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Publication Date: 5/26/2011
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USPS 648-200 Two Sections Lake Butler, Flor


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ida Thursday, May 26, 2011


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City of Raiford says 'no' to beer sales on Sunday


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

There was standing room
only at a recent Raiford Town
Council meeting held on May
17. More than 30 concerned
citizens were in attendance to
express their thoughts on the
Town of Raiford potentially al-
lowing beer and alcohol Wsaks
on Sunday, a day that has al-
ways been considered sacred
and holy by most.


Originally presented to the
board during the April 12 meet-
ing, Chairman Michael Dobbs
had motioned for the board to
approve the' sales and the mo-
tion was seconded by Council-
man Michael Gordan on the
hopes that the change would
provide much-needed sales tax
funding to the to\\n.
I however, after much thought
and numerous complaints ifrom
concerned citizens, Dobbs an-
nounced that after "person-


ally wrestling with the issue for
some time" he felt as though he
had made a mistake and wanted
the opportunity to resolve the
problem.
"Sometimes you do things
without really realizing what
you've done, and I'mI sorry for
that," said Dobbs, addressing
the crowd. With that, Dobbs
notilfed the board of his inten-
tion to rescind his decision to
allow beer sales on Sunday.
Before the motion went to the


board for a final vote, discus-
sion quickly broke out begin-
ning with Councilman (Gordan,
"Selling beer here on Sunday
is not going to change things."
(iordan explained that his con-
corn was with the revenue it
could possibly generate for the
town.
One citizen in the crowd re-
acted to (iordan by shouting,
"We're teaching our children
that it's okay, just do it," refer-
ring to the availability of alco-


hol sales on such a sacred day.
In response, Councilman
Channing Dobbs said that the
decision was "a moral one de-
pending on how you look a it."
He added that, "rightfully done,
the decision should be left up to
the voters."
After offering to hear ad-
ditional comments from any
one present, the motion was
again presented to the board,
this time by Councilwoman
Rebecca Bryant, to abolish the


sale of beer on Sunday in the
Town of Raiford. Council-
woman Mary Ann Whitten sec-
onded the motion and opposing
board members, Councilman
Channing Dobbs, and Council-
man Gordan spoke their nays.
With a tie vote, 2-2, Chairman
Michael Dobbs voted for the
abolishment of the sales and the
motion was passed.
The final decision was met

See BEER page 2A


LB Apartments, UCSO forge partnership to fight crime


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

In an effort to strengthen the
partnership between the Lake
Butler Apartments, located at
1005 S.W. 6h Ave. in Lake
Butler, and the Union County
Sheriffs Office (UCSO) a satel-
tte substation has been opened
within the apartment complex.
The purpose of the substation
is to give the UCSO officers the
opportunity to meet with resi-
dents regarding criminal com-
plaints, law violations and to
interview x witnesses, victims and
suspects.
Ann Queen, LakeButler Apart-


ment manager since December
2010 manages 48 apartments
representing more than 100 resi-
dents. She takes pride in having
a zero-tolerance policy and the
UCSO supports her in the same
goal of maintaining a safe living
environment for the residents.
Union County Sheriff Jerry
Whitehead said, "This is just one
more tool we can use to not only
solve crime but to prex ent crime
from occurring. The use of this
office and our partnership with
the LB Apartments \\ill help us
to continue to keep the citizens of
Lake Butler and Union (C'onlt
safe."
Queen and Ut'SO currently


have plans to establish a formal
Crime Watch group in the apart-
ments where residents will be
educated in the types of crimes to
look out for, what to report, and
how to make their neighborhood
a safer one.
"Community involvement and
reporting suspicious behavior are
ways that we can all keep our
neighborhoods safer," said Sher-
iff Whitehead. "We ask ever rone
to participate and report any sus-
picious behavior."
To report a crime or suspicious
behavior, please call the I ICSO) at
38o--419-25 1. Reports can also
be made anoni n\ousl0 at \\ \\.
unionsheriff. us.


UCHS seniors will march


in caps and gowns June 3


-BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Timeles Editor
With graduation just over a
,veek away, there are some very
important reminders that seniors
need to know.
All senior debts will need to
be paid before a graduating se-
nior will be able to pick up his'
her diploma. Tanya Reynolds is
the point of contact for debt in-
formation and can be reached at
the Union County High School
office.
The Senior Awards ceremony
will take place in the high school
auditorium on Wednesday, June
I, at 8:30 a.m. Immediately fol-
lowing the ceremony, there will
be a class cap and gown photo
and baccalaureate service prac-
tice. Graduates will need to bring
their cap and gown with them for
the photo.
The baccalaureate service will
be held in the UCHS auditori-


urm at 7 I')p.m. the s.i. nce c cninilg.
Graduates \%ill need to report
to th the UIIS library, dressed in
their cap, gown, and tian\ ll ,iiards
they nla\ haxve rcceivcid, no later
than 6 p.m.
Senior Field I),I \ ill be held
on Thursday. June 2. beginning
at 8:30 a.m. At the conclusion of
field day, lunch \ ill be ser\ ed.
That evening, there \%ill be a
free pizza and Nearbook signing
part) open to all graduating se-
niors beginning at 5:30 p.m. Fol-
lowing the festix cities. the seniors
will proceed to the football field
at 7 p.m. in order to practice for
the graduation ceremony .
Once the big da\ arrives. Fri-
day, June 3. all graduating seniors
need to report to the JROTC room
by 7 p.m., dressed appropriately.
The ladies are asked to \\ ear their
graduation gowns o\cr a; \Ihite
dress or white skirt and blouse to
match the go\n.i. ILadics should
plan on wearing white or black


Udicss shocs.
IhIe gcntinlcin I lie asked to
\ Icar their gr.iduation o%%I uis ox cr
black or oilier dark pinlt Jcans
xill not be a; pernnitted. D)rcss
shliril, nee lto be white or pastel
iin color ith l a tie. DIiirk socks
,ndil dress, hoc shoeSould alsol be
x orn.
No Ilip-flops or sandals \\ill
be allowed for male or female
graduates.
The graduation stand \ill be
placed at mnidfield facing the
home stands. In order to .bring
spectators closer to the gradua-
tion stage, there ill be rescr ed
field-le\el seating. Access to this
seating area \\ill be limited to
ticket holders onl\. Guests x\ill
present their tickets at tile gated
entrance on the south end of tlhe
home stands in order to be admit-
ted onto the field. All other at-
tendees x\ill sit in llhie stands iust

See GRAD page 2A


Rimes to take helm at LBES


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor
Though most Urjon County
students are eagerly counting
down the days till summer vaca-
tion begins, the Union-County
School Board is already think-
ing about the 2011-2012 school
year. With Lake Butler Elemen-
tary School Principal I.ynn Bish-
op set to retire on June 30. the
board appointed current LBES
Assistant Principal Stacey Rimes
.to the post.
A mother of five, Rimes has
worked for the Union County
School District since 1992 where
she began her career as a fifth
grade teacher at Lake Butler
Middle School. She continued to
teach at LBMS until 2009 when
she became the current assistant
principal of LBES.
Her educational background
includes: an associate's degree
from Santa Fe College, a bache-
lor's degree in elementary educa-
tion from the University of North


Stacey
Rimes was
named as the
new principal
at Lake Butler
Elementary
School for
the 2011-2012
school year.
Current LBES
Principal Lynn
Bishop Is
retiring.


Florida. and a mas-
ter's degree in education leader-
ship from Florida A&:M. Rinies
also received her National Board
Certification in 2003.
"LBES already operates like a
well-oiled machine," said Rimes.
"I intend to continue to seek that
excellence by keeping the currienl
system of organii/aion in place.
Looking at data, we notice tIhat
we need to incorporate more sci-


ence inlo our current curriculum.
Also, \vith the new evaluation
sy stem implemented by the state.
I will provide professional dcvcl-
Sopnment to my teachers so they
understand exactly how they will
he evaluated."
'Though Rimes is determined
to help her teachers succeed, her

See NEW page 2A


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Lake Butler Apartments Manager Ann Queen and UCSO Crime Prevention
Deputy Todd Hanlon stand proud in front of the newly installed sign
announcing the UCSO substation.


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June 16-Australia
Come throw a boomerang
and talk like an Aussie
while you learn about
the land Down Under.

June 23-North America
Head out to the Old West
and explore the American
frontier with a cowboy.

June 30-Asia
Find your inner chi with
Sensei Stitt. A martial arts
demonstration will be given
in an Asian atmosphere.

July 7-Antarctica
Snow and ice will be
the.theme of the day.
Dip into water that's far
too cold to swim in.


Summer library

programs

announced

A free program will be held
every Thursday morning
at 10 a.m. beginning June
16. Programs include story
time and activities. The
whole family is welcome.


July 14-South America
Parrots, spiders and snakes
will be available as the Santa
Fe Zoo presents animals
from South America.

July 21-Europe
A magical mystery tour of
Europe will be conducted
by the Great Loudini.

July 28-Africa
From the sands of the
Sahara to the green
jungles... the land of the
pharaohs will be explored.

Aug. 6-Around the World
The end-fo-the-summer
party will be held with food
from around the world.
Wear a bathing suit.


The Union County Public Library is located
at 250 S.E. 5th Ave. in Lake Butler
386-496-3432


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Youth choir sing
at First Christian
First Christian Church of Laki
Butler, located at 155 N.W. 1'
St., is hosting the Joyful Noise
Youth Choir ofCornelia,.Ga., or
Sunday, May 29, at 6:30 p.m.
The event is free and open t(
the public. For more information
please contact the church at 386
496-3956.

LBES yearbooks
have arrived
The 2010-2011 annual Lake
Butler Elementary School year,
books have arrived and extras
are available on a first-ponte
first-served basis. The cost is
$30, cash only, and may they be
purchased at any time between
7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.

Memorial Day
ceremony set
The American Legion, Pos
153 of Lake Butler will hos
a Memorial Day ceremony
beginning at 10 a.m. on Monday
May 30, at the Union County
Veterans Memorial, located or
Main Street next to the Masonic
'lodge building.
The guest speaker will be Lt
Col. Richard E. Bittner, inspector
general for the Florida Air
National Guard and the deputy
inspector general for the Joint
Forces Headquarters located in
St Augustine.
The event is open to the
public.

Early release
days announced
The Union County School
Board has announced June 8-
10 as early release days. Please
make note of these dates.

Free vocational
rehabilitation
offered
S Do you have a physical or
mental disability that prevents
you from acquiring a job? If so,
Vocational Rehabilitation may
be able to help. Vocational Re-
habilitation provides services for
eligible people with physical or
mental impairments that keep
them from working.
These services can help with
medical treatment, job placement
and training.
For more information in Union
or Columbia counties, please call
386-754-1675.

Rec Board
members
needed
The city of Lake Butler is
looking for two citizens to serve
on the recreation board. These
are volunteer positions that are
open to people who are interest-
ed in promoting youth recreation
in this area.
Deadline for applications is
Monday, June 6, at 5 p.m. Con-
tact 386-496-3401 for more in-
formation.

City sets
reorganizational
workshop
The city of Lake Butler has
set a special workshop to discuss
the city manager's first year of
leadership. It will also entail dis-
cussion of recommendations and
plans to make future changes to
the city and how it is run.
The workshop will be held on
Tuesday, May 31, at 5 p.m. at
city hall.
The workshop is open to the
public. The purpose of the work-
shop is for discussion only and
no vote will be'taken.
Fro more information, contact
386-496-3401.


Worth

Noting


Assistance provided
to landowners
The Division of Forestry at the
Florida Department of Agricul-
ture and Consumer Services has
announced that the Southern Pine
Beetle Assistance and Prevention
Program will accept applications
from nonindustrial, private forest
landowners beginning through
Monday, June 27.
"Historically, southern pine
beetle outbreaks have occurred
on a six- to 12-year cycle in
Florida and have resulted in mil-
lions of cubic feet of pine timber
killed on thousands of acres,"
said Jim Karels, director of the
Division of Forestry. "Periods of
low activity, as Florida has seen
for the past several years, are an
excellent time to conduct timber
management practices that im-
prove the health of pine stands
and decrease the likelihood of
developing southern pine beetle
infestations."
The program, supported
through a grant by the U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture Forest
Service, offers an incentive pay-
ment 'for landowners who con-
duct a first pulpwood thinning
and partial cost reimbursement
for pre-commercial thinning.
prescribed burning, mechanical
underbrush treatments and plant-
ing longleafpine.
The program is limited to'44
-northern Florida counties located
Within the range of the southern
pine beetle.
Qualified landowners may
apply for no more than two ap-
proved practices per year. Proj-



BEER
Continued from Page 1A

with applause and shouts of
thanks from numerous citizens.
In closing. Councilman Chan-
ning Dobbs said, "It was a deci-
sion that we jumped into with-
out really thinking it through,
but I hope everyone can under-
stand why we did it."


inion Countp Tfimne
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Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
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
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher


Subscription Rate in Trade Area
$39.00 per year:
$20.00 six months
Outside Trade Area:
$39.00 per year:
$20.00 six months


ects must cover at least t0 acres
and funding requests ma\ not e\-
ceed $10,000.
All qualify ing applications re-
ceived during the submission pe-
riod will be e' aluated and r.alnked
for approval.
"I highly suggest that Ilr-
est landowners in Br.ladfrd and
Union counties utili/e this pro-
gram. I ha\c seen ln.ndown ier
benefit froll tllis progri, m lor
several \cars inow\. and it is \w north
it." said Nicole l o1 %a.d, BrAid-
ford Count'i senifo forester.
To obtain application t'orms
and mIore information onll piro-
gram reqtiiremelnts and p1roce-
dures, call Ja\ I'ucker ill It 'iion
County at .38'(-49t.-21)0), and
for Bradford Count\ call Nicole
Howard at 904-9o4-2401: or go
'to www.fl-dof.com.


UC students will
earn awards in
ceremonies

Wednesday, lunee 1
Senior awards ceremony
~ 8:30 a.m., UCHS
auditorium

Thursday, June 2
Pre-K celebration ~ 8:30 a.m., LBES cafeteria

Friday, June 3
4th grade honor roll ~ 8:15 a.m., LBES cafeteria
UCHS graduation ~ 8 p.m., UCHS football
stadium

Monday. .une 6
5th grade honor roll ~ 8:30 a.m., LBMS gym

Tuesday,.mune 7
3"' grade honor roll 8:10 a.m., LBES cafeteria
6'h grade honor roll 8:30 a.m., LBMS gym
2nd grade honor roll ~ 8:45 a.m., LBES cafeteria
Is' grade honor roll ~ 9:20 a.m., LBES cafeteria

Wednesday, .une 8
7'h grade honor roll ~ 8:30 a.m., LBMS gym

Friday, .une 10
8'" grade breakfastislideshow 8 a.m., LBMS
cafeteria
8'h grade awards ~ 10 a.m., LBMS gym

Monday,.Tune 13
Union County adult education graduation 7
p.m., UCHS auditorium

According to Cindy Maddox at the high school. grades 9 II
do not have end-of-the-year awards ceremonies.



Treat for pine beetles,

prevent infestation


Editor:. Teresa Stone-lrwin
Sport. Editor: Cliff Smolly
Advertising: Kevin Miler
Darlene Douglaso
Typeselting: Melioe Noblo
Advertising and
Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray
Classified Adv. Mary Johnson
Bookkeeping: Kalhl Bannott


GRAD
Continued from Page 1A

as Ihey have done in years past.
Each graduate will be issued
four tickets to distribute to spe-
cial guests. These tickets will
not be distributed until tilhe week
ol graduation. In order to receive
the tickets, they nust be picked
up and signed for by the parent
or legal guardian.
These tickets will also be used
in the event of inclement weather
if the alternative plan had to be
enacted. If graduation cannot be
held on the football field, the cer-
emony will be moved to the gym.
Due to limited space, only those
individuals who are in posses-
sion ol the graduation tickets will
be adminited into the commence-
nment ceremony.
If you have any questions
regarding graduation, please
contact the Union County High
School at 38X6-4)6-3040.


NEW
Continued from Page 1A

main Iocus is on the students.
"The needs of students and stu-
dent growth will always be at
the top of my list." said Rimes.
"I look forward to working with
a staff that strives for excellence
and keeps the students first and
foremost in their decisions."


City hall closed
on Monday
City lHall will be closed for
the Memorial Day observance
on Monday. NlMa 30. However,
there w ill be regularly! scheduled
garbage pick up.


UC football
teams collect
canned goods
I he I'nion Count' Highi
School football teaim \\ill be
collecting canned goods at the
Spring foolthall game tonight,
I,I\ 2(. ,igaIM l iSainta Fe. 1The
g,ina stars .1 I1 7 p.m. at Tiger sta-
diuin.
Il lieu oft 111 Cienll t.iIce Ie,
spcI)Ct1i.l s ,ie asked to bring
lihre cnined goods per person.
Slie I ae a Butlcr Middle
School I'ootlbll (C eal hosted a
spring sci iniiagiihCe game on I ties-
dil1\ nilhl in which tll e\, too. re-
tltiesled conned goods in lieu otl
,1n adillllssioll Iee.
Ilihe I union Count\ oolthall
eC. 11,s h \ic ,I goal olf collecting
500i cns thaI t I ill be donated to
area churches and fod banks.


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor

Recently two Union County
High School students traveled to
the annual International Sustain-
ablo \'orld Energy. Engineer-
ing and Environmental Project
Ol\mpiad competition, (also
kno\ n as I-S\WEEP) which was
held May 4-9 in Houston, Texas.
\Vith a total of 440 projects
from 70 different countries se-
lected to participate, ninth grad-
er Ioll\ Tucker and eleventh
grader Kell\ (ira accompanied
l\\ their mothers, presented their
projects.
Ilucker, tie Jdaughter of J.ay
and Marcic Tucker of lake But-
ler, presented her research on
"\\Vhich Conmmon Biomass Feed-
stock \ill P'roduce the Most lin-
erg\""


Gray, the daughter of Elizabeth
Vandiver of Raiford, presented
an engineering project entitled
"Optimization of DBD Plasma
Actuator Geometry for Maxi-
mum Force Production," which
won her the third-place bronze
medallion and $400.
The purpose of the competition
is to spark interest and awareness
of our planet's sustainability
challenges, to help young people
grasp the extent of these issues,
find workable solutions to these
challenges, and to accelerate the
progress toward a sustainable
world by engaging youth at an
early age.
In addition to the competition,
both girls attended field trips to
Johnson. Space Center-NASA
Mission Control and the Houston
Science Museum.


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More thOiin 100 high school
sophomores fIrol across North
F'lorida hai\c been selected to
Attend the Northi Florida HughIh
O'Brian Youth (I lBY) I.eader-
ship Seminar in lIallalhassee tilhe
\\week of l.ne 0 12.
()Te student thia \\ as selected
tI attend the seminar is D)alton
1ol\\ nsend oft Inion County I igh
School. Ihe son of Billy and Jill
F'oansendc, lie ,\\as chosen based
Upon demonstrated leaders ip
and potential for continued lead-
ership gro\sth.
Morgan Duke, an eleventh-
grade tInion lCount\ I light School
student is the daughter of Bruce
and Kell\ Dukes of tLake Butler.
Dukes attended I IOBY last year
and applied to be on the team


alumni.
Iukes and 15 others students
were chosen from among the stu-
dents who attended last year's
seminar. All 16 will return for
the seminar this June.
I O11 Y Leadership seminars
bring together a select group of
Iiigh school sophomores with
groups of distinguished leaders in
business, government, education,
and the professions to discuss
present and future issues. The
goal is to provide the youths with
a stimulating forum for learning
about critical issues while broad-
ening their understanding of their
leadership potential and quest for
self-development.
Just as they did last year
with Dukes, Townsend's trip to


I-IOBY will be sponsored by the
Lake Butler Wonen's Club.
110BY was established in
1958 by the popular actor, Ilugh
O'Brian, following a visit to Af-
rica. O'Briiin was inspired by a
meeting lie had with Dr. Albert
Schweitzer, a philosopher and
Nobel Peace Prize winner.
"One of the thingsSchweitzer
said to me was that the most im-
portant thing in education was
to teach young people to think
for themselves," O'Brian said.
"From that inspiration, and with
the support of others who believe
in youth and the American dream,
I started HOBY to seek out, rec-
ognize, and develop outstanding
leadership potential among .our
nation's youth."


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with the specifications provided with
the Invitation for Bids.
NRRL is located 2 5 miles north of
Raiford, FL on State Road 121 in
Union County, FL Bid packages
and other formation are available
for pick up at the Administration
Office at NRSWA 24276 NE 157th
Street. Raiford FL 32083 All bids
must be submitted on the Bid Form
provided Completed bids are to be
mailed to New River Solid Waste
Association. PO Box 647. Raiford
FL 32083, or delivered to the NRSWA
Administratio c Office After the IFB
opening, thrie b's wiil t11 exaiiined
for compl atn .s nd pr,3irv.cd in
the custody of the Executive Director
NRSWA Purchasing Policy will be
ensued All bids received after the
specified time and date will not be
considered Contact the NRSWA
office at 386-431-1000 for questions
concerning the bid packages Ihe
DEADLINE for submittal in response
to the above IFB is June 2 2011. 2
p m All bids will be opened and read
publicly at this time
5/19 2tchg 5/26-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO 63-2010-CA-0056
FBD, INC./ a Florida corporation
Plaintiff.
vs.
MARTHA RUSS ADAMS.
Defendant
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Notice is hereby given that the
following described property.
Lot 20, Beville Estates, a subdivision
according to the plat thereof as
recorded in Plat Book 2, Pages 35a
and 35b. on file in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court in and for
Union County. Florida
shall be sold by the Clerk of this
Court, at public sale pursuant to
the Summary Final Judgment in the
above styled action dated May 11,
2011, at the Union CountyCourthouse
in Lake Butler Union County, Florida.
at 11 am on June 16, 2011. to the
best and highest bidder for cash
Any person rcaiming an Interest in
any surplus from thIe ',ale. other than
the property owner as of the date of
the notice of Iis porndens, must file a.
claim within 60 clays after the sale
WITNESS my hand and official seal
in the State and County aforesaid this
11th day of May. 2011
REGINA H PARRISH
CLERK OF COURT
By Julia Croft
As Deputy Clerk
Attorney for the Plaintiff
Eddie Anderson
P. Box 1179
Lake City. FL 32056
386-754-0771
5/19 2tchg 5/26-UCT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR UNION COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASENO 2010-CA-0142
BEN CAMPEN,
Plaintiff,
v.
JANET REVELS, a/ka/JANET E
REVELS, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JANE1 REVELS, a/k/a JANET
E REVELS, JOELCHAPMAN,
a/k/a JOEL K CHAPMAN, and
ANITA CHAPMAN a/k/a ANITA B
CHAPMAN, a/k/a ANITA BETH LEE
a/k/aANITAB LEE,
Defendants
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO JANET RFFVELFS, a/ka/JANET E
REVELS, TI- UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF JANET REVELS, a/k/a JANET E
REVELS, and JOEL CHAPMAN, a/k/
A JOELK CHAPMAN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a civil
action has been filed against you in
the Circuit Court, County of Union,
State of Florida, to foreclose certain
real property described as follows:
Parcel No 4-C of Upland Pines
Plantation, Union County, Florida
Description. A tract of land lying in the
East Half of the Southeast Quarter of
Section 17 Township 6 South, Range


18 East, Union County Florida,
being more particularly described as
follows Commence at the Southeast
corner of said Section 17 and run"
N240'40"W along the East line of
said section. 2490 56' to a concrete
monument, thence run S87'11'01"W
670 13', thence run S2'40'40"E
960.00' to the Point of Beginning, said
point lying on the centerline of a 60'
access easement, thence continue
S2'40'40"E along said centerline
150 00' thence N87'11'01 "E 670 13'
to the East line of said Section 17,
thence run N2'40'40'W, along said
line 150 00' thence run S87'11'01"W
670 13 to the Point of Beginning
Conditions In all future sales of
lots in Upland Pines Plantation.
CAMPEN shall include in the Deed
of other instrument conveyance the
following language By acceptance
and recordation of this instrument,
Grantees acknowledge that they are
aware that the access roads within
Upland Pines Plantation have not
been built to ;ne specifications of
Union Coutntiv adnd have not been
educated noer .iacepted as public
roads by Unioin County. but are private
loads to c' used and maiiitained
by the ow, ners of the property within
Upland Pines Plantation Grantees
further acknow;edage and agree that
said roads shall not be maintained by.
accepted as nor dedicated to Union
County as public roads until such
line as s. d roads are constructed
to the spec ficalions of and accepted
t", ri:jn !',' -j! oi.;t; of such
Uplani i ',nes '"antation ,Owners
Association
You are requierid to filt' a wrirten
response vith the Courlt and serve
a copy of your written d fernse's if
any to it on i crlothy (. Paidgeftt.
Plain.if's ttPlrnt!y hose address
is m 'e tay thmn on .rre en Ciorcli e
lalt ihas;. be entered again 308 t ,u for
thirty (.30 d s from th date of first
the citf :! *tjIsCLERK OF THE CbefoURT
sert.ice on Plaintiff attorney or
imotmehatey thereafter otherwise a
default ill be entered against you Cor
the relief demanded in the complaint
Dated this 16- day of May 2011
REGINAH PARRISH
CLERK OF THE COURT
By Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Attorney for Plaintiff
Timothy D Padgetl. Esq
Timothy D Padgett PA
2878 Remington Green Circle
Tallahassee. FL 32308
850-422-2520 phone)
or 850-422-2567 (ax)
5'19 2tchg 5/26-UCT


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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No.. 63-2011-CP-0012
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARY HELEN MCMILLEN
WATERS
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
MARY HELEN McMILLEN WATERS,
deceased, whose date of death was
April 19, 2011, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Union County, Florida,
Probate Division, the address of
which is 55 West Main Street, Room
103, Lake Butler, Florida 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 req(llired to
be served must file their claims with
this court WITHIN IHll LAII1. OFI
3 MONTHS Al Itl 11H1 I IM Of0
THE FIRST PU111 ICAI ION (Of t111IS
NOTICE OR 30 l)AYIS At II Ht Ilt
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COP'Y )i
THIS NO] ICE ON THLME
All other creditors of the decedenclt
and other persons havii claims or
demands against decd(nht's estate'
must file thift claims with this couLrt
WITHIN 3 MONTHS 4A 1f1 tIll
DATE O IIIli I' ,i;l i'Ut l It AlII IN
OFr 111IS NOi IC
ALL t'lAIM' Ni 1 I II ',' i i IN
lilt IlM t I'i f l 1:; 'I i. ; 1 1 H1
IN L (l: ItN ,. it i).' I HI
IN I GI l't()N / I0 c .'ii 1 Iii
FLOILl1A FI(10HAll tt0lW Willt I[i
iO[ Vo Vt H PAIt nI
NOIWIIISIANDIN6l T It IllF.
P1ltIO)[)S S [ I OH l ANIHHi 'I ANY
Cl AIM I 11I D I IWO .' Yli A;S O()
MOiHF At 11iH t HI 111 P C I' if NI',
[)AIL (Of ) All I:S lHAiH l
IThe date of fir!, puilliatlion ol(f li;
notlict is May 'I6 ; :i 11
Attorney fori P'rsonil
RFepreslen..t, tiv, .
Abel A 'Putnam
Florida Bar Numcber 0.-100i'iO
Putnam Creighton & Aith. PA
Post Office Box 35145
Lakeland. Florida 33802-3545
Telephone (863) 682-11 78
Fax (863) 683-3700
E-Mail aapCo putnampa corn
Personal Representatives
Susan W Meier
1010 E Bougainvillea Way
Bartow. Florida 33830
Karen E Jenkins
420 SW 2nd Avenue
'.ake Butler. Florida 32054
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Story of David will be told in dance


George 13alancliine once said, lancerss
arc instruments, like a; piano Ihe
choreographer plays."'
"Over the past five years, all of the
dancers of Kelly ('hrislic )ancTe Academy
have been music lo the cars and joy to
the heart," said Kelly ('hristie, owner and
director of KCD)A.
This conviction was Christic's inspiration
for this year's spring performance, "Aflcr
God's Own IHeart: A Story of God's Grace
and Forgiveness."
Citizens of Union County have had
the opportunity to experience unique
representations of a variety of stories Itrom
"The Nutcracker" to exodusus," and "After
God's Own IHeart," the slory of )David
told through dancing, promises to Ice no
exception.
All of the K('I)A daiincers, as well Ias
Andrd Valladon, principal dancer for'l)ance
Alive National liallet, will Ibe featured in


this presentation. Also showcased will be
Ihe musical talents of local favorite singer/
songwrilcr,J.ustin I:reeman,as well as other
talented musicians and vocalists: Tim
Allen,Amanda Spires and Lisa Wood.
Many more vocalists and actors from the
community will take part in the production
this weekend.
"After God's Own Heart" will be
presented this Saturday, May 28, at the
Union County High School auditorium.
There are two performance times: 2 p.m.
and 7 p.m. Admission is $5 at the door.
For those interested in advancing or
beginning their training in dance, KCDA
will be holding a summer camp May 30-
June 17.. Genres taught include: ballet,
pointe, jazz, tap, hip-hlop, and acrobatics.

