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Title: Union County times
Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: May 12, 2005
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Lake Butler (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Union County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Union -- Lake Butler
Coordinates: 30.021667 x -82.340833 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1920?
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 23, no. 35 (Dec. 21, 1934).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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 Related Items
Preceded by: Bradford County times

Table of Contents
    Section A: Main
        A 1
        A 2
        A 3
        A 4
        A 5
        A 6
        A 7
        A 8
        A 9
        A 10
        A 11
        A 12
        A 13
        A 14
        A 15
        A 16
        A 17
        A 18
        A 19
        A 20
        A 21
        A 22
    Section B: Regional News
        B 1
        B 2
        B 3
    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
        B 4
    Section B: Regional News Continued
        B 5
        B 6
        B 7
        B 8
    Section B: Regional News: Classified Ads
        B 9
        B 10
        B 11
        B 12
    Section C: Features and Sports
        C 1
        C 2
        C 3
        C 4
        C 5
        C 6
        C 7
        C 8
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UCHS graduation set
'd to say goodbye... for this Friday night


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Four years of hard work
will all come to a close this
Friday, May 13, as 127 Union
County High School seniors
will cross the stage to receive
their diplomas from
Superintendent Carlton Faulk.
The ceremony will begin at
8 p.m. and be held in Tiger
Stadium. Valedictorian Kerri
Gnann and salutatorian Esther
Holmes will both present a
special address during the
ceremony. Kelsey Croft, senior
class president will welcome
everyone to the ceremony.
The Union County JROTC
will then post the American
and Florida flags: The Pledge-
of Allegiance will be lead by
Kelly Clark, senior class
treasurer. Seniors Lauren Allen
and Jaime Stewart will sing the
national anthem.
Principal Gale Lappalainen
will then recognize the
members of the class that are


graduating as honor graduates.
These graduates have a grade
point average of 3.0 or higher.
Students graduating with
high honors, those having a
grade point average of 3.5 or
higher include: Lauren Allen,
Morgan Andersen-Davis,
Andrea Andrews, Amy Bacon,
Bela Bhatt, Franklin Brown,
Jeremy Brown, Ashley Clark,
Aaron Coleman, Kenneth
Cooper, Katie Crawford,
Micahel Davis, Holly
Dellenger, Stephen Gibson,
Kerri Gnann, Kyrstal Gunter,
April Hammock, Amanda
Harden, Ryan Hayes, Esther
Holmes, Rachel Hughes,
Shannon McRae, Amanda M.
Parrish, Stefanie Parsons,
Emerson- Perry, Timothy
Pittman, Mark Riherd, Bonnie
Ripley, Ryan Southwelt, Bryan
Ward, John Adam Waters,
Sylisa Waters, Elnora Webster,

See GRAD, p. 3A


Seniors recognized

for their

accomplishments


By JAMES REDMOND
Tirres Staff Writer
On May 10, seniors from
Union County.High School
(UCHS) were recognized for
their special achievements
throughout the year.
The ceremony also awards
several seniors with college
scholarships as well. More
than $80,000 was handed out
in the form of tuition and
scholarships. The ceremony
took place in the UCHS
auditorium.
Seniors graduating with a
high honors, a grade point
average (GPA) of 3.5 or
higher, and honors, seniors
with a GPA of 3.0 or higher,
were the first to be recognized.
High honors graduates were
given a white cord to wear
with -their graduation, gown,
while honors graduates were
given a yellow chord. The
chords were presented by
UCHS Principal Gale


Lappalainen.
Next up were the
valedictorian, and. salutatorian
scholarships presented by Bill
Cobb of Mercantile Bank.
Valedictorian Kerri Gnann and
salutatrion Esther Holmes
received the awards for their
hard work throughout the year.
The Superintendent's
Academic Excellence Award
was presented to Kerri Gnann
by Superintendent Carlton
Faulk. He also presented the
Superintendent's Scholar
Award to Mark Riherd.
UCHS assistant principal
Russell Larramore presented
the Assistant Principal's
Citizenship Award to Loren
Willis. Lappalainen then
presented the Principal's
Leadership Award to Eleanor
Webster.
New for this year was the
Citizenship Award. "These
students have been a big plus
for our school and we are
See AWARDS, p. 2A


UCPL pre-
orders new
Harry Potter


book
The Union County Public
Library is currently taking
pre-orders for the new Harry
Potter book "Harry Potter
and the Half Blood Prince".
The cost for the book is $25
with $2 of each sale going
to the library's building
fund. Quantities will be
limited. Books will be
distributed at 12:01 a.m. on
its release date. For more
information or to pre-order
your copy call (386) 496-
3432.




Lulu Baptist
hosts gospel
sing
Lulu Baptist Church will
host a gospel sing on Friday,
May 13, beginning at 7 p.m.
The event will be held on
the church grounds located
on CR-241 just off SR-121
in Lulu. The Telestials from
Henderson, Tenn. will
perform. Everyone is
invited. For more
information call (386) 755-
4395.



Library needs
your
donations
The Union County Public
Library,is planning to hold a
community yard sale on
Saturday, June 4, beginning
at 8 a.m. All proceeds will
benefit the library's building
fund for the new library.
Donations for the sale are
needed. They can be made
during the month of May at
the library. Furniture,
household items, and toys
are some of the items the
library is looking to sale.
Clothing is the only item
donors are asked not to
bring. For more information
call (386) 496-3432.-- ...


Drill tests Union County emergency personnel


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
Imagine this scenario taking
place in Lake Butler.
Two inmates working on a
work release crew knock the
correctional officer guarding
them over the head and steal
the van that transported them
to the work detail in. In the
process of escaping, the
inmates hit a truck full of
chlorine gas cylinders, causing
the cylinders to leak. One
inmate is injured and the other
runs and takes a hostage in a
nearby house. This could never
happen in Lake Butler right?
Well it did on May 6.
The Union County Office of
Emergency Management
(OEM) staged a mock disaster
that was formed around the
above situation. The event
helped the OEM gauge the
readiness 'of all essential
resources not only within the
county, but mutual aid from
other counties as well.
"We use these types of
drills to measure our level of
readiness here in the county,"
said Doug York, director of the
OEM. "They also help us to
know what resources are
available to us from other
counties in the event of an


actual emergency."
Personnel- from the Union
County Fire Department,
Union County Emergency
Medical Services (EMS), the
Lake Butler Fire Department,
the Florida Department of ...
Corrections, Bradford County
Emergency Medical Services
Lake Butler Hospital, the city
of Lawtey Police Department
and
The exercise began with
York placing a call to 911 at
approximately 8:45 a.m. In a
fake voice, York informed the
dispatcher that there was an
accident at the corner of S.R.-
121 and S.R.-231. He tested
the dispatcher on duty by not
letting him ask any questions.
"There's been an accident at
S.R.-121 and S.R.-231 by the
Handyway," said York. He
continued to give the
dispatcher details of the
accident and then hung up.
"By not letting the dispatcher
ask any questions I was testing
his ability to gain the
information needed without the
luxury of asking specific
.questions, said York.
The scene was.staged in the Union County Firefighters Ryan Lowery, Mitch Andrews and Mark Hamlin put water on hot
northwest corner of Sprinkle chlorine cylinders. The firefighters were participating in a mock disaster drill put on by the
Field. There, two vans sat that
Field. There, twoae s satnthan Union County Office of Emergency Management. For more about the drill, see related
story. For more pictures for the drill, see inside pages.
See DRILL, p. 11A


Lulu Baptist
hosts beach
party
Lulu Baptist Church will
host a beach party festival
on Saturday, MayT4, fronr-
10 a.m.- 1p.m. There will be
food, games and prizes. The
festival will be held on the
church grounds located on
CR-241 just off SR-100 in
Lulu. Everyone is invited.
For more information call
(386) 755-4395.


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Above: Union County High School Principal Gale Lappalainen (right) presents
senior Gary Smith (left) with an honors chord. Smith will wear the chord Friday
night to signify that he, and the others wearing the chords, are graduating with a.
3.0 or higher grade point average. The presentation was made on May 10, during
the senior awards ceremony. Graduation is scheduled for this Friday, May 13, at
Tiger Stadium beginning at 8 p.m. For more about graduation and the awards
ceremony, see related stories.


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AWARDS
Continued from p. 1A

recognizing them for the job
that they have done," said
Lappalainen. Recipients
included: Samuel Benton, Bela
Bhatt, Jarvis Belford, Brian
Coffman, Ken Cooper, Katie
Crawford, Holly Dellenger,
Tasha Garver, Stephen Gibson,
Travis Hall, Amanda Harden,
TrAvis Harrell, Doney Harris
Jr. Esther Holmes, Megan
Lane, William Mayo, Rebecca
Nichols, Timothy Pittman,
Corey Reeves, Mark Riherd,
Ryan Southwell, D'netra
Thomas, Donald Waters,
Elnora Webster, Christina
Wheeler, Krystal Williams and
Casey Wring.
The Exceptional 'Education
Award was presented to
Krystal Willaims by Tammy
Harris.
Chelsey Robertson of Lake
City Community College
presented the Lake City
Community College Top 15
percent award to Morgan
Andersen-Davis, Kerri Gnann,
Esther Holmes, Rachel
Hughes, Mark Riherd, Bela
Bhatt, Loren Willis, Ryan
Ward, Whitney Worthington,
Krystal Gunter, Christina.
Wheeler, Jeremy Brown, Ryan
Southwell, Holly Dellenger,
Lauren Allen, Ryan Hayes and
Timothy Pittman.
The Take Stock in Children
scholarship was presented by
Linda Williams to Amy Bacon,
Shanna Gillen, Gary Smith and
Jessica Starling..
The Junior Friends of the
Library Scholarship was
presented by Carol Baier to
Bela'Bhatt.
The Joel McBride Memorial
Scholarship Award was
presented by Alaida Wiggins
to Morgan Andersen-Davis.
The Lori Anderson
Memorial Scholarship Award
was presented by Charlotte
Emerson to Katie Crawford.
Emerson also presented the
Ellington Memorial
Scholarship Award, the Chevy
Truck Scholarship and the
WUCR AG Communication
Scholarship to Krystal Gunter,
Justin Howard and Andrea
Andrews respectively. .I
The Perfect Attendance
Award was presented to Corey
Reeves by Lappalainen.
The Lake Butler Women's
Club Scholarship w-'C'
presented to Bela Bhatt by
Betty Emerick,
The Clanton Scaff Memorial
Scholarship Award was
presented to Kelsey Croft'by
Marsan Carr. Carr and her
husband Jim sponsored the
$1,000 scholarship.
Two seniors received the
Montgomery G.I Bill Award
from Petty Officer Alexander.
.Kristina Willard and Thomas
Hahn both received more than
$36,000 to attend college. The
award also included a sign-on
bonus for each of the
recipients.
The North Florida Gator
Club Scholarship was
presented by Derick Thomas to
Kerri Gnann. While presenting
the award, Thomas joked that
the club's $500 award was no
were near that of the previous


LEGALS
NOTICE
PUBLIC HEARING
CONCERNING A PROPOSED
AMENDMENT
TO THE TEXT OF THE LAND
DEVELOPMENT
REGULATIONS
OF THE CITY OF LAKE
BUTLER
The Planning & Zoning Board of the
City of Lake Butler, serving as the
Local Planning Agency, will hold a
Public Hearing pursuant to Sections
163.3161 through 163.3215, Florida
Statutes and the amended Lake Butler
Land Development Regulations, to
receive public comment, objections
and/or recommendations on an
application by the City of Lake Butler'
requesting an amendment to .the text
of the Land Development Regulations
of the City of Lake Butler to amend
the permitted uses allowed in the CG
- Commercial General zone, Cl -
Commercial Intensive zone and C-
CBD Commercial, Central
Business District zone. This hearing
will be conducted in the Commission
Chambers, City Hall, located at 200
SW 1st Street, Lake Butler, Florida at
5:15 PM or as shortly thereafter as
the matter can be heard, Monday,
May 23, 2005. All interested parties
are encouraged to attend and be
heard.


The application to amend will be
available five days prior to the public
hearing and may be examined at the
office of the Land Development
Administrator between the hours of
8:00 AM and 4:30 PM, Monday
through Friday, at City Hall at 125 E.
Main Street, Lake Butler, Florida,
32054 or at 200 SW 1st Street during
the same hours. Written comments
may be submitted to the above
address to the attention of Richard 0.
Tillis, Land Development
Administrator.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made
at the above referenced public
hearing, they will need a verbatim
record of the proceedings, which
record includes testimony and
evidence upon which the appeal is to
be based.
5/12 ltchg.


award.
Jessica Andrews presented
the President's Award for
Education Excellence to
Morgan Andersen-Davis, Kerri
Gnann and Esther Holmes.
Andrews then presented the
President's Award for
Educational Achievement to
Brian Coffman, D'netra
Thomas, Corey Reed and
Kevin Holton.
The Academic Team Award
was presented to Morgan
Andersen-Davis, Matthew
Horler and Mark Riherd by
Renae Allen.
The Distinguished Athlete
Award was presented to
Brandon Davis and Oprah
Sirmones by Brian Chipps.
The Scholastic Excellence
Award was presented to Bela
Bhatt by Chipps.
Chipps also presented the
Semper Fidelis Award for
Musical Excellence to Katie
Crawford.
The Global Junior
Championship Award was
presented to Ryan Southwell
by Larramore.
The Alachua County Farm
Bureau Scholarship was
presented to Justin Howard by
Myron Bryan.
The Hallmark Family
Foundation Scholarship was
presented to Morgan
Andersen-Davis by Stacy
Worrell.
The All American High
School All-Star- Team
Scholarship was presented to
Jeremy Brown by Will Dettor.
The next set of awards
recognized students that had
completed at least three years
of a vocational program while
at UCHS. In health
occupations Terra Johns, Katie
Johns, Ed McNeely II, Twyla
and D'netra Thomas were all
recognized by Lori Howard.
The school's agricultural
horticulture program April
Hammock, Stephanie Griffis,
Kelsey Croft, Whitney Sykes
and Amanda Harden were all
recognized by Davis Harris.
He also recognized Doney
Harris Jr., Johnathon Rodgers,
Stephen Gibsbn, Whitney
Worthington, Loren Willis,
Bela Bhatt, Justin Howard and
Timothy Pittman for their
participation in the
department's forestry program.
Animal SciAnce program
completers included: Krystal
Gunter, Andrea Andrews,
. .,ath.a.n.. ,,Beas.ley., Jarvis
Belford, Ashley Clark, Kelli
Cjlrk., Biao offman, Katie
Crawford, Kelsey Croft,
Brandon Davis, Tasha
Douglas, Cody Garber, Tasha
Garber, Kerri Gnann,
Stephanie Griffis, April
Hammock, Clint Hartley,
Michael Johnson, Misty Lee,
Haley McMinn, Shannon
McRae, Christina Nguyen,
Amanda L. Parrish, Amanda
M. Parrish, Matthew Stalnkaer,
Jessica Starling, Brian Ward,
John Adan Waters, Jessica
Starling, Brian Ward, Robert
Weinstein and Brandon
Williams. The recognition was
presented by Harris.
Stacy Worrel recognized
Franklin Brown, Krystal
Gunter, Bonnie Ripley, Jessica
Starling and Sylisa Waters' for
their completion of the
Administrative Assistant
program.
She also recognized Adam
Adkins, Franklin Brown, Kelli
Clark, Aaron Coleman, Jerrod
Cooper, Michael Esford,
Travis Hall, Jessica Starling
and Casey Wring for the
completion of the Legal
Secretary program.
Mike Fletcher recognized
Sam Benton, Andrew Cason,
Daniel Hall, Doney Harris Jr.,
Ryan Haayes, Emerson Perry,
Timothy Pittman, Mark
Riherd, Ryan Southwell and
Christina Wheeler for


completing the material and
processes program.
Fletcher also recognized
Lauren Allen, Travis Hall,
Ronnie McReynolds, Corey
Reeves and Gary Smith with
completion of the drafting and
design program.
The next set awards were
voted on by the administration
and faculty of UCHS. All the
awards in this category were
presented by Lappalainen.
The Achievement Award
was presented to Kerri Gnann
and Mark Riherd. The
Activities Award was
presented to Krystal Gunter
and Mark Riherd. The
Citizenship Award was
presented to Esther Holmes
and Abdul Ruise. The
Leadership Award was
presented to Morgan
Andersen-Davis and Jerrod
Cooper. The School Sprirt
Award was presented to
Andrea Andrews and Clint
Hartley. The Scholar Athlete
Award was presented to
Jeremy Brown and Whitney
Worthington.
Each department of the
school recognized students for
their outstanding achievements
in that particular area.
The Art Award went to
Matthew Horler and Jaime
Stewart. The Business Award
went to Krystal Gunter. The
drama department presented
several awards to Tiffany
Chaffin, Katie Crawford,
Jaime Stewart, Matt Horler,
Lauren Allen, Kelli Simmonis
and Oprah Sirmones.
Corey Reed and Johrn Adam
Waters received the English
Department Award.
The Health Occupations
Award went to Dlnetra
Thomas.
The Technlogy Edcucation
Award went to Mark Riherd,
Travis Hall and Christina
Wheeler.
The Mathematics Award and
Science Award went to Kerri
Gnann and Mark Riherd.
The Social Studies Award
went to Esther Holmes, Ryan
Southwell, Heather Klien and
Brian Coffman.
The- Student Government
Award went to Jerrod Cooper.
The Spanish Award went to
Sylisa Waters and Jonathon
Alexander.
The Yearbook Award went
to Kelli Clark and Kelsey
Croqft.
trke Black History Award
went to D'netra Thomas and
Jerrod Cooper.
The Physical Education
Award went to Gary Smith and
Jessica Starling.
The last award was a special
award presented by
Lappalainen. Abdul Ruise and
Kevin Holton were recognized
as her special security force for
2005. Each was presented a T-
shirt with Security printed bn
the back.


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Union County High
School: Ninth grade:
Richard Allen, Theresa Brown,
Michael Chandler, Jordan
Clyatt, Matthew Dukes,
Danielle Giebeig, Travis
Hofmann, Sampson Jackson,
Tianna Jarvis, Chastity Lloyd,
April Meneely, Destini Perry,
Daniel Ranard, Courtney
Shealy, Allante' Webb,
Kendyl Willis and James
Wring. Tenth grade: Shawn
Andrews, Seth Bass, Kelly
Bennett, Sarah Bennett,
Courtney Combs, Elizabeth
Cooper, Maegan Crockett.,
Carissa Driggers, Phillip
Holmes, Richard Jones, Wade
McDowell, Brittany Mundorff,
Aimee Norman, Chelsea
Ricks, Brandon Saunders,
Morganne Schlipf, Elizabeth
Shuler, Cailey Thomas,
Samantha Touchstone,
Thomas Ward Jr., Megan
Welch, Katie Williams,
Lyndsey. Williams, Mallory
Wise, Ashlyn Woodington and
Re be kah Yarbrough.
Eleventh grade: Dana
Bacon, Stephaie Blakley, Nina
Brown, Nichole Bryant,
Brenda Chandler, Curtis
Clemons, Michelle Cooper,
Whitney. Dukes, Austin
Emery, Kimberly Hinerman,
Megan Howard, Lisa Lynch,
Cameron Mattox, Tara
McQueen, Kasey Nobles,
Christopher Perry, Jessica
Rayrhond, Kayla Shadd, Adam
Smith, Candis Thomas, Storm
Thomas and Lakisha Witter.
Twelfth grade: Amy Bacon,
Franklin Brown, Ashley Clark,
Kelly Clark, Kenneth Cooper,
Holly Dellenger, Stephen
Gibson, April Hammock,
Doney Harris, Clint Hartley,
Matthew Horler, Justin
Howard, Misty Lee, Miles
Leslie, Davis Love, William
Mayo, Shannon McRae,


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Christine Nguyen, Rebecca
Nichols, Tiffany Rollins and
D'Netra Thomas.

Lake Butler Middle
School: Fifth grade: Troy
Adams, Dillon Bailey,
Samantha Barrick, Danielle
Blakenship, Marissa Boyle,
Dustin Burgess, David
Cornett, Kiersten Davison,
Corbin Elixson, James
Fielding, Joshua Glenn,
Courtnee Hardin, Jacquita
Henderson, Emma Howell,
Christina Hunter, Emmaunel
Lee, Brandon Liston, Julie
Nettles, Keanna Odom, Kayla
Parsels, Grace Perez, William
Riggs, Hannah Scaff, Sierra
Self, Holden Smith, Courtney
Stephens, Royyell Stephens,
Isaac Sulsona, Bobbie-Jean
Tatum, Brittany Trowell,
Dokoda Veals, Casey
Whitehead and Abbey
Worthngton. Sixth grade:
Shelby Addison, Jenie Allen,
Jacqueline Anderson, Jason
Archer, Kaleb Archer,
Miranda Bonds, Tyler Boyle,
Tiffany Burnsed, Ashley
Culverson, Lacey Drawdy,
Silas Dukes, Tyler Dyal, Stacie
Ellis, Shelbie Finley, Zane
Fortune, Robert Harden, James
Hawkins, Ashley Horton, Kara
Jobin, Ashley Johnson, Arn-
Ann Jones, Christen Klein,
Elizabeth Love, Camri Mabry,
Candace Maddox, Taylor
McSpadden, Randy Moody,
Timothy Morris, Taylor
Nettles, .Sabrina Morris,
Jessica O'Steen, Colby
'Odowski, Ashley Parrish,
Randall Parrish, Victoria
Parrish, Courtney Phillips,
Lacey Qualls, Mistee Rooney,
Jameka Ruise, Katie Seay,
Randi Slocumb, Tristyn Stone,
Cheyenne Tempest, Jodie
Waters, Almanique Watkins,
Ariel Webb and Destiny
Young. Seventh grade:
Christopher Alexander, Ashley
Andrews, Barbie Baker,
Ashlee Barton, Arica Brown,
Kimberly Buchanan, Brianne
Clyatt, Scott Dicks, Jenna
Driggers, Mason Dukes, Cloby
Elwood, Markie Emery, Corey
Gunter, Sylvia Lutke, Kelly
Martin, Austin McGovern,
Adam Mott, Daniel Nazworth,
Dustin Norman, Kyle Palmer,
Randall Paul, Hillary Ricks,


Tara Sapp, Kristin Smith,
Allison Southwell and Ryan
Waters. Eighth grade:
Kristopher Bracewell, Keith
Corson, Stephanie Crosby,
Joshua Dicks, Coral Finch,
Andrew Framer, Brittany
Griffis, Tyler Hamilton,
Charles Hobson, Chance
Howell, Deaudra Jones, Joshua
Martin, Ashley McCroy, Pedro
Morales, Amanda Parrish,
Breanna Parrish, Julie
Redding, Thoams Riherd,
Kayla Roberts, Nathan Stone, ,
Robin Thomas and Brandi
Thornton.


Parrish earns
AA degree
On April 29, 2005, Brittney
Marie Parrish graduated from
Santa Fe Comm.nity' College
(SFCC) with an associate of
arts degree. The'graduation
ceremony took place at SFCC
gymnasium in Gainesville.
Parrish has been accepted to
the University ,of Florida
College of Agriculture and Life
Sciences. She is pursuing a
bachelor's degree in agricultural
communications with a minor
in agribusiness management
and agricultural leadership.
Parrish is the daughter of
Allen and Carolyn Parrish of
Lake Butler. She is also the
granddaughter of Elery and
Katheryne Griffis of Lake
Butler and Wendle and Blanche
Nettles of Lake City. She is a
2003 high honors graduate of
Union County High School.


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GRAD
Continued from p. 1A

Robert Weinstein, Christina
Wheeler, Loren, Willis,
Whitney Worthington and
Casey Wring.
Seniors graduating with
honors (GPA of 3.0 or higher)
include: Johnathon Alexander,
Javaris Belford, Kelly Clark,
'Kelsey Croft, Tasha Douglass,
Cody Garber, Stephanie
Griffis, Doney Harris Jr.,
Matthew Horler, Justin
Howard, Tara Jacobs,
Elizabeth Johnson, Michael
Johnson, Heather Klein,
Whitney Lawson, Misty Lee, -
Miles Leslie, David Love,
Matthew Mauga, William
Mayo III, Haley McMinn,
Christine Nguyen, Rebecca
Nichols, Gary Smith Jr.,
Jessica Starling, D'Netra
Thomas and Brandon
Williams.
Senior class officers for the
class of 2005 were: Kelsey
Croft, president, Krystal
Gunter, vice-president,
Shannon McRae, secretary,
Kelly Clark, treasurer. Senior
class sponsors included: Gayle
Boyle, Beverly Breckenridge,
Darla-Davis, Geraldine Griffis,
Melda Howell, Ramona Johns,
Buddy Nobles, Ed Noegel,
Linda Norcross, Debe
Stephenson, Jan Thomas, Dan
Williams and Stacy Worrell.
The senior class motto is
"This day we begin forever to
hope for a brighter tomorrow,
but to be strong to prepare for
sorrow. Today we stand with
the unity of success. From this
day forward, let's give our
best." The motto was compose
by senior Doney Harris Jr. The
class song is "It's So Hard to
Say Goodbye" by Boyz II
Men.
The class flower is the Iris.
The class colors are purple and
black. Flower arrangements
for the ceremony will once
. again be donated by Peggy
Anderson in the memory of her
. daughter Lori Anderson.
While the National Weather
Service (NWS) is predicting a
near zero chance of rain for
Friday night, school officials
have set Saturday, May 14, as
the rain date for graduation.
The NWS is predicting the
temperature at 8 p.m. to be
approximately 73 degrees.
,,Fil.ollo,g. .,graduatlp .
Prbject GRAD (Get Right .
without Alcohol or Drugs), will: 1
sponsor a graduation party for
the senior class. The gala will
begin at 11:30 p.m. and all
attendees must be at the
Reception and Medical Center
training complex no later than
12:30 a.m. to be admitted. The
celebration will last until 5
a.m. Tickets are $10 and
seniors may bring one guest
that has been approved by
school personnel.
Seniors are asked to
purchase their tickets in
advance, but will be available
at the door as well. Project
GRAD coordinators have
planned many events for the
evening. Door prizes will be
given away as well.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo.-com


Healing the
family tree
Doctor Kenneth McAll grew
up in China where his parents
were missionaries. He
graduated in medicine from
Edinberg and returned to China
as a missionary-surgeon. He,
his wife and child were
imprisoned by the Japanese for
four years in World War II. His
experience, in China led to
interest in the power of our
ancestors over us. As the Bible
says, "the sins of the fathers
visited on their children. "
We're quick to believe this
with Adam and Eve, "in Adam,
we all die," and "in sorrow
thou shall bring forth
children...."


Now we learn from science
that we inherit genes that make
us more vulnerable to cancer,
heart disease, mental health
problems, addictive tendencies
and much more.
McAll became a psychiatrist
after the war and spent the rest
of his life bringing deliverance
to those with problems coming
down to them from their
ancestors. He used deliverance
prayer along with the Eucharist
or as we call it Holy
Communion. His book,
Healing The Family Tree, is
loaded with stories of those
delivered from all sorts of
problems' even schizophrenia
and depression. Two weeks
ago, I wrote about prayer
meetings for weight loss and
release from the tobacco habit.


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We begin with prayer and Holy
Communion cutting each
person free from any negative
baggage handed down form the
sins of our father. We set our
self free so that we may he our
own person.
The meetings I've been
holding in Worthington
Springs United Methodist
Church have been Tuesdays at
10 a.m. and Wednesdays at
3:30 p.m. I will go out of my
way to set a time that
accommodates you. I also will
deal with other needs. If you've
tried every new diet or quit
smoking, "a hundred times," to
no avaii, call me. I'm Gene
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serve you.
May is also mail box
improvement month. Please
ensure your box is waterproof,
your post and box are in good
shape. The approach to your
box should be safely off the
pavement of the road and easily
accessible for delivery and
unobstructed.


There is no such fish as
a sardine. Canned
sardines are generally
young herring.


VPK provider
meeting is
today
' Please be advised 'that the
Early Learning Coalition of.
Florida's Gateway VPK
Provider meeting will be held
on Thursday, May 12, at 6
p.m. in the ELCFG Resource
Center (Suite 140), 484 SW
Commerce Drive in Lake City.
The coalition oversees the
| state and federal funding for all
school readiness programs birth
to age five for Columbia,
Hamilton, Lafayette, Suwannee
and Union counties.
Community participation is
encouraged and input is
welcome.
If any persons) interested in
attending this meeting has a
disability requiring special
assistance, contact Heidi Moore
at (386) 752-9770.
Notice has been made of this
meeting, through publication,'
to cover the "Government in
the Sunshine" Law.


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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for March fifth grade (first row): Jennifer
Sargent, Austin Hardin, Jennifer Dicks and Kendel Seay. Second row: Morgan Dukes,
Sierra Rimes, Antonio Henderson and Jacob Yarbrough.


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Family farms still an honored tradition


By JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Director

This county has been based
on solid values of family, faith
and farming. These values are
the foundation of community
and stewardship. The quality
of life we enjoy in this county
is based on farmers'
stewardship of the land and
their concern for the next
generation receiving the land
in as go6d, if not better, shape
than they have received it.
Sometimes when I visit a
farmer it is just to appreciate
the beauty of the crops and the
effort the farmer has invested
to make the crop respond with.
growth and yield. I was
blessed by such a visit with
Mr. Henry Williams of
Worthington Springs on
Wednesday, April 26.
Silver Queen sweet corn
planted Feb. 17 was beginning
to tassel. Roma beans were
setting. Uniform rows of
butter beans and peas
alternating with a second crop
of sweet corn spanned 'the
length of the field, as pretty as
a postcard. Peppers had been
side-dressed with fertilizer and
beginning to come out of the
shock of the wet soil.
Cucumbers were beginning to
bloom. In spite of the heavy
rains the crops were
responding to cultivations,
fertilizations and weed-control
efforts from Williams.
The visit could have been
repeated anywhere in the
county with any one of the
farmers that this county has
been blessed with. Those
values, of caring for the land.


Get CPR
certified
A CPR certification class
will take place in the club
house of the Starke Golf and,
Country Club on Tuesday,
May 24, from 2-5 p.m. The
cost of the class is $30 and
anyone interested should
register prior to the class date
by calling the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce at (904) 964-5278.
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-F Scotf Fitzgerald


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Henry Williams of Worthington Springs is one of
those farmers carrying on the tradition.


and investing in your
community are the. basis df
what we hold dear here.
Whether you have a garden
or whether you farm
commercially, the Union
County Extension Office is
always available to help you
with agricultural and
homeowner information


pertaining to agriculture.
If you haven't seen what is
available to help you, please
stop by the office at 25 N.E.
First St. in Lake Butler. You
can be'addedto 'our monthly
newsletter "Homestead &
Farm Notes" by calling (386)
496-2321 and giving us your
mailing address.


Allen is FFMC state winner


May 6-7, Lauren Allen, 18,
the daughter of Curtis and
Renae Allen of Lake Butler,
earned a 60-point Gold Cup
Award at the Florida
Federation of Music' Clubs
state contest at the University
of North Florida in
Jacksonville.
Allen has received 31
superior ratings in her 13 years
of training and competition
with Ward's Music Studio of
Lake Butlef."he.as.vwn state
titles six times and second
pltce' (hbnorabln 'ritittin) four
times.
Allen was the state winner in
the Musical Theater
competition for the Musically
Advanced and placed second
in the Musically Advanced Art
Song category.
Allen will present a solo
senior recital on Tuesday, May
17, at 7:30 p.m. at the First
BaptistChurch of Lake Butler.


Lauren Allen
She will perform a variety of art
songs, a piano concerto and
several musical theater
selections as well as a duet with
Jessica Lane, one of her fellow
voice students.
The public is invited.


PUBLIC NOTICE

As provided by Chapter 197 Acts of 1974, notice is given that
tangible personal property taxes assessed for the year 2004 are now
delinquent and beginning April 1, such taxes are drawing interest at
18 percent per year plus the proportionate cost of publishing this
notice and delinquent cost. Unless the amounts set opposite each
name below are paid prior to the 1st day of May, 2006, warrants
will be issued thereon and the Tax Collector will apply to the
Circuit Court for an order directing levy and seizures 6f the
tangible personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid taxes,
penalties and additional cost. The name of delinquent personal
property taxpayers and' the amounts including the cost of
advertising for the first months penalty of delinquent cost are as
follows:
Patsy Jones Elixson
Tax Collector ,Union County Florida


1 P0003400 $891.16
00527-000
GATOR REMAIN INC
2 P0003500 $75.03
00527-001
GATOR REMAIN TRUCKING INC
3 P0007900 $46.78
01805-000
,SG ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT S
4 P0008000 $.123.31
01805-100
SG ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT S
5 P0008100 $31.16
01805-200
SG ONLINE ENTERTAINMENT S


6 P0008500
01881-000
COPYTRONICS
7 P0011400 $1
02500-000
DUKES MICHAEL C
8 P0015100 $6
03275-000
GRIFFIS GERALD
9 P0020200
04674-000
LUKE RICHARD D
10 P0024900
05710-000
RIAN TONYA
11 P0027900 $18
06425-000
SMITH ALBERT MARVIN
12 P0028200 $
06500-000
JONES FERMON


;38.63


$91.17


13 P0038500
10188-500
BUBBA'S


14 P0039800 $40.97
10202-000
CLARK FREDDIE & SANDRA S


15 P0042500
10233-000
CREWS LESLIE


$60.16
JR & BARBARA


16 P0042800 $31.36
10235-700
CROFT DELBERT JR & SHERRY
17 P0051200 $27.06
10345-000
GREENE ERNEST ALLEN & VIC
18 P0058200 $55.11
10435-500
NETTLES AND SONS TREE SER


19 P0058800
152.06 10440-100
NOEGEL LOUIE


677.16

$87.69

$40.92

886.67

$24.81


20 P0062500
10484-500
TELEMARK LLC
21 P0063700
10496-001
TROWELL JAMES


$47.66

$307.23

$48.63


22 P0067800 $24.81
20141-001
JAMES A & MELINDA DAVIS


23 P0069300
20170-001
T S WELDING
24 P0070600
30119-500
UNION EYECARE


$56,40

$109.22


NOTICE OF MEETING CHANGE
OF THE

LAKE BUTLER CITY COMMISSION


The City Commission of the City of Lake Butler

will hold its regular meeting for the month of May

on the fourth Monday of the month, May 23rd,

2005 in the Commission Chamber of the new

City Hall located at 200 SW 1st Street.


As with all public meeting of the City, the general

public is invited to attend.


If you have-any questions with regard to this

notice, please call City Hall at 386-496-2374.
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Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for March seventh grade: Justin Denunzio, Nikki
Buchanan and Janell Hamley. Not pictured: Tara Sapp.


While searching for the Fountain of Youth in 1513,
Juan Ponce de Leon discovered Florida.


NOTICE OF TAX SALE


Respectable men and
women content with the
good'and easy living are
missing' some of the most
important things in life.
Unless you give yourself to
some great cause you
haven't even begun to live..
-William P Merrill, D.D.
***


Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of June, 2005, beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Courthouse in Lake Butler, County of Union, State.of Florida, tax sale certificates

will be sold on the following describe land to pay theamount due for the taxes herein set opposite the same, together with all costs of such sale and all advertising.

