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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Publication Date: December 9, 2010
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010


98th Year -32nd Issue 75 CENTS


1 critical in 2



area crashes


Dec.'10

Christmas

parade route
The city of Lake Butler an-
nual Christmas parade will
begin on Friday, Dec. 10, at 7
p.m. The parade will proceed
from the Lake Butler Com-
munity Center and head west
to Northwest 6th Avenue and
turn left. The parade will then
turn left onto Main Street and
continue through downtown
to Notheast 5"h Avenue, turn
left at the health department,
then proceed back to the com-
munity center.
Please be aware that the
public viewing areas along
Main Street will begin at the
traffic light at the intersection
where Spires IGA and Shatto
Heating & Air are located all
the way down to the Union
County Health Department.
There will be no parking al-
lowed directly on Main Street.
Side -streets will be open for
parking, excluding portions
of Northeast 3rd Street by the
lake that are reserved for pa-
rade participant line-up.
If you have any questions
about parade registration or
line-up, please contact Lake
Butler City Hall at 386-496-
3401.

Santa to greet
children after
parade
Following the parade,
families will gather at the
pavilion by the Lake Butler
Community Center as they
await Santa's arrival on his
one-horse open sleigh. Each
child can meet Santa and re-
ceive a gift bag. There will


be 25 bicycles given away during this year's
event.

Caroling at the park
following parade
New this year, the Lake Butler Lions Club will
sponsor a "sing-along caroling in the park" event
following the parade. The event will take place
near the pavilion at the community center. The
Lions Club invites everyone to bring their lawn
chairs and join in for the Christmas carols, hot
chocolate, coffee and doughnuts. Proceeds raised
from the purchase of refreshments will support
the Lake Butler Lions Club.

Hospital hosts
Christmas
extravaganza
Kickoff your Christmas celebration with fun
for the entire family at the Third Annual Christ-
mas Extravaganza at Lake Butler Hospital on


Friday, Dec. 17, from 6-8:30 p.m.
Santa will be there to greet your family. Chil-
dren ages 10 and under will receive a small gift
and goody bag. Children of all ages can register
to win gifts including a Wii, bicycle, iPod Shuf-
fle, toys, games and more!
Capture your 2010 Christmas season with a
picture with Santa for $6.
Enjoy free refreshments while watching a pre-
sentation by the dancers of Kelly Christie Dance
Academy as well as-singing from Justine Rogers
and more.
"Last year it was so fun to watch all the kids
sitting around singing Christmas carols, dancing
and receiving gifts," said Liz Croft, hospital pub-
lic relations director. "It was a great time for the
kids and adults."
Cast your vote for the best decorated door in
the hospital and you will help decide the winner
of the 2010 Employee Door Decorating Contest.
There will also be activities set up outside
including carnival'games and a train ride from
Captain's Party Rentals.
For more information please contact Liz Croft
at 386-496-2323, ext. 227.


1 burglar nabbed in Starke robbery, 2nd sought


A local resident came home at
about 8 p.m. Dec. 2 to his house
on Weldon Street near S.R. 16 in
Starke and found his back door
open. He saw a man run out of
one room and then out of the
house.
Then a second man ran out of
another room, near where the
homeowner was standing. The
homeowner grabbed the man,
but after a brief struggle, the man
broke free and fled the house.
The homeowner got a pretty


good look at the man and his de-
scription ultimately resulted in
the arrest of Timothy Delancie
Bass, 26, of Starke. The other
man involved in the burglary is
still being sought.
Bass' arrest resulted from a
joint effort by the Starke Police
Department and Bradford Coun-
ty Sheriffs Office.
Investigation of the Dec. 2
burglary revealed that the two
men had removed a television
set from the home and left it in


the backyard. They also removed
bags of new toys that had been
purchased for Christmas. The
to)s were valued at about $200
and were not recovered.
According to SPD Capt. Barry
Warren, this burglary was very
similar to two other burglaries
that had also occurred in the same
general area since the beginning
of November. In those burglar-
ies, the homes were occupied
at the time of the break-ins and
two elderly \women \\ere injured.


"One received head injuries and
the bther received a leg injury,"
said Warren. "We are looking
into whether Mr. Bass was in-
volved in those cases as well."
A crime scene unit from the
Florida Department of Law En-
forcement w\as called to the Dec.
2 scene and collected evidence to
be used by investigators.
The homeowner could not de-
scribe the first man who fled his
house, but he described the sec-
See SOUGHT page 2A


USCO vehicle struck
in secondary crash

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

On Dec. 3 at approximately
4 p.m., an unidentified male
was driving a moped scooter on
Southwest 126th Avenue in the
Groves area of Union County
when he lost control and struck
a tree.
As the scooter hit the tree, the
driver was ejected onto the road-
way and the vehicle burst into
flames. The unidentified driver
suffered head trauma and Union
County rescue personnel called
ShandsCair to the scene.
Lt. Doug York with the Union.
County Sheriff's Office had ar-
rived to coordinate the landing
of the emergency rescue helicop-
ter when a secondary crash took
place.
According to York, he parked
his sheriff's department SUV off
the roadway and stepped out of
his vehicle when it was struck by
a large truck.
Corbin Elixson, 16, of Lake
Butler, was attempting to back
away from the scene and turn
around in the line of traffic when
he went off the roadway and


First Coast
Crimestoppers will
pay up to $1,000 for
information leading
to arrests, or recovery
of stolen items

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

A reward of $1,000 or more
is being offered through First
Coast Crime Stoppers for in-
formation leading to an arrest
or recovery of items recently
stolen in Union County.

Rash of appliance
thefts
Lt. Doug York of the Union
County Sheriff's Office has
reported that several counties
to include Union have been
the recent victims of appliance
thefts. The thefts are occurring
at homes under construction
and at foreclosed homes.

York said UCSO is actively
working the case and one ar-
rest has .been made so far.
Assistance is being requested
from citizens who may have
information regarding other
suspects or the whereabouts of
the stolen appliances.

Stolen ATV
On Nov. 3, a Union County
resident reported that a red
ATV was stolen from his stor-
age shed on C.R. 229.

An investigation revealed
that the ATV was removed
from the shed, and because it
was inoperable, pushed down
the driveway to the main road
and loaded into another ve-
hicle.
The ATV was described as
being a red 1999 Kawasaki
Bayou 220 with a gray seat.
The seat had a four-inch tear
in the-fabric behind the gas


backed into York's vehicle at a
high rate of speed. Damages to
the UCSO vehicle were estimat-
ed at $5,000.
The unidentified driver of the
moped was transported to Shands
UF. He remained in critical con-
dition at press time.

LB man
overturns log
truck in Brooker
At 4:35 a.m. on Dec. 6, Dale
W. Smith, 68. of Lake Butler,
was driving a 2000 Mack truck
carrying logs and headed south
on S.R. 231 near S.R. 18 in
Brooker.
According to Florida Highway
Patrol Trooper M.D. Childress,
for unknown reasons, Smith
traveled onto the southbound
shoulder, and in an attempt to re-
enter the roadway, the weight of
the truck's load shifted, causing
the truck to overturn on its right
side.
Smith, who was cited for care-
less driving, was treated at the
scene for minor injuries. The
roadway was completely blocked
and traffic was re-routed for
more than 2.5 hours. Damages
to the log truck were estimated at
$9,000.


tank. A Gators sticker was on
the front of the ATV near the
headlights and- the rear cargo
bumper had a downward bend
from towing heavy objects.

Musical instruments,
money stolen
from church
On Nov. 14, UCSO Deputy
Donnie Jones responded to
a reported burglary at Cross
Roads to Victory Church. It
was found that some type of
tool was used to pry open a
side door to the church.

Locked filing cabinets in
an office had also been pried
open, but nothing was discov-
ered missing from the cabi-
nets.
Inside the main sanctuary, a
number.of musical instruments
belonging to parishioners were
reported as stolen, along with
a collection box containing ap-
proximately $30 in cash. The
stolen instruments were valued
at $2,150.

Currently, UCSO has no
suspects in this burglary and
hopes that a description of the
items may lead to an arrest.
The stolen music items in-
cluded a Gibson tan-colored
guitar valued at $1,000, a re-
furbished light blue and white
guitar valued at $300, a purple
Fender electric guitar with a
Gators sticker valued at $600
and a Peavey amplifier valued
at $250.
If you provide a tip that
leads to an arrest or recovery
of stolen property, you become
eligible for a cash reward of up
to $1,000.
Call 1-866-845-TIPS (8477)
or go online to the Web .site
www.UnionSheriff.us and
click on the "Send a Crime
Tip" link. You can remain
anonymous.


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Guess who had breakfast with Santa on Dec. 4 at Lake Butler Elementary School? Lots of kids! Here, Lake
Butler Elementary School teachers Mark and Lindsay Harrison are shown with their son. Photo courtesy of
Dianna Mobley. For more photos, see page 3A.


$1,000 offered for

info on burglaries


Following last year's Christmas parade, Jada Ridgeway, Allissa Ridgeway, Faith
Cummings and Elijah Moore happily accept their gift bags from Santa and Mrs.
Claus.


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication Phone (386) 496-2261 Fax (386) 496-2858

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Worth

Noting


LBES
Christmas
play tonight
at 7 p.m.
Want to get in the Christmas
spirit? Join Lake Butler Ele-
mentary School third and fourth
graders as they present, "Jingle
Bell Jukebox!" The students will
sing songs such as "Jingle Bell
Rock," "You're a Mean One,
Mr. Grinch" and "Santa's on His
Way Medley."
The musical takes place
Thursday, Dec. 9, (tonight) at 7
p.m. at the Union County High
School auditorium. Admis-
sion is $2 at the door. For more
information, please contact Pam
Carter at 386-496-3047.

Purple heart
monument to
be installed
Dec. 10
On Friday,Dec. 10,at 11 a.m.,
the Military of the Purple Heart
will dedicate a monument honor-
ing all veterans. The monument
will be installed next to the Vet-
erans Memorial monument lo-
cated on the grounds of the Lake
Butler Masonic Lodge. All Union
County veterans are asked to at-
tend this unveiling ceremony.

BUSA tag-in
set Dec. 10
The Bradford-Union Swine
Association will hold its tag-in
on Saturday, Dec. 10, at 8 a.m.
at the Union County'Riding Club
on S.R. 121 in Lake Butler.

Sardis Christmas
service Dec. 12
Sardis Baptist Church of
Worthington Springs will hold a
Christmas celebration service on
Sunday, Dec. 12. Sunday school
will begin at 9:45 a.m. followed
by the Christmas service at 10:45
a.m. Everyone is invited to at-
tend.

VCC Christmas
play Dec. 19
On Sunday, Dec. 19, at 6 p.m.,
Victory Christian Center of Lake
Butler will present the Christmas
play "He is Here."
Everyone is invited to come
out and celebrate the birth of Je-
sus Christ. The play will be full
of life, music and dance. Admis-
sion is free, but a love offering
will be taken up. Refreshments
will be served. Victory Christian
Center is located at 705 SW 6th
St. on S.R. 121 across from Lake
Butler Elementary School.

Enter to win
free computer
at S&S stores
This Christmas, Housecallz

Springs is giving away two refur-
bished computers to some lucky
Union County residents.
Visit either the S&S con-
venience store in Lake Butler
on S.R. 100 or in Worthington
Springs on S.R. 121 to enter for
a chance to win one of the com-
puters.
Every resident of Union Coun-
ty-with the exception of em-
ployees of the two S&S stores
where the boxes are placed-is
eligible to enter the drawing. The
winning names will be drawn on
Tuesday, Dec. 21. Winners will
be notified by telephone.

'Twilight' event
at UCPL Dec. 11
The Junior Friends of the Li-
brary is hosting an event for fans
of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight


Saga. Please join the fans at
Union County Public Library on
Saturday, Dec I 1, from 5-8 p.m.
for an evening of games, prizes,
crafts, food, music, a costume
contest and fun.
Pre-register for $1 and get
an "I Love Twilight" pin. Ad-
mission will be $3 at the door.
All proceeds benefit the Junior
Friends of the Library's Scholar-
ship Fund. Please call 386-496-
3432 for more information.


