports Editor
It may not be a worldwide e
broadcast-or c\ en nationwide.
state\ ide or ct\\xide-hut
the Bradford !Iiih School 1 V
news prougralm 'i\ ii ing TV
production students practical
expericncc in using the same
t\pe of eqii pment.
Nec\ teacher Mlat Blnitface
saiU the "\cr\ hasic" setIup at
BHS is recall\ not that much
different from that of a lot of
professional TV studios, which


can gixe students a head start if
the\ choose to pursue carccIs in
the TV field.
"\Vhat (students) can get outI
ol the class is the\ can start
to lcartn hoxx to use the basic
equipment," Bloniface said. "A
lot of TIV studios-- \ whether
local\ ohr nationally -don't use
the biggest, latest technology.
It's a budget issue. They use
technology\ that's a few \ears
old."
Students produce televised
news programs two days a


Teacher Matt Boniface assists students Hailey Smith
and Justin McBride in the control room.


Standing for
the pledge of
allegiance at the
Camp Blanding
Veterans Day
ceremony are
veterans (I-r)
'Frank Kozdras,
Richard Avery
and Gary Searcy.


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to so few."
The same can be said in
regard to the efforts of all who
have served or currently serve
the United States, Branyon said.
During World War II, 9 percent
of the American population
served in the military,Branyon
said. Today, he said that figure is
1 percent. That's 1 percent of a
population of 311 million.
With an eye specifically
focused on the veterans and
current military members in the
audience, Branyon said, "When
you raised your right hand, and
you swore your oath of office
and your oath of enlistrfient, you
also said, 'I am willing to give
my life for my fellow soldier,
sailor, airman and Marine, and
give my life in defense of this
country.
"It is only because of your
service-and 'our veterans' -
service-that we enjoy the'
fFeedoms of today."


The observance drew a crowd
of only approximately 40, but
Branyon said, "It doesn't matter
if only one single veteran is in
the stands today. It would have
been worth me researching
Veterans Day a little bit. It would
be worth us being here and for
all these men and women who
put this together as a solemn,
special occasion to celebrate you
veterans who are out there."
As one who is currently
serving, Branyon' wished, to
express his personal thanks to
those who served before him.
"For the veterans I see out
there in attendance today, on
behalf of my fellow soldiers,
sailors, airmen and Marines, I
want to thank- you,".Branyon
said. "I want to thank you for
your service. I want to thank
you for leaving us with the best
damn military this world has
ever seen.
'We are eternally grateful, we
will carry the flag and we will
not let you down. I promise you
that."


\ eek. recording those programs
on T'Iiuesida s and lhLItrsd \s.
The programs. v hicli ar aired
throughout the school in ithe
morning, cmo er ui" i'n )mint
e\ cnts and other inmpltant
lannonLIlleInCI lls. sc'hio l iporlis
and the \\ ather.
"We hae\c the same script as
the PA annloiInccimentIs. plus
\ve thro\\ in some of uir o \\ n
material \\hen \\c ha\e tlhe
chance." 1oniface said.
Each student fills a particular
role for a week. \x hethcr in front
of the camera or behind the
camera. There aren't positions
for every student in the class to
fill, but those who don't take part
in the production of the n\\xs
program during the week \\ ork on
individual projects that Boniface
said will be incorporated into the
news programs.
"I require them to script,
storyboard, shoot and edit their
projects in a week," Boniface
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Boniface said most of the
students seem to enjoy being on
camera, and he gives them a fair
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OVER THE PHONE.
Deadline is Tuesday
at 12 noon prior to that
Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $9.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.

EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
estate advertising in this
newspaper is subject to
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference, limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
with parents or legal cus-
todians, pregnant women
and people securing cus-
lody of children under
18. This newspaper will
not knowingly accept any
advertising for real estate
which is in violation of
the law. Our readers
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Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
S199
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ad
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quite atmosphere. Located
SR-16, 1001 Southern Villas of
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295.n i
711. This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


availau, on an equal
opportunity basis. To
complain of discrimina-
tion, call HUD toll-free at
1-800-669-9777, the toll-
free telephone number
for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275. For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherlandc850-488-7082
ext #1005.
PLEASE be advisedthat
Children's Medical Center
will be closing the Starke
Location at 319 W. Call
Street, Suite B, Starke,
FL 32091 as of October
24, 2012. We will still
be available to give your
children the medical care
they need at any of our
other locations. If you
need an appointment
or to get a copy of your
medical records please
contact 386-755-5658 or
904-653-1822 and a rep-
resentative will be happy
to assist you.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories'
95 BUICK CENTURY, as is
(no dents), needs paint-
ing. Great A/C,.good tires,
new battery. $950 cash,
call 904-368-1174.
'47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-


Ti-County Class8fieds
Bradford Union Clay
ireach vclr 20.500 Re.dcers Every Week!

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904-964-8092
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OnlyS549 mth
For the 2 Bedroom/2 B4th


Only 629 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath


Only t729 mth
For the 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
Call for current
MOVE-IN SPECIALS







Call 904-368-000


Set Right Mobile Homes
Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
Rodney A. Carmichael, Owner 904-364-6383
Email: set_right_homes@yahoo.com

Licensed Bonded* Insured' Uc# Ill/Ij9 456
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age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
FOR RENT, Behind Powell's
Tastee Freeze, 3.500 sq.
ft $2,300/mo. ware-
house/office 3,200 sq
ft.- $850/mo.Office space
2,700 sq. ft.- $1800/
mo.lndustral Park office/
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft.
$950/mo.Warehouse/of-
fice 3.000 sq.ft.-$800/
mo Edwards Road office
space 900 sq. ft. -$600/
mo Smith& Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.

