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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 2012 100TH YEAR --ciu, L ,UI. CENTS


Worth

Noting

Ritz Christmas
Classic
Christ Central of Lake Butler
will host a Ritz Christmas Classic
on Friday, Dec.' 14, beginning at
7 p.m. This "Red Carpet" event
will have classic holiday music
with swing n' modern mix
combined with a 50's cuisine.
Tickets are on sale for $10 and
can be purchased by calling 386-
365-6968. Wear your tux, suit,
formal gown, etc.


Bingo and
bake sale set
There will be a bake -sale
on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 8
a.m.;. until sold out at: Spires
JIGA to benefit the seniors of
Worthington Springs.
Bingo will be held on Dec.
15, at 6 p.m. at the Worthington
Springs Community Center to
also raise funds. All are invited
to attend. There will be several
prizes to be won including a cash
prize.


Library
Christmas
Bingo set.
Christmas Bingo will be held
at the Uniqn ,County Public
Library on Saturday, Dec. 15,
from 3 to 5 p.m. for the whole
family. Three cards for $1,
free popcorn, soda and candy
.50 cents each, awesome book
bundles, and more. Call 386-
496-3432 for more information.
All proceeds benefit the JFOL' s
scholarship fund.


Christmas
Banquet set
The Consolidated High School
committee will hold their annual
Christmas banquet on Saturday,
Dec. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Hal
Y. Maines community center
in Lake Butler. This event is
open to the public. There will
be music, food, door prizes and
more. Contact Eddie or Cora
Jackson at 386-496-1670 for
more information.


Community State Bank robbed


SBY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
AND
BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

The Union County Sheriff's
Office said a man walked into
Lake Butler's Community State
Bank Friday afternoon, handed
the teller a note, and made off
with a small amount of cash.'
Lt. Lyn Williams said no
weapons were involved in the
holdup'and no one was hurt.
Deputies are looking for a
white male between 30 and 50
years of age with a white beard.
At the time of the robbery, the
suspect: was wearing a baseball
cap. Williams described him as
having a slender build, around
.6 feet tall and weighing around
180 pounds.
No witnesses saw the suspect
leave the bank, so deputies have
no description of the getaway
vehicle.
Surrounding law enforcement
agencies are also looking for the
suspect and Williams said" the


(Above) UCSO Deputies surrounded the Community
State Bank in Lake Butler. (At right) This picture was
captured by surveillance cameras during th robbery.


Code Enforcement Board takes action U
S, Union deputies
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BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The City of Lake Butler's code
enforcement board met last week
to discuss a residential property
located on SW 1st Terrace in
Lake Butler that is in violation of
two city ordinances.
City ordinance 05-05,
section 26-52 states, "It shall.
be the duty of every .owner,
lessee or. occupant of a lot or


portion thereof, and of every
representative or employee of
such owner, lessee or occupant
having control of any lot or
portion thereof, within the city
limits, to maintain the premises
in such a manner that they shall
at all times be clean and sanitary
and present a neat and slightly
appearance."
City ordinance No. 05-
05, section 26-53 (a) states,
The existence if excessive
accumulations of untended


growth of weeds, undergrowth
or other dead or living plant
life, overgrowth of lawn, grass.
or weeds or "stagnated water,
rubbish, debris, or trash is hereby
prohibited and declared- be a
public nuisance and unlawful.
Board Members Tomrn Riherd,
Maggie Wetzel, Mary Bristow,
Katherine Filer and Janette
Redmond were given the
details of the property with a

See Action page 2A


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

After receiving, a tip from an
anonymous caller, Union Coun-
ty deputies and a Florida wildlife
officer caughtfive juveniles with
marijuana at Lake Butler's Lake-
side Park Dec. 1.
According to an arrest report,
just after 7:30 p.m., two deputies
and the state officer approached
a black" Ford Mustang convert-
ible stationed on the north side
bf the park.
Deputy John Henry White-
head wrote in a report that he
detected a strong odor of mari-
juana coming from the car as he
walked up to the vehicle. How-
ever, when he asked the driver
if anyone had the illegal drug on
them, the driver replied no.
While searching the vehicle,
officers found marijuana, in the
passenger side seat, the center
console, on the back floorboard
and throughout the back passen-
ger seat.


They also discovered a pack-
age of blunt wrappers in one
of the suspects' pants pock-
et. Whitehead wrote that the
wrappers are commonly used to
consume cannabis.
The deputy added that he
asked all five suspects who the
cannabis belong to and told them
that if no one identified the own-
er he would arrest all five. No
one spoke up.
Whitehead wrote that when
attempting to place handcuffs on
..the suspects, one of them, Chad
Ali, 15, of Lake Butler snatched
his hand away from the wildlife
officer,, hurled an expletive at
him and ran away.-
Whitehead wrote that he
caught Ali approximately 50
yards from the car and while he
was cuffing the juvenile, Ali con-
tinued to struggle, trying to break
free. .
SThe 15-year-old was booked
into the Union County Jail for
resisting officer with violence,
possession of cannabis less than
S20 grams and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
An additional suspect was also
jailed for possession of cannabis
and of drug paraphernalia. The
other three suspects were given
notices to appear in court for the
possession charges and released
to their parents.


VFW
Christmas
Party set
Post Commander Samuel
Jenkins and VFW Ladies
Auxiliary President Annie
Pittman announced that the Post
is holding their annual Christma,
Party for members and their
families on Saturday, Dec. 15, at
6 p.m. It is pot luck,,so if you can,
,bring something to share. If you
.have any questions, call Barbara
Fischer at 904-263-064'7.


Social Club
Dance set
The Lake Butler Social Club
dance will be Saturday, Dec 15,
at the Lake Butler Elementary
School lunch room. The doors
open at 6 -p.m. The pot luck
dinner will be at 7 p.m. Dress
code is casual. The band will
be cadillac style, Members is
$7 and nonmembers is $8 at the
door. If you like good music and
like to dance this is the place to
spend your Saturday evening.
All are invited.
This is a smoke and alcohol
free entertainment. Invite .your
- friends and family to join too.
For more information contact
Sue Ann Waters-Moates at 904-
263-2438.


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

The sidewalks and curbs were
packed on the parade route this
year with community members
eager for the parade to begin.
All of the floats participating
in the parade were in competition
to see who would be named the
winner for the best decorations.
First place received $200, second
place received $100 and third
place received $50.
Some of the parade
participants included the Boy


Scouts, Girl Scouts, Grace
Christian Fellowship Church,
4-H cooking club, Union County
High School Marching Band,
Okito Karate, Community State
Bank, First Christian Church,.
Skips Deli, UC, growers and
showers, the All-American
Twirling Academy, UC food
pantry, Order of the Eastern Star,
the city commissioners, Union
County Sheriff's Office, UC
road department and solid waste,
Cooper Law Firm, Johnstown
Baptist Church, Southern
Comfort Tanning Salon, student


working against tobacco
(SWAT), Spires IGA, Jackson's
Building Supply, Lake Butler
Rotary, Lake Butler Hospital,
Robert's Insurance, Smokey
the Bear (forestry), Lake Butler
Fire Department, Union County
Riding Club, Santa on a city fire
truck waving to all, and more.
First Baptist Church won first
place, Lake Butler Hospital won
second place and Community
State Bank won third place.
The sponsors for the parade
were. FPL, Jackson Building
Supply, EZ Ice Co., George


Roberts Insurance and Lake
Butler Elementary School.
The City of Lake Butler said
that they are thankful to all of
the participants and sponsors and
for the donations received for
the annual Christmas parade and
festivities.
On behalf of the City of
Lake Butler, Kia Paige said,


"We would like to thank our
Christmas parade float judges,
County Commissioner Jimmy
Tallman, UC. School Board
Member'Curtis Clyatt and newly
elected Clerk of Courts Kellie
Connell. .


More photos on page 2A


S' If .

Ciara Woodall was dressed for the part on the Radio
flyer.


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First Baptist Church of Lake Butler won first prize for their Radio Flyer float.


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2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 2012


Christmas in the Park . .- ....... "


BY TIFFANY CLARk
.1 Times Etditor


The Christmas in the park
event held in the Worthington
Springs this past weekend was
filled with vendors and events.
"The turnout was very pleasing


according to the Worthington
Springs Mayor Shane Massey.
There were booths set up
around the park with a variety
of items to offer. Some of the
vendors were Tom, Wright
selling Karl's Kettle Corn, Love-
n-Loops by Alysha Larsson,


(At left) Helene Elixson and Chelsea Pendergast stop
and visit with the Grinch.

(Above) Artist Lynda Perry from Interlachen paints
Kaitlyn Rhelnheimer's face.

(At top right) Ty Crawford, Taytum Gaskins and her mom
Tasha Gaskins enjoy the train ride.I

(At right) Molly Massey and her daughters Alyssa and !
Katie stop for a picture while browsing the accessories.

(Bottom right) Tom Wright of Fort White sold Karl's fresh
popped kettle corn at the event with a variety of flavors
like cinnamon and jalapefio.

Bobbi's Best Aromatherapy more.
and Leaf Motif, Brooks Lawn Marlana Pinkston won the
and Patio Furniture, Luxury raffle on the vendors basket.
Hand Dyed 'ams, Curly Girlie Travis Worrell won the raffle on
Boutique, I Heavenly Boutique the GoDaddy Lures tackle box.
LC,ArtworkfromKelliel Inezand Massey said that there was
GoDaddy Lures. Other vendors a great turnout and 'that the
offered jewelry, glassware, train Worthington Springs city council
ides, handmade scarves, face hopes to have the Christmas in
-aiting and the Park e\ent again in the future.


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suggestion from City Manager
Dave Mecusker to take action or
.resolving the issues.
Mecusker said that the
residence on the property
is vacant and in unlivabk
conditions. The compliance
issues with the residence and th(
property have been a concert
according to Mecusker, for the
last several years. Due to the
continually declining condition
of the property, action is
necessary.
The board was informed tha
the owners of the property wen
given the option of the city
removing the mobile home at n(
cost. The owners are said to have
,denied the offer and have yet t(
address the compliance issues.
Mecusker explained to th(
board that the front porch was
lying on the ground. The water
heater, which was hanging front
an open panel on the side of the
mobile home, was-now missing
The windows were broken and
all of the doors were damaged
and unsecured. Mecusker also
claimed that nearby residents
had expressed -their concerns o
illegal activities that have beei
witnessed at the vacant mobile
home.
After a recommendation front
Mecusker, the board agreed
unanimously to place a lien of $5
per day against the property to
begin thirty days after the board
meeting, that would continue
until the property and mobil
home were in compliance or th
mobile home was removed from
the property.
Mecusker said that a certified
letter was. sent to inform th
property -.owners of the cod
enforcement meeting-but that9g
one was present on their behal:
Earlier communication with ih


property could not be brought up I
to standards before that date, am
good faith effort must at least be Compensation up to $50.00 per visit
made by the thirty days to avoid I No-cost study-related care and study-medications for
further action. I Up tO 42 months.
City Attorney John Maines I i reerl
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(Above) Santa Claus waved to everyone from the top of
the city fire truck driven by Laurie Ash.

(At left) Kelsey Harrison, Chaton Croft and Savannah
Woodall stop for a quick picture.


Action
Continued from Page 1A


property owners on a solution
for the compliance issues has
been unsuccessful. Mecusker
r' said that the homeowner had
a previously offered to allow the
city to remove the "dwelling
e if the six months given in the
Y land development regulations
r to replace the home could be
extended to 5 years.
According the City of Lake
n Butler, the land development
e regulations, section 4.2.13, states,
e "For the -purpose of these land
n development regulations, the
s phrase, existing mobile homes
shall mean mobile homes which
t .existed as of the effective date
e" of the adoption or amendment
y of' these land development
0 regulations. In those districts,
e which do not permit the erection
. of new mobile homes but do


permit existing mobile homes,
such existing mobile homes may
!be removed and replaced by
another mobile home, provided
that a period of not greater than
*six consecutive months elapses
between the removal of the
mobile home and the erection
of another mobile home. Where
a mobile home is removed and
is rnot replaced for a period.
greater than, six consecutive
months for any reason (except
-where governmental action
impedes access to the premises)
such mobile home shall not be
replaced and any subsequent use
shall conform to the regulations
for the district in which- the use
- is 1pcated."
At the end of the thirty-day
period, the property must be
:brought to livable. standards


or the mobile home must be
removed. Riherd said that if the


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THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES


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(At front, I-r) Hayley Locke, Nomie McMinn, (back, l-r) Alana Castleberry, Chloe McMinn
and Samantha Douglas had fun in the bounce house.


UC Historian reflections of Christmas
BY MNIARJORIE DRIGGERS
L'C Historian
Ho ho ho. %%hat a beautiful parade eerNone witnessed d Saturda% night. All do% n b\ the lake. ie% ing
the lighted shelters and the community\ center \"ith "happy holidays" across the front of the building
ail lit up. E\crnone should thank the cilt officials for sponsoring such a wonderfull annual celebration
to remind us of the "reason for the season," the birth of Jesus Christ. \ ho came into the world d to saae
e\ er\one from their sins". Lets not forget this blessing.
\\ith the Linion Counti High school band leading the parade, dressed in their beautiful lighted
uniforms, %hat a joy The\ marched from %\est to east up Main Street \\ith a fabulous crod of,
b\ standers from one end of to"n to the other. Let's thank the leader of this wonderfull parade, including
mans *\ ho walked the long %%a\ and the decorated cars and floats.
Also. for the end of the parade, manN decorated horses Mith their happ\ riders. This old \omarrhas
been blessed to like in m\ hometown all mN Nears and is so thankful to wish each and e\er\ one "a er ..
Merr\ Christmas and Happ\ 2013.'"
\\'hen I %as a little girl. our family\ %ent to the %oods and cut a small pine tree Dad put it in a large
can filled with dirt and "\e decorated it "ith paper red and green circles. whichh %e pasted together
making a chain to rap around the tree. Then \e 4 children %ere read) for Santa Clause to come do% n
the chimney and leave a few gifts. Of course I was looking for a baby doll, which I still have under my'.
little lighted white tree, with lots of miniature dolls and bright lights. My joy.
Many thanks, Marjorie McGill Driggers- 91 years Historian.


