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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida Thursday, May 18, 2006


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Burn ban remains

despite rain


BY JAMES REDMOND
-Times Staff Writer
Though the county has
received more than one inch of
rain in the past week, officials
from the Office of Emergency
Management have decided to
leave a burn ban, put into
effect May 8, in place.
"While we have received
precipitation, the wind and
lower humidity we are forecast
to receive in the next couple of
days will, once again, use up.
what rainfall the county has
received," York said. "This,
coupled with the fact that there
is a significant amount of dead
vegetation on the ground, has
lead us to keep the ban in
place."
York said officials, from.
both his office and Division of
Forestry, are worried that the
debris left by the last two
hurricane seasons will only
add fuel to any fire that might


Deputy Ken Smith (middle) looks down as his son, Ridge (right), looks back toward -
him. Both are smiling because Ken Smith was presented with the Police Hall of Fame
Silver Star Award for Bravery by Union County Sheriff Jerry Whitehead (left). Smith
received the award after pulling fellow Deputy Eddie Lee to safety-after a Jan. 14
accident. Smith was chasing a suspect-that ran into Lee. The ensuing accident
caused a large fire that lee would not have been able to escape from without Smith's
help. The presentation was made on May 9, during the annual Union/ Bradford Law
Enforcement Memorial Ceremony. For more about the award and ceremony, see
page lB._


start. He said he wants to make
sure residents, and their
property, can be protected in
any way possible.
To remind residents of the
restrictions of the ban,
resolution 06-01 declares a
local state of emergency 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 barbecue or cooking
equipment. The burning of
lawn debris or any type of
open burning is. prohibited.
This includes the burning of
trash in barrels.
York said the ban could be
See BURN, p. 2A


Third grade FCAT

scores announced

BY JAMES REDMOND administrators pause, they
Times Staff Writer were pleased to learn 42
percent of the students scored a
The spring 2006 Florida four. This is up from the 34
Comprehensive Assessment -percent of 2005. Students
Test scores for third grade scoring a five remained at 5
have arrived and'teachers and percent.
staff of the Union County On the math portion. Of the
School District are jumping for test, 85 percent of the third-
Sjoy. grade students got a three or
"Our third-graders have higher. This matches third-
done it again," said graders from 2005. While the
Superintendent Carlton Faulk. same percentage of students
"They have out performed the passed, the mean score rose. In
majority of their peers in every 2005, the district's mean score
area." was 339. In 2006, that score
--Test scores show .that 82 rose to 346.
percent of third grade students Breaking down- the scores.
at Lake Butler Elementary. 29' percent of third-graders
School scored a three-or higher\ scored a three on the test. This
on the reading portion of the was down from 36 percent in
FCAT test. This is up from just 2005. But where the district
--"5 percent in 2005. The mean lost, it also gained. The
score for Ihe dstfrict-was 32.3 --percentage of students scoring
This is up from 315 in 2005. a four wasi-37 percent-,-.a-two-.
According to ,the state point increase over 2005. Real
numbers, 35 percent of Union gains were made in the number
County third-graders scored a of students scoring a five. The
- three on the test. Last year that
percentage was 36. While this See FCAT, p. 8A
might give some


Union County FCAT Writes scores above state average


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
The Florida Department of
Education recently released the
scores of,the writing portion of
the Florida Comprehensive
Assessment Test and the
Union County Schools are
once again among some of the.
top in the state.
Fourth-grade students in the
district outperformed the ,state,
average bN 0.2. The students
4.1 combined average left
them among the top 410
counties in the state. Bradford
Count\ fourth-graders matched
the state average with a 3.9.
Eighth-grade students
outperformed state a% erages as
well. Their 4.1 combined
average help them top the state
average by one-tenth of a
point. The, only other school
district in the area that matched
Union's total '%as Alachua
County. Bradford was 0.5
under Union's at 3.6. '
Union County's 10-graders
were also up to the task. Their
combined average of 4.0 left
them one-tenth of a point
above the state; average.
Alachua County students
matched the score, while
Gilchrist County had the
highest scores in the area at
4.3.


"The students of Union
County have risen to the*
occasion once again," said
Superintendent Carlton Faulk
"This writing test is not easy.
and requires great skill and
concentration to accomplish."
During the'test, students in
each grade level are given
specific writing instructions.
The instructions are given in
two parts.
"First !ou are given the type
of. paper you are to \rite,"
Faulk said. "Second, you are.
given a prompt or -topic to
write about for your paper. The
instruction states that you write
either an: expository, narrative,
or persuasive paper."
In fourth grade, the students
were asked to %%rite either an
expository or narrative paper.
"If I was given expository
for my type, I was asked to
choose something fun to do
outside and explain what
makes thai activity fun," Faulk
said. "If I was asked to write a
narrative paper .1 was
instructed to write a story
about a time an animal does
something smart."
In eighth grade, students
were asked to write either
expository or persuasive

See WRITES, p. 3A


COUNTY Grade 4 Grade 8 GradelO1

Alachua 4.0 4.1 4.0

Baker 3.6 3.8 3.9

Bradford 3.9 3.6. 3.4

Clay 4.0 .4.0 3.9

Columbia 3.7 3,6 3.7'

Dixie 3.9 ,3.9 3.7

Gilchrist 4.0 3.7 4.3

Hamilton 4.2 3.4 3.3

Lafayette 3.7 3.9 3.6

Levy 3.5 3.9 3.6

Putnam 3.9 3.8 3.5

Suwannee 3.8 3.9 3.5

Union 4.1 4.1 4.0

State 3.9 4.0 3.9


The chart above shows the scores from UWion County as well as many of the-
surrounding counties. All three grade levels came in above the state average.


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 Community 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 I at the
Raiford Community Center.
For more information, call
(386) 496-4300.


Historical
Society has
guest speaker
The Union County
Historical Society will have
its regular monthly meeting
on Monday, May 29,
beginning at 7 p.m. The
meeting will take place at
the Marjorie Driggers.
Museum located inside the
To%% nsend Building on
Main St. in Lake Butler..
Vietnam veteran Charlie
Thornton will be the groups
special guest speaker. For
more information, call (386)
496-3044.

Landowner
owner
workshop
planned
The Florida Division of
Forestry has a workshop
entilted "A Managed Forest
is a Healthy Forest"planned
for Thursday, May 18, from
5:30-9 p.m. at the New
River Forestry Station
located on S.R. 100 between
Starke and Lake Butler. The
workshop \ ill focus on how
to keep forest land
managed. For more
information, call Jay tucker
at (386) 496-2190.

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.

.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. Call St., Starke).
Phone 386-496-2261
or call 904-964-6305 in
Starke.


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BURN
Continued from p. 1A

S lifted after just a short time,
but forecasts he's seen don't
make that a very good
possibility.
"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.
"Forecasters are predicting a
dry mohth in May and June.
The forecast suggests that until
the end of June the area may
not see much rain at all. This
tells me the ban will be in
place for the next few
months."
According to officials from
the National Weather Service,
the area is not forecast to get
the significant amount of rain
needed to lift the burn ban any
time soon. According to. the
..... agency's Web site, a weather
pattern known as La Nina is
holding a high pressure ridge
over the area. The ridge will
not allow conditions to become
favorable for any type of
precipitation.
York said his agency is also
hoping not to see any fires like
the ones south of the region.
"The conditions that sparked
fires in Volusia, Brevard and
Putnam Counties are similar to
the conditions we are
experiencing right now," York
said. "A stray spark from a fire
or someone throwing their lit
cigarette out a car window
would easily put us in the same
place."
The DOF uses the Keetch-
Byram Drought Index scale to
measure the amount of
moisture in a particular region.
The index runs from 0, which
means the ground is flooded,
all the way to 800, which
means there is no moisture in
the ground. As of May 16,
Union County's average on the
index was 452. This average
leaves the county on the high
side of the moderate scale.
While the average is
moderate,' DOF officials want
residents to understand it is an
average.,
"There are certain parts of
S the county that are just points
a%%a\ from the -60'0 .ark;"& said
Union County .Senior Forest
Ranger "Buddy l'foughton.
"That means the potential for
'fires in those areas/is even
greater. We're asking everyone
to be mindful of the conditions
and take precautions to prevent
fires."
According to DOF's Web
site, 2,516 fires have burned
more than 103,976 acres in the
state in 2.006.
'-'* If you have questions about
the ban, you can contact OEM
'at (386) 496-4300.


* SREC has
alternate meal
site for
seniors
The Suwannee River.
Economic Council has an
alternative congregate meal
site for seniors 60 and older.,
On Tuesday and
Thursday, from 10:30 a.m.-
12:30 p.m., seniors can
come to the Worthington
Springs First United
MethodistChurch to enjoy
free food, music and a s.ing-
along. For more
information, contact SREC
't (386). 496-2342.'.

'5
f.


Energy

Tropicana speech winners announced assistanow
funds are now


The winners of the 2006
Tropicana speech writing
contest were recently
announced. Earning the
overall grand prize was
Kelsey Harrison from
Lake Butler Middle
School. He speech
entitled "I want to be 10
again" earned her the
honor. Harrison is
stranger to the spotlight.
Last year she won the
contest with her speech
entitled "Teacher's Pet"
Mrs. Martin, Harrison's
language arts teacher
said that the competition
was based on content and
presentation. Martin also
noted it satisfies more
than 20 of the Sunshine
Sate Standards and helps
build confidence in
children. "I am proud of
all of them," Martin said.


SFCC shootout
this Saturday
The second,iWtft Santa Fe
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be held Saturday, May-20, to-
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Entry fees are $80 for
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BB'Q lunch.. Hurley's -rents
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Register now or during sign-
up on the day of the event.
Prizes will be given to the top
three individuals and top three
teams and include gift
certificates from Bass Pro
Shop, 'Pickett Weaponry of
Newberry, and clay pigeon.
course packages.
The Collegiate Veterans
Society was established in
1999 and is dedicated to the
preservation of veteran-
students' benefits, and to the
acknowledgment of the
sacrifices made by the men and
vomen of the U.S. Armed
Forces. The society proudly
holds- aloft the torch of
patriotism while striving for a
higher standard of education.
For more information about
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Kelsey Harrison, first
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Taylor Cross. Cross'
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WRITES
Continued from p. 1A

papers. If the paper type was
an expository, students were
asked to choose something
from nature they like and
explain why they like it. If
students' papers were
persuasive, they were asked to
persuade the principal whether
students should work in groups
to do all their school work.
At the 10'h-grade level,
students were to write either an
expository or persuasive paper.
The instructions for expository
were to explain what changes
they would make in a
classroom to make it more.
comfortable. The instruction
for persuasive were to
persuade a state legislator
whether the voting age should
be lowered from 18 to 16.
"As you can see, mastering
the instructions given at any
level would not be an easy
task," Faulk said. "Not only
did our students perform well,
but they also performed with
excellence."
Faulk gave credit for the
high scores to the teachers and
students of the district.
"Our teachers are teaching,
and our students are learning
and applying that knowledge,"
Faulk said. "Please take every
opportunity to thank the
teachers and students for all of
their hard work. We have
much to be grateful for and
proud of here in Union
County."
As if the tests weren't
stressful enough, a requirement
has been changed for
graduation from high school.
That requirement now states
that a student must score 3.5 or
above in writing to show
mastery for this skill for
graduation. Prior to this year
the score was 3.0.
"As you can see,
requirements placed on our
students are becoming
increasingly, difficultt" Faulk
said.
The district fell short of the
state 'average in only one
category: While 74 percent of
the 10-graders in Union
County scored a 3.5 or higher
on the test, the state average
was 78 percent. It also a
decrease from last year's 86
percent. The other two grade
levels faired much better.
Ninty -one percent of Union
County's fourth-graders got a
3.5 or higher. This beat the
state average by 15 percent. It
also beat last year's average by
10 percent.
Eighth-graders got above the
state average by 1 percent.
Their 82 percent is exact
percentage of students that got
3.5 or better in 2005. Last
year's score beat the state
'average as well. ,
Statewide, fourth-and
eight!t-grade students passed
the test by a larer percentage.
than last year. Up two points
from last year, the fourth-
graders 76 percent far exceeds
the 34 percent it was at in
1999.
Eighth-grade students made
an even larger gain. Last year's
76 percent made a jump of
seven points to 83 percent.
This compared to a 51 percent
mark in 1999.
Tenth-graders did not fare so
well. The group slipped one


point to 78 percent this year.
Though it is a slight step
backwards, it is a dramatic
improvement over the 60
percent they received in 1999.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-226/l or
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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. 1Is Street in Lake
Butler For more
information, call (386) 496-
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LEGALS
TAX DEED #63-2006-TD-0003
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 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 point 50 feet
East of the Northwest corner of SW 1/4
of SW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 6


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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.
4/274tchg.5/18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO. 63-2006-CP-0017
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ROBIN EARL CROFT,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Robin Earl Croft, deceased, whose
date of death was March 7, 2006, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 55 West Main
Street, Union County' Courthouse
Room 103, Lake Butler, FL 32054.
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representatives and the
Personal Representatives'. 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 WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE '(3) MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME 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 person"having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court.
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SETFORTH ABOVE ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO t2) YEARS OR
...MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publication of this
Notice is May 18,2006.
Personal Representatives:
R. Daren Croft ,
P.O. Box 136
Suwannee,.FL 32692
Angela Harrison
P.O. Box203
Suwannee. FL 32692
Attorney for Personai Representative:
Russell A Wade III1
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade, III, P.A.
410 West Man Streel Suite B
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-9656
5/18 2ichg 5'25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY,FLORIDA,
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO 63-2006-CP-0019
IN RE: ESTATE OF
HENRY BUTLER FOERMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate ot
Butler Henry Foerman, deceased,
whose date of death was March 23,
2006, is pending in the Circuit Court
for Union County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which is 55
West Main Street,Union County
Courthouse Room 103, 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


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715 WEST MAIN STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 "'
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Fax (386) 496-0711
THE UNION COUNTY HOUSING rlt
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REGULAR SCHEDULED '
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MEETING FOR MAY IS
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2006, AT THE TEMPORARY'-
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On May 10, Union County Judge David Reiman (right) was the first candidate in
Union County to qualify to seek public office. In the picture above Supervisor of
Elections, Iarbara "Babs" Montpetit (left) has Reiman give the oath of qualifying:
candidates. Pictured also are Deputy Supervisor of Elections Debbie Osborne
(second form light) and ieiman's wife, Jaime (second from right).


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demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this Notice is
required to be served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE (3) MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON,
THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS.
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST;!
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME '
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY //
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR ;;
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S .
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this i)
Notice is May 18, 2006.
Personal Representative: r
Melissa R. Foerman
5079 SWSR 121
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Personal Representative:; i
Russell A. Wade III ,
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
410 West Main Street, Suite B r'
Lake Butler, FL 32054 r!
(386) 496-9656 ,.
5/182tchg5/25,p
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE'
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN .
AND FOR UNION COUNTY, .
FLORIDA I
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CP-15
PROBATE DIVISION o
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF n
ELEANOR P. HIDDEN, 01
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ELEANOR F. HIDDEN, deceased )d
File Number. 63-2005-CP-15, is d,
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 55 West Main
Sneet, Room 103, Lake Butler FL ;i
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 sio
persons having claims or demands ji-
against decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice 10
is served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 .3
,MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE. OR 30 DAYS '
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE iT
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON rn
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and '
other persons having claims or m
demands against decedent's estate, dri
including unmatured. contingent or :ij
unliquidated claims, must file their ni
claims with mtis court WITHIN3" .
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF :!1
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF)i?
THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL ,
BE FOREVER BARRED.-
The date of first publication of this ',
Notice is May 18, 2006. ,
Co-Personal Representatives
Wilson Whidden
Edward Myers Turner.
Attorney for Personal Representative *
SAMUEL A MUTCH. PA Ai.
Florida Bar No 947342 "
Sabina Tomshinsky ."
Florida Bar No: 0012188
2114 N.W 40th Terrace, SuiteA-1i
I Gainesvrile FL 32605 '8
(352) 378-5599 8phonel ,
S'(352) 378-3388 (faxi
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Page 4A UNION COUNTY TIMES May 18, 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
36-04-18-00-000-0025--0
9.00 AC 01100801'0662
REAR CHARI.ES F
RR 12 IIOX 227
LAKE CITY. FL 32055-8823
COM @ NW COR NEI/4 OF
SEI/4 FOR PO1 TH E 375
FT. TH S 415FT. TH E 645
F'I TH S 232 FT, TH W
(ADD)'I IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.L)
2 R0011500 HX $105.66
02-05-18-78-000-0030-0
5.02 AC OB019P1(0531 -
WILKE.ROON CHRISTINE H
RR 3 BOX 137
I.AKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 3 FOX RUN SUBDIVISION
3 R0012700 HX $443.06
03-05-18-00-000-0060-0
40.00 AC 0110161 P0085
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 BOX 138
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
E1/2 OF WI/2 OF SE1/4
4 R0013500 $94.11
09-05-18.00.000-0020-A
62.50 AC
I) GREENFIEI.D LANDS INC
C/O MILrTON I. BROWN
l'O BOX 8011
MOBIE. AI. 36689
25% OF OGM N1/2 SE 1/4.
SI/2 OF NE1/4. SI/2 OF
SI/2 OF NEI/4 OF
NEI/4NWI/4 OF NWI/4. SI/2 .
OF NWI/4 & NI/2 OF SWI/4;
5 R0015700 HX $1916.03
10-05-18-00-000-0080-0
98.02 AC OI0095P0234
CROFT I)ELBERT.IR & SHERRY
RR 3 BOX 143-A
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
SI/2 OF NWI/4 & AI.L THAT
PART OF SI/2 OF NEI/4 OF
NW 1/4 .YING S OFR/W OF
RD THAT RUNS E FROM SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI..)
6 R0017100 HX $157.38
11-05.18-00-000-0072-0
11.50AC OB0124P0271
COTHRAN VERNON A & LINDA
RR 3 BOX 129
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
COM @ NW COR SE 1/4, TH SE
ALNGGRD RD 1819.59 FT. TH
NE AI.NG RD 1666.68 FT, TH
N 198.67 FT.TH W 1396.56
(ADD'I. .LEGAI. SEE TAXROI.IL)
7 R0018400 $65.87
12-05-18-00-000-0027-0
12.02 AC OB0057P0287
WILLIAMS BARABARA LE
WILLIAMS KENNY
RR 3 BOX 124
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
THE WEST 475 FT OF EAST
950 FTOF SWI/4 OF NE /4.
SEC 12-5-18(ORB 578. P
287)
8 R0018500 $1309.28
2405-18-00.000-003(C-0-
85.46 AC OB0218P0533
PHEL.PS JOCK & MEAGAN S
3566 N W BROWN RAODI)
LAKE CITY. FL 32055
N01/4 (IF SAW/)4 F OF CO
(.RD RD WH1N1-9OF:4.1/4
TH S217.24 FT 01- SW 1/4 IF
NEI/4 &S $,74.1T OF .,,
(ADD' I. IEGATSE iTAXROI.)1
9 R0026000 HX $282.71
25-05-18-00-000-0020-0
I.00AC OB0071P0691
LUKATZ ROBERT E JR
RR 5 BOX 4148,
LAKE BUTLER. FI.
32054-9802
COM AT I/S OF C/L OF
SR-239 & N/LI OF SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 & TH RUN E 210 FT
TH S 210 FT TH W 210 FT
(ADD'I I 1-.GAI SEE TAXROII,)
"--10 0027100 HX $155.08
26-05-1800-000-00.0030-0
10.00 AC OB0041P0196
NETTLES THOMAS 1)
RT 5 BOX 4180
IAKI Bl1TI.ER. FIl.
32054-9631
THE -: -.538 FT OF THE NE:
1/4 OF NW 1/4 EXC THE S
525 FT THEREOF,
II R0028100 $109.16
27-05-18-00-000-0021-0
20.00 AC OB0078P0602
MECUSKER DAVID) C & PATRIC
RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
SI/2 SWI/4 OF SEI/4.
12 R0028900 5447.56
28-05-18-00-000-0030-C
413.33 AC
"GUTHREIAK ,
611 MAIN ST
BIG SPRING. OK 78720
2/3 INT N/2 OF SWI/4 OF
SWI/4& 1/3 INT IN NEI/4
SEC ;29i; .",.

13 R0031000 $146.50
30-05-18-00-000.0010-0
80.00 AC OB0216P0116
BRANAGAN-BIRIAN J J.R &
BRANAGAN KEVIN M & SUTTON
2808 SANDERS DRIVE
TAMPA. Fl. 33611
-. 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF SEC 30.
(ORB 195 P 6661
(SEC30-05-18)

14 R0034200 $1265.09
31-05-18-00-000-010840
1.65 AC 0110199P0572
ANDREWS .I.:1-ERY I. & KIMBI.
RR 31BOX 216 It
I.AKE BUTI.EI:R. FI.
.32054-9709
BEG @ SW CORN SEI/4 SEI/4
& RUN E 120 YIS. TH RUN N
157.5 YDS. TH RUN W 120
YDS. IH RUN S 157.5 1 DS
(AI)D)'I.I.EGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.
15 R0037800 HX $251.80
32-05-18-00.000-0143.-0
1.00 AC 0110134P0023
I.ANSFO)RI) RIAN GRAHAM
RR3IBO(X I86-N
I.AKE BUTIER. FI. 32054
BF.GIN NW (COR SWI/4 SEC
32. TH S 686.55 FT TI)
PO: rH S 307.50 fr TO NW
COR SUMMERNS 1-ST. TH E 50
tADD'..I1.G4AI.SFE T.AXROI.I.
16 R0040500 $1719.90
S34-05-18-00.000.0033-.0
10.70 AC OB0056P0409
HOI.1IS DAVII, I. ,
RR 5 BOX 4243
I.AKE Bl'TI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM NW COR SWI/4 OF NW1/4
.EC 34. TH E 661.52 FT TO
P'OB; TH E 688.22 FT. TH S
603.76 1TTH W 156.82 LI.
IADI)D'I. I.EG(;AI.S. TAXROI.I.)
17 R0040800 HX $717.53
.4-05-18-00-000.0036-0
2.30 AC OB0190P0327
BRANNEN ADIAM. TENNII.I.E. F
9341 NW 61ST AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF SEI/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN N00"35'09'"W,
AI.NG E L.N THEREOF, 342.68
..FLT)-POEll.-588*12'04"W, -
1 ADD'I I.FGAI. NESI:E: TAXROI.I.


18 R005900 $95.31
06406-18-00-000-0025-0


1.03 AC OB0217P0157
MURDIE KIMB.ERLY
2811 NEW I.EICESTER HWY
LEICESTER. Fl, 28748-5182
COM @ SW COR OF NEI/4 OF
SEI/4& RUN W'I.Y, 112.89
FT TO INT WITH E R/W OF
CR 245; N'IY. ALNG E R/W.
(ADD',L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
19 R0054400 $834.13
06-06-18-00-000-0200-0
2.00 AC OB0203P0679
TOWNSEND CHARLES W
&IINI)A
12317 MILLHOPPER RI)
GAINESVILLE. AL 32653
COM @ NE COR OF LANI)
CONVEYED TO I)EWITT C
CIYATT IN ORBt 15 PG 304
FOR POB: TH
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.)
20 R0056700 $1086.91
06-06-18-00-000-0310-0
5.00 AC OB0146P0240
BIVINS DALE & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 I)
IAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9622
COM AT NW COR & RUN E
2814 2/3 FT TH S 139 FI
TO POB TH RUN S 643 FT E
335 1/3 FT N 643 FT W 335
(AI)D', LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)
21 R0057600 $611.54
06-06-18-00-000.0380-0
35 AC 0110185P0358
BIVINS DALE F & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 1)
IAKE BUTLER, FIL
32054-9622
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 6 &
RUN EAST 2814 2/3 FT TO
POB; EAST 111 FT; SOUTH
139 FT; WEST IIIFT; NORTH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE "TAXROLL)
22 R0057700 $331.83
06-06-18-00-000-0390-0
.05 AC OB0201P0245
BIVINS DALE F
RR 3 BOX 238
IAKE BUTLER, FL,
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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
23 R0057900 $1432.74
06-06-18-00-000-0410-0
3.37AC OB0194P0688
LASSET)JR JOHN W JR & BEVE
RR3 BOX 2411)
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. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
24 R0059700 HX $274.21
06-06-18-81-00C-0040-0
.50 AC 0110157P0072
BEASLEY ANTHONY G
RR 3 BOX 254-4C
VILLAGE DR
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4 BLK C PROVIDENCE
VII I.A(.. l'I.AT IO()KK 2/12
25 R0060200 $440.6 ""
06-06-18-8ii2'A-m020W0' I"-
1.01 AC 902141 09 '"'
BOWEN KENNETH M
519 SW DUCKETT COURT
LAKE CITY. FL 32024
LOT 2, BLOCK A. PHASE II
OF PROVIDENCE VILLAGE AS
PER PLATBOOK 2 PAGE 17
26 R0060500 HX $780.05
06-06-18-81-02A-0050-0
1.03 AC OB0199P0062
PADGETT LYNDA C
RR 3 BOX 254-14C
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
(LOT 5AA) LOT 5 IBLK A
PHASE IIPROVIDENCE
VILLAGE SUB. (ORB 199 P
'62) (06-06-81)
27, R0063700 $1911.99
06-06-18-81-02B11-0260.0
5.02 AC B002101P0270
WILLIS NAOMI A
336 SE CEDAR LOOP
LAKE CITY. FI, 32025
LOT 26, PHASE II BLOCK B
OF PROVIDENCE VILLAGE AS
RECORDEDIN PIAT BK 2 PG
17.

28 R0065900 HX $2866.11
07-06-18-00-000-0012-0
46.72 AC OB0166P0503
THOMAS CLAUDE I.
RR 3 BOX 281
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
A PARCEL LOCATED IN THE
NEI/4 AS DFSC IN OR 97
PAGE 176;
29 R006630 0 HX $1158.36
07-06-18-00.000.0021-0
1.00 AC OB0165P0001
JONES WILLIAMI JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM @ SW COR OF LOT 5 OF
HILLSOF PROVIDENCE; FAST
175.79 FT;SOUTH, 238.08
FT TO N R/W OF CR 241-A;
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
30 0066600 $201.89
07-06-18-00-000.0024-0
1.01 AC OB0198P0432
JONES WILLIAM JAMES JR
RR3BOX 275
IAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM 0 SW COR, LOT 6.
HILLS OF PROVIDENCE & RUN
N02*37'08"E,ALNG W LN OF.
LOT 6,233.73 FT TO SE
(ADD'I, LEGAL IEE TAXROIL)
31 R0068900 $60.73
07-06-18M-00000.0160-C
30.00AC
STREIF HJ &H .J JR
325 N. ST. PAUL
2620 TOWER II
DAI.ILAS.TX 75201
1/10 MI SI/2 SEI/4 EXC
TRACT 2505Q IN NE COR
SEI/4 OF SE1/4 SEC 7,
SWI/4 OF SWI SEC 8
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
32 R0070700 $107.48
08-06-18-00 00-0030-A
80.00 AC
l.ADD PETROI.EUM CORP
370 I7TH ST STE 1700
DENVER. CO 80202-5617
1/2 INT IN NEI!4 01- NEh/4
& SW 1/4 OF NE I/4 & SEI/4
OF NW1/4 & NEI/4 OF .
SWI1/4;
33 R0071300 $361.43
08-06-18-00-.000.-0070-0
5.00 AC
HEDMAN LLOYD I. & JANICE
RR 3 BOX 1543
LAKE BUTI.ER. FI.
32054-9803
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/I. OF
SR S 245 WITH N R/W/LI OF
SR S 241 A& RUN N ON R/W
S 245 411.45 FT TH RUN E
(ADI)D' IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
34 R0071500 HX $771.60
08-1618-00-.00000072.0
2.00AC O0158P0633
H1EDMAN LIOYDI) & TAMMY


RR 3 BOX 1542-A


LAKE BUTLER. Fl: 32054
COM NW COR SEC 8. TH S
913.81 FT, TH E 71.48 FT
TO INTERS E ROW CR S245 &
POB; TH E 195.43 FT. TH S
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
35 R0071600 HX $919.63
08-06-18-00-000-0080-0
1.00 AC
HEDMAN LLOYD I, & .IANICE I,
RR 3 BOX 1543
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/L, OF
SR-245 & N R/W/IL OF
SR-241-A & TH RUN W
362.32 FT TO POB TH RUN N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
36 R0072600 HX $60.05
08-06-18-00-000-.0 80-0
1.75 AC OB0084P0330
BROWN EDDIE .IAMES
RR 3 BOX 1549 A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR SWI/4 OF
SE1/4 TH E242 FT FOR
POB, TH N 180 FT. TH E
181.5 FT.TH S 180 FT. TH
W 181.5 FT TO POB;
37 R0072900 HX $372.53
08-06-18-00-000-0192-0
.50AC OB0120P0386
PERRY CHARLES I
RR 3 BOX 1544-A3
LAKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SW 1/4,OF
SE 1/4 SEC 8. TH N 947 FT
TO 01OB, TH E 210, TH S
105, THW210.THN 105FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL),
38 R0073000 HX $601.53 ,
08-06-18-X00-000-0193-0
.50 AC OB0124P0370
WHITE GERALDINE
RR 3 BOX 1544-B,
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR SWI/4 OF SE
1/4 SEC 8, TH N 714 FT TO
POB; TH NI05FT, TH E210
FT, TH S TO S'LY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIj)`
39 R0073400 HX $766.0
08-06-18-00-000-0201-0 i
1.00 AC 0B0154P0120
JENKINS .IESSE & EMMA LOU
RR 3 BOX 1544-1 A I
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR SWI/4iOF
SEl/4 TH N 947 FT TO P0B.
TH CONT N 105 FT, TH E
210 FT, THS 105 FT,THW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
40 R0073600 $352.98
08-06-18-00-000-0203-0
1.00 AC OB0167P0212
GEORGE TINA
RR 2 BOX 599-A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SE1/4 SEC 8, TH E253.491FT
TO POB THE E170FT. TH
S256.23FT, TH WI70FT. TH
N256.23FT TO POB(I.0AC):
41 R0073900 $101.76
08-06-18-00.000-0221-0 I
18.38 AC OB0180P0323
TRULUCK ROGER STEVE & ELA
R9321OX 16;I.I i.SA'
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF NW1/4 OF
SEI/4FOR POB i. "
S02*36'44"E, ALNG E LN
THEREOF, 672.53 FT TO S
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
42 R0074400 $2260.48
08-06-18-00-000-0260-0
2.00 AC OB0179P00781
ANDREWS BART & DANIELLE-
RR 3 BOX 15431
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT SW COR OF SW 1/4
OF NE 1/4 FOR I'OB TH RUN
N 181.81 FTTH RUN W 210
FT TH RUN S 420 FT TH|RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL.)
43 R0076000 $525.56
09-06-18-00-000-0060-0
4.04 AC OB0213P0271
ONES .IIMMIE I,
RT 5 BOX 5458 /
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02*52'32"E, ALN(G E
LN THEREOF1685.42 FT;
S87*38'37"W, 61.05FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
44 R0076100 $1573.45
09-06.19-00-000-0061-.
8.70 AC OB01951P066
JONES .IIMMIE
RT 5 BOX 5458 /
LAKE BUTLER, FL/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
3.20 AC, OB0126P0647
JONES FERMAN i
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FIL
32054-9510
COM SE COR SEC 9. TH N
1847.63FT, TH W 55.61 FT
TO W ROW SR 241 & POB; TH
S 456.01 FT TO INTERS !
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
46 R0076300 $1046.54
09.06-18-(X00-000-0071-0,
2.00 AC OB0165P0313
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
I.4KE BUTI.ER. Fl.
32054-9802
COMM AT NE COROF SEC 9..
RUN N1847.63 FT, W 55.61
FT TO W R/W LINE OF
SR-241 & POl, RUN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
47 R0076400 HX $159.68
09-06.18-00-000-0072-0
6.70 AC 1OB0128P0616
SNYDER BENNY I.ANE
PO BOX 56
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,
32697 .
COM SE COR SEC9, TH N
2191.52 FT, TH W 56.65 FT
TO W ROW SR 241, TH W
253.41 FT, THS 171.02
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
48 R0077000 HX $2298.13
09.06-18-00-000.0083-0
3.93 AC OB0181P0299
HOLMES SINCLAIR ILE
RT 5 BOX 4534
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM @ INT OF E BDRY OF
CTY RD 791 & N BDRY OF C
241A FOR POBTH RUN E 625
FT, TH N 297 FT TH WTO E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
49 R0077500 $459.61
09-06-18-00-000-01 100
1.00AC
WHITE ELSIE LEE
RR 3 BOX 1526
LAKE BUTLER, FI
32054-9803
COM AT 1/5 OF E R/W LINE