48
Homes For Sale
NEW ROOF, 2010 2BR/
1 5BA. Lake side porch,
front patio, all new appli--
ances, attached apt.w/
separate entrance, bath,
AC/H, 'spetic. on 2 acres
fenced w/large double
garage & workshop. 4 out
buildings, a covered car-
port, and garden space.
Call Linda 352-473-8882
or 352-235-1455.

49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
NEWLY RENOVATED Triple
wide, on one acre. New
well, carpet, metal roof,
vinyl siding, large wooden
deck. Rent to own. Call
Bill 352-745-0094. Must
See.
100% FINANCING on new
4BR/2BA Modular Home
on 1 acre. $725/mo. Flex-
ible financing 904-589-
9585.
MANUFACTURED Home,
HUD, foreclosures.Re-
modeled with new appli-
ances, carpet, paint. Low
down payment and pay-
ments starting at $575/
mo. 904-589-9585.
EVERYTHING INCLUD-
ED, New modular home.
Completely furnished with
washer & dryer. Call to
qualify for our zero down
program. 904-589-9585.
FORECLOSURE, land and
home. Like new, 2BR/
2BA on 2.83 acre, small
pond. $59,900 or $3,000
down, $499/mo. 904-
259-4663.
BUY USED MOBILE
HOMES, cash paid im-
mediately. 904-259-4663,
Jared or Greg.
USED SINGLE WIDE,
great shape. Includes
set up, delivery $15,900.
Wayne Frier Macclenny
Factory outlet. Call 904-
\259-4663.
RE ODELED FORECLO-
SURE, like new 3BR. on
1 acre. $49,900 or $3,000
down $499/mo. Call 904-
259-4663.


"FAV FIVE" 5 lot models
$10K off. all includes fur-
niture, and decor. Won't
last, first come, first
serve. Call 904-259-4663,
Wayne Frier Macclenny
Factory outlet.
575 CREDIT SCORE 10%
down your choice of se-
lect new 3BR/2BA or 4BR/
2BA doubles. Limited time
offer for challenged credit:
North Pointe Homes, 352-
872-5566.
NEW JACOBSEN model
homes sale. 13 left with
up to $25,000 off. Don't
buy until you shop North
Pointe Homes. 4545 NW
13th St. Gainesville call
352-872-5566.
NEW 3BR/2BA JACOBSEN
home. Starting at $43,995.
Painted, walls-del-set-
AC-skriting-and steps.
North Pointe Homes-441
N. Gainesville call 352-
872-5566.
OWN YOUR PROPERTY?
No money down with
good credit. Great rates
available. North Pointe
Homes, 352-872-5566.
SEVERAL BANK REPO'S
and used homes in stock,
at North Pointe Homes,
352-872-5566.
DOLLARS AND DEEDS,
can get you a 3BR/2BA,
only $275/mo. 904-783-
4619.
32x80 Palm Harbor, 4BR/
2BA, land equity, only
$450/mo. 904-783L
4619.
16x80, little TLC needed.
Only $6,500 904-783-
4619.
GREAT STARTER HOME,
2BR/1BA, only $9,900, .
del. free. 904-783-4619.
USED SINGLE, 1100SQ.FT.
Only $250/mo. 904-783-
4619.
NEW 2013 3BR/2BA only
$275/mo. 904-783-4619.
LOT MODEL3BR/2BA. Del.
free, only $275/mb. 904-
783-4619.
50
For Rent
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/for
rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent ,deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent 'at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.


DOUGLASS LAWN CARE
Lawn Cuts Mofrel
No/ob too small-.g/iv me a call!
Quality Lawn Care at a Great Price!
iBL _.i.r Etim


3ohnathan Douglass
r '904-964-4407




Waldo Villas NEED T(

Move-In -We Cai

.Special We SELL

2 Bedroom Ca$h to you

Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent CA1'
Equal housing opportunity.A
This institution is an equal AUC]
opportunity provider & Lic. RealE
employer.
Call Nita at a
352-468-1971 352-49
TDD 800-955-9771


VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT. on lake. For informa-
tion call 352-473-7769.
Senior citizen discount.
KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/
1BA SWMH/ with addi-
tion. 1 acre fenced, paved
road. $5,25/mo. first, last,
sec. 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Island kitchen,
granite counters, tile
floors, gas fireplace,
Jacuzzi-tub. 2 car ga-
rage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1050/mo.
$1,050/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.
2BR/1 BA APT. C'H/A. Elec-
tric range, refrig. wall to
wall carpet. $400/mo. sec.
deposit. References, call
904-966-1334.
ONE Bedroom mobile like
new inside on private
land. Fully furnished;
$325/mo. Keystone
Heights. 352-473-5745.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 3
BR/2BA. DW close to
town, walk to school.
$550/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
473-0464. 50
2BR/2 FULL BATH DW MH,
total refurbished, nestled
-in the wood on Santa
Fe River, Worthington
Springs. Very private,
service animals only,
$650/month. Call 386-
496-2030.
MODERN 3BR/2BA
house(not MH) on Samp-
son Lake, Starke. Large
welt equip, kitchen, in-
side laundry, CH/A canal,
dock, deck, screened
dock house, huge kitchen.
Lawn maintenance, $999/
mo. 904 964-4005.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS rent-
al's from $450 and up.
all 2BR/2BA, clean CH/
A, some are lake front.
Call for more information.
352-226-6226 or 352-
450-8518.
3BR/1BA1000 sq.ft.
house,on Silver Lake
Keystone. $750/mo.
w/$750 deposit. No smok-
ing, service animals only.
Please call 386-867-0686
or 386-752-5152.
3BR/2BA. near Keystone.
Now accepting applica-
tions. $800/mo. plus de-
posit. Call 904-964-5734
for more information.
3BR/2BA DW fenced yard
rent $750.00/mo security


