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Union


USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Flor


County


rida Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010


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98th Year -33rd Issue 75 CENTS


1 arrested, 5 sought in Dec. 11 shooting incident


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN male, along with another witness
Times Editor were very scared and shaking


Just after 8 p.m. on Dec. 11,
Union County Sheriff's Office
.Deputy John Henry Whitehead
was called to a residence on C.R.
239 in regards to a fight involv-
ing several males that included
shots being fired at the victim.
In his written report of the inci-
dent, Whitehead stated that three
teenagers, two male and one fe-


profusely.
One male victim told White-
head that a truck entered their
property and parked in the drive-
way. Six males exited the truck
allegedly looking to fight with
the female.
The victim alleged that as he
walked to the end of his drive-
way to ask'them to leave, one of
the men from the truck punched


him in the face. Two other males
from the truck allegedly jumped
in and began striking the victim
multiple times,forcing him to the
ground.
To defend himself, the vic-
tim stated that he found a metal
horseshoe laying in the yard and
swung it at the three men, strik-
ing one in the head resulting in a
laceration.
The victim's brother had pro-
ceeded across the yard to help


when one of the men walked
back to the truck and retrieved a
hunting rifle and allegedly aimed
it at the victims. The victims
stated they ran behind a clump
of sawgrass when the man with
the gun fired a shot at the victims
from 12 feet away. As the vic-
tims ran across the yard for better
coverage, the man allegedly fired
another shot from 40 yards away
that landed approximately five
feet from one of the victims.


All six men re-entered the truck.
and quickly left the scene. The
victim received multiple bruises
and abrasions to his face. The
female victim told Whitehead
that the men were from Alachua
County and had allegedly come
to settle a problem they had with
her and the male victim.
A "be on the lookout" for the
six men was sent to Alachua and
Columbia counties.
Reginald Charles Grantham,


20, of High Springs was arrested
and charged with attempted ho-
micide, felony battery and tres-
passing. Warrants for the arrests
of the other five men traveling
with Grantham are forthcoming
with multiple counts of felony
battery and accessory after the
fact to attempted murder.

Grantham is being held on
$50,000 bond in the Union
County Jail.


Santa says "Merry Christmas" to all of the people watching the parade. For more
photos, see page 2A.


Coming


to Town

Although Santa's late
arrival delayed the start of
the annual Christmas parade
on Dec. 10, families who
waited in the cold of the
night were not disappointed.
There were more than 46
entries in this year's parade,
Full of spectacular Christmas
lights, props and carolers.
The winner of the first-place
float went to First Baptist
Church of Lake Butler. The
second-place winner was
Kustom Kreative Props and
Party Rentals with third
place going to Community
State Bank.
Santa riding through
downtown Main Street on
a one-horse open sleigh
marked the end of the parade.
Families then headed to the
community center where they
were greeted by Christmas
carolers as they waited in
line to sit on Santa's lap.
More than 200 gift bags were
given to children this year,
with a number of random
bags containing tickets to
redeem for free bicycles.


RMC opening new cancer center

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN --- -
Times Editor .. : a .. '"-


On Dec. 10, the Reception
and Medical Center in Lake
Butler hosted a ribbon-cut-
ting ceremony to announce the
opening of the nation's first ra-
diation and oncology treatment
center located in a correctional
institution.
Funded by a partnership be-
tween the state and Community
Cancer Center of North Florida,
the center will provide com-
prehensive radiation treatment,
chemotherapy and positron
emission tomography (PET)
scans for inmates needing regu-
lar cancer treatment.
Florida has the third largest
state prison population in the
United States, behind Texas
and California. RMC processes
new male inmates into the state
correctional system, averaging
2,400 inmates on a daily basis.
It is also the location of a 120-
bed hospital that provides acute
patient care to inmates from
around the state.
RMC Warden Brian Riedl
said he was proud and honored
to be a part of the nation's first
cancer treatment center inside
the confines of a correctional
institution.
"The building and costs to op-
erate it will pay for itself, more
importantly by enhancing the
safety of all Floridians," said
Riedl. "We will no longer have
20-30 inmates on the road out
of a secured perimeter while re-
ceiving treatment. Treating in-
mates within the institution will


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DOC Deputy Secretary of Health Services Dr. Olugbenga (Olu) Ogunsanwo and RMC
Warden Brian Riedl conduct the ceremonial ribbon cutting outside the doors of the
new RMC Cancer Center in Lake Butler.


greatly reduce inmate transpor-
tation costs for the entire state,"
he said.
- Medical Executive Director
Dr. Page Smith said this was a
very important day for him.
"I got here seven years ago
and this was being talked about
long before then."
RMC first opened in 1968.
The RMC Hospital was added
in 1971., at a time when there
were 10,100 inmates in the
state. Now there are well over
100,000 inmates.
DOC Deputy Secretary of
Health Services Dr. Olugbenga
(Olu) Ogunsanwo said the new'
cancer treatment center goes
along with the Department of


Corrections' mission statement
to protect the public safety, to
ensure the safety of department
personnel, and to provide prop-
er care and supervision of all
offenders.
"First, we are protecting
public safety and departmental
personnel as we are no longer
sending inmates on the road for
treatment," he said.
All Florida inmates need-
ing radiation oncology will be
housed at RMC during their
treatment time.
Up until now, inmates in need
of radiation oncology and che-
motherapy treatments were re-
quired to gather at the hospital
around 3 a.m. to be processed


and sent out for procedures, not
returning until late in the after-
noon.
"Oftentimes when they were
feeling under the weather, suf-
fering from side effects or for
whatever reason, they simply
would not or could not go for
.treatment," Ogunsanwo said.
Region II Director.Tim Can-
non said that as a former war-
den at RMC and at other state
correctional facilities, he knew
all too well about lying awake
at night worried about the risks
of transporting inmates out of a
secure facility and onto public
roads.

See RMC page 3A


New rules



result in



UCHS grade



dropping to C


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

The Department of Education
recently released high school
grades and Union County High
School received a "C," dowh one
letter grade from last year's "B."
In past years, school grades
were based on student perfor-
mance on the Florida Compre-
hensive Assessment Test (FCAT).
Beginning with the 2009-2010
school year, new standards were
put into place making it more dif-
ficult for high schools to receive
a passing grade.
A high school's grade is now
calculated with only 50 percent
depending on FCAT scores. The
other 50 percent is based on a
number of factors. These include
the number of students who are
enrolled in accelerated classes,
are dual enrolled in college or are
receiving industry certification.
The second 50 percent is also
based on the graduation rates for
all students, including at-risk stu-
dents.
Elementary and middle school
grades were released in August,
however, high school grades
were delayed in their release, and
it's no wonder why.
Figuring a high school's grade
now involves a complex table of
numbers and calculations factor-
ing in certain denominators and
numerators involving double-
weighted percentages and bonus


points.
When you break it all down,
what actually hurt UCHS was
adequate progress of the lowest
performing 25 percent of stu-
dents in the school. If at least 50
percent of the lowest perform-
ing students (lowest performing
25 percent of students enrolled)
do not show adequate progress
in reading and math, a school's
grade is automatically reduced
one letter grade. In math, 52 per-
cent of UCHS' lowest perform-
ers made adequate progress, sur-
passing the state's benchmark,
however, only 37 percent of the
school's lowest performers made
adequate progress in reading,
thus reducing the final school
grade from a "B" to a "C."
UCHS Principal Dr. Chris
Wood said that several programs
were put in place to meet the
new standards. For one thing,
although UCHS offers the busi-
ness academy, teacher academy,
health academy and construc-
tion academy, teachers were not
qualified to give students indus-
try certification exams until this
school year.
Last year, only four UCHS
students received industry cer-
tification: two as certified nurs-
ing assistants (CNA) and two in
welding.
"Our business and health teach-
ers are being qualified to give in-