Patsy Jones Elixson, Tax Collector, Union County Florida


1 R0002400 $263.75
12-06-17-00-000-0071-0
46.00 AC OB0119P0285
SHERROD THOMAS HOWARD
RR 16 BOX 576
LAKE CITY, FL 32055
SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 ALSO ALL
THAT LAND WEST OF BROWN
RD IN S 3/4 OF SE 1/4 OF
SE,1/4,.SEC 12

2-. R0004200 $465.64,
4iBfa-0, '4-18-00-000-0 03 1-0
2.00 AC OB0173P0282
WALDRON NELDA JEAN
S RR 3 BOX 403
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF S 1/2 OF
SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF SEC
36 TH RUN E 700 FT N 141
FT TO POB TH N 420 FT E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

R0004300 HX $155.82
36-04718-00-000-0032-0
52.00 AC OB0186P0114
GASKILL KENNETH L & KAREN
RR 3 BOX 402
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF SW 1/4
OF SE 1/4 TO POB: TH E
210 FT, TH S 485 FT, TH E
A ALG CO. RD. ROW510.FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

4 R0010800 HX $1740.57
02-05-18-78-000-0010-0
5.02 AC OB0157P0351
DENMARK TODD R & DEBORA A
RR 3 BOX 1-37 C
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 1 FOX RUN SUBDIVISION

5 R0013000 $93.53
09-05-18-00-000-0020-A
62.50 AC
D GREENFIELD LANDS INC
C/O MILTON L BROWN
P'O BOX 8011
MOBILE, AL 36689
25% OF OGM N1/2 SE1/4,
51/2 OF NE1/4, S1/2 OF-
SI/2 OF NE1/4 OF
NE1/4NW1/4 OF NW1/4, S1/2
OF NWI14 & N1/2 OF SW1/4;

6 R0015200 HX $1962.91

10-05-18-00-000-0080-0
98;25 AC OB0095P0234
CROFT DELBERT JR & SHERRY
RR 3 BOX 143-A.
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
S1/2 OF NW1/4 & ALL THAT
PART OF S1/2 OF NE1/4 OF
NW V/4 LYING S OF R/W OF
RD THAT RUNS E FROM SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

7 R0016600 HX $155.82
11-05-18-00-000-0072-0
11.50 AC OB0124P0271
COTHRAN VERNON A & LINDA
RR 3 BOX 129
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM B NW COR SE1/4, TH SB
ALNGGRD RD 1819.59 FT, TH
NE ALNG RD 1666.68 FT, TH
N 198.67 FT,TH W 1396.56
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

8 R0017600 HX $153.65
12-05-18-00-000-0024-0
1.00 AC OB0154P0279
.BLOM SHAYNE D
RR 3 BOX 124-A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
ONE ACRE SQ IN NW COR
SW1/4 OF NE1/4 SEC 12.
VICKI BLOM HAS LIFE
ESTATE

9 R0025200 HX $264.29
25-05-18-00-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0071P0691
LUKATZ ROBERT E JR
RR 5 BOX 4148
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
COM AT I/S OF C/L OF
SR-239 & N/L OF SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 & TH RUN E 210 FT
TH S 210 FT TH W 210 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

10 R0026300 HX $153.65
26-05-18-00-000-0030-0
10.00 AC OB0041R0196'
NETTLES' THOMAS D '
RT 5 BOX 4180
LAKE BUTLER, FL


32054-9631,
THE E 538 FT OF THE NE
1/4 OF NJ 1/4 EXC THE S
525 FT THEREOF

11 R0026800 HX $157.99
26-05-18-00-000-0110-0
24.00 AC OB6159PO236
NETTLES RENEE OR
GLENDA FAYE STEWART
RR 5 BOX 4204
LAKE BUTLER. FL 321354 1
COM AT A'PT:412.5 FPT !OF
NW COR OF SE 1/4,OF NW.
1/4 ON THE N 1/4 SEC LINE
TH RUN S 1320 FT TH RUN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

12 R0028100 $453.65
28-05-18-00-000-0030-C
413.33 AC
GUTHREI A K
611 MAIN ST
BIG SPRING, OK 78720
2/3 INT N1/2 OF SW1/4 OF
SW1/4& 1/3 INT IN NE1/4
SEC 29;

13 R0031200 HX $1259.57
31-05-18-00-000-0040-0
.89 AC
CLYATT CHARLES LEMAN
RR 3 BOX 322
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
COM AT SW COR OF E 25 AC
OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4 & RUN N
315 FT TH E 210 FT TH S
315 FT TH W 210 FT TO
POB; EXC DOT ROW.;

14 R0031300 $578.75
31-05-18-00-000-0050-0
2.40 AC 0B0080P0518
CLYATT CHARLES LEMAN
PO BOX 814
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
E 25 A OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4
EXC 1 1/2 ACS IN SW COR,
EXC OR102PAGE 1; .& EX 2
AC DESC IN ORB 106-238;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

15 R0031400 HX $1019.50
31-05-18-00-000-0051-0
1.00 AC OB0165P0194
MILLER GAIL C
RR 3 BOX 234
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 NE COR SW1/4 OF
SW1/4 TH W 490.11. FT TO
POE, TH CONW 327'.-.7 FT,.
TH S 133.0 FT, THE 327.57
FT, TH N 133.0,FT TO POB;

16 R0031500 HX $1204.47
31-05-18-00-000-0052-0
2.00 AC OB0106P0238
CLYATT KENNETH C
RR 3 BOX 235
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG AT NE COR OF SW1/4 OF
SW1/4 OF SEC 31, RUN W
ALONG SEC LINE, 208.72
FT, S 417.46 FT, E 208.72
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

17 R0031700 $58.02
31-05-18-00-000-0054-0
9.00 AC OB0183P0639
MILLER GAIL C ET AL
RR 3 BOX 234
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 NE COR OF SW1/4 OF
SW1/4& RUN N89*20'42'W,
ALNG N LN THEREOF, 380.94
FT TO POB; SOO*19'47"E,
(ADD'. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

18 R0031800 $481.60
31-05-18-00-000-0060-0
128.28 AC OB0128P0314
SMITH ALBERT MARVIN
RR 3 BOX 1542
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
.El/2 OF NW1/4 ALSO W 2,10
FT OF E1/2 OF NW1/4 ALSO
COM 8 SE COR SW1/4, TH N
41.84 FT TO N R/W SR 238
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

19 R0036800 $721.18
32-05-18-00-000-0143-0
1.00 AC OB0134P0023
LANSFORD BRIAN GRAHAM
RR 3 BOX 186-N
LAKE BUTLER; FL 32054
BEGIN NW CORESW1/4 SEC1'
S' '32. H S 686.55 FT TO'
POB; TH S 307.50 FT TO NW
COR SUMMERS EST, TH E 50


(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

20 R0039800 $1302.91
34-05-18-00-000-0036-0
2.30 AC OB0190P0327
BRANNEN ADAM. TENNILLE, E
RR 4 BOX 3670
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 9 SE COR OF SE1/4 OF
NW1/4& RUN N00*35'09"W.
ALNG E LN THEREOF, 342.68
FT TO POB; S88*12'04"W.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
21 R0054200 $816.87
06-06-18-00-000-0250-0
.85 AC OB0194P0060
MEYER MICHEAL K & REBECCA
RR 3 BOX 260
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 INT OF N LN OF
NW1/4 OF SE1/4 & W R/W LN
OF SR S-245 &RUN
S00*48'30"W, ALNG W R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

22 R0056100 $1420.32
d.4.6.06-18-00-000-0410-0.'
.-3.37-AC .,OB0194P0688
iLSSBTER.JOHN W JR & BEVE
RR 3 BOX 241 D
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 NW COR OF SEC 6 TH
RUN E 3150 FT TO POB: TH
RUN E 310 FT, TH S 306
FT, TH W 144 FT, TH S 476
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

23 R0056700 $228.54
06-06-18-81-00A-0060-0
1.00 AC OB0200P0320
VALERIO ANTHONY J
PO BOX 672
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 12 BLK A
LOT 6 PROVIDENCE VILLAGE

24 R0057000 HX $372.84
06-06-18-81-00OOA-0090-0
1.25 AC OB0164P0321
COCHRAN FAITH W
RR 3 BOX 254-9A
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9451
PLAT BOOK 2 PAGE 12 BLK A
LOT 9 PROVIDENCE VILLAGE

25 R0057900 HX $238.13
06-06-18-81-00C-0040-0
.50 AC OB0157P0072
BEASLEY ANTHONY G
RR 3 BOX 254-4C
VILLAGE DR
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4 BLK C PROVIDENCE
VILLAGE PLAT BOOK 2/12

26 R0062600 $451.28
06-06-18-81-02B-0330-0
.5:19 AC OB0200P0486
TOMLIN JACKIE L & JUDITH
PO BOX 83
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
LOT 33BB

27 R0064100 HX $2751.48
07-06-18-00-000-0012-0
46.72 AC OB0166P0503
THOMAS CLAUDE L
RR 3 BOX 281
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
A PARCEL LOCATED IN THE
NE1/4 AS DESC IN OR 97
PAGE 176;

28 R0064500 HX $1081.40
07-06-18-00-000-0021-0
1.00 AC OB0165P0001
JONES WILLIAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, P 32054
COM 0 SW COR OF LOT 5 OF
HILLSOF PROVIDENCE; EAST
175.79 FT;SOUTH, 238.08
FT TO N R/W OP CR 241-A;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

29 R0064800 $203.37
07-06-18-00-000-0024-0
1.01 AC OB0198P0432
JONES WILLIAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
COM 9 SW COR, LOT 6,
HILLS OF PROVIDENCE & RUN
N02*37'08"E, ALNG W LN OF
LOT 6, 233.73 FT TO SE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

30 R0067100 $59.56
07-06-18-00-000-0160-C
30.00 AC
STREIP H J & H J JR
325 N. ST. PAUL
2620 TOWER It
DALLAS, TX 75201
1/10 MI S1/2 SE1/4 EXC
TRACT 250 SQ IN NE COR
SE1/4 OF SE1/4 SEC 7,
SW1/4 OF SW1/4 SEC 8
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

31 R0068900 $107.48
S: 08-06148..00-090-0030rA
8: .6o' ,C' d '"'
LADD PETROLEUM CORP
370 17TH ST STE 1700
DENVER, CO 80202-5617


1/2 INT IN NE1/4 OF NE1/4
& SW1/4 OF NE1/4 & SE1/4
OF NW1/4 & NE1/4 OF
SW1/4;
32 R0069500 $363.24
08-06-18-00-000-0070-0
5.00 AC
HEDMAN LLOYD L & JANICE
RR 3 BOX 1543
LAKE BUTLER, PL
32054-9803
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/L OF
SR S 245 WITH N R/W/L OF
SR S 241 A& RUN N ON R/W
S 245 411..45 FT TH RUA E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

33 R0069600 HX $577.08
08-06-18-001000-0071-0
2.00 AC OB0157P0029
MUNDORFF WENDY HEDMAN
RR 3 BOX 1543 A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM NW COR SEC 8, TH S
1303.85 FT TO W'LY EST OF
N ROW CR S-241-A, TH E
ALG N ROW 43.78 FT, TH
? ;:.:t. ..TID L ..S $E:,JT.i (pL .,,..

34 R0069700 HX $736.96
08-06-18-00-000-0072-0
2.00 AC OB0158F0633
HEDMAN LLOYD & TAMMY
RR 3 BOX 1542-A
LAKE BUTLER, FL- 32054
COM NW COR SEC 8, TH S
913.81 FT, TH E 71.48 FT
TO INTERS E ROW CR S245 &
POB; TH E 195.43 FT, TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

35 R0069900 $473.20'
08-06-18-00-000-0090-0
73.12 AC OB0049P0308
SMITH ALBERT MARVIN
RR 3 BOX 1542
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
SW1/4 OF NW1/4 NW1/4 OF
SW1/4 THAT LIES E OF W
BDRY OF COUNTY GRADED RD
EXC 6.54 ACS DEEDED EARL
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 4

36 R0071100 HX $357.63
08-06-18-00-000-0192-0
.50 AC OB0120P0386
PERRY CHARLES L
RR 3 BOX 1544-A3
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 SEC 8. TH N 947 FT
TO POB, TH E 210, TH S
105, TH W 210, TH N 105FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
4
37 R0071200 HX $820.42
08-06-18-00-000-0193-0
.50 AC OB0124P0370
WHITE GERALDINE
RR 3 BOX 1544-B
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 SW COR SW1/4 OF SE
1/4 SEC 8, TH N 714 FT TO
POB; TH N105FT, TH E 210
FT, TH S TO S'LY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

38 R0071600 HX $768.11 4
08-06-18-00-000-0201-0
1.00 AC OB0154P0120
JENKINS JESSE & EMMA LOU
RR 3 BOX 1544-1A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR SW1/4 OF
SE1/4 TH N 947 FT TO POB,
TH CONT N 105 FT,' TH E
210 FT, TH S 105 FT, TH W 4
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

39 R0071800 $350.21
08-06-18-00-000-0203-0
1.00 AC OB0167P0212
GEORGE TINA
RR 2 BOX 599-A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR OF SW1/4 OF 5
SE1/4 SEC 8, TH E253.49FT
TO POB TH E170FT, TH
S256.23FT, TH W170FT, TH
N256.23FT TO POB(1.0AC):

40 R0073100 HX $2381.81
08-06-18-00-000-0280-0
1.75 AC
SMITH ALBERT MARVIN
RR 3 BOX 1542
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM AT NE COR OF SW 1/4 51
OF NW 1/4 & RUN S 18.87
FT TO S R/W LINE OF SR
S-241-A FOR POB TH RUN S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)_
41 R0074300 S$bSU.o6
09-06-18-00-000-0061rO
8.70 AC OB0195P0266
JONES JIMMY
RR 5 BOX 4110 52
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02*52'3;"E, ALNG E
LN THEREOF3685.42 F; '
887*38'37"W, 61.05FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


42 R0074400 $673.70
09-06-18-00-000-0070-0
3.20 AC OB0126P0647
JONES FERMAN
RR 2 BOX 479'
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9.510
COM SE COR SEC 9, TH N
1847.63FT, TH W 55.61 FT
TO W ROW SR 241 & POBE; TH
S 456.01 FT TO INTERS
.(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

43 R0074500 $1024.77
09-06-18-00-000-0071-0
2.00 AC OB0165P0313
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, PL
34054-9802
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 9.
RUN'N1847.'63 FT, W 55.61
FT TO W R/W LINE OF
SR-241 & POB, RUN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

44 R0074700 HX $157.99
09-06-18-00-000-0073-0
.. 7....O 7g'AC"' OB0128P06T8"-
SNYDER KENNETH LEE
PO BOX 146
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM SE COR SEC 9, TH N
2191.52FT, TH W 56.65 FT
TO W ROW SR 241 & POB; TH
W 253.41 FT, TH S 171.02
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

45 R0075100 HX $1309.83
09-06-18-00-000-0082-0
2.85 AC OB0186P0291
HOLMES DORLEE & ESTER MAE
RT 5 BOX 4538
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM SW COR NW1/4 OF SE1/4
SEC 9 T6S R20E FOR POB TH
B 471 FTTH N 1320 FT TH W
471 FT TH S 1320 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

t6 R0075200 HX $2065.61
09-06-18-00-000-0083-0
3.93 AC OB0181P0299
HOLMES SINCLAIR L/E
RT 5 BOX 4534
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM 9 INT OF E BDRY OF
CTY RD 791 & N BDRY OF C
241A FOR POBTH RUN E 625
PT, TH N 297 FT TH W TO E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

7 R0076200 $657.60
09-06-18-00-000-0150-0
10.55 AC 0B0129P0170
SMITH ALBERT MARVIN
RR 3 BOX 1542
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
W 1/2 OF SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4
LYING SW OF GRADED ROAD
KNOWN AS ROUNDTREE MILL
SITE. EXC OR 129/170 (1.7
AC)

8 R0077200 $144,94
09-06-18-65-000-0040-0
1.00. AC OB0096P0583
MECUSKER DAVID C & PATRIC
RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT # '4 AS DESC IN OR 96
PAGE 583;

9 R0077300 $343.70
09-06-18-65-000-0050-0
1.00 AC OB0135P0560
PERRY MICHAEL
RR 3 BOX 1523 R
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 5 AS DESC IN OR 96 PG
583;

0 R00.77800 $655.25
09-06-18-65-000-0100-0
5.00 AC OB0163P0347
JONES SERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, PL
32054-9802
COM SW COR SEC 9, TH E
333.72 FT TO POB; TH E
166.86 FT, TH N 1308.79
PT TO S ROW CO GRD RD. TH
'(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

L R0077900 $38.84
09-06-18-65-000-0101-0
5.00 AC 0B0156P0537
THOMAS DENNIS YORK
277 DUDLEY LOOP
LAKE CITY, FL 32055
LOT 10 AS DESC IN OR
96/444 EXC OR 156/342 (5
AC)

2 R0078000 $77.25
09-06-18-65-000-0110-0
10.00 AC OB0160P0355
JONE MON' *' ,
'R 2 BOX 4,79 .' : ,,
LAKE BUTLER FL, FL 32054
BEG SW COR SEC 9, TH E
333.72 FT TH N 1311. FT


TO S ROW CO GRD RD, TH W
335.03 FT, TH S 1290.32
FT TO POB

53 R0078400 $103.19
10-06-18-00-000-0030-0
27.66 AC 0B0104P0429
JAMES JACOB D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM 2' SW COR OF NE1/4 SEC
10 RUN E 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CO RD 241, TH N
455.27 FT TO POB, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

54 R0078500 $286.55
10-06-18-00-000-0031-0
2.06 AC
JAMES SAMUEL A
C/O HILDA JAMES
1010 MORELAND AVE
DURHAM, NC 27707
COM 9 NW COR NW1/4 OF
SW1/4 THRUN E 50.0 FT TO
INT OF E ROW CO RD 241 &
* S LINE HOPEWELL AME
'(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

55 R0078600 $167.67
10-06-18-00-000-0032-0
27.66 AC OB0058P0643
JAMES JACOB D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM 8 SW COR OF NW1/4 SEC
10, TH RUN 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CR 241 & POB,TH N
455.27 FT, TH E 2649.40
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

56 R0078700 $520.94
10-06-18-00-000-0033-0
27.66 AC OB0087P0403
JAMES JACOB D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM @ SW COR NW1/4 OF SEC
10, TH E 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CO RD 241, TH N 909
FT TO POB, TH B 2656 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

57 R0079100 $628.01
10-06-18-00-000-0036-1
4.80 AC OB0160P0626
CROFT ROBERT CHET
RR 3 BOX 138
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
COM 9 SW COR OF NW1/4 OF
SEC 10 & RUN N87*18'08"E,
ALNG S LN, 50.00 FT TO
INT WITH E R/WOF CR 241;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

58 R0079200 $53.05
10-06-18-00-000-0037-0
.25 AC OB0076P0414
JONES JERS
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
1/4 AC IN SW COR OF SE1/4
OF NW1/4;

59 R0080400 $879.78
10-06-18-00-000-0130-0
1.44 AC 0B0186P0020
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RR 5 BOX 4110
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM 8 A PT ON'E E R/W OF SR
241 WHERE IT INT WITH S
R/W OF GR RD TO HOPEWELL
A.M.E. CHURCH &RUN EAST,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
60 R0080500 HX $15'/.n
10-06-18-00-000-0140-0
.89 AC OB0103P0514
JONES JIMMIE L
RR 5 BOX 4110
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM AT A PT ON E LINE OF
ST RD 241 WHERE SAID LINE
INTERSECTTHE S LINE OF
PUB GRADED RD TO HOPEWELL
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

61 R0080600 $476.47
10-06-18-00-000-0141-0
1.13 AC OB0109P0031
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RR 5 BOX 4110
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM 9 PT ON B LN CTY RD
241 & S LN PUB GRD RD, TH
E 185 FTTO POB, TH CONT E
235 FT. TH S 210 FT, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

62 R0080700 HX $383.99
10-06-18-00-000-0150-0
2.00 AC OB0053P0453
HOLMES PHILLIP & ALBERTA
RT 5 BOX 5454
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM AT A PT ON'E LINE OF
ST RD 241 WHERE SAID LINE
INTERSECTS LINE OF PUB
GRADED RD TO HOPEWELL AME
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


Lake Butler Middle School Positive Tigers for March sixth grade (first row): Jennifer
Glenn, Tiffany Burnsed and Brook Palmer. Second row: Candace Maddox and Michaela
Shannon. Not pictured: Lindsey Saunders.


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Page6A UNION COUNTY TIMES May 12,2005


63 R0082200 HX $269.32
10-06-18-00-000-0310-0
.50 AC OB0170P0359
PERRY CLYDIA
RR 2 BOX 459
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM AT THE NE COR OF
SW1/4 OF SW1/4 OP SEC 10
T6S R 18E & THENCE RUN W
210 FT TO POB THENCE RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

64 R0082800 HX $157.99
10-06-18-00-000-0380-0
.50 AC
PERRY ALBERT LEE
RR 2 BOX 459
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9506
COM ON THE E R/W LINE OF
SR 241 AT A PT 50 FT E OF
NW COR OFOF SW1/4 OF
SW1/4 & RUN E 945 FT TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

65 R0082900 $333.50
10-06-18-00-000-d390-0
1.50 AC OB0086P0083
JONES ALMA & MICHAEL
C/O REGINA JONES
910 SE 6TH ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM ON THE E R/W LINE OF
SR-241 AT A PT 50 FT E OF
THE NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SW1/4 OF SEC 10 & RUN S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

66 R0083700 $739.06
11-06-18-00-000-0020-0
19.09 AC OB0066P0188
JONES JERIS
RT 5 BOX 54580
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 EXC 3 ACS
IN SE COR IN OR 30 P 567
EXC OR 38 P 63 & EXC 5
ACS IN OR 43 P 545, OR 52
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL),

67 R0083900 $318.10
11-06-18-00-000-0021-1
1.00 AC OB0164P0380
WHITE KASINAL
RR 5 BOX 5592
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM SE COR SE1/4 OF NE1/4
SEC 11 FOR POB; TH W 210
FT, TH N210 FT, TH E 210
FT, TH S 210 FD TO POB

68 R0084100 $276.86
11-06-18-00-000-0023-0
2.00 AC OB0086P0575
ROBERTS PAULINE J
100 SE 22ND STREET
GAINESVILLE, FL 32641
COM @ SW COR SE1/4 OF
NE1/4, TH W 325 FT, TH N
525 FT TO POB, TH CONT N
420 FT, TH W 210 FT, TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

69 R0084200 $268.18
11-06-18-00-000-0024-0
2.00 AC OB0109P0034
DEBOSE TERESA
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 034

70 R0084900 $1315.67
11-06-18-00-000-0070-0
3.00 AC, OB0069P0548
MORRISON LUTHER C JR & AU
1046 NEVILLE AVE
LAKELAND, FL 33805
COM 9 SE COR SE1/4 OF
NE1/4 THRUN W 400 FT Tb
POB, TH CONT W 250 FT, TH
N 525 FT, TH E 250 FT, TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

71 R0085800 HX $1335.93
12-06-18-00-000-0052-0
11.07 AC OB0091P0528
S- NOMEGEL LOUIE & JANICE
RR 5 BOX :5646-
LAKE BUTLER, FL .32054
AS DESC IN OR 91 PAGE
528;

72 R0086300 $65.47
12-06-18-00-000-0070-0
13.66 AC
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL
1 32054-9510
SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 EXC ,AC
DESC IN OR 41 P 43 EXC 1
AC DESC IN OR 61 P 696 TO
ADAMS; EXC OR 67 P 450,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

73 R0100000 HX $243.75
15-06-18-00-000-0125-0
4.80 AC OB0108P0654
LOVELACE JOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT S/W COR OF SEC 15,
TH RUN N 2568.56FT TO THE
CENTER LN OF CR239-A, TH
E 1983.76FT, TH S 40FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

74 R0100200 $498.84
15-06-18-00-000-0129-0
3.77 AC OB0146P0620
LOVELACE JOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT S'LY FOW OF
CR239-A & W LN OF E 315
FT OF S/W1/4 OF SEC 15
FOR POB; TH RUN S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

75 R0101700 $913.97
S15-06-18-29-000-0060-0
2.06 AC OB0128P0620
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL F E 1/2 COM AT I/S,
OF E/L OF E 1/2 OF NW 1/4
& N R/W/L OF SR 239 A TH
RUN W 1288.51 FT TH N 840
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL),

76 R0102100 HX $540.82
15-06-18-29-000-0100-0
4.04 AC OB0113P0140
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT J FORREST HILLS
SUBDIVISION

77 R0102200 $430.14
15-06-18-29-000-0110-0
1.62 AC OB0140P0323
GARVER ROBERT W
PO BOX 751
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0272
COM AT I/S OF E/L OF NW
1/4 & N R/W/L OF SR-239-A
TH' RUN N ON R/W/L 1740 FT
TH W 688.17 FT TH N 580
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

78 R0103600 HX $544.32.
15-06-18-46-000-0050-0


2.10 AC OB0141P0034
ALLDREDGE TIMOTHY L & SUS
RR 2 BOX 430-5
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL #5 AS DESC IN OR
81 PAGE 301;

79 R0104500 $762.09
15-06-18-46-000-0140-0
4.04 AC OB0188P0167
KELCH JASPER R & BUFORD C
RR 2 BOX 340
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 14 & 15 CREEKSIDE
FOREST AS DESC OR 68 P
445 & 450

80 R0105600 HX $153.65
15-06-18-46-000-0260-0
3.58 AC OB0146P0206
FEPRES FLOYD
P0 BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL


32697-0064
LOT 26 CREEKSIDE FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 75 P 495;

81 R0105700 HX $151.48
15-06-18-46-000-0270-0'
3.22 AC 0B0163P0348
-QLEMONS KENNETH & PAULA
RR 2 BOX 430-L27
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT 27 CREEK SIDE ESTATES
AS DESC IN OR 78 P 619;

82 R0106000 HX $408.79
15-06-18-46-000-0300-0
1..58 AC OB0064P0392
CASHE YVONNE C.
RR'2 BOX 430-30
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9657
LOT 30 CREEKSIDE FOREST
LOC INSEC 14, DESC IN OR
64 P 392;

. 83 R0110100 HX $155.82'
16-06-18-36-000-0270-0
.90 AC OB0193P0359
WESSENDORF DOROTHY B
RR 5 BOX 5259
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE S 483 FT OF COM 9 NE
COR SEC 16, TH W 50 FT,
TH S 2633.80 FT, TH W
1289.49 FT, TH S 1656.71
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

84 R0110400 $647.83
16-06-18-36-000-0360-0
5.01 AC OB0118P0164
WATERS MARTHA D 1
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 36 PROKIP FARMS AS
DESC IN OR 49 PAGE 676;

85 R0112800 $272.76
17-06-18-00-000-0940-0
13.50 AC ,OB0129P0679
FRENCH PAUL V JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 17
TH RUN E 1320 FT TH RUN S
75 FT FOR POB TH RUN S
495 FT TH E 1320 FT TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

86 R0112900 HX $1202.12
17-06-1"8-00-000-0050-0
1.50 AC OB0129P0679
FRENCH PAUL V JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT NE COR OF NE 1/4
OF NW 1/4 TH RUN S 31.67
FT TO POB TH RUN S 41.90
FT TH RUN W 25 FT TH .S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

87 R0114400 RX $149.31
17-06-18-42-000-0020-0
2.32 AC OB0049P0276
CLYATT CHARLES RONALD
PO BOX 814
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
S 440 FT OF W 230 FT OF
N1/2 OF SW1/4 OF NE 1/4

88 R0115200 $538.62
17-06-18-42-000-0100-0
1.57 AC OB0156P0471
BAILEY KATHRYN ARTHUR
PO BOX 517
CUSSETA, GA 31805
COM 0 SW COR N1/2 SW1/4
.OF NE1/4,. TH N 770.0 FT, *
TH E 327.0 FT, TH S 330.0
FT, TH E 209.38FT TO POB,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

89 R0115300 $193.41
17-06-18-42-000-0101-0
1.30 AC OB0171P0286
ELIXSON JOHN PAUL
PO BOX 83
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0083
COM SW COR N1/2 OF SW1/4,
TH N 770 FT, TH E 327 FT,
TH S 330FT, TH E 209.38
FT, TH N 325 FT TO POB;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
-90 R0116400 $590.35
18-06-18-00-000-0052-0
4.00 AC OB0200P0403
BELLO JORGE L & CAROL JOA
RR 3 BOX 1550 C 7
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
4 AC SQ IN NE COR SE1/4
OF NE1/4;

91 R0117200 $1653.48
20-06-18-34-000-0030-0
3.98 AC OB0195P0357
FREEDMAN JASON TURNER
27 MONTAUK BLVD
EAST HAMPTON, NY 11937
LOT 3 OAKRIDGE ESTATES;
COM 9 NW COR SW1/4 NE1/4
& RUN N88*20'12"E 22.30
FT; TH RUN SOO*47'47"E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

92 R0117300 $39.72
20-06-18-34-000-0040-0
3.30 AC OB0195P0357
FREEDMAN JASON TURNER
27 MONTAUK BLVD
EAST HAMPTON, NY 11937
LOT 4 OAKRIDGE ESTATES
CON 9 NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
NE1/4& RUN N88*20'12'E
22.30 FT; THRUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

93 R0118500 $934.52
20-06-18-34-000-0170-0
3.11 AC OB0197P0151
JONES MARVIN
RT 5 BOX 5020-
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT i7 OAKRIDGE ESTATES

94 R0119400 HX $1631.14
21-06-18-00-000-0024-0
1.25 AC
WESSENDORF JONATft N W &
DOROTHY BELLE
RR 5 BOX 5259
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM SE COR NE1/4, T RUN N
827.26 FT, TH W 50 FT TO
W ROWCR 241 FOR POB; TH W
243.31 FTTH N 224.50 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

95 R0120400 HX $157.99
21-06-18-00-000-0102-0
2.52 AC OB0157P0503
ENNIS JOHN.W
RR 5 BOX 5134
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9558
COM 9 SE COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4TH W 50 FT TO POB,
TH CONT W 367.5 FT, TN N
417.5 FT, TM E 367.5 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEB TAXROLL)

96 R0120500 HX $155.82
21-06-18-00-000-0103-0
2.80 AC OB0118P0348
SPARLING JOYCE J
RR 5 BOX 5130


LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 SE COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SE 1/4, TH W 50 FT TO ROW
SR 241, TH N 417.5 FT TO
POB. TH W 367.5 FT, TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

97 R0120600 HA $155.82
21-06-18-00-000-0104-0
1.00 AC OB0124P0558
ENNIS JOHN
RT 5 BOX 5134
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
CON 9 SE COR NE 1/4 OF SE
1/4 SEC 21, TM W 50 FT TO
W ROW SR241, TH N 300 FT
TO POB; TH W 307.50 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

98 R0121100 HX $910,58
21-06-18-41-000-0040-0
'2.05 AC OB0127P0113
BEARD ARTHUR & CASSIE DAN
RR 5 BOX 4854


LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4 SANTA FE HILLS A
RECORDED SUBDIVISION

99 R0122600 HX $147.14
21-06-18-41-000-0240-0
1.75 AC OB0176P0326
FOWLER ROBERT D
RR 5 BOX 5282
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 24 SANTA FE HILLS

100 R0123100 HX $249.02
21-06-18-41-000-0310-0
2.08 AC OB0197P0492
DANIELS TAMMY
RR 5 BOX 5271
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 31 AS DESC IN OR 76 P
44 SANTA FE HILLS;

101 R0124100 HX $160.25
21-06-18-41-000-0440-0
2.33 AC OB0095P0444
GREEN RHONDA N.
PO BOX 273
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0273
LOT 44 SANTA FE HILLS

102 R0124300 HX $926.19
21-06-18-41-00o-0460-0
2.21 AC OB0136P0455
SIMPSON ROBERT A
RR 5 BOX 5288
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 46 OF SANTA FE HILLS
AS PER PLAT RECORDED IN
PB 1, P 28, UNION CO, PFL
(ORB 184, P 687)

103 R0126100 $71.89
21-06-18-45-000-0170-0
10.60 AC OB0073P0033
ABBOTT ROBERT & MICHAEL Z
4630 DRUMMOND LANE
ORLANDO, FL 32810
LOTS 17 & 17A UPLAND
PINES, ASDESC IN OR 73,
PAGE 33 & 40;

104 R0126500 $973.40
21-06-18-45-000-0230-0
1.52 AC OB0202P0311
JONES WILLIAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 23 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATIONCOM @ NW COR OF
SEC 21 & RUN N 86*27'24"E
2763.86 FT TO W ROW SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

105 R0126600 $578.88
21-06-18-45-000-0240-0
1.52 AC OB0194P0237
REEVES LELA M
550 SE BRAWLEY STREET
HIGH SPRINGS, FL 32643
PARCEL 24 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATION: COM @ NW COR
& RUNN86*27'24"E ALNG N
LINE, 2763.86 FT TO W R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

106 R0127500 $134.62
21-06-18-45-000-0330-0
1.02 AC OB0172P0455
FEAGIN JENNIFER
1075 MARY FRANCES DR
KISSIMMEE, FL 34741
LOT 33 DESC OR172/455

107, R0128500 $360.43
21-06-18-45-000-0440-0
2.22 AC OB0151P0451
HANSON MARI J
715 W MAIN STREET APT 220
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1050
LOT 44 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATIONAN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION;

108 R0129300 HX $726.66
21-06-18-45-000-0492-0
1.30 AC OB0167P0454
WHITE KASINAL C
RR 5 BOX 4940
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NE COR SEC 20, TH E.
2021.94 FT, TH S 619.62
FT TO N ROW SARA LANE, TH
S 60 FT TO S ROW LN, TH W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

109 R0129400 $1155.01
21-06-18-45-000-0493-0
1.02 AC OB0151P0095
JACKSON EMMA LEE
645 NE WALDO ROAD
GAINESVILLE, FL 32641
COM NE COR SEC 20, TH E
2021.94 FT, TH S 619.62
PT TO t ROW SARA LANE, TH
S 60 FT TO S ROWTH W 1955
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

110 R0129800 $150.06
21-06-18-45-007-0011-0
1.06 AC OB0185P0446
NEAL MICHELLE
4117 SW 20TH AVE
APT # 65
GAINESVILLE, FL 32607
PORTION OF BLK 7-LOT A,
UPLANDPINES PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) COM 9 SE COR
OF SEC 17 & RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
111 R0130200 $158.19
21-06-18-45-010-0010-0
1.21 AC OB0199P0079
HOLMES BOYCE
13115 119TH STREET NORTH
LARGO, FL 33778
PARCEL 10-A OF UPLAND
PINES PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) (1.21 AC)
(ORB 199, P 79) (SEC
17.-6-18)

112 R0130300 $147.89
21-06-18-45-010-0020-0
1.06 AC OB0199P0083
HOLMES BOYCE
13115 119TH STREET NORTH
LARGO, FL 33778
PARCEL 10-C OF UPLAND
PINES PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) (1.06 AC)
(ORB 199, P 83) (SEC
17-6-18)

113 R0130400 $147.89
21-06-18-45-010-0030-0
1.06 AC OB0199P0075
HOLMES BOYCE
13115 119TH STREET NORTH
LARGO, FL 33778
PARCEL 10-E OF UPLAND
PINES PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) (1.06 AC)
(ORB 199, P 75) (SEC
17-6-18)

114 R0130500 $147.89
21-06-18-45-010-0040-0
1.06 AC OB0199P0087
HOLMES BOYCE
13115 119TH STREET NORTH
LARGO, FL 33778
PARCEL 10-G OF UPLAND
PINES PLANTATION
(UNRECORDED) (1.06 AC)
(ORB 199, P 87) (SEC
17-6-18)


115 R0130600 HX $457.58
21-06-18-45-011-0010-0
1.43 AC OB0178P0659
REUSS JOHN DAVID
RR 5 BOX 4894
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL 11-A OF UPLAND
PINES PLANTATION DESC AS
FOLLOWS : COM 9 SE COR-OF
SEC 17 & RUN N02*40'40"W,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

116 R0131000 $38.08
21-06-18-45-013-0140-.0
4.45 AC OB0090P0396
ABBOTT ROBERT C ,& WM J LE
4630 DRUMMOND LN
ORLANDD, FL 32810-4010
AUDIT SUB 96 LOTS N & 0
BLOCK 13 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATION AS DESC IN OR
67 P 520


117 R0131700 HX $1200.29
22-06-18-00-000-0031-0
1.00 AC OB0102P0477
HARDEN JOSEPH & STACY
RT 5 BOX 5260
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
APROX 1 AC IN NW1/4, DESC
IN OR 81 P 182;

118 R0138400 HX $373.71
24-06-18-00-000-0056-0
1.10 AC OB0184P0190
NAVARRO LUIS M & LINDA S
RR 2 BOX 607 A13
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054'
COM 0 SW COR OF SE1/4 &
RUN N02*47'38"W, ALNG W
LN, 1331.20 FT TO SW COR
OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

119 R0138500 HX $464.60
24-06-18-00-000-0057-0
1.10 AC OB0186P0377
NORMAN FRANK E & CATHERIN
RR 2 BOX 607 A-12
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 SW COR OF SE1/4 OF
SEC 24 & RUN N02*47'38"W,
ALNG W LN THEREOF,
1331.20 FT TO SW COR OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

120 R0138600 HX $383.39
24-06-18-00-000-0058-0
1.10 AC QB0132PO369
RAINWATER WILLIAM D
PO BOX 525
LAKE BUTLER, FL' 32054
COM 9 SW COR OF'Ski/4 OF
SEC 24 & RUN N02*47'38"W,
ALNG W LN THEREOF,
1331.20 FT TO SW COR'OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
121 R0139900 $821.96
24-06-18-73-000-0030-0
1.21 AC OB0156P0389
JENKINS LEE &
CATHY BASS
PO BOX 44
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0044
LOT 3 HAYLAND HGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION

122 R0140200 $995.79
24-06-18-73-009-0060-0
1.47 AC OB0193P0161
WELLS FARGO FINANCIAL FLO
826 SW MAIN STREET
SUITE 101
LAKE CITY, FL 32025
LOT 6. HAYLAND HEIGHTS
RECORDEDSUBDIVISION

123 R0142000 HX $1598.59
25-06-18-00-000-0035-0
8.76 AC OB0108P0041
CREWS JOHN A & PHYLLIS D
RR 2 BOX 643-E2
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9503
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 25,
RUN S ALONG E LINE,
3060.33 FT FORPOB, RUN S
489.53 FT. W 1016.85 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

124 R0142200 $53.85
25-06-18-55-000-0020-0
5.01 AC OB0091P0543
STORY ROBERT S
1333 DUNN AVE
APT #1104
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32218
COM 9 NE COR OF SEC 25 &
RUN S02*30'09"E, ALNG E
LN THEREOF2554.87 FT;
N82*44'10"W 609.65FT TO W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

125 R0142800 HX $1299.05
25-06-18-55-000-0090-0
5.01 AC OB0125P0531
PHILLIPS MATHEW J &.DAPHN
PO BOX 136
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM 9 NE COR SEC 25, TH S
1445.39 FT, TH NW 249.99
FT TO N ROW 40 FT TO GRD
RD & POB; TH SW 95.35 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAI,.SEE TAXROLL)

126 R0143200 HX $335.99
25-06-18-55-000-0111-0
3.00 AC OB0159P0455
PROSE MARVIN A JR &
TABITHA A
RT 2 BOX 641
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NE COR SEC 25, TH S
84.46 FT TO S ROW CR 18,
TH W'LY ALGROW 93.45 FT
TO W ROW CO GRD RD & POB;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)"

127 R0146900 $365.28
36-06-18-52-000-0100-0
2.87 AC OB0146P0554
BALTZLEY STEVEN L
12744 AZTEC DRIVE N
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32246
LOT 10 BURNS SUB

128 R0149900 $67.84
31-04-19-00-000-0014-0
1.00 AC 0OB0182P0294
PORTERFIELD LAWRENCE & MA
5678 GEORGETOWN ROAD
CLEVELAND, TN 37312
COM 9 NW COR OF Ni/2 OF
S1/2 OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4 &
RUN N89*31'04"E, ALNG N
LN, 688.71FT TO POB;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

129 R0151200 HX $323.89
31-04-19-00-000-0090-0
3.00 AC OB0157P0674
TANNER CHRISTOPHER B & DO
RR 3 BOX 409
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE W 290 FT OF THE EAST
581 FT OF THE N 464.23 FT
OF THE E 1/2 OF LOT 4 ORB
118-529

130 R0152900 $30.62
33-04-19-00-000-0080-A
6.47 AC
BAXTER CLARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PL
GAINESVILLE, FL
32605-2004
21.5166% OF 1/2 INT SW1/4
OF SE1/4 S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF
SW1/4;
131 R0156400 $S .<,
04-05-19-00-000-0090-A
10.78 AC
BAXTER CLARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PL
GAZNESVILLE, FL
32605-2004
0 G & M IN 21.5166%.OF
1/2 INTS3/4 OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4, W1/2 OF SE1/4 OF
SW1/4 & N1/4 OF SE1/4 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

132 R0159800 $291.68
06-05-19-00-000-0157-0
1.00 AC OB0165P0256
PHILLIPS PAMELA T
RR 3 BOX 427K
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054


COM SE COR SEC 6, TH N
522.84 FT, TH SW 91.09 FT
TO POB; TH NW'LY 210 FT,
TH SW'LY 210 FT TO E ROW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

133 R0160000 HX $155.82
06-05-19-00-000-0161-0
2.95 AC
CLARK TOMMY L
RR 3 BOX 427-B
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9306
TH N 466.7 FT OF THE
SE14/ OF SE1/4, LYNG E OF
COUNTY MAINT RD LESS&
EXCEPT THE.E 466.7 FT

