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Special graduation section inside this week 's edition


Class of 2006 ready


Prepari9g his troops.........


for final walk

BY JAMES REDMOND senior c
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class Secretary Jessica
The high school's
group will then present
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As their last official act as tne flags. lne riedge o
students at Union County High Allegiance will be led by
School, the senior class of senior class Treasurer Nicole
2006 will cross the stage to Bryant.
receive their diplomas Friday The National Anthem will
night. be sung by Tabitha Roberts.
On Friday, May 12, Assistant Principal Russell
beginning at 8 p.m., seniors Larramore will recognize the
will make their final walk on class' honor graduates.
the field in Tiger Stadium. As Salutatorian Holly Reed will
always, a special stage will be address the. class followed by
put in place to receive the Valervictorian Whitney
outgoing students. The Shannon. Senior class Vice-
ceremony will begin the President Stephanie Hopkins
processional of graduates and will then lead seniors in the
music played by the UCHS UCHS alma mater.
band. Superintendent Carlton
Senior class President Lesley Faulk will follow with his
Boyd will welcome everyone
in her opening speech. A GRAD, p. 3A
prayer will then be offered by See GRAD, P. 3A


Burn ban issued for UC


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
With a high drought index
and the lack of significant rain
in sight for the near future the
Union County Office of
Emergency Management has
issued a burn ban for the entire
county.
Resolution 06-01 declares a
S local state. of emergence and
places a ban on the use of
flares, explosives, sparklers or
other outdoor burning devices.
It also prohibits any burning
that is normally lawful.
During the ban the sale of or
use of fireworks is prohibited.
It also bans the use of any
flares or outdoor burning
devices. The exclusion to this
is the use of attended and
monitored barbeque or cooking
equipment. The burning of
lawn debris or any type of
open burning is prohibited.
This includes the burning of
trash in barrels.
OEM Director Doug York
said the ban is being put into
place because the county is
being proactive'.
"This measure has been put
into place in an effort to
prevent the types of situations
that have been seen in Volusia
and irevard County," York
said.
The ban states the county
recognizes that due to, the
current hot, dry and windy
conditions further measures are
required to protect the citizens


of Union County: It also states
that because the Florida
Division of Forestry's
resources are being engaged in
other parts of the state, the ban
is necessary.
Union County Senior Forest
Ranger Buddy Broughton
confirmed this.
"One of our local rangers
has beenwdeployed to Brevard
Count\, to help ~ ith thatt
situation," Broughton said.
"Though we have resources in
place, they're riot at the level
they would be normally. This
ban will help keep what
resources we have from being
overextended."
There is somewhat of an
unusual provision in the ban.
While it began immediately on
May 8, it only lasts for 30
days. Most bans are put into
place and are issued until
Further notice.
"This clause will force us to
look at the, situation on a
month-to-month basis," York
said. "Once we feel conditions
are safe, we will lift the ban."
York said the ban could be
lifted after just a short time.
"If we see that the situation
has changed and qualified
weather forecasting officials
inform us. that the drought
conditions have been reduced,
we will lift the ban prior to the
30 days being up,'! York said.


See BURN, p. 5A


Union County High School Head Football Coach Buddy Nobles talks to his players
during one of the first days of the spring football season. The team is getting
prepared to travel to Tallahassee to take on Florida High School and Port St. Joe High
School during the annual spring game. The game will'take place next Thursday, May
18, beginning at 7 p.m. Nobles said the practice timie'and game give coaches an idea
of what they have to look forward to in the fall. For more about spring practice, see
page 7C. For more pictures from the practice, see page 4A. Photo by Chapman
Photography.





New restaurant rising out of the

ashes of former lakeside eatery


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
If you've been down to the
lake to eat lately, you've
noticed that-Rhodes Barbeque
is no longer open.
On April 21, the eatery
closed its doors for the last
time to make way for ,new
owners. Maggi Dukes Wetzel
and 'Paolo Salvatore, partners
in the Butler Townhomes
venture, shut the restaurant
'down to transform it. When the
doors reopen, it will be known
as Butler's Seafood House and
Grille..
According to project
manager Richard Tillis, early
plans were to only renovate the


kitchen and bathrooms.
"But once we began the
project, we realized more work
would have to be done," Tillis
said.
He said not only has the
kitchen been renovated, but
redesigned as well. Gone are
the.small bathrooms of old. In
their place have been put large
facilities that will more than
meet the requirements of the
Americans with Disabilities
Act. The' floors are being
stripped and resurfaced. The
ceiling is being raised
approximately two 'feet. Even,
the way staff gets around has
been changed.
"We've redesigned the
kitchen and dish washing area


to allow better flow," Tillis
said. "A large window will
hold customers orders that will,
be' sent back to the kitchen
electronically through a
computer ordering system."
Gone are the booths that
once adorned the Lake Butler
landmark. According to Tillis,
the new restaurant will have
tables throughout;
"With tables in place,
customers and wait staff will
have better flow through the
entire building," he said.
So besides seafood, what
items does the eatery plan to
have on its menu? According

See BUTLER, p. 4A


UCSO seatbelt enforcement wave begins Sunday


The Florida Department of
Transportation in conjunction
%nith the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration
are joining forces with
national, state and local law
enforcement agencies to
increase safety belt use,
Among those least likelN to
buckle up are young males,
pickup truck drivers and their
passengers, people 'who live in
rural areas and nighttime
drivers. .
Although safety belt use
increased to a record 82
percent nationally in 2005, less
than 74 percent of drivers and
passengers observed in Florida
were' using their safety belts.
Even lower safety belt-usage
rates were recorded for pickup
truck occupants (less than 62
percent) and African American
males (51 percent in Florida.
Failure to regular\ use a
,safe.'i belt can be deadly.
During 2004 in Florida, 2,179
passenger vehicle occupants
died in traffic crashes and over


62 percent of those killed were
not using their safety belts at
the time of the crash.
That's why 'the Union
County Sheriff's Office
announced they are joining
with mfiore than 12,000 other..
state and local law
enforcement 'and highway)
safety ',officials for another.
aggressive national "Click It or
'Ticket" mobilization to
increase, safety belt use and
reduce fatalities on Florida's
roadways.
"Safety belts clearly save
lives. But unfortunately too
many. people in Florida still.
need a tough reminder, so we
are going to be out in full force
looking out for those who are
not buckled up," said Union
County Sheriff Jerry White.
"Remember, it doesn't matter


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Rotary selling
booth space
for July 4
The Lake Butler Rotary
Club is currently selling
booth space for this year's
July 4 celebration. The
event will be held on
Tuesday, 'July 4 at Lake side
park in Lake Butler. Booth
are $35 each. For more
information, contact Jennie
Reed at (386) 496-3333.



Series of
meetings to
focus on
preparation
The Union County Office
of Emergency Management
will host a series of
meetings that will focus on
disaster preparedness,
primarily for the upcoming
hurricane season. All
meetings will begin at 6:30
p.m. The first meeting will
be held at the Pasoecale
Lodge on S.R. 239 in the
Palestine area on May 18.
The Worthington Springs
Fire Department will be the
site of the meeting on May
23..On May 25. the Lake
Butler Commirnunity Center
will host the event. On May
30, the meeting will take
place in Providence at the
community center. The fifth
and final meeting will be
held on June 1 at the
Raiford Community Center.
For more information, call
(386) 496-4300.


Registration
begins for
dance classes
Registration for dance
classes will be held
Saturday, May 20, ,from.10
a.m.-1 p.m. at the Union
County High School dance
studio located behind the
band room. Kelly Christie
,Dance Academy will be
taking, applications from
children ages three and up.
For -more information,
contact Kelly Christie at
(386)i 496-8311 or (904)
364-6368.


Class of 2005
plans beach
trip
Members of the class of
2005 are planning a trip to
St. Augustine Beach on
Saturday, May 20. Those
interested in going are asked
to meet at Hardee's for a
9:30 a.m. departure time.
For more information, call
Kelsey Croft at (904) 364-
8410.


Normal Deadline is 5
p.m. Monday before
the Thursday
publication date.
Articles can be
submitted to the Times
office on Main Street in
Lake Butler or to the
Telegraph office (131
W. Gall St., Starke).
Phone 386-496-2261
or cal.904-964-6305 in
Starke.


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if it is day or night, click it or
you will get a ticket."
Regular safety belt use is the
single most effective way to
protect yourself, friends, and
loved ones from being injured
or dying in a motor vehicle
crash. When worn correctly,
safety belts have proven to
reduce the risk of fatal injury
to motor vehicle occupants.
'Safety belt saturation patrols
and other stepped-up law
enforcement activities will be
conducted during the national
"Click It or Ticket"
enforcement mobilization,
which runs May 14 through
June 4 in Florida.
"But it doesn't stop there,"
Whitehead said. "We will
continue .this life saving effort
long after the national
campaign ends. We'd much
rather write hundreds of tickets
throughout the year than have
to knock on one family's door
with the news that their loved
one didn't survive a crash
because they weren't wearing
their safety belt."
The mobilization is being
supported by national and state
advertisements encouraging
everyone in Florida,;: but
especially those that don't use
their safety, belts, to always
buckle up.
"Too many people still have
the attitude that it will never
happen to them. But fatal
crashes can and do happen
every day. So we will be out
showing zero tolerance for
anyone, not buckled up," said
Whitehead.
The FDOT offered these
facts about seatbelt use:
Regular safety belt use is
the single most effective way
to. protect people and reduce
fatalities in motor .vehicle
crashes.
Although safety belt use
increased to a' record 82
percent nationally in' 2005, less
than 74 percent of drivers and
Passengers observed in Florida
were using their safety belts.
Even lower safety belt usage
rates were recorded for pickup
truck occupants (less than 62
percent) and African American
males (51 percent) in Florida. ,
o Filiei'o t'dgudarly use a-
safety belt can be deadly..'
During 2004 in Florida, 2,179'.
passenger vehicle occupants
died in traffic crashes and over
62 percent of those killed were
not using their. safety belts at
the time of the crash.
o According to the NHTSA,
31,693 passenger vehicle
occupants died in traffic
crashes during '2004 in the
United States and 55 percept of
those killed. were not using
their safety belts at the time of
the crash.
S. In 2005, observed safety
belt use in primary law states
averaged 85 percent, compared
-to 75 percent in states with-
secondary laws.
o Men, especially younger
men, are much less likely to
buckle up. In 2004, 67 percent
of male drivers and 73 percent
of male passengers between
jthe .ages of 18 .and 34 who
were killed in crashes across
'the nation were not using their
safety belts.
o According to NHXSA.
'pickup truck dri\ her's and
passengers, partnicularl' andng
young males, consistently have
1he lowest safety. belt usage
rates of all motorists.
S ., k Less than 62 percent of
[pick up truck occupants in
jFlorida during 2005 were
observed using their safety
belt. compared to almost 75
*percent in cars and'over 79
percent in vans and SUVs
So This lack of safety belt use
is deadly. In 2004, 68 percent
*of pickup truck drivers and 73
|percent of pickup truck
[passengers who were killed in'
traffic crashes were not
buckled up.
o One of the deadliest causes
in any' vehicle crash comes
when passengers get ejected
from the vehicle, with most
Coming' from failure to use
safety belts.
[ o In fact, 74 percent of
"passenger vehicle occupants


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who were totally ejected from
their vehicle in 2004 were
killed. But only one in 100
drivers and passengers in fatal
crashes who were using their
safety belts were totally
ejected and killed.
The ejection rate for
occupants of pickup trucks
involved in fatal crashes is
nearly double the rate for
passenger car occupants.
Motorists can increase the
odds of survival in a rollover
crash in a light truck by nearly
80 percent by using their safety
belt.
O Americans driving or
riding on rural roadways face a
much greater risk of being
injured or killed in traffic
crashes than do those in urban
or suburban areas, according to
the NHTSA.
o Safety belt use in the
nation's rural areas
consistently trails the national
average.
o While only about a fifth of
Americans live in rural areas,
rural traffic fatalities accounted
for.58 percent of the nation's
total in 2004... ----.
o Even more alarming, the
motor vehicle crash fatality
rate per 100 million vehicle.
miles traveled in rural areas is
almost double the fatality rate
in urban areas.
No more excuses
The Union County Sheriff's
Office is joining with hundreds
of other state and local law
enforcement and highway
safety officials across the
nation during May and June,
for an aggressive Click It or
Ticket mobilization to save
lives by cracking down on low
safety belt use.
State and local law
enforcement officials will be
zeroing in on those who still
choose to not buckle up. The
goal is simple: to save more
lives by convincing drivers and
passengers to always use their
safety belt.
This special Click It or
Ticket Florida safety belt high-
visibility enforcement
mobilization includes a variety
of increased enforcement and
outreach activities to reach
motorists including special
television and radio
advertisements targeting non-
belt users.
The 2006 Click It- or Ticket,
Florida high visibility)
enforcement mobilization runs
from May 14 through June 4.
However, Florida : law
enforcement will continue this
life saving effort long after the
campaign ends. Officers.
would much rather write
hundreds of tickets throughout
the year than have to knock on
one family's door with the
news that their loved one
didn't survive a crash because
they weren't wearing their'
safety belt. .
For more information on the
"Click It or Ticket Florida"
enforcement mobilization,-
please visit


LB First

Baptist will

host 'arctic'

VBS
First Baptist Church in Lak6
Butler will have "Arctic Edge"
Vacation Bible School Sunday
through Friday, May 21-26. A
snack supper will be served at

There is no charge for the
Seventh and everyone is invited.
For information, call (386)
496-3704.


UCHS Class of
1986 planning
reunion
The Union County high
School'Class of 1986 will
have a planning meeting for
its 20 year reunion Anyone
interested in helping with
planningis encouraged to
attend. For more
information, contact
Jordaina Bridges at (386)
496-2816.


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FFA holds 65th annual awards banquet


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer

On May 5, the Lake Butler
Chapter of the National FFA
Organization held its annual
member-parent banquet-a
tradition for the past 65 years.
The evening began at 6 p.m.
with dinner at the Union
County High School cafeteria.
It was served by School Board
Members Alvin Griffis,
Marsan Carr, Sue Whitehead
and Sandra Floyd. The meal
was prepared by the UCHS
cafeteria staff.
The 'awards ceremony was
held in the UCHS auditorium
and began with the flare of a
sporting event. Officers names
from the middle school and
senior chapters were
announced by advisor David
Harris. His delivery was like
that of a basketball announcer
introducing a starting line up.
As the officers crossed the
stage, pictures of each in
creative poses were shown.
The event then took on a
more familiar FFA feel. Senior
chapter President Jill Pe.c6ck
gaveled the meeting to order
and asked Vice-Presiden: Leah
McDowell to do a roll call of
officers to ensure each was at
their assigned station. _-This-
opening format is the way
every meeting of any FFA
organization is called to order.
With opening ceremonies
completed Peacock welcomed
everyone to the program.
"I would like to take this
opportunity to welcome you to
the 65th annual parent-member
banquet of the Lake Butler
FFA chapters," Peacock said.
"We are proud to announce
that the chapters have' a
combined membership of 379
members, and realize without
that this growth 'would not be
possible without the support of
parents, community leaders
and school officials."
Peacock then asked school
officials, like..Superintendent
Carlton Faulk and Director of
Curriculum Bobbie Morgan, to
stand and be recognized by the
audience. From, there it was
time for the portion- of, -th
program everyone was-waiting
for. ,.
SThe' awards portion of the
program began with the
recognition of honorary
members.
... "The" purpose -of this
ceremony is to recognize, from
time to time, the efforts of
others on our behalf," Peacock
said. "Madam Secretary, will-
you please read the section of
the national constitution that
provides for this honorary
membership."
Middle school Secretary
Al)ssa Rodenberry explained
just who. as eligible and why;
- -.Farmers, .school
superintendents, principals,
members of. boards of
education, chapter advisors,
*teachers, staff members -in ..
agriculture education, business
people and others who are
helping to advance agriculture
education and the FFA, and
who have rendered outstanding
sern ice may be elected to-
honorary membership."
Rodenberry explained.
She .then read the list of
honorary members. They
included: "' .
O Donald Harris
o Duke Emerson .
o Penny Hersey
9 Rep. Ed Jennings,


o Sharon Spann
o Adam Burgess
o Ellery Griffis
Harris was made a meinber
because of the countless hours
he puts in to prepare and
maintain the fairgrounds for
the Bradford/Union County
fair. Emerson was made a
member for his help
throughout the year to the Lake
Butler chapter.
Hersey has served as the
swine association secretary for
the past several years, thus her
induction. Jennings was made
a member for his gracious
support of the chapter
including purchasing the
chapter's hog. Spann was
recognized for her help not
only with the local chapter, but
the national organization as
well.
Burgess, a former Lake
Butler FFA member, was
recognized for sponsoring an
award at each year's banquet.
Griffis, president of Union
County Farm Bureau, was
recognized for his
organization's support of the
chapter. The group not only
sponsors several awards at the
banquet, but sponsored the
chapter's annual bowling and
golf tournaments as well. It
then came time to present the
distinguished service award.
"The distinguished service
award is given to individuals
who display great interest in
the progress of our chapter,"
Peacock said. "This year we
are honoring two such
individuals."
Elixson Lumber and Pault
Waters were chosen to be
recognized this year.
"Mr. And Mrs. Elixson have
supported the Lake Butler FFA
for many years," Peacock said.
"Paul Waters, a former Lake
Butler FFA member, has been
very supportive of our chapter
since graduating." .
It was then time for the
presentation of several levels
of degrees members had
earned during the year. The
discovery, greenhand and
chapter degrees are designed to
recognize a member's
achievement and .progression
in all' aspects of the- FF'A
Former::Lake. Butler chapter,
member and current state
officer Andrea Andrews
presented pins to members
recognizing their degree.
The first degree to be handed
out was the discovery degree.
The .pins for the degree were
sponsored by Mercantile Bank.
The recipients were: Isaaac
Sulsona, Abbey Worthington,
Kaleb Nobles, Jordane Spitze,
Sierra Self, Amy Hicks,
Malcolm Johns, Jennifer-
Parrish, Morgan Dukes, Tyler
Brantley, Zachary Forsyth,
Ashley Johnson, Colby
Odowski, 'Candace Maddo\.
Bethany Tetstone, Adam Mout,
James Shupe, Jason Archer,
Shelby Addison, Adriel Lopez,.
"Kayli Jenkins,- Ashley
Culverson, Jason Lipdsey, Jay,
- Norman, ,Timnothy Chatfield,
Colton--Smith, Brook Sallie,
Connie Driggers, Destiny
_Young-, Jessie O'Steen,'
Brandon Listen, Julian
Merriex, Dakoda Veals, Chris
Morrell, Cody Randall,. Julie
Nettles, Emma Howell; Kelly
Gray, Luke Thomas, Robert
Wilson, Zack Starling, Grace
Rambo, Allison Southwell,
Colt Bennett and Michael,
Howell.


Andrew then reaOd n- ... district contest," Wood.ington
of those members who had said. "He also exhibited a steer
earned their greenhand degree. at the Bradford-Union fair. He
"Members who earned this. is Ryan Perez."
degree must have earned and Seventh-grade winner
invested a minimum of $50, Connie Driggers had a similar
and participated in at least two resume.
activities," Andrews said. "The "This .award goes to an
pins for the degree are being individual who participated on
sponsored by the Union the middle school's meat
County Farm Bureau." judging team that placed third
Those receiving pins in the state," Woodinton said.
included: Jesse Thornton, "She is also in the
Tianna Jarvis, Sampson parliamentary procedure team
Jackson, Elliot Willis, Nathan that will be competing at the
Stone, Timmy Simmons, state contest in June."
Tanee Hyman, Jordan The eighth-grade
Williams, Henrietta Worthy, outstanding member turned out
Kody Bennett, Robin Thomas, to be- two individuals. Tara
Danielle Adams, Eric Sapp and Markie Emery were
Robertson, Danielle Adler, recognized for their
Holli Barnett, Hannah Tucker, contributions to the chapter.
Clinton Vaughn, Grant Brown, "The first recipient was on
'Matthew Touchstone, Chance the livestock judging team and
Howell, Kris Bracewell, Kyle vegetable judging team and
Foreman, Trenton Oltmer, currently serves as: the middle
Clint Williams, Garth ..school chapter's treasurer,"
Ellington, Matthew Thomas, Wobdington said,-"Thhe second
Dustin Floyd and Erica .was on the food science team
Dupree. -'" and is currently a part of the
The next group of-young parliamentary prrc6dure team.
people recognized were those .,,She exhibited a steer at the fair
receiving their chapter degree:." as well."
"These individuals" have The ninth-grade winner
earned and invested a participated on the- meat
minimum of $150 in FFA and judging team andexhltibited a
participated in at least three hog at the fair : 'I ,
FFA activities," Andrews said. "This year's : ninth-grade
"The. chapter degree pins are winner is Daniele Adams,"
being sponsored by Mercantile Woodington said. :
Bank." Each winner, received a
The those recipients plaque and a check for $50.
included: Caleb Williams, .Next. week's issue of the
Carissa Driggers, Katie Unioni County Times will
Williams, Sarah Bennett, contain the rest of the awards,
Morganne Schlipf, Jessica as well as pictures, from the
Parrish, Zach Dowling, Megan banquet.
Crockett, Dayle G-iebeig,
Lauren Thomas, Marcia Smith,. James -Redmond can be
Greg Parrish, Aaron Dukes, reached.at (386) 496-2261 or
D n;iel 1 n L r..;nrin .I Kend V,,,l uctimes@'alhel.let


Willis, Melissa Dukes, Grant
Brown, Zach Sweat, Joey
O'Hern and Erica Dupree. SREC has
At the conclusion of the
degree presentation, several alternatemeal
individual awards were site for
presented. The first of these
recognized an individual who seniors -
had given the chapter TheSuwanneeRiver
outstanding service over a Economic Council has an
period of years. Economic Council has an
The Blue and Gold, award alernative congregate meal
was. presented to Carlton 'and te dr sr and
h /.. .. .k n' ...~.i i Ofi' Tuesda s sand
N di"he F.' Mrs.- lk ThursdaNs, from 1I0-30 a.n.-I
Mr. A icl Mrs. qFauk have ,, -
beenfi true supporters of the o p.m.. senioos cri"n ,
Lake Bulter FFA chapter,"' said come to the Worthington
McDowell. "They have always Springs First United
been there when we needed Methodist Church to enjoy
them." free food. music and a sing-
She wefit on to say how along. For more
instrumental Carlton Faulk had information, contact SREC
been in securing funding for at (386) 496-2342.
the new Land Lab in the
agriculture department. Dial a Story
McDowell explained how .
Nadine Faulk was alwaNs available to
willing to lift a hand to help .hi.
the chapter and even allowed children
them to grace her' front la%\n Young children of Union
with'pink flamingos earlier in County.are invited to call
the Near. Dial a Story. Children can,
Outstanding members from ,.hear a story by calling 1386)
grades six through nine were-" 496-2542. Dial a Story is
recogfiized. Chapter Treasurer free telephone-' service
--Ashlyn- Woodington asked -provided by the Union
representatives from .the' County Public- Library.
Bishop Family, Union. County Stories are geared' toward
Farm Bureau, Lake Butler FFA children ages 12 and
Alumni Association and TL younger. Stories are
Squared Builders, the sponsors changed weekly. For more
of the awards, to join' her on information, call (386) 496-
stage to present them. 3432.
"The recipient of the
outstanding sixth'-grade :
member award goes to an
individual who participated on Man cannot create the
the middle school's current of events. He can
parliamentary procedure ,team only float with it and steer.
that won the sub-district 'and -Otto von Bismarck .


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Continued from p. 1A

remarks. Senior class sponsor
Ramona Johns will then
introduce the graduates as they
walk across the stage to
receive their diploma from
Faulk. The ceremony will end
with the traditional unity circle
formed by the graduating class.
Though the forecast is for a
beautiful May evening, should
inclement weather cancel the
event, it will be held Saturday,
May 13. National Weather
Service forecasters are
predicting a dry day with
temperatures in the mid 70's
during the event.
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes@alltel.net



ABCTE looks to
help fill teacher
shortage
With America facing
unprecedented teacher
shortages in math and science,
the American Board for
Certification of Teacher
Excellence (ABCTE) today
announced the launch of
Project 5,000, a new initiative
to recruit and certify 5,000
new math and science teachers
by 2009.
To kick off this initiative,
ABCTE will host twelve.
"Become a Math or Science
Teacher" events throughout
Florida. ABCTE is hosting
these events, in cooperation
with the following school
districts: Orange County,
Pasco County, Monroe County
Schools and Hernando,
County. ABCTE is also
working with the Panhandle
Area Educational Consortium,
which consists of 21 member
and 'participating Florida
school districts and Argosy
University/Tampa .
At the "Become a Math, or
Science Teacher" events,
career changers can participate
in informational presentations
and meet with ABCTE
certification counselors to
learn more about teacher
certification options. The
events are free, and indie iduals
can register ,(o: altend *at
www.abcte.org. -
With new certifications in
chemistry and physics in
addition to current
certifications in math, general
science, and biology, ABCTE
is recruiting teachers for the
some of the highest need
subject areas,
According to the National
Science Board, America's,
classrooms need 240,000. math
and science teachers over the
next decade. In his State of the
Union Address President Bush
called for math and science
professionals to teach in
America's classrooms.
Currently, 30% of
candidates enrolled in
ABCTE's alternative teacher'
certification program, Passport
to Teaching,, are pursuing
certification in secondary math
or science. ABCTE has
recruited engineers, scientists,
mathematicians, economists
and i a' variety of business
professionals to change careers
and become teachers.
"Project 5,000 is crucial in
order to meet the national need
for math and science teachers
and to meet the needs of
school districts across the
country," said ABCTE
President David Saba.
ABCTE works with schools
districts and organizations to
recruit teachers at no cost to
the state or school district.
Since April 2005, ABCTE has
held thirty "Become a
Teacher" information sessions
-totaling 3,000 attendees
S interested in learning more
about earning certification.
Candidates for Passport to
Teaching certification must
demonstrate mastery on
examinations of subject area
and professional teaching"
< knowledge. Individuals with
bachelor's degrees can prepare
for cerlificalion on their own
Time 'and at their own pace.
using preparation materials


available from a \ariciv of
sources. No additional college
courses arc required.
ABCTE Ccrlifications
M;ih (6-12)
* Gcncril Science (6-12)

Biology (6-12)
Physics (6-12)
Chemistry (6-12)


English (6-12)
Elcmcntarvy education (K-6)
Special education (K-12)

Reading cndorsemcnt (K-6)
*Reading endorsement is for
certified clcmentary teachers
Passport to Teaching is
recognized as a route to state
certification in Florida, New
Hampshire, Pennsylvania,
Idaho and Utah. Many charter
and private schools nationwide
also recognize the certification,
which is offered in a variety of
subject areas. Availability of
certification areas and
requirements vary by state.
For a list of events, or to
register to attend an
information session, visit
www.abcte.org/evcnts or call
1-877-669-2888.
The American Board for
Certification of Teacher
Excellence is non-profit
organization, dedicated to
recruiting, certifying and
supplying excellent teachers
essential for student success.
ABCTE offers the Passport to
Teaching program -an
innovative alternative route to
teacher certification for highly
knowledgeable individuals
who want to, change careers
and become teachers. ABCTE
is currently developing Master
Teacher, an advanced
credential for teachers who
advance student learning. For
more information about
ABCTE, please visit
http://www.abcte.org.


Bronson.
works to shop
price gouging

Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson has -ordered the
activation of the Department's
price gouging hotline to assist
consumers who may face
problems resulting from the
wildfires. The price gouging
law was activated after
Governor Jeb Bush issued an
emergency declaration due to
the wildfires and the ongoing.
wildfire threat statewide.
The price gouging law takes
effect during any declared state,
of emergency and the
Department receives and
investigates complaints.
Under Florida law, it is
illegal to charge exorbitant or
excessive prices for essential
items including gasoline,
shelter, food, water, ice,
batteries, generators or lumber
during a declared emergency
unless the price increases can
be attributed to additional costs
incurred by theretailer.
."People have been forced to
,evacuate as a result of these
wildfires and may need,
temporary shelter and gasoline.
The hotline'is activated during
any declared emergency and 1
urge people who think they
may have. been victimized to
contact the hotline at 1-800-.
HELP FLA (1-800-435-
7352)." i .
SIndividuals ,or businesses
found to have been involved in
price gouging. activities face
fines of up :to $1000 per
, violation, or up to a maximum
of $25,000 a day.


Ester King
scholarship
applications
available
Esther King Scholarship
applications are now available
to be picked up. Please see
Jessica Andrews at Union
County High School or Laura
Jenkins at the District Office
for an application. Deadline
for submitting application is
12:00 p.m., Thtiursday, June 15.
For more information, call
(386) 496-2045


Be aware Of

rights during

natural

disasters


There may be times in our
li es when we face a natural
disaster. In these times, it's
difficult to focus on the various
tasks that need to be handled.
We have put together some '
quick tips to help aid
consumers in making the right
decision when disaster strikes.
In the wake of a natural
disaster, essentials -- such as
'fuel, food, ice,: generators,
lanterns, lumber, lodging, etc. -


may be in short supply.
Charging exorbitant or
excessive prices for these and
other necessities following a
disaster is not only unethical,
it's illegal. Under Sections
501.160 and 501.205 Florida
Statutes, it is illegal to charge
unconscionable prices for
goods or services following a
declared state of emergency.
Individuals or businesses
found guilty of price gouging
could face fines tup to $1,000
per violation, or tup to a
maximum of $25,000 per day.
Report price gouging by
calling the Florida Department
of Agriculture and Consumer
Services at 1-800-HELP-FLA
(435-7352), or request Price
Gouging Complaint Form be
sent to you via mail.
Know your contractor. A
frequent problem after a
disaster is "fly-by-night"
contractor who takes deposits
before starting work or final
payments before finishing. Ask
for a list of recent customers
and call them for references.
Get at least three estimates.
Be certain the estimates are
itemized and for the same
work. Variations in the
proposals should be noted.
Beware of repair businesses
or individuals who solicit
door-to-door, arrive in,
unmarked vehicles, have a post
office box or temporary
address, claim they are from
another county or state and are
in the area solely to help
disaster victims, or offer to
work for you only if you
secure the necessary permits.
If the repairs/alterations cost
more than $2,500, file a Notice
of Commencement with your
local permitting office and a
notarized Release of Lien to
ensure your home is not sold
for monies not recouped by
others that might not have been
paid by the contractor. To
obtain information about
Florida's Construction Lien
Law, call the Florida
Department of Business and
Professional Regulation at
(850) 487-1395.
Check on the contractor's
address, license and complaint
history by contacting the
Florida Department of.
Business and Professional
Regulation through their web
site located at
www.myfloridalicense.com or
via telephone at (850) 487-
1395, or contact your city or
county. building department.
For further complaint
information, call the Florida
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services, at 1-800-
HELP-FLA (435-7352).
Have a written contract for
your repairs and understand it
before you sign. A contract
should include, at a
minimum, the following:
It should be specific about
the work to be done and the
exact type of materials to be
used.
The contract should show a
beginning date and final
completion date. If a penalty
assessment is stated for failing
to meet the completion date,
the amount of the penalty
should be stated and ho%\ it is
to be assessed.
The contract should
specify the terms .of payment.
Any warranties or.
guarantees of workmanship
and materials should be
explicitly stated in the contract.
Be sure of the duration and
what is covered.
If the contract is on a "cost
plus" or hourly basis, get a
written estimate and, if
possible, a "ceiling"
(maximum amount to be paid).'
The contract should specify
that the contractor is to obtain
all permits or variances, carries
full insurance on all employees
and 'subcontractors," releases
you from all liens,.and
provides for a proper clean up.
Some home improvement or
repair contracts may be ;
canceled without penalty or
obligation by rimidnight of the
third business day after
signing. They are:
S Those signed at a place other
than'the seller's normal place
of business, unless you
requested the specific product
or service.
All door-to-door agreements,
except for emergency home
repairs.
Those paid on an installment
' basis.


If you are unable to pay your
bills, contact your creditors
and*lending institutions and try
to work out a payment
schedule. Do not wait until
they contact you for being
delinquent on the payments.
Contact the National
Foundation for Consumer
Credit Counseling (NFCC) at
1-800-388-2227 for help in
negotiating with creditors.


High-Q team attends Commissioner's Challenge


During the last week of April, members of Union County High School's High-Q
Academic Team attended the Commissioner's Academic Challenge at Walt Disney
World's Contemporary Resort. The Commissioner's Academic Challenge gathers
academic teams from each county in Florida and has them compete against each
other in double-elimination rounds. Counties are divided into districts based on
school size. Union County competed in Division 3 and was third place In round four
of the competition against Hendry, Jefferson, Sumter and Suwannee counties.
Pictured are the team and the team's coach. They are (front, I-r) Terri Brown, Lynne
Riherd, (back) James Wring, Zack Sweat, Coach Renae Allen, Andrew Framer and
Marshall Riggs.


Voluntary
Summer Pre-K
program
offered
Any child who is entering-
Kindergarten in August
2006 is eligible to attend the
Summer Voluntary Pre-K
program at LakeButler
Elementary School. For
more information, call Trish

Ranard at (3861 496-30-47.


Class of 1996
plans reunion
The Union County High
School Class of 1996 is


planning its 10 year reunion.
If you are interested in
helping or know how to
contact afiy member of the
class, you are asked to
contact Karrie Hersey
Patrick at (386) 496-0614 or
Courtnie Davison Douglas
at (386) 496-3326. You can
also e-mail
uchsclassofl996@aol.com.


Group forming
to restore
cemetery
A group is forming to
restore the cemeteN
formerly known as
Townsend Pastures


cemetery. For more,
information, contact Collis
Small at (386) 496-2786 or
Keith Webster at (386) 496-
3940.

Historical
Society to
meet
The Union County
Historical Society will have
its regular monthly meeting
on Monday, May 22.
beginning at 7 p.m. The
meeting will take place at
the Marjorie Driggers
Museum located inside the
Townsend Building on
Main St. in Lake Butler..
For more information, call
(386) 496-3044.


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to Tillis, it's still being
decided.
"While we will have seafood
and steaks, the chef and the
owners have not finalized the
rest of the menu," Tillis said.
"Whatever the outcome, there
will be a variety of items for
patrons to choose from."
He said while originally
plans were to open May 1, they
haVe been set back just a little
bit.
"The need for extra
renovations has set back our
plans for an opening date,"
Tillis said. "If all goes
according to plan, the doors
will be opened to customers-
the weekend of May 20."
James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
uctimes @alltel. net

SREC offers
honTe repair
help
Is your home suffering
from draftiness, leaky roof,
lack of insulation, restricted
entrance or lack of leated
water? If so, the Suwannee
River Economic .Coufcil
has a program that may help
pay for those needed
repairs. Assistance is based
on income. Applications for
the program can be picked
up at SREC, located on S.R.
231 across from Tigers Den
Daycare in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386)
496-2342.

Historical
society
accepts items
The Union County
Historical 'Society accepts
historical items for the
Marjorie Driggers Museum
every Monday from 9 a.m.
until noon. The museum is
located on S.R. 100 in Lake
Butler in the Townsend
Building. For more
information, contact Cindy
North at (386) 496-3044.


Group helps
people get
back to work
Abilities of Florida is an
organization that helps
people with physical
disabilities or mental health
issues regain employment.
The group provides services
designed to enable people to
prepare for and get gainful
employment. Services
include help with physical
or mental treatment, job
placement and retraining.
For more information, call
(386) 755-9026 ext. 3149.




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Coach Dennis Dotson and Coach Bubba Wilson look over the next series of plays
they plan to call.


Players go through warm-up drills before practice begins. This particular drill helps
players loosen leg muscles which helps prevent Injuries.


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PUBLIC NOTICE
As provided by Chapter 197 Acts df 1974, notice is given that tangible personal prop-
erty taxes assessed for the year 2004 are now delinqueand beginning April 1, such
taxes are drawing Iftlerest at 18 percent per year plus the proportionate cost of publish-
ing inis notice ana delinquent cost Unless the amounts set opposite each name below
are paia prior to the 1st day of May 2006. warrants will be issued thereon and the Tax
Collector will apply t0 the Circuitl C-ourtun for an order directing levy.and seizures of the
tangiole 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 Ine first months penalty of delinquent cost are as follows:
Teila N. Pearson,.Tax Collector, Bradford County Florida


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each month
The Union County Board
of County Commissioner
meets on the third Monday
of each month at 7 p.m.
Commissioners meet in the
board room located inside
the Union County
Courthouse located at 55 W
Main St. in Lake Butler. For
more information, call (386).
4964241.


City of Lake
Butler meets
second
Monday of
month
The city of Lake Butler
city commission meets the
second Monday of month
beginning at 5:15 p.m.
Commissioners.meet in.the
commission's chambers
inside city hall located at
200 S. W. 1"1 Street in Lake
Butler For more
information, call (386) 496-
3401. .


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and his heart is no island,
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Older
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seniors
The Older Americans Act
provides a variety of
services to seniors in Union
County. Home delivered
meals, nutrition education,
telephone reassurance,
recreation, health support
and congregate meals are
just some of the many
services the program offers.
Fro more information about
the program, contact the
Suwanee River Economic
Council at (386) 496-2342.


