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Uniform Title: Union County times (Lake Butler, Fla.)
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Publisher: Sprintow Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Lake Butler Fla
Creation Date: May 25, 2006
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    Section A: Main: Notice of Tax Sale
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    Section B: Regional News
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    Section B: Regional News: Editorial/Opinion
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    Section C: Features and Sports
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    Section C: Features and Sports: Classified Ads
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USPS 648-200 Three Sections Lake Butler, Florida


Count;


- ..... thursday, May 25, 2006


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94th Year 7th Issue 50 CENTS


Shadds named Business Partner of the year


On May 9, Lowell Shadd
and his family were presented
with the Outstanding Business
Partner Award by the Union
County School Board.
According to Superintendent
Carlton Faulk. the family is
very generous in their support.
"Shadd Trucking has been a
loyal supporter of Union
County schools for many
years," Faulk said. "The
generous contributions of this
family of both time and money
are one of the many reasons
our school system is
successful."
According to Faulk, Lowell
Shadd has sponsored employee
back-to-school meals, Teacher
Appreciation Week activities
and trips for students who
achieved academic success at
the local and state levels.
Along with those he sponsors
the Quarterback Club, Little
League and Pop Warner.
Shadd is active in the
school's FFA program. He
purchases steers and hogs from
many students. He has also
made generous contributions
to the band,, flag core and
various school organizations.
In addition to Shadd's
monetary donations, members
of the Shadd family volunteer


their time to help with
academic and athletic pursuits
of many of the students. Cassie
Shadd Driggers has served on
the middle school advisory
council for many years.
"Her interest and input have
been of assistance on a regular
basis to further the goals of the
middle school," Faulk said.
"She and her husband have
volunteered to chaperone
dances cheerleading
competitions and fund-
raisers."
Faulk said the assistance of
Lowell Shadd and Shadd
Truckin-g were what made
Union County unique,
"The assistance of Shadd
Trucking as a business partner,
both financially and in an
advisory role, is an example of
what makes Union County
such a unique and wonderful
community," Faulk said,
The award was presented
during the board's regular
meeting. It is an annual award
that goes to the business that
the school board feels has best
supported the school system
throughout the year.


Union County Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk presents the Business
Partner of the Year Award to Cassie Shadd Driggers. She accepted on her family's
behalf.


Mooneyham receives outstanding volunteer award


On May 9, the. Union
County School Board
presented Wally Mooneyham
with the Regional Outstanding
School Volunteer Award.
Mooneyham was n.,minated
for the award because of his
av idsuIpport-'-o the Union
County School District. He has
volunteered his services in
various capacities for more
than 30 years.
"\\ heather it's .a principal,
teacher. student or etr'a-,
curricular acti'itN in need. he
is al\ay\s eager to lend a
helping hand." said
Superintendent Carlton Faulk.
"He is lull of enthusiasm with,
a genuine love for children and,
life, which bubbles over to
.everyone he comes ,in contact
with." ..
Faulk said. he was an
excellent role model to the
students of Union County as
well as adults .in the
community. Some 'of his


Union County Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk presents Wally Mooneyham
with the Volunteer of the Yeair Award. Mooneyham's wife, Sharon, stands to his right.


volunteer activities include:
Chaperoning numerous
filed trips.
Volunteering in the
classroom.
o Serving as a judge for
. science fairs and Tro.picana
Speech contests.
O Participating in the, Read
Across America program
celebrating Dr. Seuss'
birthday.
Hosting foreign exchange
studentss and their parents.
: Being umpire for mniddle-
Achool softball games.
': Cooking for various
organizations such as band
boosters and the quarterback
club during fund .-raising
events.
The thing Mooneyham is
known best for is being the
"Voice of the Tigers" for more


See AWARD, p. 3A


Town hall meetings asking residents to be prepared


BY JAMES REDMOND
Times Staff Writer
In an effort to be proactive,
the Union County Office of
Emergency Management and
the Union County Emergency
Medical Services Department
are hosting a series of town
hall meetings throughout the
county.
The. purpose of these
meetings is get citizens ready
for noti only .the upcoming
hurricane season, but any type
of natural .disaster. The
directors of both departments
are out urging residents to be
prepared. The second in the
series of meetings took place
in Worthington Springs on
May 23.
OEM Director Doug York
told residents that he and EMS
Director Allen Parrish were
there to inform them on several.
,.different issues relating to.
being prepared for a disaster.
"We are here tonight to
prepare y ou, not scare 3ou,"
ork ;aid. "Our purpose here
tonight is to give you the
information you need to help'
you get ready in the event a
;natural disaster "ere to hit
Union County."
He said thai to be prepared,
residents should ha% e enough
supplies on hand to sustain


Union County Office of Emergency Management Director Doug York talks with residents
during a town hall meeting in Worthington Springs. The purpose of the meetings are to
inform residents about the preparations necessary to be ready for natural disasters.


them and their families for 72
hours. Those supplies included
food, water, a battery powered
radio and flashlight,
emergency contact numbers,
any medicines being taken and
important documents such as
insurance policies and vital
records.
"You need to have at least a
72 hour supply of these items
on hand because it will be that
long before we receive any
type of aid from the federal
government," York said, "It
will take them.that long to get
supplies into effected areas so
it is important that you keep at
least this amount of provisions
on hand to sustain you and
your family until they can get
here."
He explained that if a
hurricane makes landfall in the
Cedar Key area, it is less then
60 miles from Union County.
Tropical storm force winds
from hurricanes can extend out
much further than that..
"In 2004, Hurricane
Charley's eye pasted less than
50 miles west of Lake Butler, "
York said. "During that time,
the city experienced wind
gusts of 68 mph which is just
short of hurricane force winds.
A small shift to the east in the-

See PREPARE, p. SA


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



Series of
meetings to
focus on
preparation
The Union County Office
of Emergency Management
will host 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-. at-the
Raiford Community Centei.
For more information, call
(3'86) 496-4300.


Union
Courthouse
will be closed
May 29
The Union County
Courthouse will be closed
Monday, May 29, in
observance of Memorial Day.
The Tax Collector's Office
will also be closed on
Saturday, May 27, due to the
holiday.

SCRC to host
revival
The Sanderson Christian
Revival Center will host a
revival this Friday, May 26.
The Rev. David Copeland
of Alabama will be the
special guest pastor for the
event. Services-will begin at
7 p.m. on Friday, 6 p.m. on
Saturday and two services
will be held on Sunday at 11
a.m. and 6 p.m. Along with
the revival, the church will
host a fish fry on Friday
night from 5:30-7 p.m.
Everyone is invited. For
more information, contact
Pastor DuWayne Bridges at
(386)965-0127.

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.


For crime, socials and editorials, see Regional News section. For sports, see Features and Sports section. |||

Deadline noon Monday before publication 386-496-2261 (phone) 386-496-2858 (fax) 6 89076 63869 2


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Page 2A UNION COUNTY TIMES May 25, 2006


AWARD
Continued from p. 1A

than 30 \cars.
"'lie Ihas rarel\ inissetd a
home \arsit\ toolf< these years,'" said l-aulk. "Ile is
a great asset to our communilyi
and school s\ stemI. His
contributions are enormous.
He has donated maln hours
over the \ears of his \aluahle
time. The li\ Cs he has touched
are innuinerable. His
dedication. dlepndabilitN and
caring are \\ h \\ e are proud to
name him the volunteer o01 the
\ear.




Tired of
telephone
marketers?
The Federal Trade
Commission reminds
consumers that the National
Do Not Call Registry has
accepted personal cell phone
and home phone number
registrations since it opened for
consumer registrations in June
2003. There is no deadline to
register a home or cell phone
number on the registry.
To register a telephone
number, or to file a complaint,
consumers should visit
www.donotcall.gov or call
(888) 382-1222 ITTY: (866)
290-4236).
Consumers registering a
phone number online will be
asked to provide a valid e-mail
address to which a
confirmation of the registration
will be sent. A registration is
not complete until the
consumer clicks on the link in
this e-mail.
Consumers registering by
phone must call from the
phone number they wish to
register.


Gator Cubs fast pitch softball team goes undefeated


Summer school starts

June 5 in Union County


BY JAMES REDMOND
Time/ Staff Writer


On April 25, the Union
County School Board
approved the dates and times
for the 2006 summer school
session.
Students from Lake Butler
Elementary School and Lake
Butler Middle School that
require the extra time will
begin the summer session on
June 5. The summer session
will last four weeks ending on
June 29. Classes will be in.-
session from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.-
Union County High School
has 'two .sessions the first
beginning on June 5. It will
last three weeks running unltti


Esther King ,
scholarship-
applications
available
Esther King Scholarsh
applications are now available
to be picked up. Please s
Jessica Andrews at .lni<
County High School or Lau
Jenkins at the District Offi
for an application. Deadli
for submitting application
12:00 p.m., Thursday, Juie 1
For more information, ci
(386) 496-2045.


The eight-and-under Gator Cubs girls fast-pitch softball team went undefeated during a
recent tournament held in Lake Butler. The team defeated Chiefland 10-4 and Trenton
10-2. To win the tournament, the team then played Chiefland a second time defeating
them 11-5. The win let them lay claim to the eight-and-under girls fast-pitch division
championship. The members of the team are pictured above. From I-r, they are: (first
row) Rose Amwake, Valerie Seay, Savannah Woodall, Cassie Phillips, Bobbie Grace-
Barber, (second row) Katie Zipperer, Taylor Lilliston, Shelbie Barber, Kayla Andrews,
Tristyn Southerland, Karsyn Jenkins, (third row) coaches Mike Southerland, Trudy
Andrews and Wayne Andrews.


LB Woman's Club installs new officers


Far away in the sunshine
are my highest inspirations.
I may not reach them, but I
can look up and see the
beauty, believe in them and
try to follow where they
lead.
-Louisa May Alcott
e; '" ,i ;,


June 22. Students will be
required to be at school from 9
a.m.-2 p.m. The second session
will begin June 26 and end
July 1;3.'Classes will begin at
8:45 aLm. and run through 2:15
p.m. :
Driver's Education classes
will. also be offered during
summer school.: The class
begins May 26 and runs
through June 2. This will cover
the seatwork portion of the-
class.' Students Avill begin
driving on. their assigned days
on June 5. ., j "
James Redmond can be
reached at (3861490-220/ or
SiiIrmn e.s@alliel.net'


WS looking
for board
members
ip The town of Worthington
)le .Springs is looking to
ee establish a board of
on directors for appeals and
ira. procedures;. if 'ou are a
ce citizen and would like to be
ne on this board, contact the
is city office on Wednesday's
5. between 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at
all (386) 496-1006.


SUMMER LIBRARY PROGRAM
at UNION CO. PUBLIC LIBRARY
Thursday, June 1, 10 a.m.


at Union County Public Library.
Thursday, June 8, 10 a.m.


at Lake Butler Elementary School
Programs are for school-aged children
For more information call the library 496-3432
Sponsored by Union Co. Public Library and
New River Public Library Cooperative
Dial-a-Story 496-2542


The Lake Butler Woman's Club recently installed officers for the 2006-2008 term.
They are (1-r) Verona Kay DeLoach, president; Jean Brannen, first vice president;
Sylvia Carter, second vice president; Harriet Maines, treasurer; Margaret Reeves,
secretary; and Sally Keller (standing in for Ann Hendricks), parliamentarian.


Custom Computer
Services
Custom Systems Upgrades Tim Giebeig
Custom Systems Upgrades 386-496-1990
Repairs, Solutions 220 W Main St.
ccs@alltel.net Lake Butler 32054

S* AdI erli snileIt
A Gold Mine in Bedroom Drawers
Newswire: Peopleare selling their'old broken and outdated items like
scrap gold that is gathering dust for chains, charms, rings and more.
its cash value because gold prices "Everyone has bits of gold just lying
. are so high. With the price bf gold at a around which can be turned into cash"
25 year high (over $700.0d per ounce), says R.ichard Zakroff, VP of
it makes sense. GoldKit.com, a marketing. "Even old dental gold has
gold. recycler, offers free insured .value." GoldKit.com processes over
recycle kits so people may cash in their 10,000 recycle Kits per month.
scrap 'with 24 hour service and People can get a free GoldKit
guarantee satisfaction. They accept at 1-800-283-4700 or GoldKit.com.


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Subscrptlion Ra
$30 00 per year
$16 00 Si- month
Outside Trade A
$16.00 six month


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Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
Web address: UCTimesoniline.com
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher
Editor: James Redmond
te'in Trade Area sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Don Sams
Darlene Douglass
ths Typesetting: Joalyce Graham


rrea: $30.00 per year:
ths


Advertising and
Newspaper Prod.
Classified Adv.
Bookkeeping:


SEarl W. Ray
Virginia Daugherty
Kathi Bennett


Annual Godwin
reunion to take
place
The 23rd annual Doyal and
Wanda Godwin cookout will
take place on Saturday, June
10, at the Lake Butler
Community Center-beginning
at noon. All family and friends
are invited. For more
information, contact the
Godwins at i386) 496-2874.


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Students attend Physics Day at Busch Gardens


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Gifted students from Lake Butler Middle School in grades 5-8 recently attended
Physics Day at Busch Gardens in Tampa. It is an annual event designated by the
theme park for students across Florida. Students participated in an exciting day that
included physics demonstrations, plus they got to enjoy the normal rides an
exhibits. In the picture above, fifth-grader Alex Hag' kins stands on a University of
South Florida professor who is lying on a bed of nails.


Consider
hosting
exchange
student
Foreign exchange students
arrive in August for a 10-
month or 5-month academic
stay with host families.
Open your home and teach
your kids about the wider
world.
Dawn Brown has
been serving as a community
coordinator in Union County
for four years She is currently
looking for families to host
exchange students during the
next school year. Host families
provide a bed, a place to study,
and the love and support any
teenager would need.
PAX exchange students
have had a minimum of 3
years of English and are
required to maintain grades of
C or better in all classes. They
have their own insurance and
spending money. Families can
expect students to help with
household chores and
participate in family activities.
This is a wonderful chance
to make a lifelong friend and
help a young person learn
more about America. Promote
peace and understanding for
the world's future leaders, both
American and foreign, by
hosting an exchange
student! For more information
and to see profiles of available
students, please call Brown or
go to www.pax.org

Take advantage of small
opportunities. Remember
that centuries are made up
of seconds.
-Bern Williams


UC Farmer's Market gets


new vendors

BY JACQUE BREMAN
UC Extension Agent
On Saturday, May 20, there
were eight farmers with a
variety of produce at the Union
County Farmer's Market.
The cool nights, that the
county has been experiencing,
has stretched the vegetable
season. A wide variety of ,
fresh produce was available.,
New produce is coming in at
the Union County Farmer's
Market. Sweet corn is now
available. Green beans, new
potatoes, onions, squash,
zucchini (yellow and green),
Blue Lake, watermelons,
tomatoes, cucumbers, and a
variety of other produce was
available last Saturday.
The staff expects the variety
of produce to continue. Plan


to visit the Market this
Saturday morning, from 8
a.m.- noon.
The staff is encouraging all
recipients of FMNP and Elder
Care coupons to redeem their
coupons for produce. The
office went through a lot of
work to get Union County
Farmer's Market certified to
accept FMNP and Elder Care
coupons. Most of the farmers
and the Market are certified to
accept these coupons.
Certified farmers had to go
through mandatory training in
order to accept and redeem
these coupons. The staff is
proud that Union County
Farmer's Market is one of a
limited number of farmer's
markets in the entire state of
Florida which is certified for
the FMNP and Elder Care
coupon program.


A pint of sweat will save a gallon of blood.
-George Patton


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this traumatic time. 'The
IFAS introduces majority miss out on field
new guide trips, school sports
Sg ie participation, camp and many
The University of Florida/ other activities due to financial
Institute of- Food and lack
Agricultural Services would If you would like to make a
like to introduce The Water difference in a child's life and
Quality/Water Quantity Best don't have time to be a
Management Practices (BMPs) Guardian ad Litem volunteer,
for Florida Vegetable and the Guardian Angels Program
Agronomic Crops Guide. is for you. A Guardian.Angel
Copies of the manual can.be will sponsor a childfinancially
picked up at the Union County to help provide the'"extras"
Etension Office. The BMP that will help brighten up their
program 'is an entirely life.
voluntary program aimed at There is no requirement of
improving ground" water quality\ h.oweA.v;cyou have to spend.
ahd water consenr ati,,"n For more information about
Enr ,t pr .-rt'h,. e -riting-ne" program.- -
sen s j clear message to state please contact Clarkson
and federal agencies that ,
and federal agencies tha Cantrell at (352) 374-3656.
producers are mindful of water :.
quality, and water quantity
issues and are committed to
BMPs on the .farm.' Without Special needs
voluntary participation in this h
program, regulatory programs children to be
-nay be enacted to. protect served
afterr qudlitl such as those i'n serv6 -
Sther qureais of the state Children who tave special
SUF/IFAS is committed to needs are being sought by
assistingg you with the BMP, Child Find, a screening,
implementation process and assistance and referral, system
helping you enroll 4 by for Bradford. Union. Baker,
ubmitting a Notice of Intent Flagler, Putnam and St. Johns
itlh the Florida Department of counties.
.. agriculture and Consumer Child Find proides the
services .. following "services free of
In this area. Mace Bauer, a charge to children 'who hate
'ember of the IFAS BMP, problems:
; nplementation Team, ii. Information about
S ailable to assist ypu. He can community programs a\ ailable
nduct your on-farm to children %ith special needs
:sessment and provide more Professional consultation
formation about the program. for parents of children "ith
S r more information about 'special needs.
S e BMP Implementation Screening for children in
S am contact Bauer at the the areas of vision, hearing, .
FREC-Su"annee Valley at communication. 'motor
-86) 36-4.029. or call Jacque development and preschool
neman at the .Union Counti\ readiness.
,tension Office ,(3861-496- Assistance in placing
-..21.. children in appropriate
Participating landowners or exceptional education programs /
ise holders must submit a or early intervention programs'
atice of Intent to FDACS..' If 'your child, ages zero to
S us form indicates the BMPs five, has trouble seeing,
at 1ou already implement on hearing, speaking, walking,
lur tarm. as %ell as the playing, 'understanding or
Ps that Nou are killingg ti.i taking part in actiuties ilth
iplement. The BMP program other children, contact Child
oluntar,. and therefore. Find today) Call Child Find at
le ill not be required to (386) 329-3811 or toll free at
)t ecllnomicall\ Ieasihl,e or
4Impatible ~ith the production
stem. Cost share funding eB SMART
t om arious locjl, slate. and t
deral sources %\ill be about your .
I aillable to help groiuers
nplement several of the health... .
Sacices The Self.-Managing
A Aareness Rural Team
A Iookin SMART pro ides free
AL looking education to people in Bradford
r or Union counties "\ho ha e
or guardian diabetes or high blood.
gel pressuree. .. bloo
ngels The grant-funded program is
v The Eighth Judicial Circuit not aimed at low income
; guardian ad L.item Program is people, but at almost all
|urrentl\ representing more patients ith diabetes or high
an 900 children w'ho ha'e blood pressure The tree
Bcen abused or neglected and program provides information
Sre in \oled in the Dependenc\ that Mill allow the patient to
Iourt process. Most of them better manage his or her own.
la'e been removed from their .health
parent." custody\ and are living For more information, call
Sa foster home or "ith Lake Butler Hospital at i386)
k lati es All of them "ant to 496-09-
i \e as normal a lite as
possible whilee going through

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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
32060, phone (386) 362-6886
o -r e m i4a"''
slsmesser@alltell.net.


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Page 4A UNION COUNTY TIMES '-: -? 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 000801'0662
REAR CHARLES E,
RR 12 BOX 227
ILAKE CITY. IFI. 32055-8823
COM @ NW COR NEI1/4 OF1
SEI/4 FOR POll. THE 375
FT. .TH S 4151". TH E 645
FT. TH S 232 FT, TH W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.)
2 R0011500 HX $105.66
02-05-18-78-000-0030-0(
5.02 AC OB101891P0533
WII.KERSON CHRISTINE H
RR 3 BOX 137
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 3 FOX RUN SUBDIVISION
3 R0012700 HX $443.06
03-05-18-00.000-0060-0
40.00 AC OB0161P0085
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 HOX 138
I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
El/2 OF WI/2 OF SE1/4
4 R0013500 $94.11
09-05-18.00-0X00-0020-A
62.50 AC
I) GREENFIEDI.) I.ANDS INC
C/O MILTON I, BROWN
'PO OX 8011
MOBILE. AI. 36689
25'. I)FG (MN/2 SE1/4,---- -
-- 1.2 OF NEI/4. SI/2 OF
S1/2 OF NEI/4 OF
NEI/4NW1/4 OF NW1/4, S1/2
OF NW1/4 & NI/2 OF SW1/4:
5 R0015700 HX $1916.03
10-05-18-00-000-0080-0
98.02 AC OB110095P0234
CROFT DELBERT JR & SHERRY
RR 3 BOX 143-A
IAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
SI/2 OF NWI/4 & AI.I.THAT
PART OF S I/2 OF NEI/4 OF
NW 1/4 I.YING S OF R/W OF
RD THAT RUNS E FROM SR
(ADD'I IEGAI. SEE TAXRO.LL.)
6 R0017100 HX $157.38
11-05-18-00-000-0072-0
11.50 AC OB0124P0271
COTHRAN VERNON A & LINDA
RR 3 BOX 129
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl, 32054.
COM @ NW COR SE 1/4, TH SE
AINGGRI) RI) 1819.59 FT, TH
NE ALNG RD 1666.68 FT, TH
N 198.67 FT.TH W 1396.56
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL.)
7 R00 18400 $65.87
12-05-18-00-000-0027-0I
12.02 AC OB10057P0287
WIILIAMS BARABARA I.E
WILLIAMS KENNY
RR 3 BOX 124
LAKE BUTTER, Fl, 32054
THE WEST 475 FT OF EAST
950 FTOF SW1/4 OF NEI/4,
SEC 12-5-18(ORB 578,1'
287)
8 R0018500 $1309.28
12-05-18-00-000-0030(-0
85.46 AC OB0218P0533
PHEI.PS JOCK & MEAGAN S
3566 N W IIROWN RAOI)
I.AKE CITY, Fl, 32055
NEI/4 OF SWI/4 E OF CO
GRD RD TH NWI/4 OF SEI/4;
TH S217.24 FT OF SW1/4,OF
NEI/4 & S 217.24 FT OF
(ADD'L LEGAI. SEE TAXRO.I.)
9 R0026000 HX $282.71
25-05-18-00-000-0020-0 '
1.00 AC OB0071P0691
LUKATZ ROBERT E JR
RR 5 IBO)X 4148
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl,
32054-9802
COAT I/S OF C/L OF
SR-239 & N/L, OF SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 & TH RUN E 210 FT
THS211i l I [H \ 21111T .
. .- (ADD'I It,(.A1I '4 1\ \XRI)Li

10 R0027100 HX $155.08
26-05-18-00-000-0030-0 ,
10.00 AC OB0041P0196
NETTLES THOMAS I).
RT 5 BOX 4180
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-9631
THE E 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 O10078P0602 '
MECUSKER DAVID C & PATRIC
RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
S1/2 SW1/4 OF SEi/4.
12 R0028900 $447.56 .-
-. ---205-18.00-000-0030-
413.33 AC
GUTHREI A K
611 MAIN ST
BIG SPRING. OK 78720
2/3 INT N 1/2 OF SW 1/4 OF
SW1/4& 1/3'INT IN NEt/4
SEC 29;

13 R0031000 $146.50
30-05-18-00-000-0010-0
80.00 AC OB0216P0116
BRANAGAN BRIAN .J JR &
BRANAGAN KEVIN M & SUTTON
2808 SANDERS DRIVE
TAMPA. FI, 33611
El/2 OF SEI/4 OF SEC 30.
(ORB 195 P 666)
(SEC30-05-18)
14 R0034200 $1265,09
31-05-18-00-000-0108.0
1.65 AC OB0199P0572
ANDREWS JEFFERY. I & KIMBE
RR 3 BOX216
IAKE Bi1TI ER. FIl
32054.9709
BEG ( '.-iW CORN %.1/4 SF1/4
& RUN F. 120 l)D. H RUN N
157.5 YDS, TH RUN W 120
YDS. TH RUN S 157.5 YDS
i ,l)'l. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
15 R0037800 HX $251.80
32-05-18-00-000-0143-0
1.00 AC OB0134P0023
IANSFORD) BRIAN GRAHAM
RR 3 BOX 186-N
I.AKE BUTLER, FIL 32054
BEGIN NW COR SWI/4 SEC
32. TH S 686.55 FT TO
POB; TH S 307.50 FT TO NW
COR SUMNIMERS EST. TH F 50 ,
i1 1) 1I I,\ G I1 .-.LI. rAXROI.l.
16 R0040500 $1719.90
34-.05.18.00-000-.0033.0
10.'10 \C O(ih156Ipi40l9 ,
HOI.,II l1S III I.
RR 5 BOX 4243
LAKE IBUTI FR. IT. 32054
COM NIA CO'R 5111/401- NI 1/4
rSEC34. THE :61M.52 I T TO
POB; TH I. 688.22 F 1T. IH S
S 603.76 FTTH W 156.82 FT,.
(ADD'L IEGAI, SEE TAXROI,.)
S17 R0040800 HX $717.53
34-05.18-00-000-0036-0
2.30 AC OB0190P0327 '
BRANNEN ADI)AM, TENNII.LE., E
9341 NW 61ST AVE
I.AKE BUTI.ER, FI, 32054
COM @ SE COR OF SE1/4 OF
.NW1 l/4& RUN N00*35'09"W; .
Al.NG E IN THEREOF, 342.68
FT TO POB; S88* 12'04"W,
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLI,)
18 R0051900 $95.31


S06-06-18-00-000-0025-O,


1.03 AC O01102171'0157
MURI)IE KIMBERL.Y
2811 NEW LEICESTER HWY
LEICESTER. FI, 28748-5182
COM @ SW COR OF NEI/4 OF
SEI/4& RUN W'LY. 112.89
FT TO INT WITH E R/W OF
CR 245; N'LY. AL.NG E R/W,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)I
19 R0054400 $834.13
06-06-18-00-000-0200-0
2.00 AC OB1102031'0679
TOWNSEND CHARL.ES W
&ILINDA
12317 MILLHOPPER RD
GAINESVILLE, AL 32653
COM @ NE COR OF IAND
CONVEYED TO DEWITT C
CIYATT IN ORB 15 PG 304
FOR POB: TH
(ADD'I, I.EGAI. SEE TAXRO.LL.)
20 R0056700 $1086.91
06-06-18-00-000-0310-0
5.00 AC OB01461'0240
BIVINS DAI.E & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 I)
LAKE BUTTER. Fl.
32054-9622
COM AT NW COR & RUN E
2814 2/3 FT TH S 139 FT
TO POB TH RUN S 643 FT E .
335 1/3 FT N 643 FT W 335
(ADD'I I.EGAI, SEE TAXROIL..)
21 R0057600 $611.54
06-06-18-00-000-0380-0
.35 AC OB0185P0358
BIVINS DALE F & SANDRA
RR 3 BOX 241 b)
LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROL.L)
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'lI LEGAI. SEE TAXROILL)
23 R0057900 $1432.74
06-06-18-00-000-0410-0
3.37 AC OB0194P0688
LASSETER JOHN W .JR & BEVE
RR 3 BOX 241 1)
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 6 TH
RUN E 3150 FT TO POB: TH
RUN E 310 FT. TH S 306
FT. TH W 144 FT. TH S 476
(ADD'l. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
24 R0059700 HX $274.21
06-06-18-81-00C-0040-0
.50 AC OB0157P0072
BIEASLEY ANTHONY G
RR13 BOX 254-4C
VIII.AGE DR
LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
LOT 4 BL.K C PROVIDENCE
VILI.AGE PLAT BOOK 2/12
25 R0060200 ~$ 7 t. W ,
0 6 4- 6 -18 -8 1.-2A0 2- .6 ..- ...
1.01 AC OB02t4P0619 ..
BOWEN KENNETHM. '-;"
519 SW DUCKETT COURT
LAKE CITY, FL 32024
I.OT 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
PAIDE.T T1I INDA C
RR 3 BOX 254-14C
I \Kl. 1LITI -1R, 1-1 32054
(LOT 5AA) LOT 5 ,LK A
PHASE I 'ROVIDENCE
VILLAGE SUB. (ORB 199 P
6;) (06-06-81)
27 R0063700 $1911.99
06-.l06.18.8-1.0211.0260-0
5.02 AC OB0210P0270
WII.lIS NAOMI A
336 SE CEDAR LOOP
IAKE CITY, Fl. 32025
LOT 26, PHASE II BLOCK 11
OF PROVIDENCE VILLAGE AS
RECORDEDIN PLAT BK 2 PG
17. '
28 R0065900 HX $2866.11
07.06.18.4.0- 0.0012-(.0I -
46.72 AC, 01101660 503 --
THONMAS-CLAUD)EL
--RR3'BOX 281
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
A PARCEL LOCATED IN THE
NEI/4 AS DESC IN OR 97
PAGE 176;
9 R0066300 .HX $1158.36
07-06-18.00.000.0021 -0
1.00AC OB0165P0001
JONES WILLIAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM @ SW COR OF LOT 5 OF
HI LLSOF PROVIDENCE; EAST
175.79 FT;SOUTH, 238.08
FT TO N R/W OF CR 241-A;
(ADD'I, LEGALSEE TAXROLII,)
30 R0066600 $201.89
07-06-18-00.000-0024-0
1.01 AC 1OB0198P0432
,JONES WII.I.IAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR. LOT 6.
HILLS OF PROVIDENCE & RUN
N02*37'08"E. ALONG W LN OF
I.OT 6, 233.73 FT TO SE
(ADD'1I. .FG Al. SEE TAXROI.I.)
31 R01168900 $60.73
07-061-8-00-000-0160-C
.1A.00 AC
SRh IF H.I & HJ.JR
325 N ST. PAUl,
2620 TOWER II
DALLAS, TX 75201
1/10 MI SI/2 SEI/4 EXC "
TRACT 250 SQ IN NE COR
SEI/4 OF SEI/4 SEC 7,
SW1/4 OF SW1/4 SEC 8
(ADD'l, IEGAL SEE TAXROI..)