See GRADE page 3A


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SCHOOL GRADES

Union County High School C

Baker County High School D

Bradford High School D

Buchholz High School A

Columbia High School B

Eastside High School A

Ft. White High School B

Gainesville High School B


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2A Union County Times Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010


Worth 9

Noting


Meet Santa in

WS Saturday,

---Dec. 18
SWorthington Springs Mayor
:-.-Jghn Rimes III invites everyone
.to come out and meet Santa at
: :the Worthington Springs Com-
munity Center on Saturday, Dec.
:18, from 6-8 p.m.
Bring your letters to Santa, sit
. ..on his lap, take family photos,
: and enjoy some cookies, eggnog,
apple cider and hot chocolate.
: This countywide event is free
,. and open to the public.

Candlelight

service and

-Christmas

dinner
First United Methodist Church,
in fellowship with New Jerusa-
lem Full Gospel Church, locat-
..ed on S.R. 121 in Worthington
.Springs, will hold a candlelight
.. service and Christmas dinner on
.. :Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by the candlelight ser-
vice at 7:30 p.m. For more in-
formation, please call 386-496-
.. .. 1741.

VCC

Christmas

play Dec. 19
.-. On Sunday, Dec. 19, at 6 p.m.,
Victory Christian Center of Lake
SButiler 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 collected. Refreshments
Swill be served.
Victory Christian Center is lo-
cated at 705 SW 6th St. on S.R.
121 across from Lake Butler El-
:.,_.ementary School. ..

Christmas

.at the stable

Dec. 19, 26
-- Morning Star Baptist Church
-invites you to join them for
:: "Christmas at the stable at 11 a.m.
~.-on two Sundays, Dec. 19 and
'. _Dec. 26. The church is located
wi wvo miles south of Worthington
iSTprings on SR. 121. Look for
-..signs. Dicss warmly and bring
:-blankets.

Enter to win
free computer
at S&S stores
This Christmas, Housecallz
Computers of Worthington
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 tele-
:hone.

Pre-order LBES
yearbook at
discounted price
:- Friday, Dec. 17, is the last
day to pre-order the Lake Butler
Elementary School 2010-2011
yearbook at the reduced price of
$25. Payment must be received
on or before Dec. 17, with checks


made out to LBES. The yearbook
price will increase to $30 after
this date.

NRSWA cancels
Dec. meeting
-The Dec. 9 board meeting of
the New River Solid Waste As-
_ sociation has been canceled. The
: aext meeting will take place on
:.-hursday,Jan. 13.


Several wins
for FFA at
sub-district
competition
On Dec. 7, the Florida FFA
hosted sub-district contests
throughout the state. The Dis-
trict IV, Sub-district I contest, of
which Lake Butler is a part, was
held in Clay County. Both the
Lake Butler Middle and Senior
FFA chapters demonstrated their
knowledge and brought home
several wins.

In parliamentary procedure,
both the middle school and high
school chapters won first place.
Team members for the high
school included Ryan Perez
(chairman), Linsey Clark (sec-
retary), Morgan Dukes, Danielle
Pate, Kayla Freeman, Michaela
Joyner, Bobbie Tatum and Tan-
ner LeMay.
Team members for the middle
school included William Brown
(chairman), Savannah Wood-
all (secretary), Malory LeMay,
McKenzie Mobley, Kelsey
Thornton, Shelby McDowell and
Makayla Graham.


Lake Butler FFA members competing at sub-districts were (back row, I-r) Garrett McRee, Makayla Graham, Taylor
Wilkins, Ashley Johnson, Bobbie Tatum, Ryan Perez, Linsey Clark, (middle, I-r) Jordan Davis, Danielle Pate, Shelby
McDowell, Tanner LeMay, Malory LeMay, Michaela Joy r, Alex Morneau, Kayla Freeman,William Brown, Case
Emerson Connie Driggers, (front, I-r) Taylor Furukawa, Kelsey Thornton, Savannah Woodall, McKenzie Mobley,
Kiersten Jenkins and Morgan Dukes.


SIn prepared public speaking,
both the middle school and high
school chapter speakers came in
second place.

Alex Morneau represented the'
high school with her speech re-
garding sustainable agriculture,
and Case Emerson represented
the middle school with his speech


regarding niche marketing.
In extemporaneous public
speaking, Connie Driggers rep-
resented the high school and
Savannah Woodall represented
the middle school. Both received
first place.
Taylor Wilkins represented
the high school in creed speaking
and won first place.


In tractor driving, a high
school bnly event, Ashley John-
son And Garrett McRee finished
in first place.
The middle school-opening and
closing ceremonies team came
in second place. Team members
included Case Emerson, Kelsey
Thornton, Savannah Woodall,
Taylor Furukawa, Kiersten Jen-


kins, McKenzie Mobley, Malory
LeMay and Jordan Davis.
Members of the Lake Butler
FFA Chapters say they are very
proud of the accomplishments
and would like to extend a spe-
cial thank you to Charlotte Emer-
son, Leah McDowell and Emily
Brown for their assistance this
year.


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can do. "


City Commissioners Fred Sirmones and Lonnie Norman wave to the streets of Lake
Butler on their well-designed float.


A snowman from the Lake Butler Hospital float rides by.


Riding on the float that has a twist of humor, Community
State Bank employees lounge at the "Road Kill Diner."


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GRADE
Continued from Page 1A

dustry certification exams. Kevin
Farkas in the construction acad-
emy came to us already quali-
fied and students in the teacher
academy can be certified through
Tiger's Den," said Wood. In ad-
dition, he hopes to offer welding
certification at the UCHS campus
next school year.
Wood projects 55 students
will receive. industry certifica-
tion through UCHS by the end
of the 2020-2011 school year to
include: 22 CNAs, 13 in con-
struction, three in welding, nine
teacher cadets and eight business
students in Microsoft Office.
Wood also said that he has been
working hard at gaining student
participation in accelerated place-
ment (AP) courses, Last year, 19
percent of UCHS students were
enrolled in AP courses and that
number is now at 25 percent and
will continue to rise. Last school
year, 98 students were dual en-
rolled and that number has now


Dr. Paul Schilling gave a tour of the RMC Cancer Center and explained the benefits of
its state-of-the-art equipment such as this linear accelerator used for radiation therapy.




LB Hospital hosting extravaganza


Kickoff your Christmas cel-
ebration with fun for the entire
family at the third Annual Christ-
mas Extravaganza at Lake But-
ler Hospital on Friday, Dec. 17,
from 6-8:30 p.m.

Santa will be there to greet
your family. Children 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
Shuffle, toys, games and more!


Capture your 2010 Christmas
season with a picture with Santa
for $6.
Enjoy free refreshments while
watching a presentation by the
dancers of the Kelly Christie
Dance Academy as well as sing-
ing from Justine Rogers and
more.
"Last year it was so fun to
watch all the kids sitting around
singing Christmas carols, danc-
ing and receiving gifts," said Liz
Croft, hospital public 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 win-
ner of the 2010 Employee Door
Decorating Contest.
There will also be activities
set up outside including carni-
val games and a train ride from
Captain's Party Rentals.
For more information, please
contact Liz Croft at 386-496-
2323 ext. 227.


