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THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 2012


100TH YEAR -34TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


i,. Deputies: Lake Butler bank robber caught


Worth ]

Notin

Early deadline
due to Holiday
The offices of the Bradford
County Telegraph, Lake Region
Monitor and Union County
Times will be closed on Dec. 24
and 25. Deadline for the Dec. 27
edition will be Friday, Dec. 21,
at 5 p.m.
The publication schedule
has not changed. Newspapers
will be available on the street
on Wednesday evening and in
mailboxes on Thursday.


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


BYDAN HILDEBRAN
Monitor Editor
Bradford County deputies
Dec. 13, acting on an alert issued
by the Union County Sheriff's
office arrested a suspect in two-
area bank robberies.
The charges against McDon-
ald are not proven and he is pre-
sumed innocent until adjudicat-
ed guilty by a court.
Union County investigators
obtained an arrest warrant for
Brian Shea McDonald, 45, ear-
lier that day after identifying
him as the man who held up
Lake Butler's Community State
Bank Dec. 7. Gainesville police
believe McDonald also robbed
a Capital City Bank branch in
Gainesville on Dec. 11.
A spokesperson for the Union
County Sheriff's Office said tips
from the public initially led them
in the direction of the man they
identified as a suspect in a Lake
Butler hofdup.
Lt. Lyn Williams said that af-
ter identifying McDonald as a
person of interest, Union inves-
tigators interviewed the man's
neighbors and family members,
showing them photographs tak-
en of the robbery.
Investigators used those inter-
views to obtain an arrest warrant.
Williams added that- after
McDonald corimmitted a similar
'robbery in Gainesville Dec. 11,
investigators became more con-
vinced they had identified their
Suspect.
"He was already on the run,"


said Williams of the suspect.
According to the Bradford
County Sheriff's office, Detec-
tive Dave Schlofman was work-
ing a DUI detail in the area of
Griffis Loop (C.R. 100OA) and
S.E. 144th Street around 7:48
p.m. when he spotted a green car


with a broken taillight.
SSchlofman recalled that a car
matching the description of the
one he was following had been
linked to the Gainesville hold
up. He asked dispatchers to run
the tag on the vehicle and was,
told the car was connected with
the Union County warrant. The /
detective continued to follow
the vehicFe while other units
converged on the area. Deputies
then stopped the vehicle and took
McDonald into custody.
. Capt. Carol Starling said Mc-
Donald was staying in a home in
the same area where Schlofman
first spotted the suspect.
Williams said a search of that


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Brian Shea McDonald wastaken into custody in Bradford County on an alert issued by
the Union County Sheriff's Office.


residence, in addition to a search
of the car, resulted in investiga-
tors obtaining evidence linking
McDonald to the robberies.
Both Union County and
Gainesville investigators inter-


viewed McDonald in Starke.
Union deputies then transported
him to Lake Butler where he is
being held on a $300,000 bond.
According to Department of
Corrections records, McDonald


was convicted of forgery in Leon
County in 1998. In 2012 h6 was
convicted in Columbia Coun-
ty on burglary and petit 'theft,
charges.


5th Annual

Christmas
Extravaganza
The 5th annual Christmas
extravaganza will be held at the
Lake Butler Hospital on Friday,
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 will receive a goody bag
and a 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 Red
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 ia 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. For
questions or information email
bigredchristmasdrive@gmail.
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Union County School Board

awards Crews, Johns and FFA


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor
The Union County School
Board recognized several
individuals during the regular'
school board meeting held earlier
this month.
Leslie James Crews, a deputy
with the Union County Sheriff's.
Office, was presented a plaque
of appreciation for his 5-year
service as the school resource
officer. Superintendent Carlton
Faulk thanked Crews for his


service to the school district.
Faulk also recognized
Sam Johns who received a
plaque from the school board.
Supervisor Mike Pittman stood
with Johns as he was thanked
for his excellent service. Johns
retired with 19 years of service
to the Union County Schools.
The FFA ParPro team was
recognized for their continuous
achievements and awards.
The team members received a
plaque from Faulk on behalf
of the school board. Members
included: Sponsor Charlotte


Emerson,. Ryan Perez, Morgan
Dukes, Danielle Pate, Savannah
Woodall,Kayla Freeman, Taylor
Wilkins, Michaela Joyner,
William Brown, Case Emerson
and Advisor Tom Williams.
FFA member Case Emerson
was also recognized and
received a plaque for his recent
accomplishments at the National
FFA Agriscience Convention.


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ten children within the
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generous service through
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Wolfson named Project Learning

Tree Educator of the Year


BY TIFFANY CLARK
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,Each year PLT recognizes two engaging the
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for their outstanding support and decision mral
effort, educators w
Wolfson is a PLT trained award-winnin
educator at the Lake Butler education ci
Elementary School. As a second that can be ir
grade teacher, Wolfson shared
PLT activities regularly using
a variety of activities including
her own adaptions. Some of
her students. favorites included I
-'-the living things butterfly unit
: and an outdoor activity creating
different habitats for living
things. Wolfson also helped all E A l
of the second grade teachers at
LBES to be involved with the Due to tl
butterfly unit and the Mother's
Day PLT activities. BRAD]
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s,,sharing PLT opportunities with
otherr educators that link PLT LA
"to the reading curriculum and
--encourages teachers to use PLT
:jin their classrooms as well. She C
'-works with the Union County FBI
,4-H and Extension office,
: school board members, and 4-H
S^scholarship students, sharing and MONI
:promoting PLT.
Wolfson took huge steps to,- .-....
-.:promote PLT within her own.
: school by planning, coordinating
-.and co-teaching a PLT
...conference at LBES during pre-
:: planning in 2011. She also found v
;it important to get involved with 41O10
the organization by attending the. *l
-state PLT conference in 2011.
? Forester Bill Kleinhans,
iPLT's steering committee
-member made a wooden bowl Subscriplin Ratei
.5 withan engraved nameplate and $39.00 peryear,
presented it to Wolfson for. her $20.00 six months
: achievement., Outside Trade Arei
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ranging from Pre-K
'th grade.
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nation that uses the
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next generation of
tought-leaders and
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irriculum resources
itegrated into lesson


plans for all grades and subject
areas.
Developed in 1976, their
50-state network includes more
than 500,000 trained educators
and materials that cover the
t9tal environment. PLT's
vision for the classrooms is for
educators to teach tomorrow's
decision-makers how to think,
not what to think about complex
environmental issues.


NOTICE


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he holidays advertising deadline for
FORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
JNION COUNTY TIMES
AKE REGION MONITOR
or all advertisements will be
IDAY, DEC. 21s`@ 5:00 PM
and
DAY, DEC. 3"1 @ 12:00 NOON


Mnion Countp Times
USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3,1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY T4MES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
nTradeArea Editor: TIffany'Ciark
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
/ Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Tvoesettino: Eileen Gilmore


Advertising and
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Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


Earl W. Ray
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First and second grade
students from the Lake Butler
ElementarN School %ieed the
Red Cross' Holiday for Heroes
video on YouTube recently and
created cards to be sent to the
Red Cross' holiday mail for the
Heroes program.
LBES gifted teacher Kara
White said, "Seeing the program
in action touched many of the
students and made it more real
Sto them that many soldiers and
veterans spend the holidays in
hospitals away from their homes
and families. The students really
put their heart and soul into the
creation of the cards."
White said that the students
wrote messages such as "Get
well soon" and "Thank you for
fighting for our freedom."
The program accepts cards
from school-aged individuals to


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greetings


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to His Name
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hand out to military installations,
veteran hospitals ,and among
many other locations.
The cards provide a "welcome
touch of home" for the soldiers
according to the Red Cross'
website. .I
Visit the Red Cross YouTube.
channel to see Red Cross
volunteers distributing cards
and messages in previous years.
More information can also be
viewed by searching'.for Holiday
Mail for Heroes on the Red Cross
website.


(At front) Carson Rogers
and (back, I-r) Lyndee
Griffis, Karleigh White,
Reagan Robinson and
Katie Wade work on their
letters to send to the Red
Cross Heroes program.


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Stidham
named LBES
Teacher of
the Year
Lake Butler Elementary
School recently named fourth
grade teacher Traci Stidham as
the teacher of the year.
Stidham, a mother of two,
began her career with LBES as
a kindergarten teacher shortly
after graduating with honors
from Saint Leo University in the
fall of 2009. After her first year.
of teaching, Stidham requested
and was granted a position on
'the fourth grade team where she
has remained ever since.
Stidham credits her success
to her teammates. "I work with
such a wonderful supportive
team that shares and motivates
each other to perform at. the
highest level."'
Principal' Stacey Rimes said,
"Her classroom is filled with
engaging activities and she
is dedicated to motivating all
types of learners. She, strives to
make' sure that every student is
successful and it is reflected in
her data."
Aside from her students, one
thing that Stidham is very proud


Saunders
named LBES
School
Related
Employee of
the Year
Lake Butler Elementary
School's Diane Saunders was
recently named the school related
'employee of the year.
It takes a very dedicated and
hard-working person to be named
the employee' of the year. It is
something that: usually occurs


Suggs named
district"
Office School
related
Employee of
the Year
Brenda J. Suggs was named
Sthe school district office school
related employee of the year.
Suggs is the wife of Jerry Suggs
is a Christian and member of
Santa Fe Baptist Church.
Suggs- parents are J.T. and
Joyce Bass. She has four
brothers, Danny, Terry, Tony
and Jerome, and three sisters,
Annette, JbAnn and Judy. Suggs.
has three children, Crystal
.(spouse Chad), Ted and Melissa,
and has three grand children,
Alex, Chase and Cayden. Suggs
also has stepchildren and step
grandchildren.
Her activities, interests and
experience include Sunday
school, worship, singing with
her. spouse, reading the word,
praying, helping the food
bank, traveling, movies, sports
watchingn) "Go Gator and
Tigers," said Suggs.
She was born in dainesville,.
raised in Brooker and attended
Brooker Elementary School.
Suggs went on to Bradford High
in the 9th grade and graduated
in 1973. She has been employed
with the Union County School
., Board since Aug. 27,2003 as the
payroll specialist
"In looking back on my
childhood I realize how much
of an impact that the education
I received while in school played
a significant role in preparing me
for the position I currently hold
with the Union County School
Board. I am truly blessed to hold
such a rewarding and challenging
position. I give my best to the
job realizing there is no room
for errors, but when made,
.corrections are to be processed
immediately when found. I
understand that accuracy is of
the utmost importance when it
comes to my job of serving and
being there for my co-workers.
Whatever I can do to help, I
will. Respect is not only earned
,or gained but must be shown to
all," said Suggs. '


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of is consistently high scores on
FCAT each year, something she
attributes to teaching inclusion
math.


only once in a person's lifetime,
but for Saunders, it's a title she
now holds proudly for the third
time in her career with the Union
County School District.
A life-long resident of Union
County, Saunders began her
Career with the district almost
immediately after graduating
from Union County High School
in 1974. Over the course of the
past thirty years, Saunders'
professional titles included
those of a substitute teacher,
a Para-professional, MIS data
entry clerk and school secretary.
"After 37 years of working in
the district, I have served under
three superintendents and nine
principals," sid Saunders.


Teacher Angela Griffis said,
"She pushes her students to do
their best and works tirelessly to
ensure each ones' success."


Her current job responsibilities
include general clerical tasks,
scheduling appointments and
meetings, printing quarterly
honor roll certificates, notarizing,
and' answering phones, but
that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Assistant Principal Christie
Perez, "She is professional and
courteous to everyone that calls
or comes into the office."
Saunders is known by many
at LBES as the "go-to" person.
"You have to be a jack-of-all-
trades to be a secretary," said
Saunders.
"I love working at LBES
because of the wonderful family
atmosphere and for my love of
children."


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Alexander
named Tiger's
Den school
related
employee of
the year
Shirley 'Alexander was
recently named as the Tigers
Den Daycare's school related
employee of the year. Alexander
also received this title last year.
Alexander is a Pre-K and
three/four year old teacher at
Tigers Den. An employee of
the school district for the last 18
years, 8 of those years has been
at Tiger's Den.
A life-long resident of Union
County, Alexander graduated
from Union County High
School in 1977. Prior to her
career'with the Union County
School District, she worked 16
years at the Lake Butler Apparel
Company before the business
closed their doors for good.
Alexander said, I do my
best to be well organized when
it comes to the curriculum
and lesson plans each day. In
working with the older children, I
do a lot of hands on activities and
work one on one. I cannot speak
enough about the children. They
are learning so much. Shapes,
colors, schedules, routines, I just
love to see them excel. Alexander


(Top left) Traci Stidham-
named LBES teacher of
the year.


(Top right) Shirley Alex-
ander named Tigers Den
Daycare's school related
employee of the year.


(At right) Diane Saun.
ders named LBES
school related employee
of the year.