Ior moire information, please visit: www.
kellychristiedance.com or contact KCDA by
phone at 904-364-6368.


Click It or Ticket campaign in progress


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times -Editor

One of the easiest things mo-
torists can do to protect them-
selves in a crash is to fasten their
seat belts while in a moving ve-
hicle. That is the message that
Florida Highway Patrol (FHPI) is
delivering to motorists \ ho defly
Florida's safety belt law and ife-
glect to buckle up.
FHP will join local and na-


LBES top

Accelerated

Readers
l.a ke BLutler I lhI cnilr\
School studellts, \\10 hli l
earned 5)50 or more p inllts in thil
Accelerated Reader progiiln
o\cr the lasl Ifew \ \ccks,. and
\\who lae earned at lsl )l
pelrcentI on thl e assocMiated ttis
are: Joseph Bell.i. Ja\lon lDis-
tlon. I ake I laNis, IPhillip I I'l-
ris. I ti\ania1 I h linle I l ili.i
Kcll A-\sil' n hrt. li is \lun-
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Adenla ('itCrl lit e. ,ind k.\ sic.us nc
Yoilngl


tional law enforcement officers
and highway safety advocates all
across the country for the 2011
national Click It or Ticket safety
belt enforcement mobilization
that runs through Sunday, June
5. During the mobilization, of-
ficers will crack down on motor-
ists \% ho fail to fasten their safety
belts.
Florida law requires all drivers
and occupants in the front seat
of a vehiclee to fasten their safety


LBES Tiger Cubs
named
S.\cr\ s\wek teachers of lake
ituller I lenie tars choose one or
llorCe sludCllts as Iiger C('u for
tllc \e ck. Figer Cub'ls are chosen
bhIased oni a student's perforllmanlce
.nd l.bcha\ ior. I hiss eeck's Tiger
(Cubs .ire: Jail\n Sirmones. lIen
th.iai .. .l.ackson Perkins. L.and-
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Nocgcl. Iris I holitas., Brandon
Sipp. Suniiier I eis, Mia Cha-
\,iii, \usiin Ml cl)Daniel. Jaki\'a
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18, regardless of where they sit in
a vehicle, also must buckle up.

Motorists cited for failure to
buckle up face a non-moving vi-
olation that carries about a $100
fine, depending on which county
the citation is written. Violations
of State Statue 316.613 entitled
Child Restraint Requirements in-
clude fines of around $149.


volleyball coach, Trudy An-
drewss. along with junior varsity
volleyball coach Angela Tucker,
will be hosting two different vol-
le ball clinics this summer for
girls in grades three and up, en-
titled "UC Attack at the Net Vol-
le\ ball Clinic."
Tlhe first clinic will be open
to girls in grades three through
eight and will be held daily from
9 a.m. to 12 p.m. the week of
June 20-23. The cost is $30.
The second clinic is open to
high school athletes in grades
nine through twelve, from 9 a.m.
to I p.m. the \ week of July 25-27.
I he cost is $50.
Registration forms may
be picked up at all three area
schools. For more information.
please contact Andrews at 352-
494-4(02.

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4A Union County Times Thursday, May 26, 2011


NOTICE OF TAX SALE




Notice is hereby given that on the 26th day of May 2011, 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 R10000700 $277 39
-0, I 7-01.00l-( 00 08 3-0
l41 AC 0 113026110188
MtCMIIIl AN JIMMIE I ERRELL E
1 CO BR1'CE RIi 1'C


OR1L ANDO1, : 1 32835
COM (,P SF COR OF :SWI1/4 OF
S' I -IW. 6ol 42 FT, N.
73 10 FtI 1 NRAV OF SR
-238&0 PO1 N. 125061 FT,
I DD'L. LEGAl. SEE TAXROLL)

2 R0001000 $354804
01-00-17-00-000-0012-0
I 00-AC OB0188P0230
ANDREWS JESSICA LEIGH
817 SW' CR 245
1.AKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM ,2 NE CORl O1 NEIi4 OF
NE I 4. RUN S00*01 O '03E
AI.NG E LN THEREOF 597 99
FT. S8Q947'30"W42 42 FT
(A-D'L LEGAl. S EE TAXROLL)

3 R0001100 $28865
01 -0-17-00-000-0013-0
28 7 AC OB0O88gP0230
MOS1.EY DA\VID) & OLIVIA
8617 SW CR 245
LAKE BUTLER, FL.
32054-53.5o
I 3,4 O1FNE ,4I O: NEI/4
1EXC 1DOT RAV'. 1 FSS F:XC
I 00 AC PRC1. D) SC IN ORB
188 P 230 .

4 R0002200 IIX $688 II
SOt-0O-17-4000-00-010-0
I 00.AC OHOtl08'003
BARLOW MICHAEL & DAWN J
8525 SW CR 245
LAKE BUTLER, FL. 32054
COM SE COR OF NEI,4 OF
SEI 4OF NEI/4 & RIUN
SSO*05'l4"\W. ALNG S LN,
37 21 FT TO W RW OF SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

5 R00Oo300 HX $455 7o
3 0-04-18-00-000-0040-0
2 00 AC OB0085P0532
KEEN SIDNEY L SR & VERDIA
9219 NW 10TH LOOP
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9301
CONM AT NW' COR OF S0 W 1/4
OF SE I 4 & RUN S 445 FT
EAST 210 FTN 455 FT& \W
210 FT TO BEG

o R0008700 HX $843 31
01-05-18--00-000-0080-0
,100 AC OB0168P0108
MONTGOMERY 'WALTER M1 &
SHIRLEY A
14695 NW 89TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT SE COR OF N I,2 OF
NWI '4 OF NW I 4 & RLN W TO
\W BDRY OF COUNTY GRANDED
RD FOR POB TH RUN N 105
(.ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

7 R0011200 $243 62
02-05-18-00-000-0014-0
82 70 AC OB0258PO302 -
TODD FLORA MARY WEEKS TRU
MARK INNAN HAMILTON ET AL
1058 NW 13TH ST
STUART. FL 34'994
Wl/2 OF NWI 4. LYING
SE'LY OF COUNTY LINE

8 RQ013200 HNx $31o90
02-05-18-78-000-0030-0
502 AC OB0189P0533
W ILKERSON CHRISTINE tI
781 9NW 7111TH STREET
LAKE BUTI ER. FL 32054
LOT 1 FOX RUN SI'BDIVISION

9 R0011900) H $14119 0
02-1-18-78-000-I010 -0
? -7 AC ( Ot 014-11'01 :2
J \M1FS I AWRFNC I[(1 B& BRI NDA-
1401) NW CR 219)
LKEL II1TI.1R FIL 1:054
1 O 0 BI.K0 1 B I OX RUN SUB

10 R0014700 S'10 28
01-05-18-I )-0010-00 0.0
40 00 AC OBo1 8P0357
(ROIT IVALENE
11711 NW CR 241
LAKE BUIITLER. FI. 12054
f 120OFW1 2 OF Si I 4

I1 R0 I ( (.) $934) )7
0'-05- 18X-(M -00-20-. A
02 110 AC
D GREENFIEDI) LANDS INC(
CGO SUSAN RK I.F\IAN M1 D
6344 MUIR HANDS A'EI
LI JOLLA.CA 9 (037
2. .OF OGM N1 2 SF:I4
SI20 OF NEI 4. Sl 2 OF
51,20 F NE1/4 OF
NEI 4N9W' 4 OF N0 VI 4. Sl 2
OF NW I .4 & N,20 F SW I 4.

12 R0019200 HX $158 34
S1-05-18-00-000-0072-0
IISO0AC OB0124P0271
COTHRAN VERNON A& LINDA
13220 N CR 239
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 0, NWCOR SEl 4. TH SE
ALNGGRD RD 1819 59 FT. TH
NE ALNG RD 1666 68 FT. TH
N 19867 FT.TH W 1396 56
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

Ii R0019700 $110 1
I1-05-18-00-000-0077-0
I OOAC OB01235P0145
CHRISTIE PHILIP & PATRICI
716 SE CAMP STREET
LAKE CITY FL 32025
CONM i NW COR OF SEI/4&
RUN ELY. ALONG N LN
THEREOF 551 '6FT TO INT
WITH E R' OF 0CO RD.E LY.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

14 R0029200 HX $63676
25-05- 18-00-00)-0020.0
I 00AC OBI0)71P0691
I UKAT/ RO(BRT E JR
70R)4 SW 78111. LANF
I.AKE lI1ER.1 9 II. 1201.1
(COM AT I(S OF ('/1,1OF
SR-219& Nil.O1- ISW 1/4I (
qSE 1/4 & III RUN E 2(10 FT
TII S 21011 IT11W 210 1 F
IA91DD. I .EGA SI.L IAXROLI.I

S15 R0031000 $146 96
26-05-18-0--000-00741-0
2 59AC OB0275P0268
CGOFF STEVEN
10552 NW 78 PL
I.AKE BUTLER. FL 12054
SI/2 OF WI/2 OF SEI/4 0F
NWI/40F NWI/4 SUB1JTO
R/W OF 60TH AVE OVER.
ACROSS. & ALONG SOUTIIIDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROIL)

16 R0031300 IIX $55460
26-05-18-00-000-0110.0
24 00 AC OB0224P0418
NETTLES RENEE BEVERLY
10342 NW 791 H PLACE
LAKE BUTI.ER, FI. 32054
COM ATA I'F 412 5 FT E OF
NW COR Of' SE 1 /4 F NW
I1/ ON TIiE N 1/4 SEC I.INE
rl1 RUN S 1120 SF III RUN I:
(ADDL LG:(iAL SEE TAXRO l.)

17 R0012600 $1447 22
28)-05-18-00-0 00010-0
413 31AC
GUTHIREI A K
611 MAIN ST
BIG SPRING. OK 78720
2/3 INT NI/2 OF SWII40 F
SWI/4& 1/3 INT IN NEI/4
SEC 29.

18 80035100 $152 20
30-05-18-00-000-00 10.0
80 00 AC OH216P 0116
IIRANAGAN IBRIAN ) JR &
HRANA(1AN KI.VIN M & SIUTTON
1402 W HAICI:EL(ONA ST
FAMPA. I. 1611-5010
1:1/20F SEI/I COF SIC 30
(OR11 195 p 666)
(SI1 10 F05-18) 1

19 R0015800 IIX $.170 17
S11-0( -1 800-000-002 -0
8 0IAC OIB0097P0497
GRAY DAVID 1D & PAMIEI.A A
3877 NW 38111 I .ANE
I.AK1I IBJUTl.ER. II 32054
COM NW COR SWI/ Til S
71044 FT. THE 911 10 FT
10 PO(, TH E 561 43 FT.
TH S62022 FT.THI W
(A1)D'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

20 R0036000 HX $225 52
11-05-18-00.-000-0025-0
8 00 AC OIO219P0032
RI'H(ARDS CURTIS I.& MALIN
9156,NW 18 1i PI.ACE-
I AK. 111)11.ER. FI. 12054
( )M NW C(OR OFI SWI/4 S-EC


710 44 1F 1TH W 490 59
(ADD'IL LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL)

21 R0036400 $284 II
31-05-18-0-00-000- 50-0
1 72 AC OB0215P0163
BUTTON CLYATT SYBIL
PO BON 1898
BRYSON CITY. NC
28713-1898
E 25 A OF SWI1/4 OF SW1/4
EXC I 1/2 ACS IN SW COR.
EXC ORIO2PAGE I, & EX 2
AC IESC IN ORB 106-238,
(A)D' L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

22 R0038300 FIX $603 35
31-05-18-00-000-0108-0
I 80AC OB0254P0616
ANDREWS JEFFERY L& KIMBE
4477 W SR 238
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
BEG @ SW CORN SEI/4 SEI/4
& RUN E 120 YDS, TII RUN N
157 5 YS, TII RUN W 120
YD)S. T1 R1IN S 157 5 YDS
(AIDD13. LEGALL SEE TAXROLL)

23 R0045200 TlX. $21905
32-05-18-30-000-0110-01
4 78 AC O1018P10154
Mil rCwiLI. MEIVIN EIiGIENE:
4812 N\\91 1 IliRRACI-
.AKE Ul11I1 IR, FI 12054
I.O01 II SUMMERS I'SIAI'S
II(NRCD'))OMI NW COR F1
SWI' AND RLIN'
S89'54'40"E, AL.N N I N.
(ADD'1 L.GAL SEE I'AXROI L)

24 R0(07700 HIX $1347.52
34-0.-18-00.-000O0-0
3947 AC OB0249PO401
GREEN FRANK D
8888 NW 771Tl PLACE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
EI/2 OF El 2 OF SEI/4
LYING NORTH OF RAV OF SR
238

25 R0049500 $57199
34-05-1 S-138-00-00 I-I
2 80 AC OB0246PO012
NICKELSON & ASSOCIATES IN
PO BOX t611
LA-E CITY. FL 32056-3.61
COM SE COR OF SEC 34 &
RUN S8952'4 S"W. ALONG S
LN THERFOFr0O, FT.
N0047T"'E. 14 -95 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TA\ROLL)

20 R0054800 SS57 3
03 0 -1 I -00- 34 1 3-0
1 71 AC OB0232P0054
SCOTT DOCKERY HOMES INC
CONFIDENTIAL
ORB 232 P 54

27 R005507L 582 65
03-00-i S-00-00o-00'730-
22 AC OB0217Po' 80
PLASENCI\ GREDER
7108 S\\ "TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
PART OF THE FOLLOW ING
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(ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

32 ROOoO-OO $58 24
096-096-X 1-3O-WO 90-.
05 AC 01BP101 as:4
BIV INS DALE F
587-, SW -TH STREET
LAKEBLTLER FL 32054
A SQ945 FTFB'I 41 FT IN

FOLLOW ING PROPERTY COM AT
N9\ (COR )F SEC 6 RUN E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

33 RO 1069 ) S1784 17
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3 37 AC 0()1O194PI88
.ASSI.TER JOHN W )R & BFVE
4188 W' SR 218
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4601 SW1 84-HII IRII.
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36 R0071300 1 510679
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06-06-18-81-02A9.00l 0.0-
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41 R0072400 ) IX $1609
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4828 SW451R PI. '
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439 R007541800 $6-I I
06-06- 18-8-10211-02)70.-0
I 02 AC 01217Po14799
FITZPATRICK & INV'SIMENTS

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LAKE BUTLER. FL .12054


.OT 23. PROVIDENCE
VII.LAGE S/DPHASE II AS


RCRD IN P1 2.'P 17(OR11
186, P 477) (SEC 6-6-18)

42 R0081000 $61 67
07-06-18-00-000-0160-C
30 00 AC
STREIF Fl J & HF J JR
325 N ST PAUL
2020 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,
SWI/4 O1:SWI/4 SEC 8
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

43 R0083100 $11051
08-06-18-00-000-0030-A
80 00 AC
LADD PETROLEUM CORP
1300 W SAM HOUSTON 'KWY S
PO BOX 42806
IIOUSTON. TX 77042
1/2 INT IN NEI/I O1: NIEI/4I
& SW 1/4 OF1 NEI/4 & SlI/4
OF NWI/-. & NEI/4I OF
SWI/4,

441 R0083700 $-141,22
08-001-. -00-000-0070-0
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7052 SW 1CR 2-45
1 AKL 111Ul.I:R, FL
120541-9801
(COM At I/S OF: I R/W11. OF
SR S 2.IS WITII N RAV/I. OF
SR S 211I A& RUN N ON R/W
S 245 411 45 I I ) 111RUN E
(ADI)'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL.)

45 R0083800 HX $687 19
08-0o-18-00-000-0071.0
2 00 AC OB0157P0029
MUNDORFF WENDY HEDMAN
76o6 SW CR 245
LAKE BUTLER. FL .12054
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 8 &
RUN S.1303 85 FT TO W'LY
EXTENSION OF N R/W OF CR
S-241-A. E, ALONG N RAV
(ADDL LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

4o R0083900 11X $728 96
08-0-18.-00-000-0072-0
200 AC OB1058P0633
HEDMAN LLOYD & TAMMY
7228 SW 44TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM NW COR SEC 8. TH S
913 81 FT. T1 1 71 48 FT
TO INTERS E ROW CR S245 &
POB. TH E 195 43 FT. TII S
ADD'L LEGAL SEF TAXROLL)

47 R10000500 IX $61 01
08-b-18-00-000-0180-0
1 75 AC OB0084P0130
BROWN EDDIE JAM4JS
5113 SW 47TH-LOOP
LAKE BUTLER. FL. 32034
COMI S SW COR SW\I40 OF
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POB. TH N 180 F 111I1
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IIAMPIIONVEIRNI 1 & AJ.lill Il\i
6897 SW 'CR 241 I
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(ADD'. LEGAL SEE IAXROI I )


60 R0900000 $922 98
09-06-18-00-000-o081.-0


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IIENDRICKS S I1EI'IIllN J & JOA
5035 SW I14311RD S
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FT T1W 3771 TO POB

61 R00900000 IIX $2277'44
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HOLMES SINC(I.AIR I./EI
C/O GARY II1 OIES
6319 SW CR9 2-,1A
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127 R0146700 IIX $168662
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129 R0147200 $126594
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130 R0149100 51668 83
21-06-18-45-000-0230-0
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7790 SW CR 245
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
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(ADD L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

131 R0149200 $63759
21-06-18-45-000-0240-0
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PO BOX 895
WINDER. GA 30680
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150 R01o2.100 IIX $52307
24-00-18-00-000-0057-0
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NORMAN FRANK 1 .& CAIIiFRIN
88o4 SW o50I 1 PIi I
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151 R0126000 IIX $541 .50
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THOMPSON RANDOLPH MCKINLE
8130 SW 50TH PATH
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
ORB 241 P 388
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152 Rl016400 $1401 S5
24-06-18-73-000-0070-0
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JOHNS MALCOLM JEROME
11 S29 SW S8TH TER
SLAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
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153 R0166000 HX $78438
25.00--18-00-000-0035-0
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CREWS JOHN A & PHYLLS D
4170 SW1 94TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9503
COMM AT NE COR OF SEC 25.
RUN S ALONG E LINE.
3000 33 FT FORPOB. RUN S
489 53 FT, W 1016 85 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

154 R016000 HX $86900
25-00-18-55-000-0030-0
5 01 AC OB0209QP0075
HODSDON VERN G JR & DEBR A
3994 SW 9OTH AVE

PARCEL C DESC OR I-17,91
ALSO EASEMENT TO SAN TAF -1:
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SUBDIVISION

157 R017171) $20 22
36-00 18-52-000-0100-0
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LOVELACE GARFIE JOE & GA'
AS CO-TRUSTEES
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158 R0172100 $33 17
36-06-18-52-000-0140-0
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LOVELACE GARFIE JOE & GAY
AS CO-TRUSTEES
PO BOX 87
SUWANNEE, FL 32692
LOT 14 OF BURNS
SUBDIVISION

159 R0172200 $38 9
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LOVELACE GARFIE JOE & GAY
AS CO-TRUJSTEES
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160 R0174500 $375 16
S M-04-19-00-000-I00 12-
2 21 AC OB0266P0O631
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10192 NW 157OR F N WAY
LAKE B((rLER. FL 320S4
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NE N/4R1SS & EXC A800 AC
AS1D SC(IN92 RB 0, P 480

161 R01717(00 $112890
3 1-04-19-00.(X0-001.-0
I 00A(C O01208P0611
IBA 9NI INVIE SIM1 N I l(ROI)P
K/OE RAIL L 2IBANEZ
13015 BISCAYNE ISLAND)2 E R(
NORFII MIAMI. Fl. 11181
COM ) NW ORF OF THE/2 EAST











581 FT OF THE0 N 469 (3 FT9
S/2OF E E I/ OF I4OT 4 OR&
RUN N89"31'04'E. ALNG N
I.N. 688 711FTTO PO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXRO.L0)

162 R0176200 HIX $40897
S3 1-04-19-00-000-0090-0
S00A(AC OB0157P0674
TANNER CIIRISTOPER B & DO
10024 NW 106T(1 LOOP
lake BUTLER FL 320954
SOTHE W 290 F OF TliE EAST
581 F6 23 TIE & 464 23 FT
OF SOlE 12 OF T 4 ORB
118-529

163 R0176900 lX $10 99





1 1-04- 19-00-0-00-0110-0A
6 18A(8 110257[>0180
ASHE IIMMIE SS
11)12 NW 1006111 { O(p
I.AKE 1 IF.RL I .. 32,051
2S1 516( OF /20 IN1 IlAS I
681 19 FTO' EAST 1/2 (0
,OV'T I.OT 4,LESS & I.XC
NORTF 464 /23 OF & I.I.SS &
EXC SOtJTHI 17027(FF '"

164 R0181700 $101.12
33-041- 19- 0"00-0180- A
6 47 A
BAX rER CI.ARISSE
1531 NE 34"1 I PL
GAINESVILI.E0 F1. 12601
21 5166% OF 1/2 IN( SWI/,I
OF SEI/4 SI/2 0F S[.'I/. OF
SW91/4.

165 R0181800 $196,2

* 10178 At'
B1AX loRt'I)AI(lSSI.


1511 NIE 14I111' I.
GAINESVII.LE,. Fl. 12605
0(i & M IN 21 5160% OF0
1/2 INIS3/4 OF SEI:/40 F1
SIEI/4. WI/2 OF SEIiM OF
SWI/4 & NI/4 01) SEII 1OF
(AI)D'1''11GAL SEEI IAXRO.LL.)

