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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: January 6, 2011
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Florida


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Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011 98th Year -


36th Issue 75 CENTS


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Vehicle takes out utility pole...

According to Florida Highway Patrol Lt. William Leeper, on Dec. 30, at 7:47 a.m., the driver of a 1999 Chevrolet
lost control of the vehicle, struck a utility pole and overturned on Lake Avenue near SW 5th Street in Lake
Butler. The driver then fled the scene on foot. At 8:02 a.m., the vehicle was reported stolen to the Union
County Sheriff's Office. An investigation revealed that Mark Crawford, 27, of Lake Butler, whose driver's
license had been revoked, was the driver of the vehicle. Crawford was arrested by UCSO deputies at 9:45
a.m. and transported to the Union County Jail. Pictured is FHP Trooper Jeff Hattle and UCSO Capt. Marvin
Tomlinson looking over evidence at the scene of a crash.


WS mayor
temporarily
steps down in
open letter
To the residents of the town
limits of Worthington Springs:
When I was requested by the
town council to serve as a mem-
ber many years ago, I was eager
to participate as an unpaid volun-
teer, as are all council members. I
was hoping to bring my financial
business experience to the table
and incorporate it under govern-
ment bureaucracy. As many of
you know, this is sometimes a
challenge in itself.
Over the years, I have taken
pride in building and upgrading
the town so that more opportuni-
ties and amenities may be pro-
vided to all in the community.
With funds I have managed to
acquire from state and federal
agencies, we have been able to
upgrade our ballpark with many
new features including lights,
dugouts, a concession stand and
electronic score board, to name
just a few.
A new park with a rose gar-
den gazebo and picnic area and
See RIMES page 3A


Crime rate for serious

offenses increases in UC


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

The Florida Department of Law
Enforcement (FDLE) maintains
crime statistics in a statewide
database that lists the number of
crimes that occur and determines
crime and clearance rates.
Known as the Uniform Crime
Report program, the goal of the
program is to have an indicator
of the crime conditions within a
geographic jurisdiction.
As this information is reported
from local law enforcement agen-
cies to FDLE, it is published in
semi-annual and annual reports
to inform the commissioner, gov-
ernor, legislature, other govern-
ment officials and the public of
the types, magnitude and trends
of crimes committed in Florida.
The offenses covered by the
UCR program include: mur-
der; forcible sex offenses (rape,
sodomy, fondling); robbery; ag-
gravated assault (aggravated
stalking); burglary (breaking
and entering); larceny/theft (pick
pocketing, purse snatching, shop-
lifting, theft from a motor vehicle
or its parts, theft of coin-operated
machines, 'theft from buildings
and all other larcenies); simple
assault (simple, stalking, intimi-
dation); motor vehicle theft and
arson.
Also included in the UCR pro-
gram are arrest data and crime
clearance rates.
In addition to the above, the
UCR program is used to collect
and report annual data on do-
mestic violence offenses, motor
vehicle recovery information,
stolen property and recovered


stolen property values.
For the first half of 2010, there
were 89 UCR offenses reported
to FDLE by the Union County
Sheriff's Office.
Those crimes included three
forcible sex offenses (rape), 17
aggravated assaults, 34 burglar-
ies, 34 larcenies and one motor
vehicle theft. Of those 89 offens-
es, the sheriff's office showed a
56.2 percent clearance rate.
Compared to the first half of
2009, this indicates a 43.5 per-
cent index crime increase in
Union County. Only two other
counties showed such signifi-
cant increases in the percentage
of index crimes compared to the
previous year: Gilchrist Coun-
ty (68.4 percent) and Monroe
County (60.6 percent).
(It should be noted that since
the original numbers for 2009
were low in smaller counties
like Union, an increase of only a
few criminal incidents could re-
sult in a large overall percentage
increase. For example, Union
County had 13 aggravated as-
saults reported in the first six
months of 2009 and 17 reported
in the first six months of 2010.
That is an increase of only four
assaults over the six-month peri-
od. However, that also computes
to a 23-percent increase in the
number of aggravated assaults.)
Between January and June
2010,. there were 254 arrests
made in Union County. Of that
number, 239 were adults and 15
were juveniles.
The Union County Sheriff's
Office made 203 of the arrests,


The Florida
Department
of Law
Enforcement's
Crime Clock
is a collective
representation
of the state's
Uniform Crime
Report data.
It represents
Florida's annual
ratio of crime
to fixed time
intervals.

One index crime
is committed
every 38
seconds
One property
crime every 44
seconds
One violent
crime every 4
minutes & 38
seconds
One murder
every 8 hours &
37 minutes
One forcible
rape every
I hour & 36
minutes
One forcible sex
offense every 52
minutes
One robbery
every 17
minutes
One aggravated
assault every 7
minutes
One larceny
every 1 minute
One burglary
every 3 minutes
One motor
vehicle theft
every 10
minutes


See CRIME page 3A


Man attempts suicide


BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

Just after 8 a.m. on Jan. 3, In-
vestigator Jerry Feltner with the
Union County Sheriff's Office
responded to a Raiford residence
in regard to shots fired in a pos-
sible suicide attempt.


Upon his arrival, Feltner ob-
served a man sitting in the driv-
er's seat of a black Nissan in the
driveway of the residence.
The man,later identified as 51-
year-old John Berkley, appeared
to be breathing hard and was
unresponsive to any of Feltner's
questions.


Feltner observed a revolver
in the vehicle and said the man
appeared to have two gunshot
wounds.
Union County Emergency
Medical Services arrived on the
scene and treated Berkley, who
Swas transported via helicopter to
Shands AGH.
According to the incident re-
port, Berkley's wife told Felt-
ner that Berkley had arrived


that morning and they were go-
ing to the courthouse to file for
an uncontested divorce. Once
they were both in the vehicle,
the woman alleged that Berk-
ley stated he never wanted to do
this, then said "bye" and pulled
out a handgun. She said she tried
to convince him to put the gun
down, but Berkley fired on him-
self anyway after she exited the
vehicle and entered the house to


dial 911.
Berkley is expected to recover
from his injuries.

More charges
filed on burglars

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

More charges have been filed


against Linfert Cameron Gip-
son and Christopher John Rob-
bins, both of Lake Butler. The
men have remained in the Union
County Jail since their arrest fol-
lowing the Dec. 12 burglary of
a home on S.R. 121. The RMC
K-9 led officers to the home of
Gipson, 19, who was found in
possession of the stolen items.

See CHARGES page 2A


Deadline Monday 5 p.m. before publication


* Phone (386) 496-2261


ucti*nFax (in386tr4 -2RS


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BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

As of press time on Jan. 4,
John Rimes III, as mayor of
Worthington Springs, along with
the town's attorney, Layne Pre-
bor Jr., had yet to sign the amend-
ment to the interlocal agreement
that was verbally agreed upon
Dec. 28.
County Finance Director Don-
na Jackson said residents would
not be left without the county-
provided fire, EMS and waste
collection services. The county
will continue to provide these
for the citizens of Worthington
Springs, even though Worthing-
ton Springs hasnot yet signed
the amendment.
As reported in the Dec. 30 edi-
tion of the Times, Rimes had.sent
the county a notice to terminate
the interlocal agreement. It was
finally agreed upon that all the
provisions of the 2005 agree-
ment would remain in effect,
less a questionable paragraph
stipulating that owners of vacant
residential rental property could
apply for a refund equal to 15
percent of the $120 special as-
sessment levied on property tax

See WS page 3A


CRIME CLOCK

2009

Annual






one
MURDER
S/ 4 11 t'ven 8 hours & 37 minutes

SI one
S FORCIBLE SEX OFFENSE
e'cvcv 52 minutes

one
P___ FORCIBLE RAPE
On vt',-r I houlr & 36 minulc'S
INDEX CRIME
every 38 seconds one
ROBBERY
one every 17 minutes
VIOLENT CRIME I
every 4 mi null es &8 38 secor..ds
S AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
one'vervet 7 minutes
PROPERTY CRIME
every 44 seconds

one

The Criint' Clock should be viewed vr--- 3 m ute
with care. Being the mot atggxrcgate
representation of UCtR data, it is designed, one
to conivv the atnnal reputed ri ime eve RCl
experience, by showing the relative .
frequency ol' occurrence of the Index oe-
(lrlnrrrs. The ~ode of display should not MOTOR
be taken to imply a rc:guIlritv in the Reve 10 minutes
rormminioo of FPrI I .iffinrs, rather, it
represt~ntls he annual ratio of crime to
'Lxed time intervals.


* Fax
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2A Union County Times Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011


Band Night
at the library
Jan. 15
Teens and older are invited
to the Union County Public Li-
brary's "Band Night" on Satur-
day, Jan. 15, from 7-10 p.m.
Featured bands will include
Postal Harmony, Stephen Brown,
Rob Spence, Tim & Daniel and
more.
The library is located at 250
SE 5th Ave. in Lake Butler. Ad-
mission is $5. All proceeds will
benefit the Junior Friends of the
Library Scholarship Fund. For
more information, please call
386-496-3432.

Sign up for Babe
Ruth baseball
throughout
January
Signups for Union County'
Babe Ruth baseball will take
place at the OJ. Phillips Recre-
ation Complex every Saturday
from 9 a.m.-noon during the
month of January.
All new Union County Babe
Ruth players must bring a copy
of their birth certificate to sign
up. The cost is $65 for T-ball
and $80 for all other divisions.
Players must be five years old by
May 1 to be eligible.
For more information, please
call' Denise Dukes at 386-496-
0908.

Girls softball
signups taking
place this month
Union County girls softball
registration will take place on
Saturday during the month of
January. The dates are Saturday,
Jan. 8, Jan. 15, Jan. 22 and Jan.
29. Registration will be held from
9 a.m.-noon at the OJ. Phillips
Recreational Complex on S.R.
121. The cost is $75 per player.
..If your child has not played
softball before in Union Count'y,
please bring a copy of her birth
certificate.
For more information, please
contact Regina Seay at 386-496-
1741.

Revival at Faith
Baptist Church
Jan. 9-14
Pastor R.L. Durham and the
congregation of Faith Bap-
tist Church, located at 104 SW
13h Ave. in Lake Butler, invite
everyone to their annual Janu-
ary revival services. The guest
preacher will be Evangelist Tim
CGien from Day Heights, Ohio,
wfbo has preached at the church
every January for more than 20
years.
Services will be held Sunday,
Jani. 9 Friday, Jan. 14. Sunday
service times are 10 a.m..and 11
a.ir. followed by lunch. Sun-
day evening service is at 6 p.m.
dMnday-Friday evening services
times will be 7 p.m. A nursery
wxll be provided for children
ages three and under. For more
information, call 386-496-3384.

Transportation
board meets
Jan. 11
The Union County Transpor-
tation Disadvantaged Coordinat-
ing Board will meet on Tuesday,
Jan. 11, at 1:15 p.m. The meet-
ing will take place in the county
commissioners' meeting room in
the Union County Courthouse.
At this meeting, the board will
review the transportation service
plan.


FDLE releases report of drug use found in autopsies


Worth

Noting


The Florida Department of
Law Enforcement (FDLE) re-
cently released the Florida Med-
ical Examiners Commission
Report on Drugs Identified in
Deceased Persons.
The report contains informa-
tion compiled from autopsies
performed by medical examin-
ers across the state from Janu-
ary-June 2010.
During that period, there were
approximately 89,800 deaths in
Florida. Of those, 4,150 indi-
viduals were found to have died
with one or more of the drugs
specified below in their bodies.
The report indicated the four
most frequently found drugs in
the deceased were ethyl alco-
hol (1,831), all benzodiazepines
(1,700 including 986 Alpra-
zolam occurrences), Oxycodo-
ne (1.117) and Cocaine (603).
The drugs that caused the most
deaths were Oxycodone, all
Benzodiazepines (with Alpra-
zolam accounting for the major-
ity of the deaths), Methadone,
Ethyl Alcohol and Cocaine.
"It is no longer just illegal


Gerald Bailey. "Even when
used correctly by a prescrib-
ing physician, these are potent
drugs. When abused, overused
and mixed, they can become


deadly."
Bruce Grant, director of the
Office of Drug Control, said,
'The Medical Examiners Com-
mission report for 2010 con-
tinues to show the lethal con-
sequences of the diversion and
abuse of prescription drugs."
'This new drug crisis rivals
the crack cocaine epidemic of
the 1980s. We must get agencies
at all levels of government along
with our communities and our
medical professionals to step up
and take action," said Grant.
The four drugs that were the
most lethal, meaning more than
50 percent of the deaths were
caused by the drug when the
drug was found, were Heroin
(83.3 percent), Methadone (75.5
percent), Oxycodone (64 per-
cent) and Fentanyl (52.5 per-
cent).
Heroin continues to be the
most lethal drug named in the
report; however, occurrences
decreased by 40 percent and
deaths caused by Heroin also
decreased by 40.5 percent over
the last half of 2009.


Deaths caused by Methadone
and Cocaine declined by 1.2
percent and 11.3 percent, re-
spectively, compared to the last
six months of 2009.
Occurrences of Oxycodone
(10.9 percent) and Hydroco-
done (4.1 percent). increased
when compared with the last six
months of 2009. Also, deaths
caused by Oxycodone (63 more
than July-December 2009)
and Hydrocodone (10 more
than July-December 2009) in-
creased.