32 R0070700 $107.48
08-06-18-00-000-0030.A
80.00 AC
I.ADD PETROLEUM CORP
370 17TH ST STE 1700
DENVER, CO 80202-5617
1/2 INT IN NE1/4 OF NEI/4
& SW 1/4 OF NE 1/4 & SEI/4
OF NWI/4 & NEI/4 OF
SWI/4;
33 R0071300 .$361.43
08-06-18-00-000-0070-0
5.00 AC
HEDIMAN LI.OYD I. & JANICE
RR 3 BOX 1543
IAKE BUTTER, FL
32054-9803 ,
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/I. OF
SR S 245 WITH N R/W/I. OF
SR S 241 A& RUN N ON R/W
S 245 411.45 FT TH RUNE
(ADD'I. I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)
34 R0071500 HX $771.60
08.06-18-00-000-0072-0
2.00 AC O110158P0633
HEDMAN I.IOYD & TAMMY


1 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 &
1PO11; TH E 195.43 FT, TH S
(ADDI'L LEGAL SEE TAXRO.LL.)
35 R0071600 HX $919.63
08-06-18-00-000-0080-0
1.00 AC
HEDMAN LLOYD I. & JANICE I.
RR 3 BOX 1543
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9803
COM AT I/S OF E R/W/I, OF
SR-245 & N R/W/I. OF
SR-241-A & TH RUN W
362.32 FT TO POB TH RUN N
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL.)
36 R0072600 HX $60.05
08-06-18-00-000-0180-0
1.75 AC OB0084P0330
BROWN EDDIE JAMES
RR 3 BOX 1549 A
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
COM @ SW COR SW1/4 OF
SEi/4 TH E 242 FT FOR
POB, TH N 180 FT, TH E
181.5 FT, TH S 180 FT. TH
W 181.5 FTTO POB;
37 R0072900 HX $372.53
08406-18-00-(000-0192-0
.50 AC OB0120P0386
PERRY CHARLES I
RR 3 BOX 1544-A3
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR (F SW 1/4 OF
SE 1/4 SEC 8. TH N 947VFT
TO POB, TH E 210. TH S
105. TH W 210. TH N 105FT
(ADDI)'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
38 R0073000 HX $601.53
08-06-18-00-000-0193-0
50 AC OB0124P0370 '
WHITE GERALDINE
RR 3 BOX 1544-11
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
COM @ SW COR SW1/4 OF SE
1/4 SEC 8, TH N 714 FT TO
POll; TH N105FT, TH E 210
FT, TH S TO S'LY BDY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
39 R0073400 HX $766.19
08-06-18-00-000-0201-0
1.00AC OB0154P0120
JENKINS JESSE & EMMA LOU
RR3 BOX 1544-1A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR SWI/4 OF
SEI/4 TH N 947 FT TO POB.
TH CONT N 105 FT, TH E
210 FT, TH S 105 FT, TH W
(ADD'L. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
40 R0073600 $352.98
08-06-18-00-000-0203-0
1.00 AC 0B0167P0212
GEORGE TINA
RR 2 BOX 599-A
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SE1/4 SEC 8. TH E253.49FT
TO POB TH E170FT, TH
S256.23FT. TH W170FT. TH
N256.23FT TO POB(I,0AC):
41 R0073900 $101.76
08-06-18-00.000-0221-0
18.38 AC OB0180P0323
TRULUCK ROGER STEVE & E.LA
RR 3 BOX 169
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
COM @ NE COR)F-NW/4:OF
SEI/4FOR POB;
S02*36'44".F, AING E N, ......
THEREOF. 672.53'FTTOS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
42 R0074400 $2260.48
08-06-18-00-000-0260-0
2.00 AC OB0179P0078
ANDREWS BART & DANIELLE
RR 3,BOX 1543B
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT SW COR OF SW 1/4
OF NE 1/4 FOR POB TH RUN
N 181.81 FT TH RUN W 210
FT TH RUN S 420 FT TH RUN
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI,I)
43 R0076000 $525.56
09-06-18-00-000-0060-0
4.04 AC OB0213P271 I
JONES JIMMIE I
RT 5 BOX 5458
I.4K. BUITI.ER. lH. 32054
COIM @ NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02*52'32'"E,AING E
LN THEREOFI685.42 FT;
S8,7*38'37"W, 61.05FT TO
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
44 R0076100 $1573.45
09-06-18-00000-0061-0--
-.-. 8.7-KC0OB0195P0266
JONES JIMMIEK
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 9 &
RUN S02t52'32"E, AI.NG E
l.N THEREOFI685.42 FT:
S87*38'37"W, 61.05FI TO
(ADD'L ILLEGAL SEE TAXROIL)
45 R0076200 $676.74
09-06-18-00-000-0070-0
3.20 AC OB0126P0647
JONES FERMAN-
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9510
COM SE COR SEC 9. TH N
1847.63FT, TH W 55.61 FT
TO W ROW SR 241 & POB; TH
S 456.01 FT TO INTERS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
46 R0076300 $1046.54
09-06-.18-00-000-0071-0
2.00 AC OB0165P0313
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
IAKE BUTLER, Fl.
32054-9802
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 9,.
RUN N1847.63 FT, W 55.61
FT TO W R/W LINE OF
SR-241 & POB, RUN W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL.)
47 R0076400 HX $159.68
09-06.18.00-000.0072-0
6.70 AC OB0128P0616
SNYDER BENNY LANE
PO BOX 56
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
32697
COMSE COR SEC 9, TH N
2191.52 FT, TH W 56.65 FT
TOW ROW SR 241, TH W
253.41 FT, TH S 171.02
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
48 R0077000 HX $2298.13
09-06.18-00-000-0083-0
3.93AC OB0181P0299
HOLMES SINCILAIR I/E
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 W TO E
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I)
49 R0077500 $459.61
09-06-18-00-000-011(-0
1.00AC
WHITE ElSIE LEE
RR3BOX 1526
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
COM AT 1/5 OF E R/W I.INE
OF SR S-241-A WITH N LINE
OF E 1/2 OF S 341 YDS OF
NE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 FOR POB
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I,)


50 R0078300 HX $717.24
09-06-18-00-000-0180-0
1.00 AC OB0197P0630
SCHILIPF KEVIN SCOTT SR &
MAUREEN ANN
RR 3 BOX 1563
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THAT PART OF SEI/4 OF
SWI/4 LYING S OF SR
S-241-A K OF W ROWLINE OF
OLD COUNTY GRAD RD N OF
(A)DD)'L LEGALSEE TAXROLL)
51 R0078500 $936.49
09-06-18-00-000-0200-0
I.00 AC OB0160P0571
KEITH JOE ERNEST &
JOHN WALLACE KEITH
RR 5 BOX 5575
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9512
COM AT INTERSECTION OF ST
RDS 241 & S-241A AND RUN
S 210 FT W 210 FT 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 GRI) RD. TH
(AI)D'I IFGAI SFE 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 1290-32
FT TO POB
55 R0080300 $102.31
10-06-18-00-000-0030-0
27.66 AC OB0104P0429
JAMES JACOB 1)
2717 N W 54TH AVE,
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM 2 SW COR OF NEl/4 SEC
10 RUN E 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CO RI) 241, TH N
455.27 FT TO POB, TH E
(ADD' I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
56 R0080400 $283.81
10-06-18-00-000.0031-0
2.06 AC '
JAMES SAMUEL A
C/O HILDA JAMES
1010 MORELAND AVE
SDURHAM, NC 27707
COM @ NW COR NWI/4 OF
SWI/4 THRUN E 50.0 FT TO
INT OF E ROW CO RD 241 &
S LINE HOPEWELL AME
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
57 R0080500 .$164.55 ..
10-06-18-00-000-0032-0 ,,,
27.66 AC OB0058P0643
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
COM @ SW COR OF NWI/4 SEC
10, TH RUN 50 FT.TO E ROW
LINE CR 241 & POB,TH N-
455.27 FT, TH E 2649.40
(ADD'I, LEGALASEE TAXROLL)
- 58 RO080600 $500.99
10-06-18-00-000-0033-0
27.66 AC OB0087PO403
S .I MES.IACOII D
2'17 NW 54TH A\E
(;INF'S\ II.I.E.FL 32606
COM @ SW COR NW1/4 OF SEC
10. TH E 50 FT TO E ROW
LINE CORD 241, TH N 909
FT TO POB, TH E 2656 FT,
(ADD'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
LAKKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF NWI/4 OF
SEC 10 & RUN N87*I8'08"E,
ALONG S LN, 50.00 FT TO
INT WITH E R/WOF CR 241;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
60 R0081200 $51.53
14-06-18-00.000-0037-0
.25 AC OB0076P0414
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
1/4 AC IN SW COR OF SEI/4
OF NW1/4;
61 R0082400 $718.93
10-06-18-00-000-0130-0
1.44 AC OB0186P0020
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ A PT ON E R/W OF SR
241 WHERE IT INT WITH S
R/W OF GR RD TO HOPEWELL
A.M.E. CHURCH &RUN EAST.
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
62 R0082500 $843.98
10-06-18-00-000-0140-0
.89 AC OB0103P0514
JONES JIMMIE L
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT A PT ON E LINE OF
ST RD 241 WHERE SAID LINE
INTERSECTTHE S LINE OF
PUB GRADED RD TO HOPEWELL
(AD)D' LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

63 R0082600 $470.23
10-06-18.-00-000-0141-0
1.13AC OB0109P0031
JONES JIMMIE LEE
RT 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ PT ON E LN CTY RD
241 & S LNPUB GRD RD, TH
E 185 FTTO POB, TH CONT E
235 FT, THS 210 FT, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
64 R0084200 HX $420.41
10-06-18-00-000-0310-0
.50 AC OB0170P0359
PERRY CLYDIA
RR 2 BOX 459
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 BT TO POB THENCE RUN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

65 R0084800 $159.33
10-06.18-00-000.0380-0
.50 AC
PERRY ALBERT LEE
RR 2 BOX 459
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9506
COM ON THE E R/W LINF, OF
SR 241 AT A PT 50 FT E OF
SNW COR OFOF SWI/4 OF
SW1/4 & RUN E 945 FT TH


(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)


66 R0085300 HX $159.68
10-06-18-00-000-0430-0
.50 AC OB0109P0083
HOLMES ROSETTA & WII.I.LLIAMS
RR 2 BOX 472
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-9507
FROM POB 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
POB SUBJ TO R/W EASEMENT
67 R0085700 $741.76
I 06-18-00-000-0020-0
19.09 AC OB0066P0188
JONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
LAKE BUTL.ER. FL 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 LEGAL SEE TAXROL..)
68 R0086200 $264.93
11-06-18-00-000-0024-0
2.00 AC OB01091'0034
DEBOSE TERESA
RR 5 BOX 5458
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
AS DESC IN OR 109 PG 034
69 110086300 HX -$150.48
11-06-18-00-000-0025-0
.9I ACG OB0109P003.
JONES RONNIE RAY
RR 5 BOX 5588 ,
LAKE BUTTER, 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
11.07 AC OB0091P0528
NOEGEL I.LOUIE & JANICE
RR 5 BOX 5646
IAKE BUTI.ER, FL 32054
AS DESC IN OR 91 PAGE
528;
71 R0088400 $64.23
12-06-18-00-000-0070-0
13.66 AC
J.ONES JERIS
RR 5 BOX 4510
IAKE 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 P 696 TO
ADAMS; EXC OR 67 P 450,
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
72 R0093700 $1083.09
13-06-18-53-000-0060-0
3.48 AC OB0114P0205
MCDADE ROXIE
1632 SANDY HOLLOW LOOP
MIDDLEBURG, Fl. 32068
LOT 6 SADDI.E-BROOK
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK I PG 32;
73 R0093900 $222.06
13.06-18-53-000-0090-0
1.20 AC OB0215P0566
YOUNG SANDRA HEI.EN
300 GI.ENLYNN DRIVE
ORANGE PARK. Fl. 32073
I.OT 9 SADDI.E-BROOK
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PIAT BOOK I PG 32:
74 R0098400 $126.15
14-06-18-00-000-0096-0,
1.01 AC OB0208P0536 ; W.,
WHITE KYLE D & KARAD I.
RR 2 BOX 434-B ., ,, ... ,
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SE COR OF SWI/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN N04*02'36"W,
ALONG E LN THEREOF, 68.90
FT TO INT WITH N R/W OF
(ADD'I. IEGAL SEE TAXROLL).
75 R0101600 $472.15
15-06-18-00-000-0110-0
5.61 AC OB0038P0452
DOUGIAS LARRY AIAN
RR5 BOX 4870
IAKE BUTJ.ER, FL 32054
N 1/2 OF THE SW 1/4 OF TH
SW 1/4 EXC OR 94 PG 188
EXC OR 131/586 (11.70AC)
76 R0102700 HX $261.81
15-06-18-00-000-0125-0
4.80 AC OB0108P0654
LOVEIACE JOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
COM AT S/W COR OF SEC 15,
TH RUN N 2568.56FT TO THE
CENTER LN OF CR239-A, TH
E 1983.76FT, TH S 40FT TO
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
77 R0102800 $1435.11
15-06-18-00-000-0126-0
4.68 AC OB0176P0529
KELLY BRIAN M
PO BOX 602,-.'
PORT JEFFERSON STA, NY
11776.0602
COM SW COR SEC I1, TH N
ALG CNTR LN 241 2568.56
FT TO CNTR LN CR 239-A,
TH E 1794.80FT, TH S 40
(ADD'L LEGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
78 R0103000 $424.32.
15-06-18-00-000-0128-0
6.00 AC OB0190P0076
ROGERS WII.BUR WILLIE II &
RITA LORENE ROGERS
1RR 2 BOX 481
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEC 15 &
RUN N86*29'24"E. AL.NG S
LN THEREOFI328.21 FT TO
SW COR THEREOF;
(ADD'Il LEGAL SEE TAXROL.L)
79 R0103100 $492.30
15-06-18-00-000-0129-0
3.77 AC OB0146P0620
.LOVELACE JOSEPH S & BREND
RR 2 BOX 480-M
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM AT S'LY FOW OF
CR239-A & W LN OF E 315
FT OF S/WI/4 OF SEC 15
FOR POB; TH RUN S
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI..)
80 R0104800 $955.43
15-06-18-29.00000-00.0
2.06 AC OB0128P0620
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL 32054
PARCEL F E 1/2 COM AT I/S
OF F/L OF E 1/2 OF NW 1/4
& N R/W/I, OF SR 239 A TH
RUN W 1288.51 FTTH N 840
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI,).
81 R0105200. HX $542.12
15-06-18-29-000-0100-0
4.04 AC OB0113P0140
JONES FERMON
RR 2 BOX 479
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT .I FORREST HIILS
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 BUTLER, FL 32054
PARCEL#5 AS DFSC IN OR
81 PAGE 301;

83 R0108400 $463.20
15-06-18-46-000-0230-0
3.59 AC OB0197P0346
TENNANT CHAD G
23758 NW 22ND AVENUE
I.AWTEY, FL 32058


IOT 23 CREEKSID)E FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 72 P381;
84 R0108700 HX $155.08
15-06-18-46-000-0260-0
3.58 AC OB0146P0206
FERRES FLOYI)
PO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697-0064
LOT 26 CREEKSIDE FOREST
AS DESC IN OR 75 P 495;
85 R0108800 HX $152.78
15-06-18-46-000-0270-0
3.22 AC OB0163P0348
CLEMONS KENNETH & PAULA
RR 2 BOX 430-1,27
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9802
LOT 27 CREEK SIDE ESTATES
AS DESC IN OR 78 P 619;
86 R0110900 HX $155.08
16-06-18-00-000-0060-0
5.00 AC OB0200P0064
DOUGLAS VIRGINIA & LARRY
RR 5 BOX 4870
LAKE BUTLER. FL
1 32054-9803
E25 A OF S3/4 OF SW1/4 OF
SEI/4; EXC OR 101 PAGE
447
87 R0112800 HX $155.08
16-06-18-36-000-0170-0
5.00AC OB0093P0126
JACKSON MARTHA D
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
LOT 17 PROKOP FARM AS
DESC IN OR 49 P611
OFFICIAL RECORDS UNION
\COUNTY
88 R0113400 HX $157.38
16-06-18-36-000-0270-0
.90 AC OB0193P0359
WESSENDORF DOROTHY B
RR 5 BOX 5259
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
THE 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 OB0113P0040
WATERS MARTHA D
RR 3 BOX 1558-K
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOT 35 OF PROKOP FARMS
(UNRCD SUBDIVISION) (ORB
173, P40)
90 R0113700 $34.08
16.06-18-36-000-0360-0
5.01 AC OB0118P0164
WATERS MARTHA I)D
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 0B0129P0679
FRENCH PAUL V JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 17
TH RUN F 1320 FT TH RUN
75 FIT OR POITH RUN
495 FT TH I 1320 FT [H
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) .
92.Ru0ll I00 HX i12-19.78 ,
17.06-18-00-000-0050.-0
1.50AC OB0129P0679
FRENCH PAUl. V .JR & JUDITH
RR 3 BOX 1550
I.AKE BUI1I.R. FI. 32054
COM AT NV 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 TAXROIL)
93 R0118500 $521.49
17-06-18-42-000-0100-0
1.57 AC OB0205P0449
BAII.F. 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
EI.IXS)ON .IOHN P6UI.
PO BOX 46
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
32697-0083
COM SW COR NI/2 OF SWI/4,
TH N 770 FT, TH E 327 FT,
TH S 330FT, TH E 209.38
FT, TH N 325 FT TO POB;
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
95 R0122800 HX $1679.81
21-06-18-00-000-0024-0
1.25 AC
WESSENDORF JONATHAN W &
DOROTHY BELLE
RR 5 BOX 5259 q
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
COM SE COR NEI/4, T RUN N
827.26 FT, TH W 50 FT TO
W ROWCR 241 FOR iPOB: TH W
243.31 FTTH N 224.50 FT.
(ADD'LLEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
96 R0123900 HX $157.38
21.06-18-00-000-0103-0
2.80 AC OB0118P0348
SPARLING JOYCE .
RR 5 BOX 5130
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 LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
97 R0124500 HX $941.17
21-06-18-41-000-0040-0
2.05 AC OB0207P0174
BEARD ARTHUR & CASSIE DAN
RR 5 BOX 4854
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 4, SANTA FE HILlS AS
S PER PB 1, PG 28, PUBLIC
RECORDS OFUNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
98 R0125400 HX $159.68
21-06-18-41-000-0150-0
2.08 AC OB0126P0679
JACKSON DEIX)LORIS V
RR 5 BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9803
LOT 15& 23 SANTA FE
HILLS, RECORDED
SUBDIVISION OF UNION
COUNTY FLROIDA; LESS &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
99 R0125900 $269.53
21-06-18-41-000-0230-0
2.00 AC OB0127P0285
JACKSON DELORES
RR 5 BOX 4982
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT # 23 SANTA FE HILLS
SUB. A RECORDED SUB OF
S UNION CO.;
100 R0126000 HX $164.10
21-06-18-41-000-0240-0
1.75 AC OB0176P0326
FOWLER ROBERT D
RR 5 BOX 5282
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 24 SANTA FE HILLS


101 R0126100 $784.84









May 25, 2006 UNION COUNTY TIMES Page 5A


21-06-18-41 -(00-0250-0
2.97 AC B01202P0604
POOEI. JERRY C & DEBORAH
1 R RR 5 IiOX 5278
S IAKE BUTLER. FI, 32054
S IOT 25 SANTA FE I IIII,.S AS
REC IN PIlATT OOK 1 PAGE(
S" : 28:

102 R01262(N) HX $152.78
21-06-18-41-00-(1)260-0
2.74 AC 01)1991'0458
PIOOLE.I JERRY C & I)EBORAH
RR 5 BOX 5278
AKE IIUTI.ER, FI, 32054
S IOT 26 SANTA FE HILLS AS
REC IN PI.ATT BOOK 1 PAGE
28;
103 R0126400 $282.92
21.06-18-41-000-()300-0
2.09 AC O110179P0603,
I BRENNEN (;IGEOR(;E W JR & MAR
S 110 KENTUCKY AVE
FORT IAUDERDAI.E, Fl
33311
Si IOT 30 SANTA FE HI.,LS AS
SREC IN PI.ATT BOOK I PAGE
S28
104 R0126500 HX $266.82
21-06-18-41-000-0310-0
2.08 AC OB01971)0492
S DANIEI.S TAMMY
RR 5 BOX 5271
I.AKE BUTI,ER, Fi, 32054
IOT 31 AS DI)ESC IN OR116 '
44 SANTA FE HII.l,S:
105 R0126800 $636.08
21-06-18-41-(I000-350-0
1.96 AC OB0121P0320
JOHNSON NAOMI I.,
PO BOX 1192
PLANT CITY, Fl, 33564
LOT 35 SANTA FE HII.LS AS
REC IN PI'ATT BOOK 1 PAGE

106 R0126900 $935.45
21-06-18-41-000-0360-0
2.08 AC OB01301'0619
JOHNSON NAOMI IEE
P.O.BOX 1192
PI.ANT CITY. Fl. 33564
: OT 36 SANTA FE HI.IS

107 R0127500 $842.28
21-06-18-41-000-0440-0
2.33 AC OB0204P0061
4 MII.E BRANCH PROPERTY SE
S208 SE HERNANDO AVENUE .
I.AKE CITY, FL 32025
L.OT 44 SANTA FF HII.LS
108 R0129500 $71.58
21-06-18-45-000-0170-0
10.60 AC OB0073P0033
ABBOTT ROBERT & MICHAEl. Z
4630 DRUMMOND I.ANE
ORLANDO. FL 32810
I.OTS 17 & 17A UPIAND
S PINES, ASD)ESC IN OR 73.
I PAGE 33 & 40:
109 R0129900 $1538.07
21-06-18-45-000-0230-0
1.52AC ,010202P0311
JONES WI.lIAM JAMES JR
RR 3 BOX 275
IAKE BUTLER, Fl. 3;054
LOT 23 UPLAND PINES
PIANTATIONCOM @ NW COR
OF
SEC 21 & RUN N 86*27'24"E
2763.86 FT TO W ROW SR
(ADD'I, IEGAL SEE TAXROI.I,)
110 R0130000 $571.51
21-06-18-45-000-0240-0
1.52 AC OB0213P0116
CAREY C DAVID
PO BOX 895
WINDER, GA 30680
SPARCEL,24 UPIAND PINES
PLANTATION: COM @ NW COR
& RUNN86*27'24"E AING N
LINE. 2763.86 FT TO W R/W
(ADD'I, I,EGAI, SEE TAXROLI,)
III1 R0130400 $649.28
21-06-18-45-000-0280-0
3.55 AC OB0119P0099
JONES TIMOTHY
C/O BETTY JONES
6795 S W 71ST AVENUE
I.AKE BUTLER, FL 32054
.LOT 28l iII.ANI IPINt '
I' ANTATIONAN UN RE.CORI)EI
St11BDI) ISION: ORB 119.99
112 R0130900 $135.71
21.06 18.45.000.030.0-11
1.0I2 C OBU171'2P155
FEAGIN JENNIFER
1075 MARY FR ANCES DR
KIsSIMMI.E.. I .14741
LOT 33 DESC OR172/455
113 R0131000 HX $152.783
21;06-18-45-000-0340-0
1.02AC OB0119P0472
FEAGIN ETHEL -
RR 5 BOX 4914
S I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 34 UPLAND PINES
PLANTATIONAN UNRECORDED
SUBDIVISION:
114 R0131400 $156-33
21-06-18-45.000-0380-0
1.18 AC OB0160P0193
CROFT CRAIG
R 3 BOX 138
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI 32054
I.OIr 38 UPI AND PINES
S PI AN FAl IONAN UNRI.CORDI1)
S'BI11D ISION:

115. R0131500 $154.08
21-06-18-45-000-0390-0
1.16 AC OB01601'0193
CROFT CRAIG
RR 3 BOX 138
LAKE BUTLER.,FL 32054
LOT 39 UPLAND PINES
PIANTATIONAN UNRECORDEDi
SUBDIVISION.:
116 R0132100 'HX $975.05
21-106-18-45-000.0451-0
1.20 AC B01101031'0684
MARTIN MARIAH ANN
RT 5 BOX 4932
S IAKE BUTI.ER, Fl 32054
S SOUTH 322.13 FT OF lOT 45.
AS DI)ESC IN OR 103 PG 684;
S 117 R01325fft HX $829.87
i 21.06-18-45-000-0490-0
1.01 A l O(B0151P0235
SIMMONS KRISNS & PH1 .I,
RR 2 BOX 460
A I.AKE BUTIER F. FI. 32054
. -- 8 COM NE CON SE 20. TH 1.
2021.94 FT. TH S 619.62
F r TO N ROW SARA I.N. 1 H S
60 FT TOS R4)W- TrW
SAI)I)I. I.EG AI. SEE TAXROlH.
118 R0133200 $149.66
S21-06-18-45-007.0011-0
S1.06 4AC O(110185P0446
S NF.AI. MICIHE.I.E.:
S 4117 SW 20TH AVL.
APT 1165
S, AIN-.SVIl.I.E.Fl. 32607
O.RTIOIN O(- Bl.K 7-1 (T A.
S LPI.ANDI'INES I'I.ANTATI(ON
lUNRI.CORIDEDI COM @ SE COR
S OF SF.C 17 & RUN
I A)DD'l. .LEG AI. SEE TAXROI.I.

119 R01.1400( HX $478.27
S21-06-18-45-011-0010-0
1.43 AC OB0178P0659
RIL.USS JOHN DAVII)
RR 5 BOX 4892
I.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054


SPARCE l. II-A IOF UPI.AND
PINFS PI.ANTATI(N DESC AS
FOI.IOWS :COM @ SE COR OF
SFC' 17 & RUN N02*40'40"W,.
120 R0135100 HX $1246.59
22.-06-18-00.000-0031.0
1.00 AC OB01021'0477
HARI)EN .IOSEPH & STACY
RT 5 BOX 5260
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FlI.
32054-9803
AI'ROX I AC IN NW 1i4. IDESC
IN OR 81 P 182;

121 R0141900 FIX $381.78
24.06-18-00.000-0056-0
1.10 AC OB0184P0190
NAVARRO LUIS M-& .INOA S.
RR 2BOX607AI3
LAKE BUTI,ER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEF/4 &
RUN N02*47'38"W, AL.NG W
LN. 1331.20FT TO SW COR
OF NWI/4 OF SEI/4:
(ADD'I. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I)


122 R0142000 HX $481.37 -.
24-06-18-00-000-0057-0
1.10 AC OB0186P0377
NORMAN FRANK E & CATHERIN
RR12 BOX 607 A-12
LAKE BUTI.ER. FI. 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SE1I/4 OF1
SEC 24 & RUN N02*47'38"W,
ALONG( W IN THEREOF.
1331.20 FT 'TO SW COR OF
(ADD'II.I.F(;AI. SEE ':TAXROI.I.)

123 R0143400 $1030.39
24-06-18-73-00('-0020-0
1.29 AC OB02051'0557
CREWS JAMES E & REWIS TER
PO BOX 312
MACCI.ENNY. FL 32063
O.0T 2 HAYLAND) HGTS
RECORDED) SUBDIVISION

R 124 R0143500 $859.02
24-06-18-73-00)0-0030-0
1.21 AC OB01561'0389
JENKINS LEE & BIIASS CATHY
PO BIIOX 44
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054-0044
LOT 3 HAYLAND) HGTS
RECORDED SUBDIVISION
125 R0143700 HX $150.48
24-06-18-73-000-0050-0
1.07 AC OB0179P0163
HURST MICHAEl. & JOAN
PO BOX 621
LAKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
LOT 5 HAYIAND HEIGHTS
RECORDEDSUIDIVISION
126 R0145000 HX $1521.46
25-06-18-00-000-0027-0
6.08 AC OB0131P0001
BESSERMAN RICHARD I. & JO
RR 2 IOX 643-1.
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
COM SW COR SE14 OF SWI/4
SEC 25, THE ALG S LN
834.17 FT, TH E 18.18 FT
TO POB; TH N 756.26 FT.
(ADD'L LEGAL. SFF TAXROL.I.)
127 R0145800 HX $1544.72
25-06-18-(X)-000-0035-0
8.76 AC OB0108P0041
CREWS JOHN A & PHYILIS I)
RR 2 BOX 643-E2
IAKE BUTI.ER, FI,
32054-9503
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 25,
RUN S ALONG E I.INE,
3060.33 FT FORPOB, RUN S
489.53 FT, W 1016.85 FT
(ADD'I. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.IL)
128 R0146000 $54.69
25-06-18-55-000-0020-0
5.01 AC OB0091P0543
STORY ROBERT S
1333 DUNN AVE
APT#1104
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32218
COM @ NE COR OF SEC 25 &
RUN S02*30'09"E. ALNG E
I.N THEREOF2554.87 FT:
N82*44'10"W 609.65FT TO W
(ADD'L. IEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
129 R0146600 HX $1330.24
25-06-18-55-000-0090-0
5.01 AC OB0125P0531
PHII.LLIPS MATHEW J & DAPHN
1 POBOX 136
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FI,
32697 --
COM @ NE COR-SEC.25. TH S
144539 FT,. TH NW 249.99
FT TO N ROW 40 FT TO GRD
RD & PO1: TH SW 95.35 FT,
(ADDI'L IEGAL SEE TAXROIL.)
130 R0146900 $418.45
25-06-18-55-000-0110.0
3.02 AC OB0205P0184
SPRADLEY CHARL.IE
144 VIA ROSINA
JUPI'TER, Fl. 33458
15.01 AC AS DESC IN ORB
124 P 229: LESS ORB
159/455 (3 AC) IESS ORB
173/293 (5 AC) LESS ORB
203/139 (3.99 AC)

131 R0147000 HX $355.28
25-06-18-55-000-0111-0
3.00 AC, :OB0 O19P0455
PROSE MARVIN AJR & ----
TABITHAA .. '
RR 2 BOX 641
I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM NE COR SEC 25, TH S
84.46 FT TO S ROW.CR 18,
TH W'l.Y AI.GROW 93.45 FT
TO W ROW CO GRD RD & POB;
(ADD'L. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

132 10156800 $31.93
33-04-19-00-000-0080-A
6.47 AC
BAXTER CI.ARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PI'
GAINESVILIE. Fl,
32605-2004
21.5166% OF 1/2 INT SWI/4
OF SEF/4 SI/2 OF SEI/4 OF
SW1/4:
133 R0160400 $40.98
04-05-19-00-000-0090-A
10.78 AC
BAXTER CI.ARISSE
3531 NW 34TH PIl
GAINESVILLE. Fl.
I 32605-2004,
O G & M IN 21.5166% OF
1/2 INTS3/4 OF SEI/4 OF
SE1/4, WI/2 OF SE1/4 OF,
SWI/4 & NI/4 OF SE1/4 OF
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
134 R0163400 $745.06
06-05-19-00-000-0152-0
5.24 AC OB0183P0631
TROWELLJOSEPH W
RR 3 BOX 428
IAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
SE/4 OF THE SE1/4 IYNG E
OF CO MAINT RD, LESS THE
N 466.70FT; EXC OR165/256
(1,C)

135 R0163500 HX $1541.95
06-05-19-00-000-0153-0
5.75 AC OB0183P0630
TROWEL.IJOSEPIH W
RR 3 BOX 429
I.AKE BiUTLER, F.I, 32054
THAT PART OF SEI/4 OF
SE1/4 OFSEI/4 LYNG W OF
COUNTY, RD & THE E 50 FT
OF SW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF
SE1/4:
136 R0164200 HFIX $2174.52
07-05-19-00-000-0010-0
8.98 AC OB0074P0359
DAVIS JAMES A & MELINDA
RR 3 BOX 94.
L- I.AKE BUTI.ER. II.
S---.,32054-9419
N 1/2 OF NEl 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THE F 702.58 IT
137 R0164300 $1086.53
07-05-19-00-000-0011-0
5.08AC OB0161P0277
SDOU(GLAS ROGER
PO BOX .145
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
THE E702.58 FT OF THE N
315.0FT OF THE NE1/4 OF
NEI/4
138 R0171700 FIHX $451.61
25-05-19-00-000-0040-0
1.50 AC OB0133P0093
ROLLINS EDIWARD WAYNE & KI
RR 3 BOX 26
LAKE BUTIER. FL.
32054-0162


COM CENTER OF ST RDI) 100
ON RANGE I.INE DIV RANGES
19 & 20 & RUN N 273.67 FT
THFNCE NW 387.39 FT SE
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
139 R0175600 HX $872.93
26-05-19-00-000-0056-A
2.50 AC OB0200P0068
STRINGER ADAM BARKLEY
RR 3 BOX 48-2
IAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
TWO & ONE HAIF (2 1/2) AC
IN THE SE COR OF N1/2 OF
SI/2 OF SWI/4 OF NWI/4,
BEING 165 FT NORTH (N)
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)

140 R0175700 $431.05
26-05-19-00.000-0056-0
7.50 AC OB0043P0291
WATERS EINVRA C
RR 3 BOX 45
I.AKE BUTLER. FL 32054
N I/2 OF S 1/2 OF SW1/4 OF


NWI/41.ESS & EXC A PRCL.
BEING 165 FTN & S BY 660
FT E & W, LYING IN THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER.
141 R0179200 $196.84
31 -05-19-00-000)-0032-0
13.59 AC 01100581'0I03
CRAWFORI) JAMES
3704 IIARMER 1)R
JACKSONVILLE. FlI
32210-5024
SI/3 OF SEI/4 OF NW1/4
142 R0179300 $70.47
31-05-19-00-000-0033-0
13.59 AC OB0063P0720
CRAWFORDI JAMES B
3704 BARMER DR
JACKSONVILLE, Fl.
32210-5024
S1/2 OF N2/3 OF SE1/4 OF
NW1/4
143 R0179400 $68.17
31-05-19-00-000-0034-0
13.59 AC OB0063P0719
CRAWFORDI) JAMES
3704 BARMER DR
JACKSONVILI.E, FL.
32210-5024
NI/3 OF SEI/4 OF NW1/4
144 R0183600 HX $172.27
35-05-19-00-000-0020-0
2.00 AC
HOLMES THOMAS M
RR 4 BOX 3790
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9327
THAT PORTION OF SOUTH 545
FT OF SEI/4 OF NEI/4
.YING WEST OFCOUNTY
GRADED ROAD

145 R0185300 $1111.2S9
35-05-19-76-000-0020-0
2.48 AC OB0157P0683
PARRISH MARGIE R
PO BOX 1287
BARBOURVII.,E, KY
40906-5287
LOT 2 QUAIL RIDGE
RECORDED SUB PIAT 2/4
146 R0185700 HX $512.06
35-05-19-76-000.0060-0
1.00 AC 0110152P0479
MECUSKER MEGAN E &
MECUSKFR DAVID C
RR 5 BOX 5737
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 6 QUAIl, RIDGE
RECORDED SUB PLAT 2/4
147 R0187100 HX $431.84
36-05-19-00-000-0081-0
1.00 AC OB0140P0602
DICKS MARK A & COREY J
RR 4 BOX 3707
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
BEG AT SE COIR LOT 10
WARDS SUB, SAID PT BEING
ON ROW BROWNING ROBERTS
RD, TH E ALG ROW 206.78
(ADD'I.L LEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
148 R0187200 HX $892.72
36-05-19-00-000-0082-0
2.00 AC OB0144P0514
DICKS TOMMY D & ERIN E
RR 4 BIIOX 3708
IAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
BEG AT SE COR LOT 10.
WARDS SUB. POINT BEING N
ROW BROWN ROBERTS RD, TH
E 206.78 FT. TH N 425.01
(ADDI)'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
149 R0190200 HX $283.11
36.05-19-37-000-0010-0
1.13AC OB0052P0013
BISHOP CLINTON T & LINDA
RR 4 BOX 3738
LAKE BUTLER. Fl.
32054-9326
I.OT 1 WARDS SUBDIVISION
ACCORDING TO PLIAT
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1.
PAGE 27, PUBLIC
RECORDUNION COUNTY

