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USPS 648-200 LAKE BUTLER, FPLORIDA THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 2012 xuin IAK --1ST ISSUE 75 CENTS
The City of Lake Butler Code
Enforcement Board will meet on
Tuesday, Dec. 4, at 5:30 p.m. at
City Hall located at-200 SW 1st
Street in Lake Butler.
Santa gift bags
The City of Lake Butler is
accepting donations for the Santa
gift bags for the children of the
community. Stocking stuffer
gifts or monetary donations
are welcomed; Donors will be
recognized for their contribution.
Please contact City Hall for more
Join for a fun filled family day
on Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10
a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Worthington
Springs Park for the Christmas
in the Park arts and crafts
festival. Enjoy bounce houses,
the kids corner and letters and
pictures with Santa. Check out
the Facebook page a4 Christmas
in the Park/Worthington Springs
The Consolidated High School'
committee will hold their annual
Christmas banquet on Saturday,
Dec. 15, at 7 p.m. at the Hal-
Y; Maines community center
in Lake Butler. This event is.
open to the public. There will
be music, food, door prizes and
more. Contact Eddie or Cora
Jackson at 386-496-1670 for
Christ Central of Lake Butler
will host a Ritz Christmas Classic
on Friday, Dec. 14, beginning at
7 p.m. This "Red Carpet" event
will have classic holiday music
with swing n' modem mix
combined with a 50's cuisine..
Tickets are on sale for $10 and
can be purchased by calling 386-'
365-6968. Wear your tux, formal
The United Daughters of the
Confederacy Olustee chapter
will meet in Lake City on
Saturday, Dec. 17,at 5:15 p.m. at
the China Buffet located at 345
West Duval Street. The buffet
will be served after the meeting.
The cost is $9 however the is
drink extra. Reservations are not
required. For more information
call Linda Williams'at 352-215-
Lake Butler Middle School 7Ta
grade student Kale Oden made
straight A's but was not listed on.
the LBMS all A's honor roll list.
After 20 years, Ricky Jenkins says farewell
The Union County Library and the Board of County-
Commissioners presented commissioner Ricky Jenkins
with plaques of appreciation, retiring after 20 years of
service as the district 5 commissioner. (I-r) Library
Board member Ken Parrish, Library Director Mary Brown
and Mary. and Ricky Jenkins.
r ''At left (Back row, I-r) Jimmy Tallman, Karen Cossey,
nMorris Dobbs and Regina Parrish. (Front row, I-r) Mary
and Ricky Jenkins with Chairman Waynb Smith.
Chastain/Seay Park entrance locked, trespasser arrested
BY TIFFANY CLARK
Several citizens of
Worthington Springs have
requested ah, explanation as to
why the Chastain/Seay park
gates have been locked. This
secured gate is the only public
entrance/access to the park, river
-and_ the boat ramp...
Worthington Springs town I r.. -
couhcil member Betty Elixson ., .
gave a statement on behalf the
"The gates of the Chastian/ -- ----------
Seay Park have been lockedsince (Above) The C hast
July due to the damage caused by
tropical storm Debby. The town (Below) The floating
is working diligently to get the
parkfixed but feel at.this time it Lt. Lyn Williams said that
is still unsafe. The walkways and the investigation is on going'
the boat ramp were destroyed and more arrests may follow.
from the force of the water. The UCSO will continue their
One arrest has been made from efforts to prevent and apprehend
a vehicle busting the gate and anyone who trespasses until the
locks open and spinning up the park is deemed safe for public
grounds. Surveillance cameras use. Anyone who has any tips or
are in place so we caution anyone information is asked to report it
from breaking an entering," said to the UCSO.
Elixson. As for the damage to the
The Union County Sheriffs boat ramp, a picture appeared
Office confirmed that an arrest in an earlier edition of the
had been made, which included. Union County Times after its
two charges of criminal mischief completion. After tropical storm
and a trespassing charge. Debby, another picture was
(Above) This fall, the Purple 8U team had an undefeated
season. 9 wins/0 losses.
The coaches were: Lee Hicks, Joe Lovelace and Kevin
The players Included: Dylan Lovelace, Colby Dukes,
Riggs Davis, Dayven Sellers, Ethan Hancock, Arlngton
Hicks, Steven Woodard, Hunter Vedder, Tucker Parrish,
Ethan Stringer and Rylee Suggs.
ain/Seay dock and boat ramp prior to the damage.
g dock tWo days before it detached after the storm.
taken with the floating dock near
its full extent. Two days after
the picture was taken, the dock
detached; coming to rest against
several partially submerged
The boat ramp was built with
a grant from the Florida&Fish and
Wildlife with an agreement that
the town of Worthington Springs
would operate and maintain it
,.fo.r 20 years. Because of. this
agreement, the council has to
repair it. A request for assistance
from FEMA has been submitted
to help repair the damage but it
is unknown. At this time if the
request will be granted.
Christmas tree raffle winner named
Frances' Gaskins of Lake
Butler won the 7- foot, pre-lit,
fully decorated Christmas tree,
a raffle sponsored by the Lake
:.,":' :'r[ Butler Woman's Club.
Gaskins was called to come
j; .":pick up her tree but had her
: 'whole family at her home for the
celebration of her 75th birthday.
Her granddaughter, Holly Reed
Cain and her husband Andrew
Cain volunteered to pick up the
tree for her.
Proceeds from the raffle will
be used for worthy projects
undertaken by the Woman-'s
Club, to include a scholarship,
HOBY and an air conditioner
for the clubhouse.
The Lake Butler Woman's
Club, established in 1912,
is celebrating 100 years of
service to Union County this
year. New members are always
welcome. To help serve, contact
a woman's club member.
The winner of the Woman's Club Christmas tree raffle was Frances Gaskins of Lake
Butler. (1-r) Lake Butler Woman's Club President Ann Hendricks stands with Gaskins
granddaughter Holly Reed Cain and her husband Andrew Cain.
DEADLINE MONDAY 5 P.M. BEFORE PUBLICATION PHONE 386-496-2261 '* FAX 386-496-2858
A A1 ASPWIN RW W ANL
2A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012
S Lake Butler Elementary second grade all A's
[r .., PC
(Back row, I-r) Layne Moore, Danny Thornton, Sarah Archer, Leah Clark, Colby Dukes,
SDrew Manning, Karly Ann Raulerson and Caleb Ripplinger. (Front row, '-r) Reagan
: Robinson, Karly Shatto, Karleigh White, Emily Wilson and Tristen Woodall.
(Back row, P-r) Danielle Barrick, Johnny Benefield, lan Brannen, Kendel Forsyth,
Matthew Laux and Carson Rogers. (Front row, I-r), Natalie Gay, Katleyn Jenkins, Emma'
Perron, Michael Young, Ella Dicks, Ethan Graham and Darien Jones.
Christ Central of Lake Butler serves
SBY TIFFANY CLARK individuals who could not attend, D,arcel McCastle, Zack Page, p
S Times Editor to-go plates were made and Sheran Bennett, Kim Rosaly,.
:;delivered. Lisa Page, Krystal Burton, iM
:Christ Central of Lake Butler Some of the people behind Shilah Eades, Kalen Bennett, t.
hosted a Thanksgiving dinner the dinner and, deliveries were: Gene Mock, Amy Mock, Carlos v
recently for community members Sukyia Davis, Marissa Wallace, Rosaly, Pastor Adam, Page, a
,in need, serving over 230 people Kody Bennett, Diana Nichols, Gatlin Burton, Olivia Crawford, I
throughout the county. For Lisa Parrish, Samantha Mabrey, Connie Eades, David Williams,
Montana Parrish, Morgan Page
and Heidi LaPlant.
The dinner had a variety of
items to choose from to include
rice crispy treats, pumpkin pie.
pumpkin bread.corn bread.cake.
green beans, corn. potato salad.
s'eet potatoes, pear crisps,
stuffing, gravy, turkey, chicken,
sweet potato souffl. dump cake,
Thanksgiving dinner to all in need
peach cobbler and a roll.
SRMC correctional officer
Michael Barton smoked the 5.
turkeys and 13 chickens that
vere served during the dinner,
ll of which were donated by
This is just one of the many
community outreach events
CCLB has hosted this Near.
'astor Page 'and his itfe feel that
heir goals at CCLB and in the
ount3 are coming along %%ell
and plan to continue helping
he comrmnunit groi. one act of
kindness at a time.
(Above, I-r) Marissa Wallace and Kim Rosaly fillthe
plates and pass them down.
(Below, I-r) CCLB Pastor Adam Page and bis wife Lisa.
Sanderson Christian Revival
Center will have a clothes give-
" a-way today, Dec. 29, at Sprinkle
Field in Lake Butler beginning at
SYou are-invited to come and
renew your spirit with the Holy
Ghost at the St. tames AME
church on Thursday, Dec. 6,
Sthrogh Friday, Dec. ., at 7
p.m.' The special speaker will
be Elder Vem Godbolt, Voice
of Deliveance. For more
information, contact 352-231-
1798,352-895-8708 or 352-494-
2815. The church is located on
the comer of C.R. 238 and C.R.
231, Providence Road.
SMorningstar Baptist Church
,has completed the last phase o0
building and invites everyone to
-come to worship. The church is
located on C.R. 18, one half mile
-west of S.R. 121 and the C.R.
-18 intersection in Worthington
:Springs. Sunday school begins
at 10 a.m., Sunday morning
worship begins at 11 a.m. and
-Sunday evening worship begins
:at 6 p.m. Wednesday evenings
There will be a covered dish meal
and fellowship at 6 p.m. Children
and adult bible study 'and prayer
.at 7 p.mnFor more information
contact 386-719-2148 or email
Santa Fe Mennonite Church
welcomes all to attend service on
Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and the 1st
and 3rd Sunday of each month
at 6 p.m., The church is located
at 4555 SW 107th Ave. Contact
386-984-0938 or 352-339-2249
for more information.
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Isaac Brown and God's
anointed new generation will
be celebrat~ig their ten-year
anniversary at Greater Elizabeth
Missionary Baptist Church on
Friday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. Every
one is invited.
Train for hands on Aviation Career.
FAA approved program.
Financial aid if qualified Housing available.
CACL Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Union Countp Titmeo
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florldd under Act of March 3,1879. ,
POSTMASTER: Send address changes toi
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Subscdription Rite In Trade Area
$39.00 per year:
$20,00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$3900 per year:
$20.00 six months
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: Tiffsay Clark
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
TypVesetting: Elleen Gilmore
Earl W. Ray
(Above) The CCLB team
included (Back row, I-r)
Sukyia Davis, Marissa
Wallace, Kody Bennett,
Diana Nichols, Lisa
Parrish and Samantha
Mabrey. (Third row, 1-r.)
Darcel McCastle, Zack
Page, Sheran Bennett,
Kim Rosaly, Lisa Page,
Eades and Kalen Bennett.
(Second row, I-r) Gene
Mock, Amy Mock, Carlos
Rosaly, Pastor Adam Page,
Gatlin Burton and Olivia
Crawford. (Front row,
l-r) Connie Eades, David
Williams, Montana Parrish,
Morgan Page and Heidi
MITH & SON'S
FEED AND SEED
Rye & Rye Grass on Sale!
m3 sizes Available"
- -PRVDIGEXEIEC& OETW KOLEG9
712 A 20 A
Located in Providence
(12 miles west of Lake Butler)
THURSDAY, NOV. 29, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A
Several boxes of photograph
negatives of local events from the
mid-1960s have been found by
the Department of Corrections in
Tallahassee. The events include
weddings, graduations, etc., that
were taken by the department's
Photographer at the.. ime, R.P.
The boxes contained some
information about the events and
individuals involved, including:
1966 Mr. Turner (Anderson)
12/29/65 Karen Gibson and
Noble Ellis wedding
1/22/66 Voncilla Williamson
12/19/65 Barbara Maines
and Rickcy DeVoe, Lake Butler
(No date) Mr. Barnes
2/6/66 Nancy Crawford and
James Stalnaker wedding .
(No date)_R.P. McLenqon
1965 Miss "U" High
. 5/64 Graduation of Tommy
and Harriett Mayton? Hayton?
11/23/66 Kay Cogdill
Miscellaneous bridal pictures
Anyone interested in these
negatives can contact Paula
Bryant at 850-717-3649 or
Vote for new
, The website for public voting
on Florida's license plate, www.
Vote4FloridaTag.com, is now
The Department of Highway
Safety and Motor Vehicles
(DHSMV) wants to upgrade
the basic Florida plate to a
design that increases readability
and features a seven character
A committee of more than
20 stakeholders, including
state agency personnel, law
enforcement, tax collectors
and affiliated associations
.participated in the development
of the final license plate designs.
DHSMV's in-house graphics
artist created the proposed,
designs. Florida residents can
vote online through Dec. 14.
(Back row, I-r) Justin
Alford, Cole Anderson-
Davis, Jill-Alie Hercule-
Espinal, Kindall Johnson,
Hance Jones, Max
Newman, Jaci Patrick
and Angela Tucker. (Front
row, I-r) Grace Griffis,
Ethan Hancock, Tre'von
Lee, Liberty Nice, Brianna
Reilly, Emily Richards,
Jordan Sanderson and
(Back row, I-r) Halley Bradley, Abygayle Fillyaw, Clanna
Curtis, A'Nieca Robins and Hannah Sherrod. (At front)
' Advantage Point Performance,
Inc. hosted their first annual
"Thanksgiving Meal" recently,
serving 200. community.
members. The event took place
at Sprinkle Field across from the
Kangaroo store. All meals were
provided for free.
SAdvantage Point Performance,
Ihc (APP) is a training program
designed to give all students
an edge athletically and
academically. It was created to
help develop the talents'of those
pursing their dreams athletically
and'also to help them emerge
and stand above their peers
For more information on
the program, contact Sampson
Jackson, President, at (386)
266-3063 or Durrell Warren,
Vice President, at (386) 266-
Thanksgiving with Advantage Point Performance, Inc.
(At right) Advantage Point Performance, Inc hosted their
first annual "Thanksgiving Meal" serving 200 members
of the community. This was made possible by: (Back
row, I-r) Sybil Young, Devin Perry, Rondez Edwards,
Jaleel Nickerson, Adam Cason, Deivory Green and
Evelena Henderson. (Middle row, I-r) Marcus Jenkins,
Pamela Boykin, Lanita Bartley, Ettie Warren, Angela
Warren and Bonnie Alexander. (Front row, I-r) Alayah
Boykin, Advantage Point Performance, Inc. President
Sampson Jackson and Vice President Durrell Warren.
