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USPS 062-700 Two Sections Starke, Florida Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010 131st Year 20th Issue 75 CENTS




Starke Clerk Johns accused of helping son's business


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
Starke City Clerk Linda Johns
has been accused of misusing her
office to benefit her son's busi-
ness, and the Florida Commis-


sion on Ethics has found there is
probable cause to believe she is
guilty.
The allegation involves some-
thing Starke residents and busi-
nesses are particularly sensitive
about-utility bills.


A complaint filed with the eth-
ics commission by Starke busi-
nessman Lee Sparks alleges that
Johns allowed her son's business,
Garfield Cleaners, to go months
without paying its bill and with-
out having its utilities cut off.


Sparks separately alleged that
Johns had ordered someone in
her office to alter records per-
taining to the first allegation, but
the ethics commission did not
find probable cause to believe
that was the case.


According to the investigative
report released following the eth-
ics commission's probable cause
finding, Sparks filed the com-
plaint after requesting and re-
ceiving records in October 2009
that showed Kevin Johns' busi-


ness was more than 120 days past
due but the utilities had not been
shut off, although the city was
owed more than $3,000. Two
days after Sparks received the

See JOHNS page 2A


Ice and


fire on


tap for.


Bradford

Low temperatures and
high fire danger-take
precautions now
BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Although the local temperatures have
not yet reached the winter record lows
of 1985, anyone whose work is directly
affected by the weather will tell you
that it's cold.
In 1985, temperatures in Jacksonville
dropped to a record 7 degrees on Jan.
21 that year.
Three days ago in Jacksonville, on
Tuesday morning, Dec. 14, the temper-
ature plummeted to 20 degrees. When "
records for Dec. 14 were checked, it
was found that the previous record low
for Dec. 14 in Jacksonville was 24 de-
grees in 1960. The record low for Dec.
14 in St. Augustine was 30 degrees in
1989.
Of course, that still doesn't over-
shadow the record low for the state of
Florida, which was minus 2 degrees
recorded on Feb. 13, 1899, in Tallahas-
See COLD page 2A


Follow the

smoke to

Florida's most

fun winter

weekend
Grab your hat and hang onto it real
tight! Two top notch, highly acclaimed
entertainers head the bill at the third an-
nual Santa Fe College Boots 'n BBQ
Cook-Off and fundraiser Feb. 10-12.
Songwriter/guitarist Jimmie Van
Zant is one of the headliners. A native
of Jacksonville, his musical style is
country, rockabilly and Southern rock.
As proclaimed on Van Zant's Mys-
pace page, "You just know that if Jim-
mie is singing, preachin' and layin'
down the law, Southern rock music is
alive and well. Southern rock is the sta-
ple of today's country music and many
are looking for what Jimmie has natu-
rally."
I He has made three albums: "South-
ern Comfort," "My Name is Jimmie"
and-the latest-"Cut from the Same
Cloth." Don't miss Van Zant's perfor-
mance at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12.
Boots 'n BBQ's other stellar per-
former is Alex Ortiz. He is a stand-up
comedian who has headlined at The
Apollo, Funny Bones and The Improvs.
He's been on Comedy Central's Premi-
um Blend, Latino Laugh Festival and
was "Showtime at the Apollo" TKO
Comedy Champion of 2002.
A multi-talented former Chicago fire-
man, Ortiz has recently been filming a

See SMOKE page 3A


Starke looks at raising sewer rates in city


BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
The Starke City Commission is look-
ing at raising sewer rates by 35 percent
over two years in order to make the de-
partment finally pay for itself.
The commission discussed its sewer
revenue shortfall in a workshop last
week after asking Operations Manager
Ricky Thompson to look at how much
rates would need to be adjusted to elim-
inate it. Five-percent annual increases
in sewer rates isn't doing the job, al-
though they have helped eliminate a
prior shortfall in the water department.
It costs more to provide sewer service
than the city makes through its charges
0
for the service. The city projected a loss
of more than $464,000 in the sewer
department this year, with overages in
electric and water service making up
the shortfall.
To come within $25,000 of that short-
fall, rates would have to go up 35 per-
cent, Thompson said, although he was
not talking about raising the base rate
for sewer service. Instead, his example
called for raising the variable rates,
rates charged based on a customer's
monthly usage.
Residential and commercial custom-
ers pay the same base rates, but the base
rate increases with meter size, affecting
businesses primarily. The variable rate
starts off higher for businesses, and the
rate increases as more water is used,
so commercial customers tend to have
higher water and sewer bills.
Thompson estimated the average
residential household uses 8,800 gal-
lons of water (sewer bills are based on
water usage), which would result in a
$30.86 bill under the current rate sched-
ule. Leaving the base rate at $17.75 (for


up to a I-inch meter) but adjusting the
variable rate from $0.00149 to $0.00201
would result in a bill of $35.43, or $4.57
more per month based on the average
usage.
Thompson's example for a com-
mercial customer was based on 21,200
gallons per month. Here the base rate
is higher because of the larger meter
and the variable rate increases for each
10,000 gallons of water used. Cur.ent-
ly, a commercial customer pays a base
rate of $24.50 for up to a 1.5-inch meter
(larger meters have even higher base
rates). The variable rate is $0.00190 for
the first 10,000 gallons, $0.00300 for
the second 10,00q gallons, $0.00342
for the third 10,000 gallons and so on.
For 21,200 gallons, the monthly bill
for this commercial customerwould be
$77.60.
Adjusting the variable rates up 35
percent to $0.00257, $0.00405 and
$0.00462 for the first, second and third
10,000 gallons of usage would increase
the bill to $96.24, or $18.64.
"The ones who use more water will
pay," Thompson said.
According to his figures, the rate
increase would raise an additional
$194,462 from residential customers
and $172,321 from commercial cus-
tomers. It is estimated water meter re-
pair could result in as much. as $72,000
more for the city as well.
Starke's sewer rates tended to be
less than other neighboring communi-
ties Thompson looked at, another argu-
ment used to justify a rate increase. He
pointed out, however, he wasn't recom-
mending a 35-percent rate increase. He
said that is simply what it would take to
help eliminate the shortfall.
Commissioner Tommy Chastain
pointed out that electric and water


charges are subsidizing the sewer ser-
vice. The question was what to do with
the additional money in those depart-
ments if sewer is made (nearly) self-
sufficient. He said that revenue needed
to be directed somewhere instead of
just being spread out.


Sewer Rates Co

S .. Utility. Monthly
'

Starke $17.75

Clay $21.08


Macclenny


Newberry


3


"If we're going up on one side on
our customers then it's only fair maybe
to lower something down on the other
side," he said.
He wanted to know how electric


See RATES page 3A


Cost Per
5.000 gal
$7.45

$16.00

$2.45
(first 5,000 gallons)


$10.50


$33.75


$22.55

$10.00


$14.37


$.17.50
(+3.000 gallons)


'High Springs $33.80


Alachua


Lake Butler


(+5.000 gallons)

$9.35

$23.00
(+3,000 gallons)


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What would a Santa breakfast be without reindeer? The Starke Elementary School chorus, Including members (I-r) Leann Hiliard,
Emily Acevedo and Georgia Wilson, donned red noses and antlers during its performance at the school's annual Santa breakfast
Dec. 4. Visitors enjoyed pancakes, sausage, bacon, cinnamon rolls, coffee and hot chocolate, while the kids got their chance to sit
upon Santa's knee and tell him what they most want for Christmas.


Deadline Monday 5 pm. before publication Phone (904) 964-6305 Fax (904) 964-8628


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^2A __ Bradford County Telegraph Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010


Sending Christmas wishes to soldiers...
The Brooker Elementary School PTO recently delivered approximately 300
Christmas cards to the Brooker Post Office to be sent to members of the American
military in southern Afghanistan. The cards were handcrafted by Brooker students,
pre-K through fifth grade. They contain personal messages and colorful pictures.
The cards were delivered to the post office to Brooker Post Master Jackie Adams
(left) and Sylvia Fletcher (right).


JOHNS
Continued from page 1A

report, the account was brought
up to date.
Sparks also presented the in-
vestigator with a copy of a July
cut-off report when Garfield
Cleaners was 80 days past due.
Like the other businesses on the
cut-off list that may have made
arrangements to pay in order to
avoid having their utilities dis-
connected, Garfield had been
tossed off. the list. But as a
subsequent report from October
showed, the amount due had still
*not'been paid and the utilities had
still not been disconnected.
The city clerk admitted to the
investigator that by that time,
Garfield Cleaners would have*
been on the cut-off report at least
four times, but she denied ever
telling an employee to remove
her son's business from the cut-
off list.
Linda Johns told the investiga-
tor that the cut-off report is gen-
erated in the finance department,
and although she oversees that
department, she never sees the
list. It is provided to the office's
cashiers who review the report
and remove the names of those
residents or businesses that pay
their bill or make arrangements
to do so.
Johns said she did not recall
being told about Garfield's de-
linquent account until right be-
fore a payment was submitted in
October. If the business had been
removed from the cut-off list in,
the preceding months, it must
have been one of the cashiers us-
ing their own discretion.
Johns' employees told a differ-
ent story. Wendy Sullivan is the
head cashier and the first to re-
view the monthly cut-off report.
She said she informed Johns each
month Garfield Cleaners ap-
peared on the cut-off list. While
she said Johns never directed her
to remove the business from the
cut-off list, Johns told her that
a payment would be made. Sul-
livan said she understood that to
mean the business should be re-
moved from the list.
Cashier Christopher Page per-'
forms a second review of the cut-
off reports. He stated that Johns
did not regularly receive a copy
of the reports unless there was
a problem or Garfield Cleaners'
account was in the report', but he
said he never recalled removing
it from the list or being told to do
so.
During the investigation, there
was some discussion of the city's
billing policy, which permits two
extensions a year for customers
struggling to pay their bills, but
b6th Sullivan and billing clerk
Cheryl Crabtree, who generates
the cut-off reports, told the in-
vestigator they had never known
an account to remain delinquent


1~ A
'~'


Linda Johns

for 120 days and not be discon-
nected.
In the fall of 2009, Sparks re-
quested numerous documents
from the city, to include utility
records for the elected officials
and businesses with which they
or their families were associ-
ated. Two days following his re-
ceipt of the information showing
Kevin Johns' business so far in
arrears, a payment was made on
the account.The $2,000 cashier's
check and $639 credit card pay-
ment was enough to settle the
past due amount, leaving $462
that had just been billed for the
month of October and was not
yet considered .past due.

Both the clerk and city attor-
ney Terry Brown communicated
the city commission's desire to
extend leniency toward custom-
ers, particularly since electric
costs had risen. Linda Johns
also provided the investigator
with copies of cut-off lists that
highlighted several other delin-
quent accounts. Eighi of those
included the National Guard ar-
mory ($740.88), Army recruit-
ing office ($10) and fairgrounds
($2,352 total for six separate ac-
counts). There,were four residen-
tial accounts'?$51.32, $417.40,
$274.98, $1,019.24). There was
only one significantly past due
business account, Comcast Ca-
ble, which o,'d $91.66.
These ex'nples and inter-
views with 'Johns' employees
led the ethics commission advo-
cate to reconimend no finding of
probable case that Johns had
corruptly misused her position to
benefit'her son's business.:When
the evidence was placed before
the ethics commission, how-
ever, the commission disagreed.
In doing so, the commission or-
dered a public hearing to find out
whether Johns violated the code
of ethics.

It is still possible Johns could
resolve the complaint against her
through a settlement agreement
negotiated with the commission
advocate and approved by the
ethics commission.


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As for Sparks other allega-
tion-that Johns had directed
someone in her office to alter
records-no evidence was found
to support that. Johns' employ-
ees denied ever being instructed
to change records, and some
doubted that information in the
computer system could even be
changed. Sparks told the investi-
gator he had no first-hand knowl-
edge to support the allegation
and did not know which employ-
ee was supposedly asked to ma-
nipulate the records. He further
refused to identify the source of
his information.
The commission found no
probable cause to believe the city
clerk or her employees altered
records, and so that allegation
will not play a part in the ordered
public hearing.

