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Creation Date: March 1, 2012
Publication Date: 10/11/2012
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National 4-H Week is Oct. 7-13
See pages 6A-9A for information on Union County 4-H activities and
to view ads from the businesses and groups who support 4-H in our area.


UNION COUN S

USPS 648-200'- LAKE BUTLER, FLORIDA THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012 100TH YEAR -24TH ISSUE 75 CENTS


Worth

Noting



American
Legion Meet
The American Legion will
meet on Thursday, Oct. 18, at
7 p.m. at the Masonic Lodge in
Lake Butler.


Project
G.R.A.D Chili
Dinner and
Auction
Project G.R.A.D. will host
its free chili dinner and auction
on Saturday, Oct. 13, beginning
at 6 p.m. at the Little Rainbow
Learning Center Day Care. Some
of the auction items include 2
Colt Ford tickets, trailer hitch
with installation, pet Hedgehog,
scentsy candles, 31 items and all
kinds of homemade desserts and
more. All proceeds go to Project
G.RA.D. 2013. For more
information call Charmin Rimes
at 352-274-2604.
Also, don't forget to send
in your empty ink and laser
jet cartridges to UCHS
Project G.R.A.D. fundraiser
"Empties4Cash". Any size, type,
or brand. Project G.R.A.D. can
earn up to $4 for each empty
.cartridge. Wrap them up in
newspaper or a zip lock bag
and send them in with your
student. Pick up available for
businesses. For more information
call 904-261-2257. Follow on
facebook at UCHS TIGERS
CLASS OF 2013 Parents for
Project GRAD.

City Hall
Special
meeting set
The City of Lake Butler will
be holding a special meeting on
Monday, October 15, 2012 at
5:15pm located at City Hall. 200
SW 1st St in Lake Butler.


Health
Advisory meet
The Union County Health
Advisory Group will hold its next
meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 5
p.m. at the Union County Health
Department. Your involvement
in developing the Community
Health Improvement Plan for
Union County is important so
be sure to join us and invite your
neighbors, business associates,
and other community leaders
to join us as well. The meeting
will start at 5:30 p.m. arid end no
later than 7 p.m. Please call 386-
496-3211 and ask for Winnie
Holland, administrator, if you
have any questions.




BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor

The Florida Department of
Corrections placed 11 Unior
Correctional Institution stafi
members on administrative
leave, resulting from investiga-
tions of use-of-force incidents
In addition, Corrections Secre-
tary Ken Tucker asked FDLE tc
take over the investigation frorr
the department's inspector gen.
eral.
Assistant Warden Nan Jeff


UC 4-H recognized during National 4-H Week


BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor

In observance of National 4-H
week, the history of the 4-H and
the impact the program has on its
members is being celebrated.
According to the 4-H, they
are the nation's largest youth
development organization. As
a youth development program
of the nation's 109 land-grant
universities and the cooperative
extension system, 4-H fosters
an innovative, "learn by doing"
approach with proven results.
A longitudinal study conducted
by the Institute for Applied
Research in youth development
at Tufts University showed that
youth engaged in 4-H are:
Nearly two times more likely
to get better grades in school.
Nearly two times more likely
to plan to go to college.
41 percent less likely to
engage in risky behaviors.
25 percent more likely to
positively contribute to their
families and communities.
The 4-H movement began
around the start of the 20th
century and revolutionized
how science was taught outside
of the classroom through
practical, hands-on programs
and experiences. 4-H was also
one of the first organizations
in America" that taught young
people leadership skills and
how to positively impact their
communities.

See 4-H page 6A


(Pictured above, I-r) Cassie Tomlinson, Kaitlyn
Davis, Nicole Lanterman, Michelle Whitehead,
Madelyn Whitehead, Brooke Goldie and Shiann
Hutchinson carve pumpkins in the Groves
Club run by Brandy Tomlinson.

(At right) 4-H'er Tim "Rifle Man" Meyers is
taught how to reload shotgun shells by Ken
Morgan. (At back, I-r) Amanda Bertine and Duke
Emerson observe.


Union County Homecoming is Friday, Oct. 1


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The King and Queen Homecoming court is Emily Marie Akridge, Shane Austin Hendricks, Caitlyn Sue Ann Halle, Dylan
Wyatt Clark, Kelsey Kathryn Harrison, Kevin Thornton, Courtney Ann Walsh and and Garrett William Worth.

See page 5A for more pictures and information on Homecoming
and the Homecoming Court. .

FDLE investigates UCI staff S
members, 11 on administrative leave


coat. Capt. Wilfred Dean Ellis.
Lt. Joseph Allen. Sgt. Djrr\l
Phillips and officers Kenneth
Warren. Da\ id Brooks. Jermaine
Corle\. Clinton Hodges. Derrick
Search Joshua Bostic and Rob-
ert Hill "ere all placed on leaje.
pending the result~ of the in\es-
tigations
At an Oct 5 press conference
at LICI. As.-itani Secretar', ftor
Institutions Tim Cannon said.
"The mission of the department
is to ensure publiLc jsaet\, .1ll-
cer safeLy and inmate safe \We
take this mission very serious-
ly and we will not tolerate any
actions by any members of this


agency\ c'ontrjrN to that mission
Cannon added, "These alleg-
lions do not represent the major-
iti of corretl.'onal professional
ho \\",ork in Florida's prisons
and do their jobs \nth the highest
degree of prolessionalism under
\er\ difficult circumstance.'."
Cannon also said TuCker hja
appinicdJ Diane Andre,,ws s
\ardcni t 1I"1 He jild she has
mo',re than 310 ,eJrs experience
a ilh the department
A?.L',rdilg t,. Ithe DC \eb-ite.
Barr)'Reddish, the former LIC
warden, is now the warden at
Lawtey Correctional.
Department officials also re-


.caled the alleged victims of
e,.~essi~e force The\ include
Inmate Frank Smith. Rudolph
Roi\ e. Leslie Smith. Chritopher
Arnold. Ronnic Daniels and \\'iI-
lie Knight. The department Iit-
ed Smith a~ deccajed.
According to the fampa Bja
Times. Smih. -14. died Sept
4 ialter a \i',lent co:nlrontation
% ith ,.rreclitria l ,'llicers hille
he "aj- being trianported tIo (- I
from a h, ,pital I he ne paper
aii it had been aikinn ,.,rrc'-
l -' :.llh uls r e ks ab'LOult
Smith's death.


Department of Corrections Assistant Secretary ror
Institutions Tim Cannon, during an Oct. 5 news con-
ference at UCI, announced the criminal investigation of
UCI staff members.


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School News.....


Homecoming Bus
Schedule Notice

The buses \\ill load students at
the Middle School/High School
immediately after the parade.
This is anticipated to be around
1:00 p.m. The buses will go to the
Elementary School next. They
should leave the Elementary
School at approximately 1:15
p.m. If you have any questions,
call Mike Pittman at the Bus
Garage at 386-496-2182.


LBES
Every week, LBES teachers
are given the opportunity to
choose at least one student in
their class to be the Tiger Cub.
Students are chosen based on
behavior, academic excellence or
improvement. Students receive a
ribbon and certificate from their
teachers for being chosen. Last
week's Tiger Cub were: Brett
Abraham, Ryland Bass, Summer
Bridges, Alyssa 'Burnham,
Ben Cabral, Leah Clark, Trey
Cliffen, Tanner Connell, Josie
Croft, Brooke Drew, Zanya
Ellis, Brooke Goldie, Dawson
Griffis, Izzy. Hedrick, Lachen
Hernandez, Victor Jefferson,
Lacey Johnson, Perry Johnson,
Meyri Juarez-Mendez, Isabelle
Kirsten, Crystal Lopez, Victoria
Polbos, Roy Rainey, Logan
Richards, Konnor Rossiter,
Noah Sanderson, Jus'tine Tarver,
Cody Taylor,, Curran Webb,
-Kennedy Westenberger, Carter
Whitehead,Ayden Williams and
Addisyn Worrell.
The 50 Point Book Club is de
signed to acknowledge LBES'
top readers in the Accelerated
Reader program. Students that
have earned 50 points. ,and..
niaintained an average bof 80
percent or higher will have their
photos displayed in the cafeteria
-and receive a medallion at the 4"
nine weeks ceremony. Gold seals
will be placed on the photos of
the students each time they reach
100 points. The 50 Point Book
Club members at this point are
Maegan Beatty and Hannah
Perron.
Early release days are
Wednesday, Oct. 10, and
Friday,'Oct. 12, (following the
homecoming parade.)
Your child can be a Heart Hero
and help others by participating
in Jump Rope for Heart. This
experience gives children a
chance to have fun jumping rope
while learning about their hearts
and how to keep them healthy,
all while raising life-' saving
donations for the American
Heart Association.
Every student at LBES
received a fundraising packet
and participation is completely
voluntary. Prizes will be
awarded for donations as
small as $5. On Thursday, Oct.
25, any student that raised a
minimum of $50 will have the
opportunity to "slime" Coach-
Aaron Tetstone, fundraising
coordinator. You cap help the
American Heart Association
by helping your child create
a fund- raising web page. It's
safe, effective, and saves time
by raising life-saving donations
online. Visit www.heart.org/
jump and click on "students sign
up." All donations are due at the
time of the event. The American
Heart Association's Mission
is to build healthier lives, free
of cardiovascular diseases and
stroke.
The Pizza Man of Lake Butler
is currently donating fifty cents
of every pizza sold on Mondays
to the LBES PTO playground
project. The special is good
on any size pizza, all day long.
The mission of the LBES PTO
playground project is to repair,
replace or upgrade all grade
level playground equipment. For
more information regarding the
-special contact the Pizza Man
at 386- 496-1825. The Pizza
Man is located at 165 SW 4th
Avenue in Lake Butler. For more
information regarding the PTO
playground project, call 386-


496-3047.
After school. tutoring has
begun. LBES asks that parents
enter the bus ramp area from
C.R. 231. For the safety of the
students, the traffic needs to run
in one direction only. Enter on
C.R. 231 and EXIT ONLY on
S.R. 121.
From now until Nov. 20,
Sunny D is hosting the 5th
annual Book Spree.The program
works by allowing teachers in
grades kindergarten through 7th
to exchange 20 eligible Sunny D
UPC labels for 20 free books. For
a complete list of eligible Sunny
D book spree products or to find
out more about the program,
visit www.SunnyD.com
LBES would like to honor
the fourth grade students irr
the 2012-2013 yearbook by
designating a special page to
show how much they've grown
over the past five years. Parents
are asked to send a photo of their
child's first day of school (pre-k
or kindergarten). Do not send in
baby photos. Physical copies are
being accepted and must include
the students first and last name.
The deadline to submit photos is
Friday, Dec. 21. (Original photos'
will be returned to the student.) If
you have any questions, contact
Tammy Wilkerson, Yearbook
Coordinator, at 386-490-3047
or email questions or photos to
wilkersont@union.kl2.fl.us
UCHS homecoming activities
will begin on Friday,.October 12.
Parents need to make necessary
arrangements in advance. A form
will be sent home regarding early
sign out (pop warner coaches,
scouts, cheerleaders, relatives
or friends) Parents will not
need tofill out this form if you
are picking up your own child.
Remember that UCSB policy
requires anyone signing a child
out to present a valid photo ID
and have written permission
from the parent if they are not
listed as an emergency contact.
Forms must be returned to the
front office by Wednesday, Oct.
10. Children will not be allowed
to call parents on the day of
homecoming to get permission
for someone else to sign them
out if they' did not return the
.permission slipAfter the parade,
school will be dismissed.
For a special project, the
LBES art department is still
in nded of twist-off style soda
bottle caps and baby wipes.
Donations can be dropped off in
the front office.
The 2012-2013 LBES
yearbooks may be preordered


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USPS 648-200
Published each Thursday and entered as Periodical Postage
Paid at Lake Butler, Florida under Act of March 3, 1879.
4-.* POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:
UNION COUNTY TIMES
125 E. Main Street Lake Butler, FL 32054
(386) 496-2261
John M. Miller, Publisher


Subscrption Rate in Trade Area
$39.00 per year.
$20.00 six mols
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Editor: Til(any Clark
Sports Editor: Cliff Smelley
Advertising: Kevin Miller
Darlene Douglass
Typesetting: Melisa Noble
Advertising and
Newspaper Prod. Earl W. Ray
Classified Adv. Mary Johnson
Bookkeeping: Melisa Noble


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IT'S HOMECOMING AT U.C.H.S.
IT'S COMING HOME TO A PLACE THAT'S NEAR TO YOUR HEART.
IT'S A CELEBRATION OF ALMA MATER, ALUMNi, GOOD FRIENDS, GOOD
TIMES, OLD MEMORIES, AND FAMILY TRADITIONS.


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at this time at a current price
of $25. Cash and checks (made
payable to LBES) are accepted.
For more information, please
contact 386-496-3047

LBMS
The SWAT County Tobacco
Free Partnership meetings are
scheduled for every early release
day at the Lakeside Community
Center. This is opportunity for
county partners to come together
and discuss the county's concerns
regarding tobacco issues. Lunch
is provided at each meeting. All
are welcomed to attend. The
meeting begins at 1 p.m.
Yearbooks are only $24.00
if pre-ordered from room 500
(Griffis) or in the gym in the
mornings.

UCHS
The price of yearbooks will be
$40 until Thursday, Nov. 1. The
cost will increase to $50 until
Jan. 7, and $60 there after.
Any seniors looking to buy an
ad must have it paid to Krystal
Gunter by Nov. 1. ($200 for a full
page, $150 for a half page, and
$75 for quarter page.)
Homecoming is Friday, Oct.
12. The UCHS homecoming
theme is "Tigers Will Dominate
the Wave." The UC Tigers will
play P.K. Younge.
The Homecoming Parade will
begin at noon at Sprinkle Field.
Tiger Growl will be today.
Thursday, Oct. 11, at the football
stadium starting at 7:30 p.m. The
cost will be $5 for all adults.
There will be no charge for
students or children. The bon
fire will follow the coronation of
the homecoming queen and king.
Send your empty ink and
laser jet cartridges to OCHS
Project G.R.A.D. fundraiser
"Empties4Cash". Any size, type,
or brand. Project G.R.A.D. can
earn up to $4 for each empty
cartridge. Wrap them up in
newspaper or a zip lock bag and
send them in with your student.
Pick up available for businesses.
For more information call 904-
263-2257.






THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 3A


UC 2010 Grad Chris Alexander


Former UC Grad succ es
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University of North Alabama quarterback
Chris Alexander, a 2010 Union County High
School graduate, carries the ball in the
Lions' 31-30 season-opening win over Miles
College. Alexander was named the Gulf South
Conference Offensive Player of the Week
following a 41-0 win over Shorter University
on Sept. 29. Please see the Regional News
section for more on Alexander. (Photo courtesy
of the University of North Alabama Sports
Information Office.)


Annie Sheldon Petersen,
Faculty of the University of
Florida IFAS Extension in
Orange County, was honored
recently at the National
Extension Association of Family
and Consumer Sciences 2012
Annual Session, "Exploring
Our Strengths, Discovering Our
Potential, Leading the Way to
Our Future."
Peterson received the National
and Southern Region NEAFCS
(National Extension Association
of Family and Consumer
Sciences) Fast Presidents'
New Professional Award at the
conference held in September in
Columbus, Ohio.
In receiving the award,
Peterson was recognized for her
instrumental work in expanding
the Family Nutrition Program in
Orange County and providing
quality educational nutrition
programs to improve the dietary
practices of low and limited
income Orange County residents
through increased knowledge of
nutrition, food safety, and food




Dr. Thomas Obreza,
Interim Associate
Dean for Extension
and Assistant
Director of the Florida
Cooperative Extension
Service at the
University of Florida
congratulates Annie
Sheldon Petersen for
her achievements.


resource management.
The New Professional
Award recognizes outstanding
accomplishments of NEAFCS
members within their first three
years of employment. The
award is to encourage the use of
innovative and effective methods
of conducting an Extension
program. With a belief in the
value of continued professional
development, the past presidents
of NEAFCS established this
award to help enable new
professionals to attend their hIst
NEAFCS Annual Session.
- Petersen plans to continue
her commitment to meeting the
needs of individuals, families
and communities.


Church

News

Vendors for
Ladies Expo
Providence Village Baptist
Church is seeking vendors
for their 5th Annual Ladies
Expo planned for Saturday,
Nov 3. Please contact Debbie
at dclyatt.5956@gmail.com
or 386-752-6209 by Oct. 1, if
interested.


Friday Night
Sing set
Sanderson Christian Revival
Center will hold the second
Friday night sing on Friday, Oct.
12. At 7:30 p.m. The church is
located on S.R. 229 and Sapp
Rd. Everyone is welcome.


Fender Bender on S.R. 100


Twin Paw employees V SMITH & SON'S
Jennifer Bridges and .I
John Nugent assisted FEED AND SE]
in removing the glass Rivers Edge Decor
and debris from the road
while UCSO Deputy Todd FALL 12GA&
Handlon prepared the e_& PLOT MIXES SH
Corolla to be moved. Gr a55 ARE HERE!

On Oct. 8, Ella Baxter, 71, of .
Starke, was traveling North Located in Provic
onSW2nd St. in Lake Butler 386-755-4328 (12 miles west of Lake
in a 97 Toyota, Corolla,
when she failed to stop at
the stop sign at the corner
of S.R. 100. Stacy Norman. We Build on your Land or Ours
And Lesley Barnes, both 17 "Many Beautiful Plans to Choose From!"
of Lake Butler, were headed
West on S.R. 100 in A 98
Dodge Ram when Baxter's .100% HP
the truck. According to Financig
FHP only minor injuries Approved i Lo
were reported. -$10
Twin Paw employees
Jennifer Bridges and John
Nugent got a broom and HENDRICKS HOMES & ROOFING,
dustpan from the Twin Call for Our New Home Plan Boi
Pawn store and assisted 386-496-2740
n removing the glass and Insured & State Certified Roofing & Residential Contrac
debris from the road to help JASON HENDRICKS, Owner CCC#1328866/CRC#132s
minimize the interference
in traffic.


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October 25, 2012

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How the Devil Works,
The first temptation teaches us many things about how the Devil
works. In Genesis 3:1, the Serpent asks Eve, "Has God indeed
said, 'You shall not eat of every tree of the garden?" In this
question. Salan is doing two things. One, he is trying to create
doubt in Eve's mind. He is trying to get her to'.pontemplate
would God really have said such a thing. Second, he is trying to
get Eve to view God's commands as restrictive. He gets her to
focus on the one thing.she cannot have. The Devil then turns to
lies by saying, "You shall not surely die," but instead he assures
her, "your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God,
knowing good and evil" (Genesis 3:4-5). The Devil's lie is often
repeated today when people say things like "God will never
punish anyone." Let us be careful not to buy into the lies and
tricks of the Devil.
Danville Church of Christ
8704 SW SR 121, Lake Butler, FL
Phone: 386-496-3880
E-mail: danvifleflchurchofchrist@yahoo.com

Bible Study at 9:00 AM on Sun and 7:30 PM on Wed
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October is Fall
Beautification
month for LB
October is fall beautification
month in Lake Butler. Prune
and fertilize your trees, plant
a flower, clean-up, repair and
paint. The city will provide
removal of extra trash and debris
at no additional cost in order to
beautify the community. If you
have a junk car you can have it
hauled off for free by calling city
hall at 386-496-3401.


Meet the
Candidates
There will be an Old Fashion
Political Rally on the Monday,
Oct. 29. It will begin at 6 p.m.
at the Lake Butler Community
Center. All Candidates are
invited. Everyone is invited to
attend. Take this time to get to
know your candidates.


Pond
Management
Update
The Bradford, Baker and
Union County Extension Offices
will host a Tri-County Pond
Management update pond side
at the Bradford County FFA
farm on Thursday, Oct. 18,
from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. This
program will cover a variety
of topics such as water quality,
weed identification and control,
calculating pond dimensions and
fish identification. Participants
are invited to bring samples of
aquatic weeds from their pond
for identification.
Registration is $5.00 and will
include a hot dog ,dinner and
handout materials. To sign up
for this 'program, contact the
Union County Extension Office
at 386-496-2321 by 12 noon on
Oct.16. A complete agenda is
available at http://union.ifas.
ufl.edu. For individuals with
disabilities requiring special
accommodations, contact the
Bradford County Extension
Office at least 5 working days
prior to the program in order for
proper consideration to be given
to the request.


Voter
information
For those who aren't sure
about the general election ballot,
all registered voters will receive
the same .ballot except District
3. District 3 has a County
Commissioner race and only
voters that live in District 3 can
vote on-that race.
In the Primary Election voters
had to vote by what party they
were registered because Florida
is a closed primary state.
All households who have
registered voters will receive a
sample ballot in the mail prior
to the election. If you have any
question call the Supervisor of
Elections office at 496-2236.

Trick or Treat
date set
The City of Lake Butler will
be celebrating Halloween trick 01
treat on Saturday, Oct. 27, from (
to 9 p.m.

Value
Adjustment
Board meet
The Value Adjustment Boar(
hearings have been scheduled
for Friday, Oct.19, at 10:00 a.m
Hearings are to be held in the
Union County Commissioner
boardroom located in the
*Union County Courthouse. The
alternate hearing date will be 01
Monday, Oct. 29, for those whl
are unable to attend.


United
Daughters of
the Federation
The United Daughters of th
Confederacy, Olustee Chapter
will hold a meeting in Lake Cit
on Oct. 15, at 5:15 p.m. at th
China Buffet located at 345 Wes
Duval Street. Enjoy ,the buffi
after the meeting. Cost is $9.0


(drink extra) Reservations are not
required. For more information
call Linda Williams at 352-215-
8776.

City
Information
Effective as of Oct. 1, the City
of Lake Butler's utility late fee
and reconnection fees will be
$25 each.

Become a
mentor
The Take Stock in Children
program in Union County is
looking for new mentors to
help change young lives in
the community. Take Stock in
Children in a statewide non-profit-
organization and the Foundation
for Florida Gateway College
serves as the lead agency for the
program in Baker, Columbia,
Dixie, Gilchrisf and Union
counties. Take Stock in Children
pairs good students, who have
the odds stacked against them,
with mentors who provide the
.support, encouragement and
guidance they need to succeed in
school. Mentors meet with their,
mentees for 30 minutes every
week on the school campus. All
it takes is a little time to make a
difference that will last a lifetime.
For more information on Take
Stock in Children, contact the
program office at 386-754-4392
or. mailto:antonia.robinson@fgc.
edu.