Town of WS
meets first
Tuesday of
month
The town of Worthington
Springs holds its monthly
meeting of the first Tuesday
of each month at the
Worthington Springs
Volunteer Fire Department
beginning at 7 p.m. The
station is located on S.R.
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May 11, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


NU U R entilted "A Managed Forest
is a Healthy Forest" planned
for Thursday, May 18, from
Continued from p. 1A 5:30-9 p.m. at the New
River Forestry Station'
; But York said he does not located on S.R. 100 between
foresee that happening. Starke and Lake Butler. The
According to him, forecasters workshop will focus on how
are predicting dry months in to keep forest land
May and June. The forecast managed. For more
suggests that until the end of information call Jay tucker
June, the area may. not, see at (386) 496-2190.
much rain at all.
So why a burn ban after the
rain the county has received in Tax. holiday
the last couple of days? York
said the amounts were not set fOr
significant enough to offset the
S lck of rain in the past several hurricane
months.
"While we have received preparedness
precipitation,- the wind and Gov. Jeb Bush has signed
lower humidity we are forecast legislation authorizing
to receive in the next couple of Florida's second annual 12-day
days will use it up," York said. satax holiday for hurricane
"This, coupled with the fact preparedness.
that there is a significant The tax holiday is an
amount of dead vegetation on important component foster a
the ground, has led us to go "culture of preparedness" in
ahead with the ban." Florida. Prepared citizens are
York said officials, from better equipped to provide for
both his office and DOF, are the safety of their families,
worried that the debris left by reduce damage to their homes
the last two hurricane seasons and recover more quickly from
will only add fuel to any fire a disaster.
that might start. He said he "In this period of increased
wants to make sure residents, tropical activity, it is vital for
and their property, can be all Floridians to prepare," said
protected: in any way possible. Bush. "Families' and
While the d e Bushs tFamilies and
S Whil the the ordinance states businesses that prepare are
that the measure was enacted safer and recover quicker than
by the Union County Board those who don't plan and don't
County Commissioners, it was take action."
a resolution it never voted on. Coinciding with National.
According to, York, .Union Hurricape Preparedness Week,
County's Cohiprehensive the tax holiday begins on
Emergency Management Plan Saturday, May 21 and ends on
gives him, and Sheriff Jerry the first day of the 2006
Whitehead, authority to do so. Hurricane Season, Thursday,
"In emergency situations, June 1.
the plan allows the sheriff and The 12-day holiday will save
S I to declare a local Floridians an estimated $41
emergency," York said. "The million. Under the legislation,
plan follows the provisions of no state or local sales tax will
Florida Statute 252." be collected on hurricane
The statute places preparedness items, including:
emergency management Flashlights and portable,
directors in charge'-during--. .self.powered light sources for
times of declared emergency. $20 or less.
Since Governor Jeb Bush Portable radios, two-way
declared a state of emergency radios and weather-band radios
for Florida, York had the for $50 or less.
authority to enact the burn ban. Flexible waterproof sheeting
If you have questions about (tarps) for $50 or less.
the ban, you can contact OEM Gas, or diesel fuel containers
at (386) 496-4300. for $25 or less..
S*Batteries for $30 or less.
James Redmond can be Non-electrical food storage
reached at (386) 496-2261 or coolers for $30 or less.
uctimes@alltel.net 'Portable generators for
". p r ., ,- :-" l,000-erless. -- .
r ,-' ,... Carbon morib\ide detectors
', .* ;00, itor $75 or less.' n.'A
SCreenings Storm shutter devices for
$200 or less.
provided at Cell phone batteries for $60
,|D Cor less.
LBES ... ."All indications are that we
Union County children will. have another active
ages 3 to 5 years old, who hurricane season," said Florida
are not currently being Dii ision of Emergency
served in a public school Management Director Craig
program, will be offered on Fugate. "A successful response
May 12, at Lake Butler starts well before a storm
Elementary School. This makes landfall-with families,
event is sponsored by Union communities and counties
County Schools, Gateway planning and preparing for a
Early Learning Coalition, potential emergency."
and the Florida Diagnostic The 2006 Atlantic Hurricane
and Learning Resources -, Season begins on June 1. For
System. Please call Trish more information on the 2006
Ranard at 386-496-3047 to season, disaster preparedness
register for a screening and the sales, tax holiday,-
appointment. please visit
If you have concerns w' ww.myflorida.com or
about a child's speaking, www.FloridaDisaster.org.
seeing, hearing, walking,
taking part in activities, or WS looking
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
FOR UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 63-2003-CA-0081
U.S. BANK NATIONAL,
AS TRUSTEE
Plaintiff
vs.
VERLON GENE TANNER;
CATHERINE BRYANT, UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF VERLON GENE
TANNER, UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
CATHERINE BRYANT, UNKNOWN
TENANT I; UNKNOWN TENANT II,
and any unknown heirs, devisees,
grantees, creditors, and other unknown
persons or unknown spouses claiming
by, through and under any of the above
named, Defendants,
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE is hereby given that the
undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Union County, Florida, will on the
18th day of May, 2006, at 11:00A.M. in
the Front Lobby at the Union County
Courthouse, Lake Butler, Florida, offer
for sale and sell at public outcry to the
highest and best bidder for cash, the
following described property situate in
Union County, Florida:
Parcel I:
A parcel of land lying in Section 23,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida, said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at a found 1/2 inch
rod located at the intersection of the
West line of the NE 1/4 of SW 1/4 and
the Northerly R/W line of the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad and run North 59
degrees, 49 minutes, 15 seconds East,
as a basis of bearings, along the
Northerly R/W line of said railroad for
a distance of 1014.52 feet to a set 1/2
inch iron rod for the Point of Beginning.
From Point of Beginning thus
described run North 04 degrees, 13.
minutes, 00 seconds West for a
distance of 36.94 feet to a set 1/2 inch
iron rod located on the North R/W line
.of NE 116th Street; thence continue
North 04 degrees, 13 minutes, 00
seconds West for a distance of 167.17
feet to a set 1/2 inch iron rod; thence
run North 59 degrees, 49 minutes, 15
seconds East parallel with the North
R/W line of Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad, for a distance of 237.37 feet
to a set 1/2 inch iron rod, thence run
South 04 degrees, 13 minutes, 00
seconds East for a distance of 166.73'
feet to a set 1/2 inch iron rod; thence
continue South 04 degrees, 13 minutes,
00 seconds East for a distance of 37.38
feet to a set 1/2 inch iron rod located on
the Northerly R/WAN line. of Atlantic
, Coast Line Railroad; thence run South
59 degrees, 49 minutes, 15 seconds
West along said Northerly R/W line for
a distance of 237.37 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Parcel 2:
A parcel of land lying in Section 23,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at a found 1/2"
iron rod located at the intersection of
the West line of the NE 1/4 of the SW
1/4 and the Northerly R/W line of
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and run
North 59 degrees 49 minutes 15
seconds East, as a basis of bearings,
along the Northerly R/W line of said
railroad for a distance of 1014.52 feet to
a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run North 04
degrees 13 minutes 00 seconds West
for a distance of 36.94 feet to a set 1/2"
iron rod located on the North R/W line
of NE 116th Street, 'thence continue -
North 04- degrees ,13- minutes. Q0.,
seconds West 0or'a distance of 167.17'
feet to a set 1/2" iron rod for the Point of
Beginning, From the Point of Beginning
thus described continue North 04
degrees 13 minutes 00 seconds West
for a distance of 45.00 feet to a set 1/2"
iron rod; thence run North 70 degrees
21 minutes 01 seconds East'for a
distance of 221.40 feet to a set 1/2" iron
rod; thence run South 59 degrees 49
minutes 15 seconds West for a
distance of 237.37 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Together with a 2000 Redman Double
Wide Mobile Home bearing VIN #S
11437570A and 11437570B.
pursuant to the Amended Final
Judgment entered in a case pending in
said Court, the style of which is
indicated above.
WITNESS my hand and official seal of
said Court this 21st day of April, 2006.
In accordance with the Americans with
Disabilities Act,- persons with
disabilities needing a special
accommodation to participate in this
proceeding should contact Court
Administration at the Union County
Courthouse, Lake Butler,' Florida
32054, Telephone (386)496-3711, not
later than seven (7) days prior to the
proceeding. If hearing impaired, (TDD)
1-800-955-8771, or Voice (V)-1-800-
955-8770, via Florida Relay Service.'
Regina E.Parrish
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Julia Croft
SDeputy Clerk
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF
Frank A. Reder
Butler & Hosch, P.A.
3185\S.Conway Rd., Ste. E
Orlando, Florida 32812
(407)381-5200
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TAX DEED #63-2006-TD-0003
NOTICE OF APPLICATION'
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY fl.VFNN. that


Fermon Jones the holders) of the
following certificate has filed said
certificate for a tax deed to be issued
thereon. The certificate number and
year of issuance, the description of the
property, and the names in which it
was assessed are as follows:
CERTIFICATE #: 47
YEAR OF ISSUANCE: 1998
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY:
10-06-18-00-000-0390-0
Commence on the East right-of-way
line of State Road 241 at a noint 50 feet
East of the Northwest comeeoef SW 1/4
of SW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 6
South,Range 18 East and run South
210 feet and thence run East 525 feet to
point of beginning; thence continue East
315 feet, thence run South 210 feet,
thence run. West 315 feet, thence run
North 210 feet to point of beginning.
SUBJECT to Easement for road right-
of-way on the South 25 feet thereof.
Subject property shall be used for
residential purposes only.
NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED:
Alma and Michael Jones
Said property being in the County of
Union, State of Florida. Unless such
certificate shall be redeemed
according to'the law 'the ..property
described in such certificate will be
sold to the highest bidder in the
Courthouse lobby at 11:00 A.M., the 1st
day of June, 2006.
Dated this 18th day of April, 2006.
Regina H. Parrish
Clerk of Circuit Court
Union County, Florida
Persons with disabilities requesting
reasonable accommodations to
participate in this proceeding should
contact (386) 496-3711. 4/27 4tchg 5/18
4/274tchg.5/18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2006-CP-0016
IN-RE: THE..ESTATE OF
MARY NOREEN CREWS,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARY NOREEN CREWS,
deceased, whose date of death was
December 31, 2005; is pending in the
Circuit Court for Union County,
Florida, Probate Division; File
Number 63-2006-CP-0016, the
address of which is 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
names and addresses of the personal
representative and the personal
representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WiYHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS"AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and-
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
-CLAIM-FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR-,-
.MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
"'DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. ....
The date of first publication of this
Notice is May 4, 2006.
Ethelia Perry
Personal Representative
3336 Hollycrest Blvd.
Orange Park, FL 32065
John E. Maines, IV
Attorney for Personal Representative
10 West Main StreetP
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-3815
Florida Bar Number: 386804
5/4 2tchg. 5/11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN.
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 63-2006-CA-0010
MERCANTILE BANK,
'Plaintiff,
vs.
MARCELLA REINHARDT, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE'
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated April 26,
2006 and entered in Case No. 63-
2006-CA-0010 of the Circuit court of
the EIGHTH Judicial Circuit in and
for UNION County, Florida wherein
MERCANTILE BANK is the Plaintiff
and MARCELLA REINHARDT;
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA;
STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT
UNION; TENANT #1 N/K/A JASON
HUNT; TENANT #2 N/K/A
CANDECE HUNT. are the
defendants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at FRONT
DOOR OF THE MIDDLE OF THE
UNION io ItIyTV COURTHOUSE


at 11:00 a.m., on the 25th day of May,
2006, the following described
property as set forth in said Final
Judgment.
A PARCEL OF LAND CONTAINING
A TOTAL AREA OF 1.3 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS, LYING BEING
SITUATE IN SECTION 30,
TOWNSHIP 6 SOUTH, RANGE.19
EAST, UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE
NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SOUTHEAST
1/4 OF SECTION 25, TOWNSHIP 6
SOUTH, RANGE 18 EAST, AND
RUN SOUTH 86 DEGREES 43
MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST,
ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF
SAID SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF
SOUTHEAST 1/4 OF SECTION 25,
A DISTANCE OF 911.13 FEET;
THENCE RUN SOUTH 02
DEGREES 39 MINUTES 24
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
500.00 FEET; THENCE CONTINUE
RUNNING SOUTH 02 DEGREES
39 MINUTES 24 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 258.09 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 86
DEGREES 46 MINUTES 14
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
721.13 FEET; THENCE RUN
NORTH 02 DEGREES 30
MINUTES 09 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF 75.92 FEET;
THENCE RUN NORTH 89
DEGREES 20 MINUTES 58
SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE OF
224.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING OF THE
HEREINAFTER DESCRIBED
PARCEL OF LAND. THENCE RUN
NORTH 21 DEGREES 34 MINUTE
49 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
OF 309.49 FEET; THENCE RUN
SOUTH 70 DEGREES 53 MINUTES
51 SECONDS EAST A DISTANCE
OF 191.65 FEET TO THE
INTERSECTION WITH THE
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A 60 FOOT GRADED ROAD;
THENCE RUN 4 SOUTH 17
DEGREES 40 MINUTES 4-1
SECONDS WEST, ALONG SAID
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF A 60 FOOT GRADED ROAD, A
DISTANCE OF 233.57 FEET;
THENCE 'RUN SOUTH 89
DEGREES 20 MINUTES 58
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE OF
224.01 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
A/K/A RR2 BOX 974, Lake Butler, FL
32054.
WITNESS MY HAND and the seal of
this Court on April 27, 2006.
REGINA PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Echevarria, Codilis & Stawiarski
P.O. Box 25018
Tampa, Florida 33622-5018
F06000651 .
In accordance with the Americans
Disabilities Act, persons with
disabilities requesting reasonable
accommodations to participate in this
proceeding should contact (386) 496-
3711 (Voice) or (386) 374-3639
(Voice or TDD) or via Florida Relay
Service at 1-800-955-8771.
5/42tchg. 5/11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, F.ILQRIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE0 N. 63-2006-CP-0002
IN RE: ESTATE OF
RONALD GREG BILLING,
deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
RONALD GREG BILLING
deceased, whose date of death was
October 26, 2005, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Uniohn County,
Florida, Probate Division. File No.
63-2006-CP-0002. the address of
whicn is Union County Courthouse,
55 West Main Street, Lake Butler,
Florida 32054. The names and
addresses of the Co-Personal.
Representatives and the Co-Personal
Representatives', attorney are set
forth below.. .
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons, who have. claims or
demands against decedents estate,
including unmatured contingent or
unliquidated claims, and who have
oeen served a copy of this notice,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF,
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons who have claims or
demands against the decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2)
YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS


BARRED.
THE DATE OF FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE IS
MAY 4,2006.
Co-Personal Representatives:
KAREN SUE BILLING
5333 NW 95th Trail
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
JAMES C. BILLING
8702 NW 54th Lane
Lake Butler, Florida 32054
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives
FEAGLE & FEAGLE,
ATTORNEYS, P.A.
Marlin M. Feagle
Florida Bar No. 0173248
Attomey for Co-Personal
Representatives
153 NE Madison Street
Post Office Box 1653
Lake City, FL 32056-1653
386-752-7191
5/4 2tchg. 5/11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO: 63-2006-CP-0007
IN RE: ESTATE.OF
MIRANDA DEANNA FINN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
MIRANDA DEANNA FINN,
deceased, File Number 63-2006-CP-
0007, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Union County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 55
West Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
The name and address of the co-
personal representatives and the
attorney for the copersonal
representatives are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including unmatured,-contingent, or
unliquidated claims on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 1'HIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,.
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with .this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.'
The' date of the first publication of this
Notice is May 4, 2006.
Co-Personal Representatives:
AMANDA L. SCOTT ,
P.O. Box 715
Hawthorne, FL 32640
DAVID B. FINN
517 Catambola Avenue.
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Attorney for Co-Personal
Representatives
DAWN M. VALLEJOS-NICHOLS,
AVERA & AVERA, LL
Florida Bar No. 0009891
2814 S.W. 13th Street
Gainesville, FL 32608
(352) 372-9999/FAX 375-2526
S, 5L4.2tchg.5/11 t
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .-,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2006-CP-0006
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE ESTATE OF
ASHLEY LEE KEEN, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
ASHLEY LEE KEEN, deceased, File
Number 63-2006-CP-0006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida Probate Division, the
address of which is 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054. The
name and address of the personal
representative and the attorney for the
personal representative are set forth
below. I I
All creditors of the Decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate,
including matured, contingent, or
unliquidated claims, on whom a copy
of this notice is served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE -
LATER OF. THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM. : ''
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against the Decedent's
estate, including unmatured,
contingent or unliquidated claims,
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED..
The date of the first publication of this
Notice is May 4, 2006
5/42tchg.5/11


INTELLIGENT DESIGN

INTELLIGENT DESIGN? No, it couldn't be that there was a
designer of this magnificent planet that, we live on or could it?

Since when do random particles and atoms come together on their

own to create a system that even the most intelligent scientists

today cannot duplicate. Some would have us believe that life itself

came about by chance, yot no scientist has ever been able to create

it. Why not? Have you ever tried to organize your house better by

applying a whole lot of energy to it, like throwing some dynamite

in it or lighting it on fire? That doesn't usually organize it very

effectively; does it? Yet that is'essentially the process that our

scientists think created the universe --- the application of energy to

a bunch of matter. It is clear that an intelligent Designer made the

universe. That could)be none other than God, Come and Worship,
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Page6A UNION COUNTY TIMES May 11, 2006



NOTICE OF TAX SALE



Notice is hereby given that on the 25th day of May, 2006, beginning at 12:00 noon at the Courthouse in Lake Butler, County of Union, State of Florida,
tax sale certificates will be sold on the following described land to pay the amount 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


I R0004100 $316.75
36-04-8-.00-000-0025-01
9.00 AC 0100801P662
REGAR CHARLES E'
RR 12 BOX 227
LAKE CITY. FI, 32055-8823
COM @ NW COR NE 1/4 OF
SE1/4 FOR POll. TH E 375
FT. TH S 415FT. TH E 645
FT. TH S 232 FT, TH W
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)
2 R0011500 HX $105.66
02-05-18-78-000-0030-0
5.02 AC 011018910533
WILKERSON CHRISTINE H
RR 3 BOX 137
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 3 FOX RUN SUBDIVISION
3 R0012700 HX $443.06
03-05-18-00.000-0060-0
40.00 AC OB0161P00ll5
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 BOX 138
IAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
E1/2 OF W1/2 OF SEI/4
4 R0013500 $94.11
09-05-18-00-000-0020-A
62.50 AC
D GREENFIELD IANDS INC
C/O MIILTON L, BROWN
PO BOX 8011
MOBILE, AL 36689
25% OF OGM NI/2 SE1/4.
SI/2 OF NEI/4. SI/2 OF
SI/2 OF NE /4 OF
NEI/4NWI/4 OF NWI/4QSI/2
OF NWI/4 & NI/2 OF SWI/4;
5 R0015700 HX $1916.03
10-05.18-00-000-0080-0
98.02 AC 011095P0234`
CROFT DELBERT JR & SHERRY
RR 3 BOX 143.A
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054'
SI/2 OF NW 1/4 & ALL THAT
PART OFSI/2 OF NEI/4 OF
NW 1/4 LYING S OF R/W OF
RD THAT RUNS E FROM SR
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)I
6 R0017100 HX $157.38
11-05-18-00-000-0072-0
11.50AC OB0124P0271
COTHRAN VERNON A & I.NDA
RR 3 BOX 129
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM @ NW COR SEI/4.TH SE
ALNGGRD RD 1819.59 FT' TH
NE ALONG RD 1666.68 FT, TH
N 198.67 FTTH W 1396.56
(ADD' I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
7 R0018400 $65.87
12-05-18-00-000-0027.0
12.02 AC OIB0057P0287
WILLIAMS IIARABARA LE
WILLIAMS KENNY
RR 3 BOX 124
I.AKE BUTI.ER, FL. 32054
THE WEST 475 FT OF EAST
950 FTOF SW1/4 OFNE 1/4.
SEC 12-5-18(ORB 578. 1'
287)

8 R0018500 $1309.28
12-05-18-00.000o003-.0
85.46 AC 01102101P0533
PHEI.P.S J.'K Sj MEAGAN S
3566 N W BROWN RAODI)
I.AK-. CITY. Fl. 32055 .
NEI/4 OF SWI/4. F.OECO .
GR RD TH NWI/4 OF SEI/4;
TH S217.24 FT OF SW /4 OF
NEI/4 & S 217,24 FT OF,
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.)
9 R0026000 HX $282.71
251-05-18-00-00.0020-0
I.00AC O100711P691
I.UKAT/ ROBERT E JR
RR 5 BOX 4148
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl.
32054-9802
COM AT I/S OF C/IOF
SR-239 & N/I. OF SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 & TH RUN 1- 210 Ff
THS 210 FTTH W 210 FT
(ADDI)'I. LEGAL.SEE TAXROI.L.)
10 R0027100 HX S155.08
26-05-1 8-00-000-0030-0
10.00 AC OB0041P019P6
NETTLES THOMAS I)
RT 5 BOX 4180
IAKE BUTLER, FI.
32054-9631
THE E 538 FT OF THE NE
1/4 OF NW 1/4 EXC THE S
525 FT THEREOF
11 R0028100 $109.16
27-05-18-00-000-0021-0
20.00 AC OBW0078PO02
MECUSKER DIA ID) C & PATRIC
RR S BOX 5737.
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
SI/2 SW1/4 QF SEI/4,
12 10028900 $447.56
28-05-18-00-000-0030-C
413.33 AC -
GUTHREI AK ,
611 MAIN ST
RIG SPRING. OK 78720
2/3 INT NI/2 OF SWI/4 OF
SNWI14& I/3 INT IN NEI4 -
SEC 29;.

13 R0031000 $i46.50
30-05-18-00-000-0010o-0
80.00 AC OBO1216P0I16
BRANA(GAN IRIAN.I.JR &
BRN.NAG.AN KEVIN M & StUTTON
2808 SANDERS DRIVE
FAMPA. FI. 33611
F1/2 OF SEI/4 OF SEC 30.
(ORB 195 P 166l
I SEC30-05-18I
14 R0034200 $1265.09
31-05-18-00-000.010N-0
1.65 AC OB0199P0572
ANDREWS JEFFERY. I. & KIMBE
RR 3 BOX 216 11
I.AKE BUTLER. FI.
32054-9709
BEG @ SW CORN SE 1/4 S: 1/4
& RUN E 120 YDS. TH RUN N
157.5 YD)S. TH RUN W 120
YDS. TH RUNS 157.5 YDS
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI,.)
15 R0037800 HX 5251.80
32-05-18-00-000.0143-0
S l.00OAC O0134P0023
I.ANSFORI) BRIAN GRAHAM
1.RR311OX 186.N
I.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
BEGIN NW COR SW1/4 SEC
32. TH S 686.55 FT TO
POB: TH S 307.50 FTr TO NW
COR SUMMERS F.ST, TH E 50
IAIDD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
16 R0040500 $1719.90
.4-05-18.-00000-033.p
10.70 AC OH0056P0409
HOI.I.IS DAVID I.
, RR5 BOX 4243
I.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM NW COR SW1/4 OF NWI/4
SEC 34, TH E 661.52 FT TO
P1'OB; TH E 688.22 FT. TH S
603.76 FTTH W 156.82 F'T.
(ADI)D'l. I.EGA. SKEL-, TAXROI.I.

17 ROO40800 HX $717.53
34-05-18-00.000-036.0
2.30 AC 0110190P0327
1RANNEN ADAM. TFNNII.I.E. E
9341 NW61STAV].:
lAKE BITI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM @ SE COR O 1 SEI/ OF
NWI/4& RUN N00*35'O09'W.
AI.NG E LIN THEREOF, 342.68
FT TO POB; S*1 2'04"W,
(ADD'I.IEGAI, SEE TAXROI.I
18 R0051900 $95.31


0rC6-06-N.()0(0-000L-005.


1.03AC OB0217P0157
MURDIE KIMBERILY
2811 NEW LEICESTER HWY
LEICESTER. FI, 28748-5182
COM @ SW COR OF NEI/4 OF
SEI/4& RUN W'LY, 112.89
FT TO INT WITH E R/W OF
CR 245; N'I.Y, AI.NG E R/W,
(AI)D'I, IEGAI SEE TAXROI.L)
19 R0054400 $834.13
06-06-18-00-000-0200-0
2.00 AC OB0203P0679
TOWNSEND CHARLES W
&IINDA
12317 MILLHOPPER RD
GAINESVII.LE. Al, 32653
COM @ NE COR OF LAND
CONVEYED TO DEWITT C
CIYATT IN ORB 15 PG 304
FOR POR: TH
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L.)
20 R0056700 $1086.91
06-06-18.00-000-0310-0
5.00 AC 0B0146P0240
BIVINS DALE & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 D1)
LAKE BUTLER. FL,
32054-9622
COM AT NW COR & RUN E
2814 2/3 FT TH S 139 FT
TO POB TH RUN S 643 FT E
335 1/3 FT N 643 FT W 335
(ADD',L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
21 R0057600 $611.54
06-06-18-00-000-0380-0
.35 AC OB0185P0358
BIVINS DALE F & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 D1)
LAKE BUTLER, FIl
32054-9622
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 6 &
RUN EAST 2814 2/3 FT TO
POB; EAST III FT; SOUTH
139 FT; WEST IIIFT; NORTH
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
22 R0057700 $331.83
06.06-18-00-000-0390.0
.05 AC OB0201P0245
BIVINS DALE F
RR 3 BOX 238
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9450
A SQ 45 FT BY 45 FT IN
THE SW COR OF THE
FOLLOWING PROPERTY COM
AT
NW COR OF SEC 6 & RUN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
23 R0057900 $1432.74
06-06-18-00-000-0410-0
3.37 AC OB0194P0688
LASSETER JOHN W JR & BEVE
RR 3 BOX 241 1)
LAKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 6 TH
RUN E 3150 FT TO POB: TH
RUN E 310 FT. THS 306
FT, TH W 144 FT, TH S 476
(ADD'I, LEGAI, SEE TAXROI.)
24 R0059700 HX $274.21
06.06-18-81.00C-0040-0
.50 AC OB0157P00172
BEASLEY ANTHONY G
RR 3 BOX 254-4C
VIILAGE I)R
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4 ILK C PROVIDENCE, ,
VILLAGE PI. AT BOOK 2/1 ..
25 R0060200' $440.67
06-06.18.81-02A-0020-0
.0 AC OB110214P0619
BOWEN KENNETH M
519 SW DUCKETT COURT
LAKE CITY, FL 32024 :
PILOT 2, BLOCK A, PHASE II
OF PROVIDENCE VILLAGE AS
PER PLATBOOK 2 PAGE 17
S24 R0060500 HX $780.05
06-06-18-81-02A-0050-0
1.03 AC OB0199P0062
I'AIXETT I.YNDA C
RR 3 BOX 254-14C
I.AKE IIUTI.ER. FI. 32054
(I.OT 5AA) 1.OT5 BI.K A
IHASE IP'ROVIDENCE:
VILLAGE SUB. (ORB 199 P
62) (06-06-811
27 R0063700 $1911.99
006.-18-81-021-0260-0
5.02 AC- OB0210P0270
WILLIS NAOMI A
336 SE CEDAR 1,OOP1
LAKE CITY. FL 32025
LOT 26, PHASE II BLOCK B
OF PROVIDENCE VILLAGE AS
RECORDEDIN PLAT BK 2 PG
17.
28 R0065900 HX, $2866.11
07-96-.8-000-004612-0
46.72 AC OB0166P10503
THOMAS CLAUDE I.
RR' 3BOX 281 ,
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
A PARCEL LOCATED IN THE
NEI/4 AS DESC IN OR 97
PAGE-176;

07-06-1-00-000-0021-0
1.00AC OB0165P0001
JONES WII.I.IAM .IAMES .IR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
COM @ SW COR OF I.OT 5 OF
HIILLSOF PROVIDENCE; EAST
175.79 -T:SOUTH. 238.08
FT TO N R/W OF CR 241-A:
(ADD'I.I.GA.SEF TAXROI I.
30 R0066600 $201.89
07-06-I18-00-000-0024-0
1.01 AC OB0198P0432
JONES WII.I.IAM .IANS .IR
RR13 BOX 275.
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FlI 32054
COM @SW COR. I OT 6.
HII.lS OF PROVIDENCE & RUN
N02*37'08"E. AING W I.N OF
LOT 6, 233.73 FT THOSE
(ADI)'L LEGAl, SEE TAXROI.I.)
.31 R0068900 $60.73'
07-06-18-00-000-0160-C
3..00 AC
STORE H .I & H J..I
, 325 N. ST. PAUI.
2620 TOWER II
D)AI.ILAS, TX 75201
1/10 MI S'l/2 SE1/4 EXC
TRACT 250 5Q IN NE COR
SEI/4 OF SEI/4 SFC 7.
SWI/4 OF SW1/4 SEC 8
(ADD'Il. lEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

32 R0070700 $107.48
0.06-.18-00.000-0030-.A
80.00 AC
IADD PETROI.ELUM CORP
370 17TH STSTE 1700
DENVER, CO 80202-5617
1/2 INT IN NEI/4 OF NF.1E/4
& SWI/4 OF NEI/4 & SIM/4
OF NWI/4 & NEI/4 OF
SW 1/4;
33 K0071300 $361.43
.06-.18-00-000-0070-0
5.o0 AC
ID.)MAN I.I.OYD L & JANICE
RR3BOX 1543
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054,9803
COM AT I/S OF 1 R/W/L OF
SR S 245 WITH N R/W/I. OF
SR S 241 A& RUN N ON R/W
S 245411.45 FT TH RUN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

34 R0071500 HX $771.60


O-06.I18-00.000-0072.0
2.09 AC OB0158110633
HRDMAN I.OYI) & TAMMY
WRR3 BOX 1542-A


IAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM NW COR SEC 8, TH S
913.81 FT, TH E 71.48 FT
TO INTERS 1I ROW CR S245 &
POB; TH E 195.43 FT, TH S
(ADD'IL L IGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
35 R0071600 HX $919.63
08-06-18-00-000-(K)80-0)
1.00 AC
HEDMAN LLOYD I. & JANICE I.
RR 3 BOX 1543
IAKE BUTLER, FIL
32054-9803
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/1. OF
SR-245 & N R/W/L. OF
SR-241-A & TH RUN W
362.32 FT TO POB TH RUN N
(ADD'L EIGAL SEE TAXROLL)
36 R0072600 lIX $60.05
08-06-18-00-0()0-0180-0
1.75 AC OBO00I4P0330
BROWN EDDIE .JAMES
RR 3 BOX 1549 A
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
COM @ SW COR SWI/4 OF
SEI/4 TH E 242 F ITFOR
IOB, TH N 180 FT. THI E
181.5 FT, TH S 180 FT. TH
W 181.5 FTTO POBl;
37 R0072900 HX $372.53
08-06-18-00-000-0192-0
.50AC OB0120P0386
PERRY CHARLES I, '
RR 3 BOX 1544-A3
I.AKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
SE I/4 SEC 8. TH N 947 FT
TO POB, THE 210, TH S
105, TH W 210. TH N 105FT
(ADD'L LEGAiL SEE TAXROLL)
38 R0073000 HX $60L53
08-06-18-00-000-0193-0
.50 AC OB0124P0370
WHITE GERALDINE
RR 3 BOX 1544-1B
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
COM @ 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 B)Y OF
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
39 R0073400 HX $766.19
08-06-18-00-000-0201-0
1.00 AC OB0154P0120
JENKINS JESSE & EMMA LOU
RR 3 BOX 1544-1 A
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 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
(ADD'L IEGAL. SEE TAXROI.L)
40 R0073600 $352.98
08-06-18-00-000-0203-0
I.00AC OB0167P0212
GEORGE TINA
RR 2 BOX 599-A
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM NW COR 0OF SW1/4 OF
SEI/4 SEC 8. TH 1253.49FT
TO IPOBTH E170FT. TH
S256.23FT. TH W170'FT, TH
N256.23FT TO PO(I.0OAC):
41 R0073900 $101.76
08-06-18-0.J-00-02210 '
18.38 AC OB0180P0323
TRULUCK ROGER STEVE & EILA
RR3BOX 169 ","
LAKE BUTLER, F.L 32054
COM @ NE COR OF NW1/4 OF
SEI/4FOR POB;
S02*36'44"E, ALNG E IN
THEREOF, 672.53 FT TO S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
42 R0074400 $2260.48
08-06-18-00-000-0260-0
2.00 AC OB0179P0078
ANDREWS BART & DANIELIE
RR 3 BOX 1543B11
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM AT SW COR OF SW 1/4
OF NE 1/4 FOR POB TH RUN
N 181.81 FTTH RUN W 210
FT TH RUN S 420 FT TH RUN
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
43 R0076000 $525.56
09-06-18-00-000-0060-0
4.04 AC OB0110213P0271
.JONES JIMMIE L,
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02*52'32"E, ALNG E
LN THE REOFI685.42 FT;
S87*38'37"W. 61.05FT TO
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
44 R0076100 $1573.45
09-06-18-00-000-0061-0
8.70 AC OB01951'0266
JONES JIMMIE
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02*52'32"E, ALNG E
LN THEREOF1685.42 FT;
S87*38'37"W, 61.05FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
45 R0076200 $676.74
09-06-18-00-000-0070-0
3.20AC OB0126P0647
JONES FERMAN
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9510
COM SE COR SEC 9, TH N
1847.63FT, TH W 55.61 FT
TO W ROW SR 241 & POll; TH
S 456.01 FT TO INTERS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

46 R0076300 $1046.54
09-06-18-00-000-0071.0
2.00AC 0110165P0313
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BIUTIER, FI,
32054-9802
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 9,
RUN N1847.63 FT, W 55.61
FT TO W R/W LINE OF
SR-241 & POll. RUN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
47 R0076400 HX $159.68
09-06-18-00-000-0072-0
6.70 AC OB0128P0616
SNYDER BENNY LANE
PO BOX 56
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,
32697
COM SE COR SEC 9, TH N
2191.52 FT, TH W 56.65 FT
TO W ROW SR 241, TH W
253.41 FT, TH S 171.02
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
48 R0077000 HX $2298.13
09-06-18-00-000-0083-0
3.93AC OB0181P0299
HOLMES SINCIAIR I.JE
RT 5 BOX 4534
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM @ INT OF E BDRY OF
CTY RD 791 & N BDRY OF C
241A FOR P'OBTH RUN E 625
FT, TH N 297 FT TH W TO E
(ADD'I, LEGAL. SEE TAXROI.L)
49 R0077500 $459.61
09-06-18-400110-000
1.00 AC
WHITE ELSIE LEE
RR 3 BOX 1526
LAKE BUTLER, FIL
32054-9803
COM AT'/5 OF E R/W LINE
OF SR S-241-A WITH N I.INE
OF E 1/2 OF S 341 YDS OF
NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 FOR P1OB
(ADD'l LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)


50 R0078300 HX $717.24
09-06-18-00-000-0180-0
I.00 AC OB0197P0630
SCHLIPF KEVIN SCOTT SR &
MAUREEN ANN
RR 3 BOX 1563
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THAT PART OF SEI/4 OF
SW1/4 LYING S OF SR
S-241-A E OF W ROWLINE OF"
OLD COUNTY GRAD RD N OF
(ADD'l. LEGALSEE TAXROLL)
51 R0078500 $936.49
09-06-I18-00-000-0200-0
1.00 AC OB0160P0571 I
KEITH JOE ERNEST &
JOHN WALLACE KEITH
RR 5 BOX 5575
LAKE BUTLER. FL,
32054-9512
COM AT INTERSECTION OF ST
RDS 241 & S-241A AND RUN
S 210 FT W 210 FT N210
FT & E 210 FTTO BEG(;
52 R0079700 $646.21
09-06-18-65-000-0100-0
5.00 AC OB0163P0347
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9802
COM SW COR SEC 9, TH E
333.72 FT TO POB; TH E
166.86 FT, TH N 1308.79
FT TO S ROW CO GRD RD. TH
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
53 R0079800 $41.74
09-06-18-65-000-0101-0
5.00 AC OB0205P0354
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT 10 AS DESC IN OR
96/444 EXC OR 156/342 (5
AC)
54 R0079900 $77.11
09-06-18-65-000-0110-0
10.00 AC OB0160P0355
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
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 129032
FT TO POB
55 R0080300 $102.31
10-06-18-00-000.0030-0
27.66 AC OB0104P0429
JAMES JACOB I)
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVIILE, FL 32606
COM 2 SW COR OF NEl1/4 SEC
10 RUN E 50 FT TO E ROW
I.INE CO RD 241, TH N -
455.27 FT TO POB, TH E
(ADD,'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
56 R0080400 $283.81
10-06-18-00-000-0031-0
2.06 AC
JAMES SAMUEL A
C/O HILDA JAMES .
1010 MORELAND AVE
DURHAM, NC 27707
( OM I N(- COR NWI.'4 OF
%" 1.4 IHRUN- Fl 50 f T TO
INI (01 I (1IRO CORI) 241 &
S LINE HOPEWELL AME' '
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
57 R0080500 $164.55
10-06-18-00-000-0032-0
27.66 AC OB0058P0643
JAMES JACOB !)
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM @ 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)
58 R0080600 $500.99
10-06-18-00-000-0033-0
,27.66 AC OB0087P0403
.JAMES JACOB D)
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE. FL 32606
COM @ SW COR NWI/4 OF SEC
10. TH E 50 FT TO E ROW .
LINE CO RD 241, TH N 909
FT TO POB, TH E 2656 FT,
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
59 R0081000 $619.25
10-06-18-00-000-0036-1
4.80 AC OB0160P0626
CROFT ROBERT CHET
RR 3 BOX 138
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ 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)
60 R0081200 $51.53
10-06-18-00-000-0037-0
.25 AC OB0076P0414
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
1/4 AC IN SW COR OF SEI/4
OF NWI/4;
61 R0082400 $718.93
10-06-18-00-000-0130-0
1.44 AC OB0186P0020
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
COM @ A PT ON 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)
62 R0082500 $843.98
10-06-18-00-000-0140-0
.89 AC OB0103P0514
J.IONES. JIMMIE L.
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT A PT ON E LINE OF
ST RD 241 WHERE SAl) LINE
INTERSECTTHE S LINE OF
PUB GRADED RD TO HOPEWELL
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0082600 $470.23
10-06-18-00-000-0141-0
1.13AC OB0109P0031
JONES JIMMIE LEE
WT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ PT ON E 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)
64 R0084200 HX $420.41
10-06-18.00-000-0310.0
.50 AC OB0170P0359
PERRY CLYDIA
RR 2 BOX 459
IAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9510
COM AT THE NE COR OF
SW1/4 OF SWI/4 OF SEC 10
T6S R 18E & THENCE RUN W
210 FT TO POB THENCE RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROILL)
65 R0084800 $159.33
10-06.18-00-000-0380-0
.50 AC
PERRY ALBERT LEE
RR 2 BOX 459
IAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9506
COM ON THE E R/W LINE OF .
SR241 ATA PT 50 FT E OF


NW COR OFOF SW1/4 OF
SWI/4 & RUN E 945 FT TH
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