4 students arrested
for possession
within'4 school days

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

On Nov. 12 at 11:28 a.m., School Re-
source Officer Deputy James Crews re-
sponded to Lake Butler Middle School
in reference to a juvenile in possession
of marijuana.
The school's principal, Jerry Gray-
beal, advised Crews that he received an
anonymous tip that a 15-year-old male
student was in possession of marijuana.
Graybeal recovered a-clear plastic bag
"that contained marijuana from the ju-
venile's front pants pocket and a mari-
juana pipe from his book bag. The ju-
venile was placed under arrest and later
released to the custody of his guardians.
Thirty minutes later, Crews responded
to the Outpost Alternative School. Upon
his arrival, Assistant Principal Eugene
Dukes stated that he received an anony-
mous tip that a 17-year-old male student
was in possession of marijuana.
Dukes conducted a search, revealing
a clear plastic bag with a green plant-
like substance that Crews field-tested
as positive for marijuana. After placing
him under arrest, the juvenile advised
Crews that he had another bag of mari-
juana inside his right sock. The student
was transported to the Union County
Jail.
On Nov. 17, at 1:38 p.m., Crews re-
turned to Lake Butler Middle School in
response to two students in possession
of marijuana.
Assistant Principal Carolyn Parrish
advised Crews that following anony-
mous tips, she recovered five small mar-
ijuana cigarettes from a jewelry case in
the backpack of a 13-year-old male stu-


SOUGHT
Continued from Page 1A

ond. Officers from both SPD and
BCSO used the description to
question numerous people about
the identity of the burglar. War-
ren said that in spite of an all-
night effort, the officers could not
identify the man that evening.
The homeowner met with a
sketch artist the next day and
they were able to develop a
sketch. The sketch was shown
to officers of both agencies and
BCSO Detective Johnny Pons
said it looked like Bass.
Bass' photos, along with those


dent and a small marijuana cigarette in
the wallet of a 14-year-old male student.
Both juveniles were placed under arrest
and later released to their parents.

Tallahassee man
arrested for drug
possession

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

At 12:18 a.m. on Dec. 4, UCSO Dep-
uty Ken Smith observed a 2009 gray
Chevrolet sedan traveling at 84 mph in a
60 mph zone on S.R. 100.
When the vehicle pulled over to the


side of the road
deputy said
he observed
the driver
and passen-
ger switch
seats.
As Smith
approached
the vehicle,
he said he
also detected
a strong odor
of marijua-
na. The man
in the pas-
senger seat
was later
identified as
Bravia Miko
Paul, 34, of Tal-
lahassee.


for a traffic stop, the


Paul


The deputy told the female driver and
Paul that he had witnessed them switch
seats. Paul allegedly admitted he knew
his license was suspended.
A search of Paul revealed a small
plastic bag of marijuana in his front
pants pocket. Located in the back seat


of several other similar-looking
people, were shown to the hom-
eowner. Warren said the home-
owner picked Bass' photo out of
the lineup without any apparent
hesitation.
On Dec. 4, officers went to
Bass' residence and arrested him
without incident. He is charged
with burglary of a dwelling and
larceny. Bond was set at $20,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
The other man involved in
the Dec. 2 burglary is still be-
ing sought. Warren asked to hear
from anyone with any informa-
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of the vehicle near a one-year-old child
was a brown leather backpack. Inside
it, Smith found two plastic Ziploc bags
containing 66.5 grams of a green leafy
substance that field-tested positive for
marijuana. Also found was a marijuana
grinder.
Already on drug offender probation
for charges stemming from numerous
Leon County convictions, Paul was
charged with speeding, habitual driv-
ing while his license was suspended and
possession of more than 20 grams of
marijuana.

Gainesville man
arrested a'ter
fleeing from deputy

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

Just after midnight on Nov. 27, while
on patrol in Worthington Springs,
Union County Sheriff's Office Deputy
John Whitehcad spotted a white Pontiac
sedan traveling 20 mph over the posted
speed limit of 35 mph.
As the vehicle turned onto Southwest
37"' Trail, Whitehead said he activated
his emergency lights
signaling the vehicle
to stop by the First
Methodist Memorial
Church. Whitehead
stated that the vehicle
began to slow, then
rapidly accelerated, fail-
ing to stop at the posted
stop sign at Southwest
37'h Trail and Southwest
118'" Lane.
Whitehead continued
following the vehicle Following
as it entered the Timber Whitehead
Village Mobile Home along with I
Park, made several eva-
sive turns and continued


involved-or any information
related to anyof the other bur-
glaries. Information on Bass and
whom he associates with would
also be helpful, Warren said.
People with information should
call 904-964-5400.
Warren also urged everyone to
take all possible safety measures
arid report any suspicious activ-
ity they may see.
"Based on the information
from this case, there is at least
one more suspect out there, and
we want our citizens to be aware
and observant when returning
home. If you see or hear some-
thing that raises your suspicions,
please call the Starke Police
Department and let us check on
your suspicions." Call 904-964-
5400. For a burglary in progress,
call 911.


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to ignore the emergency lights and siren.
The vehicle finally stopped on Southwest
36th Way and the driver was apprehended.
The driver, Jonanthan Lamar Rawls,
26, of Gainesville was found to be driv-
ing with a suspended license. Whitehead
searched Rawls, finding'$99 in cash. He
then searched the vehicle and allegedly
discovered an open can of Natural Light
beer on the driver's side door, along with
a loaded pistol under the scat. The pistol
was determined to be a Crossman Co2 pel-
let gun. Also found was a Crown Royal
bag allegedly containing 22 small baggies
of a green, leafy substance that was pack-
aged for sale and field-tested positive for
marijuana.
Rawls allegedly told the deputy that
the reason he had the numerous baggies
of marijuana was because the person he
bought it from had no other way to sell
it to him. He later told the deputy he had
found it by a ditch at an unknown loca-
tion.
Rawls was cited for speeding and fail-
ure to stop at a posted stop sign. He was
also charged with fleeing and eluding,
driving while his license was suspended,
possession of a weapon by a convicted
felon, possession of an opeq container and
possession of marijuana with the intent to
sell within 1,000 feet of a church.


I a traffic stop, UCSO Deputy John
recovered 66.5 grams of marijuana
:his gun that was determined to be a
S pellet pistol.


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Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010 Union County rimes


SLEGALS



IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 63-2010-CP-0023
IN RE: ESTATE OF
IRENE MARGUERITE DRIGGERS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
IRENE MARGUERITE DRIGGERS,
deceased, is pending in the Circuit
Court for the Eighth Judicial Circuit
in and for Union County, Florida,
the address of which is 55 West
Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decendent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this Notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON, THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THREE.


(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST.PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
-ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is December 9, 2010.
Attorney for Personal Representative


Russell A. Wade III
Florida Bar No. 251460
RUSSELLA. WADE III, P.A.
155 SE 6th Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Personal Representative
Clayborn H. Driggers III
15713 West SR 238
Lake Butler, FL 32054
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Special ceremony dedicates basketball season to Nelson
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UCHS teams dedicate
playing season to Nelson
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor
At Union County High School's first home
game of the 2010-2011 basketball season, var-
sity head Coach Rufus Jefferson gathered the
junior varsity and varsity teams on the court to
dedicate the season in memory of the school's
former Principal Alex K. Nelson.
Nelson, an enthusiastic Union County
sports fan, passed away suddenly on March ,
18 of this year. Nelson had been married to his
sweetheart, Cathy, for 22 years, and was the
father of three children, Noah, who graduated
from UCHS in June, Elizabeth, now a senior
at UCHS, and Samuel, a freshman at UCHS.
Nelson was also "dad" to hundreds of students
throughout his lifetime whom he mentored,
guided and taught.
"Mr. Nelson could always be found in the
stands cheering for the Tigers, be it boys or
girls basketball, volleyball, football, baseball
or whatever," Jefferson said.
As part of the basketball team dedicating their
season to Nelson, all jerseys of the basketball E
players as well as administrators' and coaches'
shirts bear patches with the,initials "AKN" in
remembrance of their beloved former principal.
In addition, Jefferson said the No. 1 jersey was
not given to any player in honor of Nelson.
Jefferson became emotional as he presented
Nelson's widow Cathy and their children with
a plaque that reads,
"We, the Union County Boys Basketball
Program, would like to dedicate the 2010-
2011 basketball season to a man who carried
many titles as he blessed our lives day in and
day out. You were a loving husband, father,
teacher, counselor, mentor and instructor,
but most importantly, you were a true man
of God. For that, we thank you. We thank
you for being who you were every day, never
changing. We pray as you look down from
Heaven on us, that we make you proud for
'the good job that we are doing. So, as the
sun continues to shine brighter, we know that
it's your wonderful smile shining down on us.
With love, the UC boy's basketball team."
Jefferson, who served as the head coach for
Lake Butler Middle School's basketball team
for several seasons, said it was Nelson who
hired him as head basketball coach at UCHS
last season."
He believed in me and gave me a chance. He
was a great man. At his funeral service, God laid
it upon my heart to do this in his honor," Jefferson
said.
- Superintendent Carlton Faulk said that Nelson
was a big fan of the basketbAll team as well as
all other student sports. "You could pretty much
count on seeing him at all the
school's sporting events. His face
is one that is truly missed in the
stands." f
UCHS Assistant Principal
Mike Ripplinger said he had the
pleasure of working with Nelson
for a number of years. He wit-
nessed Nelson's encouragement
of students and student athletes to
always do their best in all aspects i
of life.
"He had a passion for student I ln
academics as well as athletics.
He wanted to see his students E-'lt
succeed in the classroom, on the
field and on the court."
Although a lot of people don't
know it, another thing Nelson al-
ways did was that he often pulled
students off to the side and really ____[
got to know them. "He was genu-
inely interested in them...their
backgrounds, where they lived


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Pictured (standing, I-r) were Coach Michael Ruszowski, Coach Sharon Sirmones, UCHS Assistant Principal Mike Ripplinger, Coach
Sampson Jackson, Coach Rufus Jefferson, Quenton Johnson, Samuel Nelson, Daquin Edwards, Cathy Nelson, Austin Dukes,
Elizabeth Nelson, Bryan Holmes, Shammi Mayweather, Superintendent Carlton Faulk, Nick Klein, Athletic Director Ronny Pruitt, Justin
Long, Garrett Worth, Darius Corbitt, (front, I-r) Prince Alexander, Isaac Johnson, Kliel Jackson, Carl Alexander, D.J. Paige, Geordyn
Green, Trey Collins, Anthony Hendricks, Laris Paige and Princeton Alexander.


LEFT: This
plaque
was
presented
to the
Nelson
family at
the Tigers'
first home
game.


Rufus Jefferson presents Cathy Nelson with a plaque honoring UCHS
former Principal Alex Nelson. Two of the Nelson children, Samuel
Nelson and Elizabeth Nelson, look on. Not pictured is Noah Nelson.


and their needs, serving as a Good Samaritan in so
many ways," Ripplinger said.
Because Nelson took such great pride in the ac-
complishments of all of his students, it's no won-
der the basketball team fully supported Coach Jef-
ferson's idea of dedicating the season to him. Both
the JV and the varsity teams chalked up two wins
in Nelson's name that night against Ft. White. The
JV team won 49-48 and the varsity team won 58-



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team wins 1st in state
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor
The Florida FFA Food Science Career Development
lEent (CDE) was held at the University of Florida in
(...1. 11k on Dec. 4. Food science teams from Union
Count\ High School and Lake Butler Middle School
were among the 35 teams throughout Florida who
competed for a state championship.
The I Inion County High School FFA food science
team won first in state. Team members included Ki-
ersten Da\ ison. Tristyn Stone, Morgan Dukes, Linsey
Clark, Danielle Pate and Tanner LeMay.
In addition, two members of the UCHS food science
team were among the top five highest scoring individu-
als in the competition. LeMay had the highest individ-
ual score in the state (433 points) followed by Claik in
third place with 410 points.
The middle school team placed 11th in the state.
Team members included Samantha Redmond, Noah
Thompson, Malory LeMay and Shiann Hutchison.
The purpose of the FFA Food Science CDE is to test
students' basic knowledge of food science, as well as
their ability to apply this knowledge to practical situ-
ations.
As part of the competition, each team was provided
with a prompt from which they created a marketing
scenario to give a product appeal to its target market.
This included the development of the product, a pack-
aging design, giving oral' presentations and answering
questions from the competition's judges.
Students were also given a customer complaint let-
ter activity. Each team member was given 15 minutes
to find out if the complaint involved food quality or
food safety, then determine the cause and possible so-
lution in a response letter.
Team-members also participated in sensory evalua-
tion activities: aroma identification and triangle tests.
In the aromas test, participants were required to iden-
tify vials of aromas out of a possible 31. choices. In
the triangle test', participants were given three samples,
two of which were alike, and they were asked to iden-
tify the different sample through aroma, visual cues or
textual differences.
The students were also given individual objective
tests, individual practicum in food safety and quality
and sensory evaluation. These written tests determined
each student's understanding of the basic principles of
food science and technology.
The UCHS team will now advance to the national
competition held in Indianapolis in October of 2011.