OFSR S-241-A WITH N LINE
OF E 112 OF S 341 YDS OF
NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4,FOR.POB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


50 R0078300 HX $717.24
09.0(-18-00-)-0000180.0
1.00 AC OB0197P0630
SCHLIPF KEVIN SCOTT SR &
MAUREEN ANN
RR 3 BOX 1563
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF
SWIM/4 LYING S OF SR
S-241-A E OF W ROWLINE OF
OLD COUNTY GRAD RD N OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
51 R0078500 $936.49
09-06-18-00-000-0200-0
1.00 AC OB0160P0571
KEITH JOE ERNEST &
JOHN WALLACE KEITH
RR5 BIIOX 5575
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9512
COM AT INTERSECTION OF ST
RDS 241 & S-241A AND RUN
S 210 FT W 210 FT N 210
FT & E 210 FT TO BEG

52 R0079700 $646.21
09-06-18-65-000-0100-0
5.00 AC OB0163P0347
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
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 LEGAL 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
10406-18-00400-0030.0
27.66 AC OB0104P0429
JAMES JACOB I)
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL, 32606
COM 2 SW COR OF NEI/4 SEC
10 RUN E 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CO RD 241, TH N
455.27 FT TO POB, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
56ROO080400 $283.81
10.06-18.00-000-0031-0
2.06 AC
JAMES SAMUELA
C/O HILDA J.AMES
1010 MOREILAND AVE
DURHAM, NC 27707
COM @ NW COR NW1/4 OF
SW1/4 THRUN E 50.0 FT TO
INT OF E ROW CO RD 241 &
S LIIE HOPEWEI.I.AME --- .
(ADD'I. I.EGA. SEE TAXROI.I.)
57 R0080500 $164.55
10-06-18.00-400.-0032-0
27.66 AC OB0058P0643
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM @ SW COR OF NWl/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 LEGAlSEE TAXROLL)
58 R0080600 $500.99
10-06-18-00-000-0033-0
27.66 AC OB008710403
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,
(ADI)'L 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 NWI/4 OF
SEC 10 & RUN N87*18'08"E,
ALONG S LN, 50.00 FTTO
INT WITH E R/WOF CR 241;
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
60 R0081200 $51.53
10-06-18-00-000.00370
.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 HOPEWELLI
A.M.E. CHURCH &RUN EAST,
(ADD'L IJGAL SEE TAXROLL)
62 R0082500 $843.98
10.06-18-00-000-0140.0
.89AC OB0103P0514
JONES JIMMIE L
RT 5 BOX 5458
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT A PT ON E LINE OF
ST RD 241 WHERE SAID) LINE
INTERSECT-THE S LINE OF-
PUB GRADED RD TO HOPEWEIJ.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
63 R0082600 $470.23
10-06-18-00-000-01410
1.13AC OB0109P0031 .
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RT5BOX5458
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
235FT,THS.210 FT,THE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
64 R0084200 HX $420.41
10-06-18-00-000.0310-0
JO AC OB0170P0359.
PERRY CLYDIA
RR 21 BOX 459
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM AT THE NE COR OF
SWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SEC 10
T6S R 18E & THENCE RUN W
210 FT TO POB THENCE RUN
(ADD' LIEGALISEETAXROLL)

65 R0084800 $159.33
10.06.18-00-000.0380-0
.50AC
PERRY ALBERT IEE
RR 2 BOX 459
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-95056
COM ON THE E R/W IJNE OF
SR 241 AT A PT S0 FT E OF
NW COR OFOF SWI/4 OF
SWI/4 & RUN E 945 FT TH


(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)


66 R0085300 HX $159.68
10406-18-00-000-0430-0
5O0AC OB01091P0083
HOLMES ROSETTA & WILLIAMS
RR 2 ROX 472
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9507
FROM POR 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 FT TO
POR SUBJ TO R/W EASEMENT
67 R0085700 $741.76
11406-18-00-000-0020-0
19.09 AC OB0066P0188
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
IAKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
SEI/4 OF NEI/4 EXC 3 ACS
IN SE COR IN OR 30 P 567
EXC OR 38 P 63 & EXC 5
ACS IN OR 43 P 545, OR 52
(ADD'L LEGAI, SEE TAXROIL)
68 R0086200 $264.93
11-06-18-000-0024-0
2.00 AC OB0109P0034
DEBOSE TERESA
RR 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 034
69 R0086300 HX $150.48
I 14-06-18.00-000-025-0
.91 AC OBOI09P003
JONES RONNIE RAY
RR 5 BOX 5588
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
.91 AC IN SEI/4 OF(SEI/4;
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 033;
70 R0087800 HX $1365.09
12-06-18-00-000-0052-0
11.07AC OB0091P0528
NOEGEL LOUIE & JANICE
RR 5 BOX 5646
IAKE 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, FL 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'L LEGAL SEE TAXROL.L)
72 R0093700 $1083.09
13-06-18-5300-0060-0
3.48 AC OB0114P0205
MCDADE ROXIE
1632 SANDY HOI.LOW IA)OP
MIDDLEBURG, FL 32068
LOT 6 SADDILE-BROOK
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK I PG 32;
73 R0093900 $222.06
134-6-18-53-000-0090-0
1.20 AC OB0215P0566
YOUNG SANDRA HELEN
300 GIENLYNN DRIVE
ORANGE PARK, Fl. 32073
I.OT 9 SADDIE-BROO()K
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PIAT BOOK I PG 32;
74 R0098400 .$126,S 15 .
14-06-18-00-000096040 -
1.01 AC OB0208P0536
WHITEKYI.F ) &K 4RAIf .-
RR12 BOX 434-B I
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF SWI/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN N04*02'36"W,
ALNG E LN THEREOF, 68.90
FT TO INT WITH N R/W OF
(ADD'L LEGAL 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 OFTHE SW 1/4 OFTH
SW 1/4 EXC OR 94 PG 188
EXC OR 131/586 (ll1.70AC)
76 R0102700 HX $261.81
15-06-18-00-000.0125-0
4.80 AC OB0108P0654
LOVEIACE JOSEPH S & BRENI)
RR12 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT S/W COR OF SEC IS,
TH RUN N 2568.56FT TO THE
CENTER IN OF CR239-A, TH
E 1983.76FT, TH S 40FT TO
(ADD'L IJ.EGAI,SEE TAXROLL)
77 R0102800 $1435.11
IS-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 IS, TH N
ALG CNTR LN 2412568.56
FT TO CNTR LN CR 239-A,
TH E 1794.80FT, TH S 40
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
78 R0103000 $424.32
15-06-18-00-000.0128-0
6.00 AC OB0190P0076
ROGERS WILBUR WILLIE II &
RITA LORENE ROGERS
RR 2 BOX 481
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
.COM @ SW COR OF SEC 15 &
RUN N86*29'24"E. ALNG S
LN THEREOFI1328.21 FT TO
SW COR THEREOF:
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROII.)
79 R0103100 $492.30
15-06-18.00-000.0129-0
3.77 AC OB0146P0620
LOVEIACEKJOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
IAKE BUTI.ER, Fl, 32054
COM AT S'IY FOW OF
CR239-A & W LN OF E 315
FT OFS/W1/4OFSEC I5
FOR POB; TH RUN S
(ADD'I. I.EGALISEE TAXROII.I
80 RO1i 04800 5955.43
15-06-18-29-000-0060-0
2.06 AC OB0128P0620
JONFS FERNMON
RR 2BOX479
LAKE BUTLER, FIL. 32054
PARCEL, FE J1/2 COM AT I/S
OF E/L OF E 1/2 OF NW 1/4
& N R/W/L OF SR 239 A TH
RUN W 1288.51 FTTH N 840
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROII.)

81 R0105200 HX $542.12
15406-18-29-000-0100-0
4.04 AC OB0113P0140
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT J FORRESTHII.IS
SUBDIVISION
82 R0106700 HX $565.77
15-06-18-46-000-0050-0
2.10 AC OB0141P0034
ALLDREDGE TIMOTHY I. & SUS
RR 2 BOX 430-5
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL 32054
PARCEL #5 AS DESC IN OR
81 PAGE 301;
83 RI008400 $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 IESC IN OR 72 P'381;
84 R0108700 HX $155.08
15-06-18-46-000-0260-0
3.58 AC OI0146P0206
FERRES FLOYI)
PO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL
32697-0064
LOT 26 CREEKSIDE FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 75 P 495;
85 R0108800 HX $152.78
15.06418-46-000-0270-0
3.22 AC OB0163P0348
CLEMONS KENNETH & PAUIA
RR 2 BOX 430-127
LAKE BUTLER, Fi,
32054-9802
LOT 27 CREEK SIDE ESTATES
AS DESC IN OR 78 P619;
86 R0110900 HX $155.08
16.06-18-00-000-0060-0
5.00 AC OB0200P0064
DOUGLAS VIRGINIA & IARRY
RR 5 BOX 4870
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9803
E25 A OF S.V4 OF SWI/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. FL 32054
I'OT 17 PROKOP FARM AS:
DESC IN OR.49 P611
OFFICIAL RECORDS UNION
COUNTY
88 R0113400 HX' $157.381
.16-06-18-36-000-0270-0
.90 AC OB0193P0359
WESSENDORF DOROTHY B
RR BOX 5259 /
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE S 483 FT OF COM @ NE
COR SEC 16, TH W 50 FT,
TH S 2633.80 FT, TH W
1289.49 FT, TH S 1656.71
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
89 R0113600 $36.37
16-06-18-36-000-0350-0
5.01 AC OB0173P0040
WATERS MARTHA D
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER, FL 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 I)
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER. FL 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 OB0129P0679
FRENCH PAUL V JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 17
TH RUN E 1320 FT TH RUN S
75 FT FOR POB:TH RUN S:
495 FTI THE 132b FT TH
(ADD'I.I.EGAI S-.FTAXROI.I.)
92 R0116200 IX $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 110118500 $521.49
17-06-18-42-000.0100-0
1.57 AC OB0205P0449
BAILEY KATHRYN ARTHUR
PO BOX 517
CUSSETA, GA 31805
COM @ SW COR NI/2 SWI/4
NEI/4TH N 2*28'21" W
770.00 FT; TH N 87*10'01"
E 327.00 FT; TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
94 R0118600 $192.43
17-06-18-42-000-0101-0
1.30 AC OB0171P0286
ELIXSON JOHN PAUL
POBOX 46
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697.0083
COM SW COR NI/2 OF SWI/4.
TH N 770 FT, TH E 327 FT,
TH S 330FT, THE 209.38
FT, TH N 325 FT TO POB;
(ADD'L LEGAL 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 TAXROLL)
96 R0123900 HX $157.38
21-06-18-00-000-0103-0
2.80AC OB0118PO348
SPARLING JOYCE. ,
RR 5 BOX $130
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SE 1/4. TH W 50 FT TO ROW
SR 241, TH N 417.5 FT TO.
POB. TH W 367.5 FT. TH N
(ADD'L ILEGALSEE TAXROLL)
97 R0124500 HX, $941.17
21-06-18.41.000-0040-0
2.05 AC OB0207P0174
BEARD ARTHUR & CASSIE DAN
RR S BOX 4854
LAKE BUTLER, F. 32054
LOT 4, SANTA FE HILlS AS
PER PB I, PG 28, PUBLIC
RECORDS OFUNION COUNTY.
FLORIDA
98 R0125400 HX $159.68
21-06-18-41-000-0150-0
2.08 AC OB0126P0679
. JACKSON DELORIS V
RR 5 BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
LOT15& 23 SANTA FE
HILLS, RECORDEDD
SUBDIVISION OF UNION
COUNTY FLROIDA; LESS &
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
99 R0125900 $269.53
21-06-18.41-000-0230-0
2.00 AC OB0127P0285
JACKSON DEI)RES
RR 5 BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FL 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
RRS BOX 5282
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 24 SANTA FE HILiS


101 R0126100 $784.84









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21 06-18-41 .()00-0250-0
2.97 AC ()l020220604
P'OOEI. JERRY C & DEBORAH
RR 5 BIOX 5278
.AKEI BUTLER. 2I. 32054
OT 1 25 SANTA FE HILL..S AS
REC IN PILATT BOOK I PAGE.
28:
102 R012620(0 HX $152.78
21-06-18-41 .(00)-0260-0
2.74 AC O10119910458
>OOIE .JERRY C & D)EORAH
RR 5 BOX 5278
I.AKIE BI TL.ER,. FI 32054
I.OT 26 SANTA FE HILLS AS
REC IN PI'ATT HOOK I PAGE
28:

103 R0126400 $282.92
21.06-18.41-000-0300-0
2.09 AC 010 17910603
BRENNFN (;EOR(;I' W JR & MAR
11) KENTUCKY AVI-E
I'ORTI I.AUI)ERI)DAI.IE. F.
33311
IOT 30 SANTA FE HILLS AS
REC IN PlATT 1OOK 1 PAGE
28:

104 R0126500 HX $266.82
21-06-18-41-000-0310-0
2.08 AC 0(I01971)0492
DANIEIS TAMMY
RR 5 BOX 5271
I.AKE IBUTLER. 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 OB0102110320
JOHNSON NAOMI I.
PO BOX 1192
PLANT CITY. FL 33564
.OT 35 SA NTA FE HII.LS AS
REC IN PLATT BOOK I PAGE
28;

106 R0126900 $935.45
21-06-18-41-000-360-0
2.08 AC Ol013010619
JOIHNSON NAOMI LEE
P.O.BOX 1192
PI.ANT CITY. FI. 33564
LOT .36 SANTA FE HII.I.S

107 R0127500 $842.28
21-(06-18-41-000-0440-0
2.33 AC B00204P0061
4 MI2E BRANCH PROPERTY SE
208 SE HERNANDO AVENUE
LAKE CITY. Fl. 32025
I(.T' 44 SANTA FE HI I.LS
108 R0129500 $71.58
21-06-18-45-000-0170-0
10.60 AC OB110073P0033
ABBOTT ROBERT & MICHAEl.. Z
4630 DRUMMOND I.ANE
ORI.ANDO. FI 32810
LOTS 17 & 17A UPLAND
PINES, ASDEISC IN OR 73,
PAGE 33 & 40:

109 R0129900 $1538.07
21-06-18-45-000-0230-0
1.52 AC 010202P10311
JIONS WILLAIAM .AMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
IAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 23 UPE1AND PINES
PIANTATIONCOM @ NW COR
OF
SSEC 21 & RUN N 86*27'24"E
2763.86 FT TO W ROW SR
(ADD'I I.EGAL, SEE TAXROI.l.)

110 R0130000 $571.51
21-06.18-45-000-0240-0
1.52 AC OB10213P0116
CAREY C DAVID
PO BOX 895
WINDER, GA 30680
PARCEL 24 UPLAND) PINES
PLANTATION: COM @ NW COR
& RUNN86*27'24"E AI.NG N
i.INE, 2763.86 FT TO W R/W
(ADD' IEGAI. SEE TAXRO1.)

11I R01 3400 W $649.28
21-06-18-45-000-0280.-0
3.55 AC OB0119P0099
JONES TIMOTHY
C/o BETTrytO1 "

I i. II.TL Fi 32054 t
i LT 23 UPIAND PINE' S
PLANTATIONAN 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 FRANCES DR
KISSIMMEE, FL. 34741
LOT 33 I)ESC OR172/455

113 R0131000 HX $152.78
21-06-18-45-000-0340-0
1.02 AC OB019P0472
FEAGIN ETHEl'
RR 5 BOX 4914
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 34 UPLAND PINES
PILANTATIONAN UNRECORDI)EI
S SUBDIVISION;
114 01|.1410H $2156913
212-lI-lN.45.I0 .I.1,80.0
1.18 AC OB0160P0193
S" CROFT 'CRAIG
R3BOX 138
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
LOT 38 UPJ.AND IINES
PI.ANTATIONAN UNRECORDED
SUIIDIVISION;

115 R0131500 $154.08
21-06-18-45-00-00390-0
"1.16 AC OB01601P0193
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 BOX 138
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
LOT 39 UPLAND PINES
PILANTATIONAN UNRECORDI)EI
SUBDIVISION.
S 11 RI0132100 H% $975.05
21 h06-18-45 (H01--1451.0
1.20 AC OB01031'0684
NIRTIN MARIAH ANN
R F5 IOX 49.12
,, KI.KI BUI'I I. R., Fl. 32054
SOUTH 322.13 FT OF IOT 45
S. AS 1)ESC IN OR 103 PG 684;
S 117 R0132500 HX $829.87'"

: 1.01 AC OB0151P0235
'IMM< NS KRIS' & PHYISS -
RR 2 !(0\ .4116
I 4KF Il' I.I.R FRI..H 320154
COlM N' CO(R SE 20. THE
: :l21l 941. 1TH' 619.62
II i ION R(01, ARAI N.1H S
1 Mil 1 I')R)OW,1HW\
' '.(ADD'I.) I 2 l.M.l h.I' TANI\ OI I.1

.118 R0133200 $149.66
21.06 18.45.007.0 l 1.0 ""
* 1.t6 AC (>1101851'f446
NIAI1 MI H1-,1.1.1
". ,._ 2 411l7S 20[H Vt.
(;1iNI SVII.I..FI. 32607
PIORTJON OF II.K 7.1.0rA.
UIl'I.ANI'PNFS IPI.4NTATION
: UNRI.CU2R4I-,1 COM 0 SE-: COR
+.'. ;p )O 0 FCl' 17 & RUN
(AI)D'l. I EG2I.SS.- TAXROI.I.I

9.- R0134000 HX $478.27
21-06-18-45-0H.-0010-0
r/ 1.43 AC O10178P0659
-", .: REUSS JOHN DAVID
RR 5 BOX 4892
I.4K- BUTl.ER. FI. 32054
'AR2(1:l. Il-A (IF UPI.4N1)
PINES Pl.AN NATION DF'SC AS
I'-)I.I.VW' : COlM 0 SE COR OF
.F:C 17 & RUN N02"40"40"W.


I)DD'I I.F.AI S1F.1. T4AXROI.I.I

1201 R0135100 HX $1246.59
22-06-18-I.0-0-0.0031.0
I.O, AC OHI102P0477.
HARDIEN .IO4SP'H & %TAC.
RT 5 BOX 5260
LAKE BUTI E:R, FI.
32054-9803
41'ROX I AC IN NW 1/4. DESC
IN OR 81 P 182:

121 R0141900 HX $381.78
24-A.6-I8-00-X000-0056-0
I 10 %C 0110184P0190
NAAV\'RR( I.UIS M & IINDA S
RR 2 IBX 607 A 13
. IlAKE BIUT I.1:R. FI. 32054
COIM @- SW CO@R OF SE/4 &
RULN N02*47"3"WW. A.N(;W ,
I.N. 1331.20111 1 TO %WV COR
OF NW 1/4 OFSf 12/4:
(ADD'l. ILEGAI. SEE TAXROI.)


122 R0142000 HX $481.37
t4-06-18.00.000-0057-0
1.10 AC 01101861'0377
NORMAN FRANK F & CATHERIN
RR 2 BOX 607 A-12
LAKE BUTL.ER.I FI. 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SFI/4 01
SEC 24 & RUN N02*47'38"W,
AILNG W I.N THEREOF,.
1331.20 FT TO SW (COR OF
(AI)D'I, I.E(;AI. SEE TAXROIl.)

123 R(0143400 $1030.39
24-06-18-73-00 1.29 AC OB02051'0557
CREWS .JAMES 2 & REWIS TER1
IPO BOX 312
MACCLENNY. Fl. 32063
.OT 2 HAYVIAND HIGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION

124 R0143500 $859.02
24-16-18-73-000-W003-0
1.21 AC O001561'0389
.JENKINS LEE & BASS CATHY
PO BOX 44
I.AKE BUTLER. FI.
32054-0044
LOT 3 HAYL.ANI) HGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION

125 R0143700 IHX $150.48
24-06-18-73-000-0050-0
1.07 AC OB0179P0163
HURST MICHAEL & JOAN
PO BOX 621
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
LOT 5 HAY1,AN) IIEIGHTS
RECORDEI)SUItDIVISION

126 R0145000 HX $1521.46
25-06-18-00-000-0027-0
6.08 AC OB110131P10001
BESSERMAN RICHARI) I. & .1
RR 2 IOX 643-1,
IAKE IIUTLER, FIL 32054
COM SW COR SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4
SEC 25, THE AlGA; S LN
834.17 FT. TH I 18.18 FT
TO PO1;: TH N 756.26 FT,
(ADD'I. LIGALSEE TAXROII,.)

127 R0145800 HX $1544.72
25-06-18-()00- 00(X)35-0
8.76 AC OB0108P0041
CREWS JOHN A & PHYLLIS DI)
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'l. .EGAI. SEE TAXROI.l,)

128 R0146000 $54.69
25-06-18-55-000-0020-0
5.01 AC OB0091P0543
STORY ROBERT S
1333 DUNN AVE
APT #1104
JACKSONVILLE, FI. 32218
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 25 &
RUN S02*30'09"E. AING E
I.N THEREOF2554.87 FT;
N82*44' 10"W 609.65FT TO) W
(ADD'l. ILEGAI. SEE TAXROI.L.)

129 R0146600 HX $1330.24
25-06-18-55-000-0090-0
5.01 AC OB010125P0531
PHII.LLIPS MATHEW .1 & DAPHN
PO BOX 136
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FlI
32697
COM @ NE COR SEC 25, TH S
1445-39 FT, TH NW 249.99
FT TO N ROW 40 FT TO GRI)
RD & POB; TH.SW 95.35 FT,
(ADD'L I.E(GAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)

130 R0146900 $418.45
25-06-18-55-000-0110-0
3.02 AC OB0205P0184
SPRADLEY CHARL.IE
144 VIA ROSINA
JUPITER. Fl, 33458
15.01 AC AS DESC IN ORB
124 P 229: LESS ORB
159/455 (3 AC) 1,ESS ORB
173293 (5 AC) LESS ORB
203/139 (3.99 AC)

131 R0147000 IX .$355.28
25-06-18-55-.i00f *11.0 "-
3.00 AC ,1)I?59.I455 ,,,
Rl'O.q;MA.\i l,&
TABITH A
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'.Y AI.GROW 93.45 FT
TO W ROW CO GRD RD & POB;:
(ADD'l. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.L) '

132 R0156800 $31.3
33-04-19-00-00000-0080-A
6.47 AC
BAXTER CI.ARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PI,
GAINESVILLE. FI,
32605-2004
21.5166% OF 1/2 INT SW1/4
OF SEI/4 S1/2 OF SEI/4 OF
SW1/4;

133 R0160400 $40.98
04-05-19-00-000-0090-A
10.78 AC
BAXTER CIARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PI.
GAINESVILLE. FL.
32605-2004
S OG & M IN 21.5166% OF
1/2 INTS.34 OF SE1/4 OF
SEI/4, WI/2 OF SEF/4 OF.
SWI/4 & NI/4 OF SE1/4 OF
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROI..)
134 R0163400 $745.06
06-05-19-00-000-0152-0
5.24 AC OB0183P0631
TROWEI, JOSEIPH W
RR 3 BOX 428
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
SEI/4 OF THE SEI/4 IYNG 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 0B0183P0630
'TROWEI.I, JOSIEPH W
RR 3 BOX 429
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
THAT PART OF SE1/4 OF
SEI/4 OFSE1/4 IYNG W OF
COUNTY RD & THE F 50 FT
OF SWI/4 OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4;
136 R0164200 HX $2174.52
07-05-19-00-000-0010-0 -
8.98 AC OB10074P0359
DAVIS JAMES A & MEIL.INDA
RR 3 BOX 94.
I.AKE BUTLER. FL.
32054-9419
N 1/2 OF NE 1/4,OF NE 1/4
EXC THE E 702.58 FT

137 R0164300 $1086.53
07-05-19-00.000-0011-0
5.08 AC OB0161P0277
DOUGILAS ROGER
PO BOX 345
I.AKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
THE E 702.58 FT OF THE N
315.0FT OF THE NEI/4 OF
SNE1/4

138 R0171700 HX $451.61
25-05-19.00-000-0040-0
1.50 AC OB0133P10093
ROLLINS EDWARD WAYNE & KI
RR 3 BOX 26
I.AKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-0162
COM CENTER OF ST RD 100
ON RANGE LINE D)IV RANGES


19 & 20 & RUN N 273.67 FT
THENCE NW 387.39 FT SE
(ADD'I, LEGAI. SEE TAXROI.L.)

139 R0175600 HX $872.93
26-05-19-00-000-0056-A
2.50 AC OB02001P0068
STRINGER ADAM BARKI.EY
RR 3 BOX 48-2
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
TWO & ONE HAI.F(2 1/2) AC
IN THE SE COR OF NI/2 OF
Sl/2 OF SWI/4 OF NWI/4,
BEING 165 FT NORTH (N)
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)

140 R0175700 $431.05
26-05-19-00-000-0056-0
.7.50 AC OB0043P0291
WATERS Ei.VERA C
RR 3 BOX 45
-LAKE BUTLER. FI. 32054
NI/2 OF 51/2 OF SW1/4 OF


NWI/41,.ESS & EXCA I'RCI.
IIEING; 165 FTN & S BY 660
FT : & W. I.YING IN THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER.

141 R0179200) $196.84
31-05-19-00-000-0032-0
13.59 AC OB0058P0303
CRAWFORD JAMES
3704 IIARMER I)R
IACKSONVIILLE, FI.
32210-5024
S1/3 OF SI1/4 OF NWI/4
142 R0179300 $70.47
31-05.19-00-000-0033-0
13.59 AC 0110063P'0720
CRAWFORDI lAMES B
3704 BARMER DR
J.ACKSONVIILE. FI,
32210-5024
SI/2 OF N2/3 OF SF1/4 OF
NWI1/4

143 R0179400 $68.17
31-05-19-00-000-0034-0
13.59 AC OB0063P0719
CRAWFOR1) JAMES
3704 BARMER )R
.JACKSONVILLE, FlI
32210-5024
NI/3 OF SEl1/4 OF NWI/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. Fl.
32054-9327
THAT PORTION OF SOUTH 545
FT OF SEI1/4 OF NE /4
LYING WEST OFCOUNTY
GRADED ROAD

145 R0185300 $1111.28
35-05-19-76-000-0020-0
2.48 AC OB0157P0683
PARRISH MARGIE R
RPO BOX 1287
BARIIOURVILL3E. KY
40906-5287
LOT 2 QUAIL RIDGE
RECORDED SUB PLAT 2/4

146 R0185700 HX $512.06
35-05-19-7600-00 60-0
1.00 AC OB0152P1'0479
MECUSKER MEGAN E &
MECUSKER DAVID C
RR 5 BOX 5737
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
IGOT 6 QUAIL RIDGE
RECORD) SUB PI.AT 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. FI. 32054
BEG AT SE COIR LOT 10
WARDS SUB, SAID PT BEING
ON ROW BROWNING ROBERTS
RD, TH E AI.G ROW 206.78
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI..)

148 R0187200 HX $892.72
36-05-19-00-000-0082-0
2.00AC OB0144P0514
DICKS TOMMY I) & ERIN E
RR 4 BOX 3708
IAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
BEG AT SE COR LOT 10,
WARDS SUB. iOINT BEING N
ROW BROWN ROBERTS RI), TH
E 206.78 Fl'T, TH N 425.01
(ADI)D'IL. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI..)

149 R0190200 HX $283.11
36-05-19-37-000-0010-0
1.13AC OB10052P0013
BISHOP CLINTON T & L.INI)A
RR 4 BOX 3738
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9326
LOT I WARDS SUBDIVISION
ACCORDI)ING TO PI.AT
RECORDED) IN PI.AT BOOK 1.
PAGE 27. PUBLIC
RECORI)UNION COUNTY

150 R0190700 HX $691.20
36-05-19-37-000-0090-0
1.96AC 'OB0173P0319
BISHOI. VXN 't. ANGELA l'.
RR 4 BOX 3737
LAKE BUTLsER.I p.