The Christmas
Shoe Tree
Farm
Lake Butler Christian
Academy presents the Christmas
Shoe Tree Farm. All are invited
to join the adventures of LBCA's
"Secret Service" as they visitthd
Loggins unique Christmas Tree
Farm. The event' will be held
Thursday, Dec.. 20, at 7 p.m. at
the Lake Butler Church of God.


Parents Day
out set
If you are tired of not being
able to go Christmas shopping
or not being able to wrap your
child's Christmas gifts until late
at night, America's Students
Bettering Communities at UCHS
has a solution for you.
ASBC will be hosting a
parent's day out on Saturday,
Dee. 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
in the UCHS media center for
children 11 and under (babies
are welcome.) Qualified .and
responsible ASBC members
-and sponsors will be watching
your children. This will give you
. time to do whatever you need to
during your day out.
It is $10 (per child) for the
whole, day. That $10 will be put
towards your children's lunch,
snack, and crafts. All other
proceeds will be donated to the
Food Pantry to help families in
need.
If you planning to'participate
in 'parents day out, go by your
child's day care or school to pick
up a form and send it back with
your child (to their daycare or
school).
This form must be filled out
and, turned in by Wednesday,
Dec. 12, in order for your child
(children) to participate.
For more information you may
contact one of the following:
Terra Godwin 904-364-6540,
Haley'McRee: 904-239-0179 or
howellm@union.kl2.fl.us



United
Daughters
meet
The United Daughters of the
Confederacy Olustee chapter
will meet in .Lake City on
Saturday,.Dec. 17, at 5:15 p.m. at
the 'China Buffet located at 345
West Duval Street. The buffet
will" be served after the meeting.
The cost is $9 however the is
drink extra. Reservations are not
required. For more information
call Linda Williams at 352-215-
8776.


Dec. 21, from 6 to 8:30 p.m.
Register to win prizes including
a kindle fire with a $50 Amazon
gift card. All kids ages 10 and
under receive a goody bag and
small gift from Santa. Take
pictures with Santa for $6, play
carnival games, crafts, train.
ride, cupcake walk, karaoke,
entertainment and more. For
more information call 386-496-
2323 ext. 9227.


Big kRed
Christmas
Drive
The Big Red Christmas Drive
will be held on Saturday, Dec.
22, from 10 a.m. to noon at
the Hal Y. Maines community
center in Lake Butler. Families
in need of assistance for children
ages 2-12 are asked to bring
the child's social security card
or birth certificate and proof
of residency. Your child must
be with you. The Big Red
Christmas Drive is funded
through individuals who want
to provide a child in need with
a Christmas gift. Families are
asked to\consider their need
before attending so that those
in severe need will not do
without If anyone would like
to donate a gift, you can drop
it off at the office of the Union
County Times for pick up. The'
Times is not affiliated with the
program but. will contact the
appropriate individuals for pick-
up. Donations must be made
by Friday, Dec. 21. Monetary
donations can be mailed to PO
Box 151, Lake Butler 32054. For
questions or information email
bigredchristmasdrive@gmail.
com


UCHS class of
97' reunion set
The fifteen-year reunion for
the Union County High School
class of 1997 will be held on
Friday, Dec. 28, at Jax River
Cruises from 6 to 9 p.m. Contact
Wendy Burton Bird at 342-
509-1884 for more information
or visit the Facebook page cat
Facebook.com/UCHS 1997


Become a
mentor
The Take Stock in Children
program in Union County is
looking for new mentors to


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LBES would like to thank the Rotary Club of Lake Butler for the recent donation of nearly 250 student dictionaries to
our third grade students. Pictured with their books are, back row; 1-r, LBES Principal Stacey Rimes. District Superinten-
dent CarltonFaulk, Assistant Principal Christie Perez, Rotarians Tommy Spires, Jennie Reed, Russ.Wade, Ginny Bird,
Harvey Bax.ter, and Zack Smitli, and third grade teacher Channa Williams. Front row, I-r, Ethan Thonmas, Seth Tieken.
Aliyahn Suarez-Pascua.l, C.J. Freeman, Sierra Lackey'. Akira Jonas, Dillon Seay, Dylan Decueber, Mariahl Whitney, Pat-
rick GrahanL, Summer Bridges, Joseph Sandridge, Sierra Garland, miand Hayden Bucchi.


help change young lives ir
the community. Take Stock ir
Children in a statewide non-profil
organization and the Foundatior
for Florida Gateway College
serves as the lead 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 tQ succeed in
school. Mentors meet with their
mentees for 30 minutes ever)
week on the school campus
All it takes is a little time tc
make. a difference that will last
a lifetime. For more information
on Take Stock in Children
contact the program office a
386-754-4392 or mailto:antonia
robinson@fgc.edu.

Programs to
benefit Senior
Citizens of WS
Activity programs have beer
set at the' Worthington Springs
community center to benefit the
senior citizens of Worthingtor
Springs. Programs will be hekl
on Monday and Wednesdays
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A
variety of games are available
Non-expensive meals are alsc
available to help raise funds.


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5th Annual Rye Grass on Sale!
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extravaganza will be held at the 9-01' "2 sizes Available"
Lake Butler Hosoital on Friday, Located in PrOvidence
6-7- 2 2 mies w est of Lake Butler)
386-755.4328 (12 miles west of Lake Butler)


EAttorney at Law
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by SHINE on the Ist and 3rd
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


disabilities to understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SSHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity. :_


Medicaid counseling' sponsored seniors and persons with See Worth Noting page 6A_


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4 Fun for the Entire Family 4

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4 D Date: Friday, Dec. 21st 4
4, 'Time: 6:0oopm- 8:30pm Ii'
4 Location: Lake Butler Hospitaf 4
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I d Free small gift and goody bag from Santa for
A children ages 10 & under.

S0 Register to win free gifts including: Bicycle, 4
1 toys, games and more!
GRAND PRIZE: Kindle Fire w/$50 Amazon
4 gift card and accessories. 4

1 Train rides, karaoke, crafts, cupcake walk,
4 carnival games, & punt, pass, kick contest.

4 *Entertainment by Justine Rogers, Ryan Perez,
< and Sandy Watson 4

4 Enjoy free refreshments.

4 *i "Pictures with Santa for $6.

for More Info CaC (386) 496-2323 ext. 9227
4 Sponsored By: LAKE BUTLER HOSPITAL

New River Community
Health Care Center
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9th grade (Back row, l-r) Willie Rogers, Treyce Hersey, Lexi Whitehead, Kent Coburn,
Patrick Miller and Philip Brown. (Front row, l-r) Latia Jackson, Amanda Snyder, Andrea
Gaskins, Michael Rizer, McKenzie Mobley, Savannah Baggett and McKenzie Pilcher.


10th grade (Back row, l-r) Dylan Durrance, Garrett Norman and Travis Durrant. (Front,
row, l-r) Savannah Woodall, Abigayle Lahman, Madison Archer, Meagan Sellers,
Brandi Whitehead and Macy Adams. (Not pictured) Crysta Fairfield and Malory Lemay.


10th grade all A
Kelsey Thornton


12th grade below (Back
row, l-r) Caitlin Shealy,
Kelsey Harrison, Christine
Wight, Emily Akridge
and Stacy Norman.
(Front row, l-r) Jessica
Loznicka, Scarlett Mines,
Kierra Maxwell, Victoria
Whiteley, Tanner Lemay,
Halley McRee, Lesley
Barnes, Sarah Fischer,
Deana Parrish and
Destiny Elixson.


Below (l-r) Dustin Bielling,
Austin Thomas, Matt'
Brown, Sammy Budtrycki,
Shane Hendricks, Dalton
Townsend, James Brown
and Tim Estes. (Not
pictured) Clay Abraham,
Alexis Benefield, Lane
Bishop, Kelsey Brooker,
Megan Lahman, Chandler
Mann, Kamil Mazal,_
Danielle Pate, Marina
Rarios, Dana Seager and-
Gregory Tucker.


Morningstar
welcomes all.
Morningstar Baptist Church
invites everyone to come to
worship. The church is located
on C.R. 18, one half mile west
of S.R. 121 and the C.R. 18
intersection in Worthington
Springs. Sunday. school begins-
at 10 a,m., Sunday morning
worship begins at 11 a.m. and
Sunday evening worship begins
at 6 p.m. Wednesday evenings
there will be a covered dish meal
and fellowship at 6 p.m. Children
and adult bible study and prayer
at 7 p.m. For more information
contact 386-719-2148 or email
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Mennonite
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Santa Fe Mennonite Church
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Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and the 1st
and 3rd Sunday of each month
at 6 p.m. The church is located
at 4555 SW 107th Ave. Contact
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company corrupts good habits.'" If we associate with evil
people too long and too often, we will eventually adopt their
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UCHS A/B
honor roll
The Union County High
School first nine weeks A/B
honor roll students were:
S9t"h "grade: Nia Alexander,
Samuel Baker, Colby Brideman,
Kyle Clemons, Brittney
Cooper, Courtney Christine,
Hunter Crawford, Zachary
Crews, Katherine Deshong,
Christopher Driggers, Timya
Edmonds, Francisco Gomez,
Allie Hedman,' Honor IHines,
Sarah Holder, Kortney Jenkins,
Kinedy Johnson, Michelle
Johhson, Nicole Lanterman,
Jeffery LaPointe, Jamie
Loznicka, Shelby ,McDowell,
Billy Miller, Molly O'Steen,
Edward Padgett, Tara Parrish,
Cassity Phillips, Serena Roberts,
Meridth Schmidt, Krista Scott,
Carly Shaw, Emilee. Southwell,
Aaron Sowders, Dalton Teston,
Troy Underhill, Nolan Ward,
Ashante Warren, Emily West,,
Kymberlynn Williams, Wyatt
Williams, Madison Worth,
Ashlynn Vaughn, Morgan
Worrell, Katie Zipperer and
Jordan Zoltowski.
10"' grade: Kayla Andrews,
Rebecca Andrews, Kelsie,
Barrick, Keldric' Bradley,
Michael Bryant, Cody Church,'
Brittany. Cobley, Caleb Cox,
Taylor Crosby, Cayla Davis,
Gavin Drawdy, Kaleb DuBose,
Madison Ellis, Case Emerson-,
Brittany Gaylord, Samantha
Gillick, Jordan Gore, Kaytlynn
Grigsby, Stephanie Guadagnoli,
Brandon Haines, Joshua
Hedman, Antonio Hendrieth,
Christopher Hodgson, Shelby
Hopkins, Nicholas Horn, Kierstin
Jenkins, Ashley Johnson, Clyde
Kuczenska; Amanda Lahman,
'Natahja Lee, Tyler Lewis,
KuKoyi Lockett, Brianna Martin,
Ashley O'Steen, Alexa' Park,
Lane Parrish, Amanda Russell,
Brian Smith, Kelsie Smith;
Tristin Southerland, Trey Spitze,
Brittany Tucker, Nashantal
Walker, Thomas Webb, Chase
-Wilkerson, Patricia Will, Callie
Worthington and Shyla Young.
1 'h grade: Brandon Bell,
Jonathan Besso, Carolyn Black,
Randa Conner, Bradley Deshong,
Jordyn Driggers, Mitchell
Dukes, Daquin Edwards, Ashley
Feltnei, Robert Gartman, Conner
Gordon, Ericka Griffis, Jacob
Hedman, Christina Hernandez,
Luis Hernandez, Hannah Hicks,
Kendallyn ,. Johns, Lauren.,
Johnson, C61ton"Keel'ey, Haley
Libby, Iogan Morneau, Samuel
Nelson, Kayla Nettles, Corey
Palmer, Coutney Personette,
Peyton Powell, Shelbie Regar,
Michael Riggs, SpenceriShannon,
Nicholas Silcox, Dalton Sumner,
Katie Tricocci, Chance Vaughn,
Elizabeth Veals,. Ryan Ward,
Duke Waters, Beverly Westfall-
Jones, Paul Whitlow and
Danielle Willis.
'12" .-grade: Dylan Allen,.
Alanna Bell, Steven Bonesio,
Devin Boone, Mariah Bowen,
Kavia Bradley, Adam Casto,
Gary Cecil, Kyle Chaffin, Dylan
Clark, Chaton Croft, Yoshika
Dixson, Michael Ellis, Robert
SGockley, James' Griffis, Caitlyn
,Halle, Alex Hankins, Ashlyn
Harden, Jessica Hartley, Darci
Hendricks, Kristin Hodgson,
Ashley Holtzclaw, Leslie Horn,
Joe Kent, Troy Kite, Vanessa
Love, Amber Regar, Caroline
Rimes, Chelsea Roberts, Drayton
Shealy,. Tiandra Sirmones,
Ashley Smith, Kevin Thornton,
Justin Waters, Haylee West,
Brittney .Williams and Garrc"
Worth. "


Union

deputies:

16-year-

old struck

man with

fire poker



BY DAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor

Union' deputies arrested a
16-year-old after a family mem-
ber accused the boy of hitting
him in the head with a fire poker.
Brandon Lee Peacock was.
charged with aggravated assault
with a deadly weapon, Nov. 28."
According to a sheriff's office
report, the victim told the depu-
ty the assault followed an'argu-
ment between the two.
However a witness said the
victim choked the 16-year-old
before Peacock grabbed the pok-
er. The witness added that the
victim has a history of picking
on the boy.
When Deputy James B. Good-
win interviewed Peacock, the
accused told him the confrbonta-
tion arose because someone had
left an empty box on the kitchen
counter. He told the lawman that
he ran to the area of the fireplace
after the victim lunged at him
in the kitchen. He added that
the victim attempted to strike
him'around the fireplace and he
picked up the fire poker in re-
sponse.
The deputy wrote in a report
that the, witness corroborated
tnuch of the boy's story and add-
ed that the victim struck Peacock
in the eye and threatened to kill
him while he was choking him.
The victim denied choking or
striking Peacock.
The deputy wrote that this
type of incident has been occur-
ring for years inside the house;
several times in his presence.
According to Lt. Lyn Wil-
liams of _the'sheriff's office, the
victim, John Johnson, was also
arrested.
"Both parties were at fault,"
he wrote in an email, "and both
.-parties committed a criie."