The state winning food science team from
the Union County High School FFA were
(front row, I-r) Tanner LeMay, Tristyn Stone,
Morgan Dukes, (back, I-r) Linsey Clark,
Danielle Pate and Kiersten Davison.
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Lake Butler Middle School FFA food
science team members competing were
Noah Thompson, Samantha Redmond,
Malory LeMay and Shiann Hutchison.
This is Union County High School's second food sci-
ence state championship, with the first one being earned
in 2007.


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percent.
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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was not a convention, but
the number of law-
enforcement and Department
of Corrections personnel
present at the Pizza Hut in
Starke on Dec. 3 during
lunchtime had restaurant
employees hopping, working
fast and furiously to keep the
food on the buffet coming and
to keep up with take-out
orders.
For Pizza Hut, it was a good
business day, to be sure, but it
was also a good day for the
Starke Police Department's
annual Shop with a Cop
program, which received 15
percent of the day's total sales.
The Dec. 3 fundraiser
amounted to $650 for the
program, which also received
$510 from a similar fundraiser


at Pizza Hut earlier this year.
The Pizza Hut fundraisers
and the generosity of
individuals and buisnesses
have helped the program grow
every year, from 34 kids in the
program's inaugural year in
2006 to 150 for this year's
Dec. 15 event.
Starke Police Capt. Barry
Warren, who organizes the
event, said he can't say enough
about the willingness of the
community- especially
business owners-to give
during tough economic times.
"The businesspeople of
Bradford County have such a
huge heart and have been so
supportive of this community
and this program," Warren
said.
Shop with a Cop is designed
to allow children in need-as
identified by teachers-to have


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$100, children do get to spend
a little more. Warren factors in
an overage every year, saying
that at this year's event, the
average will actually be
$115.22 per child.
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2B Telegraph, Time.; & Monitor B Section Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010


Pastors seek change IsociaFnnouncements


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through prayer,

community services


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
As 2011 approaches, many
people are probably thinking
about New Year's resolutions
and what they want to change
in the coming year-losing
weight, quitting smoking,
spending more time with
family, etc.
Several Bradford County
pastors are looking for change
as well, declaring 2011 as a
year for a countywide revival
to help combat the spiritual
battle they see the county
involved in today.
"When you make a
declaration before the Lord,
that's a serious thing because
He joins you in that," said
Steve Hayes, pastor of First
Christian Church of Starke.
"We really feel like we're
going to see some major
change here in our churches
and how we approach church
in our community."
Hayes is one of eight senior
pastors currently meeting on
the first Thursday of every
month for the sole purpose of
5 praying together to bring about
: change. He is joined by: Ross
Chandler (True Vine
Ministries), Rodney Coe (First
Baptist of Starke), Randall
Griffis (Victory Chapel),
James McKnight (Church of
G God by Faith), Michael Moore
(First United Methodist of
Starke), Greg Pusateri (Grace
SCommunity Fellowship) and
-, Don Thompson (Lawtey
Methodist).
It's qUite an
accomplishment, Hayes said,
for pastors of" different
denominations to get together
Sfor such a purpose.
S"That's a big deal," Hayes
- said, "That's huge. That just
doesn't happen."
Besides the pastors meeting
monthly to pray, "Celebrate
SSunday Night" services will be
held monthly 'and open to all
Members of the community.
The first such service will be
held this Sunday, Dec. 12, at
First Baptist of Starke at 6 p.m.
Thompson will bring the
Z message.
Hayes admitted that he and
Sthe other pastors realize that
the time of year and the fact
that other churches in the area
are hosting Christmas events
will most likely affect the
attendance at the Dec. 12
Service. However, Hayes said
the inaugural community
service will have an impact,
whether 100 attend or 500
attend:
"There's going to be a lot of
power there because we're
going to give people a chance
to-really worship together," he
= said.
The services are a way of
bringing people of different
Denominations and different
Races together. Hayes said he
Thinks the services are going to


break a lot of divides-
including racial ones- and
offer something people are
hungry for.
As a result, the hope is that
community services will help
the county achieve the end
result the pastors are praying
for-revival.
"What's prompted this is the
fact we have not had churches
meeting together for some
time," Hayes said. "We felt a
pressing need for some unity
in this battle we're in."
The first prayer meeting
between pastors took place in
November, with four in
attendance. Hayes admitted he
thought maybe the idea of
meeting and praying together
wouldn't take off, but this
month's meeting doubled in
attendance with the eight
pastors previously mentioned
attending.
"It was very exciting,"
Hayes said of the Dec. 2
meeting. "There was a spirit of
camaraderie. There was spirit
of openness there' I haven't
experienced in a while. There
was a spirit of honesty there
and great power. When we
prayed, there wasn't a dry eye
in there. Everyone was
moved ."
The pastors shared a
common bond in that they
were concerned with what they
had been witnessing taking
place in Bradford County.
They felt this year, especially,
had been a difficult year.
What the pastors say they've
noticed is a "concerted
spiritual attack," that has been
going on for some time.
"We see it in the families-
definitely in the families,"
Hayes said. "We see it in
church attendance. We see it in
court. We see it in divorce. We
see it in health-obesity-and
people's education. All those
things."
What to do about it? Pray.
The pastors meet, for ,,
approximately an hour and a
half. One hour of that time has
been devoted to prayer. The
pastors have stated their goal is
to "reach people for Jesus, to
give them the opportunity for a
new life."
The pastors have also been

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Thursday, Dec. 9, 2010 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 3B


Tigers earn close win over Tornadoes for 2-0 south District 4 mark


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional A -. rts Editor
Anbreyal Stew\\art scored
eight of her game-high 33
points in the fourth quarter to
help the IUnion County girls'
basketball team defeat
Bradford 57-54 on Dec. 3 in
Starke.
Ste\\art also had 13
rebounds for the Tigers (3-1
prior to Dec. 7).
*Union led for most of the
game, but a drive to the basket
by Bradford's Latasha Smith
put the Tornadoes up 48-46
late in the fourth quarter. Two
free thro\\s by Union's Tcyona
Jenkins tied it up, but Chelsea
Jackson had a score
underneath the basket for
Bradford off of an assist from
Lakia Bright.
Shakeyla Griffin evened it
up for the Tigers again when
she scored on a layup, getting
an assist from Jenkins. Bright
made two free throws for
Bradford \with 2:45 remaining,
but that would be the
Tornadoes' last lead.
Stewart tied the score at 52-
all on a drive to the basket.
Jenkins then made a free throw
following a Bradford turnover
to give Union the lead for
good.
The Tornadoes turned the
ball over three times after
Bright's free throws and
missed two shot attempts
underneath the basket in the
final minute.
Quaneshia Edwards made
two free throws with 1:16 left
for what would prove to be the
final score.
Griffin and Jenkins finished
with eight and seven points,


respectively, for Union, while
Bradford got 15 points from
Taquandra Diggs and eight
points from Jackson.
It was Stewa't who got the
Tigers off to a fast start,
outscoring the entire Bradford
team in the first quarter.
Jackson scored off an inbounds
pass to pull the Tornadoes to
within 6-4, but Union would
outscore Bradford 10-6 the rest
of the quarter to go up 16-10.
Stewart had 13 points in the
opening quarter, going 7-for-
of-8 at the foul line, while
Griffin came up with three
steals. __--
The duo of Stewart and
Griffin put the Tigers up by 10
points at the start of the second
quarter as each had a basket,
but Diggs lit it up from
outside, draining long two-
point shots as well as making
two three-pointers to help the
Tornadoes go into the half
down by only two. Her second
three-pointer of the quarter,
following her own steal, pulled
Bradford to within 25-20.
Bradford closed the quarter
with a 9-3 run. Jatoya Slocum
knocked down a jumper and
was fouled on the shot. Her
free throw was no good, but
Jackson grabbed the rebound
and kicked it out to Diggs,
who hit a long jumper to make
the score 28-24. Nicole
Jenkins scored following a
Union turnover to make it a
two-point game:
A steal and subsequent
layup by Diggs made it 29-28
following a free throw by
Union's Edwards. A free
throw by Slocum tied the score
with 1:08 to play, but Stewart


Bradford's Lakia Bright
goes high for a rebound
over Union County's
Lashae Mitchell.


put the Tigers back in the lead
with her fourth basket of the
quarter.
Bradford took the lead at the
start of the second half. Bright
made l-of-2 free throws, with
Jackson rebounding the miss
and putting it back for two,
making the score 32-31 in
favor of Bradford. A basket by
Smith put the Tornadoes up by
three, but two free throws by
Stewart and a basket by
Edwards put the Tigers back in
front.
It was a one-point Union
lead heading into the fourth.
Stewart had two quick scores
to make it a five-point lead
before Jackson and Smith, who
scored four and five points,
respectively, in the fourth
quarter, provided a spark that
helped the Tornadoes keep
things tight until the end.
The Tigers played south
district opponent Keystone
Heights this past Tuesday and
will host Ribault on Friday,
Dec. 10, at 7:30 p.m. following
a junior varsity game at 6 p.m.
On Saturday, Dec. 11, Union
travels to play Madison
County at 3:30 p.m. The junior
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Bradford played Interlachen
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On Monday. Dec. 13. the
Tornadoes host Fleming
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Score by Quarter
UCHS: 16 15 9
BHS: 10 19 10


17-57
15-54


Union (57): Edwards 5, Griffin
8, Jenkins 7, Jones 2, Mitchell
2, Stewart 33. Free throws:
21-35.
Bradford (54): Bright 7, Diggs
15, C. Jackson 8, L. Jackson 2,


Jenkins 2, Portis 6, Slocum 3,
Smith 7, Williams 4. 3-
pointers: Smith, Diggs 2, free
throws: 9-20.
Earlier UCHS result:
UCHS 47 Baker Co. 38
Stewart scored 29 points as
the Tigers defeated north
district opponent Baker
County 47-38 on Dec. 2 in
Glen. St. Mary.
Jenkins had eight rebound
and five assists for the Tigers,
who outscored the Wildcats
29-13 in the first half.


Score by Quarter
UCHS: 15 14 9
BCHS: 3 10 14


9-47
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Union (47): Edwards 1, Griffin
5, Jenkins 7, Jones 3, Mitchell
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I Telegraph, Times & Monitor .Thursday, Dec. 9,2010 Page 4B