LOT 9 WARDS SUBDI)IVISION
AS REC IN PLAT BOOK 1 PG
27;

151 R0193100 HX $1126.92
36-05-19-75-000-0020-0
1.13AC OB1085P0587
DERON DERRILI. RAY &
WARD CAR1 P
RR 4 BOX 3916
LAKE BUTL.ER. FL 32054
I.OT 2OF QUAIl. HEIGHTS AS
PER PI.AT RECORDED IN PB
2, P 5. UNION CO. FL (ORB
185. P 587) (SEC 36-5-19)

152 R0193500 HX $678.67
36-05-19-75-00 60-0
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
1.00 AC OB110191P0496
PAYNE JOY I.YNNE
RR 4 BOX 3959
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT I QUAIl. HAMMOCK
RECORDED PILAT 2/2

154 R0193700 $226.13
36-05-19-77-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0213P0610
BURGREEN ENTERPRISES INC
PO BOX 81
LAKE GENEVA',FI 32160
LOT 2 QUAIl. HAMMOCK
RECORDED PI.AT BOOK 2/2

155 R0193900 $226.5
36-05-19-77.000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0212P0238
CAMPS .EO & MCCI.AIN PRISC
15360 SW 2ND COURT ROAD
OCAI.A. FI, 34473 ,
I.OT4 QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PI.AT BOOK 2/2

156 R0194400 .$174.78
36-05-19-82.000-0010-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES I1TD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGE.LO, TX 76901
I.OT 1 HIDDEN OAKS

157 R0194500 $174.78
36-05-19-82-000-0020-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES I.TD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGEl.O, TX 76901
LOT 2 HIDDEN OAKS

158 R0195000 $211.76
36-05-19-82-000-0070-0
.62 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES I.TD
C/0 STAGE COACH INC "
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGEI.O, TX 76901
I.OT 7 HIDDEN OAKS

159 R0195200 $267.23
36-05-19-82-000-0090-0
.80 AC OB0173P0021


ARGUS ENTERPRISES I.TD
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 0B0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES I.TD
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 I.TD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGE1LO, TX 76901
LOT.16
162 R0201000 $757.14


02-06-19-00-000-0015-0
1.41 AC 0B0180P'0003
EI.IXSON JOSEPH ADAM
RR 4 BOX 3683
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
NE1/4& RUN N01*24'12"W.
AING E l.N SEC 2,23.03
FT; S88*09'51"W.AILNG S LN
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

163 R0201300 HX $531.51
02-06-19.00-000-0015-3
1.01AC O11018210054
EI.IXSON JIEFFREY GORDON
SRR 4 BOX 3686
I.AKE BUT1,ER, Fl. 32054
COM @ SE COR OF NEI1/4 OF
NE1/4& RUN NORTHERI.Y.
AING E I.N. 23.03 FT TO
POBI; WESTERLY. 2PARAI.LLEIL
(ADD'l, I.EGAI, SEE TAXROI.L,)

164 R0202300 HX $435.75
02-06-19-00-000-0100-0
13.76 AC B00162P0253
ANDREWS AI.BERT J
RR 4 BOX 3670
IAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-9321
COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
SEI/4 OF SEC 2 THENCE SW
1667.79 FT TO R/W OF SR
121 THENCE NE ON R/W 1356
(ADD'L. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

165 R0205800 HX $2114.12
04-06-19-00-000-0010.0
7.63 AC OB02181'0549
FEAGLE MYRTI.E
RR 4 BOX 3100
LAKE IIUTIER, FL
32054-9311
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN E TO E'l.Y R/W I.INE OF
SR S-796AA DIST OF 40 FT
TO POB TH S ALNG ROW
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.L)

166 R0206700 HX $403.70
04-06-19-00-000-0030-0
1.00AC OB0170P0468
WATERS TONY IAMAR
RR 4 BOX 3111
I.AKE BUTLER, FI, 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' 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
EI.XSON ERNIE L & JOYCE A
RR 4 BOX 3334
LAKE BUTL.ER. FL 32054
PART OF PARCEL. #6 AS DESC
IN OR 92 PAGE 287;

169 R0210700 HX $165.79
04-06-19-54-000-0150-0
2.50AC OB0180P0045
NAQUIN JEROME J
RR 4 BOX 3294
I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. 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
JACKSONVILLE, FI, 32220
COM INTERS E I.N WITH N
ROW S796, TH W 1600.23
FT, TH W AI, ROW 124.89 FT1
TO POB; TH W140.62 FT, TH
(ADD' I. EGA.L SEE TAXROLLI)

171 R0213600 HX $431.89
04-06-19-60-000-0040-0
5.01 AC OB0170P0272
O'HERN DONNA G
RR 4 BOX 3U49
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEI.4 IONGIEAF AS DESO4
IN O()R99 PC.E564

172 R0219100 $84
05,06-19-79-000-0040-0
4.00 AC OB0185P0543
DENSON WILLIAM M
RR 4 BOX 3130
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
LOT 4. OAK GROVE HIILLAS
RECRDIN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE
8: LESS & EXC 1.00 AC
PRCL IN NE COR THEREOF &
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L.)

173 R0222100 HX $977.99
07-06-19-00-000-0094-0
1.95 AC OB0179P0343
BARBER JANE ET AL,
RR 5 BOX 5682
IAKE 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'ILLEGAL 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 I
I.AKE BUT1.ER. 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 OB0134PO380
REDDING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
CIN BW CIR SEC 9M TG E
2747.04FT TO INTERS CNT
LN GRD RD, TH S 244.13 FT
TO POB;TH E 208.712FT,
(ADD'l. I.ELGAI.LSEE TAXROI.L).)

177 R0225400 $67.40
09.06.19.00.000-0015-0
12.50AC OB0146P10672
REI)DING HOWARD F II
RR 4 BOX 3280
I.AKE BUTI.ER, FL. 32054
COM NEW COR SEC 9, TH E
2747.04 FT TO INTERS CNTR
N 50 FT GRDI) RD, TH S
244.13 FT TO POB; TH E
(ADD'l. L.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

178 R0232100 $1176.46
S11-06-19-00-000-0140-0
1.00 AC OB0053P0203
WHITEHEAD I.UCI.LLE A D)EESE
20109 NW CR 235
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT SW COR OF SEI/4 OF
NW2/4 & RUN N AI.G W'TILY
BDRY OF LAND DESC IN OR
25 P 225-226 611.16 FT
(ADD'L L.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
179 R0232400 $224.82
11-06-19-00-000-0170-0
4.00 AC OB0031P0138
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601
LAKE BUTI.ER. FL 32054
COM AT SE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NWI/4 & RUN W 864 FT TO
ST RD 121 THENCE NE ALONG
RD 625 FT & SE ON 45 DEGC
ANGLE 600 FT TO BEG


180 R0233600 $1804.18
I 1-06-19-00-000-0220-0
5.28 AC OB0105P0488
MCRANNOLDS .IAMES A & DONN
2703 W 5TH STREET
FERNANDINA BEACH. FL.
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 TAXROI.L).)

181 R0245400 HX $238.79
16-06-19-63-000-0030-0
8.96 AC OB0146P0560
.JENNINGS MICHAEL. D & MARI
RR 2 BOX 260-N
IAKE BUTLER, FlI
32054-0233
LOT 3 PINEWOOD ESTATES
EXC 1 AC IN NW COR; ALSO
DESC PARCEL. 3-B & 3-C.
(ORI46/561) i ..


182 R0247100 HX $159.68
16-06-19-64-000-0011-0
2.65 AC 010145P1'0682
MARTIN THOMAS M
RR2 BOX 261F1
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9630
COM SW COR NW1/4 OF NWI/4
SEC 16. TH E 1653.27 FT
TH N 1313.96 FT TO S LN
SEC 9, THE 612.89 FT TO
(ADD'L, IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

183 R0248100 HX $358.50
16-06-19-64-000-0052-0
1.00 AC OB0122P10415
POWEII, JUILIE
RR 2 BOX 262-C6
LAKE 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
1'OB: TH N 231.887 FT TO S
(ADI)D'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

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, FLI 32054
COM @ NW COR SW1/4 NE1/4
SEC 16 S 00*I17'50"E
585.80 FT; TH N
89*50'38"E 281.16 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

185 R0248400 HX $157.38
16-06-19-64.000-0055-0
3.50 AC O1B01271'P0399
HOLDER JAMES V & LORI ANN
PO BOX 327
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697-0327
SAID PORTION OF LANI)
BEING DESAS 3.05AC+/- REC
IN OR I PG459

186 R0252700 HX $1187.35
19.-06-19-00-000.0050-0
1.60AC OB0I48P0064
MCNEAL HOWARD AND KELLIIE
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 IPOB; TH S 3352.26 FT.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

187 R0253400 HX $326.71
19-06-19-00-000-0056-0
1.00 AC OB0137PO411
SHAWTAWANAS.
RR 2 BOX 697-C64
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
BEG NE COR SEI/4 OF NE1/4
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. FL 32054
COM NE COR SE1/4 OF NE12/4
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 TAXROLL)

189 R0255200 HX $157.38
19-06-19-00-000-0170-0
1.21 AC OB0181P0023
TODD KATHERINE.! & TONY.
RR 2 BOX 687
LAKE BUTLER. 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',L IEGA SEE 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, FL 32054
PARCEL 7 CREEKW(X)D
ESTATES AS DESC IN OR 75
PAGE 572;

191 R0259600 HX $387.02
20.06.19.47.000-0190-0
1.05 AC OR0199PO203 ..
REDDING T4R41) '
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'L ILEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)

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 L & ELIXSON TI
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL,
32697
COM @ NW COR SWI/4 OF
SWi/4. TH S 1292.95 FT,
TH E 1341.43 FT. TH N
1900.05 FT. TH E 905.40
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

194 R0262500 HX $231.06
'20-06-19-47-000.0480-0
8.98 AC OB0092P0304
MILEY JAMES E & LINDA L.
PO BOX 195
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697-0195
I.OTS 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 OB0151P0077
WARD JIMMY & LORI
RR 5 BOX 4260 ,
LAKEBUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 56 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
DESC IN OR 80 P 195;
196 R0263000 HX $526.50
20-06r19-47-000-0570-0
10.11 AC OB0167P0500
CUBiEDGE FREDRICK & DANET
RR 2 BOX 697-57
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL # 57 WORTHINCGSON
SPRINGPLIANTATION AS DESC
INOR79P 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
LAKE BUTLER, FL 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 BUTTER, FL,
32054-9802


PARCEL #62 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGSPIANTATION AS DESC
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
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF W2/3 OF
WI/2 OF NW1/4 & RUN
N01*12'42"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
PIANTIQN DESC IN OR
, 137/540:


201 R0264300 HX $740.95
20-06-19-47-000-0700-0
11-3 OAC OB0192P0584
REED SARAH E
PO BOX 107
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697-0107
LOT 70 & 71 WORTHINGTON
SPGS

202 R0266500 $106.33
21-06-19-00-000-0150-0
.93AC OB01641P0647
ELLISJ.IOEL & LINDA
RR 2 BOX 753
LAKE BUTLER. Fl,
32054-9547
COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
SW1/4 OF SEC 21 & TH RUN
W TO RR R/W TH RUN NE'LY
ALG RR R/W TO SR/W/L, OF
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

203 R0268500 HX $280,26
21-06-19-33-000-0020-0
1.80AC OB0139P0035
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,
L.00AC OB0218P0158
WILLIAMS BRENDA J &
I CURTIS MELISSA M
1001 SW 16TH AVE APT 83
GAINESVILLE, FL
32601-8443
LOT 3 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

205 R0268900 $156.45
21-06-19-33.4000-0060-0
1.00 AC OB0167P0619
ROLLINS ANN LOUISE
RR 2 BOX 751-R
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

206 R0269900 $498.96
21-06-19-33-000-0160-0
1.05 AC OB0187P0563,
DRAWDY THOMAS J JR
RR 2 BOX 751-1
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOT 16 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

207 R0271800 HX $471.08
21-06-19-39-000-0180-0
1.32 AC OB101221P0376
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
21-06-19-71-00040040-0
l.00AC B00136P0321
BERNAS GARY M & REBECCA S
RR 2 BOX 763A-4
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9546
LOT 4 ELMWOOD N SUB PLAT
BOOK 1/37

209 R0273600 HX $283.75
21-06-19-72-000-0020-0
1.96 AC OB0147P0685
BEEMAN DONALD W & BRENDA
RR 2 BOX 763-C2
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
I)OT 2 ELMWOOD SOUTH PILAT
BOOK 1/36

210 R0274800 $67.91
I 22-06-19-00-000-0081-0
10.00 AC OB0132P0485
HANNAH THOMAS A & MARIE T
RR 2 BOX 790 D
LAKE BUTLER. Fl, 32054
SE1/4 OF SWI/4 OF SE /4

211 R0274900 HX $152.78
22-06-19-00-000-0082-0
5.00 AC OB0216PO588
HAIlTAM DOROTHY A
RR 2 BOX 790 B
I.AKE BUTI.ER.I1. 32054
TH SW1/4OF SWI/40OF
SF 114 SEC 22; I-.SS AND
FXCITPT'THF N 1/2
212 R0275000 $477.23 '
22-06-19-00-000-0083-0
5.00 AC OB0218P0316
HI.TAM.I JOHN M
RR 2 BOX 796
I.AKEBUTLER FI 32054
EAST I/2 OF NE/i4 OF
S1/4 OF' SI.1/4 (5.00 40A

213 R0275100 HX $448.69
22-06-19-00-000-0084-0
5.00 AC OB0218P0316
HALTAM JOHN M
RR 2 BOX 789-E
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
WEST 1/2 OF NEI/4 OF
SW1/4 OF SE1/4 (5.00 AC)
(ORB 200, P 688) (SEC
22-6-19)

214 R0278000 HX $335.27
23-06-19-00-000-0140-0
6.00 AC OB0194P0697
CASTLEN PATRICK W & ANGEL
RR 2 BOX 809
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9551
N 220 FT OF SW 1/4 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 HX $159.68
26-06-19-00-000-0030-0
.50 AC OB0135P0386
MARSHALL JUDY GAIL
RR 2 BOX 804
IAKE BUFI.ER. Fl.
32054-9551
COM 4 TI/S OF N I.NE OF
NEI/4 OF NW1/4 & E R/W OF
SRS -18 4ATH S ON E R/W
LINE 485 FT TO POB TH E
(A4DDI I.EGAL. SE T4XROI.L.)
216 R0281200 HX $475.07
26-06-19-00-000-.0031-0
.50 AC OI016.3P0085
RAINEY LINDIA (.AIl. &
KIMBERlY DIANE RAINEY
RR 2 BOX 805
I 4KE IUTI.ER. FI. 32054
SEE OR 10.1 PAGE 653:;

217 R0282200 HX $247.37
S26-06-19-00.000-0075-0
1.67 AC OB0170P0646
PETERS MICHAEL A & INDIA
RR 2 BOX 793B
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM-@ INTW LN SEC 26 & S
ROW COUNTY RI) #18-A, TH E
40 FT, TH S 1120.20 FTTO
POB, TH E 324.30 FT, TH S
(ADD' IEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)

218 R0282500 HX .$224.29
26-06-19-00-000-0078-0
1.67 AC OB0138P0506
DUBOSE DAVID KEITH & SAND
PO BOX 116
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,.
32697
COM @ INT W I.N SEC 26, &
S ROWLN CO RD 18A, 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
50.03 AC OB0218P0077
IARGACCI SHERRY DENISE ET


RR.2 BOX 806
IAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9802
NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 & SW 1/4
OF SW 1/4 EXC ESMT DFESC
IN OR I09PAGE -
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 I. & LAUREL I,
RR 2 BOX 790-C
LAKE BUTLER, Fl,
32054-9551
COM AT POINT WHERE N ROW
LINE OF SR-18-A -
INTERSECTS W/W LINEOF
NWI/4 OF NE 1/4 SEC 27,
(ADD'I I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I)

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)
lake BUTLER. Fl. 32054
COM @ NE COR OF NWI/4 OF
NEI/4FOR POB & RUN SOUTH.
440 FT; WEST, 495 IT;
NORTH. 440 Il'; EAST. 495
(ADD'l, I.EGAL. SEE TAXROL.I.)
222 R0286600 $343.57
27-06-19-00-000-0110-0
9.60 AC OB02021P0357
THOMAS HARRY & RINDA
RR 2 BOX 808
LAKE BUTLER. FL,
32054-9551
THAT PART OF SEC 27 THAT
I.IES WITHIN THE FOI.OWING
I)ESC PRCI.COM @ SW COR OF
SEC 26 & RUN S89*03'27"W.
(ADD'L I.EGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)
223 R0288000 HX $157.38
28-06-19-00-000-0080-0
2.00 AC OB02071P0113
WATERS ROBERT & AMERICA
RR 2 BOX 742
LAKE 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
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
224 R0288900 $60.48
28-06-19-00-000-0131-0
.50 AC OB0189P0304
EDWARDS PATRICIA ANN
RR 3 BOX 1524
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FL 32054
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY:
A PARCEL OF I.ANI) 210 FT
SQUARE IN NW COR OF SW1/4
(ADD'I, ILEGAl. SEE TAXROLL)
225 R0290500 $560.98
28-06-19-00-000-0200-0
1.03 AC OB0204P0655
TODD) ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
COM AT NW COR OF SWI/4 OF
SEC 28 & RUN S 196 FTTH
RUN E 17.87 FT TO POIB TH
RUN S 161.01 FTTH RUNE
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)I
226 R0292900 HX $901.59
28-06-19-23-000-0290-0
.81 AC OB0192P10220
MCGRATH TONYA C
PO BOX 114
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697
THE S /2 OF THE FOLLOWING
I)DESCPROI': ONE.HALF ACRE.
+-, IN SWCOR OF BLK K IN
WORTHINGTON, BOUNDED ON
(ADD'I. I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
227 R0293000 $118.71
28-06-19-23-000-030-04
.49 AC OB0216P0300
TODDI) ERIC A
PO BOX 82
WORTHNGTON SPRINGS. F.I
32697
El/2 OF SI/2 OF BI.K 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
28-06-19-23-00-0310-0
1.09 AC OB0213P0006
KIRBY JOSEPH HENRY .JR
3834 SW SR 121
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697
COM AT A PT ON AClRY R/W
WHERE N LINE OF4TH AVE
INTERSECTSSAME & RUN W
ALONG N BDRY OF 4TH AVE
(ADD'L, LEGAL, SEE TAXROIL)
229 R0294100 HX $202.50
28-06-19-23-0014120.0
.22 AC OB0164P0032
CAPRILOZZI CHARGES & SHARE
PO BOX 315
WORHTINGTON SPRINGS. FI.
32697
LOTS 12 & 13 BLK- I
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
EMBRACING PATTONS SURVEY
& EXC TH N 61 FTAlSO E9
(ADD'l. IEGAL SEE TAXROLI,)
230 R0295600 HX $588.54
28-06.19.23-00740010-0
1,42 AC OB0118P0206
..SEAY MARINA & REGINA S
PO BOX 76
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI."
32697
LOTS I THROUGH 7, BIAOCK
7, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

231 R0295900 S45.99
28.06.19.23.008-040.0
.221 AC OI131P0424
SFAY V- FAITH
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl,
.326970076
LOTS 4 5 BLIK 8
232 R0296200 HX $445.47.
28.06-19-23-009-0020-0
.91 AC OB0107P0613
BENEFIEI.I) PATRICIA & JOHN
PO BOX 16
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS,. Fl.
32697
LOTS 2 THRU S INCL & IOTS
12 THUR 15 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS ENSEYS SURVEY
233 R0296500 $562.48
28-06-19.23010.0020-0
-38 AC OB00761P0.37
F-ERRES FIAO)YI & VVONNE
PO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI.
32697-04064
SLOT 2 & I.OT 3 BI.OCK 10
I.ESS RD R/W WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PATTON SURVEY
234 R0297000 HX $157.31.
28.06-19.23.013.-050-0
.57 AC O VARIIROUGH SHEIIA FAVE
PO BOX 106
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI.
32697-4106
SLOTS 5,26,7. BLOCK 13
PATTONSSURVEYOF
W IRTHINGTON SI'RINGS

235 R0300000 HE $161.98
28-.06-19.23.0294010.0
1.91 AC OB0I27P0685
WII.I ATMS BERNARDI H ETAIS
POBOX 38
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
326974038
IK 29.30 EMIIRACING
PATTON SURVEY EXC OR
i27/689 (.461 AI.SO WI/2
KIRKI.AND ST I. ING E OF
* IADD'I. IEGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)

236 R0303100 $211.8 8
28-06. 19-87-000- 070.
1.67 AC OB0203P0696
HANNA KEVIN T & SHERYI. I.
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE
GAINESVIIE.I-'. 32607
IOT 7 OF NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORI)ED IN
PIATBK2PC1i8, :
237 R0303200. $211.88
28-06.19-87.000.0080-0
1.67 AC 0110208P0022
HANNA KEVIN T & SHERYI. I.
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE


GAINESVII.I.E. FI, 32607
IOT 8 OF NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PI.AT IK 2 P; 18
238 R0304200 $214.79
29.06-19.00-000.0051.0
2.00 AC OB0058POS52
SNYDER IDA RAE & EVERETT
.RR 2 BOX 699
LAKE BIUTI.ER. F l.
32054-9539
S 220 FT OF E 396 FT OF N
440 FT OF NW /4 OF NW /4
OF NEI/4 EXC EASEMENT AS
DESC IN OR 52 PAGE 639
lADDI)'I.EGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)
239 R0304300 $207.89.
29-06-19.00.-00524
200 AC OB0058P0551
SNYDER HARRY IEROY. ,
RR 2 BOX 700
I.AKI: IIUTI.ER. Fl.
32054-.9539


N 220 FT OF E 396 IFT OF
NWI/4 OF NWI/4 OF NE1/4
240 R0306600 $906.12
29-06-19-00-000-0109-0
1.09 AC 011013510524
BRANI) WILlIAM '1'IR & BARB
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C
GAINESVII.E, FL
32608.3506
COM @ SE COR SEI/4 OF
NW1/4 OFNEI/4. TH RUN N
295.09 FTr TO CENEI' LINE
DIRT RD & I'Ol, TH CONT N
(Ai)D'l I.EGAL. SEE TAXROI.L)
241 R0307000 $102.28
29-06-19-00-000-0130-0
1.00 AC OB0204P1'0655
TODI) ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697
COM AT NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SEC 29 & RUN S AI.G E/I. OF
SEC 196 FT TH RUN W 12.50
FT TO POB TH RUN W 200 FT
(ADD'I, LEGAL. SEE TAXROLI.)
242 R0308200 $276.00
29-06.19-56-000-0010-0
.50 AC O011351'0524
BRAND WILLIAM T JR & BARB
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C
GAINESVIILI,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 P'OB, TH N 290.6FT, TH
(ADID'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
243 R0309900 $124.64
30-06-19-00-000-0092-0
1.00 AC 0B0113P0497
I.AVENDER JIMMY I)
110 NW 39TH AVE
APT 93 B
GAINESVILLE. Fl,
32609-1704 -
COM SW COR SEC 30. TH F
1354.76 FT. TH N 461.67
FT TO POB: TH N 127.62
FT,'TH E 340.24 FT TO WLY
(ADD'I, IEGAi, SEE TAXROLL.I.)
244 R0310800 HX $150.48
30.06-19-00-000-0140-0
10.00 AC OB0150P0443
CHRISTAKES THOMAS G ET AL
RR 2 BOX 652 Al
IAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THE El/2
245 R0312600 HX $171.81
304-06.19-27-000-0240-0
3.00 AC OB0071P0195
SHULER RICHARD & DOITIE
RR 2 BOX 660 F-1
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054.0063
LOT 24 BONNETT BI.UFF.
DESC AS COM @ NW COR SEC
31, TH RUN E346.78 FT TO
POB. TH CONT E 604.99 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI.)
246" R0312800 $86.43
30.46-19-40-000-0020-0
1.00 AC 0110114P0557
TESSLER MICHAELA & LINDA
4611 NW 6TH STREET LOT 3
GAINESVILLE, Fl. 32609
LOT 2 CREEKSIDE SUB DESC
OR 114/557
248 R0313900 $290.58
30406.19-40.000.0130.0
3.28 AC OB0098P0510
HENDERSON DAVID W & JUDIT
4508 DEVONSHIRE RD
TAMPA. 1- 33643
IOTS 13 CREEKSIDE
249 10314200 HX $155.08
30-06-19-40-00-0160-0
2.57 AC OB0096P0057
SMITH BARBARA JEAN
P OBOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL,
S32697 0095 ;. .-,. '
LOTS 16 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION i '
250 R0314300 $271.17
30.46,19-404000-0170-0
3.I5AC OB0110POO03
:GRIGSBY DANNY JOE
PO BOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697
.OT 17 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION
251; R314800 $744.56
30406.19.40.00042204
3.19 AC OB0105P0090
NETTI.ES DAVID & COI..EEN
RR 2 BOX 694 C22
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
IO)TS 22 CREEKSIDE SUB AS
DESC IN OR 67 P 215:
252 R0317000 $605.61
306-19-68.000-0120-0
4.14 AC OB0214P0213
BARKER .IENNIFER MICHI:I.I.E
RR 2 BOX 969
lake BUTI.I.R. Fl. 32054
ILOT 1. RIVERBEND ESTATES.
SEE ORB 214. P 213 FOR
METES & BOUNDS LEGAL.
DESCRIPTION
253 R0317400 HX. $150.48*
3046-19-68-000.0160-0
1.84AC OB0215P0617
CRIBBS CHARLES J. & BARBAR
RR 2 BOX 963
LAKEBUTIER, FL 32054
LOT P RIVERBEND ESTATES;
ORB 120.237
254 R0317800 $316.62
30-06-19-68-000-0200-0
1.00 AC OB01771P0698
INGI.ET1 KATHR N FE
1 RR 2 BOX 956,
LAKE BUTLER. Fl, 32054
LOTT RIVERBENID ESTATES;
ORB 118-456

255 R0319500 $243.04
30-06.19-68-000.04.30-0
2.43 AC OB0212P0293
FORD DONNA M
9*5 SW HARTFORD WAY
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
PARCEL QQ DESC OR 117/602
256 R0325300 HX $338.55 '
01.05.20-00-000.0070-0
2.50 AC OB0202P0230
)I4)1BS MICHAEl. A
PO ROX 267
RAI-FORD. FI. 32083-0154
LSEI/4OF SE1/40 F NEl/4
OF SEI/4
257 R0327300 HX 5437.85
12-05-20-00.000-0022.0
.50 AC OB0144P0184
DINSMORE JOHN .JR
SPO BOX 232
RAIFORD. Fl. 32083
EI/ OF SI/2 0F2AC IN NE
COR NEI/4 OF SE1/4 BEING
420 FT N & S BY 210 FT F.
& W SUBI TO EASEMENT
ACROSS N 20 FT THRF.RO
258 R0334600 HX 5$157.38
17-05-20-00-000-0070-0
2.00 AC OB0100P0030
BALI.I. LEONARD N & JUDITH M
RR 4 BOX 2035
I.AKE BUTI.F.R. FI 32054
AUDIT SUIECT 94 COM AT NI.