: (Below) Lola Lacy provided this picture of the large
crowd that surrounded the tent where the Advantage
Point Performance, Inc. members prepared to serve
dinner. A holiday decoration can be seen over the tent.
Although this was not intentional, many attending
guests felt it fit the occasion.
7he care anid well6ein5 o( youw elders
i. veg i important to the staf at
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YOUR DECISION REGARDING WHO WILL HELP
SCARE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE JS IMPORTANT
Our room rate is $2,650 per month
for all aspects of our care.
Assessment of each individual's needs and abilities is required before admitting.
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Next to Wainwright Park .
; Call Cathey Pltts, Administrator, For Directions
, (904) 964-2220
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Reliable service at a sensible price
j -, S ~ ~(includes Federal Subscriber Line.Charge $16.08 $19.15
and mandatory expanded calling)
Residential Low Income $3.33 $6.40
pp'(includes Federal Subscriber Line Charge $32.75 $40.48
and mandatory expanded-calling)
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way to stay connected. Because landline phone service is
so important in today's world, Windstream believes everyone
should have access to it. That's why we offer a discounted
telephone service plan to make basic phone service even
more affordable for qualified customers.
Windstream participates in the government benefit program
Lifeline that provides qualified .low-income telephone
customers with a discount off monthly telephone service
charges. The program is limited to one benefit per household.
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discounted bundles and basic services at the rates, sterns,
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Worship i the -oouse of the Cod...
SomeIhere this week!
The churches and businesses listed below
vrge you to attllend the church of your choice!
JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
grade all A's
4A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012
LBES first grade straight A's
(Back row, I-r) Kadence
Adams, Cailynn Boggs,
Jewel Dekle, Grant Dicks,
Lyndee Griffis, Kiera Hunt-
er, Micah Jordan andLily
Neal. (Front row, I-r) Syd-
ney Taylor, Kaylee Thomp-
son, Kanten Touchstone,
Blaine Williams, Patricio
Perez, Jeremiah Denmark,
Natali Heaton, Aiden Bell
and Faith Holmes. (Not
pictured) Jacob Alford.
(Back row, I-r) Preston
Bonsall, Abigail Gainey,
Tucker Parrish, Konnor
Rossiter, Jordan Seay,
Kayley Tomlinson and
Alayna Watkins. (Front
row, I-r) Aaron Alexander,
Kearstin Chavis, Casey
Crawford, Makayla Nelson,
Gracy Parrish and Rhyan.
(Back row, I-r) Ashden
Johnson, Rodney Kyler
Barnett, Sydney Box,
Chloe Chohan, Tanner
Connell, Kiran Crawford,
Riggs Davis, Landen
Gibson, Jordan Hendricks,
Giavanna Merola and
Sheila Thompson. (Front
row, I-r) Karli Jenkins,
Johnte' Nichols, Rylie
Parrish, Bryce Sanders,
Lily Young, Brady Arthur,
Emilee Benton and Taliyah
' (Back row, I-r) Jordan
Peterson, Kameran Paytee, .
Brycen Boney, Wyatt
Chapman, Alexus Panozzo,
Colby Peacock, Carter
Roberts, Sawyer Roberts,
Erich Seager, Kody
Stalnaker, Brody Smith.
and Kylee Williams. (Front
row, I-r) Baler Waters, Jack-
SHenry Whitehead, Noelle
Lindsey, Vivien Coldiron,
Isaac Curtis, Hayden Erwin,
Klaryssa Kennington and
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IN THE CIRCuIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
CASE NO : 63-2010-CA-000022
(Back row, I-r) Dolton Parrish, Thomas Jenkins, Jordan Clarke, James Cox, Zariah
S- Foster, Bradin Goff, Hayden Holton, Kora Jones, Calista Law, Janiah Albritton,
Brooklyn Prescott, Aliyah Smith and Jason Thomas. (Front row, I-r) Brooke Childress,
Dawson Crews, Mallorie Edsall, Zanya Eliss, Elijah Griffis, Elizabeth Guadagnoli and
Kadence Hawkins. (Not pictured) John Forsgren.
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4b/2b two blocks from schools,
'over 1,730 sq/ft of beautiful
2b/2b Short Sale
in Raiford. Bring
Reduced to $139,900
2,020 _q,lft 3b/2b \vith
office i block from
Lake Butler Lake.
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WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
LEAVY S. ROBINSON, ET AL,
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated November
21, 2012 and entered in Case NO.
63-2010-CA-000022 of the Circuit
Court of the EIGHTH Judicial
Circuit in and for UNION County,
Florida wherein WELLS FARGO
BANK, NA, is the Plaintiff and
LEAVY S. ROBINSON; CASEY A.
ROBINSON; MATILDA J. MCRAE;
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN -PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
EQUITY SERVICES, INC.; CHASE
BANK USA, NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION; are the
Defendants, The Clerk of the Court
will sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at FRONT DOOR
OF THE MIDDLE OF THE UNION
COUNTY COURTHOUSE at 11:00
AM, on the 17 day of January
2013, the following described.
property as set forth in said Final
LOT(S) 8;. BLOCK B,
PROVIDENCE VILLAGE; PHASE
II, ACCORDING TO. PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE(S) 17, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT
CERTAIN MOBILE HOME
*LOCATED THEREON AS A
FIXTURE AND APPURTENANCE
THERETO: 2005,, FLEETWOOD,
VIN# GAFL475A76469TR21 &
A/K/A RT 3 BOX 254 10-A, LAKE
BUTLER, FL 32054
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 sixty (60) days?
after the sale..
WITNESS MY HAND and seal of
-this Court on November 21, 2012.
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Crystal Norman
Ronald R Wolfe & Associates, P.L.
Tampa, Florida 32622-5018
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in
this proceeding should contact
(904) 496-3711 (Voice) or (904)
374-3639 (Voice or TDD) or via
Florida Relay Service at 1-800-
11/29 2tchg 12/6-UCT
Tax. Deed # 63-2012-TD-0002
.Amended Notice of
Application for Tax Deed
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN, that
J R Davis the holders) of the
Following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax 'deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
number ard lye.arjot issuance;-fhe.. -
description ol Ithe property, and the .
names in which it was' assessed.
are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 227
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 2009 '-"
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
LOT 1.7 OF CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION, more particularly
described as follows:
A portion of the Northeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4 and a portion of
the North 1/2 of the Southeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4, all lying in
Section 30, Township 6 South,
Range 19 'East, Union County,
Florida, being more particularly
described as follows:
S"Co6imence aft-'heff Northeast -cor6er
of said Section 30 and run thence
South 01 degrees 03' 43" East,
alonq the East boundary of said
.Section 30, a distance ot 63.59 feet-
to a point of the Southerly right of
way line of State Road No. 18 (100'
right of way);, thence South 88
degrees 14' 08" West, along the
Southerly right of way line, 52.00
feet; thence South 01 degrees 03'
43" East, parallel to said East
boundary, 1019.76 feet; thience
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 AM:, "'
the 21st day of December, 2012. .
Dated this 26th day of November,
2012. 1 ..:. .
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 FOR
File No. 63-2012-CP-0012
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BILLY WAYNE FEUSTON,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
BILLY WAYNE FEUSTON. -
deceased, whose date of death :.
was April 20, 2012, and whose
Social Security Number is XXXX- "
XX-4847. is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,....
Probate. Division, the address of
which is 55 West Main Street, '
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054.-%-:
The names and addresses of the.
personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney :"
are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or '
demands against decedent's estate ..
on whom a copy of this notice is .;
required to be served must file their
claims with this court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE :
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF:..,
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors bof the decedent
and other persons having claims or "
demands against decedent's estate ... .-
must file their claims with this court.
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE:'*:'-
DATE OF THE FIRST-..-
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN -"
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH :
IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE-
FLORIDA PROBATE CODE'WILL-"
- BE FOREVER BARRED. :'-
. NOTWITHSTANDING .THE ,TIME :.
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, :
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE ::.
DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH-:., -
IS BARRED. -
The date of first publication of this
notice is November 29', 2012. ""
Attorney for Personal ,:
Richard E. Stadler'
Attorney for Petitioner ,
Florida Bar No. 278661 .-
Darby & Peele
285 NE Hernando Avenue :"
P. 0. Drawer 1707
Lake City, FL 32056-1707 .
Telephone: (386) 752-4120 "
BEVERLY PARSONS .-
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THURSDAY, Nov. 29,' 20i UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A
FFA awarded Gold Emblem at Nain~ft
at National Event n, i
Members of the Lake Butler
FFA Chapter were one of 44
teams who participated in the
National FFA Parliamentary
Procedure Career Development
This event was held in
conjunction with the 85"1 National
FFA Convention in hndiatapolis,
Indiana. Ryan Perez, Michaela
Joyriffr, Kayla Freeman,
William Brown, Daniell'e f.Pate
'and" Morgan Dukes competed
with 257 other members from
.across the country. The team,
led by advisor Amie Imler, was
awarded a Gold emblem.
The members of the national
Winning team each received cash
awards to recognize their success
in the event. TransCanada, as a
special project of the National
FFA Foundation, sponsors
the cash awards and the
parliamentary procedure event.
TransCanada said they are
proud to support the National
FFA Organization as they help
youth realize Their- potential
and guide them on their path to
becoming future land stewards
and leaders. "We want to make
a positive difference in the
communities'where we live and
work and FFA helps us make
The National FFA
CDE tests students' ability to
effectively communicate ideas
during a meeting. Components
Included a general knowledge
exam of parliamentary law, a
ten-minute demonstration of
parliamentary procedure, oral
questions, written minutes of the
demonstration as well as a team
problem solving activity.
Each team competed on
local and state levels to earn
the privilege of representing
their state at the National FFA
Convention and Expo.
Held at -the Hyatt Regency
Hotel in Indianapolis, is one of
many educational activities at
the National FFA Convention
and Expo where FFA members
practice the .lessons, taught in
agricultural education classes.
The National FFA
,Organization is a national youth.
organization of 557,318 student
members as part of 7,498 local
FFA chapters ih"'all 50 states,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin
Islands. The FFA mission is to
make a positive difference'in the
lives of students by developing
their potential for premier
leadership, personal growth
and career success through
agricultural education. (Back row,
The National FFA Brown, Tal
Organization operates under a row, I-r) Cha
federal charter granted by the Savannah Wc
81" United States Congress and with the Natio
it is an integral part of public
instruction in agriculture.
The U.S. Department of as a service to
Education provides leadership agricultural. educa
and helps set direction for FFA. For more inform
i-r) Ryan Perez, Case Emerson, William
ylor Wilkins and Morgan Dukes. (Front
rlotte Emerson (Coach), Kayla Freeman,
oodall, Danlelle Pate and Michaela Joyner
nal FFA Parliamentary Procedure Contest
state and local
nation, visit' the
Union County FFA member speaks of recent accomplishments
BY DANIELLE PATE
Sr.. FFA Chapter Secretary
October was a busy month for
the Lake Butler FFA Chapters.
FFA officers attended the
Chapter Officer Leadership
Training (COLT) held at Florida
Gateway College. We also
held our annrmual Lori Nicole
Anderson Memorial Bowling
Tournament. Additionally, our
Forestry Team competed at the
District Contest this month. We
finished off October's activities
at the National FFA Convention
in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Both Middle and High School
chapter officers were able to learn
more about how to be leaders in
Sour locai chapters at the COLT
Conference. The Florida -State
FFA Officers'- hosted several
workshops for our own officers
about how to use the necessary
'skills to be an effective leader.
Our annual Lori Nicole
Anderson Memorial Bowling
Tournament was a success. We
had 95 generous. sponsors that
helped make the tournament
possible. These funds will go
towards our chapter's 'Lori'
Nijcole .Anderson. Memorial
Scholarship, which, will bW
given to a graduating 'senior
at our banquet in May. First
place team members included
Corey Palmer, Tim Palmer,
Curtis Clyatt, and Haylee West.
Mr. Curtis Clyatt was also our
tournament's High Individual-
Male Bowler. Second place team
members included Trey Owen,
Geordyn Green, Kyle Mosher,
and Austin Dukes, while our
FFA Advisors rounded out the
tournament as the third place
*team. Tean: members were Mr.
Tom' Williams, Mrs. Brittney
McGee, Mrs. Amie Imler,
and Mr' Brandon Imler. Our
tournament's High, Individual
-.Female Bowler ''was. FFA
Our Forestry team traveled
to the Austin Cary Memorial
-Forest, in Gainesville for
the District contest. Team
members were Cayla Davis,
Ashley O'Steen, Kelsey
Thornton, Logan Morneau,
Shane Hendricks, Chandler
Gartman, Holly Tucker, and
Devin Boone. The team placed
3rd overall. Additionally, team
member Kelsey Thornton was
High Individual in the Timber
Estimation portion of the contest,
Chandler Gartman vwas High
Individual in. the Compass and
Pacing portion of the contest, and
Cayla Davis was High Indiv4dual
in the Forest Disorders portion
of the contest. We would also
like to thank Mr. Jay Tucker for
all of his willingness to help our
Forestry team prepare for this
During the last week of
October ,we were able to take
13 students that earned the
privilege to attend National
FFA Convention based on their
accomplishments in our chapter
and in activities at the state level.
Our parliamentary procedure
.team competed and placed 9th
'in the nation and had the highest
test score average out of all
43 competing Parliamentary
Procedure teams. The team
Placed gold, making them
atid we are very proud ol
their accomplishments. Teanm
members were: Ryan Perez
Michaela Joyner, Kaylr
Freeman, Morgan Dukes
Danielle Pate, William Brown
Savannah Woodall', Tayloi
Wilkins, angCase Emerson.,W<
would like to give a big.thank!
to Mrs. Charlotte Emerson
for all of her hard work and
.dedication to our Parliamentary
Procedure team. Competing
at the national level would not
have been possible -without her.
Case Emerson also competed
in the Agoiscience Fair' where
he placed 13th in his category.
Shane Hendricks, Eston Worrell,
McKenzie Mobley and Shelby
McDowell served as delegates.