Letters to the Editor

BHS graduation We have taken one very big served at their individual levels
step in that direction this year and again, our goal and o'ur
rate-focusing on with the introduction of our commitment is to graduate these
ninth grade "Success 101" students even if it takes more
the good, build- course. This course is designed than four years to meet the re-
g for the fu r ith the primary focus aimed at quirements. As you can see
ing for the future building capacity in our students there are many factors affecting
Dear Editor: beginning in ninth grade to fully this rate that are not directly
Recently the Bradford Tele- appreciate and understand the under the control of the school.
graph printed a front-page story need for planning a four-year The solution lies in the hands of
en the decline in Bradford High course of high school comple- the community as a whole.
School's graduation rate. I cer- tion in preparation for higher Other critical factors impact if
tainly do not dispute the facts of education or entry into the a child remains in school. The
the article but I feel it is criti- workforce. We are seeing great safety and security of the school
cally important to our commu- results and are-confident that environment are huge. A sense
nity, our staff, and our students this program, over time, will of belonging and fairness cer-
to provide some greater depth to benefit our graduation rate for tainly impacts a student'svalue
the story. I have been honest students graduating on time. of their educational experience.
since my arrival at Bradford There is some extended data A feeling of worth and knowing
High School that we have many that is contained in the state re- that the staff and administration
opportunities for improvement port that is significant when care for each and every student
our graduation rate is certainly looking at Bradford County's as an individual makes being a
one of those areas. status in comparison to other part of the school more mean-
High school grading and ac- counties. Our decline of 8.5 per- ingful. I believe we have come a
countability have been an ex- centage points on the NGA long way in a short time at Brad-
tremely fluid process over the, graduation rate, although unac- ford High School to build that
past few years. Our legislature ceptable to us, was not the larg- kind of culture and school envi-
has continually failed to adopt est decline in the state. Baker ronment. Gulf County had the
and maintain a consistent County declined 9.4% from highest graduation rate in the
method for both calculating pro- 2008-2009. Six counties in the state 95.5% and that's not
gress and determining school state had lower NGA graduation acceptable to us at Bradford
grades. Just about the time rates than Bradford and 13 coun- .High School nothing short of
schools begin to make progress, ties in the state had declines in all 100% graduating is accept-
the rules change and the media their rate from the previous year. able. We will continue to work
loves to report the deotfi and Our NGA graduation rate for hard and strive for that mark.
gloom. Our legislature has failed our black students was 64.2%. Doug Thoburn, Principal
to adequately fund education Statewide, 19 counties failed to Bradford High School
and, in fact, funding has been achieve at that rate. Bradford's
continually reduced, while ex- rate exceed that of Alachua,
pectations have continually in- Baker, Citrus, Dade, Desoto, Thank you for a
creased. It does not take highly Dixie, Duval, Gadsden, Gil- great celebration
educated people to see the non- christ, Hamilton, Hardee, gl celebration
sense in that sequence of events Holmes, Jefferson, Lafayette, Dear Editor:
yet our lawmakers fail to see Leon,' Liberty, Okeechobee, Thanks to you and your staff
it. Pinellas, and Suwannee coun- for a very well written an-
A few important facts about ties. And in the No Child Left nouncement for our dad's, Bill
the graduation rate that are es- Behind (NCLB) graduation cal- Scoggins', 90 years of life cele-
sential to know: 1) The Na- culation, Bradford County's rate bration. Attendance was in-
tional Governors- Association exceeded that of 25 other coun- creased because of it I am sure.
(NGA) graduation' rate only ties and was within three points A big thank you also must be
tracks "on time" graduation of of the state average for gradua- given to our caterer, Harry
students. On time graduates are tion of black students. Hatcher of the Western Steer
those that-enter ninth grade and 'Many other factors affect a and his professional staff. Harry
graduate four years later. We are school's graduation rate. Stu- provided very valuable guid-
committed to seeing all students dents that move out of the dis- ance.
graduate at Bradford High trict and reenroll in schools that Thank you to the many family
School. Some students may need for whatever reason do not re- and friends who took the time to
an extra year to satisfy all the quest official transcripts are attend. A good time was had by
credit, GPA, and/or testing re- counted as dropouts. Without a all. Those who had a schedule
quirements mandated by the formal request we do not have conflict, we hope to see you in,
state of Florida to fulfUlgadu awedge--of~-the renrltment' -10 years.!-:: .
tion requirements These .-sLtr and cannoic'ode that student as A special thank to Amqric:in
dents still graduate with-T Tilf" 'aten'dig' else T here. Tl~e eco-:"'Legion Post 56 tor the use of
diploma, albeit they may gradu- nomic situation has impacted their building. We would also
ate a year behind their original our dropout rate to some extent like to salute the men and
entering ninth grade class. Un- with students choosing to leave women of Post 56 for the sacri-
fortunately the calculation proc- school for employment options fices you have made to protect
'ess views these "successful" that they feel most immediately our freedoms and liberties. We
students the same way it views serve their family's needs. The can also not forget the many
dropouts. I can assure you that I high rate of teen pregnancy adds contributions'you have made to
am just as proud of a BHS to our dropout rate. Bradford our community through the
graduate who takes an additional County has one of the highest years. I know I was a direct
year to graduate as I am one that rates of Exceptional Student beneficiary.. :
graduates on time in the end Education (ESE) in the state. Susan Scof$ins Williams and
we have done our job to edu- Special needs students are William B. Scoggins Jr.
cate and graduate the student!
2) Students that move to adult
education or complete a General -
Education Development (GED)
diploma, and are successful in' G Od Shepherd
completing this "alternative" Lutheran Church (LCMS)
path to success are treated the .L theChurch
same as dropouts in reporting Children's Church 10 a.m.
the data. e Sunday School 9 a.m. Worship Service at 10 a.m.
3) The State of Florida sane- 4900 NW 182nd Way Starke
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of age. Many students are ill- (Entrance to Conerly Estates on S.R. 16)
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impacting decision at this age oh R. Buchheimer, Pastor
but our state has allowed these
children to decide to quit school. Everyone Welcome!
Dropping out has been made __
much too easy by our lawmakers
and yet the schools not the AL Y U- EAT
lawmakers are publicly held to ALL-Y OU-CAN-EA
account for the dropout rate. If
the legislature really had con- CHICKEN W INGS
cerns about the dropout rate they
would make laws that made TEesdays $1 29
dropping out more difficult. The
government speaks of No Child _
Left Behind yet they act in PluS Dick's Brew 2 for $1.00
ways that are designed to leave
children behind. i .
None of this is intended to Dail Lunch
lessen the responsibility that we .
have at BHS to keep our kids in p a Starting
school and lead them towards a 4,
success and timely graduation. $ 4
We have a lot of work to do in
building capacity in our students (904) 368"8158
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Letters to the Editor


Thanks from
Operation
Christmas Child
Dear Editor:
An unbelievable number of
Operation Christmas Child
shoeboxes from the Lake Area
Region were packed with love in
our struggling economy for im-
poverished boys and girls living
in desperate conditions around
the world: 3,186 shoeboxes!
This is an incredible 24% in-
crease from last year of 624
shoeboxes! These shoeboxes,
filled with fun small toys, much
appreciated school supplies, and
needed hygiene items, are now
en route to poor children in the
countries of Haiti, Iraq,.Tajiki-
stan, and the-African countries
.of-Benifi, Gabon, Ghana, Mada-
gascar, Mali, Namibia, and Togo
from the Atlanta Processing
Center by Samaritan's Purse.
Thank you to each and every
person who packed a shoebox or
promoted this ministry of com-
passion for poor children. This
was the fourth year. that I -have
had the privilege of serving as
the Keystone Heights Relay
Center coordinator at Trinity
Baptist Church. Early on the
first Monday of National Collec-
tion Week, four churches arrived
simultaneously with exactly 800
shoeboxes! What a wonderful
problem it was to find tables on
which to put all of these pre-
cious gifts!
Our community has outdone
itself in giving with an amazing


out a shadow of a doubt, it was
the 32 churches, five civic orga-
nizations, five schools, and five
families that together sacrifi-
cially packed 3,186 shoeboxes
who deserve recognition. Pas-
sionate donors, you did a stu-
pendousjob!
I was able to volunteer over
Thanksgiving weekend with my
family at the Atlanta Processing
Center. A record number of
250,000 shoeboxes were being
inspected to send to Haiti, a
country of unimaginable needs
at this time, while we were
there. We believe that our shoe-
boxes were in this extraordinary
number headed for Haiti.
I have traveled twice to serve
as a nurse in Haiti since the dev-
astating earthquake, and as an
eye witness, I can say that the
Haitian children will experience
much joy and hope in the midst
of their difficulties when they
open up their beautiful shoe
boxes from our community.
Thank you- again Lake Area
Region for your compassionate
giving through the simple gifts
of shoeboxes. Pray for the chil-
dren who will receive our shoe-
boxes. We have made a differ-
ence in our world. The Lord is
pleased with our giving so many
shoeboxes. See you again next
year during shoebox season!
Enjoy your 2010 Christmas Sea-
son.
Diane Michel
Keystone Heights Relay
Center Coordinator
Operation Christmas Child


Christmas spirit. Everyone in A rnm n
Keystone Heights knows by
now that OCC stands for Opera- for the people?
tion Christmas Child. Accolades
go to so many different people Dear Editor:
and organizations. Stores and For quite a while now, I have
restaurants advertised with post- wondered what is going on with
ers. The Lake Region Monitor our government. We are sup-
encourages participation each posed to be a government of the
year with articles and photos. people, by the people and for the
Beall's Outlet stores donated people.
untold numbers of empty shoe- What I see going on lately is
boxes to wrap and fill. This more of a government of the
year, Hedrick's Hair Salon, Mal- government, by the government
lard's Dollarama, and Johnny's and for the government. This
Bar-B-Q provided decorative needs to change!
OCC shoe boxes to fill. Our representatives have no
Once again, McDonald's do- term limits and can vote in their
nated hundreds of Happy Meal own pay raises. They can vote
toys as fillers. The Salvation themselves lavish retirement
Army donated 200 stuffed lady. plans. They vote to make them-
bugs and transformable teddy selves look better so can stay in
bears, 200 wooden cars, and a position of power.
i-1hera..r~ .dl ^-*r4,'m,+ .Uitt lh --.A noi -kle~tiKn ha' gone by
shlrebl to, A' cn'w-ai dwir I .md-.e'hae seen amendments
'g,,e''2 ti"WiT41 erfibll' "'1,rf -"ot d on 'Thuit no herre is there a
Awana kids to add to their shoe- vote on term limits. I know most
boxes. Johnny's Bar-B-Q adver- Americans want term limits.
tised Trinity Baptist Church as Why is this not on the ballot?
the Relay Center for shoebox How about tax overhaul? There
drop off;on its marquis. Friend- is a large group that wants the
ship Bible Church encouraged fair tax plan to replace our tax
everyone to pray for OCC on system. No word from our gov-
their church sign. Bryan's Ace ernment, they bury what doesn't
Hardware helped transport 175 work for them.
heavy cartons of shoeboxes to Now we have new laws being
the Gainesville Collection Cen- voted in. A healthcare system
ter. Forty volunteers helped to that nobody knows anything
collect, count and cartonize all about. How much will it cost us?
of the shoeboxes at the Relay This is a great thing to have
Center during eight days. With- when we are already in such


questionable economic times.-
Because of this healthcare bill,
small businesses are not hiring.
and they are very apprehensive
about the future.
How about the new bill that
won't let you sell vegetables-
from your garden? Let's make.
all our local farmers criminals"
for making a living at the farm-"
ers markets. Whose great idea iS:
this? I wonder who thinks this'is"
a good idea? Maybe people who'
live in a big city and have all:
their goods delivered to them. -: :
I heard last night that part of:
President Obama's deficit reduc-.
tion act would be to double the.
tax on gas. And we are already'
in a recession! What is he think-
ing? This probably comes from
people that think that driving is
a luxury. Yes, there are people
out there that believe that. All.
know is this will really hurt the
little guys. Think of the comr,,
muters trying to make a decent,
living for their families. Already:
in a crunch and now this added
cost. How about your pest con-,
trol guys, carpet cleaners,'
handyman services, appliances'
repair, A/C repair? These peop! '
drive a 100,000 miles a year to
do their job. But I guess if you'
live in New York or Washington
D.C. and sit in an office all day-
and don't need to drive then this-.
is easy to vote on. ,
Maybe we need to have a
vote, let's vote to lower our rep7,
resentatives' pay to what an
average soldier makes, Thiat
would be from $800,000 a year'
plus expenses to around $30,000:
a year. Make them drive their:'
own cars and pay for their owft
gas. Take away the 100 percent
retirement plan they currently
enjoy and let them get the an-
nual Social Security statement.
we get that shows that you will,
probably be working for the rest
of your life. After taking away,
their sweet life maybe they
would be a little more in tune
with what most of America'is'
going through.
I love'America, let's take it
back from the politicians.
Brian Willis
Keystone Heights



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P-IS wrestlers

Sweep home

meet, place

third at tourney
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Rftgional News/Sports Editor
'Chris Adams, who coaches
tli' Bradford wrestling team
w\\ii Dana Arthur, had plenty
of; reason to be excited after
\N'watching the team's
performance in a five-team
niv't in Starke on Dec. I. but
the excitement did not end
(tlere, as the Tornadoes went to
a '.tournament at' Columbia
h t i School on Dec. 4 and
pl:aed third among 12 teams
spite being the smallest
school participating.
,Ke\ in \Vright won the
championship in the 119-
poIxnd class at the Columbia
tournament, which had only
oit (Class IA school in the
filCd-- Bradford.
"i'm extremely proud of
thni," Adams said. "We are in
tlhe,' makings of a state-
clipmpionship team,"
,pre\\ Reddish (145 class)
\\ts another standout in the
tournament, going 3-2. He
w\ont into overtime with a
wrestler who was a state
runner-up last year.
"The performance came on
tihL heels of a five-team duals
tournament the Tornadoes
hosted. Bradford swept the
firld, defeating Baker County
6W,12, Buchholz 48-30,
Palatka 60-18 and Gainesville
2fh,24.
/Adams said defeating such
strong programs as Buchholz
ahd Gainesville was quite an
accomplishment.
'"The team wrestled with
hb6rt," he said. "They showed
fr,


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a lot of heart, courage and
dedication."
Reddish, Wright, Cody
Hankerson (160) and Philip
James (189) all went
undefeated. Hankerson, James
and Reddish pinned all four of
the opponents they each faced.
l)evin Paulk (152) went 3-1,
"but he looked amazing,"
Adams said. "He is
championship quality."
First- ear wrestler Ethan
Nguyen (103) and Jared
Forsyth (135) each went 3-1 as
well. All of their wins came by
pins.
Bradford wrestled West
Nassau this past Tuesday and
will compete in what Adams
described as "the toughest
tournament in the state" at St.
Augustine High School on
Saturday. Dec. 12, at 10 a.m.
Bradford will be the only IA
school at the tournament.
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, the
Tornadoes host Baker County
at 6 p.m.