(At left) Brenda J. Suggs
named school district
office school related
employee of the year


said that the new curriculum, this
year was exciting. (Seasons all
over the World, In the City, in
the Country)
"It is more structured. It helps
the children learn and explore at
different levels and to focus on
their individual need. At the end
of the day, we reflect on the day.


I love the atmosphere at Tiger's
Den. It's friendly and family,:
oriented. I love the kids and the
parents.. The kids also love i(:
there." :
SAlexander said she loves to
read books and enjoys preparing
kits for the next level Pre-K and
Kindergarten. :


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(Above) LBMS JunioiBeta had the opportunity to receive team building training
from Charlotte Emerson, the Director of Student Development and Recruitment
for University of Florida's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. (Back row, I-r)
SJordan Snyder, Ty Hamilton and Greg Haggerty. (Third row, I-r) Taylor Lilliston, Dylan
Thornton, Jarett Shadd, Seth Hendrlcks, Taz Worrell, Morgan Eddy, Sidney Snowden,
Devin Lewis, Ridge Smith, Noah Wright, Molly Zapp, Ashley Roberts, Kasey Rhodes,
Lauren Eaton and Holly Roberts. (Second row, I-r) Deanna Olin, Macey Fulgham, Falyn
Rimes, Carly Hodgson, Noah Thompson, Brittany Manning, Lane Griffis and Charlotte
Emerson. (First row, I-r) Bethany Rose, Chase Williams, Kayla Williams, Clara Kearns,
I Samantha Cruz, Taylor Carroll, Allyson Ash and Marlah Griner.


(Below) The LBMS Junior Beta also traveled to Florida Gateway College recently
for a campus tour and orientation on what the campus had to offer the students
,for their future. (Back Row, l-r) Falyn Rlmes, Ashley Roberts, Carly Hodgson, Molly
Zapp, Morgan Eddy, Chase Williams, Taylor Lilllston, Brittany Manning, Clara Kearns,
Deanna Olin, Alyssa Rose, Noah Thompson, Kasey Rhodes, Sidney Snowden, Kayla
Williams, Macy Fulghqm1 Marlah Grlner, Laura Eaton, Devin Lewis, Holly Roberts,
Taylor Pate, Jarett Shadd, Maggie Parrlsh, Phllllp Joyner, Greg Haggerty, Lane Griffis
and Taz Worrell. (Front row, I-r) Allyson Ash, Taylor Carroll, Bethany Rose, Samantha
S Cruz, Seth Hendricks, Dylan Thornton, Jordan Snyder and Noah' Wright.









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(Pictured below, I-r) Associate Conductress, Sister Shirley Thomas and Treasurer,
Sister Lila Barber, pose with bags of stuffed animals.


Order of the
Eastern Star
T'he Lake Butler Chapter No.
40, Order of the Eastern Star,
recently re-supplied the Union
County, Sheriff deputies with
stuffed animals to keep in their
vehicles for children.
|The deputies give these stuffed
animals to children involved in a
crisis, which helps calm a child
in hope's of relieving emotional
harm from trauma.
4. he members of Lake Butler
Chapter No, 40 have been re-
supplying the Union County
Sheriff's Office with these
animals for several years as a
community project.


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-ESL;RIIIION OF PRCOPERTY-
30-06-19-40.000-0170-0
LEGAL DESCRIPTION
LOT 17 OF CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION, more particularly
described as follows-
A portion ol Ihe Nonheast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 and a portion ol
the North 1/2 of the Southeasi 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
ol said Section 30 and run thence
South 01 degrees 03' 43" East,
along the East boundary of said
Section 30. a.distance of 63 59 feet
to a point of the Southerly right of
way line of Stale Road No 18 (100'
right of wayl. thence South .88
degrees 14' 08" West. along the
Southerly right of way line. 52 00
leet thence 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;
Danny Joe Grigsby
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 21stdayof December, 2012.
Dated this 26th day of November,
2012.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding
should contact (3 86) 496-3711.
11/29 4tchg 12/20-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2012-CA138
DIVISION:
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK &
TRUST CO OF ENID,
Plainritiff,
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 r' ; ,: .r t -- .*- 2
Begin at the NE corner of Lot 3 of
Odom Addition and Ettind' 1 TO
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
FLTHLCT3241G-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 Thorn'as; 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,.


AttsrneV at Law

155 SE 6th Place, Lake Butler, FL 32054

(Behind Badcock Furniture)
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EyUuIHE. Plaitnlilts anorney,.
whose address is 480 Busch Drive
Jacksonville, Florida 32218, on or
before 30 days from the firsi date
of publication of thnis notice and file
Ihe original wimt ihe Clerk of this
Coun either before service on
Plaintiffs attorney or immediately
thereafter otherwise, a delaull will
be entered against you lor the relief
demanded in the complaint or
hellion
ITNESS my hand and the seal ol
this Court on the 11" day ol
December 2012
Clerk ol the Court
Crystal Norman
As Deputy Clerk
12/13 2tchg 12/20-UCT
LEGAL NOTICE
UNION COUNTY
TRANSPORTATION
DISADVANTAGED
COORDINATING BOARD
MEETING
The North Central Florida Regional
Planning Council announces a
public meeting to which all persons
are invited.
DATE AND-IME: January 8, 2013
at 1:15 p.m.
PLACE: County Commissioners'
Meeting Room in the Union County
Courthouse located at 175 W. Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida
GENERAL SUBJECT MATTER TO
BE CONSIDERED: To conduct the
regular business of the Union
County Transportation
Disadvantaged Coordinating
Board.
A copy of the agenda may be
obtained by contacting: North
Central Florida Regional Planning
Council, 2009 NW 67th Place,
Gainesville, Florida 32653-1603.
Pursuant to-the provisions of the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
any person requiring special
accommodations to participate in
this meeting is asked to advise the
agency at least 2 business days
before the meeting by contacting
352.955.2200. If you are hearing or
speech impaired, please contact
the agency using the Florida Relay
Service, 1.800. 955.8771 (TDD) or
1.800.955.8770 (Voice).
If any person decides to appeal
any decision made by the Board
with respect to any matter
considered at the meeting, he/she
will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceeding is made,
Which record, includes the
testimony and evidence from which
the appeal is to be issued.
12/20 ltchg-UCT
UNION COUNTY CLERK OF
COURTS
NOTICE OF INTENT
The Union County Clerk of Courts
Provides public notice of the intent
to include the Finance Director
position in the Florida Retirement
System's Senior Management
Service Class effective January 1,
2013. Additional information may
be obtained by writing to the Union
County Clerk of Courts, 55 W Main
Street, Room 103, Lake Butler, FL
32054.
12/20 2tchg 12/27-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
'* "JittN A1VB'PORFUINION
C: E -_ ^Cpjy~-Ff~ilD.A
CASENO. 63-20ll-CA-000071
SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUITY,
INC. F/K/A AMERICAN GENERAL
HOME EQUITY, INC.
Plaintiff,
v.
BRIAN GRAHAM LANSFORD
A/K/A BRIAN G. LANSFORD; LEE
ANN LANSFORD; UNKNOWN
TENANT 1; UNKNOWN TENANT
2; AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH,
UNDER PR AGAINST THE-
ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTSS,
WHO (IS/ARE) NOT KNOWN TO
BE DEAD OR ALIVE; WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIM AS HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES,
LIENORS, CREDITORS,
TRUSTEES, SPOUSES, OR
OTHER CLAIMANTS; PINNACLE
CREDIT SERVICES, LLC. AS
ASSIGNEE OF HOUSEHOLD
BANK
Defendants.


NOTICE OF SALE
Nolice is hereby given that,
pursuant Io the Summary Final
Judgment of Foreclosure entered
on October 24, 2012. and the
Order Rescheduling Foreclosure
Sale entered on December 11,
2012 in this cause, in the Circuit
Court of Union County Flordda. 4
will sell thre property situated in
Union County Florida described
as
BEGIN AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF THE SW 1/4 OF
SECTION 32, TOWNSHIP 5
SOUTH. RANGE 18 EAST. UNION
COUNTY'(, FLORIDA AND RUN
THENCE S 0420'52" .E ALONG
THE WEST LINE OF SAID SW 1/4,
686 55 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGiNNiNG THENCE CONTINUE
S 020'52' E ALONG SAID WEST
LINE 307 50 FEET TO...TWE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF
SUMMERS ESTATES. AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION,
THENCE S 8931'11" E ALONG
THE NORTH LINE OF SAID
SUBDIVISION, 50.00 FEET,
THENCE N 020'52" W, 60.00
FEET, THENCE N 65033'40" E,
142.39 FEET, THENCE N 0o20'52"
W, 187.50 FEET, THENCE N
89*31'11" W, 180.00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING, SAID
LANDS BEING A PART OF THE
'NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4. CONTAINING
1.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN 1990 PALM
DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE HOME
' WITH VIN #PN094075A, TITLE
#60199333 AND VIN
#PH094075B, TITLE #60199334.
a/k/a 4728 NW 87TH TER, LAKE'
BUTLER, FL 32054-4458
at public sale, to the highest and
best bidder, for cash, on the South
, side steps of the Union County
Courthouse, 55 West Main Street,
Lake Butler, FL 32054, Union
County,' Florida, at eleven o'clock
a.m., on February 7, 2013.
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.
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 at Gainesville, Florida, this
13 day of Dec., 2012.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
DOUGLAS C. ZAHM, P.A.
12425 28th Street North, Suite 200
St. Petersburg, FL 33716
Telephone No. (727) 536-4911
Fax No. (727) 539-1094
IF YOU ARE A PERSON WITH A
DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANY
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS
PROCEEDING, YOU ARE
ENTITLED, AT NO COST TO
YOU, TO THE PROVISION OF
CERTAIN ASSISTANCE. PLEASE
CONTACT 386-496-3711 (VOICE)
OR 904-374-3639 (VOICE OR
TDD) OR VIA FLORIDA RELAY
$, ERVICE AT 80Q-955-877.1.
'..... 12/20 21chg-1.2/27-UCT
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Middle School
gifted students
learn history in
St. Augustine


fhe Lake Butler Middle
School gifted students recentlN
took a trip to St. Augustine,
whichh marked the beginning of
an e\,tenbi'e studN of Florida's
history .
According to gifted teacher
Sherrn Barnett, the students
learned about the native
cultures that inhabited Florida,
including the Timucuans of
Northern Florida and the Calusa
of Southern Florida. TheN
also learned about the Spanish
,e\,plorer. Ponce de Leon, \"ho
named Florida.


THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES SA


W2 .


An interesting focus of study ,
%as oh the pirates \"ho came
to Florida that often preyed
on shipwrecks caused bN the
hurricanes and rough seas.
The history of the fort
Castillo de San Marcos was an
educational stop for the students
who learned abott the coquina
that was used as its building
material. The state symbols and
the state flag %ere also studied.
Some of the educational
stops on the trip "ere the old
jail. Castillo de San Marcos,
the Pirate Museum and St.
Aug istine Lighthouse.
Along %%nh the state's history,
the students ha'e also learned
about the history. of Union
County.


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(Above) The group stopped for a picture in front of the Pirate Museum In St. Augus-
tine.
(Back row, I-r) Tyler Eddy, Cory Watts, Ty Hamilton, Ridge Smith, George Metz and
Lane Griffis. (Middle row, I-r) JD Johnson, Karilyn Schreck, Karah Oderf, Kaylee Mol-!
chan and Justin Pilcher. (Front row, I-r) Conner Beighley, Jonathan Schmidt, Kade
Peacock, Alex Perez, Sherry Bargett, Clifford Bryant, Jared Benton, Sierra Jones and
Cady Terry-Raisor.

(At right, l-r) Jonathan Schmidt, Conner Beighley and Victoria Lake pose at the Old
Jail in St. Augustine.'


Reception set
The Union County Courthouse
and the County Commissioners
office, invites all to join for a
reception in honor of' Patsy
Elixson, Ricky Jenkims, Regina
.Parrish and David Reiman as
they retire after years of hard
work and- dedication to the
citizens of Union County. This
event will be on Sunday, Jan.
6, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Lake
Butler Elementary Schopl.


Tri-County
Beef Update
The Bradford, Baker and
Union County Extension
Services will be offering a Tri-
County beef update on Jan. 17,
at 5:45 to 7:30 p.m. at the New
River Volunteer Fire Department
in Bradford County. Register by
Jan. 14, to reserve your place at
this meeting. Topics presented
will include information- on
agriculture damage assessment
and a beef cattle production
panel. Special guests include the
University of Florida's Dr. Todd
Thrift, Extension Beef Cattle
Specialist and Dr. Jason Ferrell,
Extension Weed Specialist.
Registration will begin at'5:45.
p.m. with presentations starting
promptly at 6 p.m.
This program will be
sponsored to offset any costs
so be sure to register by Jan.
14. Contact your local county
agent or the Bradford County
Extension Office 904-966-6224
for additional details.
Persons with disabilities


needing,.special, accommodations
should contact the Extension
Office at least 10 working days
prior to the event so that special
consideration can be given to the
request.