According to the ethics com-
mission's Web site, public hear-
ings are often held near the loca-
tion of the alleged wrongdoing.
There is no information as of yet
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COLD
Continued from page 1A

see.
The historical average low
temperature for Jacksonville in
December is 40 degrees, but the
past few days have dropped well
below that. Tuesday's low of 20
degrees was expected to be out-
done by Wednesday's predicted
low of 19 degrees. Things were
then expected" to warm up today,
Thursday, with a predicted low
of 35 degrees
Friday is to be warmer still
with a low of 44 degrees. Satur-
day is predicted to have a low of
52 degrees and Sunday is expect-
ed to chart a low of 40 degrees.
A hard freeze warning was in
effect Tuesday night for Brad-
ford County, meaning that tem-
peratures below 27 degrees were
expected to last for at least two
hours.
When contacted Tuesday
morning,Tommy King of King's
Kountry produce said he and
most other farmers in the area
were in a wait-and-see mode.
"Nothing of mine has been hurt
yet because I had everything cov-
ered up," he said after the Tues-
day morning low of 20 degrees.
"Tonight (Tuesday night) will be.
the one that tells the story. I've
got-fiiy strawberries covered up,
but tomorrow (Wednesday) will
tell the tale."
Leon Odom of Leon's Plumb-
ing said they had only received
one call on Tuesday and it was
about a pump problem that was
not related" to cold damage. "It"
hasn't really thawed out enough
yet for people to tell if their pipes
are damaged. If it got frozen, it's
probably still frozen," he said.
Odom. and Ricky Alvarez of
Alvarez Plumbing both agreed
that so far this has not been any-
where near as bad as the freeze in
1985 and Alvarez said it hasn't
so far been as bad for them as last
year.
"Last year it got down in the
teens and was cold for a solid


Alvarez also recommended
the Spigot Freeze Preventers in-
vented by Lake Butler resident
Jack Montpetit. He said they
can be purchased at many. of the
hardware and farm supply stores
in Starke. The devices allow ho-
meowners to better control the-,
amount of water flowingod6of
their spigots-to ensure that the
water moves through the pipes
without wasting water or elec-
tricity.
Fire danger side effect of
the cold temperatures .
Another side effect of the cold
temperatures is an increased dan-
ger of fire. A Red Flag Warning
is in effect for Bradford County
through today (Thursday).
A Red Flag Warning. means
fires are likely to start quickly,
spread furiously and burn in-
tensely.
"These low temperatures cre-
ate dead and dry vegetation that
allow wildfires to start and burn
easily," said Commissioner of
Agriculture and Consumer Ser-
vices Charles Bronson. "A lack
of the typical tropical moisture
usually seen during hurricane


Bronson urged everyone to
concentrate on the three most irm-
portant areas of their homes:
Roof and gutters-should be
free of all vegetation and debris."
Around the 'sides of the
,'hobse-keep the area clean and
landscape the area using plants-
with low flammability; keep'
organic mulch, especially pine
straw, moist.
Within 30 feet of the house-
keep the area mowed, watered
within current local water mani-
agement guidelines, and keep all
debris and brush picked up.
"It's important for everyone
to remember that almost 80 per-
cent of all wildfires in Florida'
are caused by humans. Wildfires
that don't start can't injure resi-
dents or damage structures. Be'
careful when using anything that -
involves fire or high heat, or that-
can cause a spark to ignite nearby-
brush," said Bronson.
For more information on
things you can do to lower the
wildfire risk around your home
and community or how to pre-
vent wildfires, please visit www.
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THANK YOU!!

The Starke-Bradford Babe Ruth League, as well as,
The Starke Recreation & Park Department,
Recreation Advisory Board & Baseball & Softball
Advisory Board, would like to take this opportunity
to extend to each of the following sponsors &
supporters a sincere "THANK YOU" for your
contributions to our 2010 Spring & Fall League and
the 2010 Bradford All-Stars.


Walmart
Ellison Wood Products
Publix
North Fla. Pharmacy of Keystone
Community State Bank
Sporting Chance
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Florida Credit Union
Teal Tile Carpet
Hoyers Express Tree Service
United Country American Dream
'Florida Pest Control
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
Hardees


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Jennings Insulation Inc.
Showcase Advertising
Welch & Surveying
Bradford Lodge #35 F&AM


Man Goes "TOAD-AL" at High School Reunion
BEXAR COUNTY After using Thera-Gesic' on aching joints,
Tom W. attended last Friday's reunion where, according to 5 amused and
concerned classmates, he went TOAD-AL. He squatted, extended both
anis to the ground, arched his back and didchis best to hop numerous times
while croaking.
When asked'to explain his behavior, he painlessly replied,
"None of your dang business!."

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week. We had a lot of work back season has left Florida drier than
then," said Alvarez, describ- normal in spite of recent rainfall.
ing weeks of frenzied repairs in These frosts and freezes will
freezing weather. make a bad situation worse."
Alvarez also said he thought The Keetch-Byram Drought.
thatafter last year people are more Index, a means of measuring
aware of the damage the cold can how dry the soil and vegetatiohi
do and are better prepared for it. are, currently shows Bradford
"Last year cost so many people County at 638. The scale only
so much money, I think they may goes to 800. The normal level for
have used more common sense North Florida is between 241 and
this year," he said. 420.
He offered some cold-weather Union County has a current in-
tips for property owners with dex number of 595. Clay is 631
pumps. He said to make sure and Duval is 548.
pipes and pumps are wrapped. "This cold front could lead to
Keep a light on to help warm increased wildfire activity sooner
your pump and let your water run than expected," Bronson said. "I1
at a trickle, not just a drip. would urge all residents to do ev-
"Your pump needs to kick on erything possible to increase the
'bout once every 30 minutes probability that their home will
-..d run for several minutes each survive a wildfire."
time. That keeps the water mov- For the calendar year through
ing through the pipes and helps Dec. 12, there were 2,767 wild-
keep them from freezing," he fires in Florida that burned
said. 1 30,448 acres.






Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010 Bradford County Telegraph 3A


Tornado stricken


couple to spend


Christmas in


new home


there was water coming down
the wall.
She hadn't seen the worst of it
yet.
The tornado picked the home
up and moved it at least four feet,
destroying it. Half of the roof
was ripped off, and a portion still
hangs from a tree at the back of
the lot. He thinks the only thing
that kept the trailer upright was
the air conditioning unit.
"It was devastating, because
you work all your life-and it
was paid for. It wasn't much, but
it was home," he said.
While John returned home to
a heartbreaking sight, it wasn't
all bad news. Joyce, who was
in the trailer during the storm,
was shaken but safe, and he
had friends around to help sort
through the mess. In particular,
he said he was grateful to the city
of Starke employees who helped
and his friends David Allen,Tom
Goetzman and Sambo Hatcher.
Since the storm, the Sassers
have been living with John's
mother in Graham. They were
without insurance (insurance on
an aging mobile home would
have been sky high) and were
faced with having to purchase a
See HOME page 4A


twist. Instead of the loser kiss-
ing a pig, the winner gets to do
it! Eight prominent Bradford
County citizens are competing
with each other to see who gets
to smooch the pig.
Whoever brings in the most
votes/money wins. The roster of
candidates isat www.bootsnbbq.
com. Each vote is $5; vote early
and vote often. Ballot box stuff-
ing is encouraged, and all the
funds go for scholarships.
SF Boots 'n BBQ has plenty
of family fun. There are bounce
houses, trains,.,a kiddie tractor
pull, aind a kiddie arcade with
crafts ,and face painting. There's
also tethered hot air balloon rides
and a petting zoo.
Thursday night features a
gospel sing. Friday night has a
"Starke Idol" contest, and Sat-
urday brings a "Minute to Win.
It" type event where members
of the local fire department face
off against their peers from the
police department in a Guns and
Hoses contest. Santa Fe College
cheerleaders will, perform and
some SF athletes will do games
and sessions with the kids.
There's a bike ride, too. Cy-
clists can ride either a 25-mile or
a 55-mile course. The cycle entry
fee includes festival admission, a
T-shirt, a number, and a barbecue
meal afterwards. The cost is $35
until Feb. 8, $40 after that-all
part of the fundraising for Brad-
ford County students.
The 2011 festival runs 5-9 p.m.
Thursday, Feb. 10,5-10 p.m. Fri-
day, Feb. 11 and 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 12, at the,Brad-
ford County Fairgrounds, rain or
shine. Admission is $5 per day.
To learn more call* Kathryn
Lehman at 352-395-5355, 904-
964-5382, ext. 5355, or e-mail
kathryn.lehman@sfcollege.edu
Visit www.bootsnbbq.com. for
images, more information and
travel directions.


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BY MARK J. CRAWFORD
Telegraph Editor
There will be modest Christ-
mases this year and extravagant
ones, but few will be as big as
the holiday one local couple will
experience after tragically losing
their home earlier this year.
John and Joyce Sasser of
Starke have been relying on the
kindness of family since a tor-
nado that wreaked havoc in the
north of the county last January
made a plaything of their mobile
home.
The couple had been living in
their mobile home on C.R. 229
for many years, and though it
was older, John had put a lot of
work.into keeping it up. He re-
cently put in a new kitchen and a
garden tub. It wasn't grand but it
was home, until it was unexpect-
edly taken away.
The tornado that hit Bradford
County on Jan. 21 traveled nearly
seven miles from west of Bayless
Highway to the east side of U.S.
301, leaving a quarter-mile wide
path of destruction.
But John, who works for the
city of Starke, was on the job
wlhbn the storm struck and re-
ceived a call from his wife say-
ing he had to come home because


SMOKE
Continued from page 1A

children's sitcom called "Chef-
sters." It shows kids how to cook
nutritional but fun foods, like
healthier versions of cheeseburg-
ers and pizza. He also appeared
in-another children's television
series, "The Mystery Of."
Ortiz will do several perfor-
mances; when the times are set
they'll be announced at ww.
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There's plenty of the be%, most.
scrumptious, down home eatin'
you can imagine along with the
great entertainment at Boots
'1.1BBQ. More than 70 profes-
sihial barbecue teams cook their
bst meats at Florida's most fun
wvter weekend on the Bradford
Cointy Fairgrounds.
C.his year's cook-off is the
FlOrida Bar-B-Que Association
Skte Championship for 2011,
ong of three FBA Triple Crown
Saies corfestV, and a Jack Dan-
ieLa World Championship In-
vittional Barbecue qualifier
event.
I'n addition to sizzling, fragrant
bbecued beef, pork and chicken
y 'll find mouthwatering cakes
sc moist and light you'll slap
ycdr momma.
But Boots 'n BBQ is also about
the,-students of Bradford County
anT raising money to fund schol-
ar ;ips so they can attend Santa
FeZ'ollege.
SF Boots 'n BBQ is an impor-
tant event in Bradford County,
wM re the spirit of community is
stang. It. brings together the best
dc 'n-home bakers and candy
makers. Recipes that' have been
handed down in families through
ge&rations are used to craft de-
letable sweets to be sold-with
alljhe proceeds going for schol-
arsips.
? new fundraiser this year is
Kiss the Pig, a contest with a


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SEWER
Continued from page 1A

costs could be brought down,
as did Commissioner Wilbur
Waters, who said looking at a
35-percent rate hike was going
to "shake everybody up." But
attorney Terry Brown pointed
out the 35 percent was neces-
sary because Starke is lower in
comparison to other cities, and
the increase wouldn't result in
a profit for the city, only allow
the sewer department to break
even.
City Clerk Linda Johns cau-
tioned against touching electric
rates before the end of the fiscal
year just in case revenue pro-
jections did not live up to ex-
pectations. Johns also suggested
an alternative plan to raise base
rates on the sewer side instead of
the variable rate, which she said
would spread the increase out
among more people. To raise the
variable rate would not increase
costs for those who use less wa-
ter.
But encouraging water conser-
vation was seen as a benefit of
raising the variable usage rate.
Commissioner Carolyn Spooner
said eventually the city would
face requirements to reduce
its water consunption. People


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Use plants that need little wa-
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would be more inclined to curb
consumption if it saved them
money, she said.
Johns' plan also didn't raise
all of the money necessary to
close the shortfall, which was
intentional. She said customers,
are burdened enough as it is. The
commission could look at an ad-
ditional increase the following
year instead of imposing a larger
increase all at once.
Mayor Travis Woods asked
about the state of the city re-
serves, depleted during system
upgrades, and he and Johns both
agreed some of the money cur-
rently going to the sewer short-
fall should be used to beef up the
city reserves. What doesn't go
toward reserves could go into the


city's electric bill stabilization
fund, commissioners said. They
see this as returning money to
customers through lower elec-
tric bills.
Johns' plan to raise the base
rate didn't stick, but her idea
to spread the increase out over
more than one year did. Woods
said he would like the city to


raise around $300,000 the first
year, including the water meter
repair revenue, as Johns called
for, then look are raising the re-
mainder the following year.
Commissioners will con-
tinue to look at the information
Thompson provided, but an actu--
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1Lawtey Christmas parade seeking entries


The Lawtey Recreation
Department is asking for
donations for the annual Lawtey
Community Christmas Party,
held each year to benefit children
in the community.
The party will be held on
Saturday, Dec. 18, at Lawtey
Community School following
the Christmas parade, which


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invited to participate, and toys
will be available to children up
to 12 years old.
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Suzette Miscally at 904-782-
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the digital media and fine arts
programs.
The final goal is to create the
ability to do "real film production'
through the college," said graph-
ic design professor Marc Shah-
boz. There are already courses
taught on some of the more tech-
nical aspects, but Shahboz, who
is the mainspring behind this
new push, wants to create a more

See FILM page 5A


Join the parade
Anyone interested in joining
the Lawtey Christmas parade is
welcome to do so. Lineup will
begin at Lawtey Community
School at 9 a.m. that morning;
simply show up and line up. The
parade will circle the block and
travel to Lake Street where it


will then cross U.S. 301, taking
Northeast C.R. 225 out to Walk
By Faith Ministries. There it will
turn around and head back to the
school for the Christmas party.
Parade participants are also
invited to lunch at the home of
recreation board member Ben
Strong on C.R. 225.