166 RO015800 IX $158 34
06-05-1-00-000-0161-0
2 95 AC
CI.ARK TOMMY I.
10530 NW 107TI DRIVE
SLAKE BI I.TER Fl.
32054-9(306
III N 466 7 FT O1 TI E
Sli14/Of- SF1/4, I.YN. IE OF
'COUN IY MAIN RI) I.ESS&
I.X(IPI 11Il. 1: 466 7 IT

167 R01I5900 IIX $21,14306
07-05-19-00-)00-0010.-0
9 18A(' l11 2121')-0147
DAVIS JAMI SA& M IIINDA
10561 W 1W 111i I.1RRA'
I.AKVI 111 1 1 R. It .
12004 94 19'
N 1 OfI NI 1 1/401 NI 1/4
I X( I I 1111 1 70 II AI.SO


0 20 AC PRCI. AS IESC IN
ORBl 212, P47

I1o8 1401l 000 ) 1X $160 72
2,1-05-19-00-(000-0050-0
13 0-1 AC 0110068P0202
AI I IN ARNEI 1'A
I1131 N (CR 231
I A\KI. 1I111. I ER, FL.
120 .1-9402
SI" I M101:F SI 1/4 I:XC SE
/I 1OF SII I/.I OF SE 1/4 &
1-XC P1ARC('ELDISC IN OR 35 P
209 I'SC OR 55 P .120, 55 P
.121, iE C 27 A(' 01 11/307

1) R01)12300 IIX $05040
2.1-1.05 1-00-100-000-0O
S10110AC 011003(1510(209
GR1EN GEORGE W & DOROTIHY
15728 NW 112 1II TRAIL
I.AkI 0Ull IFR. FI.
3:054-1402
(COM(Il i NF1 C(R (OF SEI/4 OF
SE1l-I& RUIIN S. 220 FT, W,
275: I', S.235 13 FT, W.
319 52 FT, N. 455 04 FT
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

170 R0192400 $31688
2-1-05-1)9-00-000-0061-0
I 00AC OB0271P0016
GRFEN GEORGE W JR & NATAS
11117 NCR 231
LAKEU111II.FR. FI. 32054
COM (91 NE COR OF SEI/4 OF
SE1/4& 8RUN SOO*28'43"E,
ALONG E LN THEREOF 220 00
'FT. N8512o'i6"W275 00 FT.
(ADD'1. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

171 RO|l;2800 $23007
24-05-19-00-000-0080-0
II S0 AC 0110149P0490
LU KE ROY E
11375 N CR 231
LAKE Bt!] LER,.FL
32054-9404
CO3M -l NII/4 OF SE I/4 &
RUN W\1' 10 I OF NFI/4
\111 WI Y lR WIt'l. 1OF SR-23 I,
IIl SAI GtI RW 208 71 FT TO
I ADDll I0 I A SEE TAXROLL)

1 I R(0192:00 I1 L 1S18 14
0.-11.-Il )-0 1.0-000-O81-0
OO1 00 AC Oi0150P0311
I U1K WIL.l IA\M l'& DONNA KA
11 179 N CR 211
1 AkF 1:11 I R.1 L .12054
'COM( NI COR NEI:4 OF SEI/4
SC 24. 111 \\W 6015 F' r0O
W\ ROW S211 III S421 78
I' I f'O PO(, I IS 138 23 FT
(ADI)lL I 1 GAl. SEE I'AXROLL)

173 R0194400 $5043 72
25;05-19-00-.000)0070-0
380 o08 AC 01020oP0387
ELIINGTON IIARLIS R CONSTR
PO BOX 257
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-0257
GOV"T .LO 2 NORTH & SOUTH
OF GS & F RR LESS & EXC
R 1WO SR 100 LESS& EXC
2 32 \C DESC IN ORB 20o.
P 1S9

174 R01o70ot S$438 34
o 1-05-1 .o-()-A 1 .(7129.2
2 0 AC B0O21PO0339
\ -TERS RICIIARD & ELIZABET
14075 SW .2ND ST
-LAKE BUITI ER. FL 32054
\ EST 2 AC 1. Sl 2 OF NI 2
OF SEI 4 OF N\\ I 4. SAVE &
EXC PRCL DESC I ORB 164.
P 01. SAID 2 AC BEING
(IADDL I EG AL SEE TAXROLL)

175 R019)7"i $50.s 4
20-05. ( 9 -i),.i-O-.) 531-o
IOOOAC OB OIP4-P78
MOUNDS RO\ JACKSON JR ET A
IPOBOX I'',4
L.AKE CIIY FL 3205o
NI 2 OF SI 2 OF S- I 4 OF
SN\I 4(10( 0\C)ORB 281.
P 4' S SI 'C 2-' 1'i)

(P' ROI1.8 ) $'|0 9'
40, A I C loll'" : 11.3541
IOR 1 1 NI I) )11 C SR & SHli
S9 \\ 1 1RD8I1
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IIII 911 1 SO It2:14 101 '.%I 4


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(AlDDl I (I LtL S E ITAXROIL)

178 Rl.;lllb .) I\ $2214 17

I 5 ,4 A( )11"244P1,144
I I 9)09(97 8HO1) s \1
I '1421. F R tS
I KI III I I I I 19 4 F
IPI. \IPORIO H L I ) 01
11 I 2n0 S I 4I 1\1I(,7 01
NR :2 1 SSI 1 \PI RIN ST
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(ANA1) I -1 I ,I M IAN\ROW1

AI)7' R:) I.1 .41 $ 4AROLL)

I i .\( 0l7211J 1 71)

i8-219W SR 2:18
.I 1 III 11I R II K :0)14
C('(I ,R S ((OR OF SIoC I1



(ADDL I.EGAL SEE TAXROLL)

180 R82')H,> S91 84
31-05.-1|9 -:- -.o.1.2-:
2 18 AC OB(` i44PO,148

9820 \W SR 23
IAKEBLTLER FL 3I0'4
COM IR SI COR OF SEC 31 &
RlON NIl'44 O1W-9\ ALNGW
L, THIEREOF 1140,92: FT TO
POR. iN2IO44 3') I ALNG,7
I \DD'L. 1.1G \L SEE TAXROLL)

181 RO21(,1 1,l S$487 28
32-0I'-190.0 .-0 -]01) .)
9100( 0A O(01281P0412

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12(, N 11I t S- RI I T
M IAMI I l; ,l




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N1I .01 OlIC 1: IINCGwEST
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1ANAI .Nl (1 (,R RDI KNOW AS
IADD. I 1GA N SIE TAXROLL)

182 R0(1207l, II|\ $91') 7
15-05. D- f.o.ngo.O-0
2 0O0 AC
1101 %Tl s HIIOM.AS M




01') S1 I.IM,1 I A,\ M A N
I AKI IIJ l IR 11 12:M .





1A)IN( W(I l 'OI IN Y



III(-It IF ((1( I .NOF 00 W
(AIRAI)I I) R()OAD) A

181 il l 12 l1> IIX $515 INo
RI0.(l 19Al0(.801)-281.0
I 901 A(' (11014- 1'0 602

(2( W (1w(12N1r 00 89Rr
LAK1II (R 1I,(1 00 12094
(i0(,A[ SE0 tOIR 10)O19I
WARDS SI I) SA1l)0PT BEING

RD. TIl LAI G ROW 206 78
IA[)DD'. IE.0GA)) SF.F AXROL.)

184 R0:;12001 IX $77906


OI'KS)' OMMY D. ERIN E


IIGAI Sl 'fOR 1 .09 10
WARDS Sl ')1. P0)IN BEING N
ROW BROWNN ROlER( (RD' TIl
1. 20(1 78 1 01 Il N 4 92' 01
(AD0'1.1 I GAI.SE 611 [AXROI.I.)











(AIDDI 1.1 GAI. SI.E ]AXROILI)


186 1(1021-45 0 IX $1f 596
16-.0-19.00-000-01 61-0
I 00 AC 01110210P0009
MC'(,|INN ROBIER )I R&
SI' I IIARIIARA
15 -I19 SW 1I.1111 1,1o
I.AKI: 11 TI.I.R I. 1205-1
ONE AC I)I.SC IN OR 82 PACGE
218 01 IIIAl. RECORDS 1OF
INION (CO,




772 NI. 2NI) SI
I.AKLIMI .11 LR I. 12054
LOIT4 QUAIL HOLLOW
RE( ORCI1) SUB PI-AT2/3 EXC
OR 160/27 (1 43 A(C)
188 R0222600 IIX $97241
16-05-19-75-000-0020-0
I 13 AC 011025IP00145
IDMASI ( JLIA & PHII.IPS A
9282 SW 1,8T111 PI.
.AKE I0tl.I-R. FI. 12054
I.O 201 OU)AII. HLiLIH AS
I'l.R PI.AI -II(CORDFI) IN PB
2.P5, UNION CO. 1:1. (ORB
254. P4)/(SEC 16-I190)

188 R0222900 IIX 6 19724
16-05 19-75-000)-0020-
(1, (519 I'I7))01 0 14)1 0


I00 AC OB001OP0510
LOCHNER-DUPREE RAE
9287 SW 148TH PLACE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 5 QUAIL HEIGHTS
RECORDED SUB PLAT 2/5

190 R0223100 $1050.33
36-05-19-77-000-0010-0
I00 AC OB0191P0496
PAYNE JOY LYNNE
8333 NW CR 229
STARKE, FL 32091
LOT I QUAIL IAMMOCK
RECORDED PLAT 2/2

191 R0223400 $1444.44
36-05-19-77-000-0040-0
I OOAC OB0212P0238
CAMPS LEO & MCCLAIN PRISC
'O BOX 1891
ALACHUA, FL 32615
LOT 4 QUAIL HAMMOCK
RECORDED PLAT BOOK 2/2

192 R0225300 $2792.07
36-05-19-82-000-0150-0
50 AC OB0236P0266
EPH JOINT VENTURES LLC
PO BOX 135
LAKE CITY, FL 32056-0135
NORTH 1/2 OF LOT 15.
HIDDEN OAKS S/D ORB 236,
P 266

193 R0225500 $2666.23
36-05-19-82-000-0160-0
1.00 AC OB0236P0266
EPH JOINT VENTURES LLC
PO BOX 135
LAKE CITY, FL 32056-0135
NORTH I/2 OF LOT 16,
HIDDEN OAKS S/D ORB 236,
P 206

194 R0225800 $431 20
36-05-19-97-000-0020.0
50 AC OB0252P0095
BEDENI)AUGII KEVIN SR & KEV
232 NW CHIADLEY AVE
I AKE CITY, FI. 32055
LOr 2 OF CUMORUII IIEIGIITS
S/D lPH 2. P 27

195 RO225900 $43120
30-0 5-19.97.000-0030.0
50AC 0B0252P0095
REDENBAUGII KEVIN SR & KEV
232 NW CHADLEY AVE
LAKE CITY, FL 32055
LOT 3 OF CUMORUH HEIGHTS
S/DPB 2 P 27

196 R0226000 $431 20
36-05-19-97-000-0040-0
50 AC OB0252P0095
BEDENBAUGH KEVIN SR & KEV
232 NW CHADLEY AVE
LAKE CITY. FL 32055
LOT 4 OF CUMORUH HEIGHTS
S/D PB 2. P 27

197 R0226100 $431 20
36-05-19.97-000-0050-0
50AC OB0252POO095
BEDENBAUGII KEVIN SR & KEV
S5928 SW CR 751
JASPER, FL 32052
LOT 5 OF CUMORUH HEIGHTS
S/D PB 2. P 27

198 R0226200 $431 20
36-05-19-97-0-000-60-0
50 AC OBO252P0095
BEDENBAUGH KEVIN SR & KEV
232 NW CHADLEY AVE
LAKE CITY. FL 32055
LOT 6 OF CUMORUH HEIGHTS
S/D PB 2. P 27

199 R0226500 $431 20
36-05- 19-97-000-0090-0
50 AC OB0252P0095
BEDENBAUGI KEVIN SR & KEV'
212 N9S CHADLIY AVEE
LAKE CITY. FL 3,2055
LOT 9 OF CUMORUIH HEIGHT I'S
S'D PB 2. P27

200 R022o700 $411 20
1-,.0-.1 0.97-.00 .0110-0
o AC OB102"21'00-)1
F11DI'NIIA1UGl K VIN SR &- KL V
212 W1 ('CiIAI)IL.Y AVI
LAKF CIIY.1 12011
LOT I F (t0JMORUi 1ilEIGHl S


201 R0:26800 $431 20
5.1 PhI 2. P 27

lo1.0.19-97.-000.0120.0
5OAC 010252P00o1
BI ONIIAU(HI KEVIN SR& K %'
:12 NW CIIAI)LEY AF
LAKE CITY. FL 12055
T IO12 0 C1 MI RUH IIH I1(ITS
SI PII 2. P:27

202 RO::22o0 $411 2:0
I2( R .5 1..00)01 010.0
50 AC 0110;5.':|P()0
ilDIANNIRAN KFVIN SRI Kl V
:12 NW 1'CADI Y AV1E
I AKI- CITY. Ft 1:20
I OTI I (1 CIMORI l 111 GI11,;
v-.D Pll 2. P27

201I R. ) 1 41ll 120
1c,0 .1 .-17.0 .0o 140,0
BI 11 SNIIA*0 1 TKI1VIN SRA& Mk %
21' SW 'CIIAI YA% I
l AKI CIY. HI 121o 1
I Or 14 O C('IIMORRULI III 1I1ITS
'iV PlIl 2. P: 27

204 R021100 H SII $1O072






0-02.-19-.00-0.10-0000
1 U03 AC 11028111100
MANNI FRANKLIN (RI1 CI
11ool SW 14TH 1 COURT
LAKE BUTLER. FH

COIM A2 NE COR OF SEC 2 &
RUN SO 124' 12"E, ALONG E

$88'09'51"W. 1014 14 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

205 R0233500 HX $327 16
02-06-19-00-000-0100-0
13 79AC OB0258P0391
ANDREWS ALBERT J
CO ANDREWS 2 DANIELLE
5220 SW 47TH LOOP
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM AT SE COR OF NEWl4 OF
SEI4 OF SEC 2 TIIENCE SW
1667 79 FT TO R/W OFSR
I;1r THENCE NEON R/ 1356
(ADD'L LEGAL, SEE TAXROLL)

206 R0236700 IX $548 16
0.3-06-19-83-000.0010.0
220AC OBI078P0084
WIL SON JOSEPlH ADA 0
13181 SW 89TH1 STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FI .120l4
LOT 1 PAMIETTO RIDGE

207 R0217300 $275) 06
04-0>- 19-(00-000.000.2
I 10 AC OD01256P0454
JOHNS MALCOI:M IT AI.
11829 SW 88TI TERR
LIAKIH BUTI.IR FL 32054
('CM (1 )NW COR O( F SIC 4 &
RUN NRQ'04':7 '1. AI.N(2,N
LN 11FRIOP1140-01 I I OINT
WIIII E .R/WO 1 CR S 790.A,
(ADl)D') I.EGAI SEI TAXROI.I )

20) RO277(00 $2( 1()
0I1-( 1 9-0lO.000 OI 00. I-0
2 001 A( OIIO281OO 11
WIII.IAMS MARII IAWAII.RS
280999NW I142ND AVE
GAINESVILI.E, FI. 12o609
ORB 21(8P631

209 R0237800 $42 41
04-001- I9-00.000-001I-0
.5 61 AC OB0174P0094
WII.I.IAMS MARIETTA WATERS
230.5 NW 42ND AVE
GAINESVILLE. FL 32609
PARCEL D COM NW9 COR SEC
4, T1E 4001 FT TOE ROW
CO RI S-796-A. TII S 725
FT. TH1 0165 46 FTTO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEEI TAXROLL)

210 R0238100 $850 I0
0,4-0-109-00-000-00160-
I 09 AC 01)0280P'0281
MCLAUGILIN JOSEPII P
((85.1 SW87Tr PArli
IAKE BTIER.Fl., ,1:12054
COM hi/ NW COR OF SIE(" 4 &
RUN N89'O4'27TE, ,'001 lIT
TO INF WII"II E R/W OF CR
S-796-A, S02' 15'42"1' AI NG
(ADD)'I. (.EGAI. SEE TAXROI.I.)

211 R0238900 11X $64109
04-01-19-00-0OO-0(50-0
8 48 AC 01101921'0023
BECK EUGEN1E I1F
T1I1MAS EM11Y)I
118' 8 SW686TII I -RR.ACE
LAKE 0 IITIElR, F8 32054
COM 9 NW COR (IF SI-C 4 &
RUN 689'10'20'T. 40 02FT
TO 0/WOF 'CR 796A,


SO) '08:14"E. AI N' F(i NFR,'.
(AD)D. LEGAI SE1f IAXRIOLL)

212 10239100 $418 14
01-06- 19-0-00 ).0(52.-0
2 00AC B0130921'0027
BARRINGIERI ADOI.Pl' J "JACKI
PO BOX 931
WAUCHUI.A.FL 3.13871
COMl (r) NW CO(R I0 SIE( 1 &
RUN S09230'20"E.(1:II)o 02
10 1 R/WOF CR 7906A
SO I'08'I4""., AING I RAV,
(ADD'L I.)'GAl SEE IAXROI L)

213 R0239200 I1X $5')')38
04-06- 1-00-000(-0053.-0
200 AC OB0192110029
BARRINGER C.YDE L "NUBIIIN
PO BOX 208
WORTIIINGTON SPRINGS. F(.
32697
COMl @ NW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN S89'30'20"E. 0 02 FT
TOE 0R/WOF CR 796A.
SOI*08'14"E, ALONG E R/W,
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROI.I.)

214 R0239300 $315,91


04-06-19-00-000-0054--0
2.00AC OB02151'0517
NEST EGG LLC
1100 POINT OF ROCKS ROAD
SARASOTA, FL 34242
COM @ NW COR OF SIC 4 &
RUN S89*30'20"E. 10 02 FT
TO E R/WOF CR 796A,
SOI 08'14"E. ALNG i" R/W.
(ADD'L LEGAL SiEl TAXRIOLL))

215 R0239400 $4118.34
04-06-19-00-000-0055-0
2 00 AC OB01921P0033
LOVELACE G GAYEI.
PO BOX 87
SUWANNE.E FL 32692
COM @ NW COR 01 SI'.C 4 &
RUN S89*30'20"E, 40 02 FT
TO E R/WOF CR 796A,
SO '*08' 14"E, ALNGi R/W.
(ADD'L LEGAL SiEI TAXItOLI.)

216 R0240300 IIX $82632
04-06-19-00-000-0112-0
I 00AC OB0282P0109
WELLS FARGO BANK. N.A
ONE HOME9CAMPUS
DES MOINESR, IA 50328
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN E LY. 40 02 FT TO INT
WITH E R/W OF CR S-796-A.
S'LY. ALNG E R/W. 1400 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

217 R0241000 $1293 02
04-06-19-54-000-0010-0
59AC OB0271110074
HAWKINS SI liRRY FAYI & JAM
8200 SW CR 706
LAKEBUTLER,. FI. 32051
COM (1 SW (tco OF SI:c' I &
RUN N00'5'17"W, AI.N(i W
LN T'liERlOF1297,48 FTH
IN WI'III S R/WOFCit
(ADD'1.IL.(iAI. SI 1: IAXROI.I )

218 102411100 IIX $541 07
04-06-19-54-1000-0011 -0
I 50 AC( 0110262P049.1
IAWKINS SIII:RRY FAYl'& JAM
8200 SW C(I 79'
I.AKE BUITLR. 1. I. 32054
SCOM @ SW COR 01 SliC 4 &
RUN NOO'59'37"W. AI.NG W
I.N TI IREOF 1297 48 IT "10
INT WITH S R/W OF CR
(ADD'L LEGAL SlE 1AXROI.LL

219 R0241200 $21541
04-06-19-54-000-0012-0
96 AC OBO264P0226)
HAWKINS SHERRY FAYE & JAM
8200 SW CR 796
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEC 4 &
RUN N0059'37"W., ALNG W
LN THEREOF1297 48 F I' TO
INT WITII S R/W OF CR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROI.L)

220 R0244700 $582 49
04-00-19-57-000-0102-0
I IOAC OB021i1Pt)25
ADAMS A B & JUANITA S
18387 CHARLOTTE AVE
BROKER. FL 32622
ORB 231 P25

221 R0245700 5139473
04-06-19-57-000-0160-0
5 54 AC OB0268P0302
TOMLINSON JOHN PAUL
8182 SW CR 790
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 16 TIE GROVE PHASE I.

222 R0246500 IIX 596) 75
04-06- 19-o60.0(00-l12-0
I 6oAC OB0244Pto91)
DANG C1RISTOPILR. C & NI'CO
8211 SW CR 70,
I.AKEr llit'l 'R I I 1204
COM .i INrof I I I Il SI'"
4 WIIIH N RA\0 1 CR S-7;
& RUN ',89 )'45 W. -At (, N
R'W. Ita021 I I


221 R0247110) 41 "
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2 401 At ()i I.2'1 SS
1I SI1 1 \II I II
fI S0 A% 11 1 I II
14811%9 ')27N9 \9 AN
I `Nkl III1 I II 12.-:r
I'R((I 8lt I(1'iI I Al I AR.tI
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224 RIl:4'"1-l 1 \ 14-1. ) .
040.6..0-1 4,9 ( 10 i ,
I 11I AC OIllhll I l.-I,-
I1R1891 \RIIII RI I A MI II
17'44 %\1%'iRll IR 11
I 1II t I K II 1 2,H
IOI fI S I \0 "11 % 1 1 \ >I
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227 RO200t 91 S 1.S

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LINDBOI THIOM\-S BI :1KE
831.: SW .11TI\ AV9
LAKE B1 T LFR F 1204
LOT 10 OAK GRO% E RLCORDI D
Sl'B EXC 144 (6211 ACI

228 RO:'4 R NH\I I :
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I.AKF I'lLi FR II 1 204
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210 Rl0;?hf)on $5870 75
079-0 -I ( -0 )-1)(i0 0 12-1 O
IO(100AC ( 11 |1('(Il1,7
77I N BAY 12)1 IV' I'I RS(IN(
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IAKI (1 Il i 1 I I 1:1( I
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(111RVI Y)

211 R(iO261100 $18 I
O2.0,(. I (10.0<1-0 RID 13IN(I O1)WARI I I
7788 SW 121. Hl AVI'

1.AKE II R. II I. 12(114

9& RUN S04'2.5'31 I"9,1A.Nt
I- (.N TIll-mRFF1I-F (814 I' F,
(-'9l((1 LEGAL SEF F8AXROI I )

232 R0260800 IIX $57873
09-06-IO0.-00.0-0(012-0
I 00 AC 0110(-(('0380
READING II(OWARD F II
7788 SW 126111 AVE

(9N 19W CIR SIC 91.1(G I(
2717 041F (0 IN11RS CN I

r0 P'OIl. Ill E 208 71'F-I
(AD'I. IEGAL SI-. 1AXROI I )

218 8R0261100 $St 627
09-06I19-00-000-001 5.0
II 90 AC O(01)P('P672
REI IIINLi IIO\VARID I II
7788 SW I2OI'II AVE
I.AKI. II1'11 FRt. I I 212054


('WOM NI NWC (O oR 01 SI:c ) &
RUN I,27-17 01 1 10 IN I
W I III CI. OMI 'o, S.
2.1.1 131 F1 10 Iol
(ADD'I LI.GAI S I. IAXROI I I)

m314 R021200 $2112 14
09-06-J1 0-00-11001 S-01
S 0 A' ( )111127') 181
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7720 S\ 126 111 .\VI
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21 R026199I' .5 4 '12
O .O(.l ,O.1 0 -0 ll 1)111 7 0
8 00 AC Oo.'? uiii'n
EDDY J01 II.N t (,& \1M tI
60916 SW 12611M A\ I
I.AKI I I I I II I iQ5.
S"" I IROR sIN
I.FiA**'*".. ..DIR A ININ 1II
225, P 77

236 R026210) H\ M n7)
O1).06-l9-00-000-0024.1.0
9 45 AC OHiOI10O.p0-12
IASF.M I.AN JOHC.N & D)ORI I
7819SW 12 I611,\'I


LAKE III T(LER .:10. 32054
PAR('I-I D-2 C(OM (0) SW COR1
(OF SlEC & RUN
NOO' 1108"E,. AING W [.N.
3417 11I l'. N89'04'42"'.
(ADD'II LEGAL SEE T'AXROI.I)

2.7 R0264900 16,14969
10-06-19-00-000-0036-0
10 00 AC O1102231P0453
(EDDY .IOIIN R1IISSELL SR & GA
6946 SW 126T'11 AVEI
I.AKIE I TII. R, F1I.
32054-5532
O1R 225 ItG 75

218 1R0266300 IIX $58962
11-06-19-00-000-0042-0
I 66 AC OB0201P0269
WADOVSKY JOHN J
7932 SW SR 121
I.AKE LFUTI.IER. FL
12054-0704
COM @ NE COR OF SEC I1 &
RUN SOUTH, AIONG E'LY LN
THIIEREOF, 864 24 FT.
N61 *2746"W, ALONG FENCE
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

239 R0268600 IIX $86562
11-06-19-00-000-0114-0
I 00 AC 010239P110037
CLEMONS DREW I)AVID JR
'CLEMONS IIEATHI ER AS IILEY &
SANDERS TRIEY(' CALVIN
7761 SW SR 121
LAKIEI IllIRTER, Fl. 32054
O1)R1 216P3113

2410 R02,91000 $145763
11-06-19-(00010-01,10-0
I I) A' I)011005310203
Wil IITHII' IAD IUCI.LLE A DEEISE
10501 NW 2131H ST
I.AKE IIU l L'ER., F. 32054
('COM A SW CO OF1 SEI/4 OF
NW1I/4I & RUN N AI.G W'TLY
IIDRY O1: LAND DESC IN OR
251'225-226611 16 FT
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

2.11 R0269100 IIX $155209
1I -06-19-0-000-0150-0
500AC OH10103P0655
IIARlERI .OUISE ET AL
1-116.1 SW 75TII TERRACE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM SE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NW I/4 & RUN N 920 FT TO
RD 121 SW ALQNG RD 525 FT
SE ON 45 DEG ANGLE 100 FT
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

242 R0269300 $438 34
11 -06-19-00-000-0170-0
400AC OB0031P0138
I.UKE RICIARD D
PO BOX 601
LAKE BIUTILER. FL 32054
COM AT SE COR OF SW1/4 OF
NWI/4 & RUN W 804 FTTO ,
STRD 121 THENCE NE ALONG
RD625 FT & SE ON 45 DEG
ANGLE 600 FT TO BEG

241 R0271800 HX 5201226
1I-06-19-00-000-0262-0
500 AC OB0272PO305
PEWETT OTIS D & JOAN L
7030 SW 139TH LANE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
SW1,9'4 OF N'WI/4 OF SWI1/4
OF S\ 1 4. ALSO SE IM4 OF
NWI/4 OF SWI/4 OF SWI\4

2.14 R027500 HIX S940 31
13.06-19-0)l00- -00 1 -0
I; I AC( OB0205P0-172
(GOOD)) IN MINDY 1 &
liRO(9 NIG DAVID B
M.S 'N S\ 15:|NDLANF

COM ,' Sk\WCORR Nil 4 OF
10. 1 4 I1 2 1 1 1 9 I 11
111 2)1 6 1 1 10 2i'1, 1I
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I(IN I) I 1 ( 11. 1 (1I -s 81(I
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1 i10 ,\(" OB102.ih0 (4
DICS )8IIRR1 01 A
10<'S1 SNW C(R 2''o.\
I 1\K" ll 1 11-R Fl (21.2054
COM I. II O1 W\ 1 N S9FI 4
01I NI 44F NSRO CR 21-.I
Ill I 2o' 0 II N '. 18 F
('1)11 I (9 5I FEI rAXROI,)

251 R;02)9180 IIX $927 74

I 10 \C O01II260PH229
D N I ) IN K( I 1FY- NNE
(10724 S99 57)11 COUR]
1 AK- 9( 11(1 R. Fl .2194
'-8RCI I 71 CR1 IKWOOD
I -l)A IIS

292 R(01948,91 IIX $181907
20-I)L. I (O1 OO)-O43-OO)10-

:0-'06..19-00.0(0(&l50.0 C
: 00 A\ 011|O-1701SK)4
111CKSDON DF(8 & ]0NYAC

JI AK I I -) N 1). NI

1)OM ,1 Sl CO)R1 OF SI)I '4 OF
S9VI I OlA) 'Ol A, RINN 415
I I W0 24I 41 I 94911 I 204
I 1 0 111 1 i
2') O(19,12.O11 18) 77

1I 17 A( (1 )1005 9|>460
(('\1 I,%1 )IO(,1 AI)YS R
1701 ('(IPKIN
)iIl (1M(1NI, IX 77705.39.18
1(OM it NV 0 II NI1 1I/-4 1
Sl,( I 9-C 20. Ill I
1)1 2 7) 1 I', 1'l1 S 212 iI.

(A9)1)'I ILEGAI. SFF 1AXROI L)

254 R0295700(( IIX $9)) 09
20-.-I1S)-00-000-0|12-0


-(9'8 S6 SR 121

,12054.9-908
6OM S9 ('((R SEIC 20. TIl N
1059 18() I, FI1 N 461 69 FT

I I()\\W 12).. III -NE'I.Y'AI.91
(A)I'-.91 GIAS 1F"AXROI.I.)