Rotary meet
The Lake Butler Rotary meets
weekly on Tuesday, at noon
at the First Christian Church.
Prospective members are invited
to attend. Lake Butler Rotary
Sis part of Rotary International.
For more information contact G.
Bird at 386-496-2526, or ask any
Rotarian.


Senior Citizen
programs set
An activities program has
been set for senior citizens at the
Worthington Springs community
center to be held on Mondays
and Wednesdays from 10 a.m.
to 3 p.m. A variety of games are
available. Non-expensive meals
are also available to help raise
funds.


Medicare/
Medicaid
counseling set
There will be free Medicare/
Medicaid counseling sponsored
by SHINE on the 2nd and 4th
Wednesday of every month from
2 to 4 p.m. at the Union County
Health Department, 495 E. Main
St. in Lake Butler.
SSHINE counselors assist
Seniors and persons with


disabilities to understand health
insurance choices, apply for
assistance and file appeals.
SHINE does not sell insurance
or represent any insurance entity.
For information or to learn about
volunteering for SHINE, call the
Elder Helpline at 1-800-963-
5337.


UC Farmer's
Market
The Union County Farmer's
Market will be open every.
Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

School board
meet
The School Board will hold
its regular meeting on Tuesday,
,Oct. 23, at 1:30 p.m. An agenda
can be found at http://www.
union.kl2.fl.us


Free Clothing
for 'the family'
There will be Free Clothes for
"all of the family" on the first
Saturday of each month, from
9':30 a.m. to noon at Fellowship
Baptist Church in Raiford right
off Hwy 121 just before entering
town. Follow the signs.

Events at the
UCPL
On Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 4
to 5:30 p.m., the Union County
Public Library invites the public
to learn about electronic books
and how to download them for
your tablet, computer, or mobile
device. This is free to the public.
Due to limited seating, pre-
registration is recommended.
Register online at www.
newriver.lib.fl.us or call 386-
496-3432.
The UCPL will also host
Fright Night on Saturday Nov.
3, from 6 to 8 p.m. All teens
and young adults are welcome.
Admission will be a $2 donation.
There will be ghoulish free food,
haunting live music, gory games
and lots of other creepy, freaky
fun. Proceeds will benefit the
Junior Friends of the Library
Scholarship Fund.
The Union County Friends
of the Library organization will
meet on Monday, Oct 8, at 3:30
p.m. at the library. If you are
interested in becoming a friend,
call 386-496-3432. The UCPL
is located at 250 SE 5 Avenue,
Lake Butler.



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The Union County High School Jazz Band performed at the Lake Butler Rotary Club at First
Christian Church this past Tuesday under the direction of Band Director Kelly Dorsey. In
attendance were regular members such as UC Superintendent of Schools Carlton Faulk as
well as guests such as Florida Gateway College President Chuck Hall. Rotary member and
FGC Trustee Billy Ray Foister invited the band to play.
Historical,
Buildings .
windows shot
BY TIFFANY CLARK
Times Editor ';'


The front door windows of
two of the oldest building in
Lake Butler were damaged
just before midnight this past
Thursday, shot with possibly a
BB or pellet gun.)
The Twin Pawn shop
window was shattered. This
building is owned and leased
by Marjorie Driggers.
The other building was
the Townsend building that
the Historical Museum is in.
This building is owned by
the city and was donated to
the city by Marjorie Driggers
years ago. The door window
spiderwebbed but did not
shatter outside of the door.
The owner of the pawnshop
business Monna Nugent said
that nothing in the store was
damaged. Nugent said she was
thankful to the UCSO and to
Deputy Jared Ellis who went
above and beyond his duties.
Ellis provided plywood and
boarded the windows up.
Nugent said she was shocked
and pleased that he would go
out of his way to do this.


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at 9 am
Your consignments are
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23 years with so many fellow Tigers.

Enjoy the Homecoming festivities this

week, and thank you for your vote and

support on November 6! Pat

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the kids in the youth group! The money will be used to help them pay
for their upcoming activities & trips. Come celebrate fall with a trip to
the patch, take some pictures with your family with our photo spots that
'are coming soon ani let the kids play some games! We thank you for
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THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012 UNION COUNTY TIMES 5A


UC Homecoming, introducing the King and Queen court


BY TIFFANYCLARK.
Times Editor

The.UC homecoming events
have arrived with Tiger Growl
.tonight, Thursday, Oct. 11, at
the football stadium starting
at 7:30 p.m. The UCHS


homecoming theme is "Tigers
'Will Dominate the Wave." A bon
fire will immediately follow the
coronation of the homecoming
queen and king.
The Freshman Prince and
Princess are Michael Chase
Rizer and McKenzie Elizabeth
Mobley.


Rizer, 17, is the son of Jonathan
and Christy Rizer of Raiford.
Mobley, 14, is the daughter of
Marianne Mobley and Thomas
Mobley of Lake Butler.
The Sophomore Prince and
Princess are William Randall
Brown and Kayla Kierstyn
Andrews.
Brown, 15, is the son of Vince
and Dawn Brown of'Lake Butler.
Andrews, 15, is the daughter
of Wayne and Trudy Andrews of
Graham.
The Junior Prince and Princess
are Duke Cody Waters and Kayla
Inez Nettles.
Waters, 16, is the son of David

(Top left) The Freshman
Prince and Princess are
Michael Chase Rizer
and McKenzie Elizabeth
Mobley.
(Bottom left) The
Sophomore Prince and
Princess are William
Randall Brown and
Kayla Kierstyn Andrews.
(At right) The Junior
Prince and Princess are
Duke Cody Waters and
Kayla Inez Nettles.
(Below) Senior
Sponsors are Alan
Michael Burch, Lesley
Marie Barnes, Jordyn
Macy Bennett and
Chaton Lane Croft.


and Brandi Waters of Lake
Butler.
Nettles, 16, is the daughter of
Alan and Kay Nettles of Lake
Butler.
The Queen's Court includes:
Emily Marie Akridge, Caitlyn
Sue Ann Halle, Kelsey Kathryn
Harrison and Courtney Ann
Walsh.
Akridge, 17, is the daughter
of Eddie and Patty Akridge of
Raiford. She is a member of
Future Farmers of America,
Students Working Against
Tobacco, Studeht Government
and is the senior class Secretary.






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She is also captain of the
volley ball team and has received
scholar athlete awards every year
she has played. Akridge attends
Fellowship Baptist Church of
Raiford and is dual-enrolled at
Florida Gateway College. She
plans to attend the University of
North Florida for a Bachelors in
Science in Biology.
Halle, 17,'is the daughter of
Susan and Rick Brown and Greg
and Karol Halle of Lake Butler.
She is a member of the varsity
cheerleading squad and Future
Farmers of America where she
has been a club officer and on the
livestock judging competition
team. Halle is the current
reigning Miss Florida Gateway
Pro Rodeo Queen and is a
member of Tabernacle Baptist
Church of Lake City. Halle is
currently dual-enrolled at Florida
Gateway College and plans to
pursue a Bachelor of Science
degree in Nursing.
Harrison, 17, is the daughter
of Richard and Tammy Harrison
of Lake Butler. She is an active
member of the Tabernacle Baptist
Church of Lake City and the
Tabernacle Youth Choir. Harrison -
is currently a liaison for Students
Working Against Tobacco,
varsity cheerleading captain,
parliamentarian for Florida
Futures Educators of America,
president of the Beta Club,
creator and coordinator of the
Celebration of Abilities Prom for
special needs students, reigning
Miss Marion County Teen USA,
reigning Miss U-Co-High, and
a member of the Florida Crown
Workforce. She is currently
dual-enrolled at Florida Gateway
College and plans to attend Nova
Southeastern University or the
University of Florida to pursue
a Doctor of Dental Medicine


degree. Harrison hopes to own
a dental business and specialize
in Pediatrics and adults with
disabilities.
Walsh, 17, is the daughter of
Michael and Kelly Simpson of
Lake Butler. She is a member
of Students Working Against
Tobacco, Future Farmers of
America, varsity cheerleading
co-captain, plays basketball and
was team captain her junior year,
member of the weightlifting team
and holds school records for her
weight class and has served as
class president her freshman,
sophomore, junior, and senior


years. Walsh will graduate with
her CNA license and plans to
attend Florida State University's
College of Nursing.
The King's Court includes:
Dylan Wyatt Clark,ShaneAustin


Hendricks, Kevin Thornton and
Garrett William Worth.
Clark, 17, is the son of Billy
and Robin Clark of Alachua. He
is a member of the varsity football
team and the weightlifting team.
Clark is a past member of Future
Farmers of America and likes to
hunt and fish. He plans to go
to college and major in sports
medicine and play football,
Hendricks, 18, is the son of
Larry and Nancy Hendricks of
Lake Butler. He is an active
member of Future Farmers of
America and won the state title
in tractor operations. Upon


























graduation, Hendricks plans to
attend Florida Gateway College
to get a degree in Animal Biology
or Business Administration and
See Homecoming page 9A


Elect



Bo





BAYER

FOR
UNION COUNTY JUDGE


THANK YOU FOR'YOUR SUPPORT
After 37 years of making tough decisions as both a prosecutor and in football
related activities, I have learned that everyone has their right to their own opinion.
However, DO NOT BELIEVE that I don't have a "personal stake" in Union
County. I have dedicated the past 16 years ensuring that the constitutional rights of
the citizens of Union County are preserved. A good prosecutor not only protects
the rights of victims of crime but also ensures that law enforcement and courts
follow the law in preserving the rights of the accused a major reason that
experience in creating proper search and arrest warrants needs to be considered. I
am proud that we in Union County have never had a case thrown out because of a
faulty warrant. My decision to run for judge is based on the fact that with my
experience in these matters in addition to the courtroom hours, trial experience,
etc., I am the best candidate to preserve the rights of the local citizens with whom
I've become close with over the years.
Pol. Ad Paid for and approved by Bo Bayer for Union County Judge.


Kellie Connell: Qualified to Serve

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
Master of Accountancy degree, University of
North Florida (
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, University of .
Florida
13 years of experience in public accounting
Event Chair & Accounting Chair for Lake
Butler's Relay for Life
Member of multiple community clubs &
organizations
Active member of the Lake Butler Church of
Christ
Life-long resident of Union County
Married to Jeremy with three boys: Tanner, Judd
and Tripp
Daughter of Joe & Debbie Hendricks
Granddaughter of Bryan & Jeanette Hendricks, and Myrtice and the late James Lee

It would be a privilege to use my education, accounting
experience and skills to serve the residents of Union County.
Please vote Kellie Connell for Clerk of Court
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Pol. Adv. paid for and approved by Kellie Hendricks Connell, Republican for Clerk of Court.


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4-H
Continued from Page 1A

According to Colan Cood\.
Union County 4-H Program
Assistant, in the last year.
Union County 4H'ers have been
involved in many activities to
include:
In October of 2011, eighteen
4H'ers signed up to show sw\ine
project and six 4H'ers were
working towards showing steers
and heifers at the fair. Seven
4H'ers completed the Florida
Hunter Safety class receiving
their hunter safety certificates.
Eighteen LBES 2nd grade
students from Rebecca Wolfson
class worked with 4H'ers Amy
Hicks and Morgan Dukes and
completed Project Learning Tree
(PLT), "The shapes of things," as
they made leaf monsters from the
different shapes of leaves.
In November of 2011, 5th
grade students began their 4-H/
Tropicana public speaking
program. Each was given an
introduction and a speech,
modeled by Coody.
On Veterans Day, six 4th
grade safety patrol students at
LBES learned how to properly
raise and lower the American
flag and how to fold and store it
overnight.
Two hundred and eighty swine
exhibitors and parents attended
the Bradford/Union Swine
Association meeting,at LBES
while Basil Bactawar, Union
County Extension Director,
presented a program on swine
nutrition and management.
Two hundred and seventy
five members of the community
enjoyed the annual farm city
week celebration with .thirty-
three 4H'ers helping to serve
and accommodate guests. The
4-H Cooking club, assisted by
Teresa Irwin, set up a table
for the cooking project so the
community could enjoy and
taste.
Eighteen 2nd grade students in
learned the properties of matter.
They learned how to change a
liquid to a solid by shaking milk
(heavy whipping cream and half
and half) to make butter.
In December of 2011, seven
4H'ers tagged and weighed their
cattle for the fair.


Eighteen 4H'ers tagged a pig
in hopes of a grand champion at
the Bradford Fair.
Eighteen 2nd graders and
fifteen 4th graders enjoyed
reading Christmas stories. The
special guest reader was School
Board member Curtis'.Clyatt.
In January of 2012, twenty-
four 4th grade students enjoyed
Florida history, particularly
history about areas of Florida
after the Civil War.
Thirty-six 6th grade students
at LBMS completed experiments
on elasticity to understand the
breaking point.
Nine members of the 4-H
Explorers club led by Eric
Hall, enjoyed an afternoon of
fishing at Doyle Godwin's pond
in Worthington Spring. They
learned know to identify different.
fish and plants. They also learned
that corn on a gold hook worked
really well.
Four members of the cooking
club made spaghetti, garlic
bread and baked a cake. They
discovered that-good healthy
food is fun and easy to prepare
and that chocolate syrup is good
on the cake also.
Thirty-eight LBES 2nd and 4th
'grade students worked together
and planted a plum tree as part of
the Project Learning tree school
enrichment program. The tree
was planted on Florida Arbor
day, a day set-aside for everyone
to plant a tree.
Six 4H'ers got their goats
checked in for the Bradford Fair.
Not only do the 4-Hers show
cows and pigs, but goats, chicken
and rabbits also.
In February of 2012, twenty-
four LBES 4th grade students
finished the book "Solomon".
This historical fictional book
shared some real life lesson for
the students. With the trails,
troubles and difficulties in their
lives, the Freeman's overcome
the hardships and struggles.
Completing and testing earned
the students ten (10) accelerated
reader (AR) points.
Nine members of the 4-H
Explorers club put their final
touches on their 4-H project
books.
Four members of the cooking
club prepared two large sheet
cakes, as a community service
project for the Tri County
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4H'ers in the adventure club
led by Duke Emerson went to
Newberry and competed at the
state 4-H archery tournament. Of
the one hundred and seventy five
archers, Sam and Zoie Whitlock
earned 9th and 10th place ribbons
respectively in their divisions.
Thirty-six LBMS 5th grade
students made plastic from milk.
Strange, but true, they made a
bio plastic. Learning alternative
ways to make plastics can help
reduce the dependence on oil-
based products.
Twenty-five 4-H and FFA
youth showed goats at the
Bradford Fair. 4-Her Lake Harris
won reserved grand champion
for his goat and FFA and 4-H
member Ashley Harris won 1st
place showmanship in the goat
show. Harris is a member of the
4-H BB'.s and Bows club.
Union County 4H'ers did well
at the Bradford fair winning:
Ist Place Intermediate
livestock judging team
2nd Place- Intermediate
livestock judging team
3rd Place- Junior Livestock
judging team
Best in show horticulture
division- Lake Harris
BB's add Bows 4-H club.
Reserve grand champion goat-
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club
Reserve grand champion-
poultry, Natalie Jean Waters of,
4-H Clover Buds club.
In April of 2012, twenty-
five 4-Hers from 'around the
state completed in Bronson in
the 4-H hunting discipline and
the National Rifle Association
(NRS) Florida Fish'and Wildlife
Commission (FWC) young
hunter educational challenge
(YHEC) program. The UC 4-H
team lead by Duke Emerson
brought home the gold in both
events. By' winning this event
the 4H'ers qualified for the
National 4-H Hunter Challenge
in Nebraska. This was the first
time a Union County 4-H team
or individual had ever qualified
for a national event. They also
competed in the State YHEC in
Ocala.
One hundred and seventy
seven 2nd grade students learned
more about insects by hatching
butterflies. Now they know the
parts of the body, the stages of
development, and life cycle.
Eight 'seven 4-Hers, guests
and parents attended the annual
4-H awards banquet held at the
Lake Butler Community Center.'
The senior 4-Hers conducted


the program. Amy Hicks and represented Union County 4-H at with Baker County. They had an
Morgan Dukes did an excellent the State Events in July. archery and air rifle program.
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Receiving awards for education challenge participants (Back row,
both record books and I-r) Serena Roberts, Duke Emerson and Witt
"Batman" Thomas. (Front row, I-r) Amanda
their achievements at Bertine, Lane Underhill, Tim "Rifle Man"
the fair during the 4-H Meyers, Case Emerson and Ty "Google"
awards banquet (Back, Hamilton.


I-r) Ashley and Donna
Harris and Colan
Coody. (Front, I-r) Lake
Harris, Seth Harrison,
Kendall Stalnaker and
Lane Griffis.


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Keeping it on schedule.
In May of 2012, six 4H'ers
went to 4-H district events at the
University of Florida. Kelsey
Brooker and Kristen Hodgson
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One hundred and seventy-
seven 2nd'grade students enjoyed
making Mother's Day cards and
transplanting flowers for their
mothers.
IOne hundred and seventy-
three students made the trip to
the 3rd grade camp out. Students
from the University of Florida
Entomology showed off all kinds
of bugs and crawly things. Even
had BIG roaches that hissed at
you.
Four youth and two .adults
picked watermelons donated by
Doyle and Karl Williams for the
4-H shooting teams trip to go to
the National 4-H Shooting Sports
Event. The 4-H also bagged
groceries at Spires IGA, and
received additional help form
local businesses and citizens to
help make the trip possible.
In June of 2012, seven 4H'ers
attended a dual county day camp


dry Santa Fe River. Along the
way, they saw the-impact of the
drought on the land, river, and
wildlife.
Four.4H'ers and,two adults,
along with Coody, went to the
lNational 4-H Shooting Sports
competition Nebraska. They
were there with thirty-seven
other states, with five hundred
,thirty seven youth; they enjoyed
and learned more about other 4-H
programs. Of the thirty-seven
states, there were ten hunting


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(Left top) The 4-H'ers T-Shirts list the sponsors that assist the 4-H. (Bottom left) Case
Emerson, Lake Harris, Seth Harrison and County Commisioner Ricky Jenkins pose
together after the 4-Her's received awards. (Right) Eli Rimes carves a pumpkin in the
Groves Club run by Brandy Tomlinson.


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The 2012 UC Hall of Fame to be honored prior to Homecoming game


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The 2012 Hall of Famers are
(Clockwise, top right) Lonnie Caine, Fate Seay, Michael Dukes and
Colin Halle.


Michael Dukes


Football Hall of Fame.
\'ih the reformation of
the SuL\annee Conference
in 2011 Union Count\ High
decided to annually recognize
foi mer players that built the
foundaltion of its' stoned
past. This \ear tlie Lnion
Count\ Quarterback Club
selected three members and
the Lake Builer Consolidated
committee selected one
member for the 2012 class.
The newly elected members
are: Colin Halle, Fate Seay,
Lonnie Caine and Michael
Dukes.
Halle is a 1958 UCHS
graduate and is a member
of a large family residing
in the Lake Butler area. He
was selected into the 1957
All Suwannee Conference
Team. He was also selected
to the inaugural 1957
Gainesville Sun All Area
Team and was selected as
the 1957 Gainesville Sun
Player of the Year. Halle
was also chosen as the 1957
Suwannee Conference Player
of the Year. He was selected
to play in the' annual North-
South Florida All Star Game
played at Florida Field in
Gainesville and was awarded
a football scholarship to play
at the University of Florida
turning down an offer from
the legendary University of
Alabama Head Coach, Paul
"Bear" Bryant, in order to
stay close to home. Halle is
married to the former Brenda
Boles and together they have
five children.
Seay is a 1960 UCHS
graduate and is a member of
a large family residing in the
Worthington Springs area. He


\\as selected to the 1958 and
1959 All State teams making
him the first confirmed
Union Count\ plaNer to earn
All State recognition tmice.
He \\as also selected to the
1958 and 1959AII Suwannee
Conference Teams. He \"as
selected to the 1958 and
1959 Gaines'ille Sun All
Area Teams and \aas chosen
the 1959 Gaines\ille Sun
Player of the Iear. He \\as
also selected to play in the,
annual North-South Florida
All Star Game during the
summer of 1960. Seay
is married to the former
Cathy Fortner, also of Lake
Butler, and is the father of
three children. He has been
a resident of Trenton since
1965.
Caine is a 1965 Graduate
of the Lake. Butler
Consolidated High School.
Originally born in St.
George, Georgia, Cain grew
up- in the Raiford area. He
was a four-year starter for
the Blue Devils, excelling
on both the offensive and
defensive sides of the ball
for Lake Butler Consolidated
High and Hall of Fame
Coach Curtis Carl Hughes.
Nicknamed "Bulldozer" by
his teammates, Caine led the
Blue Devils in tackles both his
junior and senior year. He was
voted as the team captain for
the 1964 season. Caine was
involved in coaching youth
football for Alachua for over
fifteen years retiring after
suffering from a stroke. He is
married to the former Dorothy
Miller and currently resides in
Alachua
Dukes is a 1979 graduate


of UCHS and is a member of
a large family residing in the
local Dukes community. He
was selected into the 1977
and 1978 All State teams, the
1977 and 1978 All Region
teams and the 1977 and 1978
Gainesville Sun All Area
Teams. He was also selected
into the 1977 and 1978
Suwannee Conference teams.
In 1978, Dukes was voted the
Suwannee Conference Back
of the Year, the Suwannee
Conference Defensive
Lineman of the Year and the
Suwannee Conference Overall
Player of the Year making him
the first confirmed player in
Suwannee Conference history
to win all three awards. Dukes


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Shad Bryant Award. He is
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8A UNION COUNTY TIMES THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012