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Tax Peed # 63-2012-TD-0002
Amended Notice of
Application for Tax Deed
NOTICE IS'HEREBY GIVEN, that
J R Davis 'the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number and year of issuance, the
description of the property, and the
names in which it was assessed
are as follows:,
CERTIFICATE #; 227
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
30-06-19-40-000-0170-0 '
LEGAL DESCRIPTION'
LOT 17, OF CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION, more particularly
described as follows: ,
A portion, of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 and a portion of
the North 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4, all lying in
Section 30, Township 6 South,
Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida, being more particularly
described as follows: ,
Commence at the Northeast corner
of said Section 30 and run thence
South 01 degrees 03' 43" East,
alon9 the East boundary of said
Section 30, a distance of 63.59 feet
to a point of the Southerly right of
way line of State Road No. 18 (100'
right of way); thence South 88
degrees 14' 08" West, along the
Southerly right of way line, 52.00
feet; thfience South 01 degrees 03'
43" East, parallel to said East
boundary, 1019.76 feet; thence
South 88 degrees 56' 17" West
40.86 feet; thence South 31
degrees 56' 17" West, 300.00 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING;
thence continue South 31 degrees
56' 17" West, 80.12 feet; thence
South 63 degrees 56' 17" West,
180.50 'feet; thence North 44
degrees 41' 36" West, 526.53 feet
to the center of a creek; thence
North 50 degrees 26' .19" East,
along the center of said creek,
250.50 feet; thence South -44
degrees 41' 36" East 543.31 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED;
DannyJoeGrigsby
Said property being in the County
of Union; State of Florida. Unless
'such certificate shall be'redeemed
according to the law the property
described in such certificate will be
sold.'to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M.,
the 21st day of December, 2012.
Dated thVs 26th day of November,
2012.
Regina H.'Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Unibn County, Florida
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reasonable accommodations to


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participate in this proceeding
should contact (3 86) 49.3711.
11/29 4tch P2/20-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO.
632012CAOOO017CAXXXX
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, AS TRUSTEE, ON
BEHALF OF THE HOLDERS OF
THE ASSET BACKED
SECURITIES CORPORATION
HOME EQUITY LOAN TRUST,
SERIES MO '2006-HE6 ASSET
BACKED PASS- THROUGH
CERTIFICATES, SERIES MO
2006-HE6,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANGELA BISHOP, et.al.
Defendant,
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated November 28,
2012 and entered in
632012CA000017CAXXXX of the
Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
Circuit in and for Union County,
Florida, wherein U.S. BANK
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
TRUSTEE, ON BEHALF OF THE
HOLDERS OF THE ASSET
BACKED SECURITIES
CORPORATION HOME EQUITY
LOAN TRUST, SERIES MO 2006-
HE6 ASSET BACKED PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES MO 2006-HE6, is the
Plaintiff and ANGELA BISHOP;
GREGORY WARD; KATHY
WARD; HOUSEHOLD FINANCE
CORPORATION 'III; RYAN'
BISHOP. UNKNOWN TENANTS;
CLAVIN GREGORY WARD;
BRANDI B. LOUGENBEEL A/K/A
BRANDI B. WILLIAMS are the
Defendants). Regina Parrish as the
Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to
the highest and best bidder for
cash the fr6nt Lobby, Union County
Courthouse 55 W; Main Street,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, at 11:00
AM on January 17, 2013, the
following described property as set
forth in said Final Judgment, to wit:
THE LAND REFERRED TO IN
THIS EXHIBIT IS 'LOCATED IN
THE COUNTY. OF UNION AND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN
DEED BOOK 223, AT PAGE 285,
AND- DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
A PART OF THE SOUTHWEST
1/4 OF SECTION 36 I TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTH, RANGE 19 EAST,
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT
10, WARDS SUBDIVISION,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK t, PAGE 27 OF THE
PUBLIC. RECORDS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA, ALSO BEING '
A POINT ON THE NORTH RIGHT
OF-WAY LINE OF BROWNING
ROBERTS ROAD; THENCE
NORTH ,03 DEGREES 22' 03"
WEST, ALONG THE EAST LINE
OF SAID WARDS SUBDIVISION,
A DISTANCE OF 637.52 FEET TO
A POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 03
DEGREES 22' 03" WEST,- A
DISTANCE OF 212.51; THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 17'02"
EAST. A DISTANCE OF 413.57


FEET; THENCE SOUTH 03
DEGREES 2203" EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 212.51 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
17'02" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
413.57 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING, CONTAINING 2
ACRES MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH THE RIGHT OF
INGRESS AND EGRESS OVER
AND ACROSS A 60.00 FOOT
EASEMENT BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT
10, WARDS SUBDIVISION
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
-THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE'27, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA THENCE
SOUTH 89 DEGREES 17'02"
ALONG THE NORTH RIGHT-OF-
WAY LINE OF BROWNING
ROBERTS' ROAD, A DISTANCE
OF 413. 51 FEETTO A POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE SOUTH 03
DEGREES 22'03" EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 850.03 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES
17' 02" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
60.15 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 03
DEGREES 22'03" EAST, A
DISTANCE OF 850.02 FEET;
THENCE NORTH 89 DEGREES
11' 02" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
0:15 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
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. ,
Dated this 29" day of November,
2012.
Regina Parrish
As Clerk of the Court
SBy: Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
"If you are a person with a disability
who needs any accorimodation in
order to participate in' this
proceeding, you are entitled, at no
cost to you, to'the provision' of
certain assistance. Please contact
Dominique March, Americans with
Disabilities Act Coordinator, Union
County Courthouse 55 West Main
Street, Room 103. Lake Butler,
Florida 32054; telephone number
(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.
Robertson, Anschutz & Schneid,
P.L.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3010 N. Military Trail, Suite 300,
Boca.Raton. FL 33431


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Telephone: 561-241-6901
Fax: 561-241-9181
12/6 2tchg 12/13-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2012-CA138
DIVISION:
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK &
TRUST CO OF ENID,
Plaintiff,
vs.
RONALD LEE THOMAS, etc. et
al.,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: Daphne N. Godwin, if living,
and if deceased,, her unknown
Spouse, heirs, devisees, grantees,.
creditors, and all other parties
claiming by, through, under Or
against her Residence(s):
Unknown
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that-an .action :
to foreclose a mortgage upon on
the following property in Union :
County, Florida: -
Exhibit A
Begin at-the NE corner of Lot 3 of
Odom Addition and Extend 110.
feet West; parallel to SE 2nd
Street; thence South 200 feet;
thence East 110 feet; and thence
North 200 feet to the point of
beginning.
All lying in the subdivision being
shown on Ensey's Map of the City
of Lake Butler, as F.P. Odom's
Addition, Plat Book 1, page 8, _
public records of Union County,
Florida also with Town Home Town'
Manor/T3241G8' 32 x 72
FLTHLCT3241 G-1726AB
Also described as a part of Lot 3,
of the Odom Addition to the City of
Lake Butler according to plat
thereof 'recorded in Plat Book 1,
page 8, public records of-Union:
County, Florida ..
has been filed against you and"
Ronald Lee Thomas; Capital One=
Bank, (USA), N.A., a corporation-,:.-:
Lake Butler Hospital, and you are
required to serve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to it on
LAWRENCE J. BERNARD,
ESQUIRE, Plaintiffs attorney,
whose address is 480 Busch Drive,
Jacksonville, Florida 32218, on or
before 30 days from the first date- _
of publication of this notice, and file-",
the original with the Clerk of this.
Court either before service, on-:.
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately1'"
thereafter; otherwise, a default will.::
be entered against you for the relief .
demanded in the complaint ,or.
petition. ,
.WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on the 11' day of
December, 2012.'.
Clerk of the Court '
Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk;.'
12/13 2tchg 12/20-UCT -*


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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, DEC. 13, 2012


Worth Noting School
Continued from Page 1A News ......


For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
5337.


Substitute
Teacher
training set
Tle Union County School
Board will be holding substitute
teacher orientation on Thursday,
Jan. 10. Training willbe held at
the Adult Education Building.
Attendance at this workshop
and a high school diploma or
GED is required in order to be
a substitute for, Union County
School Board, 2012-2013 school
year. After you have completed
training and the application
packet, you will also need to be
fingerprinted. The fingerprint
feelis $54.50.
Call theUnion County School
Board, Personnel Department
and ask for Pam Pittman at 386
496-2045 ext 230 or send an
e-mail to pittnmanp@union.kl2.
fl.us in order to 6pre register.


Elder Options
Board
members
SElder ,Options, a not-for-
profit- organization, is accepting
;applications to fill a vacancy
on. its Board of Directors.
Applicants must be a resident
'of Union County and should
,have an active interest in social
Sand nutrition programs for older
persons. .Members of the Board
-of Directors serve on a voluntary
-basis ':without pay. Interested
* persons should request an
application from Cindy Roberts
at 352-692-5260 or robertsc@
agingresources.org. Visit the
web site for more information
on Elder Options at www.
agingresources.org.


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
Sages 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.
SArea 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, studenils 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

Rotary meet
The Lake Butler Rotary meets
weekly on Tuesday, at 'nooni
at the First Christian Church.
Prospective members are invited
to attend. Lake 'Butler Rotary
is part of Rotary International.
For more information contact G.
Bird at 386-496-2526, or ask any
Rotarian.


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 Department


in Lake Butler. Bring a shovel
and a vehicle to transport the dirt
in. No equipment to move the
dirt will be allowed. After Jan.
1, the dirt will be moved from
the current location .and will no
longer be available.


Lake Butler Elementary
School
Last week's LB3ES Tiger Cub
names were: Tai Allen, Nolan
Beighley, lan Brannen, Hayden
Bucchi, Sahara Canada, Dalton
Croft, Jeremiah Denmark,
Holly Halfacre, Bailey Handley,
Billy Hinson, Morgan Hodges,
McKenzie Flick,. Rylan.
Jackson, Victor Jefferson, Macy
Malphurs, Jalisia' McMillan,
Abby Rainey, E'Shawna Rollins,
,Kaylee Romero, Sonny Sargent,
Jordan Shadd, Karlie Starling,


I


Lilee Swafford, Savanna
Tollefsrud and Kylee Williams.
There will be no after-school
tutoring during the week of Dec.
17,due to the upcoming holiday
break. After school tutoring will
resume on Monday, Jan. 7.
LBES would like to honor
the fourth grade students in
the 2012-2013 yearbook by
designating a special page to
show how much they've grown
over the past five years. All,
patents are asked to send a photo
of their child's first day.of school
(pre-k or kindergarten). Physical
copies are accepted and must
include the students first and last
name. The deadline to submit
the photos is on Friday, Dec. 21.


Original photos will be returned
to students however the photos
can also be emailed. For more
information contact, Yearbook
Coordinator Tammy Wilkerson
at 386-496-3047 or at
wilkersont@union.kl 2.fl:us
The newest 50-point book
club members are McKenzie
Clemons, Emily Davison, Jody
DuBose, Jocelyn Gibson, lan
Halfacre, Hance Jones, Brian
Kish, Peter .Merola, Elaine
Odomn, Jordan ,Sanderson, and
Ciara Woodall.
The newest 100-point bodk
club members are Maegan
Bcatty, Andrew Laux and Curran
Webb.
The newest 200-point book


club member is Jared Philbrick.'
Early release days are Dec. 12,
20 and 21. Christmas break is
Dec. 24 through Jan. 4.
Lake Butler Middle School
There will be a baseball
meeting in the cafeteria on
Tuesday, Dec. 18, at 2:40 p.m.
for 611h to 811 grade boys interested
in playing.