Social Club
dance
The Lake"B-utler Social Club
dance will be held on Saturday,
Dec. 22, at the Lake Butler
Community Center. The doors
open at 6 p.m..and the potluck
covered dish dinner begins at
7 p,m. the dancingg .tart! at
p.m. Members 'entry is $7 and
nonmembers is $8. This is a
smoke and alcohol free event
and will end at 11 p.m. This is
the Christmas dance and will be
the last dance for this year. The
next dance will be on Jan. 5. For
more information contact Sue
Ann Waters-Moates'at 904-263-
2438.

Become a
mentor
The Take Stock in Children
program in Union County is
looking for new mentors to
help change young fives in
the community. Take Stock in
Children in a statewide non-profit
organization and the Foundation
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


MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN HERE
Train ONLINE for Allied Health andMedical Management.
Job placement assistance. Computer available.
Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV'authorized.
Call 888-203-3179
www.CenturaOnline.com

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NOTICE


EARLY DEADLINE

Due to the holidays advertising deadline for
'BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
UNION COUNTY TIMES
S LAKE REGION MONITOR
for all advertisements will be
FRIDAY, DEC. 21", @ 5:00 PM
and ,.

MONDAY, DEC. 31" @12:00 NOON


support, encouragement and
guidance they need to succeed in
school. Mentors meet with their.
mentees for 30 minutes every
week on the school campus. All
it takes is a little time to make a
difference that will last a lifetime.
For more information on Take
Stock in Children, contact the
program office at 386.754-4392
or mailto:antonia.robinson@fgc.
edu.

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


Substitute
Teacher
training set
SThe 'Union County School
SBoard will be holding substitute
teacher orientation on Thursday,
Jan. 10, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Training' will be 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 fre
is $54.50. ,
Call the Union County School
Board, Pers6nnel Department
and ask for Pam Pittman at 386
496-2045 ext 230 or send an
email to pittmanp@union.kl2.
fl.us in order to pre register.


Health ,.,
Advisory meet
The Union County Health
Advisory Group will not hold
a meeting in the month of
December. The next meeting
will be on Tuesday, Jan, 15, at
5:30. p.m. at the Union County
Health Department in the lobby.
Your involvement in the
Union County Health Advisory
Group is very important so be
sure to join and invite your
neighbors, business associates,


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Merry Christmas,

&+' Jfavr yJsfew Year


rom the owners


* families of


Union Sunn

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Liquor & Package Store Mon-Thurs 7
pen Fri & Sat 7ai
Mon-Wed 10am 10pm Sun. 10am
Thurs 1 Oam Midnight 496-1
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and other community leaders, to
join.
The meeting will begin at 5:30
p.m. and end no later than 7 p.m.
Call 386-496-3211 and ask for
Winnie Holland, administrator,
if you have any questions. "


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


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 aras, ei-, go t6 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.

Meeting notice:-.
The Lake- Butler City-;
Commission meets at city hall at.
5:15 p.m. on the second Mondays.
of each month.
The UC Board of County,.^
Commissioners meet on the-,:
third Monday of each month at T7:
p.m. in the.board meeting room
located in the courthouse.
The Worthington Springs.;
Town Council meets on the first-
Tuesday of each month at 7:30::
p.m. at the Worthington Springs_--
Community Center. ,
Meeting times or days may
change in the event of a-hofiday.


Are we to Celebrate Christmas as
Christ's Birth?
Many people view the Christmas season as a time- to celebrate
the birth of Christ. However, is this practice taught in the
Bible? Remember there is danger in adding to God's word as is
stated'in Proverbs 30:6, "Do not Wdd to His words, lest He
rebuke you and you be found a liar." We must.also remember
that we are not at liberty to invent our own way of serving God.
When Cain attempted to serve Pod in His- own way, God
rejected such worship (Genesis 4:3-5). Furthermore, the only
way we know how God wants us to serve and remember Him is
if He reveals such to us (.1 Corinthians 2:11-13). If we are to
celebrate the birth' of Christ on Christmas, where has God
instructed us to do so? Since we have no such instruction, it is
presumptuous to assume God would have us celebrate the birth
of Christ.
Danville Church of Christ ,
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
S 386-496-3880 .
E-mail: danvilleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

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


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Please be safe this holiday season.

Thank You for Your PatrOnage
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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, DEC. 20, 2012

Junior Friends of Library donate to Big Red, hold Christmas Bingo


The Junior Friends of the
library recently donated toys for
the Big Red Christmas drive.
This particular drive helps under
privileged children who live
in Union County by providing
them with a Christmas gift.
The JFOL is a teen-based
i roup affiliated with the Union
County Public Library that
volunteers with the library
programs and fundraises, for
their scholarship program while
helping to promote literacy'
around the community. :
One of the fundraising
events of "the JFOL was the
Christmas bingo that was held
this past Saturday. According
to the library, over forty people
attended winning great book
bundles. The event ended with
a round of blackout where there


were two winners. The first backpack. The staff at the library
winner was awarded $25. The said that everyone walked away
second winner received a rolling with at least one prize.


Some of the Christmas bingo players included (I-r)
Hannah and Barbara Fisher and Kimmy and Fred Crews.


"Volunteers for the ChristmaP
bingo event included: JFOL
President James Brown, Matt
Brown, JFOL Vice-President
Hannah Hicks, JFOL Sponsor
Tennille Brannen, William
Brown, JFOL Secretary.
SChristian Vineyard, Wesley
Smith, Kierra Maxwell and
Alex Hankins.
The JFOIL's next program
will be held 'Saturday, Jan. 26.
This event will be a game night
with a Hal-o 4 tournament.
More information on this will
follow at a l ater date.
The Junior Friends of the,
Library, along with the staff
of the Union County Public
Library .said that they would
like to wish everyone a very
happy holiday season.


Amanda Snyder, Matt Brown, JFOL vice-president
Hannah Hicks, William Brown and JFOL President James
Brown were some of the members that donated toys to
the Big Red Christmas drive.


School

News...

Lake Butler Elementary
School
The.LBES students who we're
named Tiger Cub last week were;
Aiden Bell, Preston Bonsall,
Zdie Carriere, Kyra Castleberry,
Leehanna Chavarria', Vivien
Coldiron, Cole Crosby, Jatera
Cummings, Tripp Davis, Lucas',
-Forsgren, Major Gaffney, Jesse
Harden, Jordan Hendricks,
Chelsea Keen, Braedan Kimble,
Alex Locke, Victoria Madigan,
.Bradley Miller, Landon Moody,
Isabella Parmley, Dolton
Parrish, Kaleb Parrish, Adan
Pomar, Keyonna Ridgeway,
Erich Seager, Lance Seay, Daniel
Shuler, Danielle Slown, Taleya
Smith, Gracie Stroud, Jameson
Tetstone, Charity Thompson,
Lucas Thompson, Savannah
Thompson, Hannah *Warren,
:Chelsea Waters and Tristen
Woodall.
The last day to pre-order- a
yearbook at the reduced price of
$25 isFriday, Dec. 21. Following
the holiday break, the price will
increase to $30.
LBES would like to honor the
fourth grade studentsin the 2012-
2013 yearbook by designating a
special, page to show .how _much
they.liave grown over the past
five years. All parents are asked
to send a photo of their child's
first day of school (pre-k or
kindergarten). Physical copies
Share accepted arid must include the
students first and last name. The
deadline to submit the photos is




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Headstart visited the library Christmas storytime. Sowing off their colored Santa heads
are: Jaylin Webb, Bethannie Chandler, Lynze Thomas, Gavin Smith, Jamie Webb, Paris
Lacy, Rico Ridgeway, Jaylln Webb, Zanlyah Franklin, Alexander Pascual, Tranique
Thompson, Brianna Tomlin, Jalden Leet, Amber Robinson, Jaslyn Thomas, Jarret Leet,
Andra Jones, Aaron Griffis and Lynn Thomas with Library Director Mary Brown.
The staff of Union County Public Library would like to wish everyone a blessed holiday
season. Preschool Storytimewill resume in February of 2013. Call the library at 386-
496-3432 for more information. Call Dial-A-Story at 1-888-428-2531.


Friday, Dec. 21. Original photos
will be returned to students.
The photoscan also be emailed.
For more information contact,
Yearbook Coordinator Tammy
Wilkerson at 386-496-3047 or at
wilkersont@union.kl2.fl.us
The 50-point book. club is
designed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the accelerated
reader program. I
The newest 50-point book club
members are Cayden Cutford,
Kennedy' Dang, Braxton
Dukes, Keely Durrance, Jayda
Hendrieth, Christopher Peraino,


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^aaypy 'i ew Year
from
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&' Tamify and
'Everyone from

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P.O Box 537
SLake Butler, FL 32654
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Cindy and lan Bryant take a picture in front of the
Christmas decorations during storytime.


Eli Ritnes, MarkkSeager and Friday, Dec. 21, is the'last
Anna Ward. day to buy yearbooks for $50.
The newest 100-point book Purchase at UCHS or at www.
club member is Kindall Johnson. commuhity.pictavo.com


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B Section. Thursday, 2012 FEATURES

CRIME
SOCIALS
REGILONAL NEWS EDITORIAL

NEWS FROM BRADFORD'COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Sampson Lake's Jull teaches

ancient craft of weaving


BY JAMES WILLIAMS
Special to the Telegraph-Times-
Monitor
SSampson Lake resident Judy
Jull is a weaver. From her studio,
she also sells limited quantities
of weaving products, like yarn,
weaving equipment such as
looms and spinning wheels,
bobbins and other supplies. She'
teaches the arts of weaving anid
spinning, too, and also basket
Weaving and clay bead making.
If that's not enough to keep
ter busy, she's also a member
of Altrusa of Starke,,and goes
to crafts fairs to show and sell
the weaving, knitting and-basket
items she makes from her Elza,
M. Studios, named after her
mother. On a front entranceway
and inside her living room are
more than 300 spools of yarns in
many colors and made of many
different materials. She buys
many spools of yarns, so she
gets good prices on them, which
she likes to pass on to students
and buyers. -
"Bu[ you need to be aware
that. this spool of yam, for
:example, cost me $1.28," she
said taking a spool of colorful
thread off a rack.
SAmong the weaving items
she and her students make with
,all that thread are scarves, rugs,
:'dish and tea towels, yardage
:or decorative. draperies for
clothing, placemats and table
run rers, carpets and other useful
and decorative items.
Hanging on Jull'?living room
wall.is a saddle blanket she wove
for a friend. When she washed
-it to shrink it down before
presenting it, the saddle blanket
had grown foo small. It now
.serves as a nice Southwestern


wall hanging.
Jull is originally from
Maryland's Eastern Shore,
where for many.years she taught
history, social studies and even
agriculture in Cambridge-
Hillsborough-area high schools-.
For a while, she also worked
as an interpreter at Maryland's
Blackwater Wildlife Refuge.
After her husband's death, she
retired and took to the road in
their RV. In 1993, she moved to
Delray Beach, but later realized'
she wasn't as fond of that area as
she expected to. be.
One day, returning from up
north and on the way to Flagler
Beach, she decided to park
overnight at the KOA camp just
south of Starke on U.S. 301 .The
camp offers WiFi,which allowed
her to snoop around on the
Internet for, oh, say, real, estate
in the Bradford County area.
She found an affordable home
Son the waters of Sampson Lake,
and a few years ago, moved into
one of the properties she-found
online.
Jull, said she loves the
"naturalness of the area" and
enjoys her lake view-especially
of the birds,
"The egrets, the ospreys, the
sandhill cranes, there are just
so many types of birds here,"
she said. During a high-water
episode two years ago, she
looked out her window' to see
one small alligator lounging
on her dock, while a 10-footer
sprawled across the gazebo at
the end.
"Eer) once in a while he
would open his jaws wide, and
there was dinner," she said.
Jull teaches weaving and
basket-makig classes in her
home studio. Occasionally,


someone drops buy to. purchase
one of the items she has made, or
which they have commissioned
her to make. Between all that
and Altrusa activities, she said
she stays busy, even though
she realizes she is something
of an outsider in the area. She
occasionally shows and sells her
work at craft shows, such as one
at the Bradford County Public
Library in November.-
Weaving is among the
earliest activities humans are
known to have developed;


Sampson
Lake resident
and weaver
Judy Jull stays
busy at one
of her several
looms. She
works from
Elza M. Studios,
,named after her
mother.