$300 between Lake Butler
& Starke.Call for further
information 904-263-3999
or 904-305-8287.
3 BR/ 11/2 BA SW with ad-
dition, fenced yard Rent
$650/mo Security $300.
Between Lake Butler &
Starke. Call for further
information 904-263-3999
or 904-305-8287.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke. Free utilities,
directTV. $110perweek.
Call Wayne, 352-258-
3039.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition. For more
information call, 904-290-
0083.
DWMH 28/58 3BR/2BA.
laundry room, living room,
family room, dining room,
large screened back
porch. In Union County 8
miles west of Lake Butler
Hwy 100. $600/mo. 386-
496-1771.
SPACIOUS 3BA/2BA. home,
lake front on Santa Fe.
471 SE. 3rd St. Melrose.
Renovated, hardwood
floor, etc. deck, dock,.
$1,100/mo. Call Dan 352-
316-6696.
3 BR/1BA house CH/A very
clean near prisons.$600/
mo $500 security. Call
904-964-8025 for further
information.
WORK FOR RENT. Need
qualified person for nor-
mal home and ground
maintenance. 1BR/1BA
house on Lake Geneva.
References required, call
for details 352-475-3440.
52
Animals & Pets
HORSES FOR SALE. Quar-
ter horse and though
bread, both mares. Both
for $600/w tack or $350
each. Call 904-964-
2244.
53A
Yard Sales
SAT. 8AM.-2PM. 1512 Pat-
marlin St. (Green Acres).
FRI. SAT. 8am.-?2286 144th
SE. Ave. (Griffis Loop).
3 FAMILY GARAGE SALE.
Fri. Sat. 8am.-5pm. 1394
& 1396 Randall St. (off
16W.) office furniture, ap-
pliances, antique dishes
& tables, dolls, to much
to name.
3 FAMILIES yard pale. Fri.
Sat. 8am.-5pm. 6548 SW
160th St Starke (Crosby
Lake). Household, elec-
tronic, clothes, etc.


MULTI-FAMILY yard sale.
Sat. 8am.-2pm. CR.235
next to New River Vol.
fire station.. Toys, kids,
clothes, etc.
HUGE 3 FAMILY yard sale.
Fri. Sat. Sun. 12592 NW
CR. 225 (SR. 100 W to
225 Bayless Hwy.right, 1
mile on right). Lots of baby
clothes and toys, Christ-
mas decor, household
items, to much too list.
THURS,FRI. SAT. rain/shine
19592 NW 71st Ave. From
Starke CR. 229 (toward
Raiford) approx. 5 miles
past VoTech. Furniture,
coffee tables, patio set,
bar stools, cedar chest,
kitchenware, gold plated
silverware, linens, bed
sets, purses, toys, TV,
electronics. Christmas
stuff, coolers, tools, hand/
power tools, toolboxes,
lawnmower, gas back-
pack blower, generators,
air compressors, skill
saws, panel box,200 amp
w/braker's, fishing tackle,
alum. dog box w/seat,
set 5 lug 17" tires. Much
more, free items.
GARAGE SALE, Fri. Sat.
8am.-5pm. From US 301
south take CR. 227 to
CR. 18 6 miles west to
Graham,follow signs. Call
352-359-4588. Lots of
new stuff, including NAS-
CAR, Star Wars, Disney,
Pixar toys. Clothes, linen,
games, TV. ceiling fans,
light fixtures, whole build-
ing full. Also lots of used
stuff, collectibles, toys,
1951 TV. in cabinet. 1987
GMC Van, camper top-
per, fencinggates, small
trailer. So much more.
YARD SALE: FRI. SAT.
9AM.-3PM. Take 301N,
Two Miles North of Law-
tey, Turn Left on 251ST.
6/10 mile on right. 25
cents and up to $125.
See signs.
TWO FAMILY yard sale.
Thurs. Fri. 8am.-lpm.
2243 SE. 147th Terr. CR..
230 to CR. 230A. to right
on Morrow Dr. to 2nd. turn
in Lots of little girl and boy
clothes, toys, household
items.
53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
RECYCLE SALE, Fresh
Start Fellowship, 7191
SR. 21N. Fri. 9am-4pm,
Sat. 9am-noon. Satur-
day $1 bag day. Rain or
shine.


53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Thurs. Fri. Sat, 10am.-
4pm. Old.post office
building in Worthington
Springs, on 121. New,
used Items. Sale also
Wed. Nov. 21st, Fri. Nov.
23rd, Sat. Nov. 24th.
THURS. FRI.8:30-4pm,220
SE. 1st St. Lake Butler.
Undercover queen mat-
tress & box springs, car-
dio glider, lamps, Christ-
mas tree & decor, VHS
tapes, side table, jigsaw,
tile saw, kids cord or-
gan, kids & baby clothes,
shoes, much more.
54
Produce
PECAN BARN 2 miles
East of Starke on SR
16. Buy, sell and crack.
Wed.-Sat. 10am.-6pm.
904- 964-4399.
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 pow-
er chair, new wheels,
new batteries, new hand
controls. Good condi-
tion, $1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Harma
Power lift for $599. 352-
468-2877.
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must see!ll paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
sale. All inventory 30% off.
Home Town Variety Store,
103 Edwards Rd. Starke.
904-964-2002.
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-