Union County High School
Friday, Dec. 14, is the deadline
for letterman jacket orders. The
cost is $125 (includes varsity
letter and inserts.) cash, checks
or credit cards accepted. Make
checks payable to Neff Comipany.
The full amount is due when


order is placed.
Friday, Dec. 21, is the last
day to buy yearbooks for $50.
Purchase at UCHS or at www.
community.pictavo:com
Project grad is collecting ink/
laser jet cartridges for mbney.
(Any brand or size) Put them
in a zip lock bag or wrapped in
newspaper and turn them into
the boxes at the high school. The
boxes are located in the front
office or the library.
There will be softball
conditioning on Mondays,
Tuesday and Thursdays through
Dec. 18 for any girls interested in
playing softball. Meet from 3:30
to 5:30 p.m. at the high school
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CRIME
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*IONllAL NEWS OBITUARIES
01j, EDITORIAL,,
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



Remembering loved ones with the help of 'friends'


* BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Snorts Editor


No one should have to handle
the death of a son or a daughter
alone.
That is the belief of Alice and
Jay Watts, and thanks to them,
people in 'Keystone Heights and
the surrounding' area lit candles
in honor of their deceased chil-
dren right along with people
around, the world as part of The
Compassionate Friends' 16th an-



Alice Watts,
who started
the Lake Area-
S Keystone
Heights
: Chapter of The
SCompassionate
SFriends with her
husband, Jay,
: lights one of
_ the five candles
S representing
,grief, courage,
Memories, love
and hope.


nual event on Dec. 9.
"For 24 hours around the
world, a candle is being lit for
a child who died way too soon
from any cause at any age,"
Mary Kramer said during the
Lake Area-Keystone Heights
Chapter ceremony, which was
held ,Dec. 9 at the Champion's
Heart Life Center in Keystone.
"Tonight, we remember our
loved children."
Kramer and her ,husband,


Chuck, who lost their daughter
Danielle, are currently the lead-
ers of the Lake Area-Keystone
Heights Chapter, but Mary
Kramer said the chapter owes
its existence to former leaders
Alice and Jay Watts, who estab-
lished it.
"None of us would be here
now if it wasn't for them,"
Kramer said as she presented the
couple with a plaque of appre-
ciation. "They're a wonderful
couple."
Alice Watts said her and her
husband's! daughter Debbie
had been deceased for 20 years
when the couple decided to take
on the task of creating a local
chapter of The Compassionate
Friends-a nonprofit organiza-
tion that exists to offer support,
friendship and understanding to
families who have experienced
the loss of a child or sibling of
any age from"any cause. Family
members asked Alice and Jay
Watts why they would want to
do such a thing when they had
those 20 years to move on from
their daughter's death.
"I said, 'If we can help one
person through this terrible time
in their life, it'll be worth,it," Al-
ice Watts said.,"I'm so glad we
started it."
The Dec. 9 ceremony featured
the lighting of five candles,


Mary and Chuck Kramer light a candle in honor of their deceased daughter, Danielle,
as daughter Lyn looks on.


which represented grief, cour-
age, memories, love and hope.
Alice and Jay Watts each lit a
candle, while the others were lit
by Larry Fosser, Gloria Moran
and Bernie Wetherington. Foss-
er lost a son named Allen, while
Moran lost a daughter named


Brianna. Wetherington lost a
daughter named Amanda. '
Chuck Kramer presented the
"Our Children Loved and Re-
membered" roll call, in which
he read aloud the names of the
deceased children of members
of the Lake Area-Keystone


Heights chapter. Those mem-
bers who were in attendance lit
candles when their children's
names were called.
Several members shared read-

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Brooks
completes
recrUit training

Marine Corps Pfc. John K.
Brooks, son of Diana and Frank
Swindell of Keystone Heights,
earned the title of United States
Marine after graduating from
recruit training at Marine Corps
Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C.
For 13. weeks, Brooks stayed
committed during some of the
world's most demanding,' entry-
level military training in order
to be transformed from civilian
to Marine instilled with pride,
discipline andthe core. values of
honor, courage and commitment.
Training subjects included close-
order drill, marksmanship with
aA M- 16A4 rifle, physical fitness,
martial arts, swimming, military
history, customs and courtesies.
One week prior to graduation,
Brooks endured the Crucible,
a 54-hour final test of recruits'
minds and bodies. Upon

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Community
shows great
.support of

Operation
.Christmas
'Child
-:Dear Editor:
With greatjoy, I write again this
.:year about Operation Christmas
.'-Child, an evangelistic outreach
:of Samaritah's Purse-3,667
-shoeboxes came in to the
-:Keystone Heights relay center foi
poor children around the world
-This increase of 541 shoeboxes
'.in a challenging economy reveals
--the love and sacrifice that is an
integral part of our Lake Area
:Region.
SThese simple gifts of small
toys, school supplies and hygiene
-items are now en route from th<
"Atlanta processing center to the
countries of Belize, Dominical
,Republic, Ecuador, Georgia
SIndia, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukrainl
i:and the African countries o
Gabon, Ghana, Madagascar an
^_Zimbabwe. My family serve"
r at the Atlanta processing center
over Thanksgiving weekend
where we helped to.set a record
:of processing over 110,001
shoeboxes in adayforthe country
Sof Dominican Republic.
: A big thank you goes. t(
.everyone who packed a shoebo
-.or in some way helped t(
promote this incredible. minister
-:of compassion to impoverished
'-children. This was my sixt
:year of-acting as the Keyston
' Heightsrelay center coordinator
"I am always thrilled to see
generous response by so many i
' our community.
SStores and restaurant
advertised .ith colorful posters
The Lake Region Monitc
Encouraged participation
' through articles and photos
Beall's Outlet donated counties
Numbers of empty shoeboxes t
7.wrap and pack. Red and gree
; decorative OCC shoeboxes (noi
'; known as Gospel Opportunities
:"were 'offered at Borinie'
"Pizza, Hedrick's Hair Salor
"Johnny's Bar-B-Q and Mallard'
" Dollarama tofill.
. Mcdonald's donated 1,20
:'! Happy Meal toys as filled
The Salvation Army donate
:.transformable teddy "'bear
wooden cars and trucks,and sock
- to multiply shoeboxes. Ladie
'.knitted hats and dolls, while
--men constructed wooden car
" The dental clinic in Green Coy
:-Springs at the health department
: gave toothbrushes, toothpasi
;-.?nd dental floss. Comfort In
-in Sanford gave 300 tubes c
toothpaste in gold boxes.
;" Johnny's Bar-B-Q' advertise
.1 Trinity Baptist Church as tl


?;,'relay center for shoebox drop
'off on its sign. Bryan's Ac
Hardware and Elixson Woo
-Products helped to transport 16
Heavy cartons of shoeboxes I
: the Gainesville collection center
Forty-two volunteers serve
to collect, count and cartoniz
the shoeboxes at the relay center
over eight days. Rising to the tc
were the 35 churches, three civ:
groups, four schools and fou
families who sacrificially packed
: the 3,667 shoeboxes. Teary-eye
Stestimonies were ,shared of ho
: shoebox goals were reached ar
sqsurpassed. "Considerate donor


completion, recruits are presented
the Marine Corps emblem and
called Marines for the first time.
Brooks is a 2011 graduate RIGHT: Brad-
of Interlacheq, High School. ford FFA mem-
bers (1-r) Lainie
Rodgers, Alexis
Shealey and
Light Up Tr
Kristapher
Crosby Lake James help
Ronald Mc-
Cemetery set Donald House
Charities of
for Dec. 20 Jacksonville
.get ready for
The second annual Light Up Christmas. BE-
Crosby Lake Cemetery ceremony LOW: Rodgers
will be held Thursday, Dec. 20, and Shealey do
at 6 p.m. some decorat-
Luminaries can be purchased ingd.
for $10 each through First United
Methodist Church of Starke (200
N. Walnut St.) or by visiting the
church website, www.firstumc..
cc.
All proceeds will benefit
the Crosby Lake" Cemetery
Association. 3 .


you did an incredible job,' You
have made a difference in the
lives of 3,667-boys and girls.
This year we tried to pray for
each groip bringing in shoeboxes
to the relay center. Circles were
formed, hands were held and
eyes were closed. Invariably,
tears were shed as donors' hearts
were touched by the scope of
this ministry. Our global world
has enabled us to touch the lives,
of those in. desperate need of
love and hope., The simple gift
of a shoebox is indeed such a
treasure.
Not enough thanks can be
given to the Lake Area Region
for .your sacrificial giving, of
shoeboxes. We have been the
s hands of Jesus in giving these
wonderful gifts. Pray for the
h children who will receive our
7 shoeboxes. Research shows that
e one shoebox touches the lives
r of 10 people. If this'is true, we
have impacted 36,667 people.
s Just imagine smiling faces and
s twinkling eyes as the children
Star open their shoeboxes..
a This year is special as
Operation Christmas. Child
I reached 100million shoeboxes
e since the project began in 1993.
e My husband, Jeff, and I will be
e traveling for our first time to
.n India in January'20 3.3,Duringthis
la trip, we will visit Manishaa girl
e who received one of our family's
)f shoeboxes in 2008. I think it
d will be a very heartwarming
Encounter. Look for a report from
r us in February.
d, Merry Christmas.
d Until our next shoebox season
0 in 2013,
y Diane Michel
Keystone Heights relay center
o coordinator
x Operation Christmas Child


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, Several Bradford FFA
members and their adviser, Mr.
Shaw, recently visited and toured
the Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Jacksonville. Their
main purpose while there, was
assisting the house to get ready
for the holidays by setting up and
decorating Christmas trees to be


enjoyed by the families who are
staying at the house while their
loved ones are battling cancer.
This is one of several
community-service activities
FFAmembers are participating in.
WrittenandsubmittedbyAlexis
Shealey and Lainie Rodgers.


VeRonica Owens and Peter
Penrod

Owens, Penrod
to wed New
Year's Eve
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B.
Owens of Keystone Heights,
Florida, joyfully announce the
engagement of their daughter,
VeRonica Raquel Owens, to
Peter Lawrence Penrod of
Tallahassee, Florida, son of
Doctor James C. Penrod of
Mexico Beach, Florida, and Ms.
Shannon A. Lynch of Cape San'
Bias, Florida.


SPRING CLASS SCHEIJULE, 203


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Ms.Owensisthegranddaughter
of Mrs. Frances C. Duty and
the late Mr. Earnest P. Duly of
Cedar Bluff, Virginia, and the
late Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow W.
Owens of Haysi, Virginia. Ms.
Owens graduated cum laude
from Florida State University
and earned her Juris. Doctorate
degree from Florida Coastal
School of Law. Ms. Owens
serves as an Administrative Law
Judge for the State of Florida
and practices law privately in
Keystone Heights, Florida.
Mr. Penrod is the grandson
of Mrs. Jean Penrod'and the late
Mr. Charles Penrod of Mexico
Beach, Florida, and the late Mr.
and Mrs. Geoffrey B. Lynch of
Monticello, Florida. Mr. Penrod
studied criminology at the
University of Florida and earned
his Juris Doctorate degree
from Florida Coastal School of
Law. Mr. Penrod serves as the
Assistant General Counsel for
the Department of Economic
Opportunity for the. State of
Florida in Tallahassee, Florida.
Invitations will be mailed for
the New Year's Eve wedding in
Abingdon, Virginia.


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Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
SThe following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay. (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
todd Allen, 19, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Dec. 10 by
Clay deputies for lewd and las-
civious battery.
William Owen Allan Alva-
Srez, 22, of Keystone Heights
was arrested Dec. 4 by Bradford
deputies for dealing in stolen
property, larceny, simple assault
and burglary. Bond was set at
$31,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
S Jeffrey Christopher Andrews,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
\ \Dec. 8 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
SHeather Nicole Arthur, 23,
was arrested Dec. 4 by Starke
police for aggravated stalking.
She was released Dec. 4.
Rebecca Barber, 45, of Law-
tey was'arrested Dec. 9 by Clay
deputies for retail theft.
Jerry Ray Benefield, 38', of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 6 by
-Union deputies for a probation
violation.
SVirginia May Bleichner, 60,
ff Newberry was arrested Dec.
8 by Union deputies for larceny.
SJonathan Brooker, 22, of Key-
Stone Heights was arrested Dec.
4 by Clay deputies for two pro-
bation violations.
Myra J. Burchell, 42, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 9 by
Union deputies for resisting an
officer, disturbing the peace and
disorderly conduct.
SEmery Harlan Butner, 68, of
Newberry was arrested Dec. 9
by Union deputies for larceny.
Shandah. Michelle Crawford,
38, of Starke was arrested Dec'.
9 by Bradford deputies for driv-
ing with a suspended, revoked
or expired license. Bond was set


at $5,000 and she was released
Dec. 9.
Jeffry Curtis, 58, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Dec. 10 by
Clay deputies for domestic bat-
tery and violating an injunction
for protection.
Joseph Lee Davis, 26, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 5 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $500 and he was re-
leased Dec. 5.
David, Jacob Fox, 26, of
Tampa was arrested Dec. 6 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Dec. 6.
Martha Manuela Fernandez,
43, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 8 by Union deputies for
disorderly intoxication.
Brian Marceli Francisco, 18,
of West Lawn, Pa. was arrested
Dec. 10 by Starke police for pos-
session of liquor by an under-
aged person. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Dec.
10.
Chad J. Freeman, 20, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Dec.
4 by.Bradford deputies for two
counts of fraud. Bond was set


at $10,000 and he was released
Dec. 11.
Chad Freeman, 20, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Dec.
4 by Clay deputies for providing
false verification to a pawnshop
owner.
Kerry Grant Gibson, 47, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec. 5
by Union deputies for failure to
appear.
Nicole David Glattli, 47, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 8 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Dec. 8.
Christopher Gordon Green,
31, of Jacksonville was arrested,
Dec. 5 by Union deputies for
three counts of larceny.
Donte Devray Howard, 19,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 4
by Starke police for trespassing.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released Dec. 4.
Faith Ann Jewell, 39, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 4 by
Starke police for a probation
violation. She remained in jail at
press time.
Taurean Tivon Keel, 24, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec. 8


by Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license and possession
of marijuana. Bond was set at
$4,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Antonio Antwayn Lott, 19, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 4 by
Starke police for two counts of
resisting an officer and disturb-
ing the peace. Bond was set at
$3,000 and he remained in jail at
press time.
Mary Marshall, 59, of Mel-
rose was arrested Dec. 7 by Clay
deputies for a probation viola-
tion.
Kenneth Arnett Merriwether,
25, of Starke was arrested Dec. 5
by Bradford deputies for assault,
robbery of the residence and re-
sisting an officer. Bond was set
at $100,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Margaret Marie Oneal, 43, of
Hampton was arrested Dec. 9 by
Starke police for possession of
drug equipment. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
Dec. 10..
Pamela Padgett, 55, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 9 by Clay dep-
uties for retail theft.