COR OF NWI/4 OF SE1/4
THENCE RUN SO 0 DEG 43MIN
W OF 637 FT N84 DEG 24MIN
,(ADD'LLEGAI;SEE TAXROLL)
259 R0.33900 1HX $407.94
22-045.-20-00-000.0110-0
.50 AC OB0131P0495
STEVENS YVONNE
POBOX 1
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
BEG SW COR MAURICE &
ANGELINE BRANNENS
PROPERTY & NW ALONG SR
R/W 235 FT TO POR TH NE
IADD'L I.EGA1. SEE TAXROI.I.,
260 R0341200 ;HX $159.68
23-.0,20-00.4-00090-0 '
.50 AC B110039P0788
THORNTON MARVIN I,
1R1I BOX 431
LAKE.BUTLER, FL,
32054.9801
COM AT I/S OF N'IY R/W


ILINE OF ACI. RR WITH E
LINE O' W 1/2 OF NE 1/4
TH RUN N 99.31 FT TO I'T
(ADD' II.EG;AI, SEI' TAXROII.)
261 R03.43100 HX $791.05
23-05-20-00-Of)-0282-)0
I.11 AC OB01791'0204
TANNER VERLON (;ENE & BRYA
CATHIRINI.:
P'O BOX 314
RAIFORI). FL. 32083
COM @ INTOFW L.N O1'
NE1/4 OFSWI/4 & N'I/ VR/W
OFACLRR & RUN
N59*49'15"E, ALN(; N'LY
(ADD'l, I.E(;AI SEE TAXRO.L).)
262 R0344000 HX $508.66
23-05-20-00-000-0351 -l-0
4.40 AC 011019910697
GRIFFIS 'AUI. C
RR 1 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.(BK199
PG698)
263 R0355400 HX $829.38
29-05-20-00-000-0150-0
.35 AC O1101851'0522
I.AVERN I) & EVELYN J MAST
215 N E 8TH AVENUE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF El/2 OF
SW1/4 & RUN N02*23'40"W,
AILNG W IDY THEREOF, 765
FT; N85*36'20"E., 36.02 FT
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
264 R0355500 $190.17
29-05-20-00-000-151-0
.35 AC O1B01941'0067
TAVERN I) & EVEI.YN .1 MAST
215 NE 8TH AVENUE
IAKE 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'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROII.)
265 R0365000 HX $1239.27
29-05-20-05-011-0030-0
.24 AC OB0039P0492
BRANCATI JUNE
P.O. BOX 312
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
LOT 3 BI.K II STRICK1.AND
HEIGHTS
266 R0376400 HX $159.68
30-05-20-00-000-0870-04
1.72 AC OB0200P0146
DOUGILAS ROBERT W
1160 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTLER. FlI,
32054-1406
COM AT I/S OF W BDRY OF
GOV L.OT 8 & S BDRY GS & F
RR FOR P1OBRUN S ON W BDRY
GOV I.OT 8 215 FT SE
(ADD)' L IEGAi. SEE TAXRO.I.)
267 R0377600 HX $823.01
30-05-20-00-000-0908-0
1.00 AC 0B0204P1'380
STITT THOMAS S & PAUI.ETTE
RR 4 BOX 2995.
LAKE BUTI.ER. FL, 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SW 12TH
AVE & HWY 238 & RUN WEST,
246.48 FT.ALNG N R/W OF
238 TO POB. WESTAI.NG N
(ADD'l. IEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
268 R0379600 HX $165.90
30-05-20-09-000-0060-0
.14 AC OB0192P0505
TOMLINSON FLOYD WAYNE &
DOROTHY ELLA
105 NW 4TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
105 NW 4TH AVE COM 210 FT
N OF NE COR MAIN & D)EKIE
STS & RUN E 100 FT N 50
FT W 100 FT & S 50 FT TO
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
269 R0381400 HX $783.97
30-05-20-10-003-0020-0
.63 AC OB0194P0143
CLEMONS CHARLOTA L.
180 SW 9TH AVE ;
I.AKEK UTIER, F l',.2054 ,
SI/2 I.LK 3 BEING 175 FT
ON W SIDE & 125 FT ON E
SIDE 1) E KNIGHTS ADDITION
270 R0381600 $157.88
30405-20-10-004-0011-0
.41 AC OB0193P0435
JACKSON TIMOTHY I. & CORA
175 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NORTH 1/2 OF BLK 4,
KNIGHT'S ADD'N TO CITY OF
LAKE BUTI.ER AS PER PB 1.
P 2. UNION CO, FIORB
193, P 435) (SEC 30-5-20)
271 R0381800 $75.67
30-05-20-11-000-0011-0
.12 AC OB0118P0284
JENKINS JOSEPH W
725 SW 1ST TER
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-1554
COM @ SE COR BYRD VERNER
LOT TH N 105.07 FT, TH W
50 FT, THS 105.07 FT, TH
E 50 FT TO POBORI 118-284
272 R0383300 $1475.52
3045-20-11-002-0250-0
.22 AC OB0214P0316
THOMAS JOHN B & NATAILLE K
430 NW 2ND STREET
I.4KE BUTI.ER. FI. 32054
I.OTS25 & 26 BI.K 2
MCKINNEYS ADD TO LAKE
BUTLER
273 R0383600 $1240.16
30-05-20-11-003-0120-0
.29 AC OB0211P0297
COX WAYNE M & DAWN
C/O C & S OUTDOORS
POBOX 598
lAKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-0598
LOTS 12, 13. & 14 OF
BLOCK 3, MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION LESS & EXCR/W OF
SR 100; 1/2 OF LAND
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
274 R0363700 $325.72
S30-05-20.11-003-0150-0
.19 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARL
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9027
LOTS 15 16 17 & 18 BILK 3
EXC R/W OF SR 100 MC
KINNEYS ADDITION
TOWNHOUSE RESTAURANT ALSO
Sl/2 OFAD.I 15 FT ALLEY
275 R0384000 $380.43
30-05-20-I 1-003-0280-0
.12 AC OB0084P0181
GRIFFIS CARL
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, F.i, 32083-9027
LOT 28 BI.K 3 MCKINNEY'S
ADDN TO CITY OF LAKE
BUTI.ER ALSO N 1/2 OF ADJ
15 FT ALLEY ALSO NI/2 OF
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROII.)
276 R0384100 $217.81
30-05-20-11-003-0290-0
.06AC 0B0084P0181
GRIFFIS CARl.
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FL 32083.9027
LOT 29 MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION


277 R0384200 $108.86
30.05.20-11-003-0320.0
.18 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARL,
RR 1 BOX 326
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083-9027
LOTS 30,31,32, BLK 3
MCKINNEY ADDITION
278 R0384400 $1052.17
30.05-20-11-004-0011.0
.38 AC OB0172P0360
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOTS I THROUGH 6. E1/3 OF
LOT 14. AND AIL OF LOTS
15 & 16, BLK 4.
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
279 R0384500 $493.39
30-05.20-11-004-0070-0
.04AC OB01601'0114
TURKNETT JOHN


PO BOX 296
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK.4
MCKINNEYS ADD & COM & NW
COR 1.01 7 BI.K 4FOR POB.
THE 70.12' FT. TH N 12.07
(ADD'l. I.EGAl. SEE TAXROII,)

280 R0384600 $1051.44
30-05-20-11.004-0110-0
.18 AC 0B0180P0410
COI,UMBIA PROPERTIES OF
LAKE CITY INC
517 COUNTRY CI.UB RD
LAl.k CITY. FI, 32025
I.OTS 9,10.11,12. HBLOCK 4
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
281 R0385000 $270.53
30-05-20-11-004-0190-0
.11 AC
GREEN CHARL.ES I. .R
110 NW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-1627
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD EXC E 3 FT
OF ILOT 20 AND N 83 FT
OF.LOT 21

282 R0385800 HX $212.31
30-05-20-11-007-0090-0
.34 AC OB0174P0164
WIILIAMS DAVID & BIOBBIE
530 SW 1ST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOTS 9 TO 14 INCL BI.K 7
MCKINNEYS ADD
283 R0388300 $706.43
30-05-20-11-023-0050-0
.22 AC
DILLARD LEOI.A
PO BOX 1323
HIGH SPRINGS, FL,
32655-1323
LOT 5 & 6 BI.K 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
PLANT CITY, Fl. 33567
LOTS 7 & 8 BILK 25
MCKINNEY ADD
285 R110389800 $62.76
30-05-20-11-031-0050-0
.11 AC OB0165P0128
RIDGEWAY ALEXIS
50 NW 10TH AVE LOT 7
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 5 BLK 31 MCKINNEY'S
ADD
286 R0390300 HX $155.08
30-05-20-11-033-0020-0
37 AC OB0132P0639
ALEXANDER LUCY
817 SW 2ND STREET
LAKE BUTI.ER. FL, 32054
THAT PORTION OF LOTS 2 3
4 5 & 6 BLK 33 MCKINNEY'S
ADD TO IAKE BUTLER; EXC
DOT ROW:
287 R0390400 HX $222.67
30-05-20-11-034-0010-0
.08 AC 0B0135P0184
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
LAKE BUTLER. Fl,
32054-0164
ALL OF BLOCK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION EXC
PART DESC IN OR 25 PAGE
445 SOLD TO A J CRAWFORD;
EXC DOT ROW;
288 R0390500 $430.29
30-05-20-11-034-0020-0
.21 AC OB0058P0221
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
lAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0164
COM AT NE COR OF BLK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADD FOR POB TH
RUN NW PARA WITH R/W OF
SHORT ST 143 F' TH RUN SW
(ADD'I. I.EGAIl S F T4QAp)
289 R11391200 $62.51
30.05.20-11-036-0030.0
.11 AC OB0031P0047
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, Fl. 32606
LOT 3 BLK 36 MCKINNEYS
ADDN
290 R0391600 $346.36
30-05-20.11-036-0071-0
.11 AC OB0080P0100
SMITH LUKE JR
/ 660 SE 3RD STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2210
Sl/2 LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 36
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
291 R0391800 $192.29
30-05-20-114-037-0050-0
.11 AC
MARSHALL RUSSELL.. & IOUISE
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVII.1LE; FL 32601
LOTS 5 6 BIK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADD
292 R0391900 $296,08
30-05-20.11-037-0070.0
.11 AC OB0095P0430
WILLIAMS EIAINE & RUSSEI.L
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
SGAINESVII.LLE, FL 32601
LOTS7 & 8 BLK 37 .
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
293 R0392000. $732.88
30-05-20-11.037-0090-0
.11AC OB0205P0054
WEBB THOMAS E SR & FEI.CI
555 SW 5TH STREET
'LAKE BUTI.LER, FL 32054
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD
294 R0392100 HA $234.69
30.05-20-11-037-0110-0
.11AC OB0145P0391
WEBB JAMES I. & SHERRY A J
860SW ISTST
LAKE IIUTI.ER, PFIL
32054.0503
LOTS 11 & 12 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD DEED REFERS
TO BIK 30
295 R0392800 5$38.92
30.05-20-11-040-007040
.04 AC OB0148P0472
GREEN JOE & MARY
PO BOX,73
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054 "
RUBYE T ANDREWS UR CD
LOTS 7 & 8 BLOCK 40
MCKINNEYS ADDITION
296 R0392900 $517.08
30-45-20-11-040-0120-0
.0S AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HENRY ALLEN .
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD. FL 32772
LOT 12 BLK 40 MCKINNEYS
ADDN.
297 R0393900 HX $150.48
30405-20-12-00E-0060-0
.07 AC OB0146P0553
ZERBA HARI.AND L & CATHERI
50 NW 10THAVE #6
I.AKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 BLK E BI. NEWSOM
ADDITION
298 R0395300 HX $847.09


30-05-20-13-001-0012-0
.28 AC OB0074P0235
WII.LIAMS DANIEl I, & MARY
150 N LAKE AVE.
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-1736
LOTS I & 2 EXC N 50 FT &
EXC S 70 FT OtININAL TOWN
299 R0398700 $926.93
3045-20-13-409-0030-0
.20 AC OB0064P0578
SMITH VIRGINIA E
PO BOX 445
IlAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-0445
VIRGINIA SMITH LIFE
ESTATE COM @ NW COR BI.K
9, TH RUN S 100 FT TO
POB. TH E 105 FT, THS 85
(ADD'l. ILEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
300 R0401100 HX $323.10
30-05-20-13-019-0481.0


.15 AC 0B0162P0526 ,
THOMAS WESI.EY KEITH &
JANET YVONNE
185S I-AKE AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2139
S 65 FT OF IOT 48 BLK 19
ORIG TOWN EXC ROW OF ANY
AND ALLSTREETS
301 R0403600 $559.48
30-05-20-14-000-0080-0
.22 AC OB0205P0204
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR 2 BOX 690
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 8 RUBYES SUB RUBYE'S
SUB
302 R0403700 $261.83
30-05-20-14-000-0081-0
.22 AC 1OB0205P0205
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR 2 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 .LOT2, TH RUN W 128
FT TH S 273 FTTH E 58 FT
TH S TO RY R/W TH E70 FT
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
304 R0408900 $933.51
31-05-20-00-000-0470-0
2.60 AC OB0180P0048
DIEMEMBER ALICE ETAL
PO BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-0275
COM W SIDE DIEKLE ST AT
I/S SCHOOLHOUSE ST & RUN
S 1010 FT FOR POB THEN S
230 FT W 213 FT N 230 FT
(ADD'I, IEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
305 R0413200 $497.37
31-05-20-00-000-0781-0
.30 AC OB0085P0159
MILLER PAUL MARTIN
RR 2 BOX 751-A2
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
THE N 140 FT OF THE
FOLLOWING DIESC PROPERTY
COM ON E/L OF SEC 31 50
FT S OF RR RUN S 420 FT W
(ADD'L IEGAL, SEE TAXROLL)
306 R0416100 $344.69
31-05-20-16-000-0010-0
1.22 AC OB0103P0337
HALLMARK BETTY L1
C/O AVCO FINANCIAL
925-D N TEMPLE AVE
STARKE, FI, 32091
E 142.5 FT LOT 1, T E
DEKLE IST ADDITION & E
1/2 LOT 2. & W30 FT LOT
I;
307 R0418200 $526.96
31-05-20-16-000-0150-0
.24 AC OB0056P0620
DUNAVANT JAMES CARROLL,
717 NE 5TH TER
GAINESVILLE. FL,
32601-4304
EI/2 OF NI/2 LOT 15
DEKLES FIRST ADDITION TO
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
308 R0419100 HX $386.00
31-05-20-16-000-0173-0
.24 AC OB0103P0007
WRING JAMES G.
525 SW 4TH ST.
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE E 1/2 OF S 1/2 OF BLK
17 DEKLE'S FIRST ADDITION
309 R0419200 $298.57
31-05-20-16-000-0180-0
.99 AC
MANN EVELYN B & JOHN M II
RR 2 BOX 204
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9619
LOT 18 DEKLES1ST ADDN' -
310 R0419500,4 A2" /,:i
31-05-20-14 -0200o 0- -
.49 AC OB0101P0278
MANN EVELYN & JOHN
RR 2 BOX 204
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054.9619
NI/2 LOT 20 DEKLES IST
ADD
311 R0420300 HX $199.58
31-05-20-16-000-0230-0
.35 AC OB0155P0664
RAINEY ALLAN & TERRI
362 SW 4TH ST
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-9712
THE N 1/2 EXCEPT THE E 60
FT OF BLOCK 23, DEKLE'S
FIRST ADDITION TO THE
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER
312 R0420700 HX $157.38
31-05-20-16-000-0240-0
.38 AC 0B0217P0685
NORCZYK JEFFERY
355 MELROSE LANDING BLVD
HAWTHORNE. Fl. 32640-4422
STARTING AT COR LOT 24 AT
SW 3RD AVE & 4TH ST, GO S
110.5 FTTO POB; GO W 172
FT, TH S 98 FT TH E 172
FT N 98 FT TO POB,
313 R0422200 $93.35
31-05-20-17-000.0011-0
.16 AC OB0078P0632
JACKSON ETHEL ET AI.S
846 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
SI/2OF E1/2 LOT I TE
IDEKLE 2NDADD
314 R0422300 $376.86
31-05.20-17-000-0012-0
.16 AC OB0078P0632
JACKSON ETHEL EST OF
C/O EVELYN SMALL
846SW ISTST
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 70 FT SOUTH OF
NORTHEAST CORNER OF LOT I
AND RUN WEST 105 FEET
SOUTH 70 FEET EAST 105
(AD)D'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.)
315 R0422900 $191.95
31-05-20-17-000-0060-0
.50 AC OB0078P0632
HADLEY LUCILLE
145 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1509
LOT 6 S OF RR T E DEKLE
2ND ADEXC OR 92 PG 548;
316 R0424600 $1254.14
31-05-20-17-000-0180-0
.49 AC OB0119P0687
WATKINS AILFRED JR & LUCIN
PO BOX 341
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-2135
El/2 LOT 18 DEKLFS 2ND
ADD
317 R0426600 $620.24
31-05-20-19-000.0041-0
.56AC OB0097P0645
HAMM ROGER & GWENDOLYN
410 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTLER, 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 NEIL A & ROBIN J
280 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054.2010
THE W 1/2 OF THE N 1/2 OF
BLK 8 TOWNSEND'S ADD TO
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER IN PB
1 P 8 PR OF UNION COUNTY
OR 19 P 532
319 R0428900 $682.65
31-05-20-20-008-0040-0
.19AC OB0147P0212
ATLANTIC MORTGAGE & INVES
CORPORATION
4348 SOUTHPOINT BILVD SUIT
JACKSONVILLE. Fl. 32216
SE 1/4 EXC N 21 FT OF BLK
8 I.AGERGREEN
320 R0430700 $1179.59


31-05-20-21-024-0010-0
.74 AC B011014310152
MOCK EZRA ET AIS
RR 4 BOX 2555
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
LOTS I TO8 INCi, IK 24
IAKE BUTLER HIGHLANI)S ADD
IN S1/2 OFLOT 9 NOT IN
CITY

321 R0432800 HX $1007.49
31 05-20-25-000-0180-0
.26 AC OIM208P0096
FLOYD DONALD) & I)EBORAH
517 SW 13TH STREET
IAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
LOT 18 SHAWS ADD)I

322 R0433100 $1409.15
31-05-20-25-000-0210-0
.29 AC OB0030P0364
ROGERS DENNIS I' & GIOYCE
PO BOX 23
RAIFORD, FL 32083
LOT 21 SHAW'S ADDITION
323 R0435400 $4983.56
32-05-20-00-000-0090-0
9.36 AC OB0181P0302
VENTURE REAL ESTATE INC
TRUSTEE LAKE BUTLER MHP
12951 JULINGTON RIDGE DRI
.JACKSONVILLE. FL,
32258-3412
THE WESTERLY 200 ET 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 DESC IN OR
28 P215 & TH RUN SELY
ALG R/W/L 272.31 FT TH
SW'LY 23.53 FT TH NW'IY
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I)

325 R0435700 $532.26
32-05-20-00-000-0110-0
.27 AC OB0207P0100
THORNTON DONAID
725 E LAURA ST
STARKE. FL 32091
905 SE 5TH ST COM AT POB
AS I)ESC IN OR 271 I166 &
RUN N 124.81 TH1E 89.28
FTTH S 1/4FTN & TH W
96.20 FT TO POB :.'.

326 R0436500 $119.87
32-05-20-22-001-0011-0
31 AC OB0166P0020
JENKINS CHARI.ES
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
N 111.01 FT OFLOT I & E
49.1217 TOFN W111.01 FT OF
LOT 2. INBLK I,,1 W
STOWNSEND'S ADDITIONLESS &
(ADD'L .LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
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 1
.I.W TOWNSEND ADDITION
LEES ST ON W SIDE T R

328 R0437300 HX $157.38
32.05.20-22-003-0010-0
.12AC OB0184P0198
HIGHLAND MANEKA
770SE 2ND) ST
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF LOT 1.
BLK 3 &RUN WEST 100 FT:
SOUTH 55 FT EAST 100 Fl:
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 CHARLES WESLEY
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER. Fl,
32054-0105
LOT 3 BLK 3 J W TOWNSENDS
ADD P ". 10
330 R0438300 $172.97
32-05-20-22-004-0040.0 "'"
.83AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HEI'NRY ALLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FL 32772
LOT 4 BLK 4 J W TOWNSEND.
ADD EXC PARCEL 10 FT X 10
FIN SE'LY COR

331 R0438800 $64.36
32-05.20-22-006-0011-.0
.13 AC OB0156P0408
WATKINS LEON JR &
PO BOX 1936
HIGH SPRINGS. FL,
32655-19.16 -R'.
S 60 FT OF E 100 FT LOT
BLK 6-
332 R0439100 HX $321.29 :.
32-05-20-22-007-0011.-0
14 AC OB0037P0721
SIOCUM JOHN A & TAMI A
425 SE 5TH AVE -
IAKE BULEI.R. 11 320154 1
W 128FTO)FS85 tT<(N
185 FT OF BLK 7 .1W
TOWNSENDS ADD
333 R0439200 HX $843.58 -
32.05-20-22-007-0030-0
.41 AC OB0075P0450 ?
BRISTOW MARY F &EUGENE.I I-.
435 SE 5TH AVE ."
LAKE BUTLER, FL -
32054-2617 ,
NI/2 LOT 3 BLK 7.1 W FT
TOWNSENDS ADD 1
334 R0439900 HX $199.20
32-05-20-22-008-0020-0 c
.20 AC OB0108P0022
PREVATT SHARI
415SE 6TH AVE .l
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NWI/4OF LOT 2 BLK 8.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD T H
335 R0440000 $77.51 *"-.
32.05.20-22-008-0021-0
.24 AC OB0086P0396 4
JENKINS RONNIE CHARGES -
2116 NW 2ND STREET --
GAINESVIJE, FL 32619 0
COM @ NW COR IT 2 BLK 8J
W TOWNSEND'S ADDN. THE E ,
98.25 FTTO FOB. TH CONT E P
68 FT, THS 130 FTTO
(ADD'LLEGAI, SEE TAXROI.)L
336 R0440200 $220.96 4
32-05-20-22-008-0023-0
.2OAC OB0179P0485 : -
MABREY ELAINE Ki
640 SE 4TH STREET S
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 -
COM @ NE COR LOT 2, BLK .
8, THE 166.25 FOR POB; ,; --
THE85FT,THS 120FT ; :
TO DITCH, TH SW'LYALG O ,
(ADD', LEGAL SEE TAXROLL); S
337 R0440400 $1037.43 |
.84AC OB0197P0225 '
PRITZ DAVID M & PHYLLIS E I *
PO'BOX 1897
*' HIGH SPRINGS, FL 32655 !S
THAT PART OF IOT 3. BILK 5 i
9, & LOT 2BLK 12. & A ",*.
PATTED UN-OPENED STREET ""
IYNG BETWEEN SAID LOTS 3
(ADD'L IEGAI SEE TAXROlI): -


338 R0442100 $243.09
32.05-20-22-017.0010-0
.22 AC OB0055P0449
JAMES JACOB D
2717 N W 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
THF N 1/2 OF THE N 1/2 OF
THEE I106.46 FT BLK 17.1
W TOWNSENADDITION 4
339 R0442400 $90.97
S 32-05.20-22-017-0020-0
29 AC OB0094P0726
BROWN.IUANITA
C/O HENRY ALLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FI. 32772
TH S 1/2 OF THE NI 1/2OF-
W 140FT BLK 17..1W
TOWNSEND ADDN.
340 R0442700 $56.66
32-05-20-22-017-0032-0
.11 AC OBO155P0061
BROWN .UANITA








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C/O HENRY AI.ILEN
' POBO6X 1411
SANFORD. FI, 32772
N 1/2 OF S1/2 OF W 106.46
VT OFE 212.92 FT BLK 17.1
W TOWNSENDS ADDITION.
341 R0443100 HX $150.48
32.05-20-22-018-0010.0
.20 AC OB0117P0295
) FUITON CURRIE L,
1 PO BOX 703
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
NEI/4 LOT I BLK 18,1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD
342 R0443200 HX $152.78
32-05-20-22-018-0011.-0
.20 AC OB0057P0228
JONES REBECCA FLEMING
334SW EXPLORER GLN
FORT WHITER, FL
32038-4024
NW QTR LOT I BLK 18.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD
.343 R0443500 $414.72
32-05-20-22-018-0021-0
.20 AC
JONAS ENOCH
805 SE 7TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NW QTR LOT 2 BLK 18.1 W
TOWNSENDI) ADD
344 R0444000 HX $152.78
32-05-20-22-018-0042.0
.20 AC OB0171P0239
JEFFERSON VICTOR
865 SE 7TH PI,
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-2905
W1/2 S1/2 LOT 4 BLK 18.)
W TOWNSENDS ADD
345 R0444100 $99.86
32-05-20-22-018-0043-0
.20 AC
JEFFERSON RUFUS
865 SE 7TH PI.
IAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-2905
El/2 OF SI/2 OF LOT 4
BLOCK 18 J.,W. TOWNSENDS
ADDITION.
S 346 R0444800 $287.26
32-05-20-22.020-0010.-0
1.73 AC OBOO32P0684
RIGGINS CURTIS & ELIZABET
3421 ST .IOHNS AVE. APT 60
PALATKA. FL 32177:
BI.OCK 20.1 W TOWNSENDS
ADD
347 R0454200 $52.02
03-06-20-32.000.0461i-0
5.50 AC 0B0156P0542
TURNER RONNIE A & KAREN A
P O BOX 644
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-1861
I.OT K DESC AS COM SW COR
SEC 2TH E 438.95 FT. TH N
358.01 FT,. TH W 290.73 FT'
TO POB:TH W 294.29 FT. TH
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
348 R0456700 $165.52
06-06-20-00-000-0090.0
;.00AC OB0211P0509
STONE RHONDA E
PO BOX 3124
LAKE CITY. VI., 32056-3124
COM AT SW COR OF NI/2 OF
S1/2 OF LOT 5 SEC 6 & TH
RUN E 703,FT TO POB TH
RUN E-315 FT TH RUN N 420
(ADD'L I.EGAL, SEE TAXROLL)
349 R0456906 $956.19
06-06-20-00-000-0092-0
1.00 AC OB0157P0073
CHAMBERS .IORDAINA CAGLE
RR 5 BOX 5790
LAKE BUTLER, FLf
32054-9641
COM SW COR NI/2 OF SI/2
LOT 5 SEC 6. TH E 808 FT
TO POB; TH E 210 FT, TH N
210FT,THW210 FT,THS 1,
210 FT TO POB
M IT. <) o!f.I
350 R0457000 M IX 1$1,4387 ..r
06.06-20-00.000-0100-0
1.00 AC OR0056P0563
SANDERSON GERALD) 1L &SUSA
RR 4 BOX 2424
LAKE BUTLER. FI.
32054.9605
FROM POINT OF BEG AS
DESCRIBED IN OR 26 P 742
TH RUN W 153 FT TH RUN S
284.84 FT TH RUN E 153 FT
(ADD'I. LEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
351 R0457500 HX $287.16


ft


06.06-20-00-000-0132-0
.50 AC OB0108P0105
SANDERSON E I, G L. S A
RR 4 BO1, 2427
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM @ INT OF N IN SI/2
GOV I.OT4. W CEN LN CO RD
231, TH W 641.37 FT. TH N
259.85 FT TO POlI TH S
(ADD'L LEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
352 R0462000 HX $596.13
06-06-20-00-000-0510-0
L.00 AC OB0128P0381
MOCK EZRA E
RR 4 BOX 2554
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL. 32054
COM AT INTERSECTION OF ST
RD S 231 & GRADED RD
RUNNING SE TH SE'LY ALONG
N BDRY LINE RD 210 FT TO
(ADD'I. I,EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
353 R0465500 $227.12
07-06-20-00-000-0090-0
2.00 AC
WOOTEN CHARLIE
2514 WEDGEFIEI.D BI.VI)
.JACKSONVILILE, FL
32211-4332
COM AT I/S OF S LINE OF
NI/2 OF GOV LOT 6 & E
LINE OF SR 231 & RUN N
480 FT FOR POB: TH RUN E
(ADD'L IEGAL SEE TAXROLLI)
354 R0468000 HX $519.38
07-06-20-67-000-0100-0
5.00 AC OB0111I0064
MASSEY WALTER GUY
RT 4 BOX 2781
I.AKE BUT.ILER. FlI 32054
PARCEI.J
355 R0468600 $249.80
07-06-20-67-000.0150-0
2.30 AC OB0153P0016
FORD DONNA
NORTH FLORIDA SEPTIC TANK
985 SW HARTFORD WAY
IAKE CITY. Fl, 32024
PARCEL O DESC OR I I I PG
200 DEERHAVEN SUB
356 R0475100 HX $152.78
10-06-20-43-000-0170-0
1.56 AC O0B01211'0241
ELIXSON JOHNNY G ET AIS
RR 4 BOX 2184
I.AKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
PART OF LOT 17 NEW RIVER
PIAN-TATION AS DESC IN OR
87 PG 322
357 R0479500 $311.49
19.06-20-00-000-0050-0
62.43 AC
MANN EVELYN & JOHN M II
RR 2 BOX 204
LAKE BUTLER. FL,
32054.9619
COM @ NW COR SEC 19. TH E
1393.46 FT, TH S 1303.23
TO POB, TH CONT S 985.47
FT, TH SE'IY ALG CURVE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI.)
358 R0487400 $229.85
26-04-21.00-000-0110-0
3.24 AC OB0001P0460
NORMAN DONALD CARIOS &
WA
RR I BOX 623-A
LAWTEY, FL. 3058.9605
E 182 FT OF THE W 330 FT
OFS/4OFW1I/2 OF SW1/4
OF SWI/4:
359 R0487500 $381.97
26-04-21-00-000-0120-0
2.58 AC OB0081P0587
NORMAN SHARON E
RR I BOX 622
LAWTEY, FL 32058-9605
W 148 FT OF S~4 OF WI/2.
OF SW1/4 OF SWI/4;
360 R0487600 HX $1062.36
26-04-21.00-000-0140.0
3.00 AC OB0048POO30
SNORMN JK4I(ARI).OS
WA 1.." "
RR I BOX 23-A, .....
LAWTE:Y, F'.Ui258.9605 ..
COM AT SW COR OF N 1/4 OF
NW 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SW
1/4 OF SEC 26 FOR POB TH
RUN S 198 FT TH RUN E 60W
(ADD'L IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
361 R0495300 HX ,$234.40
34-04-21-00-000-0012.0
5.00 AC OB0176P0313
THORNTON NATHAN W &
TONYA
PO BOX 365


RAIFORD, Fl. 32083-0365
COM @ NE COR NE1/4. TH W
165.0FT TH S 22.05 FT TO
S ROW CR S-125 & POl; TH
S 1317.33 FT. TH W 104.64
(ADD'I. LEGAI, SEE TAXROI.I.)
362 R0496300 $119.37
35-04-21-00-000-0040-0
19.00 AC OB10096P0346
GRIFFIS I.ESTER LOUIS
PO BOX 1122
GLEN ST MARY, Fl,
32040-1122
N 1/2 OF NW 1/4 OF NW 1/4
EXC I AC DESC IN OR 35 P
420 EXC OR 87 PG 421;
363 R0499400 HX $870.16
02-05-21-00-000-0040-0
10.00 AC OB077P0540
GRIFFIS .IOHNNIE I.EO & DEB
RR I BOX 302
RAIFORD, FI, 32083
SI/2 OF WI/2 OF S/2 OF
LOT 4
364 R0499700 $755.02
03-05-21-00-000-0010-0
73.87 AC O10093P0608
GRIFFIS .IJOHNNIE I.
RZR I BOX 302
RAIFORD. Fl. 32083-9025
WI/2 OF NEI/4 SEC 3 EXC
DB 14 PAGE 108
365 R0501000 $98.16
06-05-21-00.000-0011-0
15.00 AC OB0150P0456
SHADD EDWARD
PO BOX 205
RAIFORD, FL. 32083-0205
COM NE COR NW1/4 OF SW1/4
SEC 6, TH S 555.65 FT TO
NE'lY ROWCR 229, TH NW'IY
AIG ROW TO NE'I.Y ROW GRDI
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROII)
366 R0501200 $116.98
06-05-11-00-000-0021-0
1.45 AC OB0124P0337
BROWNING JANICE DEANNA
9710 SW 75TH WAY
GAINESVILLE,. FI, 32608
COM @ SW COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SW 1/4 SEC 6. TH N 238.29
FT FOR PIOB; TH N 370.09
FT TO ROW CR 229, TH
(ADD'L .LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
367 R0504200 $58.43
07-05-21-00-000-0180-0
.50 AC
CAMPBEI.. GI.ORIA .1 & CORNE
PO BOX 762
HARDEEVIILE. SC
29927-0762
COM 140 YDS E OF NW COR
OF NWI/4 OF SWI/4 & RUN E
35 YDS S 70 YDS W 35 YDS
& N 70 YDS TO BEGAN
368 R0504900 $91.52
07-05-21-00-000-0230-0
I.00 AC OB0041P0723
COPEIAND F.LORINE
C/O NATHANIEL COPELAND)
14150 SONNY COPELAND LANE
SANDERSON, FL. 32087-0217
COM AT NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SWI/4SEC 7 & RUN S ON W
LINE OF SAID SEC 7 A DIST
OF 40 FT TO POB THENCE
(ADD'LI LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
369 R0505000 HX $408.45
07-05-21.00-000-0240-0
35.94 AC OBOO97P0435
CREWS LESLIE JR & BARBARA
PO BOX 537
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083-0537
COM AT SW COR OF NW 1/4
OF SW 1/4 TH RUN N 380 FT
TO POB TH E 210 FT TH S
696.64 FT TO N R/W OF RD
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
370 R0505800 $342.72
07-05-21-00-000-0293-0
3.45 AC OBOO44P0316
RO RSW W & RITA E
7470 PAt)lSLA .E
KEYSTONE .I-GHTS,,PL. ,
32656-
COM AT I/S OF S I.INt. OF N
792.FT OF NW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 7 AND ROW LINE
OF SR-229 TH RUN S ON ROW
(ADD'LI LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
371 R0506900 $1.38.87
07-05-21-00-000-0342-0
1.88 AC OB0075P0015
COPELAND NATHANIEL
14150 SONNY COPELAND LANE
SANDERSON. FL. 32087-9701