The report also indicates that
prescription drugs continued to
be found more often than illicit
drugs in both lethal and non-le-
thal levels during the first part
of 2010. Prescription drugs ac-
counted for 81 percent of all
drug occurrences in this report
when ethyl alcohol is excluded.
The full Florida Medical Ex-
aminers Commission 2010 In-
terim Report of Drugs Identified
in Deceased Persons is available
on the FDLE Web site at www.
fdle.state.fl.us.


SRWMD issues water shortage advisory for this area


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, Suwan-
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 indoor and outdoor
water use through conservation
measures.
The district already has a land-
scape irrigation rule in place that
limits lawn ard landscape water-


CHARGES
Continued from Page 1A

Also found in his possession
were a number of stolen items
from other recent home burglar-
ies in the area.
A suspected accomplice,
Christopher John Robbins, 32, of
Lake Butler, was also arrested.
As the investigation continued,
Deputy Todd Hanlon and Major
Garry Seay determined that some
of the items were stolen from a
residence on Southwest 45t11
Trail. ,
The victim stated that the
home had been vacant for about
eight months, but was being used
as storage by the owner. Some-
time in late November and early
December, however, the victim
began too notice small items
missing, but thought they were
perhaps just misplaced or being
used by other family members.
According to the victim, he did
not see any signs of forced entry
to indicate a crime had occurred,
however, an investigation at the
residence revealed that although
the master bedroom window
was closed, the latch had been


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-
visory calls upon all residents to
voluntarily implement indoorand
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-


broken, allowing the window to
slide open from the outside.
Several items in the home
were stolen from a bedroom and
a closet of the residence.'The
value of the items is unknown at
this time.
Gipson and Robbins have re-
mained in the Union County Jail
since the Dec. 12 burglary arrest
and, when questioned about the
second known burglary, both
men cooperated with authorities
and allegedly admitted their in-
volvement and were charged ac-
cordingly.

Suspects
arrested in
2008 burglary

BY TERESA STONE IRWIN
Times Editor

Union County Sheriff's Of-
fice: Investigator Jerry Feltner
reported that an arrest had been
made in the 2008 burglary of
a home under construction on
Southeast 42"d Street (Light
Plant Road).
According to Feltner, on May


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facewater -levels rebound, the
governing board may cancel the
Phase 1 Advisory. Should condi-
tions worsen, however, the gov-
erning board may declare a Phase
II Advisory, which imposes man-
datory water-use restrictions.
Water shortage advisories are
issued by SRWMD in accor-
dance with Florida Statutes and
the Florida Administrative Code,
which give them authority to im-
plement water shortage plans.
According to the National
Weather Service, the Suwannee
River basin is experiencing an
extreme drought.
Megan Wetherington, a se-
nior professional engineer at
SRWMD, said groundwater and
surfacewater levels 'continue to
worsen throughout the district


21, 2008, a contractor working
at the home found that someone
had driven up to the rear of-the-
hoimeand removed a window
to gain entry. .Stolen from the
home were a stainless steel side-
by-side refrigerator and a stain-
less steel wall-oven. Both items
were valued at $5,000 a-piece.
The appliances were brand new
and had not yet been installed.
Also stolen from a utility room
was a ladder valued at $100.

In December of 2010, Feltner
received a break in the case that
led to the arrest of Alan Wood,
26, of Lake Butler regarding the
theft of a number of air condi-
tioners not only Union County,
but also Suwannee, Gilchrist
and Columbia counties.

All of the stolen air condi-
tioners were then taken to a
junkyard and scrapped for cash.
It was discovered that Wood
was also involved in selling the
stolen appliances to the scrap
yard. Major Garry Seay with
UCSO stated that the arrests of
others involved will be made as
the investigation continues.


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-
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 since 1932. 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
forecastscall for drier than nor-
mal conditions throughout win-
ter and spring.
See WATER page 4A


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Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011 Union County Times 3A


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j S ertioUS OffetinSe s

Sin Union County
,*f (as measured by the Uniform
Crime Report)

/ 2010
4 Murder 0 y/'
Forcible Rape 3 ,
Robbery 0 .,'
./' Aggravated Assault 17
/ Burglary 34 /
,/ Larceny 34 r
Motor Vehicle Theft 1
,/ Total Crime Index 89 ,
-/./

/ 2009
S(Murder 1 '.
Forcible Rape 2 J,
e Robbery 1 '
Aggravated Assault 13 .
SBurglary 17 -
./. Larceny 24 ,
( Motor Vehicle Theft 4 J
STotal Crime Index 62
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Note that the Uniform Crime Index only tracks certain
serious offenses. Note also that the above numbers are
for the first six months of each year.


CRIME
Continued from Page 1A

48 were made by the Florida
Highway Patrol and three by the
Florida Game Commission.

Arrest data included one forc-
ible rape, one robbery, 10 aggra-
vated assaults, 12 burglaries, 17
larcenies, one kidnapping/abduc-
tion, seven simple assaults, one
arson, 22 drug arrests, six frauds,
two non-forcible sex crimes,
10 DUIs, four vandalisms, one
weapons violation, one liquor
law violation, one intimidation
and, 157 arrests categorized as
Miscellaneous.
Statewide, there was an over-
all 4.8 percent'derease in seri-
ous crime between January and


June of 2010. During the first
half of 2010, there were 487
murders, 2,848 forcible rapes,
15,417 robberies, 38,516 aggra-
vated assaults, 86,146 burglaries,
231,437 larcenies and 25,231
motor vehicle thefts.

Statewide geographical data
collected by FDLE is then used
as part of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation's (FBI) reports on
the national crime index. Ac-
cording to the FBI's Web site,
preliminary figures indicate that,
as a whole,'law enforcement
agencies throughout the nation
reported a decrease of 6,2 per-
cent in the number of violent
crimes for the first six months of
2010 when compared with fig-
ures reported for the same time
in 2009.


RIMES
Continued from Page 1A

a place for Santa to visit for the
first time ever this past Decem-
ber now resides where a field of
weeds and trash used to be next
to our new community center
as well. A new fishing pier with
walking trails and campsites
was constructed as well as the
town's newest project currently
in progress-a new boat ramp on
the Santa Fe River for the entire
community to enjoy.
To show my appreciation
for the county fire department
and EMS station, I had a gazebo
placed out back for them to have
a place to relax. A privacy cover
was placed around the fencing at
the county waste collection site
and landscaped so they could
live in these close quarters. Also
donated to them was a gas grill
directly from my family. Thank
you guys.!
Also, where there was never
a flagpole where our American
symbol of freedom could be
flown, and there are now four
on town property where my chil-


Strawberry

pageant apps

available
The 49th Annual
Strawberry Pageant will be
held on Saturday, March 5,
at the Bradford High School
auditorium beginning at
7 p.m. The Junior Miss
Strawberry Pageant will be
held earlier.that afternoon.
Last year, .these pageant
awarded young ladies


dren and I erected them; for I am
a veteran Air Force pilot who has
proudly served my country in
Operation Desert Storm.
Last year, I personally sent out
over 100 letters of request for
companies to entertain the idea
of doing business in Worthington
Springs. Dollar General came to
the table and will be opening in
early spring. With a joint effort
from the sheriff's office, we now
have security cameras through-
out the town to deter crime and
vandalism, and it is working!

I have enjoyed making many
key contacts with state and fed-
eral agency personnel that have
enabled the success of our com-
munity, and I thank them for
their participation. The only is-
sues these agencies have for
Worthington Springs is how we
can continually construct proj-
ects ahead of schedule and un-
der budget with only part-time
volunteers in charge in a town
that is only officially open one
day a week. Government is not
supposed to work that way. It is
because I take a personal pride
in the challenge and a personal


of the prior interlocal agree-
ment. As the newest member of
the county board, he said he was
embarrassed to admit he was un-
aware of the exact terms of the
agreement until the board re-
ceived the termination letter.

Union County Board Chair-
man Karen Cossey and County
Attorney Russ Wade signed the
amendment as agreed.
County Commissioner Wayne
Smith suggested at the Decem-
ber meeting that the parties could
schedule an emergency meeting


in Bradford and Union
counties more than $3,000 in
scholarships and awards.
Applications are
available at the following
locations: Bradford High
School, Bradford Middle
School, Capital City Bank
(Starke branch), Keystone'
Heights High School, One
Stop Tailor Shop, Say 1 Do
Bridal, Starke Academy of
Dance (Starke and Keystone)
and Union. County High
School.


statement that it can be done and
"can't" is not an option.
In an effort to keep five proj-
ects going in this timely man-
ner, I personally have paid con-
tractors, as a promise to stay on
schedule with paychecks to their
workers, out of my own pocket
while awaiting reimbursements.

Many of these contractors, be-
ing local family businesses, were
very appreciative. I have always
taught my children to be a part
of the solution, not a part of the
problem.
This temporary reprieve of
local politics will not only al-
low me to recharge my positive
attitude toward community ser-
vice, but let others who wish to
voluntarily serve in a leadership
position have a chance as well.
It will also allow me more time
serving, as I have in the past, as
a volunteer pilot for the Angel
Flight program. This program
transports children from all over
the state for cancer medical treat-
ments at Shands Hospital, who
cannot otherwise afford to do so.
I look forward to donating more
time to this service.


on Dec. 30 for all parties to sign;
however, Rimes stated that would
not be necessary. It was verbally
agreed that the county would
draft an amendment to the 2005
agreement and all parties would
sign. Each board would then hold
its own emergency meeting to
approve the agreement.

Unfortunately, the county has
made several unsuccessful at-
tempts to get Rimes' signature.
By phone,Rimes told theTimes
that the volunteer council only
works one day a week (Wednes-


Princess applicants must
be 13-17 years old (must be a
junior in high school or under)
the day of the pageant, with
queen applicants between 17
and 24 years of age (must be at
least a senior in high school).
Tiny Miss Pageant
contestants must be 0-3 years
old. Little Miss Pageant
contestants must be 4-6 years
old. Petite Miss Pageant
contestants must be 7-9 years
old. 'Junior' Miss' Pageant
contestants must be 10-12


In closing, I leave you with a
quote from President Theodore
Roosevelt for the young people
in our community:
"There are two types of peo-
ple in our society, those Iylio sit
idly by, criticize, complain, and
put forth no effort and then there
are those who actively partici-
pate to change for the better and
are criticized for their efforts. Put
me in that second group any day
of the week."
Me too, Teddy...me too! Hap-
py New Year to all!

Editor's note: After hand de-
livering the above letter to the
Bradford Telegraph office -in
Starke, Rimes was contacted by
phone for clarification of "tem-
porary reprieve." He told the
Times that in order to focus more
time with Angel Flight and other
endeavors, he is taking a sabbat-
ical from his position as mayor
of Worthington Springs. He will
still be visible at town council
meetings, but as a citizen. Rimes
further stated that it may only be
a month or two, but in the mean-
time, Bob Benson would be han-
dling the town's affairs.


days) and he was currently out of
town with his company, Angel
Flight, and unavailable. He also
said that town attorney Prebor's
office was in Gainesville and the
county would need to get with'
him for his signature.

Rimes added that since he has
now temporarily stepped down
as mayor, Bob Benson would.
likely be the one who needed
to sign the agreement, however,
that may be questionable since
Rimes was mayor at the time the
agreement was made.


years old.
Applicants must be a
resident or attend school in:
Bradford or Union counties
or Keystone Heights (or a-15
mile radius of Starke) for at
least six months prior to the
application deadline.
The application deadline is
Friday,Jan.21. Please see the
application for more details.
If you have any questions,
please call Angelia at 352-
235-2014 or Sarah Lee at 904-
364-6465.


Early Learning
Coalition
meeting dates
for January
The Early Learning Coalition
of Florida's Gateway will hold
its executive committee meeting
on Tuesday, Jan. 11,at 3 p.m.-
The .coalition will hold its
board meeting on Wednesday,
Jan. 12, at 9 a.m. The meeting
will be followed by the AdHoc
Mini-Grant Committee meeting
at 10:30 a.m.
The meetings will take place
at the coalition office located at
1104 SW Main Blvd. in Lake
City.
The coalition oversees the state
and federal funding for all school
readiness programs birth to age
five "for the counties of Union,
Columbia, Hamilton, Lafayette
and Suwannee. Community par-
ticipation and input is welcomed.
If anyone interested in attending
this meeting has a disability re-
quiring special assistance please
contact Stacey Nettles at 386
752-9770.

School board
meets Jan. 11
The Union County School
Board will hold its regular meet-
ing on Tuesday,Jan. I 1,at 6 p.m.
The meeting will be followed by
a workshop to discuss financial
reports and the 2011 legislative
priorities.
The meeting will take place at
the district school board meeting
room located at 55 SW 6"h St.,
across from Lake Butler Middle
School.

Longleaf pine
initiative funding
available
to private
landowners
Longleaf pine forests once cov-
ered millions of acres throughout
the Southeastern United States.
Today, only a few thousand acres
of this vital habitat remains.