259 It.0928o00 fIX $280(25
2I ((9O-I l.47-000.0:-)01.0
I 05 I ,A -I 01 2.-I -l'9l55l

-ARCIA'S,--VINA
4,998 S\W' 1071 I'A (\(19-
I AKI lU|1 I 2 ., 91' 1:0( I1
PAR(ll.:OW \ORI IHING ION


SI'IN(ISP.'I AIN II\1 I)N .S I DI SC
IN OR( 71 I'ilE (85,

N5(, R1lOl)|oo $601608
201)-0-l 1.17-1000.0100 -0
I I 1 AC 01100771'0007
SlAY CI'It.IS I & I IOi' N
PO IIOX 8S
WO()IIIINtIOIN SPRItNGS. I'1
I,07.0085
()I W ORIIIINOVtN

SPRIN. 1'1 \NIM\Ol N AS
I)1 M IN 11 77 P1 ,

I'(I Rit 100. 11 I \ 1,8 1 1 I
.) 0(69 10-11.0000.10.0
'18 \C W tOO|591Pll77
1) AYI \1 I I I I IX ON 1II
141 S\' II III N
I \k I 11 I IR II

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IIII 1 1 14ilI I I N

19000 1 1 1 I0 N1 1 II)
I(\DD'I I I trl SIlI IA\ROI II|

258 1(11o 100 IIX $1o85 50
20-00- .-'l 1100- 114-I 10
-I 24 1\t OO11201PO29
AN.N I O\\1I I1/ EDWARI ALJR &


PO I OX 2107
WORIIIINIGTON SPRINGS. I-I.
32697
PARC('I. 41 WOR I IIN(iTON
SPRINGSIPANTATI(ON AS DESC
IN OR 706 P694,

259 10102800 IIX $116072
20-06-19-47-000-0680-0
5 67 AC 01102028'066(6
SMITIl MICHA'IA. LE1E & DIANA
5678 SW II ITII LN
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-8081
COM (@i Si ('1(R OF W2/3 OF
WI/2 OF NWI/4 & RUN
NO 1*2'42"E, ALONG E LN
THEREOF, 1530 FT FORPOB
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

260 R0302900 FIX $74831
20-06-19-47-000-0690-0
567AC OH10125P0389
RICHARD DE)DIIE J
PO BOX 265
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697
LOTS 69 WORTHIIINGTON SPGS
PLANTION DESC IN OR
137/540

261 1R0304100 $753 91
21 .06-19-00-000-0070-0
2 00 AC (010117P0669
FO(ERMAN MEIISSA It
413, API'IAN AVI:
VIRGINIA IIIIC. VA 21452
COM (i1' NEI ('O(I 01- NEI/4 OF
SEll/4SE' 20, TIl W 206 FT.
TIl S 212 FT, T11 E412 FT.
11l N 212 FT. T I W 206 1F
ro P01B.

262 10305100 IIX $2596 16
21-06-19-00-000-0140-0
2 07 AC OB10192P0605
PARRIS(H CHARLES H & BREND
12356 SW 50TII ST
LAKE BUTLER,,FL 32054
COM @ INT OF E R/W OF SCL
RR &S R/W OF Sit 121 & RUN
N84'53'30"E. ALNG S R/W.
93 00FT. S0058'32"W.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

263 R0305800 $76971
21-06-19-00-000-0191-0
I0 AC OB0129P0064
AVINGER TAMMY
12271 S9. 48TH TERRACE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ INT S LN SEC 21
WITH E RR ROW. TH NE'LY
ALG ROW 569 25. THEN CONT
ALONG ROW 606 39FT. FOR
(ADD'I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

264 R0306500 HX $166 15
21-06.19-00-000-0250-0
4 17AC OB0279P0147
KING RANDOL ELTON
4971 SW 119TH LOOP
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9542
BEG a INT OF OLD GR RD
THAT RUNS BY LITTLE
SPRINGS CHURCH INT N LN
OF SI/2 OF SWI/4 & RUN W.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

265 R0307600 HX 5369 95
21-06-19-3300-000-0020-0
1 80 AC OB0139P0035
ARNOLD BARBARA
12288 SW 4811 TERR
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 2 LITTLE SPRINGS
FOREST

266 R030800O $486 56
21- 6-O19O-3.3-009 0 0-00
I o00 AC 01321iOP0P47
ROILII ANN LO(LISI
12228 SW 48T11 TERRACE
L.AKIE IIILFR. 11 12054
1.LOI I.IT1 1.1- SPRINGS
I ORI 1S

207 R1lli 1 l0o) $4) 92
21I .A -1. I 11)- 10.0050.0)
I 21 AC 0110127P1(230
11D\I:Y \ lRK A 1& D)lRA1
1255SW I S W TI.RR ACE
I *AK1 I (11.-R. I L 13204
I.OT (GRI1 NIIRI.R ,\S

PA ,I 2(,

20 R8 l IL4WiX S497 ;2

'91 0AC O110127P1275
I I (IK 91S (1 -1 IRI
8999SI I,41114 (
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12'194. 70(i
101 'l .R11 IIK1RIRAS
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Ii R, li.'li |I \ $1, -'7
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111 (.I s1 (OR1 I01 14. Il
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14 ( 1,. Il IM 'I
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(%DD'l I IIII 5l 1)1AXROIL)

2-1 RO;0 0\) $S11( ,)O9

I 0o AC," OBO:s2POIo
1C1 IMOR G.GI-.INC
I I I I OR1 POINT DRIVE
B1 ILDING 4. SITE 100l
COPPFLEITX 75010
LOT 2 ELM\11 OOD SOUTH PL.T
BOOK 1 3o

2"2 Ro0314400 I $1235 os
22)'- 1-9(00 lOl tS 13-0

SANCHE7 JOSE & ERICKA
1913 BROYHILL PLACE
PENSACOLA.` Fi 32526
EAST I 2 OF NEI 4 OF
(1'4(01 SEL 4 (500 AC


271 R0314500 $1750 23
2:-(.X- I -0i0-(1 -008i4-0
5 0AC O0132201P04331
S4NCIIF/ JOSE & ERICKA
I9l 11 ROYI(LL PL ACE
P'ENS.COL A. FI 12:520
\I S I 2 I01 NI I 4 1Of
S\WI '401 SEI 14(5 00 AC)
(ORR 200. P oSS'1(SEC
22-6-1l(SURVEY)
274 ROT1490 It\ $S8247
22R06.9.14-1.0>01)-OOS(.0

1 i, AC O\026812030
DtIIOSIE MIS1Y 1)
PO 10X 11 1
WORIIIINt1ION SPRINGS,- F
12' .7
COM 4 NF' COR 1OF SWI 4 OF"
SWI.4o S1 I I4 & RUN
S0I'1 117" .. NG II N
TIll Rl.OFl 0(I 1' IOPO

274 R0145;<61 $I(,41 35
22 6-1 0I' 1-000-0120-0
2 0 AC i00(( 7110201
AKI- W.\YNI M & & 01S B
I',1 J0XN 19 AI
\VORI I)llNiION SPISI IFL
COiM o AN S( COR IF Sl9 14 OF
N\ I 4 (I) A 4ONCR 1R UI
MARKI R I OR POIAND1 Ti1FNCE
RUN F I Y ON I ANl IINE 58O
(ADrI' I IGAI SIF I'AXR1OL.)

27 R03178010 ) X $125)39
23.-0 )-1 9.00-000.0140-0
t 00 A(" ON01(242P'212
CA% (I.lN PATRIK \
5132 SW CR 18A
lake HUTIFR, FI 320.54
N :OFI1FSW 1'40FSE

OF NW 1,4 OF SIL 1, 4 1F SW


277 RO3I9600 IIX $68005
19') 4-I I -00-000N0050-0
20 10 A' OIO2opo)0oO
DIOUGI ASS I'l)iAR W \JR
15:09 SW 481i11 PIAll
IAKI lEU 'l IT K}1
1054.-554
,1,2 3 F SW ,I 4 OI SW' I 4


-14I AC( 010204P00801
I)OU1GI ASS 1(1iiAR W III
-1003 SW' 84(111 I'RAl


R11'N N o' 5 1) l'.-I 1(. 11
I I 10 S W (COR 01 FAS 1AC
01 \.'12 OF S\WIM F01 S\VI/4
(ADD'I I I GAI S 1I. 1AXROLI. )

27. It 2l.'0701) II\ $7731 97
2 -01 -1-.00-000 0014 0
I1 00 A' lOO910 I0010
MIORMIONtPAIRICIAA
\.1185 N\ :2NDAVI
I A\ 11 Y'. I I 1210 8.1117
COM N, COR 01' SiC o & '
RIiN S80'.I '"W1 AL \V N N
I N 1111 III Il i 01 I I,
SOO*A.|I'8", AI N9i A I N
I\(AD 'I I I (1 AI l I I'AX1 l 1

280 R0120800 ,,' $||so05
.'60->-1 o-00-001 0
I 20 *\ 01'\" rWo2I(P
KIN('CAID MA-RK A
1 1886 -I 811 PAIII
I AKI I 11I 1 I R II 1 5.-I
COM , NI. (COR 01 SIC'f 26,&


RUIN S89"43'08"W. ALNG N
I.N 'TlEREOF30 01 FT,
S89*43'08"W, AI.N N LN.
(ADD'I I. LEGAL SliE 'TAXROLL)

281 R0321400 IIX $61980
26-06-19-00-00-003 -0
50 AC OB0163P0085
RAINEY LINDA GAIL &
KIMBERLY DIANE RAINEY
5030 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
SEE OR 103 PAGE 653.

282 R0321500 $966,29
26-06-19-00-000-0040-
400AC OB0232P0488
ELIXSON VERNIE SCOTT
PO BOX 147
WORTIIINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697
N 264 FT OF El/2 OF NWI/4
OF NW1/4 OF SEC 26 EXC
R/WSRS 18 A

283 R0322400 FIX $27446
26-06-19-00-00(0-0075-0
I 67AC OB0170P0646
PETERS MICIIAEL A& INDIA
14020 SW43RD TERR
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM (ia IN'r W LN SEC 26 & S
ROW COUNTY RD 18-AT1 E
40 FT. TII S 1120 20 FT T
POB. TII E 324 30 FT. TII S
(A)DD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

284 R0325900 FHX $33501
27-06-19-00-000-0046-0
5 0 AC OB0197P0096
IIANNAH THOMAS A & MARTHA
4796 SW 136TH COURT
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ NE COR OF NWI/4 OF
NEI/4FOR POB & RUN SOUTH,
440 FT; WEST, 495 FT.
NORTH. 440 FT. EAST, 495
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

285 R0326400 HX $775.88
27-06-19-00-000-0060-0
57 80 AC OB0282P0330
BROWN VERERA & ET AL
4430 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9551
W3/4-OF NWI/4 S OF RD
ALSO I AC IN NW1/4 OF
NW1/4. N OF RD (SEE DB
24. P 342 FOR I AC) LESS
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

286 R0326500 $23296
27-06-19-00-000-0061-0
I O0 AC OB0241P0557
BROWN S M JR
4430 SW CR I8A
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-9551
ORB 241 P 557

287 R0326600 $403 22
27-06-19-00-000-0062-0
I O AC OB0241P0559
BROWN S M JR
4430 SW CR 18A
.LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9551
ORB 241 P 559

288 R0326700 $20582
27-06-19-00-000-0063-0
1 00AC OB0241P0561
BROWN DARREN
4430 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
ORB 241 P561 TOGETHER
WITH ESMT

289 R0326800 $221 89
27-06-19-000000-0064-0
I 10AC OB0241P0567
B & B LAND AND HOME INC
4430 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
ORB 241 P 567

290 R0326900 $205 82
27-06-19-00-000-0065-0
I 00AC OB0241P0565
BROWN S M 11
4430 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
ORB 241 P 565 TOGETHER
WITH ESMT

291 R0327000 $41036
27-06-19-00-000-0066-0
I 0AC OB0272P0636
B & B LAND AND HOME INC
4430 SW CR 18A
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 60') SE COR OF NW 1/4 &
RUN S88"46'OI"W. ALNG S
I.N TIIEREOF660 22 FT TO SE
COR OF W3/40 OFNWI/4.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

292 RO328100 $3770
27-06-19-00.000-0112-0
500 AC OB0275P0670
HOWELL THOMAS E JR
14905 SW 38T-I CIR
OCALA. FL 34473-2756
COM S6 SE COR OF SEC 27 &
RUN S89'03'27"'W. ALNG S
1.N THEREOF600 77 FT TO SW
COR OF EI/20FEI2 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

243 RO328700 $45238
28-0)- 1900-000-0020-0
9 90AC
BROWN SM JR
4430 SWCR 18A
I.-\KE BUTLER, FL
32054-9551
SEI!4 OF NEI/4 LYING
SOUTH OF CR S-18-A LESS &
EXC 2 I AC ASDESC IN ORB
292. P 250

2:4 R0330500 HX $79302
28-06-19-00-000-0113-0
2 0AC OB0219P0631
OGLETREE CONNIE
12189 SW 45TH TRAIL
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
OR 219 PG 631

295 R0331100 $13101
28-06-19-00-000-0131-0
5OAC OB0189P0304
EDWARDS PATRICIA ANN
6S60 SW CR 791
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
THE EAST 1/2 OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY
A PARCEL OF LAND 210 FT
SQUARE IN NW COR OF SW'1/4
tADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

20o R0335O000 1115.35
28-06-1-2.3-000-020S-0
I 40AC OBO135POI122
SEAY ELSIE MAE & SANDRA C
4979 S II I TH LANE
LAKE BLITLER FL 32054
NI12 OF FOLLOWING DESC
LAND I/2 A IN SW COR OF
BLK K ALSO N2/3 OF BLK K
ALSO COM AT SW COR OF BLK
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TANROLL)

207 R0336200 HN $278 82
28-00-19-23-001-0120-0
22 AC OB0256P0351
LANKFORD STEPHIEN & JOYCE
719 S' SR 121
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697
SOUTH 4 9 FT OF LOTS 12 &
13. EAST 9 FT OF SOINTH 69




28-00- 1.-23-0013-0040-0
20 AC O10147P0294
Cl.ARK CATHY S
PO 13OX 115
9WOR1 HINGTON SPGS. FL
32607
I OT 4 (BLK 3 LPATONS
SURVI8 Y OF WORTIIINGTON


240 R0.382)00 $1055 40
21-0 10- -2o-1- 0 0 11-I0
2.5 'C OB0198P00 07
SENJAN VANESSA
103 SBOX 61
WORT1 INGTON SPRINGS, FL
32097
COM NE COR OF LOT 5 OF
UINNL92MBERED BLK & RUN E
58 4 FT S200 FT W 58 4 FT
& N200 FT TO BEG
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

300 R03450to T $41 06
2o-0.-1 o.00,-O -0010-0
38 0 AC OBOI74P0579
CHIASTAIN MIITCHEL A & JUD
49')8 SW SR 121
LAKE1 BUTLER, FL 32054
COMl NE COR SEC 29 FOR
PoII. TII E I 12.13 FT TO \W
ROW' RR ROW, TTH SWLY
(5.122 FT.1 TH W 2.15 FTTO


(A)D'L L1.EGI. SEE TAXROLL)

301 R0348000 $5922
2o-06-19-)00-.ol0(1 0O-0
4 00 AC OB0148PO200
CIIAST'AIN FA1MIAY RIEV:OABLE
LIVING TRIUIST
4998 SW SR 121
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-9523
COM (6l NE COR OF SIC 29 &
RUIN SI671 0o Fl' TO INT
WH11 W R/W OF RR & IOB
N'IY, 801 ,5 FT, W,
(ADD'. LEGAl. S1E TAXROLI )

302 R03481H(1 $11970S
29-10- 1 -00-(10-1 100(0.
I Oo AC OB01351PO24
BRAND Wll I.IAM T JR & BARB
1105 NI I TIT STREFT
G;AINESVII I E, Fl.
I 32601-4520
COMl IS(ICOR SIII/4 (OF
NW 114 OFNEI1/4, 111 RUN N
295n)1 1T ('I:NITR I IN9
DIRI RDl' Po11,. '11'ON N
(ADIV I i.l9 S I I 1A\R(1 I)

101 RO1.18400M I\ $51' '
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2' o-t'l -00-00-01'2l-0
I 00 AC 01102-11P0236
ODIM ROIEIrRI' & MICHELII E NIE
I'O HOX 313
SOR31INH I ON SPRINGS, FL
321,'7-01331
ORli 241 P 231 (St UR VEY)


50 AC 0110I35P10524
BRAND WI11.1 IAM T JR & BARB
I 05 NF I I TSI'REETl
G AINESVI5.LLE, F:
12001-4512)
COM Nt SF COR SEI)4 01:
NWI,4 OF NEI/14. IIIN
2 09F I1. 111 E 101 05 F7r
I'O '111, I N 21 0 o1FT1 I1i
( AD)'L. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

30o R0352oO HFX S$15S34
30-00o-10-00-000-0091-0
I 00-AC OB02571P0302
BROWN KELVIN R & KYLE J
3827 SW 102ND AVE
LAKE BlUTLER, FL 32054
CQM IP SW COR OF. SEC 30 &
R1.N NSO'Oo lI"E. ALONG S
IN THEREOF 354 76 FT,
NO01 46'4"'W.,/" WITH W LN
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

307 R0352700 $212 6
30-06-19-00-000-0092-0
I 00AC OBO257PO301
BROWN KEL\IN R & KYLE J
3827 SW 102NDAVE -
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF SEC 30 &
RUN EAST, 1354 70 FT.
NORTH,. 4 I o7 FT TO POB
NORTH, 127 62 FT, EAST.
(ADD'L LEGAL SE1 TANROLL)

308 R0355300 HX $462 00
30-0o-19-27-000-0230-0
4 01 AC OBOOS4POo85
LANGFORD I ARRAY W & GINNY
10103 SW 3boTl TRAIL
LAKE BLTL.ER, FL
32)54-)0536
LOF 2.1, BONNET' BLUFF. AS



3 2 AC OBOO9SP0510
HENDERSON DAVID W & JUDIT
4508 DEVONSHIRE RD
TAMPA, FL 33643
LOTS 13 CREEKSIDE

310 RO35o900 $861 48
30.-0t-19-40-000-0160-0
257 AC OB0096P0057
SMITH BARBARA JEAN
r3057 SW 67TH WAY
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOTS 16 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION

311 R0357000 $70779
30-06-19-40-000-0170-0
315 AC OBOIIOP0003
GRIGSBY DANNY JOE
4495 SW 109TH RD
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 17 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION

312 R0357400 H $96845 -
30-06-19-40-000-0210-0
2 51 AC OB0185P0610
BROWN RANDELL P & DORINE
4580 SW 109TH ROAD
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT 21 CREEKSIDE
SUBDIVISION -COM @ NE COR
OF SEC30 AND
RUNSO"03'43"E, ALONGG E
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)E

313 R0357500 $150403
30-06-19-40-000-0220-0
3 19AC OB0275P0213
NETTLES THOMAS DAVID & LI
16710 CR 250
LIVE QAK. FL 32060
LOT 22CREEKSIDE '
SUBDIVISION -COM ,i NE COR
OF SEC 30 & RUN
S0I'03'43"E. ALONG E BDY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

314 R0358300 HX $27062
30-06-19-51-000-0040-0
41 94 AC OB0089PO208
ERVIN RICHARD D & CHERYL
PO BOX 255
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32607
PARCELS A & B DESCRIBED
IN OR 89 PG 208,

315 R0359000 HX $52752
30-06-19-68-000-0011-0
I 18AC OB0280P0564
POWELL DEBRA & JERRY
4299 SE 102ND AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054





316 R0359500 HX $573 13
30-06-19-68-00-000060-0
236AC OB0193PO426
THOMPSON JERRY
PO BOX 250
WORTHINGTON SPRINGS. FL
32697
LOT F RIVERBEND ESTATES.

317 R0360400 HX $759 17
30-06-19-68-000-0130-0
4 08AC OB0278PO33

10291 SW 40THTER
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT M RIOF VE ERBEND
ESTATES

318 R0360500 HX $54439
30-06-19-68-00-0140-0
500AC OB0164P0332
HUTSON JUDY A
10290 SW 40TH TERRACE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT N RIVERBEND ESTATES
ORB 119-670

319 R0360700 HX $74688
30-06-19-68-000-0160-0
I 84AC OB0233PO230
CRIBBS BARBARA A
10435 SW 40TH TERRACE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT P RIVERBEND ESTATES.
ORB 120-237

320 R0361800 HX $5494 13
300-6-19-68-000-0290.0
I 06AC OB00721P0439
SOWAUTERN NERAL& DINA
3821 SW lOOTIEPI.
LAKE BUT2NLER FL
32054RAFORDF.8210
I.OT CC RIVERBIEND ESTATE
ALSO 15 FT SASRIP OF LAND
JONT FIGOUSTO NORTH SIDE
OF I.OT CC SEE ORB 213. P
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

321 R0362875500 $53537
30-06-209-68-000-0430-0
2 80 AC OB0212P0293
AOR VC DONNA M
985 SW HARTFORD WAY
LAKE CITY. FL 32024
PARCEL QQ DESC OF 117/602

322 R0375200 HX $49490
13-05-20-00-00200-0
I 00AC OB014079P0369
WALDRON GERALDINE
12792 NE 222ND LANE
RAIFORD. FL 32083
COM AT POB AS DES IN OR
27 P658 & TH RUN N 222
FTTIE RUN W 19045 FT TH'
RUN S 222 FF & TH RUNE
190 45 FT TO FOB

323 R0375500 $157825
i 3-05-20-00.000-0230-0
68 AC OB0233P0590
AFFORDABLE AUTOMOTIVE REP
AND SERVICES INC.
22876 NW 38T11 AVE
LAWTEY. FL 32058
COM (00 SE COR OF SEC 13 &
RUN NOI"34'30'W ALONG E
LN THEREOF984 39 FT.
S58*46'43"W, 41 01 FT TO
(ADD*I LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

324 R0382700 HX $55231
21-05-20-00-000-0090-0
I 00AC OB0140P0562


ATWOOD KIM C
11583 NESR 121
LAKE BOTLER. Fl. 32054
COM AT NW (OR OF 0 f1/4 OF
SEC 21 & RUN SI DEC 44
MIN E ALONGQUARTER LINE
600 9 FT TO POB & THENCE
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

325 R0383500 $725 57
22-05-20-00-000-0020-0
400AC OB0195P0050
TOMLINSON CHARLES JTR
8177 SE 169TH LANE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS 1.2.3 BLK 33 IN
JOHNSTOWN LOT 15 BLOCK 34

326 R0383800 HA $129821
22-05-20-00-000-0050-0
1500AC OB0170P0013
SMITH BERT DUANE. CURTIS
11938 NE 194TH PLACE
I.AKI: BUTLER. FL 32054
TI F: 720 FT OF SW/4 OF
NWI/41.YING S OF RR & N OF
SR 121, & THE E 600 FT OF
IEEL NW 1/4 OFNWI/4 I.YNG S


O) RR ROW.

327 RO.188600 X $328.01
23-05-200-00-000-0281-0
I 00 AC OB0282P0527
I I.FORES MARIA I F!K/A
FRITZ MARIA I
I1873 NE 207TH COURT
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @( INT OF W LN OF
NEI/4OF SWI/4 WITH N R/W
OF ACLRR & RUNNE'LY,
ALONG N R/WA. 1014 52FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL. SEE TAXROLL)

328 R0391300 $104 75
24-05-20-00-000-0030-0
20 00AC OBO218P0515
BANKS WILLIAM E &
LARRY DEAN AS TRUSTEE
11927 NE 222ND COURT
RAIFORD, FL 32083
NI/2 OF SEI/I OF NEI/4

329 R0391600 $1157.42
24-05-20-00-000-0050-0
400 AC 0B0056P0254
BANKS WILLIAM EDWIN
C/O BETTY J. ROSS
12032 NE 222ND CT
RAIFORD, FL 32083
NEI/4 OF SE1/4 N & W OF
GRADED RD

330 R0391700 $11157
24-05-20-00-000-0060-0
40 35 AC OB0070P0093
BANKS WILLIAM EDWIN
C/O BETTY J ROSS
12032 NE 222ND CT
RAIFORD. FL 32083
SW I/4 OF NEI/4 OF SEI/4.
NW1/4 OF SE1/4 OF SE1/4,
SI/2 OF SEI/4 OF SEI/4.
AND W 100 FT OF NI/2 OF
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

331 R0394600 $43834
26-05-20-00-000-002A-1
2 00AC OB0273POI01
IoLSOM SUSAN B
11092 NE 204TH LN
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM Si NW COR OF SEC 26 &
RUN .N85*32'47"E. ALNG N
LN THEREOFI1326 31 FT TO
NE COR OF NW 1/4 OF NWI/4,
(ADD'l. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

332 R0394700 HN $50720
26-05-20.00-000-002B-O
500AC OB0186POI58
COMBS L E WALTER JR & ROB
11260 NE 204TH LANE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM @ NW COR OF SEC 26
FOR POB& RUN N85*32'47"E.
ALONG N LN THEREOF 539 85
FT, SOl 05'22"E27 06 FT.
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

333 R0404900 HX $139937
29-05-20-00-000-0350-0
S02 AC OB0220POS15
WETZEL MARGARET &
ATHANASAKOS ELIZABETH
PO BOX 298
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COR OF E1/2 OF
SWI/4 & RUN N02*23'40"W.
ALNG W LN THEREOF 765 00
FT. N85'36'20"E366 02 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

334 R04060)0 $241483
29-05-20-00-000-0460-0
54 AC OB022:P0073
WETZEL MARGARET &
PO BOX 298
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 630 FT E SW COR OF
SW 14 SEC 29 & RUN E 180
FT N 24o 31 FTTH W 180
FT TH S TO POB LESS & EXC
ORB 222. P 73 *

335 R0413800 $55929
29-05-20-07-001-0010-0
46 AC OB0199P070
WETZEL MARGARET &
PO BOX 298
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THE EAST 143 FTOF BLK I
BEINGLOTS 1. 2. 3. 20.
21. & 22 OF BLK I.
TOGETHER % ITH RESERVE ON
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

33o R0418N00 $53.1441
30.-05.-2000000-0$80-0O
ol AC OBU:33POc82
WETZEL MARGARET &
3608 NE 2:RD ASE
FTLAL DERDAE. FL J3303
WI2 LAND OF BLK 9
ORIGINAL TO% N & N OF SR
238 EXC RD RFLW.EXC THE S
104 60 FT

337 R042o500 HX $15834
310.0 -204-0.00-000-08
1OAC OBOlcPOI I
FORTUNE DONALD C SR & SHE
95' '1 3RDST
L AKE BITLFR FL 12014
BLGiINNING ATr riTHE
CORNER OF NI : OF CO\ T
IOT 9 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP
5 SOUTHI RANGE 20 EAST AND
IADD'. LEGAL SEE TAXROL L)

338 R049 2:o:00 02
100- 05:O08.O OO-00 04l
2 AC OBO21IOP147
WETZEtL MARGARET & ATHEANAS
PO BOX :'o
I AKE B0I1 FR. FL 1):20
LOT i OF BLK 2:OF
I AKDSIDE A SL-B IN THE
CITY OF LAKE B"TLERAS PER
PLAT BOOK I PAGE 1 (ORB
201. P 399)(SEC 10-5.20)