134 R0160100 HX $2137.73
07-05-19-00-000-0010-0
8.98 AC OB0074P0359
DAVIS JAMES A & MELINDA
RR 3 BOX 94
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9419


N 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THE E 702.58 FT

135 R0161200 $570.08
08-05-19-00-000-0021-0
7.00 AC OB0172P0512
AMERICAN TOWER MANAGEMENT
4540 OLD TAMPA HWY
KISSIMMEE, FL 34746-4262
SITE #24565,(MAIN STREET)
COM SE COR NW1/4 SEC 8,
TH W 1080.56 TO POB; TH W
251.36 FT, TH NW'LY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

136 R0165000 HX $157.99
24-05-19-00-000-0050-0
13.04 AC OB0068P0202
ALLEN ARNEITA
RR 3 BOX 19
LAKE BbTLER, FL
32054-9402
SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 EXC SE
1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 &
EXC PARCELDESC IN OR 35 P
209 ESC OR 55 P 420, 55 P
421, EXC .27 AC OR 11/307

137 R0165400 HX $1048.38
24-05-19-00-000-0060-0
5.00 AC OB0035P0209
GREEN GEORGE W & DOROTHY
RR 3 BOX 18
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9402
COM AT NE COR OF SE 1/4
OF SE 1/4 TH RUN S 220 FT
RUN W 275 FT RUN S 235.19
FT TH RUN W 369.52 FT TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

138 R0165800 HX $155.82
24-05-19-00-000-0081-0
1.00 AC OB0150P0311
LUKE WILLIAM D & DONNA KA
RR 3 BOX 24
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NE COR NE1/4 OF SE1/4
SEC 24, TH W 60.35 FT TO
W ROW S-231 TH S 423.78
FT TO POB; TH S 138.23 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

139 R0166800 HX $432.72
25-05-19-00-000-0040-0
1.50 AC 0OB0133P0093
ROLLINS EDWARD WAYNE & .KI
RR 3 BOX 26
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0162
COM CENTER OF ST RD 100
ON RANGE LINE DIV RANGES
19 & 20 & RUN N 273.67 FT
THENCE NW 387.39 FT SE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

140 R0167300 $6974.64
25-05-19-00-000-0070-0
41.00 AC OB0118P0168
ELLINGTON HARLIS R.CONSTR
PO BOX 257
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0257
GOV LOT 2 N OF GS & F RR
EXC ROW SR 100;
141 R0179900 HX $1445.09
35-05-19-00-000-0090-0
3.00 AC
PEACOCK GAIL W
RR 4 BOX 3800
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9327
NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4 LYG E OF
GRADED RD

142 R0180000 $1408.01
.35-05-19-76-000-0010-0
2.00 AC OB0142P0299
EVANS CARY E & DONNA M
16506 NE 21ST STREET
GAINESVILLE, FL 32609
LOT 1 QUAIL RIDGE RECORDED
SUB PLAT 2/4

143 R0181200 ,$1491.51
36-05-19-00-000-0031-0
1.08 AC OB0131P0481
DEAN WARD ENTERPRISES INC
PO BOX 453
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
AUDIT SUBJECT 94 COM @ PT
ON W LN OF W1/2 OF SE1/4
AT ITS INT W/N LN ACL RR
FOR POB, TH N 225 FT, TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

144 R0181300 $753.42
36-05-19-00-000-0032-0
6.96 AC OB0121P0384
DEAN WARD ENTERPRISES INC
,PO BOX 453
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR SW 1/4 OF SE
174, S73.59 FT, TH NE
4.86 FT TO POB; TH N
507.05 FT, TH E 383.38
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

145 R0181500 $192.50
36-05-19-00-000-0040-0
37.00 AC OB0031P0491
PEACOCK GAIL W
RR 4 BOX 3800
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9327
NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 EXC RD
R/W ALSO EXC 3 AC TO
CHURCH LDS OR 46 P 180

146 R0182000 HX $865.36
36-05-19-00-000-0082-0
2.00 AC OB0144P0514
DICKS TOMMY D & ERIN E
RR 4 BOX 3708
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG AT SE COR LOT 10,
WARDS SUB, POINT BEING N
ROW BROWN ROBERTS RD, TH.
E 206.78 FT, TH N 425.01
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

147 R0186500 HX $1906.81
36-05-19-48-000-0110-0
5.00 AC OB0178P0009
CHAMBERS JOYCE J
RR 4 BOX 3835
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS #11-15 OAK MANOR SUB
AS DESC IN PLAT BK 1 PG
30:

148 R0186900 $299.61
36-05-19-74-000-0010-0
2.00 AC OB0182P0176
WHEELER TINA R & JEFFCOAT
RR 4 BOX 3752
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 1. QUAIL HOLLOW
RECORDED SUB PLAT 2/3

149 R0187000 $161.73
36-05-19-74-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0138P0471
WHEELER TINA R &
JEFFCOAT NAN
RR 4 BOX 3752
LAKE BUTLER, PL 32054
LOT 2 QUAIL HOLLOW
RECORDED PLAT 2/3

150 R0187600 $264.60
36-05-19-75-000-0010-0
1.75 AC OB0203P0265
COFFMAN STEVE C & JUDITH
RR 1 BOX 98
RAIFORD, FL 32083
SLOT 1 QUAIL HEIGHTS
RECORD SUBPLAT 2/5


151 R0188200 HX $149.31
36-05-19-77-000-0010-0
1.00 AC OB0191P0496
PAYNE JOY LYNNE
RR 4 BOX 3959
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 1 QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PLAT 2/2
152 R0189000 $106.19
36-05-19-82-000-0010-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 1 HIDDEN OAKS

153 R0189100 $106.19
36-05-19-82-000-0020-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 2 HIDDEN OAKS


154 R0189200 $106.19
36-05-19-82-000-0030-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 3 HIDDEN OAKS

155 R0189300 $106.19
36-05-19-82-000-0040-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 4 HIDDEN OAKS

156 R0189500 $134.62
36-05-19-82-000-0060-0
.66 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 6 HIDDEN OAKS

157 R0189600 $127.53
36-05-19-82-000-0070-0
.62 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 7 HIDDEN OAKS

158 R0189800 $159.49
36-05-19-82-000-0090-0
.80 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696 -
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 9 HIDDEN OAKS

13Q n0189900 $161.25
36-05-19-82-00-0100 -0
.81 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 10 HIDDEN OAKS

160 R0190400 $196.79
36-05-19-82-000-0150-0
1.01 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 15 HIDDEN OAKS

161 R0190500 $372.69
36-05-19-82-000-0160-0
2.00 AC OB0173P0024
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
PO BOX 5696
SAN ANGELO, TX 76902
LOT 16

162 R0191400 HX $394.66
01-06-19-00-000-0071-0
10.46 AC OB0146P0244
MANN TERRY & BARBARA
RR 4 BOX 2901
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
W 420 FT OF N 1084.97 FT
OF SECTION 1 (10.46 AC)

163 R0196900 HX $426.87
02-06-19-00-000-0100-0
13.76 AC OB0162P0253
ANDREWS ALBERT J
RR 4 BOX 3670
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9321
COM AT SE COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 OF SEC 2 THENCE SW
1667.79 FT TO R/W OF SR
121 THENCE NE ON R/W 1356
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

164 R0200200 $947.66
03-06-19-83-000-0030-0
2.20 AC OB0178P0084
WILSON JOSEPH ADAM
RR 4 BOX 3372
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 3 PAMETTO RIDGE
165 R0200800 HX $155.82
04-06-19-00-000-0012-0
5.60 AC OB0187P0552
JOHNS DIANE WATERS
..' BOX 3385

PARCEL B COM NW COR SEC
4. TH E 40.01 FT TO E ROW
CR S796-A TH S 715 FT. TH
E 1475.58 FT TO POB; TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

166. R0201300 HX $417.65
04-06-19-00-000-0030-0
1.00 AC OB0170P0468
WATERS TONY LAMAR
RR 4 BOX 3111
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR SEC 4,TH E
40.01 FTTO E ROW CR
S796-A, TH S 725 FT TO
POB; TH E 301.42 FT, TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

167 R0201900 $226.71
04-06-19-00-000-0054-0
2.00 AC OB0192P0031
ROSS LINDA C
3704 BRUTON RD
PLANT CITY, PL 33565
COM 9 NW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN S89*30'20"E, 40.02 FT
TO E R/WOF CR 796A;
S01*08*14'E, ALNG E R/W,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

169 R0203200 $531.08
04-06-19-00-000-0125-0
1.00 AC OB0150P0277
POWELL PHYLLIS
RR 4 BOX 3165
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM SE COR SW1/4 OF NW1/4
SEC 4, TH E 2045.28 FT,
TH S 399.23 FT TO POB; TH
S 197.05 FT, TO N ROW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

170 R0203900 HX $149.31
04-06-19-54-000-0050-0
4.01 AC
HICKS RONALD W
RR 4 BOX 3340
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL 5 AVERY SUB LESS
LOT 5-A
171 R0204200 $628.57
04-06-19-54-000-0062-0
3.69 AC OB0139P0610
EDDY JOHN R SR
RR 4 BOX 3475
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6-E AVERY'S
SUBDIVISION 1AS DESC IN
OR 97 PAGE 529;

172 R0206000 $115.16
04-06-19-57-000-0090-0
5.03 AC OB0181P0593
BROWN CALVIN & RENE
RT 1 BOX 127
RAIFORD. FL 32083
PARCEL 9-A OF THE GROVES
COM 9 SE COR OF SEC 5 AND
RUN N00*13'08"E, ALNG E
LN OF SEC 5. 347.21 FT;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

173 R0208100 $849.26
04-06-19-60-000-0060-0
2.00 AC OB0099P0156
LEWIS JOANN
1029 ROYAL OAK BLVD
LEESBURG, FL 32748
LOTS 6 & 7 LONGLEAF FARMS


AS DESC IN OR 99 PAGE
156;

174 R0209000 HX $222.98
04-06-19-60-000-0180-0
1.00 AC OB0157P0388
BUSBY TINA M & W & L BUSB
RR 4 BOX 3395
LAKE BUTLER, FL 3.2054
LOT 18 LONGLEAF FARMS;
DESC OR 157/388

175 R0212200 $862.10
05-06-19-79-000-0040-0
4.00 AC OB0185P0543
DENSON WILLIAM M
RR 4 BOX 3130
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4, OAK GROVE HILL AS
RECRDIN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
8: LESS & EXC 1.00 AC
PRCL IN NE COR THEREOF &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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1.7$ R0213100 HX $317.68
07-06-19-00-000-0010-0
59.40 AC OB0187P0324
DUKES MICHAEL C
RR 5 BOX 5700
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
ALL THAT PART OF THE
NORTH 1/20F THE NE1/4
LYING NORTH & WESTERLY OF
CR S-796 (ORB 187, P 324)
(SEC 7-6-19)

177 R0214700 $538.48
07-06-19-00-000-0090-09
4.82 AC OB0188P0323
DUKES MICHAEL C.
RR 5 BOX 5700
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM INT W LINE OF El/2
SEC 7 WITH S ROW LINE OF
CR S238A RUN N86*11'11"E
871.20 FT TO POB; TH CONT
(ADD"L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

178 R0218100 HX $274.20
09-06-19-00-000-0012-0
1.00 AC OB0134P0380
REDDING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
CIN BW CIR SEC 9M TG E
2747.04FT TO INTERS CNT
LN GRD RD, TH S 244.13 FT
TO POB;TH E 208. 71 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

179 R0218400 $66.53
09-06-19-00-000-0015-0
12.50 AC OB0146P0672
REDDING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NEW COR SEC 9, TH E
2747.04 FT TO INTERS CNTR
N 50 FT GRD RD, TH S
244.13 FT TO POB; TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

180 R0225000 > $1158.55
11-06-19-00-000-0140-0
1.00 AC OB0053P0203
WHITEHEAD LUCILLE A DEESE
RR 1 BOX 531
LAKE BUTLER, FL
z 32054-9801
COM AT SW Clt OF SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 & RUN N4ALG W'TLY
BDRY OF LAND DESC IN OR
25 P 225-226 611.16 FT
(ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

181 R0225300 $226.71
11-06-19-00-000-0170-0
4.00 AC OB0031P0138
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601.
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT SE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NW1/4 & RUN W 864 FT TO
ST RD 121 THENCE NE ALONG
RD 625 FT & SE ON 45 DEG
ANGLE 600 FT TO BEG

182 R0225800 0!HX. $155.82
11-06-19-00-000-0192-0
3.16 AC OB0105P0046
ROCKHOLD MARY E
RR 4 BOX 3610'.
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM SW COR SE1/4 OF NWI/4
SEC 11 TH N 275 F TO POB;
TH S 275 FT TO GRD RD, TH
SE'LY ALGRD 500 FT, TH.N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

183 R0229200 $228.88
12-06-19-00-000-0070-0
2.00 AC OB0122P0535
VIERLING FRANK N &'CAROL
RR 2 BOX 217
LAKE,PBTLER, FL,
'.K E F 320 ..-9625

COH, AT.-SE EO' ROF SE174 OF
ZVLIA V RUICW 420
THENCE N 210 FT'TO POB
THENCE RUN N 210 FT E 420
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

184 R0237700 $355.55
16-06-19-63-000-001A-0.
14.00 AC OB0155P0436
EDDY J R & GAYLE
RR 4 BOX 3260
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL 1-A AS DESC OR
125/360 COM 9 SE COR SEC
9 & RUN N, 380.21 FT; W,
1332.93 FT TO E LINE OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

185 R0238300 HX $350.63
16-06-19-63-000-0040-0
5.00 AC OB0115P0377
LENNON WILLIAM J III & MA
RT 2 BOX 481
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4 PINEWOOD ESTATES;
L86 R0239600 HX $155.82
16-06-19-63-000-0150-0
19.38 AC OB0199P0427
RUISE LEO & VANESSA
RR 4 BOX 3478
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0233
LOT 15, PINEWOOD.ESTATES
S/D (UNRCD) LESS & EXC
0.91 AC AS DESC IN ORB
184, 'P 426

187 R0239900 HX $157.99
16-06-19-64-000-0011-0
2.65 AC OB0145P0682
MARTIN THOMAS M
RR2 BOX 261F1
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9630
COM SW COR NW1/4 OF NW1/4
SEC 16, TH E 1653.27 FT
TH N 1313.96 FT TO S LN
SEC 9, TH E 612.89 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

188 R0240700 HX $285.60
16-06-19-64-000-0050-0
1.57 AC OB0171P0202
KUCZENSKA MARTY E
RR 2 BOX 262-C5
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR SW1/4 OF NE1/4
SEC 16, TH S 337.82 FT TO
PO&; TH E 225.18 FT TO
ROW RD, TH E'LYAROUND
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

189 R0240900 HX $461.03
16-06-19-64-000-0052-0
1.00 AC OB0122P0415
POWELL JULIE
RR 2 BOX 262-C6
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM S NW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
NE 1/4 SEC 16, TH S 585
FT, TM E 468.81 FT TO
POB; TN N 231.887 FT TO S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

190 R0241000 $304.07
16-06-19-64-000-0053-0
1.00 AC OB0122P0411
MICHAEL G KUCZENSKA
RT 2 BOX 262-C8
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCELS C & E WINDFALL
SUB (2AC) EXC PARCEL C
OR127/404 (1AC)

191 R0245400 $1675.94
19-06-19-00-000-0050-0


1.60 AC OB0148P0064
MCNEAL HOWARD AND KELLIE
201 KEYSTONE RD
AUBURNDALE, FL
33823-2307
COM 8 NE COR SE 1/4 OF NE
1/4 OF SEC 19, TH W
739.25 FT, TH W 395.61 FT
TO POB; TH S 3352.26 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

192 R0249300 HX $974.85
20-06-19-00-000-0090.,0
6.50 AC OB0088P0594
SALLIE TIMOTHY P ET ALS
RR 2 BOX 724-C
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054


SKIPS PETROLEUM COM AT SW
COR OF SE1/4 OF SE 1/4 TH
RUN N TO N R/W/L OF SR-18
TH RUN N 654 FT TO POB TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

193 R0249700 $1699.00
20-06-19-00-000-0120-0
1.55 AC OB0118P0240
JOHALCO INC
PO BOX 9
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0009
AUDIT SUBJECT 94 S 350 FT
OF THAT PORTION OF THE
SE1/4 OF SE1/4 LYING W OF
STRD 121 & N OF SR 18 EXC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

194 R0252000 HX $449.09
20-06-19-47-000-0180-0
1.07 AC OB0198P0370
ELIXSON TERRY D. SR & KAR
RR 2 BOX 675
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 .
LOTS 18 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION

195 R0252100 HX $367.42
20-06-19-47-000-0190-0
1.05 AC OB0199P0203
REDDING TARA D
RR 2 BOX 678
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4& RUN S88*34'46"W,
1327.98 FT TO E R/W OF CO
RD S-238A, SAIDPOINT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
196 R0252200 $584.06
20-06-19-47-000-0200-0
1.05 AC OB0089P0343
BARNETT RODNEY L & KIMBER
PO BOX 121
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0121
PARCEL #20 WORTHINGTON
9PRINGSPLANTATION AS DESC
IN OR 79 PAGE 685;

197 R0252900 HX $830.17
20-06-19-47-000-0260-0
4.34 AC OB0108P0106
LEAR DONALD L JR
RT 2 BOX 694
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 26 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 80 P 195;

198 R0253200 HX $252,37
20-06-19-47-000-0300-0
4.13 AC OB0077P0067
SEAY CURTIS E & HOPE N
PO BOX 85
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0085
LOT 30 WORTHINGTON 0
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 77 P 67;

199 R0253700 HX $283.43
20-06-19-47-000-0330-0
3.39 AC OB0068P0385
WEST MARION L
RR 2 BOX 697-D-33
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT 33 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC INOR 68 PG 385

200 R0254500 HX $539.62.
20-06-19-47-000-0420-0
4.48 AC OB0159P057,7
SEAY FAITH L & ELIXSON TI
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM @ NW COR SW1/4 OF
SW1/4, TH S 1292.95 FT,
TH E 1341.43 FT, TH N
1900.05 FT, TH E 905.40
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

201 R0254900 HX $155.82

20-06-19-47-00.0-0480-0
S .8.98. AC OBOQ92PQ304
MILEY JAMES E & LINDA L
P 0 BOX 195
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0195
LOTS 48 & 49 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS, PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 74 PG 677;

202 R0255400 HX $544.90
20-06-19-47-000-0570-0
10.11 AC OB0167P0500
CUBBEDGE FREDRICK & DANET
RR 2 BOX 697-57
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL # 57 WORTHINGSON
SPRINGPLANTATION AS DESC
IN OR 79 P 17;

203 R0255600 HX $195.86
20-06-19-47-000-0590-0
4.60 AC OB0101P0298
NORMAN STEPHANIE ET AL
RT 2 BOX 697-59
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 59 WORTHINGTON,
SPRINGS PLANTATION, AS
DESC IN OR 77 P 47;

204 R0256600 HX '$191.01.
20-06-19-47-000-0690-0
5.67 AC OB0125P0389
RICHARD DEBBIE J
PO BOX 265
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 69 WORTHINGTON SPGS.
PLANTION DESC IN OR
137/540:

205 R0256700 HX $511.55
".20-06-19-47-000-0700-0
11i.30 AC OB0192P0584
REED SARAH E
PO BOX 107
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0107
LOT 70 & 71 WORTHINGTON
SPGS ,.,

206 R0257000 HX $146.69
20-06-19-47-000-0740-0
5,85 AC OB0148P0211
HORLER JAMES H & DEBORAH
PO BOX 281
WORTHINGTON SPGS, FL
32697
LOT 74 WORTHINGTOIN SPGS
PLANTATION OR 148/211
207 R0260900 HX $279.09
21-06-19-33-000-0020-0
1.80 AC OB0139P0035
ARNOLD BARBARA
RR 2 BOX 751-V
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 2 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

208 R0261300 $158.47
21-06-19-33-000-0060-0
1.00 AC OB0167P0619
ROLLINS ANN LOUISE
RR 2 BOX 751-R
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

209 R0262300 $613.49


21-06-19-33-000-0160-0
1.05 AC OB0187P0563
DRAWDY THOMAS J JR
RR 2 BOX 751-I
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 16 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

I10 R0263300 $362.30
21-06-19-39-000-0050-0
1,23 AC OB0127P0236
DAVEY MARK A & DEBRA L
RR 2 BOX 763 H5
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 5 GREENBRIAR AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1
PAGE 26;

211 R0263700 $383.90
21-06-19-39-000-0090-0
.99 AC OB0127P0275
SEFCIK ST CLAIRE


PO BOX 202
RAIFORD, FL 32083
LOT 9 GREENBRIAR AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1
PAGE 26;

212 R0264700 HX $151.48
21-06-19-39-000-0200-0
1.32 AC OB0129P0092
BRYAN ROBERT H
RR 2 BOX 763-H20
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 20 GREENBRIAR AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1
PAGE 26;
213 R0265700 HX $675.06
21-06-19-71-000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0136P0321
BERNAS GARY M & REBECCA S
RR 2 BOX 763A-4
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9546
LOT 4 ELMWOOD N SUB PLAT
BOOK 1/37

214 R0266200 HX $219.53
21-06-19-72-000-0010-0
1.89 AC OB0150P0262
TYLER DANIEL TYLER & THERE
RR 2 BOX 763-Cl
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 1 ELMWOOD SOUTH PLAT
BOOK 1/37

215 R0266300 HX $265.42
21-06-19-72-000-0020-0
1.96 AC OB0147P0685
BEEMAN DONALD W & BRENDA
RR 2 BOX 763-C2
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 2 ELMWOOD SOUTH PLAT
BOOK 1/36

216 R0270600 HX $325.18
23-06-19-00-000-0150-0
3.10 AC
THOMAS HARRY & RENDA
RR 2 BOX 808
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9551
COM @ SW COR OF SE1/4 OF
SW1/4& RUN N89*43'51"E,
ALNG S LN OF SEC 23,
64.95 FT TO INT WITH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

217 R0273600 HX $491.46
26-06-19-00-000-0031-0
.50 AC OB0163P0085
RAINEY LINDA GAIL &
KiMBERLY DIANE RAINEY
RR 2 BOX 805
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
SEE OR 103 PAGE 653;

218 R0274900 HX $209.74
26-06-19-00-000-0078-0
1.67 AC OB0138P0506
DUBOSE DAVID KEITH & SAND
PO BOX 116
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM @ INT W LN SEC 26, &
S ROWLN CO RD 18-A, TH E
40 FT, THS 896.29 FT TO
POB, TH E 344.51 FT, TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
219 R02790000 $345.08
27-06-19-00-000-0110-0
9.60 AC
THOMAS HARRY & RENDA
RR 2 BOX 808
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9551
THAT PART OF. SEC 27 THAT
LIES WITHIN THE FOLLOWING
DESC PRCLCOM 9 SW COR OF
SEC 26 & RUN S89*03'27-W,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

220 R0280800 $509.14
28-06-19-00-000-0120-0
10.00 AC OB0119P0138
FLAGG SCOTT & OWEN MARGAR
3180 NW 12TH ST
GAINESVILLE, FL
32609-2150
COMBAT POB AS DESC IN OR
13,R,.71 & THEN RUN W
I 'T 926621FTTO ;RR T'-NW'LY
S ,ALG ;RR i339,0.- FT T PIE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

221 R0281000 $59.49
28-06-1!f-00-000-0131-0
.50 AC OB0189P0304
'EDWARDS PATRICIA ANN
RR 3 BOX 1524
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY:
A PARCEL OF LAND 210 FT
SQUARE IN NW COR OF SW1/4
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

223 R0283500 HX $608.67
28-06-19-00-000-0341-0
1.00 AC OB0135P0172
THOMAS FRANCES M &
NATHANIEL B HARRIS
RR 2 BOX 738
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9542
COM 9 INT E ROW SCL RR &
N LN NW1/4 OF SW1/4, TH S
ALG E ROWTO INT WITH
NW'LY ROW LITTLE SPRINGS
(ADD,'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

224 R0285700 HX $211.39
28-06-19-23-001-0060-0
.35 AC OB0154P0508
MUNN ATHA BASS
PO BOX 22
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0022
LOTS 6 & 7 BLK 1
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

225 R0286200 HX $54.74
28-06-19-23-001-0120-0
..22 AC.. OB0164P0032
CAPRILOZZI CHARLES & SHAR
PO BOX 315
WORHTINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 12 & 13 BLK 1
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
EMBRACING PATTONS SURVEY
& EXC TH N 61 FT ALSO E 9
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

226 R0287700 HX $440.57
28-06-19-23-007-0010-0
1.42 AC OB0118P0206
SEAY MARVIN A & REGINA S
PO BOX 76
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 1 THROUGH 7, BLOCK
7, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

227 R0287900 $791.96
28-06-19-23-008-0020-0
1.74 AC OB0131P0602
SEAY DWIGHT T
PO BOX 361
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 1 THRU 3 AND 6 THRU
*8 BLK 8 LYING S OF PUBLIC
RD. ALSO LOTS 2 3 & 4 BLK
11;

228 R0288000 $265.45
28-06-19-23-008-0040-0
.22 AC 0B0131P0424


SEAY FAITH
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0076
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 8

229 R0288300 HX $294.54
28-06-19-23-009-0020-0
1 .91 AC OB0107P0613
BENEFIELD PATRICIA & JOHN-
PO BOX 16
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 2 THRU 5 INCL & LOTS
12 THUR 15 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS ENSEYS SURVEY
230 R0288600 $367.42
28-'06-;9-23-010-0020-0
.38'AC. OB0076P0371
FERRES FLOYD & YVONNE
PO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL


32697-0064
LOT 2 & LOT 3 BLOCK 10
LESS RD R/W WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PATTON SURVEY

231 R0292500 $1802.21
2B-06-19-23-032-0010-0
'2.08 AC 0B0198P0267
WCW REMAIN, LLC
PO BOX 352
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM @ SW COR SEC 28, TH N
ALG SEC 28 915.70 FT TO
CENTER LN 6TH ST FOR POB;
TH N 113.99 FT, TH NE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

232 R0295400 HX $262.58
29-06-19-00-000-0050-0 '
6.00 AC OB0163P0329
SNYDER IDA RAE & EVERETT
HARRY LEROY SNYDER
PO BOX 121
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
12697
NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4
EXC N 440 FT OF E 396 FT,
ALSO ESMT AS DESC IN OR
52 P 641.

233 R0295500 $216.33
29-06-19-00-000-0051-0
2.00 AC OB0058P0552
SNYDER IDA RAE & EVERETT
RR 2 BOX 699
LAKE BUTLER, FL 9539
32d 4-9539
S 220 FT OF E 396 FT OF N
440 FT OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4
OF NEI/4 EXC EASEMENT AS
DESC IN OR 52 PAGE 639
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

234 R0295600 $209.82
29-06-19-00-000-0052-0
2.00 AC OB0058P0551
SNYDER HARRY LEROY
RR 2 BOX 700
LAKE BUTLER,-. FL
32054-9539
N 220 FT OF E 396 FT OF
NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF NE1/4

23 R0297400 HX $157.99
29-06-19-00-000-0107-0
2.60 AC OB0134P0024
ELIXSON ROGER
PO BOX 57
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM @ SW COR SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 OFNE1/4 SEC 29, TH
N 104.01 FT TO POB; TH N
191,08 FT TH E161.05 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

236 R0297600 $840.46
:29-06-19-00-000-0109-0
S1.09 AC OB0135P0524
'BRAND WILLIAM T JR & BARB
1740 SW WILLISTON RD
GAINESVILLE, FL
32608-3506
COM @ SE COR SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 OFNE1/4, TH RUN N
295.09 FT TO CENTER LINE
DIRT RD & POB. TH CONT N.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

238 R0299200 $274.00
29-06-19-56-000-0010-0
.50 AC OB0135P0524
BRAND WILLIAM T JR & BARB
1740 SW WILLISTON RD
GAINESVILLE, FL
32608-3506
COM 9 SE COR SEI/4 OF
NW1/4 OF NE1/4, TH N
295.09 FT, TH E 161.Q5 FT
TO POB, TH N 290.6FT, TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

239 R0302400 $209.74
30-06-19-27-000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0173P0418
MCKNEW LINDA A
5001 NW 13TH AVE
GAINESVILLE;,FL 3'2605
LOT 4 BONNET. BLUFF, PB 1 P
,22

240 R0302700 $155.39
30-06-19-27-000-0080-0
1.00 ACv' OB0122P0157
STRAMPELLO NANCY M
4531 OLIVE AVE
SARASOTA, FL 34231
LOT 6 BONNETT BLUFF PLAT
BOOK 1 PAGE 22;
241 R0303700 $86.42
30-06-19-40-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0114P0557
TESSLER MICHAEL A & LINDA
4611 NW 6TH STREET LOT 3
GAINESVILLE, FL 32609
LOT 2 CREEKSIDE SUB DESC
OR 114/557

242 R0304.40b HX $302.98
30-06-19-40-000-0090-0
1.01 AC OB0098P0578
ROBERTS WAYNE S & MARTHA
RT 2 BOX 691 -
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 9 DESC AS LOT 13 IN
OR 98 PG 578, CREEKSIDE
ESTATES

243 R0304700 $617.16
30-06-19-40-000-0120-0
2.67 AC OB0094P0001
PARRISH CHARLES H' & BREND
RR 2 BOX 762
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT 12CREEKSIDE

244 R0305100 HX $153.65
30-06-19-40-000-0160-0
2.57 AC OB0096P0057
SMITH BARBARA JEAN
P 0 BOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0095
LOTS 16 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION

245 R0305200 $276.36
30-06-19-40-000-0170-0
3.15 AC OB0110P0003
GRIGSBY DANNY JOE
PO BOX 377
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL

32697-0377
LOT 17 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION

246 R0305700 $429.71
30-06-19-40-000-0220-0
3.19 AC OB0105P0090
NETTLES DAVID & COLLEEN
RR 2 BOX 694 C22
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 22 CREEKSIDE SUB AS
DESC IN OR 67 P 215;

247 R0307000 HX $371.65
30-06-19-68-000-0030-0
5.05 AC OB0127P0354
BARTLETT DOROTHY & KEEHN
RR 2 BOX 905
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT C RIVERBEND ESTATES;

248 R0308100 HX $511.93


30-06-19-68-000-0140-0
5.00 AC OB0164P0332
HUTSON JUDY A
RR 2 BOX 965
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT N RIVERBEND ESTATES;
ORB 119-670

249 R0308700 $933.07
30-06-19-68-000-0200-0
1.00 AC OB0177P0698
INGLETT KATHRYN E
RT 2 BOX 956
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT T RIVERBEND ESTATES;
ORB 118-456

'250 R0309800 HX $619.72
30-06-19-68-000-0350-0
4.80 AC OB0155PO243
YOUNG ELIZABETH A
RR 2 BOX 934
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT II RIVERBEND ESTATES;


251 R0310400 $245.91
30-06-19-68-000-0430-0
2.43 AC OB0117P0602
FORD DONNA M
985 SW HARTFORD WAY
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
PARCEL QQ DESC OR 117/602

252 R0316200 $813.63
01-05-20-00-000-0070-0
2.50 AC OB0202P0230
DOBBS MICHAEL A
PO BOX 267
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0154
SE1/4 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4
OF SE1/4
253 R0317400 HX $155.82
10-05-20-00-000-0021-0
5.0.0 AC OB0060P0328
VARNES JANET L & LARRY JO
RR 1 BOX 410
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9712
S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4
OF NW 1/4. ALSO 50 FT
EASEMENT OVER THE E 50 FT
OF THE E1/2 OF THE SW 1/4

254 R0318300 HX $155.82
12-05-20-00-000-0030-0
2.50 AC OB0060P0173
HATHCOCK ANABEL
RR 1 BOX 475
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9043
COM NW COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/4 OF SE1/4 & RUN E650
FT S227.3 FT TO RD
WESTERLY ALONG RD 650 FT
& N133 FT TO BEG

255 R0318700 $67.40
12'05-20-00-000-0061-0
9.00 AC OB0131P0361
MARINES TIMOTHY Y & STEWAR
30 CHEROKEE CIRCLE
THOMASVILLE, GA
31757-0305
SW1/4 OF NE/14 & NW1/4 OF
SE1/4 SOUTH OF AIRLINE RD
EXC 6 A IN SE COR NW1/4
OF SE 1/4, DESC OR 109-300

256 R0319600 $88.75
13-05-20-00-000-0021-0
1.00 AC OB0193P0568
ALBRITTON MARVIN M & TAMM
PO BOX 51
RAIFORD, FL 32083
COM @ NE COR OF NE1/4 OF
SE1/40F NE1/4 & RUN
S01*28'00"E, ALNG E LN
THEREOF. 210.00 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


257 R0329100 HA $548.77
22-05-20-00-000-0050-0
15.00 AC OB0170P0013
SMITH BERT DUANE, CURTIS
RR 1 BOX 372
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE E 720 FT OF SW1/4 OF
NW1/4LYING S OF RR & N OF
SR 121; & THE E 600 FT OF
THE NW1/4 OFNW1/4 LYNG S
OR RR ROW;

258 R0329700 HX $227.62
22-05-20-00-000-0120-0
1.00 AC OB0144P0414
WORTEN MICHAEL S & GINA R
RR 1 BOX 381
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG AT AN IRON SET AT THE
SW COR OF PROPERTY DEEDED
BY PEARLTHOMAS TO MAURICE
M & ANGELINE P BRANNEN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

259 R0333300 HX $187.58
23-05-20-00-000-0250-0
1.18 AC OB0086P0557
HART LILLIE PEARL
RR 1 BOX 444
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9715
.vT

LOJ0.9-AGL ER WITH E/L OF W
1..lVOFNE. ,A4, WA &, N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

260 R0335500 $111.64
24-05-20-00-000-0030-0
20.00 AC OB0099P0621.
BANKS WM E & JOEL L ALVAR
RR 1 BOX 395-K
RAIFORD, FL 32083
N1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4

261 R0338500 $779.16
26-05-20-00-000-002B-0
5.00 AC OB0186P0458
COMBS L E WALTER JR & ROB
13957 CR 127
SANDERSON, FL 32087
COM 9 NW COR OF SEC 26
FOR POB& RUN N85*32'47"E,
ALNG N LN THEREOF 539.85
FT; S01*05'22"E287.06 FT;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

262 R0338700 $362.64
26-05-20-00-000-002D-0
5.00 AC OB0200P0272
HALLE GREGORY HARRISON
RR 1 BOX 387
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9801
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 26 &
RUN .S01*08'14"E, ALNG W
LN THEREOF1603.45 FT TO
SW COR OF PRCL DESC IN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
263 R0340900 HX $426.62
28-05-20-00-000-0040-0
5.00 AC OB0140P0073
SHORT MACK T & SUZANNE
RT 1 BOX 346
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
E1/2 OF THE NE1/4 OF
NE1/4 OF NW1/4;

265 R0355200 HX $1209.29
29-05-20-05-011-0030-0
.24 AC OB0039P0492
BRANCATI JUNE
P.O. BOX 312
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 3 BLK 11 STRICKLAND
HEIGHTS

266 R0362500 HX $157.99
30-05-20-00-000-0500-0
.81 AC
GRAHAM MILDRED L
C/O ST FRANCES BARRY
NURSING HOME
'MIAMI, FL 33016
BEG AT I/S OF
PROLONGATION OF W BDRY OF
ADAMS ST WITH N BDROF
CLEVELAND ST & RUN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

267 R0364000 HX $235.30
30-05-20-00-000-0650-0
1.49 AC OB0143P0368
BEAVINS JEROME JOSEPH
ER 3 BOX 1
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9401
COM NE COR N1/2 GOVT LOT
7, SEC 30, TH S 184.93FT
TO POB; THS 406.32FT TO N
ROW SR100, TH NW'LY ALONG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

268 R0364600 $621.36.


30-05-20-00-000-0680-0 84
.80 AC OB0168P0484
STESTON DORIS E
290 SW 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM ON R/W N OF GS&F RR
ON LAND LINE DIVIDING SEC
LOT 8 & 9 TH N 320 FT, TH
E 260 FT FOR A POB TH RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

269 R0367000 $1199.97
30-05-20-00-000-0891-0
1.82 AC 0OB0197P0364
HENLEY STEVEN & ANGELA
316 N WATER STREET
STARKE, FL 32091-3423
COMM W LINE OF GOVT LOT 7
& CLSR 238 AND RUN N 01
DEG 03 MIN37 SEC W ALONG
W LINE 286.24 FT FOR POB.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


270 R0371400 HX $761.75
30-05-20-10-003-0020-0
.63 AC OB0194P0143
CLEMONS CHARLOTTA L
180 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
S1/2 BLK 3 BEING 175 FT
ON W SIDE & 125 FT ON E
SIDE D E KNIGHTS ADDITION

271 R0374400 $1046.06
30-05-20-11-004-0011-0
.38 AC OB0172P0360
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 1 THROUGH 6, E1/3 OF
LOT 14, AND ALL OF LOTS
15-& 16, BLK 4,
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

272 R0374500 $500.54
30-05-20-11-004-0070-0
.04 AC OB0160P0114
TURKNETT JOHN
PO BOX 296
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD & COM & NW
COR LOT 7 BLK 4FOR POB,
TH E 70.12 FT, TH N 12.07
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

273 R0377500 $208.02
30-05-20-11-020-0030-0.
.11 AC OB0118P0537
TYSON WILLIAM
8761 SUNNYBOY STREET
PENSACOLA, FL 32514
LOT 3 BLOCK 20 MCKINNEYS
ADDITION ORBl118-537
274 R0378309 $699.27
30-05-20-11-023-0050-0
.22 AC
DILLARD LEOLA
POBOX 282 -
LAKE BUTLER, FL
*32054-0282
LOT 5' & 6 BLK 23
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

275 R0378600 $107.34
30-05-20-11-024-0030-0
.22 AC OB0142P0375.
JENKINS BONNIE F
120 SW 8TH PLACE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1566
LOTS 3 & 4 BLOCK 24
MCKINNEYS ADDITION

276 R0378900 $238.22
30-05-20-11-025-0010-0
.11 AC OB0090P0106
TROWELL JAMES CAPITOL C
RR 4 BOX 2538
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9609
LOT 1 & 2 BLOCK 25

277 R0379000 HX $1110.20
30-05-20-11-025-0030-0
.11 AC OB0081P0024
JENKINS JOSEPH
725 SW 1ST TER
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1554
LOTS 3 4 AND 5 BLOCK 25
MCKINNEYS ADDITION

278 R0379200 $501.61
30-05-20-11-025-0070-0
.11 AC OB0203P0168
GRAFF TRACY U III
191 SW CALAVARY PLACE
LAKE CITY, FL 32025
-LOTS 7 & .8 BLK 25
MCKINNEY ADD -

279 R0379400 HX $151.48
30-05-20-11-031-0010-0
.11 AC-
JONES OLA MAE
162 SW 8TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
.. ... 32054-1537
LOT 1 BLK 31 MCKINNEYS
ADDN.u ,..
280 R0380200 HX $968.18
30-05-20-11-032-0010-0
1,83 AC
GRIFFIN CLARENCE
PO BOX 172
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0172
BLK 32 OF MCKINNEY'S ADDN
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

281 R0380300 HX $153.65
30-05-20-11-033-0020-0
.37 AC OB0132P0639
ALEXANDER LUCY
817 SW 2ND STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THAT PORTION OF LOTS 2 3
4 5 & 6 BLK 33 MCKINNEY'S
ADD TO LAKE BUTLER; EXC
DOT ROW;

282 R0380400 HX $203.48
30-05-20-11-034-0010-0
.08 AC OB0135P0184
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0164
ALL OF BLOCK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION EXC
PART DESC IN OR 25 PAGE
445 SOLD TO A J CRAWFORD;
EXC DOT ROW;

283 R0380500 $391.81
30-05-20-11-034-0020-"0
.21 AC OB0058P0221

WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0164
COM AT NE COR OF BLK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADD FOR POB TH
RUN NW PARA WITH R/W OF
SHORT ST 143 FT TH RUN SW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

284 R0380600 HX $567.56
30-05-20-11-035-0010-0
.22 AC
HIGHLAND WM & ALBERTA
770 SE 2ND ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2206
LOTS 1&8 BLK 35 MCKINNEYS
ADD
285 R0381200 $62.34
30-05-20-11-036-0030-0
.11 AC OB0031P0047
JAMES JACOB D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
LOT 3 BLK 36 MCKINNEYS
ADDN

286 R0381400 HX $281.26
30-05-20-11-036-0050-0
.22 AC.
PAYTEE NINA MAE
850 SW 1ST TERRY
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1506
LOTS 5 & 6 BLK 36 MC
KINNEY ADD


287 R0381800 $192.12
30-05-20-11-037-0050-0
.11 AC
MARSHALL RUSSELL & LOUISE
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32601
LOTS 5 6 BLK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADD

288 R0381900 $295.04
30-05-20-11-037-0070-0
.11 AC OB0095P0430
WILLIAMS ELAINE & RUSSELL
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32601
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

289 R0382000 $700.91
30-05-20-11-037-0090-0
.11 AC

WILLIAMS JIMMY & ELAINE
885 SW 1ST TERR
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD




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Page BA UNION COUNTY TIMES May 12, 2005


30-05-20-11-037-0110-0
.11 AC OB0145P039
WEBB JAMES L & SHERRY A
860 SW 1ST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-05(
LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD DEED REFER
TO BLK 3"0
291 R0382800 $38.0
30-05-20-11-040-0070-0
.04 AC OB0148P047
GREEN JOE & MARY
PO BOX 73
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
RUBYE T ANDREWS UR CD
LOTS 7 & 8 BLOCK 40
MCKINNEYS ADDITION

292 R0382900 $462.8
30-05-20-11-040-0120-0
.05 AC OB0155P006
BROWN JUANITA
1673 S KIRKMAN RD
APT. 121
ORLANDO, FL 32811
LOT 12 BLK 40 MCKINNEYS
ADDN.