E 144.45 FT OF W 667.36
FT OF SW1/4 OF SWI/4 I.YNG
S OF AIRLINE SPECIAL RI);
372 R0508700 HX $312.69
09-05-21-00-000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0149P0413
AINAREZ .AMES & LINDA
THORNTON CAROLYN
PO BOX 612
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0011
COM AT SW COR OF THE
SWI/4 OF NWI/4 & RUN
NORTH ON LAND) LINE 105 FI-
FOR POB THENCE RUN NORTH
(ADD'I, LEGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
373 R0511400 $981.29
17-05-21-00-000-0161-0
2.03 AC OB0204P0320
BRIDGES FRANKLIN A SR &
SHARON WOODS BRIDGES
RR I BOX 382T
RAIFORD, FI, 32083-9039
COM @ NW COR OF NWI/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN E'IX, 336.00
FT; S'LY, 780.19 FT;
NE'LY, 230.53 FT; NE'LY,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
374 R0512000 $507.20
17-05-21-00-000-0200-0
1.00 AC
RHODEN ADDIE G
RR I BOX 383G
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9039
COM SWCOR OF NWI/4 OF
NW1/4 & RUN E ON LAND
LINE 336 FT & N 208 3/4
FT TO A PT 208.75 N OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
375 R0512700 $1209.97
17-05-21-00-000-0240-0
.96 AC OB0155P0509
ROGERS WILBUR W & RITA E
7470 PARADISE LANE
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. FI,
32656
COM AT NW COR OF SW 1/4
OF NW 1/4 & RUN S ON W
B)DRY 315.3 FTTO S BIDRY OF
SR 121 TH NE ON RW 317.65
(ADD',L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
376 R0513000 $149.30
17-05-21-00-000-0280-0
.80 AC OB0161P0352
COLE .IAMIE L & MARIA E
PMB 91
11025 W BEAVER ST
.IACKSONVILLE, FL,
32220-2191
COM @ INT S ROW SR 121 &
W ROWSAPP CEM RD, TH S
250 FT TO 1IOB, TH W TO E
BK TURKEY CREEKTH S ALONG
(ADD'L, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
377 R0513300 HX $157.38
17-05-21-00-000-0290-0
.50 AC~' OB0043P0580
CAINE HENRY L & KELLY R
PO BOX 194
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0194
BEG AT THE NE COR OF
SW1/4 OF NWI/4 & RUN S
210 FT FOR POB TH RUN S
105 FT TH RUN W 210 FT TH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
378 R0515700 HX $157.38
17-05-21-00-000-0430-0
11.12AC OB0131P0037
JAMES F & KETSIA SIMEUS
3616 MOUNT CARMEL LANE
MELBOURNE,*FL 32901
COM @ NW COR SE1/4 OF
NW1/4 FOR POB, TH S 15.0
FT, TH E 420.0 FT, TH S
420.0 FT, TH W 420.0 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
379 R0516200 HX $518.44
17-05-21-00-000-0435-0
4.23 AC OB0189P0022
ANDERSON FORREST LUKE & H
RR I BOX 34
RAIFORD, FL 32083
COM @ NW COR OF SEI/4 OF
NW1/4& RUN N88*52'18"E,
ALNG N LNMTHEREOF, 26.42 iC)
FT 1TOF R/W OF SAPP
t' (AIIDD'I. EGAI.SEE TAXROLI. *
380 R0517000 $128.48
18-05-21-00-000-0010-0
.82 AC OB0128P0158
AUSTIN RODENCIA M & JUANI
PO BOX 684
RAIFORD, FI, 32083
COM AT SE COR OF NE 1/4
OF NE 1/4 TH RUN W 291.03
FT FOR POB; TH W 169.50
FT, TH N 210 FT, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


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FCAT
Continued from p. 1A
percentage rose six points from
14 in 2005 to 20 in 2006.
Faulk said that this is the
first time students are tested at
such a high standard and it
truly taxes the students.
"Third grade.is the first
opportunity that students have
to take the FCAT," Faulk said.
Students spend grades
kindergarten through third
preparing for their first attempt
at the this challenging
academic material. This test is
pressure laden and the students
fully understand the
importance of their preparation
and performance on the third-
grade FCAT."
The most important reason
the children get a passing
score-this test will determine
which students move forward
to fourth grade and which
students remain in the third
grade for additional
instruction. Social promotion
for third-graders was
eliminated in 2001 as a step to
ensure students are able to
meet the more rigorous
requirements of later grades.
Florida Governor Jeb Bush
even praised the efforts of
third-graders through out the
state.
"What an outstanding year'
of progress for.our third-grade
students and their teachers,".
Bush said. "They deserve five
gold stars. All students have
broken records on the state
FCAT and on our national
norm-referenced test, the
Stanford 10."
Faulk was also proud the
district did better than many
around it.
"Not only did the LBES
third-graders. score well at the'
state level, they also did well
among our neighboring school
districts," Faulk said. '"Our
students clearly out-ranked
most of the other school
districts."
Union County was second in.
the state as a district in math
and 17th in the state-in reading-
as a district. This is out of the
67 school districts in the state.
"We are in the top quartile;in
both reading and math.,' Faulk
said. "If our students maintain
these scores we have nothing
but high scores and blue skies
in our future. Please take every,
opportunity possible to
commend 'ottu, third-grade
students and all of the teachers
at the elementary school for, a
job well done."


James Redmond can,
reached at (386) 496-2261
uctimes@alltel.net

WS looking.
for board
members
The tow n of Worthingtc
S Springs is' looking.
,, establish a board
i directors for appeals at
procedures. If you are
citizen and would like to
on this board, contact tI
city office on Wednesday
between 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
(386) 496-1006.


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COUNTY Reading Math

Alachua 318 327

Baker 319. 330

Bradford 317 310

Clay 328 338

Columbia 316 321

bixie 307 307

Hamilton 300 307

Lafayette 308 329

Levy 314 319

Putnam 310 320

Union 323 346:

State 313 313


The chart above shows the mean average scores for Union and surrounding
counties as well as the state mean score average.



Summer fun should include swimming safety


Summer -time 'is quickly children, we must remember
approaching. As Union that our older children can
County closes out the school drown Just as easily,"
year.children will be looking Goodwin said. "We sometimes
forward to all the fun and have unrealistic beliefs that
exciting things they get to do they always follow our rules
on summer vacation. The one when we are not around."
summer time activity that they With this in mind, UCEMS
enjoy the most is also one of offers the following guidelines
the most dangerous things they to keep children safe while
can do-swimming. swimming:
"While it is important to. Whenever young children
realize that all drownings do are swimming, playing, or
not occur in the summertime, bathing in water, make sure an
notice should be taken that the adult is constantly watching
next few months are prime for them. This means that. the
people taking to the water," adult should not read, play
said Union County Emergency cards, talk on the phone, mow
Medical Sern ices Paramedic the lawn, or do any other
James Goodwin. activity that would distract
There are approximately them while watching the
9,000 deaths due to drowning children.
in the United.States every year. Never swim. alone or in
Statistics show that therre are unsupervised- places. Teach
eight to 10 times that many children to always swim with a
near drownings each year. "p I
Those involved -itr "ear Keep 'small children away
dro nings are, sated.hyeither from'buckets containing'liquid.'I
reaching safely or being Five-gallon buckets are a
resuscitated. particular danger. Always
Infants and toddlers topIhe particular danger n Alwaysuare
list in drowning deaths. In this done using them. n
group drowning is the leading do Never use alcohol when
" cause of death, supervising children. Teach
'Even though we keep older children about the
closer eye on the smaller dangers of drinking alcohol


Group forming
to restore
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of A group is forming to
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a formerly known as
be Townsend Pastures
he cemetery. For more
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at Small at (386) 496-2786 or
Keith Webster at (386)'496-
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Happy Birthday

TENNA
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LISTON


HEAVEN OR HELL? Tough choice? You would not think so. No one wants to go to hell, but
many do not believe that it exists. Why not? It is not because the Bible does not teach that it exists.
In Mark 9:43-44, Jesus said, "If your hand causes you to sin, cut it off. It is better for you to enter
into life maimed, rather than hating two hands, to go to hell, into the fire that shall never be
quenched % here "Their %worm does not die, And the fire is not quenched." In Luke 12:4-5, Jesus
said. "And I say to you, My friends, do not be afraid of those who kill the body, and after that have
no more that they can do. But I w ill. show you whom you should fear: Fear Him who, after He has,
killed, has power to cast into hell: yes, I say to you, fear Him!" Jesus regarded hell as a real place -
a place to be feared and avoided at all cost. The Bible tells us that hell is real. Second Thessalonians
1:8 tells, us that Jesus will in lake vengeance on those who do not know God and have not obeyed
the gospel. Do Nou.know God? Have you obeyed the gospel? If you have not, we want to help you
do so. It is not difficult to choose between heaven or hell.


Danville Church of Christ
S8704 SW SR 121
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386)496-1484 '
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Time of Services:
Stinday: 9 am Bible Study
S10 am Worship
5 pm Evening Worship
Wednesday: 7:30 pm Bible Study


and any water related activity.
0 To prevent choking, never
chew gum or eat while playing
in the water.
'Learn CPR. Thi's is
particularly .important for pool
owners and individuals who
regularly participate in water
recreation.. :
oDo not use air-filled'
swimming aids, such as "water
wings". in the place life jackets
or life 'preser ers with
children. These can give you a
false sense of security and.
increase the risk of drowning.
O Check the water depth
before entering'. The
American Red Cross
recommends nine-feet as a
minimum depth for diving or
jumping.
These are just a few steps
parents can take to keep our
kids safe this summer.


M. Wayne Smith


Smith
announces
intention to run
(The following is a statement
of intention to run for public
office submitted by the
candidate.)
I would like to thank the
citizens of Union County for
your support. It has been a
pleasure to serve you as your
county commissioner for
District 4 and as chairman of
county commissioners for all
citizens of Union County.
"Dedication, determination
and drive get the job done",
will be my promise to you in
the upcoming years.
I appreciate your continued
support for the next four years.
If you need assistance or have
questions, always feel free to
meet with me. personally or
call. It has been a wonderful
experience and opportunity to
serve you in the past. The
upcoming years will prove to
be more rewarding for myself
and the citizens of Union,
County.



Man is a gregarious animal,
'and much more so in his
mind)than in his body. He'
may like to go alone for a
walk, but he hatesto stand.
alone in his opinionsr.
-George Santayana


Kenneth and Alethea
Claytt


Clyatt's
celebrate
wedding
anniversary
Kenneth M. land Alethea
Clyatt will celebrate their 69'1
wedding anniversary on
Sunday, May 21. They were
married on May 21, 1937, in
Lake Butler.
The Clyatts were blessed
with four children; Verrell
Martin, Melaine and wife
Irma, Larry and wife Peggy, all
of Lake Butler, and Kerwin,
deceased. Their family now
includes 12 grandchildren, two
step grandchildren, 25 great-
grandchildren, 11 step great-
grandchildren and two step
great-great grandchildren.
They are lifelong residents
of Union County and long time
faithful members of Harmony
Free Will Baptist Church.
Cards of congratulation
would be enjoyed and maN be
;mailed to 12642 S.W. C.R.
239A, Lake Butler, FL 32054.

Esther 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., Thursday, June 15,
For more information, call
(386) 496-2045.


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On May 11, Little Rainbows Learning Center held its Pre-K graduation in the Lake
Butler Elementary School Cafeteria. Family and friends gathered to watch 49
graduates walk across the stage to receive their diplomas. Little Rainbows Owner
.Kim Bailey said she could have not pulled off the ceremony without a lot of help.
"My family really helped with the preparation of food and the setting up of the
cafeteria," Bailey said. "Without them, this never could have been accomplished."
The graduates donned traditional cap and gowns, just like their high school
counterparts. The ceremony has become an annual event and Bailey estimates that
more than 200 people came to watch the graduating class take their walk. "It's
always sad for us when they leave us, but we know they are going on to bigger and A
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Green, J.B. Godwin, Jadee O'Steen, (second row) David Kilgore, Trace Croft, Bethany
Roberts, MacKenzie Davison, Audrey Davis, Karmen Johnson, (third row) Savannah
Douglas, Bailey Garrett, Tyler Alexander, Ashton Douglas, Josie Godwin, (fourth row)
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Wilson, Ryan Young, Sarah Spears, Hannah Sanderson, (fourth row) teacher Karrie Rose,
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NFRCC Chairman Brad Carter presents owners of Southern Professional Title
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Professional Title owners, Darlene Lugin and Kay Waters. (Not pictured, Rochelle
Smith.)


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But, small businesses seem to be at a
disadvantage, especially rural businesses.
That's why the North Florida Chamber of
Commerce is teaming up with Florida
Farm Credit and Big Bang Marketing to
put on the region's first Growth and
Development Seminar.
The seminar, which will feature
speakers from Florida Farm Credit and
Big Bang Marketing, will be held on
Thursday, May 25, 10 a.m.-I p.m. Steve
Register, who is a manager for Florida
Farm Credit, will be speaking about
financing.
Because most small business owners
are unsure about getting a loan for
growing their business, Steve will
eliminate some of the myths about the
loan process as well _as provide insight
into how businesses can use financing to
expand their business and 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.


The other speaker in the seminar is
Mark Santiago, owner of Big Bang
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His company is new to the area and has
been consulting in the Jacksonville area
for the last few years prior to moving to
Starke. Santiago holds a bachelor of
business administration in marketing
from the University of North Florida and
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Santiago will be sharing a four step
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CRIME


Caregiver
charged with
stealing
A 60-year-old Hampton
woman was arrested last week
for stealing from her employer.
Lillian Underwood was
charged by Lt. Kenneth Hinds
Jr. with taking more than
$6,000 from an elderly woman
that she had cared for during
the past several years. The
wpman, who is in her late 70s,
would give checks to
Underwood to buy items for
her, Lt. Hinds said. The
investigation revealed
Underwood was paying her
own bills with the checks.
During the past several months
there are 44 checks in question,
Lt. Hinds said.
Underwood was arrested May
9 for exploitation of the
elderly. A $10,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.


BHS student
arrested at
school
A Bradford High, School
student was arrested May 12,
accused of having bomb-
making materials in his
backpack at school.
During an investigation into
smoking in a bathroom,
school staff detained and
searched several students'
backpacks and pockets. When
the staff found mercury, wiring
and an assortment of metal
parts in one student's
possession, the school resource
officer was contacted.
The boy, whose name is not
being released, was charged
with making, possessing,
throwing, projecting, placing
or discharging any destructive
device ... ----
"At this time we have no
knowledge of the student's
intention, but the items found
in the backpack are items
commonly found in homemade
bombs," Captain Michael
Burnette said.
The 16-year-old student was
taken to a juvenile detention
facility in Gainesville. He has
a prior arrest 'at the school for
possession of a drug.
The ... in estigation :is
continuing into the felony
charge.

Four charged
in school
burglary
Four juveniles were arrested
May, 14 in Clay County after
they were caught burglarizing
Keystone Heights Elementary
School.
Deputies responded at 2:07
a.m. to reports'of loud banging
noises, Deputy A.B. Graft
said.
The subjects had entered the
grounds by climbing over a
locked fence. They, removed 35
names signs and a fire alarm
pull sign from various doors
and walls around the school.
When they saw the deputy they
- fled from the gym by running
through a door and onto the
school football field, Deputy
.-Graff said,
The suspects were located
and all four admitted to' being
involved in the trespass, petit
'theft and burglary, .Deputy
Graff said. The juveniles were
S13, 14 and two 15-year-olds.
After being processed they
were released to their parents.
Total value of the theft was
$185. The signs were
recovered.
Starke
woman faces
drug charges
Patti S. Williams was seen
May 14 sitting in the driver's


side vofi vehicle stopped in, a'
driveway in the 1000 block of"
Thomas Street. Knowing
Williams' license was
suspended, the officer
attempted to block the vehicle,
but Williams drove forward
before stopping, Patrolman
P.A. King said. -As King
approached the vehicle.
W illiams slid '.' into the
passenger's seat. .. :,
During her arrest a zippered.
bag was found in her lap that
contained a clear plastic tube
with a small amount of'
cocaine. 'A white powdery
substance was found .on. the
outside of the driver's door
where Williams had dumped
the substance. Patrolman King
said. ..
Williams; 29. of Siarke-was'
charged by Patrolman King,
with driving while license
suspended or' revoked,
possession of" cocaine.
tampering with evidence 'and
possession of drug
paraphernalia..


Marquena Medley,. 59, of
Starke was arrested May 14 by
Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for disorderly conduct
and resisting arrest.- with
violence. Medley is" charged
with creating a disturbance by
using loud and abusive
language. She refused to be
'quiet and became combative-
and sw inging her fist when the
officer attempted to cuff her.
and'. place: her: in a patrol,
vehicle.' Patrolman Lowery
said.
Jeremy boren Morrill, 19, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
Ma\ 10 by Clay Det. R.
Smith for grand theft firearm.
Morrill is charged with taking
a .357-Ruger revolver on April
'2 wilijot 'permission. The
firearm wa~-valued at $400.
Donald Dwight Hodges, 55,
.of Glen St. Mary was arrested
May ,14 .by Starke Patrolman
Paul King for possession of
marijuana and possession of
dio ndaranhernalia. Hodres was


Keystone Wested after his vehicle was
stopped at 2:33 a.m. on U.S.
man charged 301- for an inoperative tag
ith light. A strong odor of burnt
With animal marijuana was coming from'
cruelty the -vehicle where the officer
found several butlls in the
A 46-year-old Keystone ashtray, Patrolman King said.
Heights man was arrested last A $2,000 surety bond was
week for animal cruelty. posted for his release from
Ronnie David Smith was custody.
" charged -with failing to take .- ......
care of his three pitbulls. One 1Monrbe Douglas Henry Jr.,
of the dogs had an injured paw 37, of Lake Butler was arrested
that deteriorated from infection _May 13 by Patrolman Lowery
and had .to. be -put to sleep,- for domestic battery. Henry is
according to Deputy J.J. charged with hitting the victim
Henderson. in,the face, Patrolman Lowery
Smith's probation officer said. He was released Ma\ 14
reported the injured dog to the after a $1,000 cash bond was
animal -control "officer who '-posted.
initiated an investigation,
Deputy Henderson said. All of Deseree Evans. 21. of
the dogs were in poor Melrose was arrested May 9 b%
conditionandhad-old-oars and Starke Patrolman Paul King
sores on their bodies. They .for ..disorderly conduct and
%were completely infested with -'ssault. Evans is charged with
fleas. Deputy Henderson said. causing a loud disturbance at
Smith stated he was under -the T.H.E. Apartments at 2:20
house arrest and could not get a.m.. She was told to leave
the animals to a vet. since she did not live there but
Smith was additionally later resumed with a baseball
charged with violation of bat and threatened to beat the
community control possession victim. Patrolman King said. _--
of cocaine. A $2,000 surety bond was
Bond was set at $503 on the, posted for Evans' release.
cruelty charge. -
Recent.... HrVe Waltron, 27, .of
a rrests -. Starke-4s arrested May 9 by
S: ford. Deputy Stephen
in Bradford ----vihs-for disorderly conduct
A....- .. -.V--, d:resisgting afr officer without
Clay or Unton violence. Waldron was taken
The following individuals into custody for creating a
were arrested recently by local I:isturbance outside a local
law enforcement officers in .funeral home. He was taken to
Bradford. Clay (Keysto e the-cemetery for the service of
Heights area) or Unione .family member but was
County: arrested when he continued to
.- .. causq. a _disturbance, Deputy
Gary WillardhVickers, 33:of' .-BYins said. He was released
Keystone Heights was arrested --*from custody after a $2,000
May 9 by Clay Deputy Daniel surety bond was posted Ma.
D. Eshelman for aggravated .: -- ..
domestic battery. Vickers s
charged with punching the Dennis Michael Finley 24,
victim in the face and breaking of Keystone Heights %%as
her arm when she tried to arrested May 9 by Clay Deputy
defend herself,. Deputy JJ.- Etheridge for possession of
Eshelman said. A two-inch cannabis. During a traffic stop
gash under her eye required the deputy found Finley had
stitches. The victim' was thrown a bag of suspected
transported to Shands Alachua -cannabis from the car. He was
General Hospital for treatment.' also cited for driving while
Vickers apparently became license suspended- or revoked
enraged- when he was told to (DWLS) and on a wanartait for
leave the victim's residence, violation of probation petit
Deputy Eshelman said. theft.


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Kimberly Marie Henry, 24,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 13 by Patrolman Lowery
on warrants from Union
County for failure to appear
petit theft and six counts
worthless cl'ecks. Bond was set
at $10,500.
John Warren Strickland Jr.,
34, of Lawtey was arrested
May 13 by Lawtey Patrolman
Kelly M. Brown for disorderly
intoxication and resisting
without violence. Strickland
was seen beating on a window
while yelling at an Olive
Street address. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage. Upon arrival at the
county jail, he attempted to
remain in the patrol car,
pulling away from the officer,
Patrolman Brown said. Bond
was set at $5,000.
Jason E. Michael, 29, of
Orange Park was arrested May
14 by Starke Patrolman S.E.
Swain for criminal mischief.
Michael is charged with
busting the victim's
windshield in the Mate's
Billabong parking lot at 1:04
a.m. He was intoxicated at the
time, Patrolman Swain said. A
$5,000 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Cody Lee Alston, 24, of
Starke was arrested May 12 by
Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
three- counts violation of
probation burglary of structure
with no bond.

Albert D. Jackson, 36, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
12 by probation officers for
violation of probation. He was
'released after a $1,000 surety
bond was posted.

Randy Allen Chesser, 24, of
Starke was arrested May 13 by
probation officers for \ kilation
of probation frautidulent use of
credit .. cards after he failed
several times to report to his
probation officer.

Andre Grey, 45, of Keystone
Heights was arrested May 10
by Clay deputies on a warrant
-for failure to appear exposure
of sexual organs.'
James Sanders, 21, of Starke
,was, arrested Mav 0 hv cyS't


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Kiser' fior failure to appear...-''.'-
loitering prowling. Bond was
set at $205. He was sentenced
to time served. .,,
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Clarence Green, -19, bof 0
_Lawtey was arrested May 9 by ...
Deputy Sapp for violation of
probation forgery, uttering a
forgery. Bond was set : at .
$5.000.

Joseph Williamson. 39, of
Starke was arrested May 10 by
probation officers for violation
of probation sexually
explicated and lewd, lascivious
conduct.

Stacey Bailey, 20, of Lawtey
was arrested May 10 'by
Bradford Deputy Black for
violation of probation forgery,
uttering forged bills.


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Thomas Bangle, 26, of
Hahira, Ga. was arrested May
10 by Bradford Deputy Sherri
Mann for aggravated battery..
with a deadly weapon,-"A
$2,500 surety bond was posted
for his release from custody.

Vincent Griffis, 43, of
Starke was arrested May 11 by
Bradford Deputy Drew Moore
on a warrant for uttering a
forged instrument. A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release.

Beverly Jackson, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 12 by Clay deputies on
warrants for worthless checks.
Kimberly Dnean Dover, 40,
was arrested May 13 by Union
Deputy Robert Manning for
failure to appear misdemeanor
offense with bond set at $500.

Matthew John Branca, 40, of
Tallahassee was arrested May
13 by Union Deputy Donnie
Jones for failure to appear
felony offense with bond set at
$2,500.
Shaideria Gecara. Watkins,
19, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 10 by Deputy Manning
for failure to appear for a
misdemeanor offense with
bond set at $500.
Gwain Dale Roberts, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
10 by Deputy Manning on a
warrant from. Columbia
County for violation of
probation. A cash only bond of
$248 was set.

Charlie Jonas, 18, of Starke
was arrested May 10 by
Patrolman King for failure to
appear DWLS, resisting
without violence and failure to
appear possession of alcohol
by person under 21. Total-bond
was set at $12,000.-.

Charlotte Vance, 47, o
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 10 by Clay deputies on a
warrant for domestic battery.

Christopher Stith, 38, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May' I by Clay deputies on
warrants for burglary and grand
theft.


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Gordon Gray, 44, of Orlando
was arrested May 1 I by Brown
for violation -of probation
,-grand theft.

Traffic

Sherry Martin Carlton, 37,
of Starke was arrested May 14
by Patrolman Lowery for
driving under the influence
(DUI). Carlton is charged with
making a left turn onto North
Temple Avenue (U.S. 301)
from Adkins Street into the
path of another vehicle.
Carlton's blood-alcohol level
was .18 percent, Patrolman
Lowery said. There were no
injuries in the 3:03 a.m. crash.
Damages were $15,000. She
was cited for violation of right
of way. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for her release from
custody.
Clifford David Bozarth, 35,
of Melrose was arrested May
12 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for DUI. Bozarth's Dodge
pickup was stopped on C.R.
12B at 7:26 p.m. His blood-
alcohol level was 17 percent.
He posted a $2,000 surety
bond for his release.
Theodore Roberts, 44, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 14 by Clay deputies for
DUI.

Dozie Brown, 64, of St.
Petersburg .was arrested May
14 by Hampton Sgt. A.J.
Gibson for DUI. Brown's
blood-alcohol level was .10
percent when his 1998 Buick
was.stopped at 10:30 p.m. on
C.R. 221.
William Vasco Forsyth Jr.,
67, of Starke was arrested May
15 by Sgt. Gibson for DUI.
Forsyth's blood-alcohol level
-was- *.16 percent when his ,-
Chevrolet pickup was stopped'
at 2:50 a.m..on C.R. 18.


Darlene Susan Stafford, 32,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested May 12 by Florida
Highway Patrol Trooper J.J.
Peck for DWLS knowingly
and attaching tag not assigned.
Surety bonds totaling $1,000
were posted for her release
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May 18, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 3B


OBITUARIES


Robert Batten
STARKE Robert John
Batten, 67, of Starke died
Monday. May 15, 2006. at
Malcom Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville following
a brief illness.
Born in Starke. on Aug. 20,
1938, Mr. Batten moved to
Starke in 1994 from Texas. He
was a truck driver and served in
the United States Navy during the
Korean War. He was of the
Baptist faith.
,Mr. Batten is survived by: a
daughter, Elizabeth Batten
Trevino of Mission, Texas; a
sister. Mary Berube of Cocoa;
and one grandchild.
Graveside services for Mr.
Batten will be held at 10 a.m. on
Friday, May 19. 2006, at Hope
Baptist Cemetery. Interment will
follow under the care of Jones
Funeral Home of Stairke.


Buford Hutcheson
STARKE Buford Lesley
"Bill" Hutcheson, 84, of Starke
died Monday, May 15, 2006, at
Windsor Manor Nursing Home
following an extended illness.
Born in Reidsville, Ga., on
June 22,. 1921, Mr. Hutcheson
was a longtime resident of
Bradford County. He was a
member of Victory Baptist
Church of Hampton. He was a
retired heavy equipment operator
for E.I. DuPont and served in the
United States Army during World
War II.
Mr. Hutcheson is survived by:
his wife, Marjorie Hall
Hutcheson of Starke; a son,
Bobby Hutcheson of Bronson;
two stepdaughters, Marlene
Phillips of Starke and Ann
Mathews of Interlachen; two
stepsons, Bubby Packham of
Starke and Matt Packham of
Gainesville; a sister, lnez Jay of
Houston; two grandchildren, and
one great-grandchild, 10 step-
grandchildrefin and 16 step-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Hutcheson will be held at 11 a.m.
on Thursday, May 18, 2006, in
the DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with
the Rev. Kermit Mathews and the
Rev. Jim Riley conducting the
services. Interment will follow
in Lawtey Cemetery under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.
The family will receive friends
at the funeral home on
Wednesday, May 17, 2006, from
6-8 p.m.


Elias Cardenas
LAKE BUTLER Elias S.
Cardenas, 66, of Lake Butler died
Wednesday, May 10, 200(. at
Haven Hospice-Roberts Care
Center in Palatka following an
extended illness.
Born in Texas, Mr. Cardenas
lived in Lake Butler for several
years. He was a retired farm
laborer.
Mr. Cardenas is survived by:
his wife Anna Cardenas, of Lake
Butler.
Funeral services for Mr.
Cardenas were May 12, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with
Brother Scott Fisher officiating.
Burial followed in Mt. Zion
Cemetery in Lake Butler.

Sarah Edwards
STARKE Sarah Freda
Edwards, 90, of ,Starke died
Thursday, May 11, 2006, at her
residence following an extended
illness.
A lifelong resident of Bradford
County, Mrs. Edwards was a
homemaker and member of New.
River of Life Church of God.
Mrs. Edwards is survived by:
two daughters, Shirley Seelig and
Jeanie Taylor, both of Starke;
three sons, Gerald Brantley of
Starke, Douglass Brantley of
Orlando and Kenneth Brantley of
Tallahassee; 17 grandchildren,
13 great-grandchildren and five
great-great-grandchildren. She
was preceded in death by a son,
Roger Brantley.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Edwards will be held at II a.m.,
on Saturday, May 20, 2006, at
New River of Life Church of God
with the Rev. Robert Johnson
officiating. Arrangements are
under the care of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke.