930 R0430400 HX $23523
30-05-20--0u 00-060-0.
14 AC OB0192PS050
TOMILINSON FLOYD WAYNE &
DOROTHY ELLA
105 NW 4TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
105 NW' 4TH AVE COM 210 FT
N OF NE COR 141AIN & DEKLE
STS & RUN E 100 FT N 50
FTW 100 FT& S 50 FTTO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

340 R0430700 HX $52799
30-05-20-09-000-0100-0
49 AC OB0039PO252
GREEN CHARLES L JR & TANY
110 NW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-1627
COM 40 FT W OF NW COR BLK
14 ORIG TOWN & RUN W 161
1/2 FT N 135 FT E 161 12
FT&S 13 5 FT TO POB
MCKIN'NEYS RESERVE

341 RO432000 HX $801 84
30-05-20-10-003-0020-0
63 AC OB0194P0143
CLEMONS CHARLOTTA L
180 SW 9TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
S112 BLK 3 BEING 175 FT
ON W SIDE& 121 FTON E
SIDE D E KNIGHTS ADDITION

342 R0411200 $518 58
30-05-20.10.004.0011-0
41 AC OB019P0.1p43
JACKSON FihMOTHY L & CORA
17SW9)11EAV'I
LAKE BUTLER. FL 12054
NORTII 12 OF EI.K 4
KNIGIIT'S ADD)'N TO CITY OF
LAKE BIUTL.ER AS PER PB I.
P2. UNION CO. rL(ORB
193. P435)(SEC 30.5-20)

343 R0432400 $76 55
30-05.20- 11000-001I1.0
12 AC OB0118P0284
JENKINS JOSEPH W
725SWISTTER
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-1554
COM 1"0 SE COR BYRD VERNER
LOT T N 105 07 FT. TH W
50FT. THS 105 07 FT. TH
E 50 F'T TO POBORB 118-284

344 R0434400 $95764
30-05-20.I1 1-003-0120-0
29AC OB0256P0662
COX WAYNE MI & DAWN
C/0O C & S OUTDOORS
PO BOX 598
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-0598
I.OTS 12. 13.& 140OF
BLOCK 3. MCKINNEY'S
ADDITION LESS & EXCR/W OF
SR 100. 1/2 OF LAND
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

345 R0435100 HX $59990
30-05-20-11-004-0011-0
3SAC OB0172P036Q
LUIJKE RICHARD D
PO BOX 601
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054


LOTS I THROUGH 6, E1/3 OF
LOT 14. AND ALL OF LOTS
15& 16. BLK 4.
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

346 R0435200 $441 72
30-05-20- 1-004-0070-0
04AC 01O0160P0114
TURKNETT JOHN
470 W MAIN ST
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOTS 7 & 8 BLK 4
MCKINNEYS ADD & COM & NW
COR LOT 7 BLK 4FOR POB.
TH E 70 12 FT. TH N 12 07
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

347 R0435700 $27102
30-05-20-11-004-0190-0
11 AC
GREEN CHARLES L JR
110 NW 3RD AVE
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-1627
LOTS 19& 20 BLK4
MCKINNEYS ADD EXC E 3 FT
OF LOT'20 AND N 83 FT
OFLOT 21


348 R0436500 IIX $151,20
30-05-20-11-007-0090-0
.34AC OB0174P0164
WILLIAMS DAVID & BOBBIE
530 SW ISTST
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOTS 9TO 14 INCLBLK 7
MCKINNEYSADD

349 R0439700 HX $95971
30-05-20-11-025-0030-0
-II AC OB0265P0623
JENKINS JOSEPII W &
MONTPETIT JOSEPH
725 SW IST TERR
LAKE BUTLER, FL 320541
LOTS 3, 4, & 5. BL.K 25 OF
MCKINNEYS ADDITION

350 R04,10300 HX $33322
30-05-20-11-031-0030-0
II AC OB0199PO469
STEWAIT CARRIE
825 SW IST WAY
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-1546
LOT 3 BLK 31 MCKINNEYS
ADDN

351 R0440400 $208.43
30-05-20-11-031-0040-0
IIAC OB0053P0153
STEWART THOMAS J
825 SW IST WAY
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT4 BLK 31 MCKINNEYS
ADD

352 R0440900 HX $141033
30-05-20-11-032-0010-0
1.83 AC OB0227P0387
GRIFFIN CLARENCE & ANNIE
815 SW ISTWAY LOT2
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-0172
BLK 32 OF MCKINNEY'S ADDN
CITY OF LAKE BUTLER

353 R0441000 HX $66732
30-05-20-11-033-0020-0
37AC OB0132P01'03
ALEXANDER LUCY
817 SW 2ND) STREET
LAKE BUTLIRFLE, FL 1320541
TIHAI" PORI'ION 01- IOTS 2 3
4 5 & Uo I.K 33 MCKINNE-Y'S
ADD TO LAKE 11UTILEIL, lXC
DOT ROW.

354 R0441100 IIX $16878
30-05-20-I 1-034-0010-0
08AC OB0135P0184
WEEKS MONROE & KATIE MAE
PO BOX 164
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-0164
ALL OF BLOCK 34
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION EXC
PART DESC IN OR 25 PAGE
445 SOLD TO A J CRAWFORD.
EXC DOT ROW.

35 R0441200 533770
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 I1
RUN NW PARA WITH R/W OF
SHORT ST 143 FT TH RUN SW'
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

356 R0441900 $63 16
30-05-20-11-036-0030-0
IIAC OB0031P0047
JAMES JACOB D
2717 NW 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE. FL 32606
LOT 3 BLK 36 MCKINNEYS
ADDN

357 R0442300 $283 03
30-0'-20-11-036-0071-0
II AC OB0080PO100
SMITH LUKE JR
660 SE 3RD STREET
LAKE BIUT ER. Fl.
32054-2210
SI LOTS 7 & BIK 16
MCKINNEY'S ADDITION

358 R04426910 $ ( %
10.0-20- 11.017.0070-0
II AC (011024t1[xO01
CAPITAL RSOUIRCES I INANCI
(ROt1 P t. C
124 E IHOWARI) S I
I IV OAK. II 120 14
LOTS 7 & 8 B.K 17
IC'KINNIY'S ADDITION

3 9 RN442700 5$0771o
30.0'.:20-1 .017.0( -.0
II AC OBO:22810178
W.EBB THOMIAS I SR
870 SW%' IST SIRFFT
I AKE UITI IR I1 1 :oQ 4
LOTS 1& I0BI K 17
MCKINNEYS ADD
I.' R.142, l EI1 $21 I'-

II A'C o11014'Ii1I'h 1
1. 1111) JAMI SI & M 11Ri A I
8W0 I' IST SI
LAKI IEI'ETI-R I I
1204.ti01 (I
SO011 & 12 111 K 17
MCKINNI ',S AI0ID DIi II III,.
TO BlrK V(
703 I K 11

10 1 0 N 41111,l01 '
II AC B01101 1"'110,2


I AKI. ITb lI 111
I OTIS I& 4 Ill K4 Io
IMCKINN- YS ADDIIII ON

)02 R0441(0)0 S4O')
10o-0.:0-11.040.012n.0
0.AC OBOI'.'POOol
BROWN 1JANITA
C.O HENRY ALL.EN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD. FL 32772
LOT 12 BLK 40 MCKINNEYS
ADDN

363 R0444000 $253 04
30-05-20-12-00D-0080-0
-07AC OB0200P0147
CHAVARRIA DAVID
550 SW 7TH STREET
LOT 4
LAKE BU`TLFR.FL 2:054
RUN 5 85 FT FROM NW COR
LOT D.TH S 42 5 FT. TH E
77 FT. TH N 42 5 FT. TH W
77 FT TO POB

364 R0444600 HIX Sl'l20
30-05. 20. 2-1.-0 .-OOO-
07AC OBO261P0410
ZERBA CATEHERINE
50 NW 1OTH AVE N6
LAKE BUTLER. FL 3:204
LOT 6 BLK E BL. NEW SOM
ADDITION

3) R0444O800 $111 41
30-.0- 0. 1.2-001-0010.0
41 AC
YOIL'NG I.lF ANN\ IS rATF
C,-oDANIFE GFORGE
411 POSSIM CT
CAPIIOlHE FI(H IS. MI)
20741
lI.K I E) I NI WSOM AI)) IIIONs
39) Rt1441.l(oo $1091 )fO
I o 02 A 1 )12(,' 1 n2 21
GRII FHN A(01) I I N AMI
600 SW WI NDY I'RRA( I
I AKI.CIIY. II 1202i
BLOCKS IlA& II III
NEW.SOME'S ADI)'N

367 R8441(00 $21900 ,
10.05.20-i2-012-00o10-0
78 AC OBO2o5P0221
GRIFFIN SCOTT& OLIN JIAMF
600 SW WEND\' TERRACE
LAKE CITY. FL 12025
BLOCK 12, B L NEWSOME'S
ADD'N

368 R0445700 $393 07
30.05-20.12-0131-0011-0
20OAC OB0246P0111
ADVANTAGE REATY OF N 1 I.A
408 SW RII)GEVIEW PLACE
I.AKE CITY. FI. 132024-3691
CONM i' NE COR 1OF BLK Il
FOR POB& RUIN S00O00'OO"'
AI.NG E I.N THFI-REOF. 1001 0
FT 10 INl" W1 IIHN RAV 01 SR
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXR()I.I.)

369 ROR-18200 $2294 85
10-05-20-1 3-000-0180-I
2i, AC (OI0229105(,8
THIIOMAS DANIIEL R
PO BOX 672


LAKE IIIUTI.ER, Fl. 12014
COM AT NE COR OFI 1 01 18
B~LY6 ORIGINAL brown. CII Y
OF LAKE BUTLEiR. TH1 W 52
Fr. TIIS 112 FT, 1T E 12
(ADD'L LEGAL SEEI TAXROI 1.)

370 R0452700 $12189 0
30-05-20-13-021-0010-0
26) AC OB02401'0530
SOUTHERN PROFESSIONAL I11
704 N LAKE STREET
STARKE. FL. 32091
El/2 BILK 21 S OF1RY ORIG
TOWN

371 R0453800 $18809
30-05-20-14-000-0020-0
22 AC OB102821'052
FUI.GHUM DONITA I.YNN DRIG(
1170 SW IST TERR
LAKE BUTLER, FI. 312054
LOT 2 RUBIYS SUII)

372 R045-1400 $155761
30-05-20-14-000-0071-0
22 AC OB0266P0674
ALEXANDER GERALDINE
215 SE 7TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2215
LOT 19, RUBYE'S S/D rTO


CI'Y OFLAKE BUTLER AS PER
PB I,P 17

373 R11055400 (IX $52915
30-05-20-14-000-0240-0
22 AC OD0266P1674
RUSIIING CHARLES
1140 SW IST RD
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOT 24, RUI3YE'S S/D "TO
CITY OFI.AKE BUTLER AS PER
IB 1. P 17

374I 1R-157140 IIX $158 34
31-05-20-00-000-0120-0
4ll AC 010200'100,5
MEADOWS IRIAN MICHAEL
140 SE. 2NI) ST
LAKlE IUTlilt. FL 32054
COMO 60 FT W OF NE COR
GOVT 1OT2, TII RUIN W 128
FTTII S 273 FTTHI I 58 FT
TlI S TO RY R/W 1'H11 70 FT
(ADI'L LIEGAL SLII TAX ROLL)

375 R0460600 IX $252.39
31-05-20-00-000-0500-0
1 53 AC 01)021310042
CREWS JUDITIH A
1105 SW 6TIIAVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2319
A PARCEL OF LAND 428 FT E
& W M/L & 420 FT N & S
M/L & EXC I AC IN NW COR
& EXC RD R/WS

376 10462200 $118704
31-05-20-00-000-0546-0
.91 AC OB0227P0258
MCCULLOUGH LINDA A
8908 NE 67T1-I WAY
GAINESVILLE, FL. 32609
COM @ SW COR GOV LOT 10,
T1Il N 520 FT, II1 E 200 FT
TO POil, THIN 200 FT1, TII E
20(1 FTI TH S 200 F F. 1H1 W
200 FIT T PO11,

177 10(-14,2S0O IIX $261695
11 -. 20(-00-(00-0549.-0
I IiAC" 0110195PO.118
WII SON I'HOMAS I & AIDRIEY
1811 SW IRD STIREI'
LAKE I lit II.itR, F. 32041
COM SWco ('I o (IVT i.OT 10,
SI'C 3105 20 AND RIIN
NI)0'15'01" i 1480 00 FT.
TII N83*38'03" E 1094 88
(ADD'I .EGAL SEE TAXROLL)

378 RO465000 $4041 60
31-05-20-00-00-0760-0
5 70 AC O0228P0336
WIE 171 L. MARGARET &
A TIIANASAKOS ELIZABETHI
155 SE 61il Pl.
I.AKFU11T11I.ER. l. 32054
COM ON F LINE SIC 31 50
FT FROM CEN rER SOU RR &
RUN S\' PARA W/RR 135 FT TO
POB S 420 FT E PARA W/RY
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

379 R04o200 $523 38
31-05-200-000-0781 -0
30AC OB0085P0159
MILLER PAULM. MARTIN
12249 SW 48TH TER
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THE N 140 FT OF THE
FOLLOWING DESC PROPERTY
COM ON E/L OF SEC 31 50
FT S OF RR RUN S 420 FT W
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

380 R0467800 FHX $45 82
31-05-120-00-000-0980-0
297AC OB016P0396
HARRELL BRITT L & LISA H
9435 S CR 211
LAKE BUTLER FL 32054
ALL THAT PART NI'2 OF
NI,2 GOVLOT 9. LYING S OF
CNTR .N GRD RD & E OF
CEMTR LN DRAINAGE DITCH.

181 RlkW47(-2 8 '8S 48
31.1 .;0. 1t,-4l -.Ol 1ll .O
:4 \A(C oll1 -'IP'1,)20
I)1iN.\\,M I-\\II s CARROLl
(" t11 IN 1\ 51M\
41 I \% R[) 51
I -\K ItII I R I 12014
II O N 1) 1 : I (1 I'
DK I I IR II I 01I I IOS TO
till (1 1 \KI BIl III R

IS1 Kl1R4V'4l 115\ $118 14

:2 AM (ht'I:'Pll I
NOR1" / K II I II A & MKIIIIRI

I -k l lit IIIR II

1I :1l %1 : I 2 1 I' OI'
I)1 kl I I lo> i IilInos ro
1 11 I ll I AKI II I IR ll
I p I 1

Ii 81 42': 111 S.11"
M l2 II 2 l 3).11"
I S \ tI III H 1N 1t A 1 I 11
1:" N\l iR1 \\1
I I lK I II I IK I1
I91S ':1.1
S 1 :4t \ II ll'tll ItS l
1111 Il 111

1.1 RK, "'4' $1S : 41


IIM4 1 I I (1 II I I
;I4' SA '*I 1 % |I
I S I lt Tl 1 8K I

I III f 8 t I I III Ki I
:NI I 1 > 1 F11 IT '414
K I' K-''.- 1\ N 4'$ 41'

if. A li tll FT TO 11
I \( KtIsN l,R \MIA A I, I NIN I'N
(-11 SB\ iRl l1

I l\l .. S% 1OR ltIor TilE I
I.510 I I 1N\ '; FI TH. i
I1V1 f EIIES 3 ,FTTOP1I.0B.

10S R,4"SN H.I\ S1l'.< SI
1,A AC B00:'4p-,4S<
THI lAS4 RONAI DL A
GOD\% IN DA-PHNE R
::-' s1 RD I\)\T
I AKF BL'T1 FR. Fl 320'54
COI N CORI I OT ; OF
ODOi 5 ADD N A RUN WEST.
TO SF 2DST. I lOFT.,
SO, Tt. 200 FT. EAST 110
F T. IST.I 20O.FT TO POB

;S' ROI-SS 11 S1NIt'
I -0'-: -1. 1 O.(1'.n (M I -l
l -1 I- 314III'p'Ao 4
hINSIM R 410S\' ITRD ST
I. KI I\ II lI R. F
12t1 r0"11) ,112
S 1" I 1 1TOFI(tT4 OI13N5S
ADII) NSI Y Sl RVNY. ALSO OR
07 PAGI. 45.

188 R04$Ill I \IX $108O1
11.0 01.20.1-t 8.0010-0
2 AC O1O01 '0 4PO21'
MA1 I -SRI 1lISt-I JOYCE
2'6 ,1s 4Ii si
I -%K I'I R. FIl 12054
Wil 4 O III K 8 [1OWNSFNDS
1D 1I *,GRCREFIN

180 Ro8n10-l15 $142 11
'I l ,! ("I 13 12111' 4 (l

M1OI I 1 SRAN 1 1
Oft, s\t ;\ t ) W.\^
I AKI A i IIR. Il 1201 ,4
NoR I) 1111 11 I F l 111 K 12
I Ail R1,RI I N

I'Ol) R ll1hiO51 $770 1 I
II i' 21'') 1'1 i 110O
1(A{ II 1 1.11'I 01%2
M()l K I /IRA I I *\
'0|51 ) ( 211
I AKI IIIII IR II, 12054
I llS I 108 INCIl I.1K 241
I AKI' ll'11 II IIIGill ANDS ADD
IN s212 ) ioF NOr IN
(ITY

I1'1 R0.186O10 lE. $41 -19
1911 21-2 -02014 80.-280.-
27AC OBOIaoPO4F0I
11 IMS WLIl. I.IAM TOWARD JR &
MIS1 YD TEF.MS
517 SW 12Ti ST 1
I AKI IBUTI 1-R. FI 21054
I 01 28 SHAW'S ADDITION TO
I.AKI. IIU11TI I.R
102 RO-1.87100 $1771 21
11.) A0.Co.not5OpO O-0

II).I it PAIll IRAII.S LILC
I'Ol 1 ).\ 181
I AK IllI I.I 'R. I '. 12054
I 1 5 (111 *| |,1 R 'PA- il
I RA11l Sil)PI 2, P1' 20


9 1 RO.188 il) $11072 8go
12- )5.-20-00-0001-1 080.0
( 1 AC II01III81P02
VI.N1U I RI'Al I S IA I INC'
UlSIIH I I.AK I UIIHFR MIIP
12o'1 .1J'I INGIO)N RIDGEI DRI
JACKS(ON\'II, -, "1
1 8-l.1 12 '"-N
I 1111 IIIl Y 'i0 I 1 OF
SIi2 01. N \ 1 1 .S OF NR 121

19.1 RH(I4 .Si00 I $0 I .1 i '
12-105 211) 1-O0-OO 0- IIO O-
.17 ,C O011111?11111221
SIRI lN(lI llRO
87\ SI 111 I I E
I -KI IH M tllR II 12 ,.1
( 1OM1Al IPOl %S I)1 S( IN OR
28 P21 ,1IIRI H N S 'I '
Al I(,R I .'72 1 1 I II
SW IY 21 1"1 I I I NW'I1
(ADD ) I IA.,1IA S I I- I%\ RtI I )

1I9 Ro.18isoI \ Ii\ 'O81 .11i
12-AKI OO.I11 ll ).l| I l

SI 1. IN() I lOYS I A I1. I \ I I'
87S1 Sl III -\\I
I1.SKI' I ll'1 8 IR I
1 1214.)(1- 0.1


COM AT SE'LY R/W OF GS &
F RR & E'LY R/WOFNE 5
TH AVE & RUN S ALG RD R/W
FOR A DIST OF 105 FTTO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

396 R0489600 HX $577.14
32-05-20-22-001-0013-0
31 AC OB0179P0450
ALEXANDER BONNIE MAE
550 SE 2ND STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
A PORTION OF LOTS I & 2.
BLK IOF J W TOWNSEND'S
ADDITION INLAKE BUTLER
BEING DESC AS COM@ NW
(ADD'I. LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

397 R0490400 IX $723.36
32-05-20-22-003-0012-0
24 AC OB0026P0364
WATKINS ALFRED & JOSEPHIN
PO BOX 341
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-0341
COM AT SE COR OF BLK 3 &
RUN N 100 FT FOR POB
THENCE RUN W 50 FT N 215
FT E 50 FT& S 215 FT TO
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

398 R0490700 $15691
32-05-20-22-003-0040-0
.62 AC OB0222P0003
WATKINS ALFRED & JOSEPHIN
PO BOX 341
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
LOTS I & 4. BLOCK 3 OF
J.W TOWNSEND ADD'N TO
CITY OF LAKEBUTLER LESS
& EXC A PRCL BEING 50 FT
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

399 R0491200 HX $153 58
32-05-20-22-004-0021-0
.41 AC OB0048P0505
JONES MARZELLA W
355 SE 5TH AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL
32054-2615
SI/2 LOT 2 BLK 4 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD

400 R0491400 $171 26
32-05-20-22-004-0040-0
83AC OB0155P0061
BROWN JUANITA
C/O HENRY ALLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD, FL 32772
LOT 4 BLK 4 J W TOWNSEND
ADD EXC PARCEL 10 FT X 10
FT IN SE'LY GOR

401 R0491500 $82674
32-05-20-22-005-0010-0
41 AC
GRAYSON ANNIE C
704 SE 7TH ST
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
N1/2 LOT I BLK 5 J W
TOWNSENDSADD

402 R0491800 HX $15834
32-05-20-22-005-0040-0
20AC OB0182P0127
GRIFFIN LONNIE R
655 SE 4TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
THE SOUTH 90 00 FT OF THE
EI/2LOT4, BLK 5. J W
TOWNSEND ADDITION AS PER
PLAT RECORDED IN PB I. P
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

403 R0492000 $6271
32-05-20-22-006-0011-0
13AC OB0156P0408
WATKINS LEON JR
508 SW 14TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
S 60 FTOF E 100 FT LOT I
BLK 6

404 R0493000 $7291
32-05-20-22-008-001 -0
33 AC OBO260P0515
MAYES MICHAEL A& ANNETTE
640 SE 4TH ST
LAKEi BUTLER. FL 32054
EAST 141 75 FT 01 LOT I.
BLK 8J \ TOWNSFND'S
ADDITION. NORTHOF
DRAINAGF DITCH (ORB 200.
P 515)

401 R4o1200 578 18
12.05..:0.22.00o.002 -O0
24 AC OBO272PO.' 40
MEAYES MICIHA* & ANNETTE
140 SF 4TEI STRI FT
I AKE Ill'Tl ER. II. 12054
COM I. NW COR LT 2 BI.K J
W 1OS\ NSI AND'S ADDN. TItH I
o'1 : FTTO POR. TH CONT IE
t iFT. TH1S 110IT 10
(41I)D1 I'GALI SE TAXROLI)

40(X Re491t S 1o:'82
12.01 .21 22.00 -.20::.0
n1 AC Oo11:0oP0422
\%iI. I A11\ I RASIER R JR
11r0o \'w 4 "1i AVINtT
S1ARKM I 1:01
'OM N% ( K\RN OI DRAINAGE
1)l111E INC. N E1 KS IJW
To%.NI5%1DS ADDITION & THE
RLN 140 0FT. TII R'N I.
(ADIDL I I.GAL SI t- TAXROLI I

407 RNMu14l1 $:1 18
12..:0;0.22.l'S.0021.0
11 AC (lII0.r'fpo'I
MANlI SMICHAI I A A NNETTI
1,4051 411l ST

COEM NI\ COR o0 1 1 :.
III K ARI N IAI1 |92 I
I TO 111 I o 1RAST I F
SOl Il1 1:011 18 OR TNISN'
ADD4 I IGM .41 I 1AXROI LI

40118 R04041o S1012 10
12.01.:0.22.t1.(.0010.0
54 8 C ()110(197P0:22
PIRIT D IID M & PHYLLIS L

lHII l SPRINGS. t. 32:655
TItAT PABT OF LOT 3. BLKE
.9. &-LOT 2 BLK 12. &A
LATTE I'UN-OPENED STREET
LYING BETWEEN SAID LOTS 3
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

409 R0N94'00 $173 64
32-05-20-22.014.IIO-00
83 AC OB0055P0261
GREEN GEORGE WAYNE
15':8NW 112TH TRAIL
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
LOT I. BLK 14. JW
TO\VNSEND'S ADDITION TO
THE CITY OF LAKE BUTLER.
PLAT BOOK I. PAGE 8 (ORB
55. P 127)

410 RO4o05300 $11193

22 AC OB0055P0449
JAMES JACOB D
2717N5'' 54TH AVE
GAINESVILLE. FL 32606
THE N 112 OF THE N 1 OF
THEE 10646 FT BLK 17J
W TOWNSENADDITION

411 R0495500 $32409
32-05-20-22-017-0012-0
71 AC
THOMAS PAULINE
PO BOX o85
LAKE BUTLER. FL
32054-0685
\WV 9004 FT LOT I. LOT 3
EXC I.OT92 5 X 140 FT BLK
17.& THIIAT PART OF DBlK 16
OF BRANCH
JONES-BROWN-PAtILINE

412 R0411o0X) $91 73
12.05-20.22-017-0020-0
29 AC On0094P0726
BROWN JUANITA
C/O IIINRY ALL.EN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD. II.12772
THE S I/2 OF THE NI/2 OF
W 140FT BLK 17.JW
TOWNSEND ADDN

411 R0495900 $57 48
32-05-20-22-017-0032-0
II AC OB01551'001l1
BROWN JIIANITA
C/O HENRY ALLEN
PO BOX 1411
SANFORD. FL 32772
NI/2 OF SI/2 OF W 106 4o
FT OFF 21292 FFBLK 17J
W TOWNSENDS ADDITION.