66 R0085300 HX $159.68
10-06-18-00-000-0430-0
.50 AC OB0109P0083
HOLMES ROSETTA & WILLIAMS
RR 2 BOX 472
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9507
FROM P'OB AS DESC IN OR 27
P 227 TH CONT E 105 FT TH
RUN S 210 FT TH RUN W 105
FT & TH RUN N 210 FTTO
POB SUBJ TO R/W EASEMENT ,
67 R0085700 $741.76
11-06-18-00-000-0020.0
19.09 AC OB0066P0188
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
SEI/4 OF NEI/4 EXC 3 ACS
IN SE COR IN OR 30 P 567
EXC OR 381 P 63 & EXC 5
ACS IN OR 43 P 545, OR 52
(ADD'I. I.EGAISEE TAXROI.)
68 R0086200 $264.93
11-06-18-00-000-0024.0
2.00 AC 011B01091'0034
DEBOSE TERESA
RR 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 034
69 R0086300 HX $150.48
11-06-18-00-000-0025-0
.91 AC OB0109P0033
JONES RONNIE RAY
RR 5 BOX 5588
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
.91 AC IN SE1/4 OF SEI/4;
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 033:
70 R0087800 HX $1365.09
12-06-18-00-000-0052-0
11.07 AC OB0091P0528
NOEGE ILOUIE & JANICE
RR 5 BOX 5646
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
AS DESC IN OR 91 PAGE
528;
71 R0088400 $64.23
12-06-18-00-000-0070-0
13.66 AC
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 EXC IAC
DESC IN OR 41 P 43 EXC I
AC DESC IN OR 61 P696 TO
ADAMS; EXC OR 67 P 450.
(ADD'I, I,EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
72 R0093700 $1083.09
13-06-18-53-000-0060-0
3.48 AC OB0114P0205
MCDADE ROXIE
1632 SANDY HOILOW I.OOP
MIDDILEBURG, FL 3 2068
LOT 6 SADD)IE-BROOK
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PIAT BOOK I PG1 32:
73 R0093900 $222.06
13-06-18-53-000-0090-0
1.20 AC OB0215P0566
YOUNG SANDRA HEFLEN
300 GI.ENIYNN DRIVE
ORANGE PARK. FI. 32073
LOT 9 SADDl)E-BROOK
FlITt PlI 1100 B I P(, 32.
74 K00984-Y) $126.15
14-06-18-00-000-0096-0 ,
1.01 AC OB0208P0536
WHITE KYLE D & KARA D
RR 2 BOX 434-B
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM @ SE COR OF SWI/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN N04*02'36"W,
ALONG E I.N THEREOF, 68.90
FT TO INT WITH N R/W OF
(ADD'I. IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
75 R0101600 $472.15
15-06-18-00-000-0110-0
5.61 AC -OB0038P0452
DOUGLAS LARRY ALAN
RR 5 BOX 4870
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
N 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF TH
SW 1/4 EXC OR 94 PG 188
EXC OR 131/586 (11.70AC)
76 R01027-00 HX $261.81
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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROIL),
77 R0102800 $1435.11
15-06-18-00-000-0126-0
4.68 AC OB0176P0529
KELLY BRIAN M
PO BOX 602
PORT JEFFERSON STA, NY
11776-0602
COM SW COR SEC 15, TH N
ALG CNTR LN 241 2568.56
FT TO CNTR LN CR 239-A,
TH E 1794.80FT, TH S 40
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
78 R0103000 $424.32
15-06-18-00-000-0128-0
6.00 AC .B01I90P0076
ROGERS WILBUR WI.IE II &
RITA I.ORENE ROGERS
RR 2 BOX 481
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054 ,
COM @ SW COR OF SEC 15 &
RUN N86*29'24"E. AI.NG S
LN THEREOFI328.21 FT TO
SW COR THEREOF:
(ADD'L I,EGAISEE TAXROI.L)
79 R0103100 $492.30
15-06-18-00-000-0129-0
3.77 AC OB0146P0620
IOVEIACE .IOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTTER. FI, 32054
COM AT S'IY FOW OF
CR239-A & W LN OF E 315
FT OF S/WI/4 OF SEC 15
FOR POB; TH RUN S
(ADD'L I.EGAl, SEE TAXROI.L)

80 R0104800 $955.43
15-06-18-29-000-0060-0
2.06 AC OB0128P0620
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
I.AKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL FE 1/2 COM AT I/S -
OF F./L OF E 1/2 OF NW 1/4
&N R/W/L OF SR 239 A TH,
RUN W 1288.51 FTTH N 840
(ADD'I. I.EGA.L SEE TAXROI.I,)
81 R0105200 HX $542.12
15-06-18-29-000-0100-0
4.04AC OB0113P0140
JONEFS FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER. FL.
32054-9802
LOT J FORREST HILIIS
SUBDIVISION
82 R0106700 HX $565.77
15-06-18-46-000-0050-0
2.10 AC OB0141P0034
AI.I.DREDGE TIMOTHY L & SUS
RR 2 BOX 430-5
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL #5 AS DESC IN OR
81 PAGE 301;
83 R0108400 $463.20
15-06-18-46-000-0230-0
3.59 AC OB0197P0346
TENNANT CHAD G
23758 NW 22ND AVENUE
IAWTEY, FL. 32058


LOT 23 CREEKSIDE FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 72 P381:
84 R0108700 HX. $155.08
15-06-18-46-000-0260-0
3.58 AC OB01461'0206
FERRIES FLOYD
PO BOX 64 '
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697-0064
LOT 26 CREEKSIDE FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 75 P 495:
85 R0108800 HX $152.78
15-06-18-46-000-0270-0
3.22 AC 0B0163P0348
CLEMONS KENNETH & PAUIA
RR 2 BOX 430.-L27
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9802
LOT 27 CREEK SIDE ESTATES
AS DESC IN OR 78 P 619;
86 R0110900 HX $155.08
16-06-18-000-00-0060-0
5.00 AC OB0200P0064
DOUGLAS VIRGINIA & IARRY
RR 5 BOX 4870
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
E25 A OF S3/4 OF SW1/4 OF
SEI/4; EXC OR 101 PAGE
447
87 R0112800 HX $155.08
16-06-18-36-000-0170-0
5.00 AC OB0093P0126
JACKSON MARTHA I)
RR 3 BOX 1558&K
LAKE BUTLER, FiJ 32054
LOT 17 PROkOP FARM AS
I)ESC IN OR 491611 '
OFFICIAL RECORDS UNION
COUNTY ,
88 R0113400 HX $157.38
16-06-18-36-000-0270-0 ;
.90 AC OB0193P0359
WESSENDORF DOROTHY B
RR 5 BOX 5259
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE S483 FT OF COM @ NE
COR SEC 16, TH W 50 FT,
THS 2633.80 T, THW "'
1289.49 FT. TH S 1656.71
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

89 R01 3600 $36.37
16-06-18-36-000-0350-0
5.01 AC OB0173P0040
WATERS MARTHA D
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 35 OF PROKOP FARMS
(UNRCD SUBDIVISION) (ORB
173, P 40)
90 R0113700 $34.08
16-06-18-36.000-0360-0
5.01 AC OB0118P0164
WATERS MARTHA D
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 36 PROKOP FARMS AS
DESC IN OR 49 PAGE 676
91 R0116100 $594.39
17.06-18-00-000-0040-0
13.50 AC OB002910679
FRENCH PAUL V JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
I %AK. BIUTI ER. II. 32054 .
COM AT N1' COR Of NEC 17
TH RLIN 1. 320 1-t'TH RUN S
75 FT FOR POB Tif RUNS "-
495 FT TH E 1320 FT TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)
92 R0116200 HX $1209.78
17-06-18-00-000-0050-0
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)
93 R0118500 $521.49
17-06-18-42-000-0100-0
.1.57 AC B0120510449
BAILEY KATHRYN ARTHUR
PO BOX 517
CUSSE.TA.GA 31805
COM @ SW COR NI/2 SWI/4
NF/4TH N 2"28'21" W "'
770.00 FT; TH N87*O10'01"
E 327.00 FT: TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
94 R0118600 $192.43
17.06-18-42-000-0101-0
1.30AC OB0171P0286
ELIXSON JOHN PAUL
P 0BOX 46
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697-0083
COM SW COR N1/2 OF SW 1/4,
TH N 770 FT, TH E 327 FT,
THS330FT,THE209.38.
FT, TH N 325 FT TO POB;
(ADD'L LEGAI/SEE TAXROLL)
95 R0122800 HX $1679.81
21-06-18-00-000-0024-0
1.25 AC
WESSENDORF JONATHAN W &
DOROTHY BELLE
RR 5 BOX 5259
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM SE COR NEI/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 TAXROLIL)
96 R0123900 HX $157.38
21.06-18-000-010.3-0
2.80 AC OB0118P0348
SPARLING JOYCE .
RR5 BOX 5130
LAKEBIUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SE 1/4. THW 50 FT TO ROW
SR 241. TH N 417.5 FT TO
POB. TH W 367.5 FT. TH N
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
97 R0124500 HX $941.17
21-06-18-41-000-0040-0
2.05 AC OB0207P0174
BEARD ARTHUR & CASSIE DAN
RR,5 BOX 4854
LAKE BUTLER, FIL 32054
LOT 4, SANTA FE HILLS AS
PER PB I, PG 28, PUBLiIC
RECORDS OFUNION COUNTY.
FLORIDA
98 R0125400 HX $159.68
21-06-18-41-000-0150-0
2.08 AC OB0126P0679
JACKSON DEI.ORIS V
RR 5 BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
LOT 15&23 SANTA FE
HILIS, ARECORDEDI)
SUBDIVISION OF UNION
COUNTY FLROIDA: LESS &
(A)DD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.) :
99 R0125900 $269.53
21-06.18-41-00-0230-0
2.00 AC OB0127P0285
JACKSON DEIORES
RR S BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FIL 32054
LOT # 23 SANTA FE HILLS
SUB. A RECORDED SUB OF
UNION CO.; .
100 R0126000 HX $164.10
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 HIILIS


101 R0126100 $784.84










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21-06-.18-41-000-0250-0
2.97 AC OB00202P0604
POOLE JERRY C & DEIBORAH
RR 5 BOX 5278
LAKE IBUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
LOT 25 SANTA FE II.IS AS
REC IN 'I.ATT BOOK I PAGE(
28:

(102 R0126200() HX $152.78
21-06-18-41-000-0260-0
2.74 AC OB01991'0458
POOLE.IERRY C & DEBORAH
RR 5 BOX 5278
LAKE BUTLER. Fl, 32054
I.OT 26 SANTA FE HII.LLS AS
REC IN P'IATT BOOK I PAGE
28;
103 R0126400 $282.92
21-06-18-412-000-0300-0
2.09 AC OB0179P0603
BRENNEN GEORGE W JR & MAR
.' 110 KENTIUCKY AVE
FORT ILAUDERDAIE, FI,
33311
LOT 30 SANTA FE HILLS AS
REC IN PIATT BOOK I PAGE
28
104 R0126500 HX $266.82
21-06-18-41-000-0310-0
2.08 AC OB019710492
DANIEI.S TAMMY
RR 5 BOX 5271
LAKE BUTI.ER, FI, 32054
LOT 31 AS DESC IN OR 76 P
44 SANTA FE HILLS;
105 R0126800 $636.08
21-06-18-41-000-0350-0
1.96 AC OB0121P0320
JOHNSON NAOMI I,
PO BOX 1192
PLANT CITY. FI, 33564
LOT 35 SANTA FE HII.LLS AS
REC IN PIATT BOOK 1 PAGE
28;

106 R0126900 $935.45
21-06-18-41-000.r0360-0
2.08 AC OB01030P0619
JOHNSON NAOMI I?,E
P.O.BOX I t92
PLANT CITY. FlI 33564
S LOT 36 SANTA FE HILLS
107 R0127500 $842.28
21-06-18.41-000-0440.0
2.33 AC OB0204P0061
4 MILE BRANCH PROPERTY SE
208 SE HERNANDQ AVENUE
IAKE CITY. EL 32025
LOT 44 SANTA FE HILLS
108 R0129500 $71.58
21-06-18-45-000-0170-0
10.60 AC OIB073P0033
ABBOTT ROBERT &,MICHAEL Z
4630 DRUMMOIND LANE
ORLANDO, Fl, i.10
.LOTS 17 & 17A UPLAND
PINES, ASDESC IN OR 73,
PAGE 33 & 40;
109 R0129900 $1S 8.07
21-06-18-45-000-0230-0
1.52 AC OB02112P0311
JONES WILLIAM .IAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
IAKE BUTI.ER,FI, 32054
LOT 23 UPIANIJPINES
PIANTATIONCOM @ NW COR
OF
SEC 21 & RUN N 86*27'24"E
2763.86 FT TO W ROW SR
(ADD'I. LEGA I.SEETAXROI.)I.)
110 R0130000 $571.51
21-06-18-45-000-0240-0
1.52 AC OB0213P0116
CAREY C DAVID
PO BOX 895
WINDER, GA 30680
PARCEl, 24 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATION: COM @ NW COR
& RUNN86*27'24"E ALNG N
LINE. 2763.86 FT TO W R/W
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLIL)

III R0130400 $649.28
21-06-18-45-000-0280-0
3.55 AC OB0119P0099
JONFS TIMOTHY ..
C'O B.TTY.IONIES
6795 SWt7.ftl NUK F ..X
I1 4K I' tl 'l. Fl. '32054
LOT 28 UPI.AND PINI-.S
PIANTATIONAN UN RECORDED
SUBDIVISION; ORB 119-99
112 R0130900 $135.71
21-06-18-45-000-0330-0
1.02 AC OB0172P0455
FEAGIN JENNIFER
1075 MARY FRANGEF DR -
KISSIMMEE. Fl, 34741
,OT 33 DESC OR 172/455
113 R0131000 HX.. $152.78,
21-06-18-45-000-0340-0
1.02 AC OB0119P0472
FEAGIN ETHEL
RR 5 BOX 4914
LAKE BUTIER,FI, 32054
LOT 34 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATIONAN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION; ,_

114 R0131400 $15633
21-06-18-45-000-0380-0
1.18 AC OB0160P0193
CROFT CRAIG ,,
R 3 BOX 138
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 38 UPIAND PINES
PLANTATIONAN UNRECORDED)
SUBDIVISION; .
115 R0131500 $154.08
21-06-18-45-000-0390-0
1.16 AC OB0160P0193
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 BOX 138
IAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 39 UPLAND PINES
SPLIANTATIONAN UNRECORDED)
SUBDIVISION;
116 R0132100 HX $975.05
21-06-18-45-000-0451-0 ,'
1.20 AC OB0103P0684
MARTIN MARIAH ANN
RT 5 BOX 4932
IAKE BIUTIER, FL 32054
SOUTH 322.13 FTI OF LOT 45
AS I)LS.NC IN OR 103 PG 684: ;

117 R0132500 HX $829.87
21-06-.18.45.000-490.-01
I1.01 At 010151i'0235
.SIMM)ONS KRISS & PH 1.1NS
RR 2 BOX 4611
I.AKE IIUTI.ER F. Fl. 32054
CO.MNK COR SE 20.TH 1-.
2021.94 I-T. TH 5 619.62
f [I) ON ROW SARA 2.N. THS
60 Fl TO N ROW. IH W
S I D)I)'I. I.EGAI SEEI TAXROI.l.)
118 R0133200 $149.66
21-06-18-45-007-0011-0
1.06 AC 0B0185P0446
NEAI. MICHEI.I.E
4117 SW 20TH AVE
APT 65
S(.4MNFSVII.I.E. Fl. 32607
P ORrION OF BI.K 7-1.OT A,
UPI.ANDI)PINE.S PI.ANTATION
(UNRECORDEDI)) COM -SE COR
OF SEC 17 & RUN
(ADI)D' IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
119 R0134000 HX $478.27
21.06-18-45-011-0010-0
1.43 AC 01B017810659
R:USS .IOHN I) DVID)
RR 5 BOX 4892
I.AKE BUTI.ER, FI. 32054
PARCEL ll-A OF UPLAND


PINES PIANTATJON.DESC AS
FOIJLOWS: COM @ SE COR OF
SEC 17& RUN N02*40'40"W.
(ADD'I. I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL).)
120 R0135100 HX $1246.59
22-06-18-00-000-0031.0
1.00 AC O0102P01477
HARDEN JOSEPH & $TACY
RT 5 BOX 5260
AKE BUTLER, FI, .
32054-9803
APROX I AC IN NW 1/4. DESC
IN OR 81 P 182;
121.R0141900 HX $381.78
24-06-18-00-000-0056-0
1.10 AC OB0184P0190
NAVARRO L.UIS M & LINDA S
RR 2 BOX 607 A13
I.AKE IUTI,ER, FI, 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEI/4 &
RUN N02*47'38'W. ALNG W
LN, 1331.20 FT TO SW COR
OF NW1/4 OF SEK/4;
(ADD'I, I.EGAI, SEE TAXROI.L,)


122 R0142000 HX $481.37
24-06-18-00-000-0057-0
1.10 AC OB0186P0377
NORMAN FRANK E & CATHERIN
RR 2 BOX 607 A-12
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEI/4 OF
SEC 24 & RUN N02*47'38"W.
ALNG W I.N THEREOF,
1331.20 FT TO SW COR OF
(ADDI)L I.EGAl. SEE TAXROI.l,)
123 R0143400 $1030.39
24-06-18-73-.0000020-0
1.29 AC OB0205P0557
CREWS .AMES E & REWIS TER
PO BOX 312
MACCLENNY. FI. 32063
LOT 2 HAYlAND HGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION
124 RO 143500 $859.02
24-06-18-73-000-0030-0
1.21 AC O0B0156P0389
JENKINS LEE & BASS CATHY
PO BOX 44
LAKE BUTLER. FL.
!12054-0044
LOT 3 HAYI.AND HGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION
125 R0143700 HX $150.48
24-06-18-73-000-0050-0
1.07 AC OB10179P0163
HURST MICHAEl, & JOAN
PO BOX 621
LAKE BUTI.ER. F, 32054
LOT 5 HAYIAND HEIGHTS
RECORDEDSUBDIVISION
126 R0145000 HX $1521.46
25-06-18-00-000-0027-0
6.08 AC OB0131P0001
BESSERMAN RICHARD I, & JO
RR 2 BOX 643-1.
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM SW COR SE/14 OF SWI2/4
SEC 25, TH E AI.G S LN
834.17 FT, TH E 18.18 FT
TO POll; TH N 756.26 FT,
(ADD'I. IEGAISEE TAXROLL)
127 R0145800 HX $1544.72
25-06-18-00-000-0035-0
8.76 AC OB0108P0041
CREWS JOHN A & PHYLLIS D
RR 2 BOX 643-E2
IAKE BUTLER, FI,
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'I, LEGAL, SEE TAXROLL)
128 R0146000 $54.69
25-06-18-55-000-0020-0
5.01 AC OB0091P0543
STORY ROBERT S
1333 DUNN AVE
APT #1104
.JACKSONVIILE, FI, 32218
COM @ 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'I, I.EGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
129 R0146600 HX $1330.24
25-06-18-55-000.0090-0
5.01 AC OB0125P0531
PHILLIPS MATHEW J & DAPHN
PO BOX 136
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL.
32697
COM @ NE COR SEC 25. TH S
144539 FT, TH NW 249.99
FT TO N ROW 40 FT TO GRI)
RD & PO11; TH SW 95.35 FT,
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
130 R0146900 $418.45
25-06-18-55-000-0110-0
3.02 AC 0102051P0184
SPRADLEY CHARI.IE
144 VIA ROSINA
JUPITER. FI, 33458
15.01 AC AS DIESC IN ORB
124 P 229: LESS ORB
159/455 (3 AC) LESS ORB
17.3293 (5 AC) LESS ORiB
203/139 (3.99 AC)
131 R0147000 HN $355.28
25-06-18-55-000-0111-0
3.00AC OB0159P0455 ......
PROSE MARVIN AJ.R &
TABITHAA
RR 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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
132 R0156800 $31.93
33-04-19-00-000-0080-A
6,47 AC
BAXTER CLARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PI,
GAINESVILLE., Fl
32605-2004
21.5166% OF 1/2 INT SWi/4
OF SEI/4 SI/2 OF SEI/4 OF
SWI/4;
133 R0160400 $40.98
04-05-19-00-000-0090-A
10.78 AC
BAXTER CLARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PI.
GAINESVILLE, FL,
32605-2004
O G & M IN 21.5166% OF
1/2 INTSV34 OF SEI/4 OF
SEI/4, WI/2 OF SEI/4 OF.
SWl/4 & NI/4 OF SEI/4 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
134 R0163400 $745.06
06-05-19-00.000-0152-0
5.24 AC OB0183P0631
TROWEL JOSEPH W
RR 3 BOX 428
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
SEI/4 OF THE SEI/4 LYNG E
OF CO MAINT RD, LESS THE
N 466.70FT; EXC OR165/256
(IAC)
135 R0163500 HX $1541.95
06-05-19-00-000-0153-0
5.75 AC OB0183P0630
TROWELI, JOSEPH W
RR 3 BOX 429
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF
SEI/4 OFSEI/4 IYNG W OF
COUNTY RD & THE E 50 FT
OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4:;
136 R0164200 HX $2174.52
07-05.19-00-000-0010-0
8.98 AC OB0074P0359
DAVIS JAMES A & MEIINDA
RR3 BOX 94.
LAKE BUTTER. Fl,
32054-9419
N 1/2 OF NE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THEE 702.58 FT
137 R0164300 $1086.53
07-05-19-00-000-0011-0
5.08 AC 0B0161P0277
DOUGIAS ROGER
PO BOX 345S
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
THE E 702.58 FT OF THE N
315.0FT OF THE NE1/4 OF
NEI/4
138 R0171700 HX $451.61
25-05-19-00-000-0040-0
1.50 AC OB0133P0093
RO.LLINS EDWARD WAYNE & KI
RR 3 BOX 26
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL).)
139 R0175600 HX $872.93.
26-05-19-00-000-0056-A
2.50 AC OB0200P0068
STRINGER ADAM BARKLEY
RR 3 BOX 48-2
IAKE BUTIER,f FI, 32054
TWO & ONE HALF (2 1/2) AC
IN THE SE COR OF NI/2 OF
SI/2 OF SWI/4 OF NWI/4,
BEING 165 FT NORTH (N)
/(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.).
140 R0175700 $431.05
26-05-19-00-000-0056-0
7.50 AC OB0043P0291
WATERS ELVERA C
RR 3 BOX 45
IAKE BUTLER. Fl, 32054
NI/2 OF Sl/2 OF SWI/4 OF


NWI/4l.ESS & EXC A PRCI,
BEING 165 FTN & S BY 660
FT E & W, I.YING IN THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER.
141 R0179200 $196.84
31-05.19-00.000-0032-0
13.59 AC 0B00581'03.03
CRAWFORD) JAMES
3704 FARMER DR
JACKSONVIILE, FI,
32210-5024
Sl/3 OF SEI/4 OF NWI/4

142 R0179300 $70.47
31-05-19-00-000-0033-0
13.59 AC OB0063P0720(
CRAWFORD) JAMES B
3704 FARMER DR
JACKSONVILLE, Fl.
32210-5024
SI/2 OF N2/3 OF SEI/4 OF
NWI/4
143 R0179400 $68.17
31-05-19-00-000-0034-0
13.59 AC OB0063P0719
CRAWFORD) JAMES
3704 BARMER DR
JACKSONVILLE, FI,
32210-5024
NI/3 OF SEI/4 OF NW1/4
144 R0183600 HX $172.27
35-05-19-00-000-0020-0
2.00 AC
HOLMES THOMAS M
RR 4 BOX 3790
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9327
THAT PORTION OF SOUTH 545
FT OF SEI/4 OF NEI/4
IYING WEST OFCOUNTY
GRADED ROAD
145 R0185300 $1111.28
35-05-19-76-000-0020-0
2.48 AC OB0157P0683
PARRISH MARGIE R
PO BOX 1287
BARBOURVII.IE, KY
40906-5287
LOT 2 QUAIL RIDGE
RECORDED SUB PLAT 2/4
146 R0185700 HX $512.06
35-05-19-76-000-0060.0
1.00AC OB0152P0479
MECUSKER MEGAN E &
MECUSKER DAVID C
RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 6 QUAIL RIDGE
RECORDED SUB PIAT 2/4
147 R0187100 HX $431.84
36-05-19-00-000-0081-0
1.00 AC OB0140P0602
DICKS MARK A & COREY J
RR 4 BOX 3707
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
BEG AT SE COIR LOT 10
WARDS SUB, SAID PT BEING
ON ROW BROWNING ROBERTS
RD, TH E ALG ROW 206.78
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
148 R0187200 HX $892.72
36-05-19-00-000-0082-0
2.00AC OB0144P0514
DICKS TOMMY I) & ERIN E
RR 4 BOX 3708
LAKE BUTI.ER. 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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
149 R0190200 HX $283.11
36-05-19-37-000-0010-0
1.13 AC OB0052P0013
BISHOP CIINTON T & LINDA
RR 4 BOX 3738
IAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9326
LOT I WARDS SUBDIVISION
ACCORDING TO PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1.
PAGE 27. PUBLIC
RECORDUNION COUNTY
150 R0190700 HX $691.20
36-05-19-37-000-0090-0 ,
1.96 AC OB0J73P0319
BISHOP RYAN T & ANGCIl. I B
RR4 BOX 3737 -
IAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9326
LOT 9 WARDS SUBDIVISION.
AS REC IN PLAT BOOK I PG
27;
151 R0193100 HX $1126.92
36-05-19-75-000-0020-0
1.13AC OB0185P0587
DERON DERRII.I RAY &
WARD CARI P
RR 4 BOX 3916
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
LOT 2 OF QUAIL. HEIGHTS AS
PER PIAT RECORDED IN PB
2, P 5, UNION CO. Fl, (ORB
185. P 587) (SEC 36-5-19)
152 R0193500 HX $678.67
36-05-19-75-000-0060-0
1.75 AC OB0151P0463
FITNESS GEOFFREY E & VIC
RR 2 BOX 607 A7
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOT 6 QUAIl, HEIGHTS
RECORDED PLAT 2/5

153 R0193600 HX $150.48
36-05-19-77-000-0010-0
i.00 AC OB0191P0496
PAYNE JOY LYNNE
RR 4 BOX 3959
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
LOT I QUAIl, HAMMOCK
RECORDED PIAT 2/2
154 R0193700 $226.13
36-05-19-77-000-0020-0
1.00AC OB0213P0610
BURGREEN ENTERPRISES INC
PO BOX 81
LAKE GENEVA', FL, 32160
LOT 2 QUAIl, HAMMOCK
RECORDED PIAT BOOK 2/2
155 R0193900 M $226.15
36-05.19.77.000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0212P0238
CAMPS LIEO & MCCIAIN PRISC
15360 SW 2ND COURT ROAI)
OCAIA. FL 34473"
LOT 4 QUAIL, HAMMOCK
RECORDED PLAT BOOK 2/2
156 R0194400 $174.78
36,05.19.82.000.0010-0
.50 AC OB01731P002 I
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTDI)
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGEIO, TX 76901
LOT 1 HIDDEN OAKS

157 R0194500 $174.78
36-05-19-82-000-0020-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ITD
C/O STAGE COACH INC .
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO. TX 76901
LOT 2 HIDDEN OAKS
158 R0195000 $211.76
36-05-19-82-000-0070-0
.62 AC 0B0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
LOT 7 HIDDEN OAKS
159 R0195200 $267.23
36-05-19.82-000-0090-0
.80 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ITD


C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
LOT 9 HIDDEN OAKS
160 R0195300 $270.30
36-05-19-82-000-0100-0
.81 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ITDI
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
LOT 10 HIDDEN OAKS
161 R0195900 $637.01
36-05-19-82-000-0160-0
2.00 AC OB0173P0024
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO. TX 76901
LOT 16
162 R0201000 $757.14


02-06-19-00-000-0015-0
1.41 AC 01018010003
EIIXSON .JOSEPH ADAM
RR 4 BOX 3683
LAKE IIUTIER, Fl, 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
NEI/4& RUN N01*24'12"W.
AI.NG E I LN SEC 2. 23.03
FT; S88*09'51"W,ALNG S l.N
(ADD'I, LEGAL. SEE TAXROLLI.,)
163 R0201300 HX $531.51
02-06-19-00-000-0015-3
1.00 AC OB0182P0054
EILIXSON JEFFREY GORDON
RR 4 BOX 3686
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NEl/4 OF
NEI/4& RUN NORTHERLY.,
ALONG E LN, 23.03 FT TO
POB: WESTERLY. PARAILEI,
(ADD'l, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
164 R0202300 HX $435.75
02-06-19-00-000-0100-0
13.76 AC OB0162P0253
ANDREWS ALBERT .2
RR 4 BOX 3670
IAKE BUTLER, FLf
32054-9321
COM AT SE COR OF NEi/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'1L LEGAL SEE TAXR()LIL)
165 R0205800 HX $2114.12
04-06-19-00-000-0010-0
7.63 AC OB0218P0549
FEAGLE MYRTLE
RR 4 BOX 3100
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9311
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN E TO E'LY R/W LINE OF
SR S-796AA DIST OF 40 FT
TO POB TH S ALNG ROW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
166 R0206700 HX $403.70
04-06-19-00-000-0030-0
.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 ILLEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
167 R0209500 HX $150.48
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
168 R0209700 HX $706.85
04-06-19-54-000-0061-0
1.03 AC OB0109P0328
ELIXSON ERNIE I, & JOYCE A
RR 4 BOX 3334
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
PART OF PARCEL #6 AS DESC
IN OR 92 PAGE 287;
169 R0210700 HX $165.79
04-06-19-54-000-0150-0
2.50 AC OB0180P0045
NAQUIN .EROME .
RR 4 BOX 3294
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
NI/2 OF LOT 15 2.5 AC
170 R0213000 $300.53
04-06-19-60-000-0010-0
1.66 AC OB0148P0678
JORDAN PATRICIA
9077 RAINBOW LANE
JACKSONVIILE, FI, 32220
COM INTERS E LN WITH N
ROW S796, TH W 1600.23
FT, TH W AI. ROW 124.89 FT
TO POB; TH W140.62 FT, TH
(ADD'I LEGAl. SEE TAXROLL)
171 R0213600 HX $431.89
04-06-19-60-000-0040-0
5.01 AC OB0170P0272
O'HERN DONNA G
RR 4 BOX 3.149
I \kt BlUTI fR.FlI. 321154
PARCI' 1.4 I.ONGI.. F AS IDFSC .
IN OR 99 Pr.GE 564 -
172 R0219100 $849.34
05-06-19-79-000-0040-0
4.00 AC OB0185P0543
DENSON WILLIAM M
RR4 BOX 3130
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 4, OAK GROVE HILLS
RECRDIN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
8: LESS & EXC 1.00 AC
PRCL IN NE COR THEREOF &
(ADD'I. LEGAL'SEE TAXROLL)
173 R0222100 HX $977.99
07-06-19-00-000-0094-0
1.95 AC OB0179P0343
BARBER JANE ET AL
RR 5 BOX 5682
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9640
COM @ INTERSEC OF W LN OF
E 1/2 OF SEC 7, WITH CO
RD 238-A, TH E ALG ROW
522.72 FT, TO POBTH E
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
174 R0224400 $596.03
08-06-19-62-000-0100-0
9.20 AC OB0100P0244
MECUSKER DAVID C & PATRIC

RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 10 GROVE ESTATES
PHASE II AS DESC IN OR
100 PAGE 244;
176 R0225100 HX $291.82
09-06-19-00-000-0012-0
1.00 AC OB0134P0380
REDDING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
I.AKE 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 IEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
177 R0225400 $67.40
09-06-19-00-000-0015-0 '
12.50 AC OB0146P0672
REDI)ING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM NEW COR SEC 9, TH E
2747.04 FT TO INTERS CNTR
N 50 FT GRI) RD, TH S
244.13 FT TO POB; TH E
(ADD'i. LEGAL SEETAXROL,)
178 R0232100 $1176.46
11-06-19-00-000-0140-0
1.00 AC OB0053P0203
WHITEHEAD LUCIILE A DI)EESE
20109 NW CR235
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT SW COR OF SE1/4 OF
NWI/4 & RUN N AI.G W'TLY
BDRY OF LAND DESC IN OR
25 P 225-226 611.16 FT
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
179 R0232400 $224.82
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
RDI) 625 FT & SE ON 45 DEG
ANGLE 600 FT TO BEG

180 R0233600 $1804.18


11-06-19-00-000-0220-0
5.28 AC OB0105P0488
MCRANNOLDS .IAMES A & DONN
2703 W 5TH STREET
FERNANDINA BEACH, FI,
32034-2038
TROWELL PROPERTY COM AT
SW COR AT SE 1/4 OF NW
1/4 TH RUN N 894 FT TH
NE'LY ALG S'LY R/W OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

181 R0245400 HX $238.79
16-06-19-63-000-0030-0
8.96 AC OB0146P0560
JENNINGS MICHAEL D & MARIA
RR 2 BOX 260-N
IAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-0233
LOT 3 PINEWOOD ESTATES
EXC I AC IN NW COR; ALSO
DESC PARCEL 3-B & 3-C
. (OR146/561)


182 R0247100 HX $159.68
16-06-19-64-000-0011-0
2.65 AC OB0145P0682
MARTIN THOMAS M
RR2 BOX 261F1
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9630
COM SW COR NW1/4 OF NWI/4
SEC 16, THE 1653.27 FT
TH N 1313.96 FT TO S l.N
SEC 9, THE 612.89 FT TO
(ADD'I. I.EGAI, SEE TAXROII.)
183 R0248100 HX $358.50
16-06-19-64-000-0052-0
1.00 AC OB0122P0415
POWEIL.IUI.IE
RR 2 BOX 262-C6
IAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
NE 1/4 SEC 16. TH S 585
FT, TH E 468.81 FT TO
POB; TH N 231.887 FT TO S
(ADD'I, I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI..)

184 R0248200 HX $157.38
16-06-19-64-000-0053-0
1.00 AC OB0200P0683
KUCZENSKA MICHAEL G
RR 2 BOX 262-C8
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NW COR SW1/4 NEI/4
SEC 16S 00*17'50"E
585.80 FT; TH N
89*50'38"E,281.16 Fr TO
(ADD'L LI.EGAI, SEE TAXROI..)
185 R0248400 HX $157.38
16-06-19-64-000-0055-0
3.50 AC OB0127P0399
HOLDER JAMES V & LORI ANN
PO BOX 327
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697-0327
SAID PORTION OF IANDI)
BEING DESAS 3.05AC+/- REC
IN ORI111PG459
186 R0252700 HX $118735
19-06.19-00-000-0050-0
1.60 AC OB0148P0064
MCNEAI. HOWARD AND KELLIE
RR 2 BOX 685
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
COM @ 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)
187 R0253400 HX $326.71
19-06-19-00-000-0056-0
1.00AC OB0137P0411
SHAW TAWANA S.
RR 2 BOX 697-C64
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG NE COR SEI/4 OF NEI/4
SEC 19, TH W 210 FT. TH S
210 FT, TH E 210 FT, TH N
210 FT TO POB IAC
188 R0253600 HX $955.81
19-06-19-00-000-0058-0
2.90 AC OB0152P0669
WALL JOHN E III
RR 2 BOX 684-G2
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM NE COR SE1/4 OF NEI/4
SEC 19. TH W 73.25 FT, TH
S 586.16 FT TO POB; TH S
205.59 FT,. TH W 610 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
189 R0255200 HX $157.38.
19-06-19-00-000-0170-0
1.21 AC OB0181P0023
TODD KATHERINE .1 & TONY,
RR 2 BOX 687
IAKE BUTIjER, FL, 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SW1/2 OF
SEI/4& RUN S01*28'49"E.
ALNG E LN, 469.54 FT;
S88*31'18"W, 63.96 FT TO
(ADD'I, LEGALSEE TAXROLL)
190 R0255700 HX $947.21
19-06-19-50-000-0070-0
10.10 AC OB0124P0208
FLETCHER WILLIAM S JR
RR 2 BOX 686
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054 -
PARCEL 7 CREEKWOO)D
ESTATES AS DESC IN OR 75
PAGE 572 '-
191 R025 w ( 9'
1.05 AC OB0199P0203
REDDING TARA ID
RR 2 BOX 678
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SEI/4 OF
SEI/4& RUN S88*34'46"W.
1327.98 FT TO E R/W OF CO
RD S-238A. SAIDPOINT
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROILL)
192 R0260800 $628.65
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
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 77 P 67;
193 R0262100 HX $561.46
20-06-19-47-000-0420-0
4.48 AC OB0159P0577
SEAY FAITH I, & ELIXSON TI
POBOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
COM @ NW COR SWI/4 OF
SW1/4. TH S 1292.95 FT,
TH E 1341.43 FT, TH N
1900.05 FT, TH E 905.40
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
194 R0262500 HX $231.06
20-06-19-47-000-0480-0
8.98 AC OB0092P0304
MILEY JAMES E & LINDA I.
PO BOX 195
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697-0195,
LOTS 48 & 49 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 74 PG 677;
195 R0262900 $907.53
20-06-19-47-000-0560-0
4.78 AC OB015IP0077
WARD JIMMY & LORI
RR 5 BOX 4260
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
LOT 56 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 80 P 195;
196 R0263000 HX $526.50
20.06-19-47-000-0570-0 ,
10.11 AC OB0167P0500
CUBBEDGE FREDI)RICK & DI)ANET
RR 2 BOX 697.57
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 .
PARCEL# 57 WORTHINGSON
SPRINGPLANTATION AS DESC
IN OR 79 P 17;
197 R0263200 HX $213.13
20-06.19.47.000-0590-0 ,
4.60 AC OB0101P0298
NORMAN STEPHANIE ET AL.
RR 2 BOX 697-59
IAKE BUTLER, FLI 32054
LOT 59 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION. AS
DESC IN OR 77 P 47;
198 R0263500 HX $155.08
20-06-19.47-000-0620-0
4.93 AC OB0076P0424
BAKER JACKIE M C
RR 2 BOX 697.62
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9802
PARCEl, #62 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGSPIANTATION AS DI)ESC
IN OR 76 P 424:;


199 R0264100 $493.52
20-06-19-47-000-0680-0
5.67 AC OB0208P0660
SMITH MICHAEL LEE & DIANA
RR 2 BOX 770
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
COM @ SE COR OF W2/3 OF
WI/2 OF NWI/4 & RUN
N01OI2'42"E, ALNG E LN
THEREOF, 1530 FT FORPOB.
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
200 R0264200 HX $211.51
20-06-19-47-000-0690-0
5.67 AC OB0125P0389
RICHARD DEBBIE J
PO BOX 265
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697
LOTS 69 WORTHINGTON SPGS.
PIANTION DESC IN OR
137/540:


201 R0264300 HX $740.95
20-06-19-47-000-0700-0 -
11.30 AC OB0192P0584
REED) SARAH K
PO BOX 107
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697-0107
LOT 70 & 71 WORTHINGTON
SPGS
202-R0266500 $106.33
21-06-19-00-000-0150-0
.93 AC OB0164P0647
ELLIS JOEL & LINDA
RR 2 BOX 753
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9547
COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
SWI/4 OF SEC 21 & TH RUN
W TO RR R/W TH RUN NE'LY
ALG RR R/W TO SR/W/LOF
(ADD'i LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
203 R0268500 HX $280.26
21-06-19-33-000-0020-0
1.80AC OB01I39P0035
ARNOLD BARBARA
RR 2 BOX 751-V
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 2 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST
204 R0268600 HX $259.21
21-06-19.33-000-0030-0
I.00AC OB0218P0158
WILLIAMS BRENDA J &
CURTIS MELISSA M
1001 SW 16TH AVE APT 83
GAINESVILLE. FL
32601-8443
I.OT 3 I.ITTT. SPRINGS
IORE% F
205 R0268900 $156.45
21-06-19-33-000-0060-0
1.00 AC OB0167PO619
ROLLINS ANN LOUISE
RR 2 BOX 751-R
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST
206 R0269900 $498.96
21-06-19-33-000-0160-0
1.05 AC ,B0187P0563
DRAWDY THOMAS J JR
RR 2 BOX 751-1 '-
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 16 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST :0
207 R027180 HX $471.08
21-06-19;39400-0l180-0
1.32 AC OB0122P0376
DAVIS CHRISTOPHER F & TIN
PO BOX 124
LOWELL, FL 32663-0124
LOT 18 GREENBRIAR AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK I
PAGE 26;
208 R0273000 HX $698.26
21-06-19-71-0000040-0
1.00AC OB0136P0321
BERNAS GARY M & REBECCA S
RR 2 BOX 763A-4
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-9546
LOT 4 ELMWOOD N SUB PIAT
BOOK 1/37
209 R0273600 HX $283.75
21-06-19472-000-0020-0
1.96 AC OB0147P0685
... BEEMAN DONALD W & BRENDA
RR 2BOX763-C2- : *
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 2 ELMWOOD SOUTH PLAT
BOOK 1/36
210 R0274800 $67.91
22-06-19-00-000-008.0
10.00 AC OB0132P0485
HANNAH THOMAS A & MARIE T
RR 2 BOX 790 D
LAKE BUTLER, FLT32054
SEI/4 0F SWI/4 0FSEI/4
211 R0274900 HX $152.78
22-06-19-00-000-0082-0
5.00 AC OB0216P0588
HAITAM DOROTHI A
RR 2 BOX 790 B
I.AKE BUTI.HR. FI.-204 ,"
THSIA/4 0Foi "
SEi/4SC22 A0
EXCEPT THE i/2
212 R0275000 5477.23
22-06-19-00-000-00"3-0
5.00AC OB0218P0316
HAl.TAM.IOHN M
RR 2 BOX 796
IAKE BUTLER. F1. 32054
EAST 1/2 OF NEI/40F
SW I/4 OF SEl/4(5.00 AC