Mattie Haugli
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mattie
Lou Haugli, 69, of Keystone
Heights died Tuesday, May 9,
2006, at Haven Hospice in
Gainesville following, an
extended illness.
Born in Defeated, Ky., on May
16, 1936, Mrs. Laugli moved to
Keystone Heights in 1990 from
Orange Park. She was a member
of Lake Hill Baptist Church. She
was an associate at Sam's
Warehouse in Gainesville.
Mrs. Haugli is survived by:
her husband of 16 years, Ivar
Haugli of Keystone Heights; two
daughters, Teresa Snell -of


Keystone Heights and Tammy
Krause of Michigan; two sons,
Greg Mosley of Jacksonville and
Tim Mosley of Middleburg; four
brothers, Bruce Ison, Herb Ison,
Cliff Ison and Everett Ison; a
sister, Theresa Sue Ison of
Keystone Heights; five
grandchildren and the father of
her children, Floyd Mosley of
Middleburg.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Haugli were May 12, 2006 in
Lake Hill Baptist Church with
pastor Jim Snell conducting the
services. Interment followed in
Jacksonville Memory Gardens in
Orange Park under the care of
Jones Funeral Home of Keystone
Heights.



Allen Sawyer
LAKE BUTLER Allen Cyril
Sawyer Sr., 54, of Lake Butler
died Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at
his residence following an
extended illness.
Born in Key West, Mr. Sawyer
lived in Gainesville before
moving to Lake Butler in 2003.
He was a chef until ill health
forced his retirement.
Mr. Sawyer is survived by: his
wife, Debra Key Sawyer, of Lake
Butler; two daughters, Tammy
Howard of Alachua and Angeline
Sawyer of Lake Butler; two sons,
Allen Sawyer Jr. of Oklahoma
and Franklin Sawyer of Alachua;
his father, Harry Sawyer Sr. of
Key West; a, sister, Alice
Cervantes of Key West; two
brothers, Harry Sawyer Jr. of Key
West and Vernon Sawyer of
Williston; and eight
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Sawyer were May 13, 2006, in
the Lake Butler Ward of the
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints with Bishop Joshua
Smith officiating. Burial
followed in Oak Grove Cemetery
in Lake Butler under the care o.f
Archer Funeral Home of Lake
Butler.

Charles Tetstone
LAKE BUTLER Charles Joe
"C.J." Tetstone, 76, of Lake
Butler died Monday, May 15,
2006, at his residence following
an extended illness.
Born in Brooker, Mr. Tetstone
moved to Lake Butler two years
ago. He retired from the
University of Florida
maintenance and mechanic
department and was a U.S. Army


veteran. He attended the Church
of God Prophecy in Brooker.
Mr. Tetstone is survived by:
his wife of 52 years. Yvonne
Polk Tctstone of Lake Butler:
two daughters, Pat Lde and Elaine
Hines, both of Lake Butler: a
son, Chuck Tetstone of'
Worthington Springs; a sister,
Melba Dampicr of Alachua;
seven brothers. Shurley
Tetstone, Ruey Tetstone, Dick
Tetstone, Otis Tetstone, Raiford
Tetstone and Lonnie Tetstone,
all of Brooker, and Earl Tetstone
of Gainesville: seven
grandchildren and nine great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Tetstone were May 17, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archer Funeral
Home of Lake Butler with the
Rev. G.C. Fogarty officiating.
Burial followed in Dedan
Cemetery.
Glen Vermilya
STARKE Glen Alfred
Vermilya, 63, of Starke died
Friday, May 13, 2006, at
Malcom Randall VA Medical
Center in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Born in Catskill, N.Y., Mr.
Vermilya was an over-the-road
truck driver. He retired from the
Teamsters Union in
Jacksonville. He served in the
U.S. Marine Corps during the
Cuban conflict and was a member
of the Church at Argyle.
Mr., Vermilya is survived by:
his wife, Alice Vermilya of
Starke; two sons, Glen E.
Vermilya of Findlay, Ohio, and
Kenneth Lee Vermilya of
Fayetteville, N.C.; two
daughters, Bonnie T. Finout of
Sebring and Virginia L. Kelly of
Florida City; two sisters, Eva
Jensen of Harrison, Mich., and
Joan Sayres of Caro, Mich.; and
12 grandchildren.
Memorial services for Mr.
Vermilya were May 18, 2006, in
the Chapel of Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke with the
Rev. Ken Dyal officiating.

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Success in Lake Butler:

Building vehicles for work and play


Johnny Arnett Lee Jr. graduated from
Bradford High School without fanfare in
1973, His name isn't to be found on
athletic rosters or listings of outstanding
academic achievers, but talk with him for
a few minutes and you'll find a man who
feels good about himself for his ability, to
envision mechanical marvels, to repair
intricate automotive drive trains,
including engines, transmissions and
differentials, and build without blueprints
those gigantic tractor trucks commonly
known as swamp buggies.


built for the instrument panel to be
moved back as well.
The undercarriage must be custom
designed for each individual vehicle,
depending upon what the customer
wants. A working knowledge of
stabilizers, struts, hydraulics, springs and
other components is a must because there
are no manuals for reference in this field.
If a prospective customer brings in his
own vehicle for renovation using his own
engine and drive train, he can expect to
spend about $12,000, but adding a bigger


If you own
animals, read
this
Dear Editor:
Do you want to be forced to
ask your government for its
permission to be able to keep
your livestock? If not, 1 ask
you for your help in stopping
the National Animal
Identification System, NAIS.
The NAIS was invented by
the National Institute for
Animal Agriculture. Back in
2002, the NIAA said that the
Sept. 11 attacks and mad cow
disease were reasons enough to
lobby the USDA for a
nationwide all-livestock
registration tracking system.
The plan can be found at
www.usda.gov/nais.
Premises registration would
require everyone who owns
even one, horse, cow, pig,
chicken, sheep, goat, llama,
alpaca or virtually any
livestock animal to register
their home, including the
owner's name, address and
telephone number, and be
matched to Global Positioning
System.
A mandatory NAIS will put


More kudos
for Parrish
Dear Editor:
I just read the letter "Reader
says 'bravo' to EMS director,"
in the Union County Times
May 11, 2006, edition.
I feel very idle, because I


also was going to write Union
County Times a letter saying
pretty much the same things as
Mr. Kukan.
Kudos to Mr. Kukan, and
with any luck the
commissioners will listen to
the "changes coming to Union
County" wake-up call.
Our EMS director (also


fireman), Mir. Parrish, has a,
"big" responsibility and should
be well compensated. I feel
better protected knowing
someone with his ability is in
that position.
Many thanks to all of our
fire and police people,
MArgie Kent
Union County'


To the Patients of I Love My Dentist

. Due-to circumstances beyond our control,


(L-R) Kelly and Johnny Lee stand proudly by one of their machines.


His son, Kelly Lee, is a partner with
him in Lee's Custom Automotive on- S.R.
100 in Lake Butler in the building
vacated by Union Power Equipment,
which sold and serviced Snapper
lawnmowers.
Lee was born and reared in
Moodyville. or the New River aiea of
Bradford County. He never attended a
trade school, leaving one to wonder
where he learned welding skills,
electrical systems, bodywork and
mechanical skills required in rebuilding
engines and other components of cars,
trucks and even tractors.
- He skiidfhe learned while farming, but
it's doubtful his farm afforded practice
and experience in the multiple trades he
has mastered. Outstanding natural ability
must be considered as a prerequisite for
his knowledge.
He and Kelly began the business in
October 2004. They brought two
behemoth tractor trucks with them and
positioned them near the highway for
advertising, to let the public know they
are in business to build..the vehicles.
They have built two others in between,
_-whie--making- rourtiefpiiirs on cars,
trucks and tractors. Their latest tractor
truck was built on a Ford Ranger chassis,
but about the only original Ranger part is
the pickup cab and bed. It was built on an
"extended cab" model, which allowed the
.seat to be pushed back 11 inches so the
bigger engine could be positioned in the
engine compartment. A box had to be


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engine or other special items sends the-
price even higher. .. .
Why does an.gone want one of the
specialty vehicles, and what is the market
for them? Obviously anyone whose work
takes him into swampy areas of the South
can use the high ground clearance of thie
vehicle and its tremendous pulling power.
The largest demand for them is found in
sports, including mud bogging.
Mud bogging has been around for
many years, and attracts large crowds in
some places. The nearest mud-bogging
facility in this area is situated north of
Lawley on U.S. 301. The best-known
facility in Florida is near Ft. Myers.
There is another at Lakeland, and in
smaller, less known places like Perry.
The Lees are especially proud of their
"Big Red" Ford tractor truck with a
powerful engine and high tractor wheels.
When other vehicles slall in a mud bog,
Big Red is called upon to go in and pull
them out. Aside from its high clearance,
Big Red steers with both its front and rear
wheels. That system alone is a marvel to
behold, engineered and built by Lee.
The Lee garage is filled with various
kinds of vehicles in various stages of
repair, -a testament to the Lees'
acceptance by the community for
excellent repairs. Obviously, the location
is too small for the enterprise, and the
Lees admit they are looking for more
suitable repair facilities.
By Buster Rahn.
Telegraph Editorialist


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small producers out of
business. It will prevent people
from raising animals for their
own food. It will invade
Americans' privacy. It will also
violate the religious freedom of
Americans whose beliefs make
it impossible for 'them to
comply (the Amish).
Even if animals were to
leave the property you would
need to report it within 24
hours. If the animal has to go
to the vet, if a woman wants to
show her favorite chicken at
the county fair, if a child
entered an animal in the local
4-H program, if an animal were
to go to the slaughterhouse, it
would all need to be reported
within 24 hours. Even if that
animal were to grace your own
table, it will need to be
reported.
The NAIS will create an
economic burden on small
farmers and homesteaders
because animal owners will
bear the costs of property and
animal registration. There is no
realistic chance of government
funding to cover the costs of
the program.
Animal owners will have to
pay the tab for premises


registration fees, individual
animal ID fees, reporting fees
for events such as animals
leaving a given premises or
being slaughtered, and for
equipment or software needed
to report to the database.
I believe that the NAIS will
lesser rather than improve
security of our animal foods. If
NAIS goes into effect, more of
us will' have to buy food
produced by the large-scale
industrial methods, which
multiplies the' effects of any
food safety and disease.
problems.
The Bill of Rights does not, i
contain a constitutional;.
amendment specifically to%
protect one's right to produce;'-
one's own food. But that is'".
only because our Founding-
Fathers could never ha'e
thought of a country that
would make its people ask its
government for permission to.
produce their own food.
So I am asking that y ou
write to your c6ngressrhen,
senators, your governor or
whomever you think will fielp
stop the NAIS.
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Green Cove Springs


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That's music to
my ears...

The Bradford Middle and High
School bands performed at their
annual spring concert May 11,
which was free and open to the
public.


Marching to the beat of a different trash can?
These Bradford band students, (1-r) Joey
Flores, Zach Nicol and Reggie Dix, gave new
meaning to the phrase by performing a
percussion routine with six other students.


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The BHS band recognized its two seniors,
Laura Askew and Danielle Miller.


On flute, (1-r) Courtney Sexton, Rachel Baier, and on French horn,
I Meredith Prevatt and Patricia Carney perform in one of the Bradford
Middle School bands at the spring concert held May 11.


(L-R) Austin Sutton, Seth Nicol, -Sam Nicol, John Baier, Savannah
Hardee, Rebecca Baier and Chase Baucom, collectively called Kingdom
Kids, did a hand bell routine at the concert.


Recent
arrests
IrBradford; Y:
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Esteban Morales Garcia, 31,
of Hawthorne was arrested May
14 by Deputy Sapp for .no
valid driver's license (NVDL).
A $500 cash bond was paid for
his release from custody.
Thomas M. Hughes, 43, of
Middleburg was arrested May
4 .by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for driving while license
suspended or revoked .(DWLS)
habitual. Hughes' vehicle was
stopped on U.S. 301.
Ronald Narhanial Cooper,
51, of Melrose was arrested
May 12 by Sgt. Gibson for
DWLS habitual. Bond was set
at $2,500.
D Delmer Ray Flores, 27, of
Starke was arrested May 10 in
Pasco County on a Bradford
warrant .for failure to appear
SDWLS habitual. Bond was set
at $25,000.
Mary Katherine Martin, 24,
of Keystone Heights was
arrested May 14 by Hampton
Patrolman C. Nelson on a
S warrant from Alachua County
for violation of probation DUI.
Martin was released on her
own recognizance b) Alachua
Judge Hulslander.


Ryan Wayne Chesser, 19, of
Starke was arrested May 14 by
Bradford Deputy Joseph A.
sj. l ,.' u
property damage. He was
ordered to serve 40 days in jail.
Russell Duvall, 26, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 9 by
Clay deputies on a warrant for
DWLS.
One critical
from crash
Both drivers were injured
when their cycle and go-cart
collided at 2 a.m. on
Southwest 147th Avenue in
Brooker at C.R. 18.
Anthony A. Polk, 18,
remains in critical condition at
Shands University of Florida
in Gainesville. Joshua Warren
Hall, 19, suffered minor
injuries and was. apparently
treated and released. P.olk and
Hall are from Brooker.
Hall was northbound on a
1985 Suzuki motorcycle.
Polk, 18, was southbound
driving a go-cart, according to
Florida Highway Patrolman
Trooper C.L. Lee.
On impact of the two
vehicles, Hall was ejected from
the cycle before it came to rest
tangJed, in a barbed wire fence.
.'Polk was lying in the center of
the lime rock road.
Both drivers were transported
to Shands Gainesville, Trooper
Lee said.
Hall \\as \ eating a helmet,
Polk %as not ..ejring a
helmet, nor w,'j- he uing the
seatbelt. Trooper Lee said
Charges are pending in the
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Bradford junior selected
for WashingtonDc., trip


Yard sale to benefit dance team
The Keystone Heights High School dance team will be holding a huge yard sale
Saturday, May 20, behind Chiappini's at the corner of S.R. 21 and S.R. 26 in
Melrose. Proceeds from the sale, which is 7 a.m.-noon, benefit the team, which is
coached by Brenda Velez and Kim Smoak. Pictured above are: (seated) April
Beck, Deanna Christian, (standing) Kaitlin Tipton, April Bennett, Starr Smith,
Jessica Miles, coach Brenda Velez, Renee Rudd, Christine Johns, Mandy
Thompson, Amanda Bradley, Megan Salas and Jennifer Belk. The KHHS dance
team performs at football and basketball games as well as at competitions.


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Bradford High School junior
Jessica Best proved to be one
of the best in the Clay Electric
Cooperative Inc. Youth Tour
to Washington contest, earning,t
an all-expenses-paid trip to
Washington, D.C., June 10-15.
Best earned the trip after
competing in a speech
competition at BHS and then
presenting a speech and taking
a written exam in Tallahassee
with 17 other juniors from
high schools in Clay Electric's
14-county service area. Four
students were selected to go to
the nation's capital.
As part bf the trip, the
students will see Congress in
session, visit legislators and
tour the area's landmarks. The
four students will be joined by
hundreds of other Youth Tour
contest winners from
throughout the country.
That's the part Best is
excited about. She has been to
Washington, D.C., once before
with her family, but now she's
looking forward to having the
opportunity to meet new
people.
"I think I'm looking at it as
kind of a growing experience,"
Best said.
Her father, Robbie Best,'
would agree with that. He. too,
was selected. for the
Washington, D.C. trip when he
was a junior in high school.
"It was neat meeting
students from other states," he
said, adding that he stayed in
contact with some of them for
several years afterward.
Robbie Best, who is a
teacher at Bradford Middle


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Bradford High School junior Jessica Best (pictured
with BHS Principal Karl Wendell) was one of four
students selected to go to Washington, D.C., as
part of Clay Electric's Youth Tour contest.


School, said the trip gives
students an opportunity to see
how government works. It also
gives them a chance to
experience life outside of
Bradford County and broaden
their horizons, "which I think
is beneficial for a lot of
students," he said.
Jessica Best was selected as
Bradford High School's
representative in the
Tallahassee contest after
giving a speech on the
electoral college at school.


At the Tallahassee
competition, which was held
March 14-16, Best had to give
a speech on the responsibilities
,,of citizens ard the different
levels of g:' ,ernment during
hurricanes. She and the other
students received reading
material ahead of time to help
them prepare their speeches'
and prepare for the written
exams they would be taking.
"It probably took me about
See TRIP, p. 7B


Bradford Middle School student Alex Salazar, a member of the Kiwanis Builder's
Club, numbers plastic ducks along with Builder's Club sponsor Eric Verunac for
the upcoming Kiwanis Club of Starke duck race.


This Kiwanis fund-raiser


should be just 'ducky'


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer -
"The ducks are coming! The,
ducks are coming!"
Perhaps you've seen this
proclamation in the newspaper
in recent weeks. What does it
mean? Are we under a "quack"
attack ?
.Actually, the ducks are


, plastic and because of them,
one "lucky duck" will be
$1,i000 richer.
The Kiwanis Club of Starke,
along with corporate sponsor
Town and Country Ford
Mercury; is presenting a duck
race and family fun day
Friday, May 26, beginning at 6
Sp.m. at the Starke Golf and


Country Club.

"It will be a good way to-
kick off the Memorial Day
weekend," said Kiwanis
member Cheryl Canbva, who
.%ill be the club's 20*06-07
president.

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DUCKS
Continued from p. 6B
The event begins *with
games and relays for children
at 6 p.m. All participants will
receive prizes.
At 6:45, those in attendance
will walk to hole 2, where the
duck race will begin. The
ducks will float down Alligator
Creek to the bridge at hole 5.
Monetary prizes will be
" awarded to the top five
finishers, with $1,000 going to
the winner. Second place will
receive $400, third place $300,
fourth place $200 and fifth
place $100.
Following the duck race,
karaoke will be offered for
those-present at approximately
7:30 p.m.
Tickets for the race are $5
each, or you may purchase six
for $25. They may be bought
from any member of Kiwanis
or you may purchase them at
Town and- Country Ford
Mercury (see Carol Still) or
Denmark Furniture. You do
not have to be present at the
duck race to win.
Canova said the event was
created as a means to provide
fun for the entire family after
such adult-themed Kiwanis
events as Texas Hold 'Em
poker tournaments.
"I think it'll be fun," Canova
said.
The duck race/family fun
day is a fund-raiser for the
Kiwanis club, with proceeds
going toward youth projects


IN SERVICE


TRIP
Continued from p. 6B
an afternoon to pretty much
write the core material of the
speech," Best said.
Best and the other students
who went to Tallahassee
visited the Florida House of
Representatives, participated
in a mock voting session and
met with House member Don
Brown of District 5. The group
also visited the Challenger
Learning Center and watched
the IMAX movie "Magnificent
Desolation-Walking on the
Moon."
When Robbie Best was a
junior in high school, contest
participants did not go to


Tallahassee. He said it was
more of a local competition
back then.
However, he did earn the
trip to Washington, D.C., and
now his daughter will follow
in his footsteps.
"It is neat to kind of see life
come full circle," Robbie Best
said.
The other winners from the
Tallahassee competition are
Daniel Brenner of Crescent
City High School, Benitra
Givens of Columbia High
School and Keenan Walsh of
P.K. Yonge. Courtney Mackey
of North Marion High School
and Rebecca Mahoney of Fort
White High School were
chosen as alternates.


Christopher D.
Stadnicki


Patrick Magyari is one of the Builder's Club
members at Bradford Middle School who has been
helping the Kiwanis Club of Starke prepare for its


more poker tournaments in
June, July and August, a Mz.
Ugly contest in August and the
sale of smoked slabs of ribs in
the fall.


fund-raising duck race.

and Santa Fe Community
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The senior
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Air Force mission,
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customs and courtesies;
performed drill and ceremony
marches, and received physical
training, rifle marksmanship,
field training exercises, and
special training in human
relations.
In addition, airmen who
complete basic training earn
credits toward an associate
degree through the Community
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In the hunting division in the
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division.
Others competing for the
Bradford 4-H club were Duke
Atteberry, Logan Martin, Tyler
Payne, Hayden Balkcom and
Sean Jones,.
This is the fifth consecutive
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from the National Rifle
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Starke Academy dance members shine at competitions


Members of the Starke
Academy of Dance competed
at t wo regional
competitions-Masquerade
and Applause Talent-within
the last month, winning top
honors at both.
At a competition, dancers
compete in separate categories:
solo, duet/trio, small group (4-
9 dancers), large group (10-20
dancers) and production (more
than 20 dancers).
* Some competitions have
both recreational and elite
categories, with dancers in
recreational categories taking
up to a maximum of three
hours of dance per week and
competing for a maximum of
three years. Starke Academy,
with the exception of three
dancers, competes in the elite
category.
There are also age
categories: mini or petite (ages
5-8), junior (9-12), teen (13-
15) and senior (16-19).
Dancers are scored on
technique, showmanship,
execution and level of
difficulty, and -are given either
platinum, high gold, gold, high
silver or silver. They are
ranked out of all the routines in
their age category and have a
chance to be placed in the top
10.


rT


A few of the highlights from
the Masquerade competition,
which was held April 1-2 in
Tampa and featured 10';other
studios, were Stephanie
Murphy receiving the
Choreographer Award for her
modern solo, which was
performed by Carson Elder,
who won first overall mini
soloist and was crowned Mini
Miss Masquerade. Elder also
won a dance scholarship for
free dance lessons at nationals.
Darien Moore also received
a platinum for her solo and
placed second in the overalls.
Chance Oody and Emma
Theus received a platinum and
placed second overall in mini
duo/trio.
Competition Team B (Elder,
Moore, Theus, Keiondra
Payne, Morgan Mann, Brooke
Shireman, Hailey Thomas)
won a high gold for its "Hard
Knock Life" routine and
placed third overall in the
mini/small group category.
Competition Team D (Oody,
Theus, Madison Bennett,
Lauren Britt, Ciarra Hopkins,
Grace Johns, Morgan Mann,
Hailey Napier, Katlyn Riley,
Ashley Smith, Tristen
Whittemore) were Encore
Challengers, which means they


were picked to compete
against four other dances as
the Top Five Most
Entertaining Routines of the
Day.
Competition Team A
(Sunshine Atteberry, Autumn.
Bland, Kristin Coffey, Emily
Giles, Mikaela Herres, Scarlett
McCoy, Kaleigh McKnight,
Emily Seay, Courtney Sexton,
Savannah Snowden) received
all platinum for its large-
group open jazz, lyrical and
modern routines, and placed
first and second in the overall
large group category.
Teams A and B combined to
do a production of "0, Holy
Night," which received a
platinum and placed first
overall. Coffey and Giles
received two platinums each
for their solos. Coffey placed
second and Giles was third.
The two dancers also
received two platinums for
their lyrical and modern duets,
which placed first and second
overall as well as winning the
award for Best Technical
Execution.
Atteberry and McKnight
received a high gold for their
duet and placed second overall
in the teen duet category.
Sexton received a gold for her
jazz solo and won a special


V -


award for best costume.
Pictures of the girls'
performances can be found on
the Web site
www.masqateradedance.com.
At the Applause Talent
competition, which was held in
Jacksonville April 28-30 and
featured 20 other studios from
both Florida and Georgia,
Starke Academy received one
high silver, eight golds, 21
high golds and nine platinum.
In the petite division
overalls, Theus and Oody
placed second and Elder and
Moore placed fifth overall in
*the duet/trio category. Theus
and Oody also received the
Showmanship Award.
In the petite solo category,
Theus placed second, Elder
placed fourth and Moore
placed fifth and ninth out of 53
routines.
Team B placed first in the
petite small group category
and Team D placed first in
petite large group.
In the junior division
overalls, Team A placed first
and second for small groups,
including its lyrical dance to
"Schindler's List," which
received the only platinum
score of the day.
Teams A and B placed first
overall in large group for the
second time.
In the junior solo category,
Giles placed first overall (both
of her solos were in the top
two and only one can place),
Snowden placed third and
ninth and Herres placed fourth
out of 72 routines.
In the teen elite division,


Carson Elder (left) is pictured with Stephanie
Murphy. Murphy received an award for a modern
solo, which was performed by Elder, at the
Masquerade competition in Tampa. Elder won first
overall mini soloist and was crowned Miss
Masquerade.


Coffey received two platinums
for both of her solos and
placed third and sixth overall
out of 75 solos.
Sexton placed first overall in
teen recreational and won the
Long Legs Award.


In the senior division,.
McKnight placed eighth-,,
overall out of 52 solos.
The Starke Academy dance.;;-.
teams competed in Lakeland.-
May 5-7 and will compete in..
nationals in July.


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Emma Theus, Madison Bennett, Tristin Whittemore, Lauren Britt, (second row, I-r)
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HONOR
Continued from p. 1B

Starke Police Department
officer William Burtis Jackson
had been killed after
responding to a disturbance
call on April 20, 1956. Chief
Gordon Smith recounted the
few details that have been
learned about the incident.
"He was responding to a
disturbance at the bus station,"
Smith said. "Once he got there,
he never exited his patrol
vehicle. That's all we've been
able to find out."
Smith then helped Jackson's.
family place a red rose on a
wreath. The flower signified an
officer killed in the line of
duty. Red and white flowers on
the wreath signified an officer
injured in the line of duty. A
blue flower recognized officers
who had died of natural causes
and white flowers represented
- officers who were currently on
the job.

While the event normally
honors only those killed in the
fine of duty, Union County
Sheriff Jerry Whitehead
; hoose to honor two deputies
S vho had, nearly -made that
sacrifice. Deputies Ken Smith
Eddie Lee were recognized for
their service from .an incident


that occurred on Jan. 14.
Smith was chasing a suspect
when the suspect's vehicle
collided with Lee's patrol car.
The crash set both vehicles on
fire. Smith ran into the fire and
pulled the injured Lee from his
car.
Whitehead first recognized
Lee who was not in
attendance. Many months
before the accident, Lee and
his fiance made plans to travel
to Las Vegas to be married.
Their wedding day plans fell
on the same day as the
memorial, so Lee's son, Ryan,
read a statement prepared by
his father.
"If it had not been for Ken
putting his life in danger and
running into a burning car and
pulling me from it, I would not,
be alive" Lee read. "I'm truly.
sorry I'm not there in person to
thank him, but to me, he is a
hero."
The letter went on to state
that every law enforcement
officer was a hero and all
should be recognized for it. He
also thanked his family for
helping him on his road to
recovery. Eddie Lee's father,
James Lee, mother, Wanell
Lee, brother, .Gary Lee and
son, Ryan Lee, accepted the
Police Legiont of Honor award
on Eddie Lee's behalf.
Whitehead then returned to
sthe podium to :recognize Smith.
As Smith stood on stage, he
and Whitehead each had a
lump in his throat and a tear in


his eye.
"There's a prepared speech
here, but I'm not going to use
it," Whitehead struggled to
say.
Whitehead told the audience
of a statement given by a
witness at the accident. The
witness told -Whitehead he
watched Smith run into the
flames and then run back out.
Smith dropped to his knees,
but only for a moment.
"He turned around and ran
back in," Whitehead said. "We
came out with-Eddie. That's
what it's all about."
Whitehead presented Smith
with the American Police Hall
of Fame Silver Star Award for
Bravery. Smith's wife, Tina,
and son, Ridge, were on stage
.to help him accept the award.
Though he made no speech, it
was clear Smith was moved by
the recognition.
State Attorney Bill Cervone,
guest speaker for the ..vent,
told the audience the
importance of recognizing law
enforcement officers was
something that could not be
overstated.
"The fact that we only get
together for these services one
time a year should in no way
minimize the importance of
what we do," Cervone said.
He went on to say that law
enforcement officers are the
very foundation of society.
"You are the ones who
protect us and guarantee to us
the freedoms we all have,


(L-R) Deputy Drew Moore, Cliff Griffis, Lanette Griffis and Deputy Lee
Garnto. The Griffis family was accompanied by deputies from the
Bradford County Sheriff's Office to a memorial ceremony in Tallahassee
where they remembered fallen Deputy Hesley D. "Del" Griffis.


without which there would be
no law and no society
governed by it," Cervone said.
The governmental bodies of
the area issued proclamations
recognizing May 7-13 as Law
Enforcement Memorial Week.
Union County Commissioner
Melaine "Red" Clyatt read
Union County's decree, then
presented it to Whitehead.
Bradford County Manager Jim
.,,


Crawford pre e ifted its- -
proclamation to Sheriff Bob
iMilner.
The ceremony concluded
with several events. The
closing began with a 21-gun
salute performed by the Clay
County Sher f's, Office honor
guard. That was .fQllowed .by
the playing of "Taps" by.
Pinion County dispatcher Tim
llen. Rev. Roman Ahlarez


ga'e the benediction just
before Robert Hendrickson,
from the Alachua .County
Sheriff's' Office, played
"Amazing Grace" on the
bagpipe as the sun set over
Lake Butler.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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BMS Hurricanes win boys state championship


Girls team places
fourth at state track
and field meet

BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Carlton Crudup said the
Bradford Middle School boys
track and field team would
bring the "big trophy" home.
He was referring to the state
championship trophy and he
was true to his word. The
Bradford boys placed first out
of 35 teams at the
Floridarunners.com Middle
School State Championship,
which was held May 13 in
Clermont.
Bradford coach John Loper
said Bradford, as a team,
ranked fourth going-into the
meet when comparing regional
scores from other teams
throughout the state. ,
Still, he thought his team
could come out on top of the
field.
"We didn't run the best we
could at regions, so I knew we
had a legitimate shot at
winning state," Loper said.
Helping the team's cause


was Jawan Jamison, who
repeated as state champ in both
the 100m and 200m dashes.
Jamison won the 100m with a
time of 11.33 seconds and the
200m with a school-record
time of 23.65 seconds.
Jamison also anchored the
4xl00m relay team, which
placed first with a time of
46.71 seconds. The team was
also .composed of Rodney
Mosley, Isaiah Jenkins and
Bobby McGee.
Jamison and Jenkins also
competed in the 4x400m relay,
which finished as state runner-
up with a time of 3:46, which
bettered the previous school
record by five seconds. Josh
Cooper and Reggie Thomas
rounded out the team.
Loper said one of the things
that helped the boys team this
year in its quest for the state
title was competing in the
triple jump and hurdles events,
which the school hadn't done
in past years. That earned the
team more points, especially
considering that Cooper placed
second in both the triple jump
and 100m hurdles. Cooper's
triple jump covered a school-
record distance of 37'5.25",
while his 100m hurdles time


was 15.65 seconds.
Cooper placed fifth in the
200m- hurdles with a time of
28.41 seconds.
Bradford's .4x800m relay
team of McGee, Jackie
Mitchell, Tyler Prevatt and
Crudup earned a top-five
finish, placing fourth with a
school-record time of 9:56.02.
Other BMS boys results
were: high jump-Prevatt'5',
Seth Upthegrove 5', Mitchell
5', ninth (all finished tied for
ninth); long jump-Mosley
18'0.25", sixth; triple
jump-Jenkins 34'4.75"
(personal record),_ fifth,
Thomas 33'3.75", seventh;
shot put-Upthegrove 31'8",
14'1; discus-Upthegrove
103'11" (PR), 131 ; 100m
hurdles-Mitchell 16.61 (PR),
seventh; 100m-Mosley 12.46
(PR), 16"h; 400m-Jenkins
57.16 (PR), sixth, Thomas
60.03, 11'; 800m-Crudup
2:25.54 (PR), I 11h; 200m
hurdles-Mitchell 30.16, 1l1";


Jawan Jamison, Bobby McGee, Isaiah Jenkins and Rodney Mosley made up the
Bradford Middle School 4xl00m relay team, which won the state title.