414 R0496000 HN $56807
32-05-20-2201 7-0040-0
22 AC OB0239P0434
HUGGINS GENEVA
830 SE 7TH AVE
LAKE BUTLrIR, FL
T 32054-2904
TIE S /2 OF S 1/2 01F l
10b 46 FT OF BLK 17 J W
TOWNSENDS ADD


415 R0493.00 II1 $552 50
132-05-20-22-018.00110.0
20 AC OB01171P0295
FIll TON CURRIE I.
PO BOXN 703
LAKE UTLLER, F. 12054
Ni/114 .OT I B.K 18 JI W
TOWNSFNDS ADD

411 R1904000(1 $24 Ito
32-05-20-22-018-001 1-0
20( AC( 00057111228
JONES RLEIICCA FIEMING
33.1 SWi EXPLORER GELN
FORT WHITIII. F
32018-4024
Nw1 QIT I I I.K 183J W
I'O\WNSEINIS ADD

117 1R04172100 $315 22
12-. 5-2.:l, 22.018 00.12-0
20 AC O 1101710230
Jl I I'RSON SVIC(IOR
8OSI 1 71111 P
I AKI II1'11 -R 1. l .
121054.2911
I'" si/20 O1.1I IEn K I8 J
W1' 'IOWNSI NDS AD

418 R0,4 100 $102 8')


32-05-20-22-01 8-0043-0
20 AC
JEFFERSON RIUFI8 S
865 SW 7TH IPL.
LAKE BUTI.IER. I'l,
32054-2905
El/2 OF S1/2 01 1.01 4
BLOCK 18 J W TOWNSI-NI)S
ADDICTION

419 110497600 IIX $710194
32-05-20-22 1-1900110-0
37AC 01301481'0(13
MCDONAI.D ANIDREA T
710SE I 'T11 ST
LAKE I1'I LER, FI. 12054
El/2 01 WI/2 BI.OCK19 J W
TOWNSENDS ADDITION

420 R0500900 IIX $77962
02-06-20-00-000-0055-0
4 50 AC OB10123P0657
WILLIAMS KENNETHI L&
PATRICIA P CLYATT
8481 SE 205TII AVE
LAKE BUTLER, FL 32054
COM @ SW COl SEC 2. 1T1
RUN E43695 FT, TH' N
805 77 FT TO POB. TH N
323 02 FT, TH E 607 95
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

421 R0501900 $721 63
03-06-20-00-000-0070-0
3 20 AC OB0266P0125
GREEN CHARLES IYMAN J &
GREEN A C & GREEN SYDNEY
C/O IIO NW 3RD AVI
LAKE IUTI'.R, FL 32054
COM ON S LINE OF ST RI)
100 AT A PT OF
INTESI;CT'ION WI'TI (GRAIDEDI
RD TO IHAYES IN NI/2 OFI
(ADD'. I.EGAL SI.E 1AXROI.L)

422 R0502500 IIX $79022
03-06-20-32-000-0050-0
S56 AC OB0195110207
BEMBRY CIARI.ES B
20044 E SR 100
LAKE BUTLEIR, Fl. 32054
PORTION OF LOT E,
PINETREE EST(AN
UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION)
COM @ INT OF E LN OF SEC
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

423 R0504300 HX $633 93
03-06-20-32-000-0181-0
3 74 AC OB0219P0665
ROWE DWIGHT& LETOIS
20457 SE 88TH TRAIL
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
A PORTION LOT R PINETREE
EST DESC AS FOLLOWS. COM
INT W/W BDRY SEC 2 & ROW
SR 100. TH SE'LY 1023 99
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

424 R0507400 HX $759 74
03-06-20-32-000-0440-0
400AC OB0091P0555
SEAY REX L& KIMBERLY
20347 SE 85TH STREET
LAKE BUTLER. FL 32054
COM 0@ SE COR SEC 3, TH
RUN W ALNG S LINE 592 72
FT TH N 1361 72 FT. TH E
375 03 FT TO POB. TH N
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

425 R0509800 $584 15
06-06-20-00-000-0019-0
200AC OB0279P0311
GRIECO DAWN
5551 N WINSTON PK BLUE
UNIT 208
COCONUT CREEK. FL 33073
COM ro SW COR OF NI/2 OF
GOV'TLOT 10& RUN
N84*02'22"E. ALNGS LN
THEREOF. 266 26 FT,
(ADD'L LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

426 R0511200 HX $122201
06-06-20-00.000-0100-0
I 00 AC OB0056P01 3
SANDERSON GERA.D L. & SL'SA
8705 SW 163RD PI'ACE
LAKE BUTLER. FI. 12054
FROM POINT 0F lBEG AS
DESCRIBED IN 1OR 2o P742
TIt RIN W 153F FT Til RUNS
284 84 FT TH RUN E 153 FT
(ADD' LEGAL SEE TAXROLL)

427 R0'11700 HX $15834
06.06-20-00-I0W0-0132.0
50AC OB108POI05
SANDERSON F L. G I. S A
8(,82 S% 13RD-I.A CE
LA.KE I11H-.FR. F 32054
COM .i INT OF 1 I.N SI 2
GOV I OT4. W' CEN LN CO RD
211. Ti l % 41 37 IT. Tit N
25S) 8 FT TO PO1L 1HI S
(ADD' I IGAI, SEE TAXROI.L)

42: Ro0.12Ih ) 1Il $1O1 72
O6-,.O 11.0 IO111.O 140.O
41 AC IOl101881P(4o2
O'111 RR JAM1.S 1
PO BOX 42
LI )LUBt 1LLR.1JL
J3054-0012
CO \l\.ONt LOF SRS 21I
118 RI NN 189 11 FI rOS I
01o I 2 OF S1 2 01 GOV
IOT4TO %'I R\% 1. OI SR
1(ADD1,1 II C[AL S3L: TAXROI LI

42'0 RlIl2t::'0 $;:22488
(x`01-l 2"- 1 0.i1 l-0-0
I '% (011112141'602
I1 1/I I MI\RA(;.RI IA& 1iHANAS
10 ltIO\ N2'3
I Ik I111 I I I Il o1120
(OM 1 INI1 Il l 11 h1 Nl OF
(, 1 II 4 T)11 I TIll \ RA1
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ABOVE: As music
teacher Pam
Carter prepares
the kindergarten
classes to sing
"This Land is
Your Land," they
are introduced
by Union County
High School Band
Director Kelly
Dorsey.

RIGHT: With
the flag as their
backdrop, LBES
first graders
perform "Yankee
Doodle."


Future LBES Principal Stacey Rimes proudly accepts a flag,
recently flown over Afghanistan in honor of Lake Butler
Elementary School, from Lanny Bishop. Bishop's son,
Mitchell Bishop of the United States Marine Corps, arranged
for the donation of the flag.


K Music teacher Pam Carter gets down on the pre-k level as
they sing "This is My Country." They get some direction from
(I-r) substitute teacher Kathy Parrish, Pre-K aides Kim Owens
and Edna Elixson, Coach Matthew Elixson, and Pre-K aide
Melanie Black.






Those who serve




honored in




patriotic program


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Capt. Mitchell Bishop, USMC,
arranged for the donated flag that
was flown over Afghanistan in
honor of Lake Butler Elementary
School.


BY TAMMY WILKERSON
Times Editor


Though it was nearly two weeks be-
fore Memorial Day, it was not hard to
feel the patriotic spirit that resonated
throughout Lake Butler Elementary
School. On May 17. nearly 1,000
LBES students in grades pre-k through
fourth came together to perform a mul-
titude of patriotic songs on the front
lawn of the school.
Open to the public, more than 60
parents, family members and commu-
nity citizens attended the performance
as each grade le\el took to the make-
shift stage to sing a selection that they
had prepared.
Dressed in patriotic colors, stu-
dents- sang songs ranging from the
"Star Spangled Banner" to "This is
M\ Countr1n." In addition, the crowd
cheered as the I'nion County High
School Tigerlttes performed a flag
routine to "America the Beautiful."
hle 45-minutme program concluded
h ith I BIS un\c iling 1 custom-framed
American flag that had been flown





LEFT: Using flags for added flt
the UCHS Tigerettes perforrr
to "America, the Beautiful."
RIGHT: Current Principal Lyni
Bishop explains to the student
the history and meaning of th
United States flag.


over Kabul, Afghanistan, in honor of
Lake Butler Elementary School on
April 3. The donation of the flag was
due in part to Capt. Mitchell D. Bishop
with the United States Marine Corps.
Captain Bishop is the son of LBES
Principal Lynn Bishop and her hus-
band Lanny, and is currently stationed
in Afghanistan.
As Principal Bishop presented the
flag she said, "We appreciate all our
military personnel who serve all over
the world and in this country to keep
us safe."
The flag was accepted by future
LBES principal, Stacey Rimes, and
will be on display in the LBES front
office.
The faculty and staff of Lake But-
ler Elementary School said they would
like to thank Pam Carter, LBES music
teacher, Kelly Dorsey, UCHS band di-
rector, Patsy Fortner and the UCHS Ti-
gerettes, Nick Johnson, Brett Parrish.
Mitchell and Lanny Bishop, Trudy
Andrews, all of the enrichment teach-
ers and custodial staff of LBES as well
as everyone who attended in support.


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8A ___Union County Times Thursday, May 26, 2011


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better kick stance using a disposable cup.

RIGHT: White belt Evan Hall -
follows directions as black
belt Monica Lloyd follows
behind him.


Public library to
lose for holiday
The Union County Public Li-
brary will be closed from Satur-
day, May 28, through Monday,
May 30, in honor of Memorial
Day.

Register for
LBES summer
Voluntary PK
This program is available for
children who have not used their
VPK-voucher during the school
year. In order to participate, par-
ents must register their child with
Gateway Coalition in Lake City.
VPK dates are set as June 15-
Apg. I 1, from 7:30 am. to 4:30
p.m. at Lake Butler Elementary
School. Breakfast and lunch will
be provided, however, transpor-
tation is not provided.
For more information, please
contact Trish Ranard at 386-496-
3047.

Funds available
for energy assis-
tance
Senior citizens experiencing
an energy-related crisis can re-
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and the other energy-related ex-
penses through the Emergency
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Elderly Program.
To be eligible for the program,
sdniors must be age 60 or older,
must meet income guidelines,
and must be experiencing a cur-
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contact Elder Options at 1-800-
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Okito America of Gainesville
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making any decisions.

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B Section Thursday, May 26, 2011 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS
OBITUARIES
EDITORIAL.
NEWS FROM. BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION
I I C II I


Cancer survivors,

supporters come


together for Relay


A celebration of life. A time
of remembrance for lil'e lost.
The American Cancer
Society's Relay for I.ile is a;
mixture of emotions, butl in the
endu, it's all about making a
difference for those who will
be diagnosed \with cancer in
the future.
Bradford (County's version
of the annual fundraiser., \"as
held May 20 21 at the
Bradford Hiigh School track.
As of May 23, approxilllatcl


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lap around the track with
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$40,000 had been cCollected to
help fund research mid sttupport
services for those with cancer.
ITholughl money is still coming
in, it looks as if tle amount t
will he well below what was
collected last )ear-
approximatelly $56,00()0.
However, event chair Melanie
lFuihrman was still impressed
with the total, considering how
people have Ihten affected by
the currentit econom.ll
"That's a lot of1 money,"
FuLtrlimani said. "I'll take it."
Dimple Overstreet will lake
over as the event chair next
\car as Iuthrmai \\ill become
involved with the Relay for
Life at the stale level.
"Miss D)iipl. I'mii sure, will
do a fantastic job." Fiulirmian
said.
FIuhrman is excited about
working with the Rela\ for
life in another capacity but
admitted it \\ill he tough to not
be so inviolled in the Bradford


The sign says it all. Chuck Cornell is a survivor.


event.
"I think I'll miss it to a
certain point," Fuhrman said.
"I really like working with all
the people."


Dr. Matt Madansky (foreground, center) is led away by
Sarah Warren (far left) and Kaylee Leshuk after being
arrested by Starke Police Department Capt. Barry
Warren (background, left) as part of the jail-and-bail
fundraiser.


Walgreens of Starke-the
store Fuhrman manages-will
continue to have a team in the
Bradford Relay for Life. This
year. Walgreens was one of 30
fundraising teams.
Survivors, after getting the
event started \with the
inaugural lap, were treated to a
chicken-and-rice dinner.
complete with sides and
desserts. The meal w\as
sponsored by Altrusa of
Starke, Linda Lee. S\Ivia
Reddish and Starke Golf and
Country Club.



For more
scenes from
the 2011
Bradford
County Relay
for Life,
please see
page 10B. All
photos are by
Cliff Smelley.







2B Telegraph, Times &T Monitor B Section Thursday, May 26, 2011


Social Announcements
..... ....


Roberts-Starling
to wed Saturday
Karen Sue Roberts
announces the approaching
wedding of her daughter,
Amianda Diann Roberts of
Starke, to Thomas Lee
Starling, the son of Mike and
Sand\ Starling.
The bride-elect is a graduate
of ,Santa Fe High School and
rhe groom-elect is a graduate
of Bradford High School.
The wedding will take place
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club on Saturday, May 28,
2011, at 6 p.rm.
All friends and family
members arc invited to attend.


Christine Deanna Smith
and Ritchie Shane Landry

SSmith-Landry
S'will marry
Christine Deanna Smith and
Ritchie Shane Landry, both of
Starke, announce their
engagement and approaching
wedding.
S The bride-elect is the
daughter of Tommy and
Melody Smith of Starke. She
graduated from Bradford High
School and is employed by
SLandrv's Heavy Truck and
Tractor Service of Starke.
The groom-elect is the son
of Paul and Bonnie'l andry of
Starke. He is a graduate of
Bradford High School and is
the o.:\ner of I.andr.'s Heavy
Truck and lTnctor Service.
Tlhe wedding will take place
on Saturday, June 25. 2011, at
6 p.m. at ('amp Blanding,
outside cooper r Hall. A
reception \\ill follow inside the
hall.
Inmitations are being senr
l)ue to this being held at Camp
landing, all names of
attendees must be provided to
the post and identification will
he required to enter the gate.

Crosshorn
Ministries to
host 'golden'
meeting Thurs.
Crosshorn Ministries, the
men's outdoors group open to
males of any age, will host
John Leshuk, the president of
the local Gold, Gem and
Treasure Hunting Club of
North Florida, on Thursday,
May 26, at the Starke Gold and
Country Club at 7 p.m.
The meeting will also
include snacks and drinks,
door prizes and an outdoors
devotional.
For more information, please
visit the Web site
www.crosshornministries.org,
or contact John Whitfield by
calling 352-475-1904 or
sending e-mail to
huntfishwriter@aol.com.


Traci Lynn Cruce and
Joshua William Lee


Cruce and Lee
to wed Sept. 3
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
Cruce Jr. of ILake Butler
announce the engagement and
approaching marriage of their
daughter, Traci Lynn Cruce, to
Joshua "Josh" William Lee,
the son of Edwin "Eddie" W.
and Jane Lee of Gainesville.
The groom-elect is also the
grandson of Janice Joiner of
Starke.
The wedding will be held in
Jacksonville on Saturday, Sept.
3, 2011, on the Carnival ship
Fascination. Invitations' are
being sent.
The reception will be held in
Lake Butler on Sunday, Sept.
24, after the couple returns
from their honeymoon cruise.
Inviations to the reception are
also being sent.


Laura Christine Reddish
and Adam Richard
Wainwright

Reddish-
Wainwright to
wed in October
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish
of Kingsle) lake announoc the
engagement of their daughter,
Laura Christine Reddish, to
Adam Richard Wainwright,
the son of Patricia Wainwright
of Starke and the late Da\id
Wainwright.
An October wedding is
being planned in Key West. A
November reception will
follow in Starke.
The bride-elect is a 2002
graduate of Keystone Heights
High School and a 2007
graduate of the University of
North Florida, where she
received a bachelor's degree in
business administration. She is
currently employed as an
accounting assistant at A&M
Recovery Services.
The groom-elect is a 2002
graduate of Bradford High
School and is currently a
managing partner at A&D
Recovery Inc.


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and Lauren Stokes. At right is Delta Kappa Gamma member Iva Jean Harrell.



Local educators earn scholarships


Banquet for
Bradford High
cheerleaders to
be held May 28.
The Bradford, High School
Tornado Touchdown Club will
be hosting a banquet for thd
2010-11 cheerleaders on
Saturday, May 28, at 5 p.m. at
First Baptist Church of Starke.
Tickets are currently on sale
for $8 each and may be
purchased from Nancy Odom,
the finance officer at BHS.
All Tornado Pride Club
members are invited as guests,
but must RSVP with Odom by
Thursday, May 26.

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Cade David Calnes

Cade Caines
J.D. and Carries Caines of
Starke announce the birth of
their son, ('ade )avid Caines,
born on April 17, 2011.
He weighed seven pounds,
nine ouces and measured 20
inches at birth. He joins a
sister, Journie R\ lan (askins.
Maternal grandparents are
Ricky and ('hris.i Thompson.
and Debbie and Da% id
Thigpcn, all of Starke.
Maternal greal-grandminther is
Helen Thompson of Siarke. lie
is also the great-grandson ot
the late Kenneth "Hudd
Thllompson and th lae late \\ ;d
and Ruth )Douglas.
Paternal gradnparents air
Julie and Ronnic Newman S.i.
of (iaines ille. Internal -ieat
grandparents are Paul ind
( 'aria \V t ldcll l I .i ke
Iuller.


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graduated from ILibcerty
University in 2009 with a 3.5
grade point average.
Currently, Stokes is seeking
a master's degree in
education through Capella
University.
Stokes' family moved from
Jacksonville to Starke when
she was in second grade. For
her father, Richard, it was
coming back home. Her
mother, Debbie, retired in
2010 after 35 years of teaching
in Florida public schools.
The Baier family mov(d
from upstate New York '.t
Starke 13 years ago. Baier
finished coursework at Sarita'


Fe College in 2007. She is
currently seeking a degree in
elementary education through
St. Leo University.
Baler has been on the Dean's
List every semester. The busy
mother of three school-aged
children, Baier worked tmo
years at Southside Elementary
and is in her fourth year as a
paraprofessional at Hampton
Elementary School.
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their studies in the field of
education.
iBoth honorees are employed
full-time and enrolled in full-
time collgc classes. Both will
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graduation in spring of 2012.
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Area football teams back on the field this month


BY C(.IFFI SMIELLEY
R''i,,nl/ ; A.VIt' l /Spor'ts ld'*itor
Ilhe tline bi een thle end of
a football season and thle start
of spring practice is not
\\asIed, as players put forth
\ork in (lie weightl room in an
attempt to gel stronger, but for
Bradford head coach IDerek
('hipoletti, there is nothing
better than that tim e when
players arc arle to get back on
th' ficld, ldollnilng pads aund
helimes.
workingn g out in thie \\eight
room's file," Chipoletti said,
biut this is wha I love-
smellingthe grass and seeing
ounig mnen rullningr around
"llitting people,
Spring practices began for
the state's high school teams
on Ma\ 2. For Chipoletti,
Ke\ stone Heights head coach
Chuck Dickinson and Union
County\ head coach Rouin\n
Pruitt, it's a time for devoting
to fundamentals and
determining w\hal positions
pla) ers can fill.
Each leaim plays a spring
classic, but all three coaches
said tlie outcomlle is not
important in tlie grand scheme
of things.
"Nobody really remembers
h\\ at their spring score is,"
Chipoletti said. "If you're


trying to \\in lour spring
football gaI ne, then you' re
probably) not going to \in ltoo
many of your fall games.
"We're just worried about


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H.J. Buxton (center) gets tackled by Demetrius Martin
(left) and KeAaris Ardley after making a catch.


Defense tops

offense in BHS Red

and Gray game


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional Vcrlv./Sport.s Editor
Based on a system that
awarded points for such things
as first downs gained,
touchdowns, sacks and
turnovers, the Bradford High
School defense got the best of
the offense h\ a score of 29-18
in a Red and (Gray scrimmage
on Ma) 19.
Positive pla\s, though, w\cre
evident on both sides of the
ball as the Tornadoes no\v
prepare to line up against
somebody other than
themselves when the\ Iravel to
Orange Park to play ()aklcaf in
a spring classic on Irida) Ma)
27, al 7 p.n.
Four si\ miinrte quarters
provided various matchIl)p
between the first and second
learns loffensiverl) and
defensively. I lie first-teani
offense, for example, got off to
a strong start in the' first
quarter, going up 11-2 on tile
second-team defense, thanks in
large part to a 64- ard
touchdomin loss from Austin
'hipoletti to Kenny Dinkins.
That \\as tlie nlily time the
affenise found the end zone-
though there \were a couple of
near misses as the first team
Jefense set a strong lone for
the rest of the scrimmage in
[he second quarter, I)inlg the
core al I-1-all. Thlie defense
recorded five sacks in the
quarter, Iwo of which were b)
Wall Manning.
Overall, the defense had
line sacks-- rent Kcbh) had
wo, while Mallnillg teamed iup


w ith Philip Jumes for
another- and a total of 14
tackles behind the line of
scrimmage. Defense e back
Ja'Quez Callma\ had an
interception as well. .
Head coach Derek ('hipoletti
said it \\as good to see so
man\ defensive players around
the ball. He praised tle pla\ of
linet-,cker Keith Baker, a
rising senior, \\ho could help
fill the void left b1\ standI out
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making sure the kids
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Just as the result of the
spring game is not an indicator
of things to come, spring
practices overall do not shed
light on what is to come in the
fall.
"Spring is not a real good
judge of wlhatl you'ree going to
have," Pruitt said. "You want
to get everybody in. You want
to find out \what the strengths
and weaknesses are. You're
looking forward to the
summer, when \ou have more
time."


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maintains his
focus on an
incoming ball at
a Union County
High School
practice.
Practices
conclude this
week as Union,
Bradford and
Keystone play
spring classics.







Think of spring as nothing
more than getting a head start
on tile season to come.
"The thing, really, for us is
trying to get people-
hopefully-in the right
positions for the spring, so that
come fall we already know
where they can play,"
Dickinson said. "Then, in the
fall, \ve just work on them
getting better with technique.
"It's pretty much the same
as we've always done."
Dickinson's had a chance to
establish a routine at KHHS,
where he is entering his 13'h
year as head coach, Chipoletti
and Pruitt, meanwhile, are


"Now, they know the
coaches," I'ruill said. "It's a
whole lot less yelling, Tthis
year)."
Each coach, of course, has
certain positions he's focusing
on. For Pruitt, it's the
offensive line.
"We lost quite a few
linemen from last year," he
said. "We're trying to fill those
gaps."
The quarterback position is
an area of focus as well, uit
not because the Tigers are
looking for a new signal caller.
It's just a close battle between
three players-Dylan Clark,
Austin Harden and Chandler
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Letters to the Editor


Where do we
find such men?
IGraylyn Tanner-Rice, a Key-
stoine Heights business owner,
"recently read a letter to the edi-
tor that her cousin, Paul Car-
ron, had written to the Washing-
ton (D.C.) Times in 2006 after
watching a talk show where
issues surrounding the war were
.taken to task. As an infantry
soldier with plenty of experience
in Iraq and Afghanistan, his
thoughts on the show were espe-
cially poignant to Tanner-'RiA.
More particularly so since her
cousin later gave his life for his
country while still in 4fghani-
stan. Tanner-Rice has written an
introduction which explains the
letter that follows.)

Dear Editor:
I think this would be a good
addition to the Memorial Day
issue of your newspaper. This
information is passed on with
the blessing of the widow of my
cousin, Maj. Paul Carron.
I've attached the letter to the
editor that he wrote in 2006 as
well as a portion of his obituary
in 2010. Please note, he left a
wife, daughter and unborn child
ai his passing. His son Luke was
born less than a month after his
father was killed in action.
I originally stated that I would
prefer not to be named specifi-
cally as the contributor of this
letter. However, the more I think
about it. I think it would be in-
appropriate of me not to put mi
name on it, in appreciation of his
sacrifice. I reflect on Paul's pass-
ing and think of my 95-year-old
stepfather who is a veteran of
several bombing missions over
Europe in World War II. It is an
amazing person who takes on
that responsibility and exhibits
that level of commitment to our
country. I need to thank them.


I never had the pleasure of
meeting Paul. As is the case for
most of us, we have cousins all
over the place that w'e don't keep
in touch with and/or never meet.
But I found this letter that has
been passed around by my fam-
ily to be especially\ thought p'ro-
voking. Those of us that have
not been .in the service often
take our military and freedom
for granted. This letter really
made me think. "Thank you"
seems so inadequate, but as his
widow stated, "He looted being a
soldier and knc\ that \\was his
calling." People that are willing
to make it their jobs to put their
lives on the line for our country
need to be appreciated and ad-
mired \ear round-but Memo-
rial Day is the time, lest we for-
get.
Thank \oiu for \our interest in
this letter,
Gravlvn Tanner-Rice
Business owner,
Keystone Heights

(This is xa copy' of the letter to
the editor that Iws printed in the
Washington Times on March 24.
20006 and then printed in one of
the military newspapers.)
Dear Editor:
I \\as fascinated to watch the
exchange bet\\ieen actor Richard
Belzer and Rep. Ileana Ros-
Lehtinen ("Into the Lion's Den,"
Inside Politics. March 23. 2006).
I ha e completed four combat
tours in Iraq .and Afghanistan. 1
participated in the initial inva-
sion of Af ghauitan in 2001i and
parachuted into Iraq three ll ears
ago this month. Most reccntl. ''I
had the p Ori ilege of lc.ading an
infantry\ comp,.in in Mosul,
Iraq I usI; (his ai c;contc\t. not
authority becCaciue, according to
Mr. Bel/er. 'participating in a
conflict inldicates lack of un-
derstandi ng.
W\\hen I \.';as ounigier. mI fI'i-


other made me read a book by
James Michener, "The Bridges
at Toko-Ri." When I finished, 1
told him the book was about
naval aviators during the Korean
War. He looked at me a little
disappointed and told me I had
missed the point. The bookto
him was not about pilots or the
Korean War-it was about the
bravery of men. At the end of
the book, the captain of an air-
craft carrier is watching his men
suit up for yet another mission
when he asks himself out loud,
"Where do we get such men?
Why is America lucky enough
to have such men?"
Today, while actors and talk-
show hosts see fit to broadly
characterize the men and women
of the armed forces as "19- and
20-year-old kids who couldn't
get a job," we should be asking
the same question.
I wish Bill Maher, Richard
Belzer and the young adults of
my generation who comment
from campuses and talk shows
all over the country and mistake
knowledge for understanding
could see what's really happen-
ing over there. I welcome their
right to disagree, but I wish the\


would educate themselves well
enough to disagree intelligently.
They should see a 22-year-old
spend two hours sitting on a
hard concrete floor negotiating
an electricity contract or genera-
tor plan only to hit an impro-
vised explosive device emplaced
by the very people he seeks to
help; a 19-year-old female
medic advise a 19-year-old Iraqi
mother on how to treat her
child's ear infection; or men still
dazed from a bomb blast that
killed a frietid and wounded
seven others return from a mis-
sion and roll up their sleeves to
give blood for the wounded,
then clean the blood out of their
vehicle to do a night patrol.
They do it without ceremony
or formality; they do it because
it is their job and they are driven
by sense of purpose few in other
professions can understand.
"Where do we get such men'?"
FIrom all over-not just Amer-
ica, but from many other coun-
tries, but I know for sure the
dedication required to do what
they do every day is equal to the
demands of any "real job."
Capt. Paul Carron
U.S. Army,
Fort Lewis. Wash.

VILSE('K, Germany-Maj.
Paul D)ouglas Carron, 33, of
Vilseck, died Saturday, Sept. 18,
2010, in Qalat, Afghanistan. He
was an avid outdoors sportsman,
devoted friend, and dedicated
officer and soldier, who devoted
his life to his family, the United
States Arm\ and to the interests
of the United States of America.


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FEATURE -ROPERIES i.


Maj. Carron's dedication and
commitment to the United States
Army has never wavered over
the many years of his service.
Paul will be greatly missed by
his family. Paul is survived by
his wife, children, Madeline and
unborn son, Luke.