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Early proves it's never" .' .


too late toget a GED


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The first day of school can
cause a bit of nervousness, 'but,
think if it was your first day after
a 50-year absence?
Lucille Wade Early of'Brad-
ford County quit high school as
a teenager, but decided it was
time to get her GED, which she
accomplished at the age of 66.
"I've always wanted to go
Backk" Early said, "but I had four
children. I put them first. I'm
proud to say all four children
graduated from high school. I
found myself wanting to do the
same thing myself."
r.Early accomplished her goal
through the GED program at
the Bradford-Union Area Ca-
rer Technical Center. Instructor
imda Rudoi said Early certainly
@iade an impression on staff and
students alike.
i "Everyone has been inspired
toj see the work ethic that she
Rias and the determination that
she has," Rudoi said. "She's cer-
Cainl] inspired all of us. We love
her."
Rudoi, herself, inspired Early
during their initial meeting.
i "The day I came in, Mrs. Ru-
doi asked me what I expected of
her as a teacher, and what could
she expect of me as a student,"
Early said. "That was really im-
portant to me that she asked me
that. It made me feel that she
was a teacher who could really
fielp me. She cared."
SEarly, who is a retired certified
nursing assistant, said she didn't
like school as a childqand admit-
ted there -were some unpleas-
at experiences that, ultimately
caused her to drop out.
-Her experience at the career
center, though, was enjoyable.
Early said maybe it was because
now she's older and wiser, and
knows how important an educa-
tion is.
'"I think God puts you wheie
you need to be at the time you
need to be there," Early said.
"'Education wasn't exciting to
rue (as a child), but it is now.
?For Early, who enrolled in
fte GED program iii October
2011, that excitement came
from learning new things, which
she would take home with her
and share with her family. She
admitted she was "like a school
kd again."
E "With the teachers that I had,
they were so good at explaining
and helping me," Early said. "I
started teaming things that I nev-
Ser heard of before. I was really
excited about that. Everytime I
learned something, I'd go home
and tell my kids."
Rudoi said it was great to see
Early grow daily from a woman
who initially was hesitant-as
most adults entering the GED
program 'are-to one who em-
braced learning and never
stopped asking questions until
she fully understood a concept.
"'That's what teaching's all
about." Rudoi said.
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Technical Center along with teachers Monical
Clements (left) and Linda Rudoi.,


learner, and that's Early's'goal.
She plans to continue studying
.English-the subject she was'
most nervous about prior to en-
rolling in the GED program-
and is not done with attending
classes at the career center.
"I'm going to take a class in
culinary arts," Early said.
And if she was ever asked to
Devote time to generating pub-
licity for the Bradford-Union
Area Career Technical Center,
she wouldn't hesitate to do so.
"If they wanted me to adver-
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it," she said. "I feel like educa-
tion's very important. There's
ho better place than (the career
center). This is the place to come
to. The teachers are wonderful.
The staff is'wonderful. Every-


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(wanting) you to get the best you
can get in education."
Early wished to thank both Ru-
doi and fellow teacher Monica
Clements, whom she described
as"'tw'o special teachers."
"They worked with me andof-
fered encouragement throughout
my journey," Early said.
Early also said glory should
be given to God, for "without
Him, I would not have been able
to do it."
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Christmas came early for the
Bradford-Union Area- Career
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puter systems and information
technology program receiving
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"I'mjust glad that we got them
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William Haake, Charles Stidham, Sherman Fulton, Johnny Brown, Thomas Reynolds, Talih Aididami and Cary Mills.

Inmates who served honored with vets' dorm


.Dignitaries, officers and 96
inmates filled the courtyard
Outside G Dorm at Union
Correctional Institution on Nov.
14 for a very special dedication
ceremony.
The dorm was being dedicated
as the institution's veterans'
dorm, reserved for inmates who
have served their country in one
of the military branches.
White-gloved inmates
raised our country's. flag in a
solemn ceremony while the
national. anthem played ,in the
background. The veterans in the
crowd, saluted; some wearing
prison blue, some in brown
uniforms and some in civilian
clothes. The non-veterans placed
theirhands over their hearts and
-the chaplain offered a prayer to
open the ceremonies.
: The moment touched everyone
in the crowd as they reflected
on friends and family members
who have made great sacrifices
for their country. I
-"We are here today because
we love our country," said
Warden Diate Andrews. "We
are here to honor the men who


(L-R) Warden
Diane Andrews,
Classification
Officer Linda
Clance and
Chaplain Joe
Henkle sing
the na-tional
anthem as the
flag is raised.


have diet for our country, Every
time I see that flag raised and
hear that song sung, it touches
my heart."
She pointed out that the
sacrifices made by our veterans
have paid the price for freedoms
we continue to enjoy. She, said
that' the chaplain was able to
.stand up and offer a prayer
because of what our veterans
accomplished in the past and
continue to accomplish today.


The inmates living in the
veterans' dorm are no less
deserving of the country's
gratitude than those living in
the world outside. The mistakes
theymade which resulted in
their incarceration occurred dfter
their military service had already
been completed. Each inmate
has an honorable discharge
from the military and a clean
behavior record in prison for at
least the past two years. There is


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Marianna and Skip Cooney

Cooneys celebrate 65 years


. Harry "'Skip" and Marianna
Cooney will celebrate their
65th wedding anniversary this
month. Stop by Western Steer
on Saturday,' Dec., 22, from 4


p.m..to 5:30 p.m. to congratulate
them, or buy your meal and join
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Cody Johnson and Julie
Redding


Redding,


Johnson to
wed Dec. 22
Henry and Jana Redding
of Lake Butler are pleased to
announce the engagement and
impending marriage of their
daughter, Julie Ann Redding,
to Cody Justin. Johnson, 'son of
Jeffrey and Kerri Johnson of
Starke.
The bride is a 2009 graduate
of Union County/High School
and a 2011 graduate of the
University of North Florida. She
is currently a teacher at Lake
Butler Elementary.School..
The groom is a 2009 graduate
of Bradford County High School
and is an emergency medical
technician employed with
Bradford* County Emergency
Services. He is also a volunteer
Firefighter with Station 2 in
Bradford County.
The. ceremony will be held
Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012, at
2 p.mr., at Camp Blanding's
chapel, with a reception to follow
at the officers' club.. Guests
are reminded to have photo
identification for any attendee
age 16 or over. .


Amber Massey holding
Lola Peguero

Massey
graduates cum

laude from
North Florida
The Theressa Community
Center was the setting of a
graduation party to honor
Amber Massey, a graduate of the
University of North Florida.
Family and close friends
enjoyed a chili dinner and
a delicious cake baked and
decorated by cousin Virginia
Autry. Hostesses for the evening
were her parents, Samira and
Kenny Massey, and Sonya
and Andy Baldree. Out-of-
town guests were her sister,
April Peguero, and nieces from
Massachusetts.,
,Massey graduated cum laude
on Dec. 7, with a major in
elementary education.


graduate of Bradford High
School, was profiled in "the Fall
2012 publication of "Gator
Dentist Today," a publication of
the University of Florida College
of Dentistry.
Reddish, the son of Dolph and
Shirley Reddish, was named an
outstanding alumnus for the UF
College of Dentistry in 2011
and currently serves as the class
leader for the class of 1980.
Reddish, who has a practice
in Orlando, also chairs the
college's development advisory
committee.
"Being a UF College of
Dentistry graduate opened
many doors, for me and created
opportunities I would never have
had otherwise," Reddish was
quoted as saying in the "Gator
Dentist Today" profile. "The
general public holds UF graduates
in high esteem, and that has led
to an advantage over graduates
of other dental schools."
SReddish played football for
the "Big Red" of Bradford High
School and was voted as "Most
Likely to Succeed." He went on
to graduate from the University
of South Florida before attending
UF.
Supporting UF is important
to Reddish, as evidenced by the
"Gator Dentist Today" profile,
which mentioned the fact he
has contributed to the school's
annual fund every year for
approximately 30 years and
made a multi-year commitment
of $10,000 this year.
Reddish also gives' back to
the school through volunteering
efforts, and was quoted in "Gator
Dentist Today" as saying, "I
want to do what I can to enhance
the dental school experience for
- today's students, and with that
goal in mind, I try to stay active
in leadership volunteer roles as
an alumnus."
When not working or


supporting the UF College of
Dentistry, Reddish .likes to co%,
garden, read and snow ski.


Cathy Pollock (right),
accepts a certificate of' <
appreciation from Vi. '
Evans.

Pollock:
receives
recognition
from American


Legion
Auxiliary


American Legion Auxiliary
Post 56 presented a certifidite.
of appreciation for veterans'
and literacy' Support to Catily
Pollock, a staff member at the
Bradford County Public Li.brary,
at its Nov. 13 meeting. '
Present at the meetifig were'ihe
Department of Florida President
oftheAmerican LegionAuxiliary,
Peggy Harelson, District,...4
President Alice Brummet haid
members of Auxiliary 56 and
314. "
Vi Evans, Auxiliary President
of Unit 56, presented A-4e
certificate to Pollock. ,


Colt Green and Stacy
Dampier


Gytha and Harold Hill


Cardenas, Hill wed Dec. 15


Gytha Sue Cardenas of
Lakeland and Harold T. Hill of
Santa Fe Lake were'married on
Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, at the
home of the groom. '


The bride's parents are Olivia
Miller, and Mary and Gordon
Miller of Florahome. The
bridegroom's parents are Harold
and Lynella Hill.


'Barbara and James Rhoden of
Starke. Paternal grandparents
are Randy Gaskins of Starke and
Susan and Benny Ricks of St.
Augustine.


Dampier,
Green to wed
in March
Lee Anne and Jerry Dampier
of'Keystone Heights and Pam
and 'Danny Green of Lake City
announce th6 engagement of
Stacy Dampier of Starke and
Colt'Green of Tampa.
Stacy is a 2007 graduate of
Santa Fe College and isemployed
by Heart Care Imaging Inc.
Colt is a 2007 graduate of
the University of Florida and is
employed by Aldi. .
The wedding will take place
on March 9, 2013, at 5 p.m. in
Gainesville.


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in Bradford,
Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
D Earian Scott Arnold, 43, of
La" ley was arrested Dec. 11 by
Bradford deputies for driving
wjth a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
,$500 and he was released Dec.
11.
James R. Baker, 29,'of Gra-
ham was arrested Dec. 12 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released Dec. 12.
Jennifer Anciletta Bass, 26, of
Winter Park was arrested Dec.
1lby Starke police for battery
and resisting an officer. Bond
was set at $6,000 and she re-
mained in jail at press'time.
Cynthia Mae Brewer, 22, of
,Griaham was.arrested Dec. 12 by
,Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct. Bond was set at $1,000
4tid she was released Dec. 12.
James William Brewer, 54, of
Graham was arrested Dec. ,12 by
-Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct t and aggravated battery.
*Bond was set at $11,000 and he
-remained in jail at press time.
-,,Jeremy Christopher Brewer,
20, of Brooker was arrested Dec.
:12 by Bradford deputies for dis-
.r'oderly conduct. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Dec.
12.
_N Nancy E. Brewer, 33, of
Brooker was arrested Dec. 12 by
Bradford deputies for disorderly
conduct.. Bond was seat $1,000
and she was released Dec. 12.
"'Racheal Vittoria Brown, 25,
Sof. Starke was arrested Dec. 12
by Starke police for a probation
S-violation. She was released Dec.
k.2.
-Antonio Junior Chavarria, 54,
of Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
8"by Union deputies for resisting
an officer and disorderly intoxi--
cation. F. ;., ''
Randy Allan Chesser, 31, of
Starke was arrested DIpc. 15 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
License and resisting an officer.
Bond was set at $15,000 and he
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All Anthony Clarke, 56, of
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leased Dec. '11.
Robert Gary Cunningham, 47,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 15
by' Starke police for possession
of drugs. He was released Dec.
16.-
Mercedo Latoya Davis, 36, of
Starke was arrested. Dec. 14 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, 'revoked or expired
license. She was released Dec.
14.
Melvin/Levon Ford, 46, of'
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.
11 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure to appear. Bond was set at
$3,500 and .he was released Dec.
18.
Nicole Amurice Green, 22, of
Graham was arrested Dec. 11 by
Starke police for battery. Bond
was set at $1,000 and she was
released Dec. 12. '
Torelle L.Henderson, 19, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 17 by
Starke police for shoplifting. He
remained in jail at press time.
Paul Allen Holt, 27, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 16 for driving
.with a suspended, revoked or'
expired license. Bond was set at
$2,500 and he was released Dec.
16.
Charles Lee Johns, 33, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 16 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $2,000
and he was released Dec. 16.
Amber Nicole Lawson, 22,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 15
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pec. 16.
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Bradford deputies for possession
of drugs, possession of marijua-
na and possession of drug equip-
ment. Bond was set at $15,000
and he was released Dec. 15.
Littissa Christine Mason, 28,
oif Starke was arrested Dec. 14
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired..
license. Bond was set at $500
and she was released Dec. 14.
Lanny Dean McCauley, 44,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 11.
by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of marijuana and DUI.
Bond was set at $10,000 and he
remained in jail at press time.
Jonathan P. McConnell, 27,
of Green- Cove Springs was ar-.
rested Dec. 17 by Starke police
for driving with a suspended, re-
voked or expired license. Bond
was set at $500 and he was re-
leased Dec. 17..
Brian Shea McDonald, 45, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 14 by
Bradford deputies for a proba-
tion violation. He remained in
jail at press time.
Daniel Minchew, 50, of Key-
stone Heights was arrested Dec.
16 by Clay deputies for. petit
theft.
Jason'Paul Morgan, 33, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 12 by
Bradford deputies for a proba-,
tion violation. Bond was set. at
$1,000 and he was released Dec.
14.
Barry Layne Moore; 50, of
Hampton was arrested Dec.
15 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. He was re-
leased Dec. 15.
Sidney Michelle Moore, 24,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 16
by Starke police for aggravated
battery. Bond was set at $10,000
and she remained in jail at press
time.
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a probation violation. Bond was
set at $6,000 and she remained
in jail at press time.
Joshua Kevin Pelham, 22, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 16 by
Bradford deputies for a proba-
tion violation. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he-was released Dec.
16.
Annalisa Phillips, 43, of Mel-
rose was arrested Dec. 17 by
Clay deputies for battery.
LatashaC. Neil,23,of Gaines-
ville was arrested Dec. 12 by
.Bradford deputies for larceny.
Bond was set at $4,500 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Joseph Bernard Ray, 39, of
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.
11 by Bradford deputies for pos-
session of cocaine. Bond was set
at $15,000 and he remained in
jail at press time.
Torrence Reed, 19, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 9 by
Union deputies for fraud.