HOME
Continued from page 3A

used mobile home to put back on
the lot until the county's housing
agency came up with a better op-
tion for those hurt by the storm
When the county found out
that the damage wasn't severe
enough to warrant federal di-
saster funds, many were angry
at FEMA. The county's com-
munity devebpment director,
Angela Cooper, took that frustra-
tion and looked closer to. home
for a solution, requesting an ad-
ditional allocation of state hous-
ing funds. Typically these funds
promote affordable housing by
.providing for home repair or
replacement or down payment
assistance. The emergency fund-
ing Cooper sought and received
was specifically for homeowners
impacted by the tornado. There
was restriction. For example, the
money had to build new homes,
not purchase mobile homes, you
had to own your property, not
rent, and income was a factor in
qualifying.
The Sassers' new home is not
a handout. They had to finance
30 percent of the cost of the new
home. which is still a bargain,
but it's also a responsibility they
didn't think they would have
at this time in their life. Fortu-
nately, John is working and can
continue to work for the city. It
was also (ortunate they were able,
to find financing in these times;
Some others who were interested
in the program are still finding
that difficult, although Cooper
hasn't stopped looking for addi-
tional funds to help.
"I'm living in a lot better than
what I had," John said. "It was
bad when it happened, but on
the other hand, I have something
that's going to be there a life-
time."
The home is not just a blessing
for the Sassers, but for Cooper as
well.
"When you can do something
like this, it reminds me of why I
do it," she said. The Sassers are
nice people, she said, and very
appreciative, so she gets choked
tip when talking about the proj-
ect.
The home is also a blessing for
builder Jacob Ferguson and the
stbdontractors he works with.
1t6l the first full home he's had


the opportunity to build in a year
ari'a half.
'..He said he build's every house
like he would build his own. The
Sassers' home is a 2-by-4 frame
house on a monolithic slab with
brick veneer and a 30-year roof.
There are two bedrooms, a
bathroom and laundry room, liv-
ing, dining and kitchen areas and
a porch. The home has heating
and air, energy efficient appli-
ances, and was designed with
consideration for Joyce's mobil-
ity issues. And while no home is
storm proof, Ferguson said this
home goes beyond code in terms
of safety.
"I suggest if you waht a house
built, this man can do it," Sasser
said of Ferguson. "He's done a


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John is proud of his'hoie, and
he said he's not quite sure how
to handle moving into something
this nice.
"I'm tickled to death," he said,
and he and Joyce are looking for-
ward to spending Christmas at
home, although whether Joyce's
beloved terrier has a place inside
anymore is still the subject for
debate.
John expressed gratitude to
Cooper and the county, Fergu-
son, and once again to the city of
Starke, his friends and family, for
helping him and his wife make it
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.Finally the last week of school
before Christmas break! Woo!
Christmas music is in the air this
week. The chorus group had their
Christmas recital on Tuesday,
Dec. 14, and the band has their
Christmas concert on Thursday,
Dec. 16, at 7 p.m. All are wel-
come to come and there is no
admission.
The girls soccer team played
against Interlachen on Friday,
Dec. 10. It was an intense game
to watch! The girls played their
hearts out and gave it their all on
the field. They lost 8-2 but it re-
:ally was a well-played game.
The girls weightlifting team
!competed against Columbia and
Buchholtz at Columbia on Tuesz
!day, Dec. 14. The wrestling team
,is having a home dual match, vs.
tFernandina, at 7 p.m. on Thurs-
:day, Dec. 16.
The basketball team has a ri-
valry home game against Baker
iCounty this Friday, Dec. 17, at
6 p.m. Also, Dec. 17 is the Win-


,Christmas is
ffor the birds...
: Your help is needed in track-
:ing, feeding and e-mailing photos
'of feeder birds, migratory birds,
:sTiowv birds and exotic .humming
birds that visit our Florida win-
*ter.
Free participation is needed
online or by mail in Christmas
'Bird Watch through www.birds.
,cornell.edu.org and www.bird-
:source.org through Cornell lab
jDec. 14-Jan. 5 and the Christmas
,Bird Count through www.audu-
bon.org with the Audubon Soci-
ety (either online or through the
tAudubon in Melrose) on Christ-
fas day.
L These surveys will help track
:landing migratory birds like blue
Ksandhill crane, whooping crane,
iGreat White heron, snow geese,
falcons, hawks, bluebirds, war-
Iblers, goldfinches, robins and
,feeder birds.
| There is a bird Project Feeder
'Watch program from www.feed-
i.


FILM
'Continued from page 4A


:comprehensive program.
Shahbo2 gd! a big shot of in-
,spiration at the recent Sunscreen
'Film Festival in St. Petersburg.
|He met with industry players
'from films like "X-Men," "Wol-
overine" and "Napoleon Dyna-
mite." While there, he talked
,to producers and production
.specialists, and is working on
!bringing several of them to SF to
,speak.
Shahboz believes that listening
;to their experiences can create a
'"Hey, I can do that!" moment for

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ter Formal Dance being held at
the Country Club. Pictures are
being taken from 6-7 p.m. and
from 7 p.m.-12 a.m. is the actual
dance. Tickets are $15 and are
being sold during both first and
second lunch. Everyone should
come! The night will be filled


erwatch.org that began Nov. 13
and runs until April. You can still
participate, but there is a $15 fee
for registration and ID number.
The feeder birds to watch are:
finches, sparrows, juncos, red
cardinals, blue jays suet-loving
woodpeckers, chickadees and
wrens. The program is great for
school environmental study and
education. Need help identifying
birds? Check out the Web site
www.birdsource.org or look in
Sibley's Bird Guide.
Birdseed is a gourmet feast
for birds. Place feeders high in
a tree or o ha pole with baffles
to avoid squirrel and cat raids on
feeders. Set out black sunflower
seeds, not the white striped ones,
so the birds get more energy for
less work. Watch blue birds en-
joy mealworms on a plate. At-
tract, yellow goldfinches with a
sock bag of thistle. The package
of seed containing red milo only
attracts crows, field mice and
weeds.
Flyers and forms for the pro-


students. This sudden realization
can give students the confidence
to pursue their own filmmaking
goals.
The idea of film production on
campus is not new. In the past,
SF has been involved in films
such as the documentary film,
"Dance of My Heart," about the
late SFartist-in-resideace,Alber-
to Alonso. Students in the digital
media program have already had
a taste of short filmmaking work-
ing with Shahboz on several mu-
sic videos for professional bands.
These films have gathered thou-
,sands of hits on YouTube and
showings at film festivals around
the country.


(7he carzee and d(etti~ite


with dancing, excitement, and
free food!
Quote for the week: "Nobody
can go back and start a new
beginning, but anyone can start
today and make a new ending!"
-Maria Robinson.


grams are available at the Brad-
ford County Public Library.

Local Shine
volunteers
needed
The Florida Department of El-
der Affairs invites you to join the
award-winning Shine Program
team of volunteers. The Shine
Program helps elders make in-
formed decisions about Medicare
and health insurance.
Shine volunteers prQvide free,
unbiased individual counseling
to elders and their caregivers
about Medicare, Medicare pre-
scription drug plans, discounted
or free drug programs, and relat-
ed health insurance. Volunteers
may also make educational pre-
sentationns to communLL3 groups
ofoparticipate'ih local health fairs
or senior outreach events.
If you would like more infor-
mation about this exciting oppor-
tunity, please call Elder Helpline


In April 2011, Digital Me-
dia will sponsor a 48-hour film
competition. Five-person teams
will have 48 hours go from idea
to finished product and deliver
a three- to five-minute film for
judging. Teams will be given a
prop, a line of dialogue, and a
topic; they must supply their own
creative inspiration.
The filmmaking program now
has its own Web site at www.sf-
college.edu/film where updates
and more information will be
posted at they become available.
For more information, contact
Marc Shahboz, 352-395-5347 or
marc.shahboz@sfcollege.edu.


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Brooker Baptisl Church
in% lies eer\ofle to10 s Not
So Silent Night Christmas
Part\ on Fridja.. Dec. l'". at
p m featuring pictures u iih
Santa. Reindeer Statiion.a li\e
Nativity and refreshments.
Bradford Baptist Church,
located 1.3 miles east of U.S.
301 on S.R. 100 in Starke,
welcomes evangelist Troy
Carlson of the Bill Rice Ranch
this Sunday, Dec. 19. Carlson
will be teaching a combined
youth and adult Bible study
at 10 a.m. and will also speak
during both 11 a.m. and
6 p.m. services. For more
information, please call 904-
964-3708.

First United Methodist
Church invites you
to join them for their
annual Christmas cantata
Sunday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m.
Refreshments will be served
following the program.


1-800-963-5337. Ask for a Shine
volunteer training application
packet. Comprehensive training
is provided with meals and travel
related expenses reimbursed. The
next scheduled orientation train-
ing class is Thursday, Jan. 27.
Consider joining Shine and
help to improve the lives of
Florida's elders. You will find
this unique volunteer position
very stimulating and rewarding.
Basic computer skills required;
bilingual persons are encouraged
to apply.

Stearns rep in
Hampton today
A staff member from Rep. Cliff
Stearns office will be at Hamp-
ton City Hall, Thursday, Dec. 16,
from 2-4 p.m. Anyone wishing to
discuss an issue or needing help
with,a federal agency is encour-
aged to stop in.

Sponsor
veterans festival
The Hampton Veterans Memo-
rial Fund is seeking sponsors and
vendors for the 2011 Veterans
Music Fest, April 30 and May 1
in Waldo. For more information,
please call 352-215-9217.


First United Methodist
Church in% ies. ou lo join its
\outh group for ua lIe njti it%
performance on [hursda\.
Dec. 2.1. from 6-8 p m. jt the
parsonage at 1.0 R Railord
Road (b.R. 16 in Starke next
to the Mormon Church).
Come out and take pictures
and receive some delicious
hot chocolate. For more
information, call 904-964-
6864.
Morning Star Baptist
Church invites you to join
them for Christmas at the
stable at 11 a.m. on two-
Sundays, Dec. 19 and Dec.
26. The church is located two
miles south of Worthington
Springs on S.R. 121. Look for
signs. Dress warmly and bring
blankets.

Victory Christian Center of
Lake Butler will present the
Christmas play "He is Here"
on Sunday, Dec. 19, at 6 p.m.
Everyone is invited to come


Need a ride?
Need a ride to school or to
work? If you are receiving any
form of public assistance and


out and celebrate the birth of
Jesus Christ. The play will be
full of life, music and dance.
Admission is free, but a love
offering will be collected.
Refreshments will be served.
VC@ is located at 705 SW
6th St. on S.R. 121 across
from Lake Butler Elementary
School.

Our Lady of Sorrow's
Chapel will offer Christmas
Day mass Saturday, Dec. 25, at
3 p.m. For more information, '
please call 904-964-4444.

E-mail the details of your
congregation's upcoming
special events to editor@
bctelegraph.com. DEADLINE
IS MONDAY AT 5 P.M.


need help with your travel needs,
please call CISTO at 904-964;
7776 to see if you qualify. There
is no charge for this service.