A CEO that will

stand up for

Florida
Dear Editor:
As a CEO, you have many
responsibilities. There is a
board of directors, an
executive staff, employees,
shareholders and the public, all
of whom you are accountable.
Each set of stakeholders has a
list of priorities and issues in
which they are invested; as a
CEO, it is your responsibility
to understand, evaluate, and at
times '- implement these
priorities. Simultaneously, you
must formulate and advance
your agenda for the future
success of your company. The
most difficult issue facing any
CEO is how to navigate these
agendas and make decisions in
the best interest of the
company.
As governor, Rick Scott has
taken this approach as the
chief executive of our state.
Education, taxes and
entitlements have hundreds of
interest groups, lobbyists.
businesses and politicia'~h'
invested and seeking .1o
advance their own agenda: In
response, the governor, li1t'.
any great CEO, has listened to
all the interested parties to
understand their goals. Like


any greatly ( IO ;(lie gov rnot
lhais iis viin pllis for
rcforii iiii 'l Iti se' ;i';IS 1 iii- l like
ally greailt ('() lie iimuist stand
ill)p these piarltic's when their
interests ire not ill the hesf
interest of' tle slalc.
Public education is meant tic
serve the studniis, hut for
years, unions, inol teachers,
have dictated to (ur slate
goivernlilent what is best "for
the children." Our governor,
has listened to the unions, the
school boards, the teachers and
others hait \\want to advance
education policy. After
considering tihe options, he
made onie of the hardest'
executive decisions in his"
political carrier; he ended'
tenure and lied leacher salaries
to performance.
With revenue shortfalls and
interests g'rolups competing for
state dollars, it appeared that
there was ino rioomi fo(r tax cuts.
(io\. Scoll understood that
cutting taxes is the first step to
making Florida a desirable
place for businesses to invest.
While he received serious
criticism, he made it a priority
for our legislature to enact tax
cuts to encourage growth and
increase the potential for future
revenue.
State entitlements for
healthcare are difficult to fund,
\whether the economy is good
or bad. considering g revenue
shortfalls and looming costs,
heahllcare programs were in
desperate need of attention.
'Gov. Scott did not cower to
special interests or fear
negative publicity. Rather he
made a difficult decision to
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Blanding to host
Memorial Day
observance
The Camp lBlanding
Museum and Memorial Park
will host a Memorial Day
observance on Monday, May
30.at 10a.m.
Brig. Gen. Richard Gallant
will be the guest speaker at the
observance, which will also
include the dedication of three
monuments in honor of fallen
soldiers in the Global War on
Terrorism and Operation
Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Brig. Gen. Richard Gallant
will be the guest speaker.
SRefreshments will be
available after the ceremony.
For more information, please
call 904-682-3196.
Santa Fe to
offer College for
Kids, Jr. College'
for Kids this
summer
Santa Fe College in Starke
will once again offer College
for Kids, but will also
complement the program with
a Jr. College for Kids.
Registration is under way
for both programs. Jr. College
for Kids, which is open to
current second-, third- and
fourth-graders, is scheduled for
.June 27-July 1. College for
Kids, which is open to current
fifth-, sixth-, seventh-, eighth-
and ninth-graders, is scheduled
fprJuly 11-22.
Students will have the
opportunity to register for a
variety of courses. Jr. College
for Kids offers such classes as
How Does Your Garden Grow.
Science Experiements You
Can Eat. Chinese Brush
Painting and Team Sports.
while the College for Kids'
offerings will include Ooey
Gooey Science, Greek
Mythology, Pet Care,
Woodworking and Wii Fitness.
The tuitiorf" for Jr. College
for Kids, which is composed of
four classes that run from 8
a.m. until 11:55 a.m., is $75.
T-shirts and camp bags are $5
and $3, respectively.
Half-day and full-dal
sessions are offered for
College for Kids. A half-day
session (three classes from.
8:10 a.m. until noon or from
12:35 p.m. until 4:25 p.m.) is
$117, while the full-day
session is $234. T-shirts are
$5, while meal supervision, if
desired, for half-day students
is $20.
To register, please'visit the
Santa Fe College Andrews
Center, which is open
Mondays-Thursdays from 8
a.m. until 9 p.m. and Fridays
from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p'.m.
You may also register at
www.sfcollege.edu/ce.
For more information,
please visit the Web site, or
call the Andrews Center at
904-964-5382.
Presidency 5 is
a 'can't-miss'
event for
Republicans
Florida will bear witness to
the only event of its kind in the
'nation Sept. 22-24--
.Presidency 5. The crown jewel
of Presidency 5 is the Florida
straw poll, featuring the
participation of 'more than
3,000 Florida Republican
delegates. Those candidates
who perform well at
Presidency 5 will launch their
campaigns to the forefront of
the presidential'race.
This is a can't-miss event for
Republican activists, local and
state Republican officials,
candidates and presidential
hopefuls. Any Bradford
County Republican who was
registered in Florida before
Feb. 1, 2011, has an
opportunity to become a
delegate. In order to do so, one
must apply via the Web site
www.presidency5 .com.
The deadline to register is


June 10.
The final- selection lor
Bradford County delegates
will be held July 14 during the
regular meeting of the
Bradford County Republican
Executive Committee. This
meeting will be held at 5 p.m.
in the community room at
Capital City Bank of Starke.
For more information on
delegate registration, please
contact David Dodge, the chair
of the Bradford County


Republican I executive
Committee, at 3S2 222-80()9,
or visit the \eb site
www.bradfordgop.org.

Local theater
hosting a
fundraising golf
tourney June 17
The Lake Region
Community l'heater is hosting
a "Make Par for the Arts" golf
tournament on Iriday, June 17,
at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
The tournament format is a
four-man scramble with a
shotgun start at 8 :30 a.m.
Prizes will be awarded.
Lunch will be provided.
To sponsor a hole or register


to play, please call Nancy
Alvarez at 904-966-1658. You
may also register at the Starke
(olf and Country Club.

Public invited to
World War II
history program
on June 14 at
Bradford library,
The public is invited to a
free, oral history program on
Flag Day, June 14, at 6 p.m. at
the Bradford County Library.
The event is being hosted by
the Friends of the Bradford
County Library. The event will
feature three long-tilme
Bradford residents who will
reminisce about life in tlhe


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SObituaries


Bobby Joe
Douglas
\RCA 'IA)-Bobby Joe
Dougl. as. 64, of Arcadia passed
;\wav s'Friday. May 20, '2011, at
home following a sudden illness.
NMr. lDouglas \\as Ihorn in I.ake
City and lived in lake Butler until
Moving to Arcadia in 1989. lie is
the soll of the late IEdward
Franklin )Douglas and Deloris
I hlrst I)ouglas.
lie retired as a correctional
officer working with the
ID)epartment of tCorrections in Port
('harlotte. Ili had also worked at
New River Correctional Institution
fir se\ cirl years.
' Mr. )Douglas is survived by: his
\\ile of 42 \ears. Trudy Hlolff
l)ouglas: daughters. Becky
Douglas and Bonnie D. (Thomas)
Chisholm: a brother, Frankie
D)ouglas of Lake Butler: and three
grandchildren.
Funeral services were held May.
25 in the chapel of ArcheirFuneral
Holme in Lake Butler with Scott
Fisher conducting the services.
Interment followed in Douglas
Cemetery near I.ul.
Arrangetiiments are tnrder the
care of Archer F:unerall I lome of
Lake Bultler.


Eunice Gilliard


Eunice Gilliard
STUART-Eunice Grilfis
Gilliard, 83. of'tuart passed aw\ay
Tuesday, May 10, 2011. at home.
Mrs. Gilliard was born in
Starke an d had lied in Stuart for
the past year and a half after
moving there from lHathorne..
Prior 'to her retirement, she
worked d as a correctional ollicer
to\r the )Deparlmenlt of C'orrections
in a prison near Starke.
She is survived by: daughters.
Carol Ann Craft and Barbara Sue
Alexander of Stuart, and Judy
Darlene I lebert o'f PaIl Beach
Gardens: sisters, Myrna D)ockery
of( )cala. Reba Ketcer o' Satusuma
and Dorolhl Cruthirds of'
Romano,..Calif : three grandsons
anrd tx o greal-grandchildren.
Shel \as preceded in death Iby
her husband. Williamn IlimHen
Gilliard.
A memorial celebration \will be
held Saturday. June 4. at 2 p.m. at
the Hospice Gazebo on Indian
Street in Stuart.
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that donations be made to
Treasure Coast Ilospice. 1201 S.I.
Indian St.. Stuart. FL 34997. or
Sia www.TCilospice.org.
Arrangements arc under the
care of Martin Funeral Home and
Crematory in Stuart. The online
remembrance book may he signed
at w\ w w.henvencalled.com.

Danny Johns
RAIFORD-James Daniel
"l)anny" Johns. 52. of Railord
passed away ori Tuesday. May 24.
2011 at Shands IlF in (Painesville.
Mr. Johns was born in
Macclenny. hut lived most of his
lMc in Lake Butler and Raiford.
lie graduated Irom Union County
Iligh School and xwxas sell-
employed for nmany years in the
portable storage shed Business. In


his early life, lie worked in a car
dealership in Gainesville. lie was
of the Baptist faith.
Mr. Johns is *urvivy~d by: his
wife, )onna Darlene Johns: his
parents Kenneth and Shirley Johns
of Raiord: a daughter, Tillffny
Johns of Iliake C'ity: stepsons,
Itnstin and Billy McAlpin, both of'
Starke: his paternal grandmother,
Agnes Johns of' Iake IBuller;
brothers, Rob Johns, Ken (Amy)
Johns and Jesse (Donna) lHarvey,
all of Raiford, and l.ucus Johns of'
Virginia Beach, Va.: a sister,
Clandia Clyxatt of Railhord: and one
granddaughter.
The I family will receive friends
on Wednesday, May 25, from 5-7
p.m. at Acher I Funeral H lome in
Lake Butler.
Funeral services will he held on
Thursday. May 26. at 11 a.m. at
the funeral home with the Rev.
Ron Kimbrell conducting the
services. Interment will follow in
Dekle Cemetery in .ake Butler.
Arrangements are under the
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Linda McRae
STARKE-L.inda Iluggins
McRae, of Starke passed as a,
Monday. Ma\ 23. 2011. at her'
home after a three-year
courageous fight against breast
cancer.
Born in J;acksonti \lic on (el. I ).
1946. to George and Bernice
I luggins, l.indi grew up in Starke,
\\here she graduated froli
Bradford Count.\ High School in
1964. She w\as crowned the first
Strawl\berr Queen in 1963 at tihe
Stra\bherry Festival in Palltka.
After graduation. I inda ,allclded
)ale's technical College inl
Aslheille. N.C.. where she earned
her medical technician license in
1965. Se\eral scars later. she
earned her nursing degree from
Santia Fe College. graduating in
19A4 and served her cTliiiittitnil\ as
a registered nuir'se for scars
She was a helped wile of .1.1
years to DtI)cwalte Ie. e McRac. a
de\ otcd mother of two children,
I)odic McRae Sipp of Slarke and
Robert I. McRaec of' Ilurlns, I len .
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Brooker, Cole McRae of lBurns.
Tenn., BIycen I'. Sapp of Slarkc,
Savannah Chastain of Starke, and
Molly McRae of IBurns. Tenin.
Linda 'will forever lbe
rememnbred by her loving sister
Sandra K. Crosby of Alaclhi1 ti nd
brothers. Thonmas Iluggins (of
Staike and Biilly IHuggins ofl
Orange Park.
One of Linda's favorite hlohbies
was painting. She discovered iher
love and talent for folk airt
painting and coinplcted iher folk
art one-stroke teacher certi icat ion
in 2002. She then welt on to teach
classes, empowering other ladies
to have iun through painting at
Madison Street Baptist Church
where she and her family are
active members. Linda served her
church with her talent by painting
props for vacation Bible school
and other events. She will be truly
missed by her clurci fa il ily.
A celebration meminorial service
will be held at 6 p.m. oni
ThIursday, May 26, ilt Madison
Street Baptist Church of Slarke.
The family wishes that, in lieu of
flowers, donations be made by
mail, to the' Nalional Ireast
Cancer Ioundation, Inc. Their
address is. National Breast ('Catcer
Foundation Inc. 260() Net\\'ork
Blvd. Suite 300, Frisco. ITX 75113.4
or online atl
w\vww.nationalhreastcanlcer.org/dot
nate. Arrangements are by Jonecs-
Gallagher Funeral 1 Ionic ()
Starke. On-line condolences ima
he left at
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Ray Miller
KINGSLEY LAKE Raiford
"Ray" Miller. 88, of Kingslce
lake passed awiy ITuesday, Mal
17. 2011, at his residence s\ith
family by his side.
He was born in I lolmes Count.
on April 24, 1923, to the late
IHenry Miller and Candis \Vilson
Miller. Ray had been a resident of
Kingsley l.ake since 19.16 atier
moving from onila. I Ie
attended Betulah Baptist (Church
and he enjoy yed Ilnling .and
fishing.
lie w as preceded in death lb\
his wife of mlan ~C tari. NMar\ ~ lot
Miller. and his tso brothelis
Ile is survived b\ his childieni.
Jiud NeeSnitlh and Rand\ Millci.
both of Kingslcy I ake: his
brother, Virgle Miller; his siicis,.
Belt) Jenkins. Ka\ Brooks. Iessie
Sapp. and Vettllie Whighaiml. hI',
three grandchildren and loiul
greal-,,randlchildren
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Thursday, May 26, 2011 Telegraph, Times R Monitor B Section


=Crime & Punishment ______.


Woman batters
three officers,
two others
A Starke w oman remained
in jail Tuesda\ under a
$75,000 bond after allegedly
battering three different
officers as they attempted to
arrest her for battering txwo
civilian victims.
According to reports filed by
Starke Police Department
officers Pete Swain and Kelli
McMahan, and Sgt. Perry
Gorman, they were called to a
Westmoreland Street residence
on May 20 in relation to a
physical altercation.
Officer Swain arrived first
and allegedly found Amber
Monique Bennett, 20, of
Starke chasing a male victiil:
around in the road.
Witnesses told Swain that
Bennett kicked and hit the
male victim repeatedly. Sthe
had also allegedly poked a
female victim in the eye and
hit her in the back of the head.
\\When Swain attempted to
place handcuffs on Bennett,
she allegedly grabbed the
officer's shirt and then hit him
in the forehead and nose with
her fist. Sgt. Gorman arrived
and the tw\o officers applied
the handcuffs.
SAfter Bennett allegedly
admitted to recently\ taking
Roxycodone, emergency
medical services was called.
Officers reported that she was
verbally abusive to the EMTs
and repeatedly pushed them
away.
When Officer McMahan and
Sgt. Gorman intervened,
Bennett allegedly became even
more irate and repeatedly
kicked them both in the legs
and attempted to ,iite them.
The EMTs finally determined
that Bennett did not need
immediate medical attention. It
then took all,three officers to
place Bennett in the rear of
McMahan's patrol car.
Once there. McMahan said
Bennett made threats to kill
McMahan and began kicking
the w windows of the patrol car.
After the car had pulled into
the sally port at the jail.
Bennett succeeded in kicking
one of the rear \w windows out of
the car. McMahan said Bennett
only became cooperative after
McMahan removed her I'aser
from her holster. McMahan
never actually fired the Taser,
however.
Bennett was charged \with
two counts of battery, three
counts of battery on a law
enforcement officer, txwo
counts of resisting an officer
with violence and one count of
criminal mischief with
property damage.

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


counties:
Yashica Lushonda Aaron,
31, of Staitke was arrested May
17 and booked into the
hBradford County Jail oih an
iut-of-county warrant. Bond
\,'as set st $1,294 and she was
released on bond May 18.
Eric Charles Bay, 37, of
Lavtey was arrested May 13
by Union County Sheriffs
Office (UCSO) Deputy John
Whitehead for disorderly
intoxication, improper
exhibition of a firearm and use
of a firearm under the
influence of alcohol. Bay
allegedly fired a .22-caliber
rifle through the window of a
Union County residence
during a verbal altercation.
Sandra Huff Benboe, 53, of
Starke was arrested May 18 by
Starke Police Department
(SPD) officers for possession
of' narcotic equipment. Bond
\\as set at $1,000 and she was
released on bond May 22.
Erik Joseph Bernas, 21, of
Lake (Butler was arrested May
13 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for battery after
allegedly slinging the victim
into the side of a vehicle and
then choking her.
Dorina T. Boatwright, 34, of
Lawtev was arrested May 22
b\ Bradford County Sherift's
Office (BCSO) deputies for
possession of a controlled
substance without a
prescription and possession of
narcotic equipment. Bond was
set at S2,500 and she was
released on bond May 22.
Franklin Alfred Bridges, 26,
of Lake Butler was arrested
MaN 20 b, BCSO deputies for
DUI. Bond w as set at S2,000
and he \xwas released on bond
Ma\ 20.
Chiarles Broughlon, 28, an
RMC' inmate xwas charged Ma\
18 b\ i CSO Capt. H.M.
Tomlinson on a capias for
batten on a 'law, enforcement
officer.
Angela Michelle Bro\(n, 22,
ot Starke was; arrested May l It
t\ SPI)I ofliccrs for hbttlc ,
Bond as set at S$1,000 antd
she %was released on bond Ma\
20.
Salxador C('aillo. 32, of
Brooker was arrested May 17
nb Ctlai Count\ Sheriff's
)Office C'CSO) deputies ont a
xw arrant for violation of
probation.
Gregory Chandler, 48, of
Starke \was arrested May 20
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail for shoplifting and
resisting an officer without
violence. Bond was set at
$6,000 and he remained in jail
as of press time.

Samuel Isaiah Coblentz, 33,
of Starke was arrested May 19
by SPD officers for disorderly
intoxication, child neglect
without great harm and
withholding court-ordered
support. Bond was set at
$6,243 and he remained in jail
as of press time.


John J. Cranfill, 22, of Lake
Butler was arrested May 17 by
UCSO Investigator .lerry
Feltner for disorderly
intoxication and public
indecent exposure.
Samanlha Kay Crawford,
21, of Lake Butler was arrested
May 22 by BCSO deputies for
battery. She was released oni
May 22.
Robert Sim Dixon, 45, of
Starke was arrested May 19 by
SPD officers for contempt of'
court-violation of an injunction
for protection. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released
on bond May 20.
Mckenzley Alphac Idwards,
37, of Alachua \was arrested
May 19 by UICSO Capl.
Toinlinson on a capias lbor
violation of probation lor ani
original felony charge.
Quinlon Maurice lipps, 25,
of Starke was arrested May 19
by SPD) officers for four
counts of larceny, two counts
of passing counterfeited bills
or checks and one count of
fraud. Bond was set at $28,000
and he remained in jail as of
press time.
Malachi Skye Fields, 31, of
Lake Butler was arrested May
12 by UCSO Deputy Charles
Townsend for polluting the
environment bi burning an
unknown substance in his back
yard in close proximity to a
water well.
Kenvetta Mechelle Gibson.
26, of Starke \\as arrested Ma\
18 by BCSO deputies for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
Bond w\as set at $5,000 and
she was released on MaI \ IS.
Sara Hall, 2', of KeiNtonIC
I lights \as arrested Mila\ 20
by 'C'S deputies lor pa'sin. t
a forged check or bill
Selma Denise I larris, 21, of
Starke was arrested Nla\i 22 h
BCSO) deputies for DlUI SIhe





revoked. Bond ;was set it St t00
and he \\as' released on bthnd
Ma\ 19.
I)ana Marie Jordan., 17, of
Iake lBulecr \was, arrcesled Mia\
10 hI UCS( ) tapt l orlinioil
ion a capias for1 failure to
appear in court for in oli inal
in isdentealtol charge
Eric Scott Knight. 22, of
Lake Butler \was arrested Ma\
20 bh SPD officers for dri\ inge
while license is suspended or
revoked. Bond \\as set at $500
and he xwas released on bond
May 20.
James l.a\erx, 37. of
Melrose \\as arrested la\ I1
by' CCSO deputies, on al
warrant for \ iolalion of
probation.

Bobbie Sue Lee, 3 7, of
Brooker was arrested Ma\ 21
by BCSO deputies for Dl)UI.
She was released Ma\ 2 I.


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IHruce Austin Iee, 31, of'
Jacksonville was arrested May
17 by JUC'S() Deputy
Townsend for loitering and
disorderly intoxication after lie
was 1'illtd in the early morning
hours, poIunlinlg oln tie door ofl
a residence in lIake hUler. The
residents of the home stated
they did not know him.
Cody Shane ILuke, 20, of
Iake Butler was arrested May
18 by UCtSO Investigator
Feltner lor allegedly removing
liarn equipment I rom two
different locations and selling
the metal fr scrap. lie is
charged with two counts of
grand thel l.
A l1-year-old Iake Ic tler
juvenile \vwas arrested May 22
by II'S) De)puiiy Brett
Ilandley for aggravated baltery
after lie allegedly attempted to
strike the vielim with a knife.
Joseph Moore, 75, of
Keystone lhligllts was charged
by ('('So) deputies May 17
with filing a false police
report.
Scan Richard Myers, 41, of
Jacksonville ,,was arrested May
20 and booked into the
Bradford County Jail fori
liiilure to aIppear in court for an
original miNsdemeanor charge.
Bonrd was set at $3,500 and lie
rcnlained in jail as of press
time.
Kurt I)arrn I Naperschat. 46,
of High Springs \was arrested
Nla\ 18 b\ IC'So) D)cput\
W\hitchead for disorderly
intoxication a ld resisting an
otliccir \ \ itliut olence.
Napecisclhtial x a 1 ltOuind walking into tirall,
tia\eli eii. on lain Slieet in
I ake Hullet.
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Ja.I es\\ liren 'Parlk..10, of'
St. irkc s\\, arrested Ma\ 22 b\
SPl'l officers for po.sssc.ion of a
controlled substance w ilthoul a
prelcriptlion. li \ as being
h1eld on no hiind and remainicd
in jail ,as of press timo7e.
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arrested May 2 I hIy ( S
deputies for driving lwhiile
license is suspncided or
revoked. Ionlld wais set atl 5(0I 0
and lie wais released on litIn
May 2 1.
.Jamies Clcveland l'ciny, I17,
of Lake Buller was arrested
May 12 by J(UCSO C'apt.
Tomlinson 'on a capias for mone
count of faiiiure to 1apear i"
court for all original feloiny
offense and one .coiiiI ofl
failure to appear in (courl lor anl
original misdemeanor li'ioflct.'
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Wcslcy 'I. Robcy, 21, ofl
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17 1)\ 1,'S()C deputies for
a V!.atev;ILttd stalking. Bond was
,c at $25,000 and lie remained
ill jail as of press time.
Anicila Anita IRobinson, 33,
of Iliglh Springs was arrested
May 18 by JCSO ('S apt.
1(,lo liisoi, on a capias for
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8B Telegraph, Times 8& Monitor B Section Thursday, May 26, 2011


Crime & Punishment


Recent arrests
in Bradford,
Clay or Union
Ihe following individuals
\\crc arrested recently by local
la[\ enllfrclement officers in
Bradlord. Union or Clay
(Ke stone I lights area)
countltics:


\ 14-\car-old Lake City
jiuentile and a 15-)ear-old
I ake Butler juvenile were
arrested N Ma' 20 by UCSO
l)cput\ In'o\nsend, and were
charged with burglary of an
unoccupied structure and
criminal mischief with
property damage. The two
allegedl entered a Union
Ciiountl\ residence and caused
extensni\e damage to the
interior. The\ were later
released to their parents.

SDominic Salamone, 35, of
Keystone I leighits was arrested
May IS bi CCt''SO) deputies on
warrantss for 1two counts of
t'ilure toI appear in court.
Brvan C. Scliluckerbier, 22,
ati 1'SP iinmate, \\as charged
Mas IS b\ IUCSO Capt.
Tominlinson on a capias for
btatterv on a law enforcement
officer.
William Scott. 29, of
Keystone ItHeights was arrested
May 18 b\ CCSO deputies on
a warrant for felony criminal
mischief.
Rebecca L\nn Sellers, 30. of
Starke was arrested May 19 by
BCSO deputies for battery.
Bond was set at S1,000 and
she was released on bond May
20.


Savannah Victoria Serrano,
21, of Palatka was arrested
May 19 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked. Bond
was set at $3,500 and she was
released on bond May 20.
Sammy Lee Simmons,' 19,
of Lake Butler was arrested
May 23 by UCSO Capt.
Tomlinson on a capias for
failure to appear in court for an
original misdemeanor charge.
A 16-year-old and a 17-year
old, both of Lake Butler, were
arrested May 5 by UCSO
Deputy Whitehead after
allegedly breaking into a Lake
Butler home and removing a
necklace and some cash. Both
suspects denied taking the
necklace and cash. They
allegedly stated that they broke
in to steal marijuana which
they knew was in the
residence.

Demond Lenard Stokes, 22,
of Lawtey was arrested May
21 by BCSO deputies for
driving while license is
suspended or revoked and
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana. He was
released on May 21.
Jerry Wallace Tate, 56, of
Graham was arrested May 21
by SPD officers for driving
with a license from another
state while his Florida license
was suspended. He was
released on May 22.
Eldric Lydell Taylor, 30, of
Gainesville was arrested May
19 by UCSO Deputy
Whitehead for driving while
license is suspended or
revoked, attaching a tag not
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registration, possession of
marijuana with intent to sell
and tampering with evidence.
He was also charged inl
relation to a capias lor an
additional charge of driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Jose G. Villegas, 33, ofi
Tampa was arrested May 19
and booked into the Bradford
County Jail for violation of
probation for an original
felony charge. lie was being
held on no bond and remained
in jail as of press time.
Marvin Glen Walters, 47, of
Starke was arrested May 18 by
BCSO deputies lfr _DUI. Bond
was set at $ 1,000 and lie was
released on bond May 18.
Janice lFlaine Weathers, l .,
of Lake Butler wa;s arrested
May 18 by BCS() deputies for
larceny and dealing ill stolen
property'. Iond was set' at
$25,000 and slIe was released
on bond May 19.
Christopher Steven Wilburn.
37, of Starke was arrested May
20 by SPD officers for driving
while license is suspended or
revoked-habitual. Bond was
set at $5,000 and hie was
released on bond May 20.
Henry Wimberl\. 21, of1
Keystone Heights was arrested
May 19 by CCSO deputies oni
a warrant for violationn of
probation.


CORRECTION!
Due to an error on an arrest
report received b\ tihe
Bradford Count\ l elegraph,
James M. hla.kins, -13. of
Lake Butler w\as named 1Ma\
12 as being arriesi d in
connection \\ ith Ihe illcl'al use
of alcohol- at ia pir. t .\
corrected rIeporlt has in\ been
submitted b\ the I unionn
Count Shcerifts C 1t lice antid i
was JaiiesN M. lla\kins. 11), of'
Lake Butler \\\ ho %Xis TCIesed.
not James M. I l\kinsk .1..
The Ielegraphi apologu/es
for any inconmeniecnce this ni,\
have caused.