Katerra Marie Riley; 31, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 15 by
Starke police for a probation
violation. She remained in jail at
press time.
Susan Rehberg Smith, 50, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 13 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and she was released Dec. 13.
Raymond Pernell Tyson, 53,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 13
by Starke police for a condition-
al release violation. He remained
in jail at press time.
Lindsey Ann Templeton, 27,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 16
by Bradford deputies'for a pro-
bation violation. She remained
in jail at press time.
Ashley Nicole Thompkins,
24, of Lawtey was arrested Dec.
15 by Bradford deputies for lar-
ceny. She was released Dec. 15.
Narcie McKinney Walker, 39,
of Lawtey was arrested Dec. 11'


by Bradford deputies for with-
holding support. Bond was set at
$270 and she was released Dec.
12.
: Joseph Parnell Williams, 55,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 14
by Starke police for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $1,000
and he was released Dec. 15.
Patty Sue Williams, 36; of
Starke was arrested Dec. t7-by
Starke police for a probation vi-
olation. Bond was set at $1,000
and she was released Dec. 17.
Jennifer R. Williamson, 28, of
Hawthorne was arrested Dec. 15
by Bradford deputies for with-
holding support. Bond was set
at $2,500 and she was released
Dec. 15.
Michel Andrea Kay Zukoski,
20, of Hampton was arrested
Dec. 15 by Bradford deputies for
a probation violation. Bond was
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idna Baker
STARKE- Edna Fay (Punkin)
aker, 54, of Starke, died on Dec.
6, 2012. at Shands University of
florida Medical Center. 'She had
leen in an auto accident a couple of
'ays before her.death. She was born
in Homestead, living most of her
ae in Starke. She was the daughter
a` the late Jesse J. and Bessie Rice
Baker. She was preceded in death
)>? sisters Kathryn Bowe and Mary
M.. .._ She was a homemaker and a
icmber of Air-Park Baptist'Church
(.I Sijrke.
She is survived by: daughter, Lee
Coleman of Starke; sons Robert
(Brittany) Coleman of Hawthorne,
..and Christopher (Justina) Coleman,
of Starke; brothers Tommy Baker,
Eddie Baker, Jay Baker and Ron-
nie Baker, all of Starke; sister Julia
Smith of Starke; and six grandchil-
dren. "
A celebration of life will be held
Sunday, Dec. 23, at 2 p.m. at the
home of Julia Smith; 610 Melton
Terrace, in Starke. Arrangements
Pare under care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

*Randall
"Branham
LAKE CITY-Randall Blake
'"RB" Branham, 60, of Lake City,
'Clied on Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012.
,-te was born in Detroit, where he
Opttended Chadsey High School and
'then enlisted in the U.S. Army. He
-moved to the Lake Butler area and
began his career with the Florida
department of Corrections in 1978,
retiring as a correctional officer col-
,onel in 2008 after 30 years of ser-
S4ice. He is preceded in death by: his
father, Walter Branham.
He is survived by: his wife,
"Amanda Branham; son Robert Bra-
nham; daughter Belinda "Amber"
* Carter; step-daughter Alyssa Mon-
temayor; and three grandchildren.
SMemorial services will be held
at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 21, in
the chapel of Gateway-Forest Lawn
Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers,
the family asks that donations in his
memory be made to the Christmas
Dream Machine, 109 S.E. Price
Creek Loop, Lake City, FL 32025.
.Gateway-Forest Lawn Funeral
Home in Lake City is in charge of
arrangements.


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Annie Dukes
RESTON, VA.-Annie Ruth
Welch Dukes, 85, died on Dec. 4,
2012, in Cameron Glen Care Center
in Reston, Va. AnNie Ruth was born
in Lake Butler to the "late Homer
and Ruth Richard Welch. She was
preceded in death by: her husband,
Van Dukes; and her sister, Lou-
ise Sigmon. She was employed at
her father's grocery store, Welch's
Grocery. She was a Sunday school
teacher at First Christian Church for
many years, where she was a mem-.
ber all of her life.
Sfie is survived by: daughters
Joyce (Paul) Gardiner of Herndon,
Va., Jean (Mike) Corbett of Green
Cove Springs and Karen (Marc
Johnson) Dukes of Raleigh', N.C.;
four grandchildren; and several
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Dec. 15 at First Christian Church
of Lake Butler, with Brother Ar-"
thur Peterson officiating. A private
burial was held at Dekle Cemetery
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler.

Serenity
Quinn Gartman
Serinity Quinn Gartman.died on
Wednesday, Dec. 12,2012, at North
Florida Regional Medical Center.
She was born on Dec. 12, 2012, at
S1:59 a.m. and weighed 4 pounds, 4
ounces, and was 16.75. inches long
with dark, brown hair and blue eyes.
She is the daughter of Herb Quinn
Gartman anid Jennifer Lyfin Gart-
man; sister to Coty; Megan, and
Chloe,; granddaughter of Joan Gart-
man and Pastor Ralph and Linda
Durham.
SA memorial service is planned
for a later date in January and will
be announced for friends and fam-
ily at a later date. The service will
be held at Faith Baptist Church in
SLake Butler.

MarjoQrie Lamb
STARKE-Marjorie .Jeanette
Lamb, 80, of Starke, died Dec. 17,
2012, At Windsor Manor .Nursing
Home. She was .born in New Smyr-
na Beach on Dec. 15,1932,to Clyde
- Melvin Wall and Lois Bennett-
Wall. Marjorie was a homemaker
and worked as a volunteer-at Starke
Elementary for many years, Marjo-
tie was preceded in death by: her
husband, Joseph Lamb.
She is survived by: daughters
Donna Greene of Starke and Sharon
Robinson of Manassas, Va.; son Joe
Lamb, Jr. of Jacksonville;- son-in-
law Bobby Peterson of Starke; five
grandchildren; and two great-grand-
children. -
Funeral services 'will be held


Thursday, Dec.. 20, at 2 p.m. at Ar-
chie Tanner Funeral Services\with
Reverend Al. Paulson Sr. officiat-
ing. Interment will follow at Crosby
Lake Cemetery. The family will
receive friends one hour prior to
the service at the funeral home. Ar-
rangements are under the care and
direction of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services.

Martha
Wingate-Scott
STARKE-Martha Ellen Wing-
ate-Scott, 69, of Starke, died Dec..
10, 2012, at her residence. She was
born in Doerun, Ga., on Feb. 8,
1943, to the late William Wilson
Wingate Sr. and Valerie Carver-
Wingate. Martha was a member of
Bradford Baptist Church. She was
preceded in death by: husband, T.D.
Scott; four brothers; and one sister.
She is survived by: sons Danny
Scott and Tracy (Wanda) Scott of
Starke; brother Phillip Wingate;
twin sister Marjorie McDaniel; sis-
ters Cathy Gibbons, Mary' Pruiett,.
Carolyn Watson and Jeanette. Por-
ter; three grandchildren; and three
great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held
on Saturday, Dec. 22, at 3 p.m. at
Bradford Baptist Church with Rev.
Rick Jackson officiating. Arrange-
ments are'under the care,and direc-'.
tion of Archie Tanner Funeral Ser-
vices.


Margaret Smith
Margaret Smith
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Mar-
garet R. Smith, 89, of Keystone
Heights passed away Wednesday,
Dec. 12, 2012, at her residence.
Mrs. Smith was born on May 16,
1923, in Jacksonville to the late Sid-
ney Charles and Kathryn-(Barley)
Rountree and moved 'to Keystone
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Heights in 1988 from Jacksonville.
Prior to retirement, she worked as
a manager for Blue Cross Insur-
ance Company. She was a member
of Freedom Baptist. Church, was a
longtime children's Sunday school
teacher for First Baptist Church of
Keystone Heights, enjoyed garden-
ing, loved flowers and plants and
had other hobbies.
Margaret "as preceded in death
by: her grandson, Dean; and her
brother, Glenn'Alva Rountree. Sur-
vivors are: her husband of 70 years,
William Alt9n Smith Sr. of Key-
stone Heighis; children Judy (Ken)
Sarbu of Middleburg, Terrance
Lee (Kathy) Smith Sr. of Keystone
Heights, William A. "Bill" (Linda)
Smith Jr. of Jacksonville and Gayle.
(Julian) Ditto of Port St. Lucie;
grandchildren Kristin, Jodi, Greg,
Lee, Adam, Jeff, April arid Holly;
great-grandchildren Tripp, Josh,.
Layla, Giada and Asher.
Funeral services were held at
Freedom Baptist Church on Dec.
15. Interment followed in Keystone
Heights C6metery with Pastor Ken
Herring officiating. Arrangements
were by Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home in Keystone Heights. -
PAID OBITUARY

Linda Troxel
ORANGE PARK-Linda Joyce


Troxel, 60, died Thursday, Dec. 13,
2012, in Orange Park. Ms. Troxel
was born on June 2, 1952, in Bris-
tol, Tenn., to Jerry R. Troxel Sr. and
Hazel Elizabeth Jones Troxel. Prior
to retirement, she worked in retail
sales. "
She is survived by: children Kelly
(David) Messer, Kimberly (Shakeel)


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Tornadoes drop close wrestling

match to St. Augustine


SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
-- ;:Regional News/Sports Editor
''' Bradford wrestlers had some
dominating performances
despite an overall team loss to
visiting St. Augustine on Dec.
)3.
SThe Tornadoes had to forfeit
tour weight classes to St.
Augustine, which wound up


giving the Yellow Jackets a 42-
39 win. Bradford, however, won
six of the nine classes in which
both schools fielded wrestlers.
Two0Bradford wrestlers pinned
their opponents in less than a
minute, with Jarraid Forsyth
dispatching of his opponent in
just 2 seconds.Tim Kohl pinned
his opponent in 59 seconds.


Three other wrestlers earned
their wins by pins, with Shane
Kahaukua-Lodivero doing so in
1:35, Phillip James in 1:43 and
Brandon Funderburk in 1:46.
Antonio Butler also recorded a
win for the Tornadoes, defeating
his opponent by a 7-2 score.


Bradford's Antonio Butler attempts to pin his opponent as the referee looks on.



Lake Area McDonald's, Kiwanis

tourney starts Dec. 20 at BHS


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I Bradford's Ivy Padgett (bottom) takes his opponents the mat.
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
An eight-team field, including
host Bradford and Union Coun-
ty, will take part in the fourth
annual Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament, hosted
by the Kiwanis Club of Starke.
The boys' basketball tourna-
ment starts Thursday, Dec. 20,
and runs through Saturday, Dec.
22. Daily admission is $5.
Besides Bradford and Union,
the tournament will "feature
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BHS girls
iimprove to
.6-0 in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
0, Nyasia Davis scored 25 points
Jiand grabbed 12 rebounds to help
N'the Bradford. girls' basketball
team defeat host Williston 64-37
Jon Dec. 14 and improve to 6-0 in
;-District 5-4A.
i The Tornadoes, who improved
.to 6-3 overall, outscored the Red
c.Devils 34-16 in the first half.
Davis also added four steals
;and three blocks, while Tracey
iKemp had 15 points, four steals
and four assists. Taquandra Diggs
scored 10 points and had four
Steals, while Mackenzie Gault
?led Bradford with six steals.
-Quanisha Allen added eight
*-point-. --- --

. Score by Quarter
BHS: 17 17 14 .16-64
SWHS: 5 11 -7 14-37

= Bradford scoring (64): Allen 8,
Davis 25, Diggs 10, Kemp 15,
SLennon 6. 3-pointers: Kemp 3.
- Free throws: 9-14.