Tornadoes
defeat Forrest
by 15 in
Jacksonville
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Darrin Blye and Yakeem
Griner had big first-half
performances for the Bradford
boys' basketball team, which
traveled to Jacksonville on
Nov. 30 and defeated Forrest
57-42.
Blye had 10 of his team-high
16 points in the first half as the
Tornadoes (2-1 prior to Dec. 7)
built a 38-25 lead. It was 17-8
in Bradford's favor after the
first quarter, and Griner helped
the Tornadoes stay in front by
scoring 10 of the team's 21
second-quarter points.


Griner, who was 4-of-5 from
the foul line, finished with 14
points, while Justin McBride
finished with nine points.
As a team, Bradford was 12-
of-18 from the foul line.
Tramaine Harris, who had six
points, made all four of his
free-throw attempts.
The Tornadoes played south
District 4-3A opponent
Interlachen this past Tuesday
and will travel to play south
district opponent .Keystone
Heights on Thursday, Dec. 9 at
7:30 p.m. following a junior
varsity game at 6 p.m.
Bradford's game against
Tallahassee Rickards, which
was scheduled for Saturday,
Dec. I1, has been cancelled. It
may be rescheduled. If so, the
new date and time will be
published in the Telegraph-
Times-Monitor.
Score by Quarter


BHS: 17 21 8
FHS: 8 17 9


11-57
8-42


Bradford (57): Blye 16, Burch
3, Covington 2, Griner 14,
Harris 6, Johnson 1, McBride
9, Walton 6. 3-pointers: Burch.
Free throws: 12-18.

Keystone boys

lose district

opener to Rams
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Visiting Interlachen
outscored the Keystone
Heights boys' basketball team
23-15 in the second half to
come from behind and hand
the Indians a 42-39 south
District 4-3A loss on Dec. 2.
Dalton Campbell scored 19
points for the Indians, who
were coming off of a 48-41
win over Newberry.
Keystone (1-2 prior to Dec.
7) opened the season with a


58-44 loss to Clay on Nov. 30.
The Indians played south
district opponent Union
County this past Tuesday and
will host south district
opponent Bradford on
Thursday, Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m.
following a junior varsityy
game at 6 p.m. On Tuesday,
Dec. 14, Keystone travels to
play south district opponent
Crescent City at 7 p.m. Junior
varsity teams will play at 5:30
p.m.


Score by Quarter
IHS: 6 13 15
KHHS: 11 13 6


8-42
9-39


Keystone (39): Campbell 19,
Jones 4, Julius 5, Latner 7,
Thomas 4. Free throws: 4-14.


Union boys win
third straight
after season-
opening loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Quinton Johnson returned to
the Union County boys'
basketball team in a big way,
scoring 29 points in a 77-55
win over north District 4-3A
opponent Baker County on
SDec. 3 in Glen St. Mary.
Johnson sat out the team's
previous game due to
disciplinary reasons, but his
effort in Glen StI Mary helped
the Tigers improve to 3-1 on
the season.
Union, which outscored
Baker 50-18 in the second and
third quarters, had four players
in all reach double figures in
scoring. Darius Corbitt had 14
points, while Isaac Johnson
and Shammi Maeweather each
had 12.
The Tigers opened the
season with a loss to Bradford,
but bounced back with wins
over Baldwin and Fort White.
Quinton Johnson did not play


in the Dec. 2 game against Fort
White, but Union won 58-54
following a special dedication
to former Union County High
School Principal Alex Nelson,
who died earlier th;s year.
Union played fellow south
district opponent Keystone
Heights this past Tuesday and
will travel to Live Oak to take
on Suwannee on Thursday!
Dec. 9, at 7:30 p.m. following
a junior varsity game, at 6 p.m.
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, the
Tigers travel to play south
district opponent Interlachen at


7:30 p.m. The junior varsity
boys will play at 4:30 p.m.,
while the varsity girls will play
at 6 p.m.
Score by Quarter
UCHS: 10 28 22 17-'77
BCHS: 14 9 9 23-55
Union (77): Alexander 2,
Corbitt 14, Edwards 5, I.
Johnson 12, Q. Johnson 29,
Maewether 12, Paige 3. 3-
pointers: I. Johnson,
Maewether, Paige, Q. Johnson
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Crime & Punishment


Tallahassee
man arrested
for drug
possession

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Editor
At 12:18 a.m. on Dec. 4,
U'CSO Deputy Ken Smith
observed a 2009 gray
Chevrolet sedan traveling at 84
mph in a 60 mph zone on S.R.
100.
SWhen the vehicle pulled
over to the side of the road for
a traffic stop, the deputy said
he observed the driver and
passenger switch seats.
As Smith approached the
vehicle, he said he also
detected a strong odor of
marijuana. The man in the
passenger seat was later
identified as Bravia Miko Paul,
34, of Tallahassee.
The deputy told the female
driver and Paul that he had
witnessed them switch seats.
Paul allegedly admitted he
knew his license was
suspended.
A search of Paul revealed a
small plastic bag of marijuana
in his front pants pocket.
Located in the back seat of the
vehicle near a one-year-old
child was a brown leather
backpack. Inside it, Smith
found two" plastic Ziploc bags
containing 66.5 grams of a
green leafy substance that
field-tested positive for
marijuana. Also found was a
marijuana grinder.
Already on drug offender
probation for charges
stemming from numerous
Leon County convictions, Paul
was charged with, speeding,
habitual driving while his
license was suspended and
possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana.

Gainesville man
arrested after
fleeing from -
UCSO deputy

BY TERESA STONE
IRWIN
Times Editor
"Just after midnight on Nov.
27, while on patrol in
Worthington Springs, Union
County Sheriffs Office
Deputy John Whitehead
spotted a white Pontiac sedan
traveling 20 mph over the
posted speed limit of 35 mph.
rAs the vehicle turned onto
Southwest .37th Trail,
Whitehead said he activated
his emergency lights signaling
the vehicle to stop by the First
Methodist Memorial Church.
Whitehead stated that the
vehicle began to slow, then
rapidly accelerated, failing to
stop at posted stop signs and
continuing to make evasive
turns, ignoring Whitehead's
lights and siren.
'The vehicle finally stopped
on Southwest 36' Way and the
driver was apprehended.
The driver, Jonanthan Lamar
Rawls, 26, of Gainesville was
found to be driving with a
st.spended license. Whitehead
searched Rawls and the vehicle
arid found an open can of
Natural Light beer on the
ddver's side door and a loaded
pistol under the seat. The.pistol
was determined to be a
Crossman Co2 pellet gun. Also
found was a Crown Royal bag
allegedly containing 22 small
buggies of a green, leafy
substance that was packaged
fo1- sale and field-tested
p sitive for marijuana.

fRawls was cited for
speeding and. failure to stop at
a posted stop sign. He was also
charged with fleeing and
eluding, driving while his
license was suspended,
possession of a weapon by a
convicted felon, possession of
ar, open container and
pQssession of. marijuana with
the intent to sell within 1,000


fect of a church.

Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay.or Union
The following individuals
~W~r arrested recently by local
ii4j enforcement officers in
~rldford, Union or Clay


(Keystone Heights
counties:


area) time.


Leighann Helen Baker, 20,
of Starke was Arrested Dec. I
by Bradford County Sheriff's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
fraud-writing an insufficient
funds check, unarmed burglary
of a dwelling and larceny.
Total bond was set at $55,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Timothy Delancie Bass, 26,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 4
by Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for larceny and
burglary of a dwelling. Bond
was set at $20,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
William Cole Belote, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 2 by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and
possession of narcotic
equipment. He was released on
Dec. 3.
Brian Keith Blackshear, 36,
of Melrose was arrested Dec. 2
by BCSO deputies for
possession of cocaine and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$17,500 and he was released
on bond Dec. 3.
Daniel Lee Brown, 21, of
Sanderson was booked into the
Bradford County Jail Dec. 1 on
an out-of-county warrant. He
was released Dec. 2.
Rodney Paul Christie, 62, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 29
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
county warrant. He was
released on Nov. 30.
Kayla B. Crozer, 20, of Bell
was arrested Dec. 2 by BCSO
deputies for vehicle theft.
Bond was set at $5,000 and
she remained in jail as of press
time.
Jesse Michael DeRoberts,
21, of Boca Raton was arrested
Dec. 2 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. He was
-being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press


Stevie DeSue, 21, of Starke
was arrested Nov. 30 by SPD
officers for disorderly conduct.
Bond was set at $1,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Kevin Andrew Donley, 33,
of Melrose was arrested Dec. 2
by BCSO deputies for failure
to register as a sex offender,
resisting an officer without
violence and two counts of
failure to appear in court for
original misdemeanor charges.
Willie Fulton, 50, an inmate
from Union Correctional
Insitution, was charged Dec. 6
by BCSO deputies for lewd or
lascivious acts in the presence
of DOC employees. He was
returned to DOC custody.
lacquara Octavia George,
21, of Lawtey was arrested
Nov. 30 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she was released
on bond Dec. 1.

Kendle Grooms, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 2 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies on an warrant for petit
theft.
Stephen Hoopes, 54, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 4 by CCSO deputies for
DUI.
Keith M. Jones, 46, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 2 by
SPD officers for reckless
driving, possession of cocaine
and fleeing/attempting to elude
an officer with lights and siren
activated. Bond was set at
$26,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Tammy Judge, 33, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 6 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for domestic battery.
Amber Nicole Lawson, 20,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 1
by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was being held on no bond and
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41, and Kerri Foster Leach, 37,
both of Brooker were arrested
Dec. 1 by BCSO deputies for
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for each was set at $15,000
and both were released on
bond Dec. 2.
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25, of Moultrie, Ga., was
arrested Dec. 1 by SPD
officers for possession of less
than 20 grams of marijuana,
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription -and drug
trafficking. Bond was set at
$31,000 and he was released
on bond Dec. 2.
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Gainesville was arrested Dec.
2 and booked into the Bradford
County Jail on an out-of-
co-unty warrant. She was
released on Dec. 3.
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Keystone Heights was arrested
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petit theft.
Steven Nugent, 27, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
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a warrant for failure to appear
in court.
David Weldon Proctor,. 46,
of Starke was arrested Nov. 30
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Bruce D. Richardson, 20, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
5 by Florida Highway Patrol
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with no valid driver's license
and on an out-of-county
warrant. Bond was set at
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Rachelle Leigh Rooks, 27,
of High Springs was arrested
Dec. 2 by BCSO deputies for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. She
was released on Dec. 3.
Carl Ashley Rowe, 28, of
Hampton was arrested Dec. 3
by BCSO deputies for larceny
and dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
time.
Steven Shaw, 37, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 4 by CCSO deputies for
domestic battery.
Michael Tillman Spivey, 32,
of Macclenny was arrested
Dec. 2 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
driving while license is
permanently revoked. Bond
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deputies for burglary 'of a'
dwelling. Bond was set at',.
$15,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Stephanie Elaine Starling,:
39, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 3 by Lawtey Police
Department (LPD) officers for
disorderly intoxication. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she:,
remained in jail as of press'
time.
SJohn Henry Thornton, 29, of
Starke was arrested Nov. 29 by
BCSO deputies for larceny.
Bond was set at $20,000 and
he was released on bond Nov.
29. :
Keri Whiteneck, 23, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 6 by CCSO deputies for:
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Bobby Ihan Williams, 32, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 5 by'
BCSO deputies for criminal
mischief with property damage
and contempt of court-
violation of an injunction for
protection frqm domestic .
violence. Bond was set at'
$11,000 and he was released
on bond Dec. 6.
Joshua Williams, 26, of '
Keystone Heights was arrested
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Obituaries


Claudette Brown
LOUISIANA Claudette
Deborah Thomas Brown, 55, of
Gretna, La., formerly of Lake
Butler, died on Wednesday, Dec.
I, 2010, at Oschner Hospital. She.
was born in Jacksonville, living
most of her life in Lake Butler.
She lived in Gretna for the past
four years.
Mrs. Brown was a secretary for
Chilton Construction Company
before ill health forced her
retirement. She.'was preceded in
depth by her father, Robert
Thomas. She was a member of the
First Christian Church of Lake
Butler.
She is survived by: her
husband, Adro Johnny Brown; her
daughters, Kristy Manning of
Lake Butler and Louann Well of
Lawtey; sons, Russell Akins of
Lake Butler, Eugene Moppert of
Lawtey, Jonathan Brown of Starke
and Stephen Brown of
Gainesville.
Funeral services were held on
Dec. 7, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
Burial followed in Hope
Cemetery. Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Frances Buhi
GAINESVILLE Frances
Pickering Buhi, 57, of Gainesville,
formerly of Lake Butler, died
suddenly from being struck by an
automobile in Gainesville on Dec.
4, 2010. She was born in
Jacksonville, and lived most of her
life in Gainesville. She was the
daughter of the late Frances M.
Pickering and Corine E. Wright
Picketing of Lake Butler.
Mrs. Buhi was a chef, working
in the restaurant business. She is a
member of the ladies auxiliary at
the VA Hospital and the VFW Pi
Epsilon Sorority. She was
preceded in death by a son,
Michael Buhi.
She is survived by: a son,
Daniel Buhi of Gainesville; two
brothers, William Rodney Spillane
of Homestead and Harold Robert
Spillane of Archer; and one
Granddaughter.
Funeral services will be held on
Friday, Dec. 10, at 11 a.m. in the
Chapel of Archer Funeral Home in
Lake Butler with the. Rev. Glen
Webber officiating. Burial will
follow in Sapp Cemetery in
Raiford. There will be a visitation
at 10 a.m. for one hour before the
services. Archer Funeral Home of
Lake Butler is in charge of
arrangements.