150 R0190700 HX $691.20
36-05-19-37-000-0090-0
1.96 AC OB0173P0319
BISHOP RYAN T & ANGEIA It
RR 4 BOX 3737
I A k. t I B II.eR, F,1 .
32054-9326
I OT 9 \,RDS SUBDIVISION. '
AS REC IN PLAT BOOK I PG
27;
151 R0193100 HX $1126.92
36-05-19-75-000-0020-0
1.13AC OB0185P0587
DERON DERRII.L RAY &
WARD CARl P
RR 4 BOX 3916
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 2 OF QUAIl. HEIGHTS AS
PER PIAT RECORDED IN PBi
2. P 5. UNION CO. FL. (ORB
185. P 587) (SEC 36-5-19)

152 R0193500 HX $678.67
36-05-19-75-000-0060-0
1.75 AC OB0151P0463
FITNESS GEOFFREY E & VIC
RR 2 BOX 607 A7
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 6 QUAIL HEIGHTS
RECORDED) PIAT 2/5

153 R0193600 HX $150.48
36-05-19-77.000-0010-0
'1.00 AC OB0191P0496
PAYNE JOY I.YNNE
RR14 BOX 3959
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT I QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PLAT 2/2.
154 R0193700 $226.13
36-05-19-77-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0213P0610
BURGREEN ENTERPRISES INC
PO BOX 81
I.AKE GENEVA', Fl. 32160
LOT 2 QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PI AT BOOK 2/2

155 R0193900 $226.15
36-05-19-77-000-0040.0
1.00 AC OB0212P0238
CAMPS LEO & MCCLAIN PRISC
15360 SW 2ND COURT ROAD
OCAIA. Fl. 34473
LOT 4 QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PIAT BOOK 2/2
156 R0194400 $174.78
36-05-19-82-000.0010-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ILTD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
I.OT I HIDDEN OAKS
157 R0194500 $174.78
36-05-19-82-000-0020-0
.50 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ITDI)
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGEI.O. TX 76901
1.OT 2 HIDDEN OAKS
138 R0195000 $211.76
.16-05.19-82.000.0070-0
.62 AC OB0173P0021
ARGUS ENTERPRISES ITD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO. 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 ILTD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
LOT 10 HIDDEN OAKS
161 R0195900 $637.01
36-05-19-82-000-0160-0
2.00 AC OB0173P0024
ARGUS ENTERPRISES LTD
C/O STAGE COACH INC
1920 PECOS STREET
SAN ANGELO, TX 76901
LOT 16
162 R0201000 $757.14 ,


02-.l6 1I9.-INl.l011.015-0 182 R0Z47100 FIX $159.68
1.41 IC OBOLMOP000 .-" -.4.06-19-64.J00-0011.0
I I.ION.IO-P1'H ADAM ", :-',,, 2.65 AC OR0145P0682
kRR.4 IOX .M3 -'.,. MARTIN THOMAS M
I.Akt IIt'TI. R,tM 32I.054 RRZBOX2611"
COM @SECOR OF NE/4 OF IAKE BUTLER, FI
NEI/4& RUN N01*24'12"W. 32054-9630
Al.NG E I.N SEC 2.23.03 COM SW COR NWI/4 OF NWI/4
FT; S88*09'51"W.ALNG S LN SEC 16, TH E 1653.27 FT
(ADD'I. LEGAI. SEE TAXROLL) TH N 1313.96 FT TO S I.N
SEC 9, TH E 612.89 FT TO
163 R0201300 HX $531.51 (ADD'I, LEGALISEE TAXROIL.)
02-06-19-00-000-0015-3
1.00 AC OB0182P0054 8311 R0248100 HX $358.50
EIXSON .IEFFREY GORIDON 16-06-19-64-000-0052-0
R RR 4 BOX 3686 1.00AC OB0122P0415
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054 POWELL JULIE
COM @ SE COR OF NEl/4 OF .-. RR 2 BOX 262-C6
NEl/4& RUN NORTHERLY. LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
AILNG E IN. 23.03 FT TO COM @ NW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
POB: WESTERLY. PARALEIL NE 1/4 SEC 16. TH S 585
(AD'I.D LEGAL SEE TAXROIIL) FT, TH E 468.81 FT TO
P1OB: TH N 231.887 FT TOS
164 R0202300 HX $435.75 (AI)D'I, IEGAI. SEETAXROI.I.)
02-06-19-00-000-0100-0
13.76 AC OB0162P0253 184 R0248200 HX $157.38
ANDREWS ALBERT.I 16.06-19-64-000-0053-0
RR 4 BOX 3670 1.00AC OB0200P0683
I.AKE BUTLER, Fl. KUZENSKA MICHAEL. G
32054-9321 R111 : BOX262-C8
COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF I.AKE IBUT 1..R. I. 32054
SE1/4 OF SEC 2 THENCE SW COM @ NW COR SWI/4 NEI/4
1667.79 FT TO R/W OF SR SEC 16 S 00*l7'50"E
121 THENCE NE ON R/W 1356 585.80 FT; TH N
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL) 18950'38"E 281.16 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLI.)
165 R0205800 HX $2114.12
04-06-19-00-000-0010.0 INS R0248400 HX $157.38
7.63 AC OB0218P0549 6.06-19-64-000-0055-0
FEAGLE MYRTLE 3.50 AC OB0127P0399
RR 4 BOX 3100 HOLDER JAMES V & IORI ANN
LAKE BUTI.ER. FL, PO BOX 327
32054-9311 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
COM AT NW COR OF SEC 4 & 32697-0327
RUN E TO E'IY R/W LINE OF SAID PORTION OF LAND
SR S-796AA DIST OF 40 FT BEING I)ESAS 3.05AC+/- REC
TO POB TH S ALNG ROW INORIIIPG459
(ADDI'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL1-)
1A6 1R0252700 FIX $1187.35
166 R0206700 HX $403.70 .,' ". 1-0-19.00.0000050-0
04-06-19-00.000-0030-0 1.60 AC OB0148P0064
1.00 AC OB0170P(68 MCNEAL HOWARD AND KEI.IE
WATERS TONY LAMAR RR 2 BOX 685
RR 4 BOX 3111 I.AKE BUTI.ER. It. 32054
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 COM @ NE COR SF. 1/4 OF NE
COM NW COR SEC 4.TH E 1/4 OF SEC 19. TH W
40.01 FTTO E ROW CR : 739.25 FT, TH W .395.61 FT
S796-A. TH S 725 FT TO TO POB; TH S 3352.26 FT,
POB; TH E 301.42 FT. TH S (ADD'L. LEGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)
(ADD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I.l
187 R0253400 HX $326.71
167 R0209500 HX $150.48 19-06-19.00-000-0056.0
04-06-19-54-000-0050-0 1.00 AC OR0137P0411
4.01 AC SHAW TAWANA S.
HICKS RONALD W RR 2 BOX 697.C64
RR 4 BOX 3340 AKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054 BEG NE COR SEl/4 OF NEI/4
PARCEI.5 AVERY SUB LESS SEC 19. TH W 210 FT. TH S
LOT 5-A 210 FT. TH F210 FT. TH N
10 FT TO POB IAC
168 R0209700 FIX 5706.85
04-06-19-54-000-0061-0 I IM R0253600 HX 5955.81
1.03 AC OB0109P0328 19.06.19.00-000-0058-04)
EI.IXSON ERNIE I. & .IJOYCE A 2.90 AC OB0152P0669
RR 4 BOX 3334 WAIL, JOHN E III
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054 RR 2 BOX 684-G2
PART OF PARCEI.#6 AS DESC LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
IN OR 92 PAGE 287; COM NE COR SEI/4 OF NEI/4.
SEC 19. TH W 73.25 FT, TH
169 R0210700 HX $165.79 S586.161 I TO POB; TH S
04-06-19-54-000-0150-0 205.59 FT, TH W 610 FT TO
2.50 AC B01810P0045 (ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROIL)I
NAQUIN JIEROME.1
RR 4 BOX 3294 189 R0255200 HX 5157.38
LAKE BUTLER. FI. 32054 19-06-19-00-000-0170-0
NI/2 OF LOT 15 2.5 AC 1.21 AC 0O0181P0023
TODD KATHERINE .1 & 1 ONY,
170 R0213000 5300.53 RR 2 BOX 687
04.06-19.60.000.0010-0 LAKE BUTI.ER. 1-. 32054
1.66 AC B0101481P678 COM @ NF. COR OFSW 1/2 OF
JORDAN PATRICIA SKI/4& RUN S01'28'49":.
9077 RAINBOW I.ANE AI.NG E I.N. 469.54 IT;
JACKSONVII.LE. Fl. 32220 5,l*31'18"W. 63.96 FT TO
COM INTERS E I.N WITH N IADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.P
RO%. ,796.1H W 1600.23
IT. THWAI.ROW 124.89FT 190 R055700 HX 5947.21
TO POHB. TH W140.62FT, TH 19-019-9-50-000-0070-0
(I)1)-I I EGAI SHE TAXROIA.) 10.10 AC OB0124P0208
FI.ETCHER WII.I.IAM S.1IR
1I71 R021.%300 HX 431.89 RR 2 BOX 686
04.06.19.60.000-0040.0 L.AKE BUlTI.ER. Fl. 32054
5.01 AC O110170P0272 PARCEI.7CREEKWWOOD
O'HERN DONNA G F.STATIS AS DESC IN OR 75
RR 4 BOX 3349 PAGE 572;
1.AKE BUTI.ER, I. 32054
IARC-.I.4 .10NGI.EAFAS DESC 191 R0259600 HX 5387.02
IN OR 99 PAGE 564 20.06-19-47-000-0190-0
1.05 AC OB0199P0203
172 R0219100 5S49..4 REDIHNG TARA D)
05.06.19.79-000-0040-0 RR 2 BOX 678
4.00 AC OB11015P0543 IAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
DENSON WII.I.IAM M COM 0 NE COR OF SE1/4 OF
SRR 4 BOX 3130 SE1/4& RUN SS8"34'46"W.
1.AK. BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054 1327.91 FT TO E R/W OF (0
I.OT4. 0AK GROVE HIII. AS RD S.238A. SAIDPOINT
RE:CRI)IN PI.T BOOK 2. PAGE (ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI 1.i
8: I.t 1 %& EXC 1.00 AC
PRI. IN NE COR THEREOF & 192 R0260840 5628.65
(ADDII I.EGAl..SEE TAXROI.I) 20.06-19-47-000-0300-0
4.13AC OB0077P0067
173 10222100 HX 5977.99 SEAV CURTIS E & HOPE N
07.06-19.00-000-00940 PO BOX 85
1.95 AC OB0179P0343 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
BARBER.IANE ET AI. 32697.0085
RR 5 BOX 5682 LOT 30 WORTHIN ;TON
I.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
32054-9640 DESC IN OR 77 P 67;
CORM @ INTERSEC OFW I.NOF .
1. 1/2 OF SEC 7. WITH CO 153 R0262J00 HX 5561.46
Rk) 2.8-A. TH E AI.G ROW. 20-01-19-47.000-0420.0
522.72 FT. TO PORTH E 4.48 AC OB0159P0577
(ADDII. IEGAI.SEE TAXROIj,) SEAY FAITH 1.& EI.IXSON TI
PO BOX 160
174 R0224400 5596.03 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. F1I.
08-06.19-62-000-0100-0 32697
9.20 AC 0101000244 COM @ NW COR SW1/4 OF
MF.CUSKER DAVID C & PATRIC SW1/4. TH S 1292.95 FT,.
RR 5 BOX 5737 THE 1341.43 FT. TH N
1.AK. BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054 1900.05 FT. TH E 905.40
I.OT 10 GROVE ESTATES (ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I I
PHASt: II AS DESC IN OR
100 PAGE 244: 194 R0262500 FIX 5231.06
3006-19-474000-0480-0
176 R0225100 HX $291.82 18.98 AC OB0092P0304
09.06-19-00-000-0012.0 MILEY JAMES K & LINDA 1.
1.00AC 0B0134P0380 .-PO BOX 195
REDDING HOWARD F II WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. Fl.
SRR4 BOX 3280 .. 32697-0195
IAKE BUTI.ER. FI1. 3054 TS 48 & 49 WORTHINGTON
CIN BWCIRSEC9MTG E SPRINGS PLANTATION AS
2747.04FT TO INTERS CNT -.-,. DFSC IN OR 74 PG 677;
I.N GRD RD. TH S 244.13 FT
TO POI>:TH E 208.71 rT. 195 R0262900 5907.53
(AI)D'I. I.I:(GAI. SEE TAXROIJ.I 20-06.19.47.000-0560.0
4.7gAC 1OB0151P0077
177 R0225400 $67.40 WARD JIMMY & I.ORI
09.06-19.00.000.0015.0 _R 5 BOX 4260
12.50 AC OB0146P0672 LAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
REII)DDING HOWARD F I IOA)T 56 WO(RTHINGTON
RR 4 B(OX 3280 SPRINGS Pl.ANTATION AS
I.AKF. BUTI.ER. FI. 32054 DESC IN O(R 80 P 195:
LOM NEW COR SEC 9. TH I.
2747.04 FT TO INTERS CNTR 196 R0263000 HX 5526.50
N 50 FT GRD RDI). THS 20-06.19.47.000-0570-0
244.13 FT T(IO POB; THE 10.11 AC OB0167P0500
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROIJ.) CURBEID.E FREDiRICK & DIANET
RR 2 ROX 697.57
178 R0232100 $1176.46 l' AKE BUTI.ER. FI. 32054
11-06.19.00-000-0140-0 PARCEL. 57 WORTHINGS( ONN
1.00 AC OB0053P0203 : SPRINGPI.ANTATION AS iDESC
WHITEHEAD I.UCII.IJ, A ID..EE IN OR 79 P 17;
20109 NW CR 235
I.AKE BUTlER. Fl. 32054 '197 R0263200 HX 5213.13
COM AT SW COR O(F SE lid/4 OF 2040-19-47-000-0590-0
NWI/4 & RUN N ALGWTI.Y 4.60AC OBO101P0298
BDRY OF land DiESC IN OR NORMAN STEPHANIE ET Al.
25 P 225-226 611.16 FT RK 2 BOX 697.59
(AI)DD'.I I.EGAI.SEE TAXROLIJ) "' ILAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054 .
S,'. IAOT 59 WORTHINGTON
179 R0232400 S224.82 SPRINGS PLANTATION. AS
1.06-19.00-000-0170,0 DEfSC IN OR 77 P 47;
4.00 AC OB0031P0138
LUKE RICHARD D 1, 9 R0263500 HX $155.08
PO BOX 601 20-06-19-47-000-0620-0
I.AKE BUTLER, FL 32054 4.93 AC OB0076P0424
COM AT SE COR OF SWI/4 OF : BAKER J.IACKIE M C
NW1/4 & RUN W 864 FT TO RR 2 BOX 697.62
ST RD 121 THENCE NE ALONG LAKE BUTLER, Fl.
RD 625 FT & SE ON 45 DEG 32054.9802
ANGLE 600 FT TO BEG PARCEL #62 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGSPILANTATION AS I)ESC
180-R0233600 $1804.18 INOR 76 P424;


11-06-19-00-000-0220.0 *
5.28 AC OB0105P048 9 lR0264100 $493.52
M8CR4NNOLDS JAMES A & DONN. .K 204.19-47-000-0680-0
2703 W 5TH STREET 5.67 AC ORB0208P0660
FTRNANDINA BEACH, Fl. : : SMITH MICHAEL LEE & DIANA
32034-2038 -RR2 BOX 770
TROWEL PROPERTY COM AT LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
SW COR AT SE 1/4 OF NW COM @ SE COR OF W2/3 OF
1/4TH RUN N894 FT TH WI/2 OF NWI/4 & RUN
NE'LY ALG S'LY R/W OF SR N0l*I2'42"E,ALNG E LN
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL) THEREOF, 1530 FT FORPOB.
(ADD' ILLEGAL SEE TAXROLIL)
181 R0245400 HX $238.79
16-06-19-63-000-0030-0 : 200 R0264200 HX $211.51
8.96 AC OB0146P0560 20-06-19-47-000-0690-0
JENNINGS MICHAEL D & MARl 5.67 AC OB0125P0389
RR 2 BOX 260-N RICHARD DEBBIE J
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, PO BOX265
320540233 WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL,
LOT 3 PINEWOOD ESTATES 323697
EXC 1 AC IN NW COR; ALSO LOTS 69 WORTHINGTON SPGS
DESC PARCEL 3-B & 3-C PILANTION DESC IN OR
(OR146/561) 137/540:


201 R0264300 HX $740.95
20-06-19-47-000-0700-0
1 1.30AC O01192P0584
REEl) SARAH E
P1O BOX 107
SWORTHIN(;TON SPRIN(;S FI.
32697-0107
LOT 70 & 71 WORTHINGTON
SPGS
202 R0266500 $106.33
21-06-19-00-000-0150-0
.93 AC OB01641'0647
ELLIS.OEl. & LINDA
RR 2 BOX 753
LAKE BUTLER. Fl.
32054-9547
COM AT SE COR OF NEI/4 OF
SWI/4 OF SEC 21 & TH RUN
W TO RR R/W TH RUN NI'LY
AGI. RR R/W TO SR/W/I, OF
(ADD',L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI.)
203 R0268500 HX $280.26
21-06-19-33-000-0020-0
1.80 AC OB0139P0035
ARNOLD BARBARA
RR 2 BOX 751-V
LAKE BUTLER, FL, 32054
LOT 2 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

204 R0268600 HX $259.21
21-06-19-33-000-0030-0
1.00 AC OB0218P0158
WILLIAMS BRENDA .1 &
CURTIS MELISSA M
1001 SW 16TH AVE APT 83
GAINESVILII, FL
32601-8443
LOT 3 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST
205 R0268900 $156.45
21-06-19-33-000-0060-0
1.00 AC OB0167P0619
ROILINS ANN LOUISE
RR 2 BOX 751-R
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
LOT 6 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

206 R0269900 $498.96
21-06-19-33-000-0160-0
1.05 AC OB0187P0563
DRAWDY THOMAS ,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
1.32AC OB0122P0376
DAVIS CHRISTOPHER F & TIN
PO BOX 124
LOWELL, FL 32663-0124
LOT 18 GREENBRIAR AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK I
PAGE 26;
208 R0273000 HX $698.26
21-06-19-71-000-0040-0
1.00 AC OB0136P0321
BERNAS GARY M & REBECCA S
RR 2 BOX 763A-4
LAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9546
LOT 4 ELMWOOI) N SUB PIAT
BOOK 1/37

209 R0273600 HX $283.75
21-06-19-72-000-0020-0
1.96 AC B0110147P0685
BEEMAN DONALD W & BRENDA
RR 2 BOX 763-C2
LAKE BUTLER. Fl, 32054
LOT 2 EIMWOOD SOUTH PIAT
BOOK 1/36

210 R0274800 $67.91
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
SEI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SEI/4

211 R0274900 HX :$152.78
22-06-19-00-000-0082-0
5.00 AC OB0216P0588
HAL.TAM DOROTHY A
RR 2 BOX 790 B
LAKE: BUTLER, FL 32054
TH SWl/4 OF SWI/4 OF
SEI/4 SEC 22; LESS AND
EXCEPT THE N 1/2
212 R0275000 $477.23
22-06-19-00-000-0083-0
5.00 AC OB0218P0316
HAI.TAM JOHN M
RR 2 BOX 796
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
EAST 1/2 OF NEI/4 OF
SWI/4 OF SEI/4 (5.00 AC)

213 R0275100 HX $448.69
22-06-19-00.000-0084-0
5.00AC 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
CASTL.EN 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
MARSHAI.I. JUDY GAIL
RR 2 BOX 804
IAKE BUTLER. FI,
32054-9551
COM AT I/S OF N IINE OF
NEI/4 OF NWI/4 & E R/W OF
SR S-18 A TH S ON E R/W
LINE 485 FT TO POB TH E
(ADD'IL LEGAL SEE TAXROLI,)
216 R0281200 HX $475.07
26-06-19.00-000-0031-0
.50AC OB0163P10085
RAINEY IINDI)A GAIL &
KIMBERLY DIANE RAINEY
RR 2 BOX 805
LAKE IIUTLER, FI, 32054
SEE OR 103 PAGE 653:

217 R0282200 HX $247.37
26.06-19-00-000-0075-0
1.67AC OB0170P0646
PETERS MICHAEL A & INDIA
RR 2 BOX 793B
.IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ INT W I.N SEC 26 & S
ROW COUNTY RI) #18-A, TH E
40 FT, TH S 1120.20 FT TO
POB, TH E 324.30 FT, TH S
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROL1I)
218 R0282500 HX $224.29
26-06-19-00-000-0078-0
1.67 AC OB0138P0506
DUBOSE DAVID KEITH & SAND
POBOX116
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, Fl.
32697
COM @ INT W I.N SEC 26, &
S ROWI.N CO RD 18-A, TH E
40 FT, THS 896.29 FT TO
POB, TH E 344.51 FT, TH S
(ADD'L IEGAl. SEE TAXROII.)
219 R0282600 $630.99
26-06-19-00-000-0080-0
50.03 AC OB0218P0077
I.ARGACCI 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 DESC
IN OR 109PAGE *
193,196-197; EXC OR
(ADD'I) LEGAI. SEE TAXROILI)

220 R0284900 HX $993.10
27-06-19-00-000-0041-0
6.13 AC OB0078P0411
DAVIS DANIEL I, & I.AUREI, I.
RR 2 BOX 790-C
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-9551 '
COM AT POINT WHERE N ROW
IINE OF SR-18-A
INTERSECTS W/W LINEOF
NWI/4 OF NE 1/4 SEC 27,
(A)DD'I I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLI.L)
221 R0285300 HX $265.15
27-06-19-00-000-0046-0
5.00 AC OB0197P0096









Page 6A UNION COUNTY TIMES My 25, 2006


HANNAH THOMAS A & MARTHA
RR 2 BOX 790-D1
LAKE IlITL.ER. FI, 32054
COM 0 NE ('OR OF NWI/4 OF
NEI/4FOR POll & RUN SOUTH,
440 FT: VWEST. 495 FT;
NORTH. 440 FT;: last. 495
(ADI)D'lE. IEGAIl S:E TAXROLL)
222 R0286600) $343.57
27-06-19-(-M-000-0110-0
9.60 AC O1H0202P0357
THOMAS HARRY & RENDA
RR 2 BOX 808
IAKE BITLEIR. FI.
32054-9551
THAT PART OF SKC 27 THAT
LIES WITHIN THtE FOl.I.OWING
D)IE;SC PRCL.COM @ SW COR OF
SEC 26 & RUN S89*03'27"W,
(AI)ID'. IE(GALSEE TAXROLL..)
223 R0288)00( HX $157.38
28-06-19-00-.000-0080-0
2.00 AC OB0207P10113
WATERS ROBERT & AMERICA
RR 2 BOX 742
I.AKE BUTI.ER, FI. 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 IYING W
(ADD)'I L.EGAL. SEE TAXROI.I.)

224 R0288900 $60.48
28-06-19-00-000-0131-0
.50 AC OB0189P0304
EDWARDS PATRICIA ANN
RR 3 BOX 1524
LAKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY:
A PARCEL OF IANI) 210 FT
SQUARE IN NW COR OF SWI/4
(ADDI) I LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
225 R0290500 $560.98
28-06-19-00-000-0200-0)
1.03 AC 0B02041'0655
TODD ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FLI
32697
COM AT NW COR OF SW 1/4 OF
SEC 28 & RUN S 196 FT TH
RUN E 17.87 FT TO POB TH
RUN S 161.01 FT TH RUN K
(AI)D'I. IEGA. SEE TAXROI.I)
226 R0292900 HX $901.59
28-06-19-23-000-0290-0
.81 AC' OB0192P0220
MCGRATH TONYA C
PO BOX 114
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,
32697
THE SI/2 OF THE FOLLOWING
D)ESCPROIP: ONE-HALF ACRE,.
+., IN SWCOR OF BIK K IN
WORTHINGTON. HOUNDED ON
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
227 R02930() $118.71
28-06-19-23-000-0300-0
.49 AC OB0216P1300
TODD ERIC A
PO BOX 82
WORTHNGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
EI/2 OF 1S/2 OF BLK K.
BEING 1/2 AC IN SE COR.
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS AS
PER PATTEN'S SURVEY(ORB
190. P 143) (SEC 28-6-19)

228 R0293100 $1264.62
28-06-19-23-000-0310-0
1.09 AC OB0213P0006
KIRBYIOSEPH HENRY .IR
3834 SW SR 121
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL.
32697,
COM AT A PT ON ACLRY R/W
WHERE N LINE OF 4TH AVE
INTERSECTSSAME & RUN W
AIONG N BDRY OF 4TH AVE
(ADII)'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
229 R0294100 HX $202.50
28-06-19-23-001-0120-0
.22 AC OB0164P0032
CAPRILOZZI CHARLES & SHARE
PO BOX 315
WORHTINGTON SPRINGS, FL.
32697
I.OTS 12 & 13BBLK I
WORTHINGT.QNiSPRINGS
EMBRACING PATTONS SURVEY
& EXC TH N 61 FT ALSO E 9
(ADD'I. I.EGAIl SEE TAXROI.IL)

230 R0295600 HX $588.54
28-06-19-23-007-0010-0
1.42 AC OB0118P0206
SEAY MARVIN A & REGINA S
PO BOX 76
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
I.OTS I THROUGH 7, BLOCK
7, WORTHINGTON SPRINGS

231 R0295900 $453.99
28-06-19-23-008-0040-0
.22 AC OB0131P0424
SEAY FAITH
PO BOX 160
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FL.
32697-0076
LOTS 4 &M BI.K 8
232 R0296200 HX $445.47
28-06-19-23-009-0020-0
.91 AC OB0107P'0613
BENEFIEIDI PATRICIA & JOHN
PO BOX 16
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
I.OTS 2 THRU 5 INCL & LOTS
12 THUR 15 WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS ENSEYS SURVEY
233 R0296500 $562.48
28-.06-19-23-010-0020-0
.38 AC OB0076P0371
FERRES FLOYD & YVONNE
IO BOX 64
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI.
32697-0064
I.OT 2 & LOT 3 BLOCK 10
I.ESS RD R/W WORTHINGTON
SPRINGS PATTON SURVEY
234 R0297000 HX $157.38
28-06-19-23-013-0050-0
.57 AC OB0067P0057
YARBROUGH SHEIIA FAYE
PO BOX 106
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,.
32697-0106
I.OTS 5,6,7. BLOCK 13
PATTONSSURVEY OF
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS
235 R0300000 HX $161.98
28-06-19-23-029-0010-0
1,91 AC OB0127P0685
WII.I.IAMS BERNARD H ET AI.S
PO BOX 38
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697-0038
BI.K 29.30 EMBRACING
PATTON SURVEY EXC OR
127/689 (.46) AI.SO WI/2
KIRKLAND ST I.YING E OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL))

236 R0303100 $211.88
28-06-19-87-000-0070-0'
1.67 AC OB0203P0696
HANNA KEVIN T & SHERY.L L.
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE
GAINESVILLE. FI. 32607
I.OT 7 OF NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
S PLIAT BK 2 PG 18

237 R0303200 $211.88
28-06-19-87.000-0080-0
1.67 AC OB0208P0022


HANNA KEVIN T & SHERYL I.
3324 WEST UNIVERSITY AVE
GAINESVII.IE, FI, 32607
LOT 8 OF NEW RIVER
ESTATES AS RECORDED IN
PLAT IK 2 PG 18
238 R0304200 $214.79
29-06-19-00-000-0051-0
2.00 AC OB0058P0552
SNYDER IDA RAE & EVERETT
RR 2 BOX 699
I.AKE BUTI,ER. Fl.
32054-9539
S 220 FT OF E 396 FT OF N
440 FT OF NWI/4 OF NWI/4
OF NEI/4 EXC EASEMENT AS
8 DESC IN OR 52 PAGE 639
(ADD'IiLEGAiLSEE TAXROIi,)

239 R0304300 $207.89
29-06-19.00-000-0052.0
2.00 AC OB0058P0551
SNYDER HARRY I.EROY
RR 2 BOX 700
LAKE IIUTLER, FI,
32054-9539


N 220 FT OF K 396 FT OF
NWI/4 OF NW 1/4 OF NE 1/4

240 R0306600 $906.12
29-06-19-00-000-0109.0
1.09 AC OB0135P0524
BRAND WII.AAM T JR & BARB
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C
GAINESVII.IE., FI.
32608-3506
COM @ SE COR SE1/4 OF
NWI/4 OFNEI/4. TH RUN N
295.09 FT TO CENTER LINE
DIRT RDI) & POB. TH CONT N
(ADI))'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I)

241 R0307000 $102.28
29-06-19-00-000-0130-0
1.00 AC OB0204P0655
TODD ERIC ANTHONY
PO BOX 82
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FlI
32697
COM AT NE COR OF SEI/4 OF
SEC 29 & RUN S AI.G E/L OF
SEC 196 FTTH RUN W 12.50
FT TO POB TH RUN W 200 FT
(ADD'I. IEGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
242 R0308200 $276.00
29-06-19-56-000-0010-0
.50 AC OB0135P0524
BRAND WII.LLIAM T JR & BARB
4229 SW 68TH TERRACE
UNIT C
GAINESVILLE, FlI
32608-3506
COM @ SE COR SE 1/4 OF
NW1/4 OF NEI/4, TH N
295.09 FT, TH E 161.05 FT
TO POB, TH N 290.6FT, TH
(ADDI)'I, IEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)

43 R0309900 $124.64
30-06-19-00-000-0092.0
1.00 AC OB011310497
I.AVENDER JIMMY I)
110 NW 39TH AVE
APT 93 IB
GAINESVII.,E, FI,.
32609-1704 -
COM SW COR SEC 30, TH E
1354.76 FT, TH N 461.67
FT TO POB; TH N 127.62
FT, TH E 340.24 FT TO WI.Y
(ADD'I IEGAI, SEE TAXROII)
244 R0310800 HX $150.48
30-06-19-00-000-0140-0
10.00 AC OB0150P0443
CHRISTAKES THOMAS G ET AI,
RR 2 BOX 652 AI
I.AKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
S 1/2 OF SE 1/4 OF NE 1/4
EXC THE El/2
245 R0312600 HX $171.81
30-06-19-27-000-0240-0
3.00 AC OB007 1P0195
SHULER RICHARD & DOTTIE
RR 2 BOX 660 F. I
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl.
32054.0063
I.OT 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'I, I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
246 R0312800 $86.43
30-06-19-40-000-0020-0
1.00 AC OB0114P0557
TESSI.ER MICHAEI.A & LINDA
4611 NW 6TH STREET LOT 3
GAINESVII.IE, Fl. 32609
LOT 2 CREEKSIDE SUB DESC
OR 114/557

248 R0313900 $290.58
30-06-19-40-000-0130-0
3.28 AC OB0098P10510
HENDERSON DAVID W & JUDIT
4508 DEVONSHIRE RD.
TAMPA, FL. 33643
I.OTS 13 CREEKSIDE
249 R0314200 HX $155.08
30-06-19-40-000-0160-0
2.57 AC OB0096P0057
SMITH BARBARA JEAN
P OBOX 95
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS, FI,
32697-0095
LOTS 16 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION
250 R03i 6 4W '$27.
30-06-19-40-000-0170-0
3.15'AC O0IAITf0003
GRIGSBY DANNY JOE
PO BOX 95
WORTHIN.TON SPRINGS, FL.
32697
LOT 17 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION

251 R0314800 $744.56
30-06-19.40-000-0220-0
3.19 AC OB0105P0090
NETTLES DAVID & COLLEEN
RR 2 BOX 694 C22
LAKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
LOTS 22 CREEKSIDE SUB AS
DESC IN OR 67 P 215: I

252 R0317000 $605.61
30-06-19-68-000.0120.0
4.14 AC OB02141P0213
BARKER JENNIFER MICHEI.LE
RR 2 BOX 969-
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
I.OT I. RIVERBEND ESTATES.
SEE ORB 214. P 213 FOR
METES & BOUNDS I.EGAL.
DESCRIPTION
253 R0317400 HX $150.48
30-06-19-68-000-0160-0
1.84 AC OB0215P0617 ,
CRIBBS CHARLES .1 & BARBAR
RR 2 BOX963
LAKE BUTI.ER, FI. 32054
I.OT P RIVERBENDI) ESTATES;
ORB 120.237
254 R0317800 $316.62-
30-06.19-68-000.0200-0
1.00 AC OB0177P0698
INGI.ETT KATHRYN E
RR 2 BOX 956 :
IAKE BUTI.ER. FI, 32054
LOT T RIVERBEND ESTATES;
ORB 118-456 '
255 R0319500 $243.04
30-06-19-68-000-0430.0
2.43 AC OB0212P0293
FORD DONNA M :
985 SW HARTFORD WAY
I.AKE CITY, Fl. 32024
PARCEL QQ DESC OR 117/602