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IN THE CIRCUIT.COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 04-2010-CP-0076
In re. The Estate of


FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 04-2010-CA-5
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
FOR NOVASTAR MORTGAGE
FUNDING TRUST, SERIES 2006-5,
Plaintiff,


NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Pursuant to the Florida Self Storage
Act Statutes Sec. 83.801-83.809,
NOTICE: A Public Auction will be
held on December 18, 2010, at 10:00
'.am. at C & C Mini Storage, 1670
S. Walnut Street, Hwy 301 South in
Starke, Florida. The following units
will be sold to the highest bidder for
CASH, and continuing day to day
thereafter until sold.
.1-27 A. Leverson
1-55 A. Rankin
12/16 ltchg-BCT


WALTER W. WOODS, vs.
Deceased. MARTIN EISENBERG, UNKNOWN IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE,8TH
NOTICE TO CREDITORS SPOUSE OF MARTIN EISENBERG JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
The administration of the estate of UNKNOWN TENANTS) IN IN AND FOR BRADFORD COUNTY
Walter W. Woods, deceased, whose POSSESSION #1 and #2, and ALL Case #: 2009-CA-000437
date of death was May 17, 2010, OTHER UNKNOWN PARTIES, et al., Division #:
is pending in the Circuit Court for Defendant(s). UNC:
Biadford County, Florida, the address NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BAC Home Loans Servicing, LP,
of which is 945 North Temple Avenue, SALE Plaintiff,
Starke, Florida 32091 The names NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant vs.
crd addresses of the personal to a Final Summary Judgment of Jerry Kimbrell; Unknown Parties in
-esentative and the personal Foreclosure dated November 29, Possession #1; Unknown Parties
; representative's attorney and resident 2010, entered in Civil Case No.: 04- in Possession #2; If living, and
agent are set forth below. 2010-CA-5 of the Circuit Court of all Unknown Parties claiming by,
All creditors of Decedent and other the Eighth Judicial Circuit in and for through, under and against the
persons having claims or demands Bradford County, Florida, wherein above named Defendant(s) who
against Decedent's estate on whom DEUTSCHEBANKNATIONALTRUST are not known to be dead or alive,
a copy of this notice is required to be COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE FOR whether said Unknown Parties
served must file their claims with this NOVASTAR MORTGAGE FUNDING may claim an interest as Spouse,
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF (3) TRUST, SERIES 2006-5, Plaintiff, Heirs, Dbvisees, Grantees, or Other
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE TIME and MARTIN EISENBERG, including, Claimants
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF if a named Defendant is deceased, Defendant(s).
THIS NOTICE OR (30) THIRTY DAYS the personal representatives, the NOTICE OF ACTION
AFTER 'THE DATE OF SERVICE surviving spouse, heirs, devisees, FORECLOSURE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON grantees, creditors, and all other PROCEEDINGS-PROPERTY
THEM. parties claiming, by, through, under TO: Jerry Kimbrell; ADDRESS
All other creditors of Decedent or against that Defendant, and all UNKNOWN BUT WHOSE LAST
and other persons having claims claimants, persons or parties, natural KNOWN ADDRESS IS:
or demands against Decedent's or corporate, or whose exact legal 18016 Northeast 28th Avenue,
estate must file their claims with this status is unknown, claiming under Starke, FL 32091
court WITHIN (3) THREE MONTHS any of the above named or described Residence unknown, if living,
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST Defendants, are Defendants. including any unknown spouse of
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. Iwillselltothehighestbidderforcash, the said Defendants, if either has
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN in the Lobby of the Bradford County remarried and if either or both of said
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH Courthouse, 945 North Temple Defendants are dead, their respective
IN SECTION 733.702, FLORIDA Avenue, Starke, FL 32091 at 11:00 unknown heirs, devisees, grantees,
STATUTES WILL BE FOREVER a.m., on the 21s day of January, 2011, assignees, creditors, lienors, and
BARRED. the following described real property trustees, and all other persons
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME as set forth in 'aid Final Summary claiming by, through, under or against
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY Judgment, to wit: the named Defendant(s); and, the
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR A portion of Tract A of Country Club aforementioned named Defendant(s)
MORE AFTER DECEDENT'S DATE Estates, as per plat thereoibrecorded and such of the aforementioned
OF DEATH IS BARRED ,- ...-,,inPRlatJBoolo3,.Page|2a.2oftthe.-pubie.,t unknown Defenda-tsand,'sch of the-
The date of first publicatiorfn f-it -Tetbcrds-oT-Br~adffTd-CZl'StTTrFiica,- aforementioneT unknown Defendants
notice is December 9, 2010. said portion being more particularly as may be infants, incompetents or
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED this described as follows: otherwise not sui juris.
3'" day of December, 2010. Commence at a point on the Northerly YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
NANCY J WOODS boundary of said Tract A, 250 feet an action has been commenced to
4595 NW 216"' Street Westerly of the Northwesterly corner foreclose a mortgage on the following
Lawtey, Florida 32058 thereof and run Southerly and parallel real property, lying and being and
Petitioner with the Easterly boundary of said situated in Bradford County, Florida,
WILLIAM E. SEXTON Tract A, 665.9 feet to an iron stake for more particularly described as
Florida Bar Number 0037197 Point of Beginning. follows:
BROWN & SEXTON From Point of Beginning thus PARCEL"A"
Post Office Box 40 described continues Southerly A PARCEL OF LAND LYING IN
Starke, Florida 32091 parallel with said Easterly boundary SECTION 15, TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH,
Attorney for Personal Representative 150 feet to an iron stake; continue RANGE 22 EAST, BRADFORD
12/9 2tchg 12/16-BCT thence Southerly, parallel with said COUNTY, FLORIDA; SAID PARCEL
Easterly boundary 5 feet, more or BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
IN THE GCTCJIT COURT, EIGHTH less, to the Northeasterly boundary DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS;
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR of the right of way of Alligator COMMENCE AT A SET NAIL IN DISC
BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA Canal; thence Southeasterly, along LOCATED AT THE NORTHEAST
CASE NO. 04-2010-CA-257 said Northeasterly boundary 38.5 CORNER OF THE S1/2 OF THE NW
DIVISION: feet, more or less, to said Easterly % OF THE SW 14 OF THE NE A OF
BRANCH BANKING AND TRUST boundary; thence go Northerly, along SAID SECTION 15 AND RUN S 89
COMPANY, a North Carolina banking said Easterly boundary 65 feet, more DEG 16'33" W ALONG THE NOTH
corporation, or less, to an iron stake; continue LINE OF SAID S V OF NW % OF
Plaintiff, thence Northerly along said Easterly SW % OF NE % FOR A DISTANCE
vs boundary 385 feet to an iron stake; OF 27.72 FEET TO A SET 1/2"
BERNARDO J RAMOS a/k/a thence Westerly and perpendicular IRON ROD LOCATED ON THE
BERNARDO RAMOS a/k/a to said Easterly boundary, 250 feet to WESTERLY R/W LINE OF NE 28TH
BERNERDO RAMOS and ARA the Point of Beginning, except right of AVENUE (COUNTY MAINTAINED
RAMOS a/k/a AVA RAMOS, way. (cu,ka) PAVED ROAD); THENCE RUN S
Defendants. If you are a person claiming a right 01 DEG 34'09" E ALONG SAID R/W
A1viENDED NOTICE OF SALE to funds remaining after the sale, you LINE FOR A DISTANCE OF 23.11
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant 'must file a claim with the clerk no later FEET TO A SET V2" IRON ROD
to an order or a summary final than 60 days after the sale. If you fail LOCATED ON THE SOUTH LINE
judgment of foreclosure entered in the to file a claim you will not be entitled
above captioned action, I will sell the to any remaining funds.After 60 days,
property situated in Bradford County, only the owner of record as of the
Florida, described as date of the lis pendens may claim the
EXHIBIT "A" surplus.
Lots 1 through 22, inclusive, except. WITNESS my hand and the seal of
the Easterly 60 feet of Lot 1 and the court on November 29, 20t0.
Lots 11 through 17, inclusive in C.J. RAY NORMAN
WEEKS ADDITION to the Town of CLERK OF THE COURT
Hampton, a subdivision, in Section By: Lisa Brannon
19, Township 7 South, Range 22 Deputy Clerk


East, according to map or plat thereof
as recorded in Plat Book 1 page 7,
public records of Bradford County,
Florida '
Less and Except the West 25 feet of
Lots 18 through 22
at public sale, to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the front lobby of
the Bradford County Courthouse, 945
North Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida
32091 at 11 00 a.m on January 27,
2011
WITNESS my hand and seal of said
Court this 29'" day of November,
2010
RAY NORMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court


Attorney tor laintiffn:
Brian L. Rosaler, Esquire
Popkin & Rosaler, P.A.
1701 West Hillsboro Boulevard
Suite 400
Deerfield Beach, FL 33442
12/9 2tchg 12/16-BCT
LEGAL NOTICE
The FloridaWorks Executive
Committee will hold a meeting on
Tuesday, December21, at3:30 p.m. at
FloridaWorks, 4800 S.W. 13 Street,
Gainesville. Contact Celia Chapman
at 352-244-5148 with questions.
12/16 itchg-BCT


"His Gift"
In the pages of history there was a
time,
The joy-bells in Heaven did ring
'out a chime
They tell of the One that.came to
earth,
The only one born of a virgin
birth.
He came to earth His life to give,
He came to earth that we might
live.
Thank you Lord for your
wonderful GIFT.


- By Henry Hodges
Lawtey, FL


l The cl


Kids won't be the only things
growing at Starke Elementary
come this spring. Recently the
school received a grant from the
Florida Wildflower Foundation
Seeds for Schools Program, part
of the foundation's wildflower
restoration program.
The program seeks to replen-
ish wildflowers that have been
lost to development and protect

LEFT: Students form Starke
Elementary School plant
one of two 900-square-foot
wildflower beds sponsored
by the Florida Wildflower
Foundation Seeds for
Schools Program.


OF A PARCEL RECORDED IN ORB
137, PAGE 525 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY FOR
THE POINT OF BEGINNING. FROM
THE POINT OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE S 01 DEG
34'09" E ALONG SAID R/W LINE
FOR A DISTANCE OF 184.62 FEET
TO A SET V2" IRON ROD; THENCE
RUN S 88 DEG 14'43" W FOR A
DISTANCE OF 316.00 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD; THENCE RUN S
02 DEG 51'32" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 166.89 FEET TO A SET /2 IRON
ROD; THENCE RUN S 88 DEG
14'43" W FOR A DISTANCE OF
786.08 FEET TO ASET NAIL IN DISC
LOCATED IN THE TOP OF A FENCE
CORNER POST; THENCE RUN N
13 DEG 41'08" E FOR A DISTANCE
OF 101.40 FEET TO A FOUND 3"X3"
CONCRETE MONUMENT; THENCE
RUN N 14 DEG 00'06" E FOR A
DISTANCE OF 282.27 FEET TO A
SET 1/2" IRON ROD LOCATED ON
A WESTERLY PROLONGATION
OF THE SOUTH LINE OF PARCEL
RECORDED IN ORB 254, PAGE
366 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY; THENCE RUN
N 89 DEG 16'33" E ALONG LAST
SAID WESTERLY PROLONGATION
AND ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
PARCELS RECORDED IN ORB 254,
PAGE 366 AND ORB 137, PAGE
524 AND ORB 137, PAGE 525 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID,
COUNTY AND PARALLEL WITH
THE NORTH LINE OF S 1/2 OF NE '/
OF SE 1/4 OF NW /4 AND PARALLEL
WITH THE NORTH LINE S /2 OF
NW /4 OF SW 1/4 OF NE /4 OF SAID
SECTION 15, FOR A DISTANCE OF
995.98 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. SUBJECT TO ANY
COVENANTS, EASEMENTS AND/
OR RESTRICTIONS OF RECORD.
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL
BEING A PORTION OF ORB 737,
PAGE 336, AND ORB 895, PAGES
104-105 OFTHE PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
YEAR: 2007, MAKE: FLEETWOOD,
SVIN#: GAFL634A79906SH21 AND
VIN#: GAFL634B79906SH21,
MANUFACTURED HOME, WHICH
IS PERMANENTLY AFFIXED TO
THE ABOVE DESCRIBED LANDS.
'AS SUCH IT IS DEEMED TO BE
A FIXTURE AND A PART OF THE
REAL ESTATE.
more commonly known as 18016
Northeast 28'" Ave, F/K/A, 17992
Northeast 281h Avenue, Starke, FL
32091.
This action has been filed against
you and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defense, if
any, upon SHAPIRO & FISHMAN,
LLP, Attorneys for Plaintiff, whose
address is 4630 Woodland Corporate
Blvd., Suite 100, Tampa, FL 33614,
within thirty (30) days after the first
publication of this notice and file the
original with the clerk of this Court
either before service on Plaintiff's
attorney or immediately thereafter;
otherwise a default will be entered
against you for the relief demanded in
the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and seal of this
Court on the 3rd day of December,
2010.
RAY NORMAN
Circuit and County Courts
By: Lisa Brannon
Deputy Clerk
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those that are unique to Florida.
The program is funded by the
sale of the state wildflower ve-
hicle tag.
The grants are given to the
schools willing to plant new per-
manent wildflower gardens on
their campuses. Working closely
with a volunteer Master Gar-
dener from the Bradford County
Extension Service. Principal
INnn Melxin and school board
officials chose a site that could
be enjoyed by everyone driving
on Weldon Street.
If you've driven by recently,
you may have noticed the new


Learn to make
Christmas
arrangements
The Alligator Creek Garden-
ing Club's program on Dec. 16,
beginning at 7 p.m. at the Brad-
ford County Extension Office
will be "Fun with Flowers." Lou
Motley, president of the Garden
Club of Palatka, will be the guest
speaker. During this hands-on
experience, Motley will demon-
strate how to make a Christmas
floral arrangement.
Motley is a very funny arid en-
tertaining speaker, so everyone
should enjoy this program. Al-
though anyone cah watch, there
will be a $15 fee to participate.
The club needs to, know how
many people to plan for, so
please RSVP to Pat Caren at
352-485-2666 or pmrc423@_aol.
corn as soon as possible.
For more information about
the garden club. contact Caren or
go by or call the extension office
904-966-6299.