The Lake Butler FFA chapters
are always busy and are looking
forward to many activities in
the future. We appreciate the
help and support from our local
businesses and community we
couldn't-do it without you.
The 1st place bowling team
included (I-r) Curtis Clyatt,
Tim Palmer, Corey Palmer
and Haylee West.
(Below) The 3rd place bowling team included Brandon Imler, Amie Imler, Brittney Mc-
Gee and Tom Williams (with Maggie Parrish and Tanner LeMay.)
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City facing a
The City of Lake Butler is
facing a lawsuit, in its beginning
stages, that was filed by four
complainants claiming wrongful
The suit, according to city
attorney John Maines IV, was
received by the city during
October. The first mention
of this suit was at the recent
city commission meeting
where the commissioners were
made aware of discussion and
decision-making steps that could,
be taken after more information,:
(At left) The 2nd place bowling team included (1-r) Trey
Owen, Kyle Mosher, Geordyi Green and Austin Dukes.
Are We Justified By Faith Only?
The question posed in the title is of great importance because it
deals with how one is saved. The neat thing about this question
is theBible actually addresses this very question. James asks,
"What-does it profit, my brethren, ifsomeone says he has .faith
but does not have works?, Can faith save him?" (James 2:14).
James then illustrates how' having faith by itself or without
works does not save. We are told three times that faith without
works is dead (James 2:17, 20, 26). We are reminded how even
the demons believe and tremble but are not saved (James 2:19).
James gives us two illustrations of people who were saved by
faith accompanied by works, Abraham and Rahab (James 2:21-
25). The answer is given clearly.Avhen James writes, "You see
then that a man is justified' by works, and not by faith only"
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6A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012
The Big Red Christmas Drive
will be held on Saturday, Dec.
22, from 10 a.m. to noon at the
Hal Y. Maines community center
in Lake Butler. Families in need
of assistance for children ages
2-12 are asked to bring the child's
social security card or birth
certificate and proof of residency.
Your child must he 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
Sdo without. If anyone would like
to donate a gift, -you can drop
it off at the office of the Union
County Times for pick up. The
Times is not, affiliated with the
program but will contact the
appropriate individuals for pick-
up.. Donations must be made
by Friday, Dec. 21. Monetary
donations can be mailed to PO
Box 151, Lake Butler 32054. For
questions or information email
UCHS class of
97' reunion set
The fifteen-year reunion for
the Union County High School
class. 6f -1997 will be held-on
Friday, Dec, 28, at .Jax, River
Cruises from 6 to 9 p.n. the cost
will be $48.15 per person and is
due. no later than Wednesday,
Dec. 5. Contact Wendy. Burton
Bird at 342-509-1884 for
more information or visit the
Facebook page at Facebook.
A reward is being offered for
information that may lead to the
return of stolen items to-include
Sa Bullard thermal, imager model
T3 Max (used to see' temperance
differences at night), 2 vertex
standard Motorola portable
radios, a Bullard fire department
helmet and another unknown
brand portable radio.
The reward is being offered
by the City of Lake Butler up to
S$500.00 for return of the items
and information concerning the
crime. Contact Major Garry
Seay, Union County Sheriff's
Another reward up to
$1,000,00 is being offered for
information leading to the arrest
of the suspect. You can remain
anonymous and report your tips
to First Coast Crime Stoppers at
1-866-845-TIPS (8477) or online
Help change young lives in
, the community. Take Stock in
Children in a statewide non-profit
organization and the Foundation
for Florida Gateway College
serves as the lead agency for the
program in Baker, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrist and Union
counties. Take Stock in Children
pairs good students, who have
the odds stacked against them,
with mentors who provide the
support,, encouragement and
guidance they need 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
Citizens of WS
Activity programs have been
set at the Worthington Springs
community center to benefit the
senior citizens of Worthington
SSprings. Programs will be held
on, Mondays 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.
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored'
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m, at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SHINE counselors assist
seniors and persons with
disabilities to understand health
insurance choices,, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance1
or represent any insurance entity.
'For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
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 Churclh in
Raiford right off Hwy 121 just
before entering town. Follow the
tftA- -k. JI -.
World Heritage, a non-profit
Become a student exchange program, is
seeking volunteers to serve as
mentor area representatives in the local
The Take Stock in Children community. World Heritage
program 'I Union Couhty is offers qualified students ,from
looking for new mentors to around the world,' between the
ages of 15-18 the opportunity
to spend a high school year
or a semester in the United
States with a host family.
Area representatives are the
cornerstone of the organization
making all of this possible,
Area Representatives recruit
and screen potential host
families, supervise the exchange
students in their community,
organize activities with the
students throughout the year
and provide support 'to host
families, students and schools.
Area representatives receive
compensation covering their
expenses incurred for each
student placed and supervised.
For more information call
1-800-888-9040 or email info@
The-4La P .u!]er otary meets '
weekly on. Tuesday, at noon!
at the First Cqristian- Church.
Prospective members are invited.
td attend. Lake Butler Rotary
is part of Rotary International.
For more information contact G.
Bird at.386-496-2526, or ask any
fill dirt to
residents of LB
SIf you live in the city limits of
Lake Butler and need dirt to fill t
potholes,low areas,etc., go to the
rear of the new Fire Department
in,Lake Butler. Bring a sldvel
and a vehicle to transport the dirt
in. No equipment to move the.
dirt will be allowed. After Jan.
1, the dirt will be moved from
the current location and will no
longer be available.
LAKE BUTLER CHRISTMAS PARADE
Saturday, December 8,2012 --- 6:00-8:00 p.m.
'THEME: TOYLANDD CHRISTMAS"
Name of.person, firm, church, or group entering:
Contact Person: _______________________
Fax: (___) -
Participating in, the jparade as:
SFloat (approx. length):
Band (approx. number):______
Marching Group (approx number): ______________
Car, Truck, Other: _______
No candy is to be thrown from floats or vehicles. (Use walkers to distribute any items to
r The Lake Butler Christmas Parade will be held, rain or shine.
0 All entries should reflect the spirit of Christmas, holiday or whimsical theme and must
S be decorated.The organizers of the parade reserve the right to reject any entry that is
0 All float participants may begin to locate their line-up position at 5:30 pm. Parade line-
up will be on NE 3d Street (Sanderson Rd.). All participants must enter from NE 5th
Ave. or NE 81h Ave.
0 Float names should be placed on both sides of the float.
[I No Santas or Mrs. Claus please! We have invited the "Real" Santa and Mrs. Claus.
We agree that the City of Lake Butler will not be held responsible for the float, group or
entry that participates in the parade. D
*"* ^ Date:
This application must be returned no later than Friday, November 30,2012 to City Hall by mail,
n person or fax 386-496-1588. You may contact City Hall on Thursday, December 6,2012 for line-
u positions. If ou have ues6ions lease call Cit iHall at 386-496-3401...
baskets for the
The Union County Food
Pantry provided 12 families
with a basket, of food for
Pantry volunteers John
Johnson and Henry Filer said
that they received several
donations from churches, county
offices, community members,
and more. RMC donated ten
turkeys that helped to complete
the baskets. All of the volunteers
said they were thankful to all for
Some donors were: Body of
Christ, Union County Library,
,'County Offices, Faith Baptist,
the Providence 4-H group, Lake
Butler Church of God, Lake
Butler Middle School, Russ
Wade, Cecelia Young, Sabrena
Stinson and many more.
Union County School Board news
The Union County School Board held a reorganizational meeting last week naming school board
member Curtis Clyatt as the 2012/2013 chairperson. Terra Johnson was named the 2012/2013 vice-
chairperson. The Union County School board presented Alvin Griffis with a plaque for his services as
the school board chairperson from 2011.-2012.
Alvin Griffis received a plaque for serving as the school board chairperson
from 2011-2012. (l-r) Superintendent Carlton Faulk, Alvin Griffis, Curtis Clyatt, School
Board Attorney Dan Webb, Terra Johnson, Becky Raulerson and Allen Parrish.
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The Willows Cafe presents
the MVP battle of the week.
The (Football) Qeordyn Green
burger vs. the (Volleyball) the
Tristyn Southerland burger.
The Green burger is made
with American cheese and bacon
and is available until Dec. 7.
The Southerland burger is
made with American cheese
and honey mustard and i's also
available until Dec. 7.
Changes can' be made to
toppings when ordering. Weekly
MVP Burgers will be announced
through out the remainder of the
season. The MVP picks their
favorite burger toppings.
The player with top-selling
burger at end: of 'the season will
win a free breakfast or -lunch
each week for the remainder of
the school year.
The Willows Cafd is located
inside of the Lake Butler
Hospital, just inside the front
entrance. 'For more information
contact 386-496-2323 ext 230 or
B Section Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012 FEATURES
REGIONAL NEWS cEDTRA
SI N EWOBITUARIES
NEWS OBR R O N TH LK R EDITORIAL
NEWS FROM. BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
in Region 4 final
together 3 time-
to avenge regular-
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
SRegional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Newberry controlled
the clock for approximately 11 of
the first 13 minutes of the second
half and scored two touchdowns
during that span, which was
enough for the Panthers to
lea\ e Lake Butler with an 18-
13 win over Union County in
the Region 4-1A championship
game on Nov. 23.
IThe'Panthers (9-3) will nosy
play Trenton (12-0) this Friday,
Nov. 30, for the right to play for
the state title. .
*Union (11-1) ends its season
one round short of. where it
finished last season. After
scoring the first touchdown of
'the game, the Tigers squandered
a first-and,goal opportunity at
[he 8-yard line and were held to
57 yards in the second half.
"My hat is off to (Newberry),"
Union head coach Ronny Pruitt
said. "They played hard. They
were well prepared for a lot of
the things we did. They deserved
to- win. I'm not going to take
anything away from them.
"My kids played hard. I'm
extremely proud of them:This is
what you play for al! year long.
SIt-comes down to one or two
plays, or one or.two series."
The Tigers scored first, taking
advantage of a Newberry miscue.
Union was forced to punt on the
game's opening series, but the
'ball hit the back of a Newberry
player. Austin Dukes fell on the
live ball at the Newberry 12-yard
line. Starting quarterback Caleb
Cox eventually connected with
Daquin Edwards for a 13-yard
touchdown passat the 7:26 mark
of the first quarter. The PAT was
Walter Mabrey made a big
play for the Union defense on
Newberry's first.series when he
dropped Tamarcus Faulkner for
a 9-yard loss. The end result was
a three-and-out possession for
The Tigers responded
offensively by driving into
scoring position from their own
7-yard line. Prince Alexander,
touchdown on a
Cox in the first
would not score,
again until the
on a nifty cutback run, gained 11
yards, while a defensive holding
penalty on a third-and-7' play
gave Union a first down at the
Newberry 46. Geordyn Green
and Alexander had runs of 8
and 6 yards, respectively, before
Alexander eventually ripped off
a 20-yard run to the 8-yard line.
A 7-yard run by, Mabrey put
the Tigers at the 1, but an illegal
procedure penalty backed Union
up to the 6. Mabrey was then
held to a run of no gainrl before
Edwards gained' 3 yards on
a third-down run. On fourth-
and-goal, Alexander was held
to a 1-yard gain by Newberry
linebacker Trace Stankunas.
"'We made some mistakes and
didn't take advantage of some
opportunities that were presented
to us," Pruitt said.
SUp to that point, the Tigers
gained 90 yards on offense, but
they were held to approximately
100 yards the rest of the way on
responded to its goal-line stand
by putting together the first of
three scoring drives (notcounting
Sthe one-play possession to end
the first half) that consumed
more than four minutes each.
Running back Ra'kheem
Hoyt, who rushed for 105 yards
on 24 carries, touched the ball
on 10 of the 13 plays that made
up the Panthers' 98-yard drive
to their first.score. He had runs
of 15, 9 and 6 yards to -pick up
first downs, while quarterback
Brandon Herbert completed a
24-yard pass to Monte Seabrook
to give Newberry a first down at
the Union 13. Union linebacker
Austin Dukes pressured Herbert
into an incompletion, while
Mabrey broke up a pass play, but
* the Panthers found the end zone
on a fourth-down play when
Hoyt scored on a 5-yard run.
The PAT was no good, leaving,
the score tied at 6-all with 2:34
remaining in the first half.
Runs of 11 and 24 yards
by Alexander and Mabrey,
respectively, helped the Tigers
move to the Newberry 21. After
a spike to stop the clock-Union
had no time outs-Alexander
was dropped for a 2-yard loss.
Alexander gained 3 yards on
the ensuing third-and-12 play
before quarterback Chandler
Mann threw an incompletion on
The Panthers received the
See REGION, 7B
Union's Geordyn Green (right) tackles Newberry
running back Ra'kheem Hoyt.
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2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012
Coming together to make a differences
Leverson, wed Nov. 30
Iwed Dec. 15
: Edrick Hamilton and Shauna
Le\ person will be married on
BSaiurda., Dec. 15, 2012, at 2
3.m. The wedding ceremony
ill be held at Upper Room.
Miinisiries, 3575 N.E. 15th St., in
drick is the son of Lamar
kmi Lorain Hamilton of Lawtey.
!Sljauna is the daughter of Harold
Surd E a Leverson of Pleasant
T amil) and close friends are
united to the wedding. The
cuple is registered at Walmart
: Legal ad deadline for all
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William' Ryan Davids and
Deanna Nicole Christian will
be married on Friday, Nov. 30,
2012, at 3 p.m. The wedding
ceremony will be held at-
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens in
Gainesville, with the reception
Maids of honor, will be
Deanna's sisters, Angie and
Cristina Christian. Bridesmaids
,will be Beth Donovan, Sallina
Reames, Casey Reames,, Sam
Love and Kathryn BannOn. The
best man will be Ryan's brother,
Randy Davids, and groomsmen
are Doug Hayes, Brett Stradley,
Nick Allen and Kevin Bannon.
Ryan is the son of Wayne
and Lyndi Davids of Keystone
Heights and is an electrician.
Deanna is the daughter of Denise
Christian and the late Rod
Christian of Keystone Heights
and will be graduating from the
University of Central Florida
with her bachelor's' degree in
Ryan and Deanna will reside in
Keystone Heights upon returning
from their honeymoon cruise to
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Ms. Barbara Griffis of Starke
announces the birth of a daughter,
Aubree Rhyanfine Griffis, on Nov.