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are currently accepting resumes for Sales Consultants at
our Beck Chevrolet store located in Starke, FL.
eal candidates will have a strong, tenured, professional $111
ickground and be able to effectively communicate with
customers. We do not require any previous
experience in the automotive industry.
We are willing to train the right candidates!
'e offer a 5 Day Work week Sundays OFF!!!
/e offer a competitive pay plan and full company
fits including Health Insurance, Life and '-i .lhi
rance, 401K, paid vacation, etc. .
p to 35% paid commission
locallyy owned and operated with a huge used vehicle
ntory at your disposal.
ou are looking to change your life, career, income,
and/orjob security then look no further.
To schedule an interview call
Reece Crews or Eric Porter at 904-964-7500
Business casual/professional attire required.

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KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENTS 1
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Iake a LooK at us Now! ,







SConvenient to shopping, restaurant, boat ramps, Keystone Heights public
beach, schools, banks & medical facilities
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( (Next to the Golf Course) 1
Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682 UL HUSING
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This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.


Announcements
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considered for Art
A u c t i o n
consignment.
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Noon to 5pm at
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Drive, Ste. 1008,
Orlando, FL 32819.
Call (866)537-1013 or
v i s i t
www.Baterbvs.com for
more information.

Employment
Top Pay for Limited
Experience 34 cpm
for 1 Mos OTR Exp
Plus Benefits, NEw
Equip & 401K
(877)258-8782
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Help Wanted
Drivers HIRING
EXPERIENCED/


INEXPERIENCED'
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Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for
hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved


Out of Area Classifieds


program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing
available CALL
Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (866)314-
3769

NURSING
CAREERS begin
here Train in months,
not years. Financial aid
if qualified. Housing
available. Job
Placement assistance.
Call Centura Institute
Orlando (877) 206-
6559

AIRLINE CAREERS
- Become an Aviation
Maintenance Tech.
FAA approved training
Financial aid if
qualified Housing
available. Job
placement assistance.
CALL Aviation


Institute of
Maintenance
(866)314-3769

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from Home. *
Medical, *Business, *
Criminal Justice, *
Hospitality. Job
placement assistance.'
Computer available.
Financial Aid if
qualified. SCHEV
authorized. Call
www.CenturaOnline.c
Qm 888-203-3179

SURROGATE
MOMS NEEDED!
Most generous
compensation and
benefits programs
offered anywhere,
starting at $25,000.
Healthy, non-smoking,
21-39, prior birth
without complications,


no criminal
background.
Confidential,
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services. Reasonable
expenses will be paid.
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MEDICAL
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for Allied Health and
Medical Management.
Job placement
assistance. Computer
available. Financial
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Call 888-203-3179
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om

OTR Drivt
Wanted
Drivers Class A
Flatbed, HOME
EVERY WEEKEND!


Pay 37c/mi, Both
ways, FULL
BENEFITS, Requires
1 year OTR Flatbed
experience. (800)572-
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Jacksonville, FL

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Approved for Veterans
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2012.

Real Estate
ABSOLUTE
AUCTION 79+/-


Bank Owned Assets
in GA, NC, TN
Nov. 27 @ 6pm,
Lithia Springs, GA.
Nov. 28 @ 6pm,
Ellijay, GA. Online
& Live Bidding.
GAL AU-
Co002594,
NCAL8935,
T N 5 7 3 3
RowellAuctions.co
m.(800)323-8388
Real Estate/
Mobile Homes
Foreclosed
Mobile Home
with land ready
to move in. Great
value. Approx 1500
sq ft. 3 Br/ 2 Ba.
Serious offers only.
No renters. Call
(850)308-6473


ing & raising Houses/
BIdgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.

65
Help Wanted
SECRETARY for property
preservationist needed,
computer knowledge a
must. Send resume to
chad.willhite@att.net or
fax 352-473-0094.
HANDS STARKE Re-
gional Medical center,
has the following imme-
diate openings Physical
Therapist F/T, Physical
therapy Assistant-PRN,
Pharmaxist-PRN. Com-
petitive salary and benefit
package. See qualifica-
tions and apply on line
www.shandsstarke.com.
EOE, M/FN/D, Drug-free
workplace.
Temporary Farm Labor:
Caroline Ag Inc., Green-
ville, MS, has 1 positions
grain & oilseed crops; 3
mo. experience required;
must be able to obtain
clean driver's license
within 30 days of employ-
ment; tools, equipment,
housing and daily trans
provided; trans & subsis-
tence expenses reimb.;
$9.30/hr; three-fourths
work period guaranteed
from 11/25/12 6/5/13.
Apply at the local WIN
Job Center with Job Order
number 61526.
REAL ESTATE OFFICE
ASSISTANT in Union
Co. $8-$12/HR. 20-40
hrs/wk. Must have exten-
sive computer and Micro-
soft knowledge, savvy,
quick on your feet with a
positive attitude. Please
fax resume to 386-496-
4309.
WORK FOR RENT. Need
qualified person for nor-
mal home and ground
maintenance. 1BR/1BA
house on Lake Geneva.
References required, call
for details 352-475-3440.