To help sustain, enhance and
restore longleaf pine forests, the
USDA Natural Resources Con-
servation Service has announced
the availability of $400,000 to
help private landowners in Flor-
ida restore and manage longleaf
pine.
Longleaf pine habitat can con-
tain as many as 300 different spe-
cies of groundcover plants .per
acre, and approximately 60 per-
cent of the amphibian and reptile
species found in the Southeast.
Additionally, this forested
habitat is home to at least 122
endangered or threatened' plant
and animal species including the
fox squirrel, northern bobwhite,
red-cockaded woodpecker and
gopher tortoise.
The Longleaf Pine Initiative
will incorporate, through the
Wildlife Habitat Incentive Pro-
gram, both technical and finan-
cial assistance to help landown-
-ers in Florida improve habitat on
agricultural land, non-industrial
private forest and tribal land.
Landowners have until Jan. 7 to
apply for funding for the Long-
leaf Pine Initiative.
Approved participants will
receive financial assistance for
implementing conservation prac-
tices including planting longleaf


pine, installing firebreaks, con-
ducting prescribed burning and
controlling invasive plants.
Additional information is
available on the Web site www.
fl.nrcs.usda.gov.

SHINE
counseling
services free
to Medicare
recipients in UC
The Florida Department of
Elder Affairs' SHINE (Serving
Health Insurance Needs of El-
ders) program is a free service
available to Union County resi-
dents.
SHINE provides free help for
Florida Medicare beneficiaries
as they evaluate their health care
options, during the Medicare an-
nual enrollment period.

During the annual enrollment
period, which runs through Dec.
31, Medicare beneficiaries have
the opportunity to make changes.
to their Medicare prescription
drug or Medicare Advantage
plans.
SHINE encourages beneficia-
-ries to review their benefits each


year for a variety of reasons. In-
dividuals often experience subtle
changes in their health over the
course of the year, and these
changes may alter the kind of
care they need.

This could directly affect their
need for more or less health in-
surance, the types of prescrip-
tion drugs they require or their
access to particular doctors or
pharmacies. Health changes can
also increase costs, which can be
particularly critical for Medicare
beneficiaries on fixed incomes.

Beginning in 2011, beneficia-
ries will no longer have the op-
tion to switch from one Medicare
Advantage plan to another dur-
ing open enrollment. Instead, a
Medicare Advantage Annual
Disenrollment Period, which
runs from Jan. 1-Feb. 14, 2011,
will allow beneficiaries only to
disenroll from a Medicare Ad-
vantage plan and enroll in origi-
nal Medicare.

In Union County, SHINE
counselor Bob Hakes provides
free, unbiased one-on-one insur-


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bills.
The $120 assessment is the
same price paid for all property
owners in Union County, not just
Worthington Springs. No other
municipality in the county has
ever requested such a rebate.
District 3 County Commis-
sioner Jimmy Tallman, whose
district serves the residents of
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Union County Times Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011


..ABOVE: UCHS senior Chelsie Hersey signs a
Commitment letter with Palm Beach Atlantic University.
.:X LEFT: Chelsle Hersey is all smiles as she shows off some
;"' of her future college gear.



Hersey headed for Atlantic Beach in softball


Union County High School
sLnior Che!sie er'se'.y recently
signed a commitment letter to
successfully continue playing a'
sport she loves.
The 5'4" outfielder received
a scholarship to play softball at
Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Hersey said that at first, she
wasn't interested in Palm Beach
Atlantic University and had want-
ed to attend Liberty University in


Virginia. After a campus tour in
Palm Beach last year, however,
she changed her mind.
"I just loved the campus,"
Hersey said. "It is really small
and the classroom size is small.
There is more one-on-one atten-
tion than those bigger schools."
During her junior year in high
school, Hersey batted a .491
with a .561 on-base percentage.
She also stole 26 bases. She was


named to the Gainesville Sun's
First Team All-Area Team in
2010.
UCHS softball coach Trudy
Andrews said, "Chelsie is an out-
standing athlete and a huge asset
to the Lady Tigers."
"Last season during Chelsie's
junior year, she played with a
nagging shoulder injury. Even
with this persistent injury, which
limited her range of motion for
hitting and throwing, she was


able to lead our team with the
highest batting average, highest
on base percentage and the most
stolen bases," said Andrews.
Having her heart set on attend-
ing a Christian college after high
school, Hersey was excited to
find out that Palm Beach Atlan-
tic University's softball team is
heavily involved in missionary
work.
"I like the environment there a
lot," she said.


Tucker plays in state

championships


On Dec. 11-12,
Kaylan Tucker of
Raiford participated
in the National Soft-
ball Association's
girl's fast-pitch soft-
ball state champion-
ship in Lakeland.
Tucker's travel ball
team, Total Impact of
Jacksonville, won the
state title.
A seventh-grade
student at Lake But-
ler Middle School,
Tucker contributed to
the team's success as
pitcher. She also had
a batting average of
more than .600 for the
tournament.
The team fought
through a 21-team
bracket with other
teams from all over 1
Florida. During the
tournament, the team -
scored a total of 38
runs and gave up only 11 runs.
Total Impact also won state
championship titles in 2008 and
2009.


Kaylan Tucker average
more than .600 at
bat during the state
championship.


WATER
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"With La Nina expected to
persist at least through spring,
the district may be in for dry
conditions for quite some time,".
s ie said.
District officials are stressing
the need for conservation until
conditions improve.
The district offers the follow-
ing water-saving tips:
o 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 lawns and landscapes
only one day per week and not
between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Use Florida-Friendly Land-
scapingTM.
Equip hoses with automatic
shutoff nozzles.
Wash vehicles infrequently
and only on porous surfaces.
Use a broom or blower-not
a hose-to clean sidewalks,
driveways, parking areas.
Take shorter showers; stay-
ing under five minutes can save
1,000 gallons per month.
Don't use the toilet as a waste
basket.


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A group of children gather around Liz Croft anxiously waiting for
the announcement of thb grand prize winner.


* On the Friday before Christ-
mas, more than.400-people at-
tended the third annual-Christ-
mas Extravaganza at Lake Butler
Hospital.
Kids received goody bags and
a small gift after visiting and
having their picture taken with
Santa. Over 130 other gifts were
given away throughout the night.
Grand prizes included a Wii,
Ipod Shuffle and bicycle.
There was lots of fun and en-
tertainment for all ages. Every-
one :enjoyed free hot chocolate
and cookies as Earl Green of the
Mercy Mountain Boys and Jus-
tine Rogers sang Christmas car-
ols while the children danced and
sang along.
SChelsey Crews and Kate De-
Shong from the Kelly Christie
Dance Academy presented an
excerpt from the "Nutcracker."
State champion twirler Alexa
Park performed a baton routhle
with fire.
Each department of the hos-
pital decorated a door through-
out the building. With the help
of votes from the attendees, the
2010 Hospital Employee Door
Decorating Contest winners were
decided. The medical records
department won first place for
the second year in a row with a
door themed "Jesus isthe Reason
for the Season."
"It was a great time for kids
and adults," said Liz Croft,'public
relations director at Lake Butler
Hospital. "We are excited about
doing it again next year and hope
to make it even better."
Special thanks to Justine Rog-
ers, Kelly Christie Dance Acad-
emy, Sue Whitehead, Earl Green
with the Mercy Mountain Boys,
Alexa Park, Lindsey Saunders,
the great staff at Lake Butler
Hospital and all the other volun-
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Savannah Southerland won
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2010 county Census data to be
released sometime next year
Dislcaimer: The 2010 state, county and municipality census data and demographics has
yet to be released. Beginning in February 2011, the U.S. Census Bureau will release the


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Each year, the American Community Survey (ACS) produces population, demographic
and housing unit estimates. This information consists of ACS estimates only and not the
actual figures from the 2010 U.S. Census.


Union
population
2009 estimated
population for Union
County: 14,584
December 2009
Union County inmate
population: 4,473
Making actual citizen
population at approx-
imately: 10,011
At the last U.S. Cen-
sus in 2000, the
Union County popu-
lation including in-
mates was: 13,442
Between April
1,2000, and July 1,
2009, ACS estimates
that Union County's
population increased
8.5 percent.


Estimated population
age five and under:
5.8 percent
18 years old and under:
19.5 percent
65 years old and over:
9.7 percent
Female population:
35.6 percent
By race, white persons
74.4 percent
Black persons
23.0 percent
Asian 0.4 percent
Hispanic or Latino
4.3 percent
Union
income
The 2008 median
household income es-
timated at $42,734,
compared to $47,802
statewide.


Union County persons
below poverty level in
2008 estimated at 23.6
percent, compared to
13.3 percent statewide.

Union
housing
In 2009, Union County
had an estimated 4,069
housing units, with a
74.6 percent home
ownership rate.
The 2000 U.S. Census
median value of owner-.
occupied housing in
UC: $71,700. State-
wide: $105,500


In 2000, 3,367 house-
holds in Union County
with an average of 2.76
persons per household.


1,934 persons ages
five or older with a dis-
ability were living in the
county.

2000 Census Union
County residents age
25 or older who were
high school graduates:
72.5 percent
-Statewide: 79.9 per-
cent

UC residents ages 25
or older with a bache-
lor's degree or higher:
7.5 percent
22.3 percent statewide

UC mean travel time
to work in minutes by
those age 16 and older
was 28.6 minutes.


ClayElectric
raises rates
Clay Electric's board of
trustees recently approved a
small rate increase. The ih-
crease was effective Jan. 1.
The board also approved an
increase in the monthly cus-
tomer charge. In addition, sim-
ilar changes were approved for
the co-op's other rate classes.
The co-op serves parts of 14
North Florida counties, includ-
ing Alachua, Baker, Bradford,
Clay, Columbia, Flagler, Gil-
;christ, Lake, Levy, Marion,
Putnam, Suwannee, Union and
Volusia.
Clay Electric pointed out that
the rate increase was necessary
to maintain the cooperative's
financial health ag operational
expenses-such as the price
'of conductor (wire), distribu-
tion transformers and related
equipment--have increased
through the years.
In the last 18 years, Clay
Electric has increased its base
rates once by 1.5 percent,
while the cost of running the


--eo-op has more than doubled.
On Jan. 1, the customer
charge will go from $11 to
$14, to help recover expenses
associated with maintaining
members' active accounts and
keeping the distribution sys-
tem in tip-top shape so it's safe
and reliable.
At the same time, howev-
er, Clay Electric is reducing
the Power Cost Adjustment
(PCA), which will help lessen
the impact of a rate increase.
Utilities charge a PCA to help
offset fluctuations in the price
of wholesale electricity due to
rising or falling generation fuel
expenses.
Currently, the PCA is 2.84
cents per killowat hour. Effec-
tive Jan. 1, the PCA will drop
to 2.55 cents per kWh.
The current customer rate for
1,000 kWh is $113.50. With
the new rate, plus the lowered
PCA and the higher customer
charge, members will see an
increase of 80 cents per 1,000
kWh on their monthly bill.
The base rate for 1,000. kWh
with Jacksonville Electric Au-
thority is $123.70 and with


Gainesville Regional Utilities
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tial members use 1,238 kWh
a month. The net increase on
this average usage amount will
be less than $2.
There are additional charges,
taxes and fees that can impact
your bill. For:example, some
members pay a slightly higher
customer charge when they
have subdivision lighting.
Some counties charge a pub-
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are other government-imposed
taxes and fees that impact what
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CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES,
EDITORIAL'

NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION




Bruce, Teresa Jackson still as close as ever after 20 years


- BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor


Through the good times,
they are together. Through the
tough times, they are together.
Bruce and Teresa Jackson,
who celebrated their 20"h
anniversary in October 2010,
are not the kind of people who
feel the need to go off and do
things with other people,
leaving their spouse behind in
the process. No, they do
everything together.
"We've got each other,"
Bruce said. "I have a lot of
people who are my friends, but
I don't go hang out with the
guys at the golf club, and she
doesn't go hang out with a
bunch of her girlfriends. We
do things together. She is my
best friend.
"I guess I'm her best friend.
I better be."
It turns out there is a place
where Bruce can't go to be by
his wife's side. Teresa, who
will go through her last
chemotherapy session on
Thursday, Jan. 6, to treat breast
cancer, has been joined by her
husband at every doctor's
appointment, but when it came
time for her to have surgery,
Bruce had to stay behind.
"He told me he wanted to go
into the surgery (with me),"
Teresa said, "but they stopped
him.on that one."
As close as they have been
throughout their 26 years of
marriage, cancer has brought
them even closer.
"You don't take for granted
anymore that you have
tomorrow," Teresa said. "You
want to spend every moment
you can with each other and
make it meaningful."
Teresa and Bruce will tell
you there is nothing exciting
about their relationship, but
how they came together is a
good example of how no
matter what one is doing in
life, one can find true love.
Sometimes, you don't even
have to actively look.
mom
Bruce, the son of W.T. and
Margaret Jackson (both
deceased) of Starke, was a
bachelor at the age of 37. He
didn't go out and do the things
a lot of other people do to meet
people. His mother prayed he
would find a woman, but as
Bruce put it, "I never went out
and looked."
It was not that Bruce didn't
want a special woman in his
life. He was just relying on
God to provide her.
"I told Mama, 'If the Lord
wanted me to have a girl, He'd
send her to me.' My mama
said, 'Do you expect Him to
drop her through the roof?'"
Well, Teresa did not exactly