Experience the
joy of giving
The strength of a commu-


sidewalk going in as well as
the planting areas in front of
the school. Once finished, there
will be two 900-square-foot beds
at the core of a larger garden.
There will be more then 15 dif-
ferent types of flowers planted,
including the state wildflower,
the coreopsis, wild indigo, spot-
ted bee balm, black-eyed Susans,
swamp sunflowers, purple tops
and many more.

As spring rolls around and
throughout the summer the gar-
dens will be blooming for every-
one's enjoyment.


nity depends on its health, and
its health partially depends on
an adequate blood supply. Life-
South Community Blood Centers
invites local residents to do their
part to ensure a safe and adequate
blood supply for the community
during the holidays when they
host a blood drive on Friday,
Dec. 17, and Saturday, Dec. 18.
Stop by the bloodmobile at Wal-
Mart Supercenter on U.S. 301 be-
tween the hours of 10 a.m. and 6
p.m. and make a contribution that
can save up to three lives in local
hospitals. Free hot dogs and soda
will be available.
When you give blood, LifeSouth
will donate an adorable plush Beau
the Bloodhound to a child.
Donors are asked to eat a healthy
meal, particularly breakfast, and
drink plenty of fluids before donat-
ing. All donors will receive a rec-
ognition item and will be entered
in a drawing to win an iPad. Draw-
ing for the iPad will take place on
Dec. 24. Donors must be at least
16 years old, weigh 110 pounds or
more, and show a valid photo ID
at the time of donation. Sixteen-
year-olds must have written paren-
tal consent to donate.
For more information, call
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magic

ABOVE: Southside El-
ementary School's student
council visited the Brad-
ford Terrace nursing home
Dec. 4 before the big Starke
Christmas parade. They
gave out treats and sang
Christmas songs to the
residents while dressed as
elves. After entertaining
the residents, the students
then walked in the parade,
handing out candy to the
* little ones that were lining
the parade route. Pictured
are (front-back, I-r) Jenna
Thornton, Taylor Jones,
Savannah Mallinson, Tif-
fany Ritch, Dalton Baker,
Joe Gorden, Susie Coo-
per, Kenedy Elder, Austin
Sutton, Hannah Waters,
'Montana Ervin, Keith Little,
Maudrey Tenly, Loagan
Baker, Kris Crews, William
Martin and Peyton Welch.
ABOVE, RIGHT: Tiffany
Ritch mugs for the camera.
RIGHT: Loagan Baker and
Jenna Thornton in their elf
hats.


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SRWMD issues
water shortage
advisory
A Phase I Water Shortage Advi-
sory was issued by the Suwannee
River Water Management District
(SRWMD) governing board Dec.
14 and will remain in effect until,
further notice.
SRWMD covers all of Colum-
bia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton,
Lafayette, Madison, Suwannee,
Taylor and Union counties, and
portions of Alachua, Baker, Brad-
ford, Jefferson, Levy and Putnam
counties.
The advisory calls on all resi-
dential, commercial, agricultural
and industrial users to voluntarily
reduce both indoor and outdoor
water use through conservation
measures..
The district already has a land-
scape irrigation rule in place that
limits lawn and landscape water-
ing to one day per week during fall
and winter and two days per week
during spring and summer. The
rule took effect in January of this
year and applies to all residents'
within the district. It is permanent,
long-term, and requires mandatory
landscape irrigation conservation
year-round.
The Phase I Advisory, on the
other hand, is issued in response to
moderate or severe drought condi-
tions and remains in effect only as
long as needed. The advisory calls
upon all residents to voluntarily


Gold Head announces

December events


Cool weather has arrived in
northeast Florida and this is a
wonderful time of year to enjoy
the great outdoors. Mike Roess
Gold Head Branch State Park is
one of the original state parks in
Florida and was constructed by
the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Gold Head Branch State Park of-
fers a variety of programs and ac-
tivities for the whole family.

The following programs will
occur in December:
NATURE'S GIFTS
Saturday, Dec. 25, 5:15 p.m.
Meet at the old boat ramp at
the end of park drive. Allow ap-
proximately 10 minutes to drive
from the front gate to the meeting
location.
Christmas is filled with fam-
ily and good cheer. Join a park
,ranger at Gold Head Branch
State Park to wrap up your day
by taking pleasure in the gifts we
receive from nature. Too often
our fast-paced lives do not allow


implement indoor and outdoor
conservation measures in addition
to those required by the year-round
landscape irrigation rule.
Once drought conditions im-
prove and groundwater and sur-
facewater levels rebound, the gov-
erning board may cancel the Phase
I Advisory. Should conditions
worsen, however, the governing
board may declare a Phase II Ad-
visory, which imposes mandatory
water-use restrictions.
Water shortage advisories are
issued by SRWMD in accordance
with Florida Statutes and the Flor-
ida Administrative Code, which
give them authority to implement
water shortage plans.
According to the National
Weather Service, the Suwannee
River basin is experiencing an ex-
treme drought.
Megan Wetherington, a senior
professional engineer at SRWMD,
said groundwater and surfacewater
levels continue to worsen through-
out the district due to below-aver-
age monthly rainfall.
"River levels are extremely low


us time to stop and enjoy all that
nature has to offer.
Bring your family and a blan-
ket and relax in the park as the
sun goes down. This program
will last approximately 45 min-
utes and if free with paid $5 park
admission fee.
DISCOVER DUSK
Sunday, Dec. 26,5:15 p.m.
Meet at pavilion #48 in the
picnic area.
Join a park ranger for a leisure
'hike around the picnic area to
experience this magical time of
day. You will learn what dusk is
and why this time of day is im-
portant to the animals who call
our park home.
Participants should wear
closed-toe shoes and bring water,
bug spray, and a flashlight. The
program will last one hour ahd
is for registered overnight guests
only.
Call the ranger station at 352-
473-4701 for more information
about these programs.


and groundwater levels have fallen
steadily since the summer," she
said.
In November, flows for the
Suwannee River and its tributar-
ies fell below the fifth percentile
for the period of record, meaning
more than 95 percent of the time
since the 1930s they were higher
for this time of year than they are
currently.
Average groundwater levels fell
to the 33rd percentile in Novem-
ber, based on records beginning in
1978.
Total rain for October and No-
vember was 1.33 inches, the low-
est since 2001 and the eighth low-
est since 1932. Gauges at Usher
Tower (near Chiefland) and Starke
reported no rainfall in October,
making it the driest October on re-
cord in those areas.
Wetheringtqn said long-term
forecasts call for drier than normal
conditions throughout winter and
spring.
District officials are stressing
the need for conservation until
conditions improve.


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SOCIALS
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NEWS FROlM( BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




McDonald's-Kiwanis basketball tourney tips off at BHS Dec. 21


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Williston walked off the
court at Bradford High School
last year with the
championship trophy, but the
Bradford boys' basketball
team was a winner nonetheless
as the Lake Area McDonald's
Christmas Tournament, hosted
by the Kiwanis Club of Starke,
raised more than $4,000 for the
BHS basketball program.
This year, Lake Area
McDonald's and the Kiwanis
Club are teaming up again to
benefit the Tornadoes and
provide hoops fans with an
exciting tournament that has
expanded to eight teams.
Bartram Trail, Clay, First
Coast, Fleming Island,
Gainesville, Keystone Heights
and Union County, along with
home team Bradford, will vie
for this year's championship,
which will be awarded at the
conclusion of three days of
play. The tournament begins
Tuesday, Dec. 21, continues
on Wednesday, Dec. 22, and
concludes Thursday, Dec. 23.
Four games will be played
each day at 2 p.m., 4 p.m., 6
p.m. and 8 p.m.
Admission each day is $5.
"It gives people something
to do during the holiday time,"
Biradford head coach Traavis
Chandler said.
The Kiwanis Club of Starke
once hosted an annual
tournament at Bradford High
School, but had not done so for
six years. Chandler, who is in
his second year as Bradford
head coach, and the Kiwanis
Club were willing to work
together to bring about the
tournament's return.
Last year's two-day, four-
team tournament-which
Wi!liston won by defeating
Bradford 63-42-raised
approximately $4,500 for the
Bradford High School
basketball program, with Lake
Area McDonald's and Wal-
Mart of Starke stepping up as
major sponsors, donating
$3,000 and $1,000,
respectively.
Little time was wasted in
expanding the tournament as
the field was doubled this year.
Chandler said one of the
reasons for expanding the field
is to establish a tournament
that eventually draws teams
from .throughout the state and
becomes as well known as
other annual tournaments, such
as Kingdom of the Sun, a 16-
team touranment played in
Ocala.
"I have a vision to where
this can become a statewide
tournament," Chandler said.
Chandler admitted he could
see the tournament taking the



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teams, but also added there's
no rush to do that.
"We'll take it one step at a
time," he said.
It may not be known
statewide, but this year's
tournament certainly has


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records or better after the
conclusion of games last week.


Union and Gainesville were
each 3-3, Fleming Island was
5-2 and First Coast and
Bradford were 3-1 and 4-1,
respectively.
Chandler said he felt it was
important to get Keystone and
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Bradford High
School band
members
Jenny Starnes
(left) and Austin
Nazworth
(right) perform
during football
season.


Avery McCal-
lum and the
other members
of the Bradford
High School
band will per-
form at the in-
auguration of
Gov. Rick Scott
on Jan. 4.


Bradford High School band invited

to governor's inauguration


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
-Regional News/Sports Editor
Approximately 40 Bradford
,High School students will help
-wel'come Rick Scott as
fFlorida's new governor as the
-school's band is one of 15
:bands from throughout the
:state invited to perform in the
inauguration parade on Jan. 4.
"It's an opportunity for the
:kids to go do something not a
-lot of students get a chance to
;do," said Jonathan Hall, the
-Bradford High School band
-director.
Hall said he was contacted
:by Scott's inauguration
'committee, which invited the
'band to perform. Hall said he
:was all for it, knowing that it
'would be a "momentous"
-occasion for the students.
H "It's a statewide spotlight,"
Hall said.
Hall said the performance
will be a once-in-a-lifetime
,opportunity for his students as
well as simply another chance
to don their uniforms.


"They thought they were
done," said Hall, referring to
the fact the band has already
taken part in the FBA and state
competitions that take place at
the end of each year.
This year, Bradford earned a
superior rating at FBA, which
Hall believes is the first
superior rating for Bradford in
seven years. The band
advanced to state competition
for the third straight year.
It's the kind of progression
Hall envisioned for the
program upon taking the reigns


in 2008. He said the students
have made great strides
musically and have put forth a
work ethic this year he has
never seen before.
"We've got a fantastic senior
class," Hall said. "I give them
a lot of credit for establishing a
leadership system."
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Though FBA and state
See BAND page 11B


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY Dorothy Salazar, Pamn McRae presented it to the
Regional News/Sports Editor Schaefer, Sydney Srivibul and Women of the Church group at
. A knitted cap can instill a Maria Wallace. (Other women First Presbyterian. The ladies:
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sense of pride in the person
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caps for military members
serving in Afghanistan. The
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soldiers' heads and the helmets
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"It's something so many
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project.
,McRae was one of the
women who knitted caps,
along with June Edwards, Nell
Emmelhainz, Winifred Glenn,


oI tile; 1u11 1 1ni epe support
the project by donating yarn.)
McRae learned of the project
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was taking place in Virginia
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Jaren Revels
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Revels, Sapp to
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Jaren Leigh Revels of
Starke, and James "J.R."
Randall Sapp of Lawtey,
announce their engagement
and,approaching wedding.
Revels is the daughter of
Jerry and Jana Revels Jr. of
Starke. She graduated from
Bradford High School and is
attending Santa Fe College.
She is employed by Camp
Blanding Joint Training Center
and Sonny's, and is a member
of Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church.
Sapp is the son of Pam
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member of Laura Baptist
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The wedding will be held on
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A reception will follow at the
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Letters to the
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Thanks for help
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Crime & Punishment __


Bradford bar
closed down
after sting
George's Bar, on S.R. 16
near C.R. 225 in Bradford
County was temporarily closed
and two bartenders were
arrested after a multi-agency
sting Dec. 11.
The Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO), the
Florida Alcoholic Beverage
and Tobacco Agency, the
Florida State Fire Marshal's
Office and the Bradford
County Building and Zoning
Department cooperated in the
effort, said BCSO Capt. Brad
Smith.
After receiving several
complaints and responding to
numerous calls at George's
Bar over the last few weeks,
Smith said the
multijurisdictional operation
was planned.
The first phase of the plan
was to send underage people
into the bar to see if bartenders
would serve them alcohol.
After-two different bartenders
served alcohol to underage
people, they were arrested.
In the second phase, officials
from the various agencies
involved sent people in to
conduct inspections in their
respective fields. Capt. Smith
said the inspections that
concerned officials most were
when the state fire marshal
found that some of the fire
exits were padlocked to
prevent entry or exit. The
building inspector also
discovered exposed electrical
wires and unlawful wiring.
The bar was closed, at least
temporarily, and the owner
was cited. A meeting was
scheduled for early, this week
in which the owner will
discus's these issues with
representatives from all the
agencies. During the meeting,
the owner will be notified of
corrective actions that need to
be taken.
The two bartenders arrested
were Wanda Edwards Griffis,
44, of Lawtey and Joanna K.
Thoigton,;24, of Starke. Both
werda charged with selling
alcoholic beverages to an
underage person. Neither
asked, for ID or inquired about
the age of the customer. Both
customers were 18.
Griffis and Thornton were
booked into the Bradford
County Jail and released on
their own recognizance on
Dec. 12.