SEarlier result;

^ Baker 71 BHS 55
" Davis and Kemp combined
Sto score 40 points, but it wasn't-
Senough-in a 71-55 loss to Baker
-. County on Dec. 10 in Glen St.
M Mary.
S. Davis led the team in points
; and rebounds with 24 and 15,
Respectively. Kemp scored
'.16 points and also had seven
j assists.
I, Allen scored nine points, while
Tiana Sheffield grabbed eight
rebounds.

S Score by Quarter
SBHS: 9 17 1_6 13-55
SBaker: 15 28 13 15-71

SBradford scoring (55): Allen'
9, Davis 24, Diggs 4, Kemp 16,
Sheffield 2. 3-pointers: Kemp 3.
SFree throws: 4-7.

| Bradford
Slifters 1 win
| away from
sweeping meet

S BYi CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford won every weight
R class but one in a 64-13 win over
Visiting Interlachen in a girls'
Weightlifting meet on Dec. 13.
Bradford had second-place
lifteis in every weight class but
Four, and .five classes had Brad-
Sford lifters taking both first and
second place.
S Earning first-place finishes for
: the Tornadoes were: Luci Hamn
With a 155-pound total (80-pound
Bench press, 75-pound clean and
,' jerk) in the 101-pound class;
Karen Clark with a 195 total
- (95, 100) in the 110 class; Ha-
ley Tieken with a 210 total (105,
'| 105) in the 119 class; Makayla
| Proctor with a 195 total (100,95)
Sin the 139 class; Haley Sampson
Switch a 205 total (90, 115) inthe
154 class;'Ryann Clemons'with


a 200 total (95, 105) in the 169
class; Heather Johnson with a
225 total (115, 110) in the 183
class; Brooke Shireman with
a .190 total (90, 100) in the 199
class; and Samantha Cook with a
450 total (225,225) in the unlim-
ited class.
SPlacing second for Bradford
were: Amanda Young with a 150
total (75,75) in the 101 class; Al-
lison Scott with a 180 total (80,
100) in the 110 class; Christin
Hopkins with a 200 total (95,
105) in the 119 class; Autumn
Rodgers with a 185 total (80,
105) in the 129 class; Ashlan
Clark with a 195 total (80, 115)
in the 154 class; and Angela
Byrd with a 185 total (90, 95) in
the 183 class.
Brandi Ni.hols earned a third-
place finish in the 129 class with
a 180 total (80, 100).

Tornadoes
defeat KH-HS
lifters 64-25
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford won eight weight
classes and had seven second-
place finishes in a 64-25 win in a
girls' weightlifting meet against
Keystone Heights.
Placing first for the Tornadoes
were: Luci Hamn (101-pound
class) with a 145-pound total (75
bench press, 70 clean and jerk),
Haley Tieken (119) with a 210
Total (105, 105), Brandi Nichols
(129) with a 180 total (80, 100),
Ashton Johns (139) with a 145
total (70, 75), Haley Samps6n
(169) with a 195 total (85, 110),


Yonge, Potter's House Chris-
tian and two out-of-state teams:
Landmark Christian from Fair-
burn, 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 champi-
onship trophy," Bradford head
coach Traavis Chandler said.
Play begins on Thursday, Dec.
20. Game 1 features Landmark
Christian and Mount Dora play-
ing at 4 p.m., while Game 2


pits Holy Cross against Potter's
House Christian at 5:30 p.m.
Union will tale on P.K. Yonge
in Game 3 at 7 p.m., followed
by Bradford against Matanzas in
Game 4 at 8:30 p.m.
On Friday, Dec. 21, the losers
of Game 1 and Game 3 will play
at 4 p.m.; followed by the losers
of the other two games at 5:30
p.m. The Game 1 and Game 2
winners will-play at 7 p.m., fol-
lowed by the Game 3 and Game

See TOURNEY, 9B


Heather Johnson (183) with a
215 total (110,105), Haley Swleat
(199) with a 220 total (120, 100)
and Samantha Cook (unlimited)
with a 440 total (220,220).
Two Keystonie lifters won their
respective classes: Jealyn Miller
(110) with a 220 total (110, 110)
and Trina Sessions (154) with a
200 total (85,115).
Second-place finishers for
Bradford were: Amanda Young
(101) with a 145 total (75, 70),
Karen Clark (1.10) with a 180
total (85, 95), Christin Hopkins
(119) with a 185 total (90,95),
Autumn Rodgers (129) with a
175 total (80,95), Makayla Proc-.
tor (154) with a 185 total (95,
90), Ryann Clemons (169) with.
a 190 total (90, 100) and Angela
Byrd (183) with a 185 total (90,
95).
Taking second for Keystone
were: Jolene Miller (139) with a
145 total (75,70), Ashley Loud-
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80) and-Morganrr Boettcher (un-
limited) with a 430 total (210,
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Bradford had three lifters fin-
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Clark (154) with a 185 total (75,
110) and Brooke Shireman (199)
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Jimmy Raley poses with one of the murals he painted on the G Dorm walls. This one
depicts a Vietnam scene.


DORM
Continued from 3B

One of those people was
Classification Officer Linda
Clance, who lost her brother to
war. Veterans of all types are
close to Clance's heart, "ad once
the idea of a veterans' dorm was
mentioned, she began working
hard to help establish it. Because
of her efforts, she was asked
to,. be the guest speaker at the
ceremony Nov. 14.
Clance said the dorm has
become very important to these
inmate veterans. "For these
veterans, this represents a sense
of pride and accomplishment
that will follow them always.
Once you step inside this dorm,
you can feel their military pride
about the place," she said.
She compared the vision that
7created-the veterans' dorm to the
.Yision that created the Vietnam
.Wahll-both started with an idea
from one person that was shaped
with intense determination
,and hard work. The Vietnam
'Wall has touched the lives of
thousands of veterans and their
families. Clance said she hopes


Gary Payne also painted some of the artwork that
decorates the walls. This is another Vietnam scene in-
volving a helicopter picking up troops.


the: veterans' dorm will also
touch lives, even though on a
much smaller scale.
"The vision to start these
veterans' dorms to assist the
incarcerated has done a great
deal for them and we hope that
this, too, will continue to touch
others in the future. Their dorm
will help to rebuild character
and self-esteem."


She said that many of the G
Dorm veterans served in Vietnam
and returned to meet people who.
scorned them instead ofhonoring
them. "Their pride in service to
their country was over shadowed
by the events of that era," said
Clance, "Finally, they are getting
some of the recognition that was
denied them in the past."
To the inmates, she said, "As
I read the list of medals awarded
to this group of veterans, I could
,not help ,but think that .you have
a right to hold your head up with
dignity."
She urged them to take their
Memories and go into the future.
"Do not live in the past, but
celebrate your service time. Let
this be an experience to move
you toward your future in a
positive manner," she said.
As part of the ceremony, three
veteran inmates and one of the
G Dorm officers recounted the
.core values of the four branches
of the American military.
Region II's Regional Director
Chris Southerland,' Assistant
'Regional Director Duane Spears
and all of the supervisory staff


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the ceremony. Following the
ceremony several people stayed
to tour the dorm and speak at
length with the inmates housed
there and the officers who work
in the area.
The following staff members
were commended for their hard
work in helping to found the
veterans' dorm prograrii'at UCI:
Lt.. T.T. Robinson, sergeants
Leslie Crews, Mary Lyons and
Deborah Smith, officers Rachelle
Parrish, Mary Goodge, James
McClain and Bobby Greene, and
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1 Fins, Fur & Tails
t By Mickey Agner X


Fishing report,
feral hogs and
Ernest Grider
With the recent rain, winter's
fish bite continues to develop
despite a lag in the cold weather.
Joey Tyson of Bald Eagle Bait
and Tackle in Keystone Heights
says his Missouri Minnow sales
continue to improve, suggesting
more strength in the '-crappie
bite.
Between the submission and
publication of this article, the.:
Florida Bass. Network held a
tournament at Sampson Lake,
and the Bradford Bassmasters
Club held its winter's planning
meeting. Information on the
Bradford Bassmasters can
be found online at www.
bradfordbassmasters.com.
(Results of the Florida Bass
Network tournament and the
Bradford Bassmasters Club
meeting will be reported next
week.)
. Let us talk about hog hunting
Yfor just a minute. During the first
three days that Camp Blanding
,was open this hunting season,
,20 feral hogs were checked out.
,These ubiquitous hogs are not
'your typical farm-raised Duroc
hogs. While some domestic color
can be recognized in a few of
the recently released or'escaped
feral"' swine, a large number,
*s, per William M. Giuliano
,vith IFAS at the University of
Florida, will carry a,significant
'degree of genetic resemblance to
,the Eurasian wild boars that are
'native to Northern and Central
Europe.
While these hybrid hogs
retain the ferocity, tusks and
fur of their wild relatives, many
maintain the size of the domestic
hogs. Feral' hogs weighing
over 1,000 pounds have been
killed in Alabama, Georgia and
Florida, giving rise to names
like "Hogzilla" -and "Hog
Kong." To. this day, it is legal to
import wild boars into Floricda
Sand Mississippi, as long as they
are placed into privately fenced
iclubs- that typically advertise
and charge for the challenge of
i hunting wild boars. The obvious
Answer to the genetic mixture of
- the wild hogs is that some of the
wild cousins escaped or were
released. ,
SLet there rb ubt, these.,
i wild, hybrid ne t't millions
'of dollars in damage across the
United States. Mississippi State -
University estimated in 2011 that
ithe annual total United States
I farm and environmental damage
Sto conservatively be about $1.5
i billion. Today, as many farmers
Fence their crops to keep the
,wild hogs out as to keep cattle


IKeystone boys
,improve to 12-

'1-1 in soccer
SBY CLIFF SMELLEY
I Reizional New/'nnrtv Editnr


Wyatt Graziano scored a goal
and assisted on another as the'
Keystone Heights boys' soccer
team defeated St. Francis 2-1 on
Dec. 14 in Gainesville.
The Indians (12-1-1 prior to
Dec. 18) scored both of their
goals in the first half. Cory Hed-
ding scored off of the Graziano
-assist in the sixth minute, while
Graziano scored on an assist from
.Matt Crane in the 23rd minute.
'Logan Stanley, who .has
,stepped in at goalie because of an
'injur) to Eric Wood, continued
'his strong play, making several
:saves and not giving up a goal
until the 65"' minute.
'X The St. Francis goal was just
!ithe ninth the Indians have al-
lowed all season.
i Prior to playing St. Francis,
'Keystone hosted District 5-2A
*opponent P.K. Yonge. Hedding
'scored' three goals, while Crane
':and Juan Grimaldo each scored
,two in an 8-0 win that improved
Ithe Indians' district record to
8-0.'
Hedding scored the first goal
' in the fourth minute off of an
,assist from Zac Fairbanks. Hed-
ding then assisted on a goal by
'iGrimaldo approximately five
,,minutes later.
SGrimaldo assisted on a goal
,by Craig Graff in the 29"' min-
ute before scoring himself on a
,,free kick from approximately 25
yards out in the 32n minute.
SHedding scored the first two
Goals of the second half, convert-
ing on a penalty kick and later
scoring on an assist from Grazia-
5no. Crane then scored two goals
,in a row on assists from Graziano
-and Grimaldo in the 55th and 60"'
; minutes'.
It was the seventh shutout of
Uthe season for Keystone and. the
Fourth posted by Stanley.


SErnest Grider suits-up Snoopy for his contact sport as
Biscuit stands on his back legs waiting his turn.


in. Likewise, Florida has a larger
feral hog population than any
other state other .than.Texas.
The old saying is that one,
man's trash is another man's
treasure, and so it is with hog
hunters across Florida. When.
regular hunting season stops,
hog hunters continue- to hunt
year round. This is a privilege
that Florida, like many other
state, grants in an effort to
reduce the population of feral
hogs. Additionally, Florida and
Georgia allow feral hogs to be
taken at night with spotlights.
Probably no one in Northeast
and North Central Florida is more
dedicated to the sport of hog
hunting than Ernest Grider, who
lives on Griffis Loop in Bradford
County. Grider maintains a
kennel of approximately 19
dogs. He has several hounds-
the others are Cracker, curs-
and-he orders 17 50-pound bags
of dog food monthly. His dogs
are maintained in chain-linked
kennels with concrete floors.
Grider traps' some of his hogs
and takes some with dogs. He
carries a transport license that
allows him to transport hogs live
and sell only to fenced hunting
clubs. or. Io managed pens. He,,
hunts some (eased, private
property, removes nuisance hogs
from farming areas and, until the
federal government took over the
contracting rights, he contracted
with state parks to remove
nuisance hogs. He frequently
uses the modified. and custonr-
made hunting buggy shown in
the accompanying photograph.


The Indians played Middle-
burg this past Tuesday and will
host district opponent Santa Fe
on Thursday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m.