Teresa and Bruce Jackson have a close relationship
and have been side by side throughout most of their
20 years of marriage.


drop through the roof, but she
did walk through the doors of
Bradford Baptist 'Church,
where Bruce was a member.
(He and Teresa are still
members there today.) Teresa
and her parents, Larry
(deceased) and Barbara Gulick
of Keystone Heights, were
looking for a new church
home.
Margaret Jackson must have
figured if her son wasn't going
to take action, she was going
to. Teresa recalled how the
woman who would eventually
become her mother-in-law
approached her when she and
her family returned to
Bradford Baptist for a second
service.
"All I know is she came over
to me and said, 'Young lady,
I'd like you to meet my son.' I
just kind of said, 'Oh, OK.'"
As time went on, others in
the church seemed intent on
trying to bring the two
together, or at least gauge
Teresa's interest in Bruce.
Skipper Smith, who was the
church pastor at the time,
asked Teresa what'she thought
about dating older men.
(Teresa. is 13 years younger
than Bruce.) Church member
Becky Scott, Bruce's sister,
told Teresa, "My brother might
be interested in yodt, but I
don't know. He might be a
little too old for you."
When Bruce asked Teresa
out for the first time, she kind
of knew he would eventually
do so.
"By the time Bruce asked
me out, I knew he was going to


ask me out," she said. "I didn't
know when. I just figured it
was going to come
eventually."
For their first date, Bruce
took Teresa to a high school
basketball game-a postseason
matchup between Keystone
Heights and.Bolles.
It may n6t sound romantic,


but it was the start of a
friendship first, which was
important to Teresa. She said it
seemed like men she dated
prior to Bruce wanted to marry
her after the first date.
"With Bruce, it was
definitely a friendship first,"
said Teresa, who added that
she and Bruce often went out
as part of a church group. "We
dated, but we developed a
friendship, really."
Bruce, though, at least had
one eye on a future that may


involve more than friendship.
"On the first date, I asked
her if she knew the Lord Jesus
as her saviour," he said.
"And if I smoked," Teresa
added with a laugh. "I guess if
I had said the wrong answer to
that, that would've been the
one and only date."
"Did I ask you if you
smoked? That might have been
ajoke," Bruce said.
Bruce enjoys kidding
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have worked out, I still
would've liked Bruce."
They dated for
approximately two years
before Bruce popped the
question.
"She seemed to love me," he
said. "I guess I was just ready

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to get married."
So if their first date was
attending a high school
basketball game, where did
Bruce pop the question?
"He asked me at the IHOP in
Orange Park," Teresa said.
Bruce, showing off his sense
of humor, said that it seemed
like the perfect place,
emphasizing the word
"international" in the
restaurant's name. Plus, he
added, "They had pretty good
food there at the time."
Teresa said she remembers
that she had a bacon waffle
,hat day. She couldn't
remember whatBruce had, and
neither could he.
"I think I had some kind of
chicken something," he said,
"but I don't know. "I don't
remember what I ate. The
popping of the question was a
big deal for me, so that was the
only time I didn't remember
what I ate."
Approximately three years
from their first date, Bruce and
Teresa got married. They spent
their honeymoon in
Chattanooga, Tenn., not quite
making it all the way to the
Smoky Mountains, which has
since become their favorite
.vacation destination. They visit
the Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg
area two to three times a year.
"It's funny," Teresa said.
"We go to the same places
(there). We even got a
Christmas card from the
pancake house we go to. We
became friends with them."
'We even go to church with
them up there," Bruce said.
Ii seems that no matter if
they're home or away, Bruce
and Teresa are well-known. At
home, Bruce is known either
through Jackson Building
Supply or as a landlord or
home-seller, while Teresa is
known by health students at
the Bradford-Union Area
Career Technical Center.
MEu
When Bruce graduated from
Bradford High School, he said
he was clueless about what he
wanted to do in life. He said he
wanted to venture out beyond
the family business, but in the
end, he went to work for
Jackson Building Supply. He
started out at the Starke store,
then went to work in the
former Keystone store in 1972.
"I met a lot of people in
Keystone I never would've
met (otherwise)," Bruce said.
"I still run into people from
Keystone. A lot of times, I
can't recall their names, but I


Following a biopsy, Teresa
asked the doctor if it was a
fast-growing cancer. The
doctor said the tumor was
there when she had her last
mammogram. The exam just
missed it.
"Mammograms are
important," Teresa said, "but
they miss about a third of all
cancers. That's why you can't
rely just on mammograms.
You have to do self-checks."
Teresa admitted she felt kind
of numb upon hearing that she
had cancer. Still, she thought
of how it would affect her
mother, since Teresa's father
died from cancer in 2006. She
thought of how it would affect
Bruce.
'" hated for them to have to
go through anything bad," she
said. "It's easier to go through
it, I think, yourself than have
to be a very close family
member and watching your
loved one go through things."
Bruce felt at a loss because


he didn't know how he could
help his wife.
"There was nothing I could
do for her, really," he said. "I
prayed, but I mean as far as
physically. I would have just
as soon taken the treatments
myself instead of her having to
do it."
Teresa did not have to face
cancer alone. She had Bruce
and her family, of course, but
so many others in the
community prayed for her and
offered support. Teresa said
she was on prayer lists of
churches she had never heard
of, while several breast cancer
survivors in the area reached
out to her. One woman
prepares a meal every
Tuesday.
"We would like to thank all
the people in the community
who prayed (and showed
support)," Bruce said.

Then, there is the Pink
Pinkie Club at the Bradford-


Union Area Career Technical
Center. One of the teachers at
the center, who is teaching
students that Teresa taught last
year, brought in pink fingernail
polish so that every student
could paint the fingernail on
his or her left pinkie.
"Every time they come past
my room, they wave at me
with their pinkies," Teresa
said.
Teresa was scheduled to
undergo her eighth-and
final--chemotherapy session
on Thursday, Jan. '6: Like he
did on every other session,
Bruce will wake up early and
drive Teresa to St. Vincent's
Hospital in Jacksonville. Like
every other session, Teresa
will thank Bruce for doing so,
even though he told her she
didn't have to following the
previous treatment.
"I said, 'I just want you to
know how much I appreciate
you doing that.' I'm glad he's
able to," Teresa said.


Teresa and Bruce Jackson pictured on their wedding
day of Oct. 26,1990.


can recall the face, and they
know me. We'll strike up a
conversation."
Bruce still works some for
the building-supply business
today, but most of his time is
devoted to real estate. He buys
homes, repairs and renovates
them, and then either rents
them or sells them.
. It's Bruce's approach to
make a house nice enough to
where he wouldn't mind living
in it.
"That's what I like to do for
people," he said. "I like to fix
it up nice where they have a
nice place at pretty reasonable
rates. I usually rent a little bit
under the market-whatever
the market is-to try to keep
people there longer.
"I try to fix them up first-
class. Usually, I go in and
repaint when somebody moves
out. If the .carpet needs
replacing, do that. I make it
look brand new."
Teresa said Bruce's
background in the building-
supply business has helped
him in his real-estate ventures.
"I think that's what's helped
Bruce be such a good
landlord," she said. "He has
dealt with building-supply
things, and he knows how to
do a little bit of everything
based on that experience at the
store.
"I guess he had a little
natural gift that way anyway,
but when you deal with
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Teresa, a Keystone Heights
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Bruce. She worked at Shands
UF in the bone-marrow
transplant unit when they first
met. She obtained her
bachelor's in nursing degree
from Jacksonville University
after they were married.
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Bradford-Union Area Career
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"I just fell in love with
teaching young minds," she
said.
Teresa taught for 10 years
before going to work as a
nurse at Shands Starke. She
stayed there for three years
before returning to the career
center, saying, "There's just
something about teaching that
pulled me back."
The experience at the
hospital, t, iiinh,', was
beneficiaPfas it exposed Teresa
to the'It si technology in the
field.
"It really helped me because
I was able to update my
skills," she said.
Teresa is working on her
master's degree, but that had to
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1 Harden is a Georgia coach of the year


James and Mary Hall

Halls celebrate 50th anniversary


James and Mary Hall are
celebrating their 50"' wedding
anniversary. They were
married on Jan. 7, 1961, in
Georgia.
James Hall is the son of the
late Calvin and Doris Hall.


Bradford

Republicans will

meet Jan. 13
The Bradford County
Republican Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. in
the Capital City bank
boardroom at 350 N. Temple
Ave. in Starke.
January starts the group's
membership drive. New
members with new ideas are
needed.
There are still openings for
precinct chairmen in some
areas.
For more information on
being a precinct chairman or
becoming more involved,
contact Chairman David
Dodge at 352-222-8609, or
visit the Web site
www.bradfordgop.org.


Starke Rec.

Dept. taking

registrations for

spring ball
The Starke Recreation
Department is currently
registering children ages 4-18
for Starke-Bradford Babe
Ruth/Cal Ripken spring
baseball and softball.
Baseball offers six age
divisions (T-ball, rookie,
minor, major, 13-15, 16-18),
while softball offers five (8U,
10U, 12U, 14U, 16U).
The cost is $85 for eight
weeks.
The opening-day ceremony
is scheduled for March 5 at 9
a.m. League dates are March
.7-May 6.
For more information,
please call the, Starke
Recreation Department at 904-
964-6792, or visit the Web site
www.cityofstarke.org.

Kalogiros

graduates basic
training
Army Pvt. Kendall C.
Kalogiros has graduated from
basic combat training at Fort
Sill, Lawton, Okla.
During the nine weeks of
training, Kalogiros 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


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more by appearance than
realities so that it is fully
as necessary to seem to
know something as to
know it.
-Daniel Webster


Mary Hall is the daughter of
Jack Clark and the late Alma
Clark. They have three
children: David Hall, Rene
Willingham and Mike Hall;
eight grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.


land navigation, foot marches,
armed and unarmed combat,
and 'field maneuvers and
tactics.
Kalogiros is the daughter of
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In 2008, 1998 Bradford
High School graduate Ashley
Harden-the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius E. Harden--
eagerly returned home to
coach football for the
Tornadoes. He spent the 2008
season as the assistant head
coach, but unbeknownst to him
he would shortly have to leave
,his hometown to pursue other
career endeavors.
In April 2009, Harden
accepted the head coaching job
at Butler High' School in
Augusta, Ga. Upon first
accepting the position, the
Butler principal told him, "I'm
not giving you the keys to a
brand new Cadillac," alluding
to what challenges lay ahead.
Butler was in the midst of a
31-game losing' streak-the
worst record in Georgia, not to
mention. one of the worst
programs in the country.
The team Harden inherited
was young, mentally weak and
not prepared physically. In his
first season, he spent time
redeveloping the mental state
the team was accustomed to,
building strong character
development skills and
stressing the importance of
physical strength and
dedication to the program.
In Harden's first year, the
Bulldogs went 0-10, but little
did Butler High know what
was in store for the rebuilt
Bulldogs.
On July 13, 2010, during a
team camp at Presbyterian
College, and after competing
against some of 'the most
talented teams in the country,
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team he spent the last year
rebuilding and knew the Butler
Bulldogs would never again


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The Bulldogs had grown heart,
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State title, 4 district titles highlight '10 sports year for KHHS


The following is a look back
at the high school teams and
individuals who won
championships at the district,
regional or state levels, earned
medals in state competition or
who qualified to participate in
regional and state
competitions in 2010. Any
omissions are unintentional.

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Morgan Boettcher won a
state championship in
weightlifting, while Keystone
Heights High School captured
one individual district
championship and two team
district titles in 2010.
Boettcher, as a freshman,
finished first in the 199-pound
class at the state weightlifting
meet with a 365-pound total
(190 bench press, 175 clean
and jerk). Her total was 15
pounds more than that of the
runner-up.
Boettcher's teammate
Amanda Paredes placed 101h at
state in the 110 class with a
235 total. She was the lightest
lifter in her class, but still had
the fourth-best bench press
total at 125. Her clean and jerk
was 110.
At the preceding state-
qualifying sectional meet,
Boettcher won her class, while
Paredes was second.

Softball team wins
district, advances to
regional semifinals
Keystone outscored
opponents 45-10 over a four-
game stretch, winning the
District 4-3A championship in
the process before being
eliminated by eventual state
runner-up Bolles in the
regional semifinals.
The Indians begadf District 4
tournament play with a 9-0
win over Interlachen in the
quarterfinals. Amber Skipper
pitched a no-hitter, striking out
13 and giving up one walk.
Keystone had 20 hits against
Interlachen, including
Skipper's two-run home run.
Emily Breton, Chelsea Cravey
and Chelsea Harvin each went
3-for-4, while Skipper,
Cortney Casas, .Taylor
Semione, Chandler Singletary
and Kelsey Waters each had
two hits.
In a 15-1 win over Union
County in the district
semifinals, Waters went 4-for-
4 with a home run and four
RBI. Cravey also hit a home
run and finished 2-for-3 with
four RBI.
Harvin; went 2-for-2 and
scored four runs, while Breton
and Skipper each went 2-for-3.
Waters was the winning
pitcher, giving up six hits in
five innings to improve her
record to 8-2.
Cravey, Semione and
Skipper each hit a home run in
the Indians' 13-6 win over
Baker County in 'the
championship game. Semione
and Skipper were each 3-for-4,
while Cravey was 2-for-4. The
trio combined to drive in seven
runs.