RMC-.

Continued from Page 1A

"From an administrative
standpoint, I see the money
that will be saved," said Can-
non. "As a taxpayer, this is cost
effective in that less staff and
state vehicles will be on the
road transporting inmates."


Radiation Oncologist Dr.
Paul J. Schilling of the Com-
munity Cancer Center of North
Florida has been a part of pro-
viding cancer treatments to in-
mates for several years.
"I first proposed this idea 15
years ago and now it is a real-
ity," Schilling said.
His motivating factor has
been that six out of 10 adults


increased to 134.
Being dual enrolled in high
school and college at the same
time offers many benefits. First
and foremost, dual enrollment
college classes are free. High'
school sophomores, juniors or
seniors age 15 or older can earn
college credit at no cost through
dual enrollment at Florida Gate- *
way College. To become eligible,
the student must have at least a
3.0 GPA and a passing score on
the state's College Placement
Test (CPT).
The CPT is available a number
of times throughout the school
year or can be taken by appoint-
ment at the college. Florida Gate-
way College offers dual enroll-
ment courses online, at the high
school and at the college.
Additionally, Wood said he is
working on getting more profes-
sors from Florida Gateway Col-
lege to come to the high school
to teach their classes.
Many high school students
also find dual enrollment a plus
because once they complete a
passing grade in a college course,


can now be cured of the disease
if it is caught early. He also real-
ized the side effects of the treat-
ments are hard on those who are
in transport for long hours.
"We are saving monqeg and
saving lives by providing this
service," Schilling said. He es-
timates that 40-50 inmates a
day will receive treatment at the
RMC Cancer Center.


they no longer have to take that
subject in high school. For exam-
pie, a passing grade in freshman
composition through Florida
Gateway College completes the
High school requirements of four
years of English/language arts.
Wood continues to review
and implement new programs to
help students succeed. For ex-
ample, he found that Ft. White
High School, Columbia High
School and Hamilton County
High School all implemented a
program called "Plugged In" that
has shown significant increases
in the achievements of their at-
risk students.This program could
go a long way toward helping
Union's lowest performing stu-
dents make successful learning
gains in reading.
"The school is under new
leadership and other new staff
members have been brought in
to meet the needs of the students.
With the programs we now have
in place, things look good for
our school grade next year," said
Wood. UCHS has an enrollment
of 590 students.


Conserve water, drought continues


The Big Red Christmas Drive
is currently accepting monetary
donations as well as donations of
gently used clothing and toys.
Each year, Union County's
Big Red Christmas Drive brings
SChristmas (via a fire truck driven
by Santa Claus himself) to fami-
Slies in Union County that would
otherwise go without.
: Mindy Goodwin, who coor-
dinates the event each year, re-
ported-that as of press time, 18
children; dre on the list that is
growing in number every day.
During this holiday season,
please help those in need. Dona-


$1,000 reward
offered for
information on
several recent
burglirips

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

A reward of $1,000 or more is
being offered through First Coast
Crime Stoppers for information
Leading to an arrest or recovery
of items recently stolen in Union
County.
Rash of appliance
thefts


tions may be dropped off at the
Union County Emergency Ser-
vices, Station 5 on S.R. 121 in
Lake Butler.
The Big Red Christmas Drive
is in need of children's items
such as makeup, CDs, pull-ups
for bigger children, socks, under-
wear, jackets and toiletries such
as deodorant, shampoo, tooth-
paste, etc.
If you reside in Union County
and your family is in need of as-
sistance this Christmas, please
call 904-263-7638 for more in-
formation. This is the only num-
ber accepting requests. Please


Lt. Doug York of the Union
County Sheriff's Office has re-
ported that several counties to
include Union have been the re-
cent victims of appliance thefts.
The thefts are occurring at homes
under construction and at fore-
closed homes.
York said UCSO is actively
working the case and one arrest
has been made so far. Assistance
is being requested from citizens
who may have information re-
garding other suspects or the
whereabouts of the stolen appli-
ances.
Stolen ATV
On Nov. 3, a Union County
resident reported that a red ATV
was stolen from.his storage shed


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do not call the sheriff's office or
EMS, as they will not be able to
provide information.
RMC collecting
bicycles for Big Red
Christmas Drive
The Reception and Medical
Center is currently collecting any
new or used bicycles to repair
for the annual Toys for Kids/Big
Red Christmas Drive in Union
County.
Anyone who can donate bi-
cycles, bicycle parts or paint,
please contact Lt. Bret Dukes
at 386-623-4952 to arrange for
pickup.


on C.R. 229.
An investigation revealed that
the ATV was removed from the
shed, and because it was inoper-
able, pushed down the driveway
to the main road and loaded into
another vehicle.
The ATV was described as be-
ing a red 1999 Kawasaki Bayou
220 with a gray seat. The seat
had a four-inch tear in the fabric

See REWARD page 4A


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


THANK YOU.!
. The City of Lake Butler would like to thank the following for
their generous donations during the Lake Butler Christmas
parade and festivities.

Sandra Langley Tyre CPA
Carter's Fried Chicken
Community State Bank
Mercantile Bank
Easy Work Inc.
Swift Creek Realty'
Lake Butler Mini Storage
Norman Stephenson
Jackson Building Supply
Little Rainbows Learning Center
Archer Funeral Home
Florida Power and Light
George Roberts Insurance
Tom Jenkins Electric

The city of Lake Butler would also like to extend a special
thank you to the following organizations:

Lake Butler Volunteer Fire Dept.
Lake Butler Lions Club
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BEXAR COUNTY After using Thera-Gesic' on aching joints,
Tom W. attended last Friday's reunion where, according to 5 amused and
concerned classmates, he went TOAD-AL. He squatted, extended both
arms to the ground, arched his back and did his best to hop numerous times
while croaking.
When asked to explain his behavior, he painlessly replied,
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voluntarily implement indoor and
outdoor conservation measures
in addition to those required by
the year-round landscape irriga-
tion rule.
Once drought conditions im-
prove and groundwater and sur-
facewater levels rebound, the
governing board may cancel the
Phase I Advisory. Should condi-
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erning board may declare Phase
II Advisory, which imposes man-
datory water-use restrictions.
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dance with -Florida' Slalutes and
the Florida Administrative Code,
which give them authority to im-


plement water shortage plans.
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Weather Service, the Suwannee
River basin is experiencing an
extreme drought.
Megan Wetherington, a se-
nior professional engineer at
SRWMD, said groundwater ant
surfacewater levels continue to
worsen, throughout the district
due to below-average monthly
rainfall.
"River levels are extremely
low and groundwater levels have
fallen steadily since the sum-
mer," she said.
In November, flows for the
Suwannee River and its tributar-
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Union County Times Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010


Single mom hopes to give Christmas to kids


In conjunction with the Big
Red Christmas Drive, the
Times is featuring a local
family that needs a help his
holiday season.
BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Staff Writer.