293 R0383900 HX $149.3
30-05-20-12-OOE-0060-0
.07 AC OB0146P055
ZERBA HARLAND L & FATHER
50 NW 10TH AVE #6
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 BLK E BL NEWSOM
ADDITION

294 R0385300 HX $824.5:
30-05-20-13-001-0012-0
.28 AC OB0074P0235
WILLIAMS DANIEL L & MARY
150 N LAKE AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1736
LOTS 1 & 2 EXC N 50 FT &
EXC S 70 FT ORIGINAL TOWN

296 R0396100 HX $155.82
31-05-20-00-000-0120-0
.41 AC OB0200P0065
MEADOWS BRIAN MICHAEL
140 SE 2ND AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 60 FT W OF NE COR
GOVT LOT2, TH RUN W 128
FT TH S 273 FTTH E 58 FT
TH S TO RY R/W TH E70 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

297 R0396200 HX $509.80
31-05-20-00-000-0130-0
.60 AC OB0177P0570
THOMAS J RANDY & CAROL AN
160 SE 2ND ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT PT THAT IS 270 FT
W OF NE COR LOT 3 ODOM
ADDN TH RUN W 132 FT, TH
S 200 FT, THE 132 FT, TH
N 200 FT TO POB:
298 R0401800 HX $2799.69
31-05-20-00-000-0650-0
10.00 AC OB0102P023;
WARD DAVID DEAN & VIRGIN]
PO BOX 453
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0453
NW 1/4 OF S 1/2 OF SEC
LOT 12 EXC N 60 FT FOR RD
R/W; ALSO .22 AC DESC IN
OR 102 PG 232.

299 R0403200 $459.17
31-05-20-00-000-0781-0
.30., AC OB0085P0159
MILLER PAUL MARTIN
RR 2 BOX 751-A2
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE N 140 FT OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY
COM ON E/L OF SEC 31.50
FT S OF RR RUN S 420 FT W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

300 R0405700 HX $1513.87
31-05-20-00-000-0970-0
5.78 AC OB0085P0692
HOWELL JERRY LEE & MARY K
RR 4 BOX 2332
LAKE BUTLER, FL
;32054-9802
ALL THAT PART OF N1/2 OF
N1/2 OF GOV LOT 9 LYNG N
OF CEN LN GRD RD & W OF
CEN LN DRAIN DITCH;

301 R0406100 $350.69
31-05-20-16-000-0010-0
1.22 AC OB0103P0337
HALLMARK BETTY L
C/O AVCO FINANCIAL
925-D N TEMPLE AVE
STARKE, FL 32091
E 142.5 FT LOT 1, T E
DEKLE 1ST ADDITION & E
1/2 LOT 2, & W30 FT LOT
1;

302 R0408200 $523.89
31-05-20-16-000-0150-0
.24 AC OB0056P0620
DUNAVANT JAMES CARROLL
717 NE 5TH TER
GAINESVILLE, FL
32601-4304
El/2 OF N1/2 LOT 15
DEKLES FIRST ADDITION TO
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

303 R0408400 HX $153.65
.31-05-20716-000-0152-0
.24 AC OB0056P0621
HAMM GWENDOLYN DUNAVANT
410 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1902
W112 OF N1/2 LOT 15
DEKLES FIRST ADDITION TO
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

304 R0410300 HX $182.81
31-05-20-16-000-0230-0
.35 AC OB0155P0664
RAINEY ALLAN & TERRI
362 SW 4TH ST
LAKE.BUTLER, FL
32054-9712
CHRIS HOUNT THE N 1/2
EXCEPT THE E 60 FT OF
BLOCK 23, DEKLE'S FIRST
ADDITION TO THE CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER.

305 R0410700 HX $155.82
31-05-20-16-000-0240-0
.38 AC OB0172P0456
NORCZYK JEFFERY
480 SW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLERS, FL 32054
STARTING AT COR LOT 24 AT
SW 3RD AVE & 4TH ST, GO S
110.5 FTTO POB; GO W 172
FT, TH S 98 FT TH E 172
FT N 98 FT TO POB

306 R0414600 $1241.53
31-05-20-17-000-0180-0
.49 AC oB0119P0687
WATKINS ALFRED JR & LUCIN
P 0 BOX 341.
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2135
El/2 LOT 18 DEKLES 2ND
ADD

307 R0415700 HX $149.31
31-05-20-18-007-0090-0


.50 AC OB0125P0415
TOMLINSON HENRY M & LINDA
145 SE 5TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 9, BLK 7 KINGS ADD
EXC N 15 FT OF BLK 7
308 R04i6600 $615.52
31-05-20-19-000-0041-0
.56 AC OB0097P0645
HAMM ROGER & GWENDOLYN
410 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1902,
S 90 FT OF LOT 4 ODOMS r
ADD ENSEY SURVEY, ALSO OR
97 PAGE 645;

309 R0417000 HX $1271.27
31-05-20-19-000-0091-0
.33 AC OB0157P0067
FRITZ LYN
380 SE.3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG AT POINT WHERE N


91 B'DRY OF S 90 FT OF LOT
j 10 I/S W BDRY OF SE 3 A
FOR POB TH RUN W 120 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI
03
310 R0417100 $92.
RS 31-05-20-19-000-0100-0
.37 AC OB0157P00
00 FRITZ LYN
380 SE 3RD AVE
72 LAKE BUTLER FL, FL 320
LOT 9 EXC N 100 FT
THEREOF & EXC A PARCEL
120 FT SO I NE COROF S
FT & LOT '10 ODOMS ADD

311 R0418800 HX $151.
31-05-20-20-008-0030-0
37 .23 AC OB0154P02
MALLARD CRISTAL JOYCE
S 285 SW 4TH ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
AUDIT SUBJECT 94 SW1/4
BLK 8 TOWNSENDS ADD
LAGERGREEN

312 R0418900 $676.
31-05-20-20-008-0040-0
1 .19 AC OB0147P02
ATLANTIC MORTGAGE.& INV]
3 CORPORATION
J 4348 SOUTHPOINT BLVD SUI
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32216
SE 1/4 EXC N 21 FT OF B]
8 LAGERGREEN *

315 R0422700 $1675.:
1 31-05-20-25-000-0180-0
.26 AC OB0149P014
5 ELIXSON BRAD L & JULIE A
256 SEAWOLF COURT
TALLAHASSEE, FL 32312
LOT 18 SHAWS ADD

316 R0425600 $529.7
N 32-05-20-00-000-0110-0
.27 AC 0B0180P062
2 THORNTON DONALD B
725 E LAURA ST
5 STARKE, FL 32091
905 SE 5TH ST COM AT FOB
AS DESC IN OR 27 P 166 &
RUN N 124.81 TH E 89.28
FT TH S 1/4 FT & TH W
96.20 FT TO POB

317 R0426400 $120.5
32-05-20-22-001-0011-0
.31 AC OB0166P002
JENKINS CHARLES
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
N 111.01 FT OF LOT 1 & E
49.12FT OF N/111.01 FT 0]
LOT 2, INBLK 1. J W
TOWNSEND'S ADDITIONLESS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

318 R0426800 $86.6:
32-05-20-22-001-0031-0#
9 .41 AC OB0166P001!
JENKINS CHARLES
2 PO BOX 105
I LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
N1/2 OF SW1/4 OF BLK 1
J.W TOWNSEND ADDITION
3 LEES ST ON W SIDE

3 319 R0427200 $440.66
32-05-20-22-003-0010-0
.12 AC OB0184P0198
HIGHLAND MANEKA
770 SE 2ND ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 0 NE COR OF LOT 1,
BLK 3 &RUN WEST 100 FT;
SOUTH 55 FT EAST 100 FT;
NORTH 55 FT TO BEGINNING
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

320 R0427500 HX $896.06
32-05-20-22-003-0030-0
.83 AC
JENKINS CHARLES WESLEY
PO BOX'105
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0105
LOT 3 BLK 3 J W TOWNSENDS
ADD

321 R0427600 $190.16
32-05-20-22-003-0040-0
1.11 AC OB0147P0241
DIFRANCO MARK C TRUSTEE
MERIT MORTGAGE REALTY TRU
1145 MAIN STREET, SUITE 5
SPRINGFIELD, MA 01103
COM SE COR LOT 4 BLK 3
RUN 50 FT W FOR POB
THENCE RUN W 171.5 FT OR
TO W BDRY LINE OF LOT 4
(ADI>'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

322 R0428000 HX $151.48
32-05-20-22-004-0021-0
.41 AC OB0048P0505
JONES MARZELLA W
355 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, PL
32054-2615
S1/2 LOT 2 BLK 4 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

323 R0428200 $175.06
32-05-20-22-004-0040-0
.83 AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA
1673 S KIRKMAN RD
APT. 121
ORLANDO, FL 32811
LOT 4 BLK 4 J W TOWNSEND
ADD EXC PARCEL 10 FT X 10
FT IN SE'LY COR

324 R0428500 $450.14
32-05-20-22-005-0040-0
.20 AC OB0182P0127
GRIFFIN LONNIE R
655 SE 4TH ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE SOUTH 90.00 FT OF THE
E1/2LOT 4, BLK 5, J W
TOWNSEND ADDITION AS PER
PLAT RECORDED IN PB 1, P'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

325 R0429000 HX $301.86
32-05-20-22-007-0011-0
.24- AC OB0037P0721
SLOCUM JOHN A & TAMI A
425 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
W 128 FT OF S 85 FT OF N
185 FT OF BLK 7 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD.

326 R0429700 $67.47
32-05-20-22-008-0011-0
.39 A OB00159P0426
JENKINS CHARLES W & JANEE
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
E 141.75 FT OF LOT 1 BLK
8 J W TOWNSEND'S ADDITION
NORTH OF DITCH ORB
117-506. 117-623
CORRECTIVE DEED 0R118/527

327 R0429800 HX $180.62
32-05-20-22-008-0020-0
.20 AC OB0108P0022
PREVATT SHARI
415 SE 6TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NW1/4 OF LOT 2 BLK 8 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

328 R0430000 $1406.73


32-05-20-22-008-0022-0
.30 AC OB0199P0388
BARNETT BANK OF JACKSONVI
8120 NATIONS WAY
BUILDING 100
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32256
S/W 1/4 OF LT 2 BLK 8 J W
TOWNSENDS ADDN AS DESC IN
OR 98 P 536;

329 R0430100 $220.92
32-05-20-22-008-0023-0
.20 AC OB0179P0485
MABREY ELAINE
640 SE 4TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 8 NE COR LOT 2, BLK
8, TH E 166.25 FOR POB;
TH E 85 FT, TH S 120 FT
TO DITCH, TH SW'LYALG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

330 R0430300 $1057.74
32-05-20-22-009-0030-0
Rd AC OB0197P0225


vE PRITZ DAVID M & PHYLLIS
r S PO BOX 1897
LL) HIGH SPRINGS, FL 32655
THAT PART OF LOT 3, BLK
74 9, & LOT 2 BLK 12, & A
PLATTED UN-OPENED STREET
367 LYNG BETWEEN SAID LOTS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROL
)54 331 R0431b00 $174.
32-05-20-22-014-0010-0
.83 AC OB0055P02
90 GREEN GEORGE WAYNE
RR 3 BOX 18
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
48 LOT 1, BLK 14, J W
TOWNSEND'S ADDITION TO
15 THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 8 (OR
55, P 127)

OF 332 R0432000 $243.
32-05-20-22-017-0010-0
.22 AC OB0055P04
JAMES JACOB D
13 2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
12 THE N 1/2 OF THE N 1/2 (
ES THE E 106.46 FT BLK 17
W TOWNSENADDITION
IT
333 R0432100 $1176.:
LK 32-05-20-22-017-0011-0
.22 AC OB0187P01:
MACK LAKESHA AND 'JONAS
34 810 SW 7TH AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
42 THE E 106.46 FT OF S1/2
OF THE N1/2 OF BLK 17,
J.W. TOWNSEND'S ADDITION
(ORB 187, P 133)

334 R0432200 $325.5
1 32-05-20-22-017-0012-0
.73 AC
8 THOMAS PAULINE
PO BOX 685
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-068
W 90,04 FT LOT 1, LOT 3
EXC LOT 92.5 X 140 FT BL
17, & THAT PART OF BLK 1
W OF BRANCH
JONES-BROWN-PAULINE .

1 335 R0432300 $91.0
32-05-20-22-017-0020P70
0 ,29 AC OB0094P072
BROWN JUANITA
1673 S KIRKMAN RD
APT. 121
ORLANDO, FL 32811
F THE S 1/2 OP THE NL/2 OF
W 140FT BLK 17, J W
& TOWNSEND ADDN.
) 336 R0432700 HX ,$409.4
32-05-20-22-017-0040-0
3 .22 AC OB0033P038
HUGGINS GENEVA
9 830 SE 7TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-290
THE S 1/2 OF S 1/2 OF E
106.46 FT OF BLK 17 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

337 R0432800 HX $165.7
6 32-05-20-22-017-0041-0
.22 AC OB0179P053
8 JONAS RICHMOND
825 SE 7TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-29'0
N1/2 OF S1/2 OF E106.46
FT OF BLK 17 J W TOWNSEN]
ADDITION

338 R0432900 HX $153.6
32-05-20-22-017-0043-0
S.22 AC OB0071P0153
SIRMONES FRED
835 SE 6TH PL
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-293
S1/2 OF 51/2 OF W106.46
FT OF E 212.92 FT BLK 17
J W TOWNSEND ADDITION;

339 R0433000 HX $149.31
32-05-20-22-018-0010-0
.20 AC OB0117PO29,
FULTON CURRIE L
P 0 BOX 703
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NE1/4 LOT 1 BLK 18 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

340 R0433400 $411.61
32-05-20-22-018-0021-0
.20 AC
JONAS ENOCH
P 0 BOX 623
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NW QTR LOT 2 BLK 18 J W
.TOWNSEND ADD

341 R0434000 $100.2
32-05-20-22-018-0043-0
.20 AC
JEFFERSON RUFUS
865 SE 7TH PL
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-290
El/2 OF S1/2 OF LOT 4
BLOCK 18 J. W; TOWNSENDS
ADDITION.
342 R0434700 $289.37
32-05-20-22-020-0010-0
1.73 AC' OB0032P0684
RIGGINS CURTIS & ELIZABET
3421 ST JOHNS AVE. APT 60
PALATKA, FL 32177
BLOCK 20 J W TOWNSENDS
ADD

343 R0438200 HX $752.58
03-06-20-32-000-0010-0
1.45 AC OB0191P0604
HARDIN STACY
RR 4 BOX 2289
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT A & PART LOT B.
PINETREE ESTATES (AN
UNRE'CORDED SUB1) COM@ INT
OF E LN OF SEC 3 & SWLY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

344 R0439000 HX $151.48
03-06-20-32-000-0070-0
1.65 AC OB0169P0019
SCOTT JEFFERY L
RR3 BOX 216 C
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
SI/2 LOT G PINE TREE
ESTATES AS DESC IN OR 74
P 566 ORB 119-362

345 R0439700 HX $147.14
03-06-20-32-000-0120-0
3.33 AC OB0115P0235
WINN JUANITA B
RR 4 BOX 2274
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT "L"" PINE TREE ESTATES

346 R0443100 $318.85
03-06-20-32-000-0433-0
1.00 AC OB0153P0065
BARBER RENEE JEANETTE
15380 SW 75TH AVE
STARKE, FL 32091
COM SW COR SEC 2, TH W
592.72 FT, TM N 1361.72
FT, TM E 775.03 FT. TM N
690.04 FT, TM SE'LY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


347 R0443600 $50.88
03-06-20-32-000-0461-0
5.50 AC OB0156P0542
TURNER RONNIE A & KAREN A
1005 SW 6TH ST, APT 1001
LAKE BUTLER, FL

32054-1861
LOT K DESC AS COM SW COR
SEC 2TH E 438.95 FT. TH N
358.01 FT, TH W 290.73 FT
TO POB;TH W 294.29 FT, TM
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

348 R0445900 '$192.10
06-06-20-00-006-0070-0
.34 AC OB0066P0041
VIERLING FRANK NORMAN
RR 2 BOX 217
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9623
COM AT SW COR OF N1/2 OF
S1/2 OF LOT 5 SEC 6 & RUN
E 420 FT TO POB TH CONT E


120 FT N 123 FT W 120 F
E (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROL

349 R0446100 $168.
06-06-20-00-000-0090-0
1.00 AC OB0157P00
T CHAMBERS JORDIANA CAGLE
3 RR 5 BOX 5790
L) LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-964
COM AT SW COR OF N1/2 O0
S1/2 OF LOT 5 SEC 6 & TI
61 RUN E 703 FT TO POB TH
RUN E 315 FT TH RUN N 42
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLI

350 R0446300 HX $352.7
06-06-20-00-000-0092-0
S1.00 AC OB0157P001
CHAMBERS JORDAINA CAGLE
RR 5 BOX 5790
93 LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-964
COM SW COR N1/2 OF S1/2
49 LOT 5 SEC 6, TH E 808 FT
TO POB; TH E 210 FT, TH
210 FT, TH W 210 FT, TH
210 FT TO POB
OF
J 351 R0446400 HX $1438.0
06-06-20-00-000-0100-0
1.00 AC OB0056P056
30 SANDERSON GERALD L & SUS
RR 4 BOX 2424
33 LAKE BUTLER, FL
AD 32054-960
FROM POINT OF BEG AS
DESCRIBED IN OR 26 P 742
TH RUN W 153 FT TH RUN S
284.84 FT TH RUN E 153 F'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL
352 R0446900 HX $285.6
58 06-06-20-00-000-0132-0
.50 AC OB0108P010
SANDERSON E L, G L, S A
RR 4 BOX 2427
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM 9 INT OF N LN S1/2
5 GOV LOT4, W CEN LN CO RD
231, TH W 641.37 FT, TH
,K 259.85 FT TO POB, TH S
6 (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

353 R0452100 $122.0
06-06-20-00-000-0590-0
9 1.00 AC OB0048P031
CREWS JOHN ALLAN
6 C/O PATRICK CREWS
RR 4 BOX 2452
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
1 A SQ IN NE COR OF S1/2
OF S1/2 LOT 4

354 R0452200 $228.8
06-06-20-00-000-0600-0
4' 2.00 AC OB0148P056
TAYLOR CLINTON T
7 C/O PATRICK CREWS
RT 4 BOX 2452
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM & NE COR OF S1/2 GOV
4 LOT 4 TH S 395. 39 FT, TI
W 385 FT TO POB, TH CONT
W TO E ROW SR 231 TH S30
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

355 R0452300 HX $157.9
06-06-20-00-000-0601-0
3 1.00 AC OB0050P060C
CREWS PATRICK G & DONITA
RR 4 BOX 2452
'LAKE BUTLER, FL
4 32054-960
E 210 FT OF N 1/2 OF S
D 1/2 GOVLOT 4. EXC LAND AS
DESC IN OR 17 P 522,
PUBLIC RECORDS UNION
5 (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL

3 356 R0452400 $124.21
06-06-20-00-000-06020-
1,00 AC OB0090P0565
CREWS JOHN ALLEN
7 C/O PATRICK CREWS
RR 4 BOX 2452
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE W 175 FT OF THE E 384
FT OF THE N1/2 OF THE

\ S1/2 GOVT:.LOT 4;...

357 R0457300 HX $294.97
07-06-20-67-000-0090-0
5.00 AC OB0121P0086
LEVI WALTER.E
RR 4 BOX 2782
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
1 PARCEL I DEERHAVEN

358 R0457400 HX $498.60
07-06-20-67-000-0100-0
5.00 AC OB0111P0064
MASSEY WALTER GUY
RT 4 BOX 2781
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL J
1
359 R0458000 $252.46
07-06-20-67-000-0150-0
2.30 AC OB0153P0016
FORD DONNA
NORTH FLORIDA SEPTIC TANK
5 985 SW HARTFORD WAY
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
PARCEL 0 DESC OR- 111 PG
200 DEERHAVEN SUB

360 R0460000 $58.35
07-06-20-6.7-000-0300-0
5.90 AC OB0167P0482
TAYLOR NITA S
C/O MARK TAYLOR
P 0 BOX 813
WILLERNIE, MN 55090-0813
PARCEL DD DEERHAVEN

361 R0461600 $542.38
10-06-20-00-000-0010-0
7.72 AC OB0147P0509
FAULKNER CAROLYN PER REP
4501 NW 21ST DRIVE
GAIKESVILLE, FL 32605
NE 1/4 OF NE1/4 & NW1/4
OF NE1/4 NE OF CASON
BRANCH EXC- OR 49/359
0R50/130 0R50/215
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

362 R0463500 HX $527.42
10-06-20-43-000-0070-0
10.60 AC OB0102P0370
ELLI'SON FREDRICK J & PHYL
RR 4 BOX 2170
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 7 NEW RIVER
PLANTATION AS DESC IN OR
70 PAGE 242; ALSO COM @
SW COR NW1/4 SEC 11TH N
(ADDOL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

363 R0464500 HX $151.48
10-06-20-43-000-0170-0
1.56 AC OB0121P0241
ELIXSON JOHNNY GET ALS
RR 4 BOX 2184
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PART OF LOT 17 NEW RIVER
PLAN-TATION AS DESC IN OR
87 PG 322

364 R0465200 HX $151.,48
10-06-20-43-000-0220-0
2.30 AC OB0148P0011
CRAWFORD AMELIA GAIL
RR.4 BOX 2161
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 22 NEW RIVER
PLANTATION DESC OR 111 PG


129

365 R0466200 HX $2543.11
16-06-20-00-000-0011-0
2.17 AC OB0187P0246
BEATTY DAVID & BRENDA R
RR 4 BOX 2119
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR NE1/4 OF
NE1/4, TH S 184.85 FT TO
POB; TH S 400.49 FT, TH E
241.68 FT TO W'LY ROW CR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

366 R0472900 $95.57
22-04-21-00-000-0020-0
20.00 AC OB0044P0334
ANDERSON RANDALL A
RR 1 BOX 594
LAWTEY, FL 32058-9603
S1/2.OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4

367 R0479500 HX $147.14
27-04-21-00-000-0010-0
20.00 AC


T ANDERSON RANDALL A
L) RR 1 BOX 592
LAWTEY, FL 32058-9603
52 NE1/4 OF NE1/4, EXC S1/2

73 368 R0484400 $1156.8
34-04-21-00-000-0010-0
5.00 AC
ANDERSON JUANITA GRIFFIN
41 RR 1 BOX 350
F RAIFORD; FL 320.83-9028
H E 638 FT OF NEI/4 OF
NE1/4 EXCCOM @ NE COR
20 NE1/4, TH W 165.OFT TO
L.) POB; TH S 1320.0 FT, TH I
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL;
'7
369 R0484600 HX $217.01
73 34-04-21-00-000-0012-0
5.00 AC OB0176P031:
THORNTON NATHAN W & TONYA
PO BOX 365
1 RAIFORD, FL 32083-0365
COM @ NE COR NE1/4, TH W
165.0FT TH S 22.05 FT TO
N S ROW CR S-125 & POB; TH
S S 1317.33 FT, TH W 104.64
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

6 370 R0484700 HX $166.80
34-04-21-00-000-0013-0
3 5.00 AC OB0113P0629
A ANDERSON JUANITA G
RR 1 BOX 350
RAIFORD, PL 32083-9028
5 COM 9 NE COR SEC 34, TH W
ALG N LN 430 FT TO POB,
THE'S TO S LN OF NE1/4 OF
NE1/4, TH W 66 FT, TH N
T (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
)
0 371 R0485600 $121.17
35-04-21-00-000-0040-0
5 19.00 AC OB0096P0346
GRIFFIS LESTER LOUIS
P 0 BOX 1122
GLEN ST MARY, FL
32040-1122
N 1/2 OF NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4
N EXC 1 AC DESC IN OR 35 P
420 EXC OR 87 PG,421;

372 R0485900 $765.28
3 35-04-21-00-000-0061-0
1.60 AC OB0106P0529
1 THORNTON ARTHUR L & SANDR
346 OWEN ACRES DRIVE
MACCLENNY, FL 32063
COM @ NE COF S1/2 OF S1/2
OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4 FOR
POB, TH W 210 FT, TH S
333.68 FT, TH E 21OFT; TH
N333.68 FT TO POB;
8
373 R0487100 HX $155.82
6 36-04-21-00-000-0031-0
1.50 AC OB0140P0686
THORNTON ALTON C & JERRI
RR 1 BOX 578-A
LAWTEY, FL 32058
COM SW COR NW1/4 OF NW1/4
H SEC 36, TH N 21.97FT TO
NE'LY ROW CR 125 FOR POB;
TH N 28.03 FT,TH E 210
) (ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

9 374 R0488000 HX $155.82
36-04-21-00-000-0093-0
0 1.01 AC OB0192P0417
PFALZGRAF HAZEL M
RR 1 BOX 574
LAWTEY, FL 32058-9601
7 COM INT OF S LINE OF
SW1/4 OF NW1/4 WITH W ROW
S LINE SR125TH RUN W 252 FT
TO SW COR JACKANDERSON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

375. R0488500 HX $846.28
0 02-05-21-00-000-0040-0
10.00 AC OB0077P0540
5 GRIFFIS JOHNNIE LEO & DEB
RR 1 BOX 302
RAIFORD, FL 32083
S1/2 OF W1/2 OF S1/2 OF
LOT 4

376 R0488800 $720.60
03-05-21-00-000-0010-0
73.87 AC OB0093P0608
GRIFFIS JOHNNIE L -
RR 1 BOX 302
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9025
W1/2 OF NE1/4 SEC 3 EXC
DB 14 PAGE 108

377 R0491800 $243.34.
07-05-21-00-000-0091-0
4.00 AC OB0070P05861
DOWLING DONALD
RR 1 BOX 499
RAIFORD, FL 32083
TH S 136.0 FT OF THE N
272.0 FT OF THE NW1/4 OF
THE SE1/4 LESS ROW SR
S229;

378 R0491900 HX $833.63
07-05-21-00-000-0092-0
4.00 AC OB0111P0117
WORSHAM SCOTT C & BETTY G
RR 1 BOX 499W
RAIFORD, FL 32083
THE S 136.0 FT OF THE N
408.0 FT OF THE NW1/4 OF
THE SE1/4 LESS ROW SR
S229;

379 R0493800 $90.92
07-05-21-00-000-0230-0
1.00 AC OB0041P0723
COPELAND FLORINE
C/O NATHANIEL COPELAND
14150 SONNY COPELAND LANE
SANDERSON, FL 32087-0217
COM AT NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SWI/4 SEC 7 & RUN S ON W
LINE OF SAID SEC 7 A DIET
OF 40 FT TO POB THENCE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

380 R0493900 HX $393.45
07-05-21-00-000-0240-0
35.94 AC OB0097P0435
CREWS LESLIE JR & BARBARA
P 0 BOX 537
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0537
COM AT SW COR OF NW 1/4
OF SW 1/4 TM RUN N 380 FT
TO POB TN E 210 FT TM S
696.64 FT TO N R/W OF RD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

381 R0494700 $354.61
07-05-21-00-000-0293-0
3.45 AC OB0044P0316
ROGERS WILBUR I & RITA E
PO BOX 178
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0178
COM AT I/S OF S LINE OF N
792.FT OF NW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 7 AND ROW LINE
OF SR-229 TM RUN S ON ROW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

382 R0495800 $139.58
07-05-21-00-000-0342-0
1.88 AC OB0075P0015
COPELAND NATHANIEL
14150 SONNY COPELAND LANE
SANDERSON, FL 32087-9701
E 144.45 FT OF W 667.36
FT OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4 LYNG
S OF AIRLINE SPECIAL RD;

383 R0497600 HX $293.91

1.00 AC OB0149P0413


ALVAREZ JAMES & LINDA
THORNTON CAROLYN
PO BOX 11
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0011
,COM AT SW COR OF THE
'SW1/4 OF NW1/4 & RUN
NORTH ON LAND LINE 105 FT
FOR POB THENCE RUN NORTH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
384 R0500UOU $500.12
17-05-21-00-000-0200-0
1.00 AC
RHODEN ADDIE G
RR 1 BOX 3830 4
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9039
COM SW COR OF NW1/4 OF
NW1/4 & RUN E ON LAND
LINE 336 FT & N 208 3/4
FT TO A PT 208.75 N OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

385 R0501500 $1216.40
17-05-21-00-000-0240-0
.96 AC OB0155P0509


ROGERS WILBUR W & RITA E
PO BOX 178'
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0134
COM AT NW COR OF SW 1/4
OF NW 1/4 & RUN'S ON W
39 BDRY 315.3 FTTO S BDRY OF
SR 121 TH NE ON RW 317.65
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

386 R0502100 HX $155.82
17-05-21-00-000-0290-0
.50 AC OB0043P0580
CAINE HENRY L & KELLY R
PO BOX 194
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0194
W BEG AT THE NE COR OF
) SW1/4 OF NW1/4 & RUN S
210 FT FOR POB TH RUN S
1 105 FT TH RUN W 210 FT TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

k 387 R0506100 HX $549.14
18-05-21-00-000-0030-0
1.00 AC OB0121P0283
STOUTAMIRE ALSTON R, CLAU
PO BOX 482
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM SW COR E 711 FT OF
NE1/4 OF NE1/4 SEC 18, TH
N 36.65 FTTO POB; TH N
S 19,3 FT, TH E .77 FT, TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

388 R0506400 $939.15
18-05-21-00-000-0050-0
3.42 AC OB0178P0375
GRIFFIS MARIAN F
PO BOX 34
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0034
COM NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
NE1/4 & RUN S TO N'LY
BDRY OF ROW OFACL RR, TH
SW ALONG ROW 329.0 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)h

389 R0506500 $83.87
18-05-21-00-000-0060-0
.25 AC OB0054P0523
REEVES ELCANO
PO'BOX 681
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0067
COM ON E LINE OF W1/2 OF
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 ON N LINE
OF ACL R 0 W FOR POB THEN
E/LY 135 FT ALONG ACL R 0
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

390 R0506600 HX $376.38
18-05-21-00-000-0070-0
1.27 AC OB0067P0065
KOONCE LAWRENCE W
PO BOX 731
RAIFORD, FL 32083
W1/2 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4 N
OF RY & E OF HENRY
THORNTON RD

391 R0507000 $691.79
18-05-21-00-000-0110-0
.91 AC OB0114P0604
MCCORD INGRAM
203 CHRISTIAN ST
STARKE, FL 32091
POINT OF REF INTERS NW'LY
ROW SR 121, WITH E ROW CR
229, TH N 305.47 FT TO
POB; TH N 166 FT, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

392 R0507100 HX $647.90
18-05-21-00-000-0120-0
.66 AC OB0097P0226
WEATHERHOLT ROBERT & FAIT
PO BOX 477
HWY 229
RAIFORD, PL 32083-0477
COM AT NW COR OF SE1/4 OF
NE 1/4 & RUN S 315 FT TO
POB THEN RUN E 172.21FT,
THEN S 160FT THEN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

393 R0508100 HX $155.82
18-05-21-00-000-0200-0
S.40 AC
DOBBS MICHAEL
PO BOX 267
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0267
CQO AT SE COR OF,SE1/4. OF
NW1/4 OF NE1/4 & RUN N
-43.3;:FT ON E BDRY THERE.:.F
TO N LINE OF SR S-229
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

394 R0510100 HX $251.57
18-05-21-00-000-0360-0
.38 AC OB0160P0399
MORGAN TINA MARIA THOUROT
PO BOX 298
RAIFORD, PL 32083-0298
COM AT NE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NEI/4 RUN W 720 FT ON N
LINE OF SAID FORTY THENCE
S 1 DEG E 15 FT TO S LINE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

395 R0514800 HX $291.17
18-05-21-00-000-0740-0
1.01 AC
REEVES ELCANO
PO BOX 681
RAIFORD, PL 32083-0067
THE S 2i0 FT OF N 420 FT
OF E 210 FT OF SE1/4 OF
SW1/4

396 R0516800 HX $153.65
18-05-21-00-000-0910-0
.45 AC OB0173P0305
BRYANT DANIEL
PO BOX 704
RAIFORD, PL 32083
COM 245 YDS S OF NE COR
OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4 & RUNS
35 YDS W 70 YDS N 35 YDS
& E 70 YDS TO BEG

397 R0519600 $4'0.15
18-05-21-26-002-0070-0
.09 AC OB0110P0284
VARNES NEAL & MARGIE
RR 1 BOX 344
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 7 BLK 2 RAIFORD
DEVELOPMENT SUB

398 R0523400 $339.57
19-05-21-00-000-0161-0
5.00 AC OB0113P0203
THORNTON CAROLYN K
RR 1 BOX 382-A
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9801
COM B SW COR OF NE1/4 OF
SW1/4TH N 822.64 FT TO
IRON PIPE & POB, TH CONT
N 309.00 FT TO IRON PIPE,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

399 R0523500 HX $294.50
19-05-21-00-000-0162-0
3.00 AC OB0068P0660
DANSON MARION F
PO BOX 34
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0034
COMN SW COR 'OF NE 1/4 OF
SW 1/4, TH N 1131.86 FT
TO POB. TH CONT N 163.91
FT, TM SE 880.59 FT, TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

400 R0524400 HX $846.42
19-05-21-86-000-0020-0
2.05 AC OB0198P0346
TETSTONE RAIFORD JR
RR 1 BOX 395 R
RAIFORD, FL 32083


COM 9 NW COR OF N1/2 OF
NW1/4 OF SW1/4 & RUN
SOO*10'07"W, ALNG W LN
THEREOF, 60.17 FT TOS R/W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

402 R0527900 HX $149.31
20-05-21-00-000-0190-0
1.00 AC OB0142P0478
GREEN JOYCE N & GORDON W
RR 1 BOX 383 G
RAIFORD, FL 32083
ALL THE N1/2 OF NW1/4 OF
SW 1/4 LYING E OF SR 229

03 R0529100 $419.66
30-05-21-00-000-0060-0
79.00 AC OB0198P0064
GRIFFIS CHRISTOPHER & MEL
RR 1 BOX 491
LAKE BUTLER, PL
32054-9724
N1/2 OF FOLLOWING DESC
PROP N3/4 OF NE1/4 OF
NW1/4 EXC COM AT NW COR
THEREOF & RUN S 14 CH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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LB Lodge salutes widows, others


Lake Butler Lodge no. 52 F.
& A. M. held a supper and
widow pin presentation
Monday evening May 2, in
the lodge dining room.
Approximately 50 people
enjoyed a chicken and ham
supper with many fine
covered dishes. In addition to
the widow pin presentations,
a Grand Lodge Certificate of
Appreciation was presented
to Jeanne Waters on behalf of
Ted Waters, who
unfortunately fell ill earlier in
the day. Ted Waters has been
very helpful to the continued
restoration of the Lodge
building over the years with
his donations of needed
electrical supplies. Ed
"Buster" Trimm and Joseph
O'Guin were presented their
40-year certificates of good
standing as master masons.