Darrell Glenn Perry, 33, of
Hampton was arrested Dec. 8
by Bradford deputies for driv-
ing with a suspended, revoked
or expired license. Bond was set
at $3,000 and he was released
Dec. 9.
Mildred Elizabeth Pope, 22,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 5 by Union deputies for
trespassing.
Loy Readdick, 25, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 9 by Clay
deputies for petit theft.
Vera J. Rogers, 56, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 7 by Starke
police for possession of drugs
and selling cocaine. Bond was
set at $35,000 and she was re-
leased Dec. 7.
Patrick Wayne Sanders, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec. 8
by Union deputies for a proba-
tion violation.
Ashley Nicole Smith, 29, of
Keystone Heights was Dec. 7


by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of cocaine. Bond was set
at $5,000 and she was released
Dec. 8.
Brannon L. Smith, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 6 by
Union deputies for trespassing..
Jamie Renee Stevenson, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec..9
by Union deputies for trespass-
ing, battery and resisting an-of-
ficer.
Latesha R. Wanton, 33, of
Melrose was arrested Dec. 7 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and she was released Dec. 7.
Matthew Waters, 22, Key-
stone Heights was arrested Dec..
6 by Clay deputies for a proba-
tion violation.
Astrid Leonard Watkins, 38,
of Lake Butlerwas arrested Dec.,
6 by Union deputies for disor-
derly intoxication.


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Natalie and Mark Bickford light a candle in
remembrance of their son Mark Bickford Jr.


Larry Fosser lights the
last of the five candles.
Also lighting candles were
Alice Watts, Jay Watts,
Gloria Moran and Bernie
Wetherington.
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presents a
plaque of ap-
preciation to
Alice and Jay
Watts, former "
chapter lead-
ers. Alice and
Jay Watts start-
ed the local
chapter of The
Compassionate
Friends.



FRIENDS
Continued from 1B

ings prior to the lighting of can-
dies. Mark Bickford, who lost a
son in Mark Jr., read about the
joy of watching a little boy's in-
teraction with his father and the
"rare" affection a father and son
share.
"Fond memories are made this
way with blessings from above,
so treasure every moment; be
generous with your love," Bick-
ford said.
Wayne Wetherington, the
husband of Bemrnie' Wether-
ington, shared a reading about
life's plans with a loved one,
how those plans can change, the
struggles to adapt to that change
and the new purpose brought
about because of that change.
Wetherington also read the
Rudyard Kipling poem "If,"
sharing the story of Kipling's
son afterward. Kipling's only
son, Jack, wanted to serve in the
military during World War I,
but he had poor eyesight. Weth-
erington said Kipling "pulled a
few strings and got (his son) into
the military. A short time later,
after (his son) had become an of-
ficer, (Kipling) found out he had
died on the fields of France in
World War I."
Dianne Gill, who lost a son
named Joey, read "The Next
Place," which was written by
Warren Hanson. Hanson writes
about -how the next place he
goes will be without darkness,
and how he won't be tall or fat,
ahnd his skin won't be light or
dark. He.won't be a boy or a girl,
or a man or a woman. He will
be without flaw and will simply
be "me."
!The latter part of Hanson's
work describes how there is noth-
ing he collected in life he would
want to take with him to the next
place-nothing but "the love
of, those who loved me and the
warmth of those who cared... I'll
never be alone. I'll be embraced
by all the family and friends I've
eyer known. Although I might'
.not see their faces, all our hearts
will beat as one, and the circle
o4our spirits will sine brighter
than the sun.
-"' I will cherish all the friend-
ship I was fortunate to find, all
love and all the laughter in the
place I leave behind. All these
good things will go with me.
They will make my spirit glow,
and that light will shine forever
In the next place that I go."
Gill said she read "The Next
Place" because it seemed appro-
-)riate.
:"I can't help but think (Han-
sbn) must have lost somebody
that he really loved, too, because
he pegged it on how they must
be living now," Gill said. "It
gave me great comfort and sol-
ace to think this way."
-,The evening was emotional,
of course, but Mary Kramer
expressed her hope at the be-
ginning of the ceremony that it
would be more than a somber af-
fair. In fact, she nixed her origi-
nal intention of wearing black
- for just that reason.
:"I went out special and got
this red, festive shirt so we could
celebrate and remember our
children," she said. "I'm sure
there will be some tears, but I
hope there will, be more smiles
than tears."
Members of The Compassion-


ate Friends do have fun togeth-
er,.Kramer said later during the
ceremony. She said if strangers
walked into one of the group's
monthly meetings, they might
think they were in the wrong
place because of the "laughing
andjoking" among members.
The Lake Area-Keystone
Heights Chapter of The Com-
passionate Friends meets the
second Monday of each month
(except December) at 7 p.m. in
the Potter House behind Trinity
Baptist Church in Keystone.
The Compassionate Friends'
credo is: "We need not walk
alone. We are The Compassion-
ate Friends. We reach out to
each other with love, with un-
derstanding and with hope.
"Our children have died at
all ages and from many differ-
ent causes, buit bur love fdr bur
children unites"us.'Your pain be-


comes my pain just as your'hope
becomes my hope. We come
together from all walks of life,
from many different circum-
stances.
"We are a unique family be-
cause we represent many races
and creeds. We are young, and
we are old. Some of us are far
along in our grief, but others
still feel a grief so fresh and so
intensely painful that we feel
* helpless and see no hope. Some
of us have found our faith, to be
a source of strength; some of us
are struggling to find answers.
Some of us are angry, filled with
guilt or in deep depression; oth-
ers radiate an inner peace. But
whatever pain we bring to this
gathering of The Compassionate
Friends, it is pain we will share
just as we share with each other
our love'for bur children.
"We aremalrseeking and strug-


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Frederick Arnold
MELROSE- Frederick "Fred"
Burt Arnold of Melrose, 86, passed
away on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012.
Mr. Arnold was born in Sarasota,
on Aug. 14, 1926, to P.T. Dix
and Susan Hullinger. Arnold. He
graduated from P.K. Yonge High
School in Gainesville; served in
.the Pacific during World War II
with the U.S. Navy; and was one of
the first graduates of the real estate
degree program from the College of
Business, University of Florida. He
founded Arnold Realty Company
of Gainesville Inc. and operated it
for more than 50 years, for the last
25 years devoted exclusively to
appraisal services. He was among
the first licenrised mortgage brokers in
Florida. Among other professional
activities, Mr. Arnold served as
president of the Gainesville Board of
Realtors and held various leadership
positions with the National
Association' of Realtors, including
national director. He was also active
in many local service organizations
such as the Exchange Club:
Mr. Arnold was preceded in
death by: his wife of 51 years,
Marie Ann Merwin Arnold. He is
survived by: his wife, Beverly A.
Shea, of Melrose; a sister, Dr. L.
Rose Arnold of Melrose; daughter,
Susan A. Kubota and husband
SHide Kubota bf Gainesville; son,
Charles F. Arnold and wife,, Dr.
Jane F. Arnold, of Tampa; stepson,
Franklin S. King and wife.Megan;
grandchildren, Tyson, A. Kubota
and Eyan.A. Kubota of New York,
Sand Alison Marie Arnold of Tampa;
step grandson Tristan M. King; and
step granddaughter, Morgan King
of Interlachen.
A funeral service was held at the
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home on
Dec. 8 in the chapel.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to,
Nature Coast Hospice of Palatka,
6721 Crill Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Fbr further information, call
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home
Downtown at 352-376-7556.
PAID OBITUARY




of
Scottie Lynn Woodall


February 11, 1970-
December 13,2011
I have fought the good
fight, I have finiShed the
race, I have kept the faith.
2 Timothy 4:7,,
Praising God for the
legacy offaith,
commitment, service and
love you have left behind.
Your memory will forever
be in out hearts.


'Julian Hall, Jr.


Julian Hall, Jr.
MELROSE-Julian Alton
"Al" Hall Jr.,'65, of Melrose, died
Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, at Ha-
ven Hospice in Gainesville. He was
bomrn in Jacksonville Nov. 24,1947,
to Julian and Madeline Hall. He was.
a 1965 graduate of Gainesville High
School and earned a journalism de-
gree from the University of Florida.
He servedin the U.S. Army and
was a Vietnan',eteran. He was a re-.
porter for the Ocala Star-Banner and
the Gainesville Sun. He also worked
with Chuck Sapp survey company
and others.
Hall was preceded in death by:
parents, Julian and Madeline Hall
of Melrose; sister, June S. Gor-
don of Gainesville. He is survived
by: brother, Steve (Mary) Hall of
Gainesville; and brother-in-law,
Stan Gordon of Gainesville.
Cremation will be handled by
Moving Funeral Home. Al did not
wish to have a service. A gathering
will be held at Chiappini's in Mel-
rose at a later date.

Phyllis Huggins
STA RKE- Phyllis Elizabeth
Huggins, 67, of Starke, died Thurs-
day, Dec. 6, 2012, at Shands UF
in Gainesville. She was-born April
1945 to Claude R. and Edna (McK-
inney) Prevatt in Gainesville. She
lived in Starke' from 1953 until
1962, and returned to the' area in
1967. She had been.a member of
First.Christian Church. .
Mrs. Huggins is survived by: her
husband of 44 years, Tommy Hug-
gins; sons, Jason (Holly) Huggins of
Starke and Wade (Renee) Huggins
of Brooker; mother, Edna Prevatt;
sisters, Barbara Henderson of Ocala
and Jackie Williams of Big Ping
Key; and four grandchildren.
There was a viewing and visi-
tation on Dec. 8 in the DeWitt C.
Jones chapel, of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral. Home in Starke. No other
services are scheduled. The family
Requests that memorial donations be
made in Huggins' memory to the
American Red Cross to assist fami-.
lies affected by Superstorm Sandy:
www.redcross.org/support/donat-
ing-fundraising/donations.
Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral.Home of Starke.

Billy Jacobs
LAWTEY-After battling an ex-
tended illness, Billy Bob Jacobs of
Lawtey w,ent home to 'be with his
Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Sat-
urday, Dec. 8, 2012. He was loved
more than words can describe and
will be greatly missed by all who


knew him.
Billy Bob was born on Oct. 23,
1982, in Fort Knox, Ky. He was
employed with the Department of
Corrections in 2008 when he was
diagnosed with leukemia.
Survivors include: his fiance,
Brittney Padgett; her parents,
Charlie and Janet Padgett, and her
grandmothers,. Alma Padgett and
Bernice Duncan, all of Lawtey;
Billy's mother and father, Fred and.
Lucy Jacobs of Ocoee; one brother,
Danny Jacobs of Orlando; and his
very best friend, Marcus DeFelice
of Palm Bay.
A memorial service was held:
Dec. 12 at Evergreen Baptist Church
in Lawtey.
PAID OBITUARY


Tammy Johns

Tammy Johns
Tammy Renee Richards-Johns,
47, a lifelong resident of Union
and Bradford counties passed away
Dec.. 9, 2012, while visiting friends
in Georgia. She was born in Starke
on Feb. 23, 1965, to the late Stan-
ley Richards and Joan Starling-
Richards. Tammy was of the 3Bap-
tist faith and loved being outdoors.
She particularly enjoyed going fish-
ing and being at the beach. Tammy
was preceded in death by her father,
Stanley Richards.
She is survived by; her loving
children, Catie Johns and Kaylen
Johns, both of Lake Butler; step-
daughter, Brittney Johns of Lake
Butler; her mother, Joan Rich-
ards of Starke; her brothers, Don-
ald (Shirley) Spencer and Johnny
(Tammy) Spencer of Starke; sister,
Joanie (fiance Mike Johnson) Dug-
ger of Starke; her grandson, Cason
Vaughn; the father of her children,
David Johns, and his parents, Eu-
gene "Papa" and Jackie Johns'of
Lake Butler; and numerous nieces,
nephews and friends.
Graveside services will be held
on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 11 a.m.
at-Crosby Lake Cemetery with Dr.
Frank Starling and Dr. Marty Star-
ling officiating. The family will re-
ceive friends on Wednesday, Dec.
12, from 6-8 p,m. at the funeral
home. In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
assist with expenses. Arrangements
are under the care and direction of
Archie Tanner Funeral Services of
Starke (904-964-5757). Visit www.
archietannerfuneralservices.com to
sign the family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


maternal grandparents, Lloyd and
Janice Webb'of Hampton; paternal
great-grandfather; Joe Johnson of
Lawtey.
Funeral services were held Dec.
11 in the chapelof Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. Caleb's
grandfather Lloyd Webb conducted
the service. Interment followed at
Crosby Lake Cemetery in Starke.
Contributions to help with the fu-
neral expenses can be made at Vys-
tar Credit Union-in Starke, where an
account has been set up.


Beatrice Scott

Beatrice Scott
LAWTEY--Beatrice Manning
Scott died Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012,
at her residence in Lawtey. Born
on Oct. 3, 1916, Mrs. Scott was of
the Christian faith and a member of
Mt. Zion AME Church. She is sur-
vived by: sonts, John Scott and Jim-
mie Scott, both of Lawtey; and 18
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Saturday, Dec.'15, at Mt. Zion AME
Church at 12:00 noon with Rev. Ka-
netta C. Carter, eulogist, and Bishop
Billy Baskins, presiding. Cemetery.
services will be held at Peetsville
Cemetery in Lawtey following the
funeral service. Family viewing
will be held on Friday, Dec. 14, at
the Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel
at Haile Funeral Home Inc. (802 N.
Oak St., Starke) at 4 p.m.-5 p.m.,
and for friends at 5 p.m-7 D.mi.
There will also be a viewing one
hour prior to the funeral service.