11, 2012, in Gainesville. She
joins a sister, Rylee Rae Reese.
Maternal grandparents are
Jessie V. Griffis and Patricia A.
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Terry Vaughan, WEAG radio
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/Mary Kramer, and more local
celebrities will be waiting on
diners at Starke's Mama Mia
Restaurant Italiano on Friday,
Curtis White, Minister of
the Church of Christ in
Lawtey, cordially invites all
to attend it's upcoming
WHEN: Beginning this Sunday,
Dec. 2nd 5th with Sunday
Services at 11:00 a..m. and
6:00 p.m. Mon. Wed. at 7:00
WHERE: The Church of Christ
in Lawtey, located on CR-200B
(Lawtey Corrrectional Inst,
The speaker for this occasion yill
be Evangelist Jack Evans Jr. of Terrell,
So come and let us investigate The
Word of God together, as we strive to
make Heaven our home.
Grouper Gregg's in downtown
Starke invites diners to help
support the Starke Polide
Department's Shop With a Cop
program this Tuesday, Dec. '4,
from 11 a.m. until 10 p.m. Ten
percent of the day's proceeds
will be donated to Shop With a
Shop With a Cop allows
.children who have been
identified as having a need-
but who continue to. strive to
meet academic and discipline
requirements in school-to enjoy'
a shopping spree at Walmart.
Through donations and the
assistance of restaurants such as
Grouper Gregg's, children ire
allowed to pick out approximately
$100 worth of gifts.
If you would like to know more'
about Shop With a Cop, or would
like to make a donation, please
call Starke Police Department
Capt. Barry Warren at 904-964-
5400 or 352-494-3326.
Curtis L. White, minister
Let us make our calling and election
Please know that you will be allowed
to question the speaker at the conclusion
of each message. (Questions must
pretain to the subject of salvation).
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awaits your visit... "The church for all
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THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION -3B
( 4Fins, Fur & Tails
L By Mickey Agner
Camp Blanding opened" its
ates to regular hunting season
n Nov. 19, with 54 deer being
checked out of the dog and still
Lunt areas during Nov. 19-21.
n addition to the deer, 20 hogs
v'ere taken out.
Don Scott of Jacksonville was
honored to be the first to bring
tome the venison. Scott has
united the north range of Camp
landing from the same stand
or the last 20 years. While it is a
log hunting range, he still-hunts
rom the same stand. The deer
see accompanying photo) had a
mall rack, but it was the eighth
leer he had seen that morning,
ind the second buck. Scott said
ie was too scared to let a second
)uck go by and consequently
pulled the trigger.
The crappie bite continues
to gain momentum as the cool
weather continues. Joey Tyson
of Bald Eagle Bait and Tackle
in Keystone Heights indicated
the speck activity on Lowery
and Magnolia- lakes was
gaining momentum, Townsend
Strickland plans to start crappie
fishing Kingsley this coming
weekend. Because of its depth
and clarity, that lake tends to lag
the other local waters for speck
fishing. Once the speck bite
starts there, however, we will be
full-blown in .the middle of the
cool-weather crappie bite.
The Florida Crappie Club held
a tournament on Santa Fe Lake
on Nov. 17. The total weight,
winner's top seven keepers
weighed in at 10 pounds and 6
ounces. The big fish weighed
1 pound and 13 ounces. The
comprehensive weight winner
fished 12-16-foot'rods up front
and 5-7-foot rods out the back.'
The lure depth was setfor 6.5 to
8 feet. None of the competitors
were allowed to use live bait.
For the past week and the next
month, many who -are greatly
attracted to the outdoors will be
more concerned with cooking
their quarry than adding to it.
Many will, buy their meat from
the grocery, pretend it came from
the woods and cook it on the
grill or deep fryer outside. At the
suggestion of Butch Redding,
Donnie Falcon and Eddie
Douglas, the following safety
precautions were taken from the
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension
Department and the Minnesota
Department of Health websites
to'remind everyone to have a safe
outdoor cooking experience:
1. Do not place grills or
gas burners under housing
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2. Keep 'children and pets
away from the flames.
3. Deep-frying oil can reach
400 degrees and is highly
flammable. Keep it away from
4. Never place frozen meat in
5. Do not use water to:
extinguish charcoal or gas
flames. Water can cause hot oil
to splatter and ignite.
6. Have a fire extinguisher
7. Clean all surfaces that
come in contact with raw meat,
and do not place cooked meat
on, the 'same platter that held
raw meat. Wash your hands with
soap and water after handling
8. Refrigerate leftovers.
9. Cook or freeze poultry,
ground beef and seafood within
one to two days, and cook or
freeze steaks or pork chops
within four to five days.
internal temperatutes- ground
meats (pork, beef, deer, lamb),
160 degrees Fahrenheit; fresh
cuts, i.e. steaks, roasts, chops
(beef, pork, lamb, veal, deer),
at least 145 degrees; ground,
whole or cut poultry or game
birds, 165 degrees; shell fish
and fish. 145 degrees; rabbit,
A frequent problem in deep
frying turkeys is overloading
the container with oil and
overflowing the container edges
when the turkey is submerged.
Obviously, the hot oil flowing '
into the burner flames presents a
fire hazard. Jimmy Prevatt says
the recommended preventative
measure here is to initially place
the target turkey in the frying
container while the container
isg cool and empty. Afterward,
you should fill the container
with water until it reaches
the desired and safe cooking
level. At that point, you should
remove the turkey, mark the top
-water level and lastly remove
the water. Subsequently place
the container on the burner and
fill it with oil to the desired and
marked point. When the oil
reaches its desired temperature,
and the turkey is submerged, the
oil level should be at the desired
and safe cooking level.
Remember 'that Nov. 28 is a
Until next week, keep your
lines tight and hunt safely.
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Trains, hostels and backpacks: Kramer's 6-week adventure
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It wasn't an around-the-
world-in-80-days trip, but
Bradford County resident Lyn
Kramer could write a book on
how to visit eight countries in
*Well, -at the very least, the
May 2012 University of Florida
photojournalism graduate could
compile quite an impressive
photo album. She said she took
more than 5,000 pictures.
"I think of my pictures as
souvenirs," Kramer said.
.Kramer, the daughter of
Chuck and Mary Kramer, and
Sa.2008 Keystone Heights High
School graduate, did purchase
some souvenirs along the way,
but refrained from doing so for
the most 'part due to the nature
of her trip. The only belongings
she took was what fit into a
backpack as she and friend-
and fellow UF photojournalism
traveled mostly by train and
stayed mainly in hostels."
"This is something I had
always wanted to do," Kramer
said. "As graduation was
approaching for me, it was kind
of like now or never. I started
asking my friends, seeing if any
A view of London's Big
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been renamed Elizabeth .
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queen's 60-year reign.
of them wanted to go with me."
The trip began and ended in
Ireland. In between, Kramer
and her friend visited the Czech
Republic, England, France,
Germany, Italy, Spain and
It was a memorable trip right
From the start. Kramer arrived
in Ireland by herself and then
had to see a doctor while there
because she got sick.
Kramer and her friend left
Aug. 13. They caught a flight
from Orlando to Atlanta, then
flew from Atlanta to Dublin.
Wilkinson lost her passport
and was .delayed from flying to
Dublin for- 24 hours. Kramer
flew over by herself.
"It was OK," she said.
"Luckily, it was very easy (to get)
from the airport to the hostel. f
just did a little exploring myself
the first day.'"
The stay in Dublin was three
'to four days, and during that:
time, Kramer became sick. She
said she was in a good location,,
though, as there were pharmacies
everywhere. She walked into
one and asked where a doctor's
office was. One happened to
be across the street from the
pharmacy she went into.
"They were open on
Saturday," Kramer said of the
doctor's office. "I really lucked
out. I was the first person there,
so I was taken first. I was in and
out in 15 minutes."
Despite the illness and the
lost passport, the start of the
trip was really a positive sign of
things to come. As Kramer said,
"Everywhere we went, we didn't
have any problems asking for
directions or with people being
Musicians performing in Barcelona, Spain's Park Guell, which was designed by
SAs the fundraising coordinator
!of Union County Pop. Warner,
.and mother of a Junior PeeWee
.cheerleader, I would like to
psay how proud I am of our
Junior PeeWee cheer squad this
.i'season. Our girls went to local
,competition. in Palatka on Oct.
28, and they won first place,
,which sent, them to regional
,competition in Orlando this past
weekend. There were 16 squads
Competing in our category,and the
I competition was tough. Although
Vour girls did not place in the top
five, they still did an outstanding
Performance, and we could not .
Sbe more proud of them.
Each cheerleader has come so
far this season, and to those who
gave financial support to help
us get to Orlando, I have to say
the girls definitely represented
Union County well!
So I would like to say a special
thank you to those who supported
us. And we would like to say a
very special thank you to Lori
Park of Lake Butler for making
our girls the most beautiful
warmups and T-shirts to wear
while we were in Orlando! The
girls looked so good, and they
did such an amazing job!
And another special thank
you to our first-year coaches,
Stephanie and Brianna Slown,
for all the hard work and
patience they put into the squad
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nice to us. It started in Dublin
and just continued everywhere
Kramer certainly had the
opportunity f6 get close to
people in Dublin as-she stayed
in a hostel that had her sharing a
room with 12 other people. That
was one of ,the more crowded
ones she and her friend stayed
in, but it was also one of her
favorites since it had a kitchen.
It's a good way to interact
with people and perhaps pick up
some helpful information.
"We met people from
everywhere," Kramer said. "It
was kind of exciting because if
they came from a place we were
Heading to, then you could hear
a little bit about it and what's
good and what's not."
In Dublin, Kramer visited
the fishing village of Howth
and attended a service at St.
Patrick's Cathedral. Her favorite
activity, though, was a musical
"I loved it," Kramer said. "The
music is so good over there."
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Barcelona, where she stayed for
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spend the time. Kramer said it-
was an approximate 20-minute
hike up a mountain to get to it. ,
"We did find out there were
a lot of trails and paths near the
hostel," she said. "We did a lot
of that the first day. The second
day, we went into the city."
From Barcelona, Kramer went
to Berlin, though she and her,
friend had an unexpected laydover:
in Paris due to the lateness "of
their arrival. All the trains from;
Paris to Berlin had departed, so:
Kramer and her friend stayed the.
night in Paris.
"I know that sounds:
glamorous," Kramer said, "but;
we didn't do anything. We:
were not happy from a day of
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Caleb Jones sets up for a
3-point shot for Bradford.
to 37-point win
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News#Spor.ts Editor
SCaleb Jones came off the
bench and scored 21 points
in Bradford's 85-48 win' over
visiting Union County in a boys'
basketball game on Nov. 24.
Jones knocked down five
3-pointers, scoring all but three
of his points in the second half.
Union's Keldric Bradley
scored 11 points in the fourth
quarter to match Jones' 21
The Tigers (0-2) were
shorthanded, dressing only six
players as they await the arrival
of teammates who have been
playing football. Still, it was a
close game in.the first half, with
Trey Spitze knocking down a
3-pointer to pull Union within
23-20 with 4:40 to play in the
A rebound tip-in by Justin
McB ride sparked a 13-4 Bradford
run to close out the half. Deon
Aldridge, who scored 16 points,
had two baskets during the
run, while Deantre Burch and
Brian Walton each had one. The
second basket by Aldridge put
the Tornadoes up 33-20.
Anthony Hendrieth ended
the drought for the Tigers with
a rebound putback. The Tigers
added another basket before
McBride scored and drew a
foul. McBride made good on his
free-throw attempt, which sent
Bradford into the half up by 12
Bradford scored 18 of the
first 21 points of the third
quarter, with McBride getting
the Tornadoes rolling with a
rebound dunk. Keaaris Ardley
made a 3-pointer off of a WRlton
assist before coming up with a
steal that led to a 3-pointer by
Ardley drained another trey-
the third in three possessions-
to put the Tornadoes up 49-27.
, Bradford made six 3-pointers
ini the third quarter as it outscored
Jones made a 3-pointer at the
close of the third quarter and
rMade another to start the fourth
as a running clock was enforced
because of Bradford's big lead.
Walton and Burch finished
with 11 and 10 points,
respectively, for Bradford, while
'McBride added nine. Walton
had 10 assists, while McBride
had four blocked shots and nine
Shaimea Maeweather was
the only Union player besides
Bradley to score in double
figures with 10 points.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 15 9 12 12-48
B1S: 21 15 35 14-85
Union (48): Bradley 21, Collins
5, Hendrieth 7, Maeweather 10,
Mosher 2, Spitze 3. 3-pointers:
Collins, Hendrieth, Maeweather,
the baseline past
Grimsley in the
win on Nov. 24.
Spitze. Free throws: 10-22.
Bradford (85): Aldridge 16,
Ardley 6, Burch 10, Grimsley 4,.
Hampton 2, Jones 21, McBride
9, Mitchell 2, Nichols 4, Walton
11. 3-pointers: Burch, Ardley 2,
Walton 2, Jones 5. Free throws:
have yet to -
BY CLIFF SMELLED
Regional News/Sports Editor
Craig, Graff headed in a
pass from Juan Grimaldo with '
approximately two minutes left in
the match to propel the Keystone
Heights boys' soccer team to a
2-1 win over Trinity Christian on .!
Nov. 26 at Twin Lakes Park in ": 7
The Indians (6-0-1) had not
played a match in 10 days,
and it seemed to show. Trirtity
Christian's goalie did make
several nice saves, but Keystone
misfired on close-range shots
again and again..
In fact, it seemed a very real
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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:
William Michael Adams, 43,
of ,Raiford was arrested Nov.
24 by Starke police for larceny.
Bond was set at $500 and he was
released Nov. 24. .
IScott Joseph Baker, 55, of
Lake City was arrested'Nov. 18
'by Union 'deputies for a ,proba-
.James William Barnes, 19, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 20 by
Bradford deputies for failure to
appear. He remained in jail at
I Enest L. Bates, 33, of Lawtey
was arrested Nov. 26'by Brad-
ford deputies for- a probation
Violation. He remained in jail at
Huizhen Chen, 40, of Middle-
burg was arrested Nov. 19 by
Bradford deputies for posses-
sion 'of synthetic narcotics and
selling synthetic narcotics. Bond
Wvas set at $20,000 and she was
released Nov. 20.