256 R0325300 HX $338.55.
01-05-40,00-000-0070-0
2.50 AC OB0202PO230 I
DOBBS MICHAEI.A
PO BOX 267
RAF'ORD, FL. 32083.0154
Si/4 O- St.I1/4 OF NEI/4
OF Sn /4 ,
257 R0327300 HX $437.85
12,05.20-00-000.0022-0
.50 AC OB0144P0184 !
DINSMORE JOHN JR
PO BOX 232
RAIFORD, FI. 32083
El/2 OF Sl/2 OF 2AC IN NE
COR NE1/4 OF SEI/4 BEING
420 FT N.& S BY 210 FT E
& W SUB. TO EASEMENT
ACROSS N 20 FT THERE
258 R0334600 HX $157.38
17-05-20-00-000.0070-0
2.00 AC OB0100P0030
BAI. IEONARD N & JUDITH M


RR 4 BOX 2035 ,
IAKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
AUDIT SUBJECT 94 COM AT NE
COR OF NWI/4 OF SE1/4
THENCE RUN S O DEG 43MIN
W OF 637 FT N84 DEG 24MIN
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)
259 R0338900 HX $407.94
22-05-20-00-000-0110-0
.50 AC OB0131P0495
STEVENS YVONNE
PO BOX I
I.AKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
BEG SW COR MAURICE &
ANGEIINE BRANNENS
-PROPERTY & NW ALONG SR
R/W 235 FT TO POB TH NE
(ADDI'I. LEGAI.SEE TAXROI.I.)
260 R0341200 HX $159.68
23-.05.20-00000-0090.0'
.50AC OB0039P0788
THORNTON MARVIN I.
RR I BOX'431
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
S 32054-9801
COM AT I/S OF N'LY R/W


I.INE OF ACI. RR WITH E
LINE OF W 1/2 OF NE 1/4
TH RUN N 99.31 FT TO PT
(ADD'I, LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL)
261 R0343100 HX $791.05
23-05-20-00-000-0282.0
1.11 AC OB01791P0204
TANNER VERSION (GENE & BRYA
CATHERIN.;.
P'O BOX 314
RAIFORD. FI, 32083
COM @ INT OFW IN OF
NEI/4 OF SW1/4 & N'.Y R/W
OFACI. RR & RUN
N59*49'15"E, AING N'LY
(A)DD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROII,)

262 R0344000 HX $508.66
23-05-20-00.000-0351-0
4.40 AC OB0199P0697
GRIFFIS PAUl. C
RR I BOX 386-G
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 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 OB0185P0522
TAVERN I) & EVELYN J MAST
215 NE 8TH AVENUE
I.AKE BUTLER. FL. 32054
COM @ SW COR OF EI/2 OF
SW1/4 & RUN N02*23'40"W,
AI.NG W BDY THEREOF, 765
FT: N85*36'20"E, 36.02 FT
(ADD'I.L LEGAI. SEE TAXROII.)
264 R0355500 $190.17
29-05-20-00-000-0151-0
.35 AC OB0194P0067
I.AVERN D & EVELYN J MAST
215 N E 8TH AVENUE
IAKE BUTI.ER, 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'I, I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

265 R0365000 HX $1239.27
29-05-20-05-011-0030-0
.24 AC OB10039P0492
BRANCATI JUNE
P.O. BOX 312
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FI. 32054
I.OT 3 BI.K II STRICKI.ANDI
HEIGHTS
266 R0376400 HX $159.68
30-05-20-00-000-0870-0
1.72 AC OB0200P0146
DOUGLAS ROBERT W
1160 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTI.ER, FI.
32054-1406
COM AT I/S OF W B)DRY OF
GOV LOT 8 & S BDRY GS & F
RR FOR POBRUN S ON W BDRY
GOV LOT 8 215 FT SE
(ADD'I. I.EGAI, SEE TAXROLI)
267 R0377600 HX $823.01
30-05-20-00-000-0908-0
1.00 AC OB0204P0380
STITT THOMAS S,.& PAULETTE
RR 4 BOX 2995.
LAKE BUTLER. FI, 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'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
268 R0379600 HX $165.90
30-05-20-09-000-0060-0
.14 AC OB0192P0505
TOMLINSON FLOYD WAYNE &
DOROTHY ELILA
105 NW 4TH AVE
S LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
105 NW 4TH AVE COM 210 FT
N OF NE COR MAIN & DEKI.E
STS & RUN E 100 FT N 50
FT W 100 FT & S 50 FT TO
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
269 R0381400 HX $783.97
30-05-20-10-003-0020-0
.63 AC OB0194P0143
CLEMONS CHARLOTTA I.
180 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
, SI/2 BI.K 3 BEING 175 FT
ON W SIDE & 125 FT ON E
SID)E I) E KNIGHTS ADDITION
270 R0381600 $157.88
30-05.20-10-004-0011-0
.41 AC OB0193P0435
JACKSON TIMOTHY L & CORA
175 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
NORTH 1/2 OF BLK 4,
KNIGHT'S ADD'N TO CITY OF
LAKE BUTLER AS PER PB I.
P 2, UNION CO, FL(ORB
193, P 435) (SEC 30-5-20)

271 R0381800 $75.67
30-05-20-11-000-0011-0
.12AC OB0118P0284
JENKINS JOSEPH W
725 SW 1ST TER
IAKE 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 POBORB 118-284
272 R0383300 $1475.52
30-05-20-11-002-0250-0
.22 AC OB0214P0316
: THOMAS .JOHN B & NATAI.I.E K
430 NW 2ND STREET .
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
LOTS 25 & 26 BLK 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
PO BOX 598
I.AKE BUTI.ER, Fl
32054-0598
LOTS 12.13. & 14 OF
BLOCK 3, MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION I.ESS & EXCR/W OF
SR 100; 1/2 OF LAND
,(AI)D'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
274 R0383700 $325.72
30-05-20- 11-003-0150-0
.19 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARl,
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083-9027
LOTS 15 16 17 & 18 BI.K 3
SEXC R/W OF.SR 100 MC
KINNEYS ADDITION
TOWNHOUSE RESTAURANT AI.SO
Sl/2 OFADJ 15 FT ALLEY
275 R0384000 $380.43
30-05-20-11-003-0280-0
.12AC OB0084P0181
GRIFIS CARL
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FI. 32083-9027
I.OT 28 BI.K 3 MCKINNEY'S
ADDN TO CITY OF I.AKE
BUTI.ER ALSO N 1/2 OF AD.I
15 FT ALL..EY ALSO NI/2 OF
(ADD'I. I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

276 R0384100 $217.81
30-05-20-1.-003-0290-0
.06AC 0B0084P0181
GRIFFIS CARL .
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9027
LOT29 MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION


277 R0384200 $108.86
30-05-20-11-003-0320-0
.18 AC OB0093P0274
GRIFFIS CARL.
RR I BOX 326
RAIFORD, FL. 32083-9027
LOTS 30,3132, BLK 3
NMCKINNEY ADDITION
278 R0384400 $1052.17
30.05-20-11-004-0011-0
.38AC OB0172P0360
LUKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601
IAKE BUTI.ER. FL. 32054
LOTS I THROUGH 6, El/3 OF
LOT 14, AND ALL. OF I.OTS
15 & 16, BI.K 4.
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTI.ER
279 R0384500 $493.39
30-05-20-11-004-0070-0
.04AC OB0160P0114
TURKNETT JOHN


IO 1BOX 296
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL.
32697
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD & COM & NW
COR ILOT 7 BLK 4FOR POB.
TH E 70.12 FT. TH N 12.07
(AI)DD'L I.EGAL SEE TAXROIJ)
280 R0384600 $1051.44
30-05-20-11-004-0110.0
.18 AC OB0180P0410
COLUMBIA PROPERTIES OF
LAKE CITY INC
517 COUNTRY CLUB RDI)
IAKEA CITY. FL. 32025
LOTS 9,10.11.12. BLOCK 4
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

281 R0385000 $270.53
30-05-20-11-004-0190-0
.11 AC
GREEN CHARLES I .IR
110 NW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-1627
LOTS 19 & 20 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD EXC E 3 FT.
OF LOT 20 AND N 83 FT
OFLOT 21
282 R0385800 HX $212.31
30-05-20-11-007-0090-0
.34 AC OB0174P0164
WILLIAMS DAVID & BOBBIE
530 SW IST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 9 TO 14 INCL BIK 7
MCKINNEYS ADD

283 R0388300 $706.43
30-05-20-11-023-0050-0
.22 AC
DILLARD LEOLA
PO BOX 1323
HIGH SPRINGS, FL,
32655-1323
LOT 5 & 6 BILK 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, FI, 33567
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 25
MCKINNEY ADD
285 R0389800 $62.76
30,05-20-1 -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 BUTLER. FL 32054
THAT PORTION OF LOTS 2 3
4 5 & 6 BLK 33 MCKINNEY'S
ADD TO LAKE BUTLER; EXC
DOT ROW
287 R0390400 HX $222.67
30-05-20-11-034-0010-0
.08AC OB0135P0184
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
IAKE 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 FT TH RUN SW
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
289 R0391200 $62.51,
30-05-20-1J-036-0030.0 ,
.11 AC OB0031P0047
.IAMES JACOB D
2717 N 54TH A\, ,
GAINESVILLE, FL 32606
LOT 3 BLK 36 MCKINNEYS
ADDN

290 R0391600 $346.36.
30-05-20-11-036-0071-0
.11AC OB0080PO100
SMITH LUKE ,JR
660 SE 3RD STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2210
SI/2 LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 36
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

291 R0391800 $192.29
30-05-20-11.037-0050-0
.11 AC i
MARSHALL RUSSELL & LOUISE
921 NE 8TH AVENUE
GAINESVILLE. FL 32601
LOTS 5 6 BLK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADD
292 R0391900 $296.08
30-05-20-11-037-0070-0
.11 AC OB0095P0430
WILLIAMS ELAINE & RUSSELLI
921 NE 8TH AVENUE ,
GAINESVILLE, FL 32601
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 37
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION
293 R0392000 $732.88
30-05-20-11-037.0090.0
.11 AC OB0205P0054
WEBB THOMAS E SR & FELICI
555 SW 5TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 9 & 10 BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD

294 R0392100 HA $234.69
30-05-20-11.037-0110-0
.11 AC OB0145P0391
WEBB .JAMES IL & SHERRY A J
860 SW 1TST ST
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054.0503
LOTS 11 & 12BLK 37
MCKINNEYS ADD DEED REFERS
TO BLK 30
295 R0392800 $38.92
30-05.20-11-040-0070-0
.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 '
30-05.20-11.040.0120.0
.05 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,
30-05-20-12-00E-0060-0
.07 AC OB0146P0553
ZERBA HARLAND L & CATHERI
50 SONW 10THAVE #6
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 6 BLK E BL NEWSOM
ADDITION


298 R0395300 HX $847.09
30-05-20-13-001-0012-0
.28 AC OB0074P0235
WILLIAMS DANIEL L & MARY
150 N LAKE AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054.1736
LOTS I & 2 EXC N 50 FT &
EXC S 70 FT ORIGINAL TOWN
299 R0398700 $926.93
30-05-20-13-009-0030-0
.20 AC OB0064P0578
SMITH VIRGINIA E
PO BOX 445'
LAKE BUTLER, FI.
32054-0445
VIRGINIA SMITH LIFE
ESTATE COM @ NW COR BLK
9, TH RUNS 100 FT TO
POB, TH E 105 FT, THS 85
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
300 R0401100 HX $323.10
30-05-20-13-019-0481-0


.15 AC OB0162P0526
THOMAS WESI.EY KEITH &
JANET YVONNE
185 S LAKE AVE
IAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2139
S 65 FT OF IOT 48 BIK 19
ORIG TOWN EXC ROW OF ANY
AND Al., STREETS
301 R0403600 $559.48
30-05-20-14-000-0080-0
.22 AC O0B0205P0204
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR 2 BOX 690
LAKE BUTLER, FI, 32054
LOT 8 RUBYES SUB RUBYE'S
SUB

302 R0403700 $261.83
30-05.20-14-000-0081-0
.22 AC OB0205P0205
ROBERTS TONY & DAWN
RR 2 BOX 690
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 7 RUBYE SUBt
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'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

304 R0408900 $933.51
31-05-20-00-000-0470-0
2.60 AC OB0180P0048
REMEMBER ALICE ETAL
PO BOX 275
LAKE BUTLER, FI.
32054-0275
COM W SIDE DEKLE ST AT
I/S SCHOOLHOUSE ST & RUN
S 1010 FT FOR POB THEN S
230 FT W 213 FT N 230 FT'
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

305 R0413200 $497.37
31-05-20-00-009-0781-0
-30 AC OB0085P0159
MILLER PAUL MARTIN
RR 2 BOX 751-A2
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
THE N 140 FT OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY
COM ON E/I. OF SEC 31 50
FT S OF RR RUN S 420 FT W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
306 R0416100 $344.69
31-05-20-16-000-0010-0
1.22 AC OB0103P0337
HALLMARK BETTY I,
C/O AVCO FINANCIAL.
925-D N TEMPLE AVE
STARKE. FI, 32091
E 142.5 FT LOT 1, TE
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 .IAMES 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
31-05-20-16-000-0173M0
.24AC OB0103P0007'
WRING .IAMES G.
525 SW 4TH ST.
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE E 1/2 OF S 1/2 OF BLK
17 DEKI.E'S FIRST ADDITION
309 R0419200 $298.57
31-05-20-16-000-0180-0
.99 AC
MANN EVELYN B & JOHN M I
RR 2 BOX 204
,LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9619
LOT 18 DEKLES IST ADDN

310 R0419500 $522.21
31-05-20-16-000-0200.0
A49AC OB0101P0278 '
MANN I\FI YN & .JOHN
RR 2 BOX204 '
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL i
32054-9619
NI1/2 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, FI,
32054-9712
THE N 1/2 EXCEPT THE E 60
FT OF BLOCK 23, DEKLE'S -
FIRST ADDITION TO THE
CITY OF IAKE BUTLER
312 R0420700 HX $157.38
31-05-20-16-000-0240-0
.38 AC OB0217P0685
NORCZYK.IEFFERY
355 MELROSE HANDING BLVIND
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 ETIAIS
846 SW ISTST.
.LAKE BUTLER, FI. 32054
S1/2OFEI1/2 LOT I TE
DEKLE 2ND ADD)
314 R0422300 $376.86
31.05.20-17-000-0012-0
.16 AC OB0078P0632
JACKSON ETHEL EST OF,
C/O EVELYN SMALL
846 SW 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
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROILL)
315 R0422900 $191.95 .
31-05-20-17-000-0060-0
50 AC OB0078P0632
HADLEY ILUCIILLE
145 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FIL
32054.1509
LOT 6 S OF RR TE DEKLE
2ND ADEXC OR 92 PG 548;
316 R0424600 $1254.14.
31.05.20-17.000-0180-0
.49 AC OB0119P0687
WATKINS ALFRED .JR & ILUCIN
P O BOX 341
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2135
SEl/2 LOT 18 DEKILES 2ND
ADD

317 R0426600 $620.24
31-05-20-19-000-0041-0
56 AC OB0097P0645'
HAMM ROGER & GWENI)OLYN
410 SW 3RD ST
' LAKE BUTLER, FI,
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 NEILA & ROBIN .1
280 SW 3RD ST
LAKE BUTLER, FLI
32054.2010
THE W 1/2 OF THE NI/2 OF
BLK 8 TOWNSEND'S ADD TO-
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER IN PB
I P 8 PR OF UNION COUNTY
OR 19 P 532

319 R0428900 $682.65
31-05-20-20.008-0040-0
.19AC OB0147P0212
ATLANTIC MORTGAGE & INVES
CORPORATION
4348 SOUTHPOINT BLVD SUIT
JACKSONVILLE. FL 32216
SE I/4 EXC N 21 FT OF BLK
8 LAGERGREEN
320 R0430700 $1179.59


31-05-20-21-024-0010-0
.74 AC OB0143P0152
MOCK EZRA ETAI.S
RR 4 BOX 2555
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
I.OTS I TO 8 INCI. BI.K 24
LAKE BUTLER HIGHLANDS ADD
IN SI/2 OF.OT 9 NOT IN
CITY
321 R0432800 HX $1007.49
31-05-20-25-0(M)-0180-0
.26 AC OB0208IP0096
FLOYD DONA.I) E & DI)EORAH
517 SW 13TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
LOT 18 SHAWS ADD

322 R0433100 $1409.15
31-05-20-25-000-0210-0
.29 AC OB0030P0364
ROGERS DENNIS P & GLOYCE
PO BOX 23
RAIFORD, Fl, 32083
I.OT 21 SHAW'S ADDITION
323 R0435400 $4983.56
32-05-20-00-000-0080-0
9.36AC 0B0181P0302
VENTURE REAL ESTATE INC
TRUSTEE LAKE BUTLER MHP
12951 .IULINGTON RIDGE DRI
JACKSONVILLE, FI,
32258-3412
THE WESTERLY 200 FT OF
EI/2 OF NWI/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, FI, 32054
COM AT POB AS DESC IN OR
28 P 215 & TH RUN SE'IY
AIG R/W/I 272.31 FT TH
SW'LY 23.53 FT TH NW'LY
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

325 R0435700 $532.26
32-05-20-00-000-0110-0
.27 AC OB0207P0100
THORNTON DONALD
725 E LAURA ST
STARKE, FL 32091
905 SE 5TH ST COM AT POB
AS DESC IN OR 27 P 166 &
RUN N 124.81 TH E 89.28
FTTH S 1/4 FT & TH W
96.20 FT TO POB
326 R0436500 $119.87
32-05-20-22-001-0011-0
.31 AC OB0166P0020
JENKINS CHARI.ES
PO BOX 105
LAKE BUTLER. FlI 32054
N 111.01 FT OF LOT I & E
49.12FT OF N 111.01 FT OF
LOT 2, INBILK 1, J W
TOWNSEND'S ADDITIONLESS &
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

327 R0436900 $86.42
32-05-20-22-001-0031-0
.41 AC OB0166P0019
JENKINS CHARI.ES
1PO BOX 105
IAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NI/2 OF SW1/4 OF BLK 1
J.W TOWNSEND ADDITION
LEES ST ON W SIDE

328 R0437300 HX $157.38
32-05-20-22-003-0010-0
.12 AC OB0184P0198
HIGHLAND MANEKA
770 SE 2ND ST
LAKE BUTLER. FL, 32054
COM @ NE COR OF LOT 1.
BLK 3 &RUN WEST 100 FT;
SOUTH 55 FT EAST 100 FT;
NORTH 55 FT TO BEGINNING
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)

329 R0437600 HX $918.32
32-05-20-22-003-0030-0
.83 AC
JENKINS CHARLES WESLEY
POBOX 105
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0105
LOT 3 BLK 3.1 J W TOWNSENDS
ADD
330 R0438300 $172.97
..32-05-20-22-004-0040-0 .
.83 AC OB01T55P0061
BROWN JUANITA
7C/O.HENRY ALLEN'. :
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FI, 32772
LOT 4 BLK 4 J W TOWNSEND
ADD EXC PARCEL 10 FT X 10
FT IN SE'LY COR

331 R0438800 $64.36
32-05-20-22-006-0011-0
.13AC OB0156P0408
WATKINS LEON .IR
PO BOX 1936
HIGH SPRINGS, FI;
32655-1936
S 60 FT OF E 100 FT LOT I
BILK6

332 R0439100 HX $321.29
32-05-20-22-007-0011-0
.24 AC OB0037P0721
SLOCUM JOHN A & TAMI A
425 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, Fl, 32054
W 128 FTOF S 85 FT OF N
185 FT OF BLK 7.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD
333 R0439200 HX $843.58
32-05-20-22.007-0030-0
.41 AC -OB0075P0450
BRISTOW MARY F & EUGENE J
435 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-2617
N 1/2 LOT 3 BLK 7 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

334 R0439900 HX $199.20
32-05-20-22-008-0020-0
.20AC. OB0108P0022
PREVATT SHARI
415 SE 6TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
NWI/4 OF LOT 2 BLK 8.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD

335 R0440000 $77.51
32.05-20-22-008-0021-0
.24 AC OB0086P0396
JENKINS RONNIE CHARILES
2116 NW 2ND STREET
GAINESVILIE, FL 32619
COM @ NW COR LT 2 BLK 8,1
W TOWNSEND'S ADDN, TH E
98.25 FTTO POB, TH CONT E
68 FT. THS 130 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
336 R0440200 $220.96
32-05-20-22-008-0023-0
.20 AC OB0179P0485
MABREY ELAINE
640 SE 4TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR LOT 2, BLK
8, THE 166.25 FOR POB;
THE 85 FT, THS 120 FT
TO DITCH, TH SW'IYA.LG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
337 R0440400 $1037.43
32-05-20-22-009-0030-0
.84 AC OB0197P0225
PRITZ DAVID M & PHYLLIS E
PO BOX 1897
HIGH SPRINGS, FI, 32655
THAT PART OF LOT 3. BLK
9, & LOT 2 BLK 12. & A
PLATTED UN-OPENED STREET
IYNG BETWEEN SAID LOTS 3
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROLI)


338 R0442100 $243.09
32-05.20-22-017-0010-0
.22 AC OB005510449
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE, FlI 32606
THE N 1/2 OF THE N 1/2 OF
THE E 106.46 FT BLK 17.1
W TOWNSENADD(TION
339 R0442400 $90.97
32-05-20-22-017-0020-0
.29 AC OB0094P0726
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HENRY AI.I.EN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FL. 32772
THE S 1/2 OF THE NI/2 OF-
W 140FT BLK 17. JW
TOWNSEND ADDN.
340 R0442700 $56.66
32-05-20-22-017-0032-0
.11 AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA















C/O HENRY AI.LLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD. Fl. 32772
NI/2 OF S1/2 OF W 106.46
FT OFF 212.92 FI BI.K 17.1
W TOWNSENDS ADDITION.
341 R0443100 HX $150.48
32-05-20-22-018-0010-0
.20AC OB01171'P0295
FULTON CURRIE I,
PO BOX 703
I.AKE BUTI.ER. FlI 32054
NE 1/4 IOT BI.K 18.1 W
TOWNSENDS ADD
342 R0443200 HX $152.78
32-05-20- 22-018-00 11-0
.20 AC OB0057P0228
JONES REBECCA FLEMING
334 SW EXPLORER GLN
FORT WHITER, Fl.
32038.4024
NW QTR LOT I BI.K 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 BIK 18.1W
TOWNSEND AIDD
344 R0444000 HX $152.78
32-05-20-22-018-0042-0
.20AC 0B0171P0239
JEFFERSON VICTOR
865 SE 7TH PI.
IAKE IIUTI.ER, FIl,
32054-2905
WI/2 51/2 LOT 4 BLK 18.J
W TOWNSENDS ADD
345 R0444100 $99.86
32-05-20-22.018-0043-0
.20 AC
.EFFERSON RUFUS
865 SE 7TH PI,
LAKE BUTLER, FI,
32054-2905
El/2 OF S1/2 OF LOT 4
BLOCK 18.1. W. TOWNSENDS
ADDITION.
346 R0444800 $287.26
32-05-20-22.-020-0010.0
1.73 AC 0O10032P0684
RIGGINS CURTIS & EI.IZABET
3421 ST JOHNS AVE. APT 60
PALATKA. Fl. 32177
BLOCK 20.1 W TOWNSENDS
ADD
347 R0454200 $52.02
03.06-20-32-000-0461-0
5.50 AC OB0156P0542
TURNER RONNIE A & KAREN A
P 0 BOX 644
IAKE BUTI.ER. FI,
32054-1861
LOT K DESC AS COM SW COR
SEC 2TH E 438.95 FTr. TH N
358.01 FT, TH W 290.73 FT
TO POBITH W 294.29 FT. TH
(ADD'I, LEGAl. SEE TAXROI.I.)
348 R0456700 $165.52
06-06.20-00-000-0090-0
1.00AC 0110211P0509
STONE RHONDA E
PO BOX 3124
IAKE CITY.I,. 32056-3124
COM AT SW COR OF NI/2 OF
S1/2 OF LOT5 SEC 6 & TH
RUN E 703 FT TO POB TH
RUN E 315 FT TH RUN N 420
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
349 R0456900 $956.19
06-06.20-00-000-0092-0
1.00 AC OBO157POO73
CHAMBERS JORDAINA CAGLE
RR 5 BOX 5790-
IAKE BUTLER, FL.
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. TH W 210 FT. TH S.
210 FT TO POB
350 R0457000 HX $1473.87
06-06.20-00-000-0100.0
1.00 AC O(B0056P0563
SANDERSON GERAI.DI) L & SUSA
RR 4 BOX 2424
LAKE BUTLER Fl.
32054-9605
FROM POINT OF BEG AS
DESCRIBED IN OR 26 P 742
TH RUN W 153 FT TH RUN S -
2R1.84 FT TH RUN E. 153 FT
(ADI)D'I. I .LEGAI. SEE TAXROI.)I
351 R0457500 HX $287.16




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. l Street in Lake
Butler For more
information, call (386) 496-
3401.





You are the music while the
music lasts.
-T. S. Eliot


06-06-20-00-000-0132-0
.50 AC OB0108P0105
SANDERSON E I.. G I. S A
RR 4 BOX 2427
I.AKE BUTI.ER. Fl. 32054
COM @ INT OF N I.N St/2
GOV .LOT4, W CEN I,N CO RI)
231, TH W 641.37 FT. TH N
259.85 FT TO POB, 'TH S
(ADD'I, IEGAI SEE TAXROI.I.)
352 R0462000 HX $596.13
06-06,20-00-000-0510-0
1.00 AC OB0128P0381
MOCK EZRA E
RR 4 BOX 2554
I.AKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
COM AT INTERSECTION OF ST
RDI) S 231 & GRADED RDI)
- RUNNING SE TH SE'LY ALONG
N BDRY I.INE RD 210 FT TO
(ADD'L I.EGAI, SEE TAXRO)I.I.
353 R0465500 $227.12
07-06-20-00-000-0090-0
2.00 AC
WOOTEN CHARLIE
2514 WEDGEFIELID BI.V)
JACKSONVILLE. 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
(ADDI)'L LEGAl. SEE TAXROLL)
354 R0468000 HX $519.38
07-06-20-67-000-0100-0
5.00 AC 0B0111P0064
MASSEY WALTER GUY
RT 4 BOX 2781
LAKE BUTLER. Fl. 32054
PARCEL 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 111 PG
200 I)EERHAVEN SUB
356 R0475100 HX $152.78
10-06-20-43-000-0170-0
'1.56 AC OB0121PO241
E.I.XSON JOHNNY G ET AIS
RR4 BOX 2184 .
IAKE BUTI.ER, Fl. 32054
PART OF LOT 17 NEW RIVER
PLAN-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
I.AKE 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'I.Y ALG CURVE
(ADDI)!'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
358.R0487400 $229.85
26-04-21-00-000-0110-0
3.24 AC OB0001P0460
NORMAN DONALD CARLOS &
WA
RR I BOX 623-A
1.AWTEY, Fl. 32058-9605
E 182 FT OF THE W 330 FT
OF S 3/4OFWI/2 OFSWI/4
OF SW1/4;
359 R0487500 $3811.97
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.V4 OF W1/2
OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4;
360 R0487600 HX $1062.36
26-04-21-00-.00-0140.0
&00 AC OB0048P0030
NORMAN DONALD CARI.OS &
WA -
-RRI BOX 623-A -
I.AWTEY, Fl. 32058-9605
CONM 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 660
(AD)ID'L I. EGAI. SEE TAXROI .I I
361 R0495300 HX $234.40
.-04-20021-00-0012-0
5.00 AC OB0176P0313
THORNTON NATHAN W &
TONYA
POBOX 36.


RAIFORD, Fl, 32083-0365
COM @ NE COR NE1/4, TH W
165.0FT TH S 22.05 FT TO
S ROW CR S-125 & POB: TH
S 1317.33 FT. TH W 104.64
(ADD'I. IEGAI SEE TAXROI.I.)
362 R0496300 $119.37
35-04-21-00-000-0040-0
19.00 AC OB0096P0346
GRIFFIS JESTER I.OUIS
PO BOX 1122
GIEN 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 OB0077P0540
GRIFFIS JOHNNIE IEO & DEB
RR I BOX 302
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083
Sl/2 OF W1/2 OF SI/2 OF
IOT 4
364 R0499700 $755.02
03-05-21-00-000-0010-0
73.87 AC OB0093P0608
GRIFFIS JOHNNIE I.
RR I BOX 302
RAIFORD, FL. 32083-9025
Wl/2 OF NEl/4 SEC 3 EXC
DIB 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 SWI/4
SEC 6, TH S 555.65 FT TO
NE'.Y ROWCR 229. TH NW'I.Y
AIG ROW TO NE'.Y ROW GRI)
(ADD'.L I.EGAI, SEE TAXROLL)
366 R0501200 $116.98
06-05-1 .000-000-0021-.0
1.45 AC OB0124P0337
BROWNING JANICE DEANNA
9710 SW 75TH WAY
GAINESVIII.E. Fl. 32608
COM @ SW COR OF NE 1/4 OF
SW 1/4 SEC 6. TH N 238.29
FT FOR POB; TH N 370.09
FT TO ROW CR 229. TH
(ADD'I. LEGAl. SEE TAXROLL)
367 R0504200 $58.43
07-05-21-00-000-0180-0
.50 AC
CAMPBEI.,. GIORIA .1 & CORNER
PO BOX 762
HARDEEVI.LE. SC
29927-0762
COM 140 YDS E OF NW COR
OF NW1/4 OF SWI/4 & RUN E
35 YDS S 70 YDS W 35 YDS
& N 70 YDS TO BEG
368 R0504900 $91.52 -
07-05-21-00-000-0230-0
1.00 AC OB0041P0723
COPELAND FI.ORINE
C/O NATHANIEL COPEIANDI)
14150 SONNY COPEI.AND LANE
SANDERSON, FL 32081-0217
COM AT NW COR OF SW1/4 OF
SWI/4 SEC 7 & RUN S ON W
LINE OF SAID SEC 7 A DIST
OF 40 FT TO POB THENCE
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)
369 R0505000 HX $408.45
07-05-21-00-000-0240-0
35.94 AC OB0097P0435
CREWS LESI.IE JR & BARBARA
P O BOX 537
RAIFORDI), 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 RDI)
(ADD'I. I.EGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
370 R0505800 $342.72
07-05-21-00-000-0293-0
3.45 AC OB0044P0316
ROGERS WILBUR W & RITA E
7470 PARADIISE I.ANL
kl. STONV. HI IGHT'N. FI,
32656
COM AT I/S OF S IINE OF N
792.FT OF NW 1/4 OF SE
1/4 OF SEC 7 AND ROWIINE
OF SR-229 THRUN SON ROW
(ADD'I, LEGAL SEE TAXROI.IL)
371 R0506900 $138.87
07.05-21-00-000-0342-0
1.88 AC OB0075P0015OO
COPELAND NATHANIEL
14150 SONNY COPEI.AND LANE
SANDERSON. Fl. 32087-9701


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Drivers must have a valid Class A CDL,
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E 144.45 FT OF W 667.36
FT OF SW1/4 OF SW1/4 1.YNG
S OF AIRLINE SPECIAL RI);
372 R0508700 HX $312.69
09-05-21.()-000-0040)-0
1.00 AC OB0149P0413
ALVARE'Z .AMES & I.INDA
THORNTON CAROIYN
PO BOX 612
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083-0011
COM AT SW COR OF THE
SW1/4 OF NW1/4 & RUN
NORTH ON I.AND) INE 105 FT
FOR POB THENCE RUN NORTH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI,)
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, FL, 32083-9039
COM @ NW COR OF NW1/4 OF
NWI/4& RUN E'LY, 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 383(;
RAIFORD, FL 32083-9039
COM SW COR OF NW1/4 OF
NWI/4 & RUN E ON LAND)
LINE 336 FT & N 208 3/4
FT TO A PT 208.75 N OF
(ADD'I, 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
BDRY 315.3 FTTO S BDRY OF
SR 121 TH NE ON RW 317.65
(ADD'I, LEGAl SEE TAXROI,L)
376 R0513000 $149.30
17-05-21-00-000-0280-0
.80 AC OB0161P0352
COLE .IAMIE 1, & MARIA E
PMB 91
11025 W BEAVER ST
JACKSONVILLE, Fl.
32220-2191
COM @ INT S ROW SR 121 &
W ROWSAPP CEM RDi, TH S
250 FT TO POB, TH W TO E
BK TURKEY CREEKTH S AI.NG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.IL)
377 R0513300 HX $157.38
17.05-21-00-000-0290-0
.50 AC OB0043P0580
CAINE HENRY I. & KELLY R
PO BOX 194
RAIFORD, Fl, 32083-0194
BEG AT THE NE COR OF
SWI/4 OF NW1/4 & RUN S
210 FT FOR POB TH RUN S
105 FT TH RUN W 210 FT TH
(ADI)'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
378 R0515700 HX $157.38
17-05.21-00-000-0430-0
11.12AC 0B0131P0037
JAMES F & KETSIA SIMEUS
3616 MOUNT CARMEL IANE
MELBOURNEFI. 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 TAX ROLL)
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
NWI/4& RUN N88*52'18"E,
ALNG N.LN. THEREOF, 26.42
FT TO E R/W OF SAPP
(ADD' I.EGALSEF.TAXROLL)
380 R0517000 $128.48
18.05-21-00-000-0010.0
.82 AC OB0128P0158
AUSTIN RODENCIA M & .IUANI
PO BOX 684
RAI'ORD. I 32083
COM AT SE O (R O Nt. 114
OF NI 114 TH RUN % 291.013
FTFOR POll. TH \% 169.50
FT.TH N 210 FT. TH I.
(ADD'I I, G4I S.SEt TA'ROIII l