LEGALS




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 63-2012-CA-0016
BEVERLY HOLT WISE and
RONALD H. WISE,
Plaintiffs,
vs
MARISA KNIGHT,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
that pursuant to a Final Judgment
Of Foreclosure dated September 19,
2012 in the above-styled cause, I will
sell to the highest and best bidder for
cash at the front door of the Union
County Courthouse, Lake Butler,
Florida at 11:00 A.M. on October
'25, 2012, the following described
property:
Lot 27 in TE. Dekle's Addition to
Lake Butler, Florida, in Section 31,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
as per plat recorded in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Union
County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT State Road 23.
ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT a parcel
of land, lying, being and situate in
Section 31, Township 5 South, Range
20 East, Union County, Florida,
being a portion of Lot 27, "Dekle's 111
Addition to the City of Lake Butler",
according to plat thereof recorded in
Plat Book 1, Page 13, public records
of Union County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northeast corner
of said Lot 27, "Dekle's 1' Addition to
the City of Lake butler", and thence
run South 04 degrees 16 minutes 54
seconds East, along the East line of
said Lot 27, and along the West right
of way line of Dekle Street (a 60 foot
right of way, also known as Southwest
4'" Avenue), a distance of 112.51 feet
to the POINT OF BEGINNING of the
hereinafter described parcel of land:
Thence continue running South 04
degrees 16 minutes 54 seconds East,
continuing along said East line of Lot
27 and continuing along said West
right of
way line of Dekle Street, a distance
of 84.72 feet to the Point intersecting
with the North right of way line of
State Road Number 121, said point
lying on the arc of a curve concave
Southerly; thence run Southwesterly,
along said North right of way line of
State Road ,No. 121, a distance of
80.96 feet as measured along he
arc of a curve concave Southerly
and having a radius of 5769.58 feet,
said arc being subtended by a chord
having a bearing of South 85 degrees
49 minutes 42 seconds West and a
distance of 80.96 feet; thence run
North 04 degrees 45 minutes 42
seconds West a distance of 83.88
feet; thence run North 85 degrees
14 minutes 18 seconds East, a
distance of 81.66 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
Parcel ID Number: 31-05-20-16-000-
0270-0
Any person claiming an interest in
the surplus from the sale, if any, other
than the property owner as of the date
.of the Lis Pendens must file a claim
within 60 days after the sale. Dated
this 19th day of September, 2012.
REGINA H. PARRISH
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: Julia Croft
Deputy Clerk
Dudley P. Hardy, P.A.
403 W. Georgia St.
Starke, Florida 32091
10/4 2tchg 10/11-UCT
IN THE COURT OF THE EIGHTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
Case No. 63-2012-CA-0114
Louisiana Federal Land Bank
association, FLCA, as assignee
of Trust Financial, a Mortgage
Company, LLC, a Texas limited
liability company,
Plaintiff,
vs.
Rivland Investors, LLC, a Florida
limited liability company with its
principal place of business in Lake
County, Florida; Unknown Tenants,
fictitious defendants who may be
later identified, and all other parties
claiming by, through or under the
said Defendants,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that-
pursuant to a final judgment of fore
closure entered in the above-entitled
cause in the Circuit Court of Union
County, Florida, I will sell to the
highest bidder for cash at the Union
County Courthouse, 55 West Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida, 32054-
1600, at 11:00 a.m. on the 8 day
of November, 2012, the following
described property set forth in the
Final Judgment of Foreclosure
Against Rivland Investors, LLC:
Exhibit A,
THE LAND REFERRED TO HEREIN
BELOW IS SITUATED IN THE
COUNTY OF UNIONf STATE OF FL,
AND IS DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS

The North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of
Section 32, Township 4 South, Range
19 East, Union County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT road right-of-
way.
Legal Description Parcel E:
A Parcel of land, lying being and
situate in Section 4, Township 6
South, Range 18 East, Union County,
Florida, more particularly described
as follows:
Commence at the Southeast Corner
of said Section 4 and run South 86
degrees, 16 minutes, 06 seconds
West, along, the theoretical South
line of said.-Section 4, a distance
of 50.00 feet to the intersection
with the West right-of-way line of
County Road Number 241 (100 foot
right-of-way); thence run North 04
degrees, 02 minutes, 51 seconds
West, along said West right-of-way
line, a distance of 459.00 feet to the


Point of Beginning of the hereinafter
described parcel of land: Thence run
South 85 degrees, 56 minutes, 01
seconds West, a distance of 1260.77
feet to the intersection with the West
line of the East 1/2 of Southeast 1/4
of said Section 4; thence run North
02 degrees, 13 minutes, 01 second
West, along said West line of the
East 1/2 of Southeast 1/4 of Section
4, a distance of 1199.04 feet to the
'intersection with the approximate
centerline of a County Maintained
Graded Road (SW 79th St.); thence
run North 87 degrees, 33 minutes, 48
seconds East, along said approximate
centerline, a distance of-503.20 feet;
thence fun South 75 degrees, 43
minutes, 04 seconds East, continuing
along said approximate centerline,
a distance of 53.14 feet; thence run
South 56 degrees, 15 minutes, 52


seconds East, continuing along said
approximate centerline, a distance of
846.51 feet to the intersection with
the aforesaid West right of way line
of County Road Number 241; thence
run South 04 degrees, 02 minutes,
51 seconds East, along said West
right of way line, 'a distance of 404.81
feet; thence run South 85 degrees,
32 minutes, 41 seconds West a
distance of 313.07 feet; thence run
South 04 degrees, 02 minutes, 51
seconds East a distance of 208.71
feet; thence run North 85 degrees, 32
minutes, 41 seconds East, a distance
of 313.07 feet to the intersection with
said West right of way line of County
Road Number 241; thence run South
04 degrees, 02 minutes, 51 seconds
East, along said West right of way
line, a distance of 35.00 feet to the
POINT OF BEGINNING.
ALSO SUBJECT TO the right-of-way
of a county maintained graded road
(SW 79th St.) over, across and along
the Northerly 15 feet thereof.
PARCEL ("NORTH")
The North 3/4 of the West 3/4 of the
South 1/2 and the South V2 of the
Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
and the South 1/2 of the Southeast
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 and the
South 1/2 of the Southwest 1/4 of
the Southwest 1/4 of Section 14,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT lands described
in Official Records 49, Page 171 and
Official Records Book 69, Page 60, of
the public records of Union County,
Florida.
ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT the
'following described four (4) parcels
of land:
Commence at a found 4x4 concrete
monument located at the Northeast
Corner of the West % of the South
1/2 of said Section 14 and run South
84 degrees, 14 minutes, 14 seconds
West, along the North line of the West
3/4 of the
South 1/2 of said Section 14, for a
distance of 766.49 feet to a set V'2"
iron rod for the Point of Beginning.
From the Point of Beginning thus
described: continue South 84
degrees, 14 minutes, 14 seconds
West, along said North line, for a
distance of 1097.26 feet to a set '/2"
iron rod; thence continue South 05
degrees, 21 minutes, 47 seconds
West, for a distance of 695.18 feet to
a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run South
84 degrees, 38 minutes, 13 seconds
East, for a distance of 1088.70
feet to a set /2" iron rod located on
the Westerly R/W.line of NE 209th
Avenue (40' R/W as maintained-
paved); thence run North 02 degrees,
02 minutes, 18 seconds East, along
said Westerly R/W line, for a distance
of 207.91 feet to a set /2" iron rod;
thence run North 05 degrees, 21
minutes, 47 seconds East, along said
Westerly R/W line, for a distance of
132.16 feet to a set 2" iron rod located
on the South line of a parcel of land
as described and recorded in ORB
69, Page 60, of the Public Records
of said County (hereinafter described
to as said parcel); thence run North
84 degrees 38 minutes, 13 seconds
West, for a distance of 190.72 feet
to a set /2" iron rod located at the
SW Corner of said parcel; thence
run North 05 degrees, 21 minutes,
47 seconds East,' for a distance
of.'417.44 feet to a set 1/2" iron rod
located at. the NW Cornerof said
parcel; thence run South 84 degrees,
38 minutes, 13 seconds East, for a
distance of 190.72 feet to a set 12"
iron rod located on said Westerly R/
W line of NE 209th Avenue and on
the North line of said parcel; thence
run North 05 degrees, 21 minutes, 47
seconds.East, along said Westerly R/
W line, for a distance of 149.76 feet to
the Point of Beginning.
Commence at a found 4x4 concrete
monument located at the Northeast
Corner of the West 3/4 of the South
1/2 of said Section 14 for the Point
of Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described: run South
84 degrees, 14 minutes, 14 seconds
West, along the North line of the West
3/4 of the South 1/2 of said Section
14, for a distance of 374.70 feet to
a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run South
05 degrees, 21 minutes, 47 seconds
West, for a distance of 796.73 feet to
a set '2" iron rod; thence run South
84 degrees, 38 minutes, 13 seconds
East, for a distance of 464.92 feet
to a set 1/2" iron rod Idcated on the
East line of the W 3/4 of S 1/2 of
said Section 14; thence run North
01 degrees, 01 minutes, 22 seconds
West, along said East line, for a
distance of 874.46 feet to the Point of
Beginning.
Commence at a found 4x4 concrete
monument located at the Northeast
Corner of the West 3/4 of the South
1/2 of said Section 14 and run South
84 degrees, 14 minutes, 14 seconds
West, along the North line of the West
3/4 of the
South 1/2 of said Section 14, for a
distance of 374.70 feet to a set 1/2"
iron rod for the Point of Beginning.
From said Point of Beginning thus
described: run South 05 degrees,
21 minutes, 47 seconds West for a
distance of 796.73 feet to a set 1/2"
iron rod; thence continue South 05
degrees, 21 minutes, 47 seconds
West, for a distance of 185.79 feet;
thence run North 84 degrees, 38
minutes, 13 seconds West, for a
distance of 332.29 feet to a set iron
rod located on the Easterly R/W line
of NE 209th Avenue (40' R/W as
maintained-paved); thence run North
02 degrees, 02 minutes 18 seconds
East, along said Easterly R/W line, for
a distance of 209.07 feet to a set 1/2"
iron rod located at the SW Corner of a
parcel of land described and recorded
in ORB 49, Page 171, of the Public
Records of said County (hereinafter
referred to
as said parcel); thence run South 84
degrees, 38 .minutes, 13 seconds
East, for a distance of 208.72 feet
to a found V2" iron pipe located at
the SE Corner of said parcel; thence
run North 05 degrees, 21 minutes,
47 seconds East, for a distance
of 417.44 feet to a set '/2" iron rod
located at the NE Corner of said
parcel; thence run North 84 degrees,
38 minutes, 13 seconds West, for a
distance of 208.72 feet to a set W2"


iron rod located on said Easterly R/W
line of NE 209th Avenue and being
the NW Corner of said parcel; thence
run North 05 degrees, 21 minutes,
47 seconds East, along said Easterly
R/W line for a distance of 288.63
feet to a set 1/2" iron rod located on
the North line of W 3/4 of S 1/2 for a
distance of 351.02 feet to the Point of
Beginning. Commence at a found 4x4
concrete monument located at the
Northeast Corner of the West 3/4 of
.the South 1/2 of said Section 14 and
run South 01 degrees, 01 minutes,
22 seconds East, along the East
line of the W 3/4 of the S /2 of said
Section 14, for a distance of 874.46
feet to a found 2" iron rod located
at the Southeast Corner of a parcel
described and recorded in Official


Records Book 250, Page 401-403,
of the public records of said County
for the Point of Beginning. From the
Point of Beginning thus described:
continue South 01 degrees, 01
minutes, 22 seconds East, along
said East line of W 3/4 of S 1/2,
for a distance of 68.64 feet to a set
1/2" iron rod; thence run South 75
degrees, 25 minutes, 01 seconds
West, for a distance of 117.8.2 feet to
a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run South
77 degrees, 37 minutes, 48 seconds
West, for a distance of 282.69 feet to
a set /2" iron rod; thence run South
81 degrees, 44 minutes, 00 seconds
West, for a distance of 302.21 feet to
a set 1/2" iron rod; thence run South
73 degrees, 26 minutes, 34 seconds
West, for a distance of 133.23 feet
to a set '/2" iron rod located on the
Easterly R/W line of NE 209th Avenue
(40' R/W as maintained-paved);
thence run North 02 degrees, 02
minutes, 18 seconds East, along said
R/W line, for a distance of 129.90
feet to a found 1/2" iron rod located
at the Southwest Corner of a parcel
of land described and recorded in
ORB 251, Page 49-50, of the public
records of said County (hereinafter
referred to as said parcel); thence
run South 84 degrees, 38 minutes, 13
seconds East, along the South line of
said parcel, for a distance of 332.29
feet to a found 1/2" iron rod located at
the Southeast Corner of said parcel;
thence run North 05 degrees, 21
minutes, 47 seconds East, along the
East line of said parcel, for a distance
of 185.79 feet to a found '2" iron rod
located at the Southwest Corner
of said Official Records Book 250,
Pages 401-403; thence run South
84 degrees, 38 minutes, 13 seconds
East, along the South line of said
Official Records Book 250, Pages
401-403, for a distance of 464.92 feet
to the Point of Beginning. ALSO LESS
AND EXCEPT road right-of-way.
PARCEL (" SOUTH")
A parcel of land, lying, being and
situate in Section 23, Township 5
South, Range 20 East, Union County,
Florida, being more particularly
described as follows: Commence at
a found 4 inch concrete monument
(not labeled) at the Northeast Corner
of Northwest 1/4 of Northeast 1/4
of said Section 23, for the POINT
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land: Thence
run South 01 degrees, 31 minutes,
26 seconds East, along the East
line of the West 1/2 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 23, a distance of
1371.92 feet to a found 1/2 inch iron
pipe (not labeled) at the Northeast
Corner of lands described in official
Records Book 15, Page 379, Public
Records Of Union County, Florida;
thence run South 59 degrees, 34
minutes, 36 seconds West, along
the Northerly line of said lands, and
along the Northerly line of lands
described in Official Records Book
17, Page 115, Public Records of said
county, a distance of 313.72 feet to a
found 5/8 inch iron rod (not labeled)
also being the Northeast corner of
lands described in Official Records
Book 56, Page 664, Public Records
of said county; thence run South 42
degrees, 33 minutes, 57 seconds
West, along the Northerly line of said
lands, a distance of 95.42 feet to a
found 1/2 inch iron rod (not labeled)
also being the Northeast corner of
lands described in Official Records
Bock 11, Page 601, Public Records
of said county; thence run South 76
degrees, 04 minutes, 44 seconds
West, along the Northerly line of said
lands, a distance: of 217.43 feet to a
found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not labeled)
also being the Southeast corner of.
lands described in Official Records
Book 18, Page ,498, Public Records'
of said county; thence North 12-
degrees, 05 minutes, 34 seconds
West, along the Easterly line of said
lands, a distance of 104.89 feet to a
set 5/8 inch iron rod (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) also being the Northeast
corner of said lands; thence run South
77 degrees, 30 minutes, 57 seconds
West, along the Northerly line of said
lands, a distance of 1.28 feet to ga
set 5/8 inch iron rod (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) at the Southeast corner of
lands described in Official Records
Book 20, Page 129, Public Records
of said county; thence run North 12
degrees, 23 minutes, 14 seconds
West, along the Easterly line of said
lands, a distance of 208.48 feet to a
found 5/ 8 inch iron rod (not labeled)
also being the Southeast corner of
lands described in Official Records
Book 91, Page 683, Public Records
of said county; thence run North 12
degrees, 16 minutes, 56 seconds
West, along the Easterly line of said
lands, a distance of 208.24 feet to a
found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not labeled)
also being the Northeast corner of
said lands; thence run South 77'
degrees; 38 minutes, 05 seconds
West, along the Northerly line of
said lands, a distance of 227.00 feet
to a set nail and disk (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) at the intersection with the
approximate centerline of a county
maintained paved road (also known
as "Sinclair Bryan Road"), said point
hereinafter referred to as Reference
Point "A"); thence run North 08
degrees, 24 minutes, 55 seconds
West,' along said approximate
centerline, a distance of 286.27 feet
to a set nail and disk (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) at the Southwest corner of
lands described in Official Records
Book 21, Page 168, Public Records
of said county, said point hereinafter
referred to as Reference Point "B";
thence run North 87 degrees, 25
minutes, 23 seconds East, along the
South line of said lands, a distance of
208.66 feet to a found t/2 inch iron
rod (labeled: LB 4012) also being
the Southeast corner of said lands;
thence run North 06 degrees, 34
minutes, 57 seconds West, along the
East line of said lands, a distance of
208.72 feet to a found 1/2 inch iron
rod (labeled: LB 4012) also being the
Northeast corner of said lands; thence
run South 87 degrees, 24 minutes, 58
seconds West, along the North line
of said lands, a distance of 208.72
feet to a found nail and disk (labeled:
PLS 5098) at the intersection with the


aforesaid approximate centerline of a
county maintained paved road (also
known as "Sinclair Bryan Road"), also
being the Northeast corner of lands
described in Official Records Book
16, Page 100, Public Records of said
county; thence run
South*87 degrees, 24 minutes 19
seconds West, along the North line of
said lands, a distance of 209.95 feet
to a found V2 inch iron rod (labeled:
PLS 5098) also being the Northeast
corner of lands described in Official
Records Book 23, Page 419, Public
Records of said county; thence run
South 87 degrees, 23 minutes, 08
seconds West, along the North line of
said lands, a distance of 208.82 feet
to a found 1/2 inch iron rod (labeled:
PLS 5098) also being the -Northwest
corner of said lands; thence run
South 06 degrees, 38 minutes, 19


seconds East, along the West line of
said lands, a distance of 208.61 feet
to a found 1/2 inch iron rod (labeled:
PLS 5098) also being the Southwest
corner of said lands, and inte ,.-ung
with the North Line of lands described
in Official Records Book 60, Page
697, Public Records of said county;
thence run South 88 degrees, 16
minutes, 33 seconds, West, along the
North line of said lands, a distance of
152.79 feet to a found 1/2 inch iron
pipe (not labeled) at the intersection
with the East line of lands described in
Official Records Book 21, Page 505,
Public Records of said county; thence
run North 08 degrees, 26 minutes, 09
seconds West, along said East line, a
distance of 85.98 feet to a found 1/2
inch iron pipe (not labeled) also being
the Northeast corner of said lands;
thence run South 73 degrees, 13
minutes, 24 seconds West, along the
North line of said lands, a distance
of 305.36 feet to a found 1/2 inch
iron pipe (not labeled) also being the
Northeast corner of lands described
in Official Records Book 23, Page 11,
Public Records of said county; thence
run South 83 degrees, 04 minutes, 44
seconds West, along the North line
of said lands, a distance of 409.21
feet to a found 5/8 inch iron rod (not
labeled) also being the Northwest
corner of said lands; thence run
South 07 degrees, 33 minutes, 20
seconds East, along the West line
of said lands, a distance of 213.08
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Southwest
corner of said lands; thence run
North 83 degrees, 04 minutes, 44
seconds East, along the South line
of said lands, a distance of 409.00
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Northwest
corner of lands described in OfficiaL.
Records Book 22, Page 233, Public
Records of said county; thence run
South 10 degrees, 39 minutes, 30
seconds East, along the West line
of said lands, a distance of 216.07
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Southwest
corner of said lands; thence run North
87 degrees, 20 minutes, 09 seconds
East, along the South line of said
lands, a distance of 298.56 feet to a
set 5/8 inch iron rod (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) also being the Southeast
corner of said lands; thence run North
08 degrees, 24 minutes, 52 seconds
West, along the East line of said
lands, a distance of 251.64 feet to a
set 5/8 inch iron rod (labeled: SSM LB
6995) at the Northeast corner of said
lands; thence run South 89 degrees,
38 minutes, 06 seconds East, along
the South line of the aforesaid lands
described in Official Records Book
60, Page 697, a distance of 19.75
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled); thence run North
87 degrees, 03 minutes, 59 seconds
East, continuing along said South
line, a distance of 551.26 feet to a
set nail and disk (labeled: SSM LB
6995) at the intersection with the
aforesaid approximate centerline of a
county maintained paved road (also
known as "Sinclair Bryan Road, R/W
is prescriptive), said point also being
on a line running from the aforesaid
Reference Point "A" to the aforesaid
Reference Point "B"; thence run
South 08 degrees, 24 minutes, 55
seconds East, along said approximate
centerline, a distance: of 125.23 feetto
said nail and disk at Reference Point
"A"; thence run South 11 degrees, 50
minutes, 26 seconds East, continuing
along said approximate centerline, a
distance of 133.32 feet to a set nail
and disk (labeled:
SSM LB 6995) at the intersection with
the Easterly extension of the North
line of lands described in Official
Records Book 16, Page 497, Public
Records of said county; thence run
South 80 degrees, 23 minutes, 50
seconds West, along said extension,
and along the North line of said lands,
a distance of 2'8.37 feet to a found
1/2 inch iron pipe (not labeled) also
being the Northeast corner of lands
described in Official Records Bock
21, Page 422, public Records of said
county; thence run South 80 degrees,
30 minutes, 25 seconds West,
along the North line of said, lands,
a distance of 208.41,feet to a found
1/2 inch iron pipe (not labeled) at the
intersection with the East line of lands
described in Official Records Book
27, Page 667, Public Records of said
county; thence run North 13 degrees,
11 minutes, 48 seconds West, along
the East line of said lands, a distance
of 35.06 feet to a found 1/2 iron pipe
(not labeled) also being the Northeast
corner of said lands; thence run
South 80 degrees, 21 minutes, 19
seconds West, along the North line
of said lands,, a distance of 447.57
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Northwest
corner of said lands; thence run
South 12 degrees, 20 minutes, 19
seconds East, along the West line
of said lands, a distance of 243.32
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Southwest
corner of said lands; thence run North
80 degrees, 08 minutes, 13 seconds
East, along the South line of said
lands, a distance of 447.98 feet to a
found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not labeled)
also being the Southwest corner
of the af6resaid lands described in
Official Records Book 21, Page 422,
Public Records of said county; thence
run North 81 degrees, 05 minutes, 17
seconds East, along the South line
of said lands, a distance of 208.72
feet to a found 1/2 inch iron pipe (not
labeled) also being the Southwest
corner of said lands described in
Official Records Book 16, Page 497,
Public Records of said county; thence
continue running North 81 degrees,
05 minutes, 17 seconds East, along
the South line of said lands, and
along the Easterly extension said
South line, a distance of 219.55 feet
to a set nail and disk (labeled: SSM
LB 6995) at the intersection with the
aforesaid approximate centerline of a
countymaintained paved road (also
known as "Sinclair Bryan Road", R/W
is prescriptive); thence run South 12
degrees, 46 minutes, 02 seconds East,
along said approximate centerline, a
distance: of 542.80 feet to a set nail
and disk (labeled: SSM LB 6995) at
the intersection with the North line