Ontil just a few months ago,
Tiffany Henry, her three daugh-
ters, and her foster son were
living with friends in a two bed-
room singlewide mobile home.
."There were 10 of us living
in that house and we were so
grateful to have someone who
would take us in. We had been
on the waiting list at the hous-
ing authority and finally some-
thing came open in September."
Henry said.
Henry, 34, said she split up
with the father of her two young-
est daughters earlier this year.
They had nowhere to go except
for the friend who offered to let
them stay for a while. Henry,
said she and the children were
unable to remove their belong-
ings from her ex's house, except
for tote bags with a little cloth-
ing.
Now in an apartment of their


(Front, I-r) Gahriell holds baby Trey and Gweneth smiles.
(Back, I-r) Mom Tiffany Henry hopes to provide Christ-
mas for her kids, including 14-year-old Alexis.


own, they are trying to put their
lives back together again piece
by piece.
To help makes ends meet,


Henry works taking care of a 34-
year-old woman with Down's
syndrome. Through her work
and help from friends, Henry


now has a little furniture and. it's srnll bowel cancer," Henry
beds for her children: Alexis,age said."I haven't had any surger-
14, Gabriell, age 10, Gweneth, ks since AuA st of last year, but
age 7, and her 3-month-bld fos- kni surgery is next. We aren't
ter son Trey. sure yet, but we think the cancer
The family moved to Union may have spread," she said.
County from Keystone six years Because of her medical con-
ago to help with a family mem- edition, Henry is unable to work
ber who was ill. Henry took in full time. She has a pending
and raised her sister's son for court date about recei% ing child
four years before he was legally. support for her two youngest
adopted by their brother, Jacob daughters, but said she hasn't
when he returned from Iraq. received any financial help from
"The adoption was official as of their father since June.
last Wednesday," Henry said. "If it weren't for getting in
That same sister recently gave the apartment, I have no clue
birth to another son, Trey, who where'd we be right now," said
is now three months old. Just Henry. #'We got some furniture
this week, Henry was in .cprt. from a few people.who showed
in Gainesville seeking guardian- .compassion, but what the kids
ship over the infant because her really need is clothes, jackets
sister is in a rehabilitation facil- and undergarments and shoes.
ity. When asking Gabriell what
On Mother's Day 2007, Henry she wants for Christmas, she
began having health problems said, "I'd like a pre-paid camera
"I spent a month and a half' phone'and a bed set." She said
in the trauma center at Shands she doesn't ciare what color or
After having surgery and being pattern the comforter set is. Ga-
cut hip to hip. Over a period of brielltwears size j-eans and size
six months," Henry said she had small shirts.
surgery to the same area four Gweneth said she loves ev-
times and needed a home health erything that has to do with Tin-
care nurse to help her. kerbell,. .weneth also needs a
"They are 99-percent sure...


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This research program will ad-
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eight management for women
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Onion County.
Working with the Cooperative
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All aspects of the program will
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The program is important be-
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WATER
Continued from Page 3A


ies fell below the fifth percentile
for the period of record, meaning
more than 95 percent of the time
since the 1930s they were higher
for this time of year than they are
currently.
Average groundwater levels
fell to the 33rd percentile in No-
vember, based on records begin-
ning in 1978.
Total rain for October and
November was 1.33 inches, the
lowest since 2001 and the eighth
lowest sinie ,932. Gauges at
Usher Tower (near Chiefland)
and Starke reported no rainfall in
October, making it the driest Oc-
tober on record in those areas.

Wetherington said long-term
forecasts call for drier than nor-
mal conditions throughout win--
ter-and spring.
"With La Nina expected to
persist at least through spring,
the district may be in for dry
conditions for quite some time,"
she said.

District officials are stressing
the need for conservation until
conditions improve.
The district offers the follow-


ing water-saving tips:
Fix leaky faucets and toilets,
which can waste up to 100,gal-
lons per.day.
* Replace older^fixtures and
appliances with low-flow, water-
saving models.
Turn off the tap while brush-
ing teeth, shaving, or washing


dishes.
Water laI\\n and landscapes
only one da) per \cek and not
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Use Florida-Friendly Land-
scapingM .
Equip hoses with automatic
shutoff nozzles.
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behind the gas tank. A Gators
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e interested AT near the headlights and the
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Musical instruments,
Management monoystolen
Staking calls fromchurch
Please call On Nov. 14, UCSO Deputy
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'- ported burglary at Cross Roads
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comforter set for her twin bed.
She wears girls size 7 jeans and
size small shirts.
Alexis said she would like
a pair of size 9 1/2 boots from
Tractor Supply Company. Alex-
is wears size 1-2 long in jeans
and size medium shirts.
Henry said baby Trey needs
everything from warm clothes
to toys. Trey wears infant size
3-6 months.
"WIC helps with getting his
formula, but I really need dia-
pers and baby wipes," Henry
said.'She prefers to use Luvs
and Pampers. More than any-
thing, Henry said Trey could use
a baby swing.
As for mom, she just wants to
give Christmas to her kids this
year. Henry wears size 16 wom-
en's jeans, extra large shirts and
size 9 1/2 shoes.

If you would like to help
make this family's Christmas
wishes come true, please call
Mindy Goodwin, coordinator of
the Big Red Christmas Drive,
at 352-494-3320. You can also
e-mail bigredchristmasdrive@
yahoo.com.

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 sus-
pects in this burglary and hopes
that a description of the items
may lead to an arrest.
The stolen music items includ-
ed a Gibson tan-colored guitar
valued at $1,000, a refurbished
light blue and white guitar valued
at $300, a purple Fender electric
guitar with a Gators sticker val-
ued at $600 and a Peavey ampli-
fier 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.
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Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010 Union County Times ___ __3A


Monument
placed to honor
Purple Heart
recipients

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

On Dec. 10, the Lake City
Chapter 772 Florida Military
Order of Purple Heart dedicated
a .monument to honor all Purple
Heart recipients.
The monument was placed
next to the Veterans Memorial
monument located at the Lake
Butler Masonic Lodge.
Chartered by Congress in
.1958, The Military Order of the
Purple Heart is comprised of
military men and women who
received the Purple Heart medal
for wounds suffered in combat.
The new Lake Butler monu-
ment was erected to honor all
members of the United States
armed forces who have been
awarded the Purple Heart medal.
"Words can add little signifi-
cance to the sacrifices made by
our servicemen and women in
the name of freedom," said Com-
mander Michael Nemesh.


Support troops
when renewing
driver's license
or tag
Floridians now can make a
donation to the nation's military
men and women when they ap-
ply for or renew their driver's
license or vehicle registration,
either online or in person. By
simply checking a box and in-
dicating the amount they wish
to donate, state residents can be
part of the nationwide Support
Our Troops campaign to en-
hance the well-being and morale
of military members and their
families.
Representatives of Sup-
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voluntary donation check box
to generate more than $100,000
annually for care packages, food
treats and other support programs
that the organization provides for
the troops and'their families.
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states, SupportOurTroops.org
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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 DecendTent 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 'WO (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
RUSSELL A. WADE III, P.A.
155 SE 6"' Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Personal Representative
Clayborn H. Driggers III
15713 West SR 238
Lake Butler, FL 32054
12/9 2tchg 12/16-UCT


Taking part in the dedication of the Military Order of the Purple Heart monument
were Union County High School JROTC members (I-r) Anna Castillo, Jessica Church,
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Cancer Resource
Center open
The new Lake Butler Cancer Re-
source Center is located at 855 SW
6th St. (in the former SREC build-
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The center will be open from
9 a.m.-3 p.m. on Mondays and
Wednesday. The center is a source


for information and services for can-
cer patients, caregivers and anyone
else in the community who is seek-
ing information on programs and
services offered by the American
Cancer Society.
UCHS yearbooks
Union County High School year-
books are now on sale. There are
three packages to choose from: year-


book only-$50, yearbook with
name plate-$60, or yearbook with
name plate and your child's photo
on the cover-$70. These special
packages are only available until
Christmas. After that, the yearbook
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cost of $75. Please see Carla Dicks
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BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