Floyd Ferres
LAKE BUTLER-Floyd Ferres,
62, of Lake Butler, died Saturday,.,
Dec. 4, 2010, at home after a brief
illness. He was born in Brooker,
living most of his life in Lake
Butler. He was an auto mechanic.
He was the son of the late Willis
Grimes and Thelma Green
Grimes.
He is survived by: his wife of
40 years, Yvonne Seay -Ferres;
three daughters, Arletha Spencer
and Mary Settles, both of Lake
Butler, and Tina Wilson of
Jacksonville; a son, Steven Rollins
of Lake Butler; 19 grandchildren
and nine great-grandchildren.
:Funeral services were held on
Dec. 8, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home in Lake Butler with
the Rev. Terry Elixson officiating.
Burial followed in Ft. Call
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home.
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Ray McMillan

Ray McMillan
WALDO-Ray McMillan, 67, of
Waldo, died Wednesday, Nov. 24,
2010, at Haven Hospice E.T. York
Care Center following a brief
illness. He w'as born in Ocilla,
Ga., on April 7, 1943, to the late
Oliver and Mamie McSwain
McMillan and has been a resident
of Waldo since 1979.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of
the Vietnam War, and was an
active member of St. Edward
Catholic Church in Starke. He
retired from Clarant Chemical
Company of Gainesville in
February of 2009.
Mr. McMillan is survived by:
his wife of 32 years, Sharen
Brewer McMillan of Waldo; a
daughter, Amber Tanner of
Valdosta, Ga.; his stepfather, Bud
Amsler of Waldo; a stepson,
Kenith J. Brewer of Lawtey;
siblings, Loyd (Marion) Bryan of
Lawtey, Mike (Chris) Bryan of
Keystone Heights, Cathy (Larry)
Taylor of Marianna, Donald
(Sheila) Jackson of Raiford, Cindy
Bryan (Allan) Wilkinson of Clay
Hill, Timmy (Sharon) Bryan of
Starke, and John Bryan of Starke;
and four grandchildren.
Memorial services were held on
Nov. 29, in St. Edward Catholic
Church with Father Conrad
Cowart officiating. In lieu of
flowers, contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 4200
NW 90"' Blvd., Gainesville, FL
32606. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.


Joyce Norman
RAIFORD-Joyce Cason
Norman, 80, a" lifelong resident of
Raiford, died Monday, Dec. 6,
2010, at her home surrounded by
family. She was the daughter of
,te,,late .Joseph Caonn and Alice
Dowling Cason. I.. ... a school


teacher with the Union County
School Board for 43 years. She
was selected teacher of the year in
1979 and 1986, and Was a member
of Delta Kappaes Gamma,
Chapter 40 of Order of the Eastern
Star Lake Butler and Fellowship
Baptist. She was also an original
member of the Raiford Town
Council.
Mrs. Norman was preceded in
death by: her husband, Joseph H.
Norman; a sister, Blanch Johnsoni;
and brothers, Raymond Bryan and
Joseph Bryan. She is survived by:
a daughter, Jan Norman of
Raiford; sons, Joey Norman of
Raiford and Jimmy Norman of
Gainesville; brothers, Jack Cason
of Lake Butler and Robert Lee
Cason of Raiford; eight
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Dec. 9, at 2 p.m. in the
Fellowship Baptist Church in
Raiford with the Rev. Harold
Hudson officiating. Burial will
follow in Sapp Cemetery under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler. Family will
receive friends at the funeral home
on Wednesday, Dec. 8, from 6-8
p.m.

Royce Oglesby
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-Royce
Riley Oglesby, 62, of Keystone
Heights, died Wednesday, Dec. 1,
2010, at Roberts Care Center in
Palatka. Mr. Oglesby was born in
Jacksonville on .an. 30, 1948, to
the late Jessie and Altie Boyd
Oglesby and was a graduate of
Baldwin High School. Prior to his
retirement, he was a supervisor for
CSX Railroad for many years.
Mr. Oglesby had attended
Eliam Baptist Church, he enjoyed
fishing and traveling, and was a
talented musicianand artist. In his
spare time, he was also a general
contractor.
Mr. Oglesby was preceded in
death by his brothers, David and
Jerome. His survivors are: his wife
of 40 years, Brenda Oglesby;
daughters, Lisa (Patrick) Murray.
and Sonya (Tom) Hoffman;
grandchildren, Matthew Riley
Hoffman and Carmel Amanda
Murray, all of Keystone Heights;
siblings, Alta Mac Mattox and
Effie Lee Oglesby, both of
Middleburg, and Daniel Oglesby
of Jacksonville; and many nieces
and nephews.
Funeral services were held at
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
chapel on Dec. 3, at 7 p.m. In lieu
of flowers, contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
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Gainesville after an extended
illness. He was born in
Providence, living the last 23
years in Brooker. He was the son
of the late Stanton F. O'Steen and
Rivy Fralick O'Steen. He retired
from the University of Florida in
1992, where he was a supervisor
of the plant division. He was a
member of the Providence Village
Baptist Church, and was a Navy
veteran of the Korean Conflict.
Mr. O'Steen was preceded in
death by a brother, Kenneth, and
two sisters, Elaine and Thelma. He
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(Gwen) O'Steen of Lake City; a
sister, Glenda Fayc O'Steen
(John) Chasteen of Lakeland; 10
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Dec. 5, in the chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler with
the Rev. Lowell O'Steen
officiating. Burial followed in Old
Providence Cemetery under the
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Leona Saucer
STARKKl-Leona Gornto
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Hospice following a battle with
cancer. She was born in Putnam
Hall on Oct. 3, 1936, to the late
Ted and Essie Thagard Gornto.
She was a graduate of Melrose
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She was a member of the First
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Saucer of Maxville; two
daughters, Janice Baldwin of
Starke and Jane (Marty) Green of
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Chapel with the Rev. Gary
Hardesty and Pastor Greg Pusateri
officiating. Burial followed at
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
Arrangements are under the care
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MELROSE-Victor "Lamar"
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home on Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010.
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Nov. 1, 1950, and had received his
bachelor's degree in education
from the University of Florida.
Prior to his retirement, he wvas a
realtor for Century 21 in Keystone
Heights and AM' Track in
Jacksonville.
Mr. Smith was preceded in
death by his father, Tommie
Lamar Smith. His survivors
include: his mother, Nelda Harris
of Melrose; a sister, Nelda
(Dennis) Hoffmeyer of Keystone
Heights; a brother, Michael (Lisa)
Smith of Jacksonville; two
nephews and a grandniece. ..
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Keystone Community Church
with the Rev. Buddy Kalen
officiating. Burial will be held at a
later date. Arrangements are under
the care of Jones-Gallagher
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Heights.

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HAWTHORNE-Norma Elene
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on Nov. 13, 1930, in Kant,
England. Prior to her retirement,
she was an x-ray technician. She is
survived by her son, Neal Turner
of Hawthorne, and three
grandchildren.
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Those who
turned out for
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Hut to help
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"When I brief these officers.
I tell them it's $100 per child.
but I'd rather c\ cry one of you
,o over a little bit than to short
tlemn a penn ." Warren said.
Three years ago, there were
two children who were
escorted b\ a teacher. One had
picked out such gifts as a
remote-controlled car and
bicycle, while the other had a
shopping cart full of clothes
that reached the $100 total.
Warren asked the child if he
wanted to get something like a
bicycle instead of so many
clothes.
"He said, 'No, sir. I need
clothes.' He didn't say it sad,"
Warren said. "He didn't say it
as if he was ashamed of the
fact he needed clothes. He said
it like he was proud he had the.
opportunity to get clothes."
SThe teacher, with tears in her
eyes, confided to Warren that
what the child \\as wearing
that day was what he wore
almost every day.
."He got his $100 worth of
clothes," Warren said, "but I
didn't want that basic need to
override his opportunity to
have a real gift. I -went over
that $100 limit for him and got
him a bike."
Warren said the program is
designed for needy children,
but the need doesn't have to be
financial. It can be emotional
or psychological, he said,
citing the example of a child
with a sick mother who does
net receive' the normal
nurturing and attention from a,
parent that other children do,
yet who still goes to school
every day and doing what is
asked of him or her in the
classroom.
: That kind of child should not
go unrewarded, said Warren,
who talked of just such a child
w'ho participated in last year's
eyent. The child had a mother
who was being treated for
cancer and who died the day
after he was selected to
participate in Shop with a Cop.


Warren lost his father last
year, so the child's situation
struck a chord with him, and
he knew just who that child's
escort would be-Warren's
wife, Danielle, who works
with the Department of
Corrections.
As it turned out, the number-
one thing the child wanted was
a motorized scooter, but all the
scooters Wal-Mart had in stock
were pink. Warren told his
wife to go ahead and shop with
the child and get $100 worth of
gifts.
The next day, Brian Jackson,
the manager of the Starke Wal-
Mart, called Warren and said
he had different-colored
scooters in stock if the boy still
wanted one. Warren delivered
the scooter to the boy, who
was living with his
grandparents after his mother's
death. Warren acted like he
couldn't open the box the
scooter was in, asking the boy
to help him. While the boy was
busy doing that, Warren's wife
slipped up behind him without
his knowledge. Warren told
the boy, "See if she can help us
get it open." The child turned
around, saw Danielle Warren,
and exclaimed, "You're my
shop cop."
"That tells me this is going
to help our community as a
whole and our relationship
with our kids as they're
growing up," Barry Warren
said. "If we (as law-
enforcement' officers) can
establish that relationship,
we've got a good opportunity
to keep (children) on the right
track overall."
..- h EstablihishLg.g igu. a
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conversation between Warren
and Jackson. Jackson asked
Warren if the department did
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children during the holidays.
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such a program.
"That $1,000 was the start,"
Warren said. "He's given at
least $1,000 every year in a
community grant."
Jackson does not .live in
Starke or Bradford County, but
that hasn't prevented him from
doing all he can to obtain
funds through the Wal-Mart
corporation to support the
community in a variety of
ways.
"He bends over backward,"
Warren said. "I know when he
runs out of funds, he tries to
apply for additional funds."
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was the start of Shop with a
Cop, which served 34 children
in its first year. Warren said
his goal for the program was to
eventually serve 100 children.
He reached that goal in the
program's third year in which
101 children participated.
Last year's number was 138.
The number of children that
can participate depends, of
course, on the amount of
money that can be raised for
the event. Aside from
individual and business
contributions, the Pizza Hut
fundraisers, which began last
year, have helped. Mary
Lusignan, the manager of the
Starke Pizza Hut, told Warren
Pizza Hut offered fundraising
opportunities for any
organization.
At first, Warren admitted he
was reluctant to rely upon such
a fundraiser.
"To me, I wanted this to be
about those who could helping
those who needed it," he said.
"I didn't want it to be about
fundraiserss, but when
(Lusignan) approached me
with this idea, I felt, well, all
people have to do is go have
dinner."
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year in which 15 percent of a
day's sales went toward Shop
with a Cop raised
approximately $1,000 for the
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offering Shop with a Cop a
possibility, but another group
of important individuals is the
one consisting of law-
enforcement and Department
of Corrections employees. As'
the name suggests, Shop with a
Cop is all about pairing each
child with a "cop" escort,
whether it's an officer with
any of the county's police
departments, the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office or
agencies such as the Florida
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Conservation Commission, the
Florida Department of
Transportation, the Florida
Highway Patrol, the Bureau of
Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms
and Explosives, and the
Florida Division of State Fire
Marshal.
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Bradford County is what I'm
looking for," Warren said.
The Department of
Corrections has played a huge
role in making up a large
portion of the escorts needed.
"They came through
significantly last year," Warren
said. "I believe I actually asked
for 50 to 60 uniformed officers
from them last year. I got it
and then some."
If you would like more of an
insight into the program, go to
YouTube and perform a search
for "Starke Shop with a Cop."
The first two search results are
videos of the event from the
last two years.
There are Shop with a Cop
programs outside of Bradford
County, and Warren cautions
Bradford County citizens to be
aware of who they're making
donations to. Representatives


of the Jacksonville Fraternal
Order of Police, for example,
make calls to Bradford County
residents seeking donations for
that organization's Shop with a
Cop program. Bradford
County falls in that particular
FOP district, but the funds do
not support Bradford County
youth.
Warren said he makes no
phone calls seeking donations
for the Starke Police
Department's Shop with a Cop
program unless he personally
knows the person he is calling.
"This time of year, there are
so many people asking for
help," he said.
If you would like to know
more about Shop with a Cop,
or would like to donate toward
next year's event, please call
Warren at 904-964-5400 or
352-494-3326.