of South 1/4 of North 1/2 of Section
23; thence run South 84 degrees, 49
minutes, 14 seconds West, along said
North line, and along the North line of
lands described in Official Records
Book 62, Page 324, and along the
North line of lands described in
Official Records Book 233, Page
271, Public Records of said county,
a distance of 1936.56 feet to a found
5/8 inch iron rod (not labeled) also
being the Southwest corner of North
1/2 of Southeast /4of Northwest 1/4
of said Section 23; thence run North
01 degree, 07 minutes, 15 seconds
West, along the East line of West
1/4 of said Section 23, a distance
of 1965.19 feet to a found 4 inch
square concrete monument (broken,
not labeled) also being the Northeast


corner of said West 1/4 of Section
23; thence run North 84 degrees,
08 minutes, 51 seconds East, along
the North line of said Section 23, a
distance of 2630.76 feet to the Point
of Beginning. SUBJECT TO the right-
of-way of a county maintained paved
road, also known as "Sinclair Bryan
Road", over, across, and along the
above described lands.
ALSO SUBJECT TO the right-of-way
of a private dirt road currently known
as Northeast 121st Way.
(PARCEL "B")
A parcel of land, lying, being and
situate in Section 6, Township 5
South, Range 19 East, Union County,
Florida, more particularly described
as follows:
COMMENCE at the Northeast corner
of the Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of said Section 6, for the POINT
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land: Thence
run South 01 degree, 43 minutes, 46
seconds East, along the East line of
said Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4 of Section 6, a distance of 1125.11
feet to the intersection with the
approximate centerline of a County
Maintained Graded Road (NW 99
Ave); thence run South 43 degrees, 03
minutes, 52 seconds West, along said
approximate centerline, a distance of
321.03 feet to the intersection with
the South line of said Southeast 1/4
of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 6;
thence run South 88 degrees, 28
minutes, 39 seconds West, along said
South line of the Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 6, a distance
of 1095.64 feet to .the Southwest
corner of said Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 6; thence
run South 88 degrees, 53 minutes, 37
seconds West, along the South line of
the Southwest 1/4 of said Northeast
1/4 of Section 6, a distance: of 392.22
feet to the intersection with the
approximate centerline of a County
Maintained Paved Road (NW 106
Lool; thence run North 39 degrees,
29 Minutes, 05 seconds West,
along said approximate centerline,
a distance of 935.86 feet; thence
run North 32 degrees, 19 minutes,
37 seconds West, continuing along
said approximate centerline, a
distance of 130.29 feet; thence run
North 24 degrees, 37 minutes, 49
seconds West, continuing along
said approximate centerline, a
distance of 161.23 feet; thence run
North 19 degrees, 24 minutes, 27
seconds West, continuing along said
approximate centerline, a distance of
364.98 feet to the intersection with
the North line of said Southwest 14 of
the Northeast 1/4 of Section 6; thence
run North 88 degrees, 21 minutes, 02
seconds East, along said North Line
of the Southwest 1/4 of Northeast 1/4
of Section 6, a distance of 1204.51
feet to the Northwest corner of
the aforesaid Southeast 1/4 of the
Northeast 1/4 of Section 6; thence
run North 88 degrees, 21 minutes, 20
seconds East, along the North line of
said Southeast 1/ of the Northeast 1/4
of Section 6, a distance of 1322.41
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING.
SUBJECT TO the right-of-way of a
county'maintained paved road (NW
106 Loop), over, across, and along
the Westerly boundary thereof. ALSO
SUBJECT TO the right-of-way of a
county maintained graded road (NW
99 Ave), over, across and along the
Southeasterly boundary thereof.
ALSO SUBJECT TO an electric'
power transmission easement over,
across and through the Northeasterly
one half thereof.
The Southeast 1/4 of Northeast
1/4, the Northeast 1/4 of Southwest
1/4, the North 1/2 of Southeast 1/4
of Southwest 1/4, the South 1/2 of
Southeast 1/4 of Southwest 1/4,
and the Southeast 1/4, Section 33,
Township 4 South, Range 19 East;
also, the Southwest of Southwest
1/4 of Section 34, Township 4 South,
Range 19 East; also, the Northwest
1/4 of Northwest 1/4 of Section 3,
Township 5 South,. Range 19 East;
also, the Northeast 1/4 of Northwest
1/4, the Southeast 1/4 of.
Northwest 1/4, the North 1/2 of North
west 1/4 of Northeast 1/4, the South
1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of Northeast
1/4, the Northeast 1/4 of Northeast
1/4, and the South 1/2 of Northeast
1/4, Section 4, Township 5 South,
Range 19, Union County, Florida,
being more particularly described
as follows: COMMENCE at a found
4 inch square concrete monument
(monument is labeled: L.L. Lee, set by
Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc., on or
about November 17, 1969, replacing
a light wood post recovered or placed
by Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or around
1917) at the
Southwest corner of said Section 33,
Township 4 South, Range 19 East,
and run North 89 degrees, 16 minutes,
57 seconds East a distance of
1292.92 feet to a found 4 inch square
concrete monument (monument
label is not readable, set by Wattles
Lee & Associates, Inc., on or about
November 17, 1969, replacing a light
wood post recovered or placed by Ellis,
Curtis & Kooker in or around 1917),
and the POINT OF BEGINNING of.
the hereinafter described parcel of
land: Thence run North 00 degrees,
54 minutes, 49 seconds West, a
distance of 2684.50 feet to a found
4 inch square concrete monument
(monument label is missing, set
by Wattles-Lee & AssociateS, Inc.,
on or about November 25, 1969,
replacing a light wood post recovered
or placed by Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in
or around 1917); thence run North
89 degrees, 16 minutes, 25 seconds
East, a distance of 1396.60 feet to
a found 6 inch square light wood
post (not labeled, set or found by
Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or around
1917, and found by WattlesWattles-
Lee & Associates, Inc., on or about
November 25, 1969); thence run
North 88 degrees, 14 minutes, 34
seconds East, a distance of 1313.22
feet to a found 4 inch square concrete
monument (monument is broken,
label not recovered, set by set by
Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc., on or
about November 25, 1969); thence
run North 03 degrees, 34 minutes,
20 seconds West, a distance of
1318.10 feet to a found 4 inch


square concrete monument (labeled:
Wattles, Lee & Assoc., set by Wattles-
Lee & Associates, Inc., in or about
November 25, 1969, replacing a light
wood post recovered or placed by
Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or around
1917); thence run North 88 degrees,
41 minutes, 41 seconds East, a
distance: of 1420.34 feet to a found
4 inch square concrete monument'
(labeled: Wattles, Lee & Assoc., set
by Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc.,
in or about November 25, 1969,
replacing a light wood popt recovered
or placed by Ellis, Curtis,4 Kooker in
or around 1917); thenc6'run South
01 degree, 06 minutes, 23 seconds'
West, a distance of 1307.86 feet
to a found 4 inch square concrete
monument (labeled: B.R. Wattles,
Lake City, FL., RLS 1443, set by


Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc., on or
about November 25,1969) at the East
1/4 corner of said Section 33; thence
run South 01 degree, 07 minutes 03
seconds West a distance of 1311.73
feet to a found 4 inch square concrete
monument (monument is broken, label
not recovered, set by Wattles-Lee &
Associates, on, or about November
25, 1969, replacing a light wood post
recovered or placed by Ellis, Curtis
& Kooker in or around 1917); thence
run North 89 degrees 33 minutes 05
seconds East a distance of 1208.64
feet to a found 4 inch square concrete
monument (labeled: B.R. Wattles,
Lake City, FL., RLS 1443, set by
Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc., on or
about November 25, 1969, -replacing
a light wood post recovered or placed
by Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or around
1917); thence run South 09 degrees,
13 minutes, 13 seconds East, a
distance of 1269.28 feet to a found
4 inch square concrete monument .
(labeled: B.R. Wattles, Lake City,
FL., RLS 1443, set by Wattles-
Lee & Associates, Inc., on or about
November 14, 1969, replacing a light :-
wood post recovered or placed by
Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or around
1917); thence run South 01 degree,
40 minutes, 33 seconds East, a
distance of 1432.43 feet to a found
4 inch square concrete monument
(label not recovered, set
by Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc., on ,
or about November 14, 1969); thence
run South 88 degrees, 48 minutes,
36 seconds West, a distance of.
1314.95 feet to a found 6 inch square
light wood post (not labeled, set or
found by Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in or
around 1917 and found by Wattles-
Lee & Associates, Inc., on or about
November 14, 1969); thence run
South 01 degree, 31 minutes, 25 -,
seconds East, a distance.of 1357.07
feet to a found 4 inch square concrete
monument (label not recovered, set .
by Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc.,
replacing a found light wood post and
an accepted local corner, on or about
November 14, 1969) at the Ehst
1/4 corner of the aforesaid Section
4; thence run South 89 degrees,
45 minutes, 16 seconds West, a :
distance of 4021.26 feet to a found
4 inch square concrete monument
(monument label is not readable, set
by Wattles-Lee & Associates, Inc.,
on or about November 17, 1969,
replacing a Light wood post recovered
or placed by Ellis, Curtis & Kooker in
or around 1917); thence run North :
02 degrees, 21 minutes, 35 seconds
West, a distance of 2607.64 feet.to :
the POINT OF BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPT road right-of-
way.
(PARCEL "1")
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast
1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of Section 12,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as.
follows: Commence at a. concrete
monument located at,the Southeast
corner of said Section 12 for the Point
of Beginning and run North 01 degree,
39 minutes, 32 seconds West, along
the Easterly boundary thereof 286.64
feet to a found iron rod (# 2451);
thence North 01 degrees, 39 minutes,
06 seconds West, along said Easterly
boundary, 618.18 feet to a found 1/2"
iron rod (#2457); thence North 87
degrees, 55 minutes, 15 seconds
West, 664.01 feet to 2 a set iron rod
(LB 4012) located at the Southwest
corner of the North 345 feet of thWe
Northeast 1/4 of said Southeast 1/4
of Southeast 1/4; thence North 01
degree, 39 minutes, 33 seconds Z
West, along the Westerly boundary
of said North 345 feet, a distance
of 170.26 feet to a set iron rod (LB
4012); thence South 85 degrees, 10
minutes, 09 seconds West, 100.15
feet to a set iron rod (LB 4012); thence
North 01 degree, 39 minutes, 33-.
seconds West, 175.27 feet to an iron
rod set on the Northerly boundary of
said Southeast 1/4 of said Southeast
1/4 of Southeast 1/4; thence South
85 degrees, 10 minutes, 09 seconds
West, along said Northerly boundary,
563.90 feet to a concrete monument
found at the Northwest corner of
said Southeast 1/4 of Southeast 1/4;
thence South 01 degree, 40 minutes,
22 seconds
East, along the Westerly boundary
thereof, 1317.45 feet to a concrete
monument located at the Southwest
corner of said Southeast 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4; thence North 85
degrees, 13 minutes, 05 seconds
East, along the Southerly boundary
thereof 1327.21 feet to the POINT OF
BEGINNING.
EXCEPTING therefrom the right-of-
way of a graded road on the North
side.
(PARCEL "2")
North 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 in
Section 13, Township 5 South, Range
20 East.
(PARCEL "3")
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast
1/4 of Northeast 1/4 of Section 13,
Township 5 South, Range 20 East,
Union County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at a concrete
monument located at the Northwest
corner of the Northeast 1/4 of said
Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4
for the Point of Beginning and run
South 01 degree, 29 minutes, 46
seconds East, along the Westerly -
boundary thereof, 664.02 feet to a
concrete monument found at the
Southwest' corner of said Northeast
1/4 of Southeast 1/4 of the Northeast
1/4; thence North 85 degrees, 13
minutes, 13 seconds East, along the
Southerly boundary thereof, 661.78
feet to a concrete monument found
at the Southeast corner thereof;
thence North 01 degree, 26 minutes,
53 seconds West, along the Easterly
boundary of said Southeast 1/4 of
the Northeast 1/4, a distance of
243.79 feet to a found iron rod (#
5500); thence South 84 degrees, 41
minutes, 11 seconds West, 420.99
feet to a found iron pipe; thence North
01 degree, 37 minutes, 58 seconds
West, 424.22 feet to an iron rod (LB
4012) set on the Northerly boundary
of said Southeast 1/4 of the Northeasl


1/4; thence South 85 degrees, 11
minutes, 52 seconds West, along
said Northerly boundary, 240.23 feet
to-the Point of Beginning.
(PARCEL 4")
A parcel of land lying in Sections 7
and 18 of Township 5 South, Range
21 East, Union County, Florida,
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a concrete monument
found at the Southwest corner of
said Section 7 (Northwest corner of
Section 18) for the Point of Beginning
and run North 01 degree, 39 minutes,
32 seconds West, along the Westerly
boundary thereof 286.64 feet to a
found iron rod (# 2457); thence North
88 degrees, 32 minutes, 39 seconds,
East, 1316.66 feet to a set iron rod

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UNION COUNTY TIfMES IURLA.;;, Ii'. 2, 2 9A


4-H
Continued from Page 6A

disciple teams. The UC 4-H team
'finished eighth to include: Case
Emerson, Mitchell Cribbs, Witt
Thomas and Serena Roberts.
In July of 2012, six 4H'ers
and spent the day learning about
aquatic habit and wildlife. They
gathered samples of both aquatic
plants and animals to study.
Learning the interaction between
the different species and habits
enhanced their understanding of
the natural world.
Forty-two 4H'ers had the
pleasure of learning science in
a new and exciting way. They
explored the big 10 standard of
make a liquid into a solid using
a chemical reaction and physical
properties.
Thirty-one UC 4H'ers
attended Camp Cherry Lake for
a week of exciting adventures
and new experiences. The annual
pilgrimage to Camp Cherry Lake
along with Hamilton, Gilchrest,
Lafayette, and Suwannee
counties enable the youth to meet
and share ideas from another


Homecoming
Continued from Page 5A

then attend the police academy
to become a Florida Wildlife
Commission game warden.
Thornton, 17, is the son of
Nathan and Tonya Thornton of
Raiford. He is member of the
football team, football leadership
team, weightlifting team, the
gifted program and bass fishes
competitively. Thornton plans
to attend college for pre-law and
major in business and possibly
study abroad. He would like to
become an attorney one day and
start his own firm.
Worth, 18, is the son of Gary
and Khandice Worth of Lacrosse.
He 'is a member of the Beta
Club, Fellowship of Christian
Athletes, the football team and
American Students Bettering
Communities. He attends First
United Methodist Church of
Starke where he is active in the
Youth Group. Worth plans to
attend Florida Gateway College
and Florida State University


point of view, expanding their
worldly knowledge. Life skills
and environmental issues are
explored; shared and challenged
in a positive environment as
to allow the youth to express
their ideas based our their own
interest, attitude and values.
In August tf 2012, Two-
hundred and seventy-five people
attended the annual UC 4-H
Foundation Inc. benefit auction/
supper. With over 100 items
donated by supporters and a
fine meal prepared by Jerry
Whitehead, Paul Water, Steve
Godwin, Carolyn Parrish, Janice
Alvarez and the 4-H families,
they raised over $5,000.00 for
the 4-H youth programs.
4H'er Noah "Radar" Wright
completed the 4-H Hog and Ham
project. This is a pen to plate
project.
Coody said that the biggest
achievements of the in UC 4-H
were during this past year were:
LBES was one of four
in the state to test the project
green program. This is an
environmental basic education
programs provide at no cost.
Florida State Project
Learning Tree (PLT) teacher of
the year was Rebecca Wolfson.

to major in Criminal Justice.
He plans to be employed 'with
the F.B.I. and an officer in the
Marine Corp.
The senior sponsors are: Alan
Michael Burch, Lesley Marie
Barnes, Jordyn Macy Bennett
and Chaton Lane Croft.
Burch, 18, is ,the son of Debra
Burch and Robert Burch of Lake
Butler. He is a member of Future
Farmers of America, American
Students Bettering Communities
and is the varsity football team
manager. Burch plans to get
a degree in architecture and a
minor in archeology,
Barnes, 17, is the daughter
of Shawn and Amy Miller of
Worthington Springs. She has
been a member of the Tiger
Marching Band for six years
.and currently serves as the band
captain. Barnes is dual-enrolled
at Florida Gateway College
pursuing her Nursing degree.
She plans to attend Florida State
University to get her Doctorate
degree in\psychology with a
minor in music therapy.
Bennett, 17, is the daughter
of John Bennett of Lake Butler


4-H provided LBES with
PLT in-service training for 32
teachers. Case Emerson, 4-H
shooting sports club member
presented and demonstrated
hands on project and activities.
National shooting sport team
competing in Nationals for the
first time in the history of Union
County. ,
The shooting sport team
qualifying for the National Youth
hunter Education Challenge.
Displaying and presenting
cooking project at the UC Farm/
City week celebration.
The 4-H clover emblem
symbolizes four actions,
which 4-H members try to
accomplish. The four H's
stand for head, hands, heart
and health, as it is in the
pledge: I pledge my head to
clearer thinking, my heart to
greater loyalty, my hands to
larger service, my health to
better living, for my club, my
community, my country, and
my world.


and Chad and Sheila Thornton
of Starke. She is a member of
Future Farmers of America,
Support a Soldier Association
and hunts for fun. Bennett
plans to attend the University
of Florida to earn a degree in
wildlife biology specializing in
animal fertility.
Croft, 17, is the son of Willie
and Lara Croft of Lake Butler.
He is a member of Future
Farmers of America, Students
Working Against Tobacco, the
weightlifting team and works
as the AG department farm
manager. Croft plans to attend
Florida Gateway College and
work for the Florida Wildlife
Commission.
The homecoming parade will
begin Friday, Oct. 12, at noon at
Sprinkle Field. The UC Tigers
will play P.K. Yonge Friday
evening after the inauguration
ceremony for the 2012 inductees
into the UC Hall of Fame at 7
p.m.
(Thank you to Linda Norcross
for providing all Homecoming
bios.)


UC Promise

Keepers

BY TED BARBER
Special to the Times
I recall coming to one of the
first meetings of the Union
County Promise Keepers
thinking who would want to
get up each Friday morning to
have breakfast and pray to the
good Lord at 6:00 a.m. That
was 25 years, ago and now it is
a pleasure to meet with fellow
Promise Keepers and even to
prepare a breakfast for about a
dozen men. The camaraderie
and joy of gathering with like-
minded men that want to please
the Lord is worth the effort.
Promise Keepers is a non-
denominational group of
Christian men that began in
Denver, Colorado many years
ago. Now all over the world
small groups of men gather to
pray together and to support
each other. Every so often there
are mass gatherings in football
stadiums all around the country.
Promises include keeping the


Lord first in our lives, supporting
our families, friends and our
preachers. The weekly meetings
have a simple format.where we
socialize for a few minutes prior
to breakfast, made on rotational
bases, by our members. Then we
have a commentary about a Bible
lesson followed by voluntary
individual prayer (going around.
the table).
If any Christian men would


like to join this group, we meet
at 6:00 a.m. in the kitchen of
the First Christian Church each
Friday morning except the last
Friday of each month. On the
last Friday we meet at the Lake
Butler Hospital (Willows Cafe).
All are welcome to join.
The Union County Promise
Keepers have been active now
for a quarter of a century.


The Union County Promise Keepers have been active
now for a quarter of a century. Standing is Tom Spires then
seated (I-r) Don McDermott, Preacher Art Pkterson, Gerald
Couts, Pastor Scott Fisher, Martie Touchstone Ed Noegel,
George W. Green (blocked from view) and Irvin Smith. Picture
taken by Ted Barber.