OiJSERVIC ,

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*Land Clearing *Demolition
*Ponds *Road Grading
*Dozer Work' R.E. Jones *Fill Dirt
*Road Building *Limerock
*Driveways Owner .Washout
*Heavy Brush *Site Prep
Mowing Licensed 'Fire Line
& Insured Plowing

DIffce: 904-966-0065 Cll: 904-364-8733
.~'-'~ li- 1 id F.rn Lar.e Starke FL 32091


Now Accepting

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too much from the program
.i One student was allowed
to wear a wig, for example,
which Boniface, with a laugh,
said "made the production so
much more' valuable for all of
us.
In essence, students have
a job to do and a deadline to
meet, but having fun and being
themselves are not factored out
of the equation.
"I think they just want to
express their creativity and to
express their individuality in the


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program," Boniface said. "I'm
allowing them to do that."


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who edits the programs-take
a critical look at the finished
product.
"We go through positives and
negatives of that production-
what we want to continue with,
what we'd like to change in
some way to make it better,"
Boniface said.
Students are very observant
and provide -key insights in
that regard, Boniface said. For
example, students pointed out
that text Boniface had used
previously was hard to make
out.
"We've worked together-the
students and I-to find a better
way to contrast the text to make
it readable," Boniface said.
Boniface, who previously
worked in the Alachua
County school system as a
paraprofessional working with
disabled students, graduated
from Full Sail University with
a degree in film production in
2003. He returned to school
and minored in theater at the
University of Florida.
He also worked for a couple
of years in radio.
"I'm well versed in all the
areas I'm teaching (students),"
Boniface said.
It was six years ago that
Boniface decided to work toward
becoming a teacher.
"I was looking to be an editor
for TV and film," Boniface said,
"but I realized I could make
three times the salary being a
public school teacher."
As the school year unfolds,
Boniface said he would like
for his students to eventually
produce four or five morning
news shows a week. He would
also like for the class to produce
a senior video and plans to have
a 15-20-minute video project for
students to participate in at the
end of the year.
Boniface admitted his new
job at Bradford High School
involves a lot more work than
he expected, but he added, "I'm
really enjoying it. I'm getting a
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Tigers host a Crescent City team that has won 4 straight


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Union County will take on a
Crescent City that is attempting
to win the school's first playoff


game in 12 years in a Region
4-Class IA semifinal game this
Friday, Nov. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in
Lake Butler.
The Raiders (5-4) are making


their 12'h appearance in the
playoffs, but have won only
three games in the postseason.
That third win came in 2000
when Crescent City defeated St.


Petersburg Shorecrest Prep 37-
14.
:First-year head coach Al
Smith has guided the Raiders to
their first postseason berth since'


2009. Crescent City, the District
8 runner-up to Wildwood, enters
the postseason on a roll, having
won four straight games. To
clinch their playoff berth, the


Raiders capped the regular
season with a 41-0 win over
Pierson Taylor.
Junior Bennie Norris was
a big contributor to .a rushing
attack that netted 334 yards
against Taylor. Norris rushed
for 98 yards and one touchdown
on 12 carries, while sophomore
Dirrick Rasher scored on runs of
2 and 33 yards.
Defensively, the Raiders held
Taylor to minus-32 yards. Junior
Dirrick Williams had a forced
fumble and 'recovery, while
sophomore linebacker Tim
Rogers returned an interception
36 yards for a touchdown.
Crescent City opened the
season with three games against
larger schools. The Raiders lost
28-7 to Class 5A Port Orange
Atlantic before suffering a 23-21
loss to Class 3A St. Petersburg
Catholic. Crescent City then
faced another Class 3A school,
defeating Winter Park Trinity
Prep 33-7.
The Raiders then dropped
two straight, losing 18-14
to Wildwood and 34-0 to
Chiefland-a team Union beat
12-6.
Crescent City closed the
season strong, defeating FAMU:
11-6, Hamilton County 12-2 and
The Villages 34-14 before the
41-0 win over Pierson Taylor.
This will be the second
postseason meeting between
Union and Crescent City. The
two teams played each other in
the Class 2A playoffs in 1974,
with the Tigers winning a first-
round game by a score of 41-
16. (Union would advance to
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drought for

Bradford
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Sarah Frederick became the
first Bradford High School cross
country athlete to qualify for state
since 1995, placing 13th at the
Regionl-Class 2A meet, which
was held Nov. 10 in Tallahassee.
Frederick, who is a sophomore,
will now compete in the Florida
High School Athletic Association
Finals, which will be held
Saturday, Nov. 17, at Apalachee
Regional Park in Tallahassee.
The top 15 runners-along
with the top six teams-earned
the right to advance. Frederick's
time of 20:19.79-the fastest
5,000-meter time ever by a
BHS girl-put her ahead of
Bolles' Suzanne Dannheim and
Pensacola Catholic's Rebecca
Farr, who had times of 20:21.49
and 20:25.10.
Bolles' Mackenzie Wilson
posted the top time of 18:47.84.
Bolles also placed first as a
team..
Thq last girl to qualify for state
from BHS was Annice Williams
in 1995, which was Williams'
third straight year of advancing
to state. She was the state runner-
up in 1993 as a sophomore and
state champ in 1994, capping
a season in which she won
every race she was in. In 1995,
Williams was 'heading toward


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2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR C SECTION THURSDAY, Nov. 15, 2012


Indians cap season with


33-0 win over P.K. Yonge ,.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY "The kids reSponded well," "He's earned all the yards he's \.,
Reional Ness/Sports Editor Keystone head coach Chuck gotten this year, Dickinson said.
Alex Gonzalcj powered a Dickinson said. "We told our kids "We're probably not as good as
rushing attack th;lt generated 316 the seniors'deserved to end with we were last year offensively up
yards, while the defensive unit a victory, and the underclassmen front."
I .... -.., f ... ... r i.... ,,;i P .et , f t .a./. Chris Gillen was another I


allowedC 181 \laruds an create
three turnovers in the Keystone
Heights football team's 33-0 win
over P.K. Yonge on Nov. 8 in
Gaines\ ille.
It was a nice way for the
Indians (6-4) to bounce back
from a loss to Mount Dora the
previous week that eliminated
them from playoff contention.