Joshua Clary, 28, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 21 by
Union deputies for disturbing
Velma Jene Covington, 55,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 25
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $5,000 and she
was released Nov. 25.
'Dashawn Coward, 25, of
Gainesville was arrested Nov.
19 by Bradford deputies for a
probation violation. He was re-
leased Nov. 27.
S Priscilla Lynn Curtis, 22, of
'Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 26 by Starke police for two
probation violations, possession
of diug equipment, smuggling
contraband into a detention fa-
cility and possession of dpugs.
Bond was set at $31,000 and she
remained in jail at press time.
Eric James Davis, 24, of Lake
Butler was arrested Nov. 24 by
Union deputies for possession of
"''Steven Dennis, 28} of Hamp-'
ton was ,arrested Nov. 19 by
Green Cove Springs police for
:pbssessibn of a firearm' by con-
-Martin Doran, 78, of Key-
stone Heights .was arrested Nov.
24 by Clay deputies for battery
and aggravated assault with a
::: Justin Dean Drawdy, 29, of.
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
.25 by Union deputies for aggra:
vated battery and possession of
Thomas Jerrel Drawdy,.41, of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
25 by Union deputies for larceny
Eugene Joseph Gauthier, 56,
of Graham was arrested Nov. 26.
by Bradford deputies for battery.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released Nov. 27.
Gregory Steveri Gibson, 51,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Nov. 24 by Union deputies for
trespassing and aggravated bat-
Neal Norman Golden, 54, of
Middleburg was arrested Nov.
20 by Starke police for posses-
sion of drug equipment and pos-
session of cocaine. Bond was set
at $16,000 and he remained in
jail of press time.
Jason Anthony Green, 34, of.
Keystone Heights was arrested
Nov. 23 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
expired or revoked license.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
was released Nov. 24.
Herbert Edward Herndon, 46,.
of Lulu was arrested Nov. 25 by.
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. He remained in jail at
Donte Devray Howard,. 19,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 19
by Starke police for possession
of liquor by an under-aged per-
son and fraud impersonation.
Bond was set at $2,000 ahd he
was released Nov. 21.
Roy Johnson,44, of Keystone
'Heights was arrested Nov. 21 by
Clay deputies for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
Christian Devone Lee Kates,
20, of Starke was arrested Nov.
25 by Starke police for failure to
appear. Bond was set at $4,000
and he remained in jail at press
Ashley Danielle Lee, 25, of
Lawtey was arrested Nov. 25
by Starke police for two proba-
tion violations. Bond was set
at $2,000 and she was released
Bruce Austin Lee, 33, of Wor-
thington Springs was arrested
Nov. 20 by Union deputies for a
Ricardo Antonio Lopez, 31,
of Sanderson was arrested Nov.
'22 by Union deputies for tress
Keri Lyn Mock, 31, of Mid-
dleburg was arrested Nov. 26
by Starke police for possession
of drug equipment and posses-
sion of cocaine. Bond was set at
$16,000 and she remained in jail
at press time.
Travis Lee Nelson, 40, was
arrested Nov. 23 by Bradford
deputies for battery. Bond was
set at $3,500 and he was released
Christi Lynn Nipper, 41,
Brooker was arrested Nov. 19
by Bradford deputies for a pro-
bation violation. She was re-
' leased Nov 24.
David Albert Norman, 39, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 26 by
Bradford deputies for withhold-
ing support. He was released
Nov. 26. '.
Bradley M Orton, 31, of
Waldo was arrested Nov. 24 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired, license. Bond was set at
$500 an4 he was released Nov:
Curtis Ashton Pearge, 22,' of
Lake Butler was arrested Nov.
21 by. Union deputies for dis-
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Angela Christine Penska, 43,
of Lawtey was arrested Nov. 19
by Bradford deputies for a pro-
bation violation. She remained
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Doyle Pitts, 56, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Nov. 24
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Thomas C Rodriguez, 22, of
Melrose was arrested Nov. 23
by Bradford deputies for driv-
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revoked license. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Nov.
Marion Antone Sampson, 37,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Nov. 24 by Bradford deputies
for driving with a suspended,
revoked or expired license. He
was released Nov. 24.
Tony Smith, 44, of Jackson-
,ville was arrested Nov. 24 by
Bradford deputies for withhold-
ing support and for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $4,170
and he remained in jail at press
Kelvin Sweeting, 20, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 20 by Clay
deputies .for. trespassing, resist-
ing an officer'and burglary.
Michael A. Thompson, 54,
of Pickering, Ohio was arrested
Nov. 23 by Bradford deputies
for possession of marijuana and
possession Of drug equipment.
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, Richard Steven Tyler, 33, was
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$5,000 and he remained in jail at
Kristopher Wanton, 30, of
SKeystone Heights was.arrested
Nov. 26 by Bradford deputies
for resisting an officer and fouri
counts of battery. He remained
in jail at press time. :
Roxanne Jean Worrell,'29, of
Lake City was arrested Nov. 20
by Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of drugs arid possession of.
drug equipment. Bond was set
at $16,000 and she was released
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Dec. 8 yard Bradford-
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Bradford- for Life hosting
Union Relay Facebook
A Bradford-Union Relay
for Life team yard sale will be
held Saturday, Dec. 8, from 8
a.m. until 1 p.m. at downtown
Starke's town square. Lunch will
be available for purchase from
Linda Lee's family and friends
Participating teams will bring
their own items and be responsible
for setting up. Remaining items
will be picked up by the Arc of
Bradford County thrift store.
The Bradford-Union Relay for
Life is hosting a silent auction
on its Facebook page (www.
relayforlife) through Friday,
Dec. 14. Fundraising teams are
encouraged to submit items.
Items for bid are posted in one
of the Facebook page's photo
Starke Rotarians present a check for $1,000 to Arley McRae of the local Food Pantry at a recent meeting. Pictured
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Brandi Noegel, Darrell O'Neal, Wayne Vinson, Martin Slaughter, (back, l-r) John Smith, Elzie Sanders, Gordon
Smith, Paul Sanders, Matt Bryant, Jessie.Myers, Doug Reddish, James Rogers and Kevin Miller.
Starke Rotarians present a check for $1,000 to Harvey Baxter for the Guatemala Literacy Project. Pictured are:
(front, l-r) Jesse Gathright, John Smith, George Pierce, Paula Register, Kim Register, Baxter, Dale Furlong, Brandi
Noegel, James Rogers, (back, l-r) Matt Bryant, Darrell O'Neal, Joe Gallagher, Paul Sanders, Wayne Vinson, Elzie
Sanders, Gordon Smith, Doug Reddish, Jessie Myers and Martin Slaughter.
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S The Starke Rotary Club holidays when many families The literacy project provides events.
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Phillip Lillie broke upa fourth-
down pass play, but the Tigers
were penalized for roughing the
passer, which gave Newberry a
first down at the 14-yard line.
Herbert threw a touchdown
pass to Davonte Flagg from there
to put the Panthers up 12-6 with
7:21 to play in the third quarter.
The Tigers went three and out
on their first offensive series of
the half, which would be their
only possession in the third
quarter. Newberry's offense took
to the field at its own 49 at the
5:23 mark of the third quarter
and didn't give the ball back until
scoring its third touchdown one
minute into the fourth quarter.
Again, Union appeared to
have made a defensive stop,
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the Panthers down the field, with
Hoyt capping the drive with a
1-yard touchdown run. Prince
Alexander broke up the ensuing
two-point pass play. .
A long kickoff return had
the Tigers starting the ensuing
series at the Newberry 33. A
17-yard run by Mabrey resulted
in one first down, while a 10-
yard scramble by Mann set up
first-and-goal at the 6. Prince
Alexander, who finished with 84
yards on 13 carries, scored on a
run from there with 9:43 to pay.
Carl Alexander connected on the
PAT to make the score 18-13.
Union's- defense forced the
Panthers to punt twice, but
the Tigers could not do much
offensively on two possessions.
One ended after three plays
and a punt, while the other
ended with Mann's incomplete
pass on fourth'and-12 at the
Union 40-yard line with 1:20
left on the clock. Union did
pick up two first downs on
that last possession, thanks to
a pass interference penalty :on
Newberry and a 6-yard pass
from Mann to Mabrey. Mann,
though, completed just 3 of 8
passes on the 11-play drive and
was sacked once.
,"We couldn't get it done right
there at the end," Pruitt said.
Pruitt could not fault his
team's effort, saying the Tigers
gave everything they had as they
have done all season.
"I can't Ask anymore out of
the kids," Pruitt said.
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for a photo by
the Grand Canal
in Venice, Italy.
the Alps in the
a river cruise
Continued from 4B
traveling to be stuck there. We
just: basically walked to the
hotel from the train station, got
a-baguette and, some yogurt, and
watchedd BBC." ,4
The traveling duo did have'
fun in Paris, but that was later
during their planned visit to the
.famed city. At this point ir the
trtip; the focus was on reaching
''Kramer had been to Berlin
before as part of UF trip. This
was Wilkinson's first time
'.,sting there, though, and
Kramer was eager to show her
-fTiehd around the city.
.',:Berlin. may not be pretty.
4IJRe other' popular Europeal
4e atins,. such as, 'P3ris,
M&-n'e said, but she is ii' l6ve'
with the city.
,j"jIt has its own charm," she
-said. "It's very artistic, very
open and accepting. It's more of
`'a'ounger crowd. I don't know.
t;.s-just kind of like anything-
.g's. People wear what they'
want; they do what they want.
"You feel like you can just fit
in.Youwgo there, and you fit in."
;'_'iKramer loves the beer gardens
n' B-erlin and made sure she took
'-her friend to the Prater Beer
,":'It is outside," Kramer said.
"There are picnic tables-long
.picnic tables everywhere. There
are-'lights up in the trees and,
'sOriietimes, live entertainment.
'Tlnre atetwo different bars-
,one. for your drinks and one for
;;:,-She and Wilkinson also
visited the Berlin Wall East
"Side Gallery-a section of the,
,4.Wll that has approximately 106
images painted on it by artists
from aill over the world.
".-,'T here are a lot of positive
-,_ess'ages and a lot of quotes,"
oKramer said. -"As far as (a
favoritete) image, the dove
c'carrying the chains away is a big
.. From Berlin, Kramer went
;.(o,,yrague, and at first she was
pAet down. She heard about how
,*beautiful Prague was, but on the
.,,waik to the hostel she stayed at,
,'which was approximately 30
;tffinutes outside of the city, all
:'rI;e.saw were ugly buildings.
_, The next day, though, Kramer
,,;weqt into the city proper.
"It's gorgeous," she said. "It
was one of the most beautiful
places we visited."
Kramer likened Prague to
Florida's St. Augustine "ith
'l",:horse-draun carriages and
little shops. It also featured a.
variety of street performers who
were very talented, she said.
It wasn't surprising to see men
dressed in tuxedos playing such
instruments as the cello. -
"They're people you would
pay to see," Kramer said, "so
it's weird to think they're doing
their talents just on the street."
SOne thing Kramer made sure
she did was to visit the John
Lennon Wall, which has been
adorned by Lennon-related
graffiti and Beatles lyrics since
Lennon's murder in 1980.
"We did that our first day,"
said Kramer, who is .a huge
Lennon and Beatles fan. "I was
pretty happy about that."
From Prague, Kramer went to
Zurich. Wilkinson had friends
who lived there and with whom
the travelers stayed with.
Kramer ,aid.sibe.a id eIrf.riend
were well taken care of.
"We had home-cooked meals
all the time," Kramer said. "They
really took care of us."
The weather in Zurich was
mostly rainy and chilly, so
Kramer and her friend did not
get out much, though they did
manage to take a river cruise,
which provided a look at some
"really pretty" sights. I
A friend of Kramer's whom
she graduated from UF with
lives in Rome, which was the
travelers' next destination.
Therefore, it was another stop
where they didn't have to stay in
Kramer took in such sights as
the Sistine Chapel and;Vatican
"I'm Catholic, and I really
enjoyed St. Peter's Basillica,"
Kramer said. "I went to a mass
The three to four days she,
stayed in Rome also gave her the
chance tq be Audrey Hepbuin."
"One of my favorite movies
is 'Roman Holiday.' I really
wanted to do some of the things
(Hepburn) did, such as go to the
Spanish Steps," Kramer said.
"That's a pretty big touristy site.
I went there and took pictures.
I ate my gelato like (Hepburn)
"I just recreated some things
she did because I love her."'
The travelers went to Florence
next, which was a late addition to
their schedule. Kramer said the
arrival to the hostel she stayed
at, which used to be a convent,
"I remember hearing this
church choir," she said. "I don't
know how far away it was, but
we could hear them so clearly.
TheN %ere .jusi practicing for
about an hour. It %as gorgeous."
:sramerrislts the Johrrn' Lennon Wall In Prague.
destinations was the location
on Abbey Road that was
immortalized on the cover of
the Beatles' album of the same
name. Her father, who also likes
the Beatles', told her to make
sure she took her shoes off and
cross the road barefoot as Paul
McCartney was pictured doing.
"I did take my shoes off
just like Paul, but John is my
favorite," Kramer said. "I love
him. I was actually this close
to getting a tattoo my second
day in London. I wanted to get
'Imagine' on my wrist, but I
didn't do it. 1 figured I was just
all excited. I'll'wvait."-
From London, Kramer and her
friend flew to their initial starting
point in Europe-Dublin. They
took a bus tour to Galway, which
Kramer described as "the most
beautiful place we saw."
"This. was like you see on
the postcards of Ireland-the
rolling, green hills and the little
walking paths. It's just green
everywhere," Kramer said.
Then, finally, after six weeks,
it was time to return to the U.S.
and home. Kramer was sad
to see the trip come to an end,
but almost as glad to return to
familiar surroundings, sleep
in her own bed and have more
clothing options. She packed
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Following two days in
Florence, Kramer and her
friend spent one full day each in
Venice and Paris. Kramer said
Venice was reminiscent of an
amusement park with its little
bridges, cobblestone streets,
little shops and lack of vehicles.
She did not take gondola ride,
though, because of the expense.
"Our trip was winding, down,
so we really wanted to make the
money last," Kramer said.