LEGALS
Continued from 8A

(LB 4012); thence North 01 degree,
40 minutes, 01 second West, 445.49
feet to an iron rod set on the Southerly
boundary of the right of way of NE
149th Street (Airline Special Road)
said Southerly boundary being on a
curve concave to the North andhaving
a radius of 3825.33 feet; thence
Southeasterly, -along said Southerly
boundary and along the-arc of said
curve, 341.20 feet as measured along
chord having a bearing of South 85
degrees, 48 minutes, 16 seconds
East, to a concrete monument located
at the end of said curve; thence South
88 degrees, 22 minutes, 12 seconds
East, along said Southerly boundary,
953.22 feet to an iron rod (LB 4012)
set at an intersection of said Southerly
boundary with the Westerly boundary
of the right of way of County Road
229; thence South 01 degree, 59
minutes, 49 seconds East; along said
Westerly boundary, 299.16 feet to a
set iron rod; thence South 87 degrees,
57 minutes, 32 seconds West, along
an existing fence line and a boundary
agreement line, 619.90 feet to a set
iron rod (LB 4012); thence South 01
degree, 36 minutes, 33 seconds East,
1384.10 fact to a concrete monument
found on the Northerly boundary of
the right of way of Raulerson Road;
thence South 88 degrees, 31 minutes,
29 seconds West, along last said
Northerly boundary, 1988.95 feet to
a found concrete monument located'
on the Westerly boundary of said'
Section 18; thence North 01 degree,
37 minutes, 34 seconds West, along'
said Westerly boundary 1043.04 feet
to the Point of Beginning. LESS AND
EXCEPT road right-of-way.
ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT (PARCEL
"A")
A Parcel of land lying in the Southeast
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section
7, Township 5 South, Range 21 East,
Union County, Florida; said parcel
being more particularly described as
follows: Commence at the intersection
of the South line of said Section 7 as
shown on the Florida Department of
Transportation R/W Map (No. 3951-
150) of County Roads 229 with the
Westerly R/W line of County Road
'29 (100' R/W) and run North 02
degrees, 03 minutes, 02 seconds
West, along the Westerly R/W line
.of County Road 229, for a distance
of 68.92 feet to a found 2" iron rod
locate on a Boundary Line Agreement
as recorded in Official Records Book
161, Pages 30-32, of the public
records of said County; thence run
South 87 degrees, 55 minutes, 57
seconds West, long said Boundary
Line Agreement and a Westerly
prolongation thereof, for a distance of
687.45 feet to a set /2" iron rod for the
Point of Beginning. From the Point of
Beginning thus described: continue
South 87 degrees, 55 minutes, 57
seconds West, for a distance of
"605.48 feet to a set V" iron rod locate
on the West line of SE 1/4 of SW 1/4
of said Section 7 as monumented;
thence run North 01 degrees, 41
minutes, 14 seconds West, along
said monumented line, for a distance
of 397.11 feet to a found W2" iron
rod locate in the Southerly R/W line
of NE 149th Street (Airline Special
Road) (80'.R/W) and being in a curve
concave to the North and having
a radius of 3825.33 feet; thence


run in a Southerly direction along
said Southerly R/W lone and along
the arc of said curve as measured
along a chord having a bearing of
South 85 degrees, 51 minutes, 00
seconds East for a chord distance of
341.12 feet to a found 4"x4" concrete
monument located at the end of said
curve; thence run South 88 degrees,
24 minutes, 19 seconds East, along
said Southerly R/W line, for a distance
of 264.38 feet to a set 2" iron rod;
thence run South 02 degrees, 03
minutes, 02 seconds East, parallel
with the Westerly R/W line of said
'County Road 229, for a distance of
343.27 feet to the Point of Beginning.
ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT
(PARCEL "B")
A parcel of land lying in the Southeast
*1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section
7, Township 5 South, Rarige 21 East,
-Union County, Florida; said parcel
(being more particularly described
as follows: Commence at the
intersection of the South line of said
Section 7 as shown on the Florida
Department of Transportation R/W
Map (No. 3951-150) of County Road
229 with the Westerly R/W line of
County Road 229. (100' R/W) and
run North 02 degrees, 03 minutes,
02 seconds West, along the Westerly
R/W line of County Road 229, for a
distance of 68.92 feet to a found V2"
iron rod located on a Boundary Line
Agreement as recorded in Official
Records Book 161,'Pages 30-32
of the public records of said County
for the Point of Beginning. Form the
Point of Beginning thus described:
run South 87 degrees, 55 minutes, 57.
seconds West, along said Boundary
Line Agreement and a Westerly
prolongation thereof, for a distance
of 687.45 feet to a set 1/2" iron'rod;
thence run North 02 degrees, 03
minutes, 02 seconds West, parallel
with said Westerly R/W line of County
Road 229, for a distance of 343.27
feet to a set 2" iron rod located on
the Southerly R/W line of NE 149th
Street (Airline Special Road) (80' R/
W); thence run South 88 degrees, 24
minutes, 19 seconds East, along'said
Southerly R/W line, for a distance of
688.84 feet to a found /2" iron rod
located on the Westerly R/W line of
County Road 229; thence run South
02 degrees, 03 minutes, 02 seconds
East, along said Westerly R/W line,
for a distance of 299.27 feet to the
SPoint of Beginning.
(PARCEL" 5")
A parcel of land lying in the Northwest
1/4 of Section 18, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East, Union County, Florida;
said parcel being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at a concrete monument.
located at the Northwest corner of
said Section 18 and run South 01
degree, 37 minutes, 34 seconds East,
along the Westerly boundary thereof,
1043.04 feet to a concrete monument
found on the Northerly boundary of
the right of way of Raulerson Road;
thence North 88 degrees, 31 minutes,
29 seconds East, along said Northerly
boundary, 1076.93 feet; thence South
03 degrees, 55 minutes, 18 seconds
East, 37.88 feet to an iron rod set
on the Southerly boundary of the
right of way of Raulerson Road for
the Point of Beginning. From Point
of Beginning thus described: run
North 88 degrees, 19 minutes, 45
seconds East, along said Southerly


boundary, 927.09 feet to a found 1"
iron pipe; thence South 03 degrees,
22 minutes, 07 seconds East, 206.65
feet to a found 1/2" iron pipe; thence
South 02 degrees, 10 minutes, 19
seconds West, 310.15 feet to a set
iron rod; thence North 86 degrees, 40
minutes, 09 seconds East, 232.85 feet
to a found angle iron; thence South
01 degree, 38 minutes, 47 seconds
East, 210.00 feet to a set iron rod;
thence North 83 degrees, 57 minutes,
33 seconds East, 411.58 feet to a
found 1/2" iron pipe; thence continue,
North 83 degrees, 57 minutes, 33
seconds East, 18.58 feet to an iron
rod set on the Easterly boundary of
said Northwest 1/4; thence South
01 degree, 38 minutes, 47 seconds
East, along said Easterly boundary,
659.51 feet to a set iron rod; thence
South 85 degrees, 55 minutes, 48
seconds West, 8.71 feet to a found
angle iron; thence continue South
85 degrees, 55 minutes, 48 seconds
West, 461.46 feet to a found 1/2" iron
pipe; thence South 87 degrees, 15
minutes, 35 seconds West, 717.45
feet to a found 3" pvc pipe filled with
corfnrete; thence South 85 degrees,
48 minutes, 10 seconds West, 150.20
feet to a found 3" pvc pipe filled 'ith
concrete; thence South 85 degrees,
48 minutes, 26 seconds West, 436.36
feet to an iron rod set in line with an
existing fence line; thence North 01
degree, 55 minutes, 39 seconds
West, along said fence line, 898.58
feet to an iron rod set in a fence
corner; thence North 88 degrees, 40
minutes, 02 seconds East, along an
existing fence, 223.35 feet to an iron
rod set in a fence corner; thence North
03 degrees, 55 minutes, 18 seconds
West, along an existing fence, 508.03
feet to the Point of Beginning.
(PARCEL" 6")
Commence at the Northeast Corner
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 18, Township 5 South,
Range 21 East and run West 187
feet to the Point of Beginning; thence
run West 275 feet; thence run South
approximately 444 feet to the North
line of SCL Railroad right-of-way;
thence run Northeasterly "along the
North line of said right-of-wayto a point
due South of the Point of Beginning;
thence run North approximately 225.5
feet to the Point of Beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT road right-of-
way.
PARCELL)
A parcel of land, lying, being and
situate in Section 33, Township 5
South, Range 18 East, Union County,
Florida, more particularly described
as follows:
Commence at the West 1/4 corner of
Section 33 and run North 89 degrees,,
18 minutes, 46 seconds East, along
the North line of the South 1/2 of said
Section 33, a distance of 1300.44
feet to the Northwest Corner of the
Northeast
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of said
Section 33, for the Point of Beginning
of the hereinafter described parcel
of land: Thence continue running
North 89 degrees, 18 minutes, 46
seconds East, continuing along said
North line of the South 1/2 of Section
33, a distance of 1800.44 feet to the
Northeast Corner of said Northeast
1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of Section
33; thence run South 00 degrees,
52 minutes, 08 seconds East, along
the East line of said Northeast 1/4


of the Southwest 1/4 of Section 33,
a distance of 31.36 feet; thence run
South 87 degrees, 33 minutes, 17
seconds West, a distance of 1180.50
-feet; thence run South 02 degrees, 07
minutes, 57 seconds West, a distance
of 1262.41 feet to the intersection
with the South line of the North 1/2
of aforesaid SoOth 1/2 of Section
33; thence run South 88 degrees,
53 minutes, 12 seconds West, along
said South line of the North 1/2 of the
South 1/2 of Section 33, a distance of
67.69 feet to the Southwest Corner of
said Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 33; thence run North
00 degrees, 17 minutes 27 seconds
West, along the West line of said
Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest 1/4 of
Section 33, a distance of 1328.99 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
LESS AND EXCEPT road right-of-
way.
North 1/2 and Northeast 1/4 of
Southeast 1/4 and North 1/2 of
Northwest 1/4 of Southeast 1/4;
Northwest 1/4 of Southwest 1/4
Except 2 acres in the Southwest
Corner of Northwest 1/4 of Southwest
1/4 of Section 33 and the South 1/2
of Southeast 1/4 of Section 28, all in
Township 5 South, Range 18 East,
Union County, Florida.
LESS AND EXCEPT the following
described parcels as per that certain
Quit Claim Deed, dated June 21,
2007, and recorded June 21, 2007, in
Official Records Book 248, Page 669,
and Quit Claim Deed dated November
9, 2007, recorded December 11,
2007, in Official Records Book 256,
Page 81, of the public records of
Union County, Florida, being more
particularly described as follows:
(PARCEL "A")
A parcel of land containing a total of
1.8 acres, more or less, lying, being
and situate in Section 33, Township 5
South, Range 18 East, Union County,
Florida, more particularly described
as follows:
Commence at the West 1/4 corner
of said Section 33, and run North 89
degrees 18 minutes 46 seconds East,
along the North line of the South 1/2
of said Section 33, a distance of
2600.88 feet to the Northeast corner
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of said Section 33; thence run
South 00 degrees 52 minutes 08
seconds East, along the East line of
said Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 of Section 33, a distance of 31.36
feet to the POINT OF BEGINNING
of the hereinafter described parcel of
land; thence run North 88 degrees 00
minutes 01 seconds East a distance
of 125.01 feet; thence run South 01
degrees 18 minutes 40 seconds
East a distance of 630.65 feet to the
intersection with the South line of
the North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4
of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section
33; thence run South 89 degrees
05 minutes 53 seconds West, along
said South line of the North 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4
of Section 33, a distance of 129.85
feet to the Southwest corner of said
North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 33; thence
run North 00 degrees 52 minutes 08
seconds West, along the aforesaid
East line of the Northeast /4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of Section 33, a
distance of 628.24 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
AND


(PARCEL" B")
A parcel of land containing a total of
1.8 acres, more or less, lying, being
and situate in Section 33, Township 5
South, Range 18 East, Union County,
Florida, more particularly described
as follows:
Commence at the West 1/4 corner
of said Section 33, and run North 89
degrees 18 minutes 46 seconds East,
along the North line of the South 1/2
of said Sedtion 33, a distance OF
3896.00 feet to the. Northeast corner
of the North 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4
of the Southeast 1/4 of said Section
33; thence run South 01 degrees
34 minutes 20 seconds East, along
the East line of said North 1/2 of the
Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of
Section 33, a distance of 654.79 feetto
the Northeast corner of the South 1/2
of the Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast
1/4 of Section 33 and to the POINT
OF BEGINNING of the hereinafter
described parcel of land; thence run
North 71' degrees 08 minutes 46
seconds East a distance of 149.78
feet; thence run South 03 degrees 00
minutes 02 seconds West a distance
of 702.22 feet to the intersection
with the South line of the North 1/2
of the aforesaid South 1/2 of Section
33; thence run South 88 degrees 53
minutes 09 seconds West, along said
South line of the North 1/2 of the South
1/2 of Section 33, a distance of 87.04
feet to the Southeast corner of said
South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southeast 1/4 of Section 33; thence
run North 01 degrees 34 minutes 20
seconds West, along the East line of
said South 1/2 of the Northwest 1/4
of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 33, a
distance of 654.79 feet to the POINT
OF BEGINNING.
ALSO LESS AND EXCEPT:
Commence at the West 1/4 Corner
of said Section 33 and run South 00
degrees, 16 minutes, 44 seconds
West, a distance of 1160.92 feet;
thence run North 88 degrees, 53
minutes, 12 seconds East, a distance
of 490.00 feet; thence run South 00
degrees 16 minutes, 44 seconds
West, a distance of 178.00 feet to
the South line of the Northwest 1/4
of the Southwest 1/4 of said Section
33; thence run North 88 degrees,
53 minutes, 12 seconds Eas along
said South line, a distance of 823.86
feet to the Southeast Corner of said
Northwest 1/4 of the Southwest '/4
of said Section 33; thence continue
North 88 degrees, 53 minutes, 12
seconds East along the South line of
the Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4, a distance of 67.69 feet; thence
North 02 degree, 07 minutes, 57
seconds East, a distance of 1262.41
feet; thence South 87 degrees, 33
minutes, 17 seconds West to the
West line of the Northeast 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section 33;
thence North 00 degrees, 17 minutes,
27 seconds West along said West line
of the Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4 to the Northwest Corner of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Southwest
1/4; thence South 89 degrees, 18
minutes, 46 seconds West along the
North line of the Northwest 1/4 of the
Southwest 1/4 of said Section 33, a
distance of 1300.44 feet to the Point
of Beginning.
SUBJECT to the prescriptive right-
of-way of a county maintained paved
road along the Northerly side thereof.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN


INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH THE
CLERK WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER
THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and the seal-of-
this Court on October 3, 2012.
CLERK OF THE COURT
Crystal Norman
Deputy Clerk
Jennifer Hayes, Esq.,
Foley & Lardner LLP
10 North Tampa Street
Suite 2700
Tampa, FL 33602
R. H. Farnell, II
The Bedell Building
101 East Adams Street
Jacksonville, FL 32202
10/11 2tchg10/18-UQT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
UNION COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 63-2012-CP-0018
Division PROBATE
IN RE: Estate of
EALA BRYANT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
EALA BRYANT, deceased, whose
date of death was June 27, 2012, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Union
County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is 55 W. Main
Street, Lake Butler, Florida 32054.
The names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and the
Personal Representative's attorney
are set forth below.
All creditors of the Decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against Decedent's Estate on whom
a copy of this notice is required to
be served must file their claims with
this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF
THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the Decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against Decedent's Estate
must file their claims with this Court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION
OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT
FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS
SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S
DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is October 11, 2012.
Personal Representative:
JOHN A. PEARCE
14150 NW 86" Place
Lake Butler, FL 32054
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
MATTHEW C. MITCHELL
Brannon, Brown, Haley & Bullock,
P.A.
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IO U COUNTY TIMES T S O ,2


Union County Artist doing well


A Union County artist recently
received State and Regional
recognition for two of his
paintings.
Harold Griner received the
gold award for his painting Joy
in the Morning" as part of the
Tallahassee Watercolor Society's
2012 Brush Strokes Water Media
Exhibition, at the Gadsden Arts
Center in Quincy. The exhibit
will be continuing up through
Nov. 2.


The Tallahassee Watercolor
Society has over 150 members
from Florida, Georgia, and
Alabama.
Also. in September, at the
Florida '\.. ..i. I.'i' Society's
Annual FEhibition Awards
Ceremony in Orlando, Griner
received awards for his painting
"Morning Glory" to include:
The Citrus Watercolor Club
Memorial Award. The M.
Graham and Company Award,


The Ampersand Award and the
Signature Status in the Florida
Watercolor Society.
The painting is part of the
annual exhibition in place
through Nov. 25,at the Mennello
Museum of American Art,
located in Loch Haven Park,
Orlando.
The paintings can be viewed at
S\vwwf.floridawvatercolorsociety.
org. and \wwv~.haroldgriner.com


Harold Griner recently received state and regional recognition for
his paintings Morning Glory (top) and Joy in the Morning (bottom)


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B Section Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 FEATURES
CRIME
SOCIALS

RE al J INA NEw1s OBITUARIES
RE GIONAL NE WS
NEW RO BRAD D C NTY, U N CNTY AND THE LAKE EDITORIAL.
NEWS FROM BRADFORD COUNTY, UNION COUNTY AND THE LAKE REGION


Saturday car
show to benefit
Relay for Life
The second annual Relay for
Life of Bri.lJr, County Car
Show will be held Saturday,
Oct. 13, at the Bradford County
Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. until 3


p.m.
The show will consist of nine
classes of vehicles, with awards
presented in each class. Those
wishing to preregister a vehicle
may do so at a cost of $10.
Registration the day of the event
is $15.
Those showing a vehicle will
also be entered into a drawing for
prizes that have been donated by


show sponsors.
Beck Auto Group of Starke
and the Florida International
Rally and Motorsport Park are
the top local sponsors.
Vendors will be on site selling
various items such as shirts,
jewelry and food.
Vendor spots are available at a
cost of $10.


For more information, please
call Mitchell Gunter at 904-966-
1386, or send-email to mitchell_
gunter@ yahoo.com.
Proceeds support theAmerican
Cancer Society and the 2013
Relay for Life of Bradford and
Union counties.
Last year's event raised more
than $700.


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Starke Kiwanis
rib sale is
Oct. 20
The Kiwanis Club of Starkd
will be selling slabs of cooked
ribs Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10
a.m. until 2 p.m. at Community
State Bank in Starke.
Slabs are $18 each and may
be purchased ahead of time from
any Kiwanis of Starke member.

Communities
in Schools' golf
tournament
set for Oct. 19
Communities in Schools'
annual benefit golf tournament
will be held Friday, Oct. 19, at the
Starke Golf and Country Club'.
Teams of four will compete in a
captain's choice format with an 8
a.m. shotgun start.
There will be a $10,000 hole-
in-one prize and chances to win
a set of Cleveland Irons, a Kindle
Fire or a $500 Visa gift card.
Prizes from Edwin Watts Golf
and goodie bags will be provided
for all players.
Lunch is provided, with the
$50-per-player entry fee.
Help kids stay in school and
prepare for life. To sign up,
or for more information, call
Communities in School at 904-
964-7776.

November off-
road run to
benefit Relay
The Irene Caserta Breast Can-
cer Memorial Off-Road Run has
been set for Saturday, Nov. 10,
with check-in time at 7:30 a.m.
at the Union Correctional Insti-
tution training building, just off
S.R. 16 near Raiford.
The run/walk will begin at
8:30 a.m., and all proceeds will
go to Relay for Life and cancer
research. The entry fee is $20
if the participant registers on or
prior to Wednesday, Oct. 31, and
$25 after Oct. 31.
Participants can choose be-
tween a challenging 8K run, a 5K
run or a 3K walk. Prizes will be
awarded to the winners in each.
Participants under the age of
18 must be entered by a parent o'r
guardian.
For more information, please
contact Candice Rossman at 386-
431-2208 or rossman.candice@
dc.state.fl. us, or Angela Anders
at 386-431-2244 or anders.an-
gela@ dc.state.fl.us.

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'...all for the Tornadoes,


stand up and holler!'


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
"Go, Big'Red!"
Judging by the attendance
at a Bradford High School
cheerleading fundraiser, "Big
Red" will have big support in
the future.
LEFT: Bradford High
School cheerleader
Sierra McClellan shows
Kristina Rowe how it's
done at a cheer camp
for pre-k through sixth-
grade children.


The school's junior varsity
and varsity cheerleaders hosted a
three-day clinic for girls in pre-K
through sixth grade that drew
approximately 109 participants,
making for a packed-and
loud-Bradford High School
gym. All it took was a one-
word question -"Ready?"-to
generate an enthusiastic response
that all but lifted the roof of the
gym.
"I'm glad they started this
(clinic)," said Mary Ann
Kennedy, who is in her first
year as the varsity cheerleader


sponsor.
All participants learned
the choreography and cheers
that are such a part of football
games, while the clinic's older
participants also got to get a
little stunt work in.
The clinic technically ended
Oct. 4, but participants got to
experience a game atmosphere,
getting their chance to encourage
a crowd to give them a B-R-A-
D-F-O-R-D at the Oct. 5 BHS
game.
Kennedy said such fundraisers
go toward purchasing uniforms
and attending camps. This

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: Geddas and Ida Williams will
:have been married 69 years on
Tuesday, Oct. 16. They were
married Oft. 16,1943, in Albion,
Pa. at the -home of the bride's
parent. They are the parents of


Wilkerson/
Wilkenson
family reunion
set for Oct. 13
A family reunion will be held
on Saturday, Oct. 13, at the Starke
:Golf and Country Club (S.R.-
230 East, 2 miles east of U.S.
301). from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.
A luncheon will be held at 12:30
p.m. We encourage you to come
and ask you to bring a covered
dish, dessert and/or beverage to
share.
For more information please
contact David or Sandra at 904-,
782-3523.


Thornton to
celebrate
80th birthday
Oct. 13

Friends and family are invited
to celebrate Gwen Thornton's
80'h birthday at herhome (4 miles
west on S.R. 100, Southwest
'82nd Avenue) on Saturday, Oct.
13, from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m.


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Iy Understanding of the Ten Commandments)

As a Christian this is how I believe and how the Ten Commandments governs my
life: ) /1/ (Supported by Believers of
/. o L / / the Ten Commandments)
1. Thou shalthave no other ods before me. (I understand God Almighty to be
sovereign.)
2. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. (I understand I am not to
have a Sun God or any other type of God to worship other than Almighty God.
3. Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain. (I do not take the
Lord's name in vain. To do so would show no respect for his authority over all
mankind.)
4. Remember the Sabbaih day, to keep it holy. (My understanding of that is not to
indulge in any subject that dishonors God.)
5. Honor thy father and thy mother. (They gave me new life, my name and hope
to feed the world.) New life is how the world will be Fed.
6. Thou shalt not kill. (Do not commit murder. To take another human beings life,
it mustbe done in self defense. Abortion cannot be recognized, only when
the loss of the mother is recognized. In a Christian Nation, abortion must
stop now.) An end to abortion will bring much joy to the world so that we can
all be joyful.
7. Thou shalt not commit adultery. (It will only bring unhappiness and sadness
into all marriages. It will also destroy the passionate love that binds a marriage
forever. Love means giving your very best.)
8. Thou shalt not steal. (Before you can steal, you must first become a liar. Lying
and stealing will destroy you.)
9. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor. (Do not speak falsely
against others. Once you have said something falsely, it is very difficult to make
the truth be known. It will bring much unhappiness to so many people.)
10.Thou shalt not covet. (Keep your mind and hands off of what does not belong
to you.)
These Ten Commandments is how I
govern my life. I ask those who disagree
with me to share with me why I cannot
practice my freedom of religion. I will not.
interfere with your religion as long as you
do not bring harm to the U.S.A. This is
my understanding of one of the many
reasons in my life I became a U.S.A.
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McFarland, Allison Lockhart and Shyann Clemons.


CHEER
Continued from 2B
particular fundraiser helped
pay for pink paraphernalia the
cheerleaders will wear and use
at the Oct. 12 game to bring
awareness to breast cancer.
The cheerleaders will host
another such clinic during


basketball season.
Though such clinics raise
'funds for the cheerleading
program, they are also a way to
get the cheerleaders involved in
their community, Kennedy said.
The goal is for cheerleaders to
become more visible outside of
games and take part in events,
such as next year's Relay for
Life, which will feature a team


made up of not only the high
school varsity and junior varsity
cheerleaders, but the Bradford
Middle School cheerleaders as
well.
Raising funds and becoming
active in the community aside,
the clinics are fun.
"They love it," Kennedy said.


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right.