213 R0275100 HX S448.69
22-06-19-00-000-0084-0
5.00AC OB0218P0316
HAI.TAM.IOHNM '
RR 2 BOX 789.E
IAKE BUTI.ER. FL'32054 ,'
WEST 1/2 OF NEl/4 OF
SWI/4 OFSEf/415.00ACI
(ORB 200. P 688) iSEC
22-6-19)
214 R0278000 HX $335.27
23-06-19-00-000-0140-0
6.00AC OB0194P0697
CASTI.EN PATRICK W & ANGEL
RR 2 BOX 809
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9551
N 220 FT OF SW1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SW 1/4 &S 220 FT
OF NW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 OF SW
1/4 ,

215 R0281100, H $159.68
26-06-19-00-000-0030-0 ; ,
.50 AC OB0135P0386
MARSHAI.I.JUDY GAll.
RR 2 BOX 804
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9551
COM AT I/S OF N IINE OF
NE 1/4 OF NlW f/4 & E R/W OF
SR S-18 A HS ON E R/W
I IINE 485 FT TO POB TH E
(ADI)D I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.l.)
216 R0281200 HX $475.07 ...
26.06-19-00-000.0031-0
SO.50AC 010163P0085
RAINEY I.INDA GAll, & :
KIMBERLY I) DIANE RAINEY
RR 2 BOX 805 ,
I.AKE I1UTI.ER. FI. 32054'
SEE OR 103 PAGE 653:
217 R0282200 HX $247.37
26-06-19-00-000-0075-0
1.67 AC OB0170P0646
PETERS MICHD4EL.A & INDIA
RR 2 BOX 793B1
SI.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM @ INTW I.N SEC 26 & S
ROW COUNTY R)D 18-A. TH E
40 FT. THS 1120.20 FT TO
POB. TH E 324.30 FT. TH S
.ADD'I. I.ECAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
218 R0282500 HX $224.29
26-06-19.-00000-00784 .
1.67 AC OB0138P0506
DUROSE 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 R0282600 $630.99
26-06-19-00-000-0080-0
S 50.03 AC OB0218P0077
ILARGACCI SHERRY DENISE ET


RR 2 BOX806
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9802
NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 & SW 1/4
OF SW 1/4 EXC ESMT DESC
IN OR 109PAGE -
193,196-197; EXC OR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
220 R0284900 HX $993.10
27-06-19-00-000-0041-0
6.13 AC OB0078P0411
DAVIS DANIEL L. & LAUREL L
RR 2 BIOX 790-C
LAKE BUTLER, FL .
32054-9551
COM AT POINT WHERE N ROW
LINE OF SR-18-A 'l-
INTERSECTS W/W LINEOF
NW1/4 OF NE 1/4 SEC 27,
(ADD'L LEGAL 1SEE TAXROIL)
221 R0285300 HX $265.15
27-06-19-00-000-0046-0
5.00 AC OB0197P0096










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HANNAH THOMAS A & MARTHA
RR 2 BOX 790-1)
I.AKEB ITLER. Fl. 32054
COM @ NE COR OF NWI/4 OF'
NEI/41OR I'Ol( & RUN SOUTH.
440 FT: WEST. 495 IT;
NORTH. 440 FT; EAST, 495
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL)
222 R0286600 $343.57
27.06.19-00-(0000110-0
9.60 AC OB02021'0357
THOMAS HARRY & RENDA
RR 2 IOX 808
LAKE .UTILER. Fl
32054-9551
THAT PART OF SEC 27 THAT
LIES WITHIN THE FOLLOWING
DESC PRCI.COM @ SW COR OF
SEC 26 & RUN S89*03'27"W.
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL.)
223 R0288000 HX $157.38
28-06-19-00-000-0080-0
2.00 AC OB02071'0113
WATERS ROBERT & AMERICA
RR 2 BOX 742
I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM @ NW COR SEC 28 & RUN
S 89* 14'30" E 1586.71 FT;
TH RUNS 01*04'30" W
421.41 FT TO PT LYING W
(ADDi'L.LEGAL, SEE TAXROLL)
224 R0288900 $60.48
28-06-19-00-000-0131-0
50 AC 0110189P0304
EDWARDS PATRICIA ANN
RR 3 BOX 1524
LAKE BUTI.ER, F.I 32054
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY:
A PARCEL OF LAND 210 FT
SQUARE IN NW COR OF SW1/4
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)
225 R0290500 $560.98
28-06-19.00-000-0200-0)
1.03 AC OB0110204P0655
TODI) ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697
COM AT NW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
SEC 28 & RUN S 196 FT TH
RUN E 17.87 FT TO POB TH
RUN S 161.01 FT TH RUN E
(ADD'I, I.EGALI SEE TAXROIIA)
226 R0292900 HX $901.59
28-06-19-23-000.0290-0.
.81 AC OB0192P0220
MCGRATH TONYA C
PO BOX 114
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697
THE SI/2 OF THE FOLLOWING
DESCPROP: ONE-HAI.F ACRE,
+-. IN SWCOR OF BLK K IN
WORTHINGTON, BOUNDI)ED ON
r (A)DD)'I,I,E(GAI. SEE TAXROII,)
227 R0293000 $118.71
28-06-19-23-000-0300-0
.49 AC OB10216P0300
TODI) ERIC A
PO BOX 82
WORTHNGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697
EI/2 OF SI/2 OF BLK K.
BEING 1/2 AC IN SE COR,
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS AS
PER PATTEN'S SURVEY(ORB
190, P 143) (SEC 28-6-19)

228 R0293100 $1264.62
28-06-.19-23.000.0310-0
1.09 AC 01102131P0006
KIRBY JOSEPH HENRY JR
3834 SW SR 121
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
* 32697
COM AT A PT ON ACIRY R/W
WHERE N LINE OF4TH AVE
INTERSECTSSAME & RUN W
AIONG N B)DRY OF 4TH AVE
(ADD'I, L.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
229, R0294100 HX $202.50
28-06-19-23-001-0120-0
.22 AC OB0164P0032
CAPRILOZZI CHARGES & SHAR
PO BOX 315
WORHTINGTON SPRING$, Fl.
-- 32697.: ; ..........
LOTS 12 & 13 BLK I
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
EMBRACING PATTONS SURVEY
& EXC TH N 61 FT AISO E 9
(ADD'I. LEGAl, SEE TAXROLL)
230 R0295600 HX $588.54
28-06-19-23-007-0019-0
1.42AC OB0118P0206
SEAY MARVIN A & REGINA S
PO BOX 76
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697
1.OTS I THROUGH 7, BLOCK
7. WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
231 R0295900 $453.99
28-06-19.23-008-0040-0
.22 AC O)B0131'0424
SEAY FAITH
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697-0076
LOTS 4 & 5 BLK 8
232 R0296200 HX $445.47
28-06-19-23-009-0020-0
.91 AC OB010107P0613
BENEFIELD PATRICIA & JOHN
PO BOX 16
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697
.LOTS 2 THRU 5 INCL & LOTS
12 THUR 15 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS ENSEYS SURVEY
233 R0296500 $562.48
28-06-19-23.-010.0020.0
38 AC OB0076P0371
f FERRES FIOYDI) & YVONNE
IO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697.0064
I.OT 2 & I.OT 3 BLOI(K 10
LESS RD R/W WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PATTON SURVEY
234 R0297000 HX $157.38
28-06-19-23-013-0050.0
.57 AC OB0067P0057
YARBROUGH SHEI.IA FAYE
POBOX 106
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697.0106
LOTS 5,6,7, BLOCK 13
PATTONSSURVEY OF
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
235 R0300000 HX $i61.98 "
S28-06-19-23-029-00100
1.91 AC OB0127P0685
WII.I.IAMS BFRNARD H h.T 41.S
'O B(OX 38
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl,
32697-0038
BI.K 29.30 EMlIRACING
PATRON SURVEY EXC OR
127/689 1.46) AI.SO WI/2
KIRKI.ANDST I.YING E OF
(ADDI)'I. I.F.GAI. EE TAXROI..i
236 R0303100 $211.88
28.-06.19-87.000-0070-0
1.67 4C OB0203PO696
HANNA KEVIN T & SHERYL Il
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE
GAINESVILE. Fl. 32607
LOT 7 OF NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PI.ATBK 2 PG 18
237 R0303200 $211.88
28-06.19-87-000-0080-0
1.67 AC OB0208P0022 .
H4NNA KE'. IN T &SHER 1.1.
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE


GAINES% I I.I.E. FI. 32607
I.r 801- NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BK 2 PG 18
238 R0304200 $214.79
29-06-19-00-000.0051-0
2.00 AC OB0058P0552
SNYDER IDA RAE & EVERETT
RR 2 BOX 699
LAKE BUTI.ER, FlI
32054-9539
S 220 FT OF E 396 FT OF N
440 FT OF NW1/4 OF NW1/4
OF NE1/4 EXC EASEMENT AS
DESC IN OR 52 PAGE 639 .
(ADD'I. IEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
239 R0304300 $207.89
29-06-19-00-000-0052-.0
2.00 AC OB0058P0551
SNYDER HARRY I.EROY
RR 2 BOX 700
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-9539


N 220 FT OF E 396 FI OF
NW1/4 OF NW1/4 OF NEI/4
240 RO306600 $906.12
29-06-19-00-000-0109-0
1.09 AC 01B01351'0524
BRAND WILLIAM T.IR & IBAR1B
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C
GAINESVIL.I.E. Il.
32608-3506
COM @ SE COR SEI/4 OF
NWI/4 OFNEI/4. TH RUN N
295.09 FT TO CENTER LINE
DIRT RI) & POB. TH CONT N
(ADDI)II IEG(;AI, SEE TAXROLL,)
241 R0307000 $102.28
29-06-19-00-000-0130-0
1.00 AC 0110204p0655
TODI)D ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697
COM AT NE COR OF SEI/4 OF
SEC 29 & RUN S ALG E/I. OF
SEC 196 FT TH RUN W 12.50
FT TO PPOB TH RUN W 200 FT
(ADDI)'L LEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
242 R0308200 $276.00
29-06-19-56-000-0010-0
-50 AC 011B0135P0524
BRAND WILLIAM T JR & BARB
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C .:
GAINESVI.I.E, Fl.
32608-3506
COM @ SE COR SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 OF NEI/4. TH N
295.09 FT. TH E 161.05 FT
TO POB, TH N 290.6FT, TH
(ADD)'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
243 R0309900 $124.64
30-06-19-00-000-0092-0
1.00 AC OB0113P0497
LAVENDER JIMMY I)
110 NW 39TH AVE
APT 93 B
GAINESVILL.I.E. Fl.
32609-1704
COM SW COR SEC 30. TH E
1354.76 FT. TH N 461.67
FT TO POB; TH N 127.62
FT, TH E 340.24 FT TO WI.Y
(ADD'I. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.
244 R0310800 HX $150.48
30-06-19-00-000-0140-0
10.00 AC OB10150P0443
CHRISTAKES THOMAS G ETAL
RR 2 BOX 652A1
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THE El/2
245 R0312600 HX $171.81
30-06-19-27-000-0240-0
3.00 AC 0B0071P0195
SHUI.ER RICHARD & DOTTIE
RR 2 BOX 660 F-1
LAKE BUTLER. Fl.
32054-0063
LOT 24 BONNETT BLUFF,
DESC AS COM @ NW COR SEC,
31, TH RUN E346.78, FT TO
POB. TH CONT E 604.99 T.',
(ADDI)I. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
246 R0312800 $86.43
30-06.19-40-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0114P0557
TESSLER MICHAELA & LINDA
4611 NW 6TH STREET I.OT 3
GAINESVII.I.E, Fl. 32609
I.OT 2 CREEKSIDE SUB DESC
OR 114/557
248 R0313900 $290.58
30-06-19-40-000-0130-0
3.28 AC OB0098P0510
HENDERSON DAVID W & JUDIT
4508 DEVONSHIRE RD
TAMPA, Fl. 33643
LOTS 13 CREEKSIDE
249 R0314200 HX $155.08
30-06-19-40-000-0160-0
2.57 AC OB0096P0057
SMITH BARBARA JEAN
PO BOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697-0095
LOTS 16 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION
250 R0314300 $271.17.
30-06.19-40-000-0170-0
3 15 AC O0110110P003
GRIG.SBN DANNY .1JOE.
PO BOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697
LOT 17 CREEKSIDI)E
SUBDIVISION
251 R0314800 $744.56
30-06-19-40-000-0220-0
3.19 AC OB010.5P0090
NETTLES DAVID & COI.IEEN :
RR 2 BOX 694 C22
IAKE BUTI.ER. F. 32054
I OTS 22 CREEKSID-. SUI AS
DESC IN OR 67 P 215:
252 R0317000 $605.61
30-06-19-68.000-0120-0
4.14 AC OB0214P0213
BARKER JENNIFER MICHELLEI
' RR 2 BOX969 .;'-
LAKE BUTI..R. FI. 32054
I.OT I. RIRIRBEND ESTATES..
SEE ORB 214. P 213 FOR
Ml.TL.S & HOUNDS I.EGAI.
DESCRIPTION .
253 R0317400 HX $150.48
30.06.19.68.000.0160-0
1.84 AC OR0215P0617
CRIBiS CHARI.FS.1 & BARRAR
RR 2 BOX 963
I.AKE IBUTl.ER. F. 32054
IOT P RIVERBEND) ESTATES:
ORB 120-237
254 R0317800 $316.62
30-06-19-68-000-0200:.0
1.00 AC OB0177P0698
INGILETT KATHRYN E
RR 2 BOX 956
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
I.OT T RIVERIIIENDI ES1AIES:
ORBi 118-456 .;
255 R0319500 $243.04
30-06-19-68,000-0430-0
2.43 AC OB0212P0293
FORD DONNA M .
985 SW HARTFORDI) WAY
lake CITY, Fl. 32024
PARCEL. QQ DESC OR 117/602 ..:
256 80325300 HX $338.55
01-05-20.00.000.0070-0
2.50 AC OOB0202PO230
DOBBS MICHAEFI.A .
PO BOX 267
RAIFORI)D, FL 32083-0154
SSEI/4 OF SE1/4 OF NE1/4 :
OFSEI/4 : ,,, : :. ..
257 R0327300 HX $437.85
12-05-20-00.000-0022-0
30 AC O10144P0184
DINSMORE 1JOHN.JR
PO BOX 232
RAIFORD. FI. 32083
F.l/2 OF S1/2 OF 2AC IN NE
COR NE1/4 OF SE1/4 BEING
420 FT N & S BY 210 FT E
& W SU1.1 10 F.ASEM.NT
ACROSS N 20 FT THERE
258 R0334600 HX $157.38
17.05.20-00-00-0070-0
2.00 AC OB01000030 .
BAI. LEONARD N & JUDITH M
RR 4 BOX 2035
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
AUDIT SUBECT 94 COM AT NE
COR OF NWI/4 OF SEI/4


THENCE RUN SO DEG 43MIN
WV OF 637 FT N84 DEG 24MIN
IADD'I. I EGAI.SEE TAXROI 1.I
259 R0338900 HX $407.94
22-05-20.00-000-0110.0
.50AC OB0131P0495
STEVENS YVONNE
PO BOX I
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
BEG SW COR MAURICE &
ANGELINE BRANNENS
PROPERTY & NW ALONG SR
R/W 235 FTTO POB TH NE
(ADD'I, I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
260 R0341200 HX $159.68
23'05.20-00.000-000-0
.50 AC OB0039P0788
THORNTON MARVIN L
RR I BOX 431
LAKE BUTLER, FLi
32054-9801
COM AT I/S OF N'I.Y R/W


LINE OF ACIRR WITH E
LINE OF W 1/2 OF NE 1/4
TH RUN N 99.31 FT TO PT
(AI)I)'I,L LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL)
261 R0343100 HX $791.05
23-05-20-00-000-0282-0
1.11 AC 010179P0204
TANNER VER.LON GENE & BRYA
CATHERINE
PO BOX 314
RAIFORI). FL 32083
COM @ INT OF W LN OF
NEI/4 OF SW1/4 & N'lY R/W
OF ACI, RR & RUN
N59*49'15"E. ALNG N'LY
(ADD)I)'L I,EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
262 R0344000 HX $508.66
23-05-20-00-000-0351-0'
4.40 AC 0B0199P0697
GRIFFIS PAUL C
RR I BOX 386-G
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE SOUTH 347.60FT OF THE
WEST 550.00 FT OF THE SW
1/4 OF SEC 23.(BKI99
PG698)
263 R0355400 HX $829.38
29-05-20-00-000-0150-0
.35 AC 0110185P0522
LAVERN I) & EVELYN ,1 MAST
215 NE 8TH AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF El/2 OF
SW1/4 & RUN N02*23'40"W,
ALONG W BI)DY THEREOF, 765
FT; N85*36'20"E. 36.02 FT
(ADD'L ILEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
264 R0355500 $190.17
29-0520.00-.000-0151-0
.35 AC OB0194P0067
TAVERN I) & EVELYN J MAST
215 NE 8TH AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
PARCEL ONE:COM SW COR E
1/2 SW 1/4 SEC 29,TH
N02*23'40" W,765 FT; TH
N85*36'20" E. 36.02FT. TH
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
265 R0365000 HX $1239.27
29-05.20-05-011-0030-0
.24 AC OI0039P0492
BRANCATI JUNE
P.O. BOX 312
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOT3 BI.K II STRICKLANDI)
HEIGHTS
266 R0376400 HX $159.68
30-05-20-00-000-0870-0
1.72 AC OB0200P0146
DOUGLAS ROBERT W
1160 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-1406
COM AT I/S OF W BDRY OF
GOV LOT 8 & S B)DRY GS & F
RR FOR POBRUN S ON W B)DRY
GOV LOT 8 215 FT SE
(ADD'I, I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
267 R0377600 HX $823.01
30-05-20-00-000-0908-0
1.00 AC OB0204P0380
STITT THOMAS S & PAULETTE
RR 4 BOX 2995.
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SW 12TH
AVE & HWY 238 & RUN WEST,
246.48 FT.AING N R/W OF
238 TO POB. WESTALNG N
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLI)
268 R0379600 HX $165.90
30-05-20-09-000-0060-0
.14AC OB0192P0505
TOMLINSON FLOYD WAYNE &
DOROTHY ELIA
105 NW 4TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054.
105 NW 4TH AVE COM 210 FT
N OF NE COR MAIN & DEKLE
STS & RUN E 100 FTN 50
FTW 100FT &S50 FTTO
(ADD'I, LEGALSEE TAXROLL)
269 R0381400 HX $783.97
30-05.20-10-003-0020-0
.63AC OB0194P0143
CLEMONS CHARIOTTAL,
180SW9THAVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
S1/2 BLK 3 BEING 175 FT
ON W SIDE & 125 FT ONE
SIDE I) E KNIGHTS ADDITION
270 R0381600 $157.88
30-05-20-10.004-00110.
.41 AC OB0193P0435
JACKSON TIMOTHY f.& COR4
175SW 9TH AVE.
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
NORTH 1/2 OF BI.K 4.
KNIGHT'S ADD'N TO CITY OF
1.AKE BUTI.ERAS PER P I'l
P 2,UNION CO, FLUORB
193, P 435) (SEC 30-5-20)
271 R0381800 $75.67
30-05-20-11-000-0011-0
.12 AC OB0118P0284
IENKINS JOSEPH W
725 SW 1ST TER
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl.
32054-1554
COM @ SE COR BYRD VERNER
S.OT TH N 105.07 -T, TH W
50 FT. THS 105.07 FT. TH
F. 50 FT TO IOBORB 118-284
272 R0383300 $1475.52
30.-05-20-11-002-0250-0
.22.AC OB0214P0316
THOMAS.IOHN B & NATAI.I.E K
430 NW 2NDI) STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
LOTS 25 & 26 BI.K 2
MCKINNEYS ADD TO I.AKE
IBUTI.ER
273 R0383600 $1240.16
.0.05-20-11-003-0120.0
.29 AC 01B0211P0297.
COX WAYNE M & DAWN
C/O C & S OUTDOORS
I'O BOX 598
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI.
32054-0598
IOTS 12.13. & 14 OF
BI.OCK 3, MCKINNEYS
ADDITION LESS & EXCR/W OF
SR 100; 1/2 OF I.ANI)
(ADD'I. I.F..G AI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
274 R0383700 $325.72
30-05-20-11-003-0150-0
.19 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARL
SRRI BOX326
RAIFORD. FI. 32083-9027
LOTS 15 1617 & 18 BI.K 3
EXC R/W OF SR 100 MC
KINNEYS ADDITION
TOWNHOUSE RESTAURANT AISO
51/2 OF AI).I 15 FT A.LLEY
275 R0384000 $380.43
30-05-20-11-003-0280-0
.12 AC OB0084P0181
GRIFFTIS CARl.
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD. Fl. 32083-9027
I.OT 28 BI.K 3 MCKINNEY'S
ADDN TO CI TY OF I.AKE
SBUTI.ER ALSO NI/2 OFADJ
15 FTAI.I.EY ALSO N1/2 OF
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLIL)
276 R0384100 $217.81
30.05.20-1.-003-0290-0
.06AC OB0084P0181
GRIFFIS CARL
RR I BOX326
RAIFORDI). FI. 32083-9027
I.OT 29 MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION

277 R0384200 $108.86


30.-05-20.11-003-0320-0
.18 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARL,
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FL 32083-90271
LOTS 30,31,32, BI.K 3.
MCKINNEY ADDITION
278 R0384400 $1052.17
30-05.20-11-004-001140
.38AC OB0172P0360
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601-
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
IOTS I THROUGH 6, E 1l/3 OF
LOT 14, AND AlL OF I.OTS
15 & 16, BLK 4,
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
279 R0384500 $493.39
30-05-20-11-004-0070-0
.M04AC OB0160P0114
TURKNETT JOHN


PO BOX 296
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,
32697
LOTS 7 & 8 BI.K 4
MCKINNEYS ADD & COM & NW
COR LOT 7 BLK 4FOR POB,
TH E 70.12 FT~rTH N 12.07
(ADD' I LEGAL SEE TAXROLIA)
280 R0384600 $1051.44
30-05.20-.1.004-0110-0
.18 AC OB0180P0410
COLUMBIA PROPERTIES OF
LAKE CITY INC
517 COUNTRY CLUB RD
LAKE CITY. Fl, 32025
LOTS 9.10,11.12, BIOCK 4
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
281 R0385000 $270.53
30-05-20-11-004-0190-0
.11 AC
GREEN CHARLES 1. JR
110 NW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-1627
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD EXC E 3 FT
OF LOT 20 AND N 83 FT
OFIOT 21
282 R0385800 HX $212.31
30-05-20-11-007-0090-0
.34 AC OB0174P0164
WI.I.IAMS DAVID & BOBBIE
530SW IST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 9 TO 14 INCL BLK 7
MCKINNEYS ADD)
283 R0388300 $706.43
30-05-20-11-023.0050-0
.22 AC
DILILARD I.EOI.A
PO BOX 1323
HIGH SPRINGS, Fl.
32655-1323
LOT 5 & 6 BLK 23
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

284 R0389200 $506.92
30-05-20-11-025-0070-0
.11 AC OB0204P0319
.JENKINS LASHONDA K
2212 HWY 60 E
PIANT CITY, Fl. 33567
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 25
MCKINNEY ADD
285 R0389800 $62.76
30-05S-20.11.031-0050.-0
.11 AC OB0165P0128
RIDGEWAY ALEXIS
50 NW 10TH AVE LOT 7
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 5 BI.K 31 MCKINNEY'S
ADD
286 R0390300 HX $155.08
30-05.20-11-033-0020-0
37 AC OB0132P0639
ALEXANDER L.UCY
817 SW 2ND STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
THAT PORTION OF I.OTS 2 3
4 5 & 6 BLK 33 MCKINNEY'S
ADD TO LAKE BUTTER; EXC
DOT ROW;
287 R0390400 HX $222,67.
30-05-20-11-034-0010-0.
.08 AC OB0135P0184
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
SPO BOX 164
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-0164
ALL, OF BIOCK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION EXC
PART DESC IN OR 25 PAGE
445 SOI.D TO A J CRAWFORD;
EXC DOT ROW;
288 R0390500 $430.29
30-05-20-11-034-0020-0
.21 AC OB0058P0221
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
LAKE BUTI.ER, 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' I.EGAL SEE TAXRO.IL)
289 RO.W91200 $62.51
30-05-20-11-036-0030-0
.11AC OB0031P0047
IJAMES IACOI D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVI.I.E. Fl. 32606
I.OT 3 BI.K 36 MCKINNEYN
ADDN ,
290 R0391600 $346.36
30-05-20-11-036-0071-0
.11AC OB00O0P0I00
SMITH .LUKE JR
660 SE 3RD STREET
LAKE BUTI.ER, F.
32054-2210.
SI/2 .OTS7 & 8 BI.K36
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
291 R0391800 $192.29
30-05-20-11-037-0050-0
.11 AC
MARSHALL RUSSEI.LL & IOUISE
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVII.I.E. Fl. 32601
LOTS 5 6 BI.K 37
MCKINNEY'S 4DD -
292 R0391900 $296.08

30-05-20-.11037.0070-.
.11 AC OB0095P0430
WII I.IAMS EI.AINE & RUSSE.I.
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVII.I.E. Fl. 32601
LOTS 7 & 8 BIK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
293 R0392000 $732.88
30-05-20-11-037-0090.0
.11 AC OB0205P0054
WEBB THOMAS E SR & FELICI .
555 SW 5TH STREET
LAKE IBUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
,OTS 9 & 10 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD
294 R0392100 HA .$234.69
S.0-05.20-11.037.0110.0
S .11 AC OlB0145P0391
WEIB .IAMES 1. & SHERRY A .1J
860SW I STST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0503
I.OTS 11 & 12 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD DEED REFERS
TO BI.K 30
295 R0392800 $38.92
30-05.20-11.040-0070-0
.04 AC OB0148P0472
GREEN JOE& MARY
POBOX73
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 -
RUBYE T ANDREWS UR CD
LOTS 7 & 8 BLOCK 40
MCKINNEYS ADDITION
296 R0392900 $517.08
30-05-20.-1-040-0120-0
.05 AC OB0155Po0061
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HENRY ALIEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, Fl. 32772
LOT 12 BLK 40 MCKINNEYS
ADDN.
297 R0393900 HX $150.48
30-05-20-12-00E-0060-0
.07 AC OB0146P0553
ZERBA HARIAND L & CATHERI
50 NW 10TH AVE #6
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
lOT 6 BLK E BLNEWSOM
S ADDITION
298 R0395300 HX $847.09


30-05-20.13.001-0012-0
.28 AC OB0074P0235
WII.1.AMS DANIEL U& MARY
150NLAKE AVE
IAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1736
IArS I &2 EXC N 50FT&
EXC S 70 FT ORIGINAL TOWN
299 R0398700 $926.93
30-05-20-13-009-0030-0
.20 AC OB0064P0578
SMITH VIRGINIA E
PO BOX 445
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-0445
VIRGINIA SMITH LIFE
ESTATE COM @ NW COR BI.K
9, TH RUN S 100 FTTO
POB, TH E 105 FT. THS 85
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I)
300 R0401100 HX $323.10
30-05.20-13-019.0481-0


.15 AC 110162P0526
THOMAS WESLEY KEITH &
JANET YVONNE
185 S LAKE AVE
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-2139
S 65 FT OF LOT 48 BI.K 19
ORIG TOWN EXC ROW OF ANY
AND AII, STREETS
301 R0403600 $559.48
30-05-20-14-000-0080.0
.22 AC OB0205P0204
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR 2 BOX 690
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 8 RUBVES SUB RUBYE'S
SUB
302 R0403700 $261.83
30:05.20-14-000-0081-0
.22 AC OB0205P0205
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR2 BOX 690
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 7 RUBYE SUB
303 R0406100 HX $157.38
31-05.20-00-000-0120-0 *
.41 AC OB0200P0065
MEADOWS BRIAN MICHAEL.
140 SE 2ND STREET
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM 60 FT W OF NE COR
GOVT I.)T2, TH RUN W 128
FT TH S 273 FTTH E 58 FT
TH S TO RY R/W TH E70 FT
(ADD'L LEGAI SEE TAXROLlA)
304 R0408900 $933.51
31-05-20-00-000-0470-0
2.60 AC OB0180P0048
REMEMBER AIICE ET AL
PO BOX 275
IAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-0275
COM W SIDE DEKLE ST AT
I/S SCHOOLHOUSE'ST & RUN
S 1010 FT FOR POB THEN S
230 FT W 213 FT N 230 FT`
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
305 R0413200 $497.37
31-05-20.00-000-0781-0
30 AC OB0815P0159
MILLER PAUL MARTIN
RR 2 BOX 751-A2
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL 32054
THE N 140 FT OF THE
FOLLOWING I)ESC PROPERTY
COM ON F/I OF SEC 31 50
FT S OF RR RUN S 420 FT W
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROIL)
306 R0416100 $344.69
31-05-20-16-000-0010,0
1.22 AC OB0103P0337
HALLMARK BETTY I.
C/O AVCO FINANCIAL
925-D N TEMPLE AVE
STARKE. Fl. 32091
E 142.5 FT LOT I.TE
DEKL.E IST ADDITION & E
1/2 LOT 2. & W30 FT LOT
1;
307 R0418200 $526.96
31-05.20.16.000-015040
.24AC OB0056P0620
DUNAVANT JAMES CARROLL.
717 NE 5TH TER
GAINESVILLE. F, :
32601-4304
EI/2 OF NI/2 IOT 15
DEKI.ES FIRST ADDITION TO
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
308 R0419100 HX $386.00
31-05-20-16-000-0173-0
.24 AC OB00103P0007
WRING JAMES G.
525 SW 4TH ST.
LAKE BUTTER; FL ;32054
THE E 1/2 OF S 1/2 OF BLK
17 DEKLE'S FIRST ADDITION
309 R0419200 $298.57
31-05-20-16-000-01800T
.99 AC
MANN E.VI.YN B & JOHN M II
RR 2 BOX 204
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL
32054-9619
LOT 18 DEKI.ES ISTADDN,
310 R0419500 $522.21
31-05-20-16-000-0200-0
.49 AC OBI01P0278
MANN EVEIYN & JOHN
RR 2 RBOX 204
1.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-9619
NI/2 LOT 20 DEKIES IST
ADD
311 R0420300 HX $199.58
31405-20-16-000-0230-0
35 AC OB0155P0664
RAINEY AI.I.AN & TERRI
362SW 4TH ST
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl.
32054-9712
THE N 1/2 EXCEPT THE E 60
FT OF BIAOCK 23, DEKLIE'S
FIRST ADDITION TO THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTI.ER
312 R0420700 HX $157.38
31-05-20-16-00002404-
.38 AC OB0217P0685
NORCZYK JEFFERY
355 MELROSE LANDING BLVD,
HAWTHORNE, Fl. 2640-4422
STARTING AT COR IOT 24 AT
SW 3RD AVE & 4TH ST, GO S
110.5 FTTO POB; GO W 172
FT.TH S 98 FTTH E172
FT N 98 FT TO POB
313 R0422200 $93.35
3105-20-17-000-00114-0
.16 AC OB0078P0632
JACKSON ETHEI.ET 41AS
846 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
SI1/2 OF E/2I.OT I TE(
D)EKI.E 2ND ADD '
314 R0422300 $376.86
31-05-20-17-000-002.0.
.16 AC (B0078P0632
JACKSON ETHEL EST OF
00 EVEI.YN SMAI.I.
846SW 1ST ST
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM 70 FT SOUTH OF
NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT I
AND RUN WEST 105 FEET
SOUTH 70 FEET EAST 105
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROII.)
315 R0422900 $191.95
31-05.20-17-000-0060.0
.50 AC OB0078P0632
HADI.EY I.UCII.I.E
145 SW 9TH AVE
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FL-
32054-1509
IOT 6 S OF RR TE DEKLE
2ND) ADEXC OR 92 PG 548;
316 R0424600 $1254.14
31405-20-17-000-01804
.49AC OB0119P0687
WATKINS ALFRED JR & LUCIN
PO BOX341
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-2135
El/2 IOT 18 DEKI.FS 2ND
ADD

317 R0426600 $620.24
31-05-20-19-000-004140
.56 AC OB0097P0645
HAMM ROGER & GWENDOIYN
410 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL
32054-1902
S 90 FT OF LOT 4 ODOMS
ADD ENSEY SURVEY, ALSO OR
97 PAGE 645;


318 R0428700 HX $159.68
31-05-20-20-008-0020;0
.14 AC OB0104P0229
SOUTHERN NEII A & ROBIN .1
280 SW 3RD) ST'
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-2010
THE W 1/2 OF THE NI/2 OF
BLK 8 TOWNSEND'S ADD TO
CITY OF I.AKE BUTLER IN PB
I P 8 PR OF UNION COUNTY
OR 19 P 532
319 R0428900 $682.65
31-05-20-20-008.0040-0
.19 AC OB0147P0212
ATIANTIC MORTGAGE & INVES
CORPORATION
4348 SOUTHPOINT BI.VD SUIT
JACKSONVII.E, Fl. 32216
SE 1/4 EXC N 21 FT OF BLK
8 IAGERGREEN
320 R0430700 $1179.59


31-05-20-21-024.0010-0
.74 AC OB0143P0152
MOCK EZRA ET ALS
RR 4 BOX 2555
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS I TO 8 INCI. BLK 24
LAKE BUTLER HIGHLANDS ADD
IN SI/2 OFI.OT 9 NOT IN
CITY
321 R0432800 HX $1007.49
31-05-20-25-000-0180-0
.26 AC OB0208P0096
FLOYD DONALD E & DEBORAH
517 SW 13TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 18 SHAWS ADD
322 R0433100 $1409.15
31-05-20-25-000-0210-0
.29 AC OB0030P0364
ROGERS DENNIS P & GI.OYCE
PO BOX 23
RAIFORD, FLI 32083
LOT 21 SHAW'S ADDITION
323 R0435400 $4983.56
32-05-20-00-O0-0080-0
9.36 AC OB0181P0302
VENTURE REAL ESTATE INC
TRUSTEE LAKE BUTLER MHP
12951 JULINGTON RIDGE DRI
JACKSONVILLE, FL
32258-3412
THE WESTERLY 200 FT OF
El/2 OF NW1/4 S OF SR 121
324 R0435500 $1090.40
32-05-20-00.000-0090-0
.47 AC OB0204P0223
STARLING TROY
875 SE 5TH AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT POB AS DFSC IN OR
28 P215 & TH RUN SE'LY
ALG R/W/L 272.31 FT TH
SW'LY 23.53 FT TH NW'LY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)

325 R0435700 $532.26
32.05-20-00.000-0110-0
.27 AC OB0207P0100
THORNTON DONALD
725 E LAURA ST
STARKE, FL 32091
905 SE 5TH ST COM AT POB
AS DESC IN OR 27 P 166 &
RUN N 124.81tH E 89.28
FT TH S 1/4 FT & TH W
96.20 FT TO POB
326 R0436500 $119.87
32-05-20-22-001-0011.0
.31 AC OB0166P0020
JENKINS CHARLES
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
N 111.01 FT OF LOT I & E
49.12FTOFN 111.01 FT OF
LO T2. INBLK 1,, W
TOWNSEND'S AD)DITIONLESS &
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLI)
327 R0436900 $86.42
32-05-20-22.001-0031.0
.41 AC OB0166P0019
JENKINS CHARLES
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NI/2 OF SW1/4 OF BLK I
J.W TOWNSEND ADDITION
LEES ST ON.W SIDE
328 R0437300 HX $157.38
32-05-20.22.003-0010-0
.12 AC OB0184P0198
HIGHLAND MANEKA
770 SE 2ND ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ 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)
329 R0437600 HX $918.32
32-05.20-22.003-0030.0
.83 AC
JENKINS CHARL.ES WESLEY
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0105
LOT 3 BLK 3.1 W TOWNSENDS
ADD
330 R0438300 $172.97
32-05.20-22-004-0040-0
1.83AC OBOS1P0061
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HENRY ALLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FL 32772
LOT 4 BLK 4 .JW TOWNSEND
ADD EXC PARCEL 10 FT X 10
FT IN SE'LY COR

.331 R0438800 $64.36
32-05-20-22-006-0011-0
.13AC OB0156P0408
WATKINS LEON JR
PO BOX 1936
HIGH SPRINGS, FL
32655-1936
S 60 FT OF E 100 FT LOT I
BI.K 6
332 R0439100 HX $321.29
32-5.20.22.007.0011.0
.24AC OB0037P0721
SLOCUM JOHN A & TAMI A
425 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
W 128FTOFS85FTOFN
185 FT OF BLK 7.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD
333 R0439200 HX $843.58
32-05-20-22-007-0030-0
.41 AC OB0075P0450
BRISTOW MARY F & EUGENE J.
435 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-2617
NI/2 LOT 3 BI,K 7JW W
TOWNSENDS ADD
334 R0439900 HX $199.20
32-05-20-22-008-0020.0
.20AC OB0108P0022
PREVATT SHARI
415 SE 6TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
NWI/4OFALOT2BLK8.IW -* :
TOWNSENDSADD A I

335 R0440000 $77.51
32-05-20.22-008-0021-0
.24 AC OB0086P0396
JENKINS RONNIE CHARLES
2116 NW 2ND STREET
GAINESVILLE, FL 32619
COM@NWCOR LT 2 BLK 8 -
W TOWNSEND'S ADDI)N, TH E
98.25 FTTO POB, TH CONT E
68 FT, THS 130 FT TO
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROI.L) .
336 R0440200 $220.96
32405.20.22-008.0023-0
.20 AC OB0179P0485
MABREY ELAINE -
640 SE4TH STREET -
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR LOT 2, BLK
84 TH E 166.25 FOR POB:
THE 85 FT. THS 120 FT
TO DITCH, TH SW'LYALG
(ADD'L IEGAI. SEE TAXROL) I
337 80440400 $1037.43
32-05-20-22-009-0030-0 .
.84AC OB0197P0225
PRITZ DAVID M & PHYLLIS E -
POBOX 1897
HIGH SPRINGS, FL 32655
THAT PART OF LOT 3, BLK
9, & LOT 2 BLK 12, & A
PATTED UN-OPENED STREET
LYNG BETWEEN SAID LOTS 3
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


338 R0442100 $243.09
32-05.20-22-017.0010-0
.22 AC OB0055P0449
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, Fl. 32606
THE N 1/2 OF THE N 1/2 OF
THE F, 106.46 FT BLK 17.1
W TOWNSENADDITION
339 R0442400 $90.97
, 32-05-20-22-017.0020-0
.29 AC OB0094P0726
BROWN .IUANITA
C/O HENRY AI.IEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FlI 32772
THE S 1/2 OF THE NI/2 OF
W 140FT BLK17..IW
TOWNSEND ADDN.
340 R0442700 $56.66
32-05-20-22-017-0032-0
.11 AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA













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06.06-20-00-000-0132-0
.50 AC OII0108P0105
SANDERSON E (;G L,. S A
RR 4 11(O 2427
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
COM @ INT OF N LN SI1/2
GOV LOT4. W CEN LN CO RI)
231. TH VW 641.37 FT. TH N
259.85 FTI TO P1Ol. TH S
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL).I
352 R0462000 HX $596.13
06.26-20-00-000-0510-0
I.00 AC OB0128P10381
MOCK EZRA E
RR 4 BOX 2554
I.AKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
COM AT INTERSECTION OE ST
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Page 1OA UNION COUNTY TIMES April t, 2006


Strawberry Festival brings out the crowds


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Lorie Riley, owner of Scent Bar at 116 N. Walnut St. in Starke believes the Strawberry
Festival was a lucrative event for her business. She also enjoyed seeing all the
families downtown and she looks forward to next year--and no rain!