3000m-David Weeks
13:23.15 (PR), 16'h, Travis
Ledger 13:26.56 (PR), -17th;
200m-Mosley 25.34 (PR),
sixth.
Bradford's girls team placed


first in one event and finished
fourth in the, team standings
out of 32 teams.
The 4x400m relay team,
which won state last year,
topped the field with a time of


4:18, which bettered the school
record by six seconds. The
team was composed of Kenetra
Jenkins, Synteia Postway,
See TRACK, p. 11C


Blanding to host


major exercise


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
Florida's Division of
Emergency Management is
responsible for coordinating
the state's response to major
disasters like hurricanes, but
'what' would happen if' fhe
hurricane affected Tallahassee,
where the division's main
offices are located?
Camp Blanding will play
host next week to an exercise
that is designed to find out.
The Division of Emergency
Management will be
"displaced"-packed up in
trailers and other vehicles and
moved from the Tallahassee
Emergency, Operations Center
to Camp Blanding for a mock
disaster exercise.;
The division will practice

gathering, information on a
mock disaster, organizing all
of the agencies who would
respond to such a disaster and
coordinating the way they all
respond so that residents of the
.:area affected-.are prom ided the
:most help in the most efficient
_way.
"The idea is to prepare for a
situation where Tallahassee.is
not available for some reason,"
said 'Maj. Cecil- Cauley,
operations and planning officer
'for Camp Blanding.
The exercise will let state
emergency management
personnel practice responding
to a disaster so that the
.response to a real disaster. is
carried out smoothly It may
'also help pinpoint any
weaknesses in the response.
system as it exists now.
'"We're busy preparing for
that training exercise now,"
;said Cauley. "About 240 state
-emergency management
-personnel will be here all week
testing the entire response
.system."
He said; the Florida National
Guard has always had a close.
-working relationship with the.
Division of Emergency.
Management. Florida
Guardsmen have responded to
help victims of. disasters all
over this state and in several
other states.
"We're, proud to host this
new exercise as well," said
Cauley.
This training session for the
'.Divis,ion of Emergency
Management is just one,
example: of how -Campp
1Blanding is utilized every year
by agencies throughout
Florida, and from other states
and countries, for a wide
variety of exercises.
Cauley said Blanding is
utilized all year round by all
branches of the military-the
Army, Navy, Air Force,
Marines and Coast Guard.
The. Coast Guard, for
example, is charged with
protecting the coastline from
illegal entry, whether that


entry is attempted by drug
runners or terrorists. Blanding
is one of the primary training
points for the Coast Guard's
helicopter gunships. .If those
ships are fired upon while
attempting to stop-a boat, they
have the ability to fire back.
' Blanding is also a primary"'
training site.for the Marines
from Kings Bay Naval
Submarine Base in Georgia.
The .Marines stationed there
are charged with guarding
nuclear weapons that are used
by the submarines. "They are
critical to mission security; so
they have to be very sharp,"
said Cauley. They make sure
they stay sharp by training at
Blanding.
Members bof the 820th
Special Forces Group from
Moody Air Force Base also
train at Blanding all year.
Approximately 100 Special
Forces personnel arrive at
Blanding each month for
training. They are primarily
charged with providing airfield
security and convoy escort,.
One of Blanding's firing
ranges is set up to allow them
to practice live fire counter-
ambush 'techniques. As the
convoy moves dpwn the road..,,
on the range, targets pop up
that represent individual.
terrorists or soldiers.. Other
targets represent' 'vehicles
intent on attacking the convoy.
"It's good training for them,-
a good experience for them to
have before the real thing
occurs," said Cauley.
There are numerous other
examples of training that goes
on at Blanding throughout the
year, but the numbers of troops
training at Blanding often
increases during the summer
months.
On June 3,. approximately
3,500 members of the 53rd
Infantry Battalion of the 218th.
Mechanic's Brigade in South
Carolina will arrive at'
Blanding for their two-week
annual training period.
"This training will focus
primarily on skills. from those
of the individual soldier up to
troop level (about 40
soldiers)," said Cauley. "They
will qualify with weapons
including mortars, so residents
will be asked to excuse our
noise during this period."
Cauley said the numbers for
this annual ,training period for
the .53rd will be down some
from previous years since part
of that battalion is .deployed to
Afghanistan.
Training with the 53rd will
be two companies of soldiers
from Great Britain .who are
participating in an exchange
program. American troops
train in Great Britain as part of
the exchange.
"This gives all of us insight

See EXERCISE, p. 2C


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Page 2C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--C-SECTION May 18, 2006



Gold Head hosts Wilderness First Responder course


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
Wilderness emergencies can
happen anywhere in the world,
yet a look at the schedule of
the Wilderness First
Responder course offered by
the National Outdoor
Leadership School's
Wilderness Medicine Institute
\ reveals that most courses are
offered in the western states.
Melrose resident Reid
.Tillery did something about
that and through his efforts a
WFR course was held at Gold
Head Branch State Park from
May 7-13.
Tillery, an outdoors
enthusiast who has written the
book "Surviving the Wilds of
Florida" and maintains the
We b site
www.Floridaadventuring.com,
was interested in taking the
course himself. He figured
there would be other people in
the state who would also like
to.
With that in mind, Tillery
contacted the WMI and agreed
to sponsor the course. He
publicized the course and was
joined by 12 other students.
All of the students but one
(who is from Georgia) were
from Florida.


EXERCISE
Continued from p. 1C

into the way our military allies
operate." said Cauley.
In addition, two flight wings
from N1Ma) port Naval Air
Station in Jackson\ ille will be
training at Blanding this
summer These helicopter
pilots will be practicing door
gunnery. or firing mounted
automatic weapons out of the
door of the helicopter at a
target in the water or on the
ground.
Blanding offers training
these pilots and, gunners can
get in few other places in the
nation. said Cauley. The
helicopters can always eject
floating plastic barrels into the
ocean and fire on them, but it's
often hard to be sure that a
round found its mark under
those conditions.
"Here, we provide them. with
automated targets and variable
exposures." said Cauley. "The
targets mo\e left and right, up
and down. Some move on
tracks. It's more realistic
training and. the hits can be
i more accurately assessed."
.On July 8, approximately
1,200 soldiers from an artillery
battalion will also arrive to
train for two weeks.
In December., about 900
members of the I st of the 75th
Ranger Battalion from Ft.
Stewart, Ga., will arrive for a
Variety of training-from mortar
fire to helicopter assaults.
Blanding is grow ing and
Cauley said plans are to make
the base's facilities available to
even more people in the future."
Ground has just been broken
on a new training facility at
Blanding that will serve
personnel throughout the
region for Officer's Candidate
School, advanced non-,
commissioned officer's
training and' the training of
individual guardsmen for their
assigned jobs within the unit.
Blanding is. currently
moving 'into the new
Combined Support
Maintenance Service (CSMS)
facility that was completed on
the base. That facility provides
maintenance and repair for a
wide variety of military
vehicles and equipment.
Plans are also in motion to
build a new ammunition
storage facility to replace the
World War II era facility
currently in use. The current


"I wanted to bring some
high-quality wilderness
education to this state and give
people the opportunity to take
this class without having to fly
to Denver," Tillery said.
Denver is just one example
of a city where such a course
' may be offered. David Weber,
one of two instructors who
taught the course at Gold
Head, said the WMI operates
heavily in the west, with
classes here and there offered
in the East.
"Florida is not a common
destination for us at all,"
Weber said.
Yet there Weber was, along
with fellow instructor- Mark
Crawford, at the recreation
center at Gold Head, giving
students information on how to
handle emergency situations
during a nine-day course.
WMI's WFR courses are
typically sponsored by various
organizations. Weber said he
believes Tillery is the first
individual to sponsor a course.
"He wen.t. and.-did -a--toni-of
work on his own to get this
course here and to bring 12
other people here with him,"
Weber said.
As of May 11, Tillery was
glad he did that work.
"I had high expectations and


facility will not allow forklifts
to enter and exit the indi sidual
storage sheds. Ammunition has
to be taken out of the sheds by


they've exceeded those
expectations," he said.
The course comprises 80
hours and supth topics as
wound management and
infection, realigning fractures
and dislocations, improvised
splinting techniques and
patient monitoring. As Weber
puts it, the course teaches
people medical skills and how
to improvise "'!if 'you don't
have the fancy ambulance
there to back you up."
Students do spend time in a
classroom, listening to their
instructors, but half of their
time is spent on. practical
applications of the knowledge
they're learning. Instructors
create scenarios .involving
injured or sick people.
"Reading a book gets you so
far, and it doesn't .always
prepare you for! what it's like
to put your hand on someone's
head and hold their spine
stable," Weber said.
Tillery said Weber and
Crawford went. the "extra '
mile" to simulate emergency
situations. Student Sally Steel','
of Melrose agreed, saying
Crawford did a good 'jl':bf
making people up to simulate-
wounds. "
"When he dresses you, up,
you look like you've gottrue e
blood and guts hanging 'out,"'
Steele said. "We had a broken
bone with a femur hanging out. "
It looks real. (Crawford) does a
great job." .
Weber said students leaie
the course not only being able
to give "good,, solid patient
care," but they feel empowered
to travel places they wouldn't
have before because they were
afraid of something happening.
Also, a student who. goes
through -.the course can now
offer some assistance at an
emergency scene instead of '
staying in the background ,
"It seems like people get a
really solid life skill leading
here," W6ber said.
Those people who go
through the course do so in the
first place for various reasons.
Weber. said. sortie .peopJle.do it
to--help them With their jobs,
whereas other people, like
Tillery, do it to; increase their
personal education.

See COURSE,, p. 3C


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
A pleasant hike through the
woods quickly turned into a
trying ordeal for Jason Ahern,
Ayolane 'Halusky, Miranda
Manning and Sally Steele.
For starters, Ahern hurt
himself when he got poked in
the eye with a branch. While
he was being tended to by
Halusky and Steele, Manning
wandered off for a "bathroom
break." She never returned.
Manning was eventually"
found by the other three, lying.
prone on the ground, slightlN
confused (she didn't know
what day of the week it was or.
where she was, for example]
and .complaining, of feeling
tired. She eventually. recovered
after being given something
with sugar in it to suck on.
-Once the foursome was


ready to resume its trek, Ahern
suffered misfortune again-he
broke the fibula in his right
leg.
It could've been enough to
make the four consider never
hiking againi-if any of the'
events in question had actually
happened.
Ahern, Halusky, Manning
and Steele were four of 13
students who took the
Wilderness First Responder
course, offered by the National
-Outdoor 'Leadership School's
Wilderness Medicine Institute,
that was held at Gold Head
Branch State Park from. May
7-13. Their. "outing" was
.actually'"aai exercise that
allowed them to practice what
they had been learning-how
to assess and handle
emergency situations in the
wilderness.
The students were divided


into three groups, which were
sent out separately, with
students in each group
designated as "victims,"
unbeknownst to the other
students.
Mark Crawford, one of the
instructors, said the students
were aware that an emergency
scenario was going to' take
place, but that was the extent
of their knowledge.
"They know.they're going in
for something, but they don't
know exactly what," Crar ford
said before the exercise.
He said many of the' students
may have been expecting just
one scenario as opposed to the
three that occurred in each
group.
Then when the students'
thought it was over, it wasn't.
The students were all

See MOCK, p. 3C


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Tom Thompson (far left), who is pictured beside C.J. Ross, talks with fellow
student Ryan Myer as they determine a course of action with patient Mark


Crawford.


MOCK
Continued from p. 2C

gathered together in one group
and discussed how things went
with instructor David Weber.
In the meantime, Crawford
was off in another part of the
woods, creating a leg wound
for himself and making up
park ranger Renee Rau's face
so that it appeared as if she cut


herself.
Once that was done, the
surprise scenario was under
way. Rau ran up to the group
of students, trying to tell them
that Crawford had injured
himself while falling down a
hill. Rau was gasping and
trying to tell students she
needed her asthma inhaler.
While some students
attended to Rau, others went
off in search of Crawford.
When they found him, they


discovered that he had a
serious leg injury after
becoming impaled on his fall.
The process of tending to
Crawford took more than an
hour as students kept up
conversation with him,
checked his vital signs and
devised a plan for removing
him from the scene and getting
him to a waiting ambulance.
Crawford said he was
impressed with how the
students reacted when they


thought their exercise was
over.
"This group really
transitioned well," Crawford
said. "That's what we like to
see. People stepped right up."
Some things the students did
could've been done better from
a medical standpoint, but
Crawford 'said those were
"nitpicky" things.
"You only learn with
experience," he said.
What he and Weber were
looking at was how everyone
interacted with each other in
emergency situations.
In the scenario in which
Crawford was injured, he had
four students tending to him at
the bottom of the hill. Student
Ryan Myer of Jacksonville
was one of those students. He
had a pad of paper with him
which he used to record
Crawford's vital signs.
Myer was also in
communication with student
Ayolane Halusky of
Jacksonville, who was at the
top of the hill. Myer kept
Halusky informed on
Crawford's condition, while
Halusky kept Myer informed
on what kind of help was on
the way and how many people
would be available to lend
assistance in the care of
Crawford.
Myer' also kept talking to
Crawford.
"I heard him continuously,"
Crawford said. "That was a
very, good, calming effect."
Also, earning praise was



COURSE
Continued from p. 2C
The course at Gold Head
included one couple who
wanted to take it because
they've witnessed poor
medical care in other
countries. They wanted to take
the course so that they could,
offer some medical assistance
if they came across an
emergency situation during
their world travels.
Since people take the course
for different reasons, Weber.
said asking people why they
are taking the course is one of
the favorite questions he and
instructors like to ask.
"We got 13 different
answers here, which is great
for us," Weber said.
For Steele, the course was a
way to increase her knowledge
base. She is a registered nurse,
but the course gave her the
chance to learn how to handle
emergency situations in a
different ,context-in a
wilderness locale and having
to. rely on improvisation to
care for a patient's needs.
"Plus, one of these days I
plan on doing a long-distance
hike again," Steele said. "I
thought it would be valuable
information."
Steele saw a flier advertising
the course that Tillery had
posted. Since the course was
being held nearby, Steele
signed up and took time off
from work to attend.
She's glad she did.
"It has just been far better
than I thought it would be,".*
Steele said.


Jason Ahern has his eye tended to by Sally Steele
and Ayolane Halusky.


Melrose resident Reid Tillery,
who did not panic and relied
upon what he had learned in
class when a panicked Rau
approached the students to
start the last scenario. Other
students credited Tillery with


helping them stay focused,
while Weber lurked out of
sight, beaming to see one of
his students perform just like
he should have.
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Jacksons to celebrate 50th -nniversary
Rov and Clifford Jackson
\ were married on May 20. 1956. 5 .,,,
in Macedonia Baptist Church in
Madison. They moved to Starke
in 1()60 where they operated the
Suwannee Store and later Roy's
Meat Market.
An anniversary party is
being planned by the couple's
children, Karen and Mike "
Gaskins. Rodney and Donna
Jackson. Kyle and Karen
Jackson. nine grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
'The event will take place on
Sunday. May 28, from 2 to 4
p.m., at Bayless Highway r
Baptist Church.
: Family and friends are The Jacksons at their The Jacksons today
invited. No gifts please. wedding on May 20,1956

BIRTHS
the late Ivory Hall.






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Chrirs and Alexandria
SHollingsworth of Willistdn
announce the birth of their son, Bernard Leon Nichols and
Christopher Bryce Bernaria Delon Nichols Treagan Rane Bradley
Hollingsworth, on April 18,
2006, in Gainesville.
Bryce joins a sister, Kinsley Bernard Teagan
lingsworth and aternal Nichols and Bradley
Amy Phillips of Williston and
Maternal great-grandparents Bernaria Frnd of Starke announce the
are Odis and Ruth Phill ipsof Nicho l of their daughter, Teagan
Williston, Alton and Becky Nichols Rane Bradley, on April 19,

Geiger of Williston and Sandra 2006, in Gainesville.
Meaes of Gainesville. adella Hall Nichols of Stark Te again joins a brother,
Paternal grandparents are and Bernard Nicsols ofa' Rhett.
Wayne and Deboradr h Hawthorne announce the birth Maternal grandparents are
Hollingsworth of Theressa. of their twins, Bernaria Deion Bonnie Ford of Starke and Mr. -
Paternal great-grandmother Nichols and Bernard Leon and Mrs. Kenneth Ford of
is Dorothy Cason of Lake City. Nichols, on Feb. 20, 2006, at Hampton.
Shands AGH inGainesville. Maternal great-grandparents
Birth announcements are Bernaria weighed 5 pounds, are the late Mr. and Mrs. John
considered news and are a 3 ounces and measured 174 Ford of Hampton.
free service of the Bradford inches in length. Bernard Paternal grandparents are
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County Times and Lake and m&sured 20 inches in L.P. Bradley qf Starke, and. the
Region Mlonitor. length. They join a sister. late Dr. Th. nli1G. Ri tch
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edited for style and content. Javoitee and Laqwan. M1I Ire d v amson o'f`
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included for $ 12. Margaret Hall of Starke and Williamson.


Historic Melrose to celebrate railroad event.


The- Melrose Connection
Festival is set for Friday and
Saturday, June 2 and 3. The
event commemorates the
present day connection to the
late 1800s Cross Florida
Railroad, which was
constructed by Levy Yulee.
On Friday, around Heritage
Park, the two art galleries and
the antiques store will remain
qpen. An organ recital is
planned along with other
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and children's activities. The
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Nancy and Nicholas
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announce the engagement of
their daughter, Tanya Marie
Fernandez, to James Brian
Mote, son of Rose Mary Mote
of Starke and the late Ernest
William Mote Ill.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of Lake High School. She
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of Pennsylvania before moving
to Upper Arlington. She works
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serving"a first term on the Ohio
Governor's Council on People
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The groom-elect graduated
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before becoming a Ranger in
the U.S. Army. He is employed
as an automotive technician for
Wal-Mart in Dublin, Ohio. He
also serves on the board of
Central Ohio's Fishing Has No
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3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 19,
2006, at Covenant Presbyterian
Church in Warren.
Invitations will be sent for a
reception to be held at the
Golden Gate in Warren.

BHS class of
1962 to have
reunion
Floyd and Sandra Shealy
Messer and Medford and
Frances Shealy will host a
reunion for the Bradford High
School graduating class of
1962.
The event is planned for
Saturday, June 10, at Iron-
Wood Preserve Plantation.
Reservations are required.
For details and reservations,
contact Sandra Messer, at
13609 C.R. 49, Live Oak, FL
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4-H group helps beautify Southside Elementary


Members of the 4-H GRITS group who helped with the butterfly garden at
Southside Elementary School were (standing, I-r) Holly Tucker, Chelsey
Creighton, Bailey Creighton, Kierston Boatwright, Emily Riggs, Taylor
Wilkins, Alissa Shupe, Tymber Tatum, McKenzie Doughtery, Samantha
Steffan, (kneeling, clockwise from left) Hannah Waters, Savannah
Trantham (behind Waters), Courtney Paul, Jaci Adkinson, Priscilla
Waters, Maddie Miller and Bailey Riggs.


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
GRITS may seem like a club
interested in a favorite
breakfast food, but they know
a thing or two about plants.
The 4-H GRITS (Girls
Raised in the South) group
performed its community
service project this month at
Southside Elementary School
by planting a butterfly garden.
The group, made up of 17
girls ages 6 to 13 years old,
learned about butterfly gardens
from Jim DeValerio at the
extension office in Starke.
They also had the assistance of
Idell Boyett and Noele Miller,
who have become master
gardeners through the
extension office.
The girls and their parents
brought in plants and garden
accessories to put in the area
outside the kindergarten
building facing Colley Road.
The garden has the
traditional ground plants, a
bird bath, hanging plants and is
lined with stepping stones that
each of the girls made. .A
wooden stand was donated to
GRITS to provide visitors of
the garden with information
about what types of butterflies
should be attracted to .the
plants.
GRITS-hopes the garden can
be enjoyed by not only those
who attend Southside, but by
those residents who live in the
nursing home across the street,
as well.
Through one of the group's
other community service
projects, adopting a,
grandparent, the girls have
spent time with those at
Bra'dford Terrace. Ultimately,
they hope the residents can
come over and enjoy the
garden.
Miller and Lisa Tatum, who
both have daughters in the
group, said the garden would
not have been possible without
the help of the following


people: The Office Shop,
Bobbie Ward (who has a plant
booth at the Waldo Flea
Market), and Jim DeValerio
and the extension office.
GRITS meets the first
Thursday of the month at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
and does monthly community


service projects, including
raising money for wheelchair
recipients, foster pjcns.
hurricane victutns and mnal.ing
quilts for Bradford Terrace.
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Keystone Heights'


McCall to pitch for St. Johns


Lake Area

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Lake Area Physical Therapy &
SAquatics for a period of three
years for its ..General

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working on her game in
preparation for her next step in
life.
"I'm just going to keep
working hard all summer,"
McCall said. "Coach Willis
seems to be a great coach and
a really good person. I'm
looking forward to playing for
her."
McCall had some interest
from Division I schools, but
.that interest waned because of
a back injury. Powell said if
McCall stays healthy, she will
get that opportunity at the D-I
level after two years at St.
Johns.
In the meantime, Willis is
happy she has the chance to


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
St. Johns River Community
College softball coach Toni
Willis was in need of a pitcher.
She believes she's found one
in Keystone Heights:
Keystone Heights High
School senior MaryAnne
McCall accepted a scholarship
offer from SJRCC and Willis
expects her to step in and fill
the shoes of the Vikings'
graduating pitcher.
Sound like pressure? That
doesn't seem to be a problem
for McCall as far as Willis can
tell.
"It seems like as the pressure
builds, MaryAnne continues to
throw a little harder," Willis
said. "She continues to step up
and be stronger in those
situations."
Indeed. This past season,
McCall pitched three one-
hitters in one district
tournament game and two
regional playoff games. In the
Region '2-Class 3A
championship, a 2-1 loss,
McCall gave' up no earned
runs.
A lot of credit for that can
go to Keystone assistant coach
Ollie P-Weif. He admits he's
; 3,


been tough on McCall since he
began working with her when
she was in fifth-grade.
"I don't think anybody could
put any more pressure on her
than what I've put on her at
times," Powell said. "She
handled it well."
That's because McCall has


Occupational Rehabilitation
Program. This is Lake Area's
third consecutive three-year
accreditation.
The accreditation represents
the highest level that can be
awarded to an organization and
shows the organization's
substantial conformance to the
standards established by
CARF.

Lake Area Physical Therapy
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the ability to listen and learn,
Powell said.
Also, she's a fierce
competitor.
"She has heart," Powell said.
"She's willing to do what it
takes to be a winner. She just
loves to compete."
McCall said she began


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102 strikeouts and an ERA of
1.35.
"I'm really looking forward
to getting her in here," Willis
said.
McCall can't describe what
her feelings will be like when
she takes to the field for the
first time as a collegian, but
she is looking forward to it.
"It's going to be completely
different-a whole new team,
a whole new location and new
coaches, but I'm excited,"
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42 Motor
Vehicles
1995 MAZDA B2300, 5sp,
cold ac, dings, runs good
$1795. 1992 Lexus,
*LS400, reduced $4500
firm. Also 94 Chevy Lu-
mina Van, cold ac, runs
$1650. Call 904-964-
4111.
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leather interior, 1 owner,
$2500. Call 352-473-
7425.
1991 FORD ESCORT runs
like new, needs 5 speed
transmission. Bought
from orginial owner,
$300.; Call 904-966-
0262. '
95 BUICK CENTURY, 3.1,
V-6, power windows &
door locks, A/T, $1200
OBO. Call 904-364-
0667.
1986 F100 4 SPEED new
paint, good tires, new
parts, runs great, low
miles. Call 352-468-
1268, $2500.
1999 MITSUBISHI.;
GALANT needs work,
not running, $1000, firm.
Call 352-473-0847.
45 Land for
Sale
9.86 ACRES 1910SF3BR/
2BA home, large work-
shop, RV shelter, fruit
trees, 8 mobile home
rentals. Very well main-
tained, country setting.
Asking $495,000. Call
Coldwell Banker, Smith &
Smith Realty 904-964-
9222.
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acre, cleared, new cul-
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Homes allowed. Great
for horses. Call 904-964-
6708.
47 Commercial
Property
FOR LEASE OR sale. Ideal
location 2 parcels! 2800
SOFT building with of-
fice, barn, mini storage,,
5 acres, off of South 301.
Also 8 acres, partially
cleared. Both lots 3/10th
of a mile from new
Walmart. Call 904-964-
3827 for more informa-
tion.
COMMERCIAL/ RETAIL
space by Starke Post
Office for rent or lease.
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please call 904-964-
6305 and ask for-John.
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professional offices for
rent. Conference room,
kitchen: utilities and more
provided. Call 904-964-
2616.
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cated at Great American
Trolley Co. on North 301.
Paved side road access,
signage on 301, and of-
fice space included. Rea-
sonably priced. Call
Adam at 904-964-5869
or 352-745-0653.
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Merrit. 3BR/2BA 24 X 52,
DW, washer & dryer,
front porch & A/C. Very
clean, must move,
$27,500 OBO. Call 352-
494-0124 or 904-964-
5116.
3BR/2BA MH, new roof,
siding, porches, fenced
yard. Reduced to
$63,900. Call 352-475-
9384.
1.5 ACRES WITH 32 x 74
MH, well & septic, low
down payment, financing
available, Union County,
financing available,
$76,000. Call 386-496-
1146.
JUST LIKE HOME 4 beau-
tiful acres with 3BR/2BA
DWMH, fenced & cross
fenced, good water, fruit
trees, out building, lo-
cated in New River,
$119,000. With nego-
tiable terms. Call 352-
485-1111
A BEAUTIFUL DW in
Highridge Estates, 1/4
acre, fenced yard, new
covered front porch.
$89,000. Call Richard at
352-795-3676
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Waterfront- just reduced
to $98,000. 2BR/2BA
SWMH on 5/8 acre lot.
Large backyard porch,
carport, dock, paved
street, good neighbor-
hood, close to church
and McRae Elem. Just
remodeled, new paint,
carpet, roof. Good fish-
ing. Realtors welcome,
open listing only. Call
352.3473-3.0L
50 For Rent
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 ft, site built


home, on 2/3 acre with
paved roads, $154,900.
Call 352-692-4343. In-
formation available at
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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 to churches,
stores, downtown shop-
ping, theatre, and more!
See Manager at the
Magnolia Hotel, across
from the Starke 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, Fl or
call 904-964-7295, TDD/
TTY 711. Equal Housing
Opportunity.
FOR RENT- 2 & 3BR
homes, newly renovated.
Deposit required. Call
386-496-3067, 678-438-
6828 or 678-438-2865,
for more information, t
LARGE OFFICE Down-
town. Ideal for several
persons to occupy. $500
per month with 1 year
lease. Call 904-964-
6305.
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN
Business & Professional
office store. This 1500 sq
ft building has offices &
reception area, new car-


JACKSONVILLE. 2BR/IBA concrete block
on corner of well landscaped, fenced yardi
Large LR, dining, kitchen and family rooms.
Hardood floors. $119,900. N I LS#2971 I 0.



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3BR/2BA HOME ON 10 ACRES, pond, tile
throughout, custom cabinets and vaulted
ceilings. Living area fireplace and recessed
lighting & shelves. $399,900. MLS#294404.