In Paris, Kramer and
Wilkinson went to the sites
of the Moulin Rouge and the
Paris Opera House. They went
inside Notre Dame Cathedral
and chilled out a bit at the Eiffel
"There's this nice, little grassy
area around (the Eiffel Tower),"
Kramer said. "We were able to
veg out there for about an hour.
I was Gool. Kids.were out there
kicking a ball around. It was
Kramer also visited the Arc
de-Triomphe-the 162-foot tall
arch honoring those who fought
for France and especially those
who fought in the Napoleonic
"It's really cool-especially
when you walk right under it,
and you just 'look up," Kramer
Two more stops remained on
thql'trip, including a four-day
stay in London. Kramer said
London was one of her favorite
places to visit and had one of
Usher favorite hostels she stayed
at, even though the hostel in
rnot been open long and still had
/ "I really liked that place a lot,"
,Kramer said. "The people were
the nicest there, for sure."
Kramer took in well-known
sights, such as Westminster
Abbey and Buckingham
Palace, but one of her favorite
FIF a n car' o our paiie't.
only a week's worth or so of
clothing, rewearing items and
doing laundry as she went.
"I was ready to get in some
new clothes," she said.
If she took a similar trip again
in the future, Kramer said she'd
like to visit Poland and the site
Sof the Auschwitz concentration
"I'd like to do that since
there's Jewish background in
my family," Kramer said. "I
think that would really mean a
lot to me to see."
; Kramer and-her
.t, .-aWilkinson pose
for a photo by
the Arno River
S,,, in Florence,
Though she would have liked
to have spent more time in some
of the countries she visited,
Kramer enjoyed 'the hostel-
and-backpacking-style of. trip
and encourages others to try it
"I would recommend it for
anybody because it is cheaper,"
Kramer said.. "It's a whole
different way of traveling."
If you'd like to read more on
Kramer's trip, visit her travel
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STARKE-James 'Jim" Harvey
Blankenship, 63, of Starke died Fri-
day, Nov. 16, 2012, in Gainesville.
He was born on Dec. 12, 1948, in
Jacksonville to the late Virgil E. and
Edna Helen (Yates) Blankenship,
and had been a resident of Starke
for three months, moving here from
Huntington, W.Va. He served in the
United. States Army during Viet-
nam. He was a Christian.
He is survived by: his son,
Jamnes E. Blankenship of Hunting-
ton, WNVa.; siblings, Joyce Fox of
Georgetown, Ky., Marie Brabham
of Fleming Island, Janet Meeks of
Deltona, Sandy Andrews of Key-
stone Heights, Barbara Weddington
and Forest Blankenship, both of
SHuntington, W.Va., Gerald Blan-
kenship, Frankie Blankenship and
Randy Blankenship, all of Starke,
and Timothy Blankenship of Jack-
Funeral services for Mr. Blan-
kenship were held on Nov. 23 in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
Mr. Lloyd Webb officiating. Burial
followed at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care of
- Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
ALACHUA---Irvan "Irv" A.
Covington, 74, of Alachua went to
be with the Lord on Saturday, Nov.
24, 2012, after a long battle with
cancer. He was born in Evansville,
Ind., and grew up on Kingsley Lake
in Starke, where he was preceded in
death by his father,,.Y. Covington,
M.D., and his mother, Mary.
Irv graduated Bradford High,
where he earned a scholarship in
track and field to Georgia Southern
University. While there, he earned
his B.S. in engineering. He was
known as "Squirrel" by his cowork-
ers, where he was an engineer with
the state of Florida DOT, retiring
after 41 years. Irv, known as "Cook-
ie," retired after 41 years of service
with the U.S. Army National Guard.
He was known as "Fossil" while
serving the Florida Jaycees and
loved being a member, retiring as a
senator. He also served as president
of the Alachua County Fair Board.
He was an honorary Kentucky Col-
onel. He was a lifelong sports fan
that lived for all Gator games and is
proud to have a brick on the Gator
rick walk-"2008 Irvan Covington
Forever Gator." He was a devoted,
loving husband, father, grandparent,
friend and mentor to many. Most
of all, he loved laughter and family
gatherings. He had a heart for God
and was a cheerful giver.
He is survived by: his wife, Wil-
ma Jean Covington; his children,
William Covington, Tonda (Mark)
Covington, Marilyn Greene, Gail
Hunt, Kay .(Harold) Holder, Mike
Hunt and Joan Sapp; seven grand-
children, Lenora Covington, Au-
Sbrey Covington, Bryce Covington,
Logan Covington, Kristi (Andy)
Crand, Nat (Melissa) Bliylock and'
Caleb Sapp; and four great-grand-
The funeral services were held
at the Milam Funeral Home chapel
of Newberry on Nov. 27. Interment
followed at Shady Grove Baptist
Church Cemetery in Trenton. Ar-
rangements by Milarfi Funeral and
Cremation Services in Newberry.
Harley S. "Gator" Dull died on
Monday, Nov. 26, 2012. He was
91. He was born in Winter Haven
on Oct. 18, 1921. He attended Win-
ter Havpn High School. He married
Melba Faye Howard in 1942. They
were married 55 years at the time
of her death. In 1942, he enlisted in
the United States Navy, where he
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served until the-end of World War
II. He was a machinist for Sperry
Rand and General Electric.
He was preceded in death by: par-
ents, Lula Francis Sprinkle Dull and
Robert Lee Dull Jr.; sisters, Hazel
Elizabeth Lameraux, Opal Morris,
Alta Dull; and son, Claude Richard
He is survived by: his children,
Sue (Howard) Leinart of Gainsville,
and Harley Yancy (Denise) Dull.
of Keystone Heights; sister-in-law,
Tess Dull; eight grandchildren; and
Graveside services will be held
Friday, Nov. 30, at Eliam Cemetery
in Melrose at' 10 a.m. with Pastor
Jeanne Hill officiating. A visita-
tion will be held at Moring Funeral
Home on Thursday; Nov. 29, from
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Arrangements are
under the care of Moring Funeral
Home in Melrose.
Joseph Faulkner Sr., 76, a lifelong
resident of Starke, died at his
home on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012,
following an extended illness. He
was born on Sept. 11, 1936, in
Union County to the late George and
Lennie (Whitehead) Faulkner. Prior
to his retirement, he was a dredger'
for DuPont. He was of the Baptist
faith. He was preceded in death by:
sons, Gregory Faulkner and Mark
Survivors are: his wife of 56
years, 'Mariam Crawford Faulkner
of Starke; sons, Timmy Faulkner
and Joey (Theresa) Faulkner,
both of Starke,.and Ricky Lamar
Faulkner of Pierce, ta.; siblings,
Johfi, Roy, Drexel, Virginia, Carrie,
Vera; 16 grandchildren; and 23
Funeral services for Mr. Faulkner
were held on Nov. 23 in the DeWitt
C. Jones Clapel. Mr. J.T. TomlinsoA
officiated,, and burial followed at
Dyal Cemetery. Arrangements are
by Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
"Bob" Harold Fili, 81, of Inter-
lachen, passed away Nov. 13,2012,
at Roberts Care Center in Palatka
with family by his side. He was born
in Philadelphia on July 17, 1931, to
tlie late Walter Fili and Margaret
Coer Fili Roberson. Bob was a vet-
eran of the United States Air Force,
where he fought in the Korean War.
He retired after 36 years with Flor-
ida Power and Light as a lineman.
Bob loved to talk, fish and enjoy
his favorite meal of spaghetti. He
was preceded in death by: daughter,
Janet Clare Fili Strickland; and his
brother, Walter Fili.
,Jobert is survived by: his lov-
ing wife of 58 years, Joanne Grace
Mericle Fili of Starke; his children,
Richard Lee (Diane) Fili of Starke,
Susan Fili McClellan of Lawtey,
and Terry (Richard) Barrick of
Raiford; his brother, Ellis Fili; four
grandchildren; and 12 great-grand-
SFuneral Services were held on
-Nov. 16 at Archie Tanner Funeral
Services. Interment followed at
Kingsley Lake Cemetery. Arrange-
ments are under the care and di-
rection of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services. Visit www.archietanner-
fuueralservices.com to sign the fam-
ily's guest book.
Gene Hannum,76,died or
Nov. 17, 2012, at his sist
in Keystone Heights. He
in Boone, Iowa, on Dec.
In 1992, Wendell built, c
operated The American Canoe Ad-
ventures Inc. of White Springs. He
was also a faithful member of White
Springs First Baptist Church. He
was preceded in death by: his moth-
er, Evelyn N. Bancroft; his father,
George W. Hannum; and broUher-
in-law Pete Maas.
He is survived by: his children,
John M. Hannum of White Springs,
Wendy (Randall) Arwood of Ap-
pleton City, Mo., Jodi (Derrick)
Mears of Belli.ngham, Wash., John
R. Hannum of Long Beach, Calif.,
and Tifani (Joe Paul) Hood of High
iSprings; siblings, Anne Maas of
Keystone Heights, George (Judy)
Hannum of Crawfordsville, Ind.,
Steven (Linda) Bancroft of Spring-
field, Ill., Jay (Rita) Bancroft of
Humboldt, Iowa, and Patricia (John)
Anderson of Johnston, Iowa; eight
grandchildren and six great-grand-
There will be a celebration of life
on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012, at 11
a.m. at White Springs First Baptist
Church, 16401 Camp Ave.
SArrangements are under the care
,of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Keystone Heights.
ANDERSON, IND.-Mary Irene
Harman, 93, formerly of Melrose,
died in Anderson, Ind., on Sunday,
Nov. 25, 2012. She was born on
April 17, 1919, in Grayson County,
Ky., to the late Lee and Liza (Hay-
craft) H6dges.'Sbe was a homemak-
er and member of the O.E.S. Chap-
ter #279 and Eden Baptist Church.
'She was preceded in death by: her
husband, Rowland D. Harman, in
A graveside service was held at
the Eliam Cemetery on Nov. 28
with Rev. Jim Blevins Officiating.
SArrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
Meng, 57, of Hampton died on Sun-
day, Nov. 25,2012. She was born on
May 31, 1955, in Jacksonville and
was a lifelong area resident. Teresa
was a member of Pine Level Baptist
Church and worked as a bus driver
for the Bradford County School
Board prior to becoming a care-
giver. She was preceded in death
by: her mother, Yvonne Crawford
She is survived by: her husband
of 33 years, Lawrence Meng of'
Hampton; father, Dewey Charles
Boone of Starke; sisters, Sandra
(Larry) Stone of Hampton, Bernice
Mott of Kentucky; and brother: An-
thony "Wayne" (Lisa) Lambas of
Memorial services will be on
Saturday, Dec. 1, at 2 p.m. at Pine
Level Baptist Church with Pastor
Terry Williamson and Pastor Hayes
officiating. In lieu of flowers, con-
tributions may. be made to Gideons
P.O. Box 140800, Nashville, TN
37214, or Diabetes Foundation Inc.,
13 Sunflower Ave., Paramus, NJ
07652. Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home of Starke.
SCarl Olsson -
N. ulsson, 82, o0 Keystone Heignhts
passed away on Sunday, Nov. 25
ium 2012, at ET York Hospice Care
-Wendell Center in Gainesville. Mr.: Olssor
i Saturday, was born in Miami in 1930 anc
ter's home moved to Gainesville in 1949. He
was born received his bachelor's, master's
18, 1935. and doctorate degrees at the Univer-
)wned and* sity of Florida. In 1957, he joined
the faculty and taught in the depart-
,merits of physical sciences, geogra-
IS phy, physics and astronomy. Carl
did research in decametric planetary
radio astronomy. He retired front
the University of Florida in 1995
He enjoyed "listening" to the planet
S Jupiter, reading, playing poker with
Shis buddies, fishing and watching
the Florida Gators win.
Carl was preceded in death by
his wives, Jean and Dorothy, "Dot,'
and daughters Bonnie and Kay. He
is survived by: his daughter, Kris
(Kelly) Olsson Gillen; grandchildren
Jessica, Lindsey and Tyler Scoates;
sisters Edith Singletary, Clarie Rob-
erts and Nancy O'Connel, and, also,
his friends Kelly Gillen, Kay Eoff,
Izzy Sheaver, Bob O'Connel, Mar-
cia Shaffer, and Patti Bobick.
Memorial donations can be made
to ET York Hospice Care Center
'4200 N.W. 90th Blvd., Gainesville,
A celebration of life was held
Nov. 28 at 475 S.W. Naha St. in
Arrangements are under the care
of Milam Funeral Home of Gaines-
Powell, 88, a long time resident of
Starke, passed away Nov. 24,2012,
at Shands Starke. She was born in
Jacksonville on Dec. 27, 1923, to
the late Thomas V. Westbrook and
Ruby Acosta Westbrook. Ruth was
a real estate broker for many years
and was honored within the distinc-
tive Stanley Norton Award for Out-
standing Sales Production in 1965.
She was a lifelong member of the
Starke Golf and Country Club, as
well as a member of Kingsley Lake
Baptist Church, and more recently
First Baptist Church of Chiefland.
She was preceded in death by her
husband of many years, William C.
Powell and her stepson Luke Pow-
Ruth is survived by: her two
daughters, Constance (Hal) Galpin
of Chiefland, and Tammy (Ronny)
Patrick of Lawtey; and her stepchil-
dren Harriett Baumgartner and Wil-
liam "Bilbo" Powell III:
Graveside services were held on
Nov. 28 at Kingsley Lake Cemetery
with Brother Gordon Keller office
ating. Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie Tanner
Funeral Services of Starke.
S Henry Starling
nior" Lee Starling Jr., 84, of Jack-
sonville passed away Nov. 27,2012,
at Orange Park Medical Center. He
was born in Camp Blanding on Oct.
14, 1928, to the late Henry Lee Star-
ling Sr. and Mary Johns Starling.
Junior was a member of Highland
First Baptist Church and was a wit-
ness for his lord 'and savior Jesus
Christ. He was a loving husband,
who set a good example by being a
good, Christian man. Junior served
in the United States Marine Corps
for three years and spent many years
working as a rigging supervisor. He
was an avid Gator fan.
Junior was preceded in death by:
his first wife, Irene Elizabeth Star-
ling; and his sons, Henry Lee Star-
ling III and Billy Starling.