\(leeI uc) a VIcLUIy Lto get Ire j
for next year."
One senior who capped his
career in a big way was Gonzales,
who had three touchdowns and
142 yards on 37 carries.
Dickinson said Gonzales
probably had a tougher time
getting his 1,000-plus yards this
year.


Keystone
fullback Chris
Gillen fights
for yards in the
Indians' 33-0 win
over P.K. Yonge.
The win capped
Keystone's
season with a 6-4
record.


senior who had a good night,
rushing for 57 yards and a
touchdown on seven carries,
while also intercepting a pass
from his linebacker's position.
The interception set Gonzales
up for his third touchdown of the
game, which put the Indians up
26-0 late in the third quarter.
That was a big enough lead for
the defense to work with as P.K.
Yonge (1-9) was held to three
first downs in the second half
and to eight overall.
"I thought we played well
defensively," Dickinson said.
"The defense has been our strong
point all year other than a few
games."
Keystone scored the first
time it touched the ball, putting
together a nine-play, 48-yard
drive. Gonzales carried the ball
eight times, capping the drive
with a 5-yard touchdown run to


See KHHS, 5C


Keystone
boys' soccer
team posts
3rd shutout
Cory. Hedding recorded
a hat trick as the Keystone
Heights boys' soccer team
defeated District 5-2A opponent
Interlachen 7-0 on Nov. 9 in
Intertachen.
Goalie Eric Wood recordedd 11
saves and has not allowed a goal
yet this season. Keystone (3-0,
1-0 in District 5) has outscored
its opponents 18-0.


Juan Grimaldo recorded
assists on the Indians' two first-
half goals, which were scored by
Hedding and Zac Hblman
Keystone's possession-style
passing game went into play in
the second half as the Indians
moved the ball all over the
field to create many scoring
opportunities. Hedding scored
the first two goals of the half-
one off of a Zac Fairbanks assist
in the 44t' minute and the other
off of a Logan Stanley assist in
the 56'" minute.
Grimaldo scored off of a Wyatt
Graziano assist, while Craig
See SOCCER, 3C


continued from


her second straight state title, but
could not finish the race because
of an ankle injury.
Frederick was the only BHS
runner in this year's girls' race,
but the boys' team did compete,
placing ninth-the highest
regional finish for a BHS boys'
team in more than 20 years. The
Tornadoes had a team score of
257.


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Eastside, which placed sixth
to earn the final team state berth,
had a score of 173. Wakulla and
Fernandina Beaci were seventh
and eighth, respectively, with
scores of 175 and 220.
Scotty Peirce led the Bradford
boys with a time of 17:50.62,
which was good for 25"h place.
Thomas Hales was 39th with a
time of 18:13.13, while John
Wesley Gillenwaters was 44h


Sarah Frederick
(foreground)
Approaches
S the finish line
at the Region
1-Class 2A meet
on Nov..10 in
Tallahassee. Her
13th-place finish
will allow her'to
compete at the
state meet this
Saturday, Nov.
17.



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with a time of 18:23.75.
Cole Whitehead (19:52.48),
Dalton Marroletti (20:39),
Alva Peirce (22:07.48) and i
Justin Carlisle (22:11.59) also
competed for Bradford.
Bishop Kenny's David
Yarbrough placed first with a
time of 16:24.93. Bishop Kenny
placed first in the team standings
as well.


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Students who
sang included
(I-r) Clayton
Kicklighter,
Abbie Gibson,
Jacob Lepanto
and Grace
Gibson.


PLAYOFF
Continued from 1C
the state championship game
that year, losing 20-7 to Tampa
Jefferson.)
The Raiders' most successful
postseason was the 1978 Class
2A playoffs'. They defeated
Chiefland 15-0 in a first-round


SOCCER
Continued from 2C
Graff scored on a breakaway off
of Stanley's through ball.
Stanley scored the final goal
in the 66'h minute off of a Matt
Crane assist.
Keystone, which played
district opponent Fort White
this past Tuesday, opened the
season with an 8-0 win over
visiting Palatka on Nov. 6. The
Indians scored twice in the first
seven minutes, with Graziano
scoring off of a Holman assist
and Holman sending a shot into
the far side of the net from 25
yards out on an assist from Juan
Grimaldo.
Grimaldo scored the third
goal on a feed from Hedding,
while Graff and Juan Grimaldo
scored goals to give the Indians
a 5-0 halftime lead. Fairbanks
and Graff assisted on those two
goals.
Nacho Grimaldo volleyed in a
Graziano cross to get the scoring
started in the second half, while
Hedding found the back of the
net one minute late on a Juan
Grimaldo assist.
Hawkins ended the match
in the 52"n minute, scoring the
eighth goal on a Juan Grimaldo
assist.
The Indians hosted Oakleaf on
Nov. 8, winning 3-0. Wood made
seven saves, while his Oakleaf
counterpart made 12.
Holman scored on a blast
from 18 yards out in the sixth
minute, with Nacho Grimaldo
getting the assist. Graff scored
on Johnathan Valldejuli's cross
to give the Indians a 2-0 lead.
The Oakleaf goalie made
Some spectacular saves in the
second half, but Keystone finally
broke through with a third goal
in the 7gth minute when Shaw
Fuller sent a perfect ball to
Hedding, who slid the shot past
the keeper.
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thanks to his brother's
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band members (I-r) Olivia
Sanders, Andria Frampton,
Rebecca Blakney and
Lindsey Murphy perform
behind him.