Morgan Boettcher won the state championship in the 199 class as a freshman.


Casas, Harvin and Waters
each had two hits.
Skipper earned the win,
giving up five hits.
Keystone's first game in the
regional playoffs was an 8-3
win over Yulee in which
Semione, Singletary, Waters
and Kayla Walker each went
2-for-3 at the plate.
Waters and Skipper
combined to allow six hits,
with Skipper getting the win
.after pitching the final 4.5
innings.
Skipper put together a solid
performance against Bolles in
the regional semifinals before
the host Bulldogs scored all of
their runs in the bottom of the
sixth to hand the Indians a 3-0


loss.
Skipper finished the year
with a 13-5 record, while
Keystone finished with a team
record of 21-7.

Volleyball team wins 4th
district title in 6 years
The Indians survived a tough
semifinal match en route to
claiming the District 4-3A
volleyball championship
trophy.
Keystone began the
tournament with a 3-0 (25-18,
25-16, 25-21) win over West
Nassau in the quarterfinals.
Meghan Zinkel had nine kills,
two blocks and 12 service
points, while Madyson


Maxwell had eight kills, four
blocks and seven points.
Chelsea Harvin had 22 assists.
In the semifinals, Keystone
had to overcome a 7-4 deficit
in the tiebreaking set before
defeating Crescent City 3-2
(23-25, 25-12, 22-25, 25-19,
16-14).
After letting a lead slip away
in the third set of the match,
the Indians rallied from a
deficit in the fourth set, scoring
five straight points with
Chelsea Velazquez serving.
Zinkel's game-winning kill
forced the tiebreaker.
Four service points by
Mackenzie Dicks helped
Keystone take the lead in the
deciding set.


The Keystone softball team captured its second straight district championship in
2010. Pictured are: (front, I-r) Chandler Singletary, Cortney Casas, Crystal Munoz,
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and 12 points, while Harvin
had 16 points and 27 assists.
Dakota Thacker had eight
kills.
Keystone swept Baker
County 3-0 (25-16, 25-20, 25-
17) in the championship
match. Zinkel had 10 kills, 12
digs and three blocks, while
Thacker and Taylor Semione
had nine and seven kills,
respectively. Defensively,
Maxwell had three blocks,
while Velazquez had 18 digs.
Harvin tallied 28 assists.
The Indians could not hang
onto leads in the first and
second sets of a 3-1 (26-24,
25-23, 22-25, 25-17) loss to
Episcopal in the regional
quarterfinals. Zinkel had 12


kills, nine digs and eight
points, while Harvin hac[_16'
-digs and 31 assists. Thacker
added nine kills.
Keystone finished the season
with a 25-3 record.

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advances to state finals
with Buchanan
Keystone earned' a district-
championship in track and1
field, courtesy of Liz Wheeler,:
who won the high jump a the
District 5-2A finals.
Wheeler had a jump of 5'3",'
to win her second straight title:'
in the event.
Nathan Buchanan finished'

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KHHS
Continued from Page 48
as runner-up in the 800m for
:he third straight year with a
time of 2:06.82.
Buchanan and Wheeler were
joined at the Region 2 finals by
teammates Madison Colaw,
Kayla Goodwin and -Emily
Schaul. At the district meet,
Colaw was third in the 3200m
(13:25.71), Goodwin third in
the 800m (2:36.52) and Schaul
fourth in the 3200m
(13:32.33).
At the regional finals,
Wheeler and Buchanan earned
state berths by placing third
and fourth in their respective
events. Wheeler jumped 5'2",
while Buchanan finished the
800m in 2:01.12.
Goodwin missed out on state
by one place, finishing fifth in
the 800m with a time of
2:33.59. Schaul and Colaw
vere eighth and 10"h,
respectively, in the 3200m
with times of 13:08.05 and
13:37.70.
Wheeler, placed 10th-two
places shy of a medal-with a
jump of 5'0" at the state finals.
Buchanan placed 14'" in the
800m with a time of 2:0252.
. It was the second straight
state finals appearance for
Wheeler and the third straight
appearance for Buchanan.
3 boys' weightlifters
qualify for state
William Howell, Kyle
Karycinski and Nick
Verschaeve participated in the
boys' weightlifting state finals,
with Verschaeve finishing one
spot shy of earning a medal.
Verschaeve placed seventh
in the 199 class with a 595
total (350, 245). Karycinski
was 11"' in the heavyweight
class with a 615 total (340,
275), while Howell was 13th in
the 129 class with a 380 total
(190,190).
At the sectional meet from
which the trio advanced,
Verschaeve had the fifth-best
total'among the state qualifiers
in his class, finishing with a
total of 590 (345,245). Howell ,
had a 385 total (185, 200),
which was seventh-best among
qualifiers in hiTscass, while
.Karycinski haid a' ~5 total
(350, 275), which was 10t"
,best.
Indians are district
runners-up in soccer
and girls' basketball
SBoth boys' and girls' soccer
teams were runners-up in their
districts, while the girls'
basketball team accomplished
the same.
The boys' soccer team.
earned a 3-1 win against
Bishop Snyder in the
Semifinals of the District 4-3A
tournament to advance to the
championship match. Justin
Hannah received a cross from
Ryan Latner and scored to tie
(he score at I-all in the 27th
minute. Austin Groves gave
the Indians the lead on a free
kick, while Latner scored the
Iast goal on an assist from Trey
Bland.
The win advanced the
indians to the district
championship match for the
eighth straight year. It was
Crescent City, though, that
won the title, defeating
Keystone I-0.
Keystone went on the road
ini the regional quarterfinals
and lost 4-0 to Episo-pal,
which would advance to the
state semifinals.
- The Indians finished the year
with a 12-10-3 record.
Keystone advanced to the
girls' soccer regional playoffs
for the ninth year in the
program's 12-year existence.
The Indians did so by winning
two District 4-3A tournament
games before losing 3-2 to
Bishop Snyder in the
championship game.
In the district quarterfinals,
the Indians defeated Bradford
8-0, scoring all of their goals
in the first half, which


enforced the mercy rule and
negated the second half.
:Noel Crane scored the first
two goals in ,the first five
minutes and finished with four
goals. Tori Beasley scored
three times, while Madison
Colaw had one goal.
Kayla Goodwin scored the
lone goal in a 1-0 win over
Interlachen in the district
semifinals.
In the championship game,
Goodwin scored the first goal
off of a cross from Colaw, but


their scores from the 2009.
district meet by 11 and eight
strokes, respectively, in
helping the golf team place
third at the 2010 District 4-A
meet. Strassberger and
Hampton had scores of 100
arid 107, respectively, to help
the Indians finish with a team
score of 463.
Sierra Brown and Carson
Draney had scores of 128,
while Alanah Duke had a score


of 129.
The team entered the district-
meet with a 10-4 regular-
season record.
Schaul was the lone member
of the cross country program
to qualify for a regional
appearance, placing sixth at
the District 3-2A finals with a
time of 22:07.69.
Julia Osteen just missed out
on qualifying, placing 16th with-
a time of 23:25.36.


Keystone captured the 2010 District 4-3A championship in volleyball. Pictured are:
(front row, I-r) Dakota Thacker, Chandler Singletary, Chelsea Cravey, Chelsea Ve-
lazquez, assistant coach Terri Parrish, (middle row, I-r) Madyson Maxwell, Taylor
Semione, Meghan Zinkel, Chelsea Harvin, Courtney Carroll, Mackenzie Dicks and
(back) head coach Belinda Phillips. Photo courtesy of Bruce Harvin.


the Indians did not score again
until Beasley's free kick
seconds before the match
ended.
Keystone took to the road in
the regional quarterfinals to
face 2009 state runner-up
Bolles. Bolles won 8-0, ending
the Indians' season with a 15-
8-1 record.
The girls' basketball team
defeated Crescent City and
Bradford in its district
tournament before settling for
second place after a 68-59 loss
to Baldwin in the
championship game.
Chelsea Harvin had 12
points in a 40-34 quarterfinal
win over Crescent City, while
Karleigh Smoak and Leanne
Dye had nine and eight points,
respectively.
Harvin made three 3-
pointers in the second half and
scored a game-high 27 points
in a 62-56 semifinal win over
Bradford. Liz Wheeler had 13
points, while Meghan Zinkel
added eight.
Keystone led 30-29 at the
half of the championship game
against Baldwin, but Baldwin
put together two 9-0 runs in
the third quarter, while Harvin
.suffered an injury in the


second half from which she
wouldn't return.
Harvin finished the game:
with 18 points, while Smoak
and Zinkel had 13 and nine,
respectively.
In the regional quarterfinals,
the Indians lost 57-26 to
Ribault. .Ribault outscored
Keystone 23-4 in the second
quarter and led by 26 at the
half.
Smoak had 11 points, while.
Zinkel had nine rebounds.
The Indians finished the


season with an 11-12 record.

Keystone earns regional
berths in golf and cross
country
The girls' golf team earned
its fourth straight appearance
in the regional tournament,
while cross country runner
Emily Schaul-an eighth-
grader-qualified for regionals
as well.
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Obituaries


Josie Dampier
STARKE-Josie Mac Rowell
Dampier, 78, of Starke, died on
Monday, Jan. 3, 2011, at Windsor
Manor Nursing Home. Mrs.
Dampier was born on Jan. 4, 1932,
in Lee, to the late Elton G. hnd
Minnie L. Donaldson Rowell, and
moved to Starke from Gainesville
in 1958. She was a homemaker
and a member of Bethel Baptist
Church of Starke.
She was preceded in death by
hher husband, John G. Dampier,
;and a son, John S. Dampier.
'Survivors include: her sons, Jerry
Dampier and, Joey Dampier, both
of Starke, and Steve Smith of
;Gainesville; a brother, Norman
Rowell of Gainesville; six
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.
The family will receive friends
-at the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel in
;Starke on Wednesday, Jan. 5,
'from 6-9 p.m. Funeral services
iwvill be on Thursday, Jan. 6, at 11
a.m. in Hope Baptist Church with
Pastor Larry Strickland
officiating. Interment will follow
:in Hope Cemetery. Arrangements
.are by Jones-Gallagher Funeral
Home of Starke.

Raymond DeVoe
STARKE-Raymond Walter
iDeVoe Jr., 53, of Starke, died on
Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010, at
.Shands Starke. He was born in
:Newton, N.J., on April 9, 1957, to
the late Raymond Walter DeVoe
:Sr. and Elizabeth Caroline DeVoe.
'He was a lifelong resident of
;Starke and was a member of
.Bradford Baptist Church.
SMr. DeVoe is survived by: his
'wife of six years, Kathy DeVoe of
Starke; his children, Walter
i"Walt" DeVoe of Anderson, S.C.,
Toni DeVoe of South Carolina,
and Shannon Brooks of
;Gainesville; and his sisters, Nancy
Sibley and Ethel (David)
Storminger, both of Starke.
SFuneral services were held on
Jan. 2, at Archie Tanner Funeral
"Services with Pastor Rick Jackson
;officiating. In lieu of flowers, the
family requests that donations be
made to assist with service
.expenses. Arrangements are under
:the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
services of Starke. Visit
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Dwight Elwood
LAKE BUTLER-Dwight
Vincent Elwood, 80, of Lake
Butler, died Thursday, Dec. 30,
2010, at his home after an
extended illness. He was born in
Dunlap, Iowa, the son of the late
Kenneth E. Elwood and Anna A.
Smith Elwood. He was in the
construction and power line
business for many years, and was
a member of the International
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
Union.
He had lived in Lake Butler
since 1996. He attended Grace
Fellowship Church in Lake Butler,
and was a member of the VFW.
He was preceded in death by: a
daughter, Shirley Peeples; and a
grandson, Eddie Peeples. He is
survived by: his wife of 20 years,
Linn Adams Elwood; a daughter,
Laura E. Kemp of Lake Butler; a
stepdaughter, Cheryl Ann Daniels
of Marshall, Ark.; a son, Larry
Elwood of Mason City, Iowa;
three stepsons, Darrell Lancaster
of Immocklee, Joseph Townsend
of Grandberry, Texas, and Keith
Lancaster of Mountain Grove,
Mo.; three brothers, Charles
Elwood of Cabool, Mo., Elvin
Elwood of Ozark, Mo., and Bob
Elwood of Jonesboro, Ark.; a
sister, Susan Jarrett of Cabooi; 24
grandchildren and 25 great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Jan. 3, in the Chapel of Archer
Funeral Home of. Lake Butler,
with the Rev. Terry Elixson
officiating. Burial followed in
Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the
care of Archer Funeral Home.