Odessa Taylor leads the way, with Vernel Sapp and
Geraldine Anderson following, through the covered
dishes.


Bob Andrews and Janice Alverez serve Margie Kent from the kitchen.


Helen and Steve Hutchenson with Jimmie Thornton talking to Betty Emerick and
friends.


Whitehead
welcomes new
technology
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead said
that he is looking forward to
participating in a new national
program which was unveiled
recently that will help identify
and locate missing children and
adults through the use of iris
biometric recognition
technology.
Whitehead said, "I commend
the nations Missing Children
Organization and National
Center for Missing Adults
(NMCO) for developing The
Children's Identification and
Location Database (CHILD)
project and I look forward to
participating in this effort to
protect the children and
families of Union County.
Whitehead continued "I
congratulate them on the
formal kick-off of the system
recently in Phoenix and look
forward to bringing the
technology to Union County."
The Sheriff's Office is
currently working with NMCO
to secure funding for the
CHILD Project through grant
applications and hopes to
receive the system, at no cost
to the taxpayers of Union
County, in the near future.
Whitehead explained, "The
CHILD Project is a secure
network and registry available
to law enforcement and social
service agencies across the
nation that is designed to give
authorized users access to data
that can positively identify
children in seconds. Iris
recognition biometric
technology positively,
determines the identity ofan
individual by capturing a high--


resolution digital photograph
of an individual's iris.
The technology can tell the
difference between twins or
even an individual's right and
left eye. The technology is
non-intrusive and an image of
the iris is captured by simply
'looking into the camera."
Kym Pasqualini, president
'and CEO of the Nation's
Missing Children Organization
(NMCO) said, "I am honored
to have Sheriff Whitehead's
support for this unique and
innovative program. With
Sheriff Whitehead's help, we
will fill an important gap in
our nation's ability to quickly
and positively, identify
missing children and adults."
According to U.S.
Department of Justice studies,
on average, more than 2,000
children are reported missing
every day across the nation and
there are currently more than
47,000 active missing adult
cases.
Pasqualini continued, "We
are honored that Sheriff
Whitebead has decided to
participate in this program and
are sure that his commitment
will make a difference in our
effort to reunite missing
children with their families."
,Participation is entirely
voluntary, just as it is now
with fingerprint and photo ID
card programs.
"Today marks the'official
beginning of this important
project," said Sheriff
Whitehead. "It is my hope that
over the coming years every
sheriff in the nation will have
access to one of these systems
so that can help identify, locate
and reunite missing individuals
with their families."


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Continued from p. 1A
accident. Several green
chemical cylinders lay strewn
across the scene. Smoke was
and fire were coming from the
cylinders.
Safety Systems Inc. of Live
Oak staged the entire scene.
The company has more than 30
years experience in the hazard
materials field. The company
stages mock disaster scenes all
qver the United States.
The dispatcher responded to
the call by paging' out EMS
and fire personnel. Emergency
crews responded quickly and
assessed the situation. EMS
Director Allen Parrish took
charge of the situation by
establishing a command post.
From there he was' able to
direct personnel to where they
needed to-go.
While assessing the
situation, Parrish realized that
the situation might be hazard.
"We have chemical cylinders
on the ground containing an
unknown substance at this
time," said Parrish over the
radio. "We are attempting to,
identify the substance."
Fire personnel from the Lake
Butler Fire Department
(LBVFD) entered the scene,
.from the opposite side, and
extinguished the fire. Chief
Mike Ranks carried two


set up the disaster, they had
four individuals taping it as
well. They will pull all four
together and recreate a video
for the county to analyze.
"That tape will really see what
went right and wrong on a
smaller scale," said York.
The only downside that was
discussed was the
communication side of the
exercise. Some felt that radio
traffic might have been
handled a little better. "We
need to work on that and we,
are," said York. He told the
group the county had just
purchased 10 new radios that
will"allow the county to better"
communicate with officials at
the prison.
In the future, York said he
plans to conduct drills such as
this about once every six
months. "This will help our
personnel test their skills on a
more frequent basis," said
York. "The more they use their
training, the more ready they
will be to aid the residents of
Union County."

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
jamesredmondl @yahoo.comrn

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mannequins to safety. They course
were there to represent the A course on customer
inmate and correctional officer satisfaction entitled "A Passiofi
that had been injured, for Service" is being sponsored
Because they rushed into the by the North Florida Regional
fire unaware of the hazardous Chamber of Commerce.
material personnel along with some Drury will present a program
EMS personnel were forced to that covers everything from
go through a decontamination customer satisfaction to how to
process. Each one had to go dpal with particularly difficult
through a process that customers. The course will
completely removes any trace take place in two sessions at
of contaminant from them. the Andrews Center Cultural
No agency in Union County Building at 201 W. Call St.
has the equipment for a hazard The morning session will run
materials response' so from 8:30-11:30 a.m., and the
personnel from, Bradford afternoon session will run from
County provided mutual aid. 1-4 p.m.
They brought a trailer filled For chamber members, the
with the necessary equipment course is $79 a person or $69 a
to decontaminate personnel person for five or more
and clean up a hazard materials individuals if registered by
spill. May 3. The fee jumps to $89 a
The situation also called for person of $79 for five or more
the evacuation of all three if registering after May 3. The
Union County schools. cost for nonmembers is $99
Because of wind speed and per person.
direction, it was feared a cloud For reservations, call (904)
of the chemical could 964-5278, fax (904) 964-2863,
contaminate anyone ..at",e. or .a-rn.ail ,omax'cn @ @
schools. The OEM called-for".' atlanfic.n&et. 7 7
an immediate evacuation of
three schools. Buses were
called in and children and staff mightiest
loaded on them. While this Ideas are the mightiest
literally done at Union County influence on earth. One
High School and Lake Butler great thought breathed into
Middle School, it was not done a man may regenerate him.
at Lake Butler Middle School. -William Ellery Channing
While not having the exact
numbers at press time, York
said he was pleased with the
way the evacuation went. "It
was done quickly and in a
orderly fashion," said York.
"The administration and staff
of each school should be
commended for their efforts."
In the process of dealing
with the first situation,
emergency personnel spotted a
man running across the field
with a gun in his hand. They
immediately reported the
situation to law enforcement.
They watched as the man ran
into a house on the east side of
the field.
Law enforcement responded
to the house to find, the man
had taken a woman inside the
house hostage. Sgt. Ray
Shuford was the first deputy ,to
arrive on scene. He attempted,
to communicate with the 1
suspect to find out what was
going on. "I am not coming
out, you all just go away,"
could be heard coming from

Once Shuford learned the
man inside was an escaped LII
inmate, he contacted the
Reception and Medical "Center
(RMC). They have special
team, as well as hostage
negotiators, to deal with these
types of situations. Both were
on scene within minutes of
Shuford's request.
A team took a phone to the
house and through it in, to the
suspect. By phone, the hostage
negotiator was able to talk to
the suspect. In the scenario he v s '
was able to successfully talk'
the suspect into releasing the
hostage and giving up. The ra f Ir o
entire incident, including the
accident, played out in I I..
approximately two hours.
In a meeting after the event,
York said he was extremely
pleased with the performance
of each and every emergency
worker. "The emergency
personnel in this county are
second to none, and it truly -
showed today," said York. "I
hope something like this never
happens, but if it does, I know
Union County is ready." yttel
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LBFVD Chief Mike Banks hauls a mock victim to safety.


The Bradford County Emergency Medical Services unit
brought in the hazard materials trailer to assist Union
County in training.


LEGALS

NOTICE OF ACTION
BEFORE THE BOARD OF
NURSING
IN RE: The license to practice
nursing of
Jennifer Rundell, R.N.
P.O. Box 396
Worthington Springs, Florida 32697
CASE NO.: 2004-04151
LICENSE NO.: RN 3400472
The Department of Health has filed
an Administrative Complaint against
you, a copy of which may be obtained
by contacting, Monica J. Ryan,
Assistant General Counsel,
Prosecution Services Unit, 4052 Bald
Cypress Way, Bin #C65,
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3265,
850-414-8126.
If No contact has been made by you
concerning the above by June 9,
2005, the matter of the Administrative
Complaint will be presented at an
ensuing meeting of the Board of
Nursing in an informal proceeding.
In accordance with the Americans
with Disabilities Act, persons needing
a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding should
contact the individual or agency
sending this notice not later than
seven days prior to the proceeding at
the address given on thev'notice.
Telephone: 850-414-8126,1-800-955-
8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-8770(V),
via Florida Relay Service.
5/5 4tehg. 5/26
PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
The City of Lake Butler will hold a
public hearing to discuss the closure
of platted but unopened rights of way
on property fronting on NE 5th
Avenue located in the Westem 1/2 of
the Southwest 1/4 of Section 29. The
City has received a request from
John Johns and JackIe Johns
requesting this action. The unopened
rights of way are all located on
private property owned by the
applicants..
The City Commission will conduct a
Public Hearing to hear comments in
favor of or in opposition to the
proposed closure in the Commission
Chamber of City' Hall, 200 SW 1st
St., Lake Butler, FL on May 23rd,
2005 at 5:15 p.m. or as shortly
thereafter as the item can be heard.
All comments are invited.
5/12 ltchg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR UNION
COUNTY
No. 63-03-CA-3
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
Mortgage Electronic Registration
Systems, Inc.,
PLAINTIFF,
vs.
William R. Ingersoll,
Jacqueline V. Ingersoll,'et al.;
DEFENDANTS.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant

to an Order Rescheduling
Foreclosure Sale dated May 4,2005,
and entered in civil case number 63-
03-CA-3, of the Circuit Court of the
8th Judicial Circuit in and for Union
Co.unty-,.. FLorida. ..wherein.
'M RTGA G EA G E LETRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS, INC.,
is Plaintiff and William R. Ingersoll;
Jacqueline V. Ingersoll, Unknown
persons) in possession of the
subject real property is/are
Defendantss, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at at the
Union County Courthouse, Lake
Butler, Florida, Union County,
Florida, at 11:00 a.m. on the 2nd day
of June, 2005, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment. to wit -


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THE SOUTH 264 FEET OF THE
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26,
TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 19
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID
SECTION 26, AND RUN NORTH
89 DEGREES 02 MINUTES 03
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
NORTH LINE OF SAID SECTION
26, A DISTANCE OF 1331.47 FEET
TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01
DEGREE 42 MINUTES 56
SECONDS EAST, ALONG THE
WEST LINE OF SAID
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26,
A DISTANCE OF 406.23 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF
THE HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND; THENCE RUN
NORTH 88 DEGREES 54
MINUTES 57 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 665.58 FEET TO
THE INTERSECTION WITH THE
EAST LINE OF SAID NORTHWEST
1/4 OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 01
DEGREE 41 MINUTES .41
SECONDS EAST, ALONG SAID
EAST LINE OF NORTHWEST 1/4
OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26,
A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET TO
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF
SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF--
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26;;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 88-
DEGREES 54 MINUTES 57
SECONDS WEST, ALONG THE
SOUTH LINE OF SAID-
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26,
A DISTANCE OF 665.48 FEET TO
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAID NORTHWEST 1/4 OF
NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION 26,
THENCE RUN NORTH 01:
DEGREE 42 MINUTES 56
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID-
WEST LINE OF NORTHWEST 1/4
OF NORTHEAST 1/4 OF
NORTHWEST 1/4 OF SECTION
26,A DISTANCE OF 264.02 FEET
TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
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Dated the 9th day of May, 2005.
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2005, 8a.m. to 9 a.m.
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Union County EMS Director AllenParrish directs emer-
gency crews to the locations they need to be.


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This is how the scene appeared just before emergency
A special extraction team from the Florida Department of personnel arrived on scene.
Corrections moves in to give the hostage taker a phone
to communicate with them.


Pre-K early
learning
program
available
Union County Schools
will not be providing the
voluntary Pre-Kindergarten
program during the 2005-
2006 regular school year
due to restrictions
concerning class size
reduction. However, it will
be offering the Pre-K Early
Intervention Program. This
is a continuation of the
program it currently offers.
The program's eligibility
will still be based on income
or special needs. If you have
a child who will be four-
years-old before September
1, 2005 and are interested in
enrolling in the Pre-K Early
Intervention Program, you
can call Pam Norman at
(386) 496-4833 for more
information.

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there is something healthy
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direct action.
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items
The Union County
Historical Society accepts
historical items for the
museum every Monday
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Items -can be taken to the
Townsend Building located
on SR-100 in Lake Butler.
For more information
contact Cindy North at
(386) 496-3044.


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thing profoundly and in a
thousand other things well.
-Hugh Walpole


Historical
Society will
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The Union County
Historical Society will meet
on Monday, May 23, at 7
p.m. The meeting will take
place in the Townsend
Building located on Main
St. in Lake Butler. For more
information call (386) 496-
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As I look back on the last
13 years, I think of all the
memories I have made here in
Union County. All the
wonderful people I have had the
pleasure of knowing and the
life changing experiences that I
will never forget.
Attending Union County
schools and being a part
community has enriched my
life greatly. I, as well as the
rest of the graduating class of
2005, appreciate those who
have made our education
possible. The administrators,
'the teachers and school staff
have been an integral part of
our preparation for the life
change we will embark upon.
Thank you for all the
support, guidance and love
throughout the years. Our
families are also to be
congratulated-for-a- job well
done and thanked for their
encouragement and
unconditional love given to us
up to now and into the future.
In. addition you, the
community, have been so
gracious to us and have poured
out your love through
scholarships, 'awards, hugs,
smiles and high fives.
Thank you- for all your
unending support; We would
not be where we are without
you.
To the class of 2005, I love
each and every one of you. 1
wish you the best in the future
and hope that all of your
dreams come true.


KerriCearn .j. ast


Salutatorian


I am truly honored to be the
recipient of such a
distinguished award. This great
accomplishment is the result of
motivation, inspiration and
dedication bestowed upon me
by God, -my parents, my
teachers and my friends.
Throughout my high school
years, I have learned the value
of hard work and discipline.
I have come to appreciate and
value the wisdom and
knowledge granted unto me by


my elders. This will continue
to be a memorable moment for
me, not because my grade
point average is the second
highest in our class, but
because it represents the many
hands that have had some part
in making the world light.
To God, my parents, my
teachers and friends I say thank
you for believing in me. To
the class of 2005 I would like
to say congratulations on
reaching this milestone in your
life.


Ssther 4yn }(tolmes


2005- UCWS

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Class of 2005 activitis, .awards amd accomplishments


Adam Trevor
Adkins
No information
provided.
Johnathon Darien
Alexander
No information
provided.
Lauren Renae
Allen
Clubs and officess:
Tigerette, 9-10; Pen
and Quill, 9-10;
Marching and
Concert bands, 9-10;
High-Q Team, 10;
Drama Club, 9-12;
Beta Club, 10-12;
Interact Club, 11;
Florida Junior
*Academy of Sciences,
vice president, 9-11,
president, 12; Le Chat
Noir Music Club, vice
president, 9-12. Other
honors: Voted "most
talented" senior class,
FFMC, art song and
musical theater,.
Florida Federation of
Music, Who's Who
Among American
High School Students,
winner evening gown
and talent
competition, crowned


Miss Union County
High 2005; Miss
Florida Teen USA
pageant 2004; Most
photogenic, first
runner-up Miss
.Bradford/Union
Strawberry pageant
2004; winner talent
competition, second
runner-up Miss
Olustee Festival
pageant, winner Tiger
Idol 2005.
Morgan Rand
Anderson-Davis
Clubs and officess:
FBLA, 9-12,
treasurer, 9-10,
president, 11-12; Beta
Club, 10-12; High-Q
team, 9-12, captain,
9-10; Christians in
Action, 9-11;
Fellowship of
Christian Athletes,
10-11; Interact Club,
10-11; Florida Junior
Academy of Science,
10; Gifted program,
12. Extracurricular
activities: softball, 10-
12, captain, 10-12;
marching band, 9-12,
students leader 9-11,
student leader,


woodwind captain,
12; symphonic band,
9-12, section leader,
9-12; jazz band, 11-
12;', church youth
group, 9-12, youth
leader, 9-12; youth
praise band, 9-10.
Other hon6os; softball
scholar athlete, 10-11;
softball and band
letterman, 10-12;
district honor band,
11-12; A Honor Roll,
9-12; National Honor
Roll, 9-12; Who's
Who Among
American High
School Students. -
Andrea Lauren
Andrews
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, 12; FFA,
secretary, 9 & 11,
president.
Extracurricular
activities:
cheerleader, 9-12,
captain, 10; dual
enrollment LCCC;
Livestock Judging
team, 8-12;
Parliamentary
Procedure team, 7-12;
Ag Issues team, 12;


La Chat Noir Music
Club, 8-12; volunteer
for special needs
conference, 10-12; Ag
Literacy Day,. 11-12;
Food for America,.
11-12; FFA petting
zoo, 11-12. Other
honors: Workhorse
award, 9-11;
Outstanding FFA
Senior Chapter
member,, 9; weight
gain champion steer,
12; Higher Education
Opportunity
scholarship, 12;
Bright Futures
scholarship; most
positive attitude, 11-
best attitude, 12.
Kanta Shawntell
Archie
Clubs and officess:
Black History club,
treasurer; Tiger
Tidbits, Spanish Club.
Other honors:
Freshman class
princess, Black
History Club
sweetheart, voted
"best dressed".
Amy Renee Bacon
Other honors: Take
Stock in Children


scholarship, A-B
Honor Roll.
Nathan Travis
Beasley
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12. Other
honors: First Place
FFA bass tournament,
9.
Javaris James
Belford
No information
provided.
Samuel Ray
Benton
No information
provided.
Bela V. Bhatt
No information
provided .
Michael j'acob
Blalock
No information
provided.
Franklin James
Brown
No information
provided
Jeremy Lane
Brown
Clubs and officess:
FFA, FCA, Spanish
Club. Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; Baseball,
Weightlifting. Other


honors: Who's Who
Among American
High School Students,
National Honor
Society, A Honor
Roll, 9-12; National
Mathematics award,
Science Fair Winner,
TV20 scholar athlete,
12; scholar athlete;
voted "class flirt",
Pride of the Tiger
award, 12; state
weightlifting
championship, 12.
Andrew Bennett
Cason
No information
provided.
Tiffany Danielle
Chaffin
Clubs and officess:
Drama Club.
Extracurricular
activities: Girl Scouts,
president and Daisy
leader. Other honors:
Gold Award.
Ashley Carol
Clark
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club; FFA,
treasurer.
Extracurricular
See SENIORS, p. 4A


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Johnathan Darien
Alexander


Lauren Renae Allen


Morgan Rand
Andersen- Davis


Andrea Lauren Kanta Shawntell
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Amy Renee Bacon


Samuel Ray Benton


Nathan Travis Beasley Javaris James Belford


Bela V. Bhatt


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Cason


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Tiffany D. Chaffin


Jacob Michael Blalock


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Kelly Darlene Clark


Aaron Wayne
Brian David Coffman Coleman


Kenneth Jerrod
Cooper


Katerine Lynn
Crawford


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Kelsey Raschel Croft


Michael Brandon Holly Christin
Davis Dellenger


Travis Wade Denson


Chanel N. Dupree


Michael Jacob Esford


Nikk;(lynn Feuston


Tasha Garver


Edwin Dexter Frazier Cody B. Garber
Jr.


Kerri Leann Gnann


Stephen Eugene Shanna Marie Gillen
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"&est wishes from the Union County courthouse officials"
Patsy Jones Elixson David L. Reiman Babs R. Montpetit
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Thomas Hahn Daniel Raye Hall


Travis Dale Hall


April Renea Hammock Amanda Lyn Harden


Alicia Marie Hardy


Travis Michael Harrell Doney Harris Jr.


Clint Timothy Hartley Ryan Thomas Hayes


Jermaine Devon Kevin Bernard Holton
Holmes


Matthew James Horler Jancie Oriel Horn


SENIORS
Continued from p. 1A
activities:
cheerleader, 9-12.
Other honors: First
runner-up Miss Teen
Jacksonville.
Kelly Darlene
Clark
Clubs and officess:
FBLA, Beta Club,
Interact Club,-FFA, ..
Yearbook,. Student
Government, 12,
treasurer. -
Extracurricular
activities: Softball, 9.
Brian David
Cbffman
Extracurricular
activities: Baseball,
football track.
Aaron Wayne
Coleman


Clubs and officess:
FBLA, 11; FFA, 10.
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; baseball, 9;
weightlifting, 10.
Other honors:
Clarence Brown Iron
Man Award, co-
winner; A, A-B
Honor Roll, 9-12.
Ke rod
No information
provided.
Katherine Lynn
Crawford
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, 9-12;
Drama Club, 9-12;
FFA, 6-12; SAC
committee, 12;
Science Club, 11-12;
Student Council, 12;
4-H Club. Extra
curricular activities:


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Justin Carl Howard


Marching Band, 6-12;
Bible Bowl team
member, agriculture
issues team, creed
speaking contest,
Electrification essay
contest, Food Science
team, Parliamentary
Procedure team,
Poultry Judging team,
Tool ID team,
Vegetable Judging


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Other honors: Science
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Who's Who Among
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Misty Angela Lee


SENIORS
Continued from p. 4A
American High
School Students.
Kelsey Raschel
Croft
Clubs and officess:
Interact Club; Beta
Club; FFA;
Yearbook,
photographer and
editor; Students
Government, 10-12,
representative, 10,
president, 11-12.
Other honors: Chapter
Degree, Greenhand
Degree, Who's Who
Among American
High School Students,
nominee; National
Honors Society,
nominee.
. Michael Brandon
pavis_
Clubs and officess.:
FFA, 9-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; baseball, 9-12.
Other honors:
Comeback Player of
the year, baseball;
Tiger Pride award,
baseball; scholar
athlete of the week;
vote "best looking",
12.
Holly Christin
Dellenger
Clubs and officess:
FBLA, 12; Beta club,
12; Newsletter Staff,
12; National Honors
Society, 11; student
council, 12.
Extracurricular
activities:
Cheerleader, 10-11;
track, 12. Other
honors: Honor Roll,
9-12; Parliamentary


Miles Ryan Leslie


Procedure, fifth in
state; first place
county and regional
science fair;
participant state
science fair; National
Mathematics award;
Who's Who Among
American High
School Students; Miss
Congeniality,
cheerleading, 10.
Adam Richard
Dotson ,
No information
provided.
Tasha Marie
Douglass
No information
provided.
Chanel Nicole
Dupree
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9; Drama Club,
9-11; Chorus, 9-11;
JROTC, 12.
Charonda Nicole
Edwards
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club.
Michael Jacob
Esford
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12. Other honors:
First team all state, all
area.
Nikki Lynn
Feuston
No information
provided.
Cody B. Garber
Extracurricular
activities: Basketball,
9. Other honors: A-B
Honor Roll, 11.
Tasha Garver


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David Michael Love


Clubs and officess:
F'FA. Extracurricular
a activities: Volleyball,
9-10; softball, 9-10;
S;WAT, 7-9. Other
honors: Most
i improved award,
volleyball, 10.
Stephen Eugene
(Gibson
Other honors: Eagle
Scout, 12.
Shanna Marie
I4 illen
No information
Provided.
Kerri Leann
i Gnann
Clubs and officess:
IFFA, 9-12;
SFellowship of
'Christian Athletes, 9-
11; Beta club, 10-12;
Interact Club 11-12;
Christians in Action,
11-12. Extracurricular
activities: Tigerette
Flag Team, 10;
Parliamentary
Procedure team, FFA,
national champions,
11; cheerleader, 9;
skit participant, Tiger
growl, 10; Other
honors: Best attitude,
JV cheerleading, 9;
first place science
fair, 9; Naval Science
Award, 9; Greenhand
Degree, FFA, 9; first
place poultry judging
team, FFA, 9; FFA
Scholarship Award,
9-10; first place
science fair team,
UCHS and regional,
10; Army Science


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Award, 10; Chapter
Degree, FFA, 10; first
place parliamentary
procedure team, FFA
sub-district, district,
11; first runner-up
Miss Union County
High, 11; Best theme
attire and highest
academic
achievement, Miss
Union County High,
11; Bronze medal
agricultural issues
forum, 12; second
runner-up, best
interview, highest
academic
achievement, Miss


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Megan Michele Lane
Union County High,
12; second place
UCHS and regional
science fair.
Stephanie Michele
Griffis
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12; Interact
Club, 11-12;
Environmental Club,
9; Spanish Club, 11.
Extracurricular
activities: Volleyball,
9-12, captain, 11-12;
softball, 10-12. Other


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Award, 11; Honor
Roll, 9-12; Who's
Who Among
American high
School Students, 9-
12; National Honors
Society, 9-12; Scholar
Athlete, 10.
Krystal Jean
Gunter
Clubs and officess:
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Jodie Shiree Hurst Shawntique Demitris
IJackson


Yoanna McCord
Matthew Ryan Mauga


Teila Marie McKinney Haley Alese McMinn


SENIORS
Continued from p. 5A
FFA, 9-12; National
Beta Club, 10-12;
FBLA, 11-12; Student
Government, 11-12,
vice president, 11-12;
Leadership Club, 9.
Extracurricular
activities: Tiger Roar
Radio Show, host, 12;
Relay for Life
participant, 9-12.
Other honors:
National Honor Roll,
12; Who's Who
Among American
High School Students,
9-12; Honor Roll, 9-
12; first place district
livestock judging
team, 11-12; Chapter
'Star Farmer Award,
12; FFA Scholarship
Award, 10&12; FFA
Chapter Degree, 11;
FFA Greenhand
Degree, 10; first place
Herdsman Award, 9.
Thomas Hahn
No information
provided.
Daniel Raye Hall
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 10-11; TSA, 9-
10. Other honors:
Who's Who Among
American High
School Students,
National Honor Roll,
9.
Travis Dale Hall
Clubs and officess:
TSA.
April Renea
Hammock
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Softball, 9-
10, 12. Other honors:


Honor Roll, 9-12;
Who's Who Among
American High
School Students,
National Honors
Society.
Amanda Lyn
Harden
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-11; Chorus, 9;
Drama Club, 11.
Extracurricular
activities:
Weightlifting, 10-12;
Tigerettes Flag Team,
11; Ronald McDonald
House volunteer,
Florida Council on
Crime Delinquency.
Other honors: Honor
roll 9-12; National
Honor Roll,
Alicia Marie
Hardy
Clubs and officess:
Interact Club, 12.
Travis Michael
Harrell
No information
provided.
Doney Harris Jr.
No information
provided.
Clint Timothy
Hartley
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9, 11-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Baseball, 9-
12; golf, 12. Other
honors: A-B Honor
Roll, 12.
Ryan Thomas
Hayes
No information
provided.
Esther Lynn
Holmes
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, 11-12;
Interact Club, 9, 11-
12; Future Junior


Shannon Michelle Ronald Lee
McRae McReynolds


Jarin Jaron Moorefielid
Talent Show. Other;
honors: Superior
Cadet Medal;
Academic Excellenct e
Medal; Army
Recruiter's Award;
superior ratings solo,
and ensemble, band:,
Who's Who Among
American High
School Students;
regional science fair.
Janice Oriel Hornti
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club,
9-12, secretary, 9-11,
vice president, 12;
Step Team, president t,
9-11. Extracurricular r
activities: Basketball,
10; volleyball, 9;


Edwin John Menelly II
Academy of Science,
11-12; HOSA, 11;
Black History Club,
11. Extracurricular
activities: Brian Bowl
team, captain, 11;
Marching Band, 9-10.
Other honors: A
Honror Roll, Who' s
Who Among
American High
School Students,
DARE essay winner,
National Society of
High School Scholars,
United States
Achievement
Academy.
Jermaine Devon
Holmes
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; basketball, 9-11.
Kevin Bernard
Holton
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club;
Interact Club.
Extracurricular
activities: Football;
basketball; track;
baseball. Other
honors: Iron Man
Award, honorable
mention; Shrine
Bowl.
Matthew James
Horler
Clubs and officess:
JROTC, Command
Sergeant Major,
Executive Officer,
Battalion
Commander; FBLA;
Pen and Quill.
Extracurricular
activities: Band;
High-Q team, 6-12;














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Drama Club, 9-12;
student council, class
representative, Track,
Brian Bowl team.
Other honors: A-B
Honor Roll;
volleyball award;
basketball award; first
place Brain Bowl
team; voted "most
dependable".


UNION COUNTY/
UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
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OFFICE


Jacque Breman, Dir.
Colan Coody,
4-H Prog. Asst.
Diane Wilson,
Exec. Sec.


Helping you put
knowledge to work in:
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Family, Youth and
Community Sciences
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Rebecca Nichols
Justin Carl
Howard
. Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12, sentinel, 9.
Other honors: State
Champion Tractor
Operations, FFA, 12;
Workhorse Award,
FFA, 12; Star in
Agribusiness, FFA,
2004 and 2005; State
Degree, FFA, 12;
Who's Who Among
American High
School Students, 12;
Rachel Elizabeth
Hughes
Other honors:
Bright Futures
scholarship; Silver
Award, Girl Scouts;
A Honor Roll, 9-12.
Joseph Leon
Hunter
No information- -
provided.' "'' -
Tara Tennille
Jacobs
No information
provided.
Byron Jamal
Jenkins
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club;
Interact Club; Spanish
Club. Extracurricular
activities: Football;
See SENIORS, p. 7A


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Congratulations

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accomplishments and love you very much.
God bless you In your future.
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Amanda Lynne Amanda Marie Parrish
Parrish


Corey James Reeves Paul Markey Riherd II


Stefanie Elizabeth E
Parson Emerson James Perry


Jonathon Matthew
SBonnie Lynn Ripley Rodgers


Timothy Larry Pittman


Jason Michael
Rodriguez


Kori Jo Reed


Tiffany Ann Rollins;


SENIORS
Continued from p. 6A
Track. Other honors:
voted "best dressed"
Jacquelyn Johns:
No information
provided.
Austin Lee
Johnson
No information
provided.
Elizabeth Ashley
Johnson
No information
provided.
Michael Travis
Johnson
No information
provided.
Rodney Wesley
King
No information .
provided. vo-
Heather Denise
Klein
No information
provided.
Megan Michele
Lane
No information
provided.
Whitney Danielle
Lawson
Clubs and officess:
Yearbook, editor and
ad department, 11;
CIA, 12.
Extracurricular
activities: Band, 12;
softball, 9-11. Other
honors: Voted "most
atlethic", 11; A, A-B
Honor Roll, 9-11;
Outstanding
iLeadership Award, 9-


11; voted "most
outgoing", 9; voted
"best positive
example", 9-10; voted
"best eyes", 9-11.
Misty Angela Lee
Clubs and officess:
FFA. Extracurricular
activities: Band, 9.
Other honors:
Greenhand Degree,
FFA; Chapter Degree,
FFA.
Miles Ryan Leslie
Clubs and officess:
FCA; SADD; Student
Government; Beta
Club; Yearbook; Surf
Club. Extracurricular
activities: Baseball;
football. Other
honors: Defensive
Awar 'cebIl;
I4onorabfe Mentifi,
10, baseball.
David Michael
Love
Clubs and officess:
Interact Club, project
manager; TSA,
sergeant at arms;
FBLA; Yearbook
staff, 12; Pen and
Quill; Beta club;
FCA. Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9;
basketball, 9;
baseball, 9; Tiger Idol
contestant, 12.
Matthew Ryan
Mauga
No information
provided.
William Howell
Mayo III
No information


provided.
Yoanna McCord
No information
provided.
Teila Marie
McKinney
Clubs and officess:
Interact Club 12;
Yearbook Staff, 12;
Spanish Club, 11;
FFA, 9-10. Other
honors: Homecoming
princess, 11; A-B
Honor Roll, 9.
Haley Alese
McMinn
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12.
Extracurricular


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activities: Tigerette
Dance Team, 10-12;
Pas De Chat, 11-12.
Other honors:
Greenhand Degree,
FFA; Chapter Degree,
FFA;,FBA district
superior rating, Band;
state superior rating,
Band.
Shannon Michelle
McRae
Clubs and officess:
Student Government;
class secretary, 12;
FFA; Interact Club;
Beta Club.
Extracurricular
activities: Tigerettes
Dance Team, 11;


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Other honors: Who's
Who Among
American High
School Students; A-B
Honor roll, 9-12.
Ronald Lee
McReynolds Jr.
Clubs and officess:
TSA; Spanish Club.
Extracurricular
activities:
Weightlifting; Band.
Other honors: Second
place reading, third
place writing; Spanish
competition, 12.
Edwin John
Meneelyii


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No information
provIded.
Jarin John
Moorefield
No information
provided.
Christine Nguyen
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, 11-12;
FFA, 9-12; Spanish
Club, 11; Japanese
Club, 11.
Extracurricular
activities: Tennis, 10-
12; Shands volunteer
program, Junior ,
Docent, Museum of
Natural history. Other
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Lynn C. Bishop, Commissioner
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SENIORS
Continued from p. 7A
honors: Greenhand.
Degree, FFA; Chapter
Degree, FFA; A-B
Honor Roll, 10-12.
Rebeccca Nichols
No information
provided.
Amanda Lynne
Parrish
SClubs and officess:
FFA. Other honors:
Third place, pig
record book, 12.
Amanda Marie
Parrish
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-11. Other
honors: Greenhand
Degree, FFA; Chapter
Degree, FFA; A-B
Honor Roll, 9-12; A
Honor Roll, 12;
Perfect Attendance.
Stefanie Elizabeth
Parson
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, FFA.
Extracurricular
activities:
Cheerleader, Miss
Union County High
pageant. Other
honors: Most
Improved award,
cheerleading; Miss
Congeniality, 'Miss -,.
Union County High;
A-B Honor Roll;
Hugh O'Brien Youth
Scholarship Award.
Emerson James
Perry
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club,
11; House of
Representatives, 11.
Extracurricular
activities: Football,
11; basketball, 9-12;
baseball, 10; track,
11. Other honors:
Honorable Mention,


496-1104


basketball, 11; voted
"most atlethic", 12.
Timothy Larry
Pittman
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12; TSA, 9-
'12, secretary, 9, vice
president, 11,
president, 12. Other
honors: Who's Who
Among American
High School Students,
12; Johnson and
Wales Technology
Scholarship; first
place group
documentary, history
fair, 10; third place
animal science,
science fair, 9; third
place cyberspace
pursuit, TSA state
competition, 9 & 11;
second place
cyberspace pursuit,
TSA state
competition, 10.
Kori Jo Reed
Clubs and officess:
Union County Riding
Club; High Point, 9.
Corey James
Reeves
No information
provided.
Paul Markey
Riherd II
No information
':dvitleed.",: r
.... nnie LynnI
Ripley
No information
provided.
Jonathon Matthew
Rodgers
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; weightlifting, 9-
12; baseball, 9-10;
track, 10-11. Other
honors: scholar
athlete, track, 10; first
team all state center,
football, 11-12; All-


area center.
Jason Michael
Rodriguez
Extracurricular
activities: Football.
Tiffany Ann
Rollins
No information
provided.
Abdul Hameed
Ruise
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club;
Interact Club; TSA.
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; track;
weightlifting. Other
honors: All-state
football, voted "most
dependable".
Joshua Willis Seay
Clubs and officess:
JROTC, captain,
honor guard, color
guard, drill team, rifle
team.
Twyla Christine
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Kelli Phylicia
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No information
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Oprah Franchesca
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Clubs and officess:
Black History Club;
4-h Club; Drama
Club. Extracurricular
activities: Volleyball,
11-12; softball, 9-12;
basketball, 9-12;
track, 11-12; BOCA
choir; Step Team.
Other honors: Who's
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American High


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Honor Roll;
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softball award; Bible
Bowl Team
scholarship award;
Prom Queen.
Travis Lavon
Slocum
No information
provided.
Gary Lee Smith
Clubs and officess:
Black History Club,


9-10; Spanish Club,
11. Extracurricular
activities: Basketball,"
10-12. Other honors:
A-B Honor Roll 9-11 i
All-Star nominee,
basketball, player of
the game, basketball.
Ryan Phillip
Southwell
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12. Other honors:
See SENIORS, p. 9A


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Matthew David Jessica Nicole
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Jaime Lynn Stewart


Cheerleader, 9-12, co-
captain, 10. Other
honors: Parliamentary
Procedure team fifth


Whitney Angelica Sykes


place, FBLA, 12.
Brandon Deryl
Williams


Michael Anthony
Teston

SENIORS
Continued from p. 8A
Player Team USA
Junior Global
Championship, 12;
voted "best all-
ar und"; A-B Honor
Roll.
Matthew David
Stalnaker
Clubs and officess:
FPA, 9-12.
Jessica Nicole
Starling
Clubs and officess:
FFA; FBLA; Beta
Club; FCA; Interact
Club; Junior Friends
of the Library; ROAR
newsletter staff. Other
honors: A-B Honor
Rll; Natioin4j ,onor
Rbll; Presidehtal '
Award for Physical
Fitness; second place
digital design, FBLA.
Jaime Lynn
Stewart
Clubs and officess:
Drama Club, 10-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Band;
Tiigerette Dance
Team; played
Lawanda in the
"Wizard of Oz"; teen
aegel "Grease", Mrs.
Pierce"My Fair
Lady".
!Whitney Angelica
S kes
'Clubs and officess:
Spanish Club, 11;
FFA, 10-12; Black
History Club, 10-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Softball, 9-
12; volleyball, 9-10,
12; weightlifting, 12.


D'netra Lichelle
Thomas

Michael Anthony
Teston
No information
provided.
D'Netra Lichelle
Thomas
Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-11; Black
History Club, 9-12;
HOSA, 9-12; TSA, 9-
10. Other honors:
Greenhand Degree,
FFA; Educational
Talent Search
Program; A-B Honor
Roll, 9-12.
Bryan Brinkley
Ward
Clubs and officess:
Beta Club, 9-12,
president, 12; FFA, 9-
12; Interact Club, 10;
Students-Govenment;,

President, 9. Other
honors: A Honor
Roll, 9-12; third place
livestock judging
team, FFA, 12;
captain of Relay for
Life team, Beta Club,
12; first place state
parliamentary
procedure team, FFA,
11; first place
agriculture issues
team, FFA, 11; first
place poultry judging
team, FFA 11.
Donald Ouandice
Waters
Other honors:
Signed with the
United States Army,
12.