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Jacquelyn Totura displays the
handmade blanket she won at the
Strawberry Festival. Chamber
President Ron Lilly's mother, Sally,
made the blanket for the .benefit of
Main Street Starke, Inc.


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Chamber announces growth seminar
In today's ever increasing global The other speaker in the seminar is
village; small businesses who want to Mark Santiago, owner of Big Bang
stay alive know that it's best to keep up. Marketing and Shop Local Magazine.
But, sjnall businesses seem to be at a His company is new to the area and has
disadvantage, especially rural businesses. been consulting in the. Jacksonville area
lial...whyJhe...North-Florida-dChamtbief rf-ForTf-fe-Tast few years prior to moving to
Commerce is teaming up with Florida Starke. Mr. Santiago holds a Bachelor of
Farm Credit and Big Bang Marketing to Business Administration in Marketing
put on the regions first Growth and from the University of North Florida and
Development Seminar. is completing an MBA from Regent
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1 he seminar will be ieauir ng speakers.
from both Florida Farm Credit and Big
Bang Marketing. Steve Register, who is
a manager for Florida Farm Credit will
be speaking about financing on behalf of
them.
Because most small business owners
are unsure about getting a loan for
growing their business, Steve will be
eliminating some of the myths about the
loan process as well as provide insight
into how businesses may use financing to
expand their business as well as make
capital improvements.
Florida Farm Credit has been in
business since the days of President
Roosevelt and serves the public by
providing rural loans for business
expansion and growth.


Mr. Santiago will be sharing a four step
process that Big Bang Marketing uses for
its customers. Business owners will learn
how to use referral marketing, direct
marketing, public relations, education
marketing, and advertising in their
marketing plan.
Each speaker is scheduled to speak for
about 35-40 minutes with an additional
10-15 minute question and answer
session. After both speakers have
spoken, a catered lunch will be served.
The cost of the lunch is included in the
cost of the seminar.
If you are interested in attending the
seminar please call Kim Skidmore at the
Chamber of Commerce at 904-964-5278.
Seating may be limited.


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Section B: Thursday, May 11, 2006






News from Bradford County, Union County and the Lake Region area




Bradford baby's tragic death ruled SIDS


The unexpected death of an
I I-week-old baby in Starke on
Monday was ruled a SIDS case
by the medical examiner, said
Starke Police Department Sgt.
Bill Brown.
The child's mother, Melanie
McKenzie of Starke, and baby
Cristofer Guion laid down for
a nap early Monday evening.
When the mother woke a little
before 7 p.m., the child was
not breathing, said Brown.
McKenzie called 911 on her
cell phofie and the call was
routed to Clay County 911
dispatch. Clay County
immediately called Bradford
County dispatch and a
Bradford Emergency Medical
Services rescue unit was
dispatched at 6:50 p.m. EMS
arrived at the Starke home at
6:53 p.m.
According to Sgt. Brown, it
was six minutes from the time
Clay County dispatch got the
call to the time emergency
personnel arrived on the scene.
Clay County emergency
operators also gave the mother
instructions over the phone on
performing CPR on the infant,
said Brown.
Dr. Peter Gianis, Bradford
EMS medical director, arrived
on the scene with rescue
personnel and pronounced the
death.
"Foul play is not suspected,"
said Sgt. Brown. "This was
ruled a SIDS case."
* Bradford EMS Director
Nelson Green explained that
cell phone calls are not
transferred in the same way
that a telephone landline call
-would be.
He said a cell phone call is
similar to a radio transmission.
The call is transmitted to a cell
phone tower and then
retransmitted, either to another
tower or to its destination.
"You can't always predict
where radio waves are going to
go," said Green. "They
theoretically "go to the tower
closest to the phone, but they
can be affected by atmospheric
conditions and bounce
around."
In this case, the call
evidently got bounced to a
tower served by Clay County
emergency dispatch.
"This is an ongoing problem
throughout the state," said
"Green. He said cell phone 911
calls are sometimes routed to
outside counties and then that
county has to call the
appropriate county to respond.
This normally does not affect
.response time significantly, he
said.
In this case, for example, the
time between the moment Clay
County dispatch called
Bradford and the moment a
rescue unit was at the scene
was only three minutes, said
Green.,
There is a specialized piece
of routing equipment that can
be added to an area to help cut
down on the number of 911
calls that are bounced to other
areas. Green said he is
currently working with Sprint
_on getting that equipment
installed in Starke. N
"However, nothing that we
know of can completely
eliminate this problem with
cell phones," said Green.

No foolproof

way to
prevent SIDS
SIDS, Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome, is typically found
in children younger than one
year old and its cause is
unknown.
According to various
Internet health Web sites, a
baby can seem completely
healthy when it is put down to
sleep and then die with no sign
of struggle or distress.
According to the American
SIDS Institute Web site,
www.sids.org, there is no way
to effectively prevent a SIDS
death. There are no symptoms
or warning signs.
There are things that may
reduce the risk of SIDS, but
there is no guaranteed way to
-prevent it, said the Web site.
Things parents can do that

Starke Lions Club meets on the
second and fourth Tuesdays of the
month, 7 p.m., at Westerri Steer
Steak House in Starke. For


information.call Angel Hill, (904)
364-6215.


may help reduce the risk
include making sure babies
younger than one year old are
put to sleep on their backs,
even though infants may sleep
more-.-.o.undly on their


stomachs.
Using a baby bed with a firm
mattress and putting nothing in
the bed with the
infant-including coverings,
pillows, bumper pads, toys,


etc., may also help.
Research suggests that
making sure the infant does
not get overly warm and is not
exposed to-tobacco smoke may
help reduce the risk of a SIDS


death.
Breast-fed babies seem to
have a lower SIDS rate that
formula-fed babies, but
researchers do not know why,
said the site.


Protecting infants from
exposure to people with
respiratory infections or
gastrointestinal infections may
also help reduce the risk of
SIDS.


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Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION May 11, 2006


Bradford FFA program honors its top students


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Lauren O'Neal, as a four-
year member of the Bradford
County Future Farmers of
America program, has been a
leader with the ability to get
things done, while exhibiting a
great working attitude and a
kind smile.
In recognition of that,


O'Neal was presented with the
DeKalb Agricultural
Accomplishment Award at this
year's FFA awards banquet,
which was held April 28. 4
The DeKalb award,
sponsored by DeKalb, a seed
company, and Community
State Bank, is awarded to an
outstanding senior member for
leadership. O'Neal's activities
have ranged from showing


Lauren O'Neal (right) received the American Dream
Realty scholarship, which was presentediby Jesse
Gathright. O'Neal was also the recipient of the
DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award.


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pigs at the fair to reading to
elementary school students as
part of Ag Literacy Day.
O'Neal, who has been a
chapter leader, also received
the American Dream 'Realty
scholarship.
This year's banquet was
attended by 275 FFA members
and guests, who enjoyed
dinner and watched many FFA
members receive awards.
"Holly Best was named this
year's Outstanding Female and
Justin Mundorff was
Outstanding Male.
Best was described as
someone who stayed very busy
this year helping the chapter. It
was said-she always had a
smile and a willing attitude,
whether she was showing a pig
in the Bradford County Fair,
working on the fair booth or
participating in Ag Literacy
Day.
..'A young man who has been
everywhere and done
everything was how Mundorff
was described. "He is 'always
pleasant and always says,
- 'Yes; sir,' to any job given. He
is always willing to help and
does things before being
asked."
Both awards were sponsored
by Thomas Auto Parts.
Four awards were given in
honor of this year's "stars."
Dylan Rodgers received 'the
Star Greenhand Award
(sponsored by John Smith and
Gold Key), Troy Whittle the
Star Chapter Farmer Award
(sponsored by Capital City
Bank), Josh Godwin the Star
Agribusiness A ward
(sponsored by Mercantile
Bank) and Ashley Waters
received the Star
Agriplacement Award
(sponsored by Roberts
Insurance).
Banquet attendees were told
how Rodgers has been active
in the Bradford-Union Swine
Association by showing pigs at
the Bradford County Fair. He
also spends time working in
the Agricultural Experience
Program on his family's farm
with beef cattle and co-op
production of vegetables and
watermelons.
Whittle was described as
having an "outstanding,
supervised agricultural
experience in production


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Waters was described as a
student who has "excelled
while keeping a full schedule


Dustin Woodard (left) was recognized as this year's
outstanding freshman with the Alvarez Award,
which was presented by Jimmy Alvarez.


The FFA's
Outstanding Female
was Holly Best.


with high school and college
classes." Waters also spends
her time feeding beef cattle,
delivering calves and bathing,
grooming, training' and
showing animals.
Tyler Moore received..the '
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by Florida Pest Control, for his"
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speaking: Moore represented
the chapter at the sub-district
contest, which is only open to
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The Blake Hamilton family
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\ho has been an FFA member
since ninth grade, Las
described as "quick to lend a
helping hand at the farm and in
the shop." He has shoa n
chapter animals, worked on
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.Fair, Ag Literacy Day and Ag.
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The Creed Award
went to Tyler Moore.


This year's Star
Agribusiness Award
winner was Josh
Godwin.


Timmy Thornton was
the Workhorse Award
recipient.


FFA
Continued from p. 2B

Other students who have
received recognition as top
scholars for two years or more
were: Best, Waters, Whittle,
Lacy Alvarez, David Duncan,
Griff Register, Vanessa
Warren and Chasity Whitaker.
First-year scholar qualifiers
were: Godwin, Kasey Barrett,
Josh Bradley, Shelby Camp,
Chelsea Crawford, John
Crawford, Alice Davis,
Jennifer Detlefsen, Brittany
Durrance, Heaven Fischer,
Casey Leann Griffis, Justin
Huling, Tiffany O'Neal,
Jerrican Revels, Alvin
Shireman, Katelyn Simms,
Travis Townsend and Sabrina
Wood.
It wasn't all about the
students at the banquet as
adults Mickey Agner, Frank
Camacho, Vivian Graham,
Richard Platt and Harold
Waters were recognized for
their support and presented
with 'honorary chapter degrees.
Agner, an administrator at
the Vo-Tech, was thanked for
"never giving up on the Ag
Department," while Camacho,
a substitute teacher in the
agricultural department for the
past three years, was thanked
for his willingness to serve.
Graham, as a guidance
counselor, was recognized for
helping many students and
thanked for being a special
friend to the chapter the last
three years.
Platt also works at the Vo-
Tech and was described as a
"gentle giant" with a big
heart.. He works in the
welding lab, but fills in for
agricultural teachers when
needed.
Waters, the father of senior
chapter member Ashley
each received $50. Second-


Recognized as Rotary first-year scholars were (from Tiffany O'Neal, Holly Best, Alvin Shireman and Josh
left): Casey Griffis, Jerrica Revels, Heaven Fischer, Godwin. Also pictured are John Smith (back left) and
Chelsea Crawford, Katelyn Simms, Sabrina Woods, Walt Westcott (far right).


place winner Kimberly
Juchniewicz received $25.
Waters and junior chapter
president Amber Waters, has


helped both his daughters in
showing Brahman cattle and
has helped other students show
and develop their skills.


2005-06 Jr./Sr. FFA Officers
Matt Rhoden-Sr. President
Amber Waters-Jr. President
Justin Durrance-Sr. Vice President
Tyler Orton-Jr. Vice President
Kristen Melton-Jr. Second Vice President
Heaven Fischer-Sr. Treasurer
Ashley Estes-Jr. Treasurer
Jerrica Revels-Sr. Secretary
Terissa Kirkland-Jr. Secretary
Aimmee Johns-Sr. Reporter
Scott Crews-Jr. Reporter
Ronnie Norse-Sr. Sentinel
Justin Thornton-Jr. Sentinel
Katelyn Simms-Jr. Parliamentarian
Julie Detlefsen-Sr. Historian
Paige Cruce-Jr. Historian
Griff Register-Sr. Chaplain
Samantha Balkom-Jr. Chaplain


John Smith (back row, far right) is pictured with the Rotary Scholar Award
winners. The winners are: (front) Allynne Norman, Lauren O'Neal, Griff Register,
Chasity Whitaker, (back) Ashley Waters, Troy Whittle, David Duncan and Lacy
Alvarez.


This year's Star Chapter Farmer Award went to Troy
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to\, protect individu
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Florida, have pass<
laws within a year
and many more wil
next year.
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give property tak
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Eminent domain

cut down to size
ernment to take real uses. With certain exceptions, local
vate owners for a governments can no longer take
s been upheld and private property and turn it over to a
by the public since third party.
ruled- the civilized Surplus land taken under eminent
domain must be offered back to the
mbedded in law, original owner at the price paid by the
nent the right to government. If the former owner
ads, bridges, public doesn't want to repurchase the land,
ie public weal, and the government, after. 10 years, may
ruling by the U.S. sell it to the highest bidder.
(Kelo vs. New Local governments aren't left
cut) in 2005, for without the ability to clean up
entities to eliminate blighted properties; local code
;he tax base. enforcement ordinances are effective
Court decision tools with teeth to bring about
jaf the American compliance 'and clean up unkempt
lotion a nationwide. properties through fines that exceed
to circumvent the the value of the property in time. "`
's and amendments Code enforcement officers can meet
tal property rights, their responsibilities only if they
states, including enjoy the support of city and county
ed eminent domain commissioners. Where accumulated
of the Kelo ruling, trash and junk remain for months and
11 consider the issue years, commissioners are lax in
attending their duties.
states recognize Eminent domain laws are essential
t to seize property for the welfare of the community in
the right to resell or acquiring land for roads and other
en under eminent essential uses. If and when the Florida
ons to private Department of Transportation
unacceptable by undertakes the building of a bypass
highway around Starke, eminent
ivity began in New domain will be the tool for acquiring
ast year when the the right.of way.
n eminent domain The state ,will make an offer. to
fiscate a wide area landowners that some will accept, and
charging property others reject. It's possible for some
it." The real reason bargaining, but if agreement isn't
of the private reached the DOT will refer the case to
resell the land to the courts for a final price and
; to build condos continue clearing right of way. In
privately 9wned -some.e,-sees^ -wAln move I.lditgs
ildings. thereby. .ralberuthaDr.aze them. 7..
base. I've been told that the federal
d on the agenda of government took thousands of acres
Court in the latter by eminent domain when acquiring
ceiveda surprising land for Camp Blanding, and paid
-able to the city of; former owners very tittle. Some
suffered under the illusion that the
.-sidents expected land would be returned after the,war,
address the issue in: but that was not the case. I don't know
ion, but were the amounts paid to landowners, but
.n the lawmakers in 1939, cutover timberland in North
consideration by Florida was cheap.
Though the House Its value rose rapidly after the war
had passed such a. as the economy picked up. By today's
ick on the agenda standards the amount paid was rather
e meets next year. piddling compared to current prices,
rida Legislature, but .eminent domain worked as
session last %week. planned for acquiring land for the
7 limiting local public good.


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Dear Editor:
This letter is written to the
persons who have been
removing flowers from graves
at Crosby Lake Cemetery.
My father, Wesley Griffin,
died in 1998 and is buried at
Crosby Lake. Since his death,
my mother has kept silk
flowers on his grave in
remembrance of him and in
honor of him.
Whenever the flowers start to
fade or look tattered, they are
discarded and replaced with new
ones. She visits the cemetery
weekly and makes sure that all
debris is removed from the
grave.
While I was visiting my
mother last weekend we went
to visit my father's grave. At
that time there were two
arrangements-purple roses and
lilies. The roses were in a vase
that is part of the monument;
this vase has mesh wire inside
to hold the flowers in
place. The lilies were in a
basket.-that -was tied to the
monument with a cord to keep
it from tumbling over.


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I don't know whether the
persons are stealing the flowers
or if they have taken it upon
themselves, without
permission, to clean the
graves.
At no time has my mother
given anyone permission to'
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from the grave.
My mother and I do not want
the flowers back. The persons
who took them may keep
them. However, we are asking
that these persons refrain from
removing flowers from my
father's grave in the future.
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He is sparring with County
Commissioners Jenkins,
Clyatt and Dobbs and the
finance director for Union
County, That's too bad. He's
got his act together, the
challenge is to get everyone
else's act together.
What commissioners don't
have a grasp on-I mean do
not have one clue-is that not
just anyone on county payroll
can do or is able to do what
the fireman and police can
do-and that is to save lives,
fight fires and keep the peace
and be "educated" with the
law, fire safety, etc. That is
ongoing and perhaps a lifetime
of hours for continuing
education, which these
(commissioners) do not have a
grasp on.
Commissioner Jenkins
draws two paychecks from
Union County. One for the
commissioners pay and the
other for working for Lake
Butler.
He is a legend in his own
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sometime, you will get the
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Cristofer Guion

Cristofer Guion
'STARKE Infant Cristofer
lsaah Guion, 2 months and 24
days old, of Starke died Monday,
May 8, 2006, at his residence,
He was born in Gainesville.
Cristofer is survived by: his
mother, Melanie McKenzie, and
his father, Letroy Guion, both of
Starke; seven brothers and three
sisters; Trey Jefferson, Jordan
Cunningham, Cameron
McKenzie, Damon McKenzie,
Letroy Guion Jr., Tyrone Guion,
Javon Guion. Shantel Guion,
Mirror Guion and Adriahnna
Guion, all of Starke; his maternal
grandmother, Susan Southerland
of Metter, Ga.; his maternal
grandfather, Howard McKenzie of
Springield, Ga.; his paternal
grandfather, Theodore Guion of
Jacksonville; his paternal
grandmother, Lillian Jenkins of
Starke; and his maternal great-
grandmother, Ellis Huggins of
Pembroke, Ga.
Funeral services are
incomplete at press time. Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke is
in charge of arrangements.

Lola Davis
ALACHUA Lola E. Davis,
89, of Alachua died Saturday,
May 6, 2006, at her residence.
Born in Ellisville, Mrs: Davis
lived most of her life in the Santa
Fe area. She was a homemaker
and member of North Pleasant
Grove Baptist Church.
Mrs. Davis is survived by: two
daughters, Etoile Stidham of
Alachua and Elaine Truluck of
Lake Butler; three sons, Jeff
Davis and Charles Davis, both of
Alachua, and .Roger Davis of
Lake City; 21 grandchildren, 18
great-grandchildren.. and one
great-great-grandchild. She was,
preceded in death by her husband
of 61 years, Alvin Davis Sr., a
son, Alvin Davis Jr., and a
daughter, Reba Bryant.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Davis were May 9, 2006, in
North Pleasant Grove Baptist
Church with the Rev. Edwin
Gardner officiating. Burial
followed in North Pleasant Grove
S'Cemetery under the care of Archer
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.
NTeinorial contribute ions nraN
be made to North Pleasant Grove
Baptist Church, 25330 N.W.
C.R. 239, Alachua, FL 32615.

Robert Hardin
DELAND Robert "Bobby" S.
Hardin, 56, of Deland died
Thursday, April 27, 2006, at
Florida Hospital in Deland
following a brief illness.
Born in Waynesville, N.C.,
Mr. Hardin served in the U.S.
Navy and had lived in Florida,
Alabama and Tennessee before
moving to Deland a year ago. He
,worked in sales.
Mr. Hardin is survived by: his
wife, Jeannie Hardin of, Deland;
two sons, Anthony Hardin of
Virginia Beach, Va., and Jeremy
Hardin of Edgewater; a daughter,
Bobbie H. McClellan of Starke;
his mother, Mary Hardin of St.
Augustine; two brothers, Tommy
Hardin of Deland and Grant
Hardin of Lakeland; a sister,
Linda Batten of St. Augustine;
three grandchildren, Sierra
McClellan of Starke, Skyla
Hardin of Alabama and Christian
Hardin of Edgewater. He was


preceded in death by his father,
Bobby J. Hardin. -.
Military services for Mr..
Hardin were May 1, 2006, at
Florida Memorial Cemetery in
Bushnell.

Una Harding
STARKE Una Mae Harding,
69, of Starke died Tuesday, May
9, 2006, at Shands AGH
following an extended illness.
Born in Escanaba, Mich.,
Mrs. Harding worked for General
Motors in Flint, Mich. before
moving to Florida in 1993. She
was a hair stylist and operated a
beauty salon. She was a member
of First Christian Church of
Starke.
Mrs. Harding is survived by:
her husband, Thomas H.. Harding
of Starke; a daughter, Pam Kish;
three sons, Jim Kish, Mark Kish
and Kenneth Kish; two step-
daughters, Anita Morgan and
Stephanie Fields. She was
preceded in death by a step-son,
John Harding.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Harding were May 10, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home. Cremation
followed.

Ronald Hinson
BROOKSVILLE Ronald L.
Hinson, 54, of Brooksville died
Wednesday, May 3, 2006, at
Hernando Pasco Hospice.
Born in Gainesville, Mr.
Hinson moved to Brooksville
several years ago from Hampton.
He was of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Hinson is survived by:
two brothers, Wayne Hinson of
Keystone Heights and Charles
Hinson of Orange Park; three
sisters, Ann Hinson Allen of
Gainesville, Joan Bourgeois of
Englewood and Alma Whitman of
Hickory, N.C. He was preceded in
death by his parents, Henry and
Juanita Hinson.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hinson were under the care of
Brewer and Sons Funeral Home
and Cremation Services,
B'rooksville Chapel.

David Knight
CALLAHAN David Junior
Knight, 53, of Callahan diec
Wednesday, May 3, 2006, at his
residence.
Born in Starke, Mr. Knight
lived most of his life in
Jacksonville before recently
moving to Callahan. He attended
the Church of Jesus Christ ol
Latter Day Saints.
Mr. Knight is survived by: hit
mother, Geraldine Knight ol
Brooker; two sisters, Thelma
McQuaig of Brooker and Alice
Sanford of Orlando; and five
brothers, 'Vernon Knight -ol
J.ackson\ille, Roy Knight '..,i
Baldw~in, Jack Knight. Johni
Knight and Richard Knight, al
of Brooker.
Funeral services for Mr
Knight were May 6, 2006, in
Oak Grove Ward of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint:
in Lake Butler with Bishop Kylh
Draney, Elder Winston Barbel
and Elder Russell Watsor
-officiating. Burial followed ii
Oak Grove Cemetery under the
care of Archer Funeral Home o
Lake Butler.

John McClellan
BROKER .- John AlleI
McClellan, 43, of Brooker diei


Friday, May 5, 2006, following
a vehicle accident.
Born in Gainesville, Mr.
McClellan was a lifelong
resident of Brooker. He was a
carpenter and was of the Church
of God faith.
Mr. McClellan is survived by:
two step-sons, Paul Waldron and
Houston Waldron, both of
Lawtey; his former wife, Ruby
Reams Waldron of Starke; his
father and mother, Eugene and
Lorraine McClellan of Brooker;
four brothers, Gregory
McClellan of Starke, Duane
MNcClellan of Waldo, Randy
McClellan of Spindale, N.C. and
Daniel McClellan of Crossbow,
Tenn.; three sisters, Deborah
.Cole and Angela Alvarez, both of
Starke, and Karen McClellan of
Brooker. He was preceded in
death by a son, Jessie James
McClellan.
Funeral services for Mr.
McClellan were May 9, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Gene Bass officiating.
Burial followed in Santa Fe
Cemetery.

Solomon Shutters
GLEN ST. MARY Solomon J.
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St. Mary died Wednesday, May 3,
2006, at Ed Fraser Hospital in
Macclenny.
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Shutters moved to Glen St. Mary
in 1981. He worked for CSX
Railroad for 40 years before
retiring. He was a support clerk
in the engineering department
and served in the U.S. Coast
Guard. He was a member of First
Baptist Church of Glen St. Mary
and Ronnie's Dinner Club.
Mr. Shutters is survived by:
his wife, Harriet Shutters of Glen
St. Mary; a son, William Robert
Shutters of Orlando; a daughter,
Melinda K. Parsons of Pittstown,
N.J.; a sister, Allyne Holland of





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1 dead, 1 critical

in Friday crash


John Alan McClellan. 43, of
Starke was pronounced dead at
the scene of a May 5 vehicle
crash in Alachua County.
McClellan's stepson, Hurve
Houston Waldron, 29, also of
Starke, was in the vehicle and
,was transported to Shands UF
in.critical condition.
According to Florida
Highway Patrol Lt. Bill
Leeper, it is still unclear who
was driving the 1999 Toyota
pickup at the time of the
accident.
Lt. Leeper said the vehicle
was traveling on S.R. 121


north of Gainesville when, for
some unknown reason, it
crossed the northbound lane
and traveled onto the east
shoulder of the road. Lt.
Leeper said it then veered back
onto the west shoulder of the
road and overturned, coming
to rest on its roof.
The crash appears to involve
only one vehicle, said Leeper.
Neither occupant was
wearing a seatbelt and both
were ejected from the vehicle.
Leeper said the investigation
is ongoing into the cause of the
crash.


1 critical after

motorcycle crash


Ronald Eugene Willis, 39,
of Starke, is in critical
condition at Shands UF after
being involved in a crash May
6 on a 1994 Kawasaki
motorcycle.
According to the report filed
by Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper C.L. Lee, Ellis was
traveling west on SE 1091h
Street, just east of C.R. 221.
According to Lee, when the
motorcycle entered a left-hand


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after March
traffic crash
Dianna Conte Wise, 43, of
Keystone Heights turned
herself in at the Clay County
Jail and was arrested May 6 by
Florida* Highway .?Patrol
Trooper D.L. Bryan on a
charge of DUI with serious
bodily injury.
The charge resulted from a
traffic crash that occurred on
March 3 at S.R., 21 and S.R. 16
in Clay County.
,ccprding to the report.
Wise was driving southbound
on S.R. 21 when her vehicle
crossed the centerline and
struck a motorcycle. Both the
driver and passenger on the
motorcycle were ejected and
sustained serious bodily
injuries.
Trooper Bryan was told by a
witness that a bottle of rum
had been hidden at Wise's
instruction prior to the.
\ trooper's arrival. Trooper
Bryan also reported detecting a
strong odor of alcohol.
Blood as drav n and tested
by the Florida Department of
Law Enforcement lab at 0.218.
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curve, it veered onto the north
shoulder for some unknown
reason and Willis lost control
of the vehicle.
The motorcycle's left side
impacted the embankment and
ejected Willis. Willis was not
wearing a helmet at the time of
the crash.
Damages to the motorcycle
are estimated at $3,000.
Charges are pending further
investigation.


Ambush at
party results
in arrests
Justin Dale Herndon, 19,
and Matthew James Elliott, 18,
both of Lawtey, were arrested
May 8 by UCSO Deputy Brett
Handley and Capt. Garry Seay
after a fight at a party
ultimately resulted with at least
one victim hospitalized.
According to the reports, an
altercation between a man and
his girlfriend occurred at a
party held at a residence in
Raiford on April 29. Other
attendees said they broke up
the altercation and the man left
the party.
The man allegedly later
returned to the party with
several friends. According to
witnesses,, the group ambushed
more than 10 people in the
parking lot as they were
exiting the party. Victims
sustained injuries from fists
and a baseball bat. One victim


A collision between this truck and a tractor-trailor sent
Zachary Hull to the hospital with possible injuries.


was struck in the back with the
bat and received emergency
surgery.
Herndon was charged with
three counts of aggravated
battery on May 8. One count
of felony battery resulting in
great bodily harm was added
on May 9. Total bond was set
at $15,000.
Elliott was charged with one
count of being an accessory
after the fact in a third degree
felony. Bond was set at,
$5,000.

Melrose man
arrested after
harassing
motorists
Scott Converse Ranney, 49,
of Melrose, was arrested May
6 by Clay County Sheriff's
Office Deputy John Murphy
for disorderly intoxication.
According to the report,
CCSO Deputy S. Abrahamsen
first contacted Ranney -at about
8 a.m. on S.R. 21 as he was
walking around in the middle
,of -.the road apparently.
attetlfping to'stop cars. -
Ranney was warned to stay
out of the roadway and was
given a ride to his reported
destination.
At approximately 9:15 a.m.,
Deputy Murphy responded to a
call from a convenience store
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Deputy Murphy reported
Ranney said he was walking to
a relative's house nearby.
Deputy Murphy said he told
Ranney to stop harassing
passersby and then watched
Ranney as he walked west on
S.R. 100.
Deputy Murphy reported
that when Ranney walked out
into traffic on S.R. 100 twice,
causing vehicles to stop in
order to avoid him, he picked
Ranney up and arrested him
for disorderly intoxication.

Multiple


charges filed
after man
scuffles with
police
Cecil Carter, 47, 'of
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Police Chief Gordon Smith
said he observed two men
involved in a verbal altercation
outside a Starke business on
U.S. 301 at about 3 p.m. When
Smith spoke to the men, one
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that occurred at approximately
7 a.m. on U.S. 301 near KOA
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Hull was driving a 2002
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Crosby reported that the
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Arrest
reports for
BC, UC, KH-
Melrose area
The following people were
arrested in Bradford or Unior
counties or in the Keystone-
Melrose area of Clay County:
Trevor Gay, 24, of Starke
was arrested May I by
Bradford County Sheriff's
Office Deputy Sheri Mann or
a warrant for violation o:
probation on an original charge
of escape. Gay was being helc
in the Bradford Jail without
bond as of press time.
Jaimee Hughes, 21, oi
Hampton, was arrested May I
by BCSO Deputy Aaron Blaclk
on a warrant for violation ol
probation on an original charge
of possession of a firearm by a
convicted felon. Hughes was
being held in the Bradford Jail
without bond as of press time.
Tina Long, 28, of Brooker,
was arrested May I by BCSO
deputies on a charge of
domestic violence. Bond was
set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond May 1.
Nicole Baker, 25, of
Hampton, was arrested May I
by Bail Bond Agent Marilyn
Turk on a charge of bond
surrender/breach of the peace.
Bond was set at $500 and she
was released on bond May 2.
Ronald Knea, 49, of
Hawthorne, was arrested May
2 by BCSO Sgt. Ron Davis on
a Putnam County warrant for
engaging in contracting
without certification after he
allegedly went on vacation and
left uncertified contractors
running his business. Knea
vwas also charged on a Clay
County warrant for grand theft.
Total bond was set at $15,007
apd he was released on bond
May 3.
-Errindo Ramires, 26, of
Pfant City, was arrested May 2
S bcy, Hampton Police
> Department Officer Alex
S Gibson for having no valid
S dijver's license. Bond was set
S at.$500 and he was released on
cash bond May 5.
SRichard Martin. 24,. pf
Ji.cksQonu ille,, ,. ax.arrested May
3'.-"rf a charge of bond
surrender-driving while license
isrsuspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond May 4.
.Raymond Johnson, 31, of
Seminole, was arrested by the
Plitnam County Sheriff's
Office on May 3 on a Bradford
warrant for violation of
probation on original charges
:? of possession of a controlled
substance. Johnson was
booked into the Bradford Jail
on May 3 and remained in jail
as of press time.
Manuel Martinez, 48, was,
S arrested May 3 by Lawtey
PMlice Department Officer
S Nllie Edenfield for disorderly
itinoxication. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
.jasen Robinson, 29,, of
S Olando, was arrested May 4
S b BCSO Deputy Kaye
Sairgent for failure to appear in
S coirr on an original charge of
having an expired driver's
license for more than four
S months. Bond was set at
S $2,000 and he remained in jail
S asiof press time.
John Jeffries, 44, of
Hawthorne was arrested May 4
by BCSO Deputy Sargent on a
wit of attachment for $900.
He remained in jail as of press
jirfie.,
SRodney Perry, 40, of Starke,
ws arrested May 5 by BCSO
Deputy Thomas Sapp for,
possession of crack cocaine.
Bond was set at $15,000 and
hde remained in jail as of press
tiriie.
fDavid James, 20, of Starke,
; wis arrested Ma\5 b\ BCSO


Deputy Charles Williams on
two counts of violation of
probation on original charges
of burglary of a structure.
Bond was not set as of press
time.
Janet Davis Lester, 52, of
Waldo, was arrested following
a traffic stop in the Deer Run
area May 5. BCSO Deputy
Drew Moore arrested Lester
for DUI and driving while
license is suspended or
revoked. According to the
report, following a failed
roadside sobriety test, Lester
was taken to the Bradford Jail
where a breathalyzer registered
0.183 for her blood alcohol
level. Bond was set at $5,000
and she remained in jail as of
press time.
Henry Belcher-, 71, of
Hampton, was arrested May 6
by HPD Officer Gibson for
possession of cocaine. Bond
was set at $15,000 and he was
released on bond May 6.
Russell Duvall, 26, of Lake
Butler, was arrested May 6 by
BCSO Deputy Moore on a
Clay County warrant for
contempt of court. Bond was
set at $331.50 and he remained
in jail as of press time.
Raymond Findlay, 49, of
Gainesville, was arrested May
7 by HPD Officer Gibson for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and for
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
Perry Navarro, 20, of
Brooker was arrested May 7
by Brooker Police Department
Marshal Tommy Raulerson on
an Alachua County warrant for
petit theft. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.
David Nazworth, 22, of
Interlachen, was arrested May
7 by HPD Officer Gibson for
possession of less than 20
grams of cannabis and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$2,000 and he was released on
bond May 7.
Michael Rodgers, 26, an
inmate in the Bradford County
Jail, was arrested May 6 by
Deputy 'raTon Cannon and.'
charged' with battery, on a,,
correctional officer.
Captain Mike Burnette said
the incident occurred while
lunch was being served to the
jail inmates. According to the
report, Rodgers was ordered to
move to the rear of the cell and
refused to do so. Rodgers then
allegedly struck the officer- in
the face.
No serious injuries were
reported for the officer or the
inmate.


Russell M. Souza, 38, of
Keystone .Heights, was
arrested May 6 by Clay
County Sheriff's Office
Deputy Robert Dews on a
warrant issued May 4 for three
counts of domestic battery and
three counts of aggravated
battery. Bond was set at
$50,003.
Charles Mack Curtis
Anderson, 24, of Keystone
Heights, was arrested May 6
by CCSO Deputy K.R. Brown
on a Clay County warrant
issued April '19 for lewd and
lascivious act on a child. Bond
was set at $250,003.
James Branum, 39, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested by CCSO Ma\ 6 on
two counts of domestic battery
and two counts of possession
of marijuana, less than 20
grams. .
James Varnes, 18, of
Melrose, was arrested May 6-
by CCSO on a warrant for
failure to appear in court on an
original charge of robber\
Glenn Haynes, 39, of
Keyto6ne, Heights, was
arrested Ma\ 5 by CCSO on a
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DUI.
Brian Reid, 35, of Keystone
Heights, was arrested May 5
by CCSO on a warrant for
violation of probation on an
original charge of bigamy.
Sarah Johnson, 29, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested May 4 by CCSO on
two counts of filing a false
police report.
Matthew Rhoden, 36, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested by CCSO May 4 on a
writ of attachment.
John Truesdell, 47, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested May 4 by CCSO on a
charge of engaging in
contracting business without
certification.
Brennan Clance, 18, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested May 2 by CCSO for
burglary and grand theft.
Crystal Remington, 417, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested May 2 by CCSO on a
warrant for failure to appear in
court on original charges of
issuing a worthless check-and
obtaining property illegally.
Peter Roberge, '51, of
Keystone Heights,, was
arrested May 3 by CCSO on
two counts of being a habitual
traffic offender and two counts
of illegally attaching a license
plate that is not assigned to the
vehicle.
Fermine Layman, 47, of
Keystone Heights, was
arrested May 8 by CCSO for
possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Tony Robinson, 49, no
address listed, was arrested
May 3, by Union County
Sheriff's Office Deputy Mindy
Goodwin on an Indian River
County warrant for violation of
probation on original felony
charges. Robinson was
released on his own
recognizance.

Horace Joseph Jenkins, 37,
of Worthington Springs, was
arrested May 2 by UCSO
Deputy Goodwin on a Union
County warrant for failure to
appear in court on
misdemeanor- charges. Bond.
was set at $2,500.