Union girls


lose by 2 td
Columbia
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Snorts Editor


Visiting Columbia outscored
the Union County girls' basketball
team 23-10 in the second half,
handing the Tigers a 38-36 loss
on Dec. 17.
The Tigers (2-7 prior to Dec.
18) held a 26-15 lead at the half.
wTeyona Jenkins led a Union
Switch 15 points, while also adding
seven rebounds and seven steals.
Coirtney Walsh had 10 points,
while Janisha 'Jones grabbed
eight rebounds.
Union played District 7-IA
opponent Dixie County this past
Tuesday and will host Keystone
Heights on Thursday, Dec. 20, at
6 p.m.


Score by Quarter
CHSi 7 8
UCHS: 18' 8


9-38
2-36


Union scoring (36); Cobb 6,
Jackson 3, Jenkins 15, Jones 2,
Walsh 10. 3-pointers: Jacksop,
Cobb 2. Free throws: 5-12.

Earlier results:
Oak Hall 55 UC 27
Jenkins and Cobb scored 13
and eight points, respectively,
in the Tigers' 55-27 loss to Oak
Hall on Dec. 11 in Gainesville.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 6 5 5 11-27
OH: 14 14 19 8-55

Union scoring (27):, Cobb 8,
Jenkins 13, Jones 4, Walsh 2.
3-pointers: Cobb. Free throws:
4-12.


The vehicle will make its wa
through most of Florida'
geography and provides a
elevated field 'of vision for hir
and several privileged dogs.
Grider credits his father, Ro
Grider, with his initial interest i
hog hunting. Although his fathe
does 'not pursue hog hunting
as avidly as in previous years
Grider proudly notes that hi
.father did 'earn a large article-i
"Full Cry" magazine, a magazine
dedicated to dog hunting an
still in publication,
Rider enjoys talking aboui
his dogs. He has used some c
the pit bull breed, but does n(
like their disposition around
people and other dogs. Today, hi
kennel is composed of hofiinc
Sand Cracker curs. The onl
exception is Snoopy (shown i
the attached photograph), wh
is an American bulldog/Cracke
cur mix. Grider says that th
only thing he has to worry aboi
,with his kids and his dogs is tha
the dogs will jump up on then
get them dirty and lick them 1
death.
Grider is employed fulltimi
with UPS, but is available
anyone needs help with fern
,..h~ g s.,,. ...... .... ,.
Keep your lines tight and hui
safely until next week.
If you have a story, idea o
photo to share, please conta.
Mickey Agner via email
mkeithag@gmail.com. Photo
may also be submitted
person at the Bradford Coun
Telegraph, Union County Time
or Lake Region Monitor.


UC 35 Chiefland 3,1
The Tigers got a near double
double from Jenkins in impro'
ing to 2-1 in District 7 with a 3:
31 win over visiting Chieflar
on Dec. 13.
Jenkins scored 13 points ar
grabbed nine rebounds, while als
adding five steals., Keyamb.
Cobb had six rebounds.
/ It was the second straight di
strict win for the Tigers.

Score by Quarter


CHS:
UCHS:


SUnion boys
beat Chiefland
for 3-0 district
start
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Keldric Bradley 'and Shaimea
Maeweather combined to score
35 points as the Union County
boys' basketball team won
its fourth straight game and
improved to 3-0 in District 7-1A
with a 62-59 win over visiting
Chiefland onDec. 13.
The Tigers (5-4 prior to Dec.
18) outscored the Indians 31-21
in the first half.
Bradley led the team with
18 points, while also adding
six rebounds and five assists.
Maeweather scored 17 points
and had seven rebounds and six
assists.
SAustin Dukes grabbed a team-
high 10 rebounds, while Geordyn
Green scored eight points.
Union played district opponent
Dixie County this past Tuesday
and will play in the fourth
annual Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament, hosted
by the Kiwanis Club of Starke at
SBradford High School Thursday'
y through Saturday, Dec. 20-
s 22. (See related story for more
n details.)
n
Score by Quarter
n CHS: 12 9 17 21-59
n UCHS: 20 11 12 19-62
,r
SUnion scoring (76): C. Alex-
is ander 7, Prince Alexander 6,
n Bradley 18, Dukes 6, Green 8,
e' Maeweather 17. 3-pointers: C.
d. Alexander," Maeweather. Free
throws: 12-18.
it

ot Tigers defeat
id.'
-s Keystone
Is
y boys 64-45
in
0 BY CLIFF SMELLEY
er inal Nws/nrt ditr
- Regional News/Snorts Editor


ut Union County put together
at 21-poiht second and fourth
n, quarters en route to defeating
to Keystone Heights 64-45 in a
boys' basketball matchup on
le Dec. 11 in Keystone.
if'. The Tigers trailed by two after
al the first quarter, but outscored
the"Indians'21-l'0"in-the second
quianer' f6r "'a iepoint' lea' .
or Union increased its lead by two
ct before outscoring Keystone 21-
at 13 in the fourth quarter.
is Keldric Bradley led the Tigers
in with 17 points, while Shaimea
ty Maeweather had 15 to go along
es with five assists and 'five steals.
Carl Alexander and Austin Dukes
each had five rebounds, while
Geordyn Green had four assists.
Keystone was led by Darein
e- Gilio's 11 points, while Chris
v- 'Gillen and Robbie Kerr scored
5- nine and eight, respectively.
nd
Score by Quarter
so UCHS: 10 21 ,12 21-64
re KHHS: 12 10 10 13-45

S-


TOURNEY
Continued from 7B

4 winners playing each other at
8:30 p.m.
The Saturday, Dec. 22, sched-
ule will consist of the seventh-
place 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. Mar-s
Parrish of Annapolfis, Md., -56-
40. Gainesville won each of it
tournament games by an aQ-
age of 16 points, defeating 'f.
Augustine and Broach 61-45
and 56:39, respectively, prior'JO
playing St. Mary's.
JI' .


11 2' 8 10-31
13 4 6 12-35


Union scoring (35): Cobb 3,
.Jenkins 13, Jones 6, Roberts 2,
Slocum 4, Walsh 7. 3-pointers:
Walsh. Free throws: 6-13.



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Scoring
Union (64): C. Alexander 5,
Princeton Alexander 7, Bradley
17, Dukes 6,.Edwards 5, Green.
2, Maeweather 15, Mosher 7.
3-pointers: Edwards,' Mosher.
Free throws: 4-8.

Keystone (45): Gilio 11, Gillen
9, Hutchinson 4, Kerr 8, Nicholas
7, Smith 6. 3-pointers: Nicholas.
Free throws: 6-9.

Bradford boys
fall to 2-2
in district
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Host Williston outscored the
Bradford b6ys' basketball team
16-6 in the third quarter to erase
a six-point deficit and eventually
defeat the Tornades 62-57 in a
District 5-4A matchup on Dec.
14.
The Tornadoes (4-3 prior to
Dec. 18) have now lost three
straight and are 2-2 against
district opponents.
Deanritre Burch scored 24
points to lead Bradford, while
Justin .McBride and Brian
Walton scored 13 and 11 points,
respectively. Walton also had
five assists and four steals, while
Lyndell Hampton grabbed eight
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Christmas Tournament, hosted:
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Thursday through'Saturda3, Dec:;
20-22. (See related story for
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Score by Quarter '
BHS: 22 11 6 18-57
WHS: 16 11 16 19-62.'

Bradford scoring (57): Aldridge.
7, Burch 24, Hampton 2. McBride;
13, Walton 11. 3-pointers-
Aldridge, Burch 2. Free throWs-
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Ed White 75 BHS 64''
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six assists, while Hampton hgd
seven rebounds.

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EWHS: 22 12 19 22-75.

Bradford scoring (75): Aldridge.
6, Ardley 5, Burch 7, Grimrsley'2;
Hampton 6, McBride 20, Walton
16. 3-pointers: Burch, Waltorb
Free throws: 10-18. .


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INDEX


40 Notice 57
41 Vehicles Accessories 58
42 Motor Vehicles 59
43 RV's & Campers 60
44 Boats 61
45 'Land for Sale 62
46 Real Estate Out of Area 63
47 Commercial Property 64
S Rent, Lease, Sale 65
48 Homes for Sale 66
49 Mobile Homes for Sale 67
50 For Rent 68
51 Lost/Found 69
52 Animals & Pets 70
3 Yard Sales 72
1 4 Keystone Yard Sales 73
5 Wanted 74
56 Trade or Swap


For Sale
Building Materials
Personal Services
Secretarial Services
Scriptures
Vacation/Travel
Love Lines
Business Opportunity
Help Wanted ;
Investment Opportunity.
Hunting Land for Rent
Carpet Cleaning
Food Supplements
Self Storage
Sporting Goods
Farm Equipment
Computers & Computer
Accessories


NOTICE

EARLY DEADLINE

&ue to the holidays advertising deadline for
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
UNION COUNTY TIMES
LAKE REGION MONITOR
for all advertisements will be
FRIDAY, DEC. 21"sT @ 5:00 PM
and
MONDAY, DEC. 31st@ 12:00 NOON


40
SNotices
1ARLY PUBLICATION
DATE FOR CHRISTMAS
HOLIDAY WEEK. CLAS-
FRIDAY DECEMBER 21,
S2012, BY5:PM. CLOSED
"DECEMBER 24TH & 25.
.ALSO EARLY DEAD-
LINE FOR NEW YEAR'S
WEEK, DEADLINE IS
DECEMBER 31ST, BY
12NOON. CLOSED NEW
-YEAR'S DAY'
CLASSIFIED ADVERTIS-
ING should be'siubmitted
-to the Starke office in
.writing & paid in advance
,. unless credit has already
"been established with
this office. A $3.00 SER-
VICE CHARGE will be
added to all billings-to
cover postage & handling.
THE CLASSIFIED STAFF
.CANNOT BE HELD RE-
SPONSIBLE FOR MIS-
''TAKES IN CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISINGS TAKEN
OVER THE P.HONE.
Deadline is Tuesday
,,-at 12 noon prior to that
' Thursday's publication.
Minimum charge is $9.50
for the first 20 words,
then 20 cents per word
thereafter.
"EQUAL HOUSING OP-
PORTUNITY. All real
Estate advertising.in this.
new" pajferis 9sunfc6t to"
the Federal Fair Housing
Act of 1968 which makes
it illegal to advertise "any
preference, limitation' or
discrimination based on
race, color, religion, sex
or national origin, or an in-
tention to make any such
preference* limitation or
discrimination." Familial
status includes children
under the age of 18 living
.with parents or legal cus-
-todians, pregnant women
- and people securing cus-
.;'tody of children under
-n 18. This newspaper will
,- i-advertising for real estate
t-'which is in violation of
the law. Our readers
are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised
-in this newspaper are
available on an equal
opportunity basis. To
.complain of discrimina-
,:tion, call HUD toll-free at
.1-800-669-9777, the toll-

Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
Move-in Special
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments.- Central adc
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet" atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
illas Dr., Starke, FL or call
b04-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711 "This institution is an
e-ual opportunity provider
nd employer."


free telephone number
for the hearing impaired
is 1-800-927-9275. For
further information call
Florida Commission on
Human Relations, Lisa
Sutherland 850-488-7082
ext #1005.
42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
2008 FORD EDGE SUV. 5
door. All power, includes
open/close hatch. Roof
rack, leather, run great.
$16,000 private owner.
904-964-8394.1
45
Land for Sale
LAND FOR SALE. 3.5 acres
Sw/septic. Just outside
Starke city limits. $21,900.
Cal 352-260-2451, for
more information.
47
Commerical
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
FOR RENT, Behind Powell's
Tastee Freeze, 3,500 sq.
ft. $2,300/mo. ware-
house/office 3,200 sq.
ft.- $850/mo.Office space
2,700 sq. ft.-.$1800/
molndustral Park office/
warehon'Le 3 000 sq ft
$.. S I c. mr, Warer,.:,u e._l.
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mo.Edwards Road office
space 900 sq. ft. -$600/
mo. smithh & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
FOR RENT office building
good location downtown
Starke. Large enough for
5 to 6 individual offices.
Call 904-364-9022.
FOR SALE, downtown office
building..Downstairs office
space for 5+6 person of-
fice. Upstairs office nicely.
done. This is one of the
nicest building's down-
town. Sale $129,000,
cash'or terms. Call 904-
364-9022.
FOR RENT, rental space on
Walnut St. $350/mo. For
additional information call
904-364-9022.. .
FOR RENT, Store front on
US. 301. Fruit stand,detail
shop, car lot etc. For ad-
ditional information call/
904-364-9022. '
743 S. WALNUT ST., Starke
4064 sf Office Space and
/ Or day care center. Can
be subdivided. $5-$7/
sf. No CAM. Prorata for
utilities. Call Mika (352)
359-6047.
49
Mobile Homnes
For Sale
100% FINANCING on new
4BR/2BA Modular Home
on 1 acre. $725/mo. Flex-
ible financing 904-589-
9585.
MANUFACTURED Home,
HUD, foreclosures.Re-
modeled with new appli-
ances, carpet, paint. Low
down payment and pay-
ments starting at $575/
mo. 904-589-9585.
EVERYTHING INCLUD-
ED, New modular home.
Completely furnished with
washer & dryer. Call.to
qualify for our zero down
program 904-589-9585.
NEWLY RENOVATED Triple
wide, on 'one acre. New
well, carpet, metal roof,
vinyl siding, large wooden
deck. Owner financing.
Call Bill 352-745-0094.
Must See.
USED SINGLE WIDE, like
new, very. clean. Starting
@ $16,900 set up. Call
904-259-4663.WAY N E-
\FRIERMACCLENNY.
COM
VERY SOLID! Used Jacob-
sen, very clean. 28x66
3BR/2BA. $28,500. Setup
with AC. Call 904-259-
4663.WAYNEFRIER-
MACCLENNY.COM
LIKE NEW 2002 Horton
$37.500 set up with Ae,
Francn doors, new ap-