In May of this year, Union
County Sheriff's Office Investiga-
tor Jerry Feltner began an investi-
gation into allegations that four
women were sexually assaulted
by the same man, Jeffrey A. Ben-
nett, age 46, from 1989-1995 .The
alleged incidents took place when
the women were between the ages
of 11-15 years old.
According to Feltner, the first
victim came forward to Bennett's
wife in August 2009 while the
couple were going through a di-
vorce.
The victim alleged that the,
woman's soon-to-be ex-husband
had committed sexual assault
against her numerous times when
she spent the summer of 1994
with the couple. At that time, the
victim was only 12 years old.
The victim further alleged that
during that same summer, another
young girl was staying with them,
and Bennett had sexually assault-
ed her as well. Investigators have
not yet located this victim.
A third woman came forward
and alleged she was also sexually
assaulted by Bennett a number of
times during the summer of 1995
when she was 11 years old and
staying with the couple to help
them with babysitting.
Yet another victim then came
forward and alleged that during
the summer of 1989 when she
was 15 years old, he sexual as-
saulted her four times. The vic-
tim stated that the abuse stopped
when the married man found an-
other girlfriend. Later, the couple


moved away for several months
then moved back to the Lulu area.
The victim, who now had a child,
said she again went to stay with.
the couple and Bennett allegedly
continued the abuse.
The victim said Bennett threat-
ened her by saying she would be
sorry if she told anyone. The vic-
tim alleged that she did try back
then to tell Bennett's wife, how-
ever, there was a fight and the
woman only believed the victim.
was trying to have an affair with
her husband.
After taking statements from
the victims, Feltner contacted
Bennett who agreed to speak with
him at the sheriff's office. Feltner
wrote in his report that Bennett
appeared to be very nervous and
would not make eye contact with
the investigator.

Bennett told Feltner that the
girls made the stories up and thai
his former wife had made the
girls tell these lies against him.
According to Feltner, Bennett re-
fused to take a polygraph test or a
voice stress analysis, only saying'
he had nothing further to say to
the investigator.
The information was given tod
the state attorney's office for con-
sideration and on Dec. 1, Bennett
was arrested and charged with.
four counts of sexual assault.
Feltner stated that even thougl-
the alleged incidents took place'
between 15-20 years ago, Ben-
nett could still be facing capital.
felony charges because some of"
the victims were under the age of-_
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NEWS FRO~l BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION



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


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



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next step and expanding to 12
teams, but also added there's
no rush to do that.
"We'll take it one step at a
time," he said.
It may not be known
statewide, but this year's
tournament certainly has


regional appeal with
neighboring schools Keystone
and Union participating as well
as two schools from Clay
County, one from Alachua
County, one from Duval
County and one from St. Johns
County.


"I think we've got a great
field," Chandler said.
Bartram Trail was winless as
of Dec. 13, while Keystone
and Clay were each 2-3, but
the rest of the field had .500
records or better after the
conclusion of games last week.


Union and Gainesville were
each 3-3, Fleming Island was
5-2 and First Coast and
Bradford were 3-1 and 4-1,
respectively.
Chandler said he felt it was
important to get Keystone and
Union involved not just


because it will most likely
positively impact crowd
attendance, but because it
gives those schools and
Bradford the chance of
possibly playing each other
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Bradford High
School band
members
Jenny Starnes
(left) and Austin
Nazworth
(right) perform
during football
season.


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


Gladys McRae
(center) hap-
pens to meet
up with a cou-
ple of service
personnel at
the Starke Post ,. .
Office as she -
prepares to -
mail knitted .
caps to a unit
overseas. The .
soldier to
McRae's right
is unknown, but .
the one on .
McRae's left is
Staff Sgt. Kyle
Lizenbee of the
2nd Battalion,
211t' Regiment. I



Women's church group makes


caps for troops overseas


Bradford High School band invit(

to governor's inauguration


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


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


in 2008. He said the As
have made great
musically and have put
work ethic this year I
never seen before.
"We've got a fantastic
class," Hall said. "I give
a lot of credit for establish
leadership system."
Leadership and a
work ethic will most
help the band during thi
Though FBA and

See BAND pag


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Regional News/Sports Editor
A knitted cap can instill a
sense of pride in the person
who put forth the time and
effort into knitting it, but for a
group of First Presbyterian
Church of Starke .women,
knitted caps meant so much
more than a matter of personal
pride. The caps became links
with those who are serving
bad overseas.
Eight women at the church
participated in a "Hats for
Heroes" project, knitting skull
caps for military members
students serving in Afghanistan. The
strides caps serve as barriers between
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e them during cold nights.
shing a "It's something so many
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the project by donating yarn.)
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year.
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Jaren Leigh Revels of
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announce their engagement
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Revels is the daughter of
Jerry and Jana Revels Jr. of
Starke. She graduated from
Bradford High School and is
attending Santa Fe College.
She is employed by Camp
Blanding Joint Training Center
and Sonny's, and is a member
of Kingsley Lake Baptist
Church.
Sapp is the son of Pam
Hodges of Lawtey and Glenn
Sapp of Starke. He is
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member of Laura Baptist
Church in Starke.
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Crime & Punishment ______


Bradford bar
closed down
after sting
George's Bar, on S.R. 16
near C.R. 225 in Bradford
County was temporarily closed
and two bartenders were
arrested after a multi-agency
sting Dec. 11.
The Bradford County
Sheriffs Office (BCSO), the
Florida Alcoholic Beverage
and Tobacco Agency, the
Florida State Fire Marshal's
Office and the Bradford
County Building and Zoning
Department cooperated in the
effort, said BCSO Capt. Brad
Smith.
After receiving several
complaints and responding to
numerous calls at George's
Bar over the last few weeks,
Smith said the
multijurisdictional operation
was planned.
The first phase of the plan
was to send underage people
into the bar to see if bartenders
would serve them alcohol.
After-two different bartenders
served alcohol to underage
people, they-were arrested.
In the second phase, officials
from the various agencies
involved sent people in to
conduct inspections in their
respective fields. Capt. Smith
said the inspections that
concerned officials most were
when the state fire marshal
found that some of the fire
exits were padlocked to
prevent entry or exit. The
building inspector also
discovered exposed electrical
wires and unlawful wiring.
The bar was closed, at least
temporarily, and the owner
was cited. A meeting was
scheduled for early- this week
in which the owner will
discuss these issues with
representatives from all the
agencies. During the meeting,
the owner will be notified of
corrective actions that need to
be taken.
The two bartenders arrested
were Wanda Edwards Griffis,
44, of Lawtey and Joanna K.
Thornton4 24, of Starke. Both
were charged with selling"'
alcoholic beverages to an
underage person. Neither
asked for ID or inquired about
the age of the customer. Both
customers were 18.
Griffis and Thornton were
booked into the Bradford
County Jail and released on
their own recognizance on
Dec. 12.