Joachim
Freudewald
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Joachim "Joe" Emil Freudewald,
77. of Keystone Heights, died on
Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2010, at the
Park of the Palms Christian
Retirement Community. Mr.
Freudewald was born in
Heiligenhaus, Germany on Dec. 5,
1933, to the late Werner and Erna
Berning Freudewald.
He married Christiana
Bernhardine on Dec. 9, 1960, in
Heiligenhaus, and then moved to
New Jersey, where they became
naturalized U.S. citizens
Mr. Freudewald was preceded
in death by his wife in July 2009.


He is survived by two brothers in
Germany.
A memorial service will be held
on Friday, Jan. 7, at 2 p.m. in the
Park of the Palms Chapel. In lieu
of flowers, contributions may be
made to the Park of the Palms.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Marie Green
MELROSE-Marie Hoppe
Green, 88, of Melrose, died on
Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, at Shands
Starke. She was "a member of
Keystone Christian Church. She is
survived by her nephews, Tom
Tomrberlin of Alachua, and
Timmothy J. Tomberlin of High
Springs; and a niece, .Melinda
Geoffrey of New Jersey.
Graveside services will be held
at Eliam Cemetery in Melrose on
Friday, Jan. 7, at 11 a.m. with the
Rev. Buster Appling officiating. A
visitation will be held at Moring
Funeral Home priot to services
from 9-10:45 a.m. Arrangements
are under the care of Moring
Funeral Home of Melrose.


Lillian Haile


Lillian Haile
STARKE-Lillian Y. Haile, 77,
of Starke, died on Friday, Dec. 31,
2010, at Bradford Terrace
following an extended illness. She
was born in Alachua on Nov. 24,
1933. She was a retired educator
and worked at Walmart of Starke
and River of Life Church Daycare.
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taught school at Alachua County,
and served in the United States
military.
She is survived by: a sister,
Rubye H. Howell of Ft.
Lauderdale; a caregiver, Darlene
and Victor Maser of Melrose;
sisters-in-law, Elaine Haile of
Starke, Sarah Haile of Gainesville,
Hattie Haile of Philadelphia, and
Anne Haile of Ocala. She was
preceded in death by: her parents,
the Rev. G.W. and Wilma Haile;
siblings, Carl D. Haile, Charlie
Haile, Elijah Haile, Daniel Haile,
Jessie Haile,'John Haile, Lucille
Haile, Mable Haile Waters and
Beatrice Haile Austin; 56 nieces
and 47 nephews.
Memorial services will be held
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held in St. Matthew Cemetery in
Alachua under the direction of
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be no visitation.




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Marcelle Kittles
WINDSOR-Marcelle Ellen
Kitties, 42, of Windsor, died
Saturday, Jan. 1, 2011, at her
residence. She was born on Sept.
20, 1968, in Jacksonville, to Ellis
Carl and Mary Ellen Jenkins
Townsend. She was employed as a
CNA and also worked in
childcare.
She grew up in Jacksonville,
but lived the past seven years in
Windsor, where she attended
Eliam Baptist Church.
She is survived by: her
husband, Patrick Neal Kittles; her
mother, Mary Ellen Townsend of


Melrose; daughters, Sarah Ellen
Williams and Tiffany ,Jnee''
Deboyd, both of Gainesville;'
brothers, Malcolm Craig Jenkins
of St. Augustine and Harold.
Edwin Trombley of Jacksonville;
and sisters, Mary Elizabeth
Edenfield of St. Augustine,
Michelle Ann Trombley of'
Keystone Heights and Letha
Emma Edenfield of St. Augustine.
Funeral services will be held on,
Wednesday, Jan. 5, at 2 p.m. ini
Williams-Thomas Funeral Home'
in Hawthorne, U.S. 301 South, at-
Lake Avenue. Interment will
follow at Townsend Cemetery.


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Winslow Martin
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS-
Winslow Leon Martin, 83, of
Keystone Heights, died Monday,
Dec. 27, 2010, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville. He was an Army
veteran and a member of the
American Legion in New
Hampshire.
He is survived by: his sons,
Leon (Linda) James Martin of
Keystone Heights, and John
(Rbxane) Martin of Berlin, N.H.;
four grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
SA visitation was held on Dec.
31, at Moring Funeral Home in
Melrose. Arrangements are under
the care of Moring Funeral Home
of Melrose.

Martha Mizell
STARKE-Martha Loucille
.Lucy" Alvarez Mizell, 81, passed
avay at her home on Saturday,
eec. 25, 2010. Mrs. Mizell was
orn in Starke on Feb. 28, 1929, to
le late Alonzo L. and Annie Sapp
.lvarez, and was the owner and
operator of Mizell's Beauty Shop
w Starke for many years.
SMrs. Mizell had been a lifelong
resident of Starke and Keystone
weights area, and a member of the
Keystone Heights Presbyterian
church .
, She was preceded in death by:
ier husband, Ben Mizell; and their
laughter, Pamela Mizell Poppell
'homas. Her survivors include:
ter daughters, Martha Ann Mizell
Rf Keystone Heights and Pattie
Fulon of Melrose; five
grandchildren, Virginia
Sallonquist and Benjamine
allonquist, both of Keystone
Heights, Christopher Poppell,
]yle Poppell, and Taylor Poppell,
I of Melrose; and one great-
grandchild, Jasmyn Mizell.
I A memorial service for Mrs.
Mizell was held on Jan: 5, in the
Keystone Heights Presbyterian
church with Pastor Brad Williams
officiating. Burial followed at the
Keystone Heights Cemetery. In
lieu of flowers, the family is
asking for contributions to be
made to Haven Hospice, 6400 St.
Johns Ave., Palatka, FL 32177.
Arrangements are under the care
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.
PAID OBITUARY

Edward Mobley
HAMPTON-Edward Earnest
"Ed" Mobley, 87, of Hampton,
passed away on Saturday, Jan. 1,
2011, following an extended
illness. Mr. Mobley was born on
Jan. 14, 1923, in Folkston, Ga., to
the late Lacy and Fleta Grooms
Mobley, and,,moved toq.arke in.
j 947 from Jacksonvifte--
He was a World War II veteran,
serving in the U.S. Army 101"
Airborne Infantry (the Screaming
eagles ) as a paratrooper. Prior to
retirement, he was a yacht builder
for Huckins Yacht Builders, was a
custodian at the Bradford Middle
School, and a school crossing
guard.
Mr. Mobley was a former
tfiember of Bible Baptist Church
|nd the Veterans of Foreign Wars,
ost 1016 in Starke. He was
preceded in death by: his wives,
Delores Williams Mobley and
jlizabeth Adams Mobley; his
sister, Loucille Raulerson; his
brother, Phillip Mobley; and a
grandson, Michael Wayne
obley.
SHe is survived by: his wife,
Clara Pringle Brewer Mobley of
Keystone Heights; daughters,
Dianne (Buster) Hughes, and
Barbara (Cecil) Slover, all of
Hampton; a son, Wayne (Terrie)
Mobley of Hampton; sisters,
Eunice Caldwell of Jacksonville,
wellel Beckham of Johnson,
Grady Downey of Greenwood,
S.C., Earnestine Underhill and
Janice Kerce, both of Starke, and
JoAnne Dotson of Ypsilanti,
;Mich.; a brother, Fulton Mobley
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of Palm Coast; 16 grandchildren;
54 great-grandchildren; 15 great-
great-grandchildren; and close
friends, Gene andFaith Murphy of
Starke.
The family received friends at
the Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
on Jan. 4. Funeral services were
held on Jan. 5, in Sampson City
Church of God with the Rev. Gene
Bass and the Rev. Roger Worten
officiating. Interment followed in
Macedonia Cemetery in
Macclenny. Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home of
Starke.
PAID OBITUARY


Mark Olin
STARKE-Mark Vernon Olin,
67, a 42-year resident of Starke,
passed away on Sunday, Jan. 2,
2011, at the VA Medical CenterAn
Gainesville.
He was born in Avon, N.Y. on
Dec. 14, 1943, to the late Vernon
E. Olin and Eloise Makuen Olin.
He was a Pass Master, a Shriner,
and a past member of Lawtey
Lodge 189. He owned and
operated Olin's Mobile Home
Center in Starke for many years.
He enjoyed race cars and
collecting antique cars.
Mr. Olin is survived by: his
loving wife of 38 years, Elaine
Olin of Starke; his sons, Glenn
Olin and Christopher (Sparkel)
Olin, both of Starke; his brothers,
John Olin of Starke; and Keith
(Robin) Olin of Lancaster, Pa.; his
two granddaughters, Wynter and
Keala Olin; and six nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be held on
Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011, at 11 a.m.
at Archie Tanner Funeral Services
with Pastor David Hodges
officiating. Interment will follow
at Crosby Lake Cemetery. Family
will receive friends one hour prior
to .service. In lieu of. flowers,
please make donations to the
furieral home to assist with
expenses, Arrangements are under
the care of Archie Tanner Funeral
Services of Starke. Visit
www.archietannerfuneralseryices.
com to sign family's guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


William Reno
William C. Reno, 68, died
Friday, Dec. 31, 2010, surrounded
by his family and friends. He was
born on Dec. 9, 1942, to Virginia
Tyron and Raymond C. Reno, in
Wheeling, W.V. He was preceded
in death by his father, mother,
older sister, Virginia Bramer, and
numerous other family members. ,
He served his country during
the Cuban Crisis as a boatswain's
mate in the United States Navy
aboard the USS Bordelon. He was
also retired from the Starke Police
Department as assistant chief of
police. He was in his third year as
commander of VFW Post 2811,
and was a member of American
Legion Post 16 in Gainesville.
He is survived by: his brother,
Robert (Joyce) Reno of
Gainesville; his sister, Vivian
Clark of Moundsville, W.V.; his
wife of 48 years, Ann Reno; his
daughters, Lisa (Pete) Horten and
Virginia (Jorge) Acevedo; and
seven grandchildren.
Mr. Reno will be cremated and
a memorial service will be held at
a later date. There will be an
announcement made in the
Gainesville Sun when this is
scheduled. Arrangements are
entrusted to Forest Meadows
Funeral Home Cemeteries and
Crematory. Please sign the
guestbook at
www.forestmeadowsfh.com.

Nancy Rigdon
STARKE-Nancy Ann Rigdon,
68, a 27-year resident of Starke,
passed away on Sunday, Jan. 2,
2011, at her residence with family
by her -side. She was born in
Harrisburg, Pa. on Jan. 21, 1942,
to the late Gerald J. Morris and
Harriet A. Servey. Nancy enjoyed
working in her rose gardens,
reading, and spending time with
her family. She was preceded in
death by her first husband, Charles
"Roger" Williams, and her sister,
Dorothy Morris.
She is survived by: her loving
husband of 17 years, Elvin Leroy
Rigdon of Starke; her children,
Charles "Chuck" Williams Jr. and
Suzanne Cam, both of Titusville,
and Brenda. Vasquez of
Jacksonville; her grandchildren,
Nicole Larkin, Erika Larkin,
Charles R. Williams III, Michelle
Cam, and Michael Cam; and her
great-grandson, Charles R.
Williams IV.
Services will be held at a later
date. Arrangements are under the
care and direction of Archie
Tanner Funeral Services of Starke.
Visit www.archietannerfuneral
services.com to sign the family's
guest book.
PAID OBITUARY


Thomas Royan
LAKE BUTLER-Thomas
Morrison Royan, 61, of Lake
Butler, died suddenly on Friday,
Dec. 31, 2010, at his home. He
was born in Scotland, and moved


to the U.S. 10 years ago. He was
the son of the late John M. Royan
and Charlotte McCall Royan. He
was a chef, a martial arts
instructor and a massage therapist.
He is survived by: his wife of
10 years, Vickie Reed Royan; a
stepdaughter, Vickie Snide of
Springfield, Vt.; a son, Jonathan
Royan of Australia; a stepson,
Burton Burt of Lake Butler; a
sister, Carole Murrell of Canada;
and six grandchildren.
Memorial services were held on
Jan. 4, in the New Life Fellowship
Church in Lake City with Pastor
Buddy, Malloy officiating. Burial
will be held at a later date under
the care of Archer Funeral Home
of Lake Butler.

Deborah
Sheppard
Deborah E. Sheppard, 57, died
Thursday, Dec. 30, 2010,
following a brief illness. She was
the daughter of the late Harold
Ray and Retha Bradley Foster Sr.
and the widow of the late David
Sheppard Jr. She was also
preceded in death by a brother,
Harold Foster. She had lived in
Lake City for the past 12 years.
She is survived by: a son,
Charles (Karrie) Leach Jr. of
Graham; two daughters,
Kimberley Walker of Live Oak,
and Jennifer (Bubba) Peeler of
Live Oak; two brothers, Stephen
Foster of Longview, Wash., and
Eddie (Michelle) Bailey of
Oxford, Ala.; a sister, Kathleen
Foster of Longview; and nine
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Jan. 4, at -White Springs Holiness-
Church with Dale Croft
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Gateway-Forest
Lawn Funeral Home of Lake City.
Please sign the guestbook at
gatewayforestlawn.com.