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:
Joshua Alan Bass, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 11 by Starke Police
Department (SPD) officers for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and
giving a false ID to a law
enforcement officer. Bond was
set at $4,000 and he was
released on bond Dec. 12.
Jennifer Marie Blackwelder,
26, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 13 by Union County)
Sheriffs Office (UCSO)
Deputy James York on a
warrant for violation of
probation for an original
felony cahrge.
Thomas Allen Box, 28, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 8 by
SPD officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked and possession of
cocaine. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond Dec. 9.
Robert Lee Chastain, 38, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 6 by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
larceny and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at
$5,500 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Chuckie Detroy Covington,
21, of Starke was arrested Dec.
8 by SPD officers for battery.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.

Mark Anthony Crawford,
37, of Starke was arrested Dec.
11 by BCSO deputies for DUI..
He was released on Dec. 1I1.
Joshua Don Crews, 27, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 7 by
BCSO deputies and SPD
officers for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked and failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $2,500 and he was
released on bond Dec. 8. .
Joshua 0. Diston, 28, was
arrested Dec. 10 by UCSO
Deputy John Whitehead after
allegedly crashing his car into
a fence. When Whitehead


arrived. he found that 12 by BCSO deputies for
Diston's license was driving while license is
suspended. Whitehead also suspended or revoked. Bond
observed a bag of white was set at $500 and he was
powder lying in plain view on released on bond Dec. 12.
the driver's seat. It tested Justen Kelley, 21, of
positive for cocaine. Diston Keystone Heights was arrested
was charged with driving Dec. 9 by Clay County
while license is suspended or Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
revoked and possession of a deputies for forgery and
controlled substance. uttering a forged instrument.
John Eric Driggers, 51, of
Jerry L. Lewis, 30, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec. Lawtey was arrested Dec. 8 by
13 by UCSO Deputy David SPD officers for possession of
Shane for disorderly cocaine. He was released on
intoxication after allegedly Dec. 8.
standing in the middle of the
street, shouting obscenities and Ashley Nicole Loree, 20, of
disturbing the neighborhood. Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 9 by SPD officers for
Michael Scott Garmon, 20, retail theft. Bond was set at
of Lake Butler was arrested $500 and she was released on
Dec. 11 by SPD officers for bond Dec. 9.
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge. Jeramie Lowe, 34, of
Bond was set at $2,000 and he Keystone Heights was arrested
was released on bond Dec. 11. Dec. 7 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for driving while
Linda Hankerson, 30, of license is suspended or
'Slarke was arrested Dec. 11 by revoked.
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original Dustn Mitchell McSpadden,
felony charge. She was 23, of Lake Butler was arrested
released on Dec. 12. Dec. 8 by UCSO Deputy
Shane for possession of less
William Aaron Heaton Sr., than 20 grams aof marijuana
41, of Lawtey was arrested and possession of narcotic
Dec. 12 by UCSO Deputy equipment. McSpadden was
Whitehead after allegedly allegedly knocking on doors in
violating house arrest a residential area late at night
requirements by leaving the and requesting assistance
location he was ordered to because he had been in a
remain in.. He then allegedly traffic accident. When Shane
broke into a Lake Butler arrived, he was given consent
residence where members of to search McSpadden and
his family were staying. He found the illegal items on his
was charged with burglary of person.
an occupied structure and Shirley Michelle Meier, 25,
criminal .mischief with of Starke was arrested bec. 11
property damage. He was also by BCSO deputies for DUI.
charged with launching a She was released on Dec. 11.
missile into a dwelling after
allegedly throwing an Tyler Addison Moore, 19, of
unknown object through the Starke was arrested Dec. 10 by
window. BCSO deputies on warrants for
five counts of possession of
Donovan Henderson, 26, a obscene material on 'his
Department of Corrections computer following an
inmate, was charged Dec. 7 investigation by the state
with lewd or lascivious attorney's office. He was
exhibition. Bond was set at released on Dec. 10.
$5,000 and he was returned to
the custody of DOC on Dec. 7. Timothy Bruce Newman,
, Evan .Mark Henderson, 31,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 8
by SPD officers and BCSO
deputies for battery, burglary,
fleeing and attempting to elude
an officer, and failure to
appear in court for an original W*
felony charge. He was being
held on no bond and remained 7
in jail as of press tinte. v
John Colman Kelley, 23, ofO
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52, of Hampton was arrested
Dec. 11 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Tina Phillips, 46, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 7 by BCSO
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Roddy Bryant Reynolds, 31,
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Bruce Donnell Richardson,
20, of Lake Butler was arrested
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failure to appear in court for an
original felony charge.
Kyle Sharp, 21, of Cornwall,
N.Y., was arrested Dec. 6 by
SPD officers for two counts of
attaching a tag not assigned to
the vehicle or trailer. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond Dec. 6.
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was arrested Dec. 11 by CCSO':,
deputies for retail theft.
Christopher Logan Tipton,
28, of Afton, Tenn., was-
arrested Dec. 11 by SPD
officers for possession of a:-
controlled substance without a'
prescription and possession of ,
less than 20 grams of
marijuana. Bond was set at
$6,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Vernon Wayne Todd, 36, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 7 by
BCSO deputies for burglary of
. an unoccupied dwelling,
larceny, giving false..
information to a pawn dealer
and dealing in stolen property. ,
Bond was set at $30,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
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contempt of court-child
support. He may purge the
charge by paying $3,470.
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40, of of Starke was arrested .,
Dec. 8 by SPD officers for.-,
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equipment. Bond was set at
$5,000 and she remained in jail
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Bradford takes
3rd at wrestling
tournament in
St. Augustine
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Bradford wrestling team
traveled to St. Augustine on
Dec. 11 and placed third in
what one of its coaches
described as "the toughest
tournamrient in the state."
Bradford, the only Class IA
school participating, was close
to placing second, losing 42-40
in its last match of the
tournament.
"We wrestled a great match
against Bartram Trail," said
coach Chris Adams, adding
that Bartram Trail is a top-five,
Class 2A school.
Kevin Wright (119-pound
class), Drew Reddish (145),
Devin Paulk (1'52) and Phillip
James (189) each went 4-1.
James had the fastest pin
among the Tornado wrestlers
at eight seconds.
Adams said his pick for
wrestler of the week was
tough, seeing how well every
team member performed at the
St. Augustine tournament, but
he selected freshman Jaraid
Forsyth, who wrestles in the
135 class. One of the
highlights of the tournament
was Forsyth's 13-5 major
decision over a Bartram Trail
wrestler who competed in last
year's state finals.
Prior to the touranment, the
Tornadoes competed against
West Nassau in Callahan on
Dec. 7, winning 58-24.
The Tornadoes had a 15-2
record heading into their match
this past Tuesday against
Baker County.
S"We're way ahead of
schedule," Adams said.
* Bradford will host
Fernandina Beach on
Thursday, Dec. 16, at 6 p.m.

Lady Tigers
remain perfect
in district with
big win over KH
BY CLIFF-SMELLFEY *

Union Count) held the
visiting Keystone Heights
indians to 14 points en route to
a 48-14 south District. 4-3A
girls' basketball win on Dec. 7.
Anbreyal Stewart had 21
points, five rebounds and five
steals for the Tigers, who
improved to 3-0 against south
district teams. Lashae Mitchell
led the team with six rebounds,
while also finishing with five
steals.
Khadijahi ones-who had
nine points-Quanesha
Edwards, Shakeyla Griffin and
Teyona Jenkins all had five
rebounds each for Union.

Score by Quarter
KHHS: 2 7 1 4-14
UCHS: 10 14 12 12-48

Keystone (14): Dicks 3, Dye 2,
Leitheiser 1, Munoz 4,
Strassberger 2, Zinkel 2. 3-
pointers: Dicks. Free throws:
5-11.

Union (48): Edwards 4, Griffin
2, Jenkins 6, Jones 9, Mitchell
6, Stewart 21. 3-pointers:'
Jones. Free throws: 7-9.

Tigers split 2 games
after defeating KHHS
Following the win" over
Keystone, the Tigers were
overwhelmed by perennial
power Ribault on Dec. 10, but
bounced back to defeat
Madison County by 28 points
on Dec. I 1..
In a 67-27 loss to Ribault,
the Trojans outscored Union
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six rebounds. Jenkins had six
steals.
Jenkins and Stewart each
scored in double figures in a
48-20 win over Madison.
Jenkins had 10 points, six
steals and four assists, while
Stewart had 23'points and six
rebounds.
Jones added eight points.
The Tigers (5-2) played
south district opponent
Interlachen this past Tuesday
and will travel to play south
district opponent Crescent City
on Thursday, Dec. 16, at 7:30
p.m. following a junior varsity'
game at 6 p.m.
Union, will travel to Fort
Lauderdale to play in a
Christmas tournament
beginning Saturday, Dec. 18.
UCHS/Ribault


Score by Quarter
RHS: 17 28 15
UCHS: 8 10 7


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Union (27): Edwards 4, Griffin
4, Jenkins 2, Jones 2, Mitchell
1, Stewart 14. 3-pointers:
Stewart. Free throws: 14-28.



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UCHS: 13 14 17 4-48
MCHS: 4 3 6 7-20

Union (48): Edwards 4, Griffin
2, Jenkins 10, Jones 8, Mitchell
1, Stewart 23. 3-pointers:
Jones 2. Free throws: 10-18.

KH girls end 3-
game skid
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Meghan Zinkel's double-
double helped the Keystone
Heights girls' basketball team
defeat north District 4-3A
opponent West Nassau 43-31
on Dec. 10 in Keystone.
Zinkel had 13 points and 12
rebounds as the Indians (4-7
prior to Dec. 14) stopped a
three-game slide.
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Dye each had seven points for


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West Nassau 14-3 in the first
quarter. Hannah Hamilton
dished out five assists.
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WNHS: 3 9 12 7-31
KHHS: 14 6 9 14-43

Keystone (43): Casas 7, Dicks
3, Dye 7, Hamilton 6, Leitheiser
3, Munoz 2, Strassberger 2,
Zinkel 13. Free throws: 7-14.

Bishop Snyder
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Regional News/Sports Editor
Lakia Bright scored 24
points, but the Bradford girls'
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the half of a 73-55 loss to
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Bradford (4-2 prior to Dec.
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Score by Quarter
BSHS: 23 16 15 20-73
BHS: 7 11 25 12-55

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IHS: 2 9
BHS: 26 26


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Obituaries .


Macie Allen
MELROSE-Macie C. Allen, 95,
of Melrose, died on Tuesday, Dec.
14, 2010, at the Ponce Therapy
('are Center in St. Augustine. Mrs.
Allen was born on April 7, 1915,
in Greensboro, to the late Ernest
A. and Mac Belle Chester.
In 1954, Mrs. Allen moved to
Melrose from Jacksonville. She
was a homemaker, a member of
the Melrose Homemakers, and
Eliam Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by
her husband, Will H. Allen, and
her three sisters. She is survived
by: her son, John W. (Theresa)
Allen Sr. of St. Augustine; five
grandchildren, eight great-
grandchildren, and five great-
great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Dec. 16, at I p.m. at
Eham Baptist Church with Pastor
Rick Ergle officiating. Burial will
follow at the Eliam Cemetery in
Melrose. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.