381 R0517700 $970.76
18-05-21-00-000-0050-0
3.42 AC OB0178P0375
GRIFFIS MARIAN F
PO BOX 34
RAIFORD, Fl, 32083-0034
COM NE COR OF SEI/4 OF
NEI/4 & RUN S TO N'L.Y
HDRY OF ROW OFACI, RR. TH-
SW AIONG ROW 329.0 FT TO
(ADD'I, I,EGAI. SEE TAXROLI.)
382 R0517900 HX $397.19
18-05-21-00-000-0070-0
1.27 AC OB0067P0065
KOONCE IAWRENCE W
PO BOX 731
RAIFORD, Fl. 32083
WI/2 OF SEI/4 OF NE1/4 N
OF RY & E OF HENRY
THORNTON RD
383 R0518000 $178.57
18.05-21-00-000-0080-0
1.43 AC OB0102P0592
THE ZEMEI, TRUST
C/O
EDWARDS & ANGELL,. LP
51 JFK PARKWAY
SHORT HILI.IS, NJ 07078
COM AT E IINE OF WI/2 OF
SE1/4 OF NE1/4 ON N LINE
OF RY & RUN W ALONG RY
180 FT FOR POB THENCE RUN
(ADD'I, LEGAL, SEETAXROLL)
384 R0518300 $699.98
18-05-21-00-000-0110-0
.91 AC OBI014P0604
MCCORD INGRAM
203 CHRISTIAN ST
STARKE. Fl. 32091
POINT OF REF INTERS NW'I.Y
ROW SR 121, WITH E ROW CR
229, TH N 305.47 FT TO
POB; TH N 166 FT, TH E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)
385 R0520500 HX $157.38
18-05-21-00-000.0301-0
1.00 AC OB0129P0187
STOUTAMIRE STEVE
PO BOX 63
RAIFORD. Fl. 32083
COM @ NW COR SEC 18, TH S
1084.57 FT, TH E 141.26
FT TO POB. TH CONT E 100
FT, THS 435.6FTTH W 100
FT, TH N 435.6 FT TO POB;
386 R0521400 HX $269.71
18-05-21-00-000-0360-0
.38 AC OB0160P0399
MORGAN TINA MARIA
THOUROT
PO BOX 298
RAIFORD, Fl, 32083-0298
COM AT NE COR OF SWI/4 OF
NEI/4 RUNW 720 FT ON N .
I.NE OF SAID FORTY THENCE
S I DEG E.15 FT TO S LINE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
387 R0522000 $62.14
18-05-21-00-000-0420-0
.19 AC OB0102P0592
THE ZEMEL TRUST
C/O ROBERT NOVACKJ SQ
EDWARDS & ANGEL, I.P
51 JFK PARKWAY
SHORT HIL.S. NJ 07078
COM SW COR OF LAND SOLD)
WHITTEN & CO65FT NOF .
RY R/W & RUNN 124 FT W55
FT S 155 FT TO RY R/W & EF
ALONG R/W TO BEG
388 R0522400 $96.46
18-05-21.00-000.0460-0
1.08 AC OB0039P0032
DINSMORE BETTY JEAN
C/O JOHN DINSMORE
PO BOX 232
RAIFORD, FL 32083-0071
COM AT NE COR OF SE 1/4
OF NW 1/4 & RUN S 210 FT
W 270 FT TO POB TH RUN S
130 FT W 360 FT N 130 FT
& E 360 FT TO POB
389 R0526700 $91.83
18-05-21-00.000.0790-0
.40 AC OBOI02P0592
THE 7EMEI. TRUST
CJO ROBERT NOVACK. ESQ
EDWARDS & ANGELI.. I.P
51 .FK PARKWAY
SHORT HIl.I.S. NJ 07078
COM 10 CH W OF NE COR OF
NW1 -/4 OF SF 1/4 & RUNS 89
FT W 198 FT N 72 FT & N-.
AIONG RY TO BEG(
390 R0528100 HX $155.08
18-05-21-00-000-0910-0
.45 AC OB0173PO.005


BRYANT DANIEL
PO BOX 704
RAIFORD. Fl, 32083
COM 245 YDS S OF NE COR
OF NW1/4 OF SE1/4 & RUNS
35 YDS W 70 YDS N 35 YDS
& E 70 YD)S TO BEG
391 R0531300 $485.71
18-05-21-26-003-0020-0
.17 AC OB0036P0550
AILFORD ANN ALTMAN
P10 BOX 83
RAIFORD, FL, 32083-0083
LOTS 2 & 13 BI.K 3 RAIFORD
DEVELOPMENT SUB
392 R0533100 $1355.54,
19-05-21-00-000-0050-0
10.65 AC 0B019810064
GRIFFIS GERAI.D & .10 ANN
RR I BOX 491
LAKE BUTI.ER, FL
32054-9724
SEI/4 OF SW1/4 EXC 4 A IN
NW COR BEING 210 FT E & W
BY 840 FT N & S EXC
PARCEL DESC IN OR 33 P
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLLI.)
393 R0535900 HX $820.96
19-05-21-86-000-0020-0
2.05 AC OB0204P0629
TETSTONE RAIFORD JR & CIN
PO BOX 612
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NW COR OF NI/2 OF
NW1/4 OF SW1/4 & RUN
S00*10'07"W, ALNG W LN
THEREOF, 60.17 FT TOS R/W
(ADD'L I.EGAI. SEE TAXROLL)
394 R0536200 $1409.03
19-05-21-86-000-0050-0
1.00 AC OB0201P0239
TETSTONE GEORGE
850 NW 3RD STREET
IAKE BUTLER, Fl. 32054
COM @ NW COR OF NI/2 OF
NW1/4 OF SWI/4 & RUN
SOO*10'07"W, ALONG W LN
THEREOF, 60.17 FT TOS R/W
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEETAXROLL)
395 R0538500 HX $1989.89
20-05-21-00-000-0137.0
6.49 AC OB0216P0525
RUSSELL B & DEBORAH A GOR
23294 N E 120TH WAY
RAIFORD, FL 32083
PARCEL #7 AS DESC IN OR
84 PG 212 OFFICIAL RECORD
UNION CO;
396 R0539600 HX $156.12
20-05-21-00-000-0190-0
1.00 AC OB0142P0478
GREEN JOYCE N & GORDON W
RR 1IBOX 383 (
RAIFORD. Fl 32083
ALL THE N /2 OF NWI/4 OF
SW 1/4 IYING. E OF SR 229
397 R0540800 $1536.00
30-05-21-00-000-0050-0
4.80 AC OB0093P0622
GRIFFIS GERALD & JOANN
RR I BOX 491
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT NW COR OF NEI/4 OF
NWI/4 & RUN S ON LAND
LINE 14 CH E 6.4 CH TO RD
THENCE NW ALONG W BDRY OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
398 R0540900 $392.31
30-05-21-00-000.0060-0
73.20 AC OB0198P0064
GRIFFIS GERALD & JO ANN
RR I BOX 491
LAKE BUTLER, FL,
32054-9724
NI/2 OF FOLLOWING DESC
PROP N3/4OF NEI/4 OF
NW1/4 EXC COM AT NW COR
THEREOF & RUN S 14 CH
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)
399 R0541000 HX $1635.71
.30-05-21.00-000-0061-0
3.00 AC
GRIFFIS GERAI.D & .10 ANN
RR I BOX 491
I AKE BUTlER. FI.
32054-9724
BEG AT S LINE OF SF.C 19 &
E IINE OFSRS.-793 TH N
8r54'39" WAI.ONG SAID :
LINE 90.28 FT TH N
(ADD'I.I.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.I
400 R0541100 $104.93
S 30-05-21-00-000-0070-0
80.00 AC
GRIFFIS GERAI.D
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PREPARE
Continued from p. 1A


track of that storm and the
danmaoe \ou sa\\ in other, areas
could have easily happened
here.'" r
.He then went on to explain
that even after a storm passes,
the danger still lingers.
"Uniorn County is on a ridge
and very prone to the tornadic
activity that is spawned once
the worst of a hurricane
passes," York said. "It very
important you stay in place
-umntil official word, is given it is
safe to proceed." .,
Even if a hurricaneAjd.oes-JL
diril ;l. i 'it' the county, York
said there are other factors
local officials must consider.
"If a hurricane' is going to
impact an east coast county,
.like Flagler, their evacuation
ro ute can send them through
-Lake Butler," York said. "At
that point, as a host shelter, we
would have to begin accepting
e .acuees. At the same time we
riubst look out for the needs of
our own residents, so it
-becomes a delicate balancing
act." '
He then explained that
hurricane forecasters are
predicting jn'tilher above
average 'year Ig.r hurricane
,activity. According to York,
Dr. William Gray of Colorado
State University is predicting
that their %will be 17 named
storms during the Atlantic
Hurricane Season. Of those,
nine will become hurricanes
and of those five will be major
hurricanes with winds
exceeding 110 mph.
"The' opportunity that we
might get hit in some fashion
is. a real possibilityy" York
said. "We must be ready in the
event it happens."
-He then .touched on the
:issues of evaCuations. He told
residents that the'\ should ,be
prepared in the e\ ent they need
to lei'e their homes,
S\\e cjn get just a few
inches of rain and it cripples us
f6ir a short period of time,"
York said. ."I'f we get the kind


of rain that a hurricane brings
ve are going to order
ev acuations of low lying areas.
Residents need to kilo\\ \' herc
thc 're going tlo go and \\ ho
they are going to call to let
them know heree their going.
It's vital you have these plans..
in place."
As he closed the meeting,
he once again urged residents
to be prepared.
"It is critical that you have a
plan in place in the event we
experience a disaster," York
said. "Planning now can save
your- life and lives of your
family."
These series of town hall
meetings will continue tonight
in Lake Butler at the Lake
Butler Coram.nitLy_Center._-n-On.
May 30, it will be held at the,
community center in
Providence. On June I,
officials will meet with
residents at the Raiford
Community Center. Residents
who missed the meetings in
Palestine or Worthnigton
Springs area are encouraged to
attend any upcoming meeting.
Officials will have brochures
on how to prepare for a
disaster as well as how to
create an evacuation route and
other disaster preparedness
issues. All meetings begin at
6:30 p.m.

James Redmond can be
reached at (386) 496-2261 or
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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
.EUBLtCATIJOrLO.--.TI-TIS-.NOTI3eE-
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
Notice is May 18,2006. '
Personal Representatives:
R. Daren Croft
P.O. Box 136
Suwannee, FL 32692
Angela Harrison
P.O. Box 203
Suwannee, FL 32692
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Russell A. Wade III
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade I11, P.A.
410 West Main Street, Suite B
Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-9656
5/182tchg. 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 of
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 StreetUnion 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
demands against Decedent's estate
on whom a copy of this Notice is
required to be served must file their
claims withth is 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
MOREAFTER THE-DECEDENT'S;.--
-D ATE-OF-DEATH1-STBAIRAE D.
The date of first publication of this
' Notice is May 18, 2006.
Personal Representative:
Melissa R. Foerman
5079 SWSR 121
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Russell A. Wade III
Florida Bar No. 251460
Russell A. Wade III, P.A.
410 West Main Street, Suite B
SLake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-9656
5/182tchg5/25 ,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2005-CP-15
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
ELEANOR P. HIDDEN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
ELEANOR F. HIDDEN, deceased
File Number 63-2005-CP-15, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union,
County; Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is 55 West Main
Sheet, 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 demands
against-decedent's estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unliquidated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice
is served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE; OR 30 DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate,
including unmatured, contingent or
unliquidated claims, must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF


THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
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. MUCH, P.A.
Florida Bar No. 947342
Sabina Tomshinsky
Florida Bar No.: 0012188
2114 N.W. 40th Terrace, Suite A-1
Gainesville, FL 32605
(352) 378-5599 (phone)
(352) 378-3388 (fax)
5/182tchg. 5/25
LEGAL NOTICE
The Union County Commission
announces the availability of State
Housing Initiatives Partnership
Program (S.H.I.P.) funds for 2006-
2007 fiscal year. Funds in the amount
:.of 31,0-QQO.are-available for-eounty-
residents wh-o meet certain income
requirements to construct a new
home, purchase a new site-built
home, rehab and purchase an
existing site-built home, or receive
emergency repair or major
rehabilitation to existing site-built
owner occupied homes. Applications
can be made at Suwannee River
Economic Council, Inc., 855. S.W.
6th Ave., Lake Butler, FL 32054, 386-
496-2342.
Applications' will be accepted
beginning July 3, 2006. Consideration
'eWill also be given to those who have
pending applications. Applications
will be taken without discrimination
on the basis of race, creed, c lor.
religion, age, sex, marital or familial
status, national origin, or handicap.
Home Ownership Strategies
Down Payment/Closing Cost New
Down Payment/Closing Cost -
Existing
Owner Occupied Major
Rehabilitation
Emergency Repairs
Disaster Mitigation/Recovery
S5/25.tchg.-
PUBLIC NOTICE
RULE NAME
2.20 WELLNESS PROGRAM
PURPOSE AND EFFECT:
To update Board Policies
SUMMARY:
To update Board Policies
AUTHORITY: Florida Statutes
LAW IMPLEMENTED:
ECONOMIC IMPACT: None
Policy can be viewed in the Office of
the Superintendent of Schools, 55 SW
Sixth Street, Lake Butler, Florida
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and
4:00 p.m.
IF A HEARING IS REQUESTED
WITHIN 28 DAYS OF THIS
PUBLICATION IN ACCORDANCE
WITH SECTION 120.54 FLORIDA
STATUTES, IT WILL BE HELD ON
JULY 11,2006, AT 6:00 P.M. IN THE
SCHOOL BOARD MEETING
ROOM. A COMPLETE TEXT OF
THIS PROPOSED RULE MAY BE
VIEWED IN THE OFFICE OF THE
SUPERINTENDENT --- OF
SCHOOLS, 55 S.W. 6th STREET
LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA.
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-Section B: Thursday, May 25, 2006






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




5-day program hopes to teach youth financial skills


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Mom, can you buy me that
$175 pair of shoes? Dad, what
about a cell phone with the-
new camera and "iden
features?
Parents if you hear ihe.e
questions from your children
and wish they could beiier
understand the value o'f a hjrd.
earned dollar, sign them up for
Operation Money Watch
Presented by Consumer
Credit Counseling ,-f Mid-
Florida Inc. and Sinti Fe
Community Co llege's
Andrews Center of Starke.
Operation Money Vvajth is a
five-day program used i. each
teenagers about imp(orrani life
skills in the areas of banking.
education, money and careers
Teens from ages 12-I1 can
attend.
It will take place Jine 5-9 at
the SFCC Cultural Building.
located at 209 W. Call St It
lasts from 9 a.m. to 3 p m
each day, so teenagers can
attend while their parents are
at work.
The course will teach
participants how t'o open a
savings account, write a check,
balance a check book.
interview for a job. present
identity theft, stick to a budget.
use credit and credit .ard. and
other financial skills.
Operation. Mone. \\arch
will not only ha\e guest
speakers involved in the
financial industry, but there
will be field trips to Capital
City Bank, the Federal Reserve
in Jacksonville and the SFCC-
Career Center. A side trip \% ill
be taken to the Avenues Mall
to teach smart shopping tips.
Each day lunch %kill be
provided by the Bradford
County Ministerial Alliance.
Capital City Bank is also a
sponsor of the program
Each participant must fill
out an, application, which can
be picked up at the SFCC
'Andrews Center, and pa\ a
$30 registration fee.
Cheryl Canova, the director
of the center, said $15 of this
money will go toward starting
each child a savings account al
the end of the program, or il


First Fall

Festival

meeting takes

place June 12

BY CLIFF SMELLED
Telegraph Staff W1'riue
October may not be right
around the corner, but
planning for this year's annual
- Santa Fe CommunitN College
Starke Fall Festival is set to
begin with the festival
committee's first meeting
scheduled for Monday. June
1'2, at noon at the SFCC
Andrews Center board room in
Starke.
Kathy Lehman, festival
coordinator, said anyone in the
community who is interested
in attending this. meeting ma.
do'so. If interested, you must
S make a reservation by calling
(904) 964-5382 (ask to be
transferred to the Siarke Fall
Festival office).

is Helping to plan the festi,-al
is not the only % a for
someone to get involved
S Every year artists are asked to
participate in the festival's
; poster/T-shirt image contest
This year's image is the First
i United Methodist Church
located on Walnut Street in
downtown Starke'
Interested artists must
S submit a color (any medium
S and a black-and-white line
: drawing is best, but charcoal or
other media will be accepted
rendering of the church by
Monday, July 17. at' the
S Andrews Center, The color
rendering will be used for the
festival posters and the black-
] and-white rendering 'ill be
S used for T-shirts.
'.The artist whose image is
S selected will receive $200

S For more information .:n this
S year's festival, which v. ill be
Oct. 14-15, or the poster/T-


S shirt contest, call (9041f 964-
S 382 and ask for the Starke
S Fall Festival office.


they already have one, it will
be deposited into that account.
Each student will receive a T-
shirt.
Canova said the program is


'really valuable and helps
teenagers better understand
how hard their parents work to
make a living and one day how
hard the students will have to


work, too.
At least 10 students are
needed to hold Operation
Money Watch. Applications
must be received or


postmarked by tomorrow,
Friday, May 26.
If anyone has a problem
meeting the $30 registration
fee or forsees a problem


meeting -the Friday deadline,
they are', urged to contact
Canova at the Andrews Center
at (904) 964-5382 or by e-mail
at cheryl.canova@sfcc.edu.







Page 2B TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION May 25, 2006


Criminal justice program helps students plan careers


BY MARCIA MILLER
Telegraph Staff Writer
What do you want to do
when you graduate? Ten
Bradford High School students
will now find that question a
lot easier to answer after
completing an internship in the
criminal justice program at the
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech.
"It really made me think
" about the different career paths
;, I could take," said Malinda
Pellechio. "After going to
court. I know now that I don't
want to be a lawyer."
She said she still plans for a
career in criminal justice,
however, and her internship at
the office of the Bradford
County Clerk of the Courts
helped her choose a direction
for future training.
"It was very rewarding.
Everything was very hands-on
and I was very busy," she said.
"It changed my life and I will
never forget what I learned. I
learned a lot."
The 10 students spent a
couple of hours a day for a full
school year interning in
various law enforcement and
public safety offices in
Bradford County.
"We try hard to prepare our
students to step out into the
world," said instructor Mike
Reddish. "An internship is a
good way for a student to see
what a career is really going to
be like. It's a good way to
make a decision."


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(Back row, I-r) Kevin Randolph, Chasiti Lawson, Crystal Cole, instructor Mike Reddish, Malinda Pellechio, Jenni
McMahan, Erica Anderson, (front row, I-r) Brittany Prescott, Brittany Swain, Crystal Lewallen and Courtney
Sheffield successfully completed the criminal justice program.


Erica Anderson interned at
the Bradford County Jail. "I
learned a lot and had a lot of
fun doing it," she said. "I even
volunteered to help out over
the summer."
Brittany Swain interned with
the Starke Police Department.
"I went along on calls and
learned to run the radar to
clock speeders. That was a lot


of fun," she said. "I'd like to
thank the officers who were
like big brothers for me.
Everyone just made this
memorable."
SPD Chief Gordon Smith.
said the program is excellent.
"It's really unique," he said.
"We had three of the interns.
They did ride-alongs
(accompanying officers on


calls for assistance) and got to
be involved in a lot of aspects
of law enforcement."
Bradford County Sheriff
Bob Milner said the sheriff's
office interns also saw several.
sides of law enforcement.
S"They got to work in
dispatch, which is an integral
part of law enforcement," he
said. "They did ride-alongs


Libraries aim to satisfy summer hunger


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer


Are your children hungry for
all types of fun? Well the
public libraries in Bradford
County, Union. County,
Keystone Heights and Melrose
have just the nourishment they
need with the "Book Feast"
Florida Library Youth
Program this summer.
Puppet shows, magic shows
and other programs will be
made available to area youth
free of charge beginning next
month. In keeping with the
"Book Feast" theme, Union
Couay.. .j.4_o ngPil QgramNs
with such titles such as "Critter
Ste". and '-'Snake ,Soup."'
while Melrose has "Safari
Supper," "Art Feast" and
"Dream Cafe."
An "Oriental Buffet" is one
of Bradford 'County's items
that promises to deliver "three
delicious entrees." Those
entrees are "Paper Flower," a
Chinese story, "Rabbit and
Alligator," a Japanese story
told with shadow puppets, and
"Roly-Poly Rice Balls," a
Japanese story utilizing.masks
in an Origami garden.
The programs should give
children a full plate this,
summer, keeping them from
being bored. However, the
programs are also a way to
encourage children to read. As
the Florida Library Youth
Program Web site states, the
goal of the program is to "to
encourage children in Florida
to become lifelong readers and
library users.
Mary Brown, director of the
Union County Public Library,
has witnessed just that. She
started out her career in Union
County working with the
library's youth program:. The
children, she saw then are now
high school students.
"They're still coming into
the library, so we figure we
must be doing something
right," Brown said.
To help promote reading, the
Union County Public Library,
for example, offers children
the opportunity to earn
"Library Bucks," whichh can in
turn be spent at the "Trading
Post" that will be set up at the
library.
In Bradford Couqty,
.children can keep reading logs.
If they read five days a week,
they will have their names
entered into a prize drawing
that will be held at the
conclusion 'of the' y6uth
program
Ethel White, .Bradford's
children's librarian, said
influencing children to become'
readers' is why she works at the
library~
"I think that's why I do what
I do," White said. "To me, if a
child can read, it will open up
'so man\ possibilities for him
or her later in life."

Bradford offers three
feasts per week
Bradford County's program
Sis a little bit different this year.
It used to offer programs on
Tuesday and Thursdays, but
will now do so on Wednesdays
S as. well as those two days


(there will be no program on the Farm with Linda' Tatum; ar
Tuesday, July 4). June 27, Tamra Diikins; July (e
Programs designed for pre-K 11, Megan Chatham; July 18, 8,
students will be offered on Cooking with Hea.ther Ft
Tuesday, with programs Jennings. thi
geared toward children. in The K-5 program schedule :0]
grades K-5 offered on begins Wednesday, June 7, Ju
Wednesday and Thursdays. with Olivia Scott's "On Safari" (sl
Tuesday and Wednesday program at the library. The Jo
programs will be held at the remainder of the Wednesday Ju
library, while the Thursday schedule, which takes place at (p
programs, with the exception the library, is as follows: June te,
of the July 13 and July 20 14, fairy tales with Virginia Ju
programs, will be held at the Johns; June 21, K-ID Print lib
Santa Fe Community College with the Starke Police
Cultural Building theater. Department (parents/guardians cc
All programs start at 10 a.m. are presetned with a two-sided
with the exception of the photo and fingerprint ID card
Cliffbr-d'tlie-B.-ig--ed"-D&dg's!-of I their children;- ch lsd '" '
visit to pre-K children on information is stored. in dgta,,
Tuesday, Jutfe'6. That program base to be utilized by other law
will start at 2 p.in. enforcement agencies, in case
Children are encouraged to child goes missing); Jtune 28,
show up for the SFCC Cultural 'Gardening with Todd Foster,
Building programs at 9:45 a.m. July 5, Gold Head Branch
to ensure they get a good seat. State Park's Fred Johnson and
Bradford's pre-K schedule is wildlife; July 12, Mary Powell
as follows: June 6, Clifford the and clowns Starkie and
Big Red Dog/WUFT-TV; June Sparkie; July 19, Home on the
13, Bear Hunt with Heather Range with Rick Ezzell.
Jennings; June 20, Down on Thursday's programs, which




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xcept where noted), are: June
Mr. Funn-Knee's Book
east magic show (SFCC
eater); June 15, Frank Lakus'
oriental Buffet (storytelling);
ne 22, Ronald McDonald
stories and magic); June 29,
dini's Magical Book Feast;
ly 6, Windell Campbell
uppets); July 13, SFCC
aching zoo (at the library);
ly 20, Fair Party (at the
brary).
The fair party, which
includes the summer
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and they went to court. They
got a little taste of a variety of
careers."
Students also interned in the
State Attorney's Office and the
Starke Fire Department.
Internships have been
available at Bradford County
Emergency Medical Services'
in the past. The internships are.
;chosen for students based on.
their interests.
STriecriminal justice program
at :the: Vo-Tech is part of a
vocational training program
that can also give the student
college credit at Santa Fe


Community College. That
credit can be used toward
completing criminal justice
certification in law
enforcement, corrections or
other public service careers.
Since the Vo-Tech program
is free for high school students,
it gives them a head start on
their college courses and helps
cut the overall cost of tuition.
The program is also a Bright
Futures Gold Seal Vocational
Program, which means it can
help a student qualify for a
grant that will pay up to 75
percent of his or her college -
tuition.
-There are four criminal
3 justice courses currently
offered at the Vo-Tech and one
additional one, criminal
investigation, will be added
next year. The courses include
classroom work, guest
speakers, role playing,
internships and field trips.
Vo-Tech Director Clarence
DeSue said the internship
element makes the program
'-very successful.
"The internships make this
course of study a reality for the
students," said DeSue. "It
helps give them a better idea
abbut what career they want to
choose.
"We plan to take the
program to the next level in
coming years," said DeSue.
"There is room for
improvement in any program. I
.would even like to see career
programs expanded into the
middle schools."
For more information on the
criminal justice training
program at the Vo-Tech, call
(904) 966-6764.


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May 25, 2006 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR--B-SECTION Page 3B


OBITUARIES


Ervin Andrews
Ervin Andrews

STARKE Lucian Ervin
Andrews, 72. of Starke died
Monday, May 22, 2006, of
natural causes while vacationing
at the Mosquito Lagoon in Oak
Hill.
Born in New River, on June
27, 1933, Mr. Andrews lived
most of his life in Starke. He was
the son of the late Reddish R.
Andrews and Cleo Thomas
Andrews. He was a retired
businessman and pharmacists
who owned and operated Andrews
Drugs in Northeast Florida. He
was a member of both New River
Baptist and Madison Street
Baptist churches. He was a pilot
in the United States Air Force. He
was a member of the Bradford
County Development Authority
and the Rotary Club.
Mr. Andrews is survived by:
his-wife of 50 years, Margie Faye
Paulk Andrews; three sons, Larry
David "L.D." Andrews and Randal
W. Andrews, both of Starke, and
Michael Dale Andrews of
Wellborn; two sisters, Maxine
Kelley of Jacksonville, aqd
Gayle Hurst of Melrose; a


brother, John Harrell Andrews of Esther Francis
St. Augustine; five grandchildren EsIIh I lF c is
and one great-grandchild. MELROSE Esther Shaw Hoard
Funeral services for Mr. Francis, 103, of Melrose died
Andrews will be held Friday, May Tuesday, May 9, 2006, at
26, 2006, at 11 a.m., at Madison WinTsdaysor Maynor N ursing200 Home
Street Baptist Church in Starke Wnsor anor nding es
with the Rev. Charles Warren following an extended illness.
officiating and the Rev. Jason Born on Aug. 2, 1903, in
officiating and the Rev. Jason Drummond Centre, Ontario,
Reid assisting. Burial will follow Canumn C tNeYrk
in New River Baptist Church ada, and lived in New York
Cemetery under thecare of Archie before moving to St. Cloud in
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke. 1965.
Visitation will be Thursday Mrs. Francis is survived by: a
May 25, 2006, 6:30 p.m. until daughter, Mary Greene- of
8:30 p.m., at Madison Street Melrose; a son, C. Gerard Hoard
Baptist Church. of Brownville, N.Y.; many
Memorial contributions may grandchildren and great-
be made to New River Baptist grandchildren
Church BuildingFund. A memorial mass will be
Church Building Fund. offered at St. William's Church
S, in Keystone Heights on
att A Ustin Sara. Aug. 5,. 2006, at 5.
S.. ...... ...............pm. by- Father Mike Williams.
@lbAH;Y4bIft4wL Mattier4Bewlt- ."Bifi"w-b-ln -luly in Antwerp.
Austin, 78, of Clay Hill died N.Y. St. James Church in
Friday, May 19, 2006, at Gouverneur, N.Y., is in charge of
Hospice Center of Jacksonville arrangements.
following an extended illness.
A lifelong resident of Clay
Hill, Mrs. Austin was a member A rchie Green
of Clay Hill Baptist Church. Y TN HIHTS A lch
Mrs. Austin is survived by: her .. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Lloyd
husband, Farley Austin; two "Archie" Green of Key.stone
sons, Farley E. Austin and Heights died Tuesday, May 23,
slons,, FarleyE. 'Autin alnd 2006, at his residence.
Marion Austin, both of Clay Arrangements were incomplete
Arrangements were incomplete
Hill; a sister, Shirley Padgett of at press time but will be under the
Clay Hill; four grandchildren and care of Jones Funeral Home of,
seven great-grandchildren. Starke.
Funeral .services for Mrs.
Austin were May 22, 2006, in
Clay Hill Baptist Church with Una Harding
the Rev. Rick Crews officiating STARKE Una Mae Harding
and thle Rev. Bill Clayton 69, of Starke died Tuesday, May
assisting. Burial followed in 69 fS0trSead s e aTsdaaay
Long Branch Cemetery under the 9, 2006, at Shands 'at Alachua
care of Archie Tanner Funeral General Hospital following an
Home of Starke. extended illness.


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William Chase
LAKE BUTLER William
Henry Chase, 55. of Lake Butler
died Saturday. May 20, 2046, at
the Lake City V.A. Hospital.
Born in Albany, N.Y., Mr.
Chase had lived in Lake Butler
for 42 .years. He was an
automobile mechanic.
Mr. Chase is survived by: his
father, Robert McGuinn of Lake
Butler; his mother, Rose
McGuinn of Lake Butler; two
sons, Brandon A. Chase and
William H. Chase III, both of
Hilliard: a daughter, Lorenda R.
Chase of Hilliard; five brothers,
Arthur Chase, Robert L.
McGuinn Jr. and Thomas
McGuinn, all of Lake Butler,
John Chase of Newberry, and
Shawn McGuinn of Lakeland;
two sisters, Rosemary Chase
Martin of Lake Butler and Debbie
Wojciechowshi of Nevada.

Frank Cogburn
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Frank
Junior Cogburn, 71, of Keystone
Heights died Monday, May 22,
2006, at his residence following
a brief illness.
Born in Greenville, Tenn., on
Aug. 18, 1934, Mr. Cogburn
moved to Keystone Heights in
1993 from Tennessee. He
attended the Keystone
Community Church.
Mr. Cogburn is survived by:
Patricia Melanson, Marsha
Keeth, Jay Melanson and Sandy
and Tom Delano. He was preceded
in death by his parents, Thurman
and Lillie Mae Parton Cogburn.
Funeral services for Mr.
Cogburn will be held at a later
date. Interment will be in Cedar
Creek Cemetery in Greenville.
Local arrangements are under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.


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Born in Escanaba, Mich., Mrs.
Harding was employed with
General Motors in Flint, Mich.,
before moving- to Florida in
1993. She also was a hair stylist
and operated a beauty salon. She
was a member of the First
Christian Church of Starke.
Mrs. Harding is survived by:
her husband, Thomas H. Harding
of Starke; a daughter, Pam Kish;
three sons, Jim Kish, Mark Kish
and Kenneth Kish; and two
stepdaughters, Anita Morgan and
Stephanie Fields. She was
preceded in,death by a stepson,
John Harding.
Memorial services for Mrs.
Harding will be held at 2 p.m. on
Sunday, May 28, 2006, at the
First Christian Church of Starke
with the Rev. Bill Nichols
officiating. Archie Tanner
Funeral Home of Starke is in
charge of arrangements.

John Harvin
STATESBORO. GA. John W.
Harvi, u un km v .- ay,
May 10. 2006.
Mr. Harvin is survived by: his
wife, Betty L. Harvin; three
sons. Jay Scott, Patrick Bruce
and Terrance Edward; three
daughters, Nancy Harvin, Judy
Riley and Lori Hodges: 16
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
As was his request, Mr. Harvin
was cremated and his family,
individually and privately, honor
his memory.