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Keystone girls
'fall to Raiders
in low-scoring
district game
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights girls'
basketball team was held to
one basket and two free throws
in the second half of a 25-17
loss to south District 4-3A
opponent Crescent City on
Dec. 3 in Crescent City.
The host Raiders didn't fare
much better, scoring only eight
points in the second half, but
they were able to build upon
their 17-13 halftime lead.
Jrodan Leitheiser led the
Indians (3-5 prior to Dec. 6)
with five points. Meghan
Zinkel had 10 relibiifd-, while
Leanne Dye had four assists.
Keystone, which fell to 0-2
in south District 4 play, played
Oak Hall and south district
opponent Union County this
past Monday and Tuesday.
The Indians host north district
opponent West Nassau on
Friday, Dec. 10, before hosting
north district opponent Baker
County on Tuesday, Dec. 14.
Both games are scheduled for
7:30 p.m. following junior
varsity games'at 6 p.m.


Score by Quarter
KHHS: 5 8
CCHS: 11 6


1-17
5-25


Keystone (17): Casas 2, Dicks
2, Leitheiser 5, Munoz 1,
Strassberger 4, Zinkel 3. Free
throws: 5-14.


Earlier result:

KH 56 Interlachen 39
Three players, scored in
double figures ai thle Indians
snapped a four-game losing
streak, defeating south district
opponent Interlachen 56-39 on
Dec. 2 in Keystone.
Leitheiser led the team with
12 points, while Zinkel and
Cortney Casas had 11 and 10
points, respectively.
Eleven players in all
contributed to the scoring.
Casas led --the team in"
reboonds!with 12, while Holly
Strassberger dished out four
assists.

Score by Quarter
IHS: 6 11 9 13-39
KHHS: 12 17 19 8-56

Keystone (56): Baggett 6,
Brown 2, Casas 10, Dye 2,
Hamilton 1, Hiley 2, Leitheiser
12, -Munoz 2, Pernell 2,
Strassberger 6, Zinkel 11. Free
throws: 10-30.


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Tabrisha Simmons (right) helped send Bradford into
the half down only two with a goal in the 27th minute.


Bradford soccer
team keeps
improving
despite record
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
It was another loss, which
kept the Bradford girls' soccer
team winless on the season,
but head coach Raymond
Schaefer was not frustrated or
disappointed after his team's
10-2 loss to visiting Palatka on
Dec. 2. In fact, Schaeffer could
be nothing but impressed with
his players' effort.
Schaeffer said he sees
improvement in every game,
every minute and every second
as Bradford (0-6 prior to Dec.
6) continues to grow and
establish a foothold as a
successful program since the
sport of soccer began at the
school.
"Tonight, we had two of the
best goals I've seen in the past
four years since I've been
coaching here," Schaefer said.
"They always give their best."
The Tornadoes were in the
game in the first half thanks to
those two goals, which were
scored by Jennifer Kennedy
and Tabrisha Simmons.
Palatka, 7aftcr'.-scoring'- two
goals in the first six minutes,
led only 4-2 at the half, but the
Panthers scored three goals in
the first 10 minutes of the
second half and eventually
enforced the 8-goal mercy rule
with approximately 14 minutes
to play.
Though Palatka went up 2-0
rather quickly, the Tornadoes
held the Panthers scoreless for
approximately 12 minutes.
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kick to make the score 2-1.
Palatka went up 3-1 in the
18"' minute with a goal from
approximatley 25 yards out,
and then increased its lead
with a goal in the 22d" minute.
Bradford's Simmons made it
a two-point match when she
pushed the ball upfield herself
approximately 20 yards before
firing a shot that deflected off


the Palatka goalie's
outstretched fingers, dropping
over her head and into the net.
The Tornadoes had a couple
of chances to score after
falling behind 7-2 in the
second half, but couldn't
convert on a free kick and a
close-in shot by Hannah
Ricker that was stopped by the
Palatka goalie on a rolling
save.
Bradford played Bishop
Snyder and Baldwin this past
Monday and Tuesday, and will
travel to Callahan on
Thursday, Dec. 9, to play West
Nassau at 5:30 p.m. The
Tornadoes return home Friday,
Dec. 10, to play Interlachen at
5 p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 13,
Bradford travels to play
Keystone Heights at 5 p.m.
The Tornadoes then host West
Nassau on Tuesday, Dec. 14,
at 5:30 p.m.


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KHHS boys
settle for tie,
girls' team
loses in recent
soccer action
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Keystone Heights boys'
soccer team was
approximately three minutes
away from evening its win-loss
record, but the second goal of
the night for Fernandina
Beach's Dylan Kelly forced
the Indians to settle for a 2-2
tie instead against the visiting
Pirates on Dec. 6.
Kelly scored the only goal of
the first half, but the Indians
(2-3-2 prior to Dec. 7) came
back to take a 2-1 lead. Trey
Bland scored off of Cory
Hedding's assist in the 56'
minute, while Bland assisted
on a goal by Juan Grimaldo in
the 63r minute.
The Keystone girls' team
traveled to Orange Park the
same night to take on the
Ridgeview Panthers, losing 8-
0.
Bqth teams hosted
Interlachen this past Tuesday,
and both will host Crescent
City on Friday, Dec. 10. The
Keystone girls, who were 5-3
heading into this past
Tuesday's match with
Interlachen, will play at 5 p.m.,
while the boys will play at 7
p.m.
On Monday, Dec. 13, the
girls host Bradford at 5 p.m.,
while the boys host Buchholz
at 7.p.m.
Both teams travel to play
Interlachen on Tuesday, Dec.
14, at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m.


LETTER
Continued from Page 4B

thank the following people who
worked tirelessly to put the bas-
kets together and get them de-
livered: Mary Taylor, Julie
Crews, Christina Crews, Carol
Starling, Marvin Griffis, Pat
Honor, Dianna Nichols and Re-
gina Ingraham. I would like to
also express my thanks to RMC
for allowing us use of the train-
ing building for putting the bas-
kets together. I am hoping, with
continued support, we will be
able to provide even more bas-
kets at Christmas!
Sheriff Gordon Smith
FCCD Chapter 5 President


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SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865. .
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.
WHISPERING OAKS
APARTMENTS "Winter
Special" 3/2 only $579
per month, 2/2 only $549
per month. 4/2 only $699
per month. Subside units
available. Security de-
posit $199 (with average
credit). Washer & dryer
hook-ups, pool, computer
room, fitness center, walk-
ing distance to school &
pets welcome Call 904-
368-0007.
STARKE/KEYSTONE
HEIGHTS AREA UNFUR-
NISHED RENTALS. Call
678-640-1524.
2BR/2BA SW in Lake Butler
out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
only. Call 904-966-0765.
470 DOVE STREET, Key-
stone Heights, 3BR/2BA,
CH/A, stove, refrigerator,
W/D hookup, Keystone
schools. Rent $750 plus
deposit $700. 352-475-
5533 or 352-226-9220


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3BR SWMH NEAR UCI.
CH/A, lawn care included.
Available now, $450/mo.
plus $350 deposit. Call
904-769-2149 or 904-
964-8025
4/2 DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME ON 3 ACRES OF
LAND IN RAIFORD $850/
mth, $500/sec. Available
December 1 Call Mike
at 904-626-5721 or 904-
259-4891.
BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC
FULLY restored 3BR/2BA
with wrap around porch,
custom kitchen, utility
room with dry pantry, pri-
vate fenced yard, hard-


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 CLEAN 3BR/1BA
home. Also, 3BR/2BA
MH and 2BR/1 BA MH. All
in Starke. Call 904-964-
3595.
LAKE COTTAGE, 2BR/1BA,
Bolt Lake .in Keystone
Heights, $450/mo. 386-
867-1948.
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3 bedroom/1 bath single-
wide. After 4p.m. Call
386-496-2599.


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iO(ME FOR RENT ON
PRIVATE LOT in Raiford
in CFr 229 2/1, $500/
S 'i C ll 386-431-1917
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4.- :,PA HOUSE ON LAKE
I .YN Keystone
s $900/mo First,
.i-' 1 .Cecuity deposit
,t- /'11 3714
2 1 '.'1: IN COUNTRY.
H.A Mini blinds
1 sulated windows
'uroughout. new carpet
indi con]oleum, wood
i n -e yard, quiet
i 25i/mth plus de-
Sr ior discount.
571-6561 or
1- 093 SE 49th
,'.\: Slarke
3 :: " ', D .'.'MH in city of
N: rth Thomp-
,lelely romod-
.'- and out New
t v nyl and paint,
S ti under construc-
Savailable January
,vService animals only
Refolrences. $650/mo
i)us $650 deposit. Call
i04 -r;32-3735
3EFR 1A HOUSE IN Brook-
er CH'A first and last
-rquiird to move in, $550/
mno Call 904-966-9653.
2 HOMES ON LAKE GENE-
VA inr Kestone Heights
1BR0 1BA with wood beam
,in oinoled cathedral
c;'Ir 4 Coiling fans in
Iv ng loinm and bedroom.
i3ullt-in computer desk in
bedroom. Large open loft
area over kitchen and
snack bar for storage.
Ground-level concrete
ramp to sliding glass door
in living room. Washer/
dryer area. Outstand-
ing view of lake and oak
tree shaded park. Water,
sewage & outside main-
tenance included. Cable,
Dish or Direct TV avail-
able $495/mo. plus secu-
rity Also, 1BR/1BA, large
living room with full brick
wall fireplace, large mas-
ter bedroom with walk-in
closet Smaller additional
room for office or second
bedroom, washer/dryer
area Ceiling fans in living
room, dining room and
second bedroom. CH/A.
On quiet shaded lot. Wa-
ter, sewage and outside
maintenance included.
Cable, Dish or Direct TV
available $595/mo. plus
security. Call 352-475-
3440 or 352-494-0047. 1


DAVE'S LAWN SERVICE
Need to plant a Garden or
Flowerbed and don't have tools?
TILLER SERVICE
Available!