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James Brown
STARKE-James "Jim" Edward
Brown, 65, of Starke, died on
No4nday, Dec. 13, 2010. He was
b6rn in Millcreek, Okla. to the late
J~jnes Edward Brown and Verna
trown. He was preceded in death
b1' his sons, Jimmy Brown Jr. and
Ji4ffery Lynn Brown.
* He is survived by: his wife of
24 years, Flora Alicq Brown of
Starke; his children, Susan
Jackson and Sarah Ballinger, both
of- Starke, and Kathie (Ronnie)
LUwis of Gainesville; his brother,
Risty Douglas of Durant, Okla.; a
sister, Cindy Brown of Salt Lake
City, Utah; seven grandchildren
arid. 12 great-grandchildren.
",Funeral services will be held on
Monday, Dec. 20, at Archie
Tam.ner Funeral Services at 2 p.m.
wvth Pastor Wayne Spratlin
officiating. Family will receive
friends one hour prior to service.
Irtflieu of flowers, the family is
requesting that donations be made
to the funeral home to assist with
funeral expenses. Arrangements
are- under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.

Robert Crosier
'TENNESSEE-Robert D.
Crosier, 73, of Tennessee, died
Tuesday, Dec. 7, 2010, at his
home. He was born in
Jatksonville on Dec. 17, 1936, to
thelate Richard and Vivian Nolan
Crosier.
,Mr. Crosjir was a veteran of the
Uhited States Marine Corp and a
member of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
local 177.
He is survived by: his wife,
Marilyn Crosier; daughters, Kim
(CQris) Redmon of Canton, Ohio,
arid Karen (Harry) Edenfield of
Jacksonville; stepsons, Richard
(Jerri) Barnes of Lake Butler, and
Mark (Melissa) Barnes of
Valencia, Calif.; a brother,
Richard Thomas (Carolyn) Crosier
Jr:- of Normandy, Tenn.; nine
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.
:Funeral services were held on
Dec. 9, in the funeral home chapel


with the Rev. Phillip Bowles
officiating. Interment was at Fall
Creek Cemetery with military
honors. Layne Eunera' Home of
Palmer, Tenn. is in' charge of
arrangements. Online condolences
may be sent to
laynefuneralhomq.om.


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James Dyal
STARKE-James "Jimmy"
Edward Dyal Sr., 70, a lifelong
resident of Starke, died at his
home on Tuesday, Dec. 7,--2010.
Mr. Dyal was born at Hampton
Lake on Dec. 8, 1939, to the late
Union and Mary Bloss Dyal. He
was a 1957 graduate of Bradford
County High School.
Mr. Dyal retired as chief
warrant officer after serving in the
Florida National Guard for 38
'years and was also the automotive
inspector foreman for CSMS at
Camp Blanding.. He was a
member of theft First Baptist
Church of Starke, and the Masonic
Lodge.#89 of Melrose.
He is survived by: his wife of
52 years, Martha Sue Dyal; their
children, Terri (Larry) Paterson
and James Edward "Eddie" Dyal
Jr., all of Starke; sisters, Juanita
Greene of Hampton and Margaret
Lewis of Starke; two
granddaughters and three great-
granddaughters.
A memorial service was held on
Dec. 13, at First Baptist Church of
Starke with services conducted by
Dr. Rodney Coe and the Rev.
Robert DennFson. Interment will
be private at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Starke.


Alonzo Holmes
STARKE-Alonzo Holmes, 87,
of Starke, died Dec. 11, 2010, at
Windsor Manor Care Center of
Starke following an extended
illness. He was born in Live Oak
on Nov. 12, 1923, and moved to
Starke from Miami 12 years ago..
Mr. Holmes retired as a self-
employed landscaper, and was a
member of Macedonia Missionary
Baptist Church in ,Hampton, where


he served on the deacon board. He
attended the local schools of
Bradford County.
He is survived by: his wife,
Mary Brown Holmes of Starke;
sons, Randy Newkirk and Albert
Jones, both of Miami; a daughter,
Betty Jones of Miami; a sister,
Lillie Mae Riley of Starke; and
brothers, Ted Brown of H4mpton,
J.C. Brown of Lawtey, and Dozie
Brown of St. Petersburg.
Funeral services for Mr.
Holmes will be on Saturday, Dec.
18, at 11 a.m. in the Macedonia
Missionary Baptist Church in
Hampton with the Rev. J.B.
Richardson conducting the
services. Interment will be held in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
Dec. 17, at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial Chapel in Starke with
family hour from 3-4 p.m., and
friends may visit from 4-8 p.m.
Viewing will be at the church.one
hour prior to the service. Family
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Mary Holmes, 15000 SE 44"'
Ave., Starke, at 10 a.m. on
Saturday to form the cortege.

Lillie Johnson
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Lillie
"Belle" Johnson, 82, of Keystone
Heights, died Friday, Dec. 10,
2010, at Shands U.F. in
Gainesville, following an
extended illness. She was born in
Fletcher, Ohio, on Dec. 5, 1928, to
the late Shelby and Sylvia Webb,
and had been a resident of
Keystone Heights for the past 28
years, moving here from Ohio.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Trinity Baptist Church.
She is survived by: her husband
of 58 years, Alfred 0. Johnson;
their children, George Allen
(Vicky) Johnson and Alfred Eric
Johnson, both of Ft. Wayne, Ind.,
and David Roy Johnson of
Roanoke Rapids, N.C.; a sister in
Jacksonville; a brother in Ohio;
and one grandson.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Johhson was held on Dec. 13, in
the Trinity Baptist Church with
Pastor fames Peoples officiating.
Burial will be at a later date. In
lieu of flowers, contributions may
be made to the Hospice of your
choice. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
Funeral. Home of Keystone
Heights.


Claudia Raysin
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Claudia Ruth Raysin, 59, of
Keystone Heights, died at St.
Vincent's Medical Center in
Jacksonville on Tuesday, Dec. 7,
2010. She was born in Miami on
Nov. 3, 1951, to the late Harry'and
Ruth Council. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Raiford Road Church in
Macclenny.
Mrs. Raysin was preceded in
death by her husband, David
Raysin, in 2004. She is survived
by: her children, Angela Raysin
Hatton of Jacksonville, and Shawn
E. Raysin of Keystone Heights; a
sister, Janice Wheeler of Glenn St.
Mary; and four grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Raysin will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Hoimez
of Keystone Heights.

Alice Regar
STARKE-Alice "Faye" Regar,
57, of Starke, died on Tuesday,
Dec. 7, 2010, in Lake City. Mrs.
Regar was born in Jacksonville on
Nov. 12, 1953, to the late Leslie
and Viola Varnes Crews and was
a lifelong area resident. She was a
Methodist, worked for Hardee's
for many years, and prior to her
illness, worked as a medical
transportation driver.
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dedicated service to his Lord and
to others. He spent his early years
involved in athletics, and touched
the lives of many young men
during his time as a football
coach.
He spent his last several years
working in Starke as an insurance
agent, and he was very fond of the
community he served. He was an
avid hunter, fisherman, sportsman,
and loved singing gospel music.
Most of all, he was committed to
his faith and his family.
He is survived by: his wife of
45 years, Pat Southall; two sons,
Pete and Mike, and their wives,
Priscilla and Stacie; five
grandchildren, Madelynne,
Payton, Morgan, Mia Beth 'and
Avery, to whom he was totally
devoted; numerous nieces,
nephews, in-laws, and wonderful
friends. He was preceded in death
by two brothers and a sister, Ray
and Altus Southall, and Lorene
Lloyd, and his father and mother,
Robert and Rubettie Southall.
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high school in 1946 and attended
LeSalle College in Boston, Mass.
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survived by: her children, David
(Adelaide) and Lisa (Randy)


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Kathryn (Bart) Bland of Melrose;
and five grandchildren.
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Wednesday, Dec. 22, at Oriental
United Methodist Church at 2
p.m., and will be officiated by the
Rev. Keith Sexton. The family
will receive friends immediately
following the service in the
fellowship hall of the church. In
lieu of flowers, contributions may
be made to Oriental United
Methodist Church, PO Box 70,
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Tornadoes win fourth straight, defeat Indians in district matchup


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Justin McBride scored eight
points in the second quarter to
help give his team a double-
digit halftime lead, while
Ya'keem Griner had a strong
third quarter to keep his team
ahead in the Bradford boys'
basketball team 75-45 win
over south District 4-3A
opponent Keystone Heights on
Dec. 9 in Keystone.
Bradford (4-1), which
improved to 3-0 against south
district competition, turned a
three-point lead into one of 12
-points in the first quarter.
Treyonte Covington got the


run started with a three-
pointer, while lDarrin Blye
scored six straight points. Blye
made four straight free throws
and scored on a layup
following a Keystone turnover,
the Indians fifth turnover in six
possessions.
The Indians (2-3, 1-2 south-
District 4 prior to Dec. 14) cut
into the lead with five straight
points to close out the quarter.
Dalton Campbell scored, drew
a foul and made the ensuing
free throw, while Chase Julius
scored td make the score 18-
1 1.
McBride started the second
quarter with a steal and slam


Bradford's Treyonte Covington (right) drives the
baseline against Keystone's Josh Ergle.


Ya'keem Griner
works under-
neath the bas-
ket for Bradford
with Key-
stone's Dalton
Campbell
guarding him.


dunk for the Tornadoes, but
Keystone's Chris Jones
answered with a short jumper.
McBride had a rebound score
on the other end, but that was
answered by Keystone's Josh
Ergle, who hit the first of his
two three-pointers to make it a
six-point game.
Keystone got the margin
down to five after Ergle his his
second trey, but McBride had
rebound tip-in to put Bradford
up 29-22. A basket by Griner
and rebound tip-in by Chris
Walton sent the Tornadoes into
the locker room at the half up
33-22.
Griner, who led all scorers


with 17 points, had six points
during a 14-2 Bradford run to
open the third quarter. That
included slam dunks on
consecutive possessions as
Bradford built a 47-24 lead.
Nick Johnson knocked down
a trey as the buzzer sounded at
the end of the third quarter to
send the Tornadoes into the
fourth quarter up 55-31.
Jones and Codi Avery had a
good fourth quarter for the
Indians as each scored four
points. Jones' score off of an
Alex Miles assist gave him
eight points for the game,
while Avery scored two
baskets late to give him six


points for the game.
Bradford's lead, though, was
never threatened, especially
since the Tornadoes had three-
pointers from Johnson,
Deantre Burch and Tramaine
Harris in the fourth quarter.
Blye and McBride each
finished with 12 points for
Bradford, while Julius led the
Indians with nine points.
Campbell added eight points
for Keystone.
The Tornadoes will host
north district opponent Baker
County on Friday, Dec. 17, at
7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m., while
the Indians, who played south
district opponent Crescent City
this past Tuesday, will host
north district opponent
Baldwin on Thursday, Dec. 16,
at 7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m.
On Saturday, Dec. 18,
Keystone will travel to play St.
Joseph at 2:30 p.m. The junior
varsity teams will play at 1


p.m.
Both Keystone and Bradford
will play in the Lake- Area
McDonald's Christriias
Tournament, hosted by the
Kiwanis Club of Starke, next
week at Bradford High School.
See related story for more
information.
Score by Quarter
BHS: 18 15 22 20-75
KHHS: 11 11 9 14-45

Bradford (75): Aldridge 2,
Blackshear 2, Blye 12, Burch 6,
Covington 7, Griner 17, Harris
7, *Johnson 6, McBride 12,
Walton 4. 3-pointers: Blye,
Covington, Harris, Burch 2,
Johnson 2. Free throws: 8-23.

Keystone (45): Avery 6,
Campbell 8, Curtis 2, Ergle 6,
Hamilton 3, Jones 8, Julius 9,
Kotowske 1, Miles" 2. 3"-
pointers: Campbell, Hamilton,
Julius, Ergle 2. Free throws:
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Dalton Campbell grabbed 10
rebounds and scored 23 points
to help lead the Keystone
Heights boys' basketball team
to a 56-55 win over south
District 4-3A opponent Union
County on Dec. 7 in Keystone.
Ryan Latner and Chase
Julius scored 14 and 10 points,
respectively, for the Indians,
who evened, their-- record
against south district
competition to 1-1. Keystone
would lose to south district
opponent Bradford later in the
week. (See related story.)
Union was in the midst of a
three-game winning streak, but
could not extend it to four
despite four three-pointers and
22 points from Quentin
Johnson. The Tigers (0-2
against south district teams)
also got 13 points from Carl
Alexander ail nine points


Keystone,
Crescent City
play to 2-2 tie in
boys' soccer
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
An own goal late gave the
Keystone Heights boys' soccer
team a 2-1 lead, but visiting
Crescent City was able to
score in the 78'h minute as the
District 4-3A foes settled for a
2-all tie on Dec. 10.
The' Indians (3-3-3) scored
early, getting a goalfrom Trey
Bland off of a Logan Stanley
assist in the fifth minute. That
1-0 Keystone lead stood for
more than 55 minutes before
the Raiders, who entered the
match with a 9-0 record, got a
goal from John Spence.
An own goal gave Keystone
the lead approximately a
minute later before Spence
scored again for Crescent City.
Keystone was attempting to
win its second district match of
the week. The Indians defeated
visiting Interlachen 4-0 on
Dec. 7.
Eighth-grader Cory Hedding
scored twice for the Indians,
getting a goal in the 32nd
minute and another in the 74th
Both came off of assists by
Bland.
Bland had a first-half goal
off of a Tucker McLean assist,
while Stanley also scored in
the first half. Matt Michaud
had the assist on Stanley's
goal.
Keystone and Interlachen
were scheduled to hook up
again this past Tuesday. On
Friday, Dec. 17, the Indians
travel to Callahan to play West
Nassau at 7:30 p.m.


from Isaac Johnson.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 11 ,19 11 14-55
KHHS: 13 19 14 10-56

Union (55): Alexander 13,
Corbitt 4, Edwards 2, I.
Johnson 9, 0. Johnson 22,
Maewether 5. 3-pointers:
Alexander, ...L__. Johnson,
Maewether, Q. Johnson 4.
Free throws: 2-14.