Ella Baumann
MELROSE-Illa Gertrude
Adelheid Baumann, 91, of Melrose
died Thursday, Dec. 6, 2012, at her
residence. She was born on Dec. 25,
1920, in Meesow, Germany, to the
late Erich and Johanna (Krueger)
Braun and moved to Melrose four
years ago from Germany. She was
a Lutheran by faith, but attended
Trinity Baptist Church.
Prior to retirement, she was a pro-
fessronal seamstress, worked as a
nurse in Germany for the Red Cross
during the war, and, after the war,
took care of her neighbors.
She was preceded in death by: her
husbands, Otto Kirchhoff and Karl-
Heinz Baumann; son, Walter Bau-
mann; and son-in-law Chuck Willis.
She is survived by: daughters Kitty
Willis and Hannelor Gulbeault, all
of Melrose; eight grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.,
Memorial .services were. held on
Dec. 10 at Trinity Baptist Church
in Keystone Heights with Pastor
Scott Stanland officiating. In lieu of
flowers, contribution may be made
to Haven Hospice, 6400 St. Johns
Ave., Palatka, FL 32173. Arrange-
ments are by Jones-Gallagher Fu-
neral Home in Keystone Heights.


Isaac Simmons
STARKE- Isaac B.- Simmons,
81, of Starke, died on Sunday, Dec.
9, 2012, at Haven Hospice of Lake
City after an illness.
Visitation for family and friends
will be from 6-7:30 p.m. on Friday,
Dec. 14, at Mizell Funeral Home
(365 N.W.' Washington St., Lake
City).
Funeral services will be held Sat-
urday,Dec. 15,at New Hope Baptist
Church (1662 Old Lawtey Road)
at 11 a.m. Interment will follow at
Waldo Community Cemetery. Miz-
ell Funeral Home of Lake City is in.
charge of the arrangements.

Myrtice Teate,
STARKE-Myrtice Barrett Teate,
93, of Starke died at her home on
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012. She was
born in Cedar Town, Ga., on Aug.
28, 1919, to the late Winston E. and
Annie E. (Peek) Barrett. Prior to
Teate moving to Starke 16 years ago
from Young Harris, Ga., she was a
member of the hospital ladies auxil-
iary in Hiwassee, Ga. She was also
a homemaker and a member of First
Baptist Church of Starke.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, Jacob William Teate
Jr. She is survived by: daughter,
Patti (Don) Priest of Lake Asbury;
son, Gary (Donna) Teate of Starke;
sister, Mary Ann Parker of Newnan,
Ga.; five grandchildren; four step
grandchildren; and 15 great-grand-
children.
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were held on Dec. 7 at First Baptist
Church of Starke with Rev. Jer-
emy Crawford officiating. Burial
followed at Jacksonville Memory
Gardens in Orange Park. In lieu of
flowers, the family has requested
that contributions be made to First
Baptist Church of Starke, 163 W.
Jefferson St., Starke, FL 32091, or
Haven Hospice, 4200 N.W. 90"'
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606. Ar-
rangements are by Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home in Starke.

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Saturday, Dec. 15, at 2 p.m. for
Mary M. Wilkerson, 86, formerly of
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Union students don't let health problems stand in way of life


SBY CLIFF SMELLY
Regional News/Sports Editor
To those who don't know them
very well, Union County High
School students Tiffany Gaskins
arid Chelsea Kaser would appear
to be no different from the
average teenager, but that says a
lot about their, mindset and their
approach to life.
Gaskins, a senior, could be
dealing with excruciating pain at
any moment due to a condition
in which her kidneys produce too
much calcium and form stones.
Kaser, a junior, has a history of
seizures.
Yet by looking at them, one
would not suspect they're lifting
the heavy burden of dealing
with health issues and hospital
visits and stays. The only lifting
they do is with the school's
weightlifting team.
"No matter what, we always
carry a smile on our faces, and
we bring smiles to other people,"
Kaser said.
- In fact, the most likely place
to see any visible signs of
frustration from either student
is the weight room. They do not
like .being limited by what they
can do because of their health.
"Last year, I cleaned and
jerked 115 (pounds)," said
Gaskins, who is in her second
year on the weightlifting team.
"(This past Nov. 27), I wasn't
really have that great of a day. I
tried to clean 95, and I could not.
get it at all."
Kaser, who is in her first on
the weightlifting team, said, "It
gets so frustrating. I'm a girl,
so I'm really emotional. It'll get
so frustrating I'll start crying.
I know I can (lift) more. I just


physically can't."
Giving up, though, is not an
option for a couple of students
who want nothing more than
to do what they want to do and
enjoy being teenagers. That's
why Kaser went from not really


wanting to subject other people
to her seizures to embracing the
chances she has to hang out with.
friends.
"I don't want to put my
friends through this," she said,
"but I don't want to go a lifetime


without friends. I want to be able
to have fun and live the teenage
life."
For Kaser, it all began when
she was in seventh grade when
she had a seizure,though doctors
did not believe that she had hadl


a seizure. Rather, they described
it as a panic attack. In fact, any
seizure up until her ninth-grade
year was referred to as such,
which had Kaser convinced that
doctors weren't really listening
to her, She knew her body well


enough to know she wasn't
having: panic attacks.
"I wanted help," she said. "I
wanted to be back to my normal
self again, but nobody was there
See LIFE, 2C


McDonald's-
Kiwanis
tournament
returns to BHS
Dec. 20-22
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Seven teams will join the
Bradford boys' basketball team
on its home court Thursday
through Saturday, Dec. 20-22,
for the fourth annual Lake Area
McDonald's Christmas Tour-
Snament, hosted by the Kiwanis
Club of Starke.
Bradford head coach Traavis
Chandler had a desire to see the
boice-annual Kiwanis tournament
return. He played in the tourna-
ment as a player for Bradford and
worked with the Kiwanis Club in
his first year as head coach in
2009 in brining the tournament
back after a six-year absence.
"Each year, we receive more
and more requests and comply,
ments on how well organized our
tournament is," Chandler said.
"That's a testament to the hard
work tiiat our Kiwanis Club of
Starke puts into this annual event.
We can't say enough*about how
much they do for not only-us, but
the entire community."
Joining Bradford in this year's
tournament, which has a daily
.admission of $5, are Matanzas,
Mount Dora, P,.K. Yonge, Pot-
ter's House Christian, Union
County and two out-of-state
teams: Landmark Christian from
fairburn, Ga., and Holy Cross
from New Orleans.
"We have a.competitive field
of teams, and we look 'forward
,to the challenge of competing
'for the 2012 Kiwanis champion-
ship trophy," Chandler said. "We
look forward to seeing the com-
munity out to support us."
Play begins on Thursday,.Dec.
20, with Landmark Christian and
Mount Dora playing at 4 p.m.
Holy Cross and Potter's House
Christian will play at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by P.K. Yonge against
Union County at 7 p.m. and
Bradford against Matanzas at
8:30 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 21, the losers
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Who did it? That's what Shakira Mitchell (standing) is trying to figure out. She plays
a police officer In this exercise, while the supsects are (1-r) Morgan Bradley, Terrance
James and Albany Mosley.


Oh, it is

important...

Bradford Middle School
students learning about
DNA in their science
classes received a
forensics demonstration,
courtesy of Mark Lowery
of the Starke Police
Department, on how DNA
can be useful In solving
crimes. RIGHT: Markayla
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plastic during a scenario
in which a crime must be
solved by identifying bite
marks.


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him a little taste of his own medicine. ABOVE RIGHT: Zoey Fulton takes her turn at
playing a police officer, examining evidence while the real police officer looks on.


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forensics demonstration at Bradford Middle School.


LIFE
ContinLbed from 1C

-(to help)'."
Approximately a year and a
:half ago, the seizures became
-'more frequent, occurring four to
: five times a week, Kaser said.
-: Eventually, doctors admitted
-Kaser was having seizures,
'though the reason why is
-unknown. Some think there's
"a. problem with her brain-an
;MRI showed a line on herbraiA,.
;,though a neurologist said that
:.was nothing to worry about-
.while others think the seizures
"are caused from factors such as
stress.-
SKaser said a seizure normally
lasts 20 to 25 minutes, though
she has had a five-minute seizure
;as well as one that lasted an hour
and a half.
"Usually, when I come back
4to and realize what's going on,
I'm either on the floor or on my
j-bed," Kaser said. "Obviously,
looking around I'll know, 'Hey,
I just had a seizure,' but I can't
"speak. I can't move my hands.
'It gets to me because it's like
.if I want something, I have to
' motion to it with my eyes for the
first 30 minutes." /
SKaser is also living with a heart
-;murmur, which was discovered
'shortly after her first seizure.
'They told me it really wasn't
'going to bother me too much,"
Kaser said of the heart murmur.
"My heart was either going to be-
a little too fast or a little too slow,
"but I would have to learn how to
regulate my own breathing."
Gaskins has had heart issues
as well, which have apparently


Chelsea Kaser (left) and Tiffany Gaskins don't let
health problems stand in the way of their activity of
choice-weightlifting.


been causing her to pass out.
Faintipg episodes began a couple
of months ago, Gaskins said,
which eventually led to having
an EKG done and visiting a
cardiologist after that.
Going back even further,
Gaskins had her own issues with
seizures-something her mother
and her grandmother have both
experienced as well. However, it
has been a while since Gaskins
has had one.
What is bothering Gaskins the
most right now is the problem
with her kidneys producing too
much calcium.
"That's been going on for like
two or three years," she said.


"When it started, they didn't
think it was my kidneys. At first,
they thought it was my ovaries,
that lhad cysts on my ovaries."
However, testing for ovarian
cysts, proved to be negative,
as did colonoscopy tests to
determine if anything was wrong
with Gaskins' bowels.
Gaskins developed a bad case
of pyelonephritis, which is an
infection of the kidneys. She
experienced flank pain and had
a fever of 104.9. The episode
left her with scarring on her
kidneys.
"After that, I started having
kidney stones," Gaskins said.
The pain Gaskins experiences


is sometimes so bad she has tQ
go to the hospital. Recently, she
spent a week in the hospital, ahd
has spent as much as five weeks
there.
"Usually, when I go, all they
can do is give me fluids and
stuff, and send. me back home,"
she said.
Gaskins said she cannot
handle strong pain medication,
having to rely only on ibuprofen
or Tylenol.
Pain is just a part of her life.
"It's likean everyday thing
now," Gaskips siid.'l "I cannot go
a day without my back hurting:;
It's gotten to where it's normal. I
do not know what it's like to not
have flank pain at all."
Kaser, like Gaskins, has just
come to accept the fact that
having seizures is a part of
everyday life. '
"That's something I've got to
live with, so it's normal to me,"
Kaser said. "Having seizures is
part of me."
What Kaser -and Gaskins
don't, accept is that they have
to refrain from lives filled with
activity, Doctors have- advised
the two against taking part in
certain activities, but they want
-to do the things they enjoy, such
as participating on the UCHS
weightlifting team.
"I really wasn't supposed to
Sbe doing weightlifting," Gaskins
said. '"They can tell me that all
they want. I'm still going to do
it."
Kaser said, "I sat and thought
about what the worst outcome
could be, but if I'm going to get
hurt, I'm going to get hurt doing
something I love to do."
Bryan Griffis, who is the


UCHS girls' weightlifting coach,
said he was concerned last year
when Gaskins wanted to be a
part of the team'. He talked to
Gaskins' mother, Salina Gaskins,
and asked her, "Are you sure you
want her to lift?" The response
was, "Yes. She wants to lift. I'm
not going to hold her back front
anything she wants todo."
Gaskins and Kaser have both
impressed Griffis with their work
ethics, Whereas some girls would
neverconsider weightlifting as an
extracurricular activity, Gaskins
and Kaser have. embraced Oit
despite their health issues.
"If you could get every girl in
there to have that kind of desire
and to want .to succeed and
win, like they do, you'd have a
champion weightlifting team
every year," Griffis said.
Along with desire, there's also
faith. Both students admitted
the future scares them, because
they don't know what's in store


for them, yet they both convey a
confidence that things will work
out.
"Right before I started
practicing weightlifting, I started
going to church,"' Kaser said. "I
feel like God, put me here fora
reason, and He's pushing me to
do weightlifting for a reason."'
SKaser and Gaskins both
said their mothers-Maliha
Nemesh and Salina Gaskins,
respectively- have helped them
through the ups and downs 's
well, bu upt, aft extends
from beyond the. walls of their
homes. Gaskins said Griffis jis
like a father who takes all of the
weightlifters under his wing. In
fact, the weightlifting team is
a big family, Gaskins.said, and
Kaser agreed.
"We love to see everybody in
(the weight room)," Kaser said.
"When someone's not there, it's
kind of like an awful day for ev-
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River Rats Tigers move to
baseball team 2-0 in District 7


Holding tryouts
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Bradford girls
stay unbeaten
in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Snorts Editor


Nyasia Davis grabbed 14
rebounds and scored 14 points,
while Wilisha Griner had a team-
high 20 points as the Bradford
girls' basketball team easily
improved to 5-0 in District 5-4A,
defeating Fort White 63-39 on
Dec..4 in Fort White.
The Tornadoes (5-2 overall
prior to Dec. 10) got 11 points
from Quanisha Allen, who also
had four steals. Taquandra Diggs
lad four steals as well, while
Tracey Kemp led the team with
six..
SKemp also had a team-leading
six assists.
> Bradord played' Baker County
this :past Monday and will travel
Co play district opponent Williston
on Friday, Dec. 14,at 6 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 17, the
Tornadoes host Eastside at 7:30
p.m.

Score by Quarter
.BHS: 14 20 7 22-63
FWHS: 7 8 12 12-39
.Bradford scoring '(63): Allen
.11, Davis 14, Diggs 6, Griner 20,
;;Kemp 9, Sheffield 3. 3-point-
-ers: Allen, Griner, Kemp 2. Free
throws: 7-17.