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

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


arrived. he found that
Diston's license was
suspended. \Vhitehead also
observed a bag of white
powder lying in plain view on
the driver's seat. It tested
positive for cocaine. Diston
was charged with driving
while license is suspended or
revoked and possession of a
controlled substance.
John Eric Driggers, 51, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
13 by UCSO Deputy David
'Shane for disorderly
intoxication after allegedly
standing in the middle of the
street, shouting obscenities and
disturbing the neighborhood.
Michael Scott Garmon, 20,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 11 by SPD officers for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond was set at $2,000 and he
was released on bond Dec. 11.
Linda Hankerson, 30, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 11 by
BCSO deputies for failure to
appear in court for an original
felony charge. She was
released on Dec. 12.

William Aaron Heaton Sr.,
41, of Lawtey was arrested
Dec. 12 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead after allegedly
violating house arrest
requirements by leaving the
location he was ordered to
remain in. He then allegedly
broke into a Lake Butler
residence where members of
his family were staying. He
was charged with burglary of
an occupied structure and
criminal mischief with
property damage. He was also
charged with launching a
missile into a dwelling after
allegedly throwing an
unknown object through the
window.
Donovan Henderson, 26, a
Department of Corrections
inmate, was charged Dec. 7
with lewd or lascivious
exhibition. Bond was set at
$5,000 and he was returned to
the custody of DOC on Dec. 7.
Evan Mark Henderson, 31,
,of &Starki.ga r'ested,,.Dec. ..,.
by SPD officers and BCSO
deputies for battery, burglary,
fleeing and attempting to elude
an officer, and failure to
appear in court for an original
felony charge. He was being
held on no bond and remained
in jail as of press time.
John Colman Kelley, 23, of
Gainesville was arrested Dec.


12 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond Dec. 12.
Justen Kelley, 21, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 9 by Clay County
Sheriffs Office (CCSO)
deputies for forgery and
uttering a forged instrument.
Jerry L. Lewis, 30, of
Lawtey was arrested Dec. 8 by
SPD officers for possession of
cocaine. He was released on
Dec. 8.
Ashley Nicole Loree, 20, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 9 by SPD officers for
retail theft. Bond was set at
$500 and she was released on
bond Dec. 9.
Jeramie Lowe, 34, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 7 by CCSO deputies on a
warrant for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked.
Dustn Mitchell McSpadden,
23, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 8 by UCSO Deputy
Shane for possession of less
than 20 grams aof marijuana
and possession of narcotic
equipment. McSpadden was
allegedly knocking on doors in
a residential area late at night
and requesting assistance
because he had been in a
traffic accident. When Shane
arrived, he was given consent
to search McSpadden and
found the illegal items on his
person.
Shirley Michelle Meier, 25,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 11
by BCSO deputies for DUI.
She was released on Dec. 11.
Tyler Addison Moore, 19, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 10 by
BCSO deputies on warrants for
five counts of possession of
obscene material on his
computer following an
investigation by the state
attorney's office. He was
released on Dec. 10.
Timothy Bruce Newman,


52, of Hampton was arrested
Dec. 11 by BCSO deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$25,000 and he remained in
jail as of press time.
Tina Phillips, 46, of Starke
was arrested Dec. 7 by BCSO
deputies on two counts of
larceny. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released
on bond Dec. 7.
John Porter, 45, of Hampton
was arrested Dec. 9 by CCSO
deputies on warrants for five
counts of grand theft and one
count of burglary to an
unoccupied dwelling.
Roddy Bryant Reynolds, 31,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 12
by BCSO deputies for refusing
to submit to a DUI test. He
was released on Dec. 12.
Bruce Donnell Richardson,
20, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 7 by UCSO Capt. HM.
Tomlinson on a warrant for
failure to appear in court for an
original felony charge.
Kyle Sharp, 21, of Cornwall,
N.Y., was arrested Dec. 6 by
SPD officers for two counts of
attaching a tag not assigned to
the vehicle or trailer. Bond was
set at $1,000 and he was
released on bond Dec. 6.
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controlled substance without a-,
prescription and possession of
less than 20 grams of-
marijuana. Bond was set at""
$6,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time. :'
Vernon Wayne Todd, 36, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 7 by,
-BCSO deputies for burglary of
an unoccupied dwelling, ,
larceny, giving false ,.
information to a pawn dealer..;
and dealing in stolen property.
Bond was set at $30,000 and,
he remained in jail as of press:;.
time.
Raymond Scott White, 35,;
of High Springs was arrested
Dec. 1 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a warrant for '
contempt of court-child'
support. He may purge the"'
charge by paying $3,470.
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possession of narcotic ;i:
equipment. Bond was set at .,
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Bradford takes
3rd at wrestling
tournament in
St. Augustine
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
The Bradford wrestling team
traveled to St. Augustine on
Dec. 11 and placed third in
what one of its coaches
described as "the toughest
tournament in the state."
Bradford, the only Class IA'
school participating, was close
to placing second, losing 42-40
in its last match of the
tournament.
"We wrestled a great match
against Bartram Trail," said
coach Chris Adams, adding
that Bartram Trail is a top-five.
Class 2A school.
Kevin Wright (119-pound
class), Drew Reddish (145),
Devin Paulk (152) and Phillip
James (189) each went 4-1.
James had the fastest pin
among the Tornado wrestlers
at eight seconds.
Adams said his pick for
wrestler of the week was
tough, seeing how well every
team member performed at the
St. Augustine tournament, but
he selected freshman Jaraid
Forsyth, who wrestles in the
135 class. One of the
highlights of the tournament
was Forsyth's 13-5 major
decision over a Bartram Trail
wrestler who competed in last
year's state finals.
Prior to the touranment, the
Tornadoes competed against
West Nassau in Callahan on
Dec. 7, winning 58-24.
The Tornadoes had 'a 15-2
record heading into their match
this past Tuesday against
Baker County.
"We're way ahead of
schedule," Adams said.
* Bradford will host
Fernandina Beach on
Thursday, Dec. 16, at 6 p.m.

Lady Tigers

remain perfect

in district with

big win over KH
BY GIAFH MELLEY -.
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Union County held the
visiting Keystone Heights
Indians to 14 points en route to
a 48-14 south District. 4-3A
girls' basketball win on Dec. 7.
'Anbreyal Stewart had 21
points, five rebounds and five
steals for the Tigers, who
improved to 3-0 against south
district teams. Lashae Mitchell
led the team with six rebounds,
while also finishing with five
steals.
Khadij~h '9ones-who had
nine points-Quanesha
Edwards, Shakeyla Griffin and
Teyona Jenkins all had five
rebounds each for Union.

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

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

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

Tigers split 2 games
after defeating KHHS
Following the win"' over
Keystone, the Tigers were
overwhelmed by perennial
power Ribault on Dec. 10, but
bounced back to defeat
Madison County by 28 points
on Dec. I1.
In a 67-27 loss to Ribault,
the Trojans outscored Union
45-18 in the first half. Stewart



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scored 14 points and grabbed
six rebounds. Jenkins had six
steals.
Jenkins and Stewart each
scored in double figures in a
48-20 win over Madison.
Jenkins had 10 points, six
steals and four assists, while
Stewart had 23"points and six
rebounds.
Jones added eight points.
The Tigers (5-2) played
south district opponent
Interlachen this past Tuesday
and will travel to play south
district opponent Crescent City
on Thursday, Dec. 16, at 7:30
p.m. following a junior varsity
game at 6 p.m.
Union, will travel to Fort
Lauderdale to play in a
Christmas tournament
beginning Saturday, Dec. 18.
UCHS/Ribault


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


7-67
2-27


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




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

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

KH girls end 3-

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


Ke\ stone. %which outscored
West Nassau 14-3 in the first
quarter. Hannah Hamilton
dished out five assists.