Mary Phillips
STARKE Mary L. Phillips,
65, of Starke died Friday, May
19, 2006, at Shands Starke.
A lifelong resident of Starke,
Mrs. Phillips was a member of
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist
Church in Waldo and was a retired
cook..
Mrs. Phillips is survived by:
her husband, Claude. Phillips of
Starke; two daughters, Jacquelyn
Green of Starke, and Wanda
Hudson of Gainesville; two
sisters, Mary Ann Ranson..and
Rochelle Chandler, both of New
Jersey, N.Y.; 21 grandchildren,
and 21 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Phillips will be held at I'p.m. on
Saturday. May 27, 2006, at
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist
Church in Waldo, with the Rev.
James Ramsey, officiating.
Burial will follow in Waldo
Cemetery under the care of
Smith's Funeral Home of
Hawthorne.
Viewing for Mrs. Phillips will
be Friday. May 26, 2006, at
Philadelphia Missionary Baptist
Church. from 5-7 p.m., and
Saturday, one hour. prior to the
service. The cortege will
assemble at Mrs. Phillips' home,
909 Florida St., in Starke, at
noon on Saturday.

Gayle Tawwater
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Gayle
Raven Ray Tawwater, 71, of
Keystone Heights died
Wednesday, May 17, 2006, at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center in Gainesville following
an extended illness.
Born in Pikeville, Ky., on
Sept. 3, 1934, Mrs. Tawwater
was a homemaker. She was of the
Baptist faith'.
Mrs. Tawwatber is survived by:
four daughters, Glenda Tawwater
of Ohio, Lana Tawwater of
Michigan, Kay Tawwater of


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Texas and Reedi Tawwater of
Florida: two sisters. Rose
Coleman of Pikeville, and Kay
Austin of Jasper, Ga.: two
brothers, Ernest Ray of Pikeville
and Reed Ray of Maryland: and
three grandchildren. She was
preceded in death by her husband,
Raymond Tawwater.
Funeral services for Mrs.
Tawwater were May 22. 2006, in
Lucas and Son Funeral Home in
Pikeville with ministers of the
Primitive Baptist faith
conducting the services.
Interment followed in Annie E.
Young Cemetery in Pikeville.
Local arrangements were under
the care of Jones Funeral Home
of Keystone Heights.

Jessie Sullivan
BROOKER Jessie Willard
Sullivan, 65, of Brooker died
Wednesday, May 17, 2006, at
his residence following a brief
illness.
Born in Gainesville, on Dec.
1, 1940, Mr. Sullivan moved to
Brooker two years ago from
Alachua County. He was a retired
truck driver and was of the
Baptist faith.
Mr. Sullivan is survived by:
three daughters, Robin Guthrie,
Debbie Carey and Jessie Ruth
Frost, all of Waldo; a son, Danny
Sullivan of Starke; a sister, Ann
Rowal of Tallahassee; eight
grandchildren and six great-
grandchildren.
Funeral services for Mr.
Sullivan will be held at II a.m.,
on Saturday, May 27, 2006, in
Orange Heights Baptist Church
with Doctor Lonnie Broome
conducting the services.
Interment will be in Fairbanks
Cemetery at a later date under the
care of Jones Funeral Home of
Starke.


Obituaries policy
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.page are considered
news and -are published
"free of charge by the
Bradford County
Telegraph. Obituaries are
submitted by funeral
homes and may be
edited for style, space -
and policy. A 1-col.
photo may be included
with obituary for $12.
Memorials and cards of
thanks and/or tributes are
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i. LETTERS TO BC bands hold award

EditoriaI/Opinion THEEDITOR ceremony, cookout


Memorial Day in the United States had
its inception in the terrible, bloody Civil
War, in which more than 780,000 men
gave their lives for a cause they thought
was right. In retrospect, and with the
passage of 150 years, we now understand
that keeping the Union intact wasn't only
the best of options, it was the only option
if this nation was to reach its potential as
a world leader.
Participants in the Civir War were
drawn from an area east of the
Mississippi River, leaving Westerners
largely as onlookers and not actively
involved. The high rate of causalities in
the limited population of the nation at
that time was a stunning loss, affecting
almost every home, North and South.
Although Union forces overcame the
Confederate forces, the cost in men was
much higher for the North, which lost
_.-646,5-1-2-men-to-the-South's 133,821.
With such a. high loss of life in
Northern families, it is understandable
that Memorial Day would have its
genesis in that area of the nation.
Waterloo, N.Y., has been named as the
birthplace of the holiday since it had
made the day an annual citywide event in
1866, during which time businesses were
closed and residents decorated the graves
of soldiers with flowers and flags.
It is now a national holiday celebrated
on the last Monday in May each year,
---provdiTng-a--to-g--wee-oked for many
Americans.
It is' a sad commentary on life that the
United States has been involved in 11
major conflicts since the Revolutionary
War in which, the. nation gained its
independence from Great Britain..
The War of 1812 (1812-1815)
Mexican War (1846-1848)
Civil War (1861-1865)
Spanish-American War (1898)


World War 1 (1914-1918)
World War II (1939-1945)
Korean War (1950-1953)
Vietnam War (1954-1975)
Persian Gulf War (1990-1991)
War on Terrorism (2001- )
Iraq War (2003- )
Up through WW II, Americans were
generally agreed on the nation's
involvement in conflict, but in military
actions since 1945, the nation has
embarked on engagements with the
limited support of its people.
Americans never fully understood
America's intervention in the Korean
struggle, more especially in the
administration's "no-win" strategy. The
long war in Vietnam had even less
support by the population, a feeling that
has carried over into the present conflict.
However, the nation supports its
military personnel even as it dislikes
policies that lead to war.
Next Monday, May 29, Starke will
celebrate Memorial Day with a program
at the Veterans Memorial. Park on East
Call Street named for former City
Commissioner Charles Schaefer, whose
efforts to establish a memorial were
successful.
With a little imagination, one, can'
visualize Schaefer moving throughout
the crowd, shaking hands and speaking to
everyone. He was an effective proponent
of causes in which he had an interest.
Most of us appreciate having a Monday
holiday, but if attendance in former years
is a barometer of the future, less than a
hundred people will attend the program
to honor and remember those who gave
their lives in service to our country.
We can do better.
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urge you to
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Dear Editor:
May 22, started the second
week of the summer "Click It
Or Ticket" campaign. This
department has implemented a
zero tolerance policy for safety
restraint violations.
During the "Buckle Up In
Your Truck" and the first week
of the .'Click It Or Ticket"
campaigns, more than 50
citations were issued for safety
restraint violations.
We are asking for your help
in passing the word about the
importance of using seat belts
and child safety restraint
devices. The best way to do
this is by advertising.
We have placed numerous


Thursday, May 25, 2006 Page 4B




Memorial Day calls for

observance


will be promptly correc
Flag Fund donations
'be. made to any men
:Post 56 or they can be
to American Legion
P.O. Box 1215, Sta
32091-1215. Please
Flag Fund-2006, w
donation you wish t
this purpose.
Fran
Post Con


bumper stickers,, post
window clings in the
Lawtey City Hall for
place on your vehicle
in your place of busine
The more people
words "buckle up" or
.Or Ticket," the mor
people are inclined
their seat belts.
By buckling up, you
#your chances of surv
crash, but you, may a
anywhere from '$7'
$118.50 if stopped
enforcement.

Please stop by and
your bumper sticker to
take the two seconds it
put your seat belt on
are caught not weari
seat belt in Lawtey,
-receive a citation.
-Major Nathan
Lawtey Police De[


Legion Post
56 thanks its

supporters
Dear Editor:
The members of American
Legion Post 56 in Starke take
this opportunity to thank the
many concerned citizens of
Bradford County and the
surrounding area for continued
support to veterans of the
United States Armed Forces,
especially the generous
contributions by individuals
and business persons to the
annual Flag Fund Drive.
This annual tradition of
placing a "Memorial Flag" on
each marked veterans' grave in
30 cemeteries of Bradford
County and the one at
Kingsley Lake, in conjunction
with annual Memorial Day
activities, will be completed on
Saturday, May 27, when the
members of local Boy Scout
Troop 70 place the last flags in
Crosby Lake Cemetery.
There are now nearly 1,400
known veterans buried in our
county. Donations made by
veterans, concerned citizens
and businesses from this area,
make this labor of love and
respect possible in ,Bradford
County.
Thank you for your
continued support of our
veterans throughout this area
and our great nation. We
veterans are sincerely grateful
for the support and patriotism
of our fellow citizens.
If we have accidentally
missed placing a flag on any
grave, marked as that of .a
veteran, please give me a call
at (904) 964-2905 and the error


LEGALS


cted. NOTICE OF PUBLIC
can still HEARINGS
CONCERNING
mber of AMENDMENTS TO THE
e mailed BRADFORD COUNTY
Post 56, COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
rke, FL BY THE PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF BRADFORD COUNTY,
indicate FLORIDA, SERVING ALSO AS'THE
ith any LOCAL PLANNING AGENCY OF
o goto BRADFORD COUNTY, FLORIDA,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
pursuant to Sections 163.3161
k Knight through 163.3215, Florida Statutes, as
nmander amended, and the Bradford County
Land Development Regulations, as
amended, hereinafter referred to as
the Land Development Regulations,
objections, recommendations, and-.
comments conceming amendments,
as described below, will be heard by
the Planning and Zoning Board of
SBradford County, Florida, serving
also as the Local Planning Agency of
Bradford County, Florida, at public
hearings on June 5, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.,
ters and or as soon thereafter as the matters
lobby of can be heard, in the County
r, you to Commission Meeting Room, County
Courthouse located at 945 North
or hang Temple Avenue, Starke, Florida.
:ss. (1) S 060331 A, an application, by
see the Raymond Heath and Sharon Diane
"Click It Brown, to amend the Future Land
re more Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive
re more Plan by changing the future land use
to wear classification from INDUSTRIAL to
AGRICULTURAL-2 (less than or
increase equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
S on property described, as follows:
giving a A parcel of land lying within Section
lso save 35, Township 5 South, .Range 22
4.50 to East, Bradford County, Florida. Being
by law more particularly described, as
follows: All of that part of the South
1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4 of said Section 35, said
pick up lands being 330.00 feet North and
day and South by 1,320.00 feet East and West,
>day and ,lying West of S.A.L. railroad right-of-
t takes to way.
. If you Containing 8.00 acres, more or less.
ng your (2) S 060417 A, an application, by
Hinton L Jackson and Clifford Marie
you will Jackson, to amend the Future Land
Use Plan Map of the Comprehensive
R. Blom Plan by changing the future land use
artment classification from
artmen AGRICULTURAL-2 (less than or
equal to 1 dwelling unit per 5 acres)
to COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
9, Township 7 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County, Florida. Being more
particularly described, as follows:
Commence the Southeast corner of
the Northeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of
'said Section 9; thence South
8731 '13" West, along the Southerly
boundary of the Northeast 1/4 of the
distance of 8.86 feet to the Westerly
right-of-way of Southeast 21st
Avenue (Forsyth Road), being on a
curve concave to the East and having
a radius of 1,992.13 feet; thence
Northwesterly along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Southeast
21st Avenue (Forsyth Road), along
the arc of said curve, 368.43 feet as
measured along a chord having a
bearing of North 06047'02" West, to
the end of said curve; thence North
01028'36" West, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of said Southeast
21st Avenue (Forsyth Road), 210.00
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
South 8831'24" West 300.00 feet;
thence North 01028'36" West, parallel
es. t with the Westerly right-of-way line of
said Southeast 21st Avenue (Forsyth
Road), 75.00 feet; thence North
88031'24 East 300.00 feet to the
Westerly right-of-way line of said
Southeast 21st Avenue (Forsyth
I Road); thence South 01 28'36" East,
along the Westerly right-of-way line
of said Southeast 21st Avenue
(Forsyth Road), 75.00 feet to the
Point of Beginning.
Containing 0.52 acre, more or less:
(3) S 060503 A, an application, by
S Patricia Shackleford, as agent for
Midway Learning Center, Inc., to
amend the Future Land Use Plan
Map of the Comprehensive Plan by
lki changing the future land use
classification from RESIDENTIAL
ESTATE (less than or equal to 1
dwelling unit per acre) to
COMMERCIAL on property
described, as follows:
Lot 11 of an unrecorded map of
Seminole Ridge Unit No. 6. Being


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
To recognize the hard work
and effort of the band students,
the Bradford Middle and High
School bands recently held a
joint awards ceremony in
conjunction with the end-of-
the-year cookout.
BMS band director Mike
Reynolds awarded students a
plaque for being the most
improved:
Sixth grade: Ian
Waters.
Seventh grade: Rachel
Baier.
Eighth grade: Karla
Kennedy.
The most outstanding
musician plaques for BMS
were:
Sixth grade: Johnathan
Johns.
Seventh grade: Patricia
Carney.
K Eighth grade: Stephen
Kushmaul.
Reynolds gave also gave a
plaque to Cherie Perkins, who
was the recipient of the
Director's Award.
For the BHS band, awards
were given by director Michael
Johnson to the following
students:
Drum major: Josh


more particularly described as
follows:
A parcel of land lying within Section
7, Township 9 South, Range 23 East,
Clay County, Florida and Section 12,
Township 9 South, Range 22 East,
Bradford County Florida. Said
parcel being Lot 11 of an unrecorded
map of Seminole Ridge Unit No. 6,
as surveyed by Joseph G. Knapp,
Surveyor, dated January 29, 1974.
Being more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southwest
comer of said Section 7; thence North ,
06022'43" East, along the West line of
said Section 7, a distance of 2,485.45
feet to the Northerly right-of-way line
of Grove Road; thence North
89055'00 East, along the Northerly
right-of-way line of said Grove Road
498.77 feet to the Westerly right-of-
way line of State Road 21; thence
North.11002'57" West, along the
Westerly right-of-way line of said
State Road 21, a distan.qe of 1,224,34;
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
North 11002'57" West along the
Westerly right-of-way line of said
State Road 21, a distance of 124.34
feet; thence North 8909'412" West
185.00 feet; thence South W0050'29"
West 115.00 feet; thence South
87Y20'40" East 210.73 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
Said lands containing .51 acre, more
or less.
LESS AND EXCEPT
That portion of the above described
property lying in Section 7, Township
9 South, Range 23 East, Clay County,
Florida.
Said lands containing .34 acre, more
or less.
All lands containing .17 acre, more or
less.
AND
A parcel of land lying within Section
12, Township 9 South,.Range 22
East, Bradford County, Florida and
Section 7, Township 9 South, Range
23 East, Clay County, Florida. Being
more particularly described, as
follows: Commence at the Southeast .
corner of said Section 12-, thence
North 06022'43" East, along the East
line of said Section 12, a distance of
882.65 feet to the Northerly right-of-
way line of Lakeview Drive; thence
North 89055'00" East, along the
Northerly right-of-way line of said
Lakeview Drive 987.86 feet to the
Westerly right-of-way line of State
Road 21; thence North 11002'57"
West, along the Westerly right-of-
way line of State Road 21, a distance '
of 2,970.92 feet to the Point of
Beginning; thence continue North. :
1102'57" West, along the Westerly
right-of-way line of State Road 21, a
distance of 196.90 feet; thence South
78047'17" West 242.24 feet; thence
South 00'50'29" West 142.09 feet;
thence South 89009'31" East 277.47
feet to the Point of Beginning.
Said lands containing .94 acre, more
or less. -
LESS AND EXCEPT
That portion of the above described -
property lying in Section 7, Township.
9 South, Range 23 East, Clay County,
Florida.
Said lands containing .26 acre, more
or less.
All said lands containing .68 acre,
more or less.
Totalal all said lands containing .85
acre, more or less.
The public hearings may be
continued to one or more future date.
Any interested party shall be advised
that the date, time and place of any
continuation of the public hearings
shall be announced during the public
hearings and that no further notice
concerning the matters will be
published, unless said continuation
exceeds six calendar weeks from the
date of the above referenced public
hearings.
At the aforementioned public
hearings, all interested parties may
appear to be heard with respect to the
amendments.
Copies of the amendments are
available for public inspection at-the
Office of the Director of Zoning,
Planning and' Building located at 945
North Temple Avenue, Courthouse
North Wing, Starke, Florida, during
regular business hours.
All persons are advised that if they
decide to appeal any decision made.
at the above referenced public
hearings, they will need a record of
the proceedings, and that, for such
purpose, they may need to ensure
that a verbatim record of the
proceedings is made, which record
includes the testimony and evidence
upoh which the appeal is to be based.

5/25 ltchg.


Prevatt.
Director's Award:
Lindsey Solze, who was the
band captain, as well.
Flag captain: Maegan
Johnson.
Pit section leader: Reid
Dickey.
Patrick Gilmore Award:
Veronica Harris and Corby
Bennett.
Sousa Award: Laura
Askew.
Johnson recognized all of
the graduating seniors who
were in the band: Askew,
Danielle Miller, Lindley
Sexton, Kassie Morgan,
Lauren Blankenship, Megan
Reynolds and Sandra Sakers.
The band directors, students
and parents enjoyed the day
with swimming, games and a
cookout at Camp Blanding.
While the students were
rewarded for their hard work,
Reynolds and Johnson said
they earned their reward by
beating the parents and
students in a game of
volleyball.
More information on the
BMS and BHS bands can be
obtained from their Web site at
www.redstormbands.org.


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I


CRIME


Terry N. Davis


Man faces
charges from
trailer thefts
If you are missing a utility
trailer, perhaps it was stolen
by Terry N. Davis.
Davis, 43, was arrested April
19 in Brunswick, Ga. on grand
theft charges, according to
Bradford Investigator Mike
McKenzie. Davis is a suspect
in several cases of utility
trailers being stolen and sold
since December in Bradford
County.
Upon his arrest it was
confirmed that he had stolen
multiple trailers in both north
Florida and southern Georgia -
as many as. 100 to 125,
including 12 from Bradford and
surrounding counties.
The investigation revealed
that Davis would steal the
trailers during the day while
the victims were not home and
sell them within a short
distance from the scene, within
5 to 20 miles, to small
business owners. Davis then
admitted to going on a crack
binge with the money. When
he needed more money he
again stole trailers that
included small utility type, car
haulers and enclosed trailers,
between 8 and 16 feet in
length, Investigator McKenzie
said. Some of the trailers have
been recovered.
Davis, originally from Lake
County, was stopped in
Brunswick when the trailer he
had in his possession displayed
a trailer tag stolen from
Bradford, Investigator
McKenzie said'.
Davis has been very
cooperatee. btl cannot
remember all of the r places
where he stole trailers,
Investigator McKenzie said.
If you purchased a trailer
from Davis since December or
question a purchase you have
made from anyone else, please
contact the Bradford County
Sheriff's Office, Criminal
Investigation Division at'
(904)966-6307.

Union men
charged in
attack
A 19-year-old Lake Butler
man was arrested May 20 on
charges of aggravated battery,
a reckless driving and robbery
carjacking with a firearm or
weapon.
William Hampton Hope is
charged with striking the
victim in the head with a
liquor bottle, according to
Deputy Kevin Dice. The
victim stated he got out of his
vehicle to get a drink from the
%ending .machines at Spires
IGA when he was attacked. He,
stated several males ph) sicall\
hit him. causing cuts and
bruises, Deputy Johns said.'
The attackers then stole the


victim's truck. Deputy Dice
said. Travelling at a high rate
of speed, the stolen truck ran a
minivan onto a slab of
concrete, causing damage to
the transmission and making
the airbags deploy. A
passenger in the minivan was
taken to Shands University.
The stolen truck was later
found, apparently out of gas,
Deputy Dice said.
Charges have been filed
against Hope, Prentis L.
Jefferson, 26, and Justin
Shumund Johnson, 21, for
aggravated battery and
carjacking.
Damages from the incident
and theft .'have not been
determined, Deputy Dice said.

Two arrested
following
grad party
Two arrests were made
following a disturbance in the
parking lot of the Armory after
the graduation party.
At 1:48 a.m. police were
called to a fight in progress.
When the officers arrived they
were told someone was
pointing a gun at the crowd of
people in the parking lot,
Patrolman Shawn Swain said.
A vehicle sped away from the
officers, travelling westbound
on Edwards Road. The vehicle
was identified as where the
suspect with the gun was
located. The officer pursued the
vehicle onto Orange Street
before it stopped, Patrolman
Swain said. The driver,
Reginald Terrell, was placed
under arrest and the passenger,
a juvenile, was ,also detained.
During a search of the vehicle
the officer found a bag of
marijuana in the door but no
weapon.
Terrell, 18, of Gainesville
was arrested for felony fleeing,
attempting to elude. A $5,000
surety was posted for his
release from custody.
The juvenile was released to
his mother.
At 2 a.m. police were.called
to the Citgo gas station on
U.S. 301 where two males
were behind the store, counter
and refused to leave, according
to Patrolman Shawn Brown.
An angry mob of people were
outside the. store, stating-the
'-v..0 .'.ere the ,..nes *hoc.
threatened several people ~ ith
a firearm at the Armory earlier.
Randall Lee Cason, 19, of
Gainesville was on the floor,
complaining of breathing
problems and was transported
by rescue personnel, according
to Sgt. Don Spriggle.
Jonathan Watts, who was
identified as the one with a
gun,' was arrested for
aggravated assault, Patrolman
Brown said. Watts, 20, of
Gainesville later proved to be a
juvenile and was released to
Juvenile Detention.
A .380 caliber automatic
with five bullets was located:in
the area. It was sent to the lab
for prints since it was not
recovered on a suspect, Sgt.
Spriggle said.


Couple
charged with
prescription
fraud
A Bradford couple was
charged last week with
receiving prescription
medication by forgery.
Kathi Lynn Bracewell, 41,
was charged by sworn
complaint with five counts
forgery and three counts
uttering a forged instrument
and five counts obtaining
prescription by fraud, according
to Investigator Bill Brown.
Bracewell is charged with
stealing at least five blank
prescription forms while
working as an LPN at the
Penney Farms Retirement
Center. She then forged the
forms to receive Loratab (a
pain killer) from the pharmacy,
according to Sgt. Brown. On
three occasions between March
29 and May 16, Bracewell
presented the prescriptions to a
local pharmacy, Sgt. Brown
said.
Co-defendant Ellis Rehberg,
40, was arrested May 16 by
Sgt. Brown for uttering a
forged instrument, and
obtaining prescription by
forgery. Rehberg is charged
with presenting two
prescriptions at local
pharmacies and receiving the
medication, Sgt. Brown said.
Rehberg was released from
custody after a $25,000 surety
bond was posted.

Driver DUI
in crash
A 28-year-old Bradford man
was charged with driving under
the influence after 'his vehicle
crashed Sunday afternoon on
Northwest 251 st Street.. .in
Baker County.
Larry David Fishburn Jr. was
identified as the driver of a
1991 Buick that left the
roadway and collided with a
utility pole, according to
Florida Highway Patrol
Trooper Jeremy J. Peck.
Fishburn was sitting on the
ground when the trooper
arrived at the scene. He smelled
strongly of an alcoholic
beverage and his eyes were
bloodshot and watery, Trooper
-Peck- said. He passed out
during the investigation,
Trooper Peck said.
Fishburn was placed under
arrest for DUI, driving while
license suspended or revoked
knowingly, careless driving,
no tag and open container. His
blood-alcohol level was .22
percent. Damages to the
vehicle were $200.

Two charged
in Union for
light hunting
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submitted by the Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation
Commission was the
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May II at 10:30 p.m. when he
observed a vehicle displaying a
light into the woods. Gill
approached the vehicle and
conducted a" stop. Two Baker
County men stated they were
hunting fox and Gill could hear
dogs in the distance. Inside the
vehicle were two loaded
firearms.
Both subjects were charged
with possession of gun and
light while hunting fox.
TV stolen
from Starke
Badcock
The Badcock Home Center in
downtown Starke was
burglarized early Tuesday, May
23, by an unknown
assailantss.
A passerby noticed the busted
window between 3 and 4 a.m.,
according to Investigator Kevin
Mueller. An object had been
thrown through the window
and a large screen TV bad been
stolen, Investigator Mueller
said.
There are no suspects in the
theft as of press time. The
value of the 50-inch TV was
undetermined.

Sunday cycle
crash fatal
An early-morning motorcycle
crash in the 7400. block of
C.R., 315C near Keystone
Heights was fatal for a 43-year-
old Middleburg man.
Richard Jackson Jr., driving a
Kawasaki Vulcan motorcycle,
apparently drove the cycle off
the roadway on a curve and lost
control in the soft sand on the
shoulder.
Rescue units transported
Jackson to a hospital in
Palatka where he died from his
:injuries. No other. vehicles
were involved in the crash.
The final report is pending
the return of toxicology
testing, Clay Lt. Joel Hodges
said.

Recent
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in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:

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18, of Keystone Heights was
arrested May 19 by Clay
Deputy Samuel J. Abrahamsen
for domestic battery. Schotka
is charged with grabbing and
shoving the victim into the
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disturbance on S.R. 100 during
a domestic dispute. Dispite
being told several times to go
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CRIME


Recent
arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
The following individuals
were arrested recently by local
law -enforcement officers in
Bradford. Clay (Keystone
Heights area) or Union
County:
Ethan Avery Fuquay, 30, of
Starke was arrested May 15 by
Bradford Deputy Aaron Black
for stalking. Fuquay is charged
with following the victim's car
and harassing her by contacting
her on the telephone, Deputy
Black said. When stopped,
Fuquay was also charged'
driving while license suspended
or revoked (DWLS). A $2,000
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.

Timothy James Crawford,
19, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 19 by Union Deputy Ken
Smith for battery and resisting
arrest without violence.
Crawford is charged with
hitting the victim and
knocking her to the ground.
While inside the patrol car,
Crawford dislodged the window
by hitting it, Deputy Smith
said. A 17-year-old juvenile
was also involved in the
incident.

Cecil Scott Mester, 24, and
William Ralph McKay, 21,
both of Starke, 'were arrested
May 19 by Starke Sgt. Richard
Crews for possession of
cannabis. They dropped a bag
of marijuana from their vehicle
when it was stopped on South
Walnut Street at 1:35 a.m.,
Sgt. Crews said. They were
released from custody after
$1,000 surety bonds were
posted.

Alvhord Lee, 55, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 18 by
Bradford Deputy R. Watkins
for possession of drug
paraphernalia (a metal tube to
smoke crack). A $ 1,000 surety
bond was posted for his release
from custody.

Cynthia. Brinson, 46, of
'Starke was arrested May 16 by
Starke Patrolman Shawn
BrC&v for retail.theft. Brinson
is charged itih leaving Winn
Dixie without paying for ,a'
bottle of wine, mints and other
merchandise, found in her bag.
A -$1,000 surety bond was'
posted for her release from
custody. .
Larry Steven Stout, 43, of
Jacksonville was arrested May.
17 by Starke Patrolman P.A.
King for possession of
marijuana. Stout was the driver'
of a vehicle stopped for failing
to dim high beams. The officer
found marijuana in a cigarette
package in the car. A partially
burnt marijuana cigarette was
found in Stout's pocket,
Patrolman King said. A
$1,000 surety bond was posted'
,for his release.

Lewis A. Weadon, 23, of
Starke was arrested May 19 b)
his probation officer %hen he
violated his probation for lewd.
lascivious molestation on child
under 16 by failing to notify a
change of address as required of
sex offenders.

Johnny Johnson, 44, of Citra
was arrested May 19 by
Patrolman Brown for failure to


Lemuel Cooper, 18, of
Melrose was arrested May 17
by Bradford Investigator Mike
McKenzie for possession of
cocaine and possession of
cannabis with intent to
distribute. Cooper was arrested
in Speedville during a routine
patrol when he was found with
the marijuana packaged in
small plastic bags for sale,
Investigator McKenzie said. A
$901 forfeiture was involved in
the. arrest which was a joint
agency patrol. Bond was set at
$50,000.

Billy John Cannon, 35, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 21 by Clay Deputy D.E.
Sutherland for violation of the
burn ban. Cannon was burning
trash May 21 in a burn pit in
his back yard when the fire got
out of control and started a
woods fire of several acres. The
Department of Forestry
responded and issued Cannon a
citation at that time.

Beverly Lynn Jackson, 29, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 17 by Clay Deputy Rene
Scucci on a warrant for
worthless check. She was
released on her own
recognizance.

Joshua Branham, 22, of
Graham was arrested May 18
by Bradford Sgt. E.J. Kiser for
violation of probation robbery
with a weapon. Bond was set
at $120,000.

Rhonda Kay Thomas, 34, of
Melbourne was arrested May
18 by Bradford Deputy Sherri
Mann for failure to appear
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Bond was' set-at
$5;000.

Tamara Sanford, 25, of
Starke was arrested May 17 by
Bradford Deputy Jason Clark
on a warrant for grand theft.
She was released after a $5,000
surety bond was posted.

Norman Driggers, : 22, of
Graham was arrested May 18
by Bradford Deputy Joseph
Jones for violation of
probation grand theft from
Polk County.

Jason Lee Crqws, 35, of
Starke was arrested May 18 by
.Stairke Patrolman Williams
Murra ftor failure to appear,
domestic battery. He was
released after a $5.000 surety
bond was posted.

Raj Patel, 31, of Clarkston,
.,Ga. was arrested May 16 on a
warrant from Bradford County
for failure to appear violation
of probation disorderly
intoxication. Total bond was
set at.$8,000.

Amelia Marie Kuck. 41, of
'Keystone Heights was arrested
May 16 by Union Lt. H.M.
Tomlinson for violation of
probation. Bond was set at
$5,000.

Clifford: Bozarth, 35, of
Melrose was arrested May 16
by 'probation officers for
violation of probation
possession of firearm by a
convicted felon.

Lori Ferraro. 28. of Starke
was arrested May 15 by
Deputy Jones on a warrant
from SL Johns County for
uttering a forged instrument
and grand theft. A $10.000
surety bond was posted for her
release from custody.


pay child support. He was
arrested at Bradford High Carolyn P. Padgett, 51, of
School at 8:55 p.m. Johnson Starke was arrested May 21 by
ma\ purge by paying $70.160. Starke Patrolman Michelle


Tarrant on warrants for failure
to appear violation of
probation improper disposal of
fetal remains and possession of
drug paraphernalia. Total bond
was set at $8,000.

Garrett Davis, 37, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 16 by
Lt. Tomlinson for failure to
appear. Bond was set at
$25,000.

David Otis Gentry, 26, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
16 by Lt. Tomlinson for
failure to appear and theft of
motor vehicle parts with total
bond set at $37,500.

Shirley Smith, 47, of
Graham was arrested May 21
by Bradford Sgt. George
Konkel on a warrant from
Alachua for dealing in stolen
property. A $15,000 surety
bond was posted for her release
from custody.

Jerome Hadley Addison, 37,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 21 by Union Deputy
Donnie Jones for failure to
appear with bond set at
$2,500.

Gary Boyd, 25, of Keystone
Heights was arrested. May 21
by Clay deputies on warrants
for violation of probation petit
theft and trespass structure.

Garner Daniels, 48, of
Gainesville was arrested May
18 by Lt. Tomlinson on a
Union warrant for violation of
probation with no bond.

Raymond Lee Alexander, 25,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 16 by Lt. Tomlinson on
.a warrant for violation of
probation. Bond was set at
$5,000.

B'latbn Collier Wright, 36, of
Lake City was arrested May 16
by Union Deputy Mindy B.
Goodwin on a warrant from
Madison County for fraud with
no bond. Wright was also
charged on a warrant from
Columbia County for deposit
with intent to defraud.

Latosha Lashaun Griffin, 26,
of Newberry was arrested May
18 by Union Deputy Robert
Manning on a Bradford warrant
for failure to appear.

Larry Thomas Majors, 29, of
Glenn St. Mary was arrested
May 12 by Union Deputy
Brett Handley for failure to
appear with bond set at
$5,000.

Traffic
Michael Devin Wheeler, 32,,
of Starke was arrested May 22
by Bradford Deputy Drew
Moore for driving under the
influence (DUI). Wheeler's
blood alcohol level was .18
percent when his GMC SUV
was stopped at 3:10 a.m.,
Deputy Moore said.

David Meng, 45, of
Hampton, was arrested May 15
by' Hampton Sgt. A.J. 'Gibson
for DUI, trafficking in illegal
drugs and possession : of


controlled substance. During a
traffic stop the officer found
Methodone and Xanex in the
vehicle. Meng refused to
submit to the breathalyzer. A
$50,000 surety bond was
posted for this release from
custody.

Gary Corbett, 22, of Lawtey
was arrested May 17 by
Deputy Moore for felony
fleeing attempting to elude.
During an attempt to stop
Corbett's vehicle for speeding
on S.R. 16, Corbett fled from
the deputy by going into a
private drive, Deputy Moore
said. A $5,000 surety bond
was posted for his release from
custody.

Monique Lussier, 24, of
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 18 by Clay deputies for
DWLS.

Johnny Lee Alexander, 40, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
18 by Bradford Deputy Thomas
Sapp for DWLS, resisting
officer without violence and
possession of drug
paraphernalia. Alexander gave a
false name and date of -birth
when his vehicle was stopped
on Northwest 177th Street at
1:05 a.m. He had in his
possession a small metal crack
pipe, Deputy Sapp said. Bond
was set at $3,000.

Christopher Allen Collins,
20, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 19 by Deputy Handley for
DWLS.