game, then defeated West Nassau
19-0. Wakulla ended Crescent
City's run one game shy of
the state championship game,
defeating the Raiders 24-13.
Crescent City qualified for
the playoffs in 1974, 1975,
1978, 1991, 1997, 1998, 2000,
2004,2005,2007 and 2009. The
Raiders' last postseason -game
was a 42-10 loss to Jacksonville
Trinity Christian.


on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 7:30
p.m. The Indians will then travel
to play Orange Park on Friday,
Nov. 16, at 6 p.m.
Keystone goes 1-1 in
preseason classic
The Indians hosted the eighth
annual Twin Lakes Preseason
Classic on Nov. 3,. defeating
Clay 5-0 and losing 2-0 to


Sisters Jenny
and Emily
Thurman show
their love and
appreciation
for their father,
Chris Thurman.
They were just
two of many
students who
displayed signs
of thanks for
family members
who served,
are serving or
who died while
serving.


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The winner of this Friday's
game between the Tigers
and the Raiders will play the
winner between Wildwood
and Newberry for the Region 4
championship on Friday, Nov.
23, at 7:30 p.m. If Union wins,
it would host Newberry or travel
to Wildwood. If Crescent City
wins, it would have to travel
regardless of who wins between
Wildwood and Newberry.


Gainesville.
Holman scored three goals in
the win over Clay; while Graff
.and Wood each added one. Juan
Grimaldo and Brandon Hannah
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Big plays, turnovers hurt Tornadoes in 20-12 loss to 'Cats


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Big plays by Baker County
running back Falon Lee and
three turnovers added up to a 20-
12 loss for-the Bradford football
team in its season finale on Nov.
9 in Macclenny.
Lee rushed for 213 yards on 27
carries, with approximately half
of that yardage coming on two
rufs. He scored on a 69-yard run
in the second quarter, while his
48-yard run led to the Wildcats'
final score of the night. That put
Baker (8-2) up 20-6 with 6:08
remaining in the game.
Bradford head coach Steve
Reynolds said tackling was an
issue at times this season for
the Tornadoes and said his team
would take part in whatever
clinics it could in the offseason


to improve in that area.
"We're going to be the best
tacklers," Reynolds said. "That's
what we're shooting for next
year."
Offensively, Bradford (6-
4) had the ball at the Baker
County 25-yard line twice in
the fourth quarter, but failed to
capitalize on either opportunity.
One possession ended with an
interception, while the other
resulted in a turnover on downs
after losing 15 yards in a four-
play span.
"There were a lot of
opportunities we let pass us by,"
Reynolds said.
The Tornadoes (6-4) scored
first, taking advantage of a
fumble recovery at the Baker
43-yard line. A 9-yard run by
Deantre Burch and a 14-yard


pass from Jacob Luke to Kenny
Dinkins moved Bradford to the
20, while a 13-yard reception
by Dinkins put the Tornadoes
inside the 10. Lyndell Hampton
scored on a I-yard run to put the
Tornadoes up 6-0 approximately
three minutes into the first
quarter. The PAT by Burch was
no good.
Bradford's defense forced the
Wildcats to go three and out on
the ensuing series. A personal
foul penalty on Baker following
its punt gave the Tornadoes a first
down at their own 43. However,
Bradford went three and out as
well, with the Wildcats sacking
Luke for a 9-yard loss on third-
and-5.
Baker quarterback Corey

See BHS, 6C


Bradford defenders B.J. McNeal (far left) and Don Jeffers attempt to corral Baker
County running back Falon Lee.


KHHS
Continued from 2C
put the Indians up 6-0 at the 6:43
mark of the opening quarter.
P.K. Yonge had some trouble
with Keystone's short, high
kickoffs, starting with the one
that followed Gonzales' first
score. The Blue Wave muffed
the kickoff, with senior John
Brown falling on the loose ball
at the P.K. Yonge 24. Gonzales
carried the ball seven straight
times, finding the end zone
again from a yard out for a 12-0
lead with 3:10 remaining in the
first quarter.
The Blue Wave muffed the
ensuing kickoff again, but did
retain possession. The result,
however, was the second straight
three-and-out series against the
Keystone defense. Senior tackle
John Foray dropped Blue Wave
running back Christian Ellis for
no gain on a second-down play,
forcing P.K. Yonge into a third-
and-7 play.
Gonzales fielded the P.K.
Yonge punt, returning it more
than 50 yards to inside the Blue
Wave 20-yard line; but an illegal,
block penalty nullified the big
gain. The Indians, however,


marched their way downfield
before turning the ball over on
downs at the P.K. Yonge 17.
The Blue Wave threatened to
score on the following series.
A personal foul penalty against
Keystone a 16-yard. run by
Anthony' Andrews and a 14-
yard pass from Van Turner
to Kianundric Richardson
helped move P.K. Yonge to
the Keystone 14-yard line, but


Alex Gonzales
carries the ball
for Keystone. He
rushed for two
touchdowns and
4 'N approximately
100 yards in the
first half, and'
finished the
game with three
scores.