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Tornadoes' game this Friday,
Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. against
Keystone Heights.
SCheerleaders are encouraging.
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breast cancer survivors are
invited tojoin the cheerleaders in
forming the tunnel for the team
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Amendments: a closer look


We appreciate readers
asking for clarification of the
recommended "No" vote on
proposed amendments 5 and 8,
which will appear on the general
election ballot, but first, a brief
review of civics will help in
arriving at a logical decision on
the issues.
The Founding Fathers
Established three separate
divisions of the federal
government, equal in authority
and functioning as a whole:
administrative, legislative and
judicial. (Neither of the three
branches of government has
precedent or control of the other
two.)
The legislative branch makes
the laws, while the administrative
branch administers those laws.
The judicial branch determines
the viability of laws, as well.
as hearing disputes outside the
jurisdiction of lower courts.
(Rules and regulations of state
governments are not identical
to the U.S. Constitution,
but generally follow similar
language and functions.)
Ever since the constitutions
were adopted, individuals
and groups have attempted to
modify or change parts of the
federal- and state-governing
documents--sometimes legally,
as in approving amendments,
but sometimes by other means if
legal means are too difficult or
impossible.
The most' serious attempt
to change the Supreme Court
occurred in 1937 during the
tenure of Presideqt Franklin
Delano Roosevelt. While FDR
had his detractors, he was the
'most popular and best loved of
all American presidents, but he
sought power beyond that which
-the Constitution allowed. The
Supreme. Court allowed many
of his programs to go forward,
but found some proposals


unconstitutional, and thus denied
them.
FDR began a crusade to
provide additional power for
the presidency by allowing
the president to nominate an
additional justice for each
Supreme Court justice over the
age of 70. At the time (1937),
there were six justices 'over that
age, and if his request had been
approved, FDR would have
been able to nominate six new'
justices, bringing the total to 15.
FDR would then have had an
unprecedented majority on the
bench.
"Packing the Supreme Court"
had few 'supporters, even
among Democrats. In fact, it
became a Democrat fight, and
the Republicans wisely stayed
clear and let the Democrats slug
it out. Later (1937), FDR gave
up the fight to enlarge the court,
but his four elections provided
opportunity for him to nominate
eight Supreme Court justices.
Packing the Supreme 'Codrt
was so blatant and so self-
serving, it should have damaged
FDR, but, no, the man had a
Teflon hide and suffered little
inconvenience from the fallout.
Since that time, there have
been many complaints about the
Supreme Court, but almost no
success in changing the modus
operandi of the court.
Prior to 1968, when Florida's


current constitution was written
and adopted, it was almost
impossible for the citizenry to
get a law passed. The Florida
Constitution now provides
for any citizen to petition the
legislature to pass an amendment
by collecting and submitting
signatures throughout the state.
The provision also provides
for the legislature to submit
proposals for amendments, sans
the collection of signatures. This
year, all requests for -adding
amendments to the constitution
were submitted by the legislature.
By this means, legislators escape
criticism for passing unpopular
laws.
Proposed Amendment
No. 8 falls in the unsavory
category because it seeks to
control the judiciary by the
legislative department of state
government-an anathema in
the eyes of voters.
Currently, to fill vacancies
in the state's supreme court,
the governor appoints a justice
from a list of nominees provided
by a judicial nominating
committee, and appointments
by the governor are not subject
to confirmation. This revision
requires senate confirmation of a
justice before the appointee can
take office.
If the senate votes not to
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District 4


EDUCATION
A.A. and B.A. degrees, post baccalaureate studies sociology criminal justice.

WORK EXPERIENCE
3.8 years in the criminal justice system, retired chief investigator public defenders office
for Florida's 8th Judicial Circuit.

GOVERNMENTAL EXPERIENCE
Mayor-City Commissioner for the City of Starke 1980's-1990's.

MILITARY SERVICE
4 years U.S. Navy, 2 tours of duty in Vietnam. Honorable discharge.

Past member Florida Council of Crime and Deliquency.

MY GOALS
Increase our graduation rate. Make a safe environment for our students, teachers, support
staff and school bus drivers where bullying and unacceptable behavior will not be
tolerated.

To apply for and receive more state-federal grants to develop and implement new learning
programs.


Ed


II


has the


Right Qualifications



You decide...


My Opponent's Qualifications
* Born and raised in Bradford County
* Served in the United States Army
* Active Member of Trinity Baptist Church
* 35 years Employed by Bradford School Board
Maintenance Department:
Electrician Recently retired
* Late wife Betsy Married for 38 years
* 3 daughters
* 10 grandchildren


*The qualifications came directly from his campaign literature.




ELECT


ED


WALL


FOR
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
DISTRICT 4


PD. POL. ADV. PAID FOR AND APPROVED BY ED WALL FOR SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 4


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during the past four years.
She has destroyed the morale
of the district, led with fear
and intimidation, engaged in
racial 'bias and undermined the
efforts of every single building
administrator within the district.
She surrounded herself with
puppets at the district office and
has never cared for building a
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THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & ; i:.i B SECTION


Danny Crawford
STARKE- Danny Lynn
Crawford, 65, of Starke died
Thursday, Sept. 27, 2012 at E.T.
York Hospice Care Center in
Gainesville.
Crawford was born on August 3,
1947 in Starke to the late Paul Lloyd
Crawford, Jr. and Lois Crawford
and was a lifelong area resident. He
was of the Baptist faith.
He is survived by: his wife of 37
years, Robin Crawford df Starke;
his daughter. Angela (Harry)
Donaldson of Starke; sisters, Peggy
Crawford and Mona L. Patray both
of Lawtey; brothers, Paul L. (Kathy)
Crawford, III, Skippy Crawford,
Rod A. (Pam) Crawford, John F.
(Tammy) Crawford all of Lawtey;
"and five grandchildren.
The funeral services were held
on Oct. 1 in the DeWitt C. Jones
Chapel. Interment followed in
Crosby Lake Cemetery. In lieu
of flowers contributions may be
made to Haven Hospice, 4200
NW 90th Blvd., Gainesville, FL
32606. Arrangements are by Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home.

Florine Copeland
.RAIFORD- Mother Florine
McDonald Copeland, age 93, of
Raiford, died Oct. 4, 2012 at Select,
Specialty Hospital in Gainesville.
She was a life long resident of
Raiford. Copeland was a member
of Magnolia Missionary Baptist
Church of Raiford and attended
Union County Schools.
She is survived by: daughter,
Anna B. Hathcock of Jacksonville;
sons, Earnest (Tina) Copeland
of Jacksonville, Donell (Loretta)
Copeland of Gainesville; brother,


Henry Lee McDonald of Raiford:
ten grandchildren; and 11 great-
grandchildern.
Funeral services will be held
at II a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13,
in the Lake Butler'High School
Auditorium with Rev. Henry Ortiz
and Rev. J.W. Warren presiding.
Interment will be in Five Sapplin
Cemetery in Raiford.
Visitation will be held on Friday
Oct. 12, at the Haile Funeral Home
Carl D. Haile Memorial Chapel.
Family hour- 1-2 pm, friends- 2-6
pm and one hour on Saturday prior
to the service. Processional will be
leavingfiom:The home ofFlorine M.
Copeland, 13719 N.E. 222"d Place,
Raiford, FL 32083 at 10:30 a.in.

Eva Davis
ALTAMONTE SPRINGS-Eva
Marie Davis, 54, of Altamonie
Springs passed away at her home on
Sept. 27, 2012.
Mrs.Davis was born in Fernandina
Beach on Aug. 21, 1958 to the late
Osbome P. and Patricia E. (Carroll)
Tyre. She was a homemaker and
construction worker.
She is survived by: son, Shane
(Denise) Davis of Keystone
Heights; daughter, Shannon Davis
of Altamonte Springs; siblings,
Rebecca Schmitt, Anthony
Phillips, and Larry R. Bossier;
seven grandchildren; and two great
grandchildren.
A memorial service was held ,in
Altamonte Springs. Arrangements
are under the care of Jones-Gal lagher
Funeral Home.

Ralph Drew
WALDO-Ralph Joseph Drew,
age 70,of Waldo,died Monday, Oct.


'In Loving Mlemory

Michelle Johns Lee
October 31, 1973 Octobr 13, 2001



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1, 2012 at North Florida Regional
Hospital in Gainesville.
Born on November 17, 1941 in
Shamrock, FL he was the son of the
late Omar Dale Drew and Delisa
Mac (Rpulerson) Drew Hall. Mr.
Drew earned a Bachelor's Degree
from Oklahoma State University.
Prior to his retirement, he was
employed by the Dept.ofCorrections
at U.C.I.as a Correctional Probation
Officer. Prior to whjch he retired
from the U.S. Air Force serving
during the Vietnam Era.
Mr. Drew was a Mason.
He is survived by: his wife
Elizabeth (Pittman) Drew; four
children, Dale Drew of Castle Pines,
CO, Sherri Bean of Dell City, OK,
Bonnie Ferguson of West Melbourne
and Bobbie Dudley of Waldo. He is
also survived by: his brother and
sisters, Dorothy Foster, Robert
"Butch" Smith both of Waldo, Patti
Markham of Lake City and Pam
Atwood-Eddy of Cumberland Gap,
TN; twelve grandchildren and one
great grandchild.
He was pre-deceased by: his
brothers, Don Drew and Billy Joe
Drew.
Family and Friends will gather to
celebrate Ralph's life on Saturday,
October 27, 2012, at 2:00 P.M.
at the Drew residence. For more
information please contact Jones-
Gallagher Funeral Home in Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Susan Folk
STARKE-Susan Ann Folk, 56,
of Starke, died Thursday, October
4, 2012 in Shands at The University
of Florida following a long illness.
Ms. Folk was born on August 21,
1956 in West Palm Beach to the late
Alton Leroy and Sal lie Evelyn Farley.
She was preceded in death
by: s sister, Carolyn Smith;
and brother, Billy Farley.
She is survived by: son, Jackie
Bruce (Joanne) Folk; sister, Deanna
Faison; brothers, Mark Farley and
Al Farley; and four grandchildren.
Funeral services were held on
Oct. 9 Arrangements are by
Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home.

Irene Hunter
GRAHAM Irene Sellita
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with fanrily by her side. She was
born in Louise, Florida on Aug.
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She was preceded in death by:
her children, Colen M. Ratliff,
Redden L. Ratliff and James A.
Ratliff; her brother, Bill Cain;
her sister, Thelma Dyal; and
granddaughter, Pamela Ratliff.
She is survived by: her son, Walter
E. (Luisa) Ratliff, Sr. of Gainesville;
niece, Alma Leta'Sparks; nephew,
Bobbie Dyal; nine grandchildren;
12 great-grandchildren; and
two great great-grandchildren.
Funeral Services were held on Oct.
7. at Archie Tanner Funeral Services
with Pastor Roman Alvarez and
Reverend Phillip Sams officiating.
Interment followed at Santa Fe
Cemetery. Arrangements are under
the care and direction of Archie
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PAID OBITUARY

Domenica
Marchese
ORANGE PARK- Domenica
Marchese, 91 of Orange Park,
died after an extended illness on
Thursday, Oct.4, 2012. She was
born on August 28, 1921 in New
York City to her parents Lorenzo
and Catherine Langona. Domenica
was preceded in death by: her
husband, Vito, of 52 years.
She is survived by: children,
Dr. William Marchese of Starke,
Anet Willingham of Arrowhead,
Calif. and Joseph Marchese of
Effingham, Ill.; five grandchildren;
and one great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be
Saturday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m. at Kraeer
Funeral Home, Margate, FL.
In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made to St Luke's Catholic
ChurchGrowthFund, 1606Blanding
Blvd., Middleburg, FL 32068.

James Millinder
STARKE- Mr. James "Chuck"
Millinder, age 48, of Starke, passed
away, Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012,
at Orange Park Medical Center.


SB


Chuck was born March of 1964 to
Joe and Anne (Melton) Millinder in
Savannah, Georgia.
He had lived in Starke for
the past 12 years moving there
from Jacksonville. He worked
as an Autobody Technician at
Wade Raulerson Automotive in
Gainesville.
As his hobbies, he enjoyed riding
motorcycles and doing custom body
work. Chuck was free spirited and
had many friends.
He is survived by: his parents,
Joe and Anne Millinder of Lake
City; a daughter, Sabrina (William)
Ellis, of Palatka; sisters, Debbie
Millinder of Waco, Kentucky and
Toni (Jon) Bennett of Jacksonville;
4 grandsons, Shawn Donnelly,
Dylan Donnelly, Zachary Ellis and
Isaac Ellis and he was expecting
another grandchild; aunt, Brenda
Rudder; and cousin, Kim Rudder
Reynolds. Chuck is also survived
by his dog, Nutz.
The family received ftends and a
time of viewing was held on Oct. 3,
2012 in the Dewitt C. Jones Chapel
of Jones-Gallagher Funeral Home
in Starke. It was Chuck's wishes to
be cremated, so that he can remain
a free spirit.
Arrangements byJones-Gallagher
Funeral Home of Starke.
PAID OBITUARY

Josephine Raines
STARKE-Josephine (Bachelor)
Raines, age 90 of Starke, formerly
of Jacksonville died on Tuesday,
October 9, 2012.
She was 'born on May 8, 1922 in
Haywood, GA,and was the daughter
of the late Grover Cleveland and
Beryl Bernice (Powell) Bachelor.
She retired from the Jacksonville
Kennel Club as Maintenance
Supervisor after 30 years. Mrs.
Raines was a member of the Order
of The Eastern Star Chapter 124
and was a member of First Baptist
Church in Starke.
She was preceded in death by:
her husband, C.L. "Rip" Raines
and siblings; Gordon Bachelor,
James Bachelor, Woody Bachelor,
Etta Malphurs, and G.C. "Cooter"
Bachelor.
Mrs. Raines is survived by:
daughters, Laurel (Floyd) Cherry
of Powder Springs, GA, Patricia
(Bill) Tuck of Jacksonville, Diane
Strickland of Jacksonville Beach,
and JoAnn (Harry) Hatcher of
Starke; son, John Jackson of
Jacksonville; step-daughter, Lynda
(Mike) Hatam of Port Washington,
NY; step-son, David (Shirley)
Raines of Fernandina Beach; sister,
Ruth Thomas of Jacksonville;
14 grandchildren; 26 great-
grandchildren and two great-great-
grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held on
Friday, Oct. 1211' at 11 a.m. at the
First Baptist Church in Starke with
Harry Hatcher III officiating. A
,viewing will be held from 10 to 11
a.m. at the Church. Entombment
will take place at 2:30 p.m. in
Evergreen Cemetery Mausoleum,
4535 S. Main Street in Jacksonville.'


In lieu of flowers contributions
may be made to Haven JHospice
Custead Care Center, 745'Blanding
Blvd., Orange Park, FL 32065 or to
the First Baptist Church, P.O. Box
1258, Starke, FL 32091.
Arrangements are by Jones-
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of
Heather L. Smith
Oct. 9, 1984 Dec. 8, 2009

God looked around His
garden and He noticed
an empty place. He then
gazed down upon the
earth and He saw your


tired face.


With His


loving arnis around you,
He 'ifted you to rest.
God's garden must be
beautiful, for He only
takes the best. He knew
that you were suffering.
He knew you were in
pain. He knew that you
would never get well on
earth again. He saw your
*road was getting rough,
the hills were hard to
climb, He closed your
weary eyelids, and
whispered "Peace be
thine." It broke our
hearts to lose you, but
you didn't go alone, for
part of us went with you
the day God called you
home. You never said
"I'm leaving", you never
said goodbye, you were
gone before we knew it
and only God knew why.
Your memory is our
keepsake, with which we
will never part. God has
you in his keeping, b'ut we.
hold you in our hearts.

Love without end,

Your Mom,
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nephewAustin,
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LETTERS
Continued from 4B

culture of excellence within the
-district. She has merely focused
on cutting dollars and quick-fix,
Band-Aid fixes for test scores.
She has been an obstacle to the
growth of Bradford County
educationally and made the
Bradford County School system
a laughing stock within the
region.
Chad Farnsworth recognizes
that students, teachers and
parents are the most important
resources within the district. He
is understanding of the challenges
facing academic achievement
within the-district and the state,
and is motivated to face those
challenges head on, but not at
the expense of the morale and
welfare of the district.
Chad understands that there is
more to education than test scores.
He understands that each student
has a life outside of school and
faces struggles that take more
than a school district to address.
'Chad has dedicated his life to
helping students and parents
overcome those challenges and
he will continue to do that as
superintendent of schools.
Beth Moore had her chance,
and she performed miserably.
It's time for fresh ideas, new
outlooks, positive personality
and leadership with a people-first
mentality-Chad Farnsworth can
provide that leadership. He will
surround himself with qualified
educators that place education
and-students ahead of themselves.
He will make Bradford County
a spotlight for education in the
state of Florida.
Please, get out and vote and cast
that vote for Chad Farnsworth for
Superintendent of Schools.
Best of luck to the students and
parents of Bradford County.
Doug Thoburn



Clark

completes

basic training

Army National Guard Pvt.
Samuel S-. Clark has graduated
from basic combat training at
Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C. '
During the nine weeks of
training, the soldier studied the
Army mission, history, tradition
and core values, physical fitness,
and received instruction and
practice in basic combat skills,
military weapons, chemical
warfare and bayonet training,
drill and ceremony, marching,
rifle marksmanship, armed and
unarmed combat, map reading,
field tactics, military courtesy,
military justice system, basic
first aid, foot marches, and field
training exercises.
Clark is the son of Christine
and Sheldon, Starke. He is a
2011 graduate of Bradford High
School.


Johnson

graduates from

Air Force basic

Air National Guard Airman
1st Class Nicholas T. Johnson
graduated from basic military
training at Lackland Air Force
Base, San Antonio, Texas.
The airman completed an
intensive, eight-week program
that included training in military
discipline and studies, Air Force
core values, physical -fitness,
and basic warfare principles and :
skills.
Airmen who complete basic
training earn four credits toward
an associate in applied science
degree through the Community
College of the Air Force.
Johnson is the son of Jeff and
Carrie Johnson of Starke.
He is a 2011 graduate of
Bradford High School.


Former principal, BHS


Hampton


Where are our moral leaders?
B. R. Nix
Starke


police: morally

wrong? LOOK
Continued from 4B


Is it morally wrong for the
Hampton police to harrass mo-
torists on a 100-yard stretch of
Highway 301 which they an-
nexed by dubious means.
It not only lessens respect for
law enforcement in general and
for the people who employ them,
it also demeans the entire com-
munity that allows this obnox-
ious practice tp continue.


confirm the appointment, the
judicial nominating commission
must reconvene and may not
renominate any person whose
prior appointment to fill the
same vacancy was not confirmed
by the senate. If the senate fails
to vote on the appointment of a
justice within 90 days, the justice
will be deemed "confirmed" and


will take office.
This proposed amendment, if
passed, will destroy the Florida
Supreme Court and strengthen
the power of the state senate,
a situation which cannot be
allowed. We may not always
agree with rulings handed
down by the court, but it is the
most stable of all governmental
entities and remains less affected
by politics than any other
department.
Congress and state legislators
have given u5 on direct assaults
as result of the lessons learned
by FDR, but that doesn't mean
they have given up on their


dream of controlling the courts
by nefarious means.
Proposed Amendment No. 8
was placed on the ballot by the
state legislature. If approved, it
will repeal -an amendment that
prohibits spending state money
on church projects. Supporters of
the amendment are attempting to
get state money for establishing
and operating church schools.
Some of us may' have
forgotten that one of the causes
of the Revolutionary War was
England's taxing the colonists
to support the Church of
England. Our founding fathers
wisely decreed a separation of


Church and State, although the
Constitution doesn't use those
exact words.
"If it ain't broke, don't fix
it," is an axiom that should
be listened to in relation to
the Supreme Court, and those
wishing to make major changes
to the system have personal
agendas to pursue at the expense
of good government.
Proponents of proposed
amendments 5 and -8 are ask-
ing voters to repeal democratic
mainstays of the American. way
of life.
By Buster Rahn
Telegraph editorialist


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SPORTS &



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Bradford
defeats
Lake Butler,
earns title
game berth
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
A turnover with approximately
two minutes left to play helped
the Bradford Middle School
football team hold off visiting
Lake Butler for a 14-12 win on
Oct. 9.
The win sends the Hurricanes
(3-3) to the Suwannee Middle
School Athletic Conference.
championship game. (The time,
opponent and location were
unknown at press time.)
It was not an easy win, though,
as the Hurricanes had two long
scores negated by penalties
and had to deal with the loss of
running back Charles Strong to
an injury late in the third quarter.
Lake Butler had a chance to
avoid finishing with a winless
season, but the Tigers (0-5),
fumbled the ball away at the
Bradford 25-yard line after
scoring a touchdown with 3:12 to
play and recovering t(e ensuing
onside kick.
The Tigers scored on their first
series, putting together a 58-yard
drive that featured the running of
Andre-Hampton and Taz Worrell.
Worrell had a pair of 6-yard runs
to help Lake Butler gain a first
See BMS, 4C


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I


UCHS grad
Alexander
earns Gulf
South honor
BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
University of North Alabama
junior quarterback Chris
Alexander, a 2010 Union
County High School graduate,
\\as named the Gulf South
Conference Offensive Player of
the Week after helping to lead
the Lions to a 41-0 homecoming
win over Shorter University on
Sept. 29.
Alexander completed 9 of 10
passes for 126 yards, throwing
for a 33-yard touchdown and
rushing for a 4-yard touchdown.
It was the first-such award
for Alexander, who has helped
North Alabama get off to a 5-1
start this season-his-first as a
starter.
For the season, Alexander has
completed 38 of 83 passes for
440 yards and two touchdowns.
He has rushed for 277 yards and
four touchdowns on 72 carries.
In a season-opening 31-
30 win over Miles College,
Alexander rushed for 69 yards
and a touchdown on 10 carries,


Chris Alexander
(Photo courtesy of
University of North
Alabama Sports
Information)
while completing 7 of 17 passes
for 109 yards. North Alabama's
last score came on a 40-yard
touchdown pass by Alexander.
Alexander, after his team's
31-10 loss to Harding, accounted
for 233 yards in a 39-0 win over
Kentucky Christian on Sept. 15.
He completed 8 of 18 passes for
129 yards, while rushing for 104
yards on 20 carries. Alexander
had a touchdown on a 9-yard
run.