Richard Starling
LAWTEY-Richard E. "Gene"
StarinL' died on Monda'. Jan 3.
,11i after a brief illness. He was
ho'n in La%\te\. and moved to
J.ckon i ille "here he met and
marred his life. Marga3 in 1986.
Tgetlher. Ihe\ opened Starling's


Market in San Marci:' Square
He is surm\ed by\ his %%ife o
25 \ears. Marga\. his son. Rick
(Cherrne Starling: and seter
grandchildren
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Jackson Warren Denmark Steve Denmark
DENMARK Jackson "J W." Warren Denmark, age 81. a 16 year
resident of Starke, FL passed aa\ay on Wednesday, Decetrber 29. 2010
at the VA Medical Center in Gaines\ille, FL. J.W. was born in
Jacksonille, FL on December 19, 1929 to the late Warren Jackson
Denmark and Della Hilliard Denmark. He was a member of Pme
Grove Congregatonal Methodist Church of Ralford, FL and he was
active in the children's minister J %W retired from Inermanonal Paper
Company, after 32 ,ear- of working as a dispatcher and electrician
He also ow ned and operated Denmark and Swords Appliance Se rce
in Starke. FL He enjoyed farming, playing the tambourine, listemng
to music., working on appliances. and watching his favorite show. The
Price Is Right \WV as preceded in death b) his great-,gret
grandfather. Ste\e Denmark, the first Sheriff of Starke. FL; his
grandfather. Marian Lester "Babe" Hilliard, his sister, Kathleen Hr.es--
and his brother. Harold Denmark.
He is surged b% his losing wife of 60 years. Thelma Denmark of
Starke, FL; his sons, Lynn Denmark of Starke, FL, Phillip (Christ)
Denmark of Salt Springs, FL, Roger L. (Mary Williams) Denmark,
Bruce (Mary Green) Denmark, and Shane Denmark all of;
Jacksonville, FL; his sister; Juanita Wilkerson of Jacksonville, FL; his
brother-in-law, Wayne Hires of Jacksonville, FL; his 15 grandchildren,
18 great grandchildren, and his 1 great-great grandchild.
Funeral Services will be held on Friday, December 31,2010 at 12:00.
p.m. at Pine Grove Congregational Methodist Church with Pastor
Jimmy Scott officiating. Interment will follow at Pine Grove
Congregational Methodist Church Cemetery. Family will receive
friends on Frida\. December 31. 2010 an hour prior to the service.
Arrangements are under the care and direction of ARCHIE TANNER
FUNERAL SERVICES Starke, FL. 904-964-5757. Visit httpJ:
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ING should be submitted
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added to all billings to
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PORTUNITY. All real
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41 Auctions
ESTATE AUCTION Sat. Jan.
8, 10am. From 100 take
W. Pratt St. to Bradford St.
to 1331 Blanding St., see
signs. This is the estate of
the late Jerry McGriff. 6 x
8 Handi House storage
building, carport, antique
& modern furniture. Hub-
bly & other old toys. Loads
of sports memorabilia,
some autographed items,
old books, Dep. glass,
Hummels, large collec-
tion of Kaleidoscopes.
This is a very partial list-
ing. There is loads of
items, bring your chair.
Announcements at sale
have precedence over
Adv. Cash or check. 10%
buyers premium. Key-
stone Auction' Service,
AU2225, AB1648. Call
352-283-6297.
42 Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
"2001 GMC BOX TRUCK,
built in shelves. Great
wort truck. $3,500. Call
904-964-6305.
2001 CHEVY TRUCK, ex-
tended cab, 4 x 4, nice
transportation. Can be
financed with payments
under $300, $7,300. Call
364-9022.
43 RV
2002 5TH WHEEL, New-
mar Country Star, 35ft,
3 slides, original owner,
$32,000. Call 904-769-
2367.
45 Land for Sale
3.5 ACRES high and dry,
cleared, ready for home
or mobile home. Ask-
ing $25K. Call Marlena
Palmer at Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-422-0470.
1 ACRE HIGH & dry, oak
trees, ready for home
or mobile home. Asklng
$7,500. Call 904-631-
3594.
47 Commercial
Property
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence room, kitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.
WAREHOUSE 3000 sq. ft.
with a 12 foot over head
door $800 per month. OF-
FICE SPACE 3,000 sq. ft.
$1,200 per month. 1,800
sq. ft. on Edwards road
for $1,200 Smith & Smith
Realty, 904-964-9222.
OFFICE SPACE DOWN-
TOWN. Reception area,
3 offices, kitchen, 2 bath-
rooms, $750 per month.
Call 904-364-9022.
49 Mobile
Homes:
HOME oCYANS1FOR CRED-
IT scores under 600. Call
904-772-8031.
DOLLAR & a DEED. Come
get you a new home for
only $270 per month. Call
9004-783-4619.
NEVER BEFORE TITLED
all factory warranties ap-
ply. 3BR/2BA, only $350
per month. Call 904-783-
4619.
PALM HARBOR 32 X 80
4BR/2BA, only $475 per
month. Call 904-783-
4619.


FOREST PARK APTS

OF LAKE BUTLER

Now Renting 1 & 2 BR Apts
Rental assistance available to
qualified applicants. Office hours Mon,
Wed and Thurs, 8 a.m. 12 pm and 1
pm 5 p.m.

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HOMES OFMERIT. Double
wide, 3BR/2BA, $1,600
down, $275 per month.
Call 904-783-4619.
LAND HOME PACKAGE
starting at $79,900 up to
$130,000. Your land or
ours, well, septic tank,
power pole. Call 386-
623-4218.
USED DOUBLE WIDES
and single wides. Larg-
est selection in North FL.
All price ranges starting
at 5K and up. Call 386-
623-4218.
NEED A HOME we have
investor financing or in
house with large down
payment. Call Mike at
386-623-4218 and win.
GOVERNMENT LOANS
FHA/VA/Conventional.
Need 16 customers
for FHA/VA financing.
VA-No down payment.
Land owners-no down
payment. FHA-very little
down. No credit neces-
sary. 5% interest rate on
all new homes, WAC. Call
Tom at 386-418-0424.
GENE JIM& ROY'S. All new
13th Street Home Sales
has re-opened between
Gainesville and Alachua.
All 2010 models must go!
Free furniture with all lot
models and free set up
and delivery. Save up
to $10,000. 8 models to
choose from. Call Bruce
or Ridge at 386-418-
0438.
SINGLE WIDES. North Flor-
ida's largest selection to
choose from. 14 wides
and 16 wides starting at
$15,995. We finance. Call
Kyle at 386-418-0435.
13th Street Homes, Hwy
441, Alachua, FL.
USED HOMES. 2002
Homes of Merit, 32 x
70, 3BR/2BA, $42,995.
2001 Redman, 16 x 70,
3BR/2BA, $21,995, like
new. 1999 Fleetwood, 32
x 80, 4BR/2BA $38,500.
2006 Fleetwood, 32 x 80
4BR/3BA. Deluxe model,
like new, $54,995. 13th
Street Homes, Hwy 441,
Alachua FL, call 386-418-
0435.
NEW 2011 DOUBLE WIDE
3BR/2BA, $29,995 deliv-
ered and set-up only at
13th Street Home Sales.
.In stock now! Hwy 441
Alachua, FL. Call Kyle at
386-418-0424.
NEVER TITLED 2011 28 X
80 4BR/2BA, set up and
delivered, well, septic,
& electric, $51,500. Call
Bruce at 386-418-0438.
GENE, JIM & ROY'S 13th
Street Homes, Hwy 441,
\Alachua, FL. No credit.
? down payment to land
owners! Super Sale! Free
furniture and set up with
lot models. Call 386-418-
0424.
2005 28 x 80 Fleetwood
on acre on 34th Terr.
in Gainesville. Land-
scaped fenced lot, with
back porch, LR, Den, FP,
dream kitchen, glamour
bathroom. As low as $495
a month! Call 904-589-
9585.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
2008,Jacobsen Home on
one acre in Middleburg,
landscaped fenced lot on
paved road, LR, Den, FP,
dream kitchen. Owner
has financing. Zero down
as low as $695 a mo. 904-
589-9585.


2011 JACOBSON MOD-
ULAR Home on acre
landscaped fenced lot
in Orange Park. Home
has 4/3 LR, Den, FP,
Dream Kitchen. Owner
has financing. Low to No
Down. As low as $695 a
mo. 904-589-9585.
50 For Rent
HOUSE AND MOBILE home
for rent. In good condition,
for more information call:
9Q4-964-5006 or 904-
422-8959.
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3 bedroom/1 bath single-
wide. After 4p.m. Call
386-496-2599.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Also, 2BR/
2BA house in Clay Coun-
ty, $750/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260.
3BR/2BA CLOSE to Key-
stone Heights Schools,
CH/A, W/D hookup,
stove, frig. 470 Dove St.,
Keystone Heights. $695
rent, $600 security. Call
352-475-5533 or 352-
226-9220.
LIKE NEW KEYSTONE
3BR/2BA SWMH, CH/A,
W/D, all appliances. $650
per month, first, last and
deposit. Service animals
only. Call 352-473-0464.
FOR RENT MH 2BR/1BA,
CH/A, clean, $525 + de-
posit. Call 904-769-9559,
leave a message.
2BR/1BA MH ideal for one
or two people. Starke
area, outside city limits.
$475 per month. Senior
discount. Call 904-964-
8218.
LIKE NEW KEYSTONE
Heights 2BR/1BA house,
large living room with fire-
place, CH/A, water, sewer
and outside maintenance
included, cable, dish
or direct TV available,
$550 per month, senior
discount available. Call
352-475-1689 or 352-
214-7764.
FOR RENT 2BR upstairs
apt. CH/A, fully electric,
$450 per month. Call Joan
at 904-964-4303.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison.
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREEI Nice, newly reno-
vated 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler. Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865.

Southern Villas of
Starke Apts,
Immediate Opening.
Looking for applicants.
HUD vouchers accepted.
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


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ALCilua/radlo'id A Commanilly Partnerhltp
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FBAT for entry level Corrections
Officers and the FCJBAT for entry
level Police Officers. Please contact
' Susan Brown at North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce at (904) 964-
5278 to schedule an appointment.





"WINTER SPECIAL"
3 Bedrooms 2 Baths

Onlys579 mth.
2/2 $549 mth. 4/2 $699 mth.
Subsidized Units Available.




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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 mohth, 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.
SINGLE WIDE MOBILE
HOME FOR RENT ON
PRIVATE LOT in Raiford
on CR 229.-2/1, $500/
mth. Call 386-431-1917
or 904-966-1396.
3BR/2BA & 2BR/2BA MH,
C H/A, NICE location,
nice home. $575/mo.
First months rent plus
deposit.. 352-745-1189
or 904-964-8431
SPACIOUS 3BR/2BA nice
area of Starke, near hos-
pital, $750 per month 1
year lease plus Deposit.
1403 East Call Street. Ap-
ply at 904-964-8073.
FOR RENT KEYSTONE
Heights. Nice 3BR/2BA,
appliances, carport +
detached garage/shop,
fenced rear yard, walking
distance to schools, refer-
ences required, $750 per
month + $750 security.
Broker owner, 352-665-
8067.
3BR HOUSE with a great
mother in law house.
Dwellings separated by a
carport. Mother in law apt
has kitchen and bathroom.
Both for $800 per month.
Clay Electric, located on
134th St. off Hwy 100.
Call 904-364-9022.
4/2 DOUBLEWIDE 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.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 14 x
70 MH. 2BR/2BA, avail-
able 1/15. 1 acre, garden
tub, cathedral ceilings,
separate shower, walk
in closet in master bed-
room, paved roads, nice


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area service animals only.
$565 plus deposit, call
Chris at 352-278-2338.
CLEAN 2BR/1BA, close
to shopping in Keystone
Heights, lawn care in-
cluded with $550, senior
discount, CH/A, srall
pets considered. 352-
'473-5214.
LAKE BUTLER CITY limits,
1BR/1BA cottage with
large 20 x 21 porch &
detached garage. Par-
tially furnished. $550 per
month. 1st & last months
rent + deposit. 386-496-
3418 after 5 p.m.
SWMH 2BR/1BA for rent,
CH/A, yard maint. In-
cluded, near UCI & FSP,
$400 per month plus $250
deposit. Call 904-769-
2148 or 904-964-8025.
FOR RENT: Country living,
house. 2BR/2BA, LR, DR,
Kitchen, utility room, 2 car
carport, CH/A, $650 per
month. First & last mo.
rent. Service animals only.
Call 904-964-6718.
2BR/2BA HOME, Keystone
area, washer/dryer, quiet
country setting on dead
end street, CH/A., no wa-
ter or sewer bill, large
screened front porch, rear
deck, water softener, ceil-
ing fans throughout. $650
per month with $400 se-
curity deposit, service
animals only, no smoking.
Call 352-281-4077.
3BR/2BA DWMH, CH/A,
fenced yard, between
Lake Butler & Starke on
100. $300 deposit, $750
per month. Call 904-305-
8287 or 904-284-9223.
VERY NICE 4BR/3BA home
on 2 acres, in Raiford.
$800 per month, first, last
& deposit req. Call 904-
885-3953.
BIG 1BR/1BA, house $575
per month, HWY 301 N.,
1st & last. 6 month lease,
904-769-6020.
MH 3BR/2BA, $650 month,
'$650 deposit, Starke. Call
352-258-4617 or 352-
468-2483.
RENTERS WANTED 2008
Jacobsen home on one
acre in Middleburg.
Landscaped fenced lot
on paved road, LR, Den,
FP, fully equipped kitchen,
close to shopping and
schools. First and last
mo. down. Call 904-589-
9585.
LAKE BUTLER Unfur-
nished 3BR/2BA w/large
family room that can be
used as 4th bedroom,
large yard, double carport
& storage room. Totally
remodeled, brand new