-.Tornadoes
-suffer 1st
toss inm boys'
basketball'
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
S: Regional News/Sports Editor
: In a battle of unbeaten teams
in District 5-4A, .it was host
SFort White that came out on top,
defeating the Bradford boys'
basketball team 71-64 on Dec. 7
'in Fort White.,
Bradford (4-1,2-1 in District 5)
took a 49-48 lead into the fourth
j quarter, thanks to a 3-pointer,
by Deantre Burch. Fort White,
hough, put together a 10-0 run
in the -fourth to overtake the
.Tornadoes.
SFort White, which defeated
district opponent Keystone
*Heights -this past Monday, is
:now 4-0 in the district and 6-0
...%Overall.
Brian Walton led theTornadoes
vith 23 points, while Burch
finished with 14. Justin McBride,
,who had seven points, blocked
ilour shots and grabbed nine
reboundss .
SThe Tornadoes played Ed
-White this past Tuesday and will
"travel to play district opponent.
:Williston on Friday, Dec. 14, at
"7:30 p.m.
S On Tuesday, Dec. 18, Bradford
hosts Gainesville at 7:30.

Score by Quarter
BHS: 14 13 22 15-64
FWHS: 12 14 22 23-71

Bradford scoring (64): Aldridge
4, Ardley 6, Burch 14, Grimsley 4,
Hampton 4, Jones 2, McBride 7,
Walton 23. 3-poInters: Grimsley,
Walton, Burch 2. Free throws:
6-10.


After an 0-3 start against
District 5-4A opponents, the
KeystoneHeightsgirls'basketball
team has now won two straight
district games, including a 51-44
win over visiting Fort White on
Dec. 10.
The Indians (5-4,2-3 in District.
5) trailed by two at the half, but
outscored Fort White" 17-11 in
the third quarter.
Tara Shobris led Keystone
with 19 points, while Caiylen
Gonzales and Hannah Hamilton
scored 10 each. Hamilton added
eight rebounds and six assists.
Madyson Maxwell grabbed a
team-high 16 rebounds,
Keystone played Ridgeview
this past Tuesday and will travel
to Ponte Vedra to play Nease on
Monday, Dec. 17, at 6 p.m.

Score by Quarter


FWHS:
KHHS:


6 14 11 13-44
11 7 17 16-51


Keystone scoring (51): Born
1, Gonzales 10, Hamilton 10,
Maxwell 5, Moore 2, Shobris
19, Strassberger 5. 3-pointers:
Hamilton, Shobris 2. Free
throws: 15-27.
Earlier results:
Santa Fe 36 KH 33


Visiting Santa Fe outscored
the Indians 13-7 in the fourth
quarter in a 36-33 district loss on
Dec. 4.
, Gonzales led Keystone with
15 points.

Score by Quarter
.SFHS: 7 7 9 13-36
KHHS: 6 10 10 7-33
Keystone scoring (36): Born
6, Gonzales 15, Maxwell 6,
Strassberger 4, Zinkel 2. Free
throws: 7-15.
KH 41 Interlachen 12
Keystone held district oppo-
nent Interlachen to three points'
in the first half en route to a 41-
12 win on Dec. 7.
Shobris scored 12 points and
grabbed 12 rebounds, while Hol-
ly Strassberger had nine points,
five rebounds and four steals.


BY CLIFI SMELLEY
Regional NVws/Syorts Editor
Keldric Bradley and Shaimea
Maeweather scored a combined
57 points for the Union County
boys' basketball team in its 74-60
win over District 7-1A opponent
Baldwin on Dec. 6 in Baldwin.
Maeweather scored 32
points and had four assists and
four steals for the Tigers, who
improved to 2-0 against district
opponents. Bradley scored 25
points and had eight rebounds,
eight steals and fiye assists.
Princeton Alexander added
nine points for Union, while Carl
Alexander had seven rebounds.
Geordyn Green had four steals.
Union (3-4 overall) played
Keystone Heights this past
Tuesday and will host district
opponent Chiefland on Thursday,
Dec: 13, at 7:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec: 18, the
Tigers will host district opponent
Dixie County at 7:30 p.m.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 19 25 17 13-74
BHS: 18 19 14 9-60
Union scoring (74): P. Alexander
9, Bradley 25, Dukes 2, Green
6, Maeweather 32. 3-pointers:
Maeweather 2, Alexander &3 Free
throws: 13-19.
Earlier result:
UC 76 Newberry 67
The Tigers outscored host
Newberry 35-23 in the first half
en route to a 76-67 district win
on Dec. 4. .
Bradley and Maeweather
scored 32 and 20 points,
respectively. Maeweather,
Princeton Alexander and Austin
Dukes each had nine rebounds.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 17 18 23 18-76
NHS: 9 14 14 30-67

Union scoring (76): C. Alexan-
der 2, P.. Alexander 5, Bradley
32, Dukes 3\Green 1, Jackson 2,
Keller 5, Maeweather 20, Mosher
2, Myles 5, Paige 2. 3-pointers:
P. Alexander, Maeweather. Free
throws: 9-11
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Keystone
girls defeat
Fort White for
district win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


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Keystone scoring (41): Born
2, Golembiewski 2, Gonzales 5,
MadysonMaxwell4MiriahMaxwell
2, Shobris 12, Strassberger 9,
Winters 5. 3-pointers:. Shobris,
Strassberger, Winters. Free
throws: 6-13.
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each scored seven points, while
Roberts had seven rebounds.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 4 6 3
NHS: 16 12 19


7-20
5-52


Union scoring (20): Cobb 7,
Jackson 7, Jenkins 1, Slocum
2, Walsh 3. 3-pointers: Cobb,
Jackson 2. Free throws: 3-8.
UC 48 Baldwin 45
Three players scored in double
figures as the'Tigers picked up
their first win of the season, de-
feating district opponent Baldwin
48-45 on Dec. 6 in Baldwin.
Jenkins led the Tigers with 14
points, while also adding nine
rebounds, seven assists and six
steals. Jones scored 11 points
and grabbed 17 rebounds, while
Cobb had 10 points and six re-
bounds.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 11 .12 ,15-48
BHS: 7 8 13 17-45

Union scoring (48): Cobb 10,
Jenkins 14, Jones 11, Roberts 8,
Walsh 5. Free throws: 6-23.

Keystone
lifters lose


Union oirls fall close match


short of 2nd
win in a row
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


It was close to a second straight
win for the Union County girls'
basketball team, but the Tigers
were outscored 28-15 in the
second half of a 53-46 loss to
visiting Williston on Dec..10.
Teyona Jenkins scored 18
points for the Tigers (1-5 prior to
Dec. 11), while Keyambre Cobb
and Janisha Jones each scored
nine. Jenkins also had 10 steals
and four assists, while Jones had
10 rebounds.
Chelsea Roberts had eight
rebounds for Union, while
Courtney Walsh had four assists.
Union played Oak Hall this
past Tuesday. and will host
District 7- 1A opponent Chiefland
on Thursday, Dec. 13, at 6 p.m.
'The Tigers travel t&6 Lake City
to play Columbia on Monday,
Dec. 17,at7p.m. before returning
home to'play district opponent
Dixie County on Tuesday, Dec.
18, at 6 p.m.
Union is currently 1:1 against
district opponents.


Score by Quarter
WHS: 15 10 10 18-53
UCHS: 17' 14 3 12-46
Union scoring (46): Cobb 9,
Jackson 5, Jenkins 18, Jones 9,
Roberts 4, Walsh 1. 3-pointers:
Cobb, Jackson. Free throws:
12-24.

Earlier results:
Newberry 52 UC 20
/ The Tigers played their first
district game against Newber-
ry-last season's state runner-
up-on Dec. 4, losing 52-20 in
Newberry.
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Six lifters were absent due to
their involvement in other school-
related activities and dual-enroll-
ment requirements, but the Key-
stone Heights girls' weightlifting
team still came close to getting a
winlosing 44-41 to Palatka on
Nov. 29 in Keystone.
Five lifters.,won their respec-
tive weight classes: Blair Graff


in the 101-pound class with a
95-pound total (50-pound bench
press, 45-pound clean and jerk),
Jealyn Miller in the 110 class
with a 225 total (110, 115), Tay-
lor Jewett in the 183 class with
a 190 total (85, 105), Ashley
Louden in the 199 class with a
S185 total (105, 80) and Heather
Fitts in the unlimited class with a
275 total (150, 125).
Earning second-place finish-
es for Keystone Were: Juliana
Kramer in the 101 class with a
70 total (30,40), Kayla Baker in
the 119 class with a 160 total (75,
85), Sami Jo Anderson in the 199
class with a 175 total (95, 80)
and Emily Petrie in the unlimited
class with a 145 total (80,65).
Four lifters earned third-place
finishes: Julia Sorano in the 110
class with a 175 total (100, 75),
Calee Harrison in the 119 class
with a 145 total (70,75), Jolene
Miller in the 139 class with a 150
total (75, 75) and Katrina Ses-
sions in the 154 class with a 195
total (90, 105).

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7-0 in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
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Hedding on four goals in the
Keystone Heights boys' soccer
team's 8-0 win over District 5-2A
opponent Newberry on Dec. 10
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The Indians (1'0-l-1) scored
four goals in the first 12 minutes
in improving to7-0againstdistrict
opponents. Hedding scored three
of those goals-all off of assists
from Grimaldo. Grimaldo scored
the other goal on an assist from
Wyatt Graziano.
Graziano-off of 'an assist
from Brandon Hannah-and
Matt Crane each scored a goal in
the first half as Keystone built a
7-0 lead.
Grimaldo scored the last goal
in the 58th minute.
It was the second straight win
for Keystone, which saw its
undefeated streak end in a 3-1
loss to Fernandina Beach on Dec.
4 in Keystone.
The Indians bounced back with
a 6-1 district win over Fort White
on Dec. 6 in Keystone. Hedding
and Logan Stanley each scored
two goals, while Graziano and
Grimaldo each scored one.
Crane and Graziano had two
assists each. Nacho Grimaldo
had one assist.
Keystone hosts P.K. Yonge
on Thursday, Dec. 13, before
traveling to Gainesville to play
St. Francis on Friday, Dec. 14.
Both matches are scheduled for
7 p.m.
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Keystone girls defeat

Bradford 7-1 in district match


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Anjalena Beasley and Hannah
Crane scored two goals each to
help the Keystone Heights girls'
soccer team to a 7-1 District


5-2A win ovei'visiting Bradford
on Dec. 11.
It was the 10th straight win
for the Indians (10-1-2), who
improved to 10-0-1 against
district opponents.


Bradford's Hannah Hildebran
became just the second district
player to score a goal on
Keystone this season. In 11
district matches, the Indians
have outscored their opponents
by a combined score of 72-2.
Crane scored both of her
goals in the first eight minutes,
receiving assists from Morgan
Gibbs and Taryn Davis. Rachel
Lee scored a goal off of a
Christina Brantley assist before
Beasley scored the first of her
two goals.
The Indians scored three goals
in the last four minutes of the half
to go up 7-0. Beasley scored off
of an assist by Madison Colaw.
Colaw then recorded another
assist on a goal by Moriah
Combass before scoring herself
on an assist from Davis.
SBradford,which is still seeking
a win this season, avoided the
shutout when Hildebran scored
in the 51st minute.
Keystone hosts district
opponent P.K. Yonge on


Anjalena
Beasley (left),
who scored'two
of Keystone's
goals, dribbles
the ball past
Bradford's
Kristen Cook.
The Indians
Improved to
10-0-1 In District,
5-2A with the 7-1
victory.


Thursday, Dec. 13, at 5 p.m.
The Indians then host district
opponent Williston on Friday,
Dec. 14, at 6 p.m.
On Monday,Dec. 17,Keystone
hosts Middleburg at 4 p.m.
Bradford travels to play
district opponent Newberry on
Dec. 13 at 6 p.m. The Tornadoes
then return home to play district
opponent Fort White on Dec. 17
at 6 p.m.


RIGHT:
Bradford's
Hannah
Hildebran
pushes the
ball upfield.
BELOW:
Raychel
Trimble takes
a shot between
Bradford
players Rachel
Ricker (left)
and Kelsey
Yates.


ABOVE:
Keystone's
Raychel Trimble
makes a play on
the ball while
Bradford's
Kelsey Yates
looks on.
LEFT: Bradford
goalie Kristie
Yates punts the
ball. BELOW:
Keystone's
Moriah Combass
(left) and
Bradford's
Kelsey Yates
converge on the
ball.