See HONOR, 5C


UC wraps up number-one district seed


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
L ,.,. /- "; 1 .!; '
It wasn't easy, but the Union
County volleyball team was able
to rall for victories in the first
tw\o sets en route to defeating
visiting Newberry 3-1 (25-21,
25-21.20-25,25-19) on Oct. 8.
The win wrapped up the
number-one seed inthe upcoming
District 7-IA tournament for the
Tigers (13-6), who played their
final regular-season district
match this past Tuesday against
Dixie County. A win over Dixie
will give Union an 8-0 record in
district play.
Union head coach Trudy
Andrews said it felt good to
get the win, but admitted her
team needs to use its remaining
matches as building blocks to
get better prior to the district
tournament, which, will begin
Monday, Oct. 22, at Newberry
High School.
"We've got a lot of work to
do," Andrews said. "We've got
to clean up our game."
One thing the Tigers seem to
have down is not getting rattled
by trailing late in a set. They
trailed 21-18 in the first set and
20-18 in the second set before


Ashlyn Harden goes up for a block attempt at the net
as teammate Caroline Rimes looks on.
coming from behind to win said of her players. "They don
both. panic."
"They're confident," Andrews Newberry (11-4, 5-3) held


14-7 at one point in the first set,
but Union eventually Rpipped
away at the lead, making it a
one-point match after scoring,
three straight points with Kayla,
Nettles serving. Emily Akridge
recorded a kill to force side-,
out with Newberry.leading 21-
18. The Tigers then scored six.
straight with Akridge serving,,
with one point coming dff of
a Harden block and the-set-:
winning point coming when.
Harden's spike was blocked out:
of bounds by the Panthers.
Nettles, who led all servers:
with 14 points, got the Tigers,
going in the second set with:
four points to tie the score at
16-all. It was 20-18 in favor;
of the Panthers when Union
scored four points with Caroline
Rimes serving. Two consecutive;
Newberry errors closed out the
set in favor of the Tigers.
There would be no rally in the
third set as the Panthers turned:
an 18-13 lead into one of 21-13.
Union got two straight points
late in the set with Akridge;
serving to make it a 23-18 match,'
i't but the Tigers could not string
a See SEED, 5C


Confident Tigers rally for

28-14 district win over Dixie


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Union County coach Ronny
Pruitt said his team's maturity
and conditioning kept their un-
blemished record intact, even af-
ter falling behind by two touch-
downs early Friday night.
The Tigers (6-0, 2-0) beat Di-
xie County (4-2, 1-1),28-14 in a
battle of top-ranked teams.
"They didn't panic and they
didn't quit," Pruitt said of his
crew.
After spotting Dixie County


two touchdowns to open the
game, Union County's defense
turned off the spigot, squeez-
ing Dixie's running attack to 50
yards in the final three quarters
and allowing the Tiger offense
to post 28 unanswered points in
the District 7, Class 1A show-
down in Cross City.
Dixie County's Duke Dawson
hit Cody Mitchell'for a 37-yard
pass and Shaquille Mitchem fol-
lowed with a nine-yard run for
the home team's 14-point lead.
Hunter Robson added the extra


points for both scores.
Prince Alexander put the Ti-,
gers on the board first with a 42-
yard screen pass reception from
Chandler Mann to open the sec-
ond period.
Pruitt said at halftime, several
of his players told him they were
confident they could come back
from the seven-point deficit.
"They told me, don't worry
coach, we've got this," Pruitt
recalled. .
The players were true too their
word, piling up 21 'unanswered,
second half points.
Walter Mabrey, who had a
game-high 147 running ya-4
on nine carries, opened the third
quarter with a 47-yard run to ge
the game. .
Alexander, who -rushed 3ir
22 yards on 16 carries, scored
on a four-yard scoring riushith
the fourth quarter, giving Unti
County the lead.
Union County's defense had a
hand in both Mabrey's and Al-
exander's touchdowns. Alexan-
der intercepted a Mitchem pass
just before Mabrey's scoring
rush. Geordyn.Green picked off
Mitchem for. a second time and
returned it 38 yards to set up Al-
exander's four-yard score.
Princeton Alexander gotan
assist from Prince Alexander's
pick, scooping up the errant Di-
xie County pass into the air,.al-
lowing his teammate to corral
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THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 2012 TELEGRAPH, TIMES & MONITOR C SECTION 3C


Indians overcome rain for 21-6 district win over Umatilla


BY DAN HILDEBRAN
StarkeJournal.com Editor
Keystone's Sean Foray
snatched a whiffed pass out of
mid-air and galloped 83 yards
to ice a 21-6 win for Keystone
Heights over visiting Umatilla
Oct. 5.
The Indian defensive lineman
was pursuing Umatilla quar-
terback Joseph Huggins, when
Huggins tried to get off a pass.
The ball came out of the quarter-
back's hand as he attempted the
throw. Foray snatched the ball
at eye level without breaking
stride and continued to the Uma-
tilla end zone with 32 seconds
left in the game.
Keystone improved to 3-0 in
District 4-4A with the win and is
now 5-1 overall.
The Indians' first score came
in their opening series with a
one-yard rush from Alex Gonza-
les. A 12-yard pass from Blake
Valenzuela to Nate Smith set up
that score.
*Rain persisted throughout the
first half but those are conditions
Keystone coach Chuck Dickin-
son said his team is used to by
now.


"The last three weeks, we've
been fighting the weather.," he
said. "Some days we haven't
been able to go out, so that's hurt
us. Some of the special teams
things were probably my fault
because we didn't spend enough
time on it this week because of
the weather."
Dickinson said the team's
kicking game, which has been a
strength, fell below his expecta-


tions Friday.
"We didn't punt well to-
night," he said, "and that has
been a strong point of our game.
We put the defense in bad field
position."
Umatilla's only score fol-
lowed a shanked Keystone punt,
which gave the visitors the ball
on the Keystone 34. From there
Umatilla running back Michael
Dick rushed for five and 10


Keystone's
Michael Carroll
breaks for pay
dirt around the
left end early in
the third quarter.
.-. Carroll's six-
yard score
capped a eight
play drive which
extended the
Indian lead to
14-6.




yards to the 19. Huggins then
connected with Cody Matheney
for an eight-yard completion to
the seven. Huggins then took to
the ground himself, rushing for
four yards and one yard to the
two. The senior signal caller
then went upstairs again, find-
ing Matheney in the end zone
for a two-yard touchdown pass.
However the Indians blocked
Umatilla's extra point attempt,


keeping thL' score to 7-6.
Dickinson said he-expected
a hard-fought game against the
visitors from Central Florida.
"Last year we went into
overtime with these guys," he
recalled. "We knew it would
be a tough game. They have
played us tough the last couple
of years."
Dickinson said he was pleased
with his offense's performance,
but is looking for improvement.
"We had a couple drives
when we needed it but we need
to get more consistent," he said.
"I told them we need to work
harder this week."
One of those key drives came
at the beginning of the third
quarter when Keystone took
over on the Umatilla 30.
The Indians put the ball in
the hands of Gonzales for four
straight plays. The running back
got the offense to the 14. From
there, Valenzuela ran eight yards
to the six. On the next play,
Michael Carroll took a handoff
from Valenzuela and crossed the
goal line, extending the Indians'
lead to 14-6, after Logan Stan-
ley's extra point.


This Friday, Oct. 12, at 7:30
p.m., the Indians travel 13 miles
south via S.R. 100 for their an-
nual rivalry game against Brad-
ford.
Dickinson said that in addi-
tion to the rivalry, the game car-
Sries significant post-season con-
sequences.
"It's a big district game, and
we are 3-0 in the district," he
said.
Dickinson said he is hoping
for fairer weather this week.-Not
only to make up for lost practice
time but to also give his team a
chance to get healthy. He said
several players, and even him-
self, have come down with cold-
like symptoms he suspects are
weather related.
The coach said that thus far,
his defense is pretty much where
he thought they would be at this
point in the season.
"Offensively, we are close,"
he said. "Weare still improving
each week in certain areas. We
threw the ball a little bit better
tonight at times and that's some-
thing we've been working on."


UCHS
Continued from 2C

the ball.
-Mann, who completed four
passes on five attempts for 75
yards, connected for his second
touchdown of the night, finding
Dylan Clark for 13 yards and
wrapping up the scoring at 28-
14.
Pruitt said the team's improv-
ing passing attack is a good
Complement'to the Tigers' po-
teht run game.
"When we have to throw it,
we can throw it," le said, "but
we've got a stable of running
backs who can tote it, and that's
-what we are going to do."
-"Pruitt said his offense was


helped by a new package coach-
es used this week, adding that
the new formation was a varia-
tion of the spread offense.
The coach credited both Clark
and Mabrey for their work away
from the ball.
"Walter did a good job on de-
fense," he said.
He added that Clark had a
good night blocking from his
tight end position.
Pruitt also said Austin Thom-
as came off the bench and per-
formed well during his time at
offensive tackle and guard.
"What really won it for us was
conditioning," Pruitt said.
The coach recalled that early
in the third quarter, he saw signs
that the opposing team's players
might be tiring, whereas his own


group appeared ready for more.
Earlier this year, a lack of
depth at key positions and re-
strictions on practice rules by
the Florida High School Athletic
Association concerned Union
coaches that their players might
get winded in the final quarter of
play.
A balmy Sept. 1 game against
Fernandina Beach reinforced
those concerns, as the team wilt-
ed under 80-degree heat while
pulling out a 19-0 win.
"We've got to get these guys
into shape to play four quarters,"
Pruitt said after that game.
Oct. 5 was a different story,
with the Tigers staying strong to
the end.
They also stayed calm, even
after falling behind two touch-


downs early in the game.
"We never felt like we were
out of the game," Pruitt said.
He added that the manner in
which Dixie County jumped out
front,' with a big pass play fol-
lowed by a Union County error,
allowed his players to reason that
they were not getting physically
beat at the line of scrimmage.
He said that the quiet brand
of leadership he saw emerge last
week against Ft. White contin-
ued to develop in Cross City.
"This isn't a loud group of
guys," said Pruitt. "This game
was the loudest I have heard,
them."
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Tornadoes miss first half chances in eventual 41-0 district loss


BY CLIFF SMELLEY
Regional News/Sports Editor
Bradford failed to capitalize
on opportunities in the first
half, and visiting South Sumter
eventually pulled away in the
second in the Tornadoes' 41-0
District 4-4A loss on Oct. 5.
The Tornadoes (3-2, 1-1 in
District 4) opened the game with
a drive that consumed, almost
nine minutes, but which stalled
at'the South Sumter 19.
At the end of the first half,
Bradford had the ball at the
South Sumter 1-yard line for one
untimed play following Kenny
Dinkins' 49-yard reception and
a roughing the passer penalty on
the visiting Raiders. The result
was an interception in the end
zone, leaving the Tornadoes
trailing 14-0 at the break.


"It comes down to finishing
the drives, and holding onto
the football," Bradford head
coach Steve Reynolds said. "We
couldn't do that tonight."
South Sumter (6-0, 2-0),
which amassed 433 yards and 17
first downs, is the second-ranked
team in Class 4A. Reynolds said
it is time for the Tornadoes to


start beating such teams they're
not expected to beat.
"We've got great kids and
great talent," Reynolds said.
"They give effort, but we need to
get ourselves to that next level.
We're looking for that signature
win you can hang your hat on.

See BHS, 5C


Players from both teams battle for control of a punt muffed by Bradford. The
Tornadoes eventually recovered the loose ball.


BMS
Continued from 1C

down at the Bradford 46, while
Hampton later broke free for a.
39-yard gain to the 4-yard line.
Hampton eventually scored on
a 2-yard run, giving the Tigers a
6-0 lead with 12 seconds left in
the first quarter.
It proved to be the only score
of the half,though the Hurricanes
Shad what appeared to be 51-yard
touchdown pass from Ty Cook
to Oliver Griffin. An illegal
procedure penalty wiped out the
score.
The Hurricanes also did
Snot help themselves with two
turnovers in.the second quarter.
A penalty erased an 82-yard
touchdown run by Strong on
Bradford's first possession of
the second half. The Hurricanes
had another big play on the
drive that stood as Griffin took
a pass over the 'middle and
Soutraced defenders for a 90-
yard touchdown. Arshay Jonas'
run on the two-point conversion
put.Bradford up 8-6 with. 1:52
remaining in the third quarter.
The Hurricanes recovered an
Sonside kick following the score,
which led toa50-yard touchdown
drive. Bradford, though, needed
a 25-yard reception by Dauviel
Jackson on fourth-and-25 to keep
the drive alive. Jackson's catch
'put the Hurricanes at the 12-
yard line. Cook had an 11-yard
run from there, and then scored
from the 1-yard line at the 5:49
mark of the fourth quarter for a
14-6 lead.
Markel Strong had three
straight carries for 22 yards as
the Tigers marched downfield
to the Bradford 16. Matthew
Jobin threw a touchdown pass
to Worrell from there, but a
fumbled snap on the ensuing
two-point conversion left the


Tigers trailing 14-12.
Lake Butler recovered an
onside kick and got a 25-yard
run from Worrell that resulted
in a first down at the Bradford
28. A fumble, though, ended
the Tigers' hopes of getting a
win and allowed Bradford to
celebrate an appearance in the
upcoming SMAC title game.
Thus, the Hurricanes
accomplished one of their
preseason goals, though first-
year head coach William
Brewington admitted before the
Lake Butler game he honestly
felt his team should have only
one loss on the season.
Despite being disappointed
with some of the season's
outcomes, Brewington said he
couldn't be happier with a group
of players that really resembles
a family.
Plus, Brewington said the
support of parents and school
administrators has made this an
enjoyable season.
"We have something good
going here,"'Brewington said.
Brewington said some of the
team's key leaders this season
have been Cook,Griffin,Jackson
and Strong on offense, and Jonas
and Bryan Archer on defense.
Overall,, Brewington said
the team has benefited from its
entire group of eighth-graders.
S"It's a good.grp op of.eighth-
grade kids leading us and


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Bradford Middle
School running
back Charles
Strong gets
corralled by
Lake Butler's
Matthew
Jobin in the
first half of
Bradford's 14-
12 win. Strong
rushed for
approximately
30 yards before
getting injured
late in the third
quarter, though
he did have
an 82-yard
touchdown run
called back due
to a holding
penalty.


showing us the
way it should be done," he said.
The Hurricanes opened the
season with a 24-0 loss to Baker
County, though it was only an
8-0 game going into the fourth
quarter.
"We just got tired,'
Brewington said.
Bradford defeated Chiefland
30-0, scoring 24 points in the
first ialf. The Hurricanes then
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the defense gave up only one
first down. That came on a trick
play.
The Hurricanes had to wait
through a 1.5-hour weather
delay in a game against
Williston, which Williston won
38-0. Bradford then lost 30-20
to Keystone Heights.


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Continued from 4C

"We're getting close. We're
v inning the games we're
supposed to win these days. We
weren't doing that a couple of
years ago."
A blowout loss didn't seem in
the works when the game kicked
off. The Tornadoes overcame
two long third-down situations
in putting together an impressive
drive to open the game. The
Raiders dropped quarterback
Jacob Luke for a 13-yard loss on
-the fourth play from scrimmage,
.but two plays later, Luke
,:completed a 31-yard pass to
:Dinkins on a third-and-20 play
:from the Bradford 15-yard line.
SLuke,whowas 11 of24passing
::or 159 yards, completed a 10-
-"yard pass to Marco Grimsley
for another first down, while an
offsides penalty and a 3-yard run
iby Lyndell Hampton resulted in
:-another first down at the South
:'Sumter 28.
: A sack resulted in a third-
:and-16 play. Dinkins, who
f finished the game with 118 yards
,on six catches, had a 15-yard
[reception to set up fourth-and-1,
:at the South Sumter 19.A 1-yard
lrun by Hampton gave Bradford


its fifth first down of the drive.
South Sumter, which held the
Tornadoes to 53 yards on the
ground, tackled running back
B.J. McNeal for 1-yard losses
on two straight plays. After
an incompletion on a third-
down play, Bradford went for
it on fourth-and-12 at the South
Sumter 20. Luke was sacked for
a 5-yard loss.
The remaining 3:15 in the
opening quarter \\as plentN of
time for the Raiders to march
right down the field. Running
back Garrett McMullen had the
big play of the drive, taking
a swing pass 37 yards to the
Bradford 29.
By the time the second quarter
started, the Raiders were facing
second-and-l0 from the 15-yard
line. However, they turned the
ball over on downs at the 6.
South Sumter did not waste
its next opportunity. After its
defense forced Bradford to go
three and out, South Sumter
started its ensuing drive at the
Bradford 21-yard line because
of a shanked punt. The Raiders
converted a fourth-and-2 play
en route to scoring on a I-yard
sneak by quarterback Clay
Simmons with 7:35 to play in
the second quarter. The PAT put
the Raiders up 7-0.


Bradford was forced to punt
after three plays again, but this
time the kick backed the Raiders
up to their own 45.
Sc:'h Sumter had attempted
just two passes on its previous
19 offensive plays, and both
were short passes to running
hacks. Simmons. though, finally
took a shot downficld, hooking
up with Kameron Bannister,
\\ho \\as behind the Bradford
secondary The result was a 4-
\ard touchdown pass and a 14-0
Raiders lead at the 4:07 mark.
The Raiders had another
offense\ e series late in the half,
but were forced to punt by the
Tornadoes. Bradford's offense
took the field at its own 36 with
20 seconds on the clock. Luke
connected with Dinkins on a
14-yard gain before throwing a
deep pass downfield, which was
caught by Dinkins at around the
5-yard line. South Sumter safety
Keanu Neal wrestled Dinkins
to the ground at the I-yard line
as time expired, but the Raiders
were penalized for roughing
the passer, giving Bradford one
more play.
Neal, though, came through
again forth Raiders,intercepting
Luke's play-action pass in the
end zone and preserving South
Sumter's two-touchdown lead.


Reynolds said some may have
questioned the play call, but it
was the right call to make with
the Raiders loading the box to
stop the run.
"Everyone in the world was
expecting us to stick it in there
(on a running play)," Reynolds
said. "Could we have gotten
it? Maybe, but at that point in
the game, we hadn't been very
successful running the football."
In fact, Bradford finished the
game with only 53 yards on
the ground, led by Hampton's
seven-carry, 32-yard effort.
Reynolds said the key to the
start of the second half was for
the Bradford defense to make
a stop, which it did. Bradford
defensive back Keaaris Ardley
dropped a runner for a 5-yard
loss, while lineman Phillip James
and other defenders stuffed a run
play for no gain.
It was a three-and-out to start
the second half, but Bradford's
offense could not generate any
momentum despite Hampton's
7-yard run to start the team's
first second-half series. McNeal
was held to 1-yard gains on the
next two plays, forcing Bradford
to punt on fourth-and-I from its
own 30.
The Raiders' ground game
took over in the second half as


backs averaged 7.yards a carry.
South Sumter had runs of 12, 14
and 16 yards on its third scoring
drive, which was capped by
Neal's 7-yard run at the 7:08
mark of the third quarter.
South Sumter quickly added
to its 21-point lead when Bo
Farmer intercepted a Luke pass
on Bradford's first play from
scrimmage following the ensuing
kickoff. The 21-yard return for a
touchdown and subsequent PAT
put the Raiders up 28-0.
The Raiders added two more
scores on drives of 79 and 94
yards. Short touchdown runs
capped both drives.


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Bradford's Cody Hill blocked
the PAT after the last score.
Reynolds was disappointed
with the loss, of course, but said
it would not define the rest of the
season.
"We're not throwing in the
towel," Reynolds said. "(South
Sumter)'s a great ball club, but I
think we've got a great ball club,
too. I've got to do a better job of
getting the kids prepared to play
hard for four quarters. That's
what it comes down to."
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- consecutive points together after
:that.
Union led for most of the
fourth set, but it was close
:.:throughout. A kill by Harden,
:who finished with a team-high
:12, forced side-out, giving serve
-to Kayla Andrews with a 21-18
.-lead. An ace-by Andrews and a
:kill by Rimes helped the Tigers
.go up 24-18. A kill by Harden,
:-off of a Rimes assist, closed out
'the match.
Harden also had six digs
::and three blocks in the match,
.while Akridge had nine kills
.-and -13 service points, five of
,:which were aces. Nettles and
t.Tristyn Southerland had 12 and
.nine assists, respectively, while
.Andrews added seven kills and
six digs.

Tigers split 2 prior to
Newberry match
Union hosted district opponent
Baldwin on Oct. 2, defeating the
Indians 3-0 (25-12, 25-9, 25-


Kayla Nettles
(pictured
serving for the
Tigers) led the
team in service
points with 14
and assists
with 12 to help
the Tigers earn
a 3-1 victory
over District
7-1A opponent
Newberry.





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AkridgeAndrews and Harden
had five kills each, while Rimes
had 15 service points, 11 of
which were aces. Nettles and
Southerland each had 12 service
points and finished with seven
and five assists, respectively.
Baneesha Jackson had five digs.


Union traveled to Gainesvill,
on Oct. 4 to face Oak Hall., losing
3-0 (25-20,25-19,25-12).
Akridge had four kills, while
Andrews and Harden had five
digs each. Harden had two
blocks, while Nettles had six
service points.


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' CltIME


-Recent arrests

in Bradford,

Clay or Union

The following individuals
were arrested recently by lo-
cal law enforcement officers in
Bradford, Union or Clay (Key-
stone Heights area) counties:
William Nelson Arsenault, 25,
of Gibsonton was arrested Oct. 3
by Waldo police for driving with
a suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Oct. 3.
Rickie Louis Bingham, 58,
of-Orlando was arrested Oct. 8
by Starke police for trespassing.
Bond was set at $500 and he re-
mained in in jail at press time.
Jency Box, 33, of Starke was
arrested Oct. 5 by Clay deputies
for a probation violation.
Alan M. Bryan, 22, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 2 by Bradford
deputies for selling marijuana,'
possession of marijuana and
possession of drug equipment.
Sharon Yvonne Bryan, 50, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Bradford deputies for possession
of marijuana and selling mari-
juana. Bond was set at $100,000
and she remained in jail at press
time.
Brian Christopher Busterna,
22, of Starke was arrested Oct. 3
by Starke police for a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Nathaniel Carter, 53, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 6 by Bradford
deputies for three counts of ag-
gravated assault. Bopd was set at
$30,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
SMichael Edward Chaffin, 34,
of Keystone Heights was arrest-
bd Oct. 6 by Bradford deputies
for disturbing the peace. He was
released Oct. 7.
Gildardo Chavez, 44, of Haw-
thorne was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford deputies for driving
with a suspended, revoked or-
expired license. Bond was set at
$500 and he was released Oct.
5. -
Antonio Alexander Cobb,
39, of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 2 by Starke police for driv-
ing with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
$1,000 and he was released Oct.
5.
SAlonzo Martez Cooper, 28, of
Louisville, Miss. was arrested
,Oct. 4 by Lawtey police for driv-
'ing with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set at
:$500 and he was released Oct.
4.
Charles Curtis Crawford, 34,


of Keystone Heights was arrested
Oct. 2 by Starke police for driv-
ing with a suspended, revoked or
expired license."Bond was set at
$12,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.
John Paul Crawford, 63, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 2
by Bradford deputies for DUI.
Bond was set at $5,000 and he
was released Oct. 2.
Lisa M. Drinkwater, 41, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke police for possession of
drug equipment and for driving
with a suspended, revoked or
expired license. Bond was set
at $3,000 and she was released
Oct. 4.
Matthew Thomas Franks, 30,
of Lawtey was arrested Oct. 5
by Bradford deputies for cruelty
toward a child. Bond was set at
$10,000 and he was released Oct
6.
SLisa Machelle Hagins, 40, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. She remained in jail at
press time.
Jasper Hardy, 47, of Gaines-
ville was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license and for a parole viola-
tion. He'remained in jail at press
time.
Johnathan Lamar Henderson,
30, of Lawtey was arrested Oct.
6 by Bradford deputies for fail-
ure td appear and possession
of marijuana. Bond was set at
$53,000 and he remained in jail
at press time.