Herman Willie Lee Jr., 48,
of Hampton was arrested May


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21 by Hampton Patrolman
Christa Nelson as a habitual
traffic offender and DWLS. He
was released after a $5,000
surety bond was posted.

Paul Gaudette, 23, of Starke
was arrested May 17 by Starke
Patrolman Stephen Murphy for
DWLS habitual. A $2,500
surety bond was posted for his
release from custody.
Bruce Austin Lee, 26, of
Starke was arrested May 18 by
Starke Patrolman Mark
Lowery for DWLS knowingly.
He was also charged on
warrants for failure to appear
DWLS. Total bond was set at
$1 1,000.

Philip David Koening, 39, of
Glen St. Mary was arrested
May 18 by Patrolman King for
DWLS. A $1,000 surety bond
was posted for his release.

Raymond Rodney Sorrells,
38, of Starke was arrested May
20 by Lawtey Patrolman
Johnny Hernandez for DWLS
knowingly. A $500 surety
bond. was posted for his release
from custody.

Claude W. Walker, 29, of
Starke was arrested May 20 by
Starke Patrolman J.W. Hooper
for DWLS knowingly. He was
released after a $500 surety
bond was posted.

George Housekeeper, 33, of
Ruskin was arrested May 20
by Patrolman Hooper for
DWLS knowingly. He was
released after a- $500 surety
bond was posted.


Emily Gonzalez, 20, of
Lawtey was arrested May 18
by Deputy Sapp on a warrant'
from Alachua for failure to
appear DWLS. She was...
released from custody after a
$2,000 surety bond was
posted.

William Arvon Bryant, 55,
of Starke was arrested May 21
by Starke Sgt. Robert Melton
for failure to appear DWLS.-
Bond was set at $5.000. .

Marcel Vashawn Henderson,
32, of Starke was arrested May;-
17 by Deputy Sapp on -
warrants for failure to appear-_
no valid driver's license -
(NVDL,). Total bond was set at
$9,000.

James Allen Clemens, 43, of
Middleburg was arrested May
17 by Clay deputies on capias
from Bradford for aggravated
fleeing, eluding, resisting
without violence, failure to
appear DWLS and issuing
worthless check. He was
returned to Bradford by Deputy
C.M. Williams. Bond on the
charges was set at $54,000.

Mario Terrell, 30, of Lawtey
was arrested May 18 by
Deputy Sapp on warrants for
violation of probation DWLS "-:
and on a warrant from Duval--
for child abuse. Bond was set
at $50,003.

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BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
Chapter 5 of the Florida
Council on Crime and
Delinquency gathered May 18
foir an early Memorial Day
celebration.
;Because the nonprofit
'organization only meets once a
mpnth, it used its May meeting
as, an opportunity to recognize
not only those armed forces
personnel who had died
serving their country, but those
' who were currently serving in
th'e military or who were
veterans.
.'Members .of the armed
forces who attended the event
at the RMC Training Building
in Lake Butler were given red,


white and blue ribbons to
wear. During the luncheon,
they were awarded a certificate
of thanks for their service,
whether it was in the Air
Force, Army, Coast Guard,
Marine Corps or Navy.
The guest speaker for the
event was retired Col. Arley
McRae, who graduated from
Bradford High School in 1952.
He went on to receive a
bachelor's degree from the
University of Florida and a
master's from Troy State
University.
McRae served in the United
States Air Force in 133 combat
missions during the Vietnam
War, as well as serving as a
Top Gun schQol instructor.
He spoke of his service,


which -included the evolution
of the "smart bomb" and
overseeing "unknown
hardware" from testing sites'
like Area 51. He showed
videos of combat missions that
were similar to the ones he
experienced during his time in
the military.
Chris Southerland, who led
the meeting, showed a tribute
video honoring the military
personnel who had given their
lives during combat.
Southerland said while the
FCCD recognized members of
the military in the special
ceremony, it is trying to
continuously help them by
sending care packages.
FCCD members have
already sent care packages-and
received letters of thanks back
S',from ".soldievts "overseas. .At
.,Easter tinme,alone, they reached
"nmre 'thin 500 boldiers
If FCCD members or
anyone in the community
would like to help with the
care packages, they are asked'
to donate the following items:
AA batteries, phone cards and
single. drink mixes' .(for
example, Crystal Light,
individual Lipton tea bags,
etc).
In other FCCD projects, they
are collecting pop tops (from
aluminum soda cans for the
Ronald McDonald House and
toiletry items for.the Peaceful
Paths Domestic Violence
Shelter (toothpaste,
toothbrushes, soap, hair
products, new undergarments
for women and children, etc.)'
For more information,
contact Terrasa Wood at (904)
368-3277.


LIBRARY
Continued from p. 2B

schedule, will offer cookie
decorating, face painting and
the aforementioned prize
drawing. All children present
will receive prize.
For more information, call
the Bradford County Public
Library at (904) 964-6400.

Union County offers
up a delectable menu
The "Book Feast" program
in Union County takes place
on Thursday, beginning June
I and ending July 27 (there is
no program on July 6).
Programs, which begin at 10
a.m., are offered,at the Union
County Public Library and at
the Lake Butler Elementary
School cafeteria. The July 27
party to conclude the program
will take place at the Union
County Riding Club, which is
located near the recreation
complex on S.R. 121. Games,
crafts, food and fun will all be
on hand at the party, which
will also feature DJ Sno
Rogers (Terry Miller).
Union County's schedule is
as follows: June 1, Critter
Stew-farm animals and fun
games (at the library); June 8,
Fantasy Feast-featuring Pas
de Chat with Kelly Christie (at
LBES); June 15, "Why
Cowboys Sleep with their
Boots On," a play put on by
the staff of the library (at the
library); June 22, Smorgasbord
of Vehicles-a variety of
vehicles, including rescue
vehicles and- motorcycles (at
the library); June 29, Mix It
and Beat It-featuring the
Spirit of Union County's
drumline and Larry
Richardson on banjo (at
LBES); July 13, Snake
Soup-snakes and other
reptiles presented by Reptiles
R Us (at LBES); July 20, Get
Cookin'-sample -foods from
different countries (at the
library); July 27, Wild, Wild
West end of summer party (at
the Union County Riding
Club).
For more information, call
the Union County Public
Library at (386) 496-3432.

Melrose offering Up
10-course meal
Six weeks of fun, with two
programs most weeks, are
scheduled for the book feast at
the.Melrose Public Library.
The youth program actually
kicks off with a program for all
Putnam County libraries-"Go
Bananas for Books," presented
by Shana Banana at Palatka's
Riverfront Park Saturday, June
3, at 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 8, is the start
of the:first week, called "Once
Upon a Time," of fun at the
Melrose Library. Clifford the
Big Red Dog will make an
appearance at the library at 10
a.m. ,


"Safari Supper" during the
second week offers a preschool
program with Miss Stella June
13 at 10:30 a.m. and a Florida
Museum of Natural History
presentation on reptiles and
amphibians on June 15 at I
p.m.
Pam. Harween will be
teaching yarn painting during
the first program during "Art
Feast" on June 20 at 1 p.m. On
June 22, at 1 p.m., children
will be learning how to make
jute and bead jewelry.
"Dream Cafe" offers a
showing of the movie "Where
the Red Fern Grows" on
Tuesday June 27 at I p.m.,
while Gold Head Branch State
Park ranger Steve Earl presents
"Florida Wildlife" on
Thursday, June 29, at 1 p.m.
The fifth week is "Just Plain
Silly." Miss Sheree will
present silly stories on
Thursday, July 6, at 1 p.m.
"Grow It Adventures" is the
title for the last week. The
movie "Jock" will be shown
Tuesday, July 11, at 1 p.m. A
"Caribbean Breeze" ice cream
party for the summer readers
will cap the week on Friday,
July 14, at 1 p.m. Tickets to
the ice cream party are
obtained by turning in reading
logs.
For more information,
please call the Melrose Public
Library at (352) 475-1237.

Buffet and feasts on
tap in Keystone
The Keystone Heights
Public Library offers six
programs for children, which
are held at the library.
A "Gourmet Book Feasi" is
served Tuesday, June- 13, with
Mother Goose Reading
Adventures and Tuesday, June
20, with Mr. Funn-Knee's.
Book Feast magic show. Both
programs are at 3 p.m.
Three programs make up the
"Book Feast Buffet,", starting
with Jodini's Magical Book


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For more information, call
the Keystone Heights Public:
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Bradford County Schools say goodbye to Mrs-Stan'


BY LINDSEY KIRKLAND
Telegraph Staff Writer
'All good things must come
to an end, and after 37 years in
the Bradford County School
District, teacher Peggy
Stanwix-Hay is retiring.
Well-sort of.
Stanwix-Hay. simply known
by her students as "Mrs. Stan"
or "Mrs. S." currently works in
the performance-based
program at the Bradford-Union
Area Vocational-Technical
Center.
Because of health concerns
and being in the DROP
program, she retired in
October 2005.
.. When those health issues
worked themselves out, she
returned to the Vo-Tech a
month later, but only working
part-time this go around.
Mrs. Stan said when she
returned to work she had to be
fingerprinted and underwent a
background check.
"I thought it was funny
because I had worked in the
school system for 37 years,"
she said.
When she returned, she still
planned to leave at the end of
the 2005-2006 school year.
"(Vo-Tech Director) Mr.
(Clarence) DeSue asked me to
teach a few classes next year."
Mrs. Stan agreed, so her
"retirement" is not a complete
departure from the Bradford
'County School District.
A party to celebrate her
retirement will be held this
Saturday, May 27, at the
Starke Golf and Country Club
at 7 p.m. In lieu of gifts,
people are asked to make a
donation to the Vo-Tech's
newly formed Peg's Kids (a
program she originally started
through the Episcopal Church).
She did say that when she
does leave, she hopes the
performance-based program is,
hot, phased out.
"Ts: -th -hanswer, to what's,
going on in Bradford County,'
she said because she believes
the county is a vocational one.
The, education :process can
be compared 'to' shoes, she
-said.
There are all kinds of high-
,qualit leather shoes, but some
people wani leather ropers and
'others want leather loafers.


Everyone can't fit into the
same kind of shoe, Mrs. Stan
said. It's better when everyone
gets the shoe they want. The
Vo-Tech allows for different
kinds of "shoes," where
everyone cab find their own
fit.
Mrs. Stan said the
performance-based program
has helped students leave with
a GED or regular
diploma-but that's not the
only thing they gain.
She said students get
reinforcement that they are
smart and they can succeed.
They leave the Vo-Tech with a
chance at finding a high-
paying job.
Because Mrs. Stan's
classroom receives outside
help from individuals and
churches, she said sometimes
students get food they might
not, have eaten, otherwise or
assistance in finding a job.
She said First Christian
Church of Starke donated a
bicycle so one student could
get to his job when he had no
other transportation. New;
River Baptist even stocked her
class' pantry with food.
Mrs. Stan said when. she was'
younger there were not many
options for women. It was
almost expected that she take
one of a few career paths.
She began teaching in 1969
at Brooker Junior High School,
which housed kindergarten
through eighth grades.
Mrs. Stan remembered one
project where she was teaching
her students about personal
health, and she helped the girls
cut their .hair as a mini
makeover.
In her first year of teaching,
she only made $6,000.
After three years, she went
to Bradford. Middle School
where she taught math.
Through a program called
"M ih Dollars." students could
,earn-:.'B.M&. Bucks". based n
noW wVef they did did th'eit
behavior.
"I think if you do a good
job, you should be rewarded,"
Mrs. Stan said. I I
The BMS Bucks could be
used in a math auction and
some students earned the right
to fly on a school board-
approved airplane, .something





Peggy
.. Stanwix-Hay
. ;^,^ In 'August
'^ .^M 2005.. ,,


S .Peggy
Stanwix-Hay in
1969 during
her fist year of
teaching. One
of her Vo-
Tech
1 coworkers was

i kindergarten
at the time.






that would rarely happen of her "crazy ideas," Mrs. Stan
today. said, "I'm surprised I haven't
Because of what she calls all been fired."


"It's been by the grace of
God that I've been allowed to
do these crazy things."
Eventually she was asked to
head up the first-ever gifted
program. The class was
located at the district office
and allowed her to reach more
students.
"I've taught kids from every
school in the county," she said.
The traveling associated
with the job and "living out of
her car" as she moved from
school to school caused her to
return to BMS.
There she worked with other
teachers to write a federal
grant. Of the six' schools
awarded a grant in Florida,
BMS got one to create math
lessons for students in rural
areas .
The year-round job was
called Project- Paths.. She
worked on' this from 1979-
1982.
From 1983-1989. she
returned to the gifted program,
but this time it was housed at


the Vo-Tech in the classroom
she is still in today. At night,
she taught adults to read.
One day she was walking
through the class next to hers
to use the telephone when she
recognized one of her former
gifted,students who was now
in dropout prevention.
"I was shocked," Mrs. Stan
said.
Recognizing her former
students showed her there were
smart kids who were at risk of
quitting school.
She said the dropout
prevention' teacher was
planning on leaving and
wanted Mrs. Stan to take his
place.
One day. he got sick at
school and within a week, he
was dead. To her, this was
definitely a sign, so she took
the position in the fall of 1989.
"People told me 'This is the


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BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
"'The latest fund-raising idea
for the Kiwanis Club of Starke
isjdst "ducky."
-,OnFriday, May 26, the club
w11i be hosting a'duck race,
which members hope to have'
as an annual event,, at the
Starke Golf and Country Club.
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event, billed as. "Family Fun
Day," begins at 6 p.m. with
games for children (every child
who participates will win a
prize). .Following the duck
. race, there will be karaoke on
the patio.
Don't .worry about going
hungry. Barbecue dinners
(served with iced tea) wil.1 be
sold for $5, while hamburgers
and hot dogs will be sold 'for
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worst career move of your
life,'" she said.
S However, the Vo-Tech is
where Mrs. Stan has been
since 1990.
She has reached thousands
of students throughout her 37
year career.
She' said, "I taught my
lawyer. I taught my dentist. I
taught 'he man who is going to
do my funeral."
But for those who have
always seen Mrs. Stan around,
they may not know how close
she was to not coming to
Bradford County.
In her early career, she said
she lived in Brooker, and it'
would have been about as
close to drive to Alachua
County to teach.
If not for Tom Casey (her
BMS principal) and V.R.
Ferguson, Mrs. Stan said she
would iave .gone to Alachua
County and never been a
teacher in Bradford County:.

What's next?
. While some would argue
that retirement is' a time for
relaxation, they probably
wouldn't argue with Stanwix-
Hay..
She said when she first
retires she wants to clean up
her house, which should take
her some time.
Next, one would think there
would be a vacation, relaxing
ip. a hammock, sitting 'back
with the latest edition of the
Telegraph, or maybe some
J.RVing around the country.
Heyrleisurely trip will come
Sin a little different way.
Mrs. Stan said her husband,
Ray, may get her a job at ohe
of those rental car companies
for people who hire drivers to
chauffeur them around all day.
"I probably won't keep that
job too.. long," she said,
"because I drive too slow."
One dilemmnl she has,
however, is what to do with
the notebooks-and worksheets.
and materials she has gatherer
over the past four decades.
"I don't know %what I'm
going0to do with all the stuff in
my classroom:"


While Mrs. Stan figures out
what to do during retirement,
the Bradford County Schools
will be figuring out what to do
without her.


nine years, said, "Effervescent
is the first word that comes to
mind" to describe Mrs. Stan.
"She's a wonderful friend to
have."
Zurfluh and O'Brien said
Mrs. Stan's key qualities are
that she's witty, humble and
always has a smile on her face.
"What other word can you
use, but fun," O'Brien said.
"But yet, she's very serious."
Mrs. Stan would give kids
nicknames and allow them to
journal, not only for
assignments, but to get a better
insight into their personal life.
...As for being humble,
Zurfluh said they wouldn't
know half of the things Mrs.
Stan did for students just by
talking to her.'
"The things we know about
her come from students," she
said. "She (Mrs. Stin) would
never brag about the things she
has done."
"She didn't grow into this. It
would be the same 36:years
ago."
Edna Harrington, an adult
and high school business


Students, educator at the Vo-Tech, said
coworkers reflect Mrs. Stan is always giving of
co o r herself.
on 'Mrs. Stan' "If a student has a problem.
Upon hearing of her she has a problem." Harrington
retirement, coworkers and said.
students were lining up to "She's a mother, father,
share their memories of Mrs. uncle, grandparent, sister,
Stan. brother to thcm ... She cares
The Vo-Tech's occupational about every student she comes
specialist, Monica Clements, in contact with."......-
has worked with Mrs. Stan for Randy Starling, an associate
13 years. Vo-Tech day coordinator,
'Clements said the Vo-Tech started his first day -c
uses a team-attack method.
"It takes a group effort to kindergarten in Brooker the
reach all of these kids," she first year Mrs. Stan began
said, but Mrs. Stan is "kind of teaching.
the heart and soul." .Ie-said he reimefiibers lher
Mrs. Stan is not only an and everyone wanting to be in'
intelligent person and her class.
dedicated, but she spends extra "Working with her has made
time working' with each me realize what I've. missed by
student, Clements said. As not having her as a teacher,"
Clements knows her, "Peg" he said.
finds students jobs, Starling said he v.a., glad ,tn
transportation and health care have two of his children in her
if they cannot get that from classes at one point.
home. -He said Mrs. Stan uses
"She' works outside the specific praise to recognize
box," she said, to improve not students by name tbo make
only their education, but their them "feel worthy," whether'
self esteem. .. they have answered a question
Mickey Agner, a coordinator right or wrong.
at the Vo-Tech, said another "Things she uses in her
employee, Jim Ward,. always-- classroom I use at home with
says, "Peggy could teach a my own children,". he said.
rock to read." Starling said it was
Clements said Mrs. Stan is interesting to see Mrs. Stan go
also spiritual; from one end of the spectrum
;"She doesn't preach that, it to the other in her teaching
just comes out," she said. "There are some people who
Cindy Zurfluh, an instructor have that gift for "teaching
at the Vo-Tech, said' Mrs. Stan minds," he said. "She'll be
was very family oriented, but irreplaceable."
was very family oriented but DeSue. echoed t.his.
not just with her own children, sentiment.
Jane and John. Students keep "It wasquite evident in my
in touch with her, too. observing her work (for fimore
Zurfluh said she first met than 18 years)that se made
Mrs. Stan when she called to students feelers) challenged in
ask.Zurfluh if her son would g envirn nt.
be interested in the gifted "Students have made .
programade it fun," she aid. phenomenal gains in her:
"She made t fun, she said. class," he said. "She has
"They did plays. They went on helped students to overcome
field trips." barrier s in thi eir
Mrs. Stan individualizes learning...caused by the unfair.
lessons and gives kids lots of stigma of being at this center."
opportunities, Zurfluh said. From Mrs. Stan's students:
In the same Telegraph .-:Travis '.Townsend:
interview, Flo O'Brien, who "What can I say about Mrs.
has taught at the Vo-Tech for Stan. She is the greatest


teacher. When you feel
down and need to talk to
someone she is always there
to lift you up and make you
feel nothing ever happened.
If you come to school really
tired, you won't be after
Mrs. Stan's class. She is a
wonderful person and really
cares about her students and
their well being."
* Jennifer Pilgrim: "Mrs.
Stan is a loving, caring and
very good teacher. She


helped me out in many
ways. She takes the time and
gets to know her students.
She encourages her students
in more ways than just her
class studies ... Thanks for
everything!
Whether it was sharing
memories of her teaching
style, personal relationships or
even just having a good cry
thinking about how much they
would miss her, every student


and coworker said there was
not one thing about Stanwix-
Hay that really stood obt.
O'Brien said, "I don't think
it's one moment, It's a lifetime
of work."
Harrington said, if Mrs. Stan
is not in the school system
she'll be somewhere helping
somewhere using her secret
methods: "She goes up real
close to your heart...and really
cares."


Evangelist delivering a

'giant' message worldwide


Tabitha Terry gets help from her teacher,
Peggy Stanwix-Hay, on an assignment.
Because of exams, Terry did not even have to
be in Mrs. Stan's class, but she said she came
anyway because she liked being there.


James Croft (left) interviews Bobby Brindle, the
"world's smallest evangelist," for an upcoming
podcast episode. Photo courtesy of Jon M.
Fletcher.


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Telegraph Staff Writer
Reaching a worldwide
audience-for evangelist
James Croft that's 'an exciting
prospect.
Well, that's exactly what
Croft has put himself in
position to do, and he doesn't
even have to leave his home to
do so.
Croft, who is also an
assistant director at New River
Regional Landfill and the
executive coordinator of Keep
Tri-Counties Beautiful Inc.,
has traveled since 1994,
preaching church services and
revivals. He still does that, but
a new ministry he began in
January really has him excited.
"Walking with the Giant" is
a broadcast, or podcast,
ministry that Croft-who0.
stands 3'10" and once went by
the name James the Giant as a
radio DJ-produces each
month. It is available for
download off the Web for free
as an MP3 file and features
interviews, music and
preaching-all of which has
the potential of reaching a very
large audience.
Dr. Sterling Houston,
chairman of the Internet
Evangelism Coalition, said on
Croft's May podcast,'; one
billion people in the world
have access to the Internet. I
That's a tremendous potential
reach for his ministry, Croft
said.
"The worldwide reach-that
blows me a\Navy" he said.
"After the first (podcast) was
uploaded, I got an e-mail from
India. A pastor o6er'there'had
downloaded the program and
listened to it. He was e-mailing
me and telling me what an
encouragement it was."
Along the wa,s Croft, whose
.-home church is First Baptist of
Lake Butler, has learned a'lot.
At first, he was. uploading his

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GIANT
Continued from p. 2C

them on his minisni,. Crolft
said he hates writing, so lic
came up with the idea of
putting his "old radio training"
to use and creating an audio
newsletter, which became
"Walking with the Giant."
Croft did not, however, want
to produce the ministry and not
have it sound professional.
That problem was solved when
he bumped into somebody at
the Little People of America
convention in Orlando who
was willing to help.
That somebody was Matt
Ray, who was at the
convention because he has a
child who is a dwarf. Ray, who
is the director of creative
services for the Cox Radio
Group in Jacksonville. does
voiceovers for commercials
and opening and closing
segments for radio and
television.
Ray began working part-
time at the WBKF radio
station in Macclenny
approximately a month before
Croft, who also worked there,
left the station. When Ray
heard of Croft's new ministry,


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer
He was at serious risk of
losing his life, but James Croft
had no worries.
First, he didn't have much
time to worry when doctors
told him he needed to have
open heart surgery as soon as
possible. Second, he had a
calmness about him--the
result of being a Christian.
,"When you.gs-through trials
and tribulations like that, if
you're a Christian you don't
go through them by yourself,"
said Croft, an evangelist whose
home church is First Baptist of
Lake Butler.
Croft, 47, is still
recuperating after surgery- in
November 2005-slowly
easing back into speaking at
churches and at revivals; and
deotaing time to hi._ gqggg,
m ni s t r .,., ,,.. r ,,Ji d
. -.


story)-but he took the time to
visit the Kiwanis Club of
Starke and talk of the events
that led up to his surgery.
Those events began in
October when he was
experiencing chest pains that
came and went. Croft said he
thought it was indigestion,
citing the fact that he has been
diagnosed with acid reflux
disease and has a hiatal hernia.
"It felt exactly like it did
when that problem first came
on-straight down the center
of my chest," Croft said. "It
was just a burning sensation."
Croft had the medication for
his acid reflux changed before,
and he figured it was just time
to make another change. He
went to the- doctor and his
blood pressure and heart rate
were fine. His Prilosec dosage
was doubled and an edoscopy
procedure wwaesacheduled to
determine if li .,-awphguiu ua'-
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James Croft
is shown
speaking at
Oak Grove
Baptist
Church,
which is
north of Lake
City. Photo
courtesy of
Jon M.
Fletcher.


he wanted to help provide the
openings, closings and
transitions between segments.
Croft later received a demo
of Ray's work. Upon hearing
it, Croft figured there was no
way he could afford to pay
someone as talented as Ray.
Yet Ray, via e-mail, told Croft


he misunderstood his
offer-he was willing to
provide his services free of
charge as an investment in
people he knows and word of
mouth to publicize the
ministry. '
A press release written by
Croft was picked up by 65,000


damaged.
Prior to the procedure, Croft
traveled to Fort Walton Beach
to speak at a revival. He.
noticed he got very winded
packing his car, thinking to
himself that he wasiveally out
of shape. The pain in his chest
also got worse, but it eased off
once he got in the car and
began driving.
A late-night meal at
Wendy's following the revival
was sure to bring on another
bout of indigestion, Croft
thought. Sure enough, at 3
a.m., he awoke with pain in his
chest and a tingling sensation
in his left arm.
Croft assumed he had been
sleeping on his arm and simply
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news outlets after he utilized a
press release Web service. He
was contacted by the Wireless
Flash News Web site, which
wanted to do a story on him.
The next day he got a phone
call from a radio station in
Dublin, Ireland, that wanted to
interview him. The radio
station receives news briefs
from Wireless Flash News.
Croft did the interview with
the radio station, which he said
was anything but a Christian
station.
"They have a two-hour
block every day for a call-in
talk show," he said. "They
covered some very wild
subjects. Then, here I was
plugged into the middle' of
that. I said, 'Well, that's where
the gospel needs to be heard,
where it's not being heard.'"
The creation of the podcast
ministry came about with Croft
facing the possibility of not
being able to hold a driver's
license.
Croft is blind in his right eye
and he learned last year that he
is losing the peripheral vision
in his left eye because of
surgery he had as a child.
He went to the doctor May
24 to learn to what extent the
loss of his peripheral vision
was. In the meantime, Croft
began thinking of how his
life-whether it's traveling for
evangelistic purposes or
traveling throughout the area
because of his work with the
landfill and Keep Tri-Counties
Beautiful-would be impacted
by that. What would he do if
he couldn't drive?
"I know the Lord will take
care ,of me, but he gives us
common sense, too, to be
planning," Croft said.
People have expressed the
desire to Croft to receive
newsletters from him, updating


Croft's ministry.
Ray has worked on all of
Croft's podcasts up to this
point and it was all because of
what some people would term
a chance meeting.
"People say that was a cool
coincidence," Croft said.
"Well, I don't believe in
coincidences. God works
everything out."
Such as when Croft ordered
a CD/DVD replicator (he
makes CD copies of "Walking
with the Giant" available at a
small cost for those who don't
have Internet access). The
machine cost $2,800, but Croft
said people "popped out of
nowhere" with contributions to
his ministry. That, coupled
with a larger-than-expected
love offering from a small
church in south Georgia where
Croft spoke during a revival,
negated the cost of the
equipment.
"The whole machine was
paid for before -it was
delivered," he said.'
Croft has been preaching for
a little more than 11 years now
after he initially refused to
heed God's calling to be a
minister.
Serving the Lord was no
problem for Croft, who served
in just about any capacity you
can imagine in the small
churches he attended. Yet he
came up with all kinds of
excuses why he couldn't
preach.
When 1994 rolled around,
nothing seemed to be going
right for Croft, whether they
were physical problems, such
as talk from doctors of having
to have hip replacement
surgery, or .relationship
problems.
Finally, Croft agreed to
speak at a service at Evergreen
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turning down an initial request
from its pastor. After doing so,
Croft went to the doctor, who
told him he would not need hip
replacement surgery any time
soon.
"Everything just started
turning around," Croft said.
Still, Croft resisted the idea
of entering the ministry until
he talked to a friend from
Alabama. That friend asked
Croft about joining him in
producingg, a radio
program-the tio had talked
of doing just that in the past.
Croft told the man he wasn't
interested in doing that, but the
man persisted.
"He kept on," Croft said.
"Finally I told him, 'Look, I
know I'm supposed to be
preaching the gospel, so I can't
do this.'"
As soon as the words left his
mouth, Croft said he asked
himself if he just said that.
He did and the following
Sunday night, he went public
with his decision to preach.
His church voted unanimously
that same night to license him.
y That was in December 1994.
"I've never looked back,"
Croft said.
Fast forward to May 2006
and you'll find the once
reluctant Croft hard at work on
a ministry that can have a
worldwide effect. He compares
the work he does with
"Walking with the Giant" to
Jesus' command in the 281h
chapter of Matthew to teach
nations.
"This is a tool to help make
disciples of all the nations,"
Croft said. "It's exciting to
think about the possibilities."
For more information on
"Walking with the Giant" or
on Croft's evangelistic \%ork,
please visit the Web site
-www.jamescroft.org.


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Alpha Nu presents education scholarship


On May 6, the Alpha Nu
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at the Strawberry Tea Room in
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for $500 and a framed
certificate.
Kristyn attended Brooker
Elementary School and
graduated from Union County
High School in the top of her


class. She has completed her
A.A. degree at Santa Fe
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Kristyn has known since
elementary school she wanted
to be a teacher. She will be
attending St. Leo this fall,
pursuing a degree in
elementary education.
"The mission of the Delta


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International is to promote
professional and personal
growth of women educators
and excellence in education,"
said Iva Jean Harrell,
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accomplished the feat in
tennis, going 3-0 in the District
4-Class 2A tournament.
Eddins, who will be a junior
next year, finished the season
with a 13-3 record at number-
two singles.
"She's going to be a strong
player the next two years,"
Keystone girls coach Lori
Herbrandson said.
Herbrandson said Keystone
should' ve won the
championship at number-two
doubles, as well, but an illness
to one of the players affected
the team's performance, at the
tournament. During the regular
season, Lauren Stobbie and
Sarah Mimbs teamed up to go
9-3.
"They played really well,"


Herbrandson said.
The Indians, who finished
tied for third- in the district,
compiled a 9-4 regular-season
record. Keystone closed the
season by winning its last four
matches, defeating Middleburg
6-1, Santa Fe 4-3, Interlachen
7-0 and Clay 4-3.
At number-one singles,
Cassandra Bruey finished the
season with a 7-6 record, while
Stobbie was 7-5 at the number-
three spot. Number-four player
Mimbs was 9-3 and fifth-seed
Kaiti Hopikins was 8-5.
The number-one doubles
team -of Bruey and Eddins
finished with a 9-4 record.
Eddins will be the only
starting player returning next
year.
Also returning will be
Herbrandson, a KHHS
graduate who was in her first
year as the team's coach.
"It was a lot of fun and a
good experience," she said of
this past season.


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quarterback. He completed '
of-6 passes for 69 yards a;
well as handling kickoff anTi
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he's going to be able (to do
that," Bankston said of Brol n.
Jernard Beard also play,'l
well, catching three passes fi'
60 yards.
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.: ',; ; t-,iaahtercepted a pass
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,, 'n thirst -half shutout
.ath :' e. s,'onds left on the
ai t e i trades' final score,
", i',, ( t'.? o play in the third
a'':;" c'ame ot a 50-yard run
a-. :-. 'vhich he reversed
.ia. ; aier being bottled up
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Keystone defense takes the sting out of Hornets


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Telegraph Staff Writer

Greg Taylor scored two
touchdowns for Keystone
Heights, but one would have
sufficed after a defensive effort
that yielded just I yard to the
visiting Hawthorne Hornets in
the Indians' 14-0 spring classic
win.
The teams played two
quarters after the junior varsity
teams squared off against each
other in the first half.
Hawthorne ran 13 plays from
scrimmage on four
possessions, gaining 1 yard on
the ground and failing to
complete a pass.
Four plays the Hornets ran
from scrimmage resulted in a
loss of yards. Linebacker
Jacob Elliott, who will be a
junior, had two tackles for
losses of 6 yards, including a
quarterback sack. Linebacker
Brandon McGuire, who will be


a senior. had a tackle for a loss
of 3 yards and lineman Jeramy
Lewis, who will also be a
senior, had a quarterback sack
for a loss of 3 yards.
Senior-to-be Riki Olivier
broke up two passes, while
Cameron Yarbrough, who will
be a sophomore, had an
interception.
Keystone head coach Chuck
Dickinson said the goal
offensively was to control the
ball and the Indians did just
that, running 37 plays from
scrimmage and attempting just
six passes.
"At-this time of the year, I'd
rather just see if we can run the
ball," Dickinson said. "That's
my main focus."
Taylor, who will be a junior,
rushed for 51 yards on nine
carries, while junior-to-be Matt
Story also gained 51 yards,
doing so on 10 carries.
Randy Davids, who will be a
senior, rushed for 24 yards on


six carries.
Dickinson said he believed
the Indians will be able to
"throw and catch a little bit"
this year. Returning
quarterback Blake Lott, who
will be a senibr,.completed'4-
of-6 passes for 63 yards, which
included a 26-yard completion
to Taylor and a 20-yarder to
Yarbrough as well as a
touchdown to Taylor.
Taylor's 26-yard reception
came on the Indians' second
play from scrimmage. A
subsequent 9-yard run by Story
and a penalty on 'Hawthorne
gave the Indians another first
down at the Hawthorne 34.
Story broke through the
defense for a 19-yard run,
which' was followed by a 15-:
yard touchdown run by Taylor.
Senior-to-be Michael McLeod
converted on the PAT to put
the Indians up 7-0.
Keystone's defense forced:
the Hornets to go three-and-out


4

Keegan Lowery (center) and Adam Bailey (right) pressure the Hawthorne
quarterback. .


on their first possession. With"
the ball back. Keystone's,
offense put together a 13-play
scoring drive


Yarbrough's 20-yard
reception converted a third-
;and-12 play and put the
Indians at the Hawthorne 37.