senior defensive back Logan
Stanley ended the scoring threat
with an interception at the goal
line.
The -Indians took the 12 "
lead into the half, then increased
it with an approximate seven-
minute drive 'to' -open the"
second half. Quarterback Blake
Valenzuela got the 11-play drive
started with an 11-yard run,
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converted a second-and-13 play.
The bulk of the drive consisted
of Gonzales runs, but it was
Gillen who sprang free for a 17-
yard touchdown run. Stanley's
PAT put the Indians up 19-0.
It did not take Gillen long
to make another big play,
intercepting a pass four plays
later. That, coupled with a
personal foul penalty on the
Blue Wave, gave Keystone the
ball at the P.K. Yonge 13-yard
line. Gonzales had a 9-yard run
before scoring from 4 yards out.
Stanley added the PAT for a 26-0
lead with 3:14 to play in the third
quarter.
The last score of the game
came courtesy of a 60-yard
run by Sam Anderson on the
first play of the fourth quarter.
Stanley connected on his third
PAT of the game.
Keystone finkhed with 20
first downs and 347-yards. &
D'Karas Fields had most of
P.K. Yonge's.,-yardage despite
touching the baH only six times.
He ca.ried the ball three times
for 71 yards, while catching
three passes for 32 yards.
P.K. Yonge had almost as
much yardage in penalties as it


did in offense, being flagged 15
times in excess of 150 yards.
After the game, Dickinson
talked of how his team could've
easily been 8-2 or 9-1 this
season, having a chance to win
at least three of the games that
were losses. However. he was


appreciative of what the players
accomplished, winning six
games for the second straight
season.
"It is what it is, but I'm proud
of our kids," Dickinson said.
"They played hard. That's all I
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Bradford girls

open with

district win

over Santa Fe

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Taquandra Diggs and Nikki
Jenkins each scored nine points
as the Bradford girls' basketball
team opened its season with a
56-46 win over District 5-4A op-
ponent on Nov. 12 in Alachua.
IThe game was tied at 35-all
going into the fourth quarter, but
Bradford outscored the Raiders
21-11.
Nyasia Davis, Wilisha Griner
aid Tracey Kemp each scored
eight points for the Tornadoes,
with Kemp hitting two 3-point-
ers.
Bradford played Nease this
past Tuesday and will play its
first home game Monday, Nov.
19, against district opponent Fort
White at 7:30 p.m. The junior
varsity teams will play at 6 p.m.


Bradford was held to 79
rushing yards, with Hampton
rushing for 57 yards on 16
carries.
Luke was 12-of-26 passing
for 167 yards. Dinkins had six
receptions for 80 yards, while
Grimsley had three .receptions
for 60 yards.
Reynolds was proud of this
year's senior class, which
has had to play through some
adversity, including having three


head coaches in four years. He
was also encouraged by how
the players who will return next
season responded to the loss.
"The first thing our
underclassmen said is, 'Next
season starts now.' That's
wise," Reynolds said. "That's
savvy. Basically, that's them
understanding on a mature
level what we're striving for,
which is a constant pursuit of
perfection."


Score by Quarter
BHS: 7 17 11
SFHS: 13 8 14


21-56
11-46


BHS
Continued from 5C

Lawler turned in a big play for
the Wildcats with an 14-yard run,
but Lee turned in an even bigger
play, busting free for a 69-yard
touchdown with 4:39 to play in
the second quarter.The successful
PAT put Baker up 7-6.
The Wildcats' Jared Crews
intercepted a pass on Bradford's
ensuing series, returning the
pick 27 yards to the Bradford
18. A' personal foul penalty by
Bradford moved the 'ball to the
9-yard line. Lawler scored on a
run from there to put Baker up
13-6 with 2:48 remaining in the
half. The PAT was no good.
Bradford received the ball to
start the second half, but that
drive ended with an interception.
The Bradford defense, though,
clamped down, allowing the
Wildcats to gain just 17 yards on
their first four offensive series of
the half. Cody Bias, B.J. McNeal
and Phillip James all had tackles
behind the line of scrimmage
during that span, while Keaaris
Ardley tipped away a potential
touchdown pass.
The Tornadoes did not do much
offensively themselves, but had a
promising drive that began late
in the third quarter. Hampton ran
for an 11-yard gain before Marco
Grimsley came down with a 35-
yard reception along the sideline
that gave-Bradford a first down at
the Baker County 25 heading into
the fourth quarter. The Wildcats'
Rashodd Hadley put an end to
the drive, however, coming up
with Baker's third interception
of the game.
Bradford found itself on the
Baker 25 again the next time it
had the ball. A 10-yard run by
Hampton put the Tornadoes at
the Baker 40, with a personal foul
penalty tacking on an additional
15 yards. Hampton, though, was
tackled for a 2-yard loss on the
first play from there. Luke then
threw two straight incompletions
before being sacked fore 13-yard
loss on fourth-and-12. ,
The Tornadoes had done
a good job of bottling up the
Wildcats' Lee after his 69-yard
touchdown run, limiting him
to 25 yards on eight carries.
The ninth carry after that long
scoring run, however, was a 48-
yard run to the Bradford 14. Lee
carried the ball all six plays of
the 62-yard drive, scoring on a
3-yard run with 6:08 to play. The
successful PAT put the Wildcats
up 20-6.
Bradford's offense answered
with an 80-yard scoring drive that
featured a 25-yard reception by
Dinkins and a 23-yard scramble
by Luke. Luke's 12-yard pass to
Grimsley set up first-and-goal at
the 1. Hampton scored on a run
from there, but was stopped on
the ensuing two-pointconversion,
leaving the Tornadoes trailing
20-12 with 2:03 to play.
The Tornadoes unsuccessfully
attempted an onside kick. Baker
ran five plays from scrimmage to
run the clocigQut.


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touchdown in
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