George Holiday, 49, of Cler-
mont was arrested Oct. 2 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bpnd was set at $500
and he was released Oct. 2.
Donte Devray Howard, 19,
of Starke was arrested Oct. ,3
by Starke police for.a probation
violation. He remained in jail at
press time.
Christopher Johnson, 23, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 2 by
Clay deputies for grand theft.
Lawanda Michelle Jones, 34,
of Jacksonville was arrested
Oct. 6 by Starke police for bat-
tery. Bond was set at $2,000 and
she was released Oct. 7.
Robert B. Kerce, 27, of Lake
Butler was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford deputies for vehicle
theft and for driving with a sus-
pended, revoked or expired li-
cense. Bond was set at $10,500
and he was released Oct. 5.
James Rodney Lucas, 31, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 3 by
Starke police for two probation
violations. He remained in jail at
press time.
Sarah Francis Massey, 24, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 4 by
Starke police for a probation
violation. She remained in jail
at press time.
Lomalinda Breanna Morrison,
23, of Stafke was arrested Oct. 4
by Bradford deputies for a pro-
bation violation. Bond was set
at $1,000 and she was released
Oct. 6.
Kenneth Dequan Pace, 38, of
Melrose was arrested Oct. 2 by
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at $1,000 and he was released
Oct. 2.
Jeremy Dylan Payne, 26, of
Brooker was arrested Oct. 5 by
Bradford deputies for posses-
sion of marijuana. He was re-
leased Oct. 6.
Jeremy J. Ferry, 23,of Brooker
was arrested Oct.. 5 by Bradford
deputies for possession of mari-
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and he was released Oct. 9.
George Calvin Pinkleton, 56,
of Lake Butler was arrested Oct.
5 by Bradford deputies for pos-
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leased Oct. 6.
Nathan K. Richardson, 47,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford deputies for resist-
ing an officer and disturbing the
peace. He was released Oct. 7.
Anterria O. Robinson, 20, of
Gainesville was arrested Oct. 6
by Bradford deputies for tres-
passing. She was released Oct.
6.
Jeffery Gerald Sellers, 32, of
Lawtey was arrested Oct. 5 by
Starke police for larceny. Bond
was set at $5,000 and he was re-
leased Oct. 6.
Natasha Sharifar Smith, 27,
of Starke was arrested Oct. 6
by Starke police for battery and
criminal mischief with property
damage. She was released Oct.
6.
Chad Martin Stephens, 32,


of Lulu waS arrested Oct. 6 by
Starke police for driving with a
suspended, revoked or expired
license. Bond was set at $500
and he was released Oct. 6.
John Todd, 36, of Keystone
Heights was arrested Oct. 4 by
Clay deputies for battery.
Andy L. Williams, 49, of
Starke was arrested Oct. 3 by


Starke police for battery. Bond
was set at $1,000 and fie re-"
mained in jail at press time.
John T. Wilson, 29, of Starke
was arrested Oct. 6 by Bradford
deputies for resisting an officer
and assault. Bond was set at
$4,000 and he remained injail at
press time.


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42
Motor Vehicles
& Accessories
TRUCK FOR SALE, 2000
Ford F-350 box truck.
Overdrive, A/C, lift gate,
excellent condition.
Ready to go, asking
$9,099 OBO. For more
information please call
Jim at 732-503-4098 or
732-801-4f38 after 5pm.
43
RV's and
Campers
WANTED RV'S pull type
5th wheel, motorhomes.
SWe pay cash 912-222-
2328
47
Commercial
Property (Rent,
Lease, Sale)
DOWNTOWN STARKE Pro-
fessional Offices for rent,
$315 per month. Confer-
ence roomlkitchen, utili-
ties and more provided.
904-364-8395.


RETAIL SPACE in busy
strip center. 1,000 sq.ft.
and 2,000 sq. ft. units.
South HWY 301 front-
age, across from the KOA
Campground. Call 352-
235-1675.
FOR RENT, Behind Pow-
ell's Tastee Freez; ware-
house/office 3,200 sq.
ft.- $850/mo.Office space
2,700 sq. ft.- $1800/
mo.lndustral Park office/
warehouse 3,000 sq. ft.
$950/mo.Warehouse/of-
fice 3,000 sq.ft.-$800/
mo.Edwards Road office
space 900 sq. ft. -$600/
mo. Smith & Smith Realty,
904-964-9222.


DOUGLASS


COMMERCIAL UNIT, 350
S. Lawrence Blvd. Key-
Stone. 650 Sq. Ft. 863-
956-6371.
48
Homes for Sale
HOME, newly renovated
cozy 3BR/2BA on 18th
fairway of Keystone Golf
& Country Club. Includes
2 fenced lots, large
screen porch, 12x20
shed. Must see 4317
SE. 2nd ave. Call Bill
352-256-3809.
MUST SELL, REDUCED,
to $130,000/negotiable.
Will not last at this price,


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No job too small..give me a call!
Quality Lawn Care at a Great Price!

SJohnathan Douglass
904-964-4407


hurry don't miss out. His-
torical Walnut Street. To
rent or own. 2900 sq. ft.
4BR/2BA, big back yard.
Call 904-887-8451
49
Mobile Homes
For Sale
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA 2/3 acre Ex-
cellent condition. A/C,
well. Rent to,own. Call


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Bill 352-745-0094 or 386-
462-2870. Must See
100% FINANCING on new
4BR/2BA Modular Home
on 1 acre. $725/mo. Flex-
ible financing 904-589-
9585.
MANUFACTURED' Home,
HUD, foreclosures.Re-
modeled with new appli-
nces, carpet, paint. Low
down payment and pay-
ments starting at $575/
mo. 904-589-9585.

Southern Villas of
Starke Apts.
$199
Move-in S ecial
1 & 2 BR HC & non-HC
apartments. Central ac/
heat, on-site laundry,
Playground, private and
quiet atmosphere. Located
on SR-16, 1001 Southern
Villas Dr., Starke, FL or call
904-964-7295. TDD/TTY
711. "This institution is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."


Set Right Mobile Homes
Specializing In Relocations, Re-Levels, Set-Ups & Disposal
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3861) 496-2261


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EVERYTHING INCLUD-
ED, New modular home.
Completely furnished with
washer & dryer. Call to
qualify for our zero down
program. 904-589-9585.
HANDYMAN SPECIAL.
14x60 2BR/1BA, super
clean. Starting at $6,995.
Call Bruce at 13th street
Homes, 386-418-0424.
WANTED, CASH PAID, for
your mobile home. Flood
homes welcome. Call
Bruce at 386-418-0435
LAND & HOME bank re-
po's. Several to choose
from, singles and dou-
*ble-wides's. Let's deal,
13th Street Home Sales,
Alachua, Fl. Call 386-
418-0424.
NEW 2013 14 single wide
home. Del. & set up, only
$18,995. 13th Street
Home Sales, Alachua, FI.
Call 386-418-0438.
THIS MONTH SPECIAL.
New 2013 3BR/2BA. fac-
tory discount of $8,000
only $32,500. Only 3
homes left at this low
price. 13th Street Home
of, Alachua, Fl. Call 386-
418-0424.

MODEL Clearance sale.
save up to $10,000 on all
stock homes. Free fur-
niture with all stock dou-
blewide models. 13th
Street Home of, Alachua,
FI. Call 386-418-0435.
CREDIT PROBLEMS, 575
beacon or better, 10%
cash down your approved.
New 4BR/2BA or new
3BR/2BA. Own your own
home. Call for details 13th
Street Home, Alachua, Fl.
Call 386-418-0424.
NEW 3BR/2BA 1130 sq. ft.
home. 10% cash down
payment, only $318/mo.
wac. Call 386-418-0424
13th Street Home Ala-
chua, Fl.
BAD CREDIT, rent to own.
13th Street Homes of
Alachua, Fl. no' has land/
home packages, ready to
move in now. Call 386-
418-0424

2011 NEVER TITLED. 3BR/
2BA. 28X60 double wide.
Del. and set up, A/C in-
cluded. Only $54,500. Can
13th Street Home Sales.
Call 386-418-0435.
BIG VALUE New 2013 2/2
DW set up, delivery, A/C,
skirting, steps, vapor bar-
rier, water, sewer hook up.
$29,900. 904-291-3100.
2 LAND AND HOME pack-
ages, both in Middleburg.
(1) 2006 28x48 3BR/2BA
on 1.3 acres. (2) 2007
.28x66 3BR/2BA. on 1
acre. Both $59,900 with
land and home. 904-214-
"3711.
YOUR LAND is your down
payment come get your
home tpday_3.5% Jixed
rate for 30, years '904-
291-2735.


CLEARANCE sale all 2012
Lot Models reduced. Buy
a lot model and get a trip
for 2 to the Bahamas 4
days 3 nights 904-214-
3711.
14x70 MH has to be moved
2BR/2BA all new appli-
ances including CH/A
$7000 Call 904-796-
0887 for more info.

50
For Rent
2BR/2BA MH, off Morgan
Road. $500/mo. last and
deposit. Call 352-745-
6603.
NICE, CLEAN 3/2 MOBILE
HOME, $600/mth, first
and last months rent, 904-
964-3595.
MOBILE HOME for rent. In
good condition For more
information call, 904-964-
5006 or 904-422-8959
STARKE 3BR/1BA. house
on 1/4 acre near hospital.
Newly remodeled, eat
in kitchen, dishwasher,
fridge, new stove, sepa-
rate utility room, W/D hook
up. service animals only,
no smoking. Available
around Oct. 15, $675/
mo. $675 security. Call
904-662-3735 or 904-
964-5295 please leave
message if ro answer.

WE HAVE 2 OR 3 bedroom
MH,clean,l lose to person.
Call 352-468-1323.
NICE MOBILE HOMES/for
rent Lake Butler. Starke/
Home for rent ,deposit
required. Call 678-438-
6828.
MOBILE HOMES FOR
RENT starting at $525
per month. Hidden Oaks,
Lake Butler. Call 386-
496-8111.
PERMANENT ROOMS
for rent at the Magnolia
Hotel. Both refrigerator
and microwave. Special
rates, by the month. Call
904-964-4303 for more
information.


Waldo Villas

Move-In

Special

2 Bedroom

Townhome-
$100 security
1/2 OFF 1st &
2nd month's rent
Equal housing opportunity.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider &
employer.
Cal Nita at
352-468-1971
TDD 800-95S-9771
4_____ B ______ _


VERY NICE FURNISHED
APT on lake. For informa-
tion call 352-473-7769
Senior citizen discount.
KEYSTONE, CLEAN 2BR/
1BA SWMH/ with addi-
tion. 1 acre fenced, paved
road. $525/mo first, last.
sec. 352-475-3094 or
352-235-1143
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS
CUTE ONE BR Mobile
home on private land. Fur-
nished, incl TV $275/mo.
352-473-5745.


STARKE, LOVELY APT,
2BR/1BA CH/A, all ap-
plainces. Lease, $500
per month. Call Dixon
Rentals at 352-588-0013.
for application.
KEYSTONE 3BR/2BA. SW.
on 4 acres. CH/A, all ap-
pliances, new carpet.
$650/mo $650 deposit
negotiable terms. Service
animals only. Call 352-
473-0464.
3BR/1 BA COTTAGE off Wal-
nut St. on Washington,new
appliances. $575/mo. plus
deposit. Call 904-533-
2210 or 904-613-6871.

LAKE SANTA FE 2BR/1.5BA
furnished Mobile Home.
Covered parking, washer/
dryer and cable. $800/mo.
plus security deposit. Call
352-745-1307.
3BR/2BA near Keystone.
Now accepting applica-
tions. $800/mo. plus de-
posit. Call 904-964-5734
for more information.
KEYSTONE NICE, 14
FT.SWMH. on 1 acre
very private. 2BR/1BA
garden tub and, covered
front deck, total electric
on paved road. No yard
maintenance, garbage


pickup included. $525/
mo plus deposit. Call
352-327-0253.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS,
3BR/2BA. DW close to
town, walk to school.
$600/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-475-6260. .
RENT TO OWN RV. Re-.
tired downsizing Idealfor
single person or couple.
$500 dowvn, $600/mo.
all utilities included Call
Larry 912-222-2328 or
Jim 352-895-3709.
3BR/2BA Doublewide, CH/
A. $550/mo. Call 904-
964-6445
3BR/1BA HOUSE IN RAI-
FORD. Handicap acces-
sible. $600/mo., 1st, last,
$625 security deposit.
Service animals only Call
904-964-4309.
2BR/1BA Brooklyn Lake,
CH/A. W/D on premiss,
large decks out back, tile
through out, 186 Cargo
Way. $650/mo. plus utili-
ties. 352-216-8027.

DOUBLE WIDE 3BR/2BA.
Extra clean, fenced yard,
front and rear porch, ser-
vice animals only. $575/
mo. plus deposit, south
of Starke. Call 352-468-
2674.
4BR/2BA DWMH off CR.
221. CH/A. Dishwasher,
big yard, service ani-
mals only. $675/mo. plus
"deposit. Call 352-468-
3221.
2BR/2BA SWMH on Griffis
loop. Quite area. CH/
A., service animals only.
$450/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-468-3221.
KEYSTONE WHITE SANDS
LAKE, 3BR/2BA. approx.
2,00 sq. ft. $850/mo. call
904-708-6591
$250, MOVE IN SPECIAL,
WITH APPROVED AP-
PLICATION. 2BR/1BA.


DUPLEX CH/A. $450/
MO. 224 S. THOMPSON
ST. NEAR DOWNTOWN.
TEXT OR CALL MR.
CORBIN AT 904-562-
0099.
5 YEAR OLD 3BR/2BA.
house. Island kitchen,
granite counters, tile
floors, gas fireplace,
Jacuzzi tub. 2 car ga-
rage east of Keystone,
with lake access to Lake
Hutchinson, Keystone
school district. $1050/mo.
$1,050/dep. Call Dave
@352-473-3560.
STARKE 3BR/2BA DW MH,
CH/A outside city limits.
$650/mo. plus deposit.
Call 352-235-6319.
STARKE,2BR/1BA SW
MH, outside city limits,
CH/A$425/mo. plus $400
deposit. Call 352-235-
6319.

2BR/1BA. 14 wide mobile
home, with air Washer/
dryer, fenced yard, shed.
$650/mo. Call 904-769-
6388.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS rent-
al's from $400 and up.
all 2BR/2BA, clean CH/
A, some are lake front.
Call for more information.
352-226-6226 or 352-
450-8518.
2BR/1BA MOBILE HOME
in Hampton Lake area.
Water and garbage in-
cluded. $450/mo.. Call
352-468-3510

52
Animals and
Pets
BOSTON TERRIER pup-
pies for sale. $300 firm,
please call Brandi for
more information call 352-
468-3278.


Convenient to shopping, restaurant boat ramps, Keystone Heighls public
beach, schools, banks & medical families
All units have additional outside storage Full carpeng and vinyl flooring
Central air conditioning and healing Custom cabinets
SAmple parking One story only no stairs to climb
Lovely landscaping Patios & Porcees for outdoor living
lonvenienl laundry facilities

418 S.E. 41st Loop in Keystone Club Estates
& (Next to the Golf Course)
Handicapped Come in and see us or call us at 352 473-3682 LJ
EquippedL HOUSI
Equipped TDD dial 711 OPPORTUNIy
This institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer. j


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Only 549 mth
For the 2 Bedroom/2 Bath

Only 629 mth
For the 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

OnlyS729 mth
For the 4 Bedroom/2 Bath
Call for current
MOVE-IN SPECIALS!


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For Sale
LEATHER LIVING
ROOM SET. In
original plastic, never
used. Orig price
$3000, Sacrifice $975.
Can deliver. Call Bill
(813)298-0221
CHERRY
BEDROOM SET.
Solid Wood, never
used, brand new in
factory boxes. Original
cost $4500. Sell for
$795. Can deliver. Call
Tom (407)574-3067
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53A
Yard Sales
SAT. 8am.-? 5824 NW 200th
St. Starke toward prison.
Lots of different items,
adult and children cloth-
ing, household items,
shoes, much more.
ESTATE SALE Sat. 8 am
-? 1619 Raiford Road,
Starka. Medical equip.
furniture, kitchen equip.,
antiques, decorative
items.
FRI.8 am till ? & SAT. 8am-
2pm SR.100 W. turn left
on 100A (Edwards Rd)
follow signs. Furniture,
household items, clothing,
tools
HAMPTON, FRI. SAT. 8AM.-
?CR.18 E. next-to Mace-
donia Church. Adult and
children clothing 50 cents,
$1, $2, and $3 for suits, $5
winter coats. Follow signs
for directions.
MULTI-FAMILY. Sat. 8am.-?
1007 Powell St. next too
hospital. Sectional couch,
end tables, baby new-
.born-12 months, (girl). 3
bouncy seats, car seat,
high chair, senior women
and men. clothes. Lots
of stuff.
LARGE 2 FAMILY yard sale.
Sat. Only. 8am.-? 604
Melton Terr. (Off S. Or-
ange St.) Scrubs and new
nursing shoes, household
and misc. items. Plus
much more.
HUGE YARD sale and
Gift Shop Inventory Re-
duction. Planning for
2 3 week sale. Look
for details next week.
Lots of very nice items
many NIB. Come do
your Holiday Shopping
and save $


53B
Keystone Yard
Sales
THURS. Fri & Sat 8am-? In
Keystone off Commerical
Circle, Patty St. House-
hold, Clothes etc.
HUGE GARAGE sale,
Thur, Fri, Sat, Sun 9am-
5pm5795 SR 21, 2 miles
North of Goldhead State
Park.Appliances, furni-
ture, household items,
clothes, electronic, out-
door equipment, much
more. Look for signs

53C
Lake Butler
Yard Sales
MULTIPLE yard sales at 1
place Thurs., Fri., 8 am
4:30pm SR 121N in
Raiford Look for signs/'

55
Wanted
CASH FOR JUNK cars $300
& up. Free pick up, run-
ning or not. Call 352-
771-6191.

57
For Sale
TWIN BED, headboard,
footboard,Jamison mat-
tress and boxspring. Great
Condition! $189, call352-
468-2860.
JAZZY PRIDE # 614 pow-
er cfitir, new wheels,
new batteries, new hand
controls. Good condi-
tion, $2995. Call 352468-
2877, Alsohavea Harma
Power lift for $899. 352-
468-2877.


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Miscellaneous
AIRLINES ARE
HIRING Train for
hands on Aviation
Maintenance Career.
FAA approved
program. Financial aid
if qualified Housing
available CALL
Aviation Institute of
Maintenance (866)314-
3769


NURSING
CAREERS BEGIN
HERE -GET
TRAINED IN
MONTHS, NOT
YEARS. FINANCIAL
AID IF QUALIFIED.
HO U S ING
AVAILABLE. JOB
PLACEMENT
ASSISTANCE. CALL
CE NTU R A
INSTITUTE (877)
206-6559
AIR LINE
CAREERS Become
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Maintenance Tcch.
FAA approved
program. Financial aid
f qualified Housing
available. Job
p I a c e m e n t
assistance.CALL
Aviation Institute of
Maintenance
(866)314-3769


TWO portable metal closets
$50 each (one still in box),
(2)portable closets(Wal-
Mart) $25 each. Call Joan
904-964-6305.8am-5pm,
Mon.-Fri.
JET 2 POWER chair, ex-
cellent condition, new
batteries,Less than 20
hours on chair, up to 25
miles on single charge.
Must see!!! paid $4,000.
Must sell $850. Local in
Starke, call (904)769-
3608 or (813)431-6084.
2 DIRT BIKES, 1 small $100,
1 large $275, both need
work on motor, will not
run. Also goat's male and
Female, $30-$60. Call
904-964-4283 leave mes-
sage.
HUSTLER x 1 48 inch cut
93 hours 1 1/2 yr war-
ranty left Mint condition
352-468-2760 or 352-
235-7288 $6,750.00
59
Personal
Services

CLARK FOUNDATION RE-
PAIRS, INC. Correction
of termite & water-dam-
aged wood & sills. Level-
ing & raising Houses/
Bldgs. Pier Replacement
& alignment. We do all
types of tractor work,
excavation and small
demolition jobs. Free Es-
timates: Danny (Buddy)
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commercial in Union and
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Cindy 386-496-1931 or
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SECRETARY for property
preservationist needed,
computer knowledge a
must. Send resume to
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today 904-964-7500.
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149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
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E-Mail: humanr(,fqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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Employment


FLORIDA
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COORDINATOR LAW
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provides instruction and curriculum
maintenance for all basic and
advanced law enforcement and
correctional training programs offered
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Represents the college and law
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experience in law enforcement or
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in word processing, spreadsheets,
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Qualifications: Certified FDLE
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correctional position. Familiar with the
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Salary: $37,500 annually, plus
benefits
Application Deadline: 10/25/12
College employment application
required. Position details and
applications available on web at:
www.fqc.edu
Human Resources
Florida Gateway College
149 S.E. College Place
Lake City, FL 32025-2007
Phone (386) 754-4314
Fax (386) 754-48.14.
E-Mail: humanr@fqc.edu
FGC is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of
the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools,
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