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after a fight at a residence
resulted in the victim being cut
with a broken beer bottle on
the face and arm. Bond was
not set as of press time.
Bobby Joe Robinson,'31, of
Worthington Springs, was
arrested May 4 by UCSO Sgt.
Ray Shuford for aggravated
battery. The victim reported
that Robinson went to his
home, accused him of seeing
Robinson's estranged wife and
then stabbed him with a
pocketknife. The victim had-
seven cuts to the left side of
his body, some of which
required stitches. No bond had
been set as of press time.
Tracy Kyle Davis, 32, of
Lake Butler, was arrested May
4 by UCSO Deputy Ken Smith
for felony criminal mischief.
Davis allegedly drove his
pickup truck through the
victim's plant nursery business
several times, destroying
plants, solar lighting and a well
light. Total damage was
estimated at $2,265. Bond had
not been set as of press time.
Rocky Zane Burgess, 41, of
Lake Butler, was arrested May
8 by UCSO Sgt. Shuford on a
Union County warrant for
felony criminal mischief in
relation to an incident that
happened in January. Bond
was set at $10,000.
Leonard McElhenny, 27, of
Starke, was arrested May I by
,Starke Police Department
Officer Shawn Brown for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $500 and he was
released on bond May 1.
Priscilla Dinkins, 53, of
Starke, was arrested May 3 by
SPD Officer Jason Crosby for
breach of the peace. Bond was
set at $500 and she was
released on bond May 3.
Lataura Slocum, 27, of Lake
Butler, was arrested May 3 by
SPD Officer Danny Brown on
two warrants, a Bradford
warrant for DWLSR and a
Hillsborough' County warrant
for failure to appear in court on
-a charge of obstructing 'an
officer. Bond was set at $1,000
and Slocum was released on
bond May 4. '
Jackie,Wilson. 56, of Lake
..City, was arr.ested..May 4 by-:


SPD Officer Paul King for
having an expired driver's
license for more than four
months and for attaching a tag
that was not assigned to the
vehicle. Bond was set at $500
and Wilson remained in jail as
of press time.
Christopher Simpson, 24, of
Fruitville, was arrested May 4
by SPD Officer Jason Crosby
for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released on
bond May 5.
Christopher Goble, 18, of
Starke, was arrested May 5 by
SPD Officer King for
possession of drug
paraphernalia and carrying a
concealed weapon. Bond was
set at $2,000 and he was
released on bond May 5.

Jesse Norsworthy, 44, of
Jacksonville, was arrested May
5 by SPD Officer J.W. Hooper
on a Polk County warrant for
writ of attachment. Bond was
set at $15,649.67.
Dawri Ubry, 23, of Spring
Hill, was arrested May 6 by
SPD Sergeant Robert Melton
for criminal mischief and
possession of drug


paraphernalia. Bond was set at
$2,000 and she remained in jail
as of press time.
Sara Tran, 19, of Tampa,
was arrested May 6 by SPD
Sgt. Melton for possession of a
cont oiled substance. Charges
were added in relation to a
warrant from Hillsborough
County for violation of
probation on an original charge
of possession of heroin.
Myrtle Brown, 38, of Starke,
was arrested May 7 by SPD
Officer S. Brown on a Duval
County warrant for issuing
worthless checks. Bond was
set at $10,003 and she was
released on bond May 7.
Eekiel Brown, 45, of
Star ce, was arrested May 6 by
SPD Officer S. Brown on a
Uni n County warrant for
issu ng worthless checks. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he-
rem ined in jail as of press;
time.
Shawn Prevatt, 19, of-
Hampton, was arrested May 7-
by SPD Officer S. Brown on a:
warrant for violation of-
probation on an original charge--
of petit theft. Bond was set at-.
$4,000 and Prevatt remained in:
jail as of press time.


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The 180-plus members of
the 631 Maintenance
Company, based at the armory
in Starke, have been called to
active duty and will be heading
for Germany at some point in
the future, said National Guard
lPublic Affairs spokesperson
Jon Myatt.
"They are slated to go to
Germany to augment an
existing Army unit stationed
there," said Myatt.
Myatt said the actual date on
which the 631" will depart
from the United States and the


Pine beetle
prevention
program is
available
Florida Agriculture and
Consumer Services
Commissioner Charles H.
Bronson has announced the
department's Division of
Forestry is offering a new
Southern" Pine Beetle
Prevention Cost 'Share
Program to eligible
nonindustrial private forest
landowners.
The goal of this program is
to minimize southern pine
beetle damage in Florida by
helping forest landowners
reduce the susceptibility of
their pine stands to this
destructive insect pest. Periodic
southern pine beetle outbreaks
in -Florida have resulted in
millions of cubic feet of pine
timber killed on. many
thousands of acres' Forest
management practices, such as
thinning and prescribed


company's current location are
not being released at this time.
"They are going eventually,
but we don't have an actual
departure date- yet," -said,
Myatt.
Myatt also said the exact
nature of the 631"'s mission
overseas is not being released
at this time, but since the
company is normally part of a
National Guard maintenance
battalion, it will most likely be
assigned to assist an Army
maintenance battalion already
stationed in Germany.
In general, the 631" is.
equipped and trainecto repair,
all sorts of military wheeled


burning, can improve the
health of pine stands and
decrease their likelihood of
developing southern pine beetle
infestations.
The new program offers up
to 50 percent cost
reimbursement for
prelcommercial thinning and
prescribed burning treatments,
and a fixed-rate, per-acre
incentive payment for
landowners who conduct a first
pulpwood thinning. The
Program is ,limited to'54
northern Florida counties
located within the range of the
southern pine beetle. Qualified
landowners may apply for one
approved practice per state
fiscal year. The minimum tract
size requirement is 10 acres and
funding requests may not
exceed $10,000.
For an application and more
information on program
requirements and procedures,
visit your local Division of
Forestry office. Contact
information for the county
forester office in youh area is.
available at www.fl-dof.com.


vehicles and other equipment.
Myatt said that, in general,
National Guard units are being
mobilized and deployed to
replace -or supplement Ai'rmy
units whose members have
been sent to Iraq or
Afghanistan.
"In general, the National
Guard is being used to fulfill
needs that are normally
fulfilled by experienced Army
units-when those Army units
are being sent elsewhere," he
said.
Myatt said the current
deployment of the 631s" to
Germany is expected to last for
six months. ..


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evaluated on a first-received,
first-served basis.
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LETTER
Continued from p. 4B
that out) and not negotiate or
speculate on Mr. Parrish's
salary, hours, education
or experience, etc.
As far as Commissioner
Clyatt stating that the men


are sleeping 10 hours a day and
watching TV four hours a day
means nothing (as in do-
nothing).
I bet Commissioner Clyatt
sleeps 10 hours a day, too,
but without the stress of being
"on call/on guard" for the
residents of Union County.
Mr. Parrish is a gentleman
and a very compassionate
individual. I say this because I
.h-ave- seen him-at the county
commission meetings. He is
articulate and smart. Maybe too
smart for what he is up
against (small town thinking
and "tiny town" ideas).
When the crash happened
back in January, who showed
up? EMS and police.
Is $7.50 an hour per
man even considered a decent
wage? Maybe with WIC, but I
digress, it doesn't cover a
thing.
Maybe Jenkins, Clyatt and
Dobbsi need to start making
$7.50 and hour and get some
education too. (Let's see $7.50
per hour x one hour per month' .
x 12 months equals $90 in
commissioner pay per annum.
Works for me. Actually that's


$85 more than I want to pay.)
The county commissioners
(mentioned above) don't have
any idea what it is like to work
24/7/365 days of the year and.
actually do something for the
residents of Union County
Change is coming to Union
County and if you don't get
with the current, the current


will wash away the people who
are not up to speed in regards
to salaries, wages. benefits,
health insurance, pensions, etc.
Pay that man (Mr. Parrish)
and pay him well-and his
people-they deserve even
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J)SEY KIRKLAND
v/i, ph Staff Writer
:r, day is Mother's Day
"'
whilee mrn..t overworked and
Jerpaid mothers wish this
ere truCe or them, Thelma
,:,,-,dman said it and she
belie' e i a i hole-heartedly.
G(..-,,dmjri doesn't need to
look ',tr, ard to holidays
becji.se she shares special
moments every day with her
three daughters, son, five
granddaughters and two
grandsons.
She loves to be part of any
ordinary event in her family or
even something that doesn't
occur too often.
"You do what mothers do,"
Goodman said, whether it is
attending a grandchild's Little
League game or planning the
marriage of her youngest
grandson, which will take
place in June.
Goodman calls herself a
"sports nut," and said she and
her daughter often watch
sports on television together,
including the Chicago Cubs


baseball team.
Besides her own children
and grandchildren, Goodman
said she feels she has
somewhat of a parent/child
relationship with the residents
she volunteers with at Parkside
Assisted Living facility in
Starke.
Goodman, a member of the
First United Methodist Church
of Starke, volunteers two to
three times a week as the
activity coordinator for the 13-
room facility.
"I've always been involved
with older people," she said.
"They (facility caregivers)
would always put me with an
older person, and she would
become my mother all over
again."
Even though Goodman felt
comforted by talking and
working with the residents
who were older than her, she
became sort of a mother figure
for them.
As a good mother should,
Goodman said she encourages
residents to talk to her about
any problems they may be


experiencing, and she feels
comfortable talking with them,
as well, as she would with her
own mother.
Parkside manager Cathey
Pitts said, "She's been part of
the family from the word go.
She's busier than me."
Goodman first visited
Parkside when her friend,- Bill,
was a resident. After
approximately two and a half
years, Bill died.
"I thought after he died, 'I'm
never coming back,'" she said,
"but it's kind of like a magnet
drawing me back."
Pitts said Goodman didn't
have much of a choice.
"This place chooses people,"
she said, and then correcting
herself, "God sends people."
The day of the Telegraph
interview, Goodman sat with
residents in .the morning
planning their first yard sale,
which she had done with her


See MOTHER, p. 3C


Thelma Goodman (center) sits in the living room area of Parkside with
(left) Donnie Mae Yarborough, Virginia Powell and other residents (not
pictured) to discuss what they will sell for their first yard sale. Goodman
is a volunteer activities coordinator for the assisted living facility.


Cooper: a mom


to remember


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Parents always hope they
will be able to guide their
children into successful lives
and see those children reflect
the things that were taught to
them.
According to her children,
Sarah Cooper of Starke has
done just that.
Sarah and Bob Cooper
raised four children, all of
whom say.. they-.,received .a.
loving and caring upbringing
from working parents.
Sarah grew up in Athens,
Ga., but moved to Florida as a
teenager and met Bob. They
married when Sarah was 18.
Bob was called to pastor the
Baptist Church at Orange
Heights a year later and then
moved on to pastor at Morgan
Road Baptist Church and also
operated a plant nursery. They
moved into Bradford County
in 1969.
Bob later became pastor of
Victory Baptist. Church in
Hampton, where he was
serving at his death in 1995.
The couple had four
children, Louis, John, Peggy
and Becky. When Becky
entered school, Sarah went
back to work and worked for
Dr. Pete G. Felos as his nurse
and office assistant until the
doctor's death in 1996.
Sarah was not ready to
retire, however, so she went to
work in her son's attorney's
*office in Starke. Sarah has
been working with John ever
since.
"It was too hard to make the
transition," said Sarah. "I had
to think of clients instead of
patients and remember that we
had files and not charts, but
that was about it."
She said it wasn't hard to get
used to having her son as her
boss. "We always got along
very well," she said; '.'I don't
try to override him in the
office in any way. I mostly
attend to the paperwork and
finances, not the legal issues."
"Louis followed in his
father's footsteps and is a
pastor at Unity Baptist Church
inr Bonair, Ga.
-:Peggy Crews is a nurse 'in
the intensive care unit at
'Shands AGH and Becky Tilley
works in administration at
Monroe Regional Hospital in
Ocala.
Sarah has nine grandchildren
and one great-grandchild on
thie way.
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These teams are tops in tourney


The Starke Dodgers recently took first in a rookie league tournament. The team is:
(front) Stephen Milner, Logan McKeon, Evan Coleman, Matt Wilson, Karen
Whitehead, (middle) Pierson Lewis, Dylan Cassels, Garrett Ritch, Jackson Hicks,
Garrett Huggins, (back) coaches Tim Lewis, Jason Huggins, Glenn Ritch, West
Milner, John Wilson, Jamie Whitehead, Jason Hicks and. Chuck Mullins. Not
pictured: Holden Mullins and Tavian Young.


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Union County's Camo Sluggers finished as runners-up in the tournament: They
are: (front) Conner McAlister,Garrett Williams, Colton McAlister (bat boy), Nolan
Ward, Case Emerson, Braden Jackson, Zeb Bennett, (middle) Jake Whitehead,
Treyce Hersey, Clay Hall, Caleb Cox, Casey Driggers, Jonathon Hardin, Wyatt
Thomas, (back) coaches Mark McAlister, Greg Hall, Chris Driggers and Wisley
Thomas. '
Thomas.


The Lawtey Marlins placed fourth in the tournament. Pictured are: (front) Jacob
Manning, Braxton Yowell, Dalton'Duncan,Dakota Rogers, Bradley Southerland,
Travis Kerr, Kyle Taylor, Jamie Loznicka, Owen Southe.and, Kristapher James,
(back) coaches Chris Taylor, Bobby Loznicka and Rdgina James. Not pictured:
Brandon Lee; -


Third-place finishers in the tournament were the Starke Red Sox. Members of the
team are: (front) Caleb Polk, Devin Lewis, Tiana Sheffield, Dustin Turner, Taylor
Sanders, Gavin Kite (behind Taylor Sanders), Clint Reed, Chase Wood, Payton
Welch, Jack Nichell, (back) coaches Martin Sanders, Randell Polk, Kevin Lewis,
Rick Welch and Terrasa Wood. Not pictured: Darrell Bangle and Zachary Williams.


BC Pop
Warner is
registering
Saturday
Children interested in
participating in the Bradford
County Pop Warner program
as either players or
cheerleaders may register this
Saturday, May 13.
Registration will be held 4-6
p.m. at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds.:
For more information, call
(904) 368-0273.

Union County
hosting
Volleyball
skills camp
Girls in third-eighth grades
will have the opportunity to
work on their volleyball skills
this year at the Union County
Crushers camp, which will be
held Monday-Tuesday, June 5-
6, and Thursday-Friday, June
8-9 at the Union. County High
School gym.
Forms were sent to both
Lake Butler Elementary
_. School and Lake Butler
Middle School and must be
( turned in by Friday, May 12, to
receive preference. This year's
camp will accept 50 girls.
The camp runs 5-8 p.m. each
day, with game's played on
Friday. .'
Each participant "will receive
a T-shirt.
For .more information on
cost and requirements, please
call Perry Davis at (386) 496-
4378. g


Starke Rec.
Dept. summer
camp is now
registering
The Starke Recreation
Department's annual'summer
camp will begin Tuesday, May
30, and those interested in
participating have until Friday,
May 26, to sign up.


Children ages 6-17 may.
attend the camp, which will be.
held at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds in buildings 1 and
2. The age determining date is
May 30. 2006 (exceptions will
be made for children who have
completed kindergarten and
who will be 6 this summer).
The camp is held Mondays-
Fridays for nine weeks through
July 28.
The cost of attending is $105'
(Friday field trips are, not
included in the cost'.


Campers must bring their
owniltinches if the lunch grant'
is not awarded to Bradford
County schools this year. The'
camp has soft drink and snack
vending machines and a water
fountain. A refrigerator is
available It is asked that
children do not bring food that
has to be ,cooked in a
* microwave.
F: or more information on the
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Longtime Keystone


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hurricane,


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bob Wright could not think
of a better job. As a teacher
and coach at Gainesville and
Keystone Heights high
schools, he has had the
opportunity to interact with
children on a daily basis and,
hopefully, have an impact on
their lives.
"Every day you can be an
influence on somebody's life,
be a positive role model,"
Wright said. "A lot of jobs you
can't say that about. Every
day's rewarding."
However, Wright will be
leaving all that behind when
the school year ends. He is
retiring, putting an end to a
career that began at GHS in
1975. He has been at KHHS
since 1982.
"It's going to be a lot
different not seeing him
around," said KHHS varsity
assistant football coach
Wesley Dicks, who coached
with Wright .at GHS and


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Bill Allard, who has coached
alongside Wright, said the
school is losing not just a man
who's knowledgeable about
football, but someone who's
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"I don't know anybody who
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"All the kids love him."
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who is willing to help others.
"He'll do anything for you at
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individual and concerned
about others. It seemed like he
always gave a student or
player the benefit of the doubt.
He always gave them a second
chance. He liked to see them
improve and really make
something of themselves.",
Being around students is
what Wright loves. However,
he did not set out to work in
coaching and education.
Finding a niche
Wright went to college with


the initial goal of majoring in
criminology, but the
University of Florida had no
such program at the time.
Instead, Wright went into
athletics.
"I went into coaching and
teaching-the best move I ever
made," he said. "That's where
I needed to be."
Still, Wright admitted his
first year at GHS was "crazy."
"I was in a portable, I was
teaching out of field and I
didn't have any air
conditioning," Wright said. "I
was wondering what I had
gotten myself into."
Wright taught law
enforcement that first year as
GHS needed to fill that
teaching position just a short
time before the school year
began. He also taught
Americanism versus
Communism, a course that
seniors were required to take at
the time.
Regardless of that first year,
See WRIGHT, p. 6C


season

Even though the official
start of hurricane season is
June 1, it is never too early to
prepare your family and
yourself for the possibility of
power outages, flooding,
evacuation, etc.
In order to be prepared
ahead of time, make a list of
names, addresses and phone
numbers to notify in case of an
emergency. Make a copy of all
your important papers
(insurance, bank account and
credit card information,
birth/death certificates, etc.).
Place these in a water-tight bag
and take with you if you must
evacuate.
Make a list of all medicines
used. Keep at least a two-week
supply of these on hand. Also,
have extra batteries for hearing
aids, as well as for a battery-.
powered radio. You should
also notify your local
authorities if anyone in your
family depends on electricity
for medical equipment.
If possible have a two-
week's supply of cash on hand
for emergencies. ATM
machines and banks may be
~ without electricity and cannot
operate.,
Each person should plan on
one gallon of water per day
and each person should have
5-7 days worth on hand. You
should also have 5-7 days
worth of non-perishable food
for. each person. Consider such
items as ready-to-eat canned
fruits and vegetables, canned
juices, milk, high-energy foods
such as peanut butter, jelly,
crackers, tuna and, of course,
staples such as sugar, salt and
pepper.
Don't forget the infant food
and formula if there are infants
in your family.
Since there is a possibility of
being without power, don't
forget the manual can, opener.
Also, do not use gas or
charcoal grills inside the home.
Both fuels release fumes that
could be toxic.
To help eliminate boredom
.and stress, plan to have some


4puring, a, Valentine's Day celebration at Parkside, Thelma Goodman
,p.rvpi food to resjde nts (back .to front) Eileenl Brazewell, Mary Jo ,
Ferguson, Florence Wilson, Louise Sutton and Donnie Mae Yarborough.


MOTHER
'Continued from p. 1C

own children in the past.
But as with parenting, she
said she found volunteering
'has its hard times, too. She has
!been at the facility as residents
were sick or dying.
"It's hard, but it's
rewardingg" she said. "I feel
.like I'm giving back to the
families."



COOPER
S ^Continued from p. 1C


-.;'ight thing to do,'" said Sarah.
The family still gets together
.on the holidays. "We all stay
-'in touch, but we don't get
together as much as we'd like
-to," she said.
Louis said faith was a big
part of their lives growing up.
SWe were nurtured well in our
,faith," he said. "She (Sarah)
i prayed for us-especially for
S' e in my wayward years. She
:-,always loved us
unconditionally, no matter
hat."
tt: He said both their parents
;vere always very supportive.
;i Becky, said she gets very
Emotional when she talks
: bout her parents.
"There are two important
things I will always remember
khat they emphasized-having
personal relationship with
S ,esus and having a strong
%dmily," said Becky.
"They always lived those
ltvo values. I- saw other kids
Whose parents didn't li'e what
Shey taught, but ours did," she
said. ,
John and Peggy -both
concurred with the
assessments of Louis and
Becky. Their mother was a
Guiding force in all their lives
and can be credited with the
success they now enjoy.
Becky said faith and family
4 both mean a lot to her mother.
She's a special lady," she
said. "She touches the hearts of
everyonee she meets. She's a
_positive impact on every life
she touches. I only hope I can
be half the person she is
someday."
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With Pitts and volunteer
Sheila Hodges, Goodman
plans and participates in
karaoke night, family night,
cooking special meals,
doctor's visits and other
activities.
But during holidays, she said
she tries to remember the
residents and not just herself.
Goodman has convinced
Winn-Dixie to donate the
cakes when birthdays occur at
Parkside. She said she is still
coming up with ideas for the
residents to celebrate Mother's


Day.
Through the good and bad
times, Goodman said, "I'm
happy here."
Pitts said the happiness
comes because Goodman is so
devoted.
"She gives 110 percent to
anything she's doing ... If
Thelma's not there, it's like
something's missing."
A sentiment Goodman's
children and older. mothers at
Parkside who have taken her
under their wing as a daughter
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Family, friends honor Hillandale Farms founder


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Though he felt he didn't
deserve the recognition,
Hillandale Farms founder Jack
Hazen was honored April 27
with a party to celebrate his
contributions to the
community and the business
world.
--A dinner thrown by Marvin
Pritchett, Lowell Shadd and
Avery Roberts, was held at the
Hal Y. Maines Community
Center in Lake Butler.
Harry Hatcher catered the
event and served as master of
ceremonies.
Hazen, founder of
Hillandale Farms, was born
Jan. 7, 1933.
He grew up in Brooker and
went on to attend Bradford
High School, where he played
sports, including football and
baseball. He graduated in
1950.
Hazen's athletic ability was
undeniable, and he received a
football scholarship to the
University of Florida. He
played, for a year before he
married his wife, Clara, in
1952.. He played baseball for
the' Jacksonville Seabirds after
lea mng LiF.
Approximately the next 13
years of his business life was
spent in the farming and
timber businesses.
When he transitioned over to
the "egg business," Hatcher
said, Hazen started with
22,000 layers at Pine Air Farm
Corporation from 1970-1976,
when he eventually merged
this into Hillandale Farms.
The next year, he started
Columbia Grain and
Ingredients Inc., which he still
owns today.
Hazen, along with his wife,
Clara, and other family
members, ate and listened as
friends,,family and business
partners shared their stories.
Roberts told Hazen how he
looked up to him" personally


Jack Hazen
said he didn't
deserve the
recognition,
but thanked
family and
friends for
coming to the
April 27 party
at the
community
center.





and as a businessman.
"I've known Mr. Jack all my
life. Coming from the next
generation down, I want to say
you put a big burden on us to
keep the threshold up. And
that's a good thing. I just want
to tell you we appreciate
everything you've always done
for our community, not only
the entire community here in
Lake Butler, but Starke,
Bradford and Union County ...
You have set quite an example
for us in the next generation to
do the same for our young
people coming up ... I
appreciate you. I appreciate
your friendship."
Ruth Davis,. one of the
Hazens' children, said, "I have
to say that Mom started paying
a lot into daddy's business
because she was left at home
with the four of us and the
broken A/C and the stopped up
toilet," which brought laughter
fromthe crowd.
Davis said her dad had a lot
of good qualities, and there
was an important lesson he
taught his children.
"We don't ever know what
tomorrow is going to bring, but


Hillandale Farms and Jack
Hazen. Your only job- is to
make him happy.'"
C m Norris said the relationship
with Hazen'was a good one
filled with patience,
understanding and confidence.
"But I will say the most
endearing thing is when I
asked him why he didn't invite
me.to play golf with him," she
said. Hazen and the rest of the
crowd laughed as she
explained the look on his face
>-. and that she didn't really play
golf.
Marvin Pritchett said the
first time he met 'Hazefi was in
high school playing football
and basketball. Pritchett played
for Union County; Hazen
...,. .. played for Bradford. .
"Everyone knew if they had
Jack, you had a better chance
the Lord does, and if we work of winning," Pritchett said.
hard, look after our business "Needless to say, we didn't
and look to the Lord for come home with a win." ,
guidance, you'll be alright, and "The thing, that I found.out
he's done that ... early on was that Jack carried
When Suzanne Norris.. of with,him into the business
Mercantile Bank, spoke, bshiod world the same-intensity, the
said she had the pleasure ioo same hard. work and ability
knowing Hazen since 199.! ; ,'- that he had in athletics,"' he
Norris said when shqim.yed,; i said.
to Lake City, "My boss, c:ime "With his physical ability,
to me and said, 'You iayeioneiw his determination, and a lot of
job and one job onlk.,Thef:' hard work, he has made
biggest customer we 'hayeTirbr] Hillandale into a great
the state of Florida is, ef company." Pritchett said. ,
customer by the naineo Of) The 16 or so speakers not


Marvin Pritchett (left) and Lowell Shadddshare
a laugh after the dinner honoring Jack" Hazen.
only told about Hazen's was ever ca'lletdv onfot such
commitment to Hillandale support, 'Hazen's ,response
Farms, but to the community,


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Pritchett said when Hazen


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Jack Auotin Hendric


Jack Hendrix-
Jack and Stacy Hendrix of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, Jack Austin
Hendrix, on April 11, 2006, at
Shands in Gainesville.
Jack weighed 5 pounds, 9
ounces and measured 17/2
inches in ii i-ih He joins two
sisters, Amanda Hendrix and
JoAnn Hendrix, and a brother,
Christopher Seymour.
Maternal grandmother is
Charlotte C. Gregory of
Keystone Heights.
Paternal grandparents are the
late Jack and JoAnn Hendrix
of Chipley.

Bryce
Hollingsworth
Chris and Alexandria
Hollingsworth of Williston
announce the birth of their son,
Christopher Bryce
Hollingsworth, on April 18,
2006, in Gainesville.
Bryce joins a sister, Kinsley'
Mae Hollingsworth. Maternal
grandparents are Steve and
Amy Phillips of Williston and
Brenda Monies of Gainesville.


M atery, il ,,., '. ,,'Jr. 'j'., i...
are 0Olis ainE ulh Plhi:llips of"
Wjillistuo. Alton and Beccky
C, i .,, of W'filistun a.rnd Sandra
M ceks oft ... '. .I'.
ibji, n..lI g:randparens are
Wayne and Deboraah
H., lii -... of Theressa.
'. ir. i .' .+ ,_, rii.' n .' ,.
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Bobble Jo Montford

Bobbie Jo
Montford
Tammy Jo and Bob
Montford announce the birth
of their daughter, Bobbie Jo
Montford, on March 27, 2006,
at North Florida Regional
Medical Center in Gainesville.
Bobbie weighed 7 pounds, 7
ounces and measured 20
inches in length. She joins two
sisters, Lucy and Charlee.
Maternal grandparents are
Charles. and Sylvia Tatum of
Lawtey.
Paternal grandparents are
Betty Montford of Starke and
the late Henry B. Montford.


Griffis and Johnson to wed


Mr. and Mrs. James Vaughn
and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
Griffis announce the upcoming
marriage of their daughter,-
Stephanie M. Griffis, to Rocky rii
G. Johnson, son of Mr. and i.
Mrs. Ricky Johnson of Lake '
City. .
The bride-elect is .a 2005
graduate of Union County
High School and is currently .1
attending Lake City '-
Community College.
The groom-elect is a 2005
graduate of Columbia High
Sdhool'%ftd Ols employed 'by '
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The wedding will take place
on Saturday, May-13,.20.06,at Stephanie M. Griffis and
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Gainesville. invited.


Merry Star Howell and
: Kyle David Knight


Howell and
Knight to wed

May 14
John Howell of Lake Butler
S announces the upcoming
marriage ot his daughter,
Merry Star Howell, to Kvle
David Knight, son of Marisa'
Knight of Lake Butler. ,
The bride-elect graduated.
from Union County High
School 'and Lake City
Community College. She is a
physical therapist at Lake Area'
Physical Therapy of Starke.
The groom-elect graduated
from UCHS and works tfor
Liston Masonry.
The wedding is planned for
Sunday, May 14, 2006, at Lake
Butler Community Center,
Invilations were mailed.


A free class for adults.wh want
t- o improve reading skills and'basic
math computational skills will be
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Benefit poker
tourney
planned for
June 4
A Texas Hold'em poker
tournament is planned to
benefit Bradford County
YMCA.
- The event is set for Sunday,
June 4, beginning, at 1 p.m., at
Starke Golf and Country Club.'
Advanced tickets are $100.
Tickets will be available for
$120 on the day of the
tournament.
Gifts and monetary prizes
will be awarded to the final
.nine players, with the first-
place winner receiving a gold
ID bracelet from Williams'.
Jewelry in Starke. There will
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For ticket information, call
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BHS '76
grads are
planning a
reunion
The Bradford High School
class of 1976 is planning its
30-year reunion.
A planning meeting has been
scheduled for Wednesday, May
17, 7 p.m., at Western Steer
Steak House in Starke.
Graduates' addresses are
needed. Call or e-mnail any
addresses or phone numbers
that you have.
-" An e-mail address has been
established for anvone-who
wants to correspond with the:
group. It is bhsreunion
1976@yahoo.com or call (904)
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Arden Tra'Vafial

Arden
Williams
Joey and Felicia M
Lawtcy announce ti
their daughter,
Tra'Vaciu Williams.
I. 2006. at Shand.
Gainesville. ,
Arden weighed 6
ounces 'and means
inches in length. S
brother, Jo Jo Williar
Maternal grandp
Johnnie Mac Hill tf
Ted Brown.if Hamp
Maternal great-gr
are Arthur and Glad
Starke.
Paternal grand
Katherine Williams

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County Timep an
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Announcement
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HAZEN
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was, "How much should we
contribute, and when do you
want me to bring you the
check?"
Other speakers mentioned
Hazen's work in the church
and how deeply he was rooted
in his faith.
Hatcher, who began his
career working for Hazen, said
back in the 1980s a friend of
his died,
"Not long after that, Mr.
Hazen tapped me on the
WIllIams shoulder one day and said, 'I
ain't been seeing you enough
in church lately.'
"It really started a change in
my life then," Hatcher said
Tearfully. "You can't put a
Williams of price tag on that, you know;
he birth of it's priceless."
Arden A reluctant Hazen spoke at
oh March the end of the dinner, and
s AOH in according to most of the
speakers, in typical fashion, he
pounds, 4 gave all the credit to everyone
ured 18V else.
he joins a "You know, I really feel,
m. and I really do, this is not
arcnts are deserved," Hazen said.
Starke and "I had the privilege of being
topn. born into a family that valued
andparcnts good morals, good work ethic
Jys Hill of .and a lot of discipline-which
I got plenty of," he joked.
mother is Hazen thanked everyone
oft'Lawtey. who attended and his wife,
"the most .wonderful wife in
BMel are the world."
int ire a Whether he was on the up
Bradford cycle or the down cycle, Hazen
, .rlord said it didn't matter to Clara.
id Lake She always supported him.
Hazen recognized his
Is ore employees, who he likened to
I co nt. coworkers and friends.
may e "The reason that I feel so
undeserving is because of the
things I've said. A man is no
better than the woman behind
him. Haven't you heard that?"
he asked.
"In business life, the man
that is heading up the business
jc0s available( is no better than the people he
chairs to comes to kno"." Hazen said.
permanently "Whateser success we might
he recipient. have, those are the people who
wetr deserve the credit."
Jld to those F
cannot self- Finall, Hazen sa'id
chair in their something he learned a long
hie additional time ago was to rely on God.
ram. No "All through my business
II toll frpe, life. I have depended on my
If you friends and the Lord to keep
me in the direction I need to go
in.
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hefirst and deal. Hazen said a man tries to
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(left) said about Hazen. Chastain and Harold
Davis enjoy refreshments before the dinner.


"You make an investment,
and you've got to wait and
look back on it to know if it
was a good or bad deal," he
said.
"You know, we got
someone, and that's our Lord
that can see the future and the
present. It makes sense, it did
to me, that when we get into
these situations, we should
consult him along with all the
other stuff we can put together
to make the right decision."
Hazen finished by saying, "I
don't deserve it, but I do,
appreciate it."
The recognition dinner came
after Hazen agreed to sell,
Hillandale Farms Inc, and
Hillandale Farms of Florida
Inc. of Lake City* to Cal-Maine
Foods Inc. in July of 2005.
Based in Jackson. Miss .
Cal-Maine is kno' n nationally
for its brands of eggs marketed
as Egg-Land's Best. and
Farmhouse. It is -the' largest
producer and 'distributor of
fresh shell eggs in the U S
The initial exchange will
take the majority of the two
farms' assets, liabilities and
operations into a new limited
liability company. simply
called Hillandale LLC.
According to a Cal-Maine
press release. 51 percent of the
companies will be acquired


first. The company's yearly
financial report estimated this
at approximately $30-35
million. The remaining 49
percent of the companies will
be purchased throughout the
next four years at additional
fair market value.
During 2004, Hillandale
sold approximately 129.3
million dozen eggs produced
by its flock of layers at eight
production facilities located in
Florida and Alabama. Cal-
Maine will take over these egg
production and marketing
operations.
Hazen, the main stockholder
of the Hillandale companies,
will remain as the chief
operating officer of operations
for those four years (until
2009).
Hazen's wife, Clara. said her
husband sees his success as a
"'blessing from God. That's
whN he doesn't want
recognition."
He will still work on his
farm and continue wiih feed
mills, site said.
"He's still very busy." she
said. "He's not going to run
out of work."
She summed up Hazen's life
not b\ his business, but by his
faith and family.
"We've had a good
relationship and a good
family."







Page 6C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION May 11, 2006


Keystone junior varsity football players practice
under the watchful eyes of coach Bob Wright.


WRIGHT
Continued from p. 3C


Wright knew he made the right
career choice when it came to
coaching. He coached junior
varsity football his first year at
GHS and moved up to the
varsity level shortly after.
"I knew after my first year
this is what I wanted to do
with the rest of my life,"
Wright said. "I just really
enjoyed it. The biggest thing
was just learning how to deal
with different kinds of kids
and different backgrounds.
"The Marine Corps helped
me'a lot as far as being able to
deal with different kinds of
people, leadership and all
those things you need to be a
coach and a teacher."
While at GHS, Wright
worked with some people he
would wind up spending a lot
of time with as they all


eventually moved to
KHHS-Dicks, Keith Harper
and Wayne Geiger.
Harper was hired as an
assistant principal at KHHS
and Dicks was hired as the
school's head football coach.
"(Dicks) brought coach
Geiger and myself over here
with him," Wright said. "That
was probably the best thing in
my life."
Wright and his wife, Bonnie,
who taught at Buchholz High
'School in Gainesville before
following him to KHHS, had
moved a lot when they were
growing up. Both of their
fathers were in the Navy.
In. Keystone Heights, the
'couple saw a city that could be
a proper home for them and
their two sons: Ben and Beau.
"We just wanted a
hometown," Wright said. "We
wanted our kids to have a
'hometown so they could say
they were from somewhere.
Keystone was just a perfect
fit."


Bob Wright (bottom right) is pictured with three
members of the 1985 varsity staff at KHHS. Those
three members are still coaching today. Wesley
Dicks (top left) was the head coach at the time and,
though retired, is an assistant today, as is Wayne
Geiger (bottom left). Chuck Dickinson (top right) is
the current head coach.


Wright taught P.E., personal
fitness, life management skills
and biology at KHHS. He also
became the sponsor of the
Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, shortly after
becoming a Christian.
"I loved athletics and I loved
being a Christian," said
Wright, who has been a
member of Keystone United
Methodist Church for 23 years.
Wright would eventually
follow Dicks as the school's
head football coach. He
coached two seasons (1992-
93), guiding the Indians to a
record of 16-6 and two playoff
appearances, but then stepped
down.
His reason for doing so, he
said, was the amount of work
he discovered went into being
a head coach, which took time
away from his interaction with
the players.
"I really enjoyed more being
with the kids," Wright said.
"Being a head coach, you kind
of have to deal with other
things. You don't have as
much time to;' deal with the
kids. I gave it up and just went
back to being a position
coach."

What now?
Wright has some things he
wants to accomplish, around
the'house. Plus, he and his
wife, who will retire, after next
school year, want'to spend
more time with their parents.
Bonnie's parents live in
Brooksville and Columbia,
S.C. Wright's father lives in
Englewood and works out
every morning at 5:30 a.m. at
the YMCA.
"They're all in fairly; good
health, but they're starting to
need some help," \\right said.
"We haven't seen much of
them over the last 20-
something years, so we'd like
to visit them nioie and get
more involved in their lives."
Wright also has some
grandchildren who can keep
him busy. His son Beau, who
is 26 and lives in Clermont.
has three children.. '
His oldest son, Ben, who is
29. lives in Texas. Ben and his
wife, like Wright and his wife,
are working in
education/coaching and do not
have any children yet.
Don't think,, though, that
Wright is done with KHHS,-
He plans to take at least a year
off. then look into substitute
A c1hing, and possibly coaching
, a ain itf his .'sersc'es' are
needed. '
Dicks, who is retired, but
returned to coach, said he
expects, he and the other
coaches will see Wright at the
practice field most every day,
doing something or looking for
something to do.
"He's the type of guy who's
not ready for a rocking chair
by any means," Dicks said.
Allard has no doubt that
Wright will return to coach
and he hopes he does it for as
long as he can.'
"He loves football too m uch
and these kids too much,"
Allard said. "He does so much
good and teaches all the right
things, it'd be a shame if he
didn't go as long as he could
go."


Wright gives
some tips to
Keystone'
junior varsity
player Matt
Ware during a
recent
practice.
Wright is
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BMS track teams are


Searing up for state meet


Quarterback Antwan Brown prepares to throw a pass during the first day of
spring practice at Bradford High School.