LETTER
Continued from page 4B

ensure Florida's future and
financial well-being. Through
reforming Medicaid, he cut out
the middleman, allowing
patients and providers to make
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While his actions at times
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SPRING
Continued from page 3B

Mann-who battled it out last
year as well. Pruitt said a
different quarterback seems to
slandt out every day.
Facll quarterback is also
playing a different position,
with Harden occupying a
linebacker spot will the
nuilmber one defensive unit.
"All three of them are good
athletes," Pruitt said. "1 can't
allord tlo have them sitting on
tlie sitleline."
Priiil feels good about his
defense, despite the loss of
players such as lineman
I.onnie (oslia, who accepted a
scholarship offer from the
I university of Arkansas.
D)efensc, though, has some
areas of concern for Chipoletti
and Dickinson.
"We've got to find some
cornerbacks," Chipoletti said.
"We have one returning starter
in Bryan Blackshear. We've
got to find another one.
Chauncey Goodman's there
right now. I hope he can do
\\ hat I think he can do."
l)ickinson, too. mentioned
his defensive secondary as an
area of focus due to the loss of
seniors Zach lLambert and
R\an 1 atner. Ho\\ever, the
team does have some
c\perience there, but at least
four of those experienced
players missed the first \week
,1 practice because the \\cre
plyinu on the baseball tealm.,
\htich \\aas in lthe regional
pl,It ohtIs.
"It's hard," Dickinson said,
"biut our .IV' kids are going to
Cl .c 1 l otmore \\ork this \e;.r
iliicli is cood."
Ke\ ,stone is also in search of
pli cers to step up and fill the
libieackci roles. while e the
rl enise needs to replace a
Ocuple of linemen.


"inexperienced" or
"unpopular," the chief
executive of our state was
elected to make decisions that
are tough. Ile is not working to(
be the mostt liked governor"
or, the "interest group
governor;" he is working to
make our state the best it can
be. Winston ('hurchill once
said, "You have enemies?
(ood. That means you've
stood up for something,


Dickinson's son Matthew
returns at tight end, but the
soon-to-be senior has not
played since Oct. 8 of last year
after he experienced a seizure
prior to an Oct. 15 game and
underwent surgery to remove a
benign tumor near his brain.
"He gets an MRI in June,"
Dickinson said. "I think
everything will work out."
There are other positions, of
course, the coaches are looking
at-all three schools, for
example, have to replace
talented wideouts such as
Latner (KHHS), Br\an Holmes
(I ICHS). Tramaine Harris
(BHS) and Ya'keem Griner
(BHS)-so there are instances
\\here phia ers familiar \\ith
certain positions mia\ he asked
to fill other positions because
of need and \\hat works best
for tlic team. The ke\ is to get
those players to ha\ e faith in
their coaches and to belie\c
that \\ here\ er lhe\ are asked to
play is \\hat \\ill ultimately
help (lie leanm become more
successful.
PI'ml ihas c\perienccd such
willingness from his players.
which has i i\en him the main


sometime in your life." While
we may -not have a career
politician, we have a chief
executive that will stand up for
Florida's interest, and in the
long run, we will be better for
it.
Brian Graham
Co-owner of Dixie
Strategies, LLC, and vice
chairman of the Clay County
Soil and Water Conservation
District


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during the first
day of practice
at Keystone
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School.


thing he has looked for this
spring-effort and attitude.
"Right now, it's been
wonderful," he said. "The
attitude's been great. The work
ethic is great-no
complaining. It makes
coaching fun when you get
kids who are eager to get in
there and do whatever you ask
them."
Chipoletti has experienced
much of the same as he and the
Tornadoes try to follow a
season in which they were one
win sh\ of qualifying for the
postseason.
"They 're stepping up to our
expectations," Chipoletti said.
"We want to be a great football
program. The kids know that.
The kids are trying to give us
\ hat \\e want."
Each team will play a spring
classic this week, with Union
hosting Santa Fe on Thursday,
Ma\ 26, at 7 p.m. Keystone
\\ill host Menendez on Friday,
Ma\ 27. at 7 p.m., while
Bradford will also play on
Friday at 7 p.m., traveling to
Oaklcaf High School in
Orange Park.


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Thursday, May 26, 2011 Telegraph, Times & Monitor B Section 9B


L Tornadoes' Johnson gives


S- l,. oral commitment to UAB


Keystone Heights High School graduate Tori Jolley and Bradford High School
graduate Kelly Riddick were two of five Flagler College softball players earning All-
Peach Belt honors. Pictured (I-r) are: Jolley, Lauren Bessent, guest speaker and
former Olympian Michelle Smith, Riddick, Alona Personius and Breezy Collings.
Photo provided courtesy Flager Sports Information Director John Jordan.


Local grads help Flagler


earn first-ever NCAA wins


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Flagler College earned its
first-ever berth in the NCAA
Division II softball tournament
and \\on t\\wo games, with
Bradford High School
graduate Kelly Riddick and
Keystone Heights High School
graduate Tori lolley making
their marks in both games.
Riddick, a senior pitcher
who .graduated from BHS in
2007, gave up one hit and
pitched four shutout innings in
the team's 6-0 \\in over
'Augusta State University May
13 in the opening round of the
Southeast Regional, which was
played in Dahlonega, Ga.


Riddick helped the team slave
off elimination later in the
tourniamentl, earinii thell' \\in
'-,
after tl\o innings oil no hit
relief in a 6( 2 \\in over
Augusta State on M:\ 1I.
JollCy, a so)lhom)ore third
baseman \\ hol graihliiated tIrolni
KHHS in 200t),. \\ent 2 for-4
\\ith a dounLle anid a run scored
in the Ma\ 14 \\in o\er
Augusta State.
Flagler, a third-\car
program, was e\ entulll\ )ilt
out of the tournament \\ ith a 6-
1 loss on Ma\ 15 to North
Georgia C'oll ege anld Sate
University\ \l which also
defeated Flagler 5-4 in the
second round on NMa\ 14. Still,


1-lagler finished with thlie most
wins in school history with a
season record of 42-18.
Prior to the NCAA Division
II regionals, Riddick and
Jolly were announced as
second team All-Peach Belt
conferencee selections.
Riddick, who earned second-
team all-conference honors last
season as well, posted a record
of 20-5 this season, leading
Flagler in wins and strikeouts
(127). She made 30
appearances and 26 starts,
finishing with an ERA of 2.11.
.Jolley finished the season
with a .292 batting average,
\which was fourth-best on the
team. She was also fourth in
slugging percentage (.432) and
RBI (27). Her nine doubles
and si\ home runs tied her for
third ini each category.



LEGALS
PUBLIC NOTICE
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the Loard ol County
Commissioners is scheduled tor
June 6. 2011 at 930 am in the
CoImm)ission Meeting Room, North
WIIl), "Bradford County
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5/26 ltchg-B-soct


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional NewslSporis Editor
Bradford High School
softball player Ashley Johnson
has no doubt about where she
wants to go to college and
continue playing, which is why
she has gone ahead and given
the University of Alabama at
Birmingham a verbal
commitment.
Johnson, a rising senior at
BHS, said people told her that
when she visited the school
that was right for her, she
would know. Sure enough, that
was the feeling she got at
UAB.
"I pretty much knew that's
where I wanted to go," she
said.
Ihe school will allow her to
not only play softball, but to
pursue a nursing degree, which
was important to her.
Johnson also considered the


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University of South Alabama
as well as Florida International
University.


By making a verbal
commitment, Johnson said she
can enter her senior year at
BHS under no pressure.
"It's a huge weight off my
shoulders," she said. "I can
just go play, have fun and not
stress about everything."
Johnson, a catcher, batted
.643 this past season, driving
in 51 runs. She had five games
in which she had at least four
RBI.
Her slugging percentage was
1.257, and she hit a school-
record 10 home runs to go
along with II doubles and one
triple.
The commitment to UAB is
one step closer to capping a
process that has been like a
dream come true for Johnson,
who grew up wanting a chance
to play at the collegiate-level.
"It was always a hope and a
wish," she said.


Stefanie Jones (center) signs her letter-of-intent to play softball at Pasco-Hernando
Community College as her parents, Steve and Brenda Jones, look on.

Bradford pitcher Jones


signs with Pasco-Hernando


BYC ('LIIF SM ELLEY'
Regional Ne'w./Sport .iEdior
Facing batters seemed to be
no problem for Bradford High
School senior Stefanie Jones.
but sitting in front of her
classmates and taking a ne\t
step tow ard life after
Iraduation \ as a different
matter Alhoglliher.
Jones, x hli \x ill pla \ sot all ll
at I.Pasco llernando ('Coimunlii\
College in Ne I Port Riche\.


participated in a scholarship
signing in the BHS media
center on Max 23. The e\ent
had her smiling, but her hands
\ere trend tremhling as well..
"I'I jist o er\\ helmed."
Jones said. "It's e\citing. but
I'im nerous, too. I get really
ner% ouis."
hI h'atI ncr\'vuness did not
,shi on ti dL field, as Jones
compiled a 14 5 record during
her senior season. She had anl


ERA of 1.87 and struck out 76
of the 518 batters she faced.
At Pasco-Hernando, she will
join a team that lost three
pitchers to graduation.
"She's going to have a great
opportunity to compete for a
starting spot." Bradford head
coach Daniel Davis said.
Davis said Jones worked
hard in preparing for her senior
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LEFT: Maria
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line that
consists of
Chrissy Alien
and Ricky
Thompson.
BELOW: B.J.
Warwick, a
survivor,
dishes out
green beans at
the survivors'
dinner.


ABOVE: Theressa
Volunteer Firefighter
Tillissa Iriel and little
Austin Barcia walk the
track. ABOVE LEFT: Dr.
Matt Madansky does the
limbo in the Miss Relay
contest. LEFT: Miss
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Dell and Todd Foster
seem to be enjoying
themselves.


ABOVE LEFT:
Survivor Lynn
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at the
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area for kids and recre-
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shopping $198K obo,
call 352-494-7987 and
leavo message. View by
appointment only
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wido, torncod big yard with
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boat, campol?) mKeystone
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Classified Ads


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HI NI1 I S WANI ED/PAL-
Al I\A ;'O)01 Jacobson
: t1\60 314il'lIA, Living
loomn, dtni, tiioplicte on
1 a,:Ie l andscaped lot,
$.tl\ itkes all or ownel
willI liin nce at $325/mo
SHoli1' shows like now.
904 5& 19-.ti985
HtNIfERS WANTED/IN-
1LHLACHEN 200832x80
-i03 3'A. glaokiiOLi bath,
10'l nl l Ioom, don, tiuoplace
on 4 ,acies Landscaped
lot An absolute steal at
$b3k Or owner will fi-
nance at $595/mo. 904-
589-9585
ON DEER SPRINGS, Fleet-
wood 16x80 2/BR 2 full
bath, handicap ramp,
carpoit, large deck, fac-
ing Deer Springs. New
icapeting throughout, all
electlc, dish washer, re-
figoeator, range,CH/A
Located on paved road,
beautiful treed lot. 2.5
miles from downtown
Keystone $59,000. 352-
473-2252.


50
For Rent
S OR HIENI ?12B Apail-
niont dowowntn Starke,
,ill uitilirts included. $650
pti month Call Joan at
90-1-964-4303
PtIRMANENT ROOMS
lo[ lent at the Magnolia
HoIloel Both refrigerator
and microwave Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.
WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH, clean, close to prison
Call 352-468-1323.
SPECIAL 1 MONTH RENT
FREE! Nice, newly reno-
valed 2 & 3 BR mobile
homes in Starke/Lake
Butler Deposit required.
Call 678-438-6828 or
678-438-2865
MOBILE HOMES FOR
REItT starting at $525
per month Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler Call 386-
496-8111.
2BR/1BA COTTAGE 1st &
sec deposit, $525. Lake
Geneva area Call 352-
473-2919
NEW 3BR/2BA HOME, CH/
A with all kitchen appli-
ances, extremely energy
efficient home $950/
mo., first. last & secunty
deposit required Call
352-745-1189 or 904-
964-8431 -
REMODELED ONE BR
MOBILE. on private land
Fully furnished, incls TV
$325 Cule httle place
ideal one person Key-
stone Hts
352-473-5745
IN RAIFORD 3BR/2BA MH
2 screen porches. CH/A.
service animals only, no
smoking $500 per month
.500 deposit Call 386-
431-1568
MOVE IN SPECIAL 2Br/
1BA mobile home First
2 months $380/mo, th en
$430/mo Graham Ser-
vice animals only Call
352-318-3952. leave
message. will return call


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


STARKE, really nice 2BR/
1BA house, new carpet,
fresh paint, Move in ready.
1-800-366-3419
3BR/2BA SWMH, corner
lot, front porch water
included. Highway front-
age, quiet, 2 miles from
Worthington Springs.
$550/mo., first, last, $300
deposit 386-266-1806.
FOR RENT 3BR/2BA house
outside Starke on 230A,
$700/mo. Service animals
only, 904-364-9022.
STARKE, APT, 2BR/1BA sit
down kitchen/appliances,
living room, washer/dryer,
screened back porch, CH/
A, window coverings. Year
lease, $550 per month,
1st, last & security. Call
Dixon Rentals at 352-588-
0013 for application.

STARKE, APARTMENT,
2ND FLOOR,1BR/1BA,
large living room, CH/A
kitchen/appliances, win-
dow cqyerings, washer/
dryer, lovely enclosed
porch, immaculate, small
second bedroom. $425A
mo. first, last and security.
year lease. Dixon Rent-
als, 352-588-0013 for
application
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS MO-
BILE HOME for rent 2 and
3 bedrooms. First month,
and security Call Rick at
352-235-0506
RENTERS WANTED/
HAMPTON 2006 Ranch
Style Fleetwood on 2
acres, large oaks. Good


shade 4BR/2BA, 32x80
living room, fireplace,
den. Rent to own-Buy
No to low down payment,
$590/mo. 904-589-9585
RENTERS WANTED /
LAKE BUTLER. 2005
28x80 4BR/2BA, living
room, den, fireplace on 2
acre lot. Completely land-
scaped home shows like
new. Owner has financing
or rent to own $495/mo.
904-589-9585.
4BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE
MOBILE HOME on 3
acres of land in Railford.
$850/mo. $500/sec. Call
Mike at 904-626-5721 or
904-259-4891.
3BR/2BA, DOUBLEWIDE,
CH/A, W/D hook up, stove,
refrigerator, large back
porch, outside storage.
$595/mo., security $500.
105 Campbell Lane, Mel-
rose. Call 352-475-5533
or 352-226-9220
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
2BR/2BA MH on 1 acre,
close to town, $575/mo.
plus deposit. Call 352-
475-6260
IN LAWTEY 4BR/2BACH/A,
water sotltner $750/mo,
first, last, $200 deposit
Call 904-364-9869
2BR/1BA, LARGE YARD,
all new paint, CH/A, very
clean Yard and mainte-
nance included. $480 per
month plus deposit Call
904-364-8301,
NEAR LAKE BUTLER, small
3BR/1BA singlewide After
4pm call 386-496-2599.


Blueberries

You pick $2 lb.

We pick $4 lb.

Weekdays 8am-lpm

Weekends 8am-5pm

386-496-2379

352-316-3834
Lake Butler-Alachua Area



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Applications
1 AND 2
BEDROOM APARTMENTS
HERITAGE VILLAS
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607 Bradford Court Starke, FL
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good condition F or tnor
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422 -950
2BR/2BA SINGLEWIDI
MOBILE I OML- $500/
mo. plus $500/dop. 22515
NW 53rd Ave., Lawley.
Fenced in yard, service
animals only Garbage
service and lawn service
included Call 904-796-
0501.
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SR. 230E. on 1.25 acres
Fenced back yard $800/
moe first, last, security de-
posit. Call 904-364-7469
or 904-364-7470
BIG LAKE SANTA FE, Moth-
er-in-law apt. Attractive,
furnished, no smoking,1
year lease, $735/mo, in-
cludes utilities and trash
pickup. First, last security
deposit. 352-4/5-58:32.
3BR/2BA Doublo-wide oil
221. Quiet laro CII/A,
covered porchl Snvico:
animals only $i600/111io
plus dop. Call 32-4 18-
3221.
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iow Stl Kyslton $S!9)/
1110. $!500 sourly Ctloditl
chock roquirod, service
animals only, noe smoking
352-475-5620
MOVE IN SPECIAL IWO
NEWLY REMODELED
mobile homes on acre-
age. Both with A/C,
washer/dryer hookups
,one with fenced in yard
$650/550. Call 386-523-
5091.


Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
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apartments Central ac,'.
heat. on.sile I.iundry
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HF'CENTLY REMODELED
14x70 SWMI-I 3BR/2BA,
in quito neighborhood,
$525/mo, plus security
Now A/C units. Call 904-
328-8663
2BRl/1.5BA SWMH, 7257
Andromeda St Keystone.
$595/mo, $500 security.
Credit heck required,
service animals only, no
smoking 352-475-5620.
STUDIO APARTMENT, w/
closed-off bathroom. SE.
94th St. off SR. 100,
between Starke and Key-
stone in the country. Set
up for internet, cable.
$375/mo. First, last month
rent, plus utilities. 352-
473-0228.
EFFICIENCY APTS. South
of Starke, tree utilities,
Direct TV, $110 per week.
Call Wayne, 352-258-
3039.
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YAI)D SAI.I Sat Sun, 8am.-
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Wide Assortment of items.
IEstate sale items still
available.
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25th Lane, off east Call St.
approx. 1 mile east of hos-
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other good stuff
HUGE 3 FAMILY YARD
SALE. Thurs. Fri. Sat.
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signs Some collectibles.


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Sales
ESTAIE SALE, Sal. and
Sun, 8am.-4m. 664 SE
10th Terr., Melrose. Fur-
niture, water toys, etc.
Everything must go
55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $200
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.
57
For Sale
GUN SHOW/STARKE Brad-
ford CountyFairgrounds-
May 14, Sat, 9-5, May
15. Sun 9-4 GunTrad-
ers is now buying gold,
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soil or trado Concoalod
Weapons Classes Daily.
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com. 352-339-4780.
AIR CONDITIONER 5 ton
central air compact unit
$500. Call 352-473-4809
59
Personal
Services
CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/


AIJlds I'lor Roplacement
& aili(iiniUiIt. We do all
lypos ol tractor orwork,
excavation and small
doiolition lobs Free Es-
timates Danny (Buddy)
Clark, 904-284-8088 or
904-545-5241.
FLORIDA CREDIT UNION
has money to lend for MH
& land packages. 1-800-
284-1144
JERRY'S HAULING WE
BUY JUNK CARS, with
or without titles! Will pick
up anywhere. Up to $200.
Call 904-219-9365 or904-
782-9822
I BUY CARS, metals, trac-
tors, Al V's, lawnmowers,
golf carts & trucks. No
little nocossary Will pick
up within 150 milo radius,
pay cash Call Pete at
904-769-2367
LAWN MAIN FINANCE,
grass tuts, weed eal-
ing and hedging Great
prices! Call Johnathan
904-364-6888
CAREGIVER OR COMPAN-
ION. takes care of loved
ones, your house or mine.
Lots of experience. Call
352-475-1838
NEED AFFORDABLE, reli-
able, honest private home
health care? Call us any
day, any hour. 904-966-
1188 or 904-364-3123.


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WOMAN EARLY 60's. Hon-
est, kind, stable, would
like to meet companion
to share good times and
to help each other. Call
904-964-2441.
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Help Wanted
CAREGIVER/CNA and/or 2
years experience working
with elderly or disabled cli-
ents. 2/3 days per week.
Sunrise Home Care Ser-
vices, 352-468-2619.
1 BR/1 BA fully furnished Apt
Keystone Heights area on
lake. Split expenses in
change in assisting with
elderly. Call for more info.
352-473-7769.
CIRCULATION ASSISTANT,
needed for the Bradford
County Public Library.
Applicant must be able
to work with adults and
teens. Applicant must
also be computer literate
as well as familiar with
Microsoft Office products.
Salary is $10/hour plus
benefits. Pick up job de-
scription and application
at Clerk of Courts office
in the Bradford County


Courthouse, Application
will close on Friday, June
3, 2011 at 9am,
SERVICE STAFF NEEDED,
for Little Cafe: Please
apply in person 130 SE
Nightingale, Keystone
Heights. Apply between
8am-2pm.
CHRISTIAN SUMMER
CAMP NURSE. R.N. re-
quired. June 10-August 8
min. 40 hours per week or
may live on site. $500/per
week. Fax resumes to
352-473-9879.
BOOKKEEPING / BILLING
.Company seeks per-
son with minimum 5 yr
bookkeeping experience
and strong organizational
skills, Must have expe-
rience with data entry,
bank rec., MS Office, and
answering phone in pro-
fessional manner. Send
resumes to comment@
pritchetttrucking.com or
fill out application at www
pritchetttrucking.com.
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Money to Lend
$500 NO CREDIT CHECK
6 months to Repay.904-
206-7861www. My-
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FloridaWorks is now offering the
FBAT for entry level Corrections
Officers and the FCJBAT for entry
level Police Officers. Please contact
Susan Brown at North Florida Regional
Chamber of Commerce at (904) 964-
5278 to schedule an appointment.


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JONES
Continued from page 9B

season, taking a weightlifting
class which helped her
improve her stamina. "
That, plus all the extra work
that conies with being a
pitcher, did nothing to detract
from what Jones did in tlhe
classroom. She is a Bright
Futures Scholarship recipient.
"She's committed," Davis
said. "Being a pitcher is harder
than any other position in
softball. You have to work
twice as hard as everyone else.
You still have to go to practice
and do all the things everyone
else does, but you have to stay
after (practice) to pitch. You
have to take outside lessons to
pitch.


"To be able to do that, still
maintain her grades and do all
the things she's done in the
classroom is a testament to
her."
Jones visited South Georgia
College in Douglas, Ga., as
well, but she fell in love with
Pasco-Hernando. It was what
she envisioned a college should
be like.
"When I walked around, I
liked what I saw," she said.
Jones admitted she had
conflicting feelings concerning
playing softball after high
school, but in the end, she
realized she was going to miss
playing, so she welcomes the
change to play collegiately.
Whether she keeps playing
at a four-year school after two
years at Pasco-Hernando
remains to be seen.
"It depends on how it goes,"


Jones said. "I'm pretty sure I
will, though, just because of
how much I love it."
She should get a good
chance to move on. Davis said
of the II players graduating
from Pasco-Hernando tlis
year, nine are moving on to
Iour-year schools on sol'tball
scholarships. (The olier Iwo
are continuing their education
as well, but will not play
softball.)
"((Pasco-llernando coach
Tom Ryan) said that's a pretty
typical year for them," Davis
said. "He's got a lot of
contacts. If you want to go
play somewhere when you're
done there, you'll have that
opportunity."
When Jones' opportunity to
play her first-ever game for
Pasco-Hernando comes
around, she said she'll be


nervous-way more nervous
than she was during her
signing ceremony.
lThat doesn't, however, mean
she's not eagerly awaiting the


moment.
"I'm looking forward to it
already," she said. "I'm ready
to start."


UCHS athletes to sign at

spring football pep rally


A spring football pep rally
will be held on Thursday, May
26, at Union County High
School from 2 p.m. until 3:10
p.m. The event will also
feature scholarship signing of
possibly nine student-athletes.
Baseball players Chason
Andrews, Colby Andrews,
Walter Bradley, Mason Dukes
and Seth Parrish will sign
scholarships with Thomas
University in Thomasville,


Ga., while volleyball player
Linsey Clark will also head to
Georgia, signing a scholarship
with Coastal Georgia College.
Basketball player Anbreyal
"Amber" Stewart will sign
with Flagler College, while
softball player Clara Thornton
will sign with Brown Mackie
College jn Kansas.
Football player Justin Tyson
may also sign.


Ja'Quez Calloway picks
off a pass for the first-
team defense in the
second half of the Red
and Gray game.


GAME
Continued from page 3B
player and leader Donelle
Williams.
"I'm not saying he was bad
last year," Chipoletti said of
Baker, ."but he's 10 times
better this year. He's really
stepped up his game. With the
departure of Donelle Williams,
we need someone over there to
step up."
Graduation will have an
impact on the receiver position
as well with the loss of
Ya'keem Griner and Tramaine
Harris. It was a position
Chipoletti was watching with
interest during the scrimmage.
Aside from Dinkins' big
play, the receiving corps got
solid outings from RJ. Buxton
and Brandon Thomas, who-
each caught four* passes for
more than 40 yards. Deantrd
Burch, who hasn't played in a
couple of seasons, caught three
passes for 23 yards.
"I was looking to see how
(the receivers) did tonight,"
Chipoletti said. "I'm pretty
happy."
It was the running game that
provided the first spark for the
offense on its first series of the
first quarter. Austin Chipoletti
scrambled for an 18-yard gain,
while Isaiah Jamison had a 9-
yard run.
After Dinkins' catch-and-run
for the only touchdown,
Chipoletti completed 3-of-4
passes. He was 6-of-9 for 143
yards in the first quarter and
finished the scrimmage 15-of-
25 for 206 yards.
The offense failed to gain a
first down on its first four
series of the second quarter.
Kebby had a sack for a loss of
6 yards to end one drive, while
Manning ended another drive
with a 7-yard sack on a fourth-
down play.
Cody Bias dropped Jamison
for a 2-yard to start the third
series of the second quarter,
but Jamison, who gained 31
yards on eight carries, put the
offense in scoring position at
the end of the quarter when he
broke loose for a 19-yard run.
That left the offense 21 yards
from the end zone with five
seconds on the clock. Buxton,
the second-string quarterback,
completed a 12-yard pass, but
a vicious hit by Calloway
ended the quarter with the
offense 9 yards from the goal
line.
SDemetrius Martin got the
offense off to a good start in
the third quarter, gaining 15
yards on his first carry of the
game. Martin, who finished
with 48 yards on five carries,
followed that up with an 8-
yard run, but a holding penalty
and another sack doomed the
offense's first second-half
series.
Martin picked up two first
downs for the offense on the
second series of the third
quarter before Chi'poletti fired
a downfield pass to Joel
Prevatt for a 30-yard gain on
the last play of the quarter.
Prevatt was stopped I yard shy
of the goal line, but the offense
headed into the final quarter up
16-15.
The defense stepped up in
the fourth quarter. After the
offense picked up a first down
on its second series of the
quarter, Baker dropped
Janison for a loss of 5, while
James sacked Chipoletti for a
3-yard loss.
Calloway came up with his
interception on the next series,
while the fourth series saw
Kebby record a sack on a
fourth-down play.
The defense capped the
scrimmage with James and
Manning teaming up for a sack
on the next-to-the-last play and
Thomas being swarmed under
for a 2-yard loss on a reception
on the final play.


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