Score by Quarter
WNHS: 3 9 12
KHHS: 14 6 9


7-31
14-43


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

Bishop Snyder

hands BHS girls

second loss
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Lakia Bright scored 24
points, but the Bradford girls'
basketball team couldn't
overcome a 21-point deficit at
the half of a 73-55 loss to
north District 4-3A opponent
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Score by Quarter
BSHS: 23 16 15 20-73
BHS: 7 11 25 12-55

Bradford (55): Bright 24,
Diggs 6, C. Jackson 4, Portis 7,
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Free throws: 11-20.

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Bright and Williams added
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Score by Quarter
IHS: 2 9
BHS: 26 26


7--27
10-68


Bradford (68): Bright 9,
Chandler 2, Diggs 12, C.
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Jenkins 12, Portis 4, Slocum 1,
Smith 2, Williams 8. Free
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Obituaries


Macie Allen
'Il I.ROS) l-Micic (' Allen, 95.
li \Mlclrosc. died tn I LILsdaJ Dec.
I-. 201]( at the Ponce Thcraps
(Care ('enter in St. \Auustinc. lMri.
Allen ais born oin April 7. 1915,
in ('recnihoirio. to the lite Ernest
. and \Mac Belle C(hesler
In 1954 Mr\lr. Allen mmed to
lcMlrose from .lcksom lllc. She
\\as a homemtaker. a member of
t!,e Meclrosc Hloncinakcrs, and
-lianm Hnaptist Church.
She was preceded in dcath b\
her husband. \\Vil 1. \Allen, and
her three sisters. She is sulrs ised
h : her son, Joihn \mV. (I(heresa)
Allen Sr. of St. Augustine: five
grandchildren eight great-
grandchildren. aind five great-
ricat-grandchildrrcn.
F'luneral ser\ ices \\ill b heeld on
T[hursdai, Dec. 16. at I p.m. at
Eliam Baptist Church with Pastor
Rick Ergle officiatinm. Burial will
lollo iatl the E-liam (emetery in
Melrose. Arrangement?, are under
the care of .Jones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Keystone
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lames Brown
STARKE-James "Jim" Edward
Brown, 65, of Starke, died on
Monday, Dec. 13. 2010. He was
born in Millcreek. Okla. to the late
James Edward Brown and Verna
Brown. He swas preceded in death
by his sons, Jimmy Brown Jr. and
Jeffery Lynn Brown.
* He is survived by: his wife of
24 years, Flora Alicq Brown of
Starke; his children, Susan
Jackson and Sarah Ballinger, both
of Starke, and Kathie (Ronnie)
Lewis of Gainesville; his brother,
Rusty Douglas of Durant, Okla.; a
sister, Cindy Brown of'Salt Lake
City, Utah: seven grarlmchildrcn
and 12 great-grandchildren.
,Funeral services will be held on
Monday, Dec. 20, at Archie
Tarner Funeral Services at 2 p.m.
with Pastor Wayne Spratlin
officiating. Family will recei\xi
friends one hour prior to service.
In' lieu of flowers, the family is
requesting that donations be. made
to the funeral home to assist'swith
funeral expenses. Arrangements
are' under the care of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.

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


with the Rev. Phillip Bowles
officiating. Interment was at Fall
Creek Cemetery with military
honors. Layne Funera' Home of
Palmer. Tenn. is ir charge of
arrangements. Online condolences
ma\ be sent to
la\ nefuneralhom,. Om.


James Dyal


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


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


he served on the deacon board. He
attended the local schools of
Bradford County.
He is survived by: his wife,
Mary Brow;n Holmes of Starke:
sons. Randy Newkirk and Albert
Jones, both of Miami; a daughter,
Betty Jones of Miami: a sister,
Lillie Mae Riley of Starke: and
brothers, Ted Bro1i n of Hgmpton.
J.C. Brown of Lawtey, and Dozre
Brown of St. Petersburg.
Funeral services for Mr.
Holmes will be on Saturday, Dec.
18, at 11 a.m. in the Macedonia
Missionary Baptist Church in
Hampton with the Rev. J.B.
Richardson conducting the
services. Interment will be held in
Oddfellow Cemetery in Starke
under the direction of Haile
Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be held on Friday,
Dec. 17, at the Carl D. Haile
Memorial Chapel in Starke with
family hour from 3-4 p.m., and
friends may visit from 4-8 p.m.
Viewing will be at the church one
hour prior to the service. Family
will meet at the home of Mrs.
Mary Holmes, 15000 SE 44''
Ave., Starke, at 10 a.m. on
Saturday to form the cortege.

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


Claudia Raysin
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Claudia Ruth Raysin, 59, of
Keystone Heights, died at St.
Vincent's Medical Center in
Jacksonville on Tuesday, Dec. 7,
2010. Shewas'Ti6rn ii' Miamr' on'
': Nov. 3, 195 1',4othb-!late Harry'arid.d
Ruth Council. She was a
homemaker and a member of the
Raiford Road Church in
Macclenny.
Mrs. Raysin was preceded in
death by her husband, David
Raysin, in 2004. She is survived
by: her children, Angela Raysin
Hatton of Jacksonville, and Shawn
E. Raysin of Keystone Heights; a
sister, Janice Wheeler of Glenn St.
Mary; and four grandchildren.
A memorial service for Mrs.
Raysin will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are under the 'care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Hoie
of Keystone Heights.

Alice Regar
STARKE-Alice "Faye" Regar,
57, of Starke, died on Tuesday,
Dec. 7, 2010, in Lake City. Mrs.
Regar was born in Jacksonville on
Nov. 12, 1953, to the late Leslie
and Viola Varnes Crews and was
a lifelong area resident. She was a
Methodist, worked for Hardee's
for many years, and prior to her
illness, worked as a medical
transportation driver.
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agent, and he \vas very fond of the
community he served. He \vas an.
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grandchildren, Madelynne,
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friends. He was preceded in death
by two brothers and a sister, Ray
and Altus Southall, and Lorene
Lloyd, and his father and mother,
Robert and Rubettie Southall.
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Rev. Keith Sexton. The family
will receive friends immediately
following the service in the
fellowship hall of the church. In
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Tornadoes win fourth straight, defeat Indians in district matchup


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


run started with a three-
pointer, while Darrin Blye
scored six straight points. Blye
made four straight free throws
and scored on a layup
following a Keystone turnover,
the Indians fifth turnover in six
possessions.
The Indians (2-3, 1-2 south-
District 4 prior to Dec. 14) cut
into the lead with five straight
points to close out the quarter.
Dalton Campbell scored, drew
a foul and made the ensuing
free throw, while Chase Julius
scored td make the score 18-
I1.
McBride started the second
quarter with a steal and slam










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


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


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


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


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


p.m.
Both Keystone and Bradford
will play in the Lake-Area
McDonald's Christnas
Tournament, hosted by the
Kiwanis Club'of Starke, next
week at Bradford High School.
See related story for more
information.


Score by Quarter
BHS: 18 15
KHHS: 11 11


22 20-75
9 14-45


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

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


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


from Isaac Johnson.