He is survived by: his wife of
eight years, Ellen Starling of Jack-
sonville; his daughter-in-law, Elaine
Starling; his brother, Gerald (Betty)
Starling; his sister, Inez Klemm;
and his three, grandchildren, Robert
A. Key, Jr, Henry Lee Starling IV
and Benjamin Daniel Starling.
Funeral services' will be held on
Friday, Nov. 30, at 11 a.m. at High-
land First Baptist Church with Pastor
Gary Melvin officiating. Interment
will follow at Long Branch Ceme-
tery. The family will receive friends
on Thursday, Nov. 29, from 6 p.m.
until 8'p.m. at the funeral home. Ar-
rangements are under the care and
direction of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. Visit www.ar-
sign the family's guest book.
S Dorothy Thompson died on Nov.
24, 2012, after a brief illness. She
Swas born in Jacksonville on Sept.
29,1937. She was preceded in death
by: her husband, Buck Thompson;
and daughter, Kathleen.
She is survived by: sons, Lloyd,
SRoss, Buckle and Eric; daughters,
Tina, Shirley, Marisa and Shiann;
and many grandchildren and great-
Services will be at Emanuel Bap-
tist Church, 19511 N.W. 124"h Ave.
in Bradford County. Call Wayne
Bergman for directions at 904-263-'
LAKE BUTLER-Steve 0.
Thornton, 60, of Lake Butler died
Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, after a
long illness. He was born in- Lake
Butler, where he lived his entire
life. He was preceded in death by:
his father, Elzie Thornton. He was
in the U.S. Army for three years be-
fore working at the Department of
Corrections for 20 years. He was a
member and deacon of Fellowship
Baptist Church of Raiford. He was
a 1970 graduate of Union County
He is survivg.d by: his loving wife
of 37 years, Gail Arnold Thornton;
daughter; Stacy (Richard) Kings-
bury of Lake Butler; son, Steven
(Amanda) Thornton of Lake Butler;
his mother and. stepfather,',EvelynI
Sapp Kelly and Harold Kelly; three'
grandchildren; brothers, Stanley
(Donna) of Lake Butler, Huey (Pau-
. line) of Live Oak and Roger (Cara)
of Gainesville; and sisters, Shirley
Godwin of Lake Butler, Rita (Bob-
by) Douglas of-Lake Butler and Sel-
ena Thornton of Lake Butler.
Funeral services were held Nov.
27 at Fellowship Baptist Church of
Raiford. Rev. Herald Hudson offici-,
ated. Burial followed in Mt. Zi6n
Arcl~er Funeral Home is in charge
of arrangements. In lieu of flow-
ers, the family wishes donations 'be
made to Fellowship Baptist Church,
P.O. Box 335, Raiford, FL 32083.
STARKE-Sheria' Michelle Ty-
son, 49, died on Sunday, Nov. 25,
2012, at Promise Hospital at the
Villages in Oxford. She was born in
Gainesville and was a lifelong resi-
dent of Starke. She was a member
of Pleasant Grove United Method-
ist, Church and attended True Vine
Outreach Ministry. She was-a grad-
uate of Bradford High School and
worked as a clerk for 20 years at the '
Arc of Bradford County.
She is survived by- her son, Ra-
shay Miller of Hampton; her moth-
er, Hazel Thomas of Lake Butler;
her father and stepmother, Eddie
Tyson and Bessie Tyson of Lake-
land; her sister, Robin Tyson of
Lakeland; 'and brother Eddie Tyson,
Jr. of Washington state.
Services will be held on Saturday,
Dec. 1, at 11 a.m. at True Vine Out-
reach Ministry inStarke with Rev.
Charlie McCaskil officiating. Visi-
tation for family will be on Friday,
Nov. 30, from 3 p.m. until 4 pm.,
ahd for friends from 4 p.m. until .7
p.m. at the Carl D. Haile Memorial
Chapel and one hour at the church
prior to services on Saturday. Inter-
ment will be fn Bob-Love Cemetery
in -Starke under the direction .-of
Haile Funeral Home Inc. The cor-
tege will form at.the home of Bobby
and Linda Hampton, 18119 N,W..
59th Ave., Pleasant Grove in Starke, -
at 10:30a.m. on.Dec. 1.
THERESSA- Marjonrie Hall
Packham Hutcheson Young, 85, of
Theressa died on Friday, Nov. 16,
2012, at the E.T. York Hospice Care
Center in Gainesville. She was born
in Theressa on Dec. 3, 1926, to'the
late Clyde and Laura (Joyner) Hall.
Prior 1to her retirement, she worked
for the Bradford County school
system for 23 years as a school bus
driver instructor. She was a member
of Freedom Baptist Church in Key-
stone Heights and a pastor's wife for
27 years. Her husbands, Rev. Merle"
Packham and Buford L. Hutcheson,
preceded her in death..
She is survived by: her husband
of two years, Lacy Young; children;
Merle "Buddy" (Alma) Packham.of
Theressa, Anne (Kermit) Mathews
of Interlachen, Matthew (Staci)
Packham of Gainesville; brother,
Rodney (Janice) Hall; sister, Mae
(Jimmy) Rich, all of Theressa; two
stepchildren; six grandchildren;
11 great-grandchildren; three step
grandchildren; and three step great-
Funeral services were held on
Nov. 19 at Hope Baptist Church.
The Rev. Kermit Mathews and
Rev. Harry Vanadoe officiated, and
burial followed at Hope Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family has
requested contributions to ,be made
to Haven Hospice, 4200 N.W. 90th
Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606. Ar-
rangements are under the care of
Jones-Gallaher Funeral Home in
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Farms, cities come
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The Bradford County
Extension Service and the
University of Florida/IFAS
Extension Service hosted
a series of exhibits In
a H honor of Farm-City Week.
.. ., *All the third-graders in
S Bradford County attended
the event at the Bradford
r County Fairgrounds,
S, where they interacted with
::i animalsanima, learned how to
..... compost and made their
,' :own butter, just to name a
i few of the fun, educational
.,", i* opportunities they took
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^ i of Hampton-Elementary
'School holds a baby chick.
Hannah Ferguson (left) and
Parker Brobston listen to
Bradford County Forester
Andy Lamborn talk about
trees. RIGHT: Southside
student Ariana Innocent
tastes goat milk. BELOW: A
group'of interested Starke
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Eoline Underhill talks with students about
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fice 3,000 sq.ft.-$800/
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good location downtown
Starke. Large enough for
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KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/
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5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
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rage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
school district. $1050/mo.
$1,050/dep. Call Dave
2BR/1BA APT. CH/A. Elec-
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wall carpet. $400/mo. sec.
deposit. References, call
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-
house(not MH) on Samp-
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well equip. kitchen, in-
side laundry, CH/A canal,
dock, deck,, screened
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Lawn maintenance, $999/
3BR/2BA near Keystone.
Now accepting applica-
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posit. Call 904-964-5734
for more information.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
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$495.00 rent and $700.00
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$575/mo. $575 security..
Service pets only. Call
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, 3
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$550/mo. plus deposit.
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$350/mo. plus deposit.'
Call 904-964-6445 or
4BR/2BA DWMH off CR.
221. CH/A. Dishwasher,
big yard, service ani-
mals only. $675/mo. plus
deposit. Call 352-468-
.3BR/2BA DWMH off CRW
221. CH/A. covered porch,
service animals only.
$550/mo. plus deposit.
STARKE, 3BR/2BA SW,
outside city limits, CH/
A, fireplace. $500/mo.
Plus $400 deposit, Pets
3BR/2BA. Custom wood
cabinets, CH/A. electric
fireplace in living room,
hardwood and ceramic
tile floors, back porch
with dry pantry, private
fenced yard, rap around
porch, all electric. City
water and sewer. $850/
mo. $500 sec. deposit,
pets considered with $250
non refundable deposit.
408 Lafayette St. Starke.
352-258-5993 or 352-
2BR/1BA. HOME 1/2 acre
with fenced yard, off CR.
.214, north Keystone
Heights. $575/mo. plus
deposit. Call 904-863-
Where one ca//ll
2BEDROOM upstairs Apart-
ment downtown Starke.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 904-964-6305 ask.
1BR/1BA Lake Geneva.
$400/MO. Call for details
dOZY & Clean and Tn Be-
tween. Two bedroom mo-
bile home, eat in kitchen,
large living.room, washer
and dryer, fenced yard,
private parking and more.
Keystone Heights, $500.
rent/mo., $600 security
deposit. Credit approval
required. Call forappoint-
BIG ESTATE SALE. Fri.
8am.-5pm, Sat. 8am.-
12pm. re opens from
2pm-5pm. 5310 MW. 53rd
St., from 301 take 225 W.
4 miles to 53rd St. turn,
left. From SR.16turn right.
on 53rd. St. Everything
that you would want in an
estate sale, plus Christ-
mas items. You don't want
to miss this one. Merry
BIG YARD SALE Friday
Nov. 30th, only. 8am.-?
at the Lawtey Park, in
Lawtey. Lots of good stuff.
THURS. FRI. SAT. 8am.-
5pm. 730 Glendale St.
Starke: Christmas decor,
clothes, shoes, Indian de-
cor, furniture, and more.
MOVING SALE, Sat. 9am.-"
/ 3pm: Crystal Lake Home
sites. 371 SE. 71st. Street,
Starke. Misc. items.
YARD SALE, DEC.1st,
Saturday, 8a-1p, Starke
SKOA on South 301. Big
items, include, dinette
table, odd chairs, washer,'
reclinerbar stools. Lots of
other treasures. -.
SAT 8am.-? 19684 NW. SR.
16,' Starke. Household
goods, pictures, dining
room table, China (Nori-
take Nippon the Bosnia),
costumes, toys, books,
holiday items, lawn-mow-
er, his & hers bikes and
SAT. 8am.-12:noon. Hamp-
ton Baptist Church, (In-
side Fellowship hall) CR.
18, Baby items, toys,
children clothes, many
children's books, shoes,
and lots of misc. items.
Everything must go. -
TRY AGAIN yard sale: Fri.
Sat. 9am.-3pm.. Take
301N, two miles north
of Lawtey, turn left on
251ST. 6/10 mile on right.
See signs. In case of rain
see next weekend.
YARD SALE. Sat. 2099
SE. 144th St. New dolls,
collectible dolls, to many
items to list.
YARD SALE SAT. 8am.-
? 368 E. Mimosa Dr.
Starke, take Bessett Rd.
@ Shands, 3rd Rd. left.
3rd home on right. House-
hold; furniture, clothing.
HUGE YARD SALE. Sat.
8am.-? 1.5 miles N. of
Hwy. patrol station on
NE. 187th St. Look for
signs on 301 after Fire-
works store. New ,and
used items. ,
FRI. SAT. 8AM.-4PM. 17598
NE. 28th Ave. Starke.
Household items, used
poultry equipment, (big in-
cubator 48" & 36", exhaust
fans, and 36" pancake
brooders. Also ceramics
and molds & kilns. .
FRI. SAT. 9AM.-4PM. 8343
NW. 185th St. (on Bayless
Hwy.) Adult and children
,clothes, misc. household
items, Avon products,
weight set, and much
more. Plus Christmas
Alachuo/Bradford A Community Partnershlp
S1 AND 2
607 1radfdrd Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for more info
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ESTATE SALE: Sat. Dec.
fst. 8am.-? 206 Brad-
tord Dr. (across from
Hands) look for signs.
Furniture, women clothing
6r., -small chest freezer,
D'lur .. entertainment
,center, TV. misc. items.'
Price to sell.
3 ',FAMILY Yard Sale,.Fr",
Sat. 8am.-2pm. US. 301
.Souir,, next to Murray
.Fcr.3, at Brown Trailer
Park, across from 301
,Quick Stop. Lots of new
items for Christmas pres-
'-nts. Lots of bargains,
,I-usehold iterhs, used
&ut very clean, tools,
'1erniture, clean clothes,
*-.ASCAR, sports items,
Kiling fahs, lighting fix-
-res, lamps, toys, lots
'f 25 cents to $1 items.
!'-ard sale. Fri. 7:30am.-
pm. Meadows Drive,
,.tarke. King, twin, full
mattress's. Furniture for
Rooms, bathroom van-
E, home decor, Christ-
i -mas decor, toy's like new,
Sbake sre larrnp-i, rugs,
s curi ,'., '. roas W hil-
ton a.e tem- Clothes
ail ,ze.. wr,,cr, include
Gap Ar r:-ro.r.i: Buckle,
.:gassiare iin ens. much
fJriucr, r more
-IJGE .ARO ;ALE. Sat.
-Barm .' [4lv and used
I tems fOlow yeiiow signs
Sin LaleV cr, Late St.
NiCi HUGE MULTI FAM-
-ALY yard sale. Thurs.
ti. Tools, knifes, dolls,
erything in between,
-cation, Lawtey Thrift
tore. 19859 US Hwy.
1091, between Lawtey and
tStarke. 9am.-4pm. WE
FRI. SAT. 9am.-5pm. 1964
i'S.E. 81st St., Theressa.
,TV's patio set, and other
k. YARD SALE- Fri. Sat. 8
^m. to 2 p:m. 7197 Pem-
?-roke Street, Keystone.
I1d bottles, 1891 newspa-
.er, old books, paintings,
prints, wheelchair, toys,
clothes household goods
feRAGE/ARD SALE. Sat.
*Sun. 8am.-4pm. 182 SE.
AT. pAM.-? 598 S.E. 4th
i.Ave, Melrose. Household,
$AT. SUN. Brooklyn Bay
;,-Road. Keystone. Many
Snew ilens. Christmas,
Scoileciables, toys and
Fri. 9am.-1lpm. Sat. 8am.-
^ Iam.'3387 SE. 8th Ave.
;-- -Melrose (CR. 21 B) behind
" <'*.Harvey's Supermarket at
'---ilarge brown warehouse.
ss : -* "' -~ ~ .... .
Furniture, 3 twin beds and
frames, wooden queen
head and footboard,
matching dresser and
chest of drawers, pic-
tures, large TV entertain-
ment center, desks, book
cases, filing cabinets,
triano, clothes, household
items, brand new electric
guitar, skiing equipment,
tube, tires and so much
more. Will 'take phone
calls if interested, before
sale. Everythiing priced to
350 Oriole Street, KH.
Christmas decor, books,
clothes, T-shirts, table
lamps, rugs, kiln LT 3k,
MULTI FAMILY, Sat. only.