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BEDROOM APARTMENTS

HERITAGE VILLAS

APARTMENTS
607 Bradford Court ~ Starke, FL
Call for ifore info
904-964-6216
Hearing Impaired Only
call 800-955-8771
Handicapped Accessible
This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Ls
Provider, and Employer.


appliances. $750 month
plus deposit. Service
animals only. References
required. 386-496-2677
or 386-266-7342.
CORRECTIONALOFFICER
DISCOUNT: Raiford 3/2
mobile home $500 or
2/1 mobile home $500.
Located close to prisons.
Call 386-431-1197.
LAKE BUTLER CITY LIM-
ITS 1 BR/BA cottage
w/arge 20 x 21 porch &
detached garage. Partial-
ly furnished. $550 month.
1st & last month rent +
deposit. 386-496-3418
after 5 p.m.
3BR/1BA 1216 sq. ft. updat-
ed with hardwood floors,
and screened in back
porch. Must see $800.
Call Stephanie at Char-
nelle Whittemore Realty
904-477-6522.
2BR/1BA IN STARKE,
fenced yard, CH/A, $500/
mo. 904-521-2951.
51 Lost/Found
LOST DOG, black & white,
female cocker spaniel,
NE 19th Ave. in Starke.
Please return. Call 904-
964-6516.
52 Animals &
Pets
FREE SHIH TZU/PEKING-
ESE mix, male. Call 904-
263-0404 or 904-964-
8888.
53 A Starke Yard
Sales.
SAT. ONLY! 8am til 2pm.
SW 69th St., Hampton
Lake, follow signs. Little
bit of everything including
a weight bench.
53 B Keystohe
Yard Sales
HUGE MULTI FAMILY sale.
5033 Charity Lane. Furni-
ture, jewelry, housewares,
toys, misc. After 7am.
57 For Sale
CLOTHES DRYER. Heavy
duty, looks & works great.
Asking $150. New elec-
tric arm chair, paid $600
,asking $300. Please call
386-496-2744.
BUILT IN DISHWASHER
black, it works, bought a
new color, $40, call 904-
964-6516.


A.B.A
Tree Service
&
Property
Maintenance
Insured
Affordable
Rates
"No Job Too Small"
Scott Atteberry
352-275-1836


FENCE OR PEN panels
ideal for dog or other
animals. 5' x 8' panels
$15 each, 6' x 10' panels
$20 each. Call 904-263-
8675.
AGRICULTURAL LIME Win-
ter Special Pricing Bulk
Fine Agricultural Lime
Material $3.50 per ton.
Call 904-879-0220 for
more information.
OAK FIREWOOD, $175/
cord, 1/4, 1/2 cord also
available. Free delivery
in Starke, Lake Butler and
Keystone Heights areas
Call 352-275-1836.
59 Personal
Services
SEARS HOME IMPROVE-
MENT Guaranteed in-
stallment HVAC systems,
custom replacement win-
dows & doors, premium
siding, kitchen remodeling
& cabinet refacing. Free
estimates & financing,
call 904-368-9966. Sears,
Madison Street, Starke.
I BUY CARS, metals, trac-
tors, ATV's, lawn mowers
& trucks. No title neces-
sary. Will pick up within
150 mile radius, pay cash.
Call Pete at 904-769-
2367.
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.
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.
EXPERIENCED HOME
Health.care and assis-
tance. Your home or pos-
sibly assisted living op-
portunity at mine. Excel-
lent references available.
Call 352-475-1838.


QUALITY CLEANING at
reasonable rates. Start
your year off cleanly Week-
ly, biweekly and monthly
cleaning available, free
estimates. Call 904-964-
5858.
HELPING HAND for seniors,
sit with seniors, prepare
meals, meds. etc. If you
need a hand please call
352-478-6003.
DAY CARE IN LAKE BUT-
LER, great rates, all
hours, lots of TLC. HRS
certified, CPR certified
and First Aide certified.
Call 386-496-1062.

65 Help Wanted
PART TIME boys PE coach
position available. This:
would be perfect for a
mature college student
or retiree. It is 3 days per
week, 8am-2:30pm. Must
lead a Christ-centered
life and attend church
regularly. An athletic back-
ground is preferred. For
more information please
dall Glenda at 904-964-
7124.
PT HOME HEALTH needed
in the Keystone Heights'
area. Fax Resume to
(904) 621-0968, or call
(904) 527-2030.
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.
WAREHOUSE position
available, 40 hr min per
week. Apply at Gator II'
Farm Supply. South of'
Starke on Hwy 301. HS
Diploma required.
STAFF NEEDED TO WORK
with disabled in Starke
area, must have 1 year
experience, ability to pass''
background screenings..
PT positions. High school
diploma and transporta-
tion required. $8.00 hour.-
904-966-2100.
COUNTER HELP delivery
driver needed at Buddy's
Pizza in Earleton. Apply-
at 20006 NE CR 1469
between 4pm-9pm, no
phone calls please. Only
mature experienced indi-
viduals apply.


3BR/2BA in Keystone
Very clean, new paint, fenced in backyard.
$750/mo. plus $800 security
Call 352-473-8055


Auction
Fri., Jan. 7 @ 6:30 P.M. 250 SW 9th Ave., Lake Butler, FI
CLEANING OUT THE BARN!
Tools Glassware Quilts & Blankets Hardware Furniture Pot &
Pans Garden Tools Cook Books Art Work & Frames
And Much, Much More!
See full listing and Photos on Auctionzip.com
Auctioneer ID#16695 Col Stephen D. Wilson AB809 AU1159
ITerms Cash, Visa, MC, Discover. 10% Buyer's Premium.
Call for reserved seating.
For more information call 352-317-0072 or 352-316-0806


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childless happily
married couple seeks
to adopt. Loving
home. Large
extended family.
Financial security.
Expenses paid.
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Crime &Punishment


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
fThe following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law- enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay
(Keystone Heights area)
counties:


John
Keystone
Jan. 3
Sheriffs
deputies
auto.


Bennett, 43, of
Heights was arrested
by Clay County
Office (CCSO)
for burglary to an


Rick Bumpus, 53, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 30 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for violation of
probation for an original
charge of DUI.
Thomas Michael Bly, 37, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
21 by Union County Sheriffs
Office Deputy David Shane for
battery on a law enforcement
officer after he became
agitated during an incident and
struck Deputy Shane in the
shoulder.
Jose Guadalupe Contreras,
23, was arrested Dec. 30 by
Waldo Police Department
officers and booked into the
Bradford County Jail for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
John Marcus Erwin, 34, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
17: by UCSO Deputy Daniel
Williams for contempt of
court-violation of an injunction
for protection from domestic
violence.
Barbara Joy Gordon, 62, of
StAke was arrested Dec. 28 by
Bradford County Sheriffs
Office (BCSO) deputies for
battery. Bond was set at
$1,000 and she remained in jail
as 6f press time.
Matthew Olan Green, 22, of
Hamnpton was arrested Jan. 1
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail .fo.drtiributlnn of
synthesized narcotics and
possession of synthesized
narcotics with intent to sell.
Bond was set at $50,000 and
he remained in jail as of press
tire.
Alphonso Dwayne Griffin,
33. of Newberry was arrested
Dec. 15 by UCSO Capt. H. M.
To nlinson on a warrant for
fraudulent use of credit cards
anal obtaining property through
fraid. Bond was set at $2,500.
Michael Wilson Hall, 49, of
Strke was arrested Dec. 28 by
Strke Police Department
(SOD)'officers for retail theft.
Bcqhd was set at $500 and he
was released on bond Dec. 28.
Joel Benjamin Hayes, 27, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 29 by
BCSO deputies for violation of
probation for an original
misdemeanor charge. He was


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being held on no bond and
remained in jail as of press
time.
Donovan Heiderson, 27, a
Department of Corrections
inmate, was arrested Dec. 30
upon his release from DOC
and charged with committing a
lascivious act while he was in
prison. He was booked into the
Bradford County Jail and bond
was set at $5,000. He was
released on bond Jan. 3.
Jessie Juan Hernandez, 35,
of Lee High Acres was
arrested Dec. 29 by UCSO
Deputy Charles Townsend on
two counts of battery and one
count of false imprisonment
after allegedly repeatedly
hitting and choking the victim
and preventing her from
leaving the residence when she
attempted to.
Linda Sue Ives, 67, of Starke
was arrested Jan. I by BCSO
deputies for failure to appear
in court for an original
misdemeanor charge. Bond
was set at $2,000 and she was
released on bond Jan. 1.
Savannah R. Jones, 26, of
Jacksonville was arrested Dec.
30 and booked into- the
Bradford County Jail on
charges of armed robbery and
being an accessory after the
fact to a felony. Bond was set
at $10,000 and she remained In
jail as of press time.
Tony Eugene Jordan, 30, of
Providence was arrested Dec.
15 by UCSO Capt. Tomlinson
on a warrant for violation of
probation for an original
felony offense. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Eugene King, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested Dec. 14 by
UCSO Capt. Tomlinson on a


warrant for inciting a riot.
Bond was set at $1,500.
Warren Mitriese Lee, 20, of
Starke was arrested Dec. 30 by
BCSO deputies and SPD
officers for sale of cocaine,
distribution of cocaine and two
counts of possession of
cocaine with intent to sell,
Bond was set at $60,000 and
'he remained in jail as of press
time.
Kevin Lamar Lowery, 26, an
inmate of the Florida
Department of Corrections,
was charged Dec. 15 by UCSO
Capt. Tomlinson for lewd or
lascivious exhibition in the
presence of a DOC employee.
He was held on no bond and
returned to the custody of
DOC.
Luis Geovannie Matos-
Miranda, 25, of Tampa was
arrested Jan. 2 by BCSO
deputies for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
set at $5,000 and he was
released on bond Jan. 2.
Kimberly Matukaitus, 43, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 1 by CCSO deputies for
trespassing.
Robert Daniel Mitchell, 41,
of Leesburg was arrested Dec.
20 by UCSO Deputy Brett
Handley for disorderly
intoxication after Deputy
Handley informed him that he
was too impaired to drive.
Mitchell continued to argue
loudly that he would drive.
Glenn Moore, 55, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 28 by CCSO deputies for
grand theft.
Sean Richard Myers, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested Jan.
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while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond was set at $500
and he was released on bond
Jan. 3.
Clifton Passwater, 60, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 31 by CCSO deputies as
a habitual traffic offender.
James Cleveland Perry, 47,
of Lake Butler was arrested
Jan. 1 by UCSO Inv. Donnie
Jones for stalking.
Jack Tony Philbrick, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested Dec.
30 by UCSO Deputy Todd
Hanlon on a warrant for
violation of probation for an
original felony charge. Bond
was set at $10,000.
James Rennard, 58, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 31 by CCSO deputies on
a warrant for vioaltion of
probation for an original
charge of domestic battery.
Stephen Brett Revels, 29, of
Macclenny was arrested Jan. 3
by SPD officers for possession
of prescription drugs without a
prescription. He was being
held on no bond and remained
in jail as of press time.
Rosamarie Denice Simmons,


3 1, of Starke was arrested Dec.
31 by BCSO deputies for
fraud-giving false information
to a pawn dealer. She was
released Dec. 31.
Kenneth Andre Steele, 41,
of Starke was arrested Dec. 31
by BCSO deputies for battery
and distrubing the peace. Bond
was set at $11,000 and he
remained in jail as of press
time.
Jeffery Swartz, 23, of Starke
was arrested Jan. 2 by CCSO
deputies for disorderly.
intoxication.
Mitchell Lee Tate, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested Jan. 3
by UCSO Deputy Handley on
a warrant for distribution of
opium or an opium derivative.
He was released on his own
recognizance.
Heather Michelle Thornton,
33, of Lake Butler was arrested
Dec. 28 by UCSO deputies for
disorderly intoxication. She
was released Dec. 29.


Jeffrey Allen Walters, 28, of
Macclenny was arrested Dec.
31 by BCSO deputies for
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. He was
released on Jan. 1

Michael Alan Waters, 22, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Jan. 2 by SPD officers for
fraud-failing to return leased
property to the owner. He was
released on Jan. 2.
William Wesley, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Dec. 29 by CCSO deputies on
warrants for two counts of
breach of the peace.
Edward West, 55, of
Melrose was arrested Jan. 3 by
CCSO deputies for stalking.
Shane David Willis, 37, of
Pierson was arrested Jan. 1 by
BCSO deputies for driving
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