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,Helping our Families, Friends & Neighbors

Congratulations to

Becky Carter and Judie Palmer
On earning their.
Certified Distressed
Property Expert'
(CDPE) Designation,
erothey have learned how
to help homeowners
facing financial
hardships by
understanding their
individual circumstances
andhow to navigate
foreclosure alternatives, Judie Pmlmer
Becky Carter including short sales.
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pliances. Call 904-259-
4663.WAYNEFRIER-
MACCLENNYCOM
BEST DEAL OF THE YEAR.
2012 Models must go.
7 homes $10K off w/fur-
niture. 4 bedrooms for
$55K. Set up. Call 904-
259-4663.WAYNEFRIER-
MACCLENNY.COM
SELLING a Used mobile
home but having a hard
time getting what you
want? list it with Westgate
mobile homes and we will
get it financed, moved and
advertised with mass me-
dia at no cost to you.352-
378-2453.
I HAVE ONE OWNER fi-
nancing on new and used
mobile homes with a large
down payment and rent
to own on land / home
foreclosures Call Matt
386-697-6209.
OUT WITH the old home.
Trade for a new model
home at year end close-
out prices. 13th Street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
NEW 3BR/2BA, 1130 sq.
ft. $318/mo. 10% down.
W.A.C. Call Ricky 386-
418-0435.
RENT-TO-OWN better than
owner finance. 3BR/2BA,
home w/land. Rent now,
own later. Call 'Ricky @
386-418-0424. -
WE FINANCE, little or no
credit? 575 credit score
& 10% down or less than
w/equity? We owner fi-
nance. New 2,3,4, even
5/BR homes. 13th Street
Homes 386-418-0424.
YEAR END clearance sale.
Our best model homes dt
their best, lowest price!
Free furniture on select
models. 13th Street
-Homes 386-418-0424.
DEALER repos, bank repos.
Your land or ours. Let's
deal.. 13th Street Homes
386-418-0424.
REPO BUSTERS, New
2013'SVS at repo prices.
5 homes, save thousands
$. 13th St. Homes call for
details, 386-418-0424.
COST PLUS DOWN Inven,
tory closeouts. Our best
model homes at your best
deals: Year end pricing
on order homes. 13th St.
Homes call for details,
386-418-0424
CASH FOR USED
HOMES..... I need your
trades. Guaranteed top
Dollarr" 13th St. Homes
cell for details, 386-418-
0424.
$99 DOWN VA LOANS, on
your property, or land/
home packages. 13th St.
Homes call for details,
386-418-0424.


GOVERNMENT loans for
mobile homes. Limited
time only. EZ approval
over the phone. 904-772-
8031.
GOT LAND? 3,4,5 bed-
room homes. Starting
at $28,688. Will move
to your land. 904-772-
6941.
50
For Rent
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
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/for
rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
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,
Jacuzzi tub. 2 car ga-
rage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1050/mo.
$1,050/dep. Call'Dave
@352-473-3560.
2BR/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.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo. $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
473-0464.
3BR/2BA Fla. room, garage,
big yard. 1403 E Call St.
Starke. $750/mb. plus
deposit. Apply at 904-964-
8073 or 904-545-6096. '
LARGE 1BR/1BA, house
$525 per month, HWY.


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located in the Airport Industrial Park in
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open position:

Chemical Operator Trainees will be
trained to operate chemical production
processes. Qualified candidates must
possess ability to learn and follow
complex procedures in a team-based
environment, work outdoors, nights &
weekends (2/2/3 schedule). Pay $16.21/
hr with advancement opportunities. Must
possess GED or HS diploma. We offer
excellent benefits package including
medical/dental/vision/life insurance,
vacation, holidays, 401K, etc. Applicants
must pass physical and the Ready-to-
Work WorkKeys assessments from
your local Employ Florida or
FloridaWorks Center.

Applications (plus Ready-to-Work
results) must be submitted online at:
www.sivancellc. com/
careers.html
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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301 N., two miles south of
Lawtey, FPL, $25-$85 per
month, fenced yard, 1st&
last. 904-769-6020.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke. Free utilities,
direct TV. $110 per week.
Call Wayne, 352-258-
3039.
LAKE BUTLER APART-
MENTS, Accepting ap-
plications for HC and
non-HC. 1,2,3, & 4,BR.
This institution is an equal
,opportunity provider and
employer." 1005 SW 6th
St. Lake Butler, 32054.
TDD/TTY 711.Call 386-
496-3141.
BEAUTIFUL 4BR/3BA
house on Lake Brooklyn.
Large split level home,,
fireplace. Great for large
or extended family $999/
mo. First, last and security
deposit. Call or text 352-
494-3714.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME
in Hampton Lake area.
Water and garbage in-
cluded. $450/mo.. Call
352-468-3510.
KEYSTONE,', COUNTRY
Cottage, SR. 21 N.-ef-
ficiency kitchen. $450/mo.
Includes utilities and dish
TV.Clean, quite, mature
single only. References
and deposit. 352-478-
9569. *
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.
52
Animals and
Pets
WE BUY farm animals. Call
904-838-8069 or 904-
591-4191.
53A
Yard Sale
FRI. SAT. 9AM.-? at the
corner of SR. 16W& 706
MacMahon St. across
from Kangaroo.
BIG BIG YARD SALE, Sat.
9am.-lpm. 67350 CR.
229, A little bit of every-
thing.
KATHY'S HUGE SALE con-
tinues Thurs. Fri. Mon.
9am.-5pm. From Starke
16 West 5 miles turn on
229A, 1 mile.
HUGE MULTI FAMILY yard
sale. Fri. Sat. Sun. 8am.-
4pm. 9995 ProspectAve.
Hampton. W/D- comb.
farm equip, tools, Ford
tractor, 2x4 and 2x6 lurn-


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2 Bedroom

Townhome
$100 security
1/2 OFF lst &

2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Call Nita at

352-468-1971
TDD 800-955-9771


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ber, 16ft. landscape trailer,
mud and tractor tires. Lots
more. 352-278-0955
BIG SALE. Fr. 10am.-4pm.
FRK. Storage, on 301
Hampton. Look for signs.
53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Every Thurs. Fri. Sat. Sun.
Old post office building in
Worthington Springs, on
121. Collectibles, crafts,
toys. Lots more new and
used Christmas gifts. We
accept consignments
904-263-6639.
55
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
1938,39,40,41,42,45,4
6,48,49,50,54, and 65.
Any condition accepted,
so long as they are read-
able. Jeff Francis 727 424
1576 email gobucs13@
aol.com
57
SFor Sale
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 pow-
er chair, new wheels,
new batteries, new hand
controls. Good condi-
tion, $1995. Cal 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-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
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JULL
Continued from 1B

right up there with agriculture


and domesticating animals.
Evidence of weaving goes
back to Neolithic times, and it
was already an antique art by
as early as 1000 B.C., roughly
the beginning of the era of


the Christian Bible. There are
numerous references to the art
of weaving sprinkled throughout
both testaments.
Weaving is generally done on
a loom,, with threads loaded into


or threaded carefully' through
a series of slats, called reeds,
This pattern of vertical threads
is referred to as the warp. The
weaver then passes a shuttle
back and forth through the warp
to create the horizontal weft.
Rows of weft threads are pushed
downward tightly or loosely
after each passage of the shuttle,
a process known as carding.
Some qloths are loosely carded
producing a loose weaver; some
are carded very tightly.
Bed linens, for example, are
rated by their thread count, with
higher numbers considered more
luxurious than more loosely
woven fabrics. Few of us sleep
on actual bed linens any more,
but when you visit a nice hotel
offering linen sheets with a high
thread count, you can't help but
feel the difference.
Jull weaves with a variety of
threads, including wool, cotton,
linen, silk, flax, synthetics like
rayon and blends of any of
them.
"I would say that silk is the
most difficult to weave because
it is more delicate and harder to
handle," she said. Jull estimated
it might take. as much as two to
three days to design, prepare,
weave and finish an ordinary
scarf of silk, but you might
create the same scarf of wool or
cotton in only one day.
"Designing and finishing an
item takes more time than you


might imagine, not counting the
weaving time," she said. She
added that designing the item-
sometimes on graph paper before
you begin is crucial. However,
she often gets a design idea for
her next project when she has
completed only a few inches of
the item she's already working
on.
During a recent visit, Jull was
trying to repair a spinning wheel
and couldn't figure out how
to get the belt oft the spinning
wheel and around a crossbar
on the frame. "I don't do much
spinning," she said. "I do it, but
I'm really more of a weaver."
She doesn't do much dying
of thread or woven fabrics
either. "When you're dying, you
really have to know what you're
doing," she said.
Jull said she doesn't
necessarily see more studio
activity in December around the
holidays.
"Most weavers start their
seasonal projects earlier, so that
by the time the holidays are here,
the item is finished." For Jull,
Christmas rush may come in
September and October. "Busier
levels of activity seem to come
in waves," she said.
Jull said so far as she knew,
she was the only weaver in
the Bradford area, although
she has taught students from
Melrose and Hawthorne. "I am
a member of weaving guilds in


Jacksonville, where it's fairly
Sbig, and in Gainesville, too," she
said.
Jull said most of her students
have been women, although once
in a while a man takes a class
at her studio. Through Biblical
times till now, weaving was
popularly thought to be women's
work. However, men were fairly
standard as the weaving process
became industrialized in Europe.
(Many families named Weaver
in the U.S. and Europe had male
Sweaters somewhere in their
genealogy.)
"Some of the best weavers are
men, and they also seem to have
a way with basket making;"Tull
said. She noted that there are
several males in the weaving
guilds she belongs to.
She has been weaving since she
was 5, and said that she usually
finds the process relaxing, not
boring and repetitious. That is
especially true when, once in
a while, she can turn her head
slightly for a quick view of
Sampson Lake before returning
her focus back to her loom.
For more information on Judy
Jull and Elza M. Studios, call
904-964-6673' The studio is
open to the public on Thursdays, #
Friday and Saturdays from 9
a.m. until 5 p.m. It will close after
Saturday, Dec. 15, for a holiday
rest and reopen in January.


CAREER
Continued from 2B

"I think we'll get a lot more
people in the program," said
Ledger, who also noted the pro-
gram has decreased from 1,650
hours to 900 hours. "I personally
think we have a lot more.to of-
fer."
As an example of what adding
network and security certifica-
tions mean, Ledger said the Uni-
versity of Florida is currently
looking to hire 10 technicians.
The starting salary, he said, for
someone with A+ certification
only is $15.53 per hour. That
increases to $22 for A+ and Net-
work+ certification and to $25 if
you add certification in security.
That would be good news for
adult' student Taryn Crews, Who
looks forward to getting a good
job when she completes the pro-
gram. Crews said she enrolled in
the program because she wanted
to put herself into a position
where she had ajob in which she


was the "go-to" person rather
than being an assistant to some-
body else.
In working toward that, Crews
is working through three or four
chapters of her textbook every
week. She admitted it's a tough
pace to keep up, but said, "If you
want something, you can do it."
Ledger said Crews is one of
the most driven students he's
ever had. With that drive, she's
well on her way to entering a ca-
reer field that is male dominated.
Ledger said only 10 percent of
those working in information
technology are female.
On, the first of two A+ certifi-
cation tests, Crews had a.score of
885 out of 900. She was sched-
uled to take the second A+ test
on Thursday, Dec. 20.
"There is no doubt in my mind
she'll score about 800 (on the
second test)," Ledger said.
Ledger hopes more females
will become interested in 'the
program at the career cepter. He.
said Santa Fe College, in fact, is
Targeting females for its infor-


mation technology program.
Whether someone interested.
in working in information tech-
nology goes to Santa Fe, another
college or into the workforce,
Crews said the computer sys-
tems and information technol-;
ogy program is a good place to
start.
"Everything's worked out fine:
for me," she said. '
The program -at the career
center is open to adults and high'
school students. High school
students would complete their A+;
certification in their sophomore'
years. networking certification
in their junior years and secu-
rity certification in their senior
years.
"This is like an AP class in a
way," Ledger said.
For more information about
the computer s stems and infor-
mation technology program at
the Bradford-Union Area Career
Technical Center. please call
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