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John Adam
Waters
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; weightlifting,
captain; baseball.
Other honors: A-B
Honor Roll, 9-12.
Sylisa Idell Waters
Clubs and officess:
Junior Friends of the
Library, treasurer,
ROAR newsletter
staff. Other honors:
National Honors
Society; National
Honor Roll: Who's
Who Among
American High
School Students; A
Honor Roll, 12; A-B
Honor Roll, 10.
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Eddie Shread
Webster
Extracurricular
activities: Football;
weightlifting.
Elnora Riggins
Webster
No information
provided.
Robert Jay
Weinstein
No information
provided
Christina Marie
Wheeler
Clubs and officess:
FBLA, 11-12; Beta
Club, 10-12; Interact
Club, 11; class
treasurer, 10; student


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John Adam Waters Sylisa Idell Waters


Brandon Deryl
Williams Crystal Lynn Williams


Eddie Sheard Webster


Loren Michelle Willis


Elnora Riggins
Webster


Robert Jay Weinstein Christina Marie
Wheeler


Taylor Scott Willis Whitney Suzanne
Worthington


SENIORS
Continued from p. 9A
. Clubs and officess:
FFA, 9-12.
Extracurricular
activities: Football, 9-
12; baseball, 9-12.
Other honors: A-B
Honor Roll, 12;
dedication award,
baseball, 11;
honorable mention,
football, 12.
Crystal Lynn
Williams
.Extracurricular
activities:
cheerleader, 12.
Loren Michelle
Willis
Clubs and officess:
Class secretary, 9-10;
4-H Club, 9;
Environmental Club,
10; Le Chat Noir
Junior Music Club, 9-
12; FFA, 9-12,
parliamentarian, 10;
reporter, 10, Vice-
President, 12; Beta
Club, 10-12;
Extracurricular
activities:
Cheerleader, 9-12,
captain, 12;
Parliamentary
Procedure team, FFA,
9-12; Forestry team,
FFA, 10-11. Other
honors: Homecoming
Court, 12; voted "best
all-round", 12; Who's
Who Among
American High
School Students, 9-
12; A Honor roll, 9-
12; Chapter Scholar
Award, FFA, 11;
Leadership Award,
FFA, 11; Scholar
Athlete Award,
cheerleading, 12.


Taylor Scott Willis
No information
provided.
Whitney Suzanne
Worthington
Clubs and officess:
FBLA; FCA; FFA;
Beta Club; Spanish
Club; Junior friends
of the Library.
Extracurricular
activities: Volleyball,
captain, 11-12; track;
Relay for Life; Red
Sands Mission trip.
Other honors: Who's
Who Among
American High
School Students;
National Honors
Society; Honor roll;
voted "most popular";
Homecoming Queen,
12.
Casey Wring
Clubs and officess:
FBLA, 11-12; Tiger
Tidbits, 11. Other
honors: A-B Honor
Roll, 9-12.
2005 UCHS
graduates not
pictured: Adam
Richard Dotson,
Tasha Marie
Douglas, Charonda
Nicole Edwards,
Dontral Devon
Goolsby, David
Jedidiah Harden,
Esther Lynn
Holmes, Austin Lee
Johnson, Micahel
Travis Johnson,
Heather Denise
Klein, William
Howell Mayo IH and
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News from Bradford County, Union-County and the Lake Region area


Kim Morgan receives Betty Warren scholarship


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Starke resident, and Santa Fe
Community College student.
Kim Morgan was officially
recognized as the first recipient
of the Bett, Warren Memorial
Scholarship at a MaN 2 meeting
of the Colonel Samuel Elbert
Chapter. National Societ.
Daughters of the American
Revolution
Morganr, ~ ho is pursuing a
nursing degree, has a 4 (0 grade-
point average after taking 36
credit hour_
' "EBen more commendable.
lMrs Morgan is a nontraditional
student. entering Santa Fe after
raising her family to pursue her
lifelong dream," said Burne,
Winkler. scholarship chair.
"The local DAR chapter -is--
proud to contribute to her
already-impressive record and
determination in the name of
one of our late members-Bett
Warren
'Mrs Morgan certain.
exemplifies a desert ing student
and an in% estment in hope."
Morgan told DAR members.
as %\ell as members of Warren's
famil.. who were also present.
she graduated from Bradford
High School in 1977-the same
\ear she married her husband.
Ralph. The couple has tw\o
daughters-Renee and Jennifer.
"When they were grow ing
up. I wanted to be home with
them." Morgan said. "That %as
my choice and my husband's
choice. After they grew up and
moved out. I decided to pursue
that lifelong dream of getting an
education. At 45. 1 enrolled at
Santa Fe."
Morgan admitted she was
intimidated b\ returning to
school after a 27-year absence.


yet she seems to have settled in
nicely.
"I did pretty good," she said.
"I'm still here and I'm still at
l it."


Winkler spent some time
talking about Warren prior to
the scholarship presentation.
She told of how Warren, one of
six girls in her family, was born


in rural West Viriginia and
grew up during the Great
Depression.
"She attended the University
-of. West Virginia.-for,. a.rshot


time, but soon left to join the
wartime workforce with the
Federal Bureau of Investigation
in Washington D.C.," Winkler
said. "She never returned to


college, but always cherished
and valued lifelong learning.
"This scholarship is a fitting

See MORGAN, p1"5B


BHS chorus
program-will
host concert
May 12
The Bradford High School
chorus program w ill be hosting
a concert on Thursday, Ma\ 12.
at 8 p.m. in the school's
auditorium.
The school's concert chorus.
women's chorus and men's
chorus %will be performing, as
well as selected soloists.
Admission is $4. with
children 12 and under admitted
free if accompanied bN an adult.


4-H youth

take part in

'deployment'

More than 40 youth from skx
north Florida counties
converged on Camp Blanding
and participated in a mock
military deployment through a
nationwide collaborative 4-H
program called Operation:
Military Kids tOMK)
Two Bradford Counts youth,
Abigail Crawford and Justin
Martin., ere among those
"deployed." Bradford Counts
cooperativee extension staff and
4-H club youth are reaching out
to military youth in the 4-H
initiative providing support and
educational programs to benefit
youth and families of military
personnel while at the same
time educating 4-H youth and
their community on the impact
the deployment cycle can have
on military kids and their
families.
OMK's three major
components promote and build
community support, provide
educational- programs and
initiate military training culture.
When members of the
National Guard, Army Reserves
and Accessions Commands are
deployed for extended and often
dangerous assignments, their
children suddenly become
different. Now they are
"military kids." They look the
same to teachers, friends and
the rest of the community, but
their lives are turned upside
down. Many of their usual
support systems may no longer
be adequate.
Until deployment, these
"civilian" families have little or
no experience dealing with the
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Lake Butler to be site of new Butler Townhomes


By JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
'A new development coming
to Lake Butler will add 28 new
homes to the area.
Butler Townhomes will
consist of four buildings with
six units and two buildings
with two units. Each building
will have .its own name. The
homes are the vision of
developers Maggi Dukes-
Wetzel, Elizabeth "Betty"
Athnasakos and Paolo
Salvador.
The site for the homes is
located on the corner of S.E.
Eighth Avenue and Second-
Street. It 'is located near
Eastside Park and the future
home of the Union County
Public Library. Other
businesses such as Lake Butler
Hospital and Community State
Bank are within walking
distance as well.
When asked why the trio
chose Lake Butler, Wetzel said
because of the need for
housing. "There's been a need
for housing for the past thirty
years," said Wetzel. She said
her family being native to the
area made Lake Butler an ideal
location as well.
"All my children live in the
area," said Wetzel. Her son
Bruce Dukes is a land surveyor
in the' area. Daniel Dukes is a
surveyor and land developer in
the area as well. Her daughter
Gina Gay works at the Florida
Department of Corrections
Reception and Medical Center
in Lake Butler. Her
grandchildren Courtnee,
Hardin, Aaron, Mason,
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Wetzel, Elizabeth "Betty" Athnasakos and Paolo
Salvador break ground on the new development.


Morgan, Austin and Braxton
Dukes all live in the area as
well.
Buyers" will have the choice
of either .two-bedroom two-
and-orie half-bath residence or
a three bedroom two-and-one
half bath. The homes will have
many amenities like walk in
closets, ceiling fans and will
come ready for cable
television. Kitchens will come


complete with dishwasher., a
garbage disposal and walk in
pantry.
-Each home will have its own
washer and dryer. A swimming
pool will let residents cool off.
on a hot summer day. Rather,
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development has already taken
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begin in July. While
developing the property, the
trio made sure residents would
have a buffer to help keep
noise to a minimum. "We left a
20-foot buffer of trees around
the.entire property to help with
noise," said Wetzel. "Two
people looking for the
development have told me they
did not see anything going on
and that's what we wanted."
Both Wetzel and Salvador
have been on-site during the
land- clearing process. "We-
made sure they'did not remove
any unnecessary trees, said
Wetzel. "We tried to maintain
the privacy in the area.' 'Along
with the: tree buffer, the
community will by surrounded
be a fence as well.
The buildings will be brick
and hardiboard construction.
Metal roofs will grace the top
of each. "The roofs will be like
Sthe one on the new city hall
building," said Wetzel.,
Wetzel emphazied, that each
home will be owned rather
than leased. "The residents of
these townhomes will own
them outright," said Wetzel..
The homes will start at
$125,000.
The developers have been
friends many years arid
deciding to go into -business
together was an easy decision.


"I'm here because of Maggi,"
said Salvador. Both Salvador
and Athnasakos are prominent
figures in their communities.
Salvador is an import and
export dealer of fine jewelry in
Ft. Lauderdale. He travels all
over the world in- search of
precious gems. "I go to Italy
on a regular basis," said
Salvador. .'I travel to Nev
York as well."
He has a passion for
preparing good foods. He
enjoys cooking "cicheti"(little
snacks). They come from the
Venetian region of Italy. They
are very popular in the pubs in
and around the Venetian area
of Italy.
With a master's degree in
' mechanical engineering,
Salvador was the ideal choice
for site manager for the
project. He will live in Lake-
Butler during the construction
phase of the project.
Athanasakos is an attorney
in Ft. Lauderdale. She has been
a resident of Broward County
for more than 35 years. In


,March 1992, she was inducted
into the Broward County
Women's Hall of Fame. Hers
was one of the first ten placed
in the hall when it was opened.
While in Broward County,
she has served as an attorney,
judge and political candidate.
She was the first female judge
in the county. She has also
been a strong supporter of the
women's movement in the
county. She has served as
member of the Task Force on
Women's Rights and
Responsibilities.. She was
appointed to that position by
President Richard Nixon in'
1969. --
From 1972-1976 she chaired
the Secretary-'s- Advisory
Committee onr the Rights and
'Responsibil.ities of Women for
the Department of Health. She
was also a member of the'
National Commission on the
Observance of International
Women's Year from 1975-
1978. She has served on a
delegation with the United
Nations as well.




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Hlampton man
charged
in theft
A 23-year-old Hampton man
was charged with interfering
with an investigation into the
theft of a four-wheeler.
Reynaldo Aviles, 23 of
Hampton was arrested May 5
by Bradford Sgt. M.L.
McKenzie for accessory to
grand theft. During questioning
concerning the theft of a four-
wheeler on April 1 in the
Hampton area, Aviles denied
any knowledge, Sgt.
McKenzie. Further
investigation revealed that
Aviles had knowledge of the
theft and was placed under
arrest for his involvement.
The vehicle was recovered
near the place of the theft. The
two individuals who actually
stole the four-wheeler were
charged by sworn complaint
with the theft, Sgt. McKenzie
said.
Bond on the charge was set
at $10,000. Aviles remains in
custody.

Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following. individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights .area) or Union
County:
Michael Joseph Case, 25, of
Starke was arrested May 5 by
Bradford Deputy Robert L.
Lyons for aggravated child
abuse. Case is charged with
striking the victim in the face
during a verbal altercation over
a dog, Deputy Lyons said. The
victim .suffered two broken
bones and lost a tooth, Deputy
Lyons said. A $30,000 surety
bond .was posted for his release
from custody.
Brenda Green Robert, 56,, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 7 by Clay Deputy Herb
Pittman for battery. The victim
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opportunity she passed Robert,
Deputy Pittman said. Robert
then followed the victim,
pulling into a parking lot
where she started screaming and
shoving the victim, Deputy
Pittman said. Robert was
arrested and transported to the
Clay County Jail.
Daffaney Blount, 33, of
Lake Butler was arrested May 5
by Union Deputy Ken Smith
for battery. Blount is charged
with hitting the victim during
an argument, Deputy Smith
said.
Ann Thompson, 42, of St.
Augustine was arrested May 5
by Starke Officer Danny Brown
for possession of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. During a traffic
stop the officer found 25 grams
of marijuana and a set of
hanging scales in the vehicle,
* Officer Brown said. Bond was
,set at $20,000.
Joseph Thornton, 34, of
Starke was arrested May 4 by
Starke Officer Paul King for
battery. Thornton is charged
with throwing the Victim,
during an. argument. The
victim suffered a dislocated
shoulder and nose bleed, Officer
King said. Bond was set at
$5,000.
Lelia Cohen, 46, of Starke
was arrested May 4 by Deputy
Lyons for aggravated elderly
abuse. Cohen is charged with
pushing the victim causing
some injury, Deputy Lyons
said. Bond wa set at $30,00T
Keith Barnes, 28, of Starke
was arrested May 6 by Starke
Officer. Swairi for assault and
disorderly conduct. Barnes is
charged with threatening to
hurt the victim. He was
causing a disturbance at the
Huddle HoUse, Officer Swain
said. A $2,000 surety bond was
posted for his release from
custody.
Shaideria Gicara Watkins,
18, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 5 by Deputy Smith for
.petit theft. .Watkins was seen
on the store security camera as
she placed merchandise in her
bag. When confronted she


attempted to leave IGA with
cooked ribs and personal items,
Deputy Smith said. Value of
the shoplifted items was
$14.72.
Ronald Timmons, 38, of
Lake City was arrested May 4
by Starke Officer Matthew
Watson for failure to sign
summons. A $500 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody..
William Fletcher, 25, of
Starke was arrested May 2 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph Jones
for violation of probation,
possession of cocaine. He was
released on his own
recognizance.
Tariano Perry, 21, of Starke
was arrested May 3 by Deputy
Jones for felony battery. Bond
was set at $25,000.
Jesse Fowler, 20, of Starke
was arrested May 3 by Bradford
Deputy E.J. Kiser for
worthless checks. Fowler was
transported to to Alachua
County.
Willie McGill, 41, of
Jacksonville was arrested May
3 by Sgt. Kiser for violation of
probation sale of controlled
substance.
Shirone K. Bonnette, 25, of
Ghinesville was arrested May 5
by Union Lt. H.M. Tomlinson
on a warrant for grand theft
vehicle. Bond was set at
$10,000.
Christopher Stewart, 23, of
Graham was arrested May 4 by
Bradford Deputy Lee Garnto for
violation of probation
aggravated battery with a deadly
weapon.
Latonya Jones. 26, of
Macclenny was arrested May 4
by Deputy Jones for failure to
appear -violation of probation
aggravated child abuse. Bond
was set at $10,000. Jones was
released on her own
recognizance by Judge David
Glant.
Belvin McNeal, 50, of
Lawtey was arrested May 5 by
Bradford Sgt. George Konkel
for violation of probation
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his own recognizance by Judge
Glant.
Jerod Mallory, 24, of
Sanderson was arrested in
Seminole County on a Bradford
warrant for violation of
probation grand theft.
Angela Sweat, 38, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 5 by
Bradford Deputy David Young
for fraud from Clay County.
She was released from custody
after a $252 surety bond was
posted.
Troy Kearse, 18, of Starke
was arrested May 6 by Bradford
Deputy Bridges failure to.
appear violation of probation
burglary, of structure (four
counts).
Crystal Faye Aycock, 44,, of
Starke was arrested May 6 by
Starke Officer Thomas Murrow
on a warrant from, Union
County for failure to appear
worthless checks. Bond was set
at $2,500.
Brandy N. Manning, 22, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
May' 6 by Starke Officer
Stephen Murphy on a warrant
from Columbia County for
violation of probation grand
theft. Bond was set at $5,000.
Johashis Evans, 18, of Glen
St. Mary wa arrested May 6 by
Officer Murphy on a warrant
from Columbia County for
violation of probation grand
theft. Bond was set at $5,000.
Kimberly Callan, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 3 by
parole officers for violation of
probation felony battery. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for her release from custody.
Gary Owens, 29, of Starke
was arrested May 6 by Deputy
Jones for failure to appear
domestic battery. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release.,
Kevin Rowland, 22,. of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 3 by Sgt. Konkel for
violation of probation.
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surety bond was posted for his
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James Lawrence, 23, of
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Bradford Deputy Brian Waldorf
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Traffic
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Jeff Ruise, 38, of Starke
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operating vehicle not registered
and failure to appear DWLS.
Total bond was set at $10,000.
Herbert Albert Vansyckel,
49, of Starke was arrested May
7 by Starke Officer J.W.
Hooper for DWLS. with
knowledge and leaving gthe
scene without. givin
information more than $50 in
damage. The 8:22 p.m. crash at
Call and Water streets involved
$5,000 in damage, Officer
Hooper said. There were no
reported injuries. Bond was set
at $2,000.
Robert Campbell, 54, of
.Keystone Height's was arrested
May 4 by Officer King for
DWLS and on a warrant from
Clay County for contempt of
court. Bond was set at $2,500.
Michael Wilkerson, 27, of.
Starke was arrested May 3 by
Sgt. Konkel for failure to
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Thursday, May 12, 2005 Page 4B fearful of
airpark


The Bradford
Ecumenical
Ministry,
perhaps better .
known .as The
Food Pantry,
enjoy y s
widespread
support by
individuals,
churches,
civic clubs, .
businesses
and others in
Starke and
Bradford'
County for its i
distribution
of food for
Sindigents. .:.
At a- time
and in a nation
enjoying a high
degree of prosperity, it is unfortunate
'that some people are down on their
luck and need a helping hand to get
back on their feet, but that is the
situation here and elsewhere. The Food
Pantry fulfills its mission to provide
food for individuals and families
during short-term emergency
situations. It is charity worthy of
support by everyone in the county,
including the giving of time in
volunteer service, staple foods and
cash money.
The opportunity to give money to
charities in far away places with
questionable ..names is ever-present.
'Send them a check and you'll never
again want for mail, but neither will
you ever know to whom the money
went, nor for what purpose. The Food
Pantry pays neither rent nor salaries,
and the food purchased with local
dollars is distributed to Bradford
County residents, with the exception of
" people living near Kingsley Lake. A
few people living in that area are
provided for b% the Bradford facility.
The building in which the Food
Pantry operates was a gift to Bradford
County by Joseph* G. and Clarisa
Thomas Wood (deceased) some 15
years ago and is'located at 321
Andrews St. on the west side of U.S.
301. The gift of the house and lot has
'served well the purpose for which it
was given. Staffed with volunteer
workers, the pantry is open four days a
week, Monday through Thursday, from
1 to 4 p.m.
Administrators would also like to
open the facility to its. patrons on
Friday if volunteers will come
forward to lend a helping hand.
The pantry gets its food from two
primary sources, the Lutheran Social.
Services Food Bank (LSS) in
Jacksonville and the U.S. Department
of Agriculture. The Lutheran Church
operates food banks nationwide,


Food Pantry a worthy cause


Administration,
warehousing and
labor, LSS
w charges 18 cents
per pound across
the board. LSS
also distributes
food from the
Department of
Agriculture, but
since this is a
governmental
commodity,
program, there
is no charge
for food
pro prd Uipa t, s
obtained from-
that source. Volunteers, driving their
own trucks, transport the food from the
warehouse in Jdcksonville to Starke.
without cost to the pantry.
The Food Pantry workers serve 8-10
patrons each day, providing each with a
ration of food. Applicants are allowed
to draw food three times, in each six-
months period. Since it opened its,
doors, it has distributed food iteris to -
more than 52,000 persons, ha"f of
which ,were children. Food packages
have been given to 6,069 people thus
far in 2005.
Food Coordinator Arley McRae'says
a decided increase in applicants for
food was seen following the
destruction of -the World Trade
Building, Sept. 11', 2001.
The Food Pantry was organized in,
the spring of 1989 by the ministers of
the several mainline churches in Starke
and continues to receive the support of
the churches. One or two churches
have their own food distribution
-pr.ogramrnsan do not participate-in.the..=
cooperative. The program has brought""
the' churches together in a common
endeavor, a byproduct of the
association that benefits the
community.
The pantry is governed by an elected
board of directors that meets
bimonthly, or more frequently, if need
arises. Current officers are the Rev.
Dennis O'Neill, president, the Rev. ,
Bill Nicol, vice president, Linda Hess,
treasurer, the Rev. Gary Hardesty,
secretary. Applean Brown, coordinator,
and Arley McRae, food coordinator.
The Food Pantry is a hometown,
grass-roots organization that needs and
merits the support of all Bradford
residents. Call Applean Brown, (904)
964-7955 and volunteer to do your part
in a worthy cause. You will sleep better
at night. Guaranteed.
By Buster Rahn, Editorial Writer


expansion
Dear Editor:
In his article of March 31,
"Keystone Airpark: Albatross
or Asset?" James Williams
says that "late arrivals" around
the airport now "grumble"
about what are legitimate
concerns.
My family has had a place
on Crystal Lake since 1956
where my wife and I are raising
our two young children. I hope
to pass' it on one day in the
same or better condition than I
received it. That is wjhy. I am
concerned' about activities at
the airport, particularly the
planned 297 acre industrial
park, which I believe is:a
serious threat to our lakes and
drinking water.
As many people know, the
Keystone area is uniquely
important to recharging the
Floridan aquifer due to its
geology, altitude, etc. The St.,
Johns River Water
Management District also
maps quantity 'of recharge, in
increments of 4 inches with 12
inches or more per year being
the highest rate mapped. This
information is contained in
Technical Report SJ93-5 and is
provided to all county planning
offices in order for them to
inventory these important areas
for planning purposes. Policy
3.1 in the Conservation
Element of Clay 'County's
Comprehensive Plan defines an
area of "high recharge" as an
area designated by the water
management district as
recharging 8 inches or more per
year and states that certain
restrictions apply. Among
these restrictions are that no
more than 15 percent or, under
certain circumstances, 30
percent of total lot area have
impervious surfaces. Keystone
has many areas that meet the
county's definition of "high,
recharge" but the only location
mapped at the highest rate of
12 inches or more per year is
in and around the airport where
this industrial park would be.
Other restrictions, according,
to the comprehensiy,vaplan,.are.,,
prohibited land, usages.
According to staff at the North
Central Florida Regional


Melrose plans
June festival
Melrose joins in the Yulee
Days celebration with its own
festival on Saturday. June 4,
-known as the Melrose
Connection-Yulee Railroad
Days.
Yes, in the history of
Melrose, there was a rail line
from Green Cove Springs to
.Melrose and another one from
Melrose to Orange Heights.
However, the connection being
celebrated predates those.
The Melrose founding fathers
were farsighted in their plans to
develop this area into a vibrant
community. Starting in 1879,
they founded a company which
dredged a canal from Little
Lake Santa Fe to Lake Alto;
and from there into Waldo.
jUpon completion, Melrose was
a lake port for many years. The
docks were in the vicinity of
Bayview which is on Melrose
Bay at the foot of Quail Street.
This provided transportation
to ship their citrus production to
northern markets ,and bring
tourists to Melrose. rn'
What's a festival without food
and entertainment? There'll be
plenty of both, plus all the area
restaurants will be serving, too.
Among the events will be a
fund-raising barbecue in
Melrose Heritage Park on S.R.


26, two boat tours across Lake
Santa Fe to the mouth of the
canal by reservation, boat tours
around Melrose Bay, -i..tour of
historic buildings and the
historic district to view the
many homes built during
Melrose's golden, age, music,
railroad exhibits at the Home
Makers' Club and many more
exhibits at Melrose Bay Park
with things of interest for all
ages.
Come join the fun and learn a
bit more about what makes
Melrose special.
For further information.
contact Walton Smith at (352)
475-9500 or e-mail
mbcafl@juno.com.

Habitat for
Humanity is
seeking
applications
The Bradford County Habitat
for Humanity affiliate is
'accepting applications for its
sixth house between mid-May
.and mid-June, with a workshop
onThursday, June 2.
Applications may be picked
up at the First Presbyterian
Church, across from the
hospital in Starke, any
weekday between 9 a.m. and 3


p.m.
Applicants are encouraged to
fill out the applications as
completely as possible arid,
bring it to the workshop.
There will be volunteers 'at
the workshop to assist in
completing the applications
and answering any questions
the applicant may have. .
The phone number for First
Presbyterian Church is 964-
7937. For any questions before
the workshop, contact Arley
McRae at 964-2459 or Teresa
Smith at 964-6562.
Present plans are to start
building the sixth house in the
fall of 2005 and complete in
early 2006.


YES
employers
wanted,
Youth. Employment Start, or
the YES program, is looking
for employers who are
interested in helping Bradfor.d
County youth by hiring and
mentoring them for their first
employment experience. ,
During ,their work
experience, students will have
a chance to, learn from you by
experiencing a true work
environment. You will be
giving the youth of Bradford


County the opportunity to
enhance their work ethic and
improve their self-image.
I YES provides the following
services:
Paid and unpaid work
experiences.
Tutoring and study skills.
Dropout prevention.
Summer employment
opportunities.
Occupational and
employability skills training.
Mentoring services.
Supportive services.
Follow-up services.
For more information, call
Tammy Lux at Bradford One
Stop, (904) 964-8092, ext. 101,
or Judy Dukes at Communities;
in Schools, (904) 966-7615.


Get CPR
certified
A CPR certification class
will take place in the club
house of the Starke Golf and
Country Club on Tuesday,
May 24, from 2-5 'p.m. The
cost of the class is $30 and
anyone interested should
register prior to the class.date
by calling the North Florida
Regional Chamber of
Commerce at (904) 964-5278.


Hospice
training
offered in
May
A 12-hour course in patient
and family volunteer training
for Hospice of North Central
Florida will take place over
three days in Starke, May 16,
17 and 19, from 1-5 pm. The
training will be offered at St.
Marks Episcopal Churph at'
212 N. Church St. by"
Instructors Betty Zowarka and
Cathy Nix.
Volunteers are also needed
for Hospice Attic Upscale
Resale stores. A one-hour
training program will be
offered on May 16 at 1 p.m.,
also at St. Marks Episcopal
Church;
Hospice of North Central
Florida is about comfort,
compassion and dignity..
Hospice offers physical,
emotional and spiritual support
to patients and families facing
,a life-threatening \ illness
regardless of who they are or
their ability to pay..
A volunteer adds an
important dimension to 'the
care offered by
Hospice-providing friend-
ship, support and
companionship to people


during a special time of life.
Proceeds from Hospice Attic
stores stay in the community to
help patients and families gain
access to end-of-life care and
other services that otherwise
would not be available.
For more information or to
register for either program, call
Monica Kypreos at (352) 378-
2121, ext. 5205, or toll free at
(800) 727-1889.


School board
in session
June 13
The Bradford County School
District holds its regular
meeting on the second Monday
of each month, and the next
meeting is scheduled for May
13 at 5 p.m. in the boardroom
at the district offices, 501 W.
Washington St.
The meetings are open to the
public, ,and an agenda is
available in advance in the
office of the receptionist. For
more information, call (904)
966-6800.


To his dog, every man is
Napoleon, hence the
popularity of dogs.
-Aldous Huxley


Planning Council, which
would eventually review the
Airpark Authority's plan, the
airport's master plan is vaguely
written and would allow
usage's that are anything but
the clean, light industry they
say they want. Therefore, in
spite of what Airport Authority
members say, there are
environmental issues here.
Renaming 'it a business park or
anything else is deceptive. My
concern is that, five to 10 years
from now, when the authority
is tasked with filling an empty
"business park", they will lease
to whomever they are legally
allowed to. The authority will
not be able to develop any
"business park" without paving
more than 30 percent Of the
area and violating other
sections of both counties'
comprehensive plans. Also,.
how many wells would a fully
leased "business park" have
potentially siphoning off water
that would otherwise go to the
lakes downhill? Yes, airports
are typical sites for industrial
parks. However, to any
impartial person, the evidence
shows that this 297 acres is
vital to our area lakes and-
arguably as important to our
drinking nater as any 297 acres
in the state of Florida. It
should not be paved.
Eric Piper
Crystal Lake

It's better to
separate
church and
state
Dear Editor:
Today as the older people
expire very few young people
pick up their religion. As a
result churches try to put
religion in/the public school
system.. There is .also a vast
increase in atheism. Today
there are 45 million atheists in
America alone and the number
grows at 5,000 people per
week.
Many religious leaders and
churches are trying to put
religious messages on public
buildings and next to roads. As
soon as they do this ,they are
sued for violating the
constitution. In other words,
,rejjgjqn belongs in churches.
Years ago millions left
Europe to flee one church alone
and settled here in the new


McKlbben
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Right Worshipful Ted Barber,
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will be permanently
Inscribed on the
membership roll of Pine Hill
Lodge no. 9, In Brooker. In
keeping with the family
tradition, Brother
McKibben's son and son-In-
law are both members of
Pine Hill Lodge.


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It is better to separate church
and state.
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Starke

Two Alligator
Creeks
In response to May 5
Editorial by Buster Rahn.
Everyone should be aware
that there are two different
Alligator Creeks.
Alligator Creek "West"
originates in Eastern Bradford
County, in the Santa Fe basin
and meanders west-southwest
through Starke and beyond.
Dupont mineral mining
process at Treet Road does
continue to process treated
water released to Alligator
Creek West.
According to spokesmen at
Dupont this water is 80 percent
storm water (rainfall) and 20
percent pumped -water. It is
only this pumped water -
from Clay County _- that is
being used by Dupont in their
use of recycled water. A
controlled, -release could help
control flooding in' areas so
affected by" excess, water'
through Alligator Creek West.
Now, Alligator Creek
"South, which is completely in
Cla. County: originates south
of the southwest quadrant area.
south of the berm around the
old mined area. It flows south
through Bide Pond, then
through Lowry Lake, then
Magnolia Lake and then to
Lake Brooklyn.
Both the SW quadrant anr
NW quadrant areas are areas
that were mined before thp
"Reclamation Act" and wer
'not restored to their original
state. They both serve as water
reservoirs and whatever the
source of water will flowt
naturally from this higher
elevation of Trail Ridge. ea.t
in the Black Creek basin. est
in the Santa Fe basin and south
in the upper Etonia basin.
We are blessed with a
wonderful area of lakes. Moat
problems with the natural
system of water distribution
have been "man made." Som
have been corrected and others
are in the "process of being
corrected.
"If it ain't broke don't fix
it."
'TMi K. Campbel
B ." President.
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May 12, 2005 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION Page 5C


Area football teams take to the fields once again


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Since spring football practice
began on May 2, the coaches at
Bradford, Keystone Heights and
Union County have all been
looking for the same
-thing-players to plug into
openings along the offensive
line.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson talked of his
situation, in which he will have
to replace three starters on the
,:line (including second-team all-
state selection Rusty Riviere) as
:well as tight end Caleb
.:Whitfield (a second-team all-
state selection).
"That's really the big focal
,point of the spring-finding out
who can play there," Dickinson
,said.
.: Union County head coach
.Buddy Nobles must replace
three linemen as well, including
first-team all-state selections
,Michael Esford and Jonathon
Rodgers. Bradford head coach
:Chad Bankston is looking at an
,even bigger loss than Dickinson
,.or Nobles. However, he's
taking it in stride.
"The offensive line is all
.:brand new," Bankston said.
,-"That's just the way it is."
Defensive line is also an area
:Bradford coaches are looking at
-with the loss of Letroy Guion
.(first-team all-state and Class
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the seventh against Keystone
and he came through again with
a hit that scored the game
winner against Episcopal.
O'Neal's hit was just the
,third hit of the game for
iBradford. Jackson and Evan
Denmark had the other two.
Jackson picked up the win on
;'the mound, improving his
record to 7-2. He didn't seem to
have his best stuff early, but the
defense behind came through in
the first two innings by turning
two double plays. One of those
.double plays occurred when
Episcopal had runners at the
Jackson allowed two hits and
one unearned run -when
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ball in the sixth. The scoring
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. on that side of the ball will be in
pretty good shape.
"We've really got to fill two
holes-we've got to find two
defensive ends," Bankston said.
Union County, besides'
addressing its needs on the
offensive line, must replace
fullback Jeremy Brown, a
second-team all-state selection.
"We lose Jeremy, but we feel
like Josh Mitchell and Justin
Hanson are going to do a good
job for us," Nobles said. "When
we go to the I-formation, we're
going to run (tight end) Kasey
(Nobles) at fullback."
Bradford and Keystone both
have depth in their offensive
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said the Indians will have "quite
a few" tailbacks in Michael
Williams, Wil Breton, Tony
Hamner and Greg Taylor. He
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players who can play fullback.
Keystone and Union County
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As of Tuesday, Dickinson had
yet to see either Blake Lott or
Robert Belote, who may be the
top two quarterbacks. Both
players were still with the
baseball team, which was
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None of the three coaches
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defensive side of the ball, with
Dickinson saying he felt his
team could be as good or better
on defense than it was last year.
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If Bradford cannot get into
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"I'm hot worried about the
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making sure you've got kids in
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OBITUARIES: -


Alfred Boree
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Alfred
Comer Boree, 84, of Keystone
Heights died Wednesday, May 4,
2005, at Roberts Hospice Care
Center of Palatka.
Born in Jacksonville, Mr.
Boree moved to Keystone
Heights in 1971. He was .a
construction developer and
member of Lake Area Bible
Church in Keystone Heights.
Mr. Boree is survived by: his
wife Gloria Boree of Keystone
Heights; a daughter Gloria Anne
Easton of East Haven, Conn.; a
sister Nellie B,all of
Jacksonville; three
grandchildren and four great-
grandchildren.

Mildred Cox
WALDO Mildred Dinkins
Cox, 89, of Waldo died Sunday,
May 8, 2005, at Shands at
Alachua General Hospital
following a brief illness.
Born in Lawtey on April 7,
1916, Mrs. Cox moved to Waldo
in 1959 from Jacksonville. She
was a member of Grace United
Methodist Church. She- was the
former owner and operator of a
service station in Jacksonville
and was a member of the Bradford
County Extension Service
Homemaker Council. \
Mrs. Cox is survived by:
nieces, Margaret Ann Stallings
of Gainesville, Becky
Christopher of Winter Haven and
Jane Allen of Tallahassee;
nephews, Freddie Dinkins of
Lakeland, David Dinkins of
Lawtey; and a sister.Adel Burton
Wainwright of Jacksonville. She
was preceded in death by her
husband Horace Cox.
Funeral services for Mrs. Cox
were May 11, 2005, in Grace
United Methodist Church with
the Rev. Gene Folsom
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Kingsley
Lake Cemetery under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Starke.

William Crews
JACKSONVILLE William
Spencer Crews Sr., 74, of
Jacksonville died Tuesday, May
3, 2005, at his., residence
following an extended illness.
Born in Lake Alfred, Mr.
Crews lived in Raiford and moved
to Jacksonville from central-
Florida in 1963. He retired fribm.


CSX Railroad in 1986 as chief
dispatcher and was a member of
Duval Station Baptist Church of
Jacksonville.
Mr. Crews is survived by: his
wife: Helen Whitfield Crews of
Jacksonville; a'daughter Laura
LeDuc of Jacksonville; a son
William S. "Billy" Crews Jr. of
Jacksonville; three
grandchildren and one great
grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.
Crews were May 6, 2005 in
Dekle Cemetery in Lake Butler
under the care of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler. I
Memorial contributions may
be made to Hospice of
Jacksonville, 8130 Baymeadows
Way, West; Suite 202,
Jacksonville, FL 32256.

James Cruger
GAINESVILLE James Howard
Cruger, 57, of Gainesville died
Monday, May 9, 2005, at his
residence following a sudden
illness.
Born in Starke on Dec. 12,
1947, Mr. Cruger moved to
Gainesville from Starke. He was
a construction worker.
Mr. Cruger is survived by: a
son Victor Lamar Cruger of Green
Cove Springs; his mother Mamie
Cruger of Starke; brothers, Leon
Cruger, David Cruger, Benjamin
Cruger, Harold, Cruger, all of
Starke, Kenneth Cruger of
Gainesville; sisters, Carolyn
Davis of Lakeland, Kimberlyn
Evans and Stephanie Evans, both
of Starke;- Robert.Earl Simmons
of Starke; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Cruger
will be held on Saturday, May
14, 2005, at 2 p.m. in True Vine
Ministries in Starke with Elder
Ross Chandler conducting the
services. Interment will follow
in Clark Cemetery under the :ore
of Haile Funeral Home of Starke.
Visitation will be at the
funeral home on Friday, May 13,
2005, from 5-8 p.m.

Charles McDonald
RICHMOND, VA. Charles
Edwin "Charlie" "Mac"
McDonald,,79, of Richmond, Va.
died Saturday, May 7, 2005.
Mr. McDonald was an
illustrator in the Navy. for 16
years, worked for civil service as
chief of administrative services
and retired from Defense General
Supply Center in Richmond. He


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a son Charles McDonald of
Midlothian, Va.; three brothers,
Mike McDonald of Nokomis,
Raymond McDonald and Jim
McDonald, both of Columbus,
Ohio; a sister Hazel Smith of
Columbus; and two
grandchildren. He was preceded
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Virginia Clarice McDonald.
Mr. McDonald will be
cremated. Due to a family illness,
service will be held at a later
date. Arrangements are under the
care of Huguenot Chapel of
Woody Funeral Home of
Midlothian.

Katharine Mumby
GAINESVILLE Katharine
Lucille Mumby, 84, of
Gainesville died Wednesday,
May 4, 2005, at North Florida
Regional Medical Center in
Gainesville.
Born in Baugo Township,
Ind., Mrs. Mumby moved to
Gainesville 26 years ago from
Hollywood. She was a sales
associate with Wilson's
Department Store and was a
member of the White Shrine and
Wesley United Methodist Church
in Gainesville.
Mrs. Mumby is survived by: a
daughter Margaret Ann Mumby
of Melrose; three grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.

Audrey Neville
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Audrey
Mary Neville, 90, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, May: 9,
2005, at Bradford Terrace
Nursing Home of Starke.
Born in Baltimore, Md., Mrs.
Neville moved to Keystone
Heights in 1990 from
Hollywood. She was secretary for
a yacht club and was of. the-
Lutheran faith.
Mrs. Neville is survived by: a
son Richard Neville of Keystone
Heights; three grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren.

Floyd Smith
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Floyd
Burch Smith Jr., 83, of Keystone.
Heights died Thursday, May 5,
2005, at his residence following
an extended illness.