Area ,football teams are


I hitting the fields again


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
h. L


[' Area football teams took to
the fields Monday as the first
day of spring practice got
LundeB-%aN, and the coaches at
: Bradfotd,.. Ke\ stone Heights
and Union Counit are looking
to improve upon the seasons
they .had in 200f)
It was a don )ear for the
Bradford Tornadoes in '05 as
they won just two games. The
team was dealing with the loss
of 26 seniors from 2004, the
death of its starting
quarterback and numerous
injuries'throughout the season.
Head coach Chad Bankston
% as read) to get a start on the
upcoming season.
"You .always want to get
back out here and get started
again-forget about the past
and move forward," Bankston
said.
In -Keystone, head coach
Chuck Dickinson and his staff
have made the players aware
of what the last two senior
classes have done. The Indians
missed out on an opportunity
to go the playoffs.. Last season,
the team did make it .to the
playoffs, finishing as runner-
up in its district.
"This year, the goal,
hppefullyJ,,qorthe seniors to9 d,
-one- ,step -better,;' ',Said.
the first round of the regional
playoffs.
F Union County saw its season
end in the regional semifinals
last year after a loss to district*
opponent Ocala Trinity
Catholic.
Trinity Catholic figures to


be pretty good this year, as
well, so Union head coach
Buddy Nobles is figuring out
what his team can do to beat
the Celtics.
Yet like any coach,' Nobles
is always looking to do
something a little better,
whether he has a specific
opponent in mind or not.
"I learned a long time ago if
you don't do something every
day to get better for your next
season, you're not helping
yourself out and you're not
helping' your team out,"
Nobles said.
Nobles admitted he is
working on things he hopes
will work against Trinity
Catholic, b.ut he said in the
end, the schemes, are not
important, but the players who
take the field.
In that regard, it may seem
like the Tigers are. already
facing an uphill battle with the
graduation of standout running
back C.J. Spiller.
There is no replacing Spiller.
Nobles has told his players
that. However, he thinks he's
got three players who can line
up in the backfield and work
together to be productive. One
of those players is returning
fullback Josh Mitchell, who
will be moved to halfback.
Nobles wants to get Mitchell
,r,or.,carries after the season
'he had last year.
S..Jo', eni for ,er S j0-
yards last year," Nobles said.
"What more can you ask for?
That's a pretty good deal in a
backfield with C.J. He'll get
more carries this year."
Devin Perry will be the other
halfback and Justin Hanson
will lineup at fullback.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
One regional champion
trophy, one regional runner-up
trophy.
That's what the Bradford
Middle School boys and girls
track and field teams have
earned this season, but team
members would like to add a
little more hardware to the
trophy case. The teams have
been working hard at practice
in preparation for the
Flrunners.com Middle School
State Championship, which


will be held Saturday, May 13,
at the National Training Center
in Clermont.
"We're bringing it home,"
boys team member Carlton
Crudup said of the state
championship trophy.
Crudup will be a first-time
participant in the state meet,
but girls .team member
Samantha Steffan knows what
it's like after. competing last
year.
"It's pretty much the same
(as the regular season meets),"
Steffan said of the state meet.
"You just get really nervous


because there are so many
people there."
Nervous or not, Steffan and
the remainder of the team
placed second at last year's
meet. Steffan helped the
4x800m relay team finish third
last year.
Steffan, a team captain this
year, will compete in the
4x800m relay again along with
the 4x400m relay and the
800m.
Also returning from last year-
is Jawan Jamison, who won
See TRACK, p. 11C


Isaiah
Jenkins (left)
prepares to
take the


Nobles said the offense, baton from
which returns starting Rodn
quarterback Austen Roberts, Rodney
will have a few new wrinkles Mosley
this year, including lining up ., during a
with more wide receivers to recent
create more opportunities for, practice. Both
Justin Griffin and Jordan,,,. are members
Clyatt. .' I I
As for the other side of the ',- of the BMS
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everything." The team loses ; team.
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50 For Rent
51 Lost/Found
52 Animals & Pets
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55 Wanted
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57 For Sale
58 Building Materials
59 Personal Services
60 Secretarial Services
61 Scriptures
62 Vacation/Travel
63 Lo' t ines
64 Businis Opportunity
65,"", Help Wanted
66 In"vestment Opportunity
67 Hunting Land for Rent
68 Rent to Own
69 Food Supplements
70 Self Storage
72 Sporting'Goods
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trees, 8 mobile home
rentals. Very well main-
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Coldwell Banker, Smith &
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wooded, $18,000 Call
Jacks Fire.Realty' at 904-
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Perfect for your home or
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$42,500.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with of-
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5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
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of a mile from new
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For more information,
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* Up to 107% financing
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REMODELED 2BR/IBA COUNTRY
COTTAGE, completely fenced in, on an
oversized lot in Hamptori City limits $59,900.
MLS#234563.


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septic, $13,600, Call
904-966-0765.
OPEN HOUSE SAT May
13th, 1:30pm to 4:30pm.
7613 NE 179th St, Or-
ange Heights. 7.6 acres,
2002 3BR/2BA home
with 2BR/1BA guest
home, 2919 total Sqft.
$428,000. Call Kathy
Weise at Trevor Waters
Reality Inc. for more infor
352-214-2988 or 352-
473-7777.
50 For Rent
LAKE GENEVA 2BR/1BA,
MH, lake front, $500 per
month, with $200 secu-
rity deposit, no pets. Call
352-478-2697.
LAKE GENEVA huge lake
front DWMH, 3BR/2BA,
$800 per month plus
$300 security, no pets,
c N3Onalds Trailer park,
call 352-478-2697.
NEWLY REMODELED up-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR, CH/
A. $450 month, 1st, last,
and.security deposit. Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA
2150 sq fIt, site built
home, on 2/3 acre with
paved roads, $154,900.
Call 352-692-4343. In-


formation available at
www.newhouse
411.com.
FURNISHED ROOMS
FOR RENT! COM-
PLETE with CH/A, cable
provided, all utilities paid!
Central location. 10%
discount on first months
rent for senior citizens.
Rooms with private bath,
$110- $120./wk. Room
without bath, $95. Laun-
dry facilities available.
Close f4 churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from thke Post Of-
fice. 904-964-4303.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to
prison. Call 352-468-
1323.
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF
Starke Apts. 2 BR HC &
non HC apartments.
Central ac/heat, on site
laundry, playground, pri-
vate and quiet atmo-
sphere. Located on
SR16, 1001 Southern
Villas Drive, Starke, FI or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.


T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled
2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 1
Voice TTY Access 1-800-545-1i33, Ext. 381 O,"g


ROOMS
FOR RENT
Economy Inn
Lawtey, FL
Daily $35 & up
Wkly $169 & up
Daily Rm Service
Microwave Cable
Refrigerator Local Phone
(904) 782-3332


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1, 2, & 3 Bedroom HC
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Apartments
"The Best Place to Live"
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Apartments
801 South Water Street
Starke, FL 32091
904-964-4214
Mon Thurs 8-12 and 1-5
TDDEa TY 711
Fqual Housning Opportunity


FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information.
LARGE OFFICE Down-
town. Ideal for several
persons to occupy. $500
per month with 1 year
lease. Call 904-964-
6305.
FOQl REISt'a-DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent w/option to lease
long term. $600 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Call Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
FOR RENT, Starke, 3/2, no
pets period. $475 per
month rent, 1st,1 last &
deposit required. Call
904-964-5295.
2BR/1 BA HOUSE $600 per
month. Also cute 1BR/
1 BA block house on Lake
Brooklyn. $120 per week
plus utilities, walking dis-
tance to town of Key-
stone. Call 352-216-
8720.
TRAILER IN COUNTRY
CR 14 X 70, 2BR/2BA,
CH/A, newly remodeled,
new carport, nice yard,
quiet area, ask about $25
discount per month. Rent


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$475 plus deposit. SE
49th St. Starke. Call 352-
468-1093.
3BR/2BA CH/A. on Lake
Geneva, 3 blocks from
school. $895 per month.
Call 352-222-9111.
THE ORANGE HOUSE on
Orchid is having a for
rent open house on Fri-
day from 4pm to 7pm
and Saturday from noon
to 3pm.
52 Animals and
gets
3 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS
silver & gray, tiger stripe.
Kittens litter box trained,
free to a good home. I will
pay to have them fixed as
soon as needed. Call
.352-473-0019, leave a
message and phone
number.
ARABIAN MARE rides
western, 12 years old,
$1800 neg. Call 386-
832-6631. -
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
3 FAMILY YARD sale Sat
only Mens, women, &
boys clothing. 6.5 HP
Brigg & Stratton motor,
pressure washer, house-
hold items, king size
comforter & much much
more. 100 W to Bayless
HWY turn right, 1 mile
down on right, follow
signs.
HUGE YARD SALE Fumi-
ture, pots & pans, dishes,
table & chairs, TV,
stands, refrigerator,
much, much more.
Thurs, Fri & Sat. 5397
SE 125th Street across
from 227 to Brooker. 8am
to ?
COUCH, FURNITURE,
S glass ware, baby items.
Thurs & Fri, 8:30am to
6:30pm. 12166 NW CR
225; Starke. 1.5 miles off
100 west. Follow signs.
CLEANING HOUSE lots of
goodies, name brand
family clothing, metal
bunk bed set, tyco yard
toys, double jogging
stroller, pull behind bike
stroller, bikes. Sat only
8:30am to ? 1927 SE
148th St. Off 230 A, fol-
low signs
RAIN OR SHINE Fri 3p.m.
to 6pm, Sat 9am to 5pm,
831 Parker St. First Rd
past the hospital on 230
East. Great Motiers.Day-
sale. .
MOVING SALE Fri &.Sat,
9am to 1pm, no. early
birds please. Lots of this
& that, household items,
ceramics, bisque &
molds, misc items, nails,
screws, tools & hard-
ware. Everything must
go. 9625 SE SR 100,
across from Old Glory
Feed.
BIG YARD SALE Thurs,
Fri Sat&-Sun.-8am ,to


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6pm. 301 N. pass Sun-
shine Mobile Homes,
turn left on 183rd street,
look for signs. New &
used clothes size 7 to 12,
microwave $20, chain
link fence with 4 foot gate
& poles $150, 4 16 inch
tires, like new, $150.
Much much more. Call
904-964-9723 after 3pm.
53 B Keystone
Yard Sales
RECYCLED TREASURES
sale. Fresh Start Fellow-
ship, 7131 N. SR 21,
Keystone Heights. Fri-
day, May 12, 9am to
4pm, Saturday, May 13
9am to 1 pm. Sat one dol-
lar a bag day.
MOVING SALE everything
must go. Fri & Sun, May
12,13,14.8am to?5684
Indian Trail, Keystone. 2
riding mowers, house-
hold, tools, misc.
XI NU CHAPTER of Beta
Sigma Phi Sorority is
having a super garage
sale on Sat May 13th
from 8am to 2pm, 426
SE 28th Loop in Geneva
Lake Estates, Melrose.
55 Wanted
BABYSITTER WANTED!
in my home. 6 year old
in Starke, hours are
around -7:45am to
5:15pm, Mon -Fri. Call
352-395-6669.
57 For Sale
FULL SIZE ELECTRIC
adjustable bed, $200.
Call 386-496-3504 after
6pm.
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free local delivery. For
appointments, 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 $170. Call 352-372-
7490.


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LAND/HOME PKGS. in Alachua, Bradford,
Columbia, Gilchrist, Levy, Dixie, Marion, Putnam
and Union counties. Call Gene, Jim and Roy. (352)
372-4663, Westgate Mobile Home Sales.

Westgate Home Center
4431 NW 13th St. Gainesville, FL
352-372-HOME (4663)


BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry gueen/
king bed, dresser, nhirror,
2 nightstands, chest
available, dovetail con-
struction. New still in
boxes. Retail $6100,
sacrifice for $1100. 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, full sets $129,
Queen sets $159, King
sets $189. Mattress Fac-
tory, 441 East Brownlee
St. Carpets also- large
room size pieces. Save
a lot. Cash and carry.
Call Sonia at 352-473-
7173 or 904-964-3888.
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$100. Call 352-372-
8588.
NORSEMAN EVINRUDE
40 HP, runs great! $600
OBO. 2 Yamaha 300, 4
wheelers, one runs
great, other for parts,
$500 for both OBO. Call
904-964-7112.
27' SEMI PUP TRAILOR
road worthy, $4500. Can
deliver locally. Call 912-
614-2671 or 904-614-
1214
CRAFTSMAN LAWN
Tractor, 16 HP, 42", rear
bagger, front bumper at-
tachment included, $750
OBO. Call 352-468-
1849.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call
904-964-4118.
BEVELED GLASS TABLE,
wrought iron, 4 chairs,
matching coffee & 2 end
tables, excellent dondi-
tion, $400 OBO. Call
904-964-7727.
COMPUTER MONITORS
several 17" and 19" from
$25 to $75. Call 352-
473-0210.
59 Personal
Services
CONCEALED WEAPONS


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1107 S. Walnut St
Starke, Flokida
(Located Behind Bradford
County Eyes Center)


MORTGAGE
BANKERS
ASSOCIATION
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permit course. 1 hour
$35 for individual or
group. call 904-964-
5019.
CLARK FOUNDATION
REPAIRS, INC. Cor-
rection of termite & wa-
ter-damaged wood &
sills. Leveling & raising
Houses/Bldgs. Pier Re-
placement & alignment.
Free Estimates: Danny
(Buddy) Clark, (904)-
284-2333 or 1-800-288-
0633.
PRESSURE WASHING,
CLC home exterior
cleaning. Roofs, siding,
decks, driveways, side-
walks. 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, trim-
ming, landscape design.
Reasonable rates, free
estimates. Commercial
& residential. Licensed
and insured. Call 386-
496-2820, if no answer
please leave message.
CHILDCARE in my home.
Certified with 9 years
exp. Call 904-364-6731
or 904-964-5294.
RESPONSIBLE MOTHER
interested in providing
summer in home
childcare, reasonable
rates. Keystone Heights
area. Call 352-473-
0079.
65 Help
Wanted
APPLICATIONS being
accepted for the execu-
tive director's position at


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IVANHOE MORTGAGE

4P A Division of Central Pacific Mortgage


the Union County Hous-
ing Authority. Forward
resume with qualifica-
tions to: Union County
Housing Authority, Board
of Commissioners, 715
West Main Street, Lake
Butler, Florida 32054.
Resume must me re-
ceived no later than May
19, 2006 by 4:00pm.
MOBILE HOME set up
man needed, please call
352-468-2959.
BARN HELP NEEDED, PT
in exchange for studio
apartment. Call 904-
964-2325.
DAIRY FARM LABOR-
ERS, hardworking, de-
pendable transportation,
shift work, holidays &
weekends. For more in-
formation call 386-462-
1016.
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Jenny W. Mann Suzanne Gordon
Branch Manager/ Mortgage Consultant
Mortgage Consultant


work at Windsor Manor.
Open positions for
CNA's and dietary aids.
Fill out applications at
602 E Laura St., Starke
32091 or fax resume to
904-964-6621. Call 904-
964-3383 for appoint-
ment. EEOC/DFWP.
PLUMBERS APPREN-
TICE needed for office in
Alachua, Steve Wilson
-Pl tjlnc. Call 386-
EXPERIENCED SMALL
engine mechanic
needed. Full time or part
time, pay based on abil-
ity. Must have own tools.
Lake Butler work place.
Please call for interview
appiontment, 386-496-
2651.
HELP WANTED Hampton


House childcare needs
responsible person to
work with children. Apply
in person, Division Ave.
or call 352-468-2581.
ASSISTANT MANAGER
oversee small group
home setting. Must have
1 year of experience in
medical, child care, or
other related field. Back-
ground and drug test
required. Good pay with
benefits. Apply ARC of
Bradford 1351 S. Water
St., Starke FL 32091.
Call 904-964-7699.
COURT RECORDS Con-
tractor Nationwide com-
pany seeks experienced
Independent contractor
to collect public record
information at the court.
Must have knowledge of
Civil, Judgements and


Tax Liens. Laptop re-
quired. Pay based on
production. Please fax
resume to 866-293-
7705. Attn:Kristie
CUSTODIAN PT child care
center in Melrose has
immediate opening for
experienced person to
clean center evenings
afterclosing.Approx 1 hr
each visit 20 days per
month. Center supplies
all equipment. Contact
Ms. Pat at 352-475-
2132.
CITY OF KEYSTONE
Heights seeks a part
time employee to work
approximately 24 hours
weekly. Applicant must
have a valid drivers li-
cense. Apply at City Hall,
555 S. Lawrence Blvd.,
Keystone Heights,


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SR 100 East
Starke


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Florida. For more infor-
mation call 352-473-
4807. Job descriptions
are available at City Hall.
Position is open until
filled. Job starts immedi-
ately. EOE
DRIVERS- ARE YOU get-
ting a 2006 pay in-
crease? Roehl drivers
are paid more with prac-
tical route mileage pay
plus top 10 pay rate. 53'
van/48' FB. Students
welcome. Sign on bo-
nus. Class A required.
Roehl, "The take home
more, be home more
carrier." Call 7days/week
$$$ 888-356-1140 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
ONE ON ONE caretaker
for disabled elderly adult
in a small group home
setting. Will assist with
home care hygiene.
Must have 1 year of ex-
perience in medical,
child care, or other re-
lated field. Background
and drug test required.
Good pay with benefits.
Apply ARC of Bradford
1351 S. Water St.,
Starke FL 32091. Call
904-964-7699.
ONE ON ONE caretaker
for disabled adult. Ser-
vices provided in adults
home:or in the commu-
nity, Will assist with
home care hygiene.
Must have 1 year of ex-
perience in medical,
child care, or other re-
lated field. Background
and drug test required.
SPersonal vehicle infor-
mation must be pro-
vided. Full time 2-8 PM.
Full benefits and ex-
pense reimbursement.
Working schedule dic-
tated by client. Apply
ARC of Bradford 1351 S.
Water St., Starke FL
32091. Call 904-964-
7699.
DIRECTOR OF NURSING
Bradford Terrace a five
star facility located in
Starke is'interviewing for
a D.O.N. Two years ex-
perience in supervision,
strong leadership skills
Sand knowledge of State
and Federal regulations.
Fax your resume to 904-
964-4446 or call Bob
Green NHA 904-964-
6220 for a confidential
interview.
BRADFORD TERRACE
skilled Nursing.facility.is
now accepting'OB'plica-
tions for LPN'S.'FT & PT,
3/11 & 11/7 shifts. Apply
in person at Bradford
Terrace, 808 S. Colley
Rd. Starke, FL 32091.
904-964-6220. DFWP/
EOE '
INSTALLER NEEDED im-
mediately for upcoming
busy season for ramp


and stair installation
throughout Florida.
$12.00 per hour within
90 days. Background
screening required. Only
hardworking individuals
need apply. Call 352-
473-0185 before 6pm,
Monday-Friday and
leave a message.
BUS DRIVER in Bradford
County. Must be bond-
able, able to obtain valid
Florida Class D driver's
license, no traffic viola-
tions. Apply at Suwanee
River Ecomomic Coun-
cil Inc. 104-4 LM Gaines
Blvd, Starke, Florida
32091. 386-362-4115
Voice/TDD.
WORK AT HOME. Must
have computer w/
internet connection, E-
mail and MS Office. De-
tail orientated person to
assemble letters and
light office work. Send
resume/inquiriesto
gcullenassoc
@yahoo.com.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total Investment
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
DISCOVER HOW ANY-
ONE can earn $25, $50,
even $100 or more in as
little as 2-3 minutes per
day taking easy "No-
Brainer" surveys! tart
today! htt ://
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SHOP HELP NEEDED, fi-
berglass manufacturing
and trimming will train.
Full time 40 hour week,
Apply in person at .U S
Body Source, 1.5 miles
South of Hampton on
CR 325.
CARE GIVER 2 years
experience working with
elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2 or 3 days per
week. Su-El's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing etc. Full time
40 hour week. Apply in


person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 milesSouth
of Hampton on CR 325.
COMPANY SPECIALIZ-
ING in Erosion control
now hiring the following
positions: Crew leaders,
equipment operators, la-
borers, Class A CDL
drivers, mechanics- valid
Drivers license a Must!
Fax resume to 904-275-
3292 or call 904-275-
4960, EOE.
CONSTRUCTION WORK-
ERS, helper positions
available, very little ex-
perience needed, full.
time and part time avail-
able, some benefits. Ap-.
ply in person at Autho-
rized Construction Ser-
vices, 7200 SE US
HWY 301, Hawthorne..
352-481-0008.
DELIVERY/WAR.E-
HOUSE career opportu- '
nity: We are looking for.
dependable, self moti-
vated people who enjoy
working in a retail deliv-
ery/warehouse position.
If you have a valid driv-
ers license, can meet the.
DOT driving require-
ments for vehicles with
GVWR greater than
10,000 lbs but less than
26,000 Ibs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100
Ibs, please consider join
ing our team. The posi-
tion offers competitive
compensation and ben-
efits package, Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an Interview
will be contacted. EOE.
ENTRY LEVEL or.experi-
enced- 2nd shift. Ameri-
can Access Technolo-,:
gies inow accepting
applications for our Key-
stone Heights location.
Will train with great po-
tential for advancement..
Train to be a punch op-
erator, grinder, run a
hardware press, brake
operator, etc. First and"
second shift possibilities.
40 hours a week with


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DFWP Good benelts.
352.473-4984
ASSEMBLY AMERICAN
Access Tecnnologies,
located in Keystone
Heights Is accepting ap-
plications for asspm0ly
positions Will train
Hours are from Monday
imru Thursday from 7am
to 3 30om. and Friday
from 6 30am to 3 30pm
Staring salary is $7.25
per nour. DWFP. good
Denelils Call 352-473-
4984
FACTORY WORKER. PT.
$6 50hr. 904-964-4388.'
8am to 4pm ,
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have
good drivers license and
own transportation, train
lor lead man, with at
least 6 months commer-
cial exp Call Larry at
352-473 2542
DRIVERS NEEDED Class'
A or B CDL; Apply at .
main officein Lake But-
ler Call 386-496-2134
ASPHALT CREW needed
Ashpall experience a
must Apply at main of-
lice in Lake Buller Call
386496-2134
ADSMIN ASSIST needed
for medical clinic. Expe-
rienced computer skills a
must, medical experi-
ence a plus Monday
tnru Friday. 8am to 4pm.
benefits Call Manlyn at
386-496-6010
UNION COUNTY Road
Department and Solid
Waste has an open po-
sition for general laborer
This is a full time posi-
tion and you are required
to have a valid class B.
CDL; The position also
requires applicants who
are aole to pass a back-
ground screening in or-
der.to work with inmate.
laborers. The work
schedule is for'Monday
through Friday from
7:30am until 4:00pm
.with a 30minute lunch..
break,. Anyone,-inter-
ested in this position
should submit an appli-
cation or resume to the
Union County Road De-
partment. or the Board of
County Commissoin of-
fice. Applications will be
taken on Thursday 5/11/.
06 until Wednesday 5/
17106 at 4:00pm
DRIVER- ARE YOU'get-
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WIIIeB8IL.Ic OTR DRIVERS NEEDED
Go through Home several times most weeks.'
Home most weekends. Personalized dispatching'
'1 that comes from only dispatching 25 trucks at
,.- i our location here in Starke. Vacation pay, Safety
Bonus up to $1,200 per year. Driver of the Year
bonus, and driver recruitment bonuses. Blue
SCross Blue Shield medical and dental Insurance.
I Need 2 years of experience and a decent driving
a ": ~record.
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ON-SITE ESTATE AUCTION
Sat., May 13, 2006 10:30 a.m.
362 SE 41st St., Keystone Club Estates, Keystone Hits.
RAIN or SHI\NE! Dirmrions: From the light in Keystone, go south on SR 21 approx. 2 miler. Turn right into
Keystone Club Estates. TaAe the 1st leftto #362. Watch for signs
This is the estate of the late Faye White, plus another local estate.
"Estate" by Whirlpool. washer & dryer (less than 1 yr. old), dining table & 4 chairs, china cabinet, trundle
bed, single bed frame w/mattress & box springs, 2 single beds'w/headboards, bo\ springs & mattresses. End
tables, entertainment center, swivel TV table, sofa bed, kitchen table.& 4 chairs, bar stools. near-new Pride lift
"chair, near-new Solara Spree GT invalid wheelchair (has headrest & reclines), like new La-Z-Boy recliner. oak
lamp siand/mag -rack, bookcases, oak dresser w/mirror; 4-drawer chest, floor standing jewelry box, swivel
rocker, floor standing corner shelf, wicker settee, 2 chairs & round wicker table, Ig. baker's rack, fiberglass
storage cabinet, binei w/sliding doors, Sylvania 13" TV, sewing machine in cabinet, oval mirror. stepslools.
Panasonic VCR, la\ machine, microwave stand, Panasonic microwave, toaster oven. 2 wrought iron swivel
rocker porch chjir 4 folding chairs.ylant stand, vacttuum cleaners. & lots of costume jewelry.
Blue Ridge china apple pattern (4- pc.). Brickoten sern ice for 8 stoneware, Elagance by Dynasty service for
8 china, service for 1 5 white Syrjcuse china, old mi\inR bol,. yellow, green & blue nesting Pyrex bowls.
FireKing, %,jter pikihers. Czech shaving mug, Sadler teapot, crystal serving bowls, crystal pitcher, fancy glass
bowl, crystal creamer, sugar & butter dish, parfait glasses, dessert dishes, egg dish, Grimwades, art glass vase.
oil lamp, crystal lamp, lantern lamp plus others. Service for 8-good flatware & everyday flatware, lots of
baking dishes, pans, etc. Pots & pans, teakettles, elec. can opener & chopper, Hamilton Beach mixer, hand
mixer, kitchen utensils, Club Alum. dutch oven, elec. knife & fry pan, games, pictures. Christmas dec., knick
-knacks, sewing stuff, bedding & linens, cookbooks, radio, Griswold #6& #3 cast iron skillets. Stanley #120
plane, & lots more not listed. We just signed these on Sat,, so we had to rush this flyer.
Bring your own chairs, boxes & paper. Food & sodas available.
Announcements day of auction take precedence over all advertisements.
Terms of auction: Cash or check w/ID. Visa, MasterCard, Debti card. 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax 2% BP discount
w/cash or check., ,
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
AB#1 648, Col. Ken 'Mitchell, AU #2225
5500 SE 3rd Ave., Keystone Heights, FL 32656. Call for Information (352) 473-9008


crease? ..Rehl drivers
!are .paid more with'
priclical icuie mileage
pay plus lop10 pay rate..
S53'var48 FB. Students
.-welcome. Sign on bo-
n; us Class A required.
Roehi The lake home
more be home more
carnei "Call 7days/week
$i$ 888-356-1140 $$i
wwvw GoRoen corn
DRIVERS ALL SHIFTS'
Excellent payieenefils
CDL A dump experi-
ence a plus Can 877-
512-6210. premium-
ndrivers corn
PART TIME TELLER.
M&S Bank seeking a
-part-time teller for Key-
i stone office. One to two
years teller experience
preferred but not re-
quired Heavy cash han-
dling required Apply al
any M &S Bank location
EOE/AA/H/VN.
DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL
SERVICES Education
...requirement: Bachelor's
degree 'in social' work,
Psychology. Sociology.
Health Care Aaminisira-
lion, LPN. RN. or BSN
Responsibilities. care
planning. MDS. risk
- management, clinlca.
"assess ents and esi
dentfamily interation.
Salary range. $31.000 to
$34,000 per year.
Please fax resume and
cover letter to. Adm.nis-
' tractor Macclenny Nurs-
Sing& Rehab Center.
904-259-5381 No
phone, calls please
EOE, background check
required., drug free work.


place.
PLUMBERS HELPER
needed. in Alachua, top
pay. Steve Wilson
..Plumbing Inc. Call 386-
462-7016.
LPN NEEDED full time.Will
be working with juvenile,
offenders age 12-19 in a
treatment program.-
Union Courity area.'
Back ground check re-
quired, benefits, vaca-
tion time, sick days,
401K offered. Call 386-
431 -1999 or fax resume
.to 386431-1089.
PROGRAM MANAGER io
oversee operation of 3
six ted group nomes
providing services tode-
velopmentally disabled
individuals in Starke and
Lake City. Requires BA
in Human Services and
at least 1 yearexp work-
ing with MR/DD EOE
Salaried position, good
benefits. For application
call 352-372-0130 fax
resume 352-372-0139
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'dtalley @rescare.com
Home Support Staff to
work witn development -
tally disabled individuals
in group homes 'In
Starke. Requires High
School Diploma or GED,
-Valld. Fl drivers license
with good driving record
$7 00 plus benefits EOE
call 904-964-8082
JOB OPENINGS Hign
school diploma gradu.
ales ags 17-34. No ex-
perience necessary,
paid relocatiOn. Will train
:,:in electronics, aviation.
Mechanics and other
fields. 'Call 800-342-


8123 or 800-843-2189.
PARTTIME odds and ends
job. Great for HS or Col-
lege student. Must have
own transportation. 1 or
2 days per week, hours
flexible. $10 per hour.
Call 352-473-0210.
WEEKEND OR INEXPEN-
SIVE tile installer, for
cash. Experienced only
call 352-473-0210.
BRADFORD COUNTY
Emergency Services is
now accepting applica-
tions for the positions of
Full-Time and Part-time
Paramedic and Part time
EMT. Applicant must cur-
rently hold valid State of
Florida paramedic or
EMT license or have
completed paramedic
training course. Applica-
tions can be obtained at
945-C North Temple
Ave., Starke, Fl 32091 or
at www.bradford-co-
fla,org. Completed appli-
cations must be returned
by 4pm, May 28, 2006.
For more information call
904-966-6911.
COUNTY COURT Judicial
Assistant:-located at the
Bradford County Court-'
house. Starting salary is
$28,774.32 plus ben-
efits: Closing date is Fri-
day, May 26,2006. Send
application to: Bradford'
County. Courthouse,.
Post Office Drawer B,
Starke, FI 32091. De-
tailed job description and
an application, please
see our website at:


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positions open in the Delivery / Service Department.
High School Diploma or .equivalent with a good
Driving Record required.

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* Quarterly Sales Bonus
S4-Day work week, Monday-Thursday
* Health/Dental Insurance
* Paid Vacation
* 401K Retirement Plan
* A Drug Free Workplace
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1038 Edwards Road
Starke, Florida
(904) 964-8544


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904-966-6221.
OUTGOING PERSONAL-
ITY needed to run the
front desk of an upbeat
dental office. Experience
not required but friendli-
ness is a must and ea-
ger to leam. Please call
352-473-0707.
LEASING COORDINA-
TOR for local housing,
FT position, Monday -
Frfday, 8:30am to
5:30pm. Benefits avail-
able. For more informa-
tion call 904-477-0745.


Rotary Well Drilling 2-6"
864 N. Temple Ave. US Hwy 301 N.'
Starke. FL,


MAINTENANCE TECHNI-
ClAN needed for local
housing. Some experi-
ence needed. On the job
training offered. FT po-
sition with benefits avail-
able. For more informa-
tion call 904-477-0745.
MEDICAL OFFICE ADMIN
Asst. Computer skills,
medical terminology,
good with public, orga-
nized, accts payable,
team player, FT. A Chris-
tian based practice offer-
ing women health and
Pediatrics. Fax resume
to 386-659-2196.


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Phone: 904-964-7399
Cell: 904-591-9377 ot 904-219-4648:
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now accepting applications for Management, with a
minimum of one year experience, must work
flexible hours, premium pay. Also accepting
applications for hourly employees. Apply in person
at our Starke location. 582 N. Temple Avenue (Hwy
301) or fax management resumes to 904-733-4949.
EOE



PRITCHETT TRUCKING INC
is continuing to grow and has the following positions
open for qualified people to work at our Lake Butler
Facility.


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Must have 6 months experience in all areas of trailer
repair.


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installing tires on class A trucks.


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SPRING
Continued from p. 7C
and Brendan Odom, lineman
Willie Oliver and defensive
back Chris Perry to graduation.
Those were big losses, but
Nobles said the graduation of
linemen Steven Baggett and
---Josh Blunk particularly hurts.
"They were dominant,"
Nobles said of the duo.
New players will be
stepping in on the defensive
side of the ball, which will also
have a different look in terms
of its coach. Bubba Wilson is
_the team's new defensive


coordinator, taking over for
Will Dettor, who stepped
down as defensive coordinator
and is now coaching the
offensive line.
Another new coach this year
is Garrett Beatty, who will be
coaching wide receivers.
The coaching staff is the
same at Keystone, but, like
Union, the team is looking for
some new players to step in
and fill the shoes of some
departed players.
Gone is running back Wil
Breton, but Dickinson said he
hopes Matt Story will be able
to step in to that position and
produce.
Fullback Daniel Crapse also


graduated and Dickinson said
he is looking at several players
for that position, including
Randy Davids, Jeramy Lewis
and Joel Morgan.
One running back returns in
Greg Taylor, but there is not
much depth behind him. -
The offensive line lost only
one senior, but a couple of
players from last year decided
not to play this year. Dickinson
said that could be a young
group this year with possibly
just one senior.
On defense, the Indians have
to replace safeties Nick
Salsbery and Michael
Williams, defensive end Lans
Hardin and nose guard Tony


Angels take flight in tournament

.....-..s 7sa


The Starke Angels 12-and-under fast-pitch softball team took the runner-up
spot in a tournament held in Hawthorne April 21-23. The Angels defeated
Gainesville 13-12, Hawthorne 15-13, Interlachen 16-5 and Palatka 11-0.
Pictured are: (front) Felicia Foti, Casey Mills, Taylor Crawford, Lakia Bright,
Katie Willingham, (back) coach Tabitha Morris, Brittney Hall, Marquesha
Collins, Chelsea Jackson, coach Rene Willingham, Tikeya Strong, Brittany
Warren, Chelsey Collins and coach Mike Hall. Not pictured: Chalin McGuire
and Hailey Norman.


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What a great day to celebrate, a day that
we truly ought to be thankfuld.for...
Someone just said to me the other day,
"Why is it that the older you get, the faster
time goes by?" Well, its hard to explain,
but life truly is very short. So with that in
mind...lets just pause and reflect upon our
mothers and commit to spending more
time, through visits, cards, phone calls and
prayers.
Where would we be without our mothers?
Our country has been a great country, we
have had a lot of fine men help mold our
country, but the backbone of our society
has been our mothers. They are there to
nurture and encourage our children.
My mother is with the Lord now and
almost everyday I'm reminded of how
much I miss her. You know we can't undo /
the past and that is so painffuly clear to
me. My mother was behind the scenes,
never out front, but she truly was my i'
inspiration. She told me I twas special...she
developed in me so many traits that have
become crystal clear.
My dad is a great dad, but out family
would not be if it were not for my mother.
Life is just a vapor or a mist. Take the time
to tell our mother's how much we love
them. Reflect on how much our inothers do


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honored my mother Sirloin Steak
ive, and now I can t
to vou show your & Shrimp
,other how much you Baked Potato

of God's greatest Salad Bar
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n life. There can be rink
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mothers have a Only
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Happy Mother's Da /
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for us.
I wish I would have
more while she was al
- my encouragement
.mother and tell your i
love her.
My mother was one
gifts to me. Thanks Mc
being my inspiration i
no greater calling tha,
Mother Thank you i
great day!


Hand Carved Honey Baked Ham
Roast-Beef Country Fried Steak
Fried Shrimp Broccoli
Fried Chicken Collard Greens
Smoked Pork Tenderloin
Shrimp Alfredo


Scalloped Potatoes
& Much More
to choose from


Expanded
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Hamner.
"Really, we only lost four
guys on defense, but the four
we lost were pretty good ball
players," Dickinson said.
One positive, concerning the
entire team, is that it is the
strongest group of players he's
had, Dickinson said. Now, the
question is who can make
plays on the field and in what
spots can they make those
plays.
"That's our main focus this
spring, really-to find out who
our hitters are and make sure
we have people where they
need to play for us," Dickinson
said.
Fortunately for Bankston, he
knows who most of .his players
are going to be. The Tornadoes
were young last year and do
not have to replace many
players this year, though some
key departures are running
back James Jamison,
linebacker Shauntell Carter
and defensive backs Jimmy
Hankerson and Ryan
Robinson.
J.R. Petteway, who was the
starting quarterback for most
,of the year, will also graduate,
-butAntwan Brown is ready to
stepin Brown did see playing
time- last year, including
extensive action in the
Tornadoes' final game.
1,[. ;'He; did a real good job
against Sebring, so we're
7g6oing to build on that and go
from.there," Bankston said.
The Tornadoes were
.inconsistent last year, but were
in every game they played but
one, Bankston said. Now, he,
said the team has to find a way
to finish in those close games.
Since the bulk of next
season's team returns,
Bankston expects to see some
progress .this spring toward
,that goal.
."The), should step up and
they should be confident now,"
Bankgiori said.
Bradford will play. in a
spring classic at Bishop Kenny
High School in Jacksonville
Wednesday, May 17, at 6:30
p.m. Keystone and Union will
i~ each play in a spring game on .
I Thursday, May 18. The.
Indians will host Hawthorne'at
6 p.m. and the Tigers %will
travel to Florida High School.
i in Tallahassee for a 7 p.m.
game. Port St. Joe will also
take part in that game with
Union and Florida High.
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The Power
Starke on ME


Lineman
Ricky King,
who will be a
junior, gets
down low
during the
first day of
practice in
Union
County.


fCi' n TRACK
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Bradford Middle
School's Samantha
Steffan practices for
the upcoming state
meet.


two state championships for
the boys team last year in the
100m and 200m.
The boys team finished
ninth last )ear and Jamison,
who w ill compete in the 100m,
200m. 4xl00m relay and
4x400m relay, is ready to
better that performance. He
said his focus this year has
been on bringing 'the "big
trophy" back to Bradford
County.
"'We've got enough people
and coach is working us hard,"
Jamison said.
So. can both teams lay claim
to both championship trophies
as they did at the regional
meet? Girls team member
Megan Perry, who will be a
first-time state competitor,
likes her team's chances.
"We've got a really good
chance, I think," said Perry,
who will be competing in the
discus.
A state championship (or
two) would help Bradford
County gain some respect as
far as Jamison is concerned.
"Everybody thinks because-
we're from a small town we're
sorry," Jamison said.
"We'll show them," Crudup
said.


Team will be live at First- Baptist Church of
av 10 14. 2006. Our nightly excitement will


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start at 7 p.m. Many, door prizes wiilbe given away. We
hope you will join us.
The Power Team is a group of world class athletes whoc
have performed the world's greatest exhibitions of power,
strength, speed, inspiration, and motivation in every state-
and over 40 countries for almost 30 years. These giant men,
many weighing over 300 lbs. can blow up hot water bottles
like balloons, snap baseball bats like twigs, lift telephone
poles overhead, rip phone books and license plates like
pieces of paper, and smash walls of ice and concrete. The
Power Team has several world record holders, former NFL
football players, and professional wrestlers. They have been
endorsed by over 50 governors, senators, and congressmen
for their positive contribution to the lives of America's
youth..-,
For more information please call the
church office at 904964-6562.



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I have had the opportunity to be among some of the most talented,
athletic, creative, and truCy genuine people- when being around my fellow
classmates these yast four years. it seems ,like high schooC has passed in the
in of an eye, but _.wiff avi'vajs 5ice t mwioics ,fit cfose to-my heart, '.
im grateful that '~ was abCe to attid i smaller school and bie that much closer -
with everyone in my cCass, andactually know affllofthem by name. it is almost
disheartening to think this is the end, I feey reminding myself if is yet the
beginning- where we can start now to make our lives whatever we imagine.
q am grateful for my -Cfeavenly 'Father for giving me the opportunity
to receive such an outstanding education and giving me countless opportunities
to thrive in my life. 2 know 1 could not have succeeded to any degree without
myyparents and myfamiCy. 1 deepyy appreciate theirfirm values and how they
have raised me with them, to be the best person q can be. 1 am also ayyreciative
of the .teachers, faculty, and staff members that have :made my time not onfy at
the high schooC, but both the middle and elementary school a time worth
remembering. Esyecially to those teachers who have not only taught me what
was required, but far exceeded any expectations and taught me important Cife
lessons that q wiff always carry with me and' recy on. Last but certainly not
least- 2 would like to thank all of the friends that q have made throughout the
years. 1 am so thankfuCfor aClCof you being therefore me throughout it all, and
for allof the good times we have had, are having, and are yet to have.
This summer q will be attending 'Brigham Young 'University in 'Provo,
'Utah for the summer term. q will then return in the faffll and finish my !AA
degree at Santa 'Fe Community College. "Upon finishing, would like to
transfer to the 'University of 'Florida to obtain a bachelor's degree. 'Myfieldof.
study has not yet been whoffy decided, but narrowed- to. nutrition,
photojournalism, or English. Whatever my decided'profession, look forward to
having the job of "mom" and raising afamify of my own one day.