Taylor.followed that with a run
in which he spun out of one

See KHHS, p. 10C


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A BEAUTIFUL DW In
Highridge Estates. Quar-
ter acre, fenced yard,
new covered front porch.
$89,000, Call Richard at
352-795-3676
FOR SALE BY OWNER
Watlerfront- 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 olny. Call


and security deposit Call large fenced yard, Key-
Joan at 904-964-4303 stone Heights area, $750
BRAND NEW, 3BR/2BA per month plu 'deposit..
2150 sq ft, site built This is a must see. Call
home, on 2/3 acre with
paved roads, $154,900. 362-4756260.
Call 352-692-4343. In- KEYSTONE AREA 2BR/
formation available at 2BAfully furnished, DW,
w w : ne 'w h.d u s e: Handicap access, quiet,
S4f:Cm. .-. near park, 3 years old,
FURNISHED ROOMS $650 per month, $400
FOR RENT! COM- security deposit. Avail-
PLETE with CH/A, cable able 6112006 Call 352-
provided. all utilities paid! 473-9945.
Central location 10% 3R MH CH/A private lot,
discount on first months no pets. in Hamplon, off
rent for senior citizens. .. 301. $575 per month,
Rooms with pnvate bath. first and last' plus secu-,
$110- $120. /wk. Room rity. Call 904-966-3212or
without bath. $95. Laun- 352-468-2196.
dry facilities available 38R/2BA. DWMH. laundry
Close to churches, room, 3011 covered
stores, downtown shop- porch, small barn, on 4
ping, tneatre, and morel acres, fenced, Keystone
See Manager at the area. $750 month plus
Magnolia Hotel. across deposit. Call 386-445-.
from the Starke Post Of. 6302.
lice. 904-964-4303 REMODLED3BR/26ASW
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom on 1.5 acres, fenced. off
MH. clean, close to of 315C in Keystone
prison. Call 352-468- Heights. $625 month
1323 plus deposit. References
SOUTHERN VILLAS OF required. Call 386.445-
Starke Apts. 2 BR HC & 6302.
non HC apartments. STARKE Immaculate
Central ac/heat, on site 3BR. very large living
laundry, playground., pn- room, formal dining
vale and quiet atmo- room, ceiling fans, win-
sphere. Located on dow coverings. large sit.
SR16. 1001 Southern 'down kitchen with appli-
Villas Drive, Starke. Fi or ances. Fully carpeted.
call904-964.7295.TDD/ CH/A. washer & dryer
TTY 711. Equal Housing hookups, nice back yard.
c.a O p r niIty. C'. '- To move in tat and last
-FOR RE.T- 2 ~& 3BF( :. months rent (5475 per
- e b i.tlwily renqvat-,1-., ,,jnonth),knd.aslunjty.of
Deposit required. Call $475. Dixon Rentals.
386-496-3067.678-438- Telephone Ginger Dixon
6828 or 678-438-2865, at 352-58-0013.or 863-
for more information. 398-0853.
LARGE OFFICE Down- 51 Lost &
town Ideal for several Found
persons to occupy. $500 un
per month with 1 year LOST EYEGLASS CASE
lease. Call 904-964- Lost Sat. May 13th at
6305. Waldo Flea Market, or-
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN ange. hard eyeglass
Business & Professional case, with silver frame
oHice store. This 1500 sq RX glasses. Reward.
ft building has offices & Call 352-258-9583.
reception area. new car-
pet and paint. Monthly
rent w/option to lease
long term. $600 per
month, or long term
lease discount. Cal Vir-
ginia at 904-964-6305.
NEWLY REMODELEDup-
stairs apartment in down-
town Starke. 2/BR. CH/ S
A. $450 month. 1st. last.
and security deposit Call
Joan at 904-964-4303.
14 X 70 SW. 3BR/1.5BA,
Hamplon area. $400 per $ T
month, firs, last., plus OUTHEAS
security deposit. Call
352-473-711. INVESTME
3BR/2BA CH/A. on Lake N.
Geneva, 3 blocks from
school. $895 per month.
Call 352-222-9111.
2BR/2BA HOME. 4 years
old. detached carport & NORTH F
workshop, on 1 acre. *Ilr W -aBm mu


52 Animals &
Pets
DOGS FOR ADOPTION
OR FOSTERING Lots
of puppies all ages, 10
kittens ready in 6 weeks,
come and look we will
save for you. 3 month (F)
Border Collie, 1 yr (F)
Border Collie, 2 (M) Brit-
tany Spaniel pups, 2yr
(F) Red Catahoula, 3
month (M) Bassett mix,
2 Beagle mix puppies 3
months Black lao and
Bulldog mix (F) 1yr, (F)
American Bulldog. 2
black chow mix puppies
(M). Many more avail-
: able. All need a loving
home, must get shots
and fixed. Call Tammy at
352-258-6582 or Cristy
at 904-334-7319 or
Bradford County Paws
904-964-9200.
FOUND CHOC LAB at
Lawrence Blvd Found 5/
19/2006. No collar,
.-healthy & sweet. Call
'352-473-2354. -L
JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES
:for sale. Born on 4/5/
2006. One female, 5
males, with health certifi-
cates. $250 each, call
386-661-2212 or 904-
626-3665.
MARE VERY CALM, no
bad habits, easy keeper,
aprox 19 yrs old, 14
hands, owneo for .12
years. $1100 Cal 352-
475-34S1:or 904 -'707.
,. 46251 ,-- *'- '
BORDER COLLIE PUPS
CKC. M/F. 8 weeks 010.
shots/wormed, neajin
certificate; $400. Call
904-226-1407 or 904-
782-3421
CHIHUAHUA pups. 2
males. 15 weeks olda,
both for $250 or $300
each Starke Call 904
364-7152.
53 Starke Yard
Sales


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Brand ne* 312 house on 1 16 ac Great loi with a praire sanctuary behind that
no one can build on. Modern kitchen with a large pantry and laundry room
attached. Master bedroom and bath are fit for a king. Front & back porches. .

$169,000


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964-6305 473-2210 *496-2261


GIGANTIC YARD SALE
Fri & Sat, all day start-
ing at 8am. Contents of
3 storage buildings,
something for everyone,
also have over 200
boxes of misc items. Will
sell by the box cheap,
we need the space (flea
market, yard sale items).
Graham, FL, .5 miles
west of post office on
CR18, follow signs Call
S- ?.J95.25?- anytime
t.'.. tiG AL Ir.r.
mu'JI 3o.":1'" I 55 r',.:l

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b443
53 Lake Butler
Yard Sales
TWO FAMILY YARD SALE -
Fri & Sat, Sam to 2pm.
Lots of household items;
baby stuff, some furni-
ture. From Lake Butler,
SR100 East 3 miles to
CR237. Follow signs.
57 For Sale
KENMORE WASHER and
dryer, new type:$100
nro up eacn. elecirc
:.ove rii en guarantee.
iece iocai aeirer, For
appoinimenis call 904.
96,4.8801
BED-OUEEN orinopedoc
PilOwl,.p matlress and


boc. Name brandirV.v in
piaslic win warran'i,
Can Oeiliver Sac3Tile
114,. Call 352 37-'
.. 8586
BED KING SIZE Ptlemop
manress and DOc:spring
with manufactures war-'
ranty. Brand new still in
plastic. Can deliver. Sell
for $170. Call 352-372-7
7490.
BEDROOM SET 7 piece
Gorgeous cherry queen/
kng oeo. dresser mrrrar
2 nignlstands creaI.
svalaale dovetail con
StruClior, Nevs F.'11 in
)boes Reiail $.100.
s3cnlce l~Ir $11Q .35-
377.9-46


"eAturedJ~ome"


Exceptional Custom Built Home

4IR/2 bath/2 half-baths
Split BR p1t, spacious deluxe kitchen, formal DR. large LR,
sp c ird BRs share a J.ack-and-Jill bathroom. Lpf)
ItIIefr E as linen closet. Master bath boasts a iacuzi tub, .l
'itailK'c, two. sinks, birch cabinets, ceramic tile and.a
,*10\s0 .lo.lc Eat-in kitchen has surround found recessed
lighting qqtry, center island with Jenn-Air smooth top. dou-
W S T ,gg9s and built-in china cabinets. Home has twio hot
waqi-reqaf fs, Berber carpet, ceramic tile. laminate '\ood
floors securityy system, upgraded 19 Seer CH/A and MLUCH
MORE 342 S.E. 35th St., Keystone Heights Motivated sell-
ers' PTequa.lilied buyers contact MeLissa today for an
appoirtmtnt $310,000


eall4Cissa toy at. 352-494-1829


MeLissa Bainum
Pellerfto


7396 SR-21I North, Keystone Heights

(352) 473-8882 (office) 1-866-649-8882
.. See MeLissa's listings at:
113 \v v,.helenhersey.com
Email: MeLissa@'helenhersey.com


DINING ROOM SUITE-
be.aultui cherry table, 6
Shippendale 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
ro.:.r. ze pieces. Save
a ioi Cash and carry.
Cain Sonia at 352-473-
7 73.: r:904-964-3888.
BED.GiJEE"I J, rh.:,pedic
Piiio'C.r, rri' .r:: r cnd
Op* A l-me.ier .n,13 1e.vin
plasl.- : ,, .i.,I ..r rrarty.
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Office Manager

107 F.

www.sonshinetitle.c


$100. Call 352 372-
8588.
LAWN MOWERS &
TRAILERS for sale Call
904-964-4118.
GREEN SOFA & love seai
with recliners on both
ends $500, wood dinette
table & 4 green padded
chairs $50, rocker glider
with matching foot stool
$30, 3 living room table
lamps $15 each. large
wicker scene picture $5
Call Ron or Marty at 352-
473-0036
6' FIBERGLASS LAD-
DER, $30. Fiberglass
Ladder, $100. Impex
weightbench, at bar,
butterfly attachments,
220LBS weights in good
condition, $125 OBO.
Call 352-478 -4210.


WASiliH !:,100, clec ,i(c
diyei, ;100 both 175.
FOUi diawiel legal filng
cabinet, $10 410 E
Lauia St Carl 904 964-
67 71
8 X 30 CAM PER for sale
NeI floor & fuLnItu e.
nice for lake o hunting,
S800 Also set of Disc for
gaidoning, can pull be-
hind Hding lawn mower,
550 tsed 1 time Call
90,1-96-1-4126.
SOUL 2 SOUL Tim
McGiaw & Faith Hill con-
ceiil tickets. Seats are
club level (adjacent to
floor) Sunday May 28th
at 8pm, Jacksonville
Aicena Bought for 96.50
pei seal, selling foi $80
each oi $160 for the pair,
Call 904-627-5194,


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Jan Jackson


Edwards Rd, Sarke, FL

om (904) 964 2363


58 Child/Adult
Home care
NANNY WITH REFER-
ENCES seeking to care
for children in your -
hom5e. Mon-Fri, in the
BRADFORD COUNTY
Building and Zoninn De-
partment is taking appli-
cations for a full time of-
fice position. Basic
knowledge of zoning
and building helpful.
Computer skills, good
with the public, team
player, eager to learn.
Applications can be ob-
tained at 945-F North
Temple Avenue (North
Wing Bradford County
Courthouse) Starke
Florida or www.bradford-
co-fla org. Completed
applications must be re-
turned by 4:00 pm, June
7, 2006. For more infor-,
mation call 904-966-
6213,Stark-e, Keystone
or Melrose area. 352-
473-0036.
59 Personal


Services
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


Small or Large Parcels
With or Without
Homes

Call Glen Lourcey

352-485-1818



T.H.E. Apartments

922 E. Brownlee St. Starke, Florida

Newly Remodeled

2 & 3 Bedrooms Available

Rent is based on Income
Water, Sewer
On-Site Laundry Facility & Play Areas
Office Open: Monday Friday 8:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Call (904) 964-7133 1
Voice TTY Access 1-800-545-1833,.Ext. 381


please leave message.
WE CAN HELP YOU Ap-
ply for 1st & 2nd mort-
gages, personal & busi-
ness. Call Regal Invest-
ments. No fees, fast re-
sults. Call 888-986-
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.
KEVINS LAWN SERVICE
25 years experience,
mowing, timing, & edg-
ing. No yard to small or
to large. Call for free es-
timate, 904-782-3894
leave message.
65 Help
Wanted
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,jtarke
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
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:K4istle
INSTALLER NEEDED im-
mediately for upcoming
busy season for ramp
ana siair installation
tnrougnoui Florida.
$12.00 per hour within
90 days. Background
screening required. Only
hardworking individuals

Wilson
Sewing Machine
Repair
40 yrs exp.
All Models
1-Day In-home
Service on most models
FREE ESTIMATES

904-282-5514


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"AFFORDABLE QUALITY"'
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RE-ROOFS EXTENDED MOBILE HOMES
METAL SINGLES WARRANTY NEW ROOFS
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LOW SLOPED & MAINTENANCE
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*THE BEST POSSIBLE ROOF AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE"
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FOR SALE
2 Parcels
13+ Acres in all
500 ft frontage on 301
South Only 3110 mile
from Super Walmart.
Office
2800 sq ft Building
Mini-storage and Barn
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must pass DOT & Drug
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RADIO SHACK dealer
now accepting applica-
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Lawrence Blvd, Key-
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plus but not necessary.
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627 NW 123rd Place.
Gainesville FL Call 386-
462-1115
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with better beginnings?
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throughout Clay and
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Quality Land I tmnts, Inc.
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HUGE On-Site Auct-
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Sat., May 27, 2006 10:30 a.m. Rain or Shine
4642 Gadara Road off Rt315C
Directions: From light in Keystone go east on SR 100 approx. 1.4 miles to C-214, turn left go approx. 6.6m/s r
CR-315C. Turn left go to Gadara Rd., first road on right- turn right go approx. f mile to the house on left. Watch for s,;
This 3-bedroom, 2,046 sq. ft. 1999 Homes of Merit has 2x6 exterior wall construction w/loads of extras ;. ,
Office, Kitchen, Laundry, Master BR w/huge master bath. Fireplace, porch, and lots more on 1.14 acres plus Seco ld !
adjacent, to be sold separately. Home to be offered with reserve by C.B..Isaac Realty, BK#3118917 Noei T :,
#3073532, selling real estate at 12 noon. 10% down at sale with balance at closing 30 to 60 days. There is -
premium on real estate. If you would like to see the real estate before sale day, call Noel Thomas at 475-219).
1932 John Broadwood and Sons baby grand piano, glass ball and claw feet piano/organ stool, plaid love sea, ,.
chair & ottoman, sofa and wingback chair, burgundy arm chair, pine coffee table, end table and matching sofa t.
3-shelf stand, wood mag. rack, Tole painted mag. table, 3 porch rockers, mantel clock, king size oak bed a tih h,\ i.i
and mattress, 6 drawer tall chest, dresser with mirror and two night stands. Round ball and claw foot end tabie '.
stand w/towel rack, and tiled back splash, oak entertainment center, 2 pine end tables and coffee [ables. 2 :: i p
entertainment centers w/doors, oak bench w/back and arms, Alpine climber Nordic track, Weslo Cadence 015 ''.
Crosley washer and dryer (1 1/2 yrs old).
Hutch, 2 pine book shelves w/bottom storage, 2 five shelf and small book cases, 2 computer desks. 2 fl'c .': -
fax/copier, e-machine computer, HP printer, 3 & 2 drawer filing cabinets: full size heavily carved 4-poster bed '
and mattress, lady's Queen Anne wingback chair, 4 drawer pine chest, golf clubs and bag, 2 Swedish cots, quilt r v. i
oak stands, old oak phone table, health-o-meter scales, 2 Rubber Maid stools, oak pedestal dining table. A/6 chait' .
cabinet w/leaded glass doors, small pine cabinet & small stand, butcher block, library table. 2 wicker trunks., > ;' "
TV, Phillips 13" TV, card table, Sanyo boom box, lawn chairs, Ig. concrete purple polka dot cow, Hoonrer : i! '
vacuums, Ig. wrought iron and wood pot rack, GE refrigerator.
Royal Copely pitcher, 8 bone china cups and saucers, 4 cream soups, bone china creamer and sugar, 2 St:f,d .; -
Fiesta, Stuebenville, & other tea pots. Crystal creamer & sugar w/under plate, yellow Fiesta & Ballern ...'
Gibson pitcher & cups, art glass pitcher &,vase, cookie house, pitcher & bowl, several sets ol chin.. vi';-i,
glassware, several sets of everyday & good flatware, canisters, crockpot, p pressure cooker, portable range,. p- ..
kinds of baking dishes, microwave, blender, B&D toaster over, kitchen utensils and more. Numerous nice pnlnita I' ;.,,
,table, bed and bath linens. Silk flowers & plants.'sleeping bags and other camping items, holiday dec, lo i'.
of knick-knacks.
2 well barrrows, MTD 6 1/2 hp 22" push mower, step ladders, Mac 3200 chain saw, Corona tree pruner, peirt i ;
vests, lots of garden tools, B&D jig saw, B&D drill w/built in level, tool kit, tote with hand tools. ,':Ski .
sander, bird feeders and stands, concrete bird bath, odd lumber, firewood, loads more not listed.
BRING YOU OWN CHAIR, BOXES. FOOD AND SODAS AVAILABLE
Announcements for both auctions have precedence over all advertising.
Terms of auction: Cash debit card or check wilD, Visa, or MC card. 12% Buyer's Premium plus tax, 2 :
w/cash or check
Auction by KEYSTONE AUCTION SERVICE
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better lives start with bet-
ter beginnings. All inter-
ested applications
should apply to ECS,
100 Bell Teol Way, Suite
100 Jacksonville, Florida
32216. Resumes may
be faxed to 904-726-
1520 or e mailed to
sdayton@ecs4kids.org.
ECS is an Equal Oppor-
tunity/Affirmative Action/
Drug Free Employer
LANDSCAPE/NURSERY
-ELP needed. $10 per
hour. Must have valid
drivers license & reliable
transportation, M-F. Call
Phil at 904-759-6073.
NAILTECH NEEDED par-
tial clientel preferred. Call
352-473-6030.
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 2
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. '
LABORERS WANTED.
Must have DL. Must be
able to lift over 100lbs.
Call 904-964-8596.
EPISCOPAL CHILDREN
Services is currently
seeking several profes-
sionals to provide sup-
port and direction of best
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-
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 31to 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 leading
environment and to estab-
lish 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 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.
MAINTENANCE PER-
SON needed. Welding,
machinery, and general
iarm maintenance Slart
ing pay $9 per hour. Call
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Independent clerical work in
Mailroom and Warehouse.
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document shipments.
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in home and community
with disabled persons.
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FT PT available, Tues -
Sat. Call or apply in per-
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laborer or apprentice for
summer help or perma-
nent position. Horse
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CHRISTIAN TEACHERS
needed. Hope Christian
Academy is seeking
qualified Christian teach-
ers of the Baptist faith to
fill new positions created


by our tremendous
growth in students for
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addition to a Christian
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child care field or two
years of college-cus-
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experience preferred,
Full benefits. Back-


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Keystone junior varsity


team settles for 6-all tie


Justin Griffin (far left) runs 65 yards for a touchdown, which would be the Tigers'
lone score in four quarters of play against Port St. Joe and Florida High.


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BY JAMES REDMOND
.Timtes Staff Writer
When the Tigers wrapped up
their spring by playing Port St.
Joe and Florida High in a
jamboree May 18 in
Tallahassee, they did so with
.,,oesb'. 'scores of 20-0 and
ITh ,'A, Id be a concern if it
".as e regular season, but
Uinio"I head coach Buddy
Noble jand thpeae vn a.,s a
;:eJrni'ng expirr .i' tor a
0ing tenim .
g un"T'Tis is go 't-a'o be a
rebui$.ing er, .| les ,said
"This, game ca\v n"i'~ our
guys ame et'p ne the',
needed 'r-
Tho> Tigers held their own
agjin't the Sharks in the first
quarite of play, shutting out
the defending. Class A
champions. The Sharks'
defense did the same against


Union, leaving the contest
scoreless during the first 12
minutes.
The second quarter would be
a different story.
It took less then two minutes
for the Sharks to score on a
-running play that covered 23
yards. After a three-and-out by
the Tigers, the Sharks scored
again on a 34-yard pass play.
Union's offense moved the
ball, but could not find the end
zone in the 20-0 loss.
The Tigers did have a few
highlights during their two
quarters of play against Port
St. Joe. A fumbled punt was
recovered on Port St. Joe's 23-
yard line and the Tigers were
also able to block an extra
point.
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A larger, more aggressive,
Florida High team wasted no
time getting on the scoreboard.
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minutes later they made the'
score 14-0.
The Seminoles a&ded"
another score when 'jheir
quarterback hit a 12-yard pass
that turned into. a" 75-yard
touchdown reception.
Union's lone score 6.'the
game would come with 9:03
left in the contest. Ruiiring
back Justin Griffin, playing
quarterback for the injured
Austen Roberts, carried the
rock 65 yards for a touchdtwh.
Halfback Josh Mitchell
tacked on the two-point
conversion to leave the final
score 21-8.
A highlight against Florida
High was the blocked field
goal by the Tigers. It was the
second blocked kick of the
night.
After the four quarters of
play,.,Nobles said the numbers
on the board were not what the
game was all about.
"We were here to see what
our guys could do," Nobles
said. "Game experience is
what we were looking to .get
for our players."
Nobles said he would have
liked to have had Roberts at
quarterback.
"It would have given us a
little better idea of exactly.
where we're at," Nobles said.
"Even so, I know if Austen
can't go, we :have Justin who
can. It gave him. some
experience if he has to play
that position." ..
Nobles did admit he was
going to have to work on the
Tigers' offensive line for the
fall.
"We had six players sign
scholarships last year, five of
which were key to both our,
offensive and defensive lines,;"
Nobles said. "We. have to
develop the talent we have to
take those positions."
Nobles won't have to wait
too long to begin the process.
The team begins summer
workouts on June 12.


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Telegraph Staff Writer
Dillon Van Wagner gave his
team a chance to break a tie in
the closing seconds, but the
Keystone Heights junior
varsity football team could not
score in three plays from the
Hawthorne 33, leaving the first
half of action in a May 18
spring classic in Keystone tied
at 6-all.
Van Wagner intercepted a
pass, giving his team the ball
with 14 seconds remaining.
Van Wagner, who also played
quarterback, tossed two
straight incompletions before
being chased out of the pocket
and dropped for a 6-yard gain
as time expired. '
Thus ended the half that
began on a positive note for
the home team when the
Indians took more than five
minutes off the clock with a
15-play scoring drive.
Keystone had possession of
the ball first and got several
nice runs from Kyle Cravey,
Scott Walker and Marcel
Robinson. Robinson had two
runs of 10 yards and one of 13
yards as the Indians marched


Keystone's Dillon Van Wagner intercepts the ball
late in the game.


75 yards, capping the drive
with 'a 1-yard run by Van
Wagner. Van Wagner had a
clear path to the end zone after


fakingta halnd.'ff t,_ one of his
backs.
See JV, p. 12C


IKHHS
Continued from p. 6C

tackle to gain 12 yards.
Runs by Clayton Mosley,
who will be a sophomore, and
Story netted 'two more first
downs before Taylor hauled in
a short Lott pass for a 4-yard
touchdown,
McLeod was true on the
PAT again to cap the scoring.
Dickinson saw a lot of
positive things on the field.
The play of such returners as
Lott and Taylor was probably
expected, but Dickinson was
also pleased with the job
Yarbrough did at wide
receiver/defensive back and
with Mosley, who played
corner back as well as seeing
some action at quarterback and
running back.
However, the real work still
lies ahead for the Indians.
"Our big key is what we do
during the summer,"
Dickinson said. "I think if we
continue to get stronger and
the kids work hard, we've got
a chance of maybe being a
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The first half of 2006 is
upon us and from a fishing
standpoint, it has been a great
year. Our area lakes and rivers
have produced excellent
catches of bream, bass, specks
and catfish, though our fishing
holes are in need of some rain
(that will probably happen
later on in the summer).
As we approach our summer
pattern of fishing, we tend to
slow down a bit and that
probably has more to do with
heat than the fish. The actual
fishing scene is looking great.
Most folks associate
speckled perch fishing with
wintertime and cold
temperatures. That's generally,
true. I used to think my father
picked the coldest days of the
year to go speck fishing and
kill hogs. "The colder the
better," he always said, and it
nmakes._the specks.bunch utip in
schools and easier to locate
The hog-killing thing is a


no-brainer. Anyone who's ever
killed hogs knows that the fire
under the broiler used to scald
the hog is also used to keep
warm.
The truth is some of the best
speck fishing around can be
had in January through March,
but a lot of folks overlook
summertime for speck fishing.
I saw some of the finest specks
anyone would.be proud of last
Tuesday and they came from
Hampton Lake. Specks
generally hold in deep water as
the temperatures rise and you
can catch them-just. as. easy.
during June and July as you
can in January and February.
Every speck fisherman has
his secret method and let me
tell you some are as tight-
lipped as biting into a green
persimmon. The main rule of
speck fishing is you must be
.trolling The rest is all Ltp to
the fisherman.
You can use jigs like Beetle


Spins, Hal Flys or Road
Runners, and the key is to
always tip the jig with a
minnow. Call me old-
fashioned if you want, but I
want a minnow on whatever
I'm fishing for specks with.
Of course Hampton Lake is
an excellent lake for specks,
but there are several more a
stone's throw from there.
Santa Fe, Lochloosa, Kingsley,
Alto, Sampson, Palestine and
Ocean Pond are just a few in a
long list of speckled perch
holes.
The bass-fishing scene is
beginning to idle down to the
annual summer pattern. Bass
are schooling in area lakes and'
the action can be non-stop.
Santa Fe and Little Lake Santa
Fe are excellent"'evening
-locations for schooling bass.
The-east side of Lake Alto has
been active for schooling bass
(in the '70s, when I lied on
Hampton Lake, I caught
schooling bass up to 8 pounds
in the summer months).
The saltwater scene'is hotter
than fire. Speckled. trout and
reds are plentiful in the Gulf
and the action on the east coast
is excellent for flounder, trout
and reds.
I enjoy every type of fishing
the good Lord has blessed us
with, but I'm getting hooked
op saltwater fishingD .a hu'.r,,
A recent trip with my'
'daughter, Sarah, to Sisters


Creek off the St. Johns
produced 14 flounder, a keeper
trout and a keeper red. Not
only were they fun to catch,
they were also a lot of fun at
the supper table that night.
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with a .22
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who lives on
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Santa Fe, A
killed the
animal, which
he said was
trying to kill
one of his
cows. 1.


Santa Fe. I'm sure schooling
bass will play a role in the
weigh-in.
I'll catch up with you on the
south end of. Hampton Lak~e,
throwing a ribbit frog. I told
you they would knock the fire
out of it.
Gone fishing .


BC Pop
Warner is
registering
Saturday
Children, ages 7-15,
interested in participating in
.the Bradford County Pop
Warner program. as either a.
player. or cheerleader can
register Saturday: May 27,
from 10 a.m.-noon at the
Bradford County Fairgrounds..
For more information,
please call (904) 368-0273.


UC hoops
camp starts
May 31
The "All About Hoops"
summer basketball camp is set
to begin Wednesday, May 31,
at .the Union County High
School gym.
The camp runs through June
3 and is 8 a.m.-2 p.m. each
day.
For more information.
please call ,Perry. Davis at
(386) 496-4378.-


Win together, lose together,
play together, stay together.
-Debra Mancuso
***


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Mike Bradley (far left, back) and Terry Bradley (far right, back) are pictured with
the Casting for Kids winners, Kyle Taylor and Forrest McCord, and a
representative of Bradford Bassmasters. Terry's.Huntin' and Fishin' sponsored
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the following week. He was
Compassionate C RO FT told if he began experiencing
Friends are Continued from p. 3C continuous pain in his chest to
Fgo to the emergency room.
there took another Prilosec, sat up He eventually made the
for a while, then went back to decision to go to the
Every day you should hug bed when the pain went away. emergency room when he
your children and give thanks The pain returned on his"trip stopped for lunch in
that they are a part of your life. home, but his blood pressure Macclenny. The pain had
This advice comes from people' and heart rate, which he shifted to the left side of his
who know best what is checked later, were normal. chest, his left elbow ached and
irreplaceable-a unique However, the endoscopy he was getting winded easy.
organization called The revealed there was no damage Croft met his fatheLr inLLake_
CompassionateFrienmds..-.------to---roft-'-e-so-h-pagTis7-Ti ---BTt-ifa-n-d-ey they n drove to
ach. year more than doctor told him to go have his Alachua General Hospital in
228,000 children and young gall bladder checked and to Gainesville.
adults die in the United States. also-see a cardiologist. Croft "One thing I've learned is
This is every parent's worst set up an appointment with his when you go into an
nightmare: The Compassionate father's cardiology group, emergency room and you tell
Friends is a mutual assistance, which couldn't see him until them, 'I'm having some chest
nonprofit, self-help
organization that offers support
and understanding to families
'who have experienced the death
of a child. It is open to anyone T
who has lost a child, and there
is no charge or fees.
If you or someone you know
has lost a child, simply call
Alice Watts at (352) 473-7162,
ext. 42, and leave a message.
' The Compassionate Friends
support group meets on the
first Monday of each month at
7 p.m. behind Trinity Baptist
Church in the Potters' house
Trinity Baptist is located on
S.R. 21 in Keystone Heights.


Feeling
bullied?
An organization called
Citizens Against Bullies is
being' formed for anyone
experiencing escalating
incidents .of bullying. For
more information, e-mail
cabbc@.earthlink.neti.


Host an
exchange
student
The PAX Exchange Program
offers your family the
opportunity to share your daily
life n iih an international
exchange student for a semester
or school year.
PAX students have their
S own spending, money and
insurance and just need a
supportive -.. family
en ironment, a place to sleep
and study'and family meals. *
For further information, call
PAX community coordinator
Dawn Brown ai (386) 496-
9783.



Bradford
athletes can get
free physical
June. 5
Free sports physical will be
offered for Bradford County
students on Monday, June 5,
front_ 4:30-6:30 p.m., at Shands
Starke. m u
Parents must accompany
their children in order to fill
out paperwork.




jv
Continued from p: 10C
The Indians were stopped by
the*Hornets on the two-point
conversion attempt.
Robinson again had some
good runs for Keystone on its
next possession, but a holding
penalty on third-and-2 from
the Hawthorne 32 eventually
forced the Indians to punt.
The Hornets then responded
by putting together a nine-play
touchdown drive. Nathan
Buchanan had three runs for
30 yards, the third resulting in
:a first down.at the Keystone
22:"' t
Still, Keystone's defense
looked as if it would hold. The..
Hornets had an incompletion
on first down and Buchanan
was dropped for a 1-yard loss .
by Eric Hunt and. Lee Lambert
on second down.
On third down, the Hornets
cashed in. when Aaron Harriot
scored a 23-yard touchdown
on a pass from Jimmy Johnson
with 4:02 left to' play.
Lawrence was stopped on the
- two-point conversion.
Hawthorne, after forcing
Keystone to punt the ball.
started a'possession on its own
46-yard line' with .,1:12
remaining. That put the
Ho nets in pretty good position
to ti-y to get the winning score,
but the Keystone defense
didn't give up anything. Brett
Anderson and Bryce Wilson
combined on a tackle for a loss
of ,-::8 yards. Lambert then
broke up a. pass on. second.
down before,. Van Wagner
:. came up with his interception.


pains and pain in my left arm,' schedule the surgery for the "He said, 'You are blessed
you don't wait," Croft said..- next morning or the day after. that you are even here,'" Croft
An EKG proved to be "I found out later he was said.
normal, as did Croft's blood trying to assemble a surgical Croft had surgery the next
pressure and heart rate. A team to go right in that day and things went well. His
doctor asked him several afternoon because he was chest tubes were removed
questions about his lifestyle afraid I would not make it earlier than usual following
and if he had experienced through the night," Croft said. surgery and a doctor told him
certain symptoms, which he A friend of Croft's who his heart, after it was restarted,
had, not realizing they were worked at the hosptial was beating s toud~-an.dso
signs of heart disease. informed him that one of his, strong that it was as if no_
Croft underwent a heart arteries that was b,.Lked.-the --..surgery-had-befi dine.j"' .
........ terizatig.ater,.hich-the --TeTr f anterior descending It amazed the operating
doctor told him he wanted to artery-is referred to as the room staff, but not Croft.
schedule surgery as soon as "widow maker" in the medical "I said, 'Well, there was
possible. One of Croft's community because if another doctor in the room
arteries was 100-percent someone has severe blockage with you that you might not
blocked and two were 99- of that artery, they usually have known,about.' God has a
percent blocked. The doctor don't have time to make it to way of taking care of all,"
told Croft he wanted to the hospital. -.Croft said.


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