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April 21, 1922, Mr. Smith
moved to Keystone Heights 33
years ago from Middleport, N.Y.
H.e was a retired construction
engineer and carpenter and was a
member of Bible Baptist Church
in Starke.
Mr. Smith is survived by: his
wife of 43 years Audrey Smith of
Keystone Heights; two
daughters, Judie Kittles of
Melrose and Paula Greck of
Middleport; three sons, Craig
Smith .of New York City, David
Stout of Ocala and Richard Stout
of Tupper. Lake, N.Y.; 10
grandchildren and five great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr. Smith
were May 10, 2005 in the DeWitt
C. Jones. Chapel in Keystone
Heights with Pastor Roger
Wooten conducting the services.
Interment followed in Keystone
Heights Cemetery.



Orville Taylor
LAKE CITY Orville Dayton
Taylor, 79, of Lake City died
Thursday, May. 5, 2005, at
Shands University of Florida in
Gainesville following a brief
illness.
Born in Lakeland, Mr. Taylor
lived most of his life in
Worthington Spring before
moving to Lake City in 1967. He
served in the Air Force for 20
years and was employed with the
Union Correctional Institution
and retired in 1987. He was a
member of the Columbia County
Historical Society, and First
United Methodist Church at
Worthington Springs. He also
owned and operated Taylor
Carpet Co. in Lake Butler for
several years.
Mr. Taylor is survived by his
wife of 55 years Christa L.
Taylor of Lake City; a daughter
Lisa Marie Taylor of Orlando;
four sons, Walter Taylor and
Warren Taylor, both of
Jacksonville, Wilber Taylor of
Lake Mary and Albert Taylor of
Farner, Tenn.; a brother Van
Dyle Taylor of Alachua; and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services were May 9,
2005 in First United Methodist
Church of Worthington Springs
with the Rev. Eugene Folson
officiating.. Burial followed in
St. Johns Cemetery in Alathua
County.


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Phillip Tibbetts
OCALA Phillip Harvey
Tibbetts, 77, of Ocala died
Monday, May 2, 2005, at_
Monroe Regional Medical Center
in Ocala.
Born in Brockton, Mass. on
April 8, 1928, Mr. Ribbetts
moved to Ocala from Keystone
Heights in 2005 where he had
lived since 1984. He was a
photographer in the U.S. Navy,
serving from 1945-1965.
Mr. Tibbetts is survived by:
his wife Doris Tibbetts of Ocala;
and three -sons, Dean Tibbetts,
David Tibbetts and Jeffrey
Tibbetts.
Memorial services for Mr.
Tibbetts will be held at a later
date under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.

Larry Walker
GROVELAND Larry Gene
Walker, 55, of Groveland died
Sunday, May 8, 2005, at his
residence following an extended
illness.
Born in Miami, the son of the
late Comer Walker and Reby
Nettles Walker Cole, Mr. Walker
lived his life in Miami,
Jacksonville and Lakeland before
moving from Ellisville to
Groveland a year" ago. He was a
master electrician and served in
the U.S. Army during the
Vietnam War. He was a member
of the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints, American
Legion; Lyons Club of Fruitland
Park, Moose Lod~e in
Jacksonville, Fraternal Order of
Eagles and IBEW.
Mr. Walker is survived by: his.
wife Dandra Hart Walker of
Groveland; a daughter Carey
Walker of Annapolis, Md.; an
adopted daughter Tracy Dicola of,
Miami; two stepdaughters, Lisa
Ottendorf of Jacksonville and
Brandy Watkins of Leesburg. He
was preceded in death by a
brother Raymond Walker.
Graveside services for Mr.
Walker were May 11, 2005 in
Oak Grove Cemetery in Lake
Butler with Bro. Larry Stephens


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of Lake Butler.

Iris Griffis
RAIFORD Iris Louise Griffis,
60, of Raiford died Sunday, May
8, 2005, at her residence
following an extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Raiford,
Mrs. Griffis was a homemaker
and a member of the First Baptist
Church of Raiford.
Mrs. Griffis is survived by: her
husband Enoch E. "Gene" Griffis
of Raiford; a son John Griffis; a
daughter Brenda Gemelli of
Raiford; five brothers, Kenneth
Stafford of Lakeland, Bob
Stafford of Raiford, Howard
Stafford of Colorado, Ronald
Stafford of Gainesville and
Randy Stafford of Jacksonville; a
,sister Margaret Kitler of Raiford;
and six grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her father
and mother Albert and Sarah
Stafford.
Graveside services for Mrs.
Griffis were May :41, 2005 at
Sapp Cemetery with the Rev.
Ricky Dyal officiating and
Brother Wailon Haston assisting
with interment following under
the care bf Archie Tanner Funeral
Home of'Starke.


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OBITUARIES:

Mary Goltare
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mary
Elizabeth Goltare, 70, of
Keystone Heights, died Sunday,
May 8, 2005, at her residence.
Born and raised in Stoneboro,
Pa., Mrs. Goltare moved to
Starke in 1985 where she lived
until moving to Keystone
Heights a year ago. She was a
member of the First Baptist
Church of Keystone Heights.
Mrs. Goltare is survived by: a
daughter Lisa Bradley of
Keystone Heights; two sons,
Dale Goltare of New Castle, Del.
and Mark Goltare of
Williamsburg, Va.; a brother
William Canon of Starke; and
four grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by a brother
Lloyd Canon.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Goltare will be conducted at I
p.m. on Thursday, May 12,
2005, in the Chapel 'of Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
with the Rev. Jim Prose
officiating.
The family will receive friends
Wednesday, May 11, 2005 at the
funeral home.

Rebecca Dockery
HENDERSONVILLE Rebecca
"Becca" R. Dockery, 72, of
Hendersonville, previously of
Lake Lure, died on Saturday, May
7, 2005, at Elizabeth House
following an extended illness.
Mrs. Dockery was previously
known as the artist Rebecca Dee
and owned Rebecca Dee's Arts
and the Playhouse of Dolls.
Mrs. Dockery is survived by:
her husband of 54 years Thomas
H. Dockery; four daughters, Dot
Wilder of Jacksonville, JoAnne
Dockery Block of Kansas City,
Mo., Robin K. Bell of Keystone
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during 4-H
Operation:
Military Kids.
BELOW: Golden
Eagles' leader
Abigail Crawford
(left) performs a
gear inspection.


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eights anc in. L), v SorrestO or
East Flat Rock; two sisters, SFCC art
Virginia Runck of Franklin, N.C.
and Janie Johfison of Southern exhibit
Pines, N.C.; 10 grandchildren exhibit
and four great-grandchildren. benefit
A private memorial service IIIILt s
will be held at a later date.. An exhibit of color
Jackson Funeral Seral Service and photographs by Gainesville
Crematory. is ,in charge of
em s charge of native Gabriel Tyner can be
seen 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Monday-Friday through June
M ar W illiams 24in the President's Lobby,,
S ary W illa Robertson Administration
LAKE CITY Mary Lou Ellis Building, on the Northwest
Williams, 54, of Lake City, died .Campus.
Sunday, May 8, 2005, following All of the photographs in
an extended illness. Tyner's exhibit were taken at
Born in Lake Butler the te coege zoo. y
daughter of the late Walter the college zoo
Brooks Jr. and Mary C. Santa Fe's Teaching Zoo is
Clemons, Mrs. Williams lived my favorite zoo and I am
most of her life in Lake Butler honored to be able to do
and Lake City. She worked in something for them and the
U:tomer -ser ice for the Florid& ., commurit', said T) ner. who.
Walcofe-- MS ?Cowd ke .S 1Rhtougra
memberr 'o, theFirst -Bp '.ofessor. Hale as one'e`.
Church of Lake Butler his teachers.
Mrs. Williams is sur' i ed by: A free reception will be held
her husband Jackson Williams ofe receton ee
'Lake City; two sons, Keith from4-6 p.m. on Friday, May
SWilliams and Brian Perkins, 13. The public is invited.
.both of Lake City; and two For information call Jayne
-grandchildren. She is also Grant, gallery curator, at (352)
survived by two aunts and uncles, 395-5464.
Dorothy and Gene Torbert and
Cecil and Linda Clemons, all of
Lake Butler.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Williams were May 11, 2005 in A(LL (9{ev
the Faith Baptist Church of Lake
:Butler with the Rev. Ralph "Wh
Durham officiating. Burial f
'followed in Elzey Chapel
Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.


S Acknowledging
Our Appreciation
-During the hardest time of our lives
when we are faced with the
inevitable loss of a loved one, we
'find comfort in those who support
us. Recently as our family struggled
, ith a sudden tragedy and
moments filled with difficult
,decisions, we found strength in God
"and the support of those who
gathered about us. With the loss of
vour jamrni member, we now find it
impossible to have closure n ithiot
;saying how grateful we are to 'n1an\
!who came to our aid.
We would like to acknowledge all
qof those who diligently prayed for
,,us, those who came to the hospital
and kept vigil, everyone who
brought food, and to all who sent.
those beautiful expressions of love
'in the form offlowers.
TWe thank the Starke Church of God
.and its pastor Rev. Robert Johnson,
.the Rev. Bobbie Baker of Green
[Cove Springs, and Rev. Gene Bass
fr,-m tihe Sampson City Church of
JGod ';d its members.
7To Lynn Luther and .pril Goolsb\. .
your voices gave us inspiration and
your message through lyric was
'timeless. We express gratitude to
:the Starke Police Department,
Bradford Counnt Sheriff.'s
Department, and e e speciallY
thank Archie Tanner and his staff
for all of their compassion and '
assistance during this time-
If we have failed to recognize you
here, please know that you are in'
our hearts and all of your
kindnesses will never be forgotten.
Eternally grateful,
The Family of Grace Brown

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military and clearly face new
challenges and risks. Extensive
media coverage of on-going
military operations creates daily
anxiety.
These new military kids need
to connect with other youth in
similar situations and with
adults and youth who will help
them cope with their new
situation. According to federal
statistics, National Guard and
Reserves comprise about half of
the troops now serving in Iraq,
and approximately 500,000
children have at least one parent
in the Guard or Reserve.
Crawford and Martin were
ordered to active duty for, the
period of three days, reporting
to their home station at Camp
Blarfding on April 30 for the
purpose of mobilization with
orders to report to Ft. Homesick
(home) on May 1. Crawford
was squad leader of Infantry
Unit Golden Eagles and Martin
was a member of Silver Foxes.
Their employment orders
included a gear list and
instructions for the Soldier
Readiness. Process. They were
issued dog tags, canteens and
uniforms (a great 4-H T-shirt
and ball cap).
'The weekend held a variety
of activities .as Crawford,
Martin and other youth learned
what it is like to go through the
deployment process.
Participants stayed in the
barracks and "enjoyed" PT
(personal training) at 5:30 a.m.
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Learning about deployment,
they completed the Soldier
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the paperwork and steps
necessary for active duty status.
Camp Blanding staff provided
first-aid training, weaponry,
face painting and briefings on
sexual harassment, family
readiness, legalities and equal
rights. There were workshops
on health and medical
clearance, the danger of
gateway drugs, financial
planning and stress
management.
The youth learned how to
build a rocket from soda bottles
and had a boat-building contest.
There were games and team-
building activities. Participants
toured the museum and
facilities that house the Titan
Rocket.
"It was an eye opening
experience for me," Crawford
said. "I did not realize what
military families had to go
through."
When asked how he would
rate the weekend on a scale of 1
to 10, Martin rated the OMK


Mock Deployment a 10. He
said, "I found out it's probably
hard having a dad in the
military. You probably worry
about them getting shot or
dying."
Certificates and awards were
presented at the closing
ceremony. The military
kids-the often overlooked
heroes-were recognized and
4-H members presented them
with special OMK backpacks
filled with cameras, film and 4-
H items.
Martin won the "Most
Enthusiastic Award." He was
the only soldier who did not
complain about PT.
Crawford's squad won the
boat-building contest,-quite an
accomplishment since the boats
were constructed with
cardboard and duct tape.
The deployment was a great'
time to make new friends, work
as a team and was a chance to
learn a greater respect for the
military.
If you would like more
information about 4-H or
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CRIME:


State
tightens hold
on sexual
offenders,
predators
On May 2 Florida Gov. Jeb
Bush signed legislation that
will force criminals who
sexually molest children to
serve longer prison sentences
apd face lifetime satellite
monitoring if they return to
their communities. *
"Florida has some of the
toughest laws in the country as
it relates to sexual predators
and offenders and this bill will
make the law even tougher,"
Bush said.
The Florida Dept. of Law
Enforcement Web site lists 63
sexual offenders living in
Bradford County. Of that
number, 24 are under
supervision and four absconded
from registration.
A sexual predator is
someone who can be charged
under sexual battery, lewd
lascivious or indecent assault
or act upon or in presence of a
child, sexual performance by a
child, prohibition of certain
acts in connection ,with
obscenity and selling or buying
of minors.
A sexual offender is one that
has committed a sexual offense
as enumerated in G.orida State
Statutes. Qualify ing offense for
a sexual offender include all of
the above plus luring or
enticing a. child, procuring a
person under 18 for
prostitution and computer
pornography.
A predator has special
restrictions that the courts and
state have placed upon him or
her that restrict their access to
children. A sexual offender,
depending upon the offense
and/or victim may have access
to children, with supervision
(being paroled or court ordered).
Within the city of Starke,
the police department monthly
review listed registered
offenders and verify their
addresses, Chief Gordon Smith
said.
The county is responsible
for the notification of close
area residents only if a predator
is in the neighborhood.
Offenders have 48 hours t0
a1tify the sheriff of their
andre.ss. Fl6'iWi'ng "a FDLE
nm'aitout, the address is verified.
If the offender has absconded a
warrant is requested from the
state. If the offender is located,
he may ne arrested on the third
degree felony of failure to


notify authorities of address,
according to Captain, Michael
Burnette.
Sexual offenders under
Florida law living in the area
will be published as space
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Charles A. Barnes


Barnes, 23, of Starke last
reported address 1020 N.
Cherry St., qualifying
offenses) lewd or lascivious
molestation, victim 12-15
years old, sexual battery.


Charles Boyer
Boyer, 67, of Starke, last
reported address 524 St.' Clair
St., qualifying offense sexual
battery, solicitation of a child.


Hilda R. Coleman


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reported address 13929 S.E.
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.Doctors BobIA ?
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everything from neck and lower
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shoulder and other extremity pain
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addition of two new team
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full range of treatments, services
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Tjasa is a Licensed Massage
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muscle massage. "Her studies
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. Robin, is a Registered Nurse
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women's health. She received her
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Nursing from the University of
Miami. In addition, Robin is a
certified exercise therapist and
; personal fitness
trainer. "W ith
Robin's expertise,
we are able to offer
..I'.v personalized
A. T physical fitness
Sand nutritional
assessment to aid
in Weight
reduction, strength training and
injury rehabilitation."
High Springs Family
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DVDs, CDs
busted
A new Starke business was
closed last week for selling
illegally made DVDs and CDs.
Acting on a "tip," Starke
Chief of Police Gordon Smith
made a new business check at
Hip-Hop Fashions located on
US-30 1 north.
The chief noticed the DVDs
selling in the store were in
plain white envelopes and
reported' the finding to Sgt.
William Brown.
A control buy was made at
the business early last week.
The buy was of a bag of seven
DVDs for $40 including DVDs
of movies not yet released,.
Sgt. Br6wn said.
The business was "busted"
last Wednesday with more than
500 movies and probably close
to 4,000 CDs being
confiscated, Sgt. Brown said.
(Brown said he is still counting
crates.)
Many of the counterfeit
DVDs 'were of movies still
playing -in the theaters or
recently released on DVD, Sgt.
Brown said.I
The Starke business opened
for just a couple of months,
displayed some clothing in
addition to the counterfeit
DVDs and CDs.
Charged with manufacturing
and sale of unauthorized
copying of disks, film, etc.
was owner Eric Harris,
Employee Varion McGill was
charged with sale of
unauthorized copying of disks,
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The business was closed
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Recent
arrests
Raymond Jones, 44, of Live
Oak was arrested May 4 by
DOT Don Petry for DWLS. He
was released from custody after
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Cory Brown, 43, of Starke
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Antonio Porter, 40, of
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Sylvester Cox, 22, of Ocala
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violation of probation DWLS.
Bond Was set at $1,000.
Michael Wilkerson, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 3 by
Sgt. Konkel for failure to
appear DWLS, expired tag over
60 days, trespass on, private
property and .'rithle's check.
Surety b'nds totalling
$5,528.75 were posted for .his
release from custody.
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ceilings. 5169.900. MLI#223209.


on 2 acres. New custom kitchen and bath
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prep island, breakfast rm, w/i closets, his/her sinks,
toilets, vanity areas & sep. shower in M/B, 30x26
covered carport, 20x20 workshop & screened
porch. Located on 2.4 acres w/stocked fish pond.
Sellers including riding mower with sale.
$120,000


Sale
BRADFORD COUNTY, 27
acres off 229, just past
CR 235, $4350 per acre.
12 Acres east of Lawtey
on CR 225 $3065 per
acre. 2-13 acre parcels,
just off US 301, on Lin-
coln City Rd $3095 per

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HOME FOR SALE
Nice Cozy Home
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3 BR/2 BA
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1,220 sq. ft. .25 acre
=114,500
Call Ed at
352-225-1065


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27 acres Off CR 229, just past
CR 235 $4,350 per ac.
12 acres East of Lawtey on CR
225 $3,065 per ac.
2-13 acre parcels Just off US
301 on Lincoln City Road
$3,095 per ac.
Minutes from Jacksonville,
Starke and Lawtey, FL


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Classified Ads -where one call does it 'all! 496-2261


about 1/2 mile, look for
sign. Tax #07684-000-
000, C Coolidge Davis
Realty 352-376-2541.
47 Commercial
Property
IDEAL LOCATION 2800
SQFT building with office,
barn, mini storage, 5
acres, for rent all or part,
off of South 301. Call
904-964-3827 for more
information.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
SR21S, OFC/WHSE all
AC, 2500 sq. ft. Call 352-
473-5174 or 352-475-
1713.
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE,
3000 sq ft behind
Powell's $750 mth. Call
Smith & Smith Realty at
904-964-9222.
2400 SQ FT CONCRETE
block bidg on US 301 in
Waldo. 500 sq ft office
space and 2 large service
bays, all a/c & fenced.
$750 month. Call 352-
745-1610.
FOR RENT-1400 (+ -) SQ
FT Commercial Bldg,
great for dry storage,
$350 per month. Could
be climate controlled
storage for a higher rent
factor, or will build out to
your specs for long term
lease. Call John at 904-
964-6305, Mon-Fri, 8am
to 5pm.
48 Homes For
Sale













WALK TO KEYSTONE
schools, 4BR, 1800 sq ft
home, with 20x40 in
ground pool, porch &
deck, $139,900 Phone
352-475-6260.
4BR/2.5BA, 1726 sq ft brick
home, fenced back yard,
CH/A, close to hospital.
$125,000 Call 904-964-
5933.
INVESTOR SPECIAL! Vic-
torian home on B-2 lot, 2.
story, needs renovation.
Steal it for $69,000. Call
904-964-4111.
3BR/2BA, APPROX 2500
sq ft, brick home with ga-
rage, Keystone Heights,
walking distance to
schools..Open floor plan,
with fireplace, in ground
pool, concrete basketba I
court, screened back
S porch, meal rool, and
separate aetacned ga-
rage. large back yard with
privacy lence, Approx 1
arre many upgrade?.
$215,000. Call 352-473-
9292.
3BR/1BA WOODFRAME
house, comer lot, 1 block
from highway, 5/8 acre, Ig
trees, Crystal Lake ac-
cess, central air, electric,
plumbing, septic, remod-
eled. deep well, quiet
neighbomood, a.rect sat-
ellite, appliances in-
cluded, energy efficient.
$79,500. Call after 9pm
weekdays. or anytime on
weeKenas, 352-215-
2783.
49 Mobile
Homes
FOR SALE OR RENT by
owner, 3BR/2BA DW on
1 & 1'3 acre. extra nice,
fireplace. Worthington
Springs $50,000. Call
904-591-2916 cell or
904-653-1656 ask for
Terry. .
2000 HOMESTEAD 32x80
mobile home 3BR/2BA,
living room large den,
riming room office, fronl
porch upgraded KItchen
Excellent condition.
S $45.000. Call 904-769-
S3169.
MOBILE HOME FINANC-
ING, re-financing or pur-
cnase lana home or
home only Call 904-225-
2381
FOR LIMITED TIME only
offering introductory pnce
on the new Townhomes,
built n Lake C;y a 32x80
has 2x6 ouler walls, lull
2x4 inlenor walls real fi-,
berglass tubs, china
sinks, 8h sidewalks OSB
wrap all the way around
home, 2x6 mannge walls
no better Duilt home for
S on $69,995 sel up in-
cluded. Call 13mn St Mo-
bile Home. Cal 352-373-
5428.


r HUGE 2005 28X70, 3 + 2,
includes furniture must
sell to make room for
2006 models, for only
$49,995 set up included.
Call 13th St Mobile
Homes. Call 352-373-
5428.
13TH STREET MOBILE
homes is now featuring
Townhomes, which Is
built like site built homes,
must see to believe they
are built in Lake City. Call
352-373-5428.
MUST SELL 32 WIDE 4+2
loaded for only $49, 995
must see to believe, set
up included. Call 13th
Street Mobile Homes
352-373-5428.
OVERSTOCKED 4+2
homes will sell 28 wide,
A/C, skirting and setup
included for only
$39,995. Call 13th Street
Mobile Homes at 352-
373-5428.
COME BY OR CALL AND
see why 13th Street Mo-
bile Homes is one of the
largest retailers in N.
Florida. Call today 352-
373-5428.
50 For Rent
CRYSTAL LAKE HOME,
2BR/1BA, split level, 2
story, windows toward
lake, washer & dryer,
$700 month. Call Lyndle
at 904-234-4120.
3BR/2BA HOME ON Lake
Geneva, 3 blocks from
schools, $895 month.
Call 352-222-9111.
3BR/2BA SW on 1 acre,
completely remodeled.
No pets, 2 child max.
$425!mth plus deposit
Call 352-468-3221
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT COMPLETE
with CH/A, cable pro-
vided, all utilities paid
Central location. Ideal for
senior citizens with 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$95 $105/wk. Room
without bath, $80. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close to 4 churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and morel
See Manager at the Mag-
nolia Hotel, across from
the Starke Post Office.
904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison, ideal for small
family or couples. Call
352-468-1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. Looking for
applicants. 1& 2 BR HC
& noIt HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern Vil-
las Drive, Slarke, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 7,11. Equal Housing
Opportunity .-
3BR/lEA, FARM hoiise'
style, nice neighborhood,
$500/mth, 1st, last, lease,
security. No pets. Single
family residents only..Call
904-964-3579.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR's,
newly renovated, water
included, fenced yard, no
pets. deposit required.
Call 386-496-3067 678-
438-6828 or 678-438-
2865
2BEDROOM rental on
Smith Lake, good fishing
Call Chuck Willis Realty
at 352-4 73-0205.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
slairs apanment in down-
town Slarke 2 bedroom.
CH/A $450 monin. 1st,
last, and secunty deposit.
Call Joan at 904-964-
4303
3BR HOME, Clay County,
great location. 1 acre,
$750 a month Call 352-
475-6260.
VERY NICE HOUSE In
Rallord, 4BR/3BA. CHI/A,
on 1.5 acres, shed, small
barn. $720 month lirst
ana last months rent plus
$750 deposit. No Inside
pets. no smoking, Call
904-783-4757.
2BR/2BA MH, CH/A. near
Worntlrglon Springs.
$350 month plus $400
deposit No pets, 1 child
max. Call 386-496-2554
MOBILE HOME. .2BR.
close to prison no pets or
children, waler included.
$350 monlh $350 de-
posil, 6 monin rental
agreement. Call 904-,
964-7650
KEYSTONE BACK AGAIN,
you'll luv livin here, its
clean & easygoing
Washer & dryer, TV's.
phone elc Use of wnole
house on paved road
3110 per week. Call 352-
473-3121


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STARKE: 3BR/2BA SW,
CH/A, $400 plus deposit.
Call.352-235-1386 days
or 352-473-8119 eve-
nings.
RENTAL HOUSE IN Coun-
try, 2.5BR/1BA, newly re-
modeled, nice porch,
quiet, area, AC, mini
blinds through out. No
children. Discount for se-
niors. $500 month plus
deposit. SE 109th St,
Starke. Call 352-468-
1093.
2BR/1.5BA, MH IN Starke,
$425 month. Washer &
dryer hookups, porch,
carport, CH/A. Call 904-
964-6569 or 904-796-
0039.
TRAILER FOR RENT: 2BR/
1 BA, washer& dryer, mi-
crowave, front porch,
chain link fence, on 1
acre of land. Mowing ser-
vice and pest control pro-
vided. $500 first and lasts
months rent $300 de-
posit. Call 904-964-4386
ask for James.
FOR RENT IN KEYSTONE
Heights, 3BR/1.5BA,
house, CH/A, new carpet,
attached garage, quiet
dead end street, no
smokers, no pets. Avail-
able June 11, 2005.
$800/mth $800 deposit.
Call 386-972-0837.
52 Animals &
Pets
YEAR OLD SORRELL
MARE, intermediate rid-
ers. $800. Call 904-964-
8169.
LOST DOG, FEMALE Jack
Russell, very small' &
stocky, white with brown
face. Lost on 05/06/2005
in Lawtey. .Reward!
Please call 904-782-
3113..
53 Yard Sales
BENEFIT FOR 5 WEEK
OLD Hailey Ann Baker, to
help with medical care/
costs. Saturday 9am to ?
610 Melton Terr, off of
South Ojange St. Dona-
tions will be accepted.
Call 904-964-7322 for in-
formation or to offer as-
sistance or donations.
MULTI -FAMILY YARD sale,
Saturday only, 8am til ?
1/4 mile east of the
Union/ Bradford County
line on SR100. Furniture,
household, clothes. Tons
of stuff.
4 FAMILY YARD SALE, Fri'
& Sat, 8am til ? Olins
Trailer Park off of Morgan
Road. .
MOVING IN SALE-Brand
newfumiture, 27"TV, fax,
great junkl Everything
negotiable. State prop-
erty, 13819 NE 262nd
Loop, Raiford, follow
signs, Friday only, 8am to
4pm. .
YARD SALE, FRIDAY from
8am Ill 4prh 419 N.
Cherry St
7461 SE SR100, MOVING
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19" TV, VCR. 9"TV,


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lamps, 2-office chairs,
dining table w/4 chairs,
white matching bedroom
set (chest, vanity, mirror,
2 small bedside tables).
Lots of other things, to
much to mention, Thurs,
Fri, Sat & Sun or until ev-
erything Isgone. 1-904-
966-2416.
YARD/MOVING SALE, Fri-
day, 8am to 2pm, 9703
NW 219th St, Starke.
Take 16 West to blinking
light (225) turn left go
about 1 mile, turn right,
go 1.5 miles.
YARD SALE, 3 MILES past
Vo-tech on CR 229, d
Body Shop. Fri & Sat
8am to 3pm. Toddler
clothes, juniors, plus
sizes, household items.
FRIDAY ONLY, 8AM, under
cover, clearance sale.
saws, pictures,
microwave, lamps $3,
monitor, pots & pans .50
to $1., kitchen table and
5 chairs $15, lots of new
stuff. 1303 WPratt St (off
of 301 by Grannies & SR
100.
BIG YARD SALE, FRIDAY,
May 13, go,5 miles on SR
16 west to NE 216th St,
(Crawford Rd), go 1 mile
on right.
SATURDAY ONLY, 8am to
? CR 233 to NW 71st
Ave. Baby clothes & etc,
dressers, adult clothes,
lots of other stuff. 904-
368-1123 for directions.
MISSED LAST.WEEK due
to rain garage sale, 4
families, Thurs, Fri, Sat,,
SE SR 100 to 129th St.
Household items, tools,
treadmill, TV's, clothes,
bedspreads and cur-
tains, to much to list, look
for signs.
SATURDAY, 7;aOAM TO
2PM:Go north of Lawtey
on 301 to 251st st (road
before the'mud bog) turn
left'go 1 mile. 4 families,
clothes for newborn to
__yrs old, boys and girls,
flooring items, tools,
Weight machine, house-
hold items, sewing items
and machine. TV/s, to
much 1to lr. Call 904-
368-0129 for directions or
info.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY,
9AM to 5pm, Two fami-
lies. Koehler four piece
couch w/2 sets home-
made upholstery covers,
L-shaped coffee table,
ladies, girls, & boys sum-
mer clothes, mens wear,
four & one smoker, grill,
shoes, canning jars, rain
trees, potted plants, &
misc items. Take SR 100
west past Pine Forest
Apartments to 100A fol-
low signs.
NICE YARD SALE, A mix-
ture of items not found
anywhere you go. Thurs-
day, Friday maybe Satur-
day Next door to Kanga.-
roo store in Hampton
,.8am until' I ;ir .....'
CSRPORT SALE-Satur.
a ,. M.a) 14, 8am to 2pm.
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priced to go. New motor-
ized chair from the
Scooter Store, lots of
household items, furni-
ture, craft/floral items,
curtains, too much to list.
CR 100A(Griffis Loop) 1
mile from Kangaroo store
on left.
COMING SOONII County
Line Trading Post. We will
buy your kids clothes to.
size 12, children furni-
ture, games, toys, acces-
sories, etc. Must be in
good condition. Please
call for an appointment
352-494-1507.
54 Keystone
Yard Sales
BIG RUMMAGE SALE- Fri-
day, 9am to 4pm, and
Saturday our "dollar a
bag day" 9am to noon.
Community Church Fel-
lowship hall, behind Ace
Hardware.
4: WHEELER, car, motor-
cycle, mowers. tools,
housewares, furniture,
etc. Big Tree area, 5630
Cherokee &
Monogahela, Saturday
9am to ?
GARAGE SALE,
MELROSE, Sat 05/14/
2005, 8am. 598 SE 4th
Ave, Melrose. Household
items, furniture, misc.
SATURDAY, 9AM TO 4PM.
Lots of good stuff. 6877
Deer Springs Rd, Key-
stone Heights, Fl.
57 For Sale
LAWNMOWERS and trail-
ers lor sale Call arytime
904-964-4118.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100 and
up each, electric stove,
written guarantee, free
local delivery. For ap-
pointments, call 904-964-
8801.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. call 352-372-8588.
BED-KING SIZE Pillowtop
mattress and boxspring
with manufactures war-
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $200. Call 352-372-
7490.
BEDROOM' SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
king bed, dresser, mirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $5200, sac-
rifice for $1400. 352-377-
9846.
DINING ROOM SUITE-
beautiful cherry table, 6
chippendale chairs and
lighted hutch and buffet.
Brand new still boxed.
Can deliver. Retail
$5800, sacrifice $1100.
352-377-9846.
MATTRESS TWIN sets,
$89, lull sets $129
Qyeen sets $159. King
seIt$189 Mattress Fac.
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large


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room size pieces. Save a
lot. Cash and carry. Call
Sonia at 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888.
PILLOW TOP MATTRESS
sale. You can save on
national brands. Shop
first then compare. Full
pillowtop sets $299,
queen pillowtop sets
$399, King $499.
Memory foam sets as on
TV- too low to advertise.
Call 352-473-7173 or
904-964-3888. t
BRAND NEW REAL OAK
porch rocking chair, just
stained, light pecan color.
$75. Call 904-782-3009.
7 PIECE BLACK percus-
sion plus drum set with
stool & book, 2 yrs old,
excellent condition,
payed $400 will sell for
$175 firm. Also STELLA
acoustic guitar (blond) zip
up case, 5 months old,
comes with learners book
and pick, $50 firm. Call
904-364-7710.
1992 RE TRAILER, 7X14,
with tilt bed, screen gate,
$700. Also 300 PSI pres-
sure washer, 9hp' Vahn-
guard engine, new $450.
* Call 352-473-2777.
BRAND NEW Hover-round
chair, never used, asking
$2000. Call 904-964-
5782.
ANTIQUE DINING ROOM
set, large table, buffet,
china closet and 6 chairs.
$2000. Call 904-964-
6534 or 904-364-6411.
OAK DINING TABLE W/ 6
chairs, leaf, oval shape,
claw feet, very good con-
dition. $200. Call 352-
468-3287.
WATER SOFTNER,
Culligan Mark 89, very
good condition, $400
OBO. 1977 Corvette
body only, needs work,
$1500. Call 904-964-
8165. .
APARTMENT SIZE GAS
stoves, refrigerators, win-
dow ac's. Call 904-964-
8810.
3 WINDOW AC'S,
Applehead Datsun, male
with papers, $200. Full-
blooded chihuahua, fe-
male, weeks old, with-
out papers $150. All
prices negotiable. call Mr
or Mrs Short. Call 904-
964-6443.
4 PC REAL WICKER
dresser, desk and
nightstand, white, $400.
Wooden Armoire $200.
Couch $25, recliner, $30,
Casio keyboard, $100,
Wooden bench w storage
seat. The Rag Patch 386-
496-9646.
59 Personal
Services
KEVIN'S LAWN SERVICE,
25 years experience.
mowing, trimming, and
edging. Commercial or
residential. Call for a tree


esumaie 9U4-782-3894.
SAM EVANS CARPEN-
TRY, 20 years experi-
ence, trim, remodels, sid-
ing and decks. Insured
Call 352-475-6255 or
352-339-5411.
BRADFORD HOME repair
and painting. Painting
and home repair special-
ist, license #477. Free
estimates. Call 904-966-
2024.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Correc-
tion of termite & water-
damaged wood & sills.
Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-284-
2333 or 1-800-288-0633.
CHAIN LINK FENCE Free
estimates. Handyman
Fence Co., owner,
Tommy Reddish, 904-
964-8559.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior clean-
ing. Roofs, siding, decks,
driveways, sidewalks.
Free estimates, call
Curtis, 904-964-4940.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for
M.H. & land packages. 1-
800-284-1144.
CUSTOM CUTS Lawn &
Landscape, customized
lawn care, sod, trimming,
landscape design. Rea-
sonable rates, free esti-
mates. Commercial &
residential. Licensed and
insured. Call 386-496-
2820, if no answer please
leave message.
HANDYMAN, TRACTOR
work, mowing etc. Call-
904-964-3349.
62 Vacation/
Travel
HORSESHOE BEACH
Rentals on canal. House
and dock accommodates
up to 3 boats, sleeps 8.
Full kitchen, private.
$125/day. Additional apt
rental with 55' dock, fish
cleaning station, sleeps
6, half-kitchen.. $95/day.
Additional rentals. Call
Tina at 352-498-5768.
THE SCALLOP SHACK A
2 story duplex rental in
Steinhatchee, located
one block frim River Ha-
ven Marina. Ground level
unit,1BR/1BA, upper unit
2BR/1BA, bfith fully
equipped. Available
separately or together.
Call 352-498-0709.
64 Business
Opportunity
$1000 -$3000 POSSIBLE
monthly. Get healthy &
wealthy with one product
that does It all. Has
helped arthritis, chronic
pain, fibromyalgia, fa-
tigue, even cancer and
more. Low star up cost
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with honesty and integ-
rity: Four point group:
Free training, free
website, no selling, no
risk: http://
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ourpointmoms.com.
65 Help Wanted
LOOKING FOR
WRITER'S. Do you like to
write? The Telegraph has
openings for part or full
time reporters. Candidate
must have good com-
puter skills and a desire
to write. Please send
sample writings and re-
sume along with salary
requirements to: Bradford
County Telegraph, PO
Drawer A, Starke, Fl
32091.
LABOR FOR CONTRAC-
TOR must have drivers
license with good driving
record & skills. Call 352-
485-1082.
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a pay raise in 2005?
Roehl drivers are! Van
drivers- up to .39 plus
bonus. Flatbed drivers-
up to .41 plus bonus, plus
tarp. Up to $2,000 sign on
bonus. Students wel-
come. Class A required."
EOE, call Roehl, "The
take home more, be
home more carrier." $$$
8$00-626-4915 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
WRANGLER, Full time po-
sition. Exp w/horses re-
quired. Camp Keystone.
Contact Pam 352-473-
3258
SUMMER COOK, 40 hrs.
wk, 6 days a wk. Food
handlers certificate, grill
and cooking exp re-
quired. Contact Pam 352-
473-3258 I
GASTON'S TREE SER-
VICE. INC. Is seeking
top climber positions with
a minimum of 2 years
experience, climber train-
ees, heavy equipment
operators with CDL for
year round work and top
pay. A clean DL is a must.
Call 352-378-5801.
PARA/SECRETARIALSer-


vices: Assistance in filling
out self-help colUrt forms
and other secretarial ser-
vices. Notary 368-462- -
8545 appointment.
FAST-PACED. Thrill-a-
minute. Bursting with po-
tential as a manager
working with an indepen- -
dent McDonalds fran-
chise inAlachua,-Fl. You'll
experience it all. Find out
how managing a multi-
million dollar restaurant
can take your career full
speed ahead. Call Mike,
Lisa, or Paul at 386-755-
2475 or 386-462-1187 to
set up an interview or fax
resume to 386-755-2435
PROFESSIONAL DRIV-
ERS, $1000 new hire bo-
nus for experienced driv-
ers. Call about dry bulk
and flatbed positions at '.
our Newberry terminal.
866-300-8759.
EXPERIENCED MASON
WANTED to .work in
Gainesville area. Call
352-376-5314, Mon -Fri
8am to 5pm;
LUMBER GRADER, Great "
South Timber & Lumber,
Ihc., is accepting applica-
tions for Certified Souther
Yellow Pine hijmer rad .
ers Please apply in per.
son or call 386-752-3774
for an appointment.
AVON INDEPENDENT
Sales Represeniative
Always ruling Free rain-
ing and group support,
earn extra income Start
Today $15t total inves-
mernl.Call904-964.8851
HAIR DRESSER 01 aroer';
wanted at O'Hair: Call
Laura'at 888-535-3446.
$1380 WEEKLY, guaran-
teedl Stuif envelopes r
FT/PT no experience
necessary.. For. more in-
formation call '386-462-
9301 '
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even $100 or more in as
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WHITEHEAD BROS., INC./LAKE CITY LOGISTICS, INC.
OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching
that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
i., Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
Cross Blue Shield medical and dental insurance.
Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
i record.
CALL JIM OR DEBBIE LAWRENCE AT
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HOME EVERY NIGHT &
WEEKEND GUARANTEED
No Touch Freight
85% Preloaded/Pretarped
Avg. $888 $1018/week
Jacksonville, FL Terminal
Sunday Callers Welcome
CDL-A req'd. 877-428-5627
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LAKi CITY