352-468-1915
j or 352-871-5486


MELROSE 2BR/1.5BA MH
in quiet community, $425
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
UNION COUNTY 3BR/2BA
mobile home with washer
& dryer Ready for move-
in. Secluded area on CR
239 Call 386-496-1058
leave message or call
386-266-3342
3/2 IN KEYSTONE, fire-
place, big fenced in yard
$650/mo. Call 904-782-
3287 or 904-769-3455
LAKE BUTLER CITY LIM-
ITS, 1BR/1BA cottage
with large 20 X 21 porch
and detached garage.
Partially furnished $550/
mo. First and last month
rent plus deposit. Call
386-496-3418 after 5pm


NEW 2008 JACOBSON
3BR/2BA on 1.25 acres.
Owner has financing,
zero down. Call 904-589-
9585.
TWO 2BR/1BA rental units
on Lake Sampson, con-
temporary, all utilities in-
cluded, 850 ft. dock., short
term rentals First rental is
1,200 sq. ft., upper unit,
cathedral ceiling, fire-
place, gourmet kitchen,
large porch, available
Jan. 1st, $850/mo Sec-
ond rental is 720 sq. ft.,
lower unit, CH/A, walk in
shower, screened porch,
$700/mo. First month plus
deposit $400, references,
credit check. 904-226-
5719.
THREE RENTAL UNITS
3BR/2BA house in Hamp-
ton, $850/mo. plus de-
posit, 1,800 sq ft., privacy
fenced yard and many
extras. 3BR/2BA home in
Starke, $850/mo. plus de-
posit, wrap around porch.
privacy fenced yard and
lots of extras, 1BR/1BA
home in Gainesville,
$500/mo, plus deposit,
attached carport, gas
fireplace, screened back
porch. Call 352-258-5993
or 352-473-7123 or 352-
214-7411.
APARTMENT FOR RENT,
studio type, one bath-
room, out on SE 100,
Starke area. First month,
last month rent. You pay
your light bill $350/mo.
352-473-0228.


52 Animals &
Pets
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES
$200/ea 2 males. 2
females. 6 weeks old
wormed 904-964-8315
or 904-769-1792.
FREE KITTENS, 3 avail-
able Call Diane at 904-
782-3421
WONDERFUL COMPAN-
ION, six year-old male
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
ringed-tail with white tip,
sea-green eyes. "Tippy"
has all shots, litter box
trained, inside cat only.
Free to right home, call
904-533-2203.


53 A Starke Yard
Sales
MULTI FAMILY GARAGE
AND YARD SALE. FRI-
DAY AND SATURDAY,
8AM-? 6634 SW 163rd
St., Starke. Turn left on
66th Ln. off 100, 3rd road
past graveyard on left,
look for signs. Equipment,
tools, '66 S10 custom
pick-up hot rod with 350
motor.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
DEC. 10, 9AM-4PM AND
DEC. 11, 8AM-6PM. 947
NE SR16, 3 miles East
from 301. on the left.
2 FAMILIES DEC. 10 AND
11, 8am-?, 6013,CR 229,
Starke. Dryer, patio set,
lots of good items.
GARAGE SALE TOOLS
(all sorts), small tools, rat-
tan couch, swivel rocker,
exercise machine, house-
hold goods. Friday, 8am-
4pm and Saturday, 8am-
12pm. Lake and Grove
St., Lawtey.
MOVING SALE FURNI-
TURE, YARD AND HAND
TOOLS, fishing, hunt-
ing, kitchen and camping
items, clothes, and much
more. Friday, 12/10 and
Saturday, 12/11, 8am-
4pm 2613 SE 144th St.
(off Griffis Loop) in Starke
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*P ne Bark & Cypns Mulch
*Flewood ForSale
*Free Estimates


Owner: Kerry Whitford

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25 acres of rolling pasture &

woods in Graham area.

Owner will consider exchange.


VACANT LOTS 28 PRIVATE ACRES

In or Out of town. 3 ponds, paved road

Owner Financing. frontage, mostly cleared
Ask about with wooded buffer around
property. Pear orchard.
NO DOWN PAYMENT Owner financing available.

All Offers Considered! Seller/Agent Motivated!


Faulkner Realty, Inc.
Susan Faulkner-O'Neal, Broker


417-B Edwards Road Starke
susanoneal@embarqmail.com


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2PM. GRIFFIS LOOP
(SR100A), near Grace
Baptist Church. Decora-
tions, household items,
golf clubs, movies and
more.
YARD SALE, 7430 SW
County Road 18, Hamp-
ton Lake, 1/2 mile west
of 301. Sat. Dec. 11th
from 8a-5p. 12' semi-v
aluminum fishing boat &
trailer, aluminum wheels
& tires, size 16 X 265
X 75R for GM product,
treadmill, exercise equip-
ment, electric shredder,
riding lawn mower with
grass catcher, stainless
steel kitchen sink, sewing
machine, quilts, chest of
drawers, collectible glass
and other odds and ends
lots of treasures
FRI. & SAT. 8.30a-lpm
Dinette oak entertainment
center, walnut bedroom
suite, TV, shelves, Wild
Turkey decanters, kitch-
en, DVD's,. books, some
tools, geek gear, misc.
2582 NE 173 Street. Take
301 to Bradford County
fairgrounds, east on Mar-
ket, over the tracks to
Stop sign. Left to property
just past County dump, on
the right. 904-410-8217.
GARAGE SALE, lots of
toys, purses, dolls, books.
Douglas Estates, 1233
Harley Circle. Fri. & Sat.,
Dec. 10th& 11th from 9a-
2pm.
SATURDAY, DEC. 11th from
8a-2p, women's and chil-
dren's clothing, shoes,
jewelry, toys, Christmas
decor, etc. Brand new
grill! Two mini video cam-
eras. SR 100 East, next to
Edward's Grocery.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
FAITH PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, midway be-
tween Keystone and Mel-
rose, Yard Sale, Dec. 11th
from 8a to 12p.
MAY'S BOOK SALE with
misc. other items. Books
include home design,
cooking, artistic and gar-
dening Most reduced by
65% of purchase price.


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professional with
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Sat 7a-3p,Sun.7a-noon,
6879 Deer Springs Road,
Keystone Heights.
SATURDAY, DEC. 11th from
7.30a-12noon, 317 SE3rd
Avenue Melrose Games,
video & computer cames,
weight bench. kitchen,
Christmas items, sports,
clotheshousehold items,
misc S on SR 21, turn
right at Nick's Kwik Stop,
third street on the right.
55 Wanted
4 WHEELERS. NON-RUN-
NING, FREE OR CHEAP.
Call 386-496-8431.
57 For Sale
OAK FIREWOOD, $160/
cord, 1/2 cord als; avail-
able Freoe delivery in
Starke l,i,? Bt13ler and
K,,yr'ine h-,'ights areas!
ill .;52-275-1836
59 Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT Guara '.,', J in-
stallment H, : -ystems,
custom io, I .,:ment win-
dows c d oors, premium
i, ll, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing. Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
Madison Street, Starke.
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
BIdgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.


Affordable

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No Job Too
Small!
Insur-ed
Firewood also
available
"Delivered"
352-275-1836


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FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles' Will pick
up anywhere. Upto$150
Call 904-219-9365 or 904-
782-9822.
MIGHTY MAIDS, for all your
cleaning needs' Holiday
cleaning and gift certifi-
cates available Priced to
lit all budgets! 904-964-
5858.
BODY BY VI Nutrition to
burn fat and keep muscle
to balance, shape, trans-
form your body. Not a fad
diet Fast, Easy, Alfoid-
able. win prizes Pa-rn
money Refer 3 grlt y. ,l-
free! Call Carol at 964-
796-8015.
DAYCAFE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified
Call 386-496-1062.
EARN 10% ON YOUR
MONEY rather than the
2% you are now getting
I am selling a mortgage
for $30,000 at 10% for
another 10 years The
buyers have been in the
home for four years and
are very reliable. Please
call me at 904-966-2937.


65 Help Wanted
HELP-WANTED Dental
hygienist in Lake Butler
1-2 days a week 386-
S496-3492.
LIBRARY TECHNICAL AS-
SISTANT 1 Bradford
County: Bradford County


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Games & Systems*TV's Computers
Laptops Wii's PSP's Nintendo DS
and more!
[ OPEN Mon-Fri 9am-7pmrn Saturday 9amn-3pjjq
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS STARKE
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137 N. Walnut St., Starke, FL


Driver- NEW PAY
PLAN with
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fishing in stocked
trout stram! 2 acres,
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(86Fsi1275-0442.
Steel Buildings
FACTORY
DIRECT STEEL
BUILDINGS Buy
at C'ontlactors Cost.
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Indulstlril, Farm,
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REAL ESTATE OFFICE
ASSISTANT in Union
Co. $10-$13/HR: 20-40
hrs/wk. Must have exten-
sive computer and Micro-
soft knowledge, savvy,
quick on your feet with a
positive attitude. Please
fax resume to 866-542-
9855.
NOW TAKING APPLICA-
TIONS for a Nail Techni-
cian at Southern Comfort
Salon in Lake Butler.
Hours will be Tues-Fri
from 9a-5p. Call April at
386-496-9068 for more
information.

GREAT JOB OPPORTU-
NITY! National Property
Management Company is
looking for an eager can-
didate with experience to
help manage, market and
lease a multifamily hous-
ing community in Starke,
Florida. The job has profit
and loss responsibility,
and you'll have the au-
thority to administer rental
and marketing programs.
We want your input as
well and we expect you
to generate some solid


ideas for improving prof-
itability. Candidates for
this position should have
experience in property
management, market-
ing or sales. We pay top
compensation and offer a
generous benefits pack-
age including discounted
housing, 401K, medl-
cal/dental and vacation.
There are opportunities
for advancement as well
as relocation. Please
email your reSUme to
jdevlin@picernefl.com.
STAFF NEEDED TO WORK
with disabled in Starke
area, must have 1 year
experience, ability to pss
background screenings.
PT positions. High school
diploma and transporta-
tion required. $8.00 hour.
904-966-2100.
TAKING APPLICATIONS
for staff worker to work
with the developmen-
tally disabled at Industrial
Complex of Raiford. Must.
be able to pass FDLE
background screening,
have high school diploma,
driver's license and trans-
portation. Call 386-431-
1898.


Public L library is accepting
applica tons for a full-time
Library Technical Assis-
tant 1 to work in the Youth
Services Department.
Experience working with
children and teenagers
is required and some
supervisory experience
is preferred AA degree
or some college classes
preferred Starting salary
is $10 00 per hour. Appli-
cation .orms and job de-
scriptions may be picked
up from and returned to
the Clerk's Office located
in the Bradford County
C:ourthoi se. The deadline
for in;, c:;iticns has been
xrt,,.tdd until December
13th, 2310 at 3p.m. The
county reserves the right
to relect any and all appli-
cations. EOE employer.
DRIVERS :WERNER
NEEDS YOU! Immediate
opportunities! No CDL,
no problem! CDL training
available. Great benefits
& start earning $750-800/
wk. Call Today! 866-457-
6236.
REDNECK PEPPER is seek-
ing experienced sales
rep to v.sit stores. Com-
mission plus gas money.
Earn up to $500/week.
Call 386-344-2957.
RESIDENT ASSISTANT/
CAREGIVER, FT/PT,
varied shifts, HS diploma
or GED, 1 year experi-
ence, Level II background
screening, good driving
history, $8/hr. No phone
calls Obtain application
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REVIVAL
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praying for every pastor in
Bradford County and welcome
any senior pastor to join the
monthly prayer meetings. The
size of church the pastor serves
does not matter. Denomination
does not matter as well.
"I believe God is sometimes
offended by our
denominationalism," Hayes
said. "I think he gets offended


by it. We all think we know
what the truth is, and we want
to argue about minutiae rather
than keeping Jesus front and
center.
"When we keep Jesus front
and center, God's church is
built, period. The town, as a
whole, grows."
Hayes said he would love to
see 20-50 pastors attending the
monthly meetings. Any senior
pastor who would like to
attend the next meeting-Jan.
6 at Church of God by Faith at


8 a.m.-or would like more
information on the meetings,
may call Hayes at 904-368-
1173 or Michael Moore at
904-964-6864.
Between the pastors' prayers
and the monthly community
church services, Hayes hopes a
change will develop in
people's attitudes toward
church. He said there is a level
of complacency he has not
witnessed in 22 years of
ministry. People too often ask
what a church can do for them


rather than what they can do
for the church, or more
precisely, what they can do for
God, Hayes said.
Also, Hayes believes church
attendance in general has taken
a hit.
"Church attendance as a
whole in Bradford County is
down," he said. "I don't have a
number. I would say as much
as 10 percent, and that's a safe
estimate on my part. At least
of the churches that are
represented (at the monthly


prayer meetings), that's a fair
figure. It may be higher."
Prayer can bring about
change, which is what the
area's pastors are hoping to
accomplish, whether it's sitting
together for an hour among
their peers or attending a
community church service.
"We all had a vision for
this," Hayes said. "All of us
have seen this, that this was
needed."
Next month's community
service will be held Jan. 9 at


First Baptist of Starke at 6 p.m.
with Greg Pusateri bringing
the message. That service will
also feature the choirs of
several churches in the area.
Future services will' not
always be hosted by First
Baptist of Starke. The plan is
for different churches to host
the services, but the number of
people attending will dictate
which churches will be in the
host rotation.


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