TOURNEY'
Continued from 1C

of the Landmark-Mount Dora
and P.K. Yonge-Union games-
.will play at 4 p.m., followed by
the losers of the other two games
at 5:30 p.m. The Landmark-
Mount Dora and Holy Cross-
SPotter's House winners will play
at 7 p.m., followed by the P.K.
Yonge-Union and Bradford-Ma-
S-ianzas winners at 8:30 p.m.
The Saturday, Dec. 22, sched-
Sule will consist of the seventh-
Splace game at 4 p.m., the fifth-
place game at 5:30 p.m., the
:third-place game at 7 p.m. and


the championship game at 8:30
p.m.
Gainesville won last year's
tournament, defeating St. Mary's
Parrish of Annapolis, Md., 56-
40. Gainesville won each of its
.tournament games by an aver-
age of 16 points, defeating St.
Augustine and Broach 61-45
and 56-39, respectively, prior to
playing St. Mary's.
Gainesville's Ed Porter was
named tournament MVP. Por-
ter's teammate Isaiah Jackson
joined him on the all-tournament
team.
The rest of the all-tournament
team consisted of Bradford's
Justin McBride and St. Mary's


players Jake Brundin and Tevin
Johnson.
Bradford opened last year's
tournament with a 49-44 win
over Union, but, had to settle for
fourth place after losses to St.
Mary's (56-52) and the Broach
School (53-40).
Union bounced back from last
year's first-round loss to Bra'-
ford, defeating Baldwin 49-44.
The'Tigers, though, finished in
sixth place after losing 65-41 to


St. Augustine.
In 2009, Williston defeated
Bradford 63-42 for the tourna-
ment championship, though Wil-
liston would later have to forfeit
that win and others because of
the use of an ineligible player.
Bradford won the tournament
championship in 2010, defeating
First Coast 76-71.
Union played in the 2010 tour-
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For Rent
'NICE CLEAN heat and air
conditioned rooms. W/D
kitchen privileges. Share
a bathroom $250/mo.
private bathroom $500/
mo. Not far from Starke
and Gainesville. Call 352-
275-4712. Robbin please
call me. .
WONDERFUL and spacious
' apt homes for lease in
downtown Lake Butler
with easy freeway ac-
cess. We have a very
limited number of spa-
cious 3BR/2.5BA with
over 1,800 sq ft or select
one of our incredible 2BR/
2.5BA with over 1,600 sq.
.ft: These homes have
fantastic kitchens, HUGE
bedrooms and luxurious
baths. Lease the won-
derful 3BR for $950/mo.
or the incredible 2BR for
$815/mo. Call (352) 505-
2385 today before they
are GONE..
KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/
1BA SWMH/with addi-
tion. 1 acre fenced, paved
road. $525/mo. first, last,
sec. 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MI-t, 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.
VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT. on lake. For informa-
tion call 352-473-7769.
Senior citizen discount.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Island kitchen,
Granite counters, tile
floors, gas-fireplace,
4acuzzi 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.
BEAUITFUL 1/BR APT. in
Melrose. $600/mo. in-
cludes utilities, plus de-
posit. Service animals
only, no smoking. 352-
475-3486.
LIVE IN THE COUNTRY.
14 X60 MOBILE HOME.
2BR/1BA. CH/A, very
clean. $300 deposit,
$550/mo. Call 904-782-
3380 or 904-451-5236.
2BR/2 FULL BATH DW
MH, partly furnished, total
refurbished, nestled in the
wood on Santa Fe River,
Worthington Springs. Very
private, service animals
only, $650/month. Call
386-496-2030.
CLEAN 3BR/2BA. CH/A,
good location. $600/mo,
first and last month rent.
904-964-3595.
2BR/1.5BA, Mobile Home,


in Starke. $450/mo. First,
last, deposit. 904-964-
6569 or cell 904-364-
7731. ,
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mg. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
473-0464.
TRAILER 2BR/1BA, near
prison. CH/A. $450/mo.
$450 deposit. Call 904-
964-8025, leave mes-
sage.
2B/2BAon 2 acres. Country
Living Estates, Melrose.
Rent $595/m. 770-617-
3850.
LARGE 1BR/1BA, house
$525 per month, HWY.
301 N., two miles south
of Lawtey, .FPL cheap
utilities, fenced yard, 1st
& last. 3- 6 month lease,
904-769-6020.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 3
BR/2BA. DW close to
,town, walk to school.
$550/mo. plus deposit.
Ca1ll352-475-6260.
AFFORDABLY ATTRAC-
TIVE. This two bedroom
two bath mobile home
offers in town Keystone
location, fenced yard,
private parking, eat in
kitchen, large living room,
washer and dryer and
more. Annual lease
$495./month rent and
$595./ security deposit.
Call for appointment 352-
258-3898 Jodi Carroll
3BR/2BA Fla. room, garage,
big yard. 1403 E Call St.
Starke. $750/mo. plus
deposit. Apply at 904-964-
8073 or 904-545-6096.
2BR Upstairs apartment,'
downtown Starke. $450/
mo. plus deposit, etc Call
904-364-9022.
STARKE, 2BR/1.5BA SW
outside city limits, CH/
A. $475/mo. plus $400
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.
SARATOGA HEIGHTS,
house for rent. 3BR/2BA.
CH/A. 1st, last, security
deposit. $650/mo. service
animals only./904-964-
5356.
COUNTRY HOME for rent.
3BR/1BA. CH/A. on 2
acres, 1 acre fenced.
1st, last, security deposit.
$650/mo. 904-964-5356.
2BR/1Ba MOBILE HOME
in Hampton Lake area.
Water and garbage in-
cluded. $450/mo.. Call
352-468-3510.
3BR/2BA Double wide..
fenced yard, big kitchen.
Between Lake Butler and
Starke. $300 deposit,
$750/mo. Call 904-263-
3999 or 904-305-8287.
51
Lost/Found
REWARD, for the Informa-
tion or return of a green
Honda 300X 4x4, that
.-was taken on Dec 7in
or 8Tih Irom my snea Call
904-964-7397 with Infor-
mation.
52
Animals and
Pets
WE BUY farm animals. Call
904-838-8069 or 904-
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Yard Sales
FRI. SAT. 8AM.-3PM. Hwy.
16W. Corner of 200th. St.
first hou e on right. Rain
or shine. Tools, fishing
gear, camping gear, heat-
es, air compressor, misc.
Cash only.
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Fri. Sat. 9am.-? 5394 NW.
216th Street (Crawford
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crafts, shoes, luggage,
collectibles,Christmas
decor, furniture, kitchen
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3pm. 17598 NE. 28th
Ave. Starke. Rain or shine
inside barn. Children's
and adult clothes, toys,
Christmas decorations,
ceramics, dishes, and
much more, We also have
48". fans, and some 36"
fans and Incubator (1920
chicken eggs).,
COMMUNITY yard sale and
BBQ BENEFIT (all BBQ
proceeds for Zeik) Sat.
8am.-? Reddog Hwy 301
S. of Starke. Lots of tools,
toys, baby stuff, electron-
ics, etc. Any donations?
drop off at Reddog. For
information call 904-207-
S5666 or 904-964-7798.
'SAT. ONLY 8am.-12. 301 to
Market Rd. follow signs. 2
treadmills (1 new 1 used)
Wii in box, sewing table,
SChristmas 'decorations,
girls toys, girls clothing
size.4, household and odd
& ends, VHS tapes, dolls
of all kinds.
FRI. SAT. 9AM.-3PM, Griffis
Loop. To many items to
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Sales
',YARD SALE, Fri. Sat.'9am.-
3pm. 5615 Lassen St.
Keystone Heights. Rain or
shjne. Household goods,
tables, chairs, tools, sport
cards,
FRI. SAT. 9am.-12 noon.
6491 Loch Lommond Dr.
Keystone Heights. Crafts,
collectibles, shop local for.
Christmas.
HUGE GARAGE SALE,
Fri. Sat. Sun: 7364 Yale
St. (High ridge entrance
off 214,1st house on left)
many new items.
FIR. SAT. SUN. 8am.? 7472
Antietam Ave. Keystone.
Winter clothes: coats,
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Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
$100 each for Florida li-
cense plates from Union
County that begin with
the number 63 for years
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6,48,49,50,54, and 65.
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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 seelll paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in,
Starke, call .(904)769-
S3608 or (813)431-6084.

MTD 38" cut riding mower
with utility trailer. Runs
good $400 for .both Call
352/468/2860.
CRAFTSMAN Rotary lawn
mower. 6.5 horsepower,
22" side discharge. Runs
good. $125. Call 352-
468-2860.

Entertainment unit, very
nice, blond, 71 inches
high, 4-feet wide, 31 x
37 TV 125$ firm. 352-
473-9094.
ITEMS FOR SALE, Bow
Flex $375, lift chair $100.
Call 904-964-4802.
ITEMS FOR SALE, stand
.up tanning bed, new
bulbs $650, 80 gal. syrup
kettle cast iron $800,
2 six burner cast iron
cook stoves $650 each.


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53 Ford Jubilee Tractor,
$1,600, 175 lb. anvil late
1800's $600, cast iron
wash pots different sizes
Hunting bow with case
$200, 1997 Alum 3 horse
slant horse trailer, $6,800.
2 cast iron scalding kettles
$450 each, 1920's 4 string
banjo $225, 2,000 board
ft cedar 8'x4 and 10"x4
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59
Personal
Services
DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide Certified."
Call 386-496-1062.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood &'sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144.
POSITION WANTED: Care-
giver in your home. 25+
years experience. Lots of
TLC, light housekeeping.
Non smoker. Call Helen
352-473-7845. Cell 352-
478-1948.
UPHOLSTERY, slipcovers,
drapery, blinds, shades,
shutters. References,
professional work, top
quality material. 904-298-
3310.27 years experi-
ence, samples provided.

65
Help Wanted
RN;. PTand OT needed in
Keystone Heights/ Mid-
dleburg area with at least
S2 years experience. For
home care. Call Sharon
Kuiper, RN, DON (904)


448-1133 call M-F 9-4.
SECRETARY for property
preservationist needed,
computer knowledge a
must. Send resume to
chad.willhite@att.net or
fax 352-473-0094.
AUTO MECHANIC needed. '
Call JB at 1-904-553-
1063.
UNION County Public Li- ,
brary job opening Chil-
dren's Library Assistant.-
Part time $8.50 hr. Must"
be able to work flexible
hours. High school gradu-
ate, at least 18 years old. :
Some post-high school-.
preferred. Apply in person:
SMon-Fri. 9am-5pm at UCQ'.
Public Library 250 SE 5th
Ave Lake Butler. Applica-
tions will be accepted until"
December 14th, 2012 or(:.
until position is filled. .
IMMEDIATE opening Prop-,
erty Preservationist and,
trash out crews. Must:
have own equipment,
and experience. Must be.,
dependable. 352-319-,
9751. ';-
Processor needed. Detail
oriented, computer work.'
Must be self motivated:
and a quick learner. Must:
be dependable. No smok--
ing. Keystone Heights.
area 352-318-9751. *"'.
CHRISTIAN HAIR STYLIST.
preferred, for The Wright:
Cut. Call Wendy @ 904.
964-5994.

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Crappie
fishing~
After Ilanksgiving and
approaching the Christmas
Holidays, the local crappie bite
:continues to be the main target
for local fishermen. Joey) Tyson
''of Keystone Heights' Bald Eagle
:Bait and Tackle tells us that
good catches are coming out of
Santa Fe, Magnolia, Lowery and
;Hampton lakes. Cody Douglas
is, aware of at least two good
catches of specks from Palestine
in Union County,
* The crappie bite in Kingsley
continues to lag the other lakes
:due to the lake depth and water
Pcrarity, but it is on record. J.T.
SPrevatt aridTownsend Strickland
:have been able to land a few, but
both describe the bite as weak
and the size 4s mixed. Likewise,
the crappie bite in that lake will
probably % outlast the lakes that
opened earlier.
For those %ho enjoy nature
correlations, it has been noted
that the speck bite started this
:year right about the same time
that robins arrived 'from their"


summer homes in the north.
Local fishermen use a variety
of techniques in fishing for the
,i-, 1, They will readily take
them on a variety of artificial
baits that are presented by
trolling, casting or drifting.
Tyson indicates the three most
popular artificial seem to be
Hal Flies, R6n's Zip'Jigs and
Road Runners. Additionally,
'some people find small,I hard
baits effective as well.
Just as popular and effective,
if not more so, is the' use of
live bait, which most often
is commercially purchased
Missouri' minnows. The
minnows are most often used on
bare hooks, although they can
be supplemental to jigs. Unlike
the presentation methods of
the artificial baits noted above,
the minnows are most often
still fished over structure or
drifted over a wider area. When
drifting, they can be free lined
or fished under bobbers, which
are frequently rigged in a slip
fashion.
For those who will be crappie
fishing with live bait,. the


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from a variety of sources
regarding bait maintenance:,
1. Use a holding tank (live
well) with insulation to prevent
wide swings in the temperature.
2. Round tanks prevent the
minnows from huddling i'n
corners and elevating stress.
S3. Minnows will generally
come in plastic bags with water.
Place the bag in your holding
tank water until the temperatures
of both have equalized.
4. Do not use water with
chlorine such as city water.
5. .Cool water holds more'
oxygen. Add ice in moderation
but place it in a bottle to prevent
contamination from melted city
water or create dramatic swings
in temperature.
6. Use an aerator to add
oxygen to the water. Do. not use
one with a submersible motor
because it will heat the tank
water.
7. Use a dip net. Your hands
will contaminate the water ,and
remove the minnow's protective
slime..
8. As much as possible,avoid


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erratic movements that will
damage the protective minnow
slime or scales.
9. Surface' foam is an
indication that the water is in
bad shape. Foam is most often
caused by excess ammonia,
caused,by fish waste. The foam
prevents oxygen 'from mixing
with the water. Some commercial
chemicals will remove the foam,
but the best solution is to change
at least one h.,il' ,F the water.
S10.Commercial chemicals
are readily 'available that
will neutralize chlorine from
city water or ammonia from
urine: Additionally, they will
stimulate natural slime and
harden the minnow's scales and
eliminate foam as noted above.
When leftover minnows are
held in a holding tank at your
home, water quality becomes
more important. Remember
that foam is' an indication that
the water quality is not in good
shape. If a change in water is
not accommodating, you might
consider putting a filter on your
tank. They are available at most.
pet stores.
Bass Fishermen are reminded
that the only December Florida
Bass Network Tournament will
be held this Saturday, Dec. 15,
at Sampson Lake. If anyone
would like to participate,
requirements and registration
are available online at vxww.
floridabassnetwork.com.
Thefirstday of this publication
(Wednesday, Dec. 12) will be
the last day' before the new
moon on Dec. 13. The major
feeding times will occur at noon
and midnight when the moon is
overhead and underfoot, anrid the
minor feeding times wi)l occur at
dawn and dusk when the moon
and sun are on the same horizon.
Those feeding times on the new
moon and for several before and
after should be exceptionally
actie times for fish and game.
Subsequent to the new moon's
active feeding times, however,
will experienceawadxingcrescent
phase where the feeding activity
will gradually lose ,momentum
until Thursday, Dec.'20, when it
will again begin to rebuild.
Hunt safely and keep your
lines tight until next week.


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David Powell killed this 7-pointer while hunting a
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Jake Whitehead, 14, killed this 8-pointer on Dec. 8
on Whitehead Farm. The deer weighed 164 pounds.
Whitehead is the sone of Jerry and Tammy Whitehead,
and is an avid hunter.


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