Nur g Progr Adjunct Insiuctors Needed
SummerA/B 2005
Patient Care Assistant Program: Part time instructor for
clinical/lab 200 hours total between May 9 and July 15.
Must have FL RN license and 2 years recent experience in
acute or long term care. (1 position)
Practical Nursing Program: Clinical instructor three
days per week between May 9 and July 28. Must have FL
RN license and 2 years recent experience in acute or long
term care. BSN and teaching experience preferred 12
Positions)
Practical Nursing Program: Clinical instructor one day
per week between May 9 and July 2S. Must ha\e FL RN
license and 2 years recent experience in acute or long term
care. BSN and teaching experience preferred. (1 Posion)
Registered Nursing Program- Mental Health Course:
Clinical instructor one day wr week (Friday). between
June 10 and July I at North East Flonda State Hospital
Must have FL RN license, BSN and 2 y)ers recent
experience in related area. MSN and teaching experience
preferred. (3 Positions)
Body Structure and Function Course PRN 0080:
Instructor for one semester course covering the normal
human body structure and functions. Emphasis on major
systems. Lab time included. Monday through Thursday
8:30-10:45 a.m. between May 9 and June 27. BS degree in
related field r hired. Teaching experience preferred. (I
Position). Contact Robbie Carson ,@386.754.4304, or
email carsonr@lakecitycc.edu, fpr details.
Persons interested in adjunct positions must submit a,
College application and should provide photocopies of
transcripts. All foreign transcripts/degrees must be
submitted with an official translation and evaluation.
Applications available on web al: www.lakecitycc.edu.
Lake City Community College is accredited by the
Commission On Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools.
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Assclate Degree Nursing PriMgr
Full-time TeOurediTrack Peslien
II l98Dutynas L
MSN in Nursing, State of Florida Licensed RN, or license
eligible, and 3 years experience in acute care adult health
nursing or long term care as a staff nurse. Ability to
conduct the learning experience in the classroom,
laboratory and/or clinical area Prepare for instruction
(syllabi, lesson plans. less. recommended course offering
sequence, faculty assignments i Computer literate
Open until filled Revie% of applications to begin May 16.
2005.
Associate 8 1Prhf0r
Assciate Degree Practical Nursing Prfgnm
FulH-m Tenured Track PsiltleU
228DutyDays
BSN in Nursing. State of Flonda Licensed RN or license
eligible and 3 years expenence in acute care adult health
nursing as a staff nurse. Abiliry to conduct the learning
experience in the classroom, laboratory and/or clinical
area Prepare for instruction Isyllabi. lesson plans. lests,
recommend course offering sequence, faculty
assignments.) Computer literate
Open unul filled Re.ew of applications to begin May 16,
2005
Persons interested should provide application. ilta. and
photocopies of tran_ripLs Position details and applicatons
available on web at www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquires:.
Human Resources Development
Lake City Communirt College
149 SE College Place. Lake Cilty. FL 32025-2007
Phone 386- 754 4314, Fa\' 386754 459-
E-mail: boettcherg@lakecityce.edu
Lake City Community College is accredited by the
Commission On Colleges of the Southern Association of
Colleges and Schools,.
VPIADAMJEAEO COLLEGE IN EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT


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try level positions, will
train. 1st & 2nd shift avail-
able. Full time, good
beneifts. DFWP. Call
352-473-4984.
LAUNDRY/MAINTE-
NANCE position. Super-
vise, coordinate daily pro-
duction and provide pre-
ventive maintenance in
dry cleaning plant. Must
have valid DL, excellent
attendance & punctuality
record. Applications at
New Method, 311 N
Temple, Starke. NO
PHONE CALLS!
PRODUCTION WORK-
ERS needed for fast
paced growing company,
apply in person 9am to
4pm, Mon Fri @ 10d858
SE SR 221, Hampton.
Call for directions 352-
468-2455.
NURSERY HELP needed,
weed pulling, pot filling,
etc. FT $6.50 per hour to
start. Apply at US Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
of Hampton on CR325.
EXPERIENCED SMALL
engine mechanics
needed. Apply at Curtis
Parts & Service, 305 E
Brownlee St, Starke.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSIS-
TANT for accounting of-
fice- Experience in AP,
AR, full time, benefits,
DFWP. Call 352-473-
4984.
COUNTER/CUSTOMER
service position. Must be
bondable with good at-
tendance and punctuality
records. Applications
available at New Method
Cleaners, 311 N Temple;
Starke. NO PHONE
CALLS!
TELLER- PARTTIME,
Florida Credit Union has
a PT teller position avail-
able at 'our Starke
Branch. Experience with
-high volume cash han-
dling, maintaining cash
drawer, balancing, cross-
selling ability, and cus-
tomer service expense is
required. Prior credit
union/bank expenence is
a plus. We offer
comepitive salary. incen-
tives, and excellent ben-
efits. Slop oy our branch
at 1371 South Wainu lo
complete an application
or send resume to:
Florida Credit Union.
Attn: HRITLR, PO Box
5549, Gainesville, FL
32627. Fax: 352-264-
- 2661, or email:
krose@ficu org. M/IF/DN.
EOE, Drug Free Work
Place ___


TIRED OF COMMUTING
to Gainesville or Jack-
sonville? Professional
Environmental Consult-
ant seeks an office assis-
tant. Must have word pro-
cessing experience, or-
ganizational skills, docu-
ment preparation, and
some knowledge of excel
and accounting software
required. Pleasant work
.environment. Salary
based on experience,
($10 to $13/hr). Typing
test will be required.
Please fax or send re-
sume to: AASI, 106 Am-
bient Airway, Starke, Fl
32091. 904-964-6675.
CONSTRUCTION
HELPER needed, Jack-
sonville area. Drivers li-
cense and transportation
required. Call 904-529-
7755 for more info.
PAINTERS NEEDED,
some experience re-
quired, local travel. Apply
in person at ACS, 7200
SE US 301, Hawthorne,
Fl. 352-481-0008.
APPLICATIONS ARE
NOW being accepted for,
kitchen utility/dishwasher.
Full time position. Apply
Penney Retirement Com-
munity 800-638-3138 or
284-8200, Drug free
Work Place and EOE.
KPG Investments/ Krystal,
a leader in quick service
restaurants, is now ac-
cepting applications for
crew members up to $7
per hour and shift man-
agers up to $10 per hour
(based upon experience/
must work flexible hours
) apply in person at our
Starke location, 564 N
Temple Ave. (US 301)
EOE..
FLOOR TECHNICIAN 40/
WK, I yr experience, rate
neg, experience with
hard-floor care and car-
pet cleaning. Ability to


work with elderly resi-
dents in Christian retire-
ment community. Good
benefits. Apply Penney
Retirement Community
800-638-3138 or 284-
8200, Drug free Work
Place and EOE.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR,
Bradford County is cur-
rently accepting-applica-
tions for two OPS posi-
tions for equipment op-
erators for operating
heavy equipment, and
other duties that may be
assigned from time to
time. All applicants must
have a valid Florida
driver's license, CDL
(class B) preferred. Sal-
ary will be based on the
applicants qualifications.
Applications may be
turned in or mailed to the
Bradford County Road
department at 812B N
Grand St, Starke, FI
32091. The deadline for
accepting applications is
4pm., Tuesday, May 17,
2005. Application forms
may be picked up at the'
road department. The
county reserves the right
to reject any or all appli-
cation. Equal Opportunity
Employer.
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pumps, lift slatlons comrn-
pressors, blowers and
other associated equip-
ment pertinent to these
operations. Applicant


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rent Florida Driver's .li-
cense and if selected for
employment, will be sub-
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criminal background
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City provides a competi-
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same address.
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license and 2 years recent experience in
acute or long term care. BSN and
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Nursing Programs: Human Patient
Simulator (HPS) Lab faculty 20
hours/week (16 Weeks). Must have
BSN, FL RN license and 2 yearsrecent
experience in acute care. Develop
computer scenarios for teaching nursing
students clinical skills and critical
thinking. MSN and teaching experience
preferred. (I Position)
Registered Nursing Program: Clinical
faculty for 20 hours/week (16 weeks).
Must have BSN, FL RN license and 2
years recent experience in acute care.
MSN and teaching experience preferred.
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carsonr'@lakecitycc.edu, or (386)754-
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149 SE College Place, Lake CitN FL
32025
LCCC is accredited by the Commission
On Colleges of the Southern
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Beglnning Jue221,215
ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY: Requires Master's
degree with 18 graduate hours in discipline. Daytime
instructor, MTWR 8-10 AM.
Contact: Paula Cifuentes @386-754-4260 or e-mail:
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edu
Beginning August 22.2005
ANATOMY and PHYSIOLOGY: Requires Master's
degree with 18 graduate hours in discipline. Day and night
instruclor, needed -
toniact Paula Cifuenies @386-754-4260 or e-mail.
cifuentesp@ilakecitycc edu
MATHEMATICS:
* College level mah insiruciurs for college algebra-and
math for liberal arts requires master's degree with 18
graduate hours in discipline Da., and night instructors
needed.
* Preparatory level math instructors Requires minimum of
bachelor's degree. Day and night instructors needed.
Contact: Paula Cifuentes @f 386.754.4260 or e-mail.
cifuentesp@lakecitycc.edu ,
SOCIOLOGY: Requires master's degree with 18
graduate hours in discipline Night instructor needed.
Contact Se.n McMahon @,3S6-754-4293 or email:
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TEACHER PREPARATION ACADEMn: Requires
master's degree with 18 graduate hours in education. Music
have been teaching in a school distncit within last two
years. National Board Cenificanon preferred Contact-
Tracy Hickman @ 386-754-4324 or e-mail:
hickmnant@lakecitycc.edu
Persons interested in adjunct positions must submit a
College application and should provide photocopies of
transcripts All foreign transcripts/degrees must be
submitted itth an official translation and evaluation.
Applications available on web at v,.w..lakecitrcc.edu
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Features and Sports

Section C: Thursday, May 12, 2005 Telegraph *- Times- -Monitor




Marie Thornton is Bradford's SRE of the Year


By ARNIE HARRIS
Telegraph Staff Writer


* For nearly 30 years Marie
Thornton has been an
indispensable -employee of
Starke Elementary.
- In her role as administrative
secretary, her responsibilities
have included payroll,
-bookkeeping, handling
purchase orders and checking in
supplies. That is, of course,
'when she's not busy recording
faculty and staff attendance,
securing substitute teachers
when necessary and processing
the paperwork for student field
trips.
However, Thornton was most
proud, she said, of getting
educational --supplies to the
teachers.
"The students are the most


important people, and making It has been this tireless Elementary as well as in all of-
sure that their teachers get the dedication that recently earned Bradford County.--
materials they need to educate Thornton the honor of being S t a-r lke Elementary's
them is the primary-thflg,-saidc_chosen School-Related principal, Randy Whytsell,
Thornton. Em ploeeoT-eTinear-at Starke- uld not have more


enthusiastically endorsed the
choice.
"I can think of nothing but
good things to say about her. In
a very real sense she's like a


mother and a grandmother to
the faculty and the children,"
said Whytsell. "Besides being
See SRE, p. 2C


UC to host
summer girls'
basketball
league
A 3-on-3 basketball league
-will take place this summer for
girls in sixth-12th grades at the
Union County High School
gym.
The league w ill play during
;the last three weeks of June and
:the second week of July. 10
:a.m.-noon. Mondays-Fridays.
.The first hour of each day will
be devoted to practice and the
-second hour to games.
:. A tournament on Thursday,
_July 14, will cap the season.
,.!- Girls who participate, at a
,cost of $25 each, will each
receive a reversible jersey and a
trophy upon completion of the
season.
For more information, please
call Perrn Da\is at (386) 496-
4378.


Friday is last -
day to sign up-
for Starke T-
ball, softball
- Registration is currently
under vway for the Starke
Recreation Department summer
T-ball/softball season, with
children having until Friday,
May 13. to sign up.
There will be three leagues
based on age range: T-ball (4-
5). small fry (6-8) and junior (9-
12). A child is placed in the
appropriate league based on
how old he or she is on
Monday. June 6.
^The fee is $30 and each child
will receive a T-shirt, cap and
trophy.
Parents should not expect a
child to be placed on the same
team as another child in
particular unless-the children in
question are brothers or sisters.
A request may be made on the
registration card for team
placement, but do not depend
on the request being honored.
Games are- played in the
mornings (8:30, 9:30, 10:30)
Mondays-Fridays and are
scheduled to begin June 6. T-
ball games are on Mondays and
Wednesday. while the
department attempts to schedule
small fry games on Tuesdays
and Thursdays and junior
games on Wednesdays and
Frida.s. Schedules, however.
vary according to the total
number of teams in each league.
Clinics for each league will
be held following the
conclusion of the registration
period. The small fry and junior
clinics are scheduled for
Monday and Tuesday, May 16-
17. The small fry clinics are 3-
3"45 p.m. and the junior clinics
ate 3:45-4:30 p.m.
"T-ball clinics are scheduled
for Monday and Tuesday, May
23-24. The clinics for 4-year-
olds are 3-3:30 p.m. and the
clinics for 5-ear-olds are 3:30-
4 p.m.
'Team assignments are done
on the last days of the clinics.
T-shirts, caps and schedules
may be picked up at the
recreation department office in
the old armory on Monday,
May 30.
"Parents should also note that
they should have their children
at the Pratt Street ball field on
June 6 for team pictures, even if
they do not plan on-purchasjng
pictures. Refer to team
schedules for picture times.


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Starke business just might be your cup of tea


Virginia Autry pours tea for Sandra Bates.


SRE


Continued from p. 1C

the sweetest, nicest person and
a woman of deep faith, she
willingly puts' in extra hours
and takes work home with her if
necessary."
After her graduation from
Union County High School.
Thornton got married-a union
still going strong 'after 49
years-and had four children
within a relatively short period
of time.
When her children were all
finally in school, Thornton
embarked on the next phase of
her life by taking and
completing a secretarial course
at Bradford-Union Vo-Tech in
1970. From there she took a
job at Bradford Middle School
as a teacher's aide..
Her first year was spent
basically in the role of
substitute teacher, and the next
five as a general office worker --
at the school.
In 1976, she transferred to
Starke Elementary School as an
administrative secretary and has
been in that position .until
recently) hen she took partial
retirement. She now comes to
the school on Fridays, but will
be there on any other day her
services are needed.
In her 29 years at Starke
Elementary, she has worked
under eight principals, all of
'whom she sincerely described as
"wonderful." and with whom.
she said, it %was easy to adapt to
their individual administrative
styles.
Asked how she will spend
her retirement time, Thornton
said that besides enjoying her
nine grandchildren, she loves
cooking and reading. Also, she
is the children's director and
Sunday school teacher at Pine
Level Baptist Church. She
credits her deep, abiding faith,
%% ith helping her weather recent
personal tragedies.
Finally, Thornton said that
she intends to return to the
school to do volunteer reading
with the students, which seems
fitting, as it would bring her full
circle to the classroom where,
she began her career more than
three decades ago.


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer.
It seemed a perfect setting for
mothers and their daughters as
they celebrated Mother's Day in
Starke.
Skirted tables, which were
adorned with china cups and
saucers, sat in rooms in which
the walls were adorned with
hats, mirrors and old portraits.
Soothing piano music played
throughout the building, which
had a serenity that belied the
activity going on in the kitchen.
The food enjoyed by these
mothers and daughters
consisted of soup, quiche,
sorbet, scones and other
goodies-all made .on the
premises and accompanied by
pots of hot tea.
It's that kind of setting
Virginia Autry felt Starke, and
all of Bradford County, was
missing-a "special" place to
celebrate not just Mother's Day,
but any occasion. Thus Autry
created the Strawberry Tea
Room, which, will celebrate its
one-year anniversary in August.
The tea room is located on
Adkins Street in a pink house
across from the Starke
Recreation Department and,
judging from some people's


Marie Thornton, who has worked at Starke Elementary
School for 29 years, was named Bradford County's
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reactions, is quite different from
any-other place in town.
"A lot of people come in and
go, 'Oh, gosh, I can't believe
.AI'm in Starke.'" Autry said.
"I'm like, 'Ok, I'll take that as a
compliment.'"
The tea room is making
impressions on people from out
of the area, as well.
"We're getting customers
every day from out of town,"
Autry said. "That gives me a
chance to brag about my
birthright and what we have to
offer here. We're not just about
strawberries."
Of course, since Bradford
County is associated with
strawberries, Autry chose the
berry when it came to naming
the tea room. The name also
preserves the memory Autry
has of playing in her father's
strawberry patches as a little
girl.
Autry was born in Starke,
raised in Lawtey and now
resides on Hampton Lake.
Bradford County is her home
and it was there she wanted to
open her business, though she
knows she could find a more
suitable location if she was
monetarily driven.
However, Autry's sole
purpose in opening the tea room
-is-not to, get rich. Rather, it's.the
reward of 'seeing* people
enjoying themselves -aid having
a great time-together."
"That's what takes me to the
bank," she said.
And people do enjoy
themselves, though it ma. take
them a little \ while. Some people
seem to be a little intimidated
when they view their
surroundings upon walking.
through the door of the tea
room, Autry said. They see the
tea room as a place where they
have to practice proper
etiquette.
"It's not about etiquette, it's
about enjoying yourself," Autry
said.-"I find out people have a
good time once they relax a
little bit."
For Autry, there's no better
way .to relax than sitting down
with a cup of hot tea,.

Autry is no 'bag' lady
At least that's. what she says
about herself. She does sell
some high-quality bagged teas
at the tea room's gift shop, but
most of the tea she,sells',is of
StielaMde-leaf vafi&ty.',"'ie tea i
room menu consist' of 2'
different loose-leaf teas.,
including several varieties of


Three rooms in the Strawberry Tea Room are named
after owner Virginia Autry's sisters. Above is a
glimpse of the Terri Lynn room.


green and black teas, that are
served hot.
Some people who look at the
menu don't know what to make
of the different teas listed so
they' ask for a simple glass of
iced sweet tea. Autry will serve
a couple of her teas on ice that
will best approximate the drink
that is so prevalent not only in
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That popular beverage was
once the only type of tea Autry
drank. She even drank that
same tea hot with honey and
lemon added to it whenever she
was sick as a child.
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working as a nurse in home care
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patients wanted to sit down
with her and share a cup of tea
with her. That's when Autry's
fascination with hot tea began.
"I'm not so sure that it was
the flavor of the 'tea," Autry
said. "It was more of the
comfort that was there and just
slowing down with the world
going on around us. For that
moment, it was just the two of
us in the world. It was very
enjoyable."
The experience spurred Autry
into buying every book she
could find on tea. She has
attended the World Tea Expo
several times, including the one
held earlier this year in Las
Vegas. Autry attended eight
seminars at this year's expo that
covered such topics as how to
establish one's self as a tea
educator and marketing the
health benefits of tea.
Despite her efforts, Autry
said she doesn't claim to know
everything about tea. She's still
trying to learn as much as she
can.
"I don't claim to be a tea
expert at all," she said. "I'm a
student of tea."
Autry may be a student, but
she is also a teacher. She
teaches tea classes every two to
three months at the tea room,
giving students the basics on
brewing and what types of teas
are available. Students leave
with a tea pot and an infuser,
which holds the loose tea
leaves. They also gain an
appreciation and excitement for
hot tea as judged by the
comments Autry receives from
them.


"They come up and they're
very excited that they've been
having tea at their house,
entertaining their friends and
just having that nice, quiet-time
cup of tea by themselves,"
Autry said.
Autry has turned family
members onto hot tea as well,
saying they're not strictly a
"sweet-tea-at-dinner crowd"
anymore.
Whether they drink hot tea or
not, family members have been
very supportive of Autry since
she quit nursing to pursue
opening her own business.
All in the family
Autry is always surrounded
by members of her family at the
tea room, whether or not they
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the rooms are named after
Autry's sisters: Terri Lynn,
Audrey Inez and Esther Grace.
A children's room is named
Taylor's Room in honor of
Autry's sons, Scott and Josh
Taylor.
Also, the gift shop is named
"The Abbie" after Autry's
mother, who lent her creative
touches to the tea room by
making the table skirting and
draperies.
Autry's husband, Bobby,
does not liave a room named
after him, but he was the one
who gave Autry a nudge when
she started getting cold feet
about going through with
opening the tea room.
Autry originally had another
piece of property in mind for
the tea room, but negotiations
on that property fell through.
Thinking the tea room was no
longer a possibility, Autry was
resigned to reenter the
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Bradford rallies, defeats


Keystone for district title


THE DROUGHT IS OVER! Bradford had gone six years without winning a district
championship before this year's team defeated Keystone Heights 3-2 in eight innings
to claim the District 4-3A trophy.


Another late rally sends


Tornadoes to semifinals


* Ryan O'Neal, one
of the heroes in the
district final, drives
in the winning run
against Episcopal.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
The Bradford baseball team
seems to be perfecting the art of
rallying in the seventh inning.
After the Tornadoes rallied in
the seventh to eventually defeat
Keystone Heights in extra


innings to win the District 4
championship, they came back
and put together' another rally, to
defeat visiting Episcopal 2-1 in
a Region I-Class 3A
quarterfinal game on Tuesday.
Bradford (20-8) scored both
of its runs in the seventh inning
to advance to Friday's regional
semifinals, where the
Tornadoes will host either
Florida High or Pensacola
, Catholic.,
The Tornadoes were having
little success against
Episcopal's starting pitcher, but
Episcopal, entering the bottom
half of the seventh with a 1-0
lead, made a switch on the


mound. That worked out well
for Bradford.
Derek Saucer led off the
inning by reaching on an error.
Cole Rhoden drew a walk after
working 'the count full before
John Sanford was hit by the
first pitch he saw.
That loaded the bases with
one out when Lance Griffis
drove in Saucer with the tying
run.
Drew Jackson was
intentionally walked, bringing
Ryan O'Neal to the plate.
O'Neal was the batter who
drove in the game-tying runs in
See REGION, p. 5C


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A season with great
expectations ended in another
first-round exit from the
regional playoffs for the
Keystone Heights softball team,
which lost 7-0 to West Nassau
in a Region I quarterfinal game
on May 5 in Femriadi-na Beach.
, Keystone (20-7), which
managed just six hits in two
games in the district
tournament, had only one-hit
against West Nassau pitcher
Katie Lawrence, who struck out
14 batters. That hit was
delivered by Nikki Baxter in the
fifth inning.
The Indians had two base
runners that inning as Kellie
Spaulding was able to reach on
an error, but,Lawrence struck
out two of three batters to retire
the side.
It was the second straight
season in which the Indians lost
in the regional quarterfinals.
Last year's team won 23 games
and its district, but Keystone
head coach Kathy,- Smith
admitted the iidiains had higher
expectations for this year's
team which lost only one player
from last season to graduation;
However, Keystone suffered
some key injuries this season in
which it finished as district
runner-up. Third baseman Angii
Fiancis-Verbeelen never played
because she was rehabbing a
knew injury she sustained'
during soccer season and lead-
off hitter Donna Wheeler was
also lost to a knee injury. .
Also, both of the team's
pitchers had injuries to contend


with. Mary Anne McCall did
not play in the district
tournament and would not have
been available at all in the
postseason after sustaining a
concussion.. Kasey Fagan was
battling through an existing
shoulder injury that limited her
effectiveness.
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the seventh inning
before going on to
win in the eighth.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Jonathan Duncan got the job
done as a relief pitcher in the
top of the eighth, then delivered
the game-winning RBI in the
bottom of the inning as the
Bradford baseball team
defeated Keystone Heights 3-2
to win the District 4-3A
championship on May 6 in
Alachua.
"He's a three-year starter,"
Bradford, head coach Shane
McFadyen said of Duncan. "To
tell you the truth, I expect that
kind of performance oui of
him."
Duncan's eighth-inning
single scored Jason Smyth to
gije the- Tornadoes, who
defeated Episcopal in a Region
I quarterfinal game on Tuesday
(see related story), their first
district championship since
1998.
"It feels great," McFadyen
said. "I feel real good for these
kids. This is a special group for
me."
McFadyen is in his third year
as head coach and fourth year
overall as a coach with the
team. He has been with the
seniors throughout their careers
and he said theii goal was to


eventually win the district.
Two of those seniors helped
make it happen with clutch hits.
Bradford, was trailing 2-0
heading into the bottom of the
seventh when Ryan O'Neal,
who was 2-for-3, hit a two-RBI
single to send the game into
extra innings. His hit scored
Derek Saucer and John Sanford,
who each reached on singles.
Keystone gave itself a great
opportunity' in, the top of the
eighth when Wil Breton led off
the inning with a double off of
Bradford starting pitcher Evan
Denmark. Duncan then entered
the game, picking off Breton at
second and striking out two
batters to end the inning.
The Tornadoes then led off
their half of the eighth the same
way Keystone began its half.
Lead-off batter Smyth, after
taking the first pitch for a strike,
hit a double. Saucer was
intentionally walked, putting
Duncan at the plate. Duncan
singled and Smyth was able to
make it around the bases for the
winning run.
That saddled Keystone
pitcher Blake Lott, who went'
the distance, with the loss. Lott
(6-2) held the Tornadoes to just
two hits in the first six innings,
but Bradford had five in 'the


final two.
"Blake Lott is a heck of a
pitcher and did a great job,"
McFadyen said.
The Indians scored both of
their runs early, with Lott
scoring the first.
Lott hit a double in the first
inning, which allowed him to
later score on a single by
Breton., In the third, Tyson
Paulk reached on a double,
moved to third on a sacrifice by
Lott and scored on an error.
Keystone could've given Lott
more run support, but the
Indians left 10 runners stranded
on base.
Breton and Lott, who had two
doubles, led the Keystone
batters. Each went 2-for-4.
The Indians (14-11) played at
Bolles in a regional quarterfinal
game on Tuesday (result not
known at press time).
The regional semifinals will
be played Friday, May 13.
Bradfoid will host either
Florida High or Pensacola
Catholic. If Keystone advances,
it would either travel to play
Pensacola West Florida or host
Su% annee.
Teams will play for the
Region 1 championship on
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Welch and Huffman to wed,


Donald and Beverly Welch
of Brooker announce the
upcoming marriage of their
daughter, Rebekah Charlene
Welch of Atlanta, to Peter
Chris Kevin Huffman of
Atlanta, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth L. Huffman of
Charlotte, N.C.
The bride-elect is a 1995.
graduate of Union County
High School and a 1999
graduate of the University of
Florida. She earned a master's
degree in social work in 2001
from the University of Central
Florida.
The groom-elect is a 1992
graduate of Lakeside High
School in Augusta, Ga. and a
.1996 graduate of the
University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill. He earned a
doctorate degree in optometry
from the New England College
of Optometry in 2001.
The wedding will take place
at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 14,


Austin and,
Smith to wed
Reta Fay Austin of Starke
and David Scott Smith of
Vienna, Ga. announce their
upcoming marriage.
The bride-elect is the
daughter of the late Amy and
Hughey Austin. She is
employed at Food Lion in
Starke and is a Member of
Highland First Baptist Church.
The groom-elect is the son
of the late David Smith and
Mona Smith of Rochelle, Ga.
He is employed with
Southeastern Frozen Food.
The wedding will take place
Saturday, May 14, 2005, at 1
p.m. at Highland First Baptist
Church.
A reception will follow the
ceremony.
All family and friends are
invited.

Register now
for Neyati
The staff of Girl Scout Camp
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registrations for the day camp
set for the week of June 6-10.
The five-day camp will be at
Gold Head State Park near
Keystone Heights again this
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Peter Chris Kevin Huffman
and
Rebekah Charlene Welch

2005, at the Conner Hay Farm
in Brooker;.
A reception will
immediately follow the
ceremony.
All family and friends are
invited.


Girls entering the first
through sixth grades in the fall
are encouraged to register for
the camp.
Sports and drama badges or
try its will be included in the
activities. Swimming and
crafts will be offered each day.
Registered Girl Scouts will
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Lunch is included in the fee.
Bus pickup in Lake Butler and
Starke is also provided.
For further information and
to register contact director Kim
Braddy at 386-496-1384 or Sue
Hart at 1-866-868-6307.


Class of 1990
plans reunion
The Bradford High School
(BHS) class of 1990 is
planning its 15-year reunion.
Contact either Mike Ripplinger
at 386-496-0042 or Teresa
Bassett Swenson at 904-777-
9372 and provide updated
information.
A reunion planning meeting
is planned for Friday, May 13,
at 6:30 p.m. at the new
Oriental Buffet restaurant in
Starke in the old Winn Dixie
shopping center.
Class members are urged to
attend if they are interested in
helping organize the reunion.


Faulkner to
celebrate
100th birthday
Mary Elizabeth Faulkner of
Starke will celebrate her 100th
birthday on May 10, 2005.
Born in Crab Orchard, Ky.,
Miss Faulkner moved to Starke
in 1925: She earned her BS
from the University of Florida
and taught school for more than
30 years, retiring from Lawtey
Elementary School. She has
been a member of the Starke
Church of God for 20 years.
Although she never married
and had no children of her own,
Miss Faulkner has been closely
involved in the lives of her 75
nieces and nephews, great-nieces
and -nephews and great-great-
nieces' and -nephews.
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Miss Faulkner on Saturday, May
14, from 2-4 p.m. at the Starke
Church of God on US-301 N in
Starke.
Family and friends are invited.

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Betty Warren Memorial Scholarship at a meeting of the Col. Samuel Elbert Chapter,
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, which was also attended by
Jeff and John Warren, sons of the late Betty Warren. Pictured are: (front row, from
left) John Warrenj Susan Lucas (local DAR member), Jeff Warren, Juanita Hardy
(Betty Warren's best friend), (back row, from left) Jean Mann (DAR state regent),
Linda Warren (John's wife), Morgan's daughter Jennifer, Morgan, Laura Warren
(Jeff's daughter), Susan Warren (Jeff's wife), Mattie Taber, who started the local DAR
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MORGAN
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example of her life. Betty
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BMS girls are state runners-up


Bradford High School senior Milton Sumpter (seated,
center) signed a letter of intent to play football at Tri-
State University. Seated by Sumpter are his parents,
Judy and Milton Sr. Standing are Sumpter's sisters,
Kiki (left) and Crystal.



Bradford's


Sumpter to play


at Tri-State


By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Milton Sumpter will go from
being a member of the
Tornadoes to a member of the
Thunder when he enrolls at Tri-
State University after
graduating from Bradford High
School this month.
Sumpter, who played running
back for Bradford, will continue
to operate out of the backfield
for the Division III school,
which is located in Angola, Ind.
"It took me a long time to get
here through a lot of hard
work," Sumpter said. "I want to
thank God for giving me the
ability, I want to thank my
parents for letting me play and I
want to thank my coaches
because they taught me a lot,
even off the field."
Bradford head coach Chad
Bankston said Sumpter will
bring leadership qualities and' a


hard-work ethic to the Tri-State
team, as well as his athletic
ability.
"I think it's a great
opportunity (for Sumpter),"
Bankston said. "Not only is he
getting to further his education,
but he gets to continue to play
football. I think he's going to
do real well at the next level.
He's a hard worker and a tough
football player."
Sumpter said he enjoyed
talking to Tri-State, whom he
described as being down to
earth, and he looks forward to
making an impact on a team
that won just two games last
season.
He's confident he can win the
starting job in the backfield,
saying there's really only one
person he has to compete
against for that spot.
"I'm just looking to go up
there, do some hard work and
See SUMPTER, p. 7C


* Bradford boys'
team places ninth out
of 28 schools.

By CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford Middle School's
girls' track and field team
finished as runner-up at the
Flrunners.com Middle School
State Championships this past
weekend in Clermont, winning
three events and totalling 10
top-five finishes.
The Hurricanes earned their
second-place status out of 23
schools.
"They performed above what
they've been doing all year,"
coach John Loper said.
Jennifer Smyth won both the
high jump and long jump with
distances of 5'0" and 16'5.5",
respectively. Both jumps were
personal records (PRs).
The 4x400m relay team also
placed first with a time of
4:24.80. The team was
comprised of Smyth, Emilie
Meng, Synteia Postway and
Lashika Bellamy.
Postway, Amanda
Yarbrough, Samantha- Steffan
and Courtney Cragg. teamed up
to finish third in the 4x800m
relay with a time of 11:26.95.
. Smyth earned two third-place
finishes. She ran the 100m in a
time of 12.99 seconds-a
PR-and ran the 400m in a time
of 1:02.42.
Also, Tiesha Bellamy took
third in the discus with a PR of
62'6.5".
Lashika Bellamy earned a
fourth-place finish in the long
jump with a PR of 14'11.5" and
Cragg was fourth in the 800m
with a PR of 2:36.
Lashika Bellamy also took
fifth in the 200m with a PR of
27.50 seconds, while the
4xl00m relay team of Christina
Jordan, Postway, Shay Wanton
and Courtney Jamison was fifth
with a time of 54.77 seconds.
Other BMS girls' results
were: high jump-Lashika
Bellamy 4'2" (PR, sixth place),
Caitlin Wade 3'8" (16th);


100m-Lashika Bellamy 13.91
(seventh), Jamison 14.22 (10th);
200-Jamison 29.29 (13th);
1500-Steffan 5:33 (PR, 13th).
The boys' team from
Bradford finished the state meet
in ninth place. Bradford
competed with 27 other teams.
"We had a lot of good
performances, not just enough
of them," Loper said.
A couple of those good
performances came from Jawan
Jamison, who won both the
100m and 200m. He finished
those races in times of 11.60
and 24.17 seconds, respectively.
His 200m time was a PR.
Loper said Jamison
performed very well during
those races and' he was also
proud of the efforts of Robert
Boswell and Troy Harris, who
volunteered to run the 4x800m
relay so the Hurricanes could
field a team. The team, which
also. included Josh Cooper and
Seth Upthegrove, placed sixth
with a time of 11:11.
"It was quite the experience
for them," Loper said of
Boswell and Harris.
The 4x400m relay team of
Boswell, Cooper, Warren Lee
and Harris also took sixth place
with a time of 4:08.52. That
was the team's second-best time
of the season.
Jamison earned a seventh-
place finish in the long jump
6(17'1.5") and Upthegrove was
ninthh in the high jump (4'6").


Justin Hollingsworth was 11"h in
the 1500m (5:07).
The 4xl00m relay team,
which had to rely on an
"emergency" runner, was
disqualified after making a
baton exchange out of the zone,
Loper said. Despite the
inexperience of one of its
runners and the out-of-zone
exchange, Bradford still crossed
the finish line first.
With the season now over,
Loper is looking forward to
next year. The girls' team loses
three of its members to the high
school next year, while the
boys' team loses only one. That
leaves a lot of talent behind,


most of it consisting of soon-to-
be eighth-graders.
Loper is also excited about
the track and field teams at the
high school, both of which will
be "loaded" next year, he said.
"Track and field is on the rise
in Bradford County," Loper
said.
Loper said he wished to
express special thanks this
season to fellow BMS coaches
Jeff Ledger and Al Solano and
BHS coaches Solano, Jon
Alexander and Annie Williams.
He also wished to thank the
school district's bus drivers for
transporting the teams to away
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Outdoors

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By JOHN WHITFIELD
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Spending time in the
outdoors is becoming one of the
most popular activities in
America and that does not-
include just hunting and fishing.
Hiking, camping, nature study,
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Step outside
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largest club of hunting
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Americans with a terrific
opportunity to enjoy the
outdoors and spend time with
family and friends in natural
surroundings. They have much
to offer the sportsman in the
way of various types of target
shooting and outdoor activities.

National Wild Turkey
Federation
The NWTF has just been
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the U.S. Department 'of
Agriculture for use in
conservation qf turkey habi|,at
and- the education of hunters'
about wild turkey hunting.
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working with the hunters and
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future. They restock birds,.
restore habitat, teach and they
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after last year's hurricanes.
If you haven't checked out
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to many paralyzed and
wheelchair-bound sportsmen
who harvested their first-ever
deer under the Wheelin'
Sportsmen's guidance and care.


The 'Florida Wildlife'
magazine
This fantastic... wildlife
magazine is back! The April
2005 edition has just been
released and is a valuable
source of information for the
Florida sportsman. In fact, this
issue informs us that there will
be a three-day spring turkey
hunt in Holmes County next
spring! Now, that is real news.
W,ild turkeys virtually.
disappeared from Holmes
County, with the last hunting
allowed there in 1998. The
turkey is back and a healthy
population has been restored
with help from the NWTF and
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Conservation Commission.

Food plots, land care
This is an excellent time of
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and small-game animals and
birds. There are many specially
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and any other 'crop you are
trying to raise. According to a
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This is a good time of the
year to see deer in your back
yards all over the area as the
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Deer love these. I have seen
tracks right through residential
areas leading up to a ripe cherry
tree. This would be a good
opportunity for a photo. It takes
patience, but it's worth the wait.
And, you can also see the deer
that you "never saw during
hunting season!"
Enjoy the Outdoors!

4BaldlEag bass '
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Johns with 9.33 pounds.
The biggest bass award went
to T.J. Bernard and Chris
Thompson with a nice 8.59-
pounder.

Your story, photos
Feel free to send in (via e-
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and photos of your fishing trips
and hunting adventures. Please
include a brief recap of all the
relevant facts, such as time of
day, size of animal, size of gun,
shot, lure, decoy, boat... any
details that others would find
interesting. We are especially.
interested in youngsters, seniors


Milton Sumpter is
pictured with his
grandmother,
Gertrude
Covington.


Lake Geneva is
starting to
produce more
bass as Randy
McCord caught
this nice 5-pound
largemouth on
Saturday, May 7.







and anything unusual or really
exciting.
Please e-mail John Whitfield
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PO Box 1989, Keystone
Heights, FL 32656. Please
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Photos" are usually returned in
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-County Telegraph in Starke (on
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Community College Andrews%
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Monitor in Keystone (on SR-21
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SUMP TER
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Tuesday, May 17.

Semifinal results...
Termed a business-like
approach by McFadyen,
Bradford earned a berth in the
District 4 championship game
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McFadyen said he was proud
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Bradford pushed three more
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Griffis finished the game 2-
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Meanwhile, Keystone rallied
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the other semifinal game on
May 3.
Lott hit two doubles in that
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Comeau.
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The Indians also made all the'
plays they had to make
defensively ands' received a
"gutsy" performance from
Comeau on the mound, Mattpx
said. Comeau improved his
record to 7-2.


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