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.
3BR/2BA CH/A, on Lake
Geneva, 3 blocks from
school. $895 per month.
Call 352-222-9111.
3BR/2BA, DWMH, laundry
room, 30ft covered
porch, small barn, on 4
acres, fenced, Keystone
area, $700 month plus
deposit. Call 386-445-
6302.
KEYSTONE SILVER LAKE
1BR/1BA, with addition
sunroom, lawn care in-
cluded, $475 per month.
Large discount possible.
No pets. Call for details
352-473-5214. '
LARGE 2BR upstairs un-
furnished apt. 3 miles
north of Starke on Hwy
301. 1st & last month in
advance, $500 per
month. Call 352-283-
4634.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
Country Club, 3BR/2BA,
H/A, stove, refrigerator,
DW, W/D hookups,
screen porch, 2 car car-
port, fenced back yard.
455 SE 44th St. Rent
$795 per month, deposit
$700. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-475-0690.
2BR/2BA HOME, 4 years
old, detached carport &
workshop, on 1 acre,
large fenced yard, $750
per month plus deposit.
This is a must see. Call
352-475-6260.
STARKE 3BR/2BA MH,
quiet neighborhood, CH/
A, $500 per month plus -
deposit. Call 352-235-
1386.
2BR/2BA fully furnished
DW, 3 years old. Handi-
cap access, quiet, next to
park, $650 per month,


$400 security deposit.
Available 6/1/2006. Call
352-473-9945.
52 Animals &
Pets
AKC JACK RUSSELL Ter-
riers. 3 males, 1 female,
all with shots & health
certificate, $350. Call
352-494-1403 or 352-
494-5861.
PAINT GELDING for sale,
9 years old, excellent
trail/pleasure horse, easy
keeper, great ground
manners, great with chil-
dren, carriage prospect,
loves people' and other
animals, $2000. Call
352-871-4497.
FREE LARGE IGUANA to
good home. Call 352-
478-1089.
A PASO FINO paint mare,
6 year old, broke to ride.
Two (2) Montana Mus-
tangs, 4 & 5 yr olds. Not
broke not wild, will not
be hard to get a handle
on. A nice western
saddle, bridles,
headstalls, halters, chest
collar, pads, blankets,
leads, brushes, etc. in-
cluded. $1,200 for all.
Will deliver locally. Call
386-496-1215 between
9am & 9am.
CHIHUAHUA pups, 2
males, 14 weeks old,
more in 7 weeks. Call
904-364-7152 leave a
message.
53 A Starke
Yard Sales
SAT ONLY! May 20th. 598
SE 4th Ave. Misc items.
8am to 1pm.
FINAL MOVING SALE Sat,
8am to 3pm, CR 221
near school. Must see!
Grill, computer stands,
desks, bedroom suite,
freezer & much, much
more.
ESTATE SALE Thurs, Fri &


3BR/2BA, 3 story home on Historic Walnut
SI reel in Siarke. 3-car carport, and home is
partially renovated. All on a landscaped lo. .
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old: A/C 2-yrs. old. Lge. porch and deck. 4.15
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\\udn9g $114,900
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Call Glen Lourcey

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with brakes. This Heavy Duty unit
was used to haul barels and would
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Sat. 8am to 4pm. 601
Fairlane Street, Starke.
Queen bed, dresser with
mirror, sofa, love seat,
kitchen wares.
HUGE MOVING SALE Fri
& Sat. Morgan Road
(CR233) follow signs.
8am to.? Dinette, book-
cases, patio furniture,
clothes, freezer, 4
wheeler, entertainment
center, generator,
armour, dresser, vanity,
much more. Call 352-
615-7380.
LARGE YARD SALE Fri &
Sat, 8am to ? Red light
in Lawtey, cross RR
tracks, big blue building
on right.
HUGE YARD SALE Tools,
building materials, com-
puter parts, basketball.
hoop, jacuzzi, much
much more. Fri & Sat,
9am to ? 109 Forrest
Hills Rd. East of KH light
on SR 100.
53 B Keystone

Yard Sales
LARGE GARAGE SALE
Sat, 5-20-2006, 461 SE
5th Ave, Melrose.
YARD SALE!! St Anne
Episcopal Church on
Magnoli;,'Fri-&,Sat, May
19 & 20, 8am to 2PM.
SMALL ELECTRONICS &'
appliances', house hold
items, clothes; linens,
etc. At Weigniess Cen-
ter, 7373 SR 21. Also for
sale 24 fool round pool
with pump & sand liter,
$600: Fo'infifnmation
call 352-473-4813
55 Wanted
LOOKING FOR used or
new aems for lamlys in
need. We can use any-
thing. Call 386-.965-
0127.
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, ne i type $100
and up each, electric
stove, written guarantee,
free ccal aeiverv For
appointments, call 904-
964-8801. "
RIDING LAWN TRACTOR
23 HP, Kohler motor,
$1500., Call 904-964-
3359 'for'information,
leave a message:
BED-QUEEN orthopedic
Pillowtop mattress and
box. Name brand, new in
plastic, with warranty.
Can deliver. Sacrifice
$140. 'Calf'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.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen.'
king bed Oresser. mirror
2 nigntsiands, cnest
available, dovetail con.
I SiructICdt"'Ne^xaL.I lh
Doxe'. Relail'Sei00,
sacrifice lor $1100 352-
377 9846

American
SDream
of Northeast Florida.Inc.
REALTORS9
RENTALS

2/2 MH $600 mth

2/1 Apt $425 mth

2/1 Apt, $550 mth

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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.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale. Call'
904-964-4118.
SIDE BY SIDE Maytag re-
frigerator, $300. Troy-Billt
5550 watt generator,
brand new $500. Louis
L'Amour hard back
books, $10 each. AB
Lounge, $100. Call cell
at 904-314-2798.
2 ONE YR OLDA/C units,
very good condition,
high efficiency, .5000
BTU $45. 6000 ,BTU
$60. Call 352-475-3900
GREEN SQFA& lve seat
with rectlilae.qn, both
ends $500, wood dinette
table & 4 green padded
chairs ,$ roclerrI9ider
with mgat hq gft-s0ool
$30, 3 living.r9Erp, table
lamps $1 5 eah,..large
wicker sce'"pictuie $5.
Call Ron or Many at 352-
473-0036.
COMPUTER FOR SALE
40 gigabyte, windows
XP, 15" flat monitor, with
Microsoft Works & Word
Perfect, keyboard,
mouse and speakers,
$200 Ca 1352-473-1112
OAK BABY CRIB w)th 2
under drawers, excellent
condition, $150. Call
904-364-7124.
59 Personal
--Serv!ces
NANNY WTH--REFER-
ENCES seeking to care
for children ,in your
home Mon Fr. in Ine
Slaike Keystone or
Melrose area. 352-473-
0036
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.
BILLS GOT YOU DOWN?
We can get you up. Per-
sonal & Business. Call
Franklin Trust at 866-
817-6849.
DO YOU OR SOMEONE
yoy know need help pay-
ing for prescription
drugs? If you do not
have RX drug coverage
you may qualify for free
medicine from pharma-
ceutical companies de-
livered to your doctors
office. Call or have your
doctor call 800-816-
2735.
DO YOU OR SOMEONE
you know need help pay-
ing for prescription
drugs? If you do not
have drug coverage you
may qualify for free
medicine from
pharmaceutical compa-
nies delivered to your
Doctors office. Call or
have your doctor call
800-760-9817.


WE CAN HELP YOU Ap-
ply for 1st & 2nd mort-
gages, personal & busi-
ness. Call RegallJnvest-
ments. No fees, fast re-
sults. Call 888-985-
5775.
CHILDCARE IN MY Lake
Butler home, great rates,
smoke free home, all
shifts, 30 plus years ex-
perience, food & snacks
provided. Call 386-496-
1062.
DO YOU OR SOMEONE
you know need help pay-
ing for prescription
drugs? If you do not
have RX drug coverage,
you may qualify for free
medicine from Pharma-
ceutical companies de-
livered to your doctors
office. Call or have your
doctor call 800-709-
1678.
65 Help
Wanted
APPLICATIONS being
accepted for the execu-
tive director's positoin at
the Union County hous-
ing authority. Forward re-
sume with qualifications
to: Union County Hous-
ing 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.
COME JOIN THE FAMILY-
like atmosphere and
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.
COURT RECORDS Con-
tractor Nationwide com-
pany seeks experienced
Independent contractor


Driveways Sidewalks,
Slabs Footings

Decorative Concrete
Coating in many colors

Pumping & Finishing

FREE ESTIMATES
Bus: (904) 964-3827
Mobile: (904) 364-7153


LEWIS WALKER ROOFING INC.
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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
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.
AVON REPS needed in all
areas. Start up and earn
50%, total investment
$10. Start today, local
training. Call Sherry at
904-964-8851.
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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-EI's Retire-
ment Home, Hampton.
Phone 352-468-2619.
NURSERY HELP
NEEDED, weed pulling,
fertilizing etc. Full time

ROOMS

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


40 hour week. Apply in
person at U S Body
Source, 1.5 miles South
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/WARE-
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 lbs, are able to
push, pull, lift and/or
carry material up to 100.
Ibs; please consider join-
ing our team. The posi-:


eis package. Apply in
person at Farmers Fur-
niture, 835 W Walnut St,
Starke. Only candidates
selected for an interview
,will be contacted. EOE.
FACTORY WORKER, PT,
$6.50hr, 904-964-4388,
8am to 4pm
LAWN WORKER
NEEDED, must have
good drivers license and
own transportation, train
for 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 office in Lake But-
ler. Call 386-496-2134.
ASPHALT CREW needed.
Asphalt experience a
must. Apply at main of-
fice in Lake Butler. Call
386-496-2134.
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.
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more, be home more
carrier." Call 7days/week
$$$ 888-356-1140 $$$
www.GoRoehl.com.
PART TIME TELLER,
M&S Bank seeking a
part-time teller for Key-
stone office. One to two
years teller experience


dling required. Apply at
any M & S Bank location.
EOE/AA/H/V.
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 County area.
Back ground check re-
quired, benefits, vaca-
tion time, sick days,
401K offered. Call 386-
431-1999 or fax resume
to 386-431-1089.
PROGRAM MANAGER to
oversee operation of 3
six bed group homes
providing services to de-
velopmentally disabled
individuals in Starke and
Lake City. Requires BA
in Human Services and
at least 1 year exp work-
ing with MR/DD. EOE
Salaried position, good
benefits. For application
call 352-372-0130 fax
resume 352-372-0139
email dtalley @rescare
.com
Home Support Staff to
work with developmen-
tally disabled individuals
in group homes in
Starke. Requires High'
School Diploma or GED,
valid FI drivers license
with good driving record.
$7.00 plus benefits. EOE


call 904-964-8082.
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 Courtn-
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, Fl 32091. De-
tailed job description and
an application, please
see our website at:
www.circuit8.org or call
904-966-6221.
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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 learn. Please call
352-473-0707.
MEDICAL OFFICE ADMIN
Asst. Computer skills,


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offered in 12 Tracts.
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sites, creek frontage,
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.Land For Sale
PRIME ACREAGE
AUCTION 11AM ,-
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ARCADIA, FL. 1066
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County Close to SR 70 &
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Friday May 12, 2PM -
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M.E. Higgenbotham,
CAI, FL Lic#
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Beautiful Lake Lots.
Georgia's finest hidden
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Russell. (706)213-6734.
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www.realtyofmurphy.co
m.
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5253. m.


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community. Enjoy the
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Mountain-View
Homesites. (931)243-
4871
www.swanridgedevelop
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property in the Blue
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our websitee at
www.ActiveRealtyNC.co
m.,
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of Tallahassee. 13,742
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parking, 4BR 2 BA
house, 7.3 AC. $499,000.
MLS#51894, CENTURY
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(800)677-5559
www.century21 rankinrea
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ASHEVILLE, NC
AREA HOMESITES
Sneak preview of Phase
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nature trails. Call
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to Atlanta & the Coast.
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with incredible moss-
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Planned clubhouse,
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Minutes to historic
Eufaula. Call owner
(866)882-1107.
TENNESSEE/KENTUC
KY LAKEFRONT
Private lakefront or view
retreats. Rolling hills.
mild climate. I to over
40 acre sites from $40K.
On the border 90 min to
Nashville. Phase II
selling now! Owner
(866)339-4966.
VA MOUNTAINS 5
acres with frontage on
very large pristine creek,
very private, excellent
fishing, canoeing, good
access, near New River
Trail State Park. $39,500.
Owner (866)789-8535


GEORGIA
BLAIRSVILLE IN THE
NORTH GEORGIA
MOUNTAINS. Land,
Homes. Commercial t&
Investment.
"EVERYTHING WE
TOUCH TURNS TO
SOLD" Jane Baer
Realty, (-706)745-2261,
(800)820-7829
www.janebaerrealty.com
.janebaer@alltel.net.
Owner's Liquidation
Sale by Sealed Bid New
homes and acreage
homesites in the Blue
Rifge Mountains of VA.
Sold "AS IS", 30-day
close. Restrictive
Covenant Community.
Deadline May 27th: For
details (800)420-2278 or
visit ,
www.Stoneridgebentmtn
.com.
Western New Mexico
Private 74 Acre Ranch
$129,990 Mt. views,
trees, rolling hills,
pastureland, wildlife,
orders BLM.
Picturesque homesite at
6,700' elevation.
Horseback riding,
hiking, hunting. Perfect
family ranch, electricity.
100% financing. NALC
(866)365-2825.
FL LAND BARGAINS.
Opportunities to own
your own farm, ranch
woodland or lakefront
homestead. Old- Florida
at its best! Stijl
affordable! Call
(866)352-2249 or
www.fllandbargains.com

Steel Buildings
ALL STEEL
BUILDING SALE!
"Plus Free Bonus!"
20x32 Now $4100.
25x42 $6200. 30x52
$9800. 40x82 $18.400.
Extensive range of sizes.
Ends/accessories
optional. Pioneer
(800)668-5422.
Wanted To Buy
Wanted to Buy: Morgan
Silver Dollars and Old
US Coins. Single coins-,
accumulations, entire
collections. Littleton
Coin Company Since
1945. Call (800)581-
2646, e-mail
coinbuy @littletoncoin.c
om. Mention code
B8K920F.


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good with pubLic, orga-
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team player, FT. AChris-
tian based practice offer-
ing women health and
pediatrics. Fax resume
to 386-659-2196.
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2 years exp, clean MVR,
must pass DOT & Drug
tests. Call 352-473-
9790, references.
BABYSITTER WANTED!
in my home. 6 year old
in Starke, hours are
4 around 7:45am to
5:15pm, Mon -Fri. Call
352-395-6669.
RADIO SHACK dealer
now accepting applica-
tions for a sales position.
Positive people with flex-
ible part time availability.
Apply in person, dressed
for success. 160 S.
Lawrence Blvd, Key-
stone Heights.
HONEST DEPENDABLE
hardworking person for
cleaning service, call
386-496-4545 or 352-
235-2052.
CDL CLASS A well estab-
lished carrier is looking
for experienced drivers
with a minimum of two
years tractor trailer ex-
perience. We off r a five
day work week and our
drivers are home every
night. Health, dental, &
401K available. Must
pass DOT requirements.
Please contact Don
Turnerat 800-488-0409.
We are an equal oppor-
tunity employer. '
PRODUCTION SUPERVI-
SOR Diploma with 5
years supervisory expe-
rience in a job shop
metal fabrication plant.
Working knowledge of
common metal fabrica-
tion equipment, tools,
and technology. Ability
to train others in the use
and operation of com-
mon metal fabrication
equipment and tools.
Operation of industrial
machinery, forklifts, and
other material handling
equipment. Fax re-
sumes to 727-556-3389
with reference #F5-06
Location Raiford,
Florida.
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OP-
ERATOR Gastons Tree
Service Inc is seeking a
heavy equipment opera-
tor to run crane. Exp a
plus but not necessary,
Must have valid class B
CDL. Year round em-
ployment with lots of
benefits, including 401K.
Contact August at 352-
378-5801.
DUMP TRUCK DRIVERS
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tors, motorgrader opera-
tor. Experience pre-
ferred..Valid drivers li-
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benefits apply within
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DRIVERS: OWNER Op-
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with better beginnings?
If so, Episcopal
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locations throughout
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opportunity to develop
language, cognitive, so-
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and participate in ECS
activities that support the
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positions require previ-
ous childcare experi-
ence and a HS diploma.
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early childhood educa-
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but not essential. We of-
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package, including:
competitive starting
salaries commensurate
with experience and cre-
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and life insurance, retire-
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ter beginnings. All inter-
ested applications
should apply to ECS,
100 Bell Tel Way, Suite
100 Jacksonville, Florida
32216. Resumes may
be faxed to 904-726-
1520 or emailed to
sdayton@ecs4kids.org.
ECS is an Equal Oppor-
tunity/Affirmative Action/
Drug Free Employer
ATTN: DRIVERS/O/OPS
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Home weekly, great run-
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superior lease purchase
program, exceptional
vacation plan, great cus-
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day, Sat AM. CDL-A,
Hazmat, 1 yr. exp, or 6
months with major car-
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3 6 5 2 5 1 8,
www.arnoldcareer.com.
SALES PERSON Looking
for part time individual
with the right personal-
ity to meet and greet
customers. Must have
good work ethics. Re-
quires working on Satur-
days. Will consider both
experienced and inexpe-
rienced sales people.
Formal training pro-
vided. We offer health
insurance, and dental
plan. Commission based
on Salary. Please apply
in person at Noegel's
Auto Sales, 1018 N.
Temple Ave., Starke FL.
LANDSCAPE/NURSERY
HELP needed. $10 per
hour. Must have valid
Drivers license & reliable
transportation, M-F. Call
Phil at 904-759-6073.
NAIL TECH NEEDED par-
tial clientele preferred.
Call 352-473-6030.
DRIVERS about money.
$4000 sign bonus.
Home most weekends.
Hogan Van. EOE, Class
A 800-444-6042.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS'
CATV Technicians, trunk
& distribution experience
necessary, headend a
plus. Competitive salary
with bonuses available.
DFWP/EOE, 1-800-779-


2788.
HELPER FOR WORK IN
home repair. Call 352-
475-1596, leave mes-
sage.
WAREHOUSE POSITION
available, 40 hour mini-
mum per week. Gator II
Farm Supply, South of
Starke on HWY 301. HS
diploma required.
RETAIL SALES/CASHIER
position available, 40 hr
min per week. Apply at.
Gator II Farm Supply.
South of Starke on Hwy
301. HS Diploma re-
quired.
ARNP/PA small acute care
critical access hospital.
ER experience pre-
ferred, can be FT/PT/
PRN. Great benefits and
salary. For further infor-
mation, please visit our
website: www.lakebutler
hospital.com. Phone
386-496-2323 Fax 386-
496-1611.
HIRING HIGH SCHOOL
diploma graduates to
age 34 in rewarding high
tech skills. No experi-
ence is required, paid to
relocate. Call 800-342-
8123 or 800-843-2189.
LABORERS WANTED.
Must have DL. Must be
able to lift over 100lbs.
Call 904-964-8596.
BRADFORDTERRACE Is
accepting applications
for LPN'S, RN's &
C.N.A.'s FT& PT, Apply
in person at Bradford
Terrace, 808 S. Colley
Rd. Starke, FL 32091.
EPISCOPAL CHILDREN
Services Is currently
seeking several profes-
sionals to provide sup-
port and direction of best


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practices for literacy de-
velopment and quality
childcare. These posi-
tions will support St.
Johns, Clay & Bradford
Counties. Literacy
Coach; This position will
visit preschool class-
rooms and provide train-
ing, modeling and cur-
riculum support to en-
sure that appropriate
early childhood literacy
educatoin and perfor-
mance standards are
implemented through
quality programs and the
Links to Literacy curricu-
lum. Requires knowl-
edge of early literacy
and a Masters degree in
early childhood educa-
tion, elementary educa-
tion or related field and
3 to 5 experience in the
field of early childhood or
elementary education.
Environmental Program
Specialist; This position
will visit preschool class-
rooms and work with
teachers to provide tech-
nical assistance, im-





LAICE CITY
CIHHVNITY COLLEGE
STORES CLERK
S.1


i i d .].i,, r, ,, ,


Salary: $17,7i80.1) annually,
plus benefits.
Application Deadline:
May 31. 2106M
j.-li.cf,: Ip l t I1-,r." iL.-ilcd
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J ill lr ,,11 til r. i1
Inq5irits* Human RisourcE
De, ci.pmu Il
Lake City Community College
.149 SE College Place
L .aki City. FL 32025
," hhoe:.(386) 754-4314
Fax: (386) 754-4594
E E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
LCCC is accredited by the
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positions open in the Delivery / Service Department
High School Diploma or equivalent with a good
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* Health I Dental Insurance
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* 401K Retirement Plan
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provement plans, and
support the accreditation
process for the program
to create an appropriate
early learning environ-
ment. Requires knowl-
* edge of components in
a quality environment for
childcare as it relates to
early literacy develop-
ment, a Bachelors de-
gree in early childhood
education, elementary
education or related field
and 3 to 5 years experi-
ence in the field of early
childhood or elementary
education. Infant Toddler
Specialist; This position
will develop and provide
infant/toddler training,
technical assistance,
and support to create an
appropriate early learning
environment and to es-
tablish routines and
oragnization to support
childcare teachers.
Requires knowledge of
components in a quality
environment for


childcare as it relates to
early literacy develop-
ment, a Bachelors de-
gree in early childhood
education, elementary
education or related field
and 3 to 5 years experi-
ence in the field of early
childhood or elementary
education. Inclusion/
Screening Specialist;
This position will provide
developmental screen-
ings and technical assis-
tance to childcare cen-
ters and family childcare
homes providers provid-
ing support and training
to promote strategies
and environmental ad-
,, aptations to maximize
the appropriate learning
environment. Requires
knowledge of early child-
hood development, a ,
Bachelors degree in psy-
chology, early childhood
education, social work,
or related field and 3 to
5 years experience with
children In a classroom


environment. Episcopal
Children Services offers
an excellent compensa-
tion package comprised
of: competitive salaries,
bonus opportunities and
vacation, personal and
holiday pay. For qualified
positions, we do also of-
fer comprehensive
health benefits Including
medical, dental and life
insurance as well as re-
tirement benefits,
through a 403 (b) pro-
gram. Please send your
resume to 100 Bell Tel
Way, Suite 100, Jack-
sonville FL 32216 or
email to
sdayton@ecs4kids.org
or fax 904-726-1520.
Please indicate on your
application which
positoin you are applying
for. ECS is an EOE/Af-
firmative Action, DFW.
DRIVER WANTED FT &
PT local work, good
MVR, drug test, good
pay. Call 678-431-3540.


A


LAKE CITY
CIONNNITY COLLEIE
DEAN,
STUDENT SERVICES
To begin August 2006 -
Master's degree in Student
Personnel, Counseling,
Education or closely related
field plus five years experience
in counseling, advising. or
supervision. Community
College experience preferred
EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR, TEACHER
PREPARATION
ACADEMY
To begin August 2006 Masters
degree with 18 graduate credit
hours in Education. Minimum
six years in teaching and
leadership positions desired
Application Deadline:
Review of applications to begin
June 1.2006.
Persons interested must provide
application, resume and
photocopies.of transcripts. All
foreign transcripts/degrees must
be submitted with an official
translation and evaluation.
Position details and application
Available ion the web at:
www.lakecitycc.edu
Inquiries:
Human Resource
Development
Lake City Community College
149,SE College Place
Lake City, FL 32025
Phone: (386) 754-4314 Fax:
(316) 754-4594
E-mail:
boettcherg@lakecitycc.edu
,1 C ..ll' l ;1 C-. C.r.. .

VP/ADA/EA/EO College in
Education & Employment


WANTED


The Bradford County Sheriff's Office has immediate full-time openings for certified
Correctional Officers. Benefits include, full retirement, annual leave and health
insurance. Work 12-hour shifts and have 3 days off every other weekend. Great
schedule and working environment. Starting salary is $13.00 hour for certified
officers. Visit www.bradfordsheriff.org to do, nload an application. Applications
should be submitted to the Bradford Career Center behind the Vo-Tech on
Orange Street in Starke.
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INSTRUCTOR/
COORDINATOR
TEACHER PREPARATION
ACADEMY
168-Day Tenure-Track
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anl...re'ieme.l mnd N ..nit a. ird
,'u.naii. it', Pietcrned
Salary based on dgree and
espenenee. plu benr lls
Application & malarial, musl
arnme by May 26. 2006 for
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i.i lirjr .nl. Tiequired
li I' reign i in tnr.i muit be
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ati w!iketltCL edu
Inquiries- Human Resourre
SDetAelopment
Lake Clui Community College
149 SE College Place
Lake Cil), FL 32025
Phone: 361 754.4314
Fa: I.61 7q.4-4594
E .mad.
boettcherg@laketitycc.edt,.
LCCC i- .C.rpdedai ,tihe
S,,uthem 4 init.,.n
of Colleges and Schools
VP/ADA/EA/E College in .
Education & Employment


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is contiruihg to grow find Hias the follow irig positio'Ps"
open for qualified people to work at our Lake Butler




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May i


,ELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONIl OR--C-SECTION Page 11C


The state-
champion
girls 4x400m
relay team
from BMS
was made up
of Christina
Jordan,
Synteia
Postway,
Kenetra
Jenkins and
Lashika
Bellamy.


TRACK
Continued from p. 1C
Christina Jordan and Lashika
Bellamy.
"I was very impressed with
that relay," Loper said. "Every
girl ran her heart out."
Jenkins and Jordan teamed
up with Shay Wanton and
Courtney Jamison to finish as
state runner-up in the 4xl00m
relay with a school-record time
of 53.17 seconds.
Earning fifth-place finishes
for Bradford were Bellamy in
the 400m (65.59), Jamison in


the triple jump (29'3") and
Wanton in the shot put
(31'1.5").
Other BMS girls results
were: high jump-Postway
4'2", 13th (tie); long
jump-Bellamy 15', sixth;
discus-Mehgan Perry 68'1"
(PR), seventh, Lindsay
Haddock 50'5", 151";
100m-Bellamy 13.84, 14'-;
1500m-Ashley Sutherland
6:07.15, 20th; 800m-Steffan
2:49.21, 17"t; .3000m- Nicole-
Miller 12:51.49 (PR), 15"',
Natali Powell 13:45.63 (PR),
1 8th; 4x800m-Jessika
Robinson, Sutherland,
Postway, Steffan 11:38.68,
eighth.
Loper said he has been
working to convince the BMS
,students that just because they
"live"i a small town doesn't-
mean they can't compete
against students from bigger
cities. He cites Union County
standout football player and
track athlete C.J. Spiller as an
example.
"Talent is everywhere, not
just the big places," Loper
said.
His kids started to
-understand -'rhar-after their-
performances at the Bob Hayes


Invitational, which really gave
the boys team a confidence
boost, Loper said.
"I think the boys knew going
into state they had a chance,"
he said.
The BMS coaching staff
wished to express its thanks to
the following sponsors for
making this season a success:
Carl's Signs, Steffan Air
Conditioning, McDonald's,
Mike Potapaw, Town and
Country Ford Mercury,
Roberts Insurance, Matt
Bryant, Wal-Mart, Tatum
Brothers Lumber Company,
Jackson's Building Supply,
Bryan's Ace Hardware,
Reddish and White CPAs,
John Cooper, Dr. Marchese,
Sylvia Tatum, the Kiwanis
.-.Club ..of Starke, Thornton
Photography, Sheriff Bob
Milner and the Bradford
County Sheriff's Office, and
Chief Gordon Smith, Lt. Barry
Warren and the Starke Police
Department.
Loper also wished to express
his thanks to coaches Jeff
Ledger and Jimmy Scott, as
well as Bradford High School
coach Jon Alexander, who
-worked with the BMS athletes
in the hurdles.


Members of the Bradford Middle School track and field Prevatt, Jackie Mitchell, Carlton Crudup, 13obby McGee,
teams are: (front, I-r) Kanetra Jenkins, Shay Wanton, (fourth row, I-r) Travis Ledger, David Weeks, Josh
Amanda Yarbrough, Meghan Perry, Christina Jordan, Cooper, Isaiah Jenkins, Jawan Jamison, Rodney
;Jessika Robinson, Lashika Bellamy, (second row, I-r) Mosley, Reggie Thomas, (back row, I-r) coach Jimmy
'Rosa London, Courtney Jamison, Samantha Steffan, Scott, coach Jeff Ledger and coach John Loper. Not
Ashley Sutherland, Emilie Meng, Synteia Postway, pictured: Nicole Miller, Natali Powell, Seth Upthegrove
Demetri Postway, (third row, I-r) Rebecca Carlton, and Caitlin Wade.
Sarah Swords, Lindsay Haddock, Destiny Griffith, Tyler


BC Pop
Warner is
registering
Saturday
E hildren in'erested I iO
participating in the Bradford
County Pop Warner program
as either a player or
cheerleader can register
Saturday, May 20,-from 10.
a.m.-noon at the Bradford.
County Fairgrounds.
For more information,
please call (904) 368-0273.


ROOKIE
LEAGUE

RESULTS


Starke Rec.
Dept. summer
camp is now
istenrids :
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 I and
2. The-age determining date is.
MaN 30. 2006 (exceptions will
ble 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
own lunches 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 hat"
children do not bring food that
has to be cooked in a
microwave.
For more information on the
camp's rules and requirements,
please call the recreation
Department at (904)-964-6792:. ,


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Page 12C TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MUNITOR--o,-,a .... ,'lay .-, .uo6



Northside athletes earn


medals in competition


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Northside Christian
Academy students brought
home medals in athletics after
attending the Accelerated
Christian Education's 2006
Sun Coast Regional
Convention April 18-21.
Competing against students
from the Bahamas, all of
Florida and other islands
surrounding the state,
Northside had students place in
track and field, soccer,
. ---a-s-keetball- archery and
volleyball.
Bryan Blackburn won the
200-meter dash in 25.35


Bryan Blackburn won firs
throw. He also won the


seconds against two strong Danielle Devine, placed
teams from the Bahamas. The second,
boys' 400-meter relay team, In boys unlimited freestyle
comprised of Blackburn, archery, Haas took first place
Aaron Croft, Marshall Davis for the second year in a row,
and Will Wilkerson, took and Croft took second.
second place. In soccer kick (accurately
Blackburn, Joel Haas and kicking a ball into a net from
Stephen Coxe placed first, 10-55 yards. Haas took first;
second and sixth, respectively, Sam Drew took third'; Adams
in the discus throw. John took fifth and Johnathon
Adams placed third in the Davenport took sixth.
running long jump. Northside fielded a boys
The girls 400-meter relay basketball team this year,
team, comprised of Ashley consisting of Blackbtrn, Will
Henry,_ Ambrali- Br-owde-r----Witkers Cro C Eric
Amber Mattox and Breann Browder, Davenport, Drew
McClung, placed third. The and Adams, which placed
1600-meter team, comprised of fourth in the tournament.
Henry, Browder, Mattox and For the first time, Northside
entered a girls flag corp. The
team took first place.
The academy also had a
girl's volleyball team with the
following players: Beth
Hudson, Hannah Haas, Laurie
Moody, Henry, Mattox,
Ambrali Browder, McClung,
'Kim Hudson, Bethany Jones
S .and Shawna Shepard.
S. Their second year in the
..--'. competition, the team came
from last to win every match
this year, losing only one
: game, making them the Sun
Coast Regional Student
".: ''" :-: Convention. Champions. They
are now eligible for the
international competition held
. May 27-June, 1 in
N Harrisonburg, Va.
4- For more information on
.Northside Christian Academy,
call (904) 964-7124 and ask
for Glenda, or go -online at
nbcstarke.org. This site was
;t place for his discus designed by academy students
200-meter dash. Eric Browder and Sam Drew.


Aaron Croft (left) and Joel Haas participate in the boys unlimited
freestyle archery event. Haas took first for the second year in a row;
Croft took second.


The first-pl.acee Northside-volleyballteafi--m was comprised of (front, I-r) Kim
Hudson, Bethany Jones, Ambrali Browder, .Laurie Moody, (back) Beth
Hudson, Breann McClung, Ashley Henry, Hannah Haas, Amber Mattox
and Shawna Shephard.


Northside Christian Academy's flag corp team won first place at regional
convention. The team members are Bethany Jones, Ambrali Browder,
Breann McClung, Kim Hudson, Danielle Devine, Laurie Moody, Ashley
Henry, Beth Hudson, Hannah Haas, Shawna Shephard and'Amber
Mattox.


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