Suyerintendent's Message


Congratulations to the
graduating Class of 2006. It
has been ayrivilege and honor
to have you as students in our
school system.
Your accomplishments have
been too numerous to fist.
Your service to the community
has been impressive. You have
served as outstanding mentors
and examples to those who will
follow you. We have kept you
close and under our wingsfor
many long years, and now it
is time for us to sendyou off
into the wone4rfuCworfdthat
awaits each of you. You.have
the yriviCege of being born and'
raised in the greatest county


Salutatorian


q-loly XWendal fReed

It is truly an accomplishment for me to be graduating at the top of my
cfass. q owe affthe glory to God, for without him I woulCdnever be where am
today. As a lifetime resident of Union County 1 feelprivilegedtqo ive in such a
small, caring town. Recently q went to grad light and gradBash with our
senior cfass ifn: Orit .It was quite a different experience being surrounded by
yeoplefrom much Carger school. It really made me appreciate the smafflltown
friendliness of Lake Butter even more.
On behalf of the cCass of 2006, q would like to thank our community for the
everlasting support that you provide. Through yourfinanciaCsupport you have
made itpossible for our students toparticipate in many extracurricular
.activities as weffas extend our education beyond high school through
scholarships. 'It has. aCso been an honor to represent our town for the past seven
'years as a cheerleader. Our town is beyond doubt unique place. to five, andq
lookforward to raising my children here in thefuture. wouCldike to thank
our Superintendent Carlton 'FauCk, School'Board'Members: tMr. Afvin griffis,
BMrs. Sandra Toyd, 'Mrs. 'Marsan Carr, Mrs. Sue Whitehead, and'Mr. Allen
Parrish, and ourprincipafs 'Mrs. gale Layypaainen and'Mr. 'Russeffll
'Larracntireforlmaii'lig Oulr schoofsystem an outsraindbigylace to receive an
education.
', olowlwnggraduation, p fan to attendLake City Community College in
order to complete my AA in generaC business, which q have been working on
through the duaC enrollment program at Union County q'figh SchooC T'hen, 1
f. an to transfer to the 'University of Florida as a junior andyursue my
bachelor of science degree in business management. Whife attending the
,University of 'Florida, q2pClan to try out for cheerleading andpyarticipate in
business relatedclubs. '2o the class of 2006, it has been wonderfulgrowing uy
with you. Always remember our cCass motto, "You are never given a wish
without the power to make it come true." We are aff capable of achieving the
.desires of our hearts, as long as you keep god at the center of your fife.
T'o my inspiration in life, my family, am a blessedgirCto have been born
S into-a Christian famiCy that has taught me the onCy thing that is important in
ife: 'q-onoring god' As said'in 'Mark 12:30, "And' thou sha t love the Lord thy
'godwith affllthy heart, and'with affllthy soul, and with affllthy mind, and with
allffthy strength: this is the first commandment." 1 love you allandyromise to
make you yroudi


in the world, This great
nation has given each of you a
free,andequafopportunity to
gain an-education. Your
education has offeredyou an
opportunity to grow
academically, socially, and
physically. You have 'developed
talents andskills that willbe
spring boa'ds to tomorrow.
Today as you leave, the
yaths that you choose will be
yours. 'e wise in your choices.
v'Make the most of


opportunities given to you. 1
urge each of ybu to continue
your education. qn the
workplace, you willfind that
knowledge is ayowetrfutooC
for success. I wish for each of
you great success in whatever
yath you choose.


You possess many
virtues, the most important of
which is integrity. go forth
with confidence and
excitement. You have the
opportunity to change the
world Congratulations on
your many successes and best
wishes to each of you.


Carlton TauCk- Union
County Superintendent of
Schools


----- Thursday May 11, 2006






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he following
seniors are
graduating with
high honors, a
IPA of 3.5 or


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Ronald Dean Angel Jr.


Ronnie Kenneth Barton









Robert Spencer Bell


Stephanie Noel Blakely --'Acea St. Maurice Brown
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Lesley Boyd Nina Nicole Brown


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Nicole Lynn Bryant .- Whitney Brooke Dukes


Michelle Shalene Cooper


Austin Gregory Emery


Offices,


Kevin Kirk Alexander
. Extra-curricular:
Football, 9-12.
Ronald Dean Angel Jr.
Clubs/office(s); FFA, 9-
12, Spanish Club, 12.
Extra-curricular: Tiger


Roar at
Hono


Ortra-curricular activities and honors of the class of 2006
Nathan Lee Ashe Ronnie Kenneth Barton Stephanie Noel Blakely Nina Nicole Brown .
4 staff. Clubs/office(s); UCHS No information Clubs/office(s); FFA, No informa-tion
rs: National Honor -,,-, 10-9 c, t tn:. available. Drama Club, Spanish. available.


Roll, Most Likely to
Succeed, 12.


Congratulations
MtLegan Jloward

C the Class of 200oo6!






GOOD UCK
as you go forward in life!


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Canova, Shirley, David, John, Mel 5 Charles Howard


military police squad),.- Haliegh Michele Bates Honors: Honorable Acea St. Maurice Bro n
Rode cia Morran Clubs/office($); FFA. Mention Congressional IV
RAusodencia MorranArt Show, 10, Participant, Clubs/office(s): Spanish
Clubs/office(s); Drama Samantha Elizabeth International Art Club,-BETA Club Vice-
Clubs/office(s); Drama Baynum Exchange with China. President .. Student
Club, Student Council. No information Council, FFA, Interact
Extra-curricular:ack and available Gary Joshua Blunk Club, DARE.
Football, 9-12, Track and Extra-curricular: Extra-curricular: Track
Field, 11-12, Basketball, Robert Spencer Bell Football, 9-12, andField,
9-12. Club/office(s): Beta Weighilifting. 10-12. Honors. Scholarship to
ruHonors:-up ,ummer Club, 12. FFA, 9-12, Honors: Honorable attend National Youth
Iron Maner n,-up 9-, S 0, FBLA. 12. Drama Club. Mention. Gainesville Sun Leadership Forum in
GainesvilleSun all-team 12. Boy Scouts of all-area team, 12, Iron medicine. Top Tiger.
honorabesvlle mention9-10. America,9. Man Award. 9-12. Work Horse Award.
Extra-curricular: B r i g h t F u t u r e s
Dana Nicole Bacon Football 9 1 2, Heith Neal Box scholarship. Society of
No information Weightlifting, 11-12. Jazz No information American High School
available. ormBand, 11-12,Guys and available. Students award, National
Dolls, 12, Wizairdof Oz, Mathematics award,
.-Steven MichaelBaggett 12, Cinderella. 1'2, Lesley Boyd Honor Roll, National
Clubs/office(s); FFA, --Tennis, Churtch ---Clubs/office(s); Senior Honor 'Society,
11-12, FCA, 9. Basketball, Choir, 9-12. Class President,, Florida" -Presidential Scholarship,
Extra curricular Honors:-Life Scout, 9,:. TSA. 9-1D (state reporter, Who' s Who Among
Fooxtra-cullcu ar ainesille Sun allarea fit secretary, 'state --American High School
ehoot]alf, 9 .-2 i4lffeam. 12, Ginesile p tdent). .- Sttldenits, FCAT'R1iiril
Wghf, 101, ,. Sun adrna ua ...' Extro-cur-ular: Band, Sunshine State Schol-ar,
Treasa Ann Barber honorable mention, 9-10. Student Go'ernment. Outstanding Achievement
No information Senior Superlative; Softball. Award. Best All-Around
available -- Friendliest, State Science Honors: TSA Most Senior Superlati-ve, Most
avaiFair. Distinguished Student, Dedicated Technology
Jacob Shepard Barlow 10, Dreamers and Doers, Education.
Extra-curricular: Ryan Edward Black Homecoming Court.


Football, 9-12, Baseball,
12, Weightlifting, 9-10.


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available." '.

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Nicole Lynn Bryant
Clubs/office(s); Beta
Club, Student
Government. FCA, Class
Treasurer, 9.12. FFA, 11-
12, Senior Class
Champions Club.
Extra-curricular:
Basketball, 9-12,
Volleyball, 10-12,
Weightlifting, 11-12,
Band, 11-12.
Honors: Scholar Athlete
Award, Senior Class
Sponsor.
Shawna Rene' Burnsed
Clubs/office(s); FFA, 9,
HOSA, 10-12 (treasurer,
.12), Beta Club, 12, CIA,
.2, Interact Club, 12.
Honors: First place
HOSA regional
competition .for career
See HONORS, p. 3


Class

of

2006

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Courtney Lee Floyd


Hannah Michelle Honour


Stephanie Paige Floyd


Jenna Maureen Handley


HONORS
Continued from p. 2

health display, 11,
Second P.lace HOSA
regional competition
interview category.
Felicia Marie Carroll
Clubs/office(s); FFA, 9-
11
Extra-curricular:
Volleyball, 9.
Brenda Gail Chandler
.Clubs/office(s); FFA,,9-
12, JROTC, 9-12 (staff
member).
Honors: A-B honor roll,
10-11.
Curtis Chad Clemons
Clubs/office(s); CIA, 9-
12, JROTC, 9-12 (first


Kimberly S. Hinerman
sergeant, 10, S-3, 11
battalion commander,
12).
Extra-curricular: Band,
9-12 (brass captain, 11-
12, chaplain 11-12),
JROTC, 9-12 (first
sergeant, 10, S-3, 11,
battalion commander,
12).
Honors: Superior Cadet,
Color Guard
Achievement Award,
Sons of the American
Revolution Honor Medal.
Vanessa Destiny
Clemons
Clubs/Office(s); Black
History Club, 9-10.
Extra-curricular:
Basketball, 9-12,
Weightlifting.


Michael
Cochran
No ir
available.


iforn


Tristen
nation


k -A
Stephanie F. Hopkins
Charles M. Cook
No information
available.
Michelle Shalene
Cooper
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9, FBLA, 10.
Extra-curricular: Roar
Staff, 12, Band,- 9-11,
Tigerette Student Leader,
9-11, Student leader, 11.
Sarai Rebecca
Crawford
No information
available.
Amanda Rae Crews '
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
Student Government (first
period representative),
Interact Club, CIA.
Honors: Senior
Superlative, Most School
Spirit.


Darren & SU ers
386.49 6333
710 E. M ain St. LakeOet
take antler


Lacey Brooke Johnson
Amika Shantena Davis
No information
available.
Ashley Leigh Davis
Clubs/Office(s); FBLA,
12, Spanish Club, 11.
Jennifer Faye Davis
Clubs/Office(s); HOSA,
9-10.
Extra-curricular:
Volleyball, 9.


Jessica Nicole Lane Mallory Lane Martin
Honors: Talent Search Brad Steven Dicks
scholarship, Take Stock Brad Steven /Office(s F
in Children scholarship. /Clubs/mfntirveoed


Jonathan Eric Davis
No information
available.


FA
lure


team, livestock judging
team), 9-12.
Honors: FFA
See HONORS, p. 4


CSS O 2006
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Congratulations
Seniors!

A Special Salute to
Kerrie Lynch
(UCHS) one of our
friendly employees!!


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A great future is yours.
Aim high, work hard and your efforts will be rewarded.
"'est wishes from the 'Union County courthouse officials"


Patsy Jones Elixson
TAX COLLECTOR
Jerry Whitehead
SHERIFF,


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David L. Reiman
COUNTY JUDGE
Regina Parrish
CLERK OF COURTS


Babs R. Montpetit
SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS
Steve Saunders
PROPERTY APPRAISER


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Amber Lee Miller


Jill Aurelia Peacock


Eric Lawerence Rathman


Sara Michelle Richardson


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John Andrew Sapp


Leah Danielle McDowell


HONORS
Continued from p. 3,
Cody MacKenzie
Douglas
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
10-11.
Extra-curricular: Golf
.team, 11-12, Fair
.--exhibitor; 11-12.:
Honors: Senior
Superlative, Most
Popular.
proficiency finalist, 9-12,
tractor driving, sub-
district, district winner,
11-12, FFA Star
Agribusiness Award, 12,
Buck Masters
scholarship, 12.
Whitney Brooke Dukes
Clubs/Office(s)--' -
Spanish Club, 12, FFA
(food science team, 11) 9-
12, Beta Club, 12,
Interact Club, 11-12,
Drama Club, 12.
Garrett Ellington
No information
available.

Jared Bruce Ellis
v No inform action
available.


Kasey William Nobles


9-12.
Honors: Honorable
Mention Gainesville Sun
all-area team, 11,
Principal's Leadership
SAward, 12, Sunshine
State Scholar, Scholar,
Athlete (football,
baseball), 12, Senior
Superlative, Best
Looking.
Jared Charles Everett
No Information
Available.
Courtney Lee Floyd
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
Beta Club, Spanish Club.
Extra-curricular:
""Cheerleader, 9-11,
Poultry Judging team.
Honors: Discovery
Degree, 9, Green hand
Degree, 10, Chapter
Degree, 11, Member of
National Poultry judging
Team, A-B Honor roll, 9-
12, Homecoming Court
member, Junior Usherette
for class of;2005.
Stephanie Paige Floyd


Clubs/Office(s); Junior
Austin Gregory Emery Class President, Student
Clubs/Office(s); FCA, Body Vice-President,
9-10, FBLA, 12, FFA, 9- Beta Club, Science Club,
11, Beta Club, 12. Spanish Club, Drama
Extra-curricular: Club, FFA, TSA, FCA,
Football, 9-12, Baseball, CIA.


Extra-curricular: Band,
( marching, symphonic,
and honor band member
woodwind captain,
student leader), Softball,
Tennis, Membern.'of
Harmony Freewill Bfaptist
Church youth group
(Children's Church
Leader, music tutor).
Honors: Seven Superior
Ratings, band, Honor
Roll 9-1 2,Senior
Superlative Most
Intelligent, Governor's
All-Star Student Award,
Band Student of the Year.

Spencer Blake Garber
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12, JROTC, 9, Drama
Club, 11-12.

Ryan Gemelli
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
Extra-curricular: Golf.
Honors: FFA
Workhorse Award. Golf
team district winner.
i atherineRenee'-ray, ;
C Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
12.
Extra-curricular: Band
9-12.

Jenna Maureen
Handley
Clubs/Office(s); Beta
Club, 10-12, FFA


(parliamentary procedure
team, agribusiness
management team), 9-12,
Gifted Program, 11-12,
Interact Club, 12, Spanish
Club, 12..
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9-12, more
than 90 community
service hours.
Honors: Who's Who
Among American high
School Students, 12,
USAA National Math
Award, USAA National
Physical Education
Award, Top FCAT math
score, 10, FFA Discovery
Award-; 9, FFA
Greenhand Award, 10,
FFA Chapter Award, 11,
FFA Chapter Scholar
Award, 9-10, All-
American Cheerleader, 9-
10, First place science
fair, 9, third place.
regional science, fair, 9,
second place school
science fair, 10.

C1iVra Lynnh Hannon
I0 I n fo r ma'ti o n
Available.

Darin Wayne Hendricks
No Information
Available.

Gerard Jamar
Hendrieth I
No Information
Available.

Stephan Louis Heslar
Clubs/Office(s); TSA,
9-12,
Honors: Second place
talent show, 9, First place
music award, 11, Senior
Superlative Most
Talented.

Justin Higginbotham
No Information
Available.


Best wishes to
a great group
of GRADS.


Charles Lee Rushing

Francis William Rashad
Highland
Clubs/Office(s); Black
History Club, 10-12.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 12, Track and
Field, 10-12,
Honors: Broke school
record in discus throw,
Track and Field
scholarship, District and
Regional shot put winner,
11.

Kimberly S. Hinerman
Clubs/Office(s); Latin
club, Interact club, Beta
club, FBLA (secretary),
FCS.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9, Softball,
11-12.
Honors: Honor Roll,
National Honor Roll,
Who's Who Among
American high ;School
Students, Physical
Education Award, Senior
Superlative Friendliest.

Tiffany Holmes

History Club (secretary).
Extra-curricular:
Basketball,
Honors' Gainesville
Sun Player of the Week,
ESPN Radio Athlete of
the Week, Honorable
Mention/Second team
Gainesville Sun all-area
team.

Hannah Michelle
Honour
Clubs/Office(s);
Student Government, 9-
12, Student Body
treasurer, 12, Beta club,
10-12, FFA, 9-12, Book
club, 9-12, Spanish Club,
9-12.
Extra-curricular: ,
Cheerleader, 9-12,
Agriculture Mechanics
team, 10,12:
Honors: FFA Discovery


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Degree, 9, FFA
Greenhand Degree, 10,
Chapter Degree, 11,
Who's Who Among
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Stephanie F. Hopkins
No Information.
Available.

Megan Christina,
Howard
Clubs/Office(s);
HOSA, 9-12, FFA, 9-12,'
Interact club, 11.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9.,
Honors:' Sophomore
Princess, FFA Workhorse,
Award, 11, Homecoming
Court, 11, Honor Roll, 9-.
12.
Cory Emerson Howell
Clubs/Office(s);, FFA,:
9-12.
Extra-curricular: Golf,'-
9-12, Baseball, 9-12.

Daniel Nathan Ingersoll -y
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,'
9-12, FCA, 9-12.
Extra-curricular:
Wrestling,, 11,.
Weightlifting, 11.
Honors: Youth Group..
Nation, 10. ''"
Timothy Devon Jackson
No Information
Available.

Tiffany Marie Johns
' Clubs/Office(s);
JROTC, 9-12.
Lacey Brooke Johnson
Clubs/Office(s); Beta'
Club, 9-12, FFA, 9-12,
FCA, 10-12.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9-12, fair,
exhibitor, 9-10, Poultry;
Judging team, 9.
Honors: Dual
Enrollment, 12, Who's
Who Among American
High School Students, 12,
Pou ftry Judging
scholarship, high
individual.
Kristin Lorraine Jones
Clubs/Office(s);
Student Government, 9-


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Silas Clinton Wilson


HONORS
Continued from p. 4
12.
Extra-curricular: Band,
9-12, Softball, 10-11.
Honors: Who's Who
Among American High
School.Students.
Ryan Stephen Kalenza
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
12.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 9-12.

Christina Rena
Ketzenberg,
Clubs/Office(s);
Yearbook (photographer),
11-12.
Preston Hunter Kinsey
No Information
Available.
Michelle Nicole Kirby
No Information
Available.
Brittany Renee' Knight,
Clubs/Office(s); Drama
Club, Beta Club, Studeit'
Council representative,
SADD, 9-10, FCA, 9-10.
Extra-curricular:
Tigerettes, Pas De Chat,
Cheerleader, 9-10.
Honors: A-B Honor
Roll, Tigerettes Best
- Rookie Dancer, Most
Prepared Dancer,
Superior Rating district
competition, FCAT
Writes score 6.
Jennifer Ann Lake
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
(parliamentary procedure
team, poultry judging
team, agriculture issues
team, livestock judging
team, horse judging team,
agriculture
communications team,
secretary) 9-12. Drama
Club, FBLA (reporter),
Beta Club, Student
Government, 9-1.2,'
Freshman Class
Secretary, Sophomore
Class President, Junior
Class Vice-President,


Zh/folowi/ g
seniors are
graduating with
honors, a (IPA of
3.0-3.49.


Student Body
Parliamentarian.
Extra-curricular:
Tigerett'es (captain,
student leader), 9-12, Pas
De Chat dance team,
Band, Emcee for Tiger
Idol, Perky on The Perky
and Flow morning show.
Honors: Young
Womanhood Recognition.
Award, Fourth place
National poultry judging
team, Bronze Medal
national level agriculture
issues, state poultry
championship team
member, state agriculture
issues championship team
member,' first runner-up
Miss Union County High
School, 12, second
runner-up Miss Union
County high School, 11,
Superior ratings at Future
and Masters Association,
9-12, Honor Roll, first
place school science fair,
FFA Leadership Award,
FFA Workhorse Award,
recipient of WUCR
scholarship.
Jessica Nicolo iani \'
Clubs/Office(s);
Cornerstone Choir, 9-11,
Le Chat Noir Music Club
(secretary, vice-
president), 9-11, Drama
Club, 9-12, Student
Government President,
10, FCA (president), 10,
Worldviews Club, 10,
Yearbook staff (layout
designer), 11, Rhetoric
and...Debate Team, 11,
Senior Class Secretary,
Beta Club, 12,
Homecoming Committee,
12, Young Ladies
Ministries (secretary), 12,
Lake City Community
College Choir, 12.
Honors: International
Foreign Language Award
for Latin, 9-10, National
Honor Roll, 9-11,
Character Award for


Treasa Ann Barber


Responsibility, 9,
Honorable Mention state
vocal competition, 9,
Riverland Music
scholarship, 9, National
Association of Teachers
of Signing Convention
second place, 9, Honors
recital in piano, Gold Cup
Female Vocal Solo 9,11,
Superior rating in Female
Vocal Solo Musical
Theatre, Piano Solo and
Piano Duet, 9-11, USAA
National English Merit
Award, 10, Best
Supporting Actress in
The Homecoming, 10,
Who's Who Among
American High School
Students, 11-12,
Leadership Award for
Outstanding Service,
Outstanding Performance
Award in The Importance
'of Being Ernest, Gold
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School, 12, 2006
Prudential Spirit of the
Community Award,
Honor Roll, Perfect
Attendance 10 years
Sunday School, National
Society of High School
Scholars nominee, 12,
Presidents Volunteer
Service Award, 12.
Tamera Roscell Lee
No Information
Available.
William Maurice Lee
No Information
Available.


We are proud of the
graduating class!

A special
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'UC S Class


o 20O06 Timothy Daniel McNeal




"Way to go cCass of 2006"


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Tara Lorraine McQueen









Christopher Jerod Perry


Kayla Lindsey Shadd


Waylon Shane Thonton


Brad William Ward


Rodencia Morran Austin Haliegh Michele Bates


John Henry Whitehead IV Nathan Lee Ashe


Steven M. Baggett Samantha Elizabeth
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HONORS
l; Continued from p. 5


414, i


Tabitha Ashley Roberts


(treasurer), 10-12,
Sophomore Class
Treasurer, Student Body
Treasurer, 11, Student
body President, 12. FJAS
(Trgasurer, Vice-
President, President), 9-
12.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9,11,
Weightlifting, 11-12,
Track and Field, 9-12,
National Poultry Judging
Team, 11, Guys and
Dolls, 12.
Honors: National
Honors Society, 10,
National Honor Roll, 12,
Ninth in state
weightlifting, 11, Eighth
in state weightlifting, 12,
school record 1600M, 12.


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Clubs/Office(s);
FBLA.
Mallory Lane Martin
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12, Spanish Club, 12,
Drama Club, 9, 4-H, 9,
Hearing and Service Dog
of Minn. volunteer, 9.
Extra-curricular:
Volleyball, 9, Junior
Olympic Volleyball, 9,
Cheerleader, 9, Choir, 9,
Women's Ensemble, 9,
Meeker County Fly
Swatters Equestrian
Team, 9, Meeker County
4-H Horse Camp
Volunteer, 9, Danielson
Hustlers 4-H Club, 9,
Luther League, 9 Peace
Pipers II, 9, Union
County Riding Club Jr.
Girl Equestrian Drill
Team, 12, FFA Horse
Evaluation, 9-12,

Congratulations
Seniors






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Vacation Bible School
Teacher, 9-11.
Honors: Outstanding
Volunteer Award, 9,
Meeker County Fly
Swatters High Point
Champion, 9, Union
County Riding Club Jr.
Girls Reserve Champion,
10, A-B Honor Roll, 9-
10, 12, Straight A Honor
Roll, 11, 2005 Union
County Riding Club
Princess, 11-12, Miss
Congeniality Miss Union
County High School
2006, 12, Miss Florida
Gateway Pro Rodeo, 12.
Cameron Kyle Mattox
Clubs/Office(s); FBLA,
10-12, UCHS Newsletter,
12, Spanish Club
(treasurer), 12, Drama
Club (President), 12;
Class Representative, 10
Computer Concepts, 127.


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Extra-curricular: Actor,
My Fair Lady, 10, Wizard
of Oz, 10, A Christmas
Carol, 10, The Prodigal,
11.
Honors: First Place
FBLA regional
competition,. Senior
Superlative Most
intelligent, Mr. FBLA,
12, Second place
Computer applications,
12, Third place
economics, 12.
Amanda Michelle
Mayer
Clubs/Office(s); HOSA,,
12.
Extra-curricular: Band,
9-12, Student Leader,
10,12, Honor Band, 12,
First chair.
Honors: Honor Roll, 9-
12.
Aaron Cain Mayo

Congratulations

Class

of


2006!





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Clubs/Office(s); Beta .
Club, 10-12, FBLA
(treasurer), 11-12, FFA
(parliamentary procedure
team, 1 1- 12
parliamentarian, 10,
secretary, 11, Vice-
President, 12) 9-12,
Student Government
(Vice-President, 9,
secretary, 11),. 9,11,
Interact Club, 12, Prom
Committee, 11,
Homecoming Skit
Committee, 9-12,
Homecoming Float
Committee, 9-12.
Extra-curricular: Prom
Promise Skit, 12,
Cheerleader (captain), 9-
12.
Honors: All-American
Cheerleader, 9-12, Most
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Florida Elite All-Star
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HONORS
Continued from p. 6
Adult Open team, 11,
Bright Futures
Scholarship, National
FFA Scholarship, UCHS
Homecoming Queen, 12,
Senior Superlative Best
Looking.

Steven Michael
McGovern
No Information
Available. ^
Joshua Stephan
McKinney
Clubs/Office(s);
Student Council.
Extra-curricular:
Weightlifting, Basketball.
Timothy Daniel McNeal
No Information
Available. I

Tara Lorraine
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Clubs/Office(s); HOSA
(treasurer, 10, President,




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Extra-curricular: Band,
9-12, Student Leader, 10-
12, Student Council.

Amber Lee Miller
Clubs/Office(s); FFA 9-'
12.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader, 9-12.
Kasey William Nobles
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12, FCA, 9-12, FBLA.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 9-12,
Basketball, 11-12,
Baseball, 9.
Honors: Gainesville
Sun all-area team, 9-11,
FACA all-district tight
end, 10-12, class 2-B all-
state tight-end, 11,
Florida Times Union
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Brendan Jovan Odom
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 9-12.

Willie James Oliver Jr.
Extra-curricular:
Basketball, Football.
Honors: All-state team
football.

Jill Aurelia Peacock
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
(sentinel, parliamentary
procedure team, creed
speaker, delegate national
convention, reporter,
agriculture issues team,
state convention attendee,
agriculture
communications team,
livestock judging team,


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Vanessa Destiny Clemons


Michael Tristen Cochran

President), 9-12,
Freshman Class
President, Homecoming
float Committee, 9-11,
Homecoming Skit
Committee, 9-11, Student
Government 9-12,
Sophomore Class
Secretary, Beta Club
(secretary), 10-12, Junior
Class Treasurer, FBLA
(parliamentary procedure
team, Vice-President,
state ,Aconvention
attendee), 11-12, Prom
Decorating Committee,
1 1, Userhette for
graduation," 11, Spanish
Club, 12.
Extra-'curricular:
Cheerleader, 9-12, Master
of Ceremonies for Miss
Union County High
pageant, 10, Florida
Cheer team participant,
10, Dual Enrollment, 1,1-
12, Miss Union County
High contestant, '11-12,


Sarai Rebecca Crawford












Amanda Rae Crews

Flow on the Perky and
Flow morning radio
show, Pas De Chat dance
team, Master of
Ceremonies for Tiger
Idol,
Honors: FFA Most
outstanding member 9,,
FFA Greenhand Degree,
9, FFA Creed Speaking
first .place, 9, Most
Improved Cheerleader, 9,
All "A" Honor Roll, 9-12,
Regional Scripture
Mastery Champion, 9-10,
School Science Fair first
place, 9, FFA chapter
degree, 10, Most Spirited
cheerleader, 10, Who's
Who Among American
High School Students,
10-12, Perfect score
FCAT Writes, 10, Best
Attitude girl's camp, 10,
School Science Fair
second place, School
Science Fair third place,
11,. Best Swimsuit Miss
Union County High, 11,
Highest Acad'emic
- Achievement MissnL.IQniQ.
County High. If1. Senior.
Superlatives; Most
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Succeed, Best All
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Johnathan Eric Davis


Jared Bruce Ellis


Catherine Renee Gray


Gerard Jamar Hendrieth


Tiffany Holmes


Cody MacKenzie Douglas


Garrett Ellington


HONORS
Continued from p. 7
Christopher Jerod
Perry
No Information
Available.


Jared Charles Everett
Brett Thomas Pittman
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
(Agriculture Mechanics),
9-12, JROTC (Honor
guard, 10-12,
Drill/Ceremonies team, 9-
12, Rifle team, 10-11,
Color guard, 10-12, 21
gun, 10-12, Military
police, 9-10), 9-12, CIA,
10-12.
Extra-curricular:
showing hog at fair,
Youth Leadership
Summit, 10.
Honors: FFA Discovery
Degree, 9 FFA
Greenhand Degree, 10,
FFA Chapter Degree, 11,
Sons of the American
Revolution Bronze
Medal, 10, National
Sojourners Award, 11,
U.S. Army Recruiting
Command Award, 12,
UCHS Citizenwship
Award, 9.

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Ryan Gemelli
Kari Danielle Pittman
Interact Club
(secretary), 11-12, FFA,
9-12, Beta Club, 10,
Spanish club, 12, Tiger,
Florists, 12.
Extra-curricular: Band,
9-12 Student leader, 10-
12, Honor Band,. 10-42,
tennis, 10-12.
Honors: Spanish
competition first place
reading; second place
writing, State History fair
participant, 11.
Shana Michelle Raber
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
(Vegetable Judging team,
9-10), 9-12, FBLA
(Business Law team,
10,12 computer
applications team, 9), 9-
12.
Extra-curricular:
Chorus, 9.
Honors: Who's Who
Among American High
School Students, 9-10,


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Darin Wayne Hendricks
Junior Friends of Library,
9, Poetry.comrn
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Mary Amanda Rainey
No Information
Available.
Eric Lawrence
Rathman
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9, Spanish Club, 12.
Extra-curricular:
Homecoming skit and
.float participant, 12.
Honors: Honor Roll, 9-
12, Special award from
English teacher, 10.
Frankie E. Ray
Clubs/Office(s); Drama
Club.
Extra-curricular:
Weightlifting team.
Cory Alan Reddish
Clubs/Office(s); FFA.
Holly Kendall Reed


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Stephen Louis Heslar
Clubs/Office(s); FFA, 9-
12, FBLA
(parliamentary
procedure team, 12),
11-12, Beta Club
(President, 12) 10-12,
Spanish Club,
Champions Club, 12.
Extra-curricular:
Cheerleader (captain), 9-
12.
Honors: Scholar
Athlete, 12, Senior
Superlative best Dressed,
12, All-American
Cheerleader, 9-12,
Parliamentary Procedure
team fourth in state,.
Sara Michelle
Richardson
Clubs/Office(s);.
Yearbook staff (co-editor)
9-12, HOSA, 10-12,
SADD (President), 11,
Interact Club, Beta Club.
Honors: Honor Roll,
Who's Who Among
American High School
Students, National


EDUCATION!
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Graduates have been
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GRADS.

TOWNOF RAIFORD
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J.D. Griffis, Mayor
Michael Dobbs, Pres.
Ty Jordan, V. Pres.
Mary Ann Whitten
Joyce Norman
Betty Knight
Linda Jordan, Town Clerk
Terence Brown, Atty.


Cory Emerson Howell -:
Academic Scholar, Senior
Superlative Most
Dependable.
Tabitha Ashley Roberts
Student Government
(reporter), 9-12, Drama
Club, FFA (Agricultural
Issues team, 11), CIA,
FCA.
Extra-curricular:
Volleyball, Guys and
Dolls, Le Chat De Noir
Music team.
Honors: Senioir
Superlative Most
Talented, Best Actress
Guys and Dolls, Take
Stock in Children
scholarship.
Joao Victor Rodrigues
No Informat*on
Available.
Malloree Linzy Roney
Clubs/Office(s); Drama
Club, 9-12.
See HONORS, p. 9

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Michelle Nicole Kirby


Kristin Lorraine Jones


Christina Rena
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HONORS
Continued from p. 8

0ory Michael Rozar
Clubs/Offie); FBLA.
Erica Nicole Rozar
I No Information
j available,
C'harles Lee Rushing
SNo Information
A available.
S kustin Lake Sapp
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
FCA. '
SExtra-curricular: Golf
eam.
4ohn AndrewSapp
C: lubs/Office(s): FFA.
Extra-curricular:
football, 10-11, -
SH honor s FFA
Workhorse Award.
: ayia Lindsey Shadd
SIlubs/Office(s): FFA,
R-IOSA.
SHonors; A-B Honor
Roll, 9, 11.
'.. ;, .,


Whitney Lynn
Shannon
Clubs/Office(s); FBLA,
Spanish Club, Drama
Club, Beta Club, TSA.
Extra-curricular:.
Tigerettes (captain,
student leader), 9-12,
Symphonic Band, Pas De
Chat.
Honors: Superior rating
pas De Chat district
competition, Miss FBLA,
A-B 'Honor Roll, A
Honor Roll, Young
Women's Recognition
Award, Senio'r
Superlative Most
-Expressive dancer Pas De
Chat, Most Exceptional
dancer Pas De Chat, Best
Character Costume The
Lion King.
Adam Charles Smith
Clubs/Office(s); FBLA.
Honors: A-B Honor
Roll.


CawgratlatioNs,
n you ,a eutoi ".

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Clifford Spiller Jr.
Clubs/Office(s); Black
History Club, 9-12, FFA,
9,11-12.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 9-12,
Basketball, 9-12, Track
and Field, 9-12.
Honors: Senior
Superlative Most
Athletic, Football district
2-B Player of the Year,
11-12, Subway Player of
the Week, 12, FCA
Player of the Year, 12,
Gainesville Sun Player of
the Year, 10-12, All-
American Bowl.
participant, 12, Florida vs
California All-Star Game
participant, Clarence
Brown Award, 9, Iron
Man Award, 10-11, Gold
Medal State Champion
100M and 200M, 12,
Track State runner-up,
11, Football stale runner-
up, 10, Basketball district




A JACKSON
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SUPPLY
Our hearts' desire
for the seniors
of 2006 Is that
they would ...
"'rust in the Lord
with allthine heart;
and lan not untold
thine own
understanding.
In althy ways
acknowledge '9im,
andtf9e shalldirect
thy pats." 5,
Proverbs 3; 5,6


-
Steven Michael McGovern
championship team, 12,
Beef O'Brady's Player of
the Week, Scholar
Athlete of the Week.
Miles Lee Stidham
Clubs/!Office(s); FFA,
9-12.
Extra-curricular:
Football, 11-12,
Weightlifting, 11.
Kerri Lee Stoddard /
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-10.
Honors: Overall Essay
Winner Red Ribbon
Week,. 12.
Storm Amanda Thomas
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Darren Austiin
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Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12.
Joseph Stephen Trowell
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
9-12.
Justin Shane Tyler
Clubs/Office(s);
Yearbook staff (editor,
11-12, layout designer,
12, photographer. 11-12),
11-12, Drama Club. 9-.
10,12, Media Center
Student assistant. 12,
FFA, 9-12, Pen and Quill.
11-12.
Extra-curricular:.
Homecoming Committee,
9-12, Cinderella, 9, My
Fair Lady, 10, Scrooge: A
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Union County High

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School stage manager,
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Guys and Dolls, 12.
Honors: Homecoming
King nominee, Senior
Superlative nominee for
Most School Spirit, Most
Talented, Best Dressed,
.Most Likely to Succeed,
I12; Prom King nominee,
12, Yearbook Excellence
Award.
Brad William Ward
No Information
Available.
SRichard Michael-
Wayne Westfall
Clubs/Office(s); FBLA,
10-11. FFA, 9-10.
Extra-curricular: Golf
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Weightlifting, 11-12.'


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HONORS
Continued from p. 9

John Henry Whitehead
IV
Clubs/Office(s); FFA
(Livestock judging team,
9, Vegetable judging
team, 9) 9-12, Beta Club,
S 1 0- 1 2, Interact
(secretary), 11-12.
Extra-curricular:
Baseball, 9-11, Golf
team, 9-12.
0 s w a d Thomas
Williams
Clubs/Office(s); Black
History Club, 10-11.
Silas Clinton Wilson
Honors: Miss Ugly
winner, 12.
Lakisha Sharelle Witter
Clubs/Office(s); HOSA
(secretary, reporter),
Interact Club (secretary),
Black History Club,
JROTC (staff sergeant,
Drill Team).
Extra-curricular:
Basketball, Dual
Enrollment, volunteer at
Union County Public
Library.
Honors: Basketball
Scholar Award, Iron
Tiger Award Basketball,
State Brain-Bowl team
S participant, National
S Honors Society, Who's
Who Among American
High School Students,
Educational Talent
Search member.
Allison Hope Young
Clubs/Office(s); FFA,
12, Drama Club, 10-12.
Extra-curricular: Band.

CCass 'Motto:
"You are never
yiven a wish
without the power
to make it come
true."


Class Tlower:,
W-biscus


.Cass Colors:
Pury le andiBlack


Class Song:
"Mices 'Aart"
Yellowcard


Mafry Amanda Rainey


Frankie E. Ray


Evette Sherrell Roberts


Malloree Linzy Roney

Class of.

2006

Congratulations
from all of us
at
Southern
Professional
Title ServicesINC


LAKE BUTLER
386-496-0089

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904-964-6872
E-mail
southemprofessionaltitle@alltel.net


Cory Michael Rozar


Erica Nicole Rozar


Austin Lake Sapp


Miles Lee Stidham


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ATS!


Douglass
Equipment
&Truck Sales
Hwy. 121
Lake Butler
496-3004


Keri Lee Stoddard


Justin Shane Tyler Oswad Thomas Williams


Storm Amanda Thomas Richard Michael Westfall


Darren Austin Tomlinson


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Joseph Stephen Trowell





RAUATES


Class of 2006
Sincere best wishes...
and thanks to all of you
for your patronage.
from ...
Red, Kenneth,
Curtis & Family

Clyatt Well Drilling
P.O. Box 180
Worthington Springs, FL 32697
496-2488


Allison Hope Young


graduates not pictured:

Dana Oicok 'Bacon

Justin 'Kenneth q-igginbotham

Danie CNathan qngersol5

T'amera 'Rosecet Lee

Joao Victor 'Pinto 'Rodrigues


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3 Class Of


BUTLER EQUIPMENT
TOWNHOmES S.R.121
LLC Lake Butler
386-496-1969 [1/2 mileN.ofHardee's
770 E. Main St. 496-2651
Lake Butler


Class of


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2006 fuduatin _Ga











paw ete Cif,', futus!

Brantley Crawford, Mayor
Jimmy Beasley, Vice Mayor
LeRoy Stalvey, Commissioner
Lynn C. Bishop, Commissioner
Fletcher Myers, Commissioner
Richard 0, Tillis, City Manager
John E. Maines IV, City Attorney
City of.Lake Butler


ON DIPLOMA
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Sen on Comeunt e Cme

125 E. Main Street, Lake Butler, FL 32054


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