Keystone (56): Avery A4,
Campbell 23, Ergle 1, Hamilton
2, Julius 10, Latner 12,
Thomas 4. 3-pointers: Avery,
Julius, Latner 2. Free throws:
6-9.

UC travels to Live Oak,
drops second straight


Isaac Johnson was the
game's second leading scorer
with 21. points, but the Tigers
dropped their second straight
game, losing 72-49 to
Suwanee on Dec. 9 in Live
Oak.
The host Bulldogs built a
six-point lead in the first
quarter before outscoring the
Tigers 22-8 in the second for a
41-21 halftime lead.
Darius Corbitt added 11
points for the Tigers (3-3
overall), who played south
district opponent Interlachen
this past Tuesday. Union will
host south district opponent
Crescent City on Friday, Dec.
17, at 7:30 p.m. following a
junior varsity game at 6 p.m.
The Tigers will compete in
the Lake Area McDonald's
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$450 per month Call Joan
at 904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more,
information.

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per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler, FL Call 386-
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per month. 4/2 only $699
per month. Subside units
available. Security de-
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credit). Washer & dryer
hook-ups, pool, computer
room, fitness center, walk-
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out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-966-0765.
BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC
FULLY restored 3BR/2BA
with wrap around porch,
custom kitchen, utility
room with dry pantry, pri-
vate fenced yard, haird-
wood and ceramic tile
floors, CH/A, W/D hook
up. $850/mo first and se-
curity of $500, Starke, 408
West Lafayette Street.
352-258-5993 or 352-
473-7123 or 352-214-
7411.

NICE CLEANi 3BR/1BA
home Also, 3BR/2BA
MH and 2BR/1BA MH. All
in Starke. Call 904-964-
3595.
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HOME FOR RENT ON
PRIVATE LOT in Raiford
on CR 229. 2/1, $500/
mth. Call 386-431-1917
or 904-966-1396.

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BROOKLYN, Keystone
Heights. $900/mo. First,
last and security deposit.
Call 352-494-3714.
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Starke. 812 North Thomp-,
son. Completely remod-
eled inside and out. New
carpet, vinyl and paint,
etc. Still under construc-
tion, available Feb. 1st.
Service animals only.
References. $650/mo.
plus $650 deposit. Call
904-662-3735.

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in quiet community, $425
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
3/2 IN KEYSTONE. fire-


904-364-8395. pets welcome! Call 904- place, big fenced in yard.
WAREHOUSE 3000 sq. ft. 368-0007. $650/mo. Call 904-782-
with a 12 foot over head 3287 or 904-769-3455.
door $800 per month. OF-
FICE SPACE 3,000 sq ft Ha ln
$1,200 per month. 1,80 Keystone Hauling &
sq. ft. on Edwards road
for $1,200 Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222 Handyman Service, LLC
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale *Carpently *ButslHogMowmg
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52 Animals and
Pets
COCKATIEL'S FOR SALE.
1 male, 1 female, breed-
ing pair, $150. Call 386-
496-0016.
WONDERFUL COMPAN-
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neutered cat, very gen-
tle and well-mannered.
Perfect for single per-
son or couple. Beautiful
markings, snow-white
with gray and black cap
and ears, gray and black
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Gators chomp the competition at tournament
The North Florida Gators, composed of several players from Lake Butler, won the
Mizuno Fall Championships in Lake City on Nov. 21. The team of 7-8-year-olds de-
feated the Lake City Diamond Extreme 18-14, the Panama City Patriots 20-14 and
the Jacksonville Storm 13-11. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Jake O'Steen, Greg Falck,
Braxton Dukes, Quinten Rawls, Jacob Thornton, (middle, I-r) John Rechsteiner,
Brian Kish, Landon Hollingsworth, Ethan Tam, Eric Dickerson, Luke Ridley, (back, I-
r) assistant coach Joey O'Steen, general manager Daniel Dukes, assistant coach
Paul Kish, head coach Ryan Tam and assistant coach Brian Ridley.


Thompson
graduates basic
training
Navy Seaman Apprentice
Christopher A. Thompson
recently completed United
States Navy basic training at


Recruit Training Command,
Great Lakes, Ill.
During the eight-week
program, Thompson
completed a variety of training
-which included classroom
study and practical instruction
on naval customs, first aid,
firefighting, water safety and


survival, and shipboard and
aircraft safety. An emphasis
was also placed on physical
fitness.'
The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations." This
exercise gives recruits the
skills and confidence they need
to succeed in the fleet. It is
designed to galvanize the basic
warrior attributes of sacrifice,
dedication, teamwork and
endurance in each recruit
through the practical
application of basic Navy
skills and 'the core values of
honor, courage and
commitment.
Thompson is the son of
Sarah A. Thompson of Starke,
and Ji'mmy D. Worster of
Colton, Calif..


.~


TOURNEY
Continued from Page 1B

without the results affecting
district standings. (Bradford,
Keystone and Union are all in
District 4-3A.)
Bradford, Keystone and
Union are natural rivals, and
Chandler feels the same can
probably be said about the
Clay County and Jacksonville
schools.
If he had to look at the field
and not pick his own team,
Chandler said the team that
stands out is Gainesville.
Though the Purple Hurricanes
were only 3-3 after play ended
last week, they are coming off
of an appearance in the Class
5A regional finals last season
and a state title in 2009.
Gainesville, which was also
a state semifinalist in 2008,
finished last season with a 24-
7 record.
"That's a team you always
see as a threat in a
tournament," Chandler said.
Another strong team is First
Coast, which is coming off of
a Class 6A regional final
appearance. The Buccaneers
were 25-4 last season.
"I think we've got a great
mix of competitiveness and
rivalry games," Chandler said.
Union and Bartram Trail get
things started with a 2 p.m. tip-
off on Dec. 21. The rest of the
day's schedule is Fjrst Coast
against Fleming Island at 4
p.m., Keystone against
Gainesville at 6 p.m. and
Bradford against Clay at 8
p.m.
On Dec. 22, the losers of the
Union-Bartram Trail and
Bradford-Clay games play at 2
p.m., while the losers of the
other two matchups play at 4
p.m. The First Coast-Fleming
Island and Keystone-
Gainesville winners play at 6
p.m., while the Bradford-Clay
and Union-Bartram Trail
winners play at 8 p.m.
The third day of the
tournament--Dec. 23-will


T


feature the seventh-place game
at 2 p.m., the fifth-place game
at 4 p.m., the third-place game
at 6 p.m. and the championship
game at 8 p.m.
Chandler said he thinks his
team is ready to perform well,
citing the fact that the players
developed a sense of pride in
hosting their own tournament
last year and are looking to
redeem themselves after
coming up short last year.
Bradford advanced to last
year's title game by defeating
Bishop Moore 58-54. Current
seniors Ya'keem Griner and
Tramaine Harris combined to
score 17 points in the fourth
quarter as the Tornadoes,
outscored Bishop Moore 26- *
20. Harris made three three-
pointers in the fourth quarter
and finished with 11 points,
while Griner, who was 6-of-6
from the foul line, scored a
game-high 17 points.
CJ. Covington added 14
points for the Tornadoes.
Williston, which would go
on to make a run for the Class
3A championship last season
before losing in the state


BAND
Continued from Page 2B

competitions are over, the
band has still been busy. It
recently participated in the
Starke Christmas parade, will
perform its annual Christmas
concert on Thursday, Dec. 16,
and will also have its annual
banquet.
Now, Hall and the students
have to find time to prepare for
the governor's inauguration.
"It definitely added to a little
chaotic time," Hall said, "but
we have started focusing on
it."
One area Hall has been
focusing on is raising funds for
the trip so that the students and


semifinals opened ihe
tournamentt by defeating
Camden County (Ga.) 84-61,.
getting up the eventual'
championship matchup \with
Bradford. The Red Devils built
a 42-26 halftime lead and
outscored the Tornadoes 16-4
in the third quarter en route to
a 63-42 win.
Three points by Griner
helped Bradford cut a 10-point
Williston lead to seven
heading into the second
quarter. A layup by
tournament MVP Isaac Floyd
got the Devils going at the start
of the second quarter as they
scored 18 of the quarter's first
25 points.
Marius Corbitt, who now
plays for Union County, led.:
Bradford with 11 points, while
Justin McBride had eight.
Bishop Moore defeated
Camden County 57-55 in the
consolation ganie. '
For more information on this
year's tournament, of if you
would like to be a sponsor,
please call Starke Kiwanis
President Barry Warren at 352-
494-3326.


their families don't have to pay
anything. It will cost $1,000 to
transport the band, but that's
simply an amount the program
doesn't have in its budget.
Several members of the
community have already
donated toward this cause, and
the Kiwanis Club of Starke has
pledged $350.
"We'd like to see the
community sponsor the band
because we're going to'
represent the whole.
community," Hall said.
Any amount one is willing
to donate will help and will be
greatly appreciated, Hall said.
If you would like to make a
donation or 'would like to"
know more about the event,
please call Hall at 904-966,.
6072.


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4


The following people have been identified by law enforcement agencies as being the most wanted suspects in this area. Information
for this display was obtained from the Web sites of the law enforcement agencies, and/or from reports submitted by those agencies.


Gerald James Carter, 25
Wanted for: Attempted murder, pos-
session of a firearm by a convicted
felon, shooting into an occupied
dwelling. No bond. Black male with
hair braids 5'11", 190 pounds. Con-
tact BCSO.



Clay County

Sheriff

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Union County

Sheriff

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Stephen Mark Noel, 49
Wanted for: Failure to appear
in court for felony worthless
check charges. Bond $253.
White male, 5'6", 210 pounds
with brown hair, blue eyes.
Contact CCSO.


Daryl Ray Geer
Wanted for: Fraudulent use of
credit cards, more than twice
in six months. No bond. Con-
tact BCSO.


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Charles Thomas Parker, 50
Wanted for: Giving false state-
ments in order to obtain un-
employment benefits-felony.
Bond $253. White male, 6'2",
208 pounds with brown hair,
blue eyes. Contact CCSO.


Anthony Outland Altman
Wanted for: Violation of proba-
tion and two counts of failure to
appear in court for original misde-
meanor charges. No bond on the
probation violation. $9,000 bond
on the other charges. Contact
BCSO.



S. Bradford

County Sheriff
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tips@bradfordsheriff.com


Starke Police

Department
S904-964-5400

Ira Jacob Frasure 50
Wanted for: Dealing in stolen
property. Bond $7,503. White
male with brown hair, brown
eyes, 6'1", 160 pounds. Tattoo
of Tasmanian Devil on fore-
arm. Contact CCSO.


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Tillis graduates
basic training
Army Pfc. Tina M. Tillis has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Sill, Lawton,
Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, Tillis studied the
Army mission and received
instruction and training
exercises in drill and
ceremonies, Army history,


core values and traditions,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading and
land navigation, foot marches,
armed and unarmed combat,
and field maneuvers and
tactics.
She is the daughter of Paul
Tillis, and the granddaughter
of Richard Tillis, both of Lake
Butler. She is a 2003 graduate
of Union County High School


in Lake Butler.

Harvey
graduates basic
training
Army Pvt. Chad Harvey has
graduated from basic combat
training at Fort Sill, Lawton,
Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, Tillis studied the


Army mission and' received
instruction and training
exercises in drill and
ceremonies, Army history,
core values and traditions,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading and
land navigation, foot marches,
armed and unarmed combat,
and field maneuvers and
tactics.
He is the son of John Harvey


of Keystone Heights and Jeri
Haines of Bonaire, Ga. He is a
2010 graduate of Warner
Robins High School in
Georgia.

Luycx graduates
basic training
Army Reserve Pfc. Brittney
R. L.uycx has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla.


Luycx is the granddaughter
of May Brown of Starke. She
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