Score by Quarter
UCHS: 11 ,19 11
KHHS:' 13 19 14


14-55
10-56


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

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

UC travels to Live Oak,
drops second straight


Isaac Johnson was the
game's second leading scorer
with 21. points, but the Tigers
dropped their second straight
game, losing 72-49 to
Suwanee on Dec. 9 in Live
Oak.
The host Bulldogs built a
six-point lead in the first
quarter before outscoring the
Tigers 22-8 in the second for a
41-21 halftime lead.
Darius Corbitt added 11
points for the Tigers (3-3
overall), who played south
district opponent Interlachen
this past Tuesday. Union will
host south district. opponent
Crescent City on Friday, Dec.
17, at 7:30 p.m. following a
junior varsity game at 6 p.m.
The Tigers will compete in
the Lake Area McDonald's
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sq. ft. on Edwards road
for $1,200 Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
49 Mobile
Homes for Sale
USED 2001 16 X 70 3BR/
2BA, very clean, new
carpet. Will deliver and
set-up. $20,500. Call
Bruce 386-418-0438.
USED 28 X 80, 4BR/2BA,
1999 Fleetwood, new car-
\ pet, A/C included, super
lean, must see, $39,995.
Will deliver and set-up.
Call Kyle at 386-288-
0267.
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blewide, set-up and de-
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$18,200. Must see! Call,
Kyle at 386-288-0267.


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50 For Rent
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for rent. In good condition,
for more information call:
904-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
apt. CH/A, fully electric,
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at 904-964-4303.
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for rent at the Magnolia
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rates, by the month. Call
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Lake Butler, FL. Call 386-
496-8111.
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APARTMENTS "Winter
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hook-ups, pool, computer
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out towards Lulu. $600
security, $600 rent, no
smoking, service animals
9 only. Call 904-966-0765.
BEAUTIFUL HISTORIC
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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
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3595.
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PRIVATE LOT in Raiford
on CR 229. 2/1, $500/
mth. Call 386-431-1917
or 904-966-1396.

4BR/2BA HOUSE ON LAKE
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Heights. $900/mo. First,
last and security deposit.
Call 352-494-3714.
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Starke. 812 North Thomp-
son. Completely remod-
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carpet, vinyl and paint,
etc. Still under construc-
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Service animals only.
References. $650/mo.
plus $650 deposit. Call
904-662-3735

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in quiet community, $425
per month with $300 se-
curity deposit. Call 352-
475-6285.
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$650/mo. Call 904-782-
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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.
THREE RENTAL UNITS:
3BR/2BA house in Hamp-
ton, $850/mo. plus de-
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fenced yard and many
extras. 3BR/2BA home in
Starke, $850/mo. plus de-
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privacy fenced yard and
lots of extras, 1BR/1BA
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or 352-473-7123 or 352-
214-7411.
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NEW, 3/1, CH/A. Mini
blinds and insulated win-
dows throughout, new
carpet and congoleum,
wood deck; nice yard,
quiet area. $525/mth plus
deposit, senior discount.
Call 904-571-6561 or
352-468-1093. SE 49th
Ave., Starke.


STARKE 2BR/1BA SWMH
OUTSIDE city limits, CH/
A, $450/mo. plus deposit.
352-235-6319.
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nice area, lawn & mainte-
nance included, $485 per
month plus deposit. Call
904-364-8301.
FOR RENT MH 2BR/1 BA,
CH/A, clean, $525 + de-
posit. Call 904-769-9559,
leave a message.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 2BR/
1.5BA, SWMH, CH/A,
porch, large wooded lot.
$300/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-213-4563.


52 Animals and
Pets
COCKATIEL'S FOR SALE.
1 male, 1 female, breed-
ing pair, $150. Call 386-
496-0016.
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.
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weeks old, $60, wormed,
2 female, 1 male. Call
352-473-0847 or 352-
478-6761.

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tools, kitchen, Christmas
items, sports, clothes
& misc. South on SR
21, turn right at Nick's
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right.
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Gators chomp the competition at tournament
The North Florida Gators, composed of several players from Lake Butler, won the
Mizuno Fall Championships in Lake City on Nov. 21. The team of 7-8-year-olds de-
feated the Lake City Diamond Extreme 18-14, the PanamarCity Patriots 20-14 and
the Jacksonville Storm 13-11. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Jake O'Steen, Greg Falck,
Braxton Dukes, Quinten Rawls, Jacob Thornton, (middle, I-r) John Rechsteiner,
Brian Kish, Landon Hollingsworth, Ethan Tam, Eric Dickerson, Luke Ridley, (back, I-
r) assistant coach Joey O'Steen, general manager Daniel Dukes, assistant coach
Paul Kish, head coach Ryan Tam and assistant coach Brian Ridley.


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


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


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


TOURNEY
Continued from Page 1B
without the results affecting
district standings. (Bradford,
Keystone and Union are all in
District 4-3A.)
Bradford, Keystone, and
Union are natural rivals, and
Chandler feels the same can
probably be said about the
Clay County, and Jacksonville
schools'.
If he had to look at the field
and not pick his own team,
Chandler said the team that
stands out is Gainesville.
Though the Purple Hurricanes
were only 3-3 after play ended
last week, they are coming off
of an appearance in the Class
5A regional finals last season
.....and state title in 2009.
Gainesville, which was also
a state semifinalist in 2008,
finished last season with a 24-.
7 record.
"That's a team you always.
see as a threat in a
tournament," Chandler said.
Another strong team is First
Coast, which is coming off of
a Class 6A regional' final
appearance. The Buccaneers
were 25-4 last season.
"I think we've got a great
mix of competitiveness and
rivalry games," Chandler said.
Union and Bartram Trail get
things started with a 2 p.m. tip-
off on Ded. 21. The rest of the
day's schedule is Fjrst Coast
against Fleming Island at 4
p.m., Keystone against
Gainesville at 6 p.m. and:
Bradford. against Clay at 8
p.m. .
On Dec. 22, the losers of the
Union-Bartram Trail: and
Bradford-Clay games play at 2
p.m., while the losers of the
other two matchups play at 4
p.m. The First Coast-Fleming
Island and Keystone-
Gainesville winners play at 6
p.m., while the Bradford-Clay
and Union-Bartram Trail
winners play at 8 p.m.
The third day of the
tournament- Dec. 23-v'will


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


BAND
Continued from Page 2B

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


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


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


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


Clay County

Sheriff
904-264-6512


Union County

Sheriff
386:496-2501


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


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


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


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


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


Good Shepherd I4
Lutheran Church (LCMS)
Children's Church 10 a.m.
Sunday Scho6l 9 a.m. Worship Service at 10 a.m.
4900 NW 182nd Way Starke
(Entrance to Conerly Estates on S.R. 16)
(904) 964-8855 gslcstarke@aol.com
John R. Buchheimer, Pastor
Everyone Welcomd!


Between saying and doing many a pair of shoes is
worn out, -Italian Proverb


Bradford

County Sheriff

904-966-6161

tips@bradfordsheriff.com


Starke Police

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


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


in Lake Butler.

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


Army mission and' received
instruction and training
exercises in drill and
ceremonies, Army history,
core values and traditions,
military courtesy, military
justice, physical fitness, first
aid, rifle marksmanship,
weapons use, map reading and
land navigation, foot marches,
armed and unarmed combat,
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tactics.
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Haines of Bonaire, Ga. He is a
2010 graduate of Warner
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Georgia.

Luycx graduates
basic training
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R. Luycx has graduated from
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Sill, Lawton, Okla.


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