7am.-2pm. 4277 SE. 2nd
Ave. (Keystone Club Es-
tates, by golf course.)
Many items, pluse huge
amount of Christmas
Lake butler Yard
YARD SALE Nov. 30 and
Dec. 1 at 7 am: 105 SE
1st Ave Lake Butler di-
rectly behind the Dol-
lar General Store. Baby
items including girls NB
18&mos, boys NB sz
7, strollers, car seats,
walkers, bedding, toddler
bed, VTeh Smile gaming
system, TVs, curtains,
tools, antique wardrobes,
.aquarium, king size bed,
mattress and box spring,
double waffle iron, dage-
dar track, mens and wo-
mens clothes and shoes,
Christmas decor and
MULTI FAMILY yard sale.
Every Fri. Sat. 10am.-
4pm. Old post office
building in Worthington
Springs, on 121. New,
used Items, collectibles,"
toys, furniture, house
MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE.
SSat. 8am.-? 475 NW. 2nd.
St. Lake Butler, @ Church
of Christ. Lots of toys,-and
PECAN BARN 2 miles
East of Starke on SR
16. Buy, sell and crack.
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
Wanted: Retired senior
metal detector hobbyist
seeks property (homes,
lakefront,. farms) to-de-
^ -aL '- .. ^ ^' ': "-" .. .... .. . .. .. .
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'Nice cement block home. Fresh paint inside
zand out. Hardwood floors, refrigerator, range
h nd dishwasher, one bedroom, living room,
,dining room, bathroom, kitchen, carport, utility
i. Tpom and new central heat and air unit.
Situated on approx. 1 ACRE, long road
frbntage on Hwy 21 in Melroge, FL..
S $45,000 CASH
or $59,900. Owner financing with 10% down
and approx. $559 monthly payments, paid for
lr 10 years. Call to see --
SSouthern Villas of
1., & 2 BR HC & non-HC
'" apartments. Central ac/
i eoat,, on-site laundry,
0 payground, private and
n quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
;. Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
.. 904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. 'This institution is an
lual opportunity provider
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunityy provider &
Call Nita at
tect. No shovels or heavy
equipment used. Probe
only* CalL Ed Bradford
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 pow-
er chair, new wheels,
,.rAi batterLes, new hand
controls. Good condi-
tion, $1995. Call 352 468-
2877, Also have a Harma
Power lift for $599. 352-
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
Hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must seelil paid $4,U00.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
26"Blue Meridian bicycle
trike, large basket on rear.'
New cost $399.99, ridden
twice, unable to ride now.
Asking $225. Call 904-
that will haul 3 motor-
cycles. $375. Call 352-
MTD 38" cut riding mower
with utility trailer. Runs
good, needs new blades.
$500.00. for bth Call
CRAFTSMAN Rotary lawn
mower. 6.5 horsepower,
22" side discharge. Runs
good $12500 Call 352-
GOING.OUT OF BUSINESS
sale. All inventory 30% off.
Home Town Variety Store,
-103 Edwards Rd. Starke.
55 GALLON metal barrels
Open top $8, close able
$16 Worthington Springs
area.Tires up to 60 percent
pairs or sets:two 195-60-
15, two 225-60-16, four'
205-65-15, four 215-70-
15, four 225-60-16.904-
Sofa Couch with'Hide-Away.
Double Bed and one
Straight Sitting Chair to
match. Tweed striped in
browns. Will email photos'
if requested. Good condi-
tion. $150 for both. Call
904-796-0781 or email
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark,- 904-284-8088 or
.FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
DAYCARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
SECRETARY for property
computer knowledge a
must. Send resume to
THE-CITY OF keystone
Heights is searching for
a Maintenance Worker 1.
Job duties include but not
limited to routine mainte-
nance of parks, streets,
cemetery, and city hall.
Will be required obtain in-
mate supervisor certifica-
tion and a Class "B" CDL.
This position will report
directly to Public Works
must demonstrate any
combination of educa-
tion and experience that
will produce the required
knowledge and abilities
and enable the individual
to successfully, perform
the essential function of
Sthe position. This Is a
KEYSTONE VILLAGE APARTMENTS,
S/'Tatrio n T /i. i- an A' w! I
4 8 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
9- (Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352473 -368JO EQUAL HOUSING
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNIT
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer.
'Land Clearing .Demolition
Pbnds *Road Grading
*Dozer Work R.E. Jones Fill Dirt
*Road Building Owe Limerock
'Driveways Owner .Washout
*Heavy Brush 'Site Prep
Mowing7"'R%, Licensed -Fire Line '
& insured Plowing'- .:
16418 SW 66th Lane -Starke, FL 32091
SENIOR RECEIVING CLERK
Coordinate and supervise operation of
a mail and stockroom. Collect and
distribute mail and packages. Use
computer, mail equipment, and various
work order and accounting programs,
material handling equipment and
vehicles. Requires High School
graduate;'plus three years warehouse
or clerical experience. A High School
equivalency diploma from the State
Department of Education may be
substituted for high'school graduation.
Florida driver's license with good
record. Good oral and written English,
Good customer.service. CDL a plus.
SALARY: $ 25,018 annually, plus
December 4, 2012
Persons interested should provide'College
employment application. Position details
and applications available on web at:
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City Fl 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-4814
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
VP/ADA/EA/EO College in Education and Employment
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SET. Solid Wood, never
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Help Wanted ,.
Transfer Drivers: Need
20 Contract Drivers,
CDL A or B to relocate
vehicles to and from
throughout US--No forced
part-time position. Appli-
cation deadline is Decem-
ber 7, 2012. Applications
and job description are
available at City Hall,
555 S. Lawrence Blvd,
Keystone Heights, FL
32656. Questions, con-
tact City Manager, Terry
Suggs at 352-473-4807.
EOE. Drug free/smoke
Wfree work place.
TECH. wanted F/T or P/T
for private radiology office
In Galnesville. AART &
tion req. Fax resume to
Apartment Maintenance Po-
sition Available (part-time)
Requires own tools,
experience & reliable
includes basic plumbing,
HVAC, electrical, carpen-
try, painting and appliance
repair. References &
background are require-
ment. Please apply at
1000 Pinewood Court,
Green Cove Springs, FL
32043. Phone number:
(904) 284-3548. "
RETIRED PERSON needed
for part time drive of con-
tractor postal truck. Must
have class A or B CDL
license. Live In the Key-
stone/Melrose area. Send
resume to debsweep@
windstream.net. and call
DRIVER: All Miles paid
(Loaded & Empty)lHome
on the weekends Run-
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IFKIUAY, NUV 3U, 1 AM
4 Bank Owned Properties
to be auctioned at
S839 S 5th St., Macclenny and
1 Bank Owned Property at
4817 Shaves BluffRd. at 2:30 PM
bed. Lease to Own-No
Money DownCALL: 866-
needed for townhome
community in Lake But-
ler. Must have 3+ years
of verifiable experience
as a full time painter and
have your own hand tools.
....I-ourly..pay rate of $12 to
$14. Call Mark at 972-
839-2498 to apply.
UNION COUNTY SCHOOL
BOARD, bus drivers
needed. 40 hours cert.
class provided. New train-
ing classes start Dec. 10th
2012. Please call Mike
TAKING applications for
Director of Nursing. Must
be Florida Registered
Nurse. Minimum I year
experience, In admin-
istrative or supervisory
nursing position. A suc-
cessful candidate will
have knowledge of CQI,
OBRA guidelines. Apply
In person. Windsor Manor
602 E Laura St. Starke Fl
_ 9091 DFWP/EEOC
RN, PT and OT needed In
Keystone Heightsi Mid-
dleburg area with at least
2 years experience,-For
home care. Call Sharon
Kuiper, RN, DON (904)
448-1133 call M-F 9-4.
CERTIFIED Medical as-
sistant with at least. 2
years experience. Busy
medical office, please
call 904-368-0641 for ap-
plication, or fax resume to
SATURDAY, DEC 1, 11 AM
8 Bank Approved Lots & 5 Bank
Owned Properties to be Auctioned at
Long Bay Road, Middleburg
SUNDAY,DEC2,. 1 M -LIVE OAK
3 Prime Lake Front Lots 20 acres (MOL) on "Lake Louise"
Across from 5982 Pine Crest Rd., Live Oak
For more information on these auctions please contact:
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JOHN HI-LL 386-590-1214 www.jwhillauctions.com OR
FRANK COKER 1-800-241-7591 OR
FROST WEAVER 904-733-0039
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Detention Officer Academy Basic Screening Process
The Alachua County Sheriff's Office plans to administer a basic screening process for candidates interested
in attending an Agency sponsored academy to obtain a Florida State Corrections Officer certification, and full-
time employment with the Alachua-County Sheriff's Office.
You must meet the following eligibility requirements to participate in this screening test:,
Must be at least 19 years of age/High school diploma/GED
Current, valid Florida driver's license/US Citizen
Be in good physical condition
Be of good moral character, have no felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions involving moral
character, perjury or false statements.
Have not .used marijuana in the past 12 months
Have not used any other illegal drugs in the past five years.
No tattoos that are visible when dressed in a long-sleeve shirt and trousers.
No tattoos that depict violence, gang affiliations, illegal substances or activities.
If you meet the requirements above, and wish to participate in the screening process, you must complete a
TPre-Screening Application. You must pick up a Pre-Screening Application at the Alachua County
Sheriff's Office Human Resources Bureau or call 352-367-4040 for further instructions.
Candidates who did not successfully complete the testing process administered in July 2012 for the position
of Detention Officer Trainee are not eligible to participate in this process.
If selected to attend the academy, you will be employed as a Detention Officer Trainee at the pay rate of
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TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR B SECTION 0 THURSDAY, Nov. 29, 2012
4 earn wins
for BHS at
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Reiomnal News/Sports Editor
Amanda Young, Haley Tieken,
Heather Johnson and Samantha
Cook won their respective
weight classes in the Bradford
girls' weightlifting team's
season-opening meet against
S Young (101 class) had a'
130-pound total (70 benfich press,
60 clean and jerk), while Tiken
(119).iad a 190 total (95, 95)..
Johnson (199) had a 210 total
(110, 100), while Cook had. a
420 total (210,210).
Placing second for Bradford
were: Luci Hamn (101) with a
125 total (65, 60), Karen Clark
(110) with a'17Tiotal (i85. 90),
SChristin Hopkins (119) with
a 170 total (85, 85), Makayla
Proctor (139) with a 165 total
(85, 80), Ryann Clemons (169)
with a 175 total (85,90), Angela
Byrd (183) with a 165 total (85,
80) and Brooke Shireman (199)
with a 165 total (80,85).
Third-place finishers were
Allison Scott (110) with a 150
total (70, 80) and Angela Griffis
(;39.) ith a 130 total (70,60).
Bradford will travel to
Gainesville Thursday, Nov. 29,
for a meet against Gainesville
and Santa Fe.
4 classes in
Nov. 13 meet
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Keystone Heights hosted Union
County in a girls' weightlifting
meet on Nov. 13, with Jealyn
Miller, Sarah Leff, Taylor Jewett
and Morgan Boettcher winning
their respective weight classes.
Returning lifters Miller (110
class) and Boettcher (unlimited)
had totals of 220 and 395,
respectively. Miller had a 110
bench press .and a 1I10 clean and
jerk, while Boettcher had a 210
bench press and a 185 clean and
Leff (139) and Jewett (183)
are first-year lifters. Leff had a
180 total (80 bench press, 100
clean and jerk), while Jewett had
a 160 total (75,85).
Finishing .second for the
Indians were: Blair Graff (101)
with a 95 total (45, 50), Kayla
Baker (119) with a 155 total
(75, 80), Delaina McEwen
(129) with a 130 total (75, 55),
Brittany Butler (139) with a
50 total (50, no clean and jerk
total), Molly Graff (154) with a
140 total (70, 70), Jessica Smith
(183) with a 125 total (75, 50),
Sami Jo Anderson (199) with a
165 total (90, 75) and Heather
Fitts (unlimited) with a 265 total
Of the second-place finishers,
,Butler, McEwen, Smith and
Blair Graff are in their first years
Placing third ifor Keystone
were: Juliana Kramer (101)
with a 55 total (30, 25), Julia
Sorano (110) with a 165 total
(95, 70), Calee Harrison (119)
with a 135 total (65, 70), Jenna
Dugger (129) with a 110 total
(60, 50) and Katie Dalton (199)
with a 140 total (75, 65). Dalton,
Dugger and Kramer are first-year
Keystone will host Palattka on
Thursday, Nov. 29, at 2:30 p.m.
sign up now
The Keystone Youth Basketball
Association is registering boys-
and girls in grades 3-7 for its
upcoming season.The cost is $50
by the Wednesday, Dec. 12, due
date. The cost for players signing
up after Dec. 12 is $60.
A clinic will held Saturday,
Dec. 15, from 9 a.m. until 11a.m.
Players will be.placed on teams,
and schedules will be handed
S Registration forms may be
obtained at Keystone. Heights
Jr.-Sr. High School. (Checks
are made payable to KHHS
Boys Basketball or KHHS Girls
For more information, please:
call Jimmy Thomas at 3-52-473"-
1440 or Jessica Carter at 352-
473-4844, ext. 2314. .
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Mathew drane controls the
ball for Keystone.
Continued from 5B
possibility Keystone could finish
with a second straight scoreless
tie, as that is where the score
stood through the first 74 minutes
of the match. Cory Hedding,
though, put the Indians on, the
board, scoring off of a Grant
A tie still seemed a possibility
approximately one minute later
when Young Kim scored for
Trinity Christian, but Graftf's
header- gave the Indians what
would be their closest win to
date. Four of Keystone's five
previous wins were by at least
six goals, while the other was a
3-0 match against Oakleaf.
The Indians -travel to play
District 5-2A Newberry on
Thursday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m.
They then play their first match
at the KHHS field on Friday,
Nov. 30, against district opponent
Interlachen at7 p.m. (The Indians'
previous home matches have
been played at Twin Lakes Park,
but the remaining home matches
Swill be played at KHHS.).,
Keystone hosts Newberry and
Fernandina Beach on Monday,
Dec. 3,. and Tuesday, Dec. 4,
respectively. Both matches are
scheduled for 7 p.m